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I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 9 A M NO 18 1 I NEWS NOTES Sol Smith lUmoll loll tUOOOQOO Jailor Sblpp loll dead at Vor allle Grant county bad Hi fret rain of the year this week I GOY Deokhnm wilt sea tbo Derby run at Louisville Saturday Waller Dillon city attorney of Franklin has the smallpox William O Walton an luvcntor of note died at Paterson N J T J Ilord proprietor of the Hord deadp4pediedWilliam McKinley Oiborno United Stake consul general at London I+ deadThere It a stampede to the new gold fields In the vicinity of Band Creek Moot Seven girls wero killed and 30 Injur prfactoryThe protracted meeting at the Bat tilL oburob at Falmouth resulted in 20 addition Five person were killed and 23 In jured In a wreck on too Santa Fe near Medlll Mo Sol Oborn and Bud Little were killed by onicer In Floyd count while resitting arrest A number of Jew were sent to prli on In Kuiila for attending a forbidden Zlontit meetingaThe quarterly payment of 11000000 In pensions to Kentucky pentlonor will begin Monday Clarence Vance Oat a young man accidentally shot and killed hlmtelf near Campbolltvllle t Mr Thomas II Paynior wife of l Justice Payotcr was painfully hurt In a runaway at Frankfort It Is Hated that J P Morgan gets 112600000 In stock In the shipping combine as pay for orgaultlng It Mrs Ullrhh Loiter of Blmore i IIroUob while celebrating with her bus their golden wedding dropped deadGov Bockhatn ha+ notified tho Con I federate Uome Commissioners to moot In Lou11111 a next Tuesday for the pur J pose of organization 1AtDetroit Mr Adeline Sage crazed death of her little child poured I kecodene over bewelf and set It on lira ISbewas burned to death walIJ persons are known to have been klllvd and between 10 and 60 persons aro In juredgi tbe cruiser I Chicago were sentenced to Imprison meat for term ranging from three to four month by the courts of Venice I Italy for disorderly conduct At Brandenburg Ernest Dowley a Negro who shot flurry Dowoll a white 1bo at Uuston wits taken from Jail by d a mob carried halt a mile Into the 1county and hanged to tbo limb of a tI I The presentation of a handsome ell ver service of 100 pieces was tbo tea 0 turn of the flret day of the visit of Ad ulral Schley to Memphis Tcnn Tbo gift was purchased by contributions from elllaens of Tennessee Alabama r Arkansas and Mississippi W W Lea Individual bookkeeper of the Pint National Bank In Nash villa and T P Brady a commission J JulltvIof 151000 They will bo sentenced la f ter J II Connor Brady lorm partner asserts his Innocence and h trial was begun Lea claims that ho l permitted his personal friends to over draw their accounts The amount to t obtained was about 101000 GOY Jicckbam appointed trustees the Confederate name under the M I Donald bill as follows For two year s II D McDonald Louisville Senator W O Coleman Sulphur R A Brow der Fulton Foyelto Uowltt Frank fort R E Duncan Ilawetvllle for three years Leeland Bathway Win cheater J H Bosartb Owoniboro Dr L H Blanton Danville C L flame t Boston Dan D Terry Cadiz for four f years Col Bennett II Young Louis c yule George Mattlngly Bardstown I Dr J L Jones Franklin T T Qedg- a Rogers Gap H II Ewing Owln J Tlllo WHOOPING eouan A woman who has bad experience with this disease tolls how to prevent any dan gerous consequence from it She uys Our three children took whooping cough last Summer our baby boy being only three months old and owing lo our giv log them Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much bettor health than oth or children whose paentu did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call I lustily for cough syrup between whoops JVSIE PIN EY 11 ALl Springylllo Ala This remedy U for solo by Craig A Hock or Druggists The highest of all navigable rivers Ii- I tho Tea gpo which flows for nearly 000 miles at an elevation of from 11K to 14000 feet Hon F P Combust on His Trip Is IIsome bo surprised to boar of mo attending the reunion of the old Confedt at Del lea I have boon traveling around In the Lone Star State for 10 days and vise ited various towns and bavo sees le Rlape or old Kentuoklaos among them John Goode now In the livery business sod Tbo Jasper a bloated booker at Piano Goode le doing well and Jas r Is tusking lore of monoy In tbo business 1 0000 capital and 130000 surplus and 10 per cent dlvl deed and paid a loss of 110000 that tho bank was robbed of In 16 yours Is cer fairly a bonanza At McKlnney John Page formerly county attorney of Casey hen gotten rloh In tho real unfair business and acticing lawsR N Adams super tendant of tbo Fox Grocery Co and brother of our Charley and Bceohor Adams and brotborlnlaw of J P Goode of Ouslonvllld hoe a floe trade- dan Is located right aubo depot There aro quite a somber of Kentucky peo pie In MoKlnnoy most of them from Adair county the Debonoye Massle etoAt Valdotta there la anotbor colony Of Kenlueklans with J W Combo + t the king ben Be bas about 3000 cores of black waxen load worth 10 per acre and a big atom and soften gin and a ranch of Jack and jennets that bo pure coabasedtwo vear ago Moat of this colony It made up of Russell and Pulaski county people I will sot glen a list of them now Well at Anna Texas thorn It colony of Caeyllot among them C Rlgglnt and boys 2 TSbawead boys Aaron Terrill and non Combesl Jot Sbaw Iko Shaw Jo B msCbarlet Cra vens Austin Smith Henry Cuodlff Ueok Arnold and lot of others Tha aro all well satisfied and have One prospect this season Corn looks flno from ankle to kitec high Wheat sod one look well Whoa It beading In One shape Somo havo commenced chopping cotton which It the big crop hero Everything looks nourishing and the weather warm and floe I bad forgotten to mention my brother Dr D O Combett at Prosper on the Frisco railroad between Sherman and Fort Worth a sax town and rail road Be Js pleated with hit now town whloh It three months old and rapidly and In as flea a valley of land as there Is In Texas Ho owns about 500 aoros of tbe blank waxoy Wo started from Junction City on the Q ft 0 through the tunnels over the trestles along the C S to Chatta nooga thence to Now Orleans over tbo Alabama Groat Southern Croll Lake Ponobartraln 22 miles just b fort reaching N O Crossed too Mil sissippi on boat thence through thrice folds of Louisiana to Beaumont Texas whore tbo oil flold rival Jam Fryot looacpuatqwalls and W M Myers Dr Barker and 0111 Cowan s Wayne county gushers I think tbe BCasey 011 Company might do well to bore one of their prospective wells at Beaumont at ihev would bo at likely to End oil here at In Casey Tbe Confederate reunion was a eat o seas to far as tbo crowd was concerned It teemed that all roads led to Dallas txhiob It a fine city and In a beautiful country The city was packed with sardineles n every corset and liquid refreshments as plentiful Tboro were about 1000 tents ttrelchcd on the fair grounds and tbo old boys In gray enjoyed then ofsuites and thought they could whip the rest of tho world Ono old general remarked that bo would sot bavo Burro n dared till yet had bo known there wero so many of them left F P COMUEST Almost a Tragedy crodwd gathered at the depot Their horrified gaze was fixed on whet seem ed to be tbo body of a welldressed colored man suspended In midair ucroes TclephoResuggestions but fear was uppermost in the hectic of the spectators not ono having tbo requisite norvo to tulle y tbo unfortunate on tbo deadly wires Happily Mr Jones arrived on tbotcenc and bo soon bad some of tbo attaches of the railroad second the poles end roo move the supposed corpse to terra arms Blanched faces soon assumed their natural aspect when It was dis covered that the cause of tho commo flea was a dummy used In trout of ono of tbo leading clothing stores On the breast of the coat was a placard stating that Soils fc Downs Big Show would In Stanford Monday May 12 Tbo Amalgamated Association dot mined to Increase Its defense fund from prcpredforoccur LANCASTER Mad dogs aro reported qulto preva lentA Sunday School will be organized at Sycamore Sunday Oil interests and olldovclopmcntaaro almost the only topics of town talk There Is some talk of appointing 8 D Rothwoll and Matt Slier as policemen H A D Marksbury believes Garrard now rank Oral as a hemp producing county Miss Mary Burnslde recently suffer ed a painful accident by running a nee die Into her hand A well to now bring drilled at Car torsvlllo this county by the S E leD funky Oil ft Gee Co Many of the farmers are very busy earn planting and a few In favored lo calities have