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Dv1L SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 J IVOL 1 XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 22 1902 9 A M NO Hi I Clarence Colomans trlbutlon Crisp Con I SOMERSET KY April 2tI will i onto moro burden tho IJ wltb a few lines from this point Would write of toner but dont hero time Your paper is prcatly ID need of a good corropon I dtiat at this place as a large bundle of iNTKiuon JOUHNAU3 como hero be 8ldei to other points In the county Circuit court Is still In iciiloo this being the tilth week The bank case U bolojr orated on at present but when It 1will ond am unable to say Somerset hoe more lawyers than one would pos sibly suppoie there wore clients bow J over they all seem to have Rood prno tlco and as a consequence a Rood llv fug i Tho burning of the Somerset Illgb I School was a blow to every man wo man and child In town but should In tho end prove a blessing In disguise or In other words react as an eye open or Had Somerset had the lire depart mont that the town should have the building could have been saved with a tllebt4F As It was tbo Are could have boon extinguished but for the In sufficient water supply In the reiervolr The good people of Somerset and Pu laskl county are rejoicing over tbo oil strike In Lincoln With oil on nil sides they are naturally Jubilant over tbo prospects at homo Quito a number of wells are going down at present Theta are something like a score of oil com panic domiciled In Somerset It Is true not halt of them aro jot operating but it they ever do start up old Pulaskl will I resemble a dllapllted sieve more so i than It now does a triangular wedges Tbo farmers are busily engaged a- I present in crop making some corn 7 being planted as early as last week Ai a general thing farming In tbl county Is not very enticing as the Ian for the greater part Is very poor bow over tbo country people as a rule an good livers though as farmers the have never received much encourage tent The Cumberland river bottoms are of course an exception as a more fertile soil doesnt exist There Is a great deal of business don at Somerset The mercbante do a large business tbo mills and manufactures work their full force day In and da out Tho statement of the banks show a good business but tbo future grea ness of Somerset depends on the result of oil development Somerset Is at present connected with the Wayne oil fields by a pipe line nod has a tan kag of 160000 barrel capacity There Is talk ot a refinery at this place Should oil be found In this county ID considerable quantities a refinery Is assured and so Somerset will be counting her POP- ulation In tho flfth figure In less than two year so turn as a refinery Is beat ed bore The writer spent Monday and Tuesday lo Burosldo and Dronston In the Interest of tbo Somerset Journal and while there took some good orders for job work also some advertising a few subscriptions and something less than a column of descriptive matters Tba Journal like the cheapest and best II J always understood Is one ot the best paper published In the otato th neatest typographically and wlthou- doubt QUO of tbo most conservative 1i0a litically yet uncompromisingly demo critic The job work turned out by thU olllce Is a gem of art and Is iu own advertlioment The paper has boon commented on from all sides both far and wldo on its pretty ads ItMr Jno Sewcll foreman and job printer alto a friend and patron of tbo I J is a man1 of 30 years experience and has made printing an art The job presses kept running week In and week ou Brer Campbell would bavo been able to have retired long ago but for tho fact that be does the work so cheaply ana the margin of profit so small that scarcely more than an independent liv tag le tho result One would bo surprised to tee tho Journal list of Eastern paper some 600 or moro copies circulating In tho North East and New England State Tbcso men tako the Journal principal t IV for the oil caws It being recognized as tbo oil organ of the KentuckyTea nceaco oil fields Deputy U 8 Marshal Jas A Col man arrested Rev Frank Scott Tue day at Naomi this county for dealing in moon shine liquor Scott Is a minister of tbo Northern M E chute v also a detective being In the employ of the American Detective Association When arrested bo was wearing hid badge and bad a double barrel shot gun across his shoulder lie now languish b9 behind the bars of the Pulaskl county jail He does not seem to take his confinement to heat very much but eoctna to find comfort that Christ Paul 1 and other patriarchs of old were perse cutcd Mr Coleman Is one of tho best men In this arm of tbo service Tlil weeks isoue of tbo Journal will bo an unusually largo edition and will have a two column write up concerning the Sears Ginseng Nursery of near this city Mr Sear has the largest j 1 A glntung nursery In the South and has received hundreds of loiters from all part of the union during tbo past two years from Inquirers Eight hundred marked copies of this weeks Issue willI bo mailed to persons who bavo written to Mr Sears for Information The are ticle treats of ginseng from the prone gallop of Its roots on through tbo va rious stages of outface but as I have already taken up too muoh apace will ring oft for tbo present More anon CLAUKNCE COLEMAN MT RNON Whitehead saw Bcd planing mule le doing a big business To those Interested wo would state that Ml Vernon longitude is 81 do grace 20 minute latitude 37 degrees 21 minutesJones Flab the new merchant is causing the old dealers to get about two extra curves In their spine on price for eggs and other produces queltlonplo and many scraps bavo been narrowly averted between parties In ergo ments pro and coo A banjo pickers contest is tbo latest on docket here and will be pulled off at apartforfiddlers contest at courthomo here D L Carter manager for tbo Ken tucky Freestone Company ut Langford was In Cincinnati Sunday Dr Ewers who ha been sInk for past two month Is able to resume his duties at college Long branch teems to be a favorite name In nearly ovary county In our seamtlo namo m two to three streams within their designatione od1 orders and are doing an Immense burl hundredygot oars enough to ship their product Jack Dakar and William Mason who wore charged with disturbing the peace at Orlando last Sunday were tried hero before Judge Lewis Saturday and fined 82i each Andy Mason disturbancep retYour correspondent whose addrcsM potortlco box No H Mt Vernon ha + leveralyoartlorcounty map of Kentucky counties and Is ready to negotiate with parties who mafp+ con treated for Joho Cummins has run the Crab Orchard telephone exchange In a very satisfactory manner since bo took charge alt months alnoo His appoint moot to a position In the revenue ser vice required another manager The exchange xne moved Monday to tho residence of Mr Kate King to mil liner whore It will be run by her and laD Sammie who baa made a good rcc ord as assistant to Mr Cummins Dr George B Lawrence left Sunday Inten r month Lytlo Adams was hero from Grays Sunday Knubeu Mulling wont to Knoxvllle Sunday nlghl where ho gels a new lino of samples F H Hardy the lime map bee mado some improvement at life extensive work + at White Hock Dr M L Myers aod family bavo returned from a three weeks visit to relatives In Gallatln county Bert Wbiiehoad who spent belletw o o climate mado a trip to Oklahoma a ibort time since and took sick Ho Is badoverytblclposes that will bo the next thing that will attack him fie speaks Spanish right along and thinks South America to no bueno for American Fritz Krueger liar landed In Plkevlllo whore ho will bo for tbo next live or six echdcol 5 health la eomo better Jailer Parsons I + doing good work Judge Lewis and holdn mate BETTER THAN PILLS Tho question has been asked In what way are Ohamberlalnfl Stomach and Llv er Tablets superior to pills P Our answer IK They are easier and moro pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable M they can always be depended upon Then they ceanso and Invigorate the stomach and leave the bow ale in a natural condition while pills aro more hatch In effect and their use is often followed by constipation For sale Craig Jr Rocker druggists partyITry Chamberlains Stomach sod Liver byCrali NEWS NOTES Confederate veterans aro arriving at Dallas In largo number Frank U Stockton the novelist