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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALt VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 61902a 9 A M un 1 NO 19 1 NEWS NOTES Tho tax rate ot New York City has Iboeo fixed at 12 27 Palmer tho well koowa Obi cago hotol man Is dead Tbo graduating class of Central Unl Torslty this year contains 23 members Switzerland has 1700 hotels seven times as many for Its ilza as England Tho capital stock of corporations organized In April amounted to 1201000 000 e Tbo noxt press association meeting will bo held In Oweniboro early In JulyMarvin Hart knocked out Kid Carter in the ninth round before a Louisville audience Tho worlds record for steamships Is COO miles a day and for sailing vessels 325 miles Over 178000 Immigrants arrived at Now York during the four months end lug April 3- 07teccptlon by 4000 school children was qDO features of tho visit of Admiral Schloy to Meridian Min- A Chicago real estate man who failed of sulolde by throwing himself In front of an elevated train stabbed himself in the neck William Worley who shot Ira Drls colt a boy at Smtthland because be called him a democrat was given 18 mouths imprisonment Admiral Sob ley will be presented with a silver service at Baltimore made from coins taken from the Spanish cruller Cristobal Colon Bee Broadway a Negro was convict ed at Brandenburg ot murdering his r sweetheart Mary McGhee and was sentenced to hang Juno 30 Tbe oRlccrs of the United States cruiser Chicago were released from prison at Yenloe on a pardon granted r by King Victor Emmanuel A Chicago paper says John W Gates has bought In the opon market a con trolling Interest in the Macon and will operate It In connection with the t A N- An Independent pipe line company capitalized at 2000000 has beon organized at Darbourvllle It is compoe ed principally of West Virginia capl talists The trial In Manila by courtmartial of Gen Jacob U Smith was completed and tbo finding was sent to Washington It Is thought that he will be ac quitted AlanaDalc the colt that won the Kentucky Derby Saturday afternoon pulled up vory lame after tbo race aod it is feared that be has broken down completely Miss Marla Hoffman an aged woman whose means bad dwindled away committed suicide near tbe tomb of With legion Irving In Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Now York All tbo new trains on be Central London railway are to be of fireproof construction stool and asbestos being largely used Olber precautions for tbe safety ot passengers aro being tak en The manager of the Avenue Theatre In Louisville hr promised the Albert Sidney Johnson Chapter Daughters of tbo Confederacy that he will Cabin In bis houoI a alcIDy a decision of Clroult Judo Settle U0 Gaoler Is removed as manager of Mammoth Care and W S Miller Jr of Louisville will succeed him Mr Ganter will take the cue to tbo court of appeals Tho case of Jonnie Carter of Parks fille against the L k N resulted In a hung Jury The suit was for 3000 for damages alleged to have been sustained from scalding by steam escaping from a locomotiveJohn Landreau has Cled a claim at Washington against tho gov ernment of Peru He claims a halt In tcrcitln 116000000 alleged to have been promised to his brother who dis covered the guano deposits In that country I L E Halleck formerly a soldier In the Philippines testified before the t Senate committee that ho bad seen tbe water cure applied to natives who assisted la tbo murder of Private John OHorno Ho said OUerno was tortured and roasted all day bv a slow Ore The men who tortured him wero put In prison and most of them wero killed wbllo attempting to escape SCIATIC RHEUMATISM CURED AF TER 11 YEARS OF SUFFERING- i I have been emitted with sciatic rheu matlsm for 14 years says Josh Edgar of Germantown Cal I was able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was Immediately rcllev ed and In a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since retuned Why not use this liniment and got well It Is for sale by Craig b Hocker Druggists fI waste toexchangeInquisitiveAn the babies whilewbo areknow their 8100 club women aro ofpulling off their biennial powwow away Calf Horn la IBro Barnes Converted Again teller to TrVWeh JJiov HOME 2ft4 MICHIGAN AVE OiiiOAQO April 21st 1002 Dear Sis tor I have been In quarantine for pearly n month on account of smallpox If you take tbo Loaves you have bad a full account of tho mishaps but you didnt know that your Dro Barnes had been caught Beyond tho lots of liberty we have suffered no Inconven lenco whatever Our meals aro served wlrb regularity and In abundance Our malls aro delivered regularly and our company I congenial and cheerful all along the lion It has been a period of great spiritual blotting to mo and I hope to como out better equipped for preaching tbo gos pel of GI L A N E than ever boo fore I have had a third conversion this month and strange to In Chi coou1nentllerbap August 1870 1 got at a holiness meet leg out this avenue that spiritual Im petus that sent me to the evangelistic work in the mountains of Kentucky and eventually around the world with the glad tidings of G I L A N E That was my teoond conversion The Out was In 1813 In Dayton Oblo when I passed from darkness to light and from the devil to God And now this third upllftlogoecurrod In a very strange way Iwu going over the American edition of Gods Low Story which li a dread botch of stenographic blundering and careless publlsblngtlrylog to make It more readable for a friend to whom Iwas going to present It when Iwas pain fully Impressed with the difference In spiritual life and fervor that shone through all pan blund r contrasted with my present cold and lifeless con dition This led me to heartsearch lug and a settlement of aoeounts with my God and Savior and I didnt rest until arrears were thoroughly cleared off and I had something at leastof tbo spirit of 76 back Into my Inmost be log And I feel now that a now era has begun and I am as thoroughly conic crated and surrendered to the Lord and Uls service aeon that never to be forgotten datQ of August 26th 70 wren I was ready to go any where and do nay thing for Him Tomorrow April 28 Is my 76th birthday Of course the tlmo Is short but I feel in my heart of hearts that the good Lord has yet blessed work for me to do and that by UU grave my last day will be my best day and that I shall bear fruit oven In old ajo I bave no plans Dont want to have any To oarry out the Masters plans as bo makes them known shall be enough for me Give me your prayers my faithful sister that I may bold on steadfast to tbo end That cant be far oil wheth er the Savior comes for those counted worthy or for that Individual dissolu Lion 2nd Cor 61 What horrors hang round the word But to escape death by the dearer process of dlssolutlooaod being olotbed upon with that house which is from Heaven Your letter with kind enclosure camo via Washington Dont be afraid of infection from this letter It Is soaked in a disinfectant whose fumes are death to germs formal I think tbuy call It I shall bo hero some week yet D V If all goes well wo get out on Friday Ever affectionately Yoou BRO BARNES SPRING AILMENTS There is an aching and tired feeling the liver bowels and kidneys become sluggish and Inactive tho digestion im paired with little or no appetite DO am bl lon for anything and a feeling that the whole body and mind needs toning up The trouble le that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste mat for in the system Herblne will remove It secure to tho accretions a right exit and by Its tonic eOect fully restore tho wasted tiMura and give strength in place ofweak ness 60c Iennys Drug Store Tbo court of appeals In a case that camo up before It from Kenton county hold unconstitutional tbo legislative acts of 1801 and 1893 which provides that part of the taxes levied for schools lo cities of tbo second class can bo used for public libraries Judge DuRclle who delivered tbo opinion hold that such moneys could be used for libraries which were part of the public school system WORLD WIDE REPUTATION Whites Cream Vermifuge has achieved a worldwIde reputation as being tbo best of all worm destroyers and for its tonic influence on weak and unthriftychildren as It neutralizes tho acidity or sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores thorn to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits nat ural childhood 25c at Pennys Prug Store A The Virginia Jim Crow car law is now being enforced on the Washington and Mt Vernon railway for tbo first tlmo although statute has been in effect for two y oars IIN NEIGHDORINGCOUNTIES London will havo an old fiddlers con test on the 1th John McCoy was given two years for killing Wilkes Howard In Dell Capt W IL Day aged 70 and a prominent citizen of Burnsldo Is dead A postoQlco hate been established at Basscr Laurel county with Mallnda Gilbert postmaster Elba Hall who died In Madison county was burled In a colfln he made 25 years ago and bad beon using as a wheat bin- George Logan colored had his face terribly cut and ono ear ground off by lumping from a moving L k N train at Junction City- Information Is given that the High School building which burned will be