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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL U 1j I VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 23 1902 9 A M NO 16 I R KINGS VILLE- Too Tompernnco Union hero It man ifestly accomplishing soma good t New sod badly needed sidewalk and a now culvert nuar W L McClAri tystnre are under aooatruc i W L MaCariy with iho asililanco of hit two salesmen OG Baker and 4IC W Cruljfhtoo sold tlOO worth of goods Saturday I I Soma cowardly fellow throw a steno atQr J W Actons houso while tbo t family wore at church breaking a win dow paoo The doctor offer 16 for a clue Since we bavo bad 10 little of spring summer will probably wear out Its wol come Apple blossoms hayo suporced ed tbo now and we welcome tbo change from the beautiful to the lovely Elder II K Dorry of Henderson filled hit appointment at tho Christian church Sunday Hit congregation Sun day evening numbored tOO Tbo Chris tlan church li about to reorganize a Cbrlitlan Endeavor Sooloty Prayer meeting will bo held on Sunday eve I ning hereafter Our colored population li rapidly In orewlng Claba Roso widower with one child married a widower of Casey with live children and will reside hero I haying taken room with Unole Joo wbnIJo contest Mr Wm Murphy Sr continues very 111 with a complication of diseases Stephen Ulankeniblp II lulTerlng from mental trouble and It It tbougbt will havo to bo committed to an asylum Mr Will King might have been called the hatless man Saturday evening s when ho loaf his bat while listening to Mr Berry during church services Mill EBIo 0 Carey bai returned from a visit to Ludlow and we might further state tbat the choir tervloo at the Christian church li itlll better sine 0 her return Mrs 0 C Ponnybaoker and ton Claude who bat been tho t guest of his mother hero loft Tueiday to visas relatives at Knoxvlllo J E Crelgbton returned from a visit to Lox andIextended visit to Covlngton Mrs Jat I Robinson and children have returned from a pleasant visit to her mother and sisters at New River reDO Mrs Hob tntons iliter returned with her and wilt keep house here Wallace Walter was over from Stanford a few daya loco D M Orelghton wont to Som 1 erset Monday Mrs W L McCirty nod little ton have returned from a visit to Mn OOannoo and famllyboth very much improved In health under the treatment of Dr OUannon Mat tar Lawrence Williams has returned from a vlilt to relative at Eubank MM 0 Q Allen of Somerset was the guest of her mother Mrs Pconyback or Thomas P Johnson and family and niter Miss Bolls Johnson loft Sunday for Hood River Oro to locate T F Jolnsons tale which took place hut Thursday was well attended nod price s wore high Irwin Yooura sod family of Casey have movt Into tbe boos o vacated by Thomas Johnson NINE LIVES It Is said a cat bat nine lives and this fact can be proven v by Mr James Powell of nUfLoDvlllo who has a black eat living Its secant A few night ago ho beard his doa barking and upon going to thorn foun It to be bit black eaLa bo thought He blued his doge and In a moment moro one life was ended Mr Powell II very kind to hie dogs and cata and always feed them after each meal Im agine his surprise on topping out of hit dining room the next morning andas teeing the cat Handing before him Wo believe Mr Powell to bo a very truthful man but what lathe matter In this case A FRIEND HALKi WITHOUT CRUTCHES Iwas much afflicted with eclatlcawrilcs Ed C Nud lowavilleSedgwlck County y Kan going about on crutches and Buf r Ifeting a deal of pain I was induced to try Mallards Snow Liniment which ro lieved me I used three 60c botttea It Is s the fcrrateat liniment I ever used have recommended it to a number of penoni and all express themselves at being benefited by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a groat dual of light labor on the farm 23c boo nud and St at Pen ays Drugstore CHURCH MATTERS i Rev T A ken an aged and popular minister died at Lebanon Roy J W Hagina subject Sunday morning la Our Horizon evening Christian Freedom The morning to service begin at 1045 und evening 730 IISba was a maiden fair to coo In fact she was a peach Dut the grew upon a family tree And was beyond my reach Chicago News i t OKAII IN lItEMORIAMI The recent death of George Leo J ames caused moro general universal sorrow at Crab Orchard than has pervaded this community for years Mon and women grown people and little children blank and white mingled their tears over tho bier of the pale waited form that had suffered so long and so patiently There were men at that burying I never saw In a cemetery before Could too fonder care of lot lOll sisters a tender trained and faithful nurso the iklll of medical science and tbo buckler of experience have averted too blow George Leo would not have died Out ales Death wits Inexorable And Death always cruel and reloutlen was unusually tto In this lobtanco Now and then the Implacable monitor would snood a truce lulling tbo friends of bile victim lots also hopes that be would perhaps opera thou loved one this time This truce when broken made the grief more poignant tbo be reavement greater nod now no anodyne can usbaugo our grief From affection a circling ring the loved gem are felling How inappropriate the time The spring of the year the bloom and morning of youth Why not decrepit old ago your victim and the cold snow of winter your winding sheet Why al such unseasonable times do you on- ter our homes and pluck with your cold lingers our undercut buds and wither our most beautiful flowers with your chilling breathy Ob Death your vic tim feared you not but you have broken too hearu of his friend Ho lay like a palo young warrior taking bis roes Lot him sleep on no evil betide him And bile friends who sailed away on tbo billows of Time will oro lung In their turn bo brought by their friends und laid bee I do him Although the deceased was but 38 year old ho was a veteran of two cam palgni A hero In avenging the Maine and trio liberation of the Queen of tbo Antilles and after discharge for total disability at the expiration of his term of service be miraculously regained his health and roonllicd and while oo trio post of duty In the faroff Phil ippine 13000 miles from bile native lAudbe tall from too stroke of au equatorial sun From this be never recovered but attar long lingering and much suffering the flickering lamp ol rile young life was extinguished In death And although his numerous friends at Crab Orchard and Stanford by letter by telegraph and by politico Importuned the administration to do tardy Justice to too gallant young sol dler before ho riled that bo might know bo was remembered by a grate ful government fur which he bad given bit life no recognition came All were too busy adding a 15000 pension to tho 8210000 private fortune of too widow of the President Perhaps hit services to his country would not days gone un requited had bo been one of tho 3000 000 Aat ought to destroy too South soil too Institution of our fatheri7ZH3 Dut wo will not upbraid With sor row for the dead and sympathy for the living wclball nines this tribute to ono whoso untimely death has clothed all our homos In mourning and draped our hearts with deepest sorrow Let bib affectionate heartbroken sisters relatives and friends strive to blmlDthatNaxfirlgbtWortdd r hldfrom the deathbod of pain- FONTAINE F Boniirrr A THOUSAND THANKS Tile Now has always been a little partial tower the INTERIOK JOURNAL entertaining It doer a profound admiration the Walton brothers Ed C Walton without doubt getting out the best country paper In tbo State and It Is en couraging to road the newsy paragraphs he print about oil development lo Lin colD and adjoining counties There every indication according to judgment of oil men from Ponnsylva nla that Lincoln county will turn out to bo 000 of the boat oil fields In tho State The INTERIOR JOURNAL has a reputation for conservatism and the News Is glad to see it paying tome at tootles to ell news The State now has a splendid opportunity to come to trio front commercially Darbourvllie Now I IIKTTEH THAN PILLS The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to pills 4 Our answer is They are easier sad more pleasant take moro mild and gentle in effect and moro reliable aa they cm always be de pernled upon Then they cleanse and Invigorate too stomach and leave the bow tale in a natural condition while pills are more hatch in effect and their use li followed by constipation For Bale Craig do Rocker druggists I Louisville Poet hor first game of the season and Kansas City beat her 10 to- O i NOTESI I lo doatq In 108INapoleon Monks Lexingtons oldest tailor Is doadIFive hundred persons wore killed by an earthquake in Guatemala I An epldomlo of pneumonia at Spring field has caused several deatblIJohn Pardue agedSO cide near Clarksylllc