flubbed The Christian Endeavor Society no Tuesday evening was well attended and tbo creditable sum of t25 was realized Tbo ladles of the Baptist churn- wore to well patronized at their court day dinner that 78 more applied than could be fed W R Cook recently had stolen a handsome gold watch a highly prized birthday gift from his uncle the late Wm Robinson The pupils of tbo Oth and Tib grades e give a picnic today In tbo Hudson woods and will be chaperoned by Miss Janle Shurostofograduation In tbo May9tbItith and 17th for colored leacbors Ma AMisselade of tbo Hubble section and Mr Mulky of Arkansas were married tbo brides home Wednesday Elder A R Mooro officiating froYm moro a of James Naylor for IBS Charles Burdeito bought nine shoats of H House for 830 The Christian Endeavor Society will hold a bazaar on Saturday afternoon and evening at the Odd Fellows Hall This organization It most thriving and patrooalrePreparations are being made woo tertain tbe Eighth District Christie Endeavor Convention trblch meet hero next week There will be a tw day session and from 60 to 75 guest- are expected The W C T U will hold an open session Saturday afternoon when Mrs 1 E Woolford will conduct tbe devo tlooaloxaroleeanodblesdamceWllllsIVsldeo m son and bites Olivia Sweeney furnish the program almosufatal accident on last Tuesday In nom way his horse fell on him badly brute log him twisting and spraining ono of eehis limbs and causing a serious wrench which was at first supposed to bo fraoturo The accident was tbo mar unfortunate as Miss Bllza LUlk1i mar riage was to occur there the following dayb1leebfsryThompson left last night to attend the State C E convention at Gyninlana Mrs J H Sympson hat MlddleburlrMr DenzloyMraro vlslllng Mra A U Baatln Mr noyerMothis vicinity Mr and b1t1a Thomas Adams aro at homo again attar a Win ters sojourn In Florida Cup H I Forblt of Columbus 0 has been th guest of Mrs Margaret Ilobba MM JoaAraoldandllttlasonotRlobroandI NIcholagvfllIs o continues ill NO LOSS OF TIME I hue sold Chamberlains Colic Chol era and DiarrLcca Remedy for years and euglto threshers that could go no farther and mornlnbIIIt I will be seen by tbo above the thresher I wore able to keep on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this remedy your home For sale by Craigk Druggist The members of the Methodist church this city have entered upon the work of raising tbe money to build A now house with tbo usual Methodist earnestness and on last Sunday they secured pledges for 89400 of tho 812 I 000 contemplated Carlisle Mercury beMary had a little lamb Likewise little cow C3 ereThe ld thcintto a butcher man And has a furious OPW Tbo question of having a school at Paint Lick Is bolng Lincoln Oil Gas mineral companu of Stanford Ky ncorpofflfc Capitol Htock 20000 Par Value of Shares 81 Full Paid and NonAssessable Olllcors J II Baughman Pros IIYoillCnJy Directors W M Bright W it MoKlnno blake all drafts postofiico and allkindswill be mailed with draft attached to any brink designated by subscriber The Officers nbof J II Ubughman S Co and none m successfulillingrho State und in also a Director of Stanfordlysuoo05sfulbusln I A T Nunnell VicoPresldent is in terested in and connected with the hurt ness and saddlery firm of Harbison haIng r said firm W U Woaron Treasurer book ofStunfordand allyII County ttorney of Lincoln county Our Prospects aentraatFloydandand Wayne Barren and Allen on the Southwest Before the war Lincoln county had attracted attention as an oil territory and today this county is promIsing ofLhewhore the limestone and tho sandstone blend Stanford is the connty seat o BaughmansIt is proper to add that this is the only well that leas ever been drilled north of IllvilleIn COUNTIESIThe Boyle county grand jury return ed only 16 Indictments countyfrombay LexloJrtoobad coA Deaf and Dumb nine of Danville beat Hustonvllle 18 to 14 at base ball the other day stileoinfirmities of ago The Now South Brewing Co at Mid dleaboro with a capital stock of 8160 000 has boon Incorporated A dose of morphine given by mis take caused the death of Dr J C Beards little child at Bradfordsvllle Walter Donham son of W R Dane bam accused of receiving stolen prop TueeI igs was out only a few mla sees broughteShelby Irvine of Richmond has Juat toeOpera Co which showed i at Centervllleh was arrested at Rich mond on a charge of jumping a board bill They bad no money and went to jail Tbelr baggage was levied on Chester Green In jail at Lebanon seeks his release by habeas corpus pro ceedings In the United States court Ho Is a traveling salesman for a Cin airmail firm and was arrested for sell lag goods without a license Two parties of revenue officers went on a hunt for tbe same still In Clay county Rod Deputy Collector McCoy Asand tbreo of isle moo wero captured by a posse under Deputy Marshal Thomp son They wore released after mutual explanations Dorererat the depth of 1010 feet struck a largo vole ores of sulphur water which was be laved at the time to bo only an lodlca flea of the near proximity of oil It has since been found that tbo drill piece trated a vast underground sea of un fathomable depth the water rising In one night 500 feet and It now within a few feet of the mouth of the well A roaring sound la continuously heard coming from the unknown depths and wellTbotbo fact that It Is Ice cold the natives would begin to flee tbo wrath to como 160d Map showing reopens of Lincoln Oil Gas x Mineral Company Made Figuresonand traditions of this county warrant ed the belief that oil could be found in paying quantities here local capital ins too timid to risk the venture nnd it romalned for tho Central Oil Kytoprominently before the people On tho 7th day of April 1002 this com pnnybrought in at a depth of 020 felL a producing oil at an estimated gravity of 32 degrees and capacity es from 16 barrels to CO barrels welldefinedastreak conservatively estimated In feetIe uadertakinIboostlnqbusiness a we produce the following analysis from the chemist of StateCollegeLexington Specific gravity 32 dergees li Distillate distila IiIg oil solid rmldue 10 total 09 percent The Company has the property und while the larger investors will re ceive the larger return every stock holder will taro alike The acreage In Lincoln county loaned by this Com pany amounts to 3000 acres and the louses are of good life fully a third of the leases are within a radius of one half mile of the well In addition hose leases arc in the main adjacent DaughmanfannOf those leases a tract of 142 acres is within 102 feet of the well With an oil well ao close of admitted quality and quantity produced from un oil shad 12 feet thick tho Company confi dently asserts that It may reasonably tangible j i ties of the company are great and com mend themselves to the reader The first location will not lie further than one tulle from the L N railroad to which the oil by reason of the lay of the land will gravitate The railroad runs im 1 mediate through part of the Com pans holdings Address all communications to tho Lincoln Oil Gas en Mineral Co STANFORD KY j M M B rJ J J MIlIv OUR I r m t EfSUITS 0 IIArc correct in shape und fit whether you 1m J j theEJ rri ff11 Just arrived Ii InspectionJl I I IT PAYS TO TRADE AT j THE GLOBE 1 Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing L t a Your money back it youre not satisfied 111 E T D IIIILLEB Danville KUrd + o M =n m f nnI r1 trnr 1mr 1 tr l r r11 r r 1 It r 1fl1lflU1fr1fr r Still ItGrows I EWe have given such satisfaction in the way of quality and price that 3C our business has increased tenfold during the past few days We are = over ready to serve our customers and friends and to that end we now propose to give them prices in summer goods that will startle tho nn Our present Block must bo rushed from the shelves to make Sroom for moro goods which will arrive in a trw days As stated in our announcement we propose to carry a stock of = DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES HATS w CAPS GENTS FURNISHINGS a Eequal to that of any city in thIs itate and more we will make prices = BU low that by tho Iliac tbe balance of our goods arrive the New York = Store will be known at the bargain house of this city For the pres = = ent we will soil Mens Every Day Pants at 70o a pair Misses and SChildren Shoei at your own figures a full dock of upto date Shirts al43c musical Instruments at your own prices Boys 60c Knee Pants = s for 23c a big etock of Ilats at the verr lowest prices If YOU will Eonly call and examine our goods and get our prices It will mean many == doll at s wed to