died suddenly In Washington Abraham May was shot and killed by TennI the war July 1 W C Whitney has 39 twoyearolds notI e Two young men wore killed and robbed while returning from a danco at PaIMurray Butler was In as of Columbia Uni terrify New YorkI On account of the high prices of meat large quantities of horseflesh are I being consumed In Germany John G Btrohmeler a Louisville dairyman drank a dose ot carbolic acid by mistake for mediclno and died Abe Slupsky a wellknown St Louis politician shot and fatally wounded Charles Plnokard a saloon kronor n M Bos worth of Lexington sold to F B Ellis of Pblladelphlatbe four yearold bay gelding Arlent trial 225 for 12000 John Klnnalrd of Louisville was convicted of forgery at Pawling Green andWM sentenced to two years Im prisonment Rev Morton Soott aged 78 Is In jail at Lexington In default of a bond to an ewer to the circuit court on the charge of forging his wifes will Albert Flenh attacked his wife with a knife at Cleveland 0 and after stab bing her many times committed sul oldo by cutting his throat from ear to ear Reid Pearsallof Louisville was fired on by an unknown man at Mt Ster ling Three shots went through his hat end one wet etoppod by his pocket book An Eastern syndicate has a project on foot to build an electric railway from Clarksville Teon through Hop klnsvlllo to the coal mines in Chris llaa county John D Rockefeller America rich est man and one of tho four richest men In the world has lost blshalr his eyebrows and mustache In an attack of alopecia a nervous disorder In the trIal of Berry Howard Fred Gordon of the Frankfort fire depart moat testified that Howard procured 300 cartridges from him on the night prior to the assassination of Goebel Col Charles Marshall who was mill tary secretary to Gen Robert E Lee during tbo civil war Is dead at Baltt moro Ho Is said to have drafted the term of the surrender at Appomattox Mrs William McCarty aged 20 was shot aod killed In Lexington by her husband who fled but was captured Ho bad beaten hU wife repeatedly and the bad sworn out a warrant against him Three Ore In Dallas Texas early Sunday morning caused a loss of 1350 000 Fire Chief Mageo was prostrated and two firemen were fatally injured Tho pollee and firemen say the blazes wore duo to Incendiaries Tom Popper Is suing his brother Col James E Pepper of Lexington for 130000 damages because Col Jim gave him a position thus causing him to abandon a plan to erect a distillery in opposition to Mr Pepper J P Morgan has practically closed a deal to combine all the loading crape Atlantic steamship linen A working agreement It le soldw111 bo made with the Gorman companies Amen can Interests will dominate tho com bine and the capitalization will be In excess of 1160000000 The domination of tho Loulsvlllo fc Nashville by bankers who control ibo Southern Is regarded In Now York as portending a change in the rate situa tlon In the South Tho Ohio river as tbo Moo of railroad division will It I e thought be wiped out and a now rail road territory will bo created Including the section south and cast from tbo Lake elite and the Mississippi river to points on the gulf and the Southeast Atlantic coast COULD FILL THE PAPER WIT TIIEW This paper might bo filled with Items like the following and everyone bo the absolute truth I had rheumatism for yours and tried almost everything bulge no permanent relief until I used Cham berlains Tain Balm three bottles which have cured me It is the best med iclno I ever used Philip E Ithoads PentI villa Mo Pain Balm Islo sale by Craig do Ilocker New druggistsI boarding house comebyNow Boarder I would suggest madam that you let the wolf in let htm partake of ono of your dinners and 1 dont think hell ever trouble you again I quickly I LANCASTER AIC Walker has sold his lambs to James Slavic of Texas Rev John Druce late of Danville hoe taken rooms at Dr Sandllnt reel dente A donation party was given the new Presbyterian preacher and his wife on Saturday afternoon Tho lee cream roolal at Herring school house Saturday evening was a success potting 815 Tbo Christian Endeavor Society o this place will organize a branch so clety at New Antioch Sunday The Ladles Aid Society ot the Chris flan church will meet Saturday with Mrs Dr Beazloy A full attendance Is requested A supper will be given Wednesday night at Paint Lick by the ladles of tho Presbyterian church for tho brae tit of the Y M C A Tbo building committee of the Chris flan church has been requested to advertise for bids on work contemplated upon their now building The Prohibition Alliance was Inter rupted at its meeting Thursday night by the tire and election ot Its olllccrs was postponed until Friday night The people of the Manse locality will glvb an entertainment at the school bouse Friday night Tableaux and ran Uailons will bo the chief features A wreck occurred aboyo hero Saturday morning on tbo L fc N and the train was delayed four hours Ono or two cars were overturned but no seri cue damage was done The week of prayer is being obscrv ed at the Methodist church Rev W E Arnold of Stanford will lecture oc Christianity In the Orient with 11 lustrations Tuesday night An election for trustees of tbo Gar rard graded school will bo hold the first Saturday In May Some one will also be chosen to Ui out the vacant caused by J M Hlgglnbotbama death Saturday night a meeting was held at the city council room to organize a fire company Mayor Klnnalrd Issued tbo call and the Imperative need ol such an order was urgently put before tbo people Ray the Artesian well contractor Is expected today and the work will soon be under headway The well will be sunk on Mr Ward lot and the standpipe erected back of Thomas Austin residence A service was held Friday night to offer thanks for tbo Providential es cape of tho Presbyterian church and much of the public property in the Ore of Thursday night About 845 was raised for tbo sufferers that night and It was increased to S76 Sunday night W D Burton sold a bay horse Ic Monte Fox of Danville for 1110 Mrs Emma Perkins bought a cow of J M McRoborts for 823 same bought of J S Dawes a Qoe pacing mare for 8700 Leandor Davidson has sold his hogs to John Ballurd for May delivery at 6c Dr W C Roberta presided at the Installation of Rev Chumbloy Sunday morning and preached an ablo die course on Rom 147 No Man Llvcth Unto Himself It He also propounds the constitutional questions while Dr J W Worrall delivered the charge la the people Dr J L McKee who was to have charged tbe pastor was unable to attend because of feeble health Rev J W McOIung of Paint Lick offered the ordination prayer Dr Worrall preached a fine sermon Sun day night on Immortality which was beard by members from all denom inations Mr T W Rsld died at an early hour Monday alter an Hinges of several months from heart disease He was one of the oldest residents of the town bad neared his 78th year and had been a member and olllccr of tbo Baptist church for about 40 year He bad also lots been an efficient member of the order of Odd Follows He leaves a widow twodaugblers Mrs Woolrldge of Denver and Mils Julia of th1 place and a son Rev Charles Reid o Mlidlesboro Tbo funeral will be held tomorrow aftnrooon at tbe Baptist church and the Interment will take placo In the Lancaster cemetery visitingIDanville has been a recent visitor to our city Mrs Wm McClelland John ston has returned from a visit to vela tives lo Jessamine Mr and Mrs JaB Letcbor of Henderson are guests of Mrs Margaret Dunn Miss Mary Noel tof Danville visited Miss Lily Noel first of tho week W P Dlcfeerson o Cincinnati has been the guest of F P Frlsble Miss Lizzie Hudson line returned from a visit to Miss Alleno Hud son at Danville Mr and Mrs Wm Harris of Carlisle and Samuel Harris of Louisville are the guests of Mr and LotyThomson DaulbmaoIof others of this county went on the Dallas excursion tripIO F oldto B G Fox a horse for 8130 The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid and NonAssessable OrrtcurJ II Baughman Pres A T Nnnnelley VICe Pres W H Wear on Treas II Helm Seep BaughmanJThe Lincoln Oil Oas Mineral Co has about 3000 acres of land leased In Lin Ky The larger portion of this lease Is contiguous to the M 8 Baugb 1man tarma portion In the neighborhood of May ood and Sugar Grove sections and still another portion skirting Loan8 Creek One of tbo surest Indications ot the