Tonn by drown INewConfederate veterans as the place for the next reunion The executive committee nf the Kon tucky Press Association was called to meet In Loulsvlllo Maya Peter PaQnskl was shot to death and bile son mortally wounded at Chicago while resisting two rubbers A woman In New York who was pro nounced dead came to life Just as her body was about to be embalmed There have boon 22 deaths In the families or Homer Solon and John Mo Closky of Flora Ind In 22 month The Transatlantic Steamship Com pany recently organized by J P Mor 11iOOOOOOOjTbe h a memorial service to their dad comrades and tbo memory of MM Winnie Davis A grocer In Oosbcn Ind accumulat ed 10700 pennies and tbo weight of the copper war such that It was hauled to the book In a dray All the evidence In the Derry now ard case le In and speeches are now being mane A strong CIO was made out against Howard The postal authorities are exorcise over the discovery of counterfeit postal nerds In the malls from nearly ev cry part of the United States It Is said all the greatest producing mines In the Cripple Creek and Colora do Springs districts will bo cambia with a capital of 60000000 Gov Gon Wood has pardoned W H Reeves recently flood 136610 and len tanned to 10 years Imprisonment for complicity In the Cuban postal fraud Ed Houston of Louisville and fbi ODay of Jackson Inmates of the Stato Reform School have been placed in jail at Lexington alter confessing that they set fire to the Bradley cottage Daniel Break superintendent of the first division of tho L N railroad will retire from the road May 1 to ac cept the position of general manager of the St Louis Terminal Association At Winchester Henry Besuden nnd Robert Baton wore shot by Lee Bates colored The former Is perhaps fa tally hurt Bates was hurried off to Lexington by tbo sheriff to escape B mob Fortyfive thousand Confederate veteran Hooked Into Dallas Monday and caused the opening of the 12tb annual reunion 2t hours ahead of time Room for the unexpected throng was made at tho fair grounds A Now York trust company has pur chased several largo Virginia corpora dons by which it will control electric lines light and power plants and water rights In the cities of Richmond Man chester and Petersburg The Chicago sit Northwestern railroad has Just Issued orders that conduc tore and brakemen must remove their hats when passing through parlor cars and that they must answer the ingot cbcer1fullyp Howard made this statement In tit0 opening of his defense We grant tbat Senator Goebel was murdered as the result of a conspiracy that the eh Statede hackberry troy was the one that klllc murderle as ferry Howard testified In his own defense at Frankfort Tuesday Hew as on the witness stand for three hours i end was nervons wader tho crossexam eithah ber the statements mado by the witnesses for the prosecution Ho tes tilled that ho was In tbo left lobby of tbo House when tho assassins shot was prod and several witnesses corroborated him In that statement Ho assert ed that he spent tno night of the day of the shooting at a hotel with Jim Howard thus contradicting the state meat of JIm Howard who has testified on two occasions that he spent the night on the Capitol grounds The de fendant denied that ho was elected cap min of the mountain mon at the Agri statomeaat was one own nesses who testified later IIERBINE CURES Fever and Ague A dose will usually stop a chill a continuance always TaxbyHorblno in our family for eightyean and found it the best medicine wo have ever used for la grippe bilious lever and mat larla We at Pennys Drug Store n MR JOHN K DAtGllMAN One of Lincoln countys most substan tial citizens Betides being largely en gaged In the raising of fine horses Mr Baughman Is an extensive farmer He owns one of tbo handsomest homes and best forma In tho West End and bis hospitality Is known far and near LANCASTER Mrs Emma Perkins gave a 0 oclock dining Wednesday evening Walker Terrill bought a pair of mules from Bob West tar 8200 The ladles of the Baptist church wilt give a court day dinner Monday The Prohibition Alliance will hold afmeeting tbts evening at 730 The rook crusher Is in operation under the management of Mr Til loll Miss Susie Hilton of Brodbcad has aocepied a clerkship lo R H Batsons store sited6 survive S D Turner has resigned and the city council will at once select seethe marshal Thorn will be a basket supper given at Good Hope Saturday night for tho benefit of the church The remodeling proposed on the new Christian church Includes steel cell ings elevated floors robing rooms and a baptistry G S Galnea and family of Danville Aire John Ptlcber of Louisville and Mrs Ford of Lexington attended tbo funeral of T W Reid The Christian Endeavor Society will give a birthday social Tuesday at iho Christian church each gueelbringa as many cents as be Is yenta old M Slier the night watchman ho purchased two blood hounds and the chicken thieves and other law break ore will run great risks of being caught now The Garrard County Medical Society met at tho Hotel Garrard Tuesday and au Instructive paper on Acute an GhroncloOncomyletts was road b- Ur Drown of Stanford Mrs Rose Simpson and TJ wore married Wednesday evening at tho Baptist parsonage Rev Woolford olUclatlng This Is the grooms third and the brides second venture The Garrard County Oil A Mining Co has just been organized In this city for the purpose of developing oil and mineral lands In various parts of Ken tucky H T Logan was made prey l dent James t White vice presfden- J C Hemphlll secretary soil R McRobcrls treasurer Mrs D D Geiger gavo a dining Monday to celebrate tbo 70th birthday ofof her mother Mr Frances Anne Walker The descendants of this reo gonerds tare 20 grandchildren and night great grandchildren Mrs Walker Is the youngest and only living member of a family of 14 Mrs J S Robinson has been visit lag her mother Mrs E J Wallace of Madison Mrs Samuel Woolrldgo an daughter Miss Mary Harvey of ofvon Col were called here bythedea of Mrs Woolrldgoa father T W Reid Mrs J B Collier Is at homo again after a visit to Lexington and Winchester Rowan Saufiey of Stanford and one of tbo I Je efficient staff honored Lancaster with a visit Tuesday Miss Gertrude Noel has reo turned from school at Midway Miss Salllo Elkin is at homo again after a visit to Lexington Miss Helen Thur mood Is the guest of Mrs U D Simp ton Rev H N Faulconer and family left Wednesday for Blllsboro O SAVE TIlE LOVED ONES Mrs Mary A Vllct Newcastle Colo writeshI believe liallards Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough med icine and will do all that Is claimed for hand It la so pleasant to take My little I senddgreat cure 25c 50c and SI at Pennys Drug Store John Cress bought a bunch of hogs in Rjckcastle at 60 j I n 4 The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company OF STANFORD KY Incorporatedk Capital Stock bulfPain i J OFFICERS J H Baughman Pres A T Nunnelley VicePros W II Wear ttcnTreasH Holm Sccy A 1Jand still another portion skirting Logans Greek One of the surest indications ol the probable vsluo of undovelopedoillandlia the result of efforts at development 01 land adjoining of the stock reserved by the incorporators can be Issued dollarforhie a rendered valuable by reason of tho untiring efforts of tho officers and directors The stock is nonasicsssble and the property of the stockholder Is not liable for Itsbookspusbtd t vrE W 9= = = = = = Particular Clothes L II i FOR i1YouPARTICULAR PEOPLE t Tile Globe for Men Boys and i JlChil lcn Other furnishings in llccepiu Shirts Hats Shoes c All new anti choice selectionslEll t I H IT PAYS TO TRADE AT I THE GLOBEit i Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairingct4 trYourmoney back it youre not satisfiedtSK 1 U Danville Kg +V ICi ES nrmnrmnmnmr miimrmnr immininimr imtfmiiwK 1NOTiCE11 I 1E The Great Opening Sale of the 3S = New York Dry Goods Clothing g Boot Shoe House byyf5 rBuilding next to Lincoln County Na =3- c Bank will occur on 3 1EEwe on n lino =of uptodate Dry Goods Clothing boots and Shoes and La st 2SI i jr1 money by pricing our goods before buying elsewhere Our satisfactoryE pro 3to a= stay and do business in a legitimate way r- 3g ROSENSTEIIV A CO i111111111llllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllJll Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug service are wo believe those Competency quality courtcousness anti n fair profit policy Wo en t illieaYOr to give all these the fullest expression l cbNhile in some things thercjis legitimate needof varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle ono grade onlythe highest yet our prices are apt to bo less than inferior are sold for I Pennys Drug Store Thos Rankin Ky 1-A = IKyFall Creek Millpngs Oil Gas Co Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares SIO Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS President KyJKyFKyJMillsprings Our territory Is situated only a quarter of a mileGfrom the Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and la t a line between it and the Paroell Wells five miles to tho south Itfis on the river and pipe line aad consists of 350 acres owned in fee simple hence N no rentals to pay Will soil a limited amount ot stock to aid Jdovcloplng territory For informs lion prospsctusjor stock address MMasta F M Rankin Secy I 1 J Ao Id u = I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l E C WALTON W P WALTON Iia Candidate for Railroad Commissioner for lb M Dlilrlct rablect to the will of the democracy B H H HENNINGER 1 Ol Wayne county ii a candidate for elite Tre- aurrrublect to he action of the Democratic Put THAT ihetepubllcani are atsea wltb no pilot whatever Ig ehovrn by the f01 lowing interview with a prominent Washington republican He says Not i In 10 years has there been a time who the situation In National politics was as- i threatening for the republican party sat present We are just preparing tel go before the country for the election of a new House of Representatives Ap I patently It will bo 1S90 over agate 1Bow are we preparing for It Wosee no leader The republican Int f the House are a leaderleis mob A mi norlty of the republicans there corn blue with the democrats and that Is ant oDd of party responsibility and party t discipline Exactly the same situation J fprevail In the Senate There Is no leader sod a few Senators who were elected as republicans stand ready to form an alliance with the democrats JUIndeed the alliance has not bees I alreadyto overthrow the pol fIcyof the administration and bid de t fiance to party authority How is it to y Unless the big men of the party to their senses It will end In die Iend alter disaster and lose of the pres In 1004 L TUB following is a portion of a card printed by Dr W O Roberts pres I dent ot Central University in the Darn villa News which is selfexplanatory I say without fear of contradiction I that I did not utter In Pabst Theatre a single sentence published In the spe dial from Milwaukee Nay further I said nothing there that could be fair i ly construed to mean anything like It The services though in the theatr f were strictly religious and I simply 1preached the sermon on the occasion I delivered the Identical discourse on r Influence which I preached in th t First Presbvterlan church of Danvlll tionFeb 11 1000 and which I preache itlas Sunday April 20th at Lancaster an Installation sermon The doctor Italsoprints in the same paper his ser if moo delivered In Milwaukee to further tprove that the charge that ha spolci derogatory of the South and Southern people Is untrue We are Indeed glad to know that the distinguished gentle man Is not guiltysI jREPRESENTATIVE ED PARKER Laurel candidate for Congress Id the llth against Congressman Borelng and t former Congressman Colson has appealed to the republican State centralI committee for an adjustment of certain Ii rules made by the republican dlstrlc committee wblch Mr Parker claim t are grossly unjust and unfair to him Mr Parker says the Congresalona tcommittee is made up of Federal office holders men who are controlled by 1 Federal officeholders and that they are trying to take from him a nomination I which he has already won Mr Parker raltoclaims that he has been treated because It bad been generally known that his name would ape 1UB on the ballot in the primary Aug the device of a barefoot boy tbat it bas been decided that no i device shall appear on the ballots oxConrDallas Texas and the grand old boyi that wore the gray are having a glory t one time They can not in the nature of things have many more meetings and heres hoping that the Dallas re1 I union will prove the most enjoyable one ever held The Dallas people are ifdolDgeverything possible for the de A of their distinguished guests truly the big pot le being put In tandlittle oDelor the old heroes who 1 fought so gallantly for the cause tbat was lost- A CHEMIST has recentlymade the discovery that the average human be j ing Is worth about 818300 from the f chemical standpoint He says that the human body contains three pounds and 13 ounces ol calcium and calcium just now Is worth 1300 an ounce If this It I true the majority of us are better oil than we thought The trouble though Is how the deuce are we going to get at our calcium to sell It Most any of 1uscould spare an ounce or two of the I valuable stuff if we only knew bow to get It ready for the market 1TIlEBaptist churches at Richmond I r Va have set an example tbat those of ialldenominations might emulate with r credit to themselves and glory to God I There are 25 of such churches there t and within the last quarter of a canli tury every one of them has built anew f k house of worship or Is now arranging to do 60 Indeed one congregation has Wbuilt throe and four have built two The Richmond Religious Her aId estimates the amount of money thus f spent at very near 1500000 1 Senators Hoar and Tlllman had a lit tie war of words in the Senate during I a discussion r l Gov BECKHAMS appointment 01 James M Benton of Winchester to succeed the late Judge Thomas J Scott is an admirable one There aro taw better lawyers or judges of law than Mr Bentoo who will adorn tbo bench ot the 21th judicial district POLITICAL Gum Shoo Hunter will likely reeig as Minister to Guatemala Capt Clark has declined to go to the coronation of King Edward and Rear Admiral Watson has been named in ble steadThe Senate passed the river aud bar bor bill without discussion The meai ure carries appropriations of about 70000000 The prohibitionists of Indiana bave nominated candidates for represent tlves in Congress in each of the 13 die trlcts of the State The Franklin county grand jury fall ed to return an Indictment In connc tlon with the mysteriously missing Far rte registration bill- llepresentativee Joseph W Babcock of Wisconsin and Amos J Gumming ot New York are dangerously ill ID Washington and the death of each Ie not Improbable- By direction ot President Roosevelt the acting secretary otwar bas addreet ed a letter to Gen Funston requestlc him to cease public discussion of tbe situation In the Philippines Charges of gross Immorality havo been preferred against Gov Davis ot Arkansas by the second Baptist chute at Little Rock of which he Is amem ber He Is accused of indulging In the most disgraceful drunken orgies Representative Richardson introdui ed a resolution providing for an in query In the recent Increase In the price of meats Mr McDermott of New dot soy introduced one abolishing dutlc in meat and poultries Imported trot foreign countries The House rejected claims aggrcga log 1800000 attached to the Omnibus Claims bill by the Senate and then non concurred In the entire Senate amend sent sending the bill back to confer once The Military Academy bill was passed after cutting the cost of the Improvements at Weet Point The News was favored with a call from that staunch democrat Han R O Warren of Lincoln Mr Warren has traveled over several counties of tbe district and expressed himself as wel aliened with his prospects for the Con rrcaslonal nomination Ho said he hat DO disposition to begin an active cam talgn until Representative Gilbert1 return to Kentucky which we are Informed will not occur before the fire if June Danville News In the course of the debate in the louse on the military academy appropriation bull Mr Gilbert of Kentucky vigorously denounced reflections calt upon Kentucky and the South in coo jectlon with the Negro He said tba the South looked with supremo con tempt upon the social equality of the races Be said tbat the taint In the blood could not be cried down ant hat the prejudice was equally as stron 10 the North as In the South There la one thing certain if the emocrau honor the Hon R C War- reD of Lincoln county he will make ilmself heard at least In very short order He has a voice like calliope and when be spoke at one end of Pennsyl anla Avenue be could be heard at the other In addition to a etentorlai voice Mr Warren has brains and a personal magnetism and power that would take him to the front before the eDd of his first session Mr Warren II ivlnclblo In a number of the counties of the Eighth district and Mr Gilbert and the other candidates had better Jook a leedle oud Lexington Demo crat THIS AND THAT The wife of Claude Desba la dead at ynlblana The deficit on too Louisville Spring isllval Is 0558 57 O R Coffey one of Taylor county1 Idest citizens Is dead Eliza Crockett was held without ball at Pinovllle for infanticide J H Baughman Co bought of J B Foster 10 carloads of hay at 112 per taDW S Hopper cashier of the State tank of Jclllco was stricken with par ysls The town of Marioleon Pat was al toot wiped out by tire 