you in the opursl of a year Yours for low prices The New York Store C ROSSNSTEIN CO lIIIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII unuumnuu nUl1UU UU1U1UUSl t tlVi bi J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL M E C WALTON I W P WALTON j theKR H HENNINGER Of Wayne Count Is t candidate for State Treal urtr subject to the action of the Democratic puty IT will be a deserved compliment to Judge Cantrlll and CommonweaU1 Attorney Franklin to receive renoml natloni without opposition awl report8 from the Frankfort district are that they will likely do so Both of tbese gentlemen have been severely vUlOed by the republican assassination prets as well as friends of tbe scoundrels who brought about the death of Gov Goe j bet but It has not swerved them from their line of duty one Iota They are of the kind that threats dont Bcare nor public opinion move SILVER Is so low that tbe expert counterfeiter can make a dollar coin having In U the requisite 4121 gral of silver ninetenths tine at a coat of about 40 cente This Is a temptation to fraud too great for the resistance of skillful raicals They palter with con science by Insisting that they make as good coins as tbe government selllr their product for government prices and charging nothing at all for tbelr laborCONGRESSMAN BOREING should read up a little ills statement in the House that thd Eighth district has a record for lawlnsaness far surpassing tbe lltb is too thin to be seriously con aldered Tbe ParsonStatesman sboul keep himself posted on the doings In his home counties while he Is In Wast ington making laws and studying hoi he can defeat Hon Ed Parker and Co Cotton IN nine years plucky Mark Twain has paid tbe last cent of a debt of 81CO 000 and purchased a 150000 home besides He was 69 years of age when be commenced the work of honor Most men at his age would have spent tb Itrest of their lives repining Instead of off their coats and rolling up their sleeves A PROMINENT Kentucky lawyer bas been stricken with paralysis while milking a cow and a wellknown cltl zen fell dead working the garden What splendid excuses these fatalities furnlsl a man who had rather have his wife attend to the cow and vegetables FOR a prohibition State Maine seem to hold her own with her less fortunat slaters The latest printed report sbow that there are in tbe State 1191 liQuor dealers 15 wholesale dealers two rec tillers five breweries 200 retail dealers and 29 wholesale dealers LOUISVILLE Is to have another ref publican paper Looks like tbe Post Commercial and News ought to suttici the rads of that city However 11 Lexington can support two republican dallies Louisville ought to do pretty wee by tour- KENTUCKY can no longer boast of the youngest governor In the U S Wm McCrosky Washingtons new ex ecutlye Is only 28 Kentucky still claims the distinction of having the beet governor In the union however THE editorial rooms of the Chicago r Tribune are to be 17 stories above the level of the street If the oil business continues good here that wont be a patching to the I J building la a few years JOHN S RUEA says ho Is again a candidate for Congress In the Third We predict the democrats of that distrIct will select a better democrat as their standard bearer We hope so at least TUB Adair News a firstrate deme cratlo newspaper offers to take sub acrlptlons at lOc for three months It II Indeed a bargain In fact we thought the paper too cheap at tl per year FOUR George Washlngtons have tak en tbe bankrupt law at Owensboro along with two Thomas Jeffersons and one Andrew Jackson Truly there Ii nothing in a name THE editor of tbe Monticeilo Courier Is evidently ao admirer of horses oth erwise he would not put stallion advertisements In his editorial column THE BlueGrass Clippers Illustrate industrial edition of 12 pages is a daisy We extend congrctulatloas to Brei Cooper on his effort THERE Is a prospect of beef going to h 50c a pound May the good Lord have mercy upon uSi the trusts have none whatever POLITICAL J S Campbell has been appointed postmaster at Alger Clay county Hon W J BryansJecture at Paris has been changed from May 7 to later in the month The president nominated John De veaux colored to be collector of cus toms for the district of Savannah Ga over the protests of Savannah cltl itt Y zenar t riera aMaM1Mi James N Willis has been appoint postmaster at Falmouth I William Henry Moody took the oath of office as secretary of the navy yeste dayIt said that Gov Beckham will oon make his announcement as a candldai to succeed himself as governor Parker Boreln and Colson cand dates for Congress In the lltb will meet In debate at Columbia May 19 Congressman Gilberts magnIficent speech In defense of Kentucky wal printed In yesterdays Courier Journal The House passed by an overwhelm ling majority the Omnibus Publlu Build- Ing bill The measure appropriate 115820450 The hill for Injunction against the beef combine has been completed at Chicago and word from Woshlngtoi to act is awaited The President has ordered the trial by court martial of Major Edwan Glenn for administering tbe water cur In the Philippines + No opposition having developed to Hon D H Smith for renomination for Congress from the Fourth he was declared the nominee The court of appeals decided tho mayoralty contest case from Covlngtoi In favor of Johnson who had beer given the certificate of election Angelo Myers one of tbe officers of the Distilling Company of America says the liquor Interests of the United States are forming an organization and will enter politics The organlzatloi will be used In the interest of the can didacy of men who are friendly to the liquor traffic THIS AND THAT H B Wilkinson bought of Isaac Hubbard a 1050pound beef at lie A train struck a carriage at Ke aneo III and four lives were lost The consumption of beef has fallen ofI 37 1 percent since trust squeeze began Hanse Tuttleot Montlcellowas probably fatally injured by a freight traIn atBurnsideLutes Co shipped to Clnolnnat yesterday a car load of bogs they ought at 5 60 A tornado devastated Daca and ad olnlng towns In India and over tOC persons were killed While temporarily Insane Mrs Ben McKinney wife of an editor at Marl etta 0 banged berself Daniel G Reid of the American Tin- Plate Co gave 3050 for a pair of car laze horses In New York Tbe silver Jubilee of Bishop Spald- Ing formerly of Louisville was celebrated He was given a purse contain- Ing tS200 While In Russell county Charles Lutes bought of J M Stephenson 30 200pound cattle for Oct 1 to 16 delivery at 4c- Between 12000 and 15000 members of the building trades went on strike at ittsburg for higher wages and reduc tlon In hours Princess Radzlwlll was convicted of forgery at Cape Town and sentenced to two years In the House of Correction The conference of miners and mine operators at Central City reached an ereement on a scale ot wages There Is little cbaogo from the scale of last yearA Hunn bought of J D Walker of radyville last week four mules for 1120 R K Young purchased 125 sheep In Cumberland county at 12 65Adair NewsIIn Memory of Girdle Cash Death Is sad under almost all clr3umI inces but especially so when ItcomcI to the young This is written In mem 011 of one whose life was suddenly cut 01Y In her early youth as a late frost lasts the early budding plant ere It looms Into Us promised beauty Cir die Cash the 10yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Cash was taken sick April 18th and died on the 21st of sarlet fever She was a sweet lovable girl loved by all who knew her was rood of Bible stories and familiar with such fable history Her young life ave promise of development into a enulne beautiful Christian woman ood She was the light of her home but now dwells In that world where here la no need of the sun neither of the moon for God and the Lamb are the light thereof May God bless and ustaln her bereaved parents and remind them that We see but dimly through the mis and vapors Amid these earthly damps Vbat seem to us but sad luneral tapers May be Heavens distant lamps J W H rONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYING FOR IT In a recent article a prominent physl cian says It Is next to Impossible for the physicIan to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent he his but ono re- 1I0rt left namely the drug treatment Then medicines are used for chronic con Ipation the most mild and gentle obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed TheIr use is not followed by constipation as they leave tbe bowels in a natural and ealtby condition For sale by Craig it rocker