probable value of undeveloped oil lands is tbe result of efforts at development issuedbylar arising therefrom will be used in developing the companys holdings No officer forbillrendered valuable by reason of the untiring efforts of tbe officers and directors The stock is nonasi cssable and the private property of tbo stockholder is not liable for 4 debts It Is receiveed with all tho rapidity and zeal possible that Is commensurate with safe businessK r a Iiv V v= r FTVI 1t J f ll 1 Particular Clothes c t FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE 4 ti1 1 iJy011 will find That sort of clothes at fr f for Men Boys and mChildren Other furnishings in f WJ1j y 1 I IT PAYS TO TRADE AT rE THE GLOBE1tj Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing jiI-t Your money back It youre not satisfied 11Ir v = =l y mmmnrnr mm m mmmmm immirm mm mmmm r s 11 NOTICE11 f f S The Great Opening Sale of the Clothingr 1 5 Boot Shoe House i 3I t pS= SXTURDAV APRIL 26 int which time wo will hero on display a full and complete lino = Sofuptodate Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoos and Ln =dies and Goats Furnishing Goods at the lowest prices good = r Egoods were over of1 red for in Stanford Wo can save you big Emoner by picing our goods before buying elsewhere Our guarantee Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory pro == vided goods are returned in good condition Wc1mc here to == stay and do business in n legitimate way ROSEiSTEIN A CO 1JIIIilIII111111111111I11111111111111111111111111111111III III111J111111111C HH Modern Drug Dealing Tho elements that enter into perfect drug service are we believe these Competency quality Icourteousness and a fair profit policy We en y to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there is legitimate need of r varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlythe highest yet our prices arc apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store Incorporated I Capital Stock f25000 Shares 10 Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFIOERS Thos Rankin President lJKyFKyJMillsprlngs Ky 11Ky CotOur territory Is situated only a quarter of a mile from tbo Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and In a lino between it and tbe Parnell Wells flye miles to the south Itis on tbe river and pipe line and consists of 3590 acres owned in fee simple hence uo rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid in developing territory For informa 1 lion prospxtusor stock address F M Ranhln Secy r 1i fHEINTRillORJOURNAL Eo C WALTON i W P WALTON I1a Candidate for RaIlroad Commlulonfr for the 2d Dlttrict inbtect to the will of ibs democracy H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne County II a candidate for But Tres urer to teaction of the Democratic prty TnE Memphis Commercial Appeal strikes a popular chord when it laYI that democrats all over the country are expreealng themselves as being In favor of burying tho hatchet abandoolt dead Issues and popullstlo vauarlci aDd In getting together on a sound and ref onable platform As Mr Hill eali there Is no reason why we should wrap pie over unimportant details of tbe present when we can all stand toectbc On the indestructible principles enunc ated by Jefferson Ball of Texas voiced the sentiments of perhaps 05 per cent of the democrats of this countr when he said that whether the cand date came from New York or Maryland or the West be was for him and would give him a royal support Thll sort of talk gives encouragement of democratic success Not In years have the republicans been In such an awkward attitude and their defeat la not only poeelble but easy WE are toad of giving our prohlb tlon friends a word of consolation occa elonally Some statistic just publlst ed regarding Quincy Mas which has not bad a saloon for 20 years may help them point a moral and adorn a tale 10 that time the population has more that doubled the valuation has Increased nearly threefold the deposits In th savings banks nearly fivefold and new houses more than fivefold These things were to be expected In a pros perous city so near Boston but what was not to be expected In the ordinary course of things was that while tbi population increased 120 per cent the amount expended for the poor depart meet should decrease 12 per cent Five cities In Massachusetts with a slmllai population paid much larger sums fur the support of the poor TUB English government in order to enable It to prosecute the Boor warha Imposed a tax on bread which will put some 25000000 In the treasury The United States government permits the beet trust to tax the American people over 1100000000 and gets nothing for it Trusts seem to control our govern meet Instead of our government con trolling them OUR old friend and former corrcs pondent Mr John Pearl now ono of the editors of the London Kentuckian was setting type at a twominute gall when we called at his office Friday Mr Pearl tried to quit the newspaper bull ness and tried merchandising for a number of years but the ink was 01 his fingers to stay and bo returned to his first love some six months ago A PREACHER Is In jail at Somerset for selling whisky and another Is be hind the bars at Lexington for forging his wifes name to her will Seems to us a protracted meeting for tho re conversion of ministers Is in order THE time for Spring cleaning has arrived and the males of many house holds would like to find some comforta ble bole In the ground to crawl In and remain until the season is over POLITICAL J W Williams has been appointed postmaster at Red Ash Wbltley coun ty The Cuban reciprocity bill was pass ed217 to 62 The democrats reunited and the republicans split Commissioner Evans denies that he has been offered the Spanish mission or any other foreign post Secretary Hay has transmitted to the Senate a protest from China1 against the exclusion of Chinese from the PhilippinesThe district democratic committee will meet at Preetonburgonthe2tb to fix the time and manner of nominal fog a candidate for Congress to succeed the Hon J B White And W S Taylor now holds not even a party commlttecmanshlp In old Ken tucky However the scent of the fu gltlvo Btlll haunts the party he left be hind Owensboro Messenger It Is considered highly probable that the sugar trust Senators will kill the Cuban Reciprocity bill slnco the amendment removing the differential on refined sugar was tacked on in the Houso We have observed that very little courtesy is shown to either Senator Ed Parker or Col D O Colsoo by the sub aldlzed press of the llth district and It Is plain that it any papers treat these distinguished gentlemen with due cour tesy it depends upon the democratlo editors to do it Somerset Journal Judge B L D Guffy la quite modest in saying If I am nominated I believe I will win again Nominated he will doubtless be but elected again that Is another question He has not made a race since loft the State Things political have changed in the Second appellate district since then Besides several democrat were asleep when Gully won beforeOwensboro Messen ger ADDITIONAL LOCALS TUG derailment of a car at PaIDt Lick delayed the K O train H houri Saturday Nobody was hurt I ON April 11 1885 W R Goode of the Turnersvlllo section cut his name ou tho shell of a terrapin The otber day ho found the shell and he will keep it aa a treasure CAKLTON L FAULKNER tho Dan vlllo contractors and builders got tbe contract to repair and enlarge J B Stouts residence They are uptodato in their work and their prices are very reasonable STORE ROUUED J J Brooks wbo moved from Crab Orchard to Vane burg and opened a drug store met wltb misfortune early In his sojourn In that little city lBs store was broken Into and tSO stolen TUB Lincoln Oil Gas f Mineral Cos stock Is going like hot cakes orders for 250 shares coming by mall yesterda without solicitation This company II preparing a map of Its leases which this paper will print In a few days FROM all reports the Baugbma ell well Is one of the very best In tbo State said Cashier R M Jackeon t- us at London the other dayitA Penn- Sylvania oil man told me that for grad of oil sands encountered depth etc the Baughman well beaU any In Kentucky he added LONDON Laurels capital and tbe placo chosen bv Fugitive Taylor aa th State Capital la the best town In the fountains Although Birbourvllli aDd Wllllamsburg are larger burgs