150 houses irning Senator Money of Mississippi uscd- bls knife on a Washington street car nductor Richard Fleming and Miss Delphine ulcbman both blind were married In- New York City A friend for a joke played highway maD on Edward L Miller at Chicago a1d was shot dead Judge W H Baker one of the most eminent members of the Washington runty bar Is dead Prices of potatoes have reached 11 a ishel in Chicago New Cuban pota tocs bring 110 a barrel Sarcoxle Mo was swept by a fire wblcb destroyed 15 business houses using a loss of 100000 Judge Cantrlll cleared the COurt- room during the Berry Howard trial- and ordered the sheriff to allow no one to enter who would not stand a search Tbe judge had been informed that wea- ponl were being brought into court MIDDLEDURG Rev Gilliam In carrying on a protracted meeting In Perrvvllle Several attended the speaking of Hon Vincent Bo reI DC ttt Liberty- C L Pruitt Is domiciled in his nov store and Is doing a lively business The grand Jury returned over 100 In dlctments last court BO watch out boys Our now hotel The Criterion W T Dye proprietor Is doing a splendl business At the horse show here Saturday there was Only one horse that one be longing to R S Scudder of MCKIn- ney and bo was a bird James Eison and George Luster are in Lancaster on business A D Wet ley was In Lexington Tuesday looklnt after his Interests In the live stock bui loess Win Watkins Is attending the Con federate Reunion at Dallas Texas Supt J C Lay has gone to Wlnflelc Tenn on buIncs Rev L R God by and family are visiting his son at Riley Station Mice Marples of Louisville who ba been visiting Mr and Mrs McD Royalty of this place has returned home much to the regret of her many friend made while hare Jason Wesley at tended the base ball game between Central University and Kentucky Unl vcrslty at Danville nod reports a tine game Thomas Lay who has been at tending Ie U at Lexington Is at home for a short while Clarence Coleman who has been holding a lucrative poll lion with the Somerset Journal but now with the former stave king ot Ca sey Mitchell Taylor spent a few dav at home this week The Infant son of Mr and Mrs 3purgeon Sympson Is very 111 at this wrlllng but It Is to bo hoped that It will be on the road to reo covery by the time this goes to press Mrs McD Royalty Is visiting In Dan vllle IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr C H B Martin formerly of Danville died In Louisville- T J Kelluma of Bell was badly hurt by a cow running over him Dennis and Will McCullombrother fought In Clay county and Dennis was killed and the other seriously lojured The Bank of Perryvlllo will erect a brick building with modern ofllje ar ngements In which to transact Iti businessThe ace all outbuilding barn crib and nmokebouse of Henry Taylor sight miles West of Uarrodsburg were destroyed by lire Col JSoule Smith of Lexington will deliver an address at PorryvlIU Saturday night the occasion being an anniversary of the Odd Fellows lodge The court ol appeals affirmed the iudgmAtof the Boyle circuit court In the case of the Lal N vs John Shu makers administrators Shumaker a brakeman was killed in 1808 Tbarc have been three trials ol the case Flat a judgment of 915000 was awarded this was sot aside On a second trial ot the case a 10000 judgment was reversed by the court of appeals The court sustains 5000 GOOD FOR IUIEUMATISU Last fall 1 was taken with a severe at Lack of muscular rheumatism which gave me great pain and annoyance After try lug several prescriptions and rheumatic urea I decided to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I bad seen advertised In the South JtCeayrnan After two ap iHcationsof this lemodr I was much better and after using one bottle was completely cured Sallle Harris Salem N J For sale by Craig 6c Hccker drug netFOR rent or sate the house vacated by E C Walton Good stable end arden Apply at this otllce OIL leases printed while you wilt Tbls office NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBUBSS4S3HPron JUNCTION CITY KY IrstCloM Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orals and Slay For Sale tB8 LGXIDGTOn D8mO RLlC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region t Subscription Price 55 a Year n la eipeclally devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and give all the news without tear or favor car Walton Editor 8 Mgr Loxln ton Ky 5 i y S 1i ili 1 n- i GRAND LEADER 4 4 l IIlye traded with us If not conic in and WO will omol1atralc to yon iour superiority in selling you the newest and highest grade of nlCrclla11liSC- at J prlccs others ask for inferior 1nalitiCs t 0 S t Special in Wool Dress Goods t 54incli Vcuctinu nil colors worth 8125 our price USe 44iuch Granite cloth worth roc our price 50 cculs 14inch Granite cloth nil colors worth 8Co our price 59c i 125 Pcau lo Soic silk nil elmdce our price 08 cents 27inch Tnllctn silk guaranteed worth off ttl5 our price USe 8125 Illnck 1cau do Solo Silk our price 116 per yard r Fine lino of India Linens at Ii 7 81j10 I 12I 1 11 20 and 25e Ladies Shoes anti Oxfords prices from 50o o to 5 embracing the newest mid swellcst lino i l of goods ever brought to Stanford HausLevu Props THE GRAND LEADER FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE hones and Mull constantly on baud and tor sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager Painting Repairing 1 am prepared to paint and repAir your antcIastyleExperienced teed can your new for very little money J H OKEBIt Stanford Ky Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON liter tuuicastcr t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendl1 table Ever JlIng first clue Iortei meet all trains 89 EXECUTORS SALE A Splendid Farm In Lincoln County and a Business House tc Other Desirable Property In Stanford Ai Executors of the last will and testa ment of John 8 Murphy Sr deceased we will at tho front door of the Court louse In Stanford o- nSaturday May 10th 1902 sell at public auction to the highest bidder these parcel of real estate which belong to the otale of testator to wit 1 Thp buitnc house and lot on the southeast corner of Main and Lancaster streets In Stanford which U now occupied by John Bright Jr Co 2 The tract of about 40 acres of land situate In thecouthwet tern part of Stanford 3 The farm of about SCO acrea of excel lent land altuate about 34 miles from Stan ford on the Iluitonrllle pike This farm will ant be offered In two parcel one of about 10 acres being that part on tho north tide of the pikes tho other of about SO aero on the south Ide of the pike Then the farm will bo offered as a whole and the best bid in the aggregate accepted 4 A parcel of about IJO acres of knob land near Highland Terms of Sale One fourth cash remaind arm a one and two years with Interest from date secured by lien retained The purchaser to get the proportionate rents rom day ot sale and full possession Jan 1 1003 The purchaser of the 180 a tract on the north side of the pike U to nssume thqpay meat to loin Mary J Murphy of tho saw of 00 quarterly during no longer For particulars call on John 8 Murphy near McKlnney Ky Salo to begin at 2 p m k J 8 Murphy Executors Leave 3T- ourPrescriptions with us We do the rest Lowest Prices Consistent Wit Best Material and Accurate Work maqshlp CRAIG ROCKERS v Mens Clothing i We era solo rollers of DUTCH KSS TROUSERS tho best in tho world ovary pair guaranteed Tho prices range from 8150 to 500- Mens J nil wool suits S5IIOW patterns ami uptodate etylw Fine Clay Worsted suits worth 81250 ourSprint 0 etriotly nilwool J Boys suits from Cilia to500Si I 30 styles new Tulo De Xordo Gingham just in lOo yard 34inch Percale fast colors worth lOc at 8Jo per yard 5 30inch Percale fiifct colors worth 12c nt lOo per yard t i I SBL6VU u 1u ANNOUNCEMENT Having a select variety ol the very latest styles f s Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties c J it will interest you to look at these good and llllout the r prices Doing a strictly rash business wmiorr itxcrariox en ft1 ables me to sell at the very lowest figures qunlitiee cons4tlered Rejuniringof complicated watches R upccinlty Ii yon have your watch or clock properly rojMiired bring it to Jmo and I CAN ix IT Sat Cuctlon guaranteed I W H MUELLER j W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tacklecf1 Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY CLOSING OUT tI have decided to quit tho goods business nml havo advertised my store for sale Tile read ers of this paper know the kind and quality of waitingforhave an opportunity of buying firstclass t goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE o1te Q1c1BCe our 1 arasorrc line ogwaas io1afe Thffi1er Mrs hjOSrJeton iNEW JOB STORB Ilmor Storeroom Stanford Big job lot of Dry Good Notions Shoes Hate Caps Etc to close out and great bargains are offered