Druggists American ginseng Is worth wholesale 14 to tO a pound in Hongkong Sang Is considered a necessity by- the welltodo Chinese who use It lor- a stimulant and attribute to It many medical virtues Korea sells to Cnlna about 832000 worth of It each year I Crab Orchard Evervone Is rejoiced to see the fine growing weather of the lilt few days and the farmers were never more bul ly engaged Our fair it Is said will bo a certainty Shares are being rapidly sold Rnd everything points to success In tbo worthy undertaking Mrs Dr Pettus continues to Improve and will soon be sudlclently recovered to take a drive Joe Nfiwland Is vial fag his mother Mrs Alice Newland Alter a long struggle with a complication of troubles Aunt Clara Slngli ton as she was familiarly called by old and young yielded to the call of tbe death angel She was one of the oldest citizens of our vicinity and was weU known and honored by all Until recently her mind had been much Impaired but for some time previous to her death she was possessed of her reasoning faculties and expressed her self nil being prepared for the summon but did not want to die Quite a larg gathering witnessed her burial In the cemetery where Bro White made a few appropriate remarks and all the was mortal was laid away to await the resurrection when wo trust Aunt Clara will stand amid the splendor of rainbows on the shores of glory Ivan Fish ot London Is spending a few days with his mother Mrs M E Fish Mrs Fannie Redd has returned to Livingston to her daughter Mrs Dr Cooper Miss Rebecca Mulling of Otten helm made a pleasant visit to Mica Louise Stapp and other friends Dub Edmlston and wife are on a vial to Mrs Dr Burgle at Richmond Rev Bruce of Danville is mingling will his flock hero this week and will flit hll appointment at the Baptist churcl Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Will have returned from their trip to VII jlnla where they had a delightful etay with their daughter Mrs Dejarnett Misses Lizzie and Mattie Beazley epee several days with their brother W U Beazley In Louisville Mrs Hallli Harris Is having a nice visit to her parents Mr and Mrs D B Edmlaton- In Louisville Miss Ida Riddle of lice Llok has been a visitor to Mr John Middle here Mrs Kittle King took a nice lot of millinery to Livingston last Saturday disposing of most of It very profitably HUBBLE S M Luce is able to be out again J C Eubanks bought some fat shoals of J F RIgney at 6c Rid A R Moore will till bis pulpit at the Christian church Sunday after noon Jos Floyd of Casey county made use tying visit on his way from Loulsvlll his week Miss Eva McKeohnie entertained a few friends Saturday night In a very harming way Walter Mulkey of Arkansas and lies Katie Miller of this place were united In marriage at Luther Under roodsJ Walker sold Pony Beazley some corn at 83 at the crib Wet Sutton lold some to Garrett Woods at same price James McKecbnle sold some to ieorge Wood at 13 10 delivered FOR RENT I On Wednesday May T 1003 at 10 A u at- mv residence on the Urab Orchardpike two mllu from Lancaster I will offer for rent to- the hlgbttt and best bidder In boundaries to lit the renter about 500 acre of pasture and about 75 acre of clover meadow nDd about 30 acre of timothy meadow enters will be required to give a gilt edge note well Interest from dlto and payable In six months from date At the same time and place I will offer for lie about 100 barrel off corn In lots of five barrel with privilege of 10 the same term and also Ore or six good butcher cats MRS EMMA E PERKINS Cleveland Dare Sired by Chester Dare First dam by Dlack Squirrel 2nd dam Back Fa te and dam by Hughes Edwin Forrest Chester Dare Is tbe sire of King Chester sold for 12 000 Custer owner refused 13000 for him May Queen tlZSOjSllrer Dare 1200 Sa- dIe Graves 11150 Dorothy 1000 Gen astleman refused 1500 for her Daisy Dare 1000 atn not certain but believe entucky Star sold for 11500 and along list 01 other from 1500 to tlOOO NOTE Cleveland Dare la a tine styled borse und his colts are large and fine one- of his costs was shown 10 times and was only gfcated once and sold for 5250 as a yearling Ue Is a olld bay 15 hands high Will make the season of 1002 at our stable In Stanford Iy AT 115 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Due when colt is foaled or mare parted with NOTEWe will give 20 to the best colt by leveland Dare to be shown at our stable In Sept 1903 See him before you breed J R E H BEAZLEY Stanford Ky GOLDEN WEALTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil THE GREEN RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO has commenced operations on the Dr orris farm one mile from tbe Baughman ell running day and night A big well Is expected Tbe Baughman well has been estimated by expert oil men who saw it ailed to be good for at least 100 barrel per day and of high gravity Illuminating 011 Wells of this character are far more valuable than a gusher All of our holdings have been carefully selected and we confi rutty expect some big wells In near future We now offer a limited number of shares for lale at 40c a share tho par value Is 100 a a share fully and non assessable Buy dont delay when we get a big well this stock will be advanced and prob ably withdrawn from the market without notice 25 shares Is the smallest block the company will Issue Remit by certified teek or postofflco money order or call on address S Gray General Manager Orab Orchard Ky or W S Pouts fcecre tary and Treasurer BlueOeld W Va T ayi S- 5 i1e i i SI O S Y a S e 0 1 1 d i i i I GRAND LEADER i4 f Everything as advertisedno exag J geration or misrepresentation Igg J e tt i Clothing for Met Boys m Glildrei f i our entire line of prices fZ t- Readi i O northit 812 tho Grand Leader price is 87G S Mens all wool Oxford suits nicely lumlo and trimmed tho price was 810 the Grand Leaders price is 8708 f Mens all wool Cnssitnero suits finely wodo i and trimmed the prico was S3 Grand Leader price is 8550 Mens suits well mado anti trimmed and k serviceable price 85 tho Grand Lender prico is 376Dutches trousers strictly nil wool and war f Haus Levu Props 0 0ta P o e e 5 U 0 PSs i Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING OF loot Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines asparagus small fruits and everything for lawn and garden We have no agents but sell direct to the planter U F HILLENUEYEfl Islington Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE SWSTOSSftSJIIPrcrs JUNCTION CITY KY Flr tda s Turnout sReasonable hates Special Atiootlon to Trawling McnIand liar For Bale LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route General Assembly Presbyterian Church Jackson Min May U Southern IlaptUt Oonvratkm Asheville N 0 May B1- Confederate Woman Olnb Los Aegeles- Cal May 18 Nobles Mystic Shrine SUB Fmtttooo 08IJune Is1t Knights ot Pithlas Ban HraMtoo OaU Aug tilt Finest train service In the worML Low rate tickets on aUNtied trains for the above occasions- lie inre your tickets read Yia the Queen crescent Route and get geed service EXECUTORS SALE A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County and a Business House k Other Desirable Property In Stanford As Executors of the last will and testament of John S Murphy Sr deceased we will at the front door of Court House In Stanford o- nSaturday May 10th 1902 sell at public auction to the highest bidder these parcel of real estate which belong to the estate of testator to wit 1 Thp business house and lot on tbe southeast corner of Main and Lancaster streets In Stanford which is now occupied by John Bright Jr Cot The tract of about 40 acres of Und situate In thosouthrestern part of Stanford 3 The farm of about 260 acres of excellent land situate about 3 miles from Stanford on the Hnstonville pike This farm will first be offered In two parcels one of about 180 acres being that part on tho north side of the pike tho other of about 80 acre on the south side of the Then the farm will be offered as a whole and tho best bid In tbe aggregate acceptedI4 A parcel 0 about 250 acres of knot land near Terms of SaleOnetourthcasb remalnd er In one and two years with Interest from date secured by lien retained The purchaser to get the proportionate rents from day of sale and full possession Jan 1 1003 The purchaser of the 160 acre tract on tbe north pike Is to assume the pay ment to Ira Mary J Murphy of the sum or- ilOO during her lItobut no 10nJer For particulate call on John S Murphy near McKlnney Sale to begin at 3 pm W II J 8 Murphy Executors jranted worth 83 GO Gmnd Leaders price is IDutcheasworth 225 