lOndon does about as much business as Ither of them TWQ houses tbereJ T Williams and D G Edwardsdo a ilg wholesale buslnesc while dozens of stall stores show every sign of pros erlly The business houses Bro sub tantlal and modern in build and tae owns of double Its size can boast of andsomer residences London hat probably the best bank In tho State It- Is tho First National with Hon Vln ent Borelng president R M Jackeon cashier and McCalla Fitzgerald as slant cashier It declares a 0 percent dividend every six months has deposits close to 8200000 with loans of 175000 or more The capital stock ol tbe splendidly managed Institution II 50000 The bank Is Cashier Jacksoni pride and his superb management of II bows that the directors mado no mil take In electing him to the ofllce he- has held since Ita opening As stated afore In these columns there are more curiosities In the shape of guns pistols etc on exhibition In this bank than are found In many museums Three bill hotels do a thriving business ai lOndon and there are two fine schools wltb 300 or 400 students One la the Sue Bennett Memorial College which has ono of the finest school buildings IE the State Oil Is the absorbing theme Juet now and a greater portion of the md In Laurel la under lease Laurel idjolna Knox where so many gushers have been found Two Stanford boy aro now Londonltes by adoption They are James M Saulley and loon W- Ish who are night and day operator ispectlvely Like all people who lo cato there they think London Is THE lace THIS AND THAT Dr Talmage left 1300000 Sliver loll to the lowest rloo ever flown on the London market yesterday ExSheriff Cope of Jackson under idtctment for murder attempted aul IdeJames Rone convicted of murder was married in the Bowling Green- y jail After sleeping 178 consecutive hours Mils Ida Hennesiy aged liwoke up Blld died at Oswego N Y Snow fell in Nevada Wyoming and lafilb yesterday while at Lincoln ebf the mercury stood at 100 At his the reception to have been tendered M SantosDu mODt in St Louis baa been called off A E Batson who killed seven mem bers of the Earl family at Lake Charles La was given the death len tenceNo definite list of victims la yet available but It la conceded that nearly half of the 150 persons on the steamer Clty of Plttaburg perished in the fire whlcb destroyed the vessel Sunday corning on the Ohio near Cairo Ill Sheriff Henry Brougbton of lZave seosatlonal testimony In the trial of Berry Howard at Frankfort frankly lllng that on Caleb Powers request be Brougbton bad furnished the names of three men who would shoot Goebel on Jan 25 the day set for the assaasl natloD He said he was willing to IUP- ply the murderers and expressed him self as in nowise sorry for his part In- tbe conspiracy After having Intro iced 55 witnesses the State closed CHURCH HATTERS favorlDgCardinalfor his successor Tbo colored Methodist church at givingleeatingRev S M Logan of Mrddlesboro preached a flee sermon at the Presby torlan church Sunday morning At the fifth anniversary celebration of the Young Mena Christian Assocla doo of New York tbeso gifts were inounced John D Rockefeller Sloo 000 J P Morgan 1100000 William A DodlZe l75000 and Cleveland H Dodlle 25000 HUSTONVILLE W G Cowan sold to B N Lock ridge a buggy mare for 176 George Alford who bas bad quite a edge with grip la Improving E McCormack sold to W G Cowan for 1425 77 owes and 12 of the bet lambs in the country W S Drye and Joe Jordan bougbt in Liberty Friday eight horses for tho Southern market at 150 to 1125 The show What Next at the opera house last Thursday night was quite a IUCGCSS and was amended by a large crowd Robert Williams who recently pur phased the Reed tract of land Is pre paring to erect a handsome home near the Liberty pike Dlok Phillips and wife of Liberty are guests of Judge Myers and family John B Coffey and Miss Emily Hun returned to Columbia last week Hawkins Bishop who has been at Louisville College of Medicine returned home Friday and Owen Wllllaa ted Charlie Rose aro expected In from the dental college this week A B C Dinwlddio is assisting In the store of W L Evans during tho lllncf of Jesse Routt Mrs Mary Green cot Inuea very Ill but her condition ia in roved L M Reid who has been In ynthlana for some time ia at home on a visitGeorge Crow baa accepted a positio- n88mlner with the Virginia Coal iron and Coke Co at Stonega Va toil left for that place Friday to tbo orrow of a number of West End belle le was accompanied to the depot by tbe fair sex W W Lyons and W S Irye attended the horse sales in Lex agloo last week Mrs A M Frye and Miss Susie Frye left Saturday for McKinney Tex to visit relatives Postmaster Camnlt bas charge of the office at Morelani Inca the death of J H Minks Mlaae Pearl Rose and Ellen Powers have reo turned from a weeks visit In Lout Mlle where the former was under treatment for her eyes and the latter looking up the latest styles In dress taking Mrs J Roy B Rose and son lets londay for a visit to relatives ai anceburg Ky and Portsmouth O- Tboy were accompanied as far as Cin Innall by Val B Morse Hon F P tombcst wile and daughter pasted tirough Friday on their way to the Confederate reunion at Dallas Mrs Cbas Wheeler Ia In Cincinnati Mr as Frye and daughter Miss Sueleant Misses Edna Baugbman and Jessie owell left Saturday for Dallas and IcKtnnoy Texas to take In the Con federate reunion and visit relatives The Green River Development Co egan drilling again Wednesday and tbo Indications are very flattering for- an early strike which Is likely to oc cur within the coming week The Wither S Smith Co will have a flee Ig at work at an early date on their 600 acre lease about one mile above the Green River Development Co Their ring of tools are arranged to go thro1 te China or strike oil Tho past week bal lows quite an Increased Interest 10- tbe oil business Experts and capital- Ists are cornering every acre upon whlcb can bo found any favorable aur- face Indications and as these are very plentiful In the west end of Lincoln and east end of Casey the moat desirable callllea will within the next few montbs be resounding with the echo of- the drill Every feature that goes to- make up first class surface Indications are found within a short distance of- tbls place This was the statement made to your correspondent by an expert with years experience and repre lentlDIZ a company with a cool million tbat will begin work hero in the next three months The secretary of the ureka Company here also Informs u- tbat they have several thousand acres upon some of which oil springs are fOUlld and that they expect to begin work within CO days Upon ono of their leasel exist the most distinct evident es of an upheaval during the sub car mlferoua period that this entire State shows Sand and pebble stone ledges from three to five feet In thickness dipping at an anglo of about 45degrees lIortb and south with a crater apex of- rul1y 100 feet are among the umlstak able evidences of the geological phe tmena of this territory There aro iwever thousands of acres of desirable territory waiting to be leaned In Ia locality MATRIMONIAL F E Brauner 22 and Miss Lula Skldmore21 wore married at Rev W E Arnold by that gentleman Sat urdayOLt in California John Lilly a tramp knocked at a widows back door to ask for food and she not only fed him but married him In the Holatnor divorce case Judge MUler of Louisville holds that a wife II entitled to abandon her husband If- be seeks to compel her to live with her otherlnlaw LOW RATES ueen Crescent Route General Assembly Presbyterian Church Jukaoo 11111 s May 15 Southern BapUt Convention Ashevllle- O O May 610- Confederate Womens Clubs Lot Angele- sCIlIIay 18 Nobles Mystic Shrine Ban Francisco Oa1- June 1014 Knight of Prthlai Sao Franclto Oal- Aug tl12 1+ Inest train service In the world trllnlforlie sure your tickets read TI the Queen Crescent Uoute and get good service t ijti = eij ii e N ii 4 e e st S i ii s I i I j sS A N a ee e eiSe i jct GRAND LEADERa s a e i Have you traded with us If not come in and wo will demonstrate to you f our supoliority in selling yon the newest oud highest grade of merclmntliso nt prices others ask for inferior qualities t lry Special in Wool Dress Goods tIHin h Venetian nit colors worth S125 our price 98c- 44iucht Granite cloth worth 70c our 4t dd price 50 ccuU H 44 iuch Granite cloth till colors worth 85c 1 1 our price 