replaced in time for school to open In the fall Somerset Republican Mr Joseph Sullivan of Pula kl was horribly burned and died eight hours latter In great agony Her daughters hands were badly burned In trying to save the mother- It Is feared a serious clash between two engineering corp will be the re suit of the contest between the L ik N and Southern to looata their routes through the narrows of Clear Fork In the Haitern part ol Wbltloy county Federal Judge Evans granted a writ of habeas corpus for Chester Groentne traveling salesman under arrest In Lebanon on the charge of violating a city ordinance wblob Imposes a license of 85 a day on nonresident salesmen Miss Beeslo bunlap sponsor for the Elks Lodge of Danville to the Louis vlllo reunion has named the following to act as her maids of honor Miss Elias Hunton Caldwell Miss Josephine Reid Miss Eva Grant and Miss Suo Molloborts Tbo Farmers Home Insurance Com pany of Junction Oily has Increased Its strength from 8200000 to 8800000 which Is a good evidence of Its pros porous condition Mr Henry Hankla has resigned as secretary and James D Shelby has been elected News E T Beszley has a bedstead 160 years old It Is very handsome and camo Into possession of Mr Beazley through his lather A great picnic will bo hold at Perryvllle June 24 by tbo Masons In this section Stanford liar rodsburg Lebanon Lancaster aod Dan yule will bo represented Ryan Com maodery and the Lebanon Commandcry will nartlolpate In the eventAdvo cateDuring the past Winter Mrs R Sutherland of Nlebolasvllle has been nonplused by the mysterious disappear anco of paper money from her cash drawer As she opened the drawer to mako change yesterday a mouse sprang out A search was Instituted and un der tho oa nter was found a nest lined with greenbacks Mrs Sutherland says that bed lost from this source Isln all probability 1200 Only a small amount can be redeemed PINK LEMONADE AND PEANUTS The Great SellsDowns Shows Coming Hero Soon The small boy hath a heart and It now Is glad Tbe peanut market has been cornered and the pink has been made for the lemonade Sawdust will bo trampled on and the city and county will soon bo show crazy Sells S Downs generally wako things up Failure Is unknown to them they are born show men An unprecedented record of sue Doss Is the story of this show from the day of Its inception The features of the performance proper are too numerous to mention ono alone Prof Berrls and his 65 superb equines furolablngan act worth the price of admission Itself Another tho great Cycle Whirl with the original European and American bicyclists on the mlnaturo Madison Square Garden raco track and Miss Edna tbo only living lady equestrian who successfully accomplishes ibegreat feat for a woman of turning somersaults on the back of a swiftly running horse at every performance These three features alone and a whole show in themselves and when the balance of the program Is thrown In one can truth fully say the SellsDowns Show is In deed the best on earth The data InI Stanford la May 12 FOR THOSE WIIO LIVE ON FARMS Dr Bcrgln Pans ill writes I have used Ballard Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends ss I am con fident thero U no better made It is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many ned dental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballard Snow Lint ment Is applied It should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency 25c 50o and tl At Pennys Drug Store The Lexington Loader makes this un kind remark concerning a good man It Is a tiotlceablo fact that Paducah never had a 1185 tax rate until Urey Woodson went there to Urey comes high but wo must have him A good flow of oil was struck In Rowan county near Morehead LANCASTER A drouth Is Imminent In this viola ity The thermometer registered 8tf Sun day Tbo various Sunday evening services now begin pt 745 The Catholics held services at the court bouse Sunday The B Y P U held a meeting Fri day evening at the Baptist parsonage- W B Burton sold to a Knoxvllle trader four horses at from 8100 to 8175 The C W B M holds Its regular monthly meeting tomorrow afternoon at230MUs Jane Hopper has a very rare Illy of the dragoon variety that has at tracted many visitors Judge Robinson J Joseph and John M Logan were elected trustees of the graded school Saturday Miss Jennie Wallace a succceslul teacher will give an entertainment at Stony Point Thursday evening The Croklnole Club was entertained Friday evening at the Garrard Hotel byJ H Klnnalrd W B Burton and Shelby Trlbblo Miss Sallle Nave of this county and Dr WlUon of Noblcsvllle lad were married at the home of the bride Eld Moore officiating The groom was a wealthy bachelor of 45 Ray the Artesian well contractor who has been expected here for over a week writes that all necessary ma chinery has been shipped He states he will drill about 75 feet a day and It will be completed by Sept 1 The Ladles Aid Society proposes to mako a liberal donation toward remod eling tbo Christian church and has been divided Into four sections with a separate leader for each department They hope In this way to facilitate their financial efforts Mrs Wesley of Middleburg is the guest of Dr Wesley Little tUes Hock or of Stanford has been visiting Mr and Mrs A R Denny Dr Price of Stanford visited his mother Sunday Miss Lou Grant is the guest of Mrs George Hardln ut Covlngton Miss Grace Klnnalrd Is at home on a vaca lion from a business college at Mid dlesboro Wit Arnold of Nlcholas vlllu is with his brother W A Ar nold who continues III Sirs Pattie GUI returned Saturday night from Chicago The marriage of Mis Sue Ogllvle and Mr Horace Herndon will take place tomorrow evening at 8 oclock at the residence of the brIde grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Wood a Rev J L McClung officiating Too wedding will be a quiet affair with noattcndants and the bridal party will drive to this city wboro a reception will be given by the grooms father Capt Wm Herndon The bride is the attractive daughter of the late Richard Ojjllvle a promi nent banker of Columbia Tenn but she has resided a greater part of tbo time In this county The groom Is the oldest son of Capt Herndon as well as the handsomest of his quartetteof boys The annual convention Of tbe 8th District Christian Endeavor Union will be hold hero Friday and Saturday beginning at 3 P M The program Is In structive and interesting and the prin cipal feature of the first evening will be an address of Rev Tinder State president on Chrlellrn Endeavor Principles Tho morning session will Include Eld Garrison of Danville on Organization Miss Allco Burgle now Mav the Union Help Me S S Robertson How May I Help the Un ion Extension Miss Belle Cox Temperance George L Carpenter Jail Wallaco Rue Junior Miss Carrie Rlkcr Missionary Miss Nel lie Freeman An address How Chris tian Endeavor Principles fit the Needs ot Young Peoplo In All Lands by Rev Overstrcot and the consecration service by Miss Nannlo Caldwell will close the forenoon exercises Reports from the State convention by Mr Ka gin and three addresses What are tbo Later Features of the Christian Endeavorjand How They Grow Out of Its Principles by Elder A R Moore of tbls city What does Prayer Mean In Your Life by Rev G W Mills and Spiritual for tbe Old and the New by Rev R G Ramsey are the most attractive features of tho final session WHOOPING COUGH A woman who has had experience with this disease tolls how to prevent any dan gerous consequence from it She says Our three children took whooping cough last Summer our baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giv log them Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than oth er children whose parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops JESSIE PISKKV HALL Bprinjvlllo Ala This remedy G for sale by Craig dt Hock er Druggists Fire In tho plant of the Ncwe Demo crat at Paducah caused considerable damage I L = = L Jfii = I OUR IL1 N11 r r I SUITSIfAIc correct in shape i pay much or little t Imvoj t II 3 We Shall Welcome Your Inspection 11 Ji IT PAYS TO TRADE AT tiiTHE GLOBE J Repairingt it Your money back It youre not satisfied 1 Irr T o mILLER Danville Kilei6E = VK z zs Qo iIfl111i111111Ii119111111111111ilitillllitlililill11flUiII iit111111- 1fr = E Still ItGrows Itb= 5 We have given such satisfaction in the way of quality and price thatGour business has increased tenfold during the past few days We are =E ever ready to serve our customers and friends and to that end we now =propose to give them prices in summer goods that wi startle the na = 2ZZ e r f our first announcement we propose to carry a stock of H DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES HATS 3- g CAPS t GENTS FURNISHINGStt 5equal to that of any city in this state and more we will make pricesST s s low that by the time the balance of our goods arrive the New York = Store will be known at the bargain house of thIs city For the pres 3ent we will sell Mens Every Day Pnts at 70c a pair MIgsea and 3= Childrens Shoes at your own figures a full stock of up todate Shirts = = at 43c musical instruments at your own price Boys 60c Knee Pants rg willE= II Z2 J = dollars saved to you In the course of a year Yours for low prices 