Gnuul lender price 8160 V Dutchess troll oru finely mado and trjulwcele worth 8ICO Grand Leaders price 8208 e Special lot 200 pnire unlinctf Jeans pante f a strictly nil woolworth SI and 125 Irnnd p Lenders price 70o j Special Boys pants all woolworth up to 81 Grand Leader prico 2Jc 4111 sizeri 1 I THE GRAND LEADER CB S I ANNOUNCEMENT I qIfHaving a select variety ol the very latest styles of Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties c it will interest you to look at tlteso goods and flied out the 1rprices Doing n strictly etslt bIISiCI wITnorr xctwrtoN enInhles e to soil at the very lowt figures jtwliiM considered of oomplientod watchoa A If you haveHelmirillg specialty your which or clock Mug it to im and I CAN DO IT Satisfaction guaranteed We H MUELLER I W B McROBERTS i Wall Paper TackleI Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY JJ CLOSING OUTI hmo decided to quit tho goods business and rl have advertised my store for sale The rent ers ofthis paper know the kind anti quality ofItho goods I handle and while I am waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods ou I hnvo an opportunity of buying firstclass- goo at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE NationalOf Stanford Ky Bank Capital Stock 500001 Surplus 10000 r This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1658 then reorganized athe National Rank of Stanford In 1685 and again reorganized as the First National of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 ears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited I lIe KY Fit a S mOre S J S HOOKER treat JJ MoROBEIlTS W II WEAKEN Rk- prDirectors F Reid Lincoln Co B T Harris Lincoln Co J S Mocker Lincoln Co W P Lincoln Co S 11 Baugliuian Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Iloblnson J H IlHtiahman Stanford W P Tate Stanford f Barbourville Oil Gushers The 4 largest oil gushers in Kentucky good for 1000 barrels each daily were drilled by W M Dabuey with n celebrated 1 STAR DRILLING MACHINE The Star haa beaten all records Bids furnished for drilling wells Write for prices W M DABNEY Kentucky A ont KY CI The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Goods Warranted GuaranteedGive Call LCVUw DRUGGIST Fishing First RUPLEY OffJcsrsi ChrI Walton JII00lllerCrabOrcbardI Hubble BARBOURVILLE JH BOONE CO ProprIetors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STRIW014D KY New and Stylist Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 08 VTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky MAY 2 1002 In filling your prescriptions we ueo tho right medlaIt ee In the exact propor done and with proper taro Wo could not do bolter It yon paid ui double the price which Is always reasonable Pep nyi Drug Storo PERSONALS GUY BALLOU It back from Toledo 0 MK CICERO REYNOLDS li on the pu ny list 1 MR J S IlEtNHAHT le In tho throes of grip Mlt S T BARRIS was In Lebanon yesterday GEOROB A BBNHDICT U up from I 4 Washington countyIMRS MARY PKEWITT of Loulivllle li with Mrs W P Tato DR R A JONES was In Washington City during his recent absence MRS E T lion of Laacaitor lea patient at Joseph Price Infirmary MRS J W ALCORN and Mlis Pattle Alcorn went to Louisville yesterday Miss Lizzie WITHERS REIDO Dan ville was holding her own at last ac counts Mu J W WlllTT of Tazewell ITonn was here yesterday looking for a farm Mlts J n MOALI9TER spent several date with her son Foster NcMlsterIn Lexington MRS JAMBS P BAILEY who has been 111 was able to drlvo down town Wednesday MRS IL L WALLACE of Pafnt Lick spent several days with Mrs 1Adella Woods MR O W McOARTY of Lebanon spent a few days with his pretty sweetI heart at Rowland MRS BowiN P MORITX lets jester r day for St Louis to spend a few weeks with her husband MDBUAMBS M J ROSSKLL and W T Smith are visiting Mrs J M 81 t bold In Lexington Mum OWSLKY weal to Lexington Tuesday to take a position with the Lexington Democrat RT RKV Biaiioi McCLOSKY 0 Louisville spent several days with hie friends at Olteehelm- Dit3 I D OLIHIAJI and wlfeof Kirks ville were bore Wednesday returning from tbe Dallas reunion ORB J F PEYTON and IJ J Drown spent several days fishing in Itoekeas Ue river near Livingston MR MILLARD P ROUT one of our substantial Garrard county patrons paid us n call Wednesday Dir H GOLDSTEIN the optloian will be at the St Asapb Hotel Tveidar next May 0 One day only WK hear that Sam Walton Sever roportorialI SQUIRE J A SINOLBTON and daughter Miss Maud Singleton of the Pleasant Point section bate both been j 111 LINCOLN WELLS of Casey passed jJ through to Whitley yesterday where ho has a force of hand getting tanbark i MRS ANNIE McCLARY suffered an I other paralytic stroke Wednesday night and Is agile In a dangerous con ditionMR T J HILL SR who has been was well enough to come to Ww 1eeo biro and his friends were glad to MRS MAROAItET Houns of ter and Mr H K Forbes of Colu bus 0 were guests of Mrs Boone in the Maywooi section DR A S PRICE is back from a pr tracted stay at Crab Orchard Springs T greatly Improved In health He wl resume work Monday MRS W L MCCARTY and Ml Elizabeth Meade Crelehton of Kings ville wore here Wednesday Tho bitter paid this ofttco a call 1Jn ALCORN and family have moved to Stanford from the Turncrsvllle sec tlon and are occupying a cottage on Logan Wo aro glad to havo them MR AND MRS T W HAMILTON are up from Henderson Mr Hamilton who was hurt some time ago In the k N yards there Is Improving but e not well yet by a good deal WALTER W SAUNDERS who had the misfortune to shoot himself in tho e band some months ago had to have finger taken off tho other day The member had given him trouble sloe tho accident MORRIS FRED spent Wednesday an yesterday In Cincinnati buying goods for his storo on Depot street which his daughter Miss Minnie will run M Fred has engaged with U Rosenstoin Co as salesman and will make that firm a Rood man LOCALS NICE line of Summer millinery today and Saturday Misses Straub OAUUAOG sweet potato and tomato plants Ed Hubbard Stanford 2t r Bio DAssDr J F Peyton caug bt a 3Jpound bass out of tbe water work lako the othor slay MR AC SINE isaklgg a search for lead on B T Lunsforda farm near Preaehersvlllo and Is well satisfied with tho prospect RlUD the advertisement of the Green Illver Development Co and buy some of Its stock while you can cot It at 40o on tho L- LUTzDr LUTZ of Oernstadt who came hero for treatment some days QUO died Tuesday night He was bare ly alive when ho camp BARNES WEAKEN hasmoved bis news depot across tho street to tho EI more building Jesse D Wcaron now bMalInnoyeA DEPTH of only 100 feet has boon reached In the second well on the Daugbman farm A hard thick rook was encountered which hat greatly retarded tbe drilling PLEASE remember our terms are crib and those who have asked us to ticket them for u fow dope will please cull and settle and greatly oblige J H Baugbman Co TilE L N willroleroundtrip tickets to Louisville tomorrow morning at one taro good till 20th The same rate will bo given on tbo 10th and 17thM good two day account of tho races HOUSE BURNED B Petzolds home near Ottcnbelm burned the other night and It Is generally believed that It was sotonflro Ho carried I860 Insurances in the Blue Grass Insurance Co of Lexington MAD Doe KILLED A mad dog which bit William Huffman horse and dog and two of John Gains bone was killed by Messrs Buffman and Gal DOl near Gilbert Creek Wed es day It Is not known who the canine belonged to A DISPATCH from Livingston states that W R Dllilon L Sons have sold their taw and planing mill at that place to Shanks Co of Memphis for til 060 cash Tbo latter firm will erect a j pump and furniture factory giving cm ployinet to 100 moo WHATS IN AiYSAbBTThere are big shows combined and graatostsbows on earth but only oosx aggregation truthfully sustains the title of tho best show In tbe world and that Is the comes lefTins State Hoard of Rqualliatlon In created Lincoln countys assessment 13 per cent on lands and throe per cent on low Tbo members of the avove board may know more about tbo val ue of Lincoln county property than the owners of It but we cant see why they should A FRANKFORT special announces that Gov Beokbam has received 9CO from tbe war department the first In stallmont of money due the Kentucky troops for service during the Spanish American war from tbe time they were mustered Into tbo government service This will be good news to tbo boys who volunteered to light for their country THE following telegram was received by Hon llarvoy Holm secretary of tbo Lincoln 011 Gsa f Mineral Co yester day afternoon Au Sable Mich Re