69c e S I 125 Icnu lo Sole silks nil fchmlcs our i price 98 cents 27inch Taffeta silk gunrnntccd worth ItLG our price 08c a 8125 Black Penu le Solo Silk our price o 8115 per yard Fine lino of India Linens nf 5 7i 8J 10 I a12k11 20 and 25c Toadies Shoes and OxionU prices from 50c to V k 5 embracing the newest and swc 11 cst lino S of goods ever brought to Stanford ti Hans null Propsy THE GRAND LEADER u- n Blue Eyes The spotted Shetland stallion Illun ErN by Imported Eyes will make the se- son of 16W at tt the season cash at time of lOrrtce or U to Insure A living colt Guy Logan Mundlcu- Daanlle Kcntack Tom Keene lly Or Ilurkos Old Tom Kccae blarlc with white points 18 hand seven yoara old- good bone and One breeder OoUs show for themselves Will stand at s to Insur tares kept at sec per week No r spon lbl- tV for aocJdenta- GRO W IULUAM Shelby City Ky PRESTON 922Vol 11 Solid bay black points 1e 4 hands hlgbfli style Sired by Washington II Washington S4 was steed by Oomwell be by Washington Denmark he Gains Denmark ho by race borne Denmark llrst dam by llaleorn Xd dam by Crusader 3d dam Cockapur Prentont lit dam Belle by Rhoderlck 1SI 2d dam br Denmark Belle the dam of Preston was a noted how mare It Is needle to commend bin- es he Is one of tho finest show horses In Kentucky HU colt aro Coming to the front sad bringing startling prices Preston won tho f 1000 Saddle at Richmond aod zany more rich ones Preston will serve mares at f10 to Incur 1I1lug colt Will keep mares on grass at 12 a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky Eagle BirdThe mighty son of the great King Eagle Eagle Bird as a show stallion ban but fow equal lie won the WOO stake at Loxlag ton Ky defeating some of the greater bones that Kentucky has ever produced Eagle Bird as a sire of good colt nlshed horse Is not surpassed Ills are In demand and are for big prices either for business or breeding pur uses Will make the present season at the table of his owners 3 mile west of Stanford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 610 to Insure a Llvlno Colt artlng with the mare forfeIts the Insurance Also at the same place we will stand the line mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM at 18 to Insure No better route Jack 1111- be offered for public service than this one For further particulars address E P Woods O Sons STANFORD KY EXECUTORS SALE Splendid Farm in Lincoln County and a Business House Other Desirable Property in Stanford As Executors of the last will and testa meat of John 8 Murphy 8r deceased we will at the front door of the Court House it tan ford o- nlaturday May 10th 1902 lell at public auction to the highest bidder tiese parcels of real estate which belong to- the estate testator tovrttt 1 Tbp business house and lot on the utheast corner of Main and Lancaster treets In Stanford which Is now occupied bV John Bright Jr et Co 2 The tract of about 40 acre of land Ituate In tbesouthwestern part of Stanford 3 The farm of about ICO acres of excel Jeot land situate about aK miles from Btau ford on the Ilustoovllle pike This farm 1111 first be offered In two parcels one of about 180 acres being that part on the north side of the pike the other of about 80 acres on tho south side ot the Then tho farm will be offered as a whole und the bet bid In the aggregate accepted 4 A or about 250 acres of knot Innd near Highland Terms of Sale Onefourth cash remalnd er In one and two years with Interest from date secured by retained The pur baser to get the proportionate rents from ay of sale and full possession Jan 1 1003 Tbe purchaser of the ISO acre tract on the north side of the pike Is to assume the payment to Mrs Mary J Murphy of the sum of 1100 during herfebutnolonger For particulars call on John S Murphy llear McKInney ICy Salo to begin at 2 m W H sit J 8 Murphy Executors I Mens Clothing We nro sole cohere of DUTOIIKSS i TKOU8GRS tIre beet in tho world ever pair guaranteed The prices range from 150 to 8500 r lieu nil wool suits 85now patterns nod 4 S uptodato style 1 Fine Clay Worsted sulfa worth 812110 our price 0 strictly nil wool Boys suits from fl5c to 500 P r30 styles now Tulo Da Aortic Gingham just in lOc yard = 34inch Percale fiat colors worth lOc at 8Jo per yard 30inch Percale fist colors worth 12jc e- S nt lOc per yard 1SIMar i4 T ANNOUNCEMENT Having n select variety of the very latest styles of r Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs J i Sterling Silver Novelties c it will interest you to look at those goods and find out the J prices Doing n strictly ouh hiHiinws WITIIQIT nxcinTinx on nblw mo to sol at tho very lowest figures qualities considered 4 no lairing of complicated witches n specialty If yuu have rifailed to get your watch or cluck properly repaired bring it to J fmo and I CAN DO IT Hatwfaition guarantee 1 Li f W H MUELLER W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KYI CLOSING OUTI v1 V I have decided to quit the goods business anti have advertised my store for sale Tile read ers of this paper know the kind anti quality of the goods I handle and while I am waiting for the purchaser of this stock of have an opportunity of buying firstclassrgoods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE omc aid sec our faia8oirc fie oy ts iolafe iffilerJ in Postoffice Building on MAIN Mrs Garland Singleton NEW JOB STORE Zlmorz Storeroom Stanford Big job lot of Dry Good Notions Shoes Hall Caps Etc to close out and great bargains are offered AH we ask Is a trial Get our prices before buying elsewhere No trouble to show Roods t M snyder Son Stanford Yr fir Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted 1 Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call S J H BOONS co Proprleton Livery Peed And Sale Stable Druces Old Stand Depot St STfUFOfU KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel fag Men Phone No 0- 6Ijf I i r tZ JBzey DANVILLE KY a SUGGIUI Sale- of FOULARDSILKS Owing to the unusually cphl season wo find ourselves with too ninny Foulard Silks Wo arc going to make lowp prices take the place of seasonable weather A glance at tho prices named below will prove that you can buy a Foul art dress at but little more than you will pay for a nice wash dress There certainly is no other summer fabric that so well combines sorvice dressiness and comfort as do Foulards Sale will be- ginTUESDAY APRIL 22 I and we advise au early call S 42 12c a yard 1Phase are gonuino Twilled Foulards 24 inches wide in good dpsigns and have never sold nude G5c n yard 1 59c a yard A largo assortment of entirely now designs in Satin Foulards 24 inches wide Our price for thoso was 85c but that was a out price tho jmivortml price being y1 yard 69c a Yard This lot are the very boat Foulards made anti d 1 and colorings are tho latest Those are 21 inches wide und are sold everywhere at 125 yard the assortment is large but remember that this price will sell thorn quickly Jacquard Satin Foulards These are the highest price Foulards made sellln everywhere at 150 yard Wo have a few dress lengths left anti oilor choice at 89c a yard Tailor Suits at 698r This is for choice of a selected lot of singlo suits that wo do not intend to reorder and make this absurdly low prico that we may close them out quickly The former prices for these suits ranged from 1850 to 1975 each Walking Suits Half Price To c oso out our lino of Walking Suits wo otter choice of any we havo at exactly onehalf tho regular price They are made of tho best all wool material and by skillful 11I tailors Ladies Hats Walking hats shirt waist hats trimmed hats and pat torn hats Hats for all apes and all occasions andall at reasonable prices Largest selection in Central Kentucky Prices from 150 to 15I t O- t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAKIOKD KY Am 22 1002 In fllllop your prescriptions we ueo proporloDInot do better It yon paid us doublo the price which It always reasonable Pen nyi Drug Store PERSONALS MRS JOHN W WALLACE is 111 Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDEUS la quite sick h jeeroS L BASTKV of Laurel was hero SundayMils J H YEAOER Is visiting rela tives In Danville Miss ALLIE TRIUIILE spent several days In Richmond CECIL WILLIAMS Is clerking for Cutnralni d McClary DR H A JONES went to Cincinnati yesterday on business DR AND MRS W B OBANNON FridayMR spent a couple of dope In Garrard MR H BROWN and wile are spend days