All we ask U a trial Get our prices before buying elsewhere No trouble to show gooda M Snyder Son Stanford BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted I Fit GuaranteedGive a Call J H BOONE CO Proprietor s Livery Feed And Sale Stable truces Old Stand Depqt St STRHFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Travel- Ing Men 1boae No 08 p r t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Ant 25 1002 In Clllnp your proscriptions wo uio proportlouaodnot do better II yon paid us double tho price which l always reasonable Pen nys Drug Storo t I PERSONALS MRS M J VANHEVEBR li sick MRs J L BKAZLKY cooUDuellllI Miss MARY A MOHOIIKHTS Is sick MR J S HUOIIES li hero from Weil 0PlntOKO L PENNY It out after a long i Illness CM YOUNG and family are In Lou J r fivlllo Miss ETTA DULLU OLOYD who Is In V Cincinnati It III J U ALfORl returned from Crab Orchard Wednesday WALTER Huido ex sheriff of Pula b t 1cli was here yesterday Miss MARY COOLEY It saleslady at C Rotonttoln ft Cot store ATTORNEY W I WILLIAMS of Lan caster was here Wednesday- DR WILLIAM SIIIOTON li In Won NashTlllo with hit wife who It 111 n T LOGAN of Lancaster wu hero Wednesday returning from Loultvlllo r 4 MARY RUVAIIETII little daughter of Mr and Mr W Frank MoKlnney It tick PnoK M O WINFREY will conduct the teachers Institute at Columbia In JulyATTORNEY C C WILLIAMS of Mt Vernon was here ibis week on butC awes MR W C HLLIOTT and wife of Cin cinnati aro guests of Mr and Mrs John PJone- Miss ANNIE IRITCUETT of Dan Tulle It with Mn J W Wallace dur her Illness IiMltso n PAINE nod children of Boston are with her paruntt Mr and Mr W P Tate UARNH8 WBAKEN spent several days In Danville telling Lincoln 011 Gal L Mineral Co steak Mn J D CARTKR of CartertTllle liurranl county was in Louitvllle buy I tog goods thin week MR THOMAS D XBXVLAMU la assist log In George II Harris ft Con toro walln blIon II at Dallas HUUHBN GlVHNS of New Orleans It visiting his lather Mr George Miller Utvons In tho Welt End Anton BUCIN It assisting In Rein I harts restaurant Ills Job 1s to wall on the soda water ousiomors LOUIS n tAMS BY of Lexington was bare yesterday seeing about petting up bill board In town MR J W GUBST of Grab Orchard slipped on the pavement In Danville and badly sprained an ankle Miss SARA WOOD LYNN left Wed I 1 nctday for Cincinnati to attend Mlti- Mannenolmers School of Expression MR W B nANBroiio who Is doing well at Maocbciter In tbo practiceflaw Iwith old friends at ard MESSRS J n POWELL and S D Parrltb of Richmond were hero Wed nesday en route to Crab Orchard S Springs HEV GEO O KARNES Is bold In Dowlas Zion City near Chicago by t smallpox quarantine Mrs M E Welch tolls ui Miss MAny ANDERSON of Mo who has been tho guest of MI Sara Wood Lynn returned to b homo Wednesday MISSES LIZZIE AND MATTIE DEAZ LEY of Crab Orchard aro spending I the week with their brother Mr n Dcazley In Loultvlllo AT a banquet given the lady ofllcors of the Maccabees at the Gall bus0 Tuesday night Mr M F Elkin re ponded to the toast Our Ladles MRS BROOKS and Miss Molllo Brooks of Crab Orchard are back from Oakland and Lot Angeles Cal whet they spont tho wlnler very delightful Iv with their son and brother Mr Ja Brooks t TuG following oil men wero hero yesterday Edward F Loud and R A Richards Au Sable Mlcb V E Rlx Oscada Mich J B Bowles Lima 0 W H Clay and A P Goodlng Lex a ingtonMiss SUE ROUT who has a good po Bltloo In Beston ft Langona store at 635 4th street Loultvlllo Is well pleas ed and Is rapidly becoming one of that oltys most popular salesladies Bas Langen aro tbefinest ladles furnie ore In Louisville t LOCALS SEE our work harness just In Geo H Farris do Co I OIL Harness oil In can and bulk J 01O McClary I MR W P TATE has complotqd a handsome Iron fence In front of his house r I SODA WATERE L Ilolnhart baa started his soda water fountain Call and got refreshed f EGOS for batching Pure S C Bro Leghorns 17 for II Mares Mllner Haokloy Lytlo Ky I TilE Warren Grlgaby Chapter of tbo U D O will meet with Mra W H Biggins on next Tuesday afternoon 20th at 3 oclock t WE will sell remnants of hay very cheap for 10 days J n Baughman kCo a MR M D KLMORE bought of Jacob Glntburg his cottage on West Male Street for 075 UEMI SEED E Burdett Powell of Uuttonvllle line 10 bushels of clinics hemp seed for sate SELLS k DOWNS cuswill bo hero May 12 County Court day Instead of tbo Otb as formerly stated OIL stands 370 feet In the well on ShcrllT Baugbmaus farm The mean urcroent was made yesterday I REAM Mr Ream who for years conducted a fruit farm near Kldds Store Is dead at Abuquorke N M TilE Q willrun first 1125 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Too train leaves Junction City at 0 A M TIIF Ladles Aid Society of tbo Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs M O Saufloy this afternoon at 3 V u J T JONES bought of Mrs Frances Morshon her home In the West End of town for 1500 and has roofed his family to It Tile SmithWithers Oil Co ban bought of an England party the Welch tract of land on Groan River contain log 300 acres for 12000 Mr D A Baugb Informs us PLKASB remember our terms are cash and those who havoc asked us to ticket them for a ow days will pisses call and settle and greatly oblige J n Baugbman k Co- TAEBtAOMER6A largo crowd will likely witness the ball game between the Bloomers and the town nine at tbo graded school grounds this afternoon A good game Is looked for To TUB ASYLUM Sheriff H L Tate and Jailer J W Parsonsof Rook calla took Mls Sallle Lovlsy and Mrs Perry Leo McLemore to the asy lum at Lexington Tuesdays MR W B GOOD of this county has openod a soda pop and ginger ale bat tling house at Junction City Ho wlI ban lo soft drinks snip This oflloo got out his Initial order of stationery I GILLILAOD Mrs Gllllland widow of Thomas Gllllland died at her home near Shelby OILy of stomach trouble and was burled at Daovllio Sbo was about GO years old and twit no children ELIJAII BAUOIID I pt03 and a respected colored oltlien of this com muolty died Sunday of Brlgbts dls ease attar a short illness and was bur led Tuesday afternoon with G A 11 honors WUILB cleaning out an old well Mr J B Myers of Moreland found that It contained considerable oil In fact tbo water was so oily It could not be owed Tho well Is oqly 27 font deep Tint Perryvlllo Battlelldld Grave ard Commlsilooers have contracted or a monument to be 22 feet high cur mounted bya statue representing an Infantry Confederate soldier to bo placed In the center of the gravayarp recently purchased The Is to e eight toot iquaro and the monument will bo constructed of Bowling Green stone e Tim Independent Telephone Co elected the following ofilccrs at a meet IIaJ Traplofirr er J M Alverton secretary A H Bastln director as aro the above named oRlcers Rooms McInnepWes storaaod operations will begin In about 10 dove- SI ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST Messrs Rowan tiaufley and J M Alverson hive secured Walton Opera Bouse for the evening of Juno 18th and will pro mote their first annual young ladles maaagomoe4t r o from Stanford Lancaster Danville Somerset JIarrodsburg Hustonvllle Mt Vernon Lebanon Springfield Nlcbolasvlllc Richmond and George town THE Green River Development Chas o abandoned the well on Green rtve after going 1120 feet down and findIn hihe farm and other lands from throequar tore of a mllo ton mile from tbo Baugh man well and will sink a well on tbat territory at once Mr Grays company sunk tho first well In Lincoln county and ho says drilling will bo continued until oil is struck DRILLINU for oil I begin In earn net In a few days The Stanford OH Gas d Developing Co has contracted with South Bros of Glasgow to sink three wells on their lessee the Lincoln Oil Gas S Mineral Co will buy a drill log machine at once and the Central titeno Baughman and will begin drilling a second one tomorrow has contracted with South Bros for fivo wnlls Thirty days hence will we be- lIeve and wo have grounds for our belief prove that Lincoln county Is tbo best oil territory in the State WHITE Star Coffee Just In at Geo H Farris Gos L 30lClty Astcssor J E Penman cbllI ago ch eggsickensStanford d McKinney back line UNLESS our tasks are returned or paid for at onco our collector will call DlullhmaoDR BURRIS A JENKINS of Lexing ton will deliver the diplomas to the graduates of Stanford Female College at its commcncent In Juno NEXT WEEK Mr A c Sloe wile us that be will begin slaking his first shaft la search of lead oro next week The place selected lIon Mr F Reids farm TilE New York Clothing Dry Goods 5s Shoo Store lo the INTERIOR JOUR NAL building will open tomorrow when every purcbaeer of goods amount ling to 25c or more will bo glyon a pres oat BUT for the superstition that Friday journovdrllliniman farm would begin today As It Is the machinery will start up early