serve 600 shares of Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Co stock for parties hors E F Loud Mr Loud II a son of tho president of the Central Oil Gas Mining Co of Lexington which owns the famous Baughmao well Orders tba above company came by mall tester day I Gilm Js Comic Opera Pina tore by tbo Choral Club on Friday boeot amateur or pro DanIsome chorus has Cueer his direction their work has been de veloped until they sing with rise spirit and finish of professionals The char eaters of the teat will all be in able hands I IN DEMANDJ W Cteael In jail hero for safekeeping seems to be want Ho forLgory and a letter received by Marshal Jones Tuesday from Granite O T states that ho Is wanted there on a elm liar charge C D Robor who U cash ler of a bank at Granite writes that Castoel Is oleo wanted by tho Commer clal Dank at Eureka Springs Ark and Thdo cue man aod the writer thinks that ho should bo doing time in some penlton rocrWagoner I T by P W King states that the writer of it honored a draft for Cattcol which proved to be cold 1 Mr King adds that Casteel swindled different parties In his section for sums aggregating fully CSOO Ho refers to Casteol as a preacher and says he held a revival In Arkansas where he is charged with beating the brethren out of a hundred or ao This Is pretty tough on Castool but as ho has recent ly professed religion and was baptized by Rev J W Hagln Sunday before last we trust ho will bo forgiven for his sloe by both God and man and that henceforth ho will Jead a different life Certainly there is room for Improve moot GENUINE Virginia saddles in stock J O McClary FRESH SaturdayatGeorge H Farrls k Cos Go to John P Jones for stylish Oxfords and Colonial slippers I A METEOR foil near Danylllo and mlleslNorthy E C Walton Good stable and Apply at this oHlco a iUNLESS our sacks aro returned or calliman A Cd I DONT buy your dress goods until youM see our new Etomines and Natty elothlIour stock le always the latest John P Jones Itheter has sold a car load of Dcerlng bin tiers and mowers this seasonDIT was here yesterday thatIrs J n Minks bad been appointed postmaster at Moreland in the placo of her husband who died several week agoalA HOLDER here of two shares ofI Beaver Creek Oil stock refused 1100 for them yesterday Geo D Weather lord of Hustonvlllo Is president of this companyarTUB Stanford Telephone Co Is put ting In new poles and wires and making otbxr Improvements Tbo poles aro 45I 45 teat high and most of them aro asIstraight as arrows JAILER UCRRIN bas about completed his soring cleaning of tho Jail and fine now turned his attention to tbo court house yard which ho Is putting In ODe condition By the way Mr Henna is making an A 1 JailerIOTHER men have labored nod ye have entered Into their labors will btI Rev J W Haglns subject at the mornlDgThere ningitOLD MBAT Mrs Margaret Hobbs of Lancaster who was here yesterday returning from a trip to Cumberland Gap showed an I J representative apiece of bacon 40 years old It had been kept In a pit and looked as if it would eat pretty good In these days of hlghprlood meats MBRSHON Mr John D Mershon lolls us that an unole of his who bad the same name died In Pendleton county a few days slnee leaving a wife throughbothwounded four times and In a light In Stanford between tbo two wara ho wa shot through and through by a ma named Saddler He was a splendid man Mr Mershon Informs us as brave as Julius Ciiar and the hardest work ing man in his county ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST Tho fol owing young ladles will tako part I the largest elocutionary contest glees in Stanford Wednesday Jun 18th Stanford Misses Polly Traylor and Sara Wood Lynn Lancaster Miss MayAdameHarrodsburg Miss Mary Kay Bailee Beaumont College Miss Murna Clare Curry Somoreet Miss Maude Gtrdler Lebanon Miss Mary C Boldrlck Springfield Miss Rose Cleaver Sub jccts and other entries will be announc ed later Saufley Alverson Mgrs AT the council meeting last night It was ordered that the guttering and pavements on Mill street be repaired CountyTelopbone on the sidewalks and streets wero or dered trimmed a number of were allowed the liquor license of W H Traylor was transferred to Traylor Jr Rico and lour extra polka ware nam ed for circus day An ordinance wa passed prohibiting fast driving ao training broke horses on the streets which will be published later The Stanford Telephone Co was ordered to place all 6f its poles on one aide of the street To the Telephone SubscribersI and the General Public Companybaeing telephone service to the citizens of alwaysbeonpublic a service that would be satisfac tory sad through the agency of repre sentatives who would be courteous and competent and who by their conduct and good service would emphasize to tbo public the fact of the company appreciation of the patronage extended This policy of good treatment will be continued In the future and tbo date mlnatlon of the company to always fur ntsh the best possible will be ampbg sized by the contlnu attention to ne improvements and new lines reaching mOre and more out into the country until every citizen of the county will bavo an opportunity of putting hlmsolf in touch with the system by means of our lines and telephones We have just arranged with the Bus tonvlllo exchange for a free Inter ignoranceBlow out the gas and furnishes the newspapers with a jest and an notice Didntknow it was loaded may be neverbroughtThose who let a cough run on dangerfind sequences when the cough develops into lung trouble snakeisitlatacts ical Discovery will cure n at the beginning But when is deep thebodyMedicaliscovery C3Seloutofecrybundreil effect perfect permanent cure My tiuiband had been coughing Cor year end people frankly told me that he ould BO Into ton NoL armed but looked for the bunting a blood AUerthreethe room The doctor did him no good I twfiohandedmtabottlebey hUlbaadl remrtry was remarkable In three day seer he began n+ lAg lr llerceaolden Medical Discovery he waa up and and in two more days he went to Two bout cured him workI The Common Sense Medical icoS paste in paper covers is tent jeer on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y change of service to booa fide subscrib ers This really adds a great malt telephone to the lilt In conclusion we bavo to say that If others operating with Inforlor Instru moots and using obeap apparatus and bk c og cheep lines desire to compete wiUj u we will not during such com petition consider at all the question of the cost to us of rendering service to you but we will do whatever may be- ecessary to protect our Interests and will therefore be to your advantage to refuse to tie yourselves up In any longtime arbitrary binding contracts to sop one but leave yourselves free to take advantage of the very beet offerI that may be made from time to time Our property can not be converted or transferred and wo will therefore protest It as far as possible whore it stands Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting Its continuance and assuring you that we are In for the war we are Yours truly STANFORD TELEPHONE Co H C WRAY Mgr n MATRIMONIALn Mrs Dora Howard three times a widow and OS was married at Youngs town 0 to Wllllatu Maywood just 21 James G Saunders of Harrodaburg and Miss Rose Bradley of Wortbvllle will bo married Monday Mr Sauo theocompetent that ere soother week goes by one of youngqtcr boy who Is the woo of leading law yer OIL otliceily at this Wool Wanted paythoat J II Roooo He Ooi stable UOONK a GENTRY Stanford Ky TIMBER UND FOR SOLE partnerohlpbneineue Ilonta laving died last December wo will loll 2700 acre of timber land In Adalr coun ty Ky This land contains between 4000 000 and 5000000 feet ot Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This fieldsdadapted for ngrlcnitutal purposes All at the land Is In one body and It U a bargtfl forsoino one For particulars apply to KyOrbeta Faulkner Ky Notice to Contractors ny order or the Lincoln County Fiscal Court made and entered on tho 22d day of April 1B02 1 will receive bids on the following not later than May 9 1907 Rush Branch pike Stanford PU River Oarrard County and White Oak- Lancaster and Crab Orchard sea 2 Danrlllii and Stanford sec 2 Stanford and Mllledgerllle see 1 Stanford and Knob Lick sec 2 and Lincoln Milltnlmnlra Stanford and Ilustonvllle Nos 1 and 2 Stanford and Lancaster Nee 1 and 2 Danvlllo and Stanford NOR I and 2 Lancaster and Crab Orchard Nos 1 3c 2 Danvlllo and Iluttonvllle Nos 1 and 2 2rGapIlustonvllle 2w2 Hustonvlllo and Bradfordsvllle 1 Hustonvlllo and Carpenters Creek Klngsvllle