In Cincinnati 8Eavron R 0 CDNNINOHAM of tho E yesterdayMRIsle are with Mr and Mrs J 8 Rice MRS E H BEAZLEY and baby are visiting her parents at Flomlngsburg- MR DUNCAN GOODLOE of Garrard I took Saturday mornings train fur Dal las DR PEROY DB TON of Brodhcad was down to see Dr E J Brown Fr day MR E H ARNOLD of Boston t Sunday with his son Mr Vincent A nold CUlt WlllTB of Junction City Is re jolting over the arrival of twinsa boy and girlsMRS M F BLKIN WeD I to LouUvllle Saturday to spend Sunday with bqr msband MISS KATHBIUKB BAUOHMAN of Stanford Is visiting Mr Monte Fox Advocate MRS DR J M BLACK of Kno vllle Is with her sister Mrs Dr J G Carpenter llttv S M RANKIN and aider John J MdRoberts are attending Presbytery at Danville Mns H a BAUOHMAN and son the West End spent several days wit relatives here Miss NANCY DUNN spent sever days with Misses Ltalo and Ktta Bunn In the West End ROIIRRT ROUINSON has rented a hisITHE Fancy Work Club will meet with Mrs Wm Severance aLI oclo Tbursday afternoon MR W U CLAY vice president the Central Oil Gas d Mining Co here from Lexington 56IIELTON M SAUFLEY ot the Lex ington Democrat spent Friday alg and Saturday morning with his moth firA hero CHARLIE SNYDER is in Louisville buying goods for M Snyder L Son Miss Minnie Fred Is running the store In Mr Snyders absence ERNEST WARREN who has been In Livlagetoga i boro oaten where he will work lobe third trick- RICHARD PETTUS Is at home from Lincoln on account of the Illness of bll father Will O Davis has sold out bis restaurant business at Barbourvllleand leased a hotel at Corbin Merrill lit tie son of Dr and Mrs I S Warren is very 111 Somerset Journal CLARENCE COLEMAN hoe accepted flattering business offer at Burnsldo and will enter the employ of Mr Mitch ell Taylor While we regard It lobo spoiling of a good newspaper man It will probably bo the making of a richer citizen He will be the local repre sentative of the Journal and editor or the Burnslde Department long c templated Somerset Journal HON R C WARREN of Stanford candidate for Congress was here she k lag beads with meeting and makl InIIMr Warren has In his possession o of the recently circular 1 a tars of Congressman Gilbert and we aro not mistaken tbe author willbefrom the stump Harrodsburg De craU LOCALS SEE our work harness Just In Geo H Farris d Co bilkCJ FOR rent or sale 0 the house vacs by E C Walton Good stable garden Apply at this olflco TUOSE wanting Lincoln 011 Gas fc Mineral Co stock will please call on W M Bright at the Lincoln Cou National Bank or W H Wcoren at the First National Bank PAID QUtCtILYMra Salllp Drown of Moreland whoso husband James T Brown died March 29th has received a draft for 91000 amount of policy be held in the order of Maccabees 1 WHITE Star Coffee just In at Geo HI Farris Gos WE will sell toofbay very cheap for 10 dope J H Baugbman Co w INTENSE beat Is prevailing in set eral Western States end It aint so cool harp- CIRCUsSclts Dawns circus will stretch their tents In Stanford May fl It takes 14 cars to haul them cheggsickensStanford it McKlnney neck line M D ELMORB Its vingMuellers welry store and Ed Wilkinsons bar shop painted Let the good work continue UNLESS our sacks are or paid for at once our collector will call on you at once for soma J H Baueh man do Co OIL in the Daug h wallis oozing out around the plug that was driven In the casing Additional Indication that tbe well Is a valuable one SOLDMark Hardtn hoe bought of James Mllburn bis lama on Hlgbcailon Avenue for 11500 Ho will not occupy It at present WE are showing an elegant lino of ladles and childrens Strap Slippers and Oxfords We also have the Colonial attachments lobo P Jones OLD COINsE Sink Arnold showed us at Danville yesterday two Spanish colas found by bis father many years ago One was made In 1772 and the other In 1703 0 4r0lus to ticket them for a few days will please JrTHERE will be held an examination for common school graduation on the- econd Friday and Saturday in May In stead of the last Thursday In June U- Dder old law Garland Singleton Supt OIL AT 100 FEET smell quantity of oil was found at 100 reel by the SmithWithers Co drilling near Jum xbo It ts supposed to hero been a pock et and drilling will of course bo contln ned AT Danville yesterday Sam Hawkins colored was given a life sentence He was convicted of stealing seven pounds twohwith It life Imprisonment 0 TUB ladles ot the Baptist church of Danvlllu set a splendid dinner for the court day crowd yesterday They were liberally patronized and the concensus of opinion was that It was the best church dinner partaken of In years 0 I akTuE Central Oil Ga fc Mining Co owners of the Baugbman well will be about1aI Ort well and the result of the drilling will be watched with much Interest w SOLD OUTHan B B King J T Robinson J J Spears and other West End gentlemen who bad formed an oil company sold tbelr leases the other day to a California syndicate for 15 per cent of the oil gee and mineral output o Wiiols HEY Mayor A B Florence received the following dispatch from Princeton last eight Boiling Lewis young white man shot and killed here last night claimed to have relatives at Rowland A search for any one reo lated to him there proved futile I 0 I otIafternoon The Bloomers a female base ball team will erase bate with the Stanford ulna and a good game may be expected Tbe Bloomers travel In a gameaI 0 AFTER many offaithful sor vice for the L k N Mr Matt Wood son chief train dispatcher of the 0 V Division has resigned to take effect May 1 Mr Woodson Is an excellent railroad moo and he evidently has his on something bettor His friends ohero and elsewhere hope be will strike something rich whatever be attempts READ carefully the advertisement ot CoIhoe 3000 acres of toed under lease a wellifandwother vocations and who pavingmone Tbe par value of the stock Is II full paid and non assessable and aa small a number aa five shares can be obtainedOtLSTOCKThane who have subscribed stock In the Stanford Oil Gas d Developing Company may call at the store ot H J McRoberts and receive their certificates This company has 19Jtadcompanysadors to stock crowded Its office until late Saturday evening paying subscriptions until business was suspended for lack of revenue stamps following are lie presidentatpMcRoberts treasurer Geo B Cooper secretary J B Foster general mana ger J T Embry assistant general manager Directors J H MoAllster George B Cooper S P Stagg J T companyhasto drill three well machinery to bo In Stanford not later than May 10 1902 w r pr w n r r LADIES OXFORDS 5 The finest variety of styles shown this season and all ladies who vnlno com frtrt love beauty and appreciate economy are invited to inspect our styles IffB apeB QfPfeatjers aa affBtjfeB for nil occasions A fca t for the eyes and n delight for tho foot as well as a saving for the purse Come in and look over our lino whether you want to buy or Dotre are glad to show you I Cummins a McClary I r G L CARPENTER W G WITHERS I t GUNNS Setio aBooKses Beautiful convenient uptodate Carpets Mattings andr1 Wall Paper Co S i NEW SPRING SILKS I Taflita Silks in all colors and black at 85c- Peau de Solo washable colors and black at 98c IiWash Silks in n dozen different combinations at 49c i1SilkTissues in pretty styles at 50c black Taffeta guaranteed at 81 27inch Peau de Solo silk at 8110 3G inch black Taffeta at SIr3Ginch black Taffeta guaranteed at 8125r40inch silkwarp Sublime at 81 i I SPECIAL Withers furniture Sewing Silk washablea5fan Veiling and 35c i 1 We have all the new sheer goods for commence went dresses Persians French Lawns Batiste Mauselain de Soic c i Severance Sons New Store I JilQUALITY AND PRICE I Two most interesting points See and examine our line before buyingtr BarbedWire i c Clover and Timothy Seed Stoves flFunweek Bring us your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block DQfYicks Garden Seeds are the bbst on the market I Special price this week on washing machinestEv-erymachine guaran teed Also wringerssM GEORGE H FARRIS a GQry 9 Leave your Prescriptionswith I Lowest Prices Consistent WItb Best Material and Accurate Work mao hlp CRAIG it HOCKERSA I t- t IUIv Ir TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL ZnUrtd n the pos gjJke at Stanford a- soundclan mater lhabllrrhelTuwlev nd ZtQecp 1 PERYEarARCASH atWhen not eopaldmZOO ij c o beeeergdr Lori i M + 0 r- rQ 8 = S rfi Jp Jrn0Qa