In the morning I BIDS WANTED Scaled bids will be received until May 1 11XW for repair bulldlnJLllneaeter ItIIBeazley fc Co of Lancaster Ky Bids will be received separately as planned receivedbulldlolCTboJoel any and all bids J E Storaiet Chmn Bldg Com Lancaster Ky Crab Orchard Our merchants have their shelves well filled with the latest ep lag goods 1nd novelties lntormentsThursdayto old Aunt Barbara Middleton and John Craws Telephone poles by the eore togeth er with a largo lot of other kinds of lumbar await shipment at tbo lumber yard near the depot parentsDr tryman returned Wednesday to her homo In Rockford III Dr Stapp of College Rome Is In need of a reliable family horse Any ono having suab to dispose of may dad- a purchaser by nailingcTbo two Mrs Kllllo King and Miss Jennie Payne have a full stock of yandThe many friends of Mrs Sarah adtheir long sojourn In California Mr and Mrs J B Willis aro expect cd homo from Virginia nndwlll begin reparations at onco for the opening of tbo springs A largo attendance Is an tlclpated this season Wallace Gover was rendered uncon scious by a fall from a wagon Be and a colored boy wore hauling sod when a sudden start of the bores throw Wal lace backward but fortunately he es caped serious Injury Our llttlo railroad park Is being put In shape and as the showers come and go It will soon bo a thing of beauty and should bo the prldo of our town as our obliging agent puts forth her best ef forts to onbanco Its loveliness Aunt Clare Singleton Is critically 111 at her home In the country Mr n H Collier Is gradually recovering from bis attack of threatened pneumonia Mrs Fannlo Redd Is spending some lime with her son Charles Redd and family Dr Robert Itedd continues feeble Mrs Jane Buchanan returned Wednesday from a visit to her daugh tare In Louisville and Lebanon MATRIMONIAL J M Simpson of Montlcello and Miss LIlllo Hugncs of Louisville were married at Somerset merchantQwere one at CorbinlMleelealppttarmac county wore united In wedlocks holy bond Wednesday BILL PEYTON Col T p Hill the nester of the Stanford bar and Miss Mary Peyton drove to Danville Wed nesday and wore married In the parlors of the Clemens House by Rov E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church of Louisville Rev Powell was Miss Peytons pastor for several years and It was her desire to have him marry her Col Hills Danvlllo friends as well as friends of both of tbo contract log parties from this place witnessed the ceremony which though brlefwae a beautiful one Col Hill la one of the moat prominent lawyers In too State while his brldo Is a cultured and most excellent lady Frlende of the pair serenaded them Wednesday night when Col Hill appeared qnd heartily thanked them IPs Impure Blood I What is itasks the mother as she notices the smooth skin of her child marred by a red or pimply eruption It is impure blood and the child needs at f ueglUthe Tierces Golden Medical Discov ery the best and remedyfor the brood Itentirely eradi cates the poisons I corruptthe cause disease It cures scrofula boils pimples eczema salt rheum and other eruptive diseases are the die rect result of im pure blood It enriches as well as purifies the IaNt bensBtcdmy two soon wills Din St lIartrick or acrorulaIwith consumption and acrotula My eldest son was taken two or three year ago with hemor rhaKe from the lung It troubled blm for OYer MedicalDtscovrryover a year My younger ten had acrotuloua nothadicine Medteal as good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs askiogYouMedical Adviser the best medical book ever published fret by sending stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 one ent stamps for paper covers or 31 stamps for dotli iwund volume to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y HUMPHREY M H Durham lost a good milk cow lost week Joshua Durham sold his grist mill to Janice Hamilton for 8165 The weather continues favorable and tbo farmers are putting in goof time preparing for corn planting appointmentIevening preaching an excellent ser- moo each time The Bumphrey Stars and Walltown base bell teams crossed beta on the formers ground Saturday resulting In A victory for Wall town by a score of 11 to13Jacob Newton Vest one of Caeeys cleverest young lumbermen and Miss Lora Reid a cultured Christian lady of ibis section were united in wedlocks holy bonds They have the best wishes of their many friends A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Colds In Children II have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough to all who are suffering from anti colds ways has M Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It baa been some two ears wince tho City Dispensary first call my attention to this valuable medi cine and 1 base repeatedly used It and It has always been beneficial It has cured mo quickly of all chest colds It is es pecially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to euro them of hoarseness I have persuaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are alls weil pleased us myself over the re suite For sale by Craig A locker druggists OIL leasos printed cbeaply and quick ly at this oOlce Wool Wanted paytheat J II IJoono k Oof atable IIOO E k GENTRY Stanford Ky TIMBER UND FOR SflLEI In order to settle tbo artncrihlpbuilneis of John Itonta Jr cad J O Coulter Mr Uonta haying died latt December we will soli 2700 acres ot timber land in Adair conn ty Ky This land contains between 4000 000 and sOOOOQO teat of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract ot land le close to tho famous oil fields of Wayne county and le exceedinglywell adapted for agricultural pur el All ot bargaintouome KyOrHonta Faulkner Ky Notice to Contractors lly order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court made and entered on day ot 1902Iwill receive bids on the tot owing pike not later then Maya 1907 Rush Branch pike Stanford Dlx Klver Oarrard County and White Oak- Lancaster and Crab Orchard Sec S Danville and Stanford see S Stanford and MllledgoTllle sec 1 Stanford and sec 3 Doyle and Lincol- nTurnenrllle McKlnney and Coffeyi Mill son 2 3 and 4 DITCHING Stanford andJIu tonvllle No 1 and 2 Stanford and Lancaster Net 1 and 2 Danvlllo and Stanford Noa 1 and 9 Lancaster and Crab Orchard Nos 1 k 2 Danville and Iluitonvllle No I and 2 Stanford and Mtlledgevllle No 1 and 2 Stanford and Prcachersvllle Nos 1 k 2 GapIlaitonTllloStanford and Knob Lick I and 2- Hustonvlllo and Coffer 111111 and 2 Hustonvllle and ItradfordirlllA 1- lluitonvlllo and Carpenters Creek Klnpvllle and Pleasant Point 1 end 2 Rush Uranch Stanford Dlx River Oarrard County and White Oak 1 and 3 Lancaster and Grab Orchard 1 and 2 Boyle and Lincoln- Turnenvlllo McKlnney Station and Cot toys Mill 23 and 4 Attest QEO n COOPER Clerk 1 F 3iI I WARM WEATHER Calls for a spring suit straw hat neg ligee shirt new belt low shoes fancy hosiery lightweight un derwearfancy or white vest and new gloves Vc cater to the dressy trade and you will always find that we ate itf Jmensfitted up for spring t1 II Cummins S McClary tI A t 481j 3 t 8iiiftIf 0 C 4 N 4 eie M 4fI I wt HERE THEY ARE tof i- MI iThe season has comethe iHi 11 j mends thenthe goods are wait t fflHf ti boys from a lOc buckeye to a 2 Panama shape p f braid Patent leather and Vici low cut shoes from i If y150 to 350 per pair tf thex13 trytpI HHJMVIcROBERTSi JJ t GG tItiae Ni cwkpyk e e cqi e i wdti e yis iie i+ itwivr w e 4 wee G Wlt I i NEW H SPRING SILKS 1 1 I 5cITaffeta Silks in all colors and black at Penn do Solo washable colors and black at UScrWash Silks in a dozen different combinations at 49c 1 Silk Tissues m pretty styles at t27inch black Taffeta 50cI27inch Peau do Soie silk at 36inch black Taffeta at 81 30inch black Taffeta guaranteed at 125 40inch silk warp Sublime at 81 I tyastableSPECIAL 25 and 35t I I ll We have all the new sheer goods for commence ment dresses Persians French Lawns Mauselaiu do Soic c IBatiste tI Sons New StorerifElii B r QUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points See and examine our line before buying Plow and Wagon Harness Smooth Barbed ShovelsCloverRanges Hardware Groceries Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit every week Bring us your produce Phono orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery 0JOHNCorner Opera House Block j Nicks Garden Seeds are tho best qn the market G L CARPENTER W G WITHERS I I GUNNS Sectional Bookcases Beautiful convenient uptodate Carpets Mattings and1 Wall Paper Withers furniture o tt u ut t r ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottGjflce oi Stanford at ooondclau mark ysxa42x1Gnr aJPAb11 1 PERYEAR CASH t Mr When notoondal2oOwill UehsreH A S PRICE jDentist Stanford Ky OllOno UcBoberts Drug Store in the Owiley Banding IIOReA JONES I DENTIST i Stanford IC Ottcelorcr lIig IDs 4 McKtnnoys