0= = 1IIllllllllllllllllllllllllll 11111111111111111111111111111111l11111111111 I The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company OF STJCNFORD KY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full 1 Paidand NonAssessable OFFICERS J U Baughman Pres A T Nunnelley Vice Pres W II weir en Trens II Helm Secy naugbmuJTbe Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Oo has about 3000 acres of land leased in LIB y coin county Ky The larger portion of this lease is contiguous to the M S Baugh man farma portion In the neighborhood of May ood and Sugar Grove sections and still portion skirting Logans Creek Ono of the surest indications of the probable value or undeveloped oil lands IS the result of ofiorw at development 0i land adJoining None of the stock reserved oy tho Incorporators can be issued by them until the entire amount so reserved has been sold and when sold every dot e lar arising therefrom will be used In developing tbe companys holdings No officer or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any compensation for his time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of the company is rendered valuable by reason of tho untiring efforts of tbe officers and directors The stock is non astessabie and the private property of the stockholder is not liable for corporate debts It Is incorporated under tbe laws of the State of Kentucky Iu books are open at all times to Its stockholders and they are invited to its office to re eel vo any information concerning the companys affairs The business is being push ed with all the rapidity and zed possible that Is commensurate with safe business Special price this week on washing machineseEvery machine guaranteed 1 Also wringers GEORGE H FARRIS CO W B McROBERTSDRUGGIST J i Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and OilsyOPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD IFi 1 ara r as 4wY o ++ a r d MX JS o 4 r HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E Co WALTON W P WALTON h a Candidate for Railroad Commissioner for the 9d District tubleet to the will of the demon cv H H HENNINGER Ot Wayne County li a candidate for Stale Treat urer subject to the action of the Democratic pmt WHEN a bill was presented in the late Legislature to do away with party emblems on the ballot the republican papers raised a howl because thoV claimed that It would Impress an educa tional qualification contrary to the constitution A test of their sincerity in the matter Is now being made Sen ator Ed Parker who wants to succeed forcing In Congress from the Eleventh district applied to the committee to let bit name go on the ballot under the picture of a barefoot boy but It tofu ed to permit emblems on the ballot Senator Parker has appealed to the State committee and It will be Interest lag to note whether It will adopt the educational qualification members of the party kicked so high about In the Eleventh district a device Is almost ab solutely necessary as by It a great many are enabled to vote as they with and If Senator Parkers appeal Is de Died It will be proof again that the re publicans are not sincere and that they gauge their assertions and acts to suit the occasion IN withdrawing from the race for the democratic nomination for Congress in this district Hon Lillard Carter of Lawrencoburg Issues the following card Unforseen business connections and other matters of grave private Import have led me to reluctantly conclude to withdraw from the race forI the Congressional nomination conclusion has been reached not because I think that I should have been defeated for my prospects seemed exceptionally good to me Strong men In most of tile counties of the district havo promised and given me warm and man ly support This leaves only two candidates In the field and a majority of the party can now name the nomlneeI a thing much to be desired I am deep Iv grateful to my many friends for tbelr ardent and sincere support This narrows the race down to Hon R C War ren and the present Incumbent wltbI the chances greatly in favor of the Lie coin county entryIHON DAVID H SMtTlI of the Fourth district seems to have a pretty firm grip on the people of his bailiwick He was declared the democratic nominee to succeed himself In Congress and a nomination by that party In the Fourth la equivalent to election David Isnt pretty but be ip smart Is little but loud and usually gets what he goes af ter except when he went up against Gov McCreary for the United States Senate FAITH may cure the hysterics and other similar diseases but you want to send for a doctor when any serious trouble arises The second Elijah otherwise Dowle of Chicago professes to be the chief of faith curlsts but he couldnt tackle the smallpox He applied at once for vaccine points LEXINGTON Is getting ready to royally entertain Booker Washington when be lectures there In Juno For teen worshippers In deed and In truth Lexington people take the cake And color cuts no fignre either POLITICAL H Clay Evans was appointed consul general at London Sixth district democrats want a prl mary to name a Congressional candi date Col D G Colson opened his cam paign for Congreae at McKee Jackson county yesterday Senator Deboe has introduced a bill appropriating 8100000 for a public building at Bowling Green Hon Peter J Otey member of Con gress from the Sixth Virginia district Is dead at bis home in Lyncbburg 1kTheconvention to nominate a demo i cratic candidate for Congress for the 10th district will meet at West Llborty July 20- Some fools are comparing Roosevelt to Lincoln Shakespeare must bavu had this case in mind when be said comparisons are odorous Lexlng ton Democrat The Mississippi Teachers Associa tion adopted a resolution prohibiting the use of any history In the State which docs not credit Admiral Scbloy with the victory at Santiago Judge W E Settle declined to ac cept a committee nomination for appel late Judge and the democratic mass meetings and district convention will be held as originally ordered H A Barrows disbursing clerk lathe census office at Washington has- f been removed because of a shortage in bis accounts He will be succeeded in office by John W Langley of Hen tuckyCongressman Amos Cummings died In Baltimore from pneumonia Incident to an operation Mr Cummings had a varied experience as typesetter soldier e and editor and was serving eighth term In Congress t T Elkin wins Lexington poatofflce Frank P Sargcant wee appointed commissioner of Immigration to tuo ceed Torrence V Powderly Havemerer before the Senate com mittee said the Cubans will get the benefit of proposed tariff reductions H G Squlers secretary of legation at Pokln will be the new Minister to Cuba and Gen E S Bragg of Wis consin Consul General at Havann The Senate committee on the Phil ippines reversed Itself again as to the summoning of Maj Gardener and ie tjrmlned not to ask the secretary of war to recall him from Manila before the return ot his regiment The democratic committee of the 14th judicial district has ordered a primary to be held August 5 The lim it for entries Is July 21 It is not probable there will be any opposition to Judge Cantrlll and Commonwealth Attorney Franklin Senator McLaurm has Issued an ad dress to the people of South Carolina defending his course as a member of the United States Senate Ho announces that he will not submit his claims tithe proposed democratic primary and rges that It be Ignored The Lexington Democrat throws this bouquet to a worthy gentleman It Is Slid that Gov Beckham will soon an nounce his candidacy to succeed himself as governor Such announcement would delight an army of friends for no man has grown more rapidly In the lose and favor of the people than J Crlpps Wlckliffe Beckham The best lawyers say his eligibility can not be gainsaidIn editorial on the Philippine sit uatlon the New York World makes this startling statement It is not ex aggeration to say that wo have killed more of the natives In three years than the Spaniards bad killed In 30 and have practiced cruelties that have nev before disgraced our warfare And would perhaps have never been known bad not Gen Mlles let the cat out of the bag The administration at Washington sanctioned the butcheries too and will be held responsible for them THIS AND THAT Taylor county is to have a new Jail to cost 97150 Dr W B OBannon sold to E Beazley a mare for iU35 UI Senator Hanna says the situation the anthracite region Is grave The Southern Pacific freight depot it Beaumont Texas with all records was burned May 1 lOOt is the date set bv the Senate for the opening of the St Louis Worlds Ealr Stlth Noe prominent Knight Tem- plar and deputy circuit clerk of Wash logton county Is dead The Kentucky S Mississippi Oil atd Gas Company of London with 30000 capital has been organized Deputy Sheriff Wra Elrod was serl ously shot at Somerset by his pistol falling from his pocket and discharg ing Capt Hiram Pugb who has Just died at Brldeeton N J bad not slept In abed since be returned from the civil warMany people were Injured by a natural gas explosion at Marlon Ind A building valued at 835000 was demol shed Gratz Hanly entry clerk for the Louisville Jockey Club and a well known turfman died suddenly of ap oplexyA