pato QS c = 1- LU Id 011 e Z a C ty E c re 0 our goo II fI- LU toUCZ tO O- o4hoI = S n- IO = to o a d Ia ti ttA S iiiocn ill E = o q ii Q Q A PEZiCF Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Omaove UeRobaru Drug Stan In the Owile I Uulldlnt ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford Kv Offlceover Higgins A McKlnneys Store Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mills j B MCKINNEY Prop MoTCirm y may Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chicken Feed c Prices very reasonable Cus tom grinding specialty D V Kennedy Miller nlERClTSi- irIRESCRIFTION BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornovsatLaw Officoin Monit Irdg SOMERSET Room II KY nwill pructlM In nil the State Courts also In United State and tinkrut y Courts Collections mdo and rmptlv remitted Q av MONUMENTSilt UEJZINOi White llrouij is to atone In the monument buMnesi what the Improved drophead bI W- Ing machine Is to the old method or tbo car Is to tile old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It Is indestructible and will perpetuate the records and retting place of jonr ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted silver ape pearance Pleano hold your order until you can Investigate It JC McWhorter Agt OUAB ononAno KY JcMCCbMY USTDBRTAEBIt EMBALMER And Dealear In EAElTESf SADDLERY C c KtnnforO KV DR R GOLDSTEINt Eye specialist of Loulsrllle will bs at f St Asapli HoteljStaufor- clmil m Gib One Day Daly INowIs the time Dont neglect your best t liaise scientifically eyes adjusted Dont neglect and yourchildrens eye Ofice hours 0 a m to S pm- I Soft I HarnessYou Isms M lIOn M a stove I anti us tough as wire by mine EIUUiA liar 1 noun 011 You yen lengthen lit life m kelt Ut twee u long u II cnlln rtlj would EUREKAHarness I nukn a poor looking bar- nf like new Made of pure lirary bodied oil es rwltlly prepared to with stand weather Bold everywhere In cansall sae Mate bj STANDARD OIL CO IHOMEFORSALE My house and lot at Mldtllelmrp Cage county Ky Sloit desirable property In the town Situated near Mlddleburg Norm College being originally built for a dorm tory Cool garden orchard and out build loss Correspondence solicited XuU on or addressMITOHEt TAYLOR Burnslde Ky ERDILLEHA YI DANVILLE STM- anufacturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement o c Write For Prices BLACK HAWK JR Will make the season st ray farm 1 mile soap west of McKinney at the low pike of M to insure a llTlng cult lllsek lUwk Is nearly 16 bind hlgl black with mealy nose linn bone and muscle a sure foil geittr Serrnl ot his r tits here rite an- anshowingupfine He Is one of the Lest bltd In the State as the following pdlj1r will ahoy He wit sired by Col Hill llrecklnridge he by Clnrtaod I ICt baodl be by Rig Tom h h lbey Mruarrock Imported lack hlse- hwks dam was by Frank Meek 2nd dam s 3lo- gulleanetnredbyCompromise he by Tlppeel not he by ROYAL DENMARKW- illalso stand my line combined stallion at tbe lime and on Panic germs ti to Insure a lIIfIcolt Koylt Denmark Is 16 baud high 5 years old sand by Dlark Dave be by Stone will Jr he by old Stonewall he by Wuhlngto Denuurk Royal Denmarks ant dam by Freed regllaeredsecond dim by Fearlne registered Srd dan b old lolnler 4th am by old Cop Penmarkdonbt the cheapest stallion aUodlng In Ccnti Kentucky today Mares bred to either of the ahoy stock cbtngln ownership stonce forfeits season U S SCVODER McKinrey Ky Galton 13910 Standard and reglred by dam betta Wilkes 219 sire of Gulnette 303 Lottie Ionilne 2O54 Eyelet 206kDr Mon leal 5 094 and 09 others In the 230 list Flat dam Daisy Field granddam of Alice Wllkee 217 and Aloatta 218 by Enfield sire of 0 In 230 and the dams of 55 In S 30 orbetterSecond dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr sire or J Q 2ln Lemonade 227kandothersanddams of Gin the litdam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q 2il7fc Oambettu Wilkes sons and daughters have over 100 In the 230 list Gallon carries the blood of the four leading famillet Wllkee Hambletonlan Mambrlni Chief and Seeleys American Star Oalton Is a great show horse as has been tested In the sbow rings Ills colts have been shown three In succession al Ilustonvlllo Danrllle Springfield and other Fairs and have won the largest premiums for harness classes over all others He has proven a grltat cross on saddle mars as he gives his colts finish action and step and they are selling for the highest prices Oal ton will serve mires at my two miles west of Hnstonvlllc at 810 TO INSUIIE A LIVING COLT Will keep mares on grass at 12 per month after Mayl W M DODD DIGNITY DARE DESCRIPTION Foaled 1895 IShands H in high weighs In good llosh 1200 pounds mahogany hay with black points a model in form with that won lerful style characteristic of the Ches tot Dare family so universally ao knowledged as superior to all As a show horse he has made a good record winning in his class and sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3yearold form woro 13 blue ties out of 14 shows thro In harness he Is very styllshwoOgalled with do jldcd action and steps a few saddle horses can show making him a harness horse of the highest boldwithlor saddlo ho IB attractive best of liho action speedy separating his gates perfectly with knee action necessary for an uptodate sire His colts though young taro coming totho Front and fast ranking him one of the best of breeders which class bring sensational prices His goats are large with long wellset neck line backs broad lint bone with groat action and bust of colors 1 respectfully Invite you to call and inspect them before booking your mares- PEDIOREESired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S H R he by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74he by King William 67 ho by Washing on Denmark 04 Den mark 01 he by racehorse Denmark F S he by Imported Hedgeford 1st lam Lizzie by Welchmont No aG7 A S II R he by William Welch 341 he by llysdleks liamblotonian 10 2d dam Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills Vermont 4th damThorough bred Welchmonts 1st dam Pauline by Ahnont Forest 2803 Will make tho season 1002 at Lawn Mere Stock Fann 2J miles West of lustonvlllo Ky onBradfordsvlllo lustonville pike near Carpenters Sta lon at 92O to Insure n Living Colt A small reduction on a club of u or more mares Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insurance andmon1 sy becomes duo at time of action Loin retained upon all colts till season is paid Mares from a distance grazed J2 per month Grain fed if desired reasonable rates All bills must be before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes- C C CARPENTER Phone In Rstldene Huitorullls Exchange r Just within her grasp r is safety but a does not see it she r is looking the wrong way There many r a woman struggling in a sea of theplooking the wayc- Lsnatching at U1 e d i c i n a 1 r1strawawllenthe cee Favorite Prescrip Is within her reach Iy a woman has testi i nI know I should riot be alive toniay but lor ur nerce Favorite Prescription This famous medicine dries weakening drains heals Inflammation and and cures female weak tress Weak and sick women especially time suffering from diseases of long are invited to consult Dr Pierce by Icttei free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y- cI lake pleasure In writing to let know the great good I from your Payout Prescription your Pleasant Pellets ba Mrs Nora Oaddle Rio tart Co Ky- took I seven or eight bottles of Favorite crIplion and one or two vials of the Pellet Think I would hue been In my grove bad It not been for your medicines It been about four months since I took the medicine I WBI all run down had loss of appetite could not sleep at night was nervous backache spots on my limbs and sick headache al1 the time I have not ha sick headache since I took your medicine w Favorite Prescription makes weal wbmen strong sick women well Accej t no substitute for the medicine whic works wonders for weak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure dizziness and sick headache IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Tho Brodhead fair date Is Aug 20 21 and 22 A K Lackey Sr ailed 62 IB dead In Madison Drilling for oil has begun at Duoca Mercer county The Normal College at Waddy was destroyed by fire Loss 13000ITramps attempted to up an N freight train near Barbourville Efforts are being