Start Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop UoKinnv may Hake and keep constantly on band the best of Flour Meal Shlnstnff Bran Chick on Feed ic Prices very reasonable Gas tea grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Haler I BROWN fi BROWN Attornovs tlawO- Scctn Meontc Utl SOMERSET Room 0 KY JTWIH practlp In nil th State Courts also la United SUUw nod Bankruptcy Courts Collections tnilo unu ruinptlv a e MONUMENTSlUREJZINO1 White Hroniu u to stone In the monument business whalr the Improved drophead sew ing machine Is to the or the car Is to the old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It U Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of your ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted silver ap pearance Please huld your order until you OLD Investigate It J C McWhorterJigso GRAD OUOHABD KV J+C jCbMYEMBALMER And DoalearIn XABlTESf 94 DDLESY 0 Stanford Kv DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St Asapli HotelStanfor- dmtti HU 6tli One Day Only Now U the time Dont t your best friend your eye I examined and ttuaeacfesttficahy adjusted Dont neg lect your childrens eyes Ofilce hour U a m to 9 p mi k t awtathharnrn trca oed vilkKureUiHtr ncis OU U rt cltmPjkupstbe roujtuurflte and cut The barneii not salykeep like new but wears twic- ealaogbythe I L use of Eureka llaroaa Oil f SoldrLcre I X In CADa all dreg vMade by JCompany P A WfS OjL HOMEFORSALE My house and lot it Mlddloburg Casey county Ky Most desirable property In the town Situated near Mlddleburg Normal College being originally built for n dormi tory Oooi garden orchard and out bulld Inn Correspondence solicited Call on or addressMITCUEL TAYLOR Burnslde Ky ERDILLEHAYDA1T7JLLB Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices BEAZLEY ft HAYS UNDEBTAKEBS ALSO DEALERS III Furniture 9Inttln sRur And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK PENCESTANDARD Is a brown hone 16 bands high Sired b Uenil full brother to King Rene 1st dam by Almont Forest son of Almost Sit dm Oarrard Chief sire of flash Duke 3d by Pfonera Gray Eagle 4th Jam by Copper bottom Pence Is a hone natural speed has a record of 239 as a 3joarol and hasshown trials InllO Pence Is ono Df the best breeding horses for blghclat t eastern horses that has ever been In this ounty make the season at our stable at 110 to Insure Money duo when colt Is foaled If mare Ii traded or moved from locality season Is due and must be paid Mares kept at reasonable rates No responsibilities for accidents J It A E U IIEAZiEY KING EAGLE King Eagle U 15 hands Inches high dark liar with flowing mane and tall goes all th nits wit lentv of speed Iyle sad action Sired bY 1101 ring Flntdjni or tide lllrd 24 dam by its Uon3t dam tiT lamb Denmark he by JIUI Denmark 4th dam Jim Bell tboroiuhbre- dNoTKKopa King wn stud by the JUt Oa rime Helis full brother to too great Sllre ClDt and AIMe Otha areaahow mare that soli 000 King ugle zJ dm lt the dam of- 3Jnnl e nod the great chow mare that MIU ohenwon everywhere with In IBM and told for SOU Kin Eagle will make the tuon at ml table 2mien west of Stanford on the hbelb NIT Illtiiat the low price of 110 to Insure a lit lag colt Will also itand the noted mule and Jack BILLY KEENS atSSfor marundl fur tnnotts to Insure a U lng colt Dilly Keen wa Ired br the grill Ton Kline Flat dam by Bur prb he br the Imported Palermo 2d dim b7 Le1 hobbles lrlnce the sire of Joe lllackburi ud IJrlgoollL Dilly Keene stand full IG hand black wth white sod u a breeder h- uneurpueedaamuleorennettlekIt Ult coll rill show for Will also let that great 8yearold Jack JIM EENE serve about 20 mare at IK to Insure a- I1vlog colt Jim Keene itanJi full is hands nl iDcbet high black with white points lie wa tree by the great Ullly Keene Mare traded q tel with or bred elsewhere tor- felta the Iniurauce and money becomes due at tbe Ume of luch transaction For further particulars Idreu S T lIARKld The French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 ID French Coach HorteSInd Rook of Amer ICa also In Republic Frnncalae lla- rasNatlonaux No 12883 Winner of first prize at triO National Unl ersal Exposition 1807 and In U9S ompetlng with over COvtalllons Imparted by fit Tlchener k Co of Chicago In 1898 Oolor bay with small atari black points 18 K hands high weighs In working order 134 pounds tale April 28 1894 Bred by- M Lomeiend of Commune of Uubersvlllc epartment of Lamorchl got by the govern lent stallion France dam Charmuntl by eDard second dam by Revolution Quasi will make the present season of 1002 at my arm two sad onohulf miles from Stanford on Uustonvlllo pike At v0 the Season or ill to Insure a Living Colt ORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full Brother to Estelle 2r10y Sired by llcadl Golddust 4400 by Oolddust ISO by crmont Morgan dam by llcadl an Im orted Arabian stallion Dorsey Oolddnsts dam Is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a- on of OatTs Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan stallion descending rom Justin Morgan on both sides the test amll of road horses known Dory Gold dust U a dark bay full 16 hands high and elgbs 1 200 pounds a proven and uniform reederof high daM road and Eastern hors- ee combining all the qualities for harness and saddle are In demand at top prices Will make the present season at my farm StanfordAt Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule jack at 17 to sure Mares kept at59 cent per week No re lonslbllty for accidents or escapes The- tat of personal Attention given F REID Stanford ICy J t TWENTYEIGHTH DERBY Loulsvillo meeting begins Satut Y May J Greatest over hold In B n tucky One fare round trip on Derby Day May 3 Clark Day May 10 Nur eery May 17 and Kentucky Oaks May 21 on other days a fare and a tblrd The running of the Kentucky DerbY la to Kentucky what the Coronatlbt II to great Britain for since 76 wben tbe great Arlitldes passed under tbe wire a winner Interest In that event has been annually augmented until every lover of that noblo animal the horse awaits with unusual anxiety tbe decision of that classic race Inwh Iho entire continent Is concerned Del by day Is a gala holiday la Kentucky and on the afternoon of May 3rd thou8 node of people will see 10 or moro of the best three yearolds of the East or West taco the hag In the t9ih BDnual event This blue ribbon event will mark tho opening of tbe 19 days rac Ing with a stake each day In whlcb the best weightcarries of the West will participate The New Loulevllle Jockey Club has found It necessary to add more stable room so great bas been the demand for quarters from horsemen oil over the country and 00 the day of tbe opening more than 1000 thoroughbreds will be at Churchill Downs to contest for the liberal stalrel and purses offered by the club Not less than six races will bo on 3ach days card with liberal additions to tbe purses The railroads made a rato of one fare for tho roubd trip on Dcrby Day May 3rd Clark Day May 10 and Oaks May 24 while on other days a faro of ace and a third will be glv This Is the cheapest rate over olJered to see these big racing events The Derby offers a better race than for years for besides the 10 or more hlb elate colts that will start the race will be an open one thereby Increasing tbo incertalcity of the result and adding In erest to the event The stakes constitute tbo best offered In the West Bod the Gentlemens Cup Race on May 23 vblch has become suoh a feature will lava nearly a dozen gentlemen rIders Items From Somerset SOMERSET April 24As this Is my- lalt day In Somerset and I have a few minutes of leisure I will drop the I J- a few lines I go to Durnsldo today to accept a position with Mitchell Talor at that place It is with regret that I leave tbe Journal My relations with Mr Campbell have been most pleaeant- I may be making a mistake In qulltli active newspaper work for tbo lake of- a few extra paltry dollars though I trU8t not However In this day of bUI- tlo and bustle and race of life It leeml tollsh to me lodged if one doest look out for his own Interests and It for tbat reason alone that IthouJb Ith some reluctance accepted Mr aylor8 proposition However I am not an ex by means neither will 1 quit newspaper work but will repr snt the Somerset Journal In all Its 10 tercets at Ouroslde I will edit tho urnsldo department of the Journal Somerset suffered another conQsgr tloo Monday night when the large lumber mills of Soule Elrod were burned with a quantity of lumber Tho railroad company did valiant service ID touching the flames Tbe company 1081 Is about 85000 Dr John Ross who had been In lee- ble health for several weeks vast died ddenly at the Colyer House Monda ght While his principal admen wae pneumonia It is thought that hear falluro his demise He W8S 69 years of age nod bad been a regula