and Pleasant Point 1 end 2 Rush llranch Stanford DU River Garrard County and White Oak 1 and 2 Lancaster cod Crab Orchard t and 2- Itoylo and Lincoln Turnersvlllo McKlnney Station and Cot tope Still 2 3 and 4 Attest GEO D COOPER Clerk 4 Snappy Clothes for Men r IroperijTo wear clothes with the shoulders curve of back roll of lapel loose trousers anti other de tails that mark the apparel of tho well dressed man it is no longer ne cessary to go to the merchant tailor We have them in this seasons cut j null design and they cost you half t1ispeoples wants 1 I Cummins 8s McClary 1 t I l I Childrens Clothing this season are things of beauty and a look at our stock will convince you Wo have 2 piece doublebreast sullp 3piece little mens suits chlidb sailor suits and this out represents the popu lar Norfolk suit We can fit your boy H 1 MROBERTS I INEWTnflbtn Silks in ull colors and black at 85c 4Penn de tie washable colors and black nt 98c ci1Yarh Silks in a dozen different combinations at t9eiSilk Tissues in pretty styles at 50c t 27inch black Taffeta guaranteed at 81 i inch Peau do Soio silk at 110 en 36inch black Taffeta at 81 36inch black Taffeta guaranteed at 125 40inchsilk warp Sublime at 81 SPECIAL Sewing Silk fon Veiling washable25aad 39f I 1 IWc have all the new sheer goods for commence ment dresses Persians French Lawns Batiste Mauselain do Soic c I Severance Sons New Store j E1ii iS i QUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWireStovesRanges everyweek i given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Cornet Opera House Block f r Dicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market 0 L CARPENTER W O WITHERS SULTANA SHADESsomething now Sideboards anti PAPER for the walls Carpets Poles for curtains and Picture Frames RUGS Smynra Moquetto sand flatting rugs and Rocking chairs v I XGRANE Carpets Brussels and Straw Mattings Tn out stock you will fina- lGood a grade of goods with no spring in prices WITHERS FURNITURE COMY 1 THE JNTER1ORJOURAL Mitred n the fOilofflct at Stanford at soaredclass matte- rTwtrallahaTuoa y tMuSZTldswfi 4T t 1 PER YEAR CASHt Whsa not sopaidSBaOO will btcharted AI 8 PRICE I Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OBctoTr UcBobertaDnig Store In the Owilej I Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Offlceover HigRina tt McKinneys Ston Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Ohlck wn Feed ice Prices very reasonable Cue tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller BROWN S BROWN Attornovs tLawOfficejln Miuonir Blg SOMERSET Room U KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In States iiud nfJkrup Courts Collections made and promptly remitted D MONUMENTSPUREIZINCt- tyhlte e Bronze is to aioqe tn the monument buslnet what the Improved drophead sow- Ing machine Is to the method or the pal are ear Is to the old stage coach It is the advanced thought of the age It is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re F cords and resting place of your ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted silver ape Pleoo hold your order until you 4canInvestigate It J C McWhorter Agt OUMJ ORCHARD ICY J McCbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearIn I 01StJuford DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist ot Louisville will be at St AsnpHJBEotcljStanford mAYIKAY iiii Quo lay Only t Now is the time Dont neglect your best irlend eyes Eye examined and brines sclentlflcally adjusted Dont neg r yourvhll4reneeyerollCebabrs 9 p Q a V tJ Ff t it 1Il 51 I 1 ir e I fO 1 t Rain and hate brn fish EurekallanA nt Ioat Oil It te slits the Estttpttbtlehdo not No chafe11Lfac to andrwt arneia not Leeplooking new but wears twice ailongbylb me of Eureka IlarneifOil Sold everywhere In area alltlin bade by V Standard Oil- Company 4 HOME FOR SALE My house sad lot it Mtddloburg Casey county Ky Most desirable property In the town Situated near Mlddleburg Normal College being originally built for a dorml tory Good garden orchard and out bulld Ines Correspondence solicited Call on or addressMITCIIELTAYLOR Burnslde Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRIOE I And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices BEAZLEY HAYSQ- NDERT8EE8S AUO DUXKM IB Furniture Mattings Rug And Wall Paper fhoy will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD e KENTUCKY PLNCESTANDARD Is a brown hone 16 hands high Sired by Rlenil full brother to King Itene 1st dam by Almont Forest son of Almost 2d dam by Oarrard Chief tire of Basil Duke 3d by Boners Oray Eagle 4th dam by Copper bottom Pence Is a horse of great natural speed has a record of 330 as a 3yearold and has shown trials In 210 Pence Is one of the best breeding horses for high cias eastern hones that has ever been in this county make the season rat our stable at II to Insure Money duo when colt Is foaled If mare U traded or moved from locality season U due and must be paid Mares kept nt reasonable rates No responsibilities for accidents J R A E U KINO EAGLEaeawRing Eagle Is 15 bands 3 IncbM high dark bay with Vowing mane and tall goes ill the nlu with plenty of peed Ityle aDd action Sired by Royal KIng First dant 1 1FI Dint AI dm by IW- Llon3d dam by Denmark be br Miller inmark 4th data Jim DellI thoroughbred NOTE 1 oysl King rt hy the great Oil rime Hal a full brother to the great Sneer Ilnrand A11l utb iratibow mare darnoflor 11000 King Eagle s id dam U the the great bow mere that Malt I Qhen won Terrwhere with In lsa and sold for OO Kln Bogle will make the ceasun aim wiles wet ot Htanford on the Shelby nIty pike at the low price of flu to insure all COltWill stand the noted mule and leanest Jack SILLY KEENE sHlIlor marts and 815 for ennttts to Insure a lUlDg colt IlIByKeene wu aIred by the grist Tom Krene Pint dam by Star irtw be bT the Imported Palermo 2 l dint by Led Hubbles Prince the sire of Joe Blackburn sad Urljnulla Dlllv Keen stand lull 10 hinds black wale white point and aj a breeder be Is unaurpnsedaaamuleorjennettluk Uiicolta will show for IbeintelTM Will also let that great 8yearold Jack JIM KEENE verre about 10 mire atl4 to insure a lIyiDg colt Jim Keene and full IS bands sod iocbes high black with white points lie wu trel try the great Ullly Keene Mares traded pasted with or bred elsewhere for tell the Insurance money becowee due at the lime of such transaction For fUrther particulars cddrees 8 T HAUUIs Stanford Kr Tlio French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 tn French Coach Horse Stud Rook of Amer lea also In Republic Frnncafoe Ha ras Nallonaux No 12888 Winner of first prize at the National Unl cereal Exposition Paris 1SOT and In ails competing over ISO stallions imported iy A Co of Chicago In ISflS Color bar with small star black points OH hand high weighs In working order IJY5 tale April 38 1891 tired by M Letnelend of Commune of Itubersvllle tepartment of Lamorchl govby the overn neat stallion Pratike dam Charmantl by- LeDard second dam by Revolution Quasi will make tho season of 1802 at mv arm two and onehalf tulles from Stanford on Iluitonvillo pike U 10 the Season or 115 to Insure a Liv ing Colt DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Estelle 310l Sired by Illcadl Goldduit 4400 by Oolddust ISO by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl un 1m ported Arabian stallion Dorsey Oolddusti lam Is Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him an In ensely Inbred Morgan stallion descending rom Justin Morgan on both sides tho teat Amity ot road horse known Dorsey Gold lust Is a dark bay full 16 hands high and weight 1 200 pounds a proven and uniform ireederof high class road and Eastern hors w combining all tho for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prlc 18 Will make tho present season at my arm near Stanford At 116 to Insure A Colt Wilt also stand a good mule Jack at IT to Insure Mares kept at 50 cents per week No re for accidents or escapes The- beat of personal givenF Ky sranln Mx M + Awr + tewweetew I I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Freeh Jersey cow and aged male tot eaie Henry Anderson 2t takeR B WIlklneoD bought of A W Carpenter six fat cows at 4o Henry Bright nays sold to Out Mc Cormaok a sow and ple for 135 J W BauRhmao sold to Will Logan a Polled Angus bull calf for 140 Two Polled Angus bulls ready for service JW Baupbman Stanford Abe Frank favorlto na a Loulsvlll Derby winner finished last In a field of five at Nashville Lutes L Co bought of J U MoAlls ter a bunch of hogs at Co and of A W Carpenter a lot at 6c J M Cress sold a bilnoh of yearlings at 120 and