made to organize a bank at Coroiabvllle Mercer county- C Q Deane an ox Confederate aDd prominent citizen of Jeasamlnela dead Mesdamei Lydia Vaujjht and Lou Harrington of Buroalde died Satur 3ayThe Cincinnati Southern ls laving a double track from Somerset to Nor woodA telephone line Is In course of erection from Roralton Russell county u SomersetJohn Hoover bas been made cble llaputcber of the Cumberland Valley Division of the L N iBOD J Proctor Knott has sold bit In Danville to George Coear and will move to Lebanon- A K Wright of Georgetown College won In tbo Intercollegiate orator cal contest at Danville Friday night Tho W G Geary 011 Co brought le another well In the Sunnybrook field In Wayne county Oil was truck at 1000 feet The next fair of the Central Kentucky Fair Association of Danville will be held the first week In August aatlog three days i Kentucky University defeated Con rat University 4 to 3 at Danville Friday Howard Camnltz pitched for the tome team aad Logan for the visitors The Mlddleeboro brewing plant was sold at public auction for 155000 Woll c Screlber of Chicago representing the New South Brewing Ice Co were tbe purchasers A 1000barrol well came In on the Vago farm In Knox county Saturday at 175 feet A HOObarrel ono was ound on the Lester farm In Wayne at dayIe J Scott of tbe 25tb judicial district Is dead at ble tome In Richmond Be was an able judge and his death has caused much adoeaaln his district At the elocutionary contest at Leba ton Harrodsburg won all the honors HM Murna Clare Curry won the first prize rendering The Knights False ow while Miss Kay Sallee captured tbe cccond prize with her selection on titled Hagar L E Hunt tells the Somerset Journal that it Is a mistake about his stunt loa a telephone supply factory at Junction City Our Informant was one of unction Citys best citizens but we oppose Mr Hunt knowa what be Is go log to do- Third district reoubllcana met at towllng Green and elected Walter Vllklns chairman to succeed W S Taylor The committee ot the second ppellate district also met and ordered a district convention to be beld at lOUcbfield June 25 to nominate a roan Ildate for appellate judge 1KB SONS LIFE SAVED RY CHAM BEKLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIAUftHOEA REMEDY itA neighbor ran in with b bottle of lhamberlatna Colic Cholera and Dlarr oea Remedy when my son was suffering wlb severe cramps and was given up as eyond hope by my regular physician wbo stands high in his profession After Jmlniaterlng three doses of It my eon gained consciousness and recovered entirely within 24 hours says Mrs oMaryII taller of Mt Crawford Va This dy ia for sale by Craig A Hocker glats LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Mark Hardin sold to M J FarrU 10I 700pound cattle at4ic M S Baugbman sold to E T Booz ley of Danville a gelding for 8125 The price of fresh meat In Louisville Is higher than It has been for 10 years J W Baughman aold to Elder Joe Ballou a Polled Angus bull calf for 110 Tom Stephens of Memphis sold to Pat Dame the good race horse Margue for 85000 R L Murphy end J J Elliott of Ca- Se bought 510 yearlings at Danvllli yesterday at 4o The Coney Island Jockoy Club an nouocca that tbo Futurity Stako will be worth 870000 this year Anderson S SplIman bought 365 acre of growing wheat from E W Lee and 65 from James Knox at MoNew M J Farris bought a car load of fat hogs of Hood Worthington attIc and 6f cattle of John Allen of Uustonvllle at 41c Advocate a J C Hays bought In Laurel county 52 yearlings at S20 This makes over 500 cattle Mr Hays has bought In that county since last September Mt Ver non Signal The census report of tho tobaccc crop of 1899 shows that Kentucky led all other States with 334805 acres pro during 802163275 pounds valued at 850093003 J W Allen sold to J S Goodo 12 nice abort yearlings at 82226 to J J Allen a 700 pound steer for 123 and sold at Danvillo yesterday five 000poum cattle at 416- I will stand my jack Jim Porter at my farm 4 miles Bast of Stanford ot tboPreachorevlllo Stanford pike at 1750 to Insure a living colt Mares on ly served Money forfeited If maro is moved or traded without satisfying me maro Is not In foal Silas AnJcr ion 3t DANVILLE COURT There werqsomc 300 cattlo on the Danville market yesterday with trading active Prices ranged from 3cfor heifers to oloae to Sic for some choice yearlings Mules were in demand at ISO to 8125 and hones at 810 to 1100 Tbo crowd was ibovo tbo average At Danville horse show yesterday F Reid showed Doraey Golddust and Quasi Facile S Denny Diplomatist C C Carpenter Dignity Dare and a meg ilQcent twoyearold stallion by him David Caslleman Yorktown Mcrwln and Cecil Palmer Granvlllo Cecil Jr- Ceclllan Chief Rob Goddard Red Leaf and six of his get J C k W B 2astland Chester King- IIERIIINE CURES Fever and Ague A dose will usually top a chill a continuance always cures Irs Km M Stroud Midlothian Texas May 31 1800 writes Wo have used lerhlno in our family for eight years and round it the best medicine wo have ever used for la grippe bilious fever and ma erie 50c at Pennys Drug Store The Criterion on any coat is n gunr nntco of its quality its workmanship and its fit Nothing more can go into clothing than this In the Criter ion you have it nil The very latest things- in styles and colors Prices from 1000 to 1750 I Sold only by H J McRoberts MENS FINE SHOESM- ystocko1 Mews Shoes for spring anti summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew Sclby Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed lent ono years handling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give us a cA- llthe ehaTes 1eee SvWoTbxcP II HUSTONVILLE KYxCARSON PENCE r DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae V I tons Wagons Buck I A boards HarnessF- ull and complete stock of the above always on hand anti are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robesr a i beautif1111 1k ISO- l 1X U3ateh fitted with an or move ment sad warranted 25 years for When wanting anything in line dont fan to ceo the and beautiful things we have In stock t Remember Mr Isa of countryWhenyou upalrIDg a Murray McAdams Jewelers Opticians rrrsaWe handle theef Kauffman Columbus Buggy Columbia Babcock Sterlingfand Eagle BuggiesiA better line never in Stanford and wetprepared to meet all competition- If you want the best buggy made come our stock Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY First Nationa- lBanks Ky Capital Stock Surplus 10000 This Institution was as the Oepoult Hank of In 1U8 then reorganized as National Hank of Stanford In 1EM and again reorganized as First National tank of In 1682 having had rrctlOallyan nolntcr ruptod existence for ars Is better supplied now with facilities for tranaet- logbudnas promptly and well than liver before In Us long and honorable carver Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited DontTakePim IB kinds Prices s Elgin 15 Murray was are see Stanford Stanford J 8 J J It WBAHBN V Co II T Harris Co Hooker Oo W r Co J 11 Oolllor Grab Orchard t M JJ Stanford II Stanford T I Stanford lloblnson Hubble J It Ilauchman Stanford W P Tote Stanford the liver ural agUationl caused by compels doses to attain the results rr acts on the liver cures Chills and every form of f Malarial Bilious nter mUting Fevers and by going to the seat of tho trouble works permanent cure CENTS PER UA HALO PKiLIM And Wall Paper They Exchange Furniture lor all of Stork Give them call right STANFORD KENTUCKY y Wilthtm Iour new our handsomo our Rtadaato one Danville Co 50000 originally established the the Officers IIOOKBU IrestaMcItOIlHltTS ChuTAV lik- prDirectors Held Lincoln Lincoln 15 Lincoln Walton Lincoln Klmoro 8 Haughtnan 11111 Jas IThey intestinesexecute ana Increasing cathartics I e Fever and Remitting and FIFTY OOTTLBr BEAZLEY YS- UNDJBlAXERS iurniturcMattllnRsRuRs will Wool Wanted v powtboat J II Unono ft Ooa stable IIOONB A GENTUY Stanford Ky TIMBER LflND FOR SflLE In order to settle the partnership business lof John llonta Jr and 0 Coulter Mr llonta baring died last December we will soil 3700 acres of tlmuurlandln Adulrcoun rty ICy This land contains between 4000 000 and 9000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land 1s close to the famous oil fields of Wayne county and Is exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes All of bargainforsome KyOrllonta Faulkner Kys a