practitioner until falling health Fu exercises Wednesday at the Col- yer HouseC C LANDSTOCKCROPSETCC Loulsyllle can get the coming S ate- fair bv providing a guarantee fund of 0000John Cook has farmed out his Perch Bell Jones oferon stallion to John imerset Charles Lutes Is In Cincinnati with- two carloads of hogs he bought In AdGlr and Russell at 6ie A bunch of 1600pound cattle eotd lit 7c at St Joseph Mo This Is the hljlhest price ever recorded there Some corn has changed hands lately at 8260 There is a great deal mon corn In the country than many think Horace Bowman purchased of George COjZar the M M Leach property on- MaiD Street for 13000 Danvllli NewsB Sanders sit Bro bought of Free rsytho and Kit Cblnn 200 180poutc bojZs at 6Jc W C Carpenter bought 40 shoats forJuly delivery at 6 cents irrodsburg Herald I will stand my jack Jim Porter at- my farm 4 miles East of Stanford 00- tbe Preachersyllle k Stanford pike al 1750 to Insure a living colt Mares only served Money forfeited if mare Is- moved or traded without satisfying me- mare U not In foal Silas Ander SOD3tBEAUTY AND BTKENQTH Are desirable You are strong and vl- orous when your blood is pure Many nay most women fall to properly dlgeft- theIr food and so become pile sallo- thin and weak while the brightness beauty and freshness of the skin and com ploxlon depart Remedy this utipleas aDt evil by eating nourishing food aod- taking a small dose of Herblne after eacb- meal to digest what you have eaten W at Pennys Drug Store MT VERNON Wednesday night wo heard tho Orst whlppoorwllls song this Spring and be was using his whip at a lively rata Students of Collegiate Institute aro making big preparations for cob menco moot which takes place April 27th to May 1st Franklins ginseng garden ootorprh Is looming up A colored boy named Crnso at Crab Orchard dIed Tuesday night shortly after eating a hearty supI perJ T Cherry and other Brodbea parties have formed an oil company Bnd will organize at an early date Your correspondent mapping tho terrltor In this county for oil leases The telephone situation hero Is very encouraging to tho manager who bat devoted his time to tbbt enterprise for past three years Within next two weeks the county will be thrown opoo In subscribers at tl for residences aod 1160 for business and professions houses andeomcesITom Hackloy of Lincoln who hae been on tbo Western coast of Orego since last December still tantalises hili kinfolks hero with tales of his wonder tot catches of big fish crabs and she fish of killing deer bears mountal lions etc Says he may remain thor tbroo years Is making money from his expedition by the sale of game nib etc William flux tho West Virgin merchant and oil king le a native c- this county and before the Mlddloi bJro boom worked In a furniture fa tory bore atM cents per day We bethought that ovary place In our count had been leased by oil men but tinll that tho county clerk Bad deputy aro still rushing their pens to keep up tbo records In that line J A Laodrum railroad agent hero had his foot severely mashed by a heavy Iron fatting upon It Monday afternoon Joe Nowland of Crab drab ard U running depot for him Jot McKee an employe of the Langfon quarry while assisting In pushing a- Clr fun and tho wheels passed over hi foot crushing It so badly that the doo tore had to amputate It from Instep to irons portion of bottom of heel One of our friends lost two nlgbt sleep because we failed to state In our Ml letter when giving longitude and atltudc of Mt Vecnon whether it was Seat or West longitude and Kit was forth or South latitude Any child hat has studied a primary geography e yen for a few days knows that wo live forth of tho Equator and dont live U Surope or Asia nod should also know bat thn cheapest and best the INTERIOR JOURNAL Is published In Ken uckv The oil fever Is on here now and li engaging the attention of our people No exoltement on the subject howev er It seems to be a plain proposition fo one hero doubts that there U oil In rest quantities in our county and a lumber of our business and profession al mon and farmers are working to develop the territory Oil men from oth er States are here leasing and buying eases and everything looks favorable for an early start on several wells which no doubt will prove to be the Iggest thing for Rookoastlp that over appened WellesDid Christian Science cure you of rheumatism Syckley No but rheumatism cured DO of Christian Science Judge r Try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the beet physic For sale by ralg HocVer druggists LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route General Assembly Presbyterian Church Jdckeon Miss May 15 Southern llaptlst Convention Asheville N 0 May 610- ConfederateI Vomeus Clubs Los Angeles Oal May 18 Noble Mystic Shrine Ban Francisco Oat I June 1011 Knights of ITthlas San Vranctso Gal Aug 1112 Finest train service In the world t Low rate tickets good on all limited train for the above occasions De sure your tickets read via the Queen t Crescent Route and get good service xLw jIMy stock s wear is complete For Lutlics MISSOH we have the Drew Selby Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed Twentyone years handling shoes Our millinery stock 1 is complete Give us a call She ear e- wl3c er Smpom HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE ptTti EALKUS IS I Carriages Buggies Phae V Itons Wagons Buckboards Harness I Full find complete stock of the above always on hand and i arc sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes 4This beautiful 11 k foldlDa Ifitted with an Elgin or Wallhairt move merit std warranted 26 yean for IWhen wanting Anything In our line dont fall MO the new and beautiful things we hue In our handsome took Komomlmr our Mr Murray Is a graduate of one countrybunyoubuygiaeses JepalrIng Murray McAdams Jewelers d Opticians Danville All We handle therte Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterling and Eagle Buggies A better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition If you want the best buggy made come see our stock Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKYI First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was established as the DeHMlt Hank ot Stanford In lilA then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In IKM and again reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is fetter supplied now with facilities for transacting business promptly and well than ever before 1U long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited r J Shanks 0 Farmers business 15 Officers 8 HOOKER Prost J J e W II WRARBN Bk- prDirectors Reid Lincoln Cu- B T Harris Lincoln Co J 9 husker Lincoln Co Wrp Walton Lincoln Co Oolllor Crab Orchard M I FRmore Stanford B II etAUford T 111111 SLanford Jas Iobln ou Hubble J II llauehman Stanford W 1 Tate NABOTH 10016 I Standard Itule 0 Itpcord 2191 Sired bv Walslneham MM sire of n t and many others In the stet Natath sire U II son of feu Flat dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc IDA ton of and 2SO I the dam of Norlalnv yearling record 331 Second dam flew alter Jr hy JO sire of Dexter 2t11U Third dam Jessie Clay 45 sire of Ht Julian 3114 Ilodlne 310 and IS others that have pro Also sire of tho slam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Eclipse Nova Naboth Is a bay IS hands hlrli tooled June ts 1888 Ills Iho blood Hambletonlan George Wilkes Matnbrloo Wilkes Illot Jr Will Stand at 91O to Insure a Living Rill also stand the noted Jack KINO at 18 II C BAUGIIMAN I HAPSBURG 509liar stallion 181 bands high lly Hotter 36 Imported lit dam Boy 831 1 2d dam by Preserves 823 First data Trinket S Imp by County King 110 2d dam by StanfordOlficerst 868 3d dam by Darnaby 070 4iu dam by Grand Turk 138 NOTE From tho above pcdlgrre you can see that naphurg Is II r Day English Coach Horse a beautiful mahogany bay with 101 hanks weighs 1375 pound drives wale gentle and kind with sine stjlo Can show a mile better than 3 minute and anyone wishing a high to breed on StAndard fired mares for getting style speed and action horse Will Stand at 9IO to Insure a Living 3W1I1 also stand the splendid 18 bands and 1 Inch mack Jack 18 for mares and fit for Stares grazed at tl month which In all calves must bo told before Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGilMAN LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL u CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO J Directors J n Paxton B Owsley 8 II w Walksr Geol ffi Carter to In of Successors to The Dank k Trust Company and under same continuouslyGfor811years SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such relations will prove mutually beneficial J MoUOIIHUTS Chr F llaughman WallnJlbalO Itarabletonlan lIambletonlall 8 U SIIANICSePresident J D OWSLEYCashier t t W M OIIIOIIT Asst Ouble- ri