a lot of yearling heifer at 8 15 at Lancaster Monday Mlllard F Rout of Garrard Is breeding a number of mares to H C Btugh man a grand stallion Naboth W W Lyon lost by death a valuable three yearold gelding Ho was a good actor and a splendid roadster Mr Lr on had just had him altered There will be at least 300 more horses at Churchill Downs Louisville for the coming race meeting than evffr before in the history of the track J C Ray of Ray county Mo has sold 21 blank jacks in the last 00 days 14 to 16J bands high at 1160 to 8ioo and 20 black jennets 131 to 141 hands at 3b to ti5 Red the description and pedigree o- f7R EH Beazloys Cleveland Liire Ho la by Chester Dare and Is as rood an Individual as his noted sire See him at Bcarleva stable before breeding Further evidence of the existence of a beef trust Is found in the statements of the Kansas City butchers that each Saturday night prices are fixed by the packers governing the Monday morn tog market It Is estimated that the crop of to bacco raised In Scott county the past year will reaob about 4000000 pounds It was sold at an average price of seven cents per pound bringing to the growers the neat sum of 230000- CYNTHIANA COURT 150 cattlemost ly sold privately yearlings and two year olds medium stuff 4i to Go belt ers 700 to 800 pounds about 4 cents calves 115 to 120 nothing doing In public sale of horses and mules Demo crat B F Sanders aL Bro sold J T Stew art of Louisville 400 1300pound cattle at 6ic Messrs Sanders bought the cattle a month ago and netted 2800 on the deal Sam Forsytbe sold a car load of horses In the South at 8100 to 200 Harrodsburg Herald Ten thousand cattle remained unsold In the pens at the Chicago Stockyards Wednesday night the result of theI oackere declaring they would suspend buying until the people again began eating meat The price on cattle dropped 15 to 25 cents on the hundred weight Angrv shippers charged that they were victims of a conspiracy and the packers do not deny that they planned a slump In the markets CHURCH MATTERS Evangelist L Robinson will begin B revival at Pcrryvillo May12 The next county mooting will be bold at McCormacke church Saturday be fore the third Monday In May The first Sunday In May will be mission day for all Christian churchoi They hope to raise 100000 Ken tuoky has always led in giving to bom missions The Presbyterian Board of Horn Missions bas raised this year 878000 the Congregational Society SS400C the Northern Methodist Mlsslonar Society 81300000 There will be a public meeting atth First Presbyterian church Danville this Friday evening at 730 o clock celebrating the 25th anniversary of Dr E M Greens pastorate The sixth Bible Society of the world was the Kentucky Bible Society organ lied In 1811 at Lexington and was to alternate Its annual meetings between Frankfort and Lexington The early governors were Its successive presl dents for many years Rev William A Sunday known as the base ball evangelist It has closet a series of meetings at Falrmount Ill securing In all GOO converts In four weeks time A largo tabernacle wal erected for the use of the evangelist and between 1200 and 1500 pcopl heard him speak every afternoon and evening u Lexington Business College All Right Again There was a tremendous demonstra tlon In the assembly room of Lexington Business College Tuesday attar noon when It was announced by PresI- dent Jones that the college bad sur mounted lu temporary embarrassment and would go ahead as usual The stu dents received the announcement with applause and the friends of tho college every wLore will bo glad to know that this Is the case It will be recalled that the college had assigned but It appear that this movement was only tempora ry and made to adjust some difference between ono of the majority atockbold irs and a creditor who held tbo stock at a collateral The college did not discontinue Its work a single day and while the announcement that tho eol legs bad assigned created a flutter among those Interested In It it Is reo ported that It II now In better condl Ion as a school than ever before Our reader some of whom are patronswU 5o doubt be glad to know that nothing fa serious nature has occurred and hat the children will bo able to forge ighl ahead Yours truly ORBA A FRITH a student The Georgetown Times says that the president and manager of a Lou- Isville Investment company which went nto the hands of a receiver has sKip- ped out The assets of the concern were 11 centa In coppers and a bottle of hlsky w a Maj Parker reported to the war de par mont good army campsites at Har- rods Creek West Point and Ashland 0 ionsT7TiPills cure Theytemporarlly constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the lrtes mes execute their natural functions Unnatural agitation caused by cathartics I compels continual JtnQ Increasing doses to attain the results irI I acts on liver cures theIand Fever and every form Malarial Bilious Remitting and I mlttlng Fevers and trouble works permanent FIFTY cureJ Special price this week on washing machines Every machine guaran teed Also wringers GEORGE H FARRIS a CO NABOTH 1OO1G Standard Rule 0 Record 91014 Sired bv Walntnghani 8168 ire of Latitude SiKH and many others in tho list Walslngham Naboths sire Is a son of George Willct IUD First dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 100 son of Hambletonlan and sire of Elaine MO tho dam of Norlalno yearling record 231 j Second dam hues dieter to James Howell Jr by Hambletonlan 10 sire of Dexter S17J Third dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Olay 45 sire of St Julian 3UJ Dodlne 310i and 15 others that here produced 230 trotter Also sire of the data of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son ot Lnnce by American Eclipse NOTE Naboth is a bay 16 hands high foaled June 28 1833 Ills pedigree contains the blood of Hambletonlan Ueorge Wilkes Mambrtno Wilkes Pilot Jr and Harry Olay Will Stand at 91O to Inure a Living Colt Will also stand the noted Jack KINO at 83 11 C BAUG1IMAN Hustonvillo Ky HAPSBURG 509Day stallion 161 hands high By master 56 Imported lit dam Jolly by Wonderful 631 2d dam by Ireerves 822Boy j First dam Trinket 5 Imp by County King 110 2d dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by Ilarnaby 1170 4th dam by Grand Turk 133 NOTIt rom the abow a can see that Hapsburg Is A nre bred Cleveland Day English Coach HoneCdlfree a beautiful mahogany bay with black polnte1a 101 bands weighs 1375 pounds drives wall gentle end kind with tine style anti high action Can show a mile better 1 minutes and anyone wishing a high bred coach horso to breed on Standard Dred mares for getting style speed and action should lIe this hone Will Stand at 91O to Inure a Living Colt Will also stand the splendid 16 hands and 1 Inch Black Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at 13 for mares and 115 for Jennets Mares grazed at 13 month which In all case must Ira paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN lIustonvillo Ky II u Joi nO 4 I MENS FINE SHOES IiMy stock of liens Shoes for spring nnd summer wear is complete For I Iwehave the Drew S Selbyp66 Invincible ShoesFvmv pair fully ftnnrantcodrlwol1t 111ft yours handling shoos Our millinery stool is complete Give us u call b She CVxarUs ADxeeVev Sm onm rHUSTONVILLE KY t CARSON PENCEfrDEALERS IS ry 4 Carriages Buggies Phae V 4 tons Wagons Buck I I boards Harnessrf Full and complete stock of tho nbovo always on hand 11udr arb sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Directors W Walker This beautiful 14k o1 Xe 1 Dactfitted with an Elgin or Wallhara movement fit t C sad warranted 26 years for V When wanting anything In our line doVt fan to MO the new and things we hue In our handsome stock Remember our Mr Murray la graduate of one of the largest Opthalmlc College in the country Whim you we guarantee i faction refund die money Fine witch repair ing and 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Shanks OeoJ Carter Leave yo- urPrescriptions with us Wo do the rest Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material and Accurate Workmanship CRAIG MOCKER lIt J B J B S U 0 W a us or I Successors to The Farmers hank tt Trust Company and under same management continuously tar 30 years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers S II SHANKS resident J B OWSLEYIW M NEW JOB STOREXlmorest Storeroom Stanford Big job lot of Dry Good Notions Shoes Bate Caps Etc to close out and great bargains are offered All we ask is a trial Get our prices before buyley elsewhere No trouble to show goods I M Snyder Son Stanford r j 1