school teacher with his heart on the right side has been accepted as a good risk by a life Insurance company Dr B M Palmer the distinguished preacher was knocked down by a trolley car at New Orleans and probably fatally Injured Mrs Kate Soffel pleaded guilty at Plttsburg to the charge of aiding the fiddles to escape from Jail She will bo sentenced Saturday George Gibson aged 77 was see tenced to three years In the penitentiary In the criminal court at Louis idle for passing a forged check Three masked men robbed a sale In the Lake Shore freight depot at Cleveland of 8500 after they bad overpowered and bound and gagged a watchman Dan Butler colored was murdered and his body placed on the LNtrack near Pembroke Claude Brad shaw his brotherinlaw Is under arrest PROGRAM of the semiannual meeting of the Christian Churches of Lincoln county to be held at McCormacks Church Saturday May 17 MORNING 1000 Devotional exercises 1020 Address J Q Montgomery 1040 Address G W Mills 1100 Beport of J G Livingston 1130 Report of churches 1200DinnerAFTERNOON 100 Devotional exercises 110 Address H C Garrison 140 Address A R Moore 210 Address H K Berry 230 Address J W Hagin P W CARTER Chmn r WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYING FOR IT In a recent article a prominent phYAI clan says It la 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 has but one re sort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chronic con stipation the most mild and gentle ob- taInable such as Chamberlains Stomach c Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a naturaland healthy condition For sale by Craig it rocker Druggists ICE COLD LEMONADE On Monday May 12 we will give away absolutely free of charge to all who apply at the Grand Load or fell the fine Ice cold Lemonade vou can drink Remember the date Monday May 12 1 day only The Grand Leaders SPECIAL PRICE SALE I For TEN DAYS ONLY will these prices last beginning rrucsdny pity i ntHl ending rrlll1lsdl1 flay 15 j We quote you these special prices to start you trading at Grand Leader Let every woman man I1mlfchild who needs in Dry Goods Clothing Mens and Ladies Furnishing Goods Corsets Shots Hats Trunks or in filet in our stock take of this special ten days sale Remem ber after ten days these prices will not hold us wo expect to sell these lots out entirely A Great Dollar Skirt If you decide to exchange a dollar for one of these Sorest Petti coats youll get the greatest skirt value that your money ever bought In the first place the material Is of better quality than you could scarcely expect In a skirt at thus figure And then It Is elegantly trimmed with a very deep flounce and neat mete But the but 4point about this le tb way that It to made Every team fe Mrapptd j end there are no place forth ella to bide Every stitch U h netty end coeKicn ti urly taken std rvutl I nevir be botacnu irlh V rips and ron + Tim v yoke makes 1 every Sorrvt Skirt ft ifcc a t nadotoorder gar ui r its prlc U only 8160 V r C liW Furnishings Mens work shirts well made Sic liens S6c Mens dress shirts collars detached 48c Mens dress shirts collars detach 5tc- SllK bosom shine go M Bc Mens 20c colored sox go at lOe Mens 26e colored sox go at Ifio Mens 3oc go at Sic Mens 75cusjonUerfl go at 4Sc Mens 20c suspenders go at 16c Ladles trimmed ft street haw to U Every hat in the houseis a bargain W can save you money on millinery CRAB ORCHARD Guests are coming Into Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Annie Haldeman and children of Louisville are visiting Mrs Jane Buchanan Adam Rlchert has return ed from his Winter sojourn In Florida much improved In health Mr and Mn J B Willis have gone to Richmond for a brief visit All nature is one continued bower of beauty and loveliness and every one IB taking advantage of the fine weather Farmers are about through corn plant log most of them putting in a large acreage Gardens are generally look log well and are to yield a supply of early vegetables for the tae ble for which the housewives are es pecially grateful Andrew W Buchanan went to Louis ville Saturday to take In the Derby Mrs J F Holdam and Misses Bert James and Ila Boldam made a delight ful trip to Danville Mrs M E Fish Is visiting her daughter Mr Sallie Rlneheart at Livingston Mr R Collier of Lancaster was a pleasant guest Sunday of W A Beazluy and family Joe Payne IB home on A sick furlough from Harriman Tenn Who will say Crab Orchard la not coming to the front She heads the list of fairs In the State her fair being appointed for the 2121 and 25th of Ju ly We are promised a grand street parade In the near future from the agents of the Deerlng Reaper Ma chines This will be unique In charac ter and a thing of beauty as there will be a whole car unloaded here at the same time and the 35 machines will take up a line of roared to a selected where a well prepared menu will beer In handsome style We are also to have a night agent and operator at the nepal All this with our pros pective oil boom together wltn the natural advantages of our location aa a famous healtn resort our obliging mer chants with their well filled etoreeand Bratclass hotels with accommodating landlords who bug their guests In and kiss them out together with public and private schools with church facilities makes Crab Orchard already In front and If persona from a distance desire to learn the location we can be found nestled In the footbllis of the Cum berland only a few miles South of tbo villages of Stanford and Danville and we one day hope to Include these In our suburban traction enterprise and rural free as we are always ready to extend a helping band to the worthy aspiring whether In country or village Lincoln Occult Court W F Abraham ailrar plaintiff sgalnst II L I Abraham and others deft equltr Notice li to the creditors of W F Abraham deceased that the undersigned com i of the LIncoln circuit court under In order lntheabovestyled causes will attend at the office of the oommlJoner la Stanford Ky from the dote hereof until the lath day oUIay lrGl to melfesnil hear proofofelalmugatoet said detx dent ud that all claims not to him and proven at required by lawtbte the time peel tied above will be fnrevrr barffilIApril 24 lm It C Lsi t Ladles Chlldrons and HOSIERY Fancy hose drop stitch lOc pr Fancy hose 15c pr 25c 20c pr roc 30c pr 75c and blank hose 4So Ladies seamless blk Co pr Childrens seamless hosoGo lOc ICc and 2xJ Fans D Fans 10e fans at fie 3JV fans at 2T o Ito fans at lOc 40o fans at 300 20c fans at ICc COo fans at 40o- 25o fans at IDo loo Jane at wo Kings spool notion 2 for tic Gilt Edge size 17o commend Richmond INSURE Shone fS3bOshoes 8400 patent 8350 patent only S17Gtkid from prices Goods Dept 4inch drerag1Ials colors 20c n ten days 13Jo 80inch dress goods worth 860 44inch dross goods wool i5e ton 880 40inch black droa worth ytml lays BOa 44iuch black heel goods 5o yard ten days 48c iOinch black dreso goods worth 8100 yard days OOc WasH Goods line white Pique the 36c quality days 20c a yard Colored Pique the BO oent quality days 95to a yard waiste suits qual ity Organdy the lUo kind ton days ynnlOrgandy the 8c kind tun ynnlFoulnrds finished teu days 20c I JH BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable timers Old Stand Depot St STRHFORO KY and Stylish Turnout at ReMnaDle- Kates Special Attention to Travel Leg Men Phone No H LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route General Assembly Presbyterian Church Jackson May IS Southern Ilaptlst Convention Ashtvllle N 0 May SIO Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cat June 1014- Knights of Pvtbla Ban Franclso Cat Aug U1S Finest train service In the world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasions lie sure your ticket read via the Queen Route and get good service PRESTON 922Vol 11 Solid bay black points 15 t hands hlghBno style Sired by Washington 84 Washington S4 was sired by Comwell he by Washington Denmark he Oalnes Denmark he by race horse DenmarlcOlnt dam by unicorn d dam t Crusader 3d dam by Cockspur ProvtonVlstdam Belle by llhoderlck 101 2d dam by Denmark Belle tho dam of Preston was a noted show mare It la needless to him as he Is one of the finest show horse In Kentucky Ills colts are coming to the front and bringing startling prices Preston won the f1000 Saddle Stake at and many more rich ODes Preston will serve mares at f10 to Insure IlYlug colt Will keep mates on grass at f3 a mouth B Burton Lancaster Ky Gallon 13910 Standard and registered Sired by Cam betta Wilkes J19J sire of Onlnette 201 Lottie Loraine 305f Eyelet 2063 DrSlon ZOBJi and 09 others In the 230 list Pint dam Daisy Field granddam of Alice Wilkes 217 and Aleatta 218 by Enfield sire of 6 In 230 and the dams of In 230 or dam Qulcbterby Kentucky Prince Jr sire Lemonade 22TK and other and dams of a In the list Third dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q 217U Oambetta Wilkes eons and daughter have over 100 In tho 230 list Gallon carries the blood of the four leading Wllke Hambletonlan Mambrlno Chief and Beeley American Star Gallon Is a great show horse as has been tested In the show rings His colts have been ihown three years In succession at Huston vllle Danville Springfield and ether Fairs and have won