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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALiVOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 9 19029 A M NO 20 h NEWS NOTESj n S P Lancaster of Nelson county Is e dead aged i3 Drat Ilarto the American author it dead In London Kansas raised 18270 for tbo McKIn- ley memorial fund Fifty buildings wore destroyed byre at Now Mllfurd Conn s Street car mon secure shorter houri and more pay In San Francleco Flro at Hobrulsk Russia destroyed 072 residences and 050 small stores Major W S Webb has been appoint ed commandant at the State College Ornvcr Fish ion of A T Pith of Berca broke his leg while playing ball Owonsboro Is to bavo a toy factory which will manufacture all kinds of s toys Over 200 Doers were captured and 10 were killed near Llndloy Orange flyer Colony Win Rablo who shot and killed bla wlfo at Fort Wayne Ind hung him self In Jill 55aok Richards died In ChrUtlan county from the effacti of having a tooth pulled t Two men were killed and seven In jured In a wreck on tbo Union Paeii cat Topeka Kan- Lexington W O T U women bare asked the Rib not to permit the altol whisky at their fair The C O and Seaboard Alrllao are contestants for rights to tbo ooal fields of Pike county Two hundred physicians were present at the opening seislon of the State Mod r Zeal Association In Paducah The Mississippi building at the St Louis Fair will be a reproduction of Deauvolr the Jojl Davis homo Too ninth annual convention of Po lio Chiefs of the United States and Canada Is In session in Louisville Thomas J Shlpp has been appointed jalUr of Wood lard county to Oil out the unexplrcd term of bis tether who died The National Clear Leaf Tobaoco Association In session In Cincinnati denouneed the American Clear Com pay Tbo New York Herald reiterates the statement that negotiations are peed ing to combine the L N and Motion road As the result of a quarrel over a white man Mary Lewis a Nagro worn an killed Annie Burns also oolored at Frankfort The United States court of appeals has ordered another trial In the J M McKnlgbt bank ease This will be his fifth trial A 17montbsotd oblltl of John All good of Owensboro drank coal oil from an oyster can and died from the ofieels of it- fearR Admiral Wlillam Thomas Sampson died In Washington as the dl root result of cerebral homorrbaco He was In his 63d year Mill flortenso Abromet a pretty and accomplished girl was arrested at In 1 h dianapolis on the charge of setting fir to a neighbors house Burns University School near Char lottesvlllo Va was destroyed by Ore Students Knox of Richmond and Me Neal of Alexandria are missing The transcript of evidence In tb CliO of Jim noward was led In tbo ap pollatc clerks olllco In Frankfort The care will be called In 10 days and set argumentp Naunhelm was convicted In the Federal court at Owensboro of the ohargo of embezzling funds of the National Deposit Dank of which ho was Militant cashier Seven different poisons as shown by Chemist Fennels report were found In the stomach of MrsDr R C Tiliey who died under mysterious circum stances at Petersburg Prof K Dlcrkeland a Norwegian physicist has Invented an eleotro msg netic cannon which theoretically call throw a two ton projectile nine miles or oven further by lengthening the tube Attorney Clem Wblttemoro for Auditor Coulter has flied suit against l I former Sheriff Henry Droughton of Bell county the sensational witness In the Derry Howard case to recover II 600 alleged to bo due the State District Attorney R D JIm will ap ply to tho Supreme Court of the United States for a writ of certiorari in the McKnlgbt clUe In case that court takes Jurisdiction be Is hopeful of re s versing the decision of the United Statue Circuit Court of Appeals The Southern delegates In tbo Wo meod Club Federation at Los Angeles Cal won the first point In the struggle- over the color question by securing th adoption of tbo compromise amend 1 wont agreed upon In New York several weeks ago The amendment was adopt ed by an overwhelming vote Gov Jeff Davis submitted his reply to charges of Immorality preferred by the Second Baptist church of Little extor ablebodied brother Then bo I tales bo will be ready to stand trial I jCHURCH MATTERS I Cumberland Presbyterians will build a Huron at Columbia IU Rev Mlobael Augustine Corrl gan archbishop of New York Is deadI Hither DUbop McDonald or Bishop Farley will sueoeed Arobblshop Corrl ran Rev W Eugene Sauce of George town will preach at tbo Baptist church next Sunday morning The Rev Timothy McGuIre n Cath olio priest at Chicago was found drowned In his bath tub Rev J D Culpepper the evango list Is holding an Interesting meeting at Georgetown Methodist church Rev J W Hadnt subject Sunday morning next Is The Dynamic of Acceptable Service evening The Young Mans Christ At Winchester Sunday tbo members of the Presbyterian church Increased the salary of their pator Rev Wra Cummlng 1200 making UtlGOO The congregation at the Christian church last Sunday morning responded to