the largest premiums for harness classes over all others He has proven a great cross on saddle marts as ho give colts finish action and step and they are telling for the highest Oal ton will serve mares at my stablotwo miles west of Hnttenvlllo at ttO TO A LIVING COLT Will keep mares on grass at f2 per month after May 1 W M DODD rICE COLD LEMONADE On Monday May 12 we will give t away absolutely tree of charge to all who apply at the Grand Lead er all the fine Ice cold Lemonade you can drink Remember tho date Monday May 12 1 day only the anything anything large advantage good beglpning betterSecond Mens and Ladies Shoes i1 We are overstocked on fine nnil Oxtonls and for tho next t ten days we will nvo you 8 8 on elioex I 8200 Dongola kid shoes for too day sale price only 8150 jl75 Dongoln kid for Indie ton dny sale price only 812UIvici Oxfords for Indies ton dutySalo price only 8275 vici Oxforle for ladies ten day sale price 6230 kid vici Oxfords for llIHIII price for thin ten day Kilo Ii8225 kid viei Oxfords for Indies price for this ton dayinto 8200 kid vici Oxfords for ladies prince for thin ten tiny sale 81 50 vici Oxfords for l1l1illrica for this ton tiny wale 08c Pull line mens sltoee 81 them are ten day I Dress nil worth yard colors yd ton days 23c silk and yard days goods fiOo ton worth ten ten hex Pure Undo for and tho 80c andDimity dtis worth tOe yard New Mlis Crescent n W leal families lathes 8275 worth i Corset Department I Read tin good things you can have for little money Special cornet made for us only worth 3Sc ton day 23o Stkllutlsto30tCorrectFtexlbone Corset the boat In the world worth ll75 at 11 iV We handle the Intit snakes only In our corset depart intnt The largest stack In the city j SilK DepartmentIn our silk department will he found only the bsat toots STloch Taffeta Muck and colon worth 1131 ten dara ni Its yeti10Inchyard19Inch10 Inch lAU de Sole all color worth J1S5 tMidny We yard J TijE ORAND LEADER Rays A Ltw IV i 11 lt Mauagr 1 ANNOUNCEMENT h Having n select variety ol the very latest styles of Shopping Bags Chains and f Sterling Silver Novelties Fobsfit will interest you to look at these goods rand find prices Doing a strictly cash busincso WITHOUT cI consideredRepairing fiogled to get your watch or clock properly repaired bring it to Jf me and 1 CAN no IT Satisfaction guaranteed f W H MUELLER j 1 CLOSING OUT a I have decided to quit the goods business nnd have advertised my store for snlerrhe rend ers of this paper know the kind and quality of wnitingforhave an opportunity of buying firstclass goods nt greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRY HUSTONVILLE 1 First NationalOt Stanford Ky Bank Capital Stock 500001 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized II the National tank of Stanford In JG5 and agaIn reorganized as tbo First National Hank of Stanford In 182 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited I Officers J 8 HOOKER Preit J J MoRO EltTS Ohr J I W II WEAREN Rk- prDirectors V Reid Lincoln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Oo J 8 Hockor Lincoln Cow P Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Orab Orchard M D Elmore Stanford S II Raughman Stanford T P II1II Stanford ins Robinson Hubble J II Iliiughmnn Stanford W V Tato Stanford Barbourville Oil Gushers The 4 largest oil gushers in Kentucky good for 1000 barrels each lady were drilled by W M Dabncy with a celebrated STAR DRILLING MACHINE TJie Star line beaten all records Bids furnished for drilling wells Writo for prices We Ma DABNEY Kentucky AAont BARBOURVILLE KY 1- f t r 1 I rTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY MAY 6 1902 In filling your prescriptions we us bo right In tbo exact proper lions and with proper care We Dot do batter If yon paid ui double th price which Ignlwave rea ooable POD Drug Store I PERSONALS MR Js RKiNHAUTli critically III JAMES CAIUKNTHK U bade train col Icjro at Knoxville PIIOK L R UuailES Ilia tbe Dooi far State on business DOIIK to the wife of J S Goodo JoMRSa SpridgfieldI tponi yesterday with Lancaster frleodi MISSES NETTIB WRAY and Mary Druco epont Sunday at Lancasterm prII WADE KENNEDY hat secured a pollnof lion ai street car conductor In Lexing ton MRS FRANCES MERBHON of Lty ingtton Is with her daughter Mrs J t J Myers CHARLES LUTES Is In the lower counties this week shaddI Miss HATTIE NEiouuonB of Okla boma arrived yesterday to vlilt Miss boIREN aru wishing Miss Joan Warren near Danville I SAM W SEVERANCE of the Lazing ton Democrat spent a few hour In I Stanford yesterday MRS J S OWSLEY JR will enter taln the fanny sowing club from 3 to 5 Thursday afternoon Missus KATIIYKINK WAUCHU and It Edith Moore of Ierryvllle aru guests of Miss Doll Poland n G DBNNY spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother James G Denny In Lexington MAJ K W LILUAHO editor of tho Danville sews awl bamltea wife an- Ion d were hen Sunday Mil J CORHKUBON AIM wife Lexington spent several dafs with W t T Saanders and family MR ALBJC GRBKNIIALOB of lievtd- Du been the g sat of hit relative Mr John Dlnwlddle at llustonvllle J K PORTMAN Wlntred Portmsn I and J T Embry were the only ones who went from Stanford to tbe Derby JUDOS ANDHBW W UDOIIANAN of Crab Orchard was registered at the t Fifth Avenue Hoist Louisville Saler daMn W U MVHLLBR was In Lexing ton Prlday to meet a New York drum mar from whom he bought stacks ot goods t MRS ANNIB LASLBY Is back from a delightful visit to ncr daughter at Mayfield and friends at West Point and Louisville GEORUBE ALVORU of Hustonvlllr Is a daily visitor to Stanford now lie is having Dr Carpenter treat him for a throat trouble MRS BELLE WITHERS of Garden City Moand her son Prof Otto Withers are guests of the formers brother Dr W D OOanoon MESSRS n W LANKPORQ nod D Miller of Marietta 0 are here rready to start their drilling machines Stanford Oil do Development Co I PROF QARDIN CRAIG who used teach tho school on the bill here w fill tho chair of English In University next year Do will tour rope this summer MRS wn CUNDUY of Klngsvllle wbo sustained a broken limb near Nor a wood a few weeks ago has sufficiently recovered to be removed to her hume Somerset Journal MR N H ALLKN arrived Sunday tako a position at Pennys Drugstore Be II from Corinth Miss and comes highly recommended both as a gentle man and prescription clerk MR AND MRS MDAUEON HUGHES of Lancaster wore on Tuesdays traln- eD routo to Llnd Washington to spend several months with their daughters It the Ort trip of length that this good old couple ban taken since they w married some 35 years ago REV W E ARNOLD left yesterday c for General Conference which con venca at Dallas Texas this week The other delegates from this conference district era Rove J E Wright A Redd and H C Morrison and Mess W W Dall and R T Marshall LOCALS PLANTS Cabbage CaulIQowerPap per Tomato and all kinds of Flower Plants for sale cheap John Christ man 3h DYE Is the name of a new posiofflce midway between Yosemite and Liberty on the MIddleburg pike George Davis Is tbe postmaster r TUB Central Oil One S Mining bal ordered pumps and tanks and will begin pumping tho Baugbman well as soon as they arrive J W PERRIN the Ice dealer Is ad vertising his business by furnishing Ice water to all who wish to quench their 4thirst Ho keeps a big red cooler full of his store f l I i 1 J THE Grand Leader spreads Itself this issue Read ItIfad on our second pogo and It will be tlmo well spent TUB 47th annual meeting of the Ken tucky State Medical Society will be held at Paducah May 7 8 noel 9 Dr secretarydopeninge tThewife of Dr William Sbelton died at Nashville Friday night after a protracted Illness She was about 60 years old and a most excellent lady Dr Sbolton wont to her bedside servo months ago OIL AT Q OMr Charles Redd of Crab Orchard wbo was hero Saturday told u that all was so clots to tbe cur face around the East End capital that seph Pleasant struck a good flow digging a poet bolo TUB driller heUutcblns 011 Gas Co Mr Henderson writes llon- Haryey Holm that be has gotten bis straightened out noel that ospects aro Uttering for a good blow oil Work Is going on day and night w flujackadded to tbe Bcazloy stable shop ma chlncry by which ho can put rubber tires on vehicles as well and as as sop house In tho country A tamp own us Saturday Is proof that be knows bb business SOLD OUTIt B Wilkinson who ught of O P Huffman his butcher op hero a few months ago sold It back to him yesterday morning Mr B L Relnbart engineered the deal I Is generally hoped that Mr Wilkinson ninVALUAIILE CowSqulro lames A Dudderar has a valuable Jersey cow Besides bis with milk a hendfrom her In nine months The squire Is very proud of this valuable leas of property and oars for her better than somo people do their children BOUGHT A UOMB Mark Hardln j who has lived In a hotel iootr enough bunoness P Walt p the resldanoe now occupied by E O onoe continue tbe hotel business but be aDd his wife will ooou pr their homo as soon as they got fix ed up for housekeeping THE Kentucky tobacco crop of 1001 according to figures compiled by Agrl oulwral Commissioner Nail from tbo reports of county assessors amounted to 18785021 pounds Of this Lincoln county Is credited with only 101450 pounds Davies with 12371 020 pounds to her credit Is tbo largest to bacco county In the State and Dell with only 16 pound is tbe smallest TUB biggest sale Lincoln county bas had for somo tlmo will occur Saturday next W H and J S Murphy executor of J S Murpby Sr will sell the splendid farm of 260 cares on the Bus tonville pike a 250acro farm near Highland a lot of knob land and the storeroom In Stanford now occupied by John Bright Jr Co Road the advertisement elsewhere Remember tVthe date next Saturday May 10 GOOD PROSPECTS A distance about 600 tent hue boon reneged In tho second well on tbe Baugbman farm COO boreIIIIs d aspsEUbo ood lox will be found and other oxper lonccd oil moo are equally as confide bwillfirst well will bo sunk about 350 qn Sout0coo end their two machines aro ep colt here CRAII ORCHARD SPRIKOS Mr J B Willis tbo clover mine hot of Crab Orchard Springs Is getting ready for tbo opening of his delightful Summer resort which will take place about a month hence The buildings have all 1 erabeen repaired paint and whitewash have been liberally used and the e clous grounds have been worked on til they aro Indeed a thing of beauty Rooms are already being engaged and tbo coming promises to bo tbo biggest season In the leaf decado Mr WII rahas a posture full of beeves and lam berleo which by opening time will beIIfat One He is also engaging Spri chickens by tbe hundreds of dozens C O PAlRAt a meeting of tbo stockholders of the Crab Orchard Fair Association R H Bronaugh was elected president Andrew W Buchanan secretary W D Wallin assistant sec rotary and J R Edmlston treasurer lobo W Holmes was chosen Bret vlco president W A Beazlcy second vice president and Dr W M Doores third Covice president The following dlrco tore wero elected R H Brooaugb J W Guest s J Totem A 0 Dunn J F Holdam J B Willis J Mort Roth well W D Wallin W A Bcazloy and J H Collier July 23 24 and 25 are the dates decided upon Everybody In the East End Is working for and talking up tho fair and everything points to a successful exhibition Is It hot enough tor you COL LAMIAM mad dog near W W Hope house Saturday CADDAaB sweet potato and tomato plants Ed Hubbard Stanford 2t RlvlDghieI WANTED good farm band Will waalesj S Murphy Turnersvllle TILE dog tax goes on Juno 1 If you fdayhim CALL at V U Muellers and got the watch you loft with mo to repair It Is WilliamIIamlitoo ofkDObol1ythermometer Roodwell Roestbeid TUB following gentlemen wero elect ed trustees of tbo graded school Satur FranklincRout r NOTICE Bids for the construction of street gutter on Mill street will bo received at my office until May 10 1002 CouDcllmanPeterClerk JACOB GINSUURO and family who mado Stanford their homo for a of years leavo this week for nbought andbewhere a cordial welcome to visit him JoburgStanfordTUB semiannual neemeeting of t0the ootinty cooperation of the Chris ltlnn oburonas of Lincoln county will be SaturdaycburobM In the county and they are all requCl8tcdtomeeting will convene In the morning at 10 ooloek and continue till about 3 i U Dinner will be prepared by tbe congregation at MeCormaoks for all POVVBLL One of tho saddest deaths we hope bad to chronicle la years Is that of Mies Lee Powell daughter IIuatoavllJeThe BeII noelcagily Saturday morning she was called to tbo Ian that Is fairer than day Miss Powell bad not been In tho best of health but her death was very sudden notwith standing She bad goon to visit her sister biro J D Depp at MIddleburg and while attending a school entertain ment thorn Friday night sho was taken III From that hour until death camo tho suffered Intensely but she bore It 1 with wonderful fortitude Miss Paae was a member of the Christian char atofyoung women Sbo was tho Idol of her father who since the death of his alto has been both other and mother and was loved by all who knew her Light henrted she sea the bright sldo of everything and few young ladle enjoyed lIfo more than this one wbo has been so suddenly taken away iBba was the sunshine of a happy home ut with her gone the good father knowsrdgrant ho may given power from above to stand his tit0o grave at noon by Rev G Mills all that was mortal of the excel lent young lady was laid to rest In the Hustonvlllo cemetery by the side of homother who bad long since joined tbe s ilent majoritywMATRIMONIAL t I ma1oer justb11es I Josephine Hplman of Indiana wbo was once engaged to marry Mar coal tbe Inventor will marryaHunga Pleasridp seph wero married after a courtship of 60 yearssMiss Emma Ballpu one of Pulaskls most popular teachers and promising daughters was married to E P HunIt of Somerset Wm E Singleton Eubanka and Miss La Belle Taylor of Burnslde were married by Rev W H Applegate at the Coyler Hotel Journal A Hopklnsvllle special says A clal event of onto will be tbo marrle i of Mlsa Carrie L Rieke daughter W H Bloke to James E Cooper Tho bride was formerly the wife of tbo In tended groom sad be secured a divorce She subsequently married Mr Qua Bur nett who obtained a divorceIReubon H Glvens eon of Mr George I Miller Givens of the West End w married in New Orleans last week to TEARFUL OR CHEERFUL Whether a woman is tearful or cheer ful depends not on what she has materi she is physically Many anIndulgent is driven to desll3lr by the tearful outburst of a wife who has every thing she wants He nts to- know whats the matter Hut the wife tell only that she is depressed and despondent Such a condition is usually related to some tone- womanly The mental depression has its corresponding womanly weakness Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription changes tearful women to women by curing Ute diseases which cause pb pintsItdrains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness aahlngIon to let you know how 1 am I on Mjr by Cod + h l and your help I mm well I hate taken K bottle oDr Pierce + Favorite Prescription and two of his Golden Medical DUcorerjr and I can do all my work I cat your media doe too highly I will recommend your medl doe a long u I lire If anyone + thil site them my addres n Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine works wooden for weak womenKeep the bowels healthy by the l mely use of Doctor Pleasant Pellets Miss Amelia Campbell of Bay St Louis La The groom Is a valued em playa of the L d N and a tine young man while his brldo la said to be a beautiful girl wbo Is as bright an sboi Is good looklDg Tbo I J extends the glad hand to tbo sappy couple Horace Greeley Lutes eon of Mr hn Lotus and Mies Neeley pretty daughter of Mr and MrsA sh B Myers of too Mlllcdgevllle h 1omemany tbe couple camo to Mr Lutes wherean enjoyable reception was given industriousnU ono of the mon popular young women of her section The INTERIOR JOUR NAL extends btfarty congratulations to the happy couple and wishes them s long life of unalloyed happiness In tbe 24 voara Dr T T Eaton hasG o b Streethbrcbbeen Increased from 573 to 1001 and collections have aggregated tG2T 047 74 atFOR RENT I desire to rent out for the balance of the avenuoThe todwfobealthWANTED tamgras Sexton Goof cottage homo with cis ApplytoMarshals Sale For City Taxes offeredCbyearIWI11101 before the courthouse door In Stan ford Ky for cash In band tolttAnderson Carr col one town tot t33 Abe Carter 1 DO Green Helm It 1 0 Harrison Helm It It 148 R O JONES M 0 8 Wool Wanted Wo want to buy your wool and will pay us1e001t00NE Jt GENTRY Stanford Ky bePUBLIC SALE I On Tuesday May 13 1003 I will Boll the houeeheldWand kitchen furniture valuable books car pets curtains pictures etc Terms on house end lot made known on day of sale Terms n personalty casb Person having claims properly ill please settle II J DAKST Exor EXECUTORS SALE I A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County sari a Business House h Other Desirable Property in Stanford As Executors of the lest will and testa many ot John B Mnrphy Sr deceased we ina1902titthese parcel ot real estate which belong to the estate of testator towltt 1 Tlln business house and lot On the southeast corner of Main and Lancaster occupiedbvS The tract of about 40 acres of land situate In the lIOutbwealernlart ot Stanford The farm of about 260 acres of excel ofent land situate about ax miles from Stan ford on the Hustonvllle pike This farm will first be offered Jn two parcel one of about ISO acres being that part on the north side of the pike the other of about 80 cries on the south side of the pike Then these4 A parcel of about 2SO acres of knob HighlandOf cash 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 sole and toil possession Jan 1 1003 The purchaser of the ISO arre tract on the north side of the pike Is to assume the pay ment to Mrs Mary J Murphy ot the sum of lItobutnolongerFur tlnear Mc pmly Snappy Gotfies for Men j If f JToshoulders curve of back roll of lapel loose trousers and other de tails that mark the apparel of the f well dressed man it is no longer ne cessary to go to the merchant tailor y We have them in this seasons outttold design and they cost you half tispeoples wants 11Cummins M rb i 1 Childrens Clothing this season are things of beauty and a look at our stock will convinceJou Wo have 2 piecedoubJebreasteulla 8piece litte mens suits childb sailor eiiit and this cut represents the popu mar Norfolk suit We