a plea for Home Missions by giving 118 above their apportionment which was 850 Australia has proportionately more churches tbao any other country the number being 0018 or SIO churches to every 100000 people England has 141 ehuronos to every 100000 Russia only 66 to the same number Rev Sam P Jones the sensational Georgia preaobor Is doing well finan cially He Is about to erect a 826000 business block in Carteravllle and has made other Investments of his surplus Income thai promise to make him Inde pendently rich No stipends are paid to the clergy at St Lukes church Ohobbam Rngland while the choir the organist organ blower and bellrlngor all give their services true The church was built by voluntary contributions and the cost of carrying It on Is only 17 60 per week KINGSVILLE Dr C M Thompson left Monday fa LoBlsvlIIti to attend medical lectures Rev Thompson preached to a larg as4 appreciative audience Sunday morning and evening nt the Methodist cbureb That tired feeling a symptom of Spring fdver Is very prevalent just now owing doubtless to the sudden change from cool to very warm weath er Our oil promoters are most sanguine of results and will begin operations at Once The plutocrat of our town held- a mfeellag In the front parlor of W L MoCarlys residence Saturday evening and organised or reorganised an oil companyMrs L Shelton of Rowland was the recent guest of her mother Mrs Hllabeth Psalm Mrs D G Alton of Somerset Is the guest of her mother Mr D C Pennybaokor John Obawk hiseI aunt Mrs Ponnybackor Hulsco Ac too spent a few days with Mr and Mrs A Glass at Stanford Mire Maude Dlaokenship and Mr Norris Walls will bo married Sunday Mised Iaudo Is exceedingly pretty and pos saiics a lovely disposition and Mr Nails lit to bo congratulated Wo might state that the groom also ls quite handsome and a very worthy young man Their many friends extend to them their beet wishes for a happy life ORCHARD FAIR President R H Dronaugh of th Crab Orobard Fair Association us the following lists with request to publish Honorary Vice Presidents Harvey Helm Stanford J W Smith Richmond J N Denny Garrard W D Moore Danville I S Tcvls Shelby Cltr Dr W L Hockudy Madison R L Hubble Hubble J Thomas Cherry DrodheadF L Thompson Mt Vcr non Geo D Weatbcrford Hustonville + Col W G Welch Stanford F Reid Danville J C Coulter Mlddleburg W L McCarty Klngsvlllo Advisory Duard whoso duty will be to advise with directors S M Owens McKIn noy C C Carpenter Hustonville Joe T Embry Stanford A Logan Denny Danville W D Durum Lancaster M S Daughman Stanford Capt Ike Dunn Marcollus ring master ITilE MOST COMMON AILMENT More people sullen from rheumatism than from any other ailment Title is wholly unnecessary too for a cure may be WeVescott of Mesdovrdsle N Y says I have been aflllcted with rheumatism t some time and It ken caused me muc suffering I concluded to try Ohamter lalna Pain Balm and am pleased to say that It has cured me For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists The consumption of Hour In the United States IB about ono barrel a year to every man woman and child In tho country IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES JohnjpbyIThomas P Bruce brother of Rev J M Druce Is dead at Egorton Mo Jonathan Smith who married a cous in of Mrs Mary Burch of this place la dead In Scott county The Uome 011 Co drilled Into Cur don laud at Parnell Wayne county at 2000 feet and found oil Tbo Louisville end Nashville rail road has purchased 26000 acres of the best coal lands In the Jlddlcaboro die trict The Jelllco Mountain Coal Co of Wnliley county with 825000 capital stock filed articles of Incorporation at FrankfortThe city fathers refused to accept the resignation of Mayor Fish er and the mayor then withdrew the resignation As a result of the rivalry of L fe N and Southern engineering parties Tom fllokey an L sir N overseer killed a Southern laborer named Parton At a called meeting of the Lancaster oounell former Jailer S D Rothwell was unanimously elected chief ot police to succeed S D Turner resigned The Jones well No 3 of the Swan Lake Oil Co came In on Rlohland Crook in Knox with an estimated ca pacity of 1000 barrels 011 was struck nt ISO feet Grace Braun of Texa and Anna Graves of New York were expelled from Jessamine Institute Nothing sensational or disgraceful basoocurred but tho girl bad been unruly wltnln school walls for several months DANVILLB The Dreoklnrldge 011 Company will resume operations on the Johnson farm near Moreland next Monday or Tuesday A new well will bo drilled The extra machinery la on the ground and the men aro expected the latter part of this week The will of Mlss Phoebe Crutohfield was broken In circuit court She left an estate torsome boon espec breakewit brought by Mrs Agnes Calvert of Perry vi lie tbo nearest liv log relative John U Meier and 0 M Huffman have purchased from O P Huffman his meat markot on Main street oast of Manlnnls restaurant Advocate AN ANGRY COLONEL Col Jones has given up for his favorite pastime that of pursula- the columns of the IAraa10aJ0unNAL- We are sorrv to lose him but its a III wind eta Ho says be la tired of being fooled Into commencing an Item be minks will bo Interesting reading and alit conclusion finding It to be a clever article on Col Carters Liver Pills Lemjobs Liver Pads or a jolly to a weak minded woman from old hide Plokbam Ho came loco too office this morning and canceled his subscription to the paper saving that be ran afoul of whole pages lately that cooked his goose for gooo and be was going back to the Vicar of Wakefield and Children of the Abbey whoso venpratcd authors bo bad a cinch on they had been dead so long Hocortalnlv was tbo picture of an angry gentleman as adjusting his eye glasses and calling off from bla no book be Informed ua with an I that In tbo past three days only ho bad been fooled Into presuming tbreo thrilling lion stories aomo cntralltng gossip about a Duralupas that ho ha thesa of stuff wind log up with the Information that would all bo seen with the Sells Downs Dig Shows at Stanford Mon day May 12 WONT FOLLOIF ADVICE AFTER PAYING FOR IT In a recent article a prominent physi clan says It Is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or slot to the smallest extent ho lies butane re sort left namely the drug treatment Whoa medicines are used for chronic con stlpatlon tie most mild and gentle ob tainable such as Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natutal an healthy condition For sale by Craig d Hooker Druggists The average expenditure In the whole country for public schools la 8060 per head of school population calculated on the population between flvo and 18 eapeaht for too schooling of the young of th city this year being 820215383 A London firm has issued a catalogue of tho goods It keeps for sale It Is an encyclopedic work In two handsome volumes pf 880 pages 5C In colors size lOx 12 Inches and two Inches In thickness Its publication cost 8100000 LANCASTER Growing crops aro much refreshed by a good rain- Cutworms aro already severe on vegetables wheat and other grain It Is rumored that the Minor Flouring Mill will again be put In operation Farmers report the grass unusually short and good grazing land Is now at quite A premium Elder A R Mooro has been selected to deliver the baccalaureate address to the Hazel Green school on June 1 The 4th apd fish grades of the Gar rard School were given a picnic Tues day by their teacher Miss Alice Hon dersonJa Sparkasold a bunch of cattle to Nelson Morris of Chicago at 8010 Mr Bourno sold a horse to H C Sut ton for 8100 A sensational way of advertising Col gans chewing gum was exhibited on the streets Wednesday consisting of a cart drawn by six dogs Quito a number attended the land leasing of Mrs Emma Perkins on Wed nesday Grass land rented at from 40o to 82 53 for meadow tracts The collection for homo missions at the Christian church Sunday amounted to82fi As a building fund Is alto be tog solicited this was a liberal dona tionAt the last meeting of the city coun cil a member was elected to supply a vacancy caused by one of the recently elected candidates falling to qualify Tbo choice fell on J Joseph SauQoy Hughes will give a third an nual elocutionary contest at the Opera Souse In July Young ladles from surrounding towns will compete and handsome prizes will be given Dr W S Deazlov baa sold his neat cottage for 82000 to Misses Jennlo and Lucy Arnold who will return hero at once for residence Dr Deazley will build on the lot adjoining his fato propertyJ has accepted a position In Frlabloe drug store Miss Lcnna Hobbs is teaching a class In stenog rapby Fisher Herring Is clerking for Durnotto Sbugara Shirley Elkln Is serving soda water at McRoberta drug storeSix or eight applicants have been here within the last week to secure the prlnclpalahlp of the Garrard graded school but tbo matter will not be do clded until tomorrow Thorn are alto a number of applications for other po sitions in the faculty Each one of the graduates will entertain the class and a banquet will also facultygopera house on the morning of May 22 dand a baccalaureate Berinon will be by some visiting minister On Wednesday evening while the family were at tea a robber entered Mra Fanule Farras residence and stole 896 in money When Mr John Farra and wife returned to their sit ting room they found the contents of a trunk and other articles scattered over the room J I Hamilton Matt Slier and the blood hounds were telephoned for but no clew has been found Miaa Jessie Dotythebandomo daugh ter of Mr Jesse Doty of this place has gratified her many friends and Lancastrians generally by enlisting In tbo elocutionary contest to be given by Managers Saufley Alvcraon In Stanford on the night of Juno IS Gar rand representatives have several times towan In the Stanford competition and just a your ago Miss Theo Hemphlll wayIAt the Gold Medal Prohibition con duringsItbo W O T U district conventlonthe following will reproscntGarrard Chas MarAaces Manee Miss May Robinson of Lower Garrard wlil represent Caldwell Col logo Danville and Misses Humpreya Junction City Mamie Jones Pine Hill and Mr Powell Richmond will also enter tbo competition The program of the W C T U convention which Is In session 21 22 and 23 will Include among Us attractive speakers Mrs Frances Deauchamp State president Dr Stucky and George Bale of Lex- Ington Mesdamea Wm Anderson and Jaa Francis of Madison are guests of Mra J S Robinson Mrs John Lake and oxd pected to Mrs Drown J O and A O Robin son leave in a few days on a trip to Missouri and Kansas Mr and Mrs W S McGuire left Thursday for Rich mond Rev Woolford Is attending the Southern Daptlst convention at Asho vllle N O Mrs George Bruce after a trip north Is visiting her parents Mra Mary Woolrldee and daughter Sameweek with a view of locating J W Elmoro baa returned from Richmond Mist Dettle Sparks is visiting relatives at Wllmore Mrs Kate Deattle of Clorlda la Is with her daujlbtertMrl James Denny Miss of London Is visiting her sister Mrs R G Ward I Jrmr t = f WithoutAskincjYout 11II 4 4rNEGLIGEE SHIRTS STRAW HATS wIIEJ OXFORD SHOES SP INGtCLOTHINGir1t IT PAYS TO TRADE AT rtii THE GLOBEIij Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing lit Your money back it youre not satisfied t T 0e HIILLBB Danville Kzi i trnrnmffnrn1Trmmftrlnmnnnrlffnmfnr11rnr i I tiltGrows I We have given such satisfaction in the way of quality and price thatbour business has increased tenfold during the past few days We are S = over ready to serve our customers and friends and to that end we now = I= propose to give them prices In summer goods that wl 1 startle the na =2- y lives Our present stock must bo rushed from the shelves to make 3Z- ZZ room for more goods which will arrive In a few days As stated in Z3- S5T i our first announcement we propose to carry a stock of = t = DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES HATS 3 r 5 CAPS GENTS FURNISHINGS = t ZI equal to that of any city in this state and more wo will make prices si low that by the time the balance of our goods arrive the New York 3S Store will be known at tho bargain house of this city For the pres 5= eat we will sell Mens Every Day Punts at 700 a pair Misses and 3- S= Childrens Shoej at your own figures a full stock of uptodate Shirts =2- fc I at 43c musical Instruments at your own prices Boys 50c Knee Pants r3 willF=Zg r you course a year prices 1 The New York Store = J 5 C ROSENSTEIN Ok cOa k iuuamjiuii mmin m mmauumm Jiuiimmm maun JIIR ti The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral offipallyaOF STANFORD KY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paidantl NonAssessable OFFICERS J U Baughman Pres A T Nunnelley VicePres W II Wear cn Tress U Holm Secy I DaugbmanJII t The Lincoln Oil Gas di Mineral Oo has about 3000 acres of land leased In Lin cola county Ky The larger portion of this leaise Is contiguous to the M 8 Baugh man farm a portion In the neighborhood of May wood and Sugar Grove sections and still another portion skirting Logan Creek Ono of the surest Indications of the probable value of undeveloped oil lands is the result of oflorta at on land adjoining reserved Dy the incorporator can be famedeby them until the entire amount so reserved has been sold and when sold every dollar arising therefrom will be used in developing the 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 the olUccra and directors The stock Is nonastcssable and the private property of the stockholder is not liable for g corporate debts It la incorporated under the laws of tho State of Kentucky Its books are open at all times to Its stockholders and they are invited to Its office to re ceive any information concerning the company affairs The business is being pusbfed with all the rapidity and zeal possible that is commensurate with safe u t Special pricejthisjweeki on washing machines y Every machine guaranteed I Also wringers f f9 GEORGE H FARRIS CO I W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST WallPaper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils t OPERA HOUSE BLOCKS STANFORDKY I f w i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Oommlsslontr fur the 2d District snbltct to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne County It a candidate for state Tms urea sublcct to the nctlon of the Democratic pirty REPRESENTATIVE Stephen F Mor gas of tho tenth Ohio district has just been renomlnated and Inasmuch RB his district Is nearly 10000 Republican will be reelected Mr Morgan Is the silent man of congress He served In tho fiftysixth and In tbo present con greet and tho most careful research falls to disclose that he has ever opened hla mouth either on the floor or In committee for any purpose except to answer his name on a call of the roll Aa a member of the committee on In dian affairs he sits through session listening to what Is passing around him but never joining In the discussion When hIs colleagues attempt to secure his opinion about some pending matter he gives It usually In a whisper As a rule It Is cot the quiet man who gets thero but Mr Morgan seems to be an exception The man who makes the most noise and talks the loudest Is generally considered tho smartest and In nine cases out of 10 ho forges to the front while the man who has sense enough to hold his peace gets left In the race GRAND and glorious old Admiral Scbley made the following statemen regarding the death of Admiral Sampson I regret very much the death of I Admiral Sampson and I sympathize with his family No one has ever beard me utter one unklnd word of him On account of bs death I have requested my friends In Baltimore to postpone j the delivery to me which was intended to take place tonight of the Cristobal Colon service of silver and they have I grafted my request Verily the old hero Is of the salt of earth A greati soldier but a far greater man Is ho VEGETABLE dinners at which no meat of any kind Is used or served are fast becoming a tad In Washington A lady who gave an elegant dinner Informed her guests that the meat trust was not necessary to a successful dinner and BIked them how they liked the one just served They were surprised to find that not one morsel of meat was Included In the menu which was full of the choicest dishes Stanford ladles might try tho experiment with pleasure and profit- ADMIRAL SAMPSON Is dead Poor man I He rendered the country some capable services but his effort to provo that he won the battle of Santiago bar bor was so abortive that his death was doubtless due to disappointment In haw log the American people rebel against the naval court of Inquiry that gave him the honor and took it from the real hero Wlnfield Scott Schley THE doctors will get 31000 out ol the 150000 appropriated for the obse quies of McKinley and It Is said they will be satisfied to take It and make no further effort to squeeze the govern ment They wanted a great deal more but even the amount allowed Is out ngeously large No telling what their bill would have been had the president lived W A GAINES of Covlngton the colored special deputy in the revenue service has been fired by Commie sioner Yerkes and Albert S White of Louisville has been given the job As it is a case Of Negro succeeding Negro the public will lose no sleep over the change I POLITICAL The President will sign the oleomar garine bill I Sadie Day has been appointed post master at Harlan CourtHouse Representative J S Salmon of New Jersey died suddenly of apoplexy The Senate passed a bill paying our minister to Havana 812000 and house rentW P Thome of Henry county for mally opened his campaign for lieuten ant governor at New Castle Senator McComas In a speech fort the Philippine bill compared the Phil ippine outrages to incidents of the civil f warJudge Thomas H Paynter was re nominated without opposition for judge of the court of appeals at the Sixth f appellate district democratic convention at Maysvllle The Senate steering committee lIre ported to have decided to have the Senate take up the isthmian canal ques tion upon conclusion of consideration I of the Philippine Government bill Gov and Mrs Beckham have accepted I an invitation to attend the Knights Templar Conclave in Ver sailles May 21 and 22 and will be the guests of the Hon Lewis A Nuokols a Brutus J Clay of Richmond and I William T Stafford of Palntsvllle have each applied for the position of i Minister to Guatemala to succeed Dr W Godfrey Hunter whose resignation is expected tt I a4A Ninety clerks and employes in the Louisville postoffice will receive in creases In salaries ranging from 8100 to 8200 on July 1 Tbero are 420000 pensions claims pending before the pension department and now that Commissioner Evans 1as been gotten out of tho way every ono of these claimants thinks he has a good thlngC J It Is said that President Roosevelt will make several speeches In tbo South during the coming Congresslona campaign Tbo damocratlo party just niggerdares him to take his friend Booker Washington along with him Glasgow Times A largo delegation of Boer sympa thisers appeared before a subcommittee of tbo House committee on Foreign Affairs and urged the adoption of a res olution asking President Roosevelt to send Great Britain an expression of sympathy for the Boers and expressing the hope that the war would bu ended Gov Davis of Arkansas has pardon ed a Negro convicted of assault with Intent to kill The pardon lion coed tlon that the Negro take up his resi deuce In Massachusetts Tbo governor says ho is moved to this action by the expressions of sympathy for the poor oppressed Negro which ho heard In the North on a recent visit The Frankfort Journal says tho with drawal of Lt Gov Carter from the Congressional race In the Elgbth dis trict Insures the renomlnatlon of Hon G G Gilbert Not on your life Mr Gilbert may get the nomination but there is no assurance oUt If ho wins over Hon R C Warren of Llncolnhe will not do so on flowery beds of ease but will have to sail through bloody seas and travel the rough road of Jor dan to do so for Mr Warren la somewhat of a sprinter himself Ldxlng ton Democrat NEWS NOTES Fire on Staten Island burned 8100 000 worth of oil Will Randlo is dead at Paducah Be took 15 grates of morphine in a glass of beer Salt Lake City sports will offer 820 000 for the tight between Jeffries and Fltaalmmons An unsuccessful attarapi was math by Incendiaries to burn a flour mill at Nlcbolasvlllo Louis Yanlls colored is in jail at Lancaster charged with robbing J M Farrau residence A wire ropd performer at Nashville felt In the presence of 5000 people acd sustained fatal injuries Hetty Green the noted finance was granted a permit In NewI York to carry a revolver Whitneys Derby candidate Nastur tium baa lung trouble and will be shipped to tbo United States Former Sheriff J L Sutton of Whit ley had to be taken la charge pending hearing on lunacy proceedings Seven young people were drowned near Toledo 0 when a lake tug sank tbo little naptba launch Frolic Paul Leicester Ford the noted au thor was shot and killed in New York by his brother Malcolm who then shot ilmsolf Of the 12000 millions of letters an nually distributed by tho poatofllcea of tho world 8000 millions are in En glish Tbere Is no truth In the report tbat six men had been klllei in a clash beI tween the L N and Southern rail way laborers near Log Mountain Mrs George W forgot was killed during a carousal at her home in Dayton Ky and her husband and four other men were arrested for the crime On Mount Snowdon a bonfire is to heI lighted on coronation eve that will given a clear night be seen from Eug land Scotland Ireland Wales and the Isleof Man LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I America sent to England 405703 cattle In 1001- Boooe k Gentry were paying 17o for the best wool yesterday Hood Worthington 01 Boyle sold a suckling mule colt to W D Nave for 875 The AdaIr News reports sales of hogs at 60 yearlings at 5c mules at 875 to 8120 and corn at 8275 At Georgetown Dr C Cann sold to Robt Morelaod of Lexington a 4year old gelding bv Glenbrook for 8350 H J Darsts fine brood mare has dropped a splendid colt by Marlon Squirrel Mr Darst says he Is tbo picture of his sire The Paris court was the dullest In years Only 150 cattle were on the market and but few of them changed bands A bunch of choice 1000 pound cattle brought 6c B F Sanders S Bro have engaged 10000 lambs for Juno July and August delivery at from 4 to 60 Ten horses were sold at J I VanArsdall d Bros stable Monday at prices from 890 to 8150 Harrodsburg Herald John F Barbee sold F Cox of Moundsvllle W Va a harness gelding for 8500 and sold Mr Bosley of Ohio a fancy high acting mare for 81000 Charles Martin sold a fancy harness mare to an Ashland party for 8350 Bourbon News A cattle sale Involving a sum In the neighborhood of 835000 was made Friday afternoon when Fox Sanders tL McDowell sold to Julius Frank Cinch nati a bunch of 450 cattle The bunch bad been slopped during the past win tor and averaged 1200 pounds The price was beNews ICE COLD LEMONADE IIOn Monday May 12 wo will give On Monday May 12 wo will absolutely tree of charge to away absolutely free of charge toawayapply at the Grand Lead all who apply at tho Grand Lead er all tbo flop Ice cold LemonadoI I er all the fine ice cold Lemonade you can drink you can drink Remember Monday May 12 1 day only date Monday May 12 1 day onlydateSPECIAL PRICE SALE j For TEN DAYS ONLY wit these prices lust bt inning rluesduy lluy 5 and ending rrhmsllny 1t 75- iVe these speciltl prices to stmt you trailing ut the Grltnd Leader fAct lCIY wonutu1111111 nml quote you liens and Ladies Goods Corsets Slides child who needs tulythulg U1 Dry Goods Clothing hats Trunks or in JUUL tmythinqin our large stock take mhnntngc of this special ton days sale Hll11lm her after ten days those hold good as wo expect to sell these lots out entiretyahI uila lI A Great ct Dollar S1UrIt If you echl to exchange a d Ibrt I fr one of these Sorosta Patti coats youll get the grealec skirt value tbat your money ever bought In the first place the material hot better quality than you epod scarcely expect In a kkt at Iifigure And then It U elegantly trimmed with a very deep ileum and neat ruin Dut theP point about garment h made way that lieIi team Is and there places for the dust rt1 to hide EverytlUchta honestly and conscien tiously taken sad ypuT never be lwtherea tips and rents rhok yoke makes I etery9omslifrt a mltovr Lsr nini Ii price U orJy 8103 XrF FurnishingsI Mens dress shirts collars de Cached 48c Mens dress shirts collars detached Moo Silk bosom shirts go at 9Sc Mens 20e colored sox go at lOo Mans 25o colored sox go at 15o Mens 35c suspenders go Ht 36c liens 75c suspenders go at 4So Mens 20o suspenders go at 13c Ladies trimmed tC street hats from 2fxj up to 14 Every hat in the house is bargain We can save you money on millinery MATRIMONIALI W H Poynter and Miss Nellie Hackney were married at LoodonI At St Paul a widower with eight children was married to a widow with 10 B F Cbrlstee jof Greensburp and Miss Pinkie Murrill of Columbia were married at Lebanon At Kaneas City Mo Judge Henry