can fit your boy H J MCROBERTS I NEW SP ING SILKS m t- II s Taffeta Silks in all colors and black at 85c I I Pcau de Sole washable colors and black at 98c II Wash Silks in a dozen different combinations at 4geItSilk Tissues in pretty styles at 50c 27inch black Taffeta guaranteed at 1 I I 27inch Peau do Soie silk at 110t 1h 36inch black Taffeta at 1rlblack Taffeta guamnteedat 8125 I30inch eilk warp Sublime at 81 I d I SPECIAL Sewing Silk and Chiffon Veiling washable 25 and 35C I I have all the new sheer goods for commence IWe ment dresses Persians French Lawns t Batiste Mauselain do Soie c i Severance Sons New Store 1 iQUALITY AND tTwo most interesting points See and examine our line before Plow and Wagon Harness Smooth buyingIWire Manure s Diggers Clover and Timothy Seed Ranges Hardware Groceries everyweekgiven prompt attention and immediate delivery w JOHN BRIGHT JR CO i Corner Opera House Block jg Vicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS FURNITUREof Curtains Curtain Poles and Shades Wall Paper ready to Hang Carpets and Rugs Withers Furniture Oa s i JL F Li t p THllNTEKlORJOURNAL Entered n the pooj2ce at Stanford at leondclcut maU- erlotslSahdTad e sadlirtdve1 31 PER YEAR CASH w When not ioptldS3OO will btcharged A S PRICE I Burgeon j Dentist I Stanford Ky OBetoT McUoberU Drag Store In the Owilej I RliJONESDENTIST Uulldlnj StanfordF Ky IDggina A Me KInney Stor + ItOmceover Telephone No 8 I BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Oficcjin Masonic BMg SOMERSET Room 9 KY tWlu practice In all the State Court also in United States nod Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remttted J + rvlMONUMENTSdtltEIZltw tfWhlteBronia In tonlone Intho tnonnncnt what tbo Improved drophead low Ipg machine Is to the old hand method or 1tbe car In to the old bilge ronci It advanced thought of the ago It li Indestructible and will perpetuate II re cords and lotlug place of our loved ones n Is veri beautiful wlth n trosled sliver ape II pearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate it J C McWhorter Agt KY oRAiiuonoiiAiiD 1f J+ i+ YJCa A Y rf t1NDEBl AxmR IIEMBALMERAnd DealcarIn I HAB1TESS 3ADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky 1 W DR R GOLDSTEIN r Eye BpeclalUt ot Lonltrllle will be at 1 St AsaphiIotelStanford- HDUit KAY tbJOne Day Odj Now Is the time Dont neglect your best Iriend your eyes Eyes examined and l negltctCfice hours II a m to p m r e a Some ReasonsW- hy You Should Insist on heaving EUREKA HARNESS OIL Unequaled any other Readers lard leather Butt preparedKeeps A heavy bodied o- ilHARNESS AH excellent preservative Reduces cost pf your harness Never burns the leather i iu Efficiency is increased Secures service Stitches kept from breaking OILI s sold in all LocalitiesslannhetuMhy 9lnndaril OH Compnnr HOME FOR SALEM home and lot at Mlddloburg Casey ounty Ky Most desirable In the own Situated near Mlddleburg Normal Icllege being originally built tor a dormI- tory Ooo1 garden orchard and out build Inl Corre pond nce solicited Call on or address MITCHEt TAYLOR Burnslde Ky ERDILLEHAYDASTVILLE Manufacturer of BRIcKTAnd Lime CementooWrite BEAZLEY Fr HAYS TTNDEBTAXEBS ALSO DIALKU lit Furniture MatUngsRugi And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for aU kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY KING EAGLE1t lsKiDK Eigl is IS hands S Inches high dark bay with flowing mane and tall goes ill the Its with plenty of aclon Sired bY Ro7Al King nnt damty Eagle nerd M dm by lied Lloneddau by Harris lenmarkbe by MUler Denmark 4th din Jim Bell Iborouthbrttl NOTE 11071 King was Bred by the great Oi Time Helta full brother to the great Sllre KlDKndAllleUthermthott mare that toll for II 000 King Eagles 2 1 the dam of Boyd the great show mare that htl when won everywhere within isoe and told tor 8300 Kim make the neuon at m stable IK wllea wet of Stanford on the Bbtlbi Hlj pike at the lw price of 1 10 to insure a Ur log colt Vlll also stand the noted mule inJ Jtnoett JtBILLY KEENE at is for mares and e1S to Jenuxu to Inure a Uvinftcolt llllljr Krrne wa drcd by the great oc Flrrt dam by dun prlte he br the Imported Palermo 3d dm bj Lett Hubblea lrtDte the sire or Joe IHatkbun and UrllDoliL DlllyKeene Illodl full 16 hind black w tU white point u a breeder lu- iiunrurpaasedasatunic IIr Jenoctl lack Ills oolta will show for thtmtelTn Will also let that great SyearoM Jack JIMseree shout 20 ware at 1s to Iniur a KEENE Jim Keene need full 15 band and 2 Inches hIgh black with white point lie war sire the grill Ullly K oe- Marellnded patel with or bred elsewhere for felts the Insurance and money becomes due at the Ume of auch trantactlon For further partkulan address S T IIAfUUS Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE DuscnirnoN Foaled1805 IShand H In high weighs in good nosh 1204 pounds mahogany bay with blaol points a model in form with that wonderful style characteristic of tho dies tor Dare family so universally ac knowledged as superior to all As a show horse he has a good record winning In his class and sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3 year Old form wore 13 blun ties out of 14 shows thro Central Kentucky In harness he Is very stylish gaited with pure de cured action and steps a clip few saddle horses can show making him a harness horso of the highest typo Un del saddle he Is attractive with best of lino action speedy separating his gates with knee action recoHsary for an uptodate sire His colts though are coming totho front and fast ranking him one of the best of breeders which class bring ensatlonal prices His colts are large rangy with long wellset neck fine hacks broud tint bone with great action and best of colors I respectfully Invite you to call and Inspect them be ore booking your mares PEDIGHEK Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S H R he by Black Squirrel 58 ho by Black Eagle 74he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 04 ho by Gaines Den mark 01 ho by rats horse Denmark I S he by imported Hedgeford 1st dam LUzle 0307 3J11heloin by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills Vermont 4th damThqrough bred Welchmonts 1st dam Pauline b Almont Forest 2863 Will make the season 1002 at Lawn Mere Stock Fann 21 miles West of lustonville Ky onBradfordsvllIo lustonville pike nearCarjenter8 Sta lon at 92O to Insure a Living Colt A biuall reduction on a club of i or more mares Mares traded or mrjed with forfeits insurance andmon oy becomes due at time of such transaction Lein retained all colts till season money is paid Mares from a distance grazed 12 per month Grained if desired at reasonable rates All- bll 8 must be paid before removal of hares Mares entrusted will receive personal attention but will not be esponalblefor accidents or escapes C C CARPENTER hone n Rssldtnca Huttonvlll Exchange eMiattM ei ttfers I KINGSVILLE W L McCarty will leave for the city next week to purchase Sprlni goods Dr C M Thompson Informs us tbat drilling for oil will begin hero wIthin lOdaysOur boys and girls cbntlnue to tako an Interest in the weekly pruyc tneettDci Ulabo Rose our colored cltlacn marI clad a widow instead of a wldowlrI as reported In our lest letter E D Carey and Thomas Upthegrov C S employees have been spending a fow days with their relative born Adlal Glass was the guest of DP and Mrs J W Acton Mrs D C Penny backer has returned from Knoxyllle Oble Francis Is learning telegraph under Mr Francis Tom Hicks and family have moved bore from Science HillDr 0 M Thompsons large and wel tilled lea house will prove a blessing tall especially the sick and adlluted the SummerDr M Thompson accompanied Mr S G Blankonshtp to Anchorag where he was committed to the Lak land Asylum W L McCarty raised on 18 acres of land rented from D M Crelgbton IS 000 pounds of millet which he has been selling at Toe per hundred W R OundltT our efficient static agent sold 1240 worth of tickets Thursday to Robert Gottsoy and family who left for nood River Oregon to locati Homer Baxter aged 16 died last Friday or typhoid fever RevThomi son held a funeral discourse at tho grave Deceased was burled In tbo Presbyterian graveyard J W Thompson Is enlarging and otherwise Improving his business eitaV llshment and Is receiving nqw good dally Ho has Ice cream soda and will later have Ices of all kinds for ule throughout the season One of our enterprising youths ap proprlated a good mowing machine which belonged to W L McCarty and after taking U a part proceeded to die pose of It to an oldIron man when Mr McCarty discovered his lost and claim ed his property Upon being admon Ished the boy replied that he didnt think It was of any account Mr Die Carty however did not think that wai a valid excuse Denny Horton has been 111 of pneu monla but Is improving Miss Artie Simmons Is very much Indisposed Mrs John Walls is ill Mrs W R Cuodlff who sustained a broken limb a month or more BED Is not doing so well and IsI suffering very much from her injuries Mrs Cundlff being a very sweet and useful woman a teacher in Sunday School and leader in prayer meetmg U rreatly missed and has the sympathy of the entire community Miss Margaret touted has returned from Lexington sod Is quite sick at her home hero Miss EmmaRouten returned from Lex- Ington Tuesday Little Miss Dora Rig Icy has returned from a visit to rela tives at McKinney Mrs Sebastian 2hevoleite has been quite sick the past week LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lutes Co have 21 extra yearling cattle for slletIE L King sold to S Morgan 20 146 pound hogs at Go Isaac Hubbard sold to D a Allen 20 59pound bogs at6c Fresh Jersey cow and aged male for sale Henry Anderson 2t A bunch of 1500 pound steers sold at St Joseph Mo for 18 25 Lutes Co bougbtof M J Hoffman 0000 pound butcher cattle at c- Over 1000 wagon loads or tobacco were hauled Into Mayfield Friday Two Polled Angus bulls ready lot service J W Baughman Stanford 0 John L Beck sold to Lutes Co 37 150 pound hogs at 50 and 34 cattle for ctl delivery at 3 85 Fresh cow atd young calf and six rear old 151 hands gelding for sale B O Goner HUltonvllletIOne Cynthlana firm bought 4100 worth of eggs last month The aver Bge price paid was 12ic More than 72000 horses and mule have been shipped from Lathrop Mo rlbe last year to the British forces In South Africa Arsenal son of the famous Lamp ebtcr won the Metropolitan Hwdl cap at Morris Park New York his owner receiving a prize of 8307P Charles Lutes bought of his father John Lutes aJoad of top hogs weigh cd up In Cincinnati Oct 15th at 60 Younlt Lutes has plenty ot nerve but he had better keep an eye on the old man Robert Rogers has sold and delivered to J V Goodman 25000 pounds of hemp at 15 05 per hundred and is so well pleased with the yield and price Oat ho has sown 65 acres for this year Harrodsburg Democrat AlanaDale won the 28th Kentucky lerby at Churchill Downs Louisville efore a vast throng Ho led from start to finish but was closely pressed at the nlsh by Inventor Tho Rival and Abe Frank tho other starters and he won on gameness alone by a neck Inven tor finished second and The RIval bird Abe Frank the favorite was last AlsnaDale was bred and foaled In Fayette by Thomas C McDowell his owner Time 2031 n sari ICHURCH NATTERS Statistics show that onq out of every twentytwo Danish emigrants to tbe United State becomes a Mormon The Rov W N Norms or the Eminence Baptist church has accepted the I call ot Grace Baptist church ot Was In ton City Prof W D Akcrs of Asbury 001 loge will preach at the Method llt church next Sunday in the pastors ab sence andRov Crawford of Wlnchi tor tho Sunday following I Gov JelT Davis unexpectedly returned to Llttlo Rock and Bald that his return was to answer the charges preferred agaloet him by the members of the Little Rook Second Baptlstchurc Ho speaks of the charges as being preferred by soma who were too cowardly to sign their names CURES HHENDOCTOIISFAIL Mrs Frank Chlasson Patterson Ls wihn Juno 8 11KU 1 had malaria feier in very bad form was under treatment by doctors but us soon tie I stopped tak- Ing their medicine tea fever would re turn again I useda sample bottle ot llorbine found it helped me Then bought two bottles which completely cured mo I teal grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine and can honestly recommend it to those luffering from malaria M it will surely cure them Ilcrblne SOc bottle at 1ennyl Drug Store I loft my husbands death notloo hero this morning said the widow Yes said tbo bright clerk in tbe publishing olllco of the Dally Squib Now I want to add Gone to HOlt in an appropriate place II Yes madam replied tbo brljht clerk and the next morning she read Gone to rest In an approprla place1 Philadelphia Press Belgium sold to the United Statu last year in firearm principally rough bored gun barrel 85221007 worth H7CRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call IMBBR LflND FOR SOLE In order to settle the tartnonhlpbuslne + at John Ilonta Jr and J 0 Coulter Mr lonta baYIng died last December we wUI lell 2TN acres ot tlmberlandln Adalroom ty Ky Thl land contains between 4140 000 and B000600 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory Umber TIIlI tract of land Is close to the famous oil Oed ot Wayne county and 1s exceedingly willi adapted for agricultural nurpooe All ot tho land Is In one body and It 1 a bargal torsoll1e one For particulars apply to J O CO Ky- Or to E M llardln Urrodsburg or Oscar lonta Faulkner K- ySlue EyesThe spotted Shetland stallion lllue Eyed by Imported Blue Ryes will make tbe see on of lees st SO Ute season cash at time ot ervlce or ts to Insure a living colt Guu Looaii Hundleu Danville Kentucky Toni Keene By Or Tturkos Old Tom Keone wad 1th white points IB hands levee yars olll- Jood bono and fine breeder loltabow for emselves Will stand at 88 to Insure lane kept at hoc per week No responstbll ItT for accidents OEO W 1ULLIAM Shelby CUT Ky Eagle BirdThe mighty son of the great King Eagle Eagle filed as a show stiilllon has but tew equal lie wou the 3400 stake at Lexlng ton Ky detesting some of tbe greato orscs that Kentucky has over produced Eagle Illrd as a sire of good big finished horses Is not surpassed Ills colu aro In demand and are nor higi rises either for business or breeding pur ores Will make tho prevent season at the table of his owners 3 wel of Btan Cord on the Shelby City pike at tho low Ilrlco of iio to Insure a Living Colt I1artlng with the mare forfeits the Insurance IAlso at the same place we will stand the- fino uuile Jack SWEET WILLIAM at f9 to Insure No bettor mule Jack will bo offered for public service than this one For further particulars address E P Woods 8 Sons STANFORD KY BLACK HAWK JR Will inaks tbs season at toy farm 1 mile south at ot McKinney at the tow price of St to insure I- IhlDC colt lIIack Iliwk Is nearly IS bands high blatt with mealy nose firm sad muscle I- aure lost getter Several ol his o Its hue mate and esbowlagupfne lie II 008 of the heat brN eksinhaStatis tks following pedigree willow Us war tlwl by Col Itlll llmklnrldge hi b Cleveland a lick hinds he by Rig Tom In by Coutf McUarrnck Imported lack Wick UIkl dam was by Frank Mack 2nd dam a Mo- ul jennet ilrtd by Coniprouiise bs br Tippers noe hs br old lllsck ROYAL DENMARK iVlll slw stand mjr fine combined lUlllon allho- lime place and on same terms to to noun a IffID- colt Vnlaut 1118 bind high bcautinil Stone1lValUark ioysiDenmarkaantdam by Escort Ifltllerttl second re iaterd aN- dan by old Imported Pointer fIb dam by old Cop rbottoiu registered Conildering Boy l IVn irks breodiogantlodleiduittly hi Is without doubt tbs chMit stallluu standing In Central todsyM tltbtr of tbs aliovs stock changing ncnblp at once forfeits uuon- M S SCVDDEK McKinney JeT MENS FINE SHOES My stock of liens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies tG Misses IJ we linve the Drew Sclby r Invincible S11oesI j Every pair rally gunrnntood Twontyono years hnullin shoos Our millinery stock is complete Give us a call the eaT e1lYc Xer ScscmHUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCEtUEAJKUS IXjCarriages Buggies Phae I tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand amIifare sold at prices that defy competition l See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Paxton iL W Oeo Carter This beautiful 11k1- OLt1 l Xle 1l3tcrfitted with an Elgin or Waltham movement anti warranted 36 years for I 1lln wanting anything in our line dont all to see the new and beautiful things we hate In our handsome stock Jtomcmbor our Mr Murray in graduate ot one of tbe largest Opthalmlc College In the country When you buy glasses of ui we guarantee satisfaction or refund the money Fine repAir- Ing and diamond Mtt- lugMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville BIG CfflClS COJWG TO TOWNr Of course you are coming to bring the childreni Whilo tti town only and sro our took of ImplonionU null Volilclw Wo hnvo just Btnrtc l quite n number of TIGER CORK PLANTERS and everyone is giving Eatiifuation Wo have the fJOBH CULTIVATORS walking null riding also tonguoloM AVo have Mivornl cultivators that are net rigors vro will soil almost at your own price to make room for tho Tiger Conic nUll see uswe win ploaso you Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Modern Drug Dealing a Tim elements that enter into perfect drug seryico are we believe those Competency quality courteousness and a fair profit policy 11c dn doavor to give all these tho fullest expression While in sonic things tliorojis Icgitimntu nood of varying qualities in medicinal drugs thoro is not We handle oho grade onlytho highest yot our prices are apt to bo less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store Directors J D J B Owiley S Shank O Walker a Leave your Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material and Accurate Work manship I a II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO W Successors to The FArmers Hank k Trust Company and under same management continuously w tor 36 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial 15 IKy Prescriptionswith CRAIG SHOCKER LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ACCOUNT Officers 8 II SHANKS Prcildent J n OW8LEY Cashier r- tv M imimiT At Cashier IFYOUIN T BARCAINSCOT THE NEW JOB STORB3lmor Storeroom Stanford You will always get your moneys worth and whit you want In Dry Goods t Clothing Shoes flats NotIons Jewelry Etc Give us a trial I M Snyder Son Stanford Uf