granted a divorce to Mrs Anna L Do on the grounds that her husband had moved 27 times In five years According to a story attributed to the father of eight daughters 100 Jew- Ish couples were really married at a supposed mock ceremony at the Purim ball at Yonkers N Y FOR RENT I desire to rent out for the balance of the year the Horton Danville avenue The residence le placegood repair and there are about two acres of land want to sell a hone cow growing crop etc Have InleaveKentuckyvnaceoautof wifes health John Drackett PUBLIC SALE I- On Tuesday 13 1002 I will sell the house and lot In Stanford belonging to late Miss Mary McAfee Iwell as her nod kitchen furniture valuable books car pets curtains pictures etc Term on house and lot made known on day of talc Terms on cash Persons having claims against the estate will prrsent tbem proper ly proven nt once Those owing said estate will please settle 11 J DAUST Ezor o S917 REPORT OF THE CONDITION op THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HUSTONVILLE In the State of Kentucky at the close of budness Apr 30th 1902 RESOURCES Loans and dilcounuIni 17 Overdrafts secured and unsecured P99 S3 US Bonds to secure circulation 12500 00 flanking House furniture and fixtures 2300 00 Duo mom National fink not Re f17281 49serve AttntiiliinliniriJiinmui Duelrom State Duke sad Bankers 3720 23 Due horn approved resenr agents 19 849 SI Internal Revenue SlalulShM 88 Checks and other cash item 12 Od Notes ol other National flanks 1039 m Fractional paper currency nickels sad 33 S3 cents Lawful Money Reserve In Dank eta 808437Specie Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 625 00 5 per cent of elreulatlonc TotaL uABiETTiT11142Cs- pttal stock paid in s OOO fund MOOO 00 Undivided profits less expenses ana 914601taxes pald National Bank notes outsiandinfr 1100000 Individual deposits subject to check 91873 4- 8Tota1IS2473 42 STATE yo IuKYIu I J W locker cashier ol the above named Dank do iolcmnl7 war that the above statements true to the beat of myJkWslloetetee Cutler Subscribed and awoinjp before rae this Slit d ot 1IM NI L C Correct AtUstKUIVAHD ALCOBV I T U J11oat3eoxI Ohlldrsns Ladles and HOSIERY Fancy hose drop stitch 10i pr- Fancy hose trIO pr 2rc II 20c pr 500a 1110 pr iQ and black hose 48c pr lAtHes siiimloss blk to pr Childrens seamless hOso6o lOc IrK and 25- eFans a Fans 10o fans at Co 35c fans at 25c 15c fans nt lOc 40o fans at 30c Go tans nt 150 SOc fans at 400 25c fans at 10e 760 fans at COo 11lnJS spool cotton 2 for Go 26o slzo Ie days 8100 mules 8300 price 8108 81CO Dress Goods Dept JMiuch goods all colors worth a yard ten worth 8r inch 44JeiSgo8i worth 40 inch black goods yard 20C 4 linch goods 75ojnl dn8 goods worth 8100 yard Wash Goods Pique quality BO quality a yard waists and 300 it ton Organdy JJya yardxOr y FoulaiindilnlfmW 40o yard BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Old Stand St STflNFORO KY New and Stylish at Reasonable Rates Attention to Travel lag Men Phone No 96 LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route Assembly Presbyterian Miss IV Shrine San Francisco Cal 1014- KnlxhU of Pftbtas San Cat 1lneat service In tho Low rate good on all train for the above occasions lie sure via the and get good H Ce RUPLEY I The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give a TIMBER lflND fOR SflLE In order to settle the partnership business of Donta Jr and J O Mr Ilonta died last December wo fill sell 8700 acres of tlmburland In Adalr coun ty Ky This contains 4000 000 and feet of Oak nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This of land ls to the oil field of and Is exceedingly wet adapted for agricultural of Is In one body It 1s a bargain one For to J O COULTEIt Mlddloburg Ky Or to E M Harrodsbnrg or Oscar Faulkner Ky BLACK HAWK JR the season at taj farm I mile wet ol JlcKlcner at the low of f4 to a tiring cult Is newly 10 high black with mealy nose firm boos and a ure foal r Seven ol his olU hue collie sn- 5reshowlnlupfine J lie is one of the Wit bNOd In the but s the followlna will how IIswsiilnHlbrCal Hill rrVkloridgt hi by Cleveland a lack 17 be by Big TOWt be- by 000157 Slt arrodr Imported Jack ek- I1awk dm Will by Frank Slack dam a Mo Cal sired by tbmpmmtse its by Tlrpecan- OG hi old ROYAL DENMARK Will also my line lit the unit and on lime terms H to a living colt Royal Is 16 hands high 5 years old sired by mack Ware ha by Stone wall Jr be old he by Washington Ifo7allkmnarkefirst dm by registered second dam rrgUtertd 3rd- I dam by old Imported 1ofnter 4th dim by old Cop perbottom Koysl Lien brdlog and lodlrldualll1he Is wllbotit loubtthechapest In Central iealuckr today bred to of the stock ebaoelo- cownenblpt once forfeits season K s SCUUIIEU McKinney Ky 0 Mens and Ladies ShoesWo nro overstocked nu fine Shoos mid Oxfords and for next ton wo will save you 8 8 an + i p pout leather for ton wile price only 218 360 Bongolu shoal for ladles ton sale price 836ft Dongola kid for Indies tot enlo price only Uongoln shoes for Indies ton day stile price wily 8185 8200 Dongola kid for ladies ton tiny solo price only sum 175 Dongola kid shoes for Indies ton dayenie price only 8121 8400 patent vici Oxfords for ladies ten silo price only 8275 8350 patent vici Oxfords for ladies ton sale price only 8 kid vici Oxfoids for ladies fur this ten daysilo vici Oxfords for ladies price foi this ten wile 8175 8200 kid vici Oxfords for ladies price tide ten tinysale 8150 kid vici Oxfords for IltliC1jlrico for this ten tinyludo DSeIlino mens 81 are ten day prices 20c dress days 121c goods nil colors 35c jd silk and wool 75c yard ton days 88c dross worth 60e ton days black Ir worth ten inch black drliB ten day floe Fine white the 86e ton days ColomlCriqn the cent ten dap Pure 25c linen for wile tho qual andclinlty lUo days l worth ten days 20c IJ H Druces Depot Turnouts General Chnrcb Jackson May Nobles Mystic June Franelso Aug IMS train world tickets limited your ticket read Queen Crescent Route service Him Call John baying land between 5000000 Poplar Wal tract close famous Wayne county purposes foraome Ilardln flout Wilt mate south price Insura hawk hinds muscle lucks hands Jennet Black hawk stand combined stallion Insure Deumtrk beautiful Stonewall Denuurk Escort marks Slurs either above tho slioc shoes tiny kid tiny only shoes tiny 8108 250 kid ehoes tiny tiny Lap 8275 225 kid tiny for Full shoos from theo dress 18c- tO the kitnl i Corset DepartmentHead the good Uilnjfs you can have for little money Specialcorset made for us onlv worth 3Tn ten day 23i Hatlste Girdle pink whlto and blue worth 7ra ten gays 41V primFjOe 3iH Correct form Kfexlbomt cornet worth II Si urn day ptU1 V Flexibone Corset the Ixlit in the world worth C17 Ht SlSV We hnRdk the first snakes only in our covet ib Art a inent TIM largest stock In the city jr SilK Department toIn our silk department will IM found only tbeltect rondo iiDCb Taffeta black and routs worth 125 aw days at M yari10InchlUliHh Taffeta all colon worth 1a day prkw 1k yawl al18lndllrall TijE GRAND LEADEI fats A Liw IV s H r Ma a 5 u ANNOHNCEMENTJhaving Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties c d it will interest you to look at those goods mill find out tho prices Doing a strictly cash busiiiow WITHOUT KXcmTiov on coneideralIeairing i failed to get your watch or clock properly repaired bring it to i mo and I CAN no IT Satisfaction guarautoedc W H MUELLE- RCLOSING OUT I r I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised store for sale The read ers of this paper know tho kind and quality of wnitingfolhave an opportunity of buying flrsUclass goods ut greatly reduced prices for cash only h I JAMES FRYEIfHUSTONVILLE First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stack 50000 Surolus SIOOOO This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In IMS then reorganized as the National Hank of Stnnford In 1865 and again reorganized as the First National flank of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing buslnesa promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited u I Officers 3 8 IIOOKKK Prcst J J ilcHODEKTS Ohr W II WEAKEN Rk- prDirectors F Reid Lincoln Oo B T Harris Lincoln Co J8 Rocker Lincoln Co- W P Walton Lincoln Oo J II Oollter Crab Orchard 811 It n Elmore StanfordII tJaW P Tato Stanford Barbourville Oil Gushers I The 4 largest oil gushers in Kentucky good for 1000 barrels each daily were drilled by W jr Dabney with a celebrated STAR DRILLING MACHINE Tho Star has beaten nil r records Bids furnished for drilling wells Writo for prices Ws M5 DABNEY Kentucky Agent BARBOURVILLE KY i n 1 J r r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOIID KY MAY 9 1002 In filling your proscriptions wo use proportloOl not do better If yon paid us doublo tho price which la always reasonable Penny Drug Storo PERSONALS IL J McRoDBRTH li In Cincinnati MR AJ EAIIP of Winchester Is hero ED WILKINSON has been link sever al days Mils D W VANDBVHEII has been very 111 Mil J O MoCtARV was at Brodbead Tuesday C W ADAMS tho flusionvlllo drug gist Is III Dn WM SUBLTON bas returned from Nahvllle MuM F KLKIK went to Owlngi flllo yesterday I MRS JULIA G11AsIt went to Cincin nati last night MRS DUSTKELKBAILKY baa been lilt but li convalescing MISS I1ILEN IIOOKHR Of HuilOQ yule who has been Ill Is convalescing MUB Duoil HAOAN of Livingston has been critically III but Is Improv log Mn AND MRS J II HOCKEK woro guest of Mr and Mr J W Baugb manMIss LYDIA OvnitALL of the Col spdareDn WOODS OOILVIK and wife of Princeton are with Mr and Mrs J C Have Miss Bran GOOGii of MorelandI has returned from collage at St Louis Miss MARY Bum went to Naibvllle thehifromNkibvlllo Mns JW IlAOIXIs spending the week with her parents Mr and Mrt JF Cash MH8 MARTHA Pitiuiro Is Doylog a visit to her brother Mr Henry Biugbmao Tats oftlae had a plea+ ant aHyeitcr day from Mr SL KIM alld Mrs M 0 Eubank Mit AND Mss J S Rios will go to Loultvlllo today to tee the Webber Js Fields show MK JAB Pays nod dnEbu r Mil Susie of llaitonrllle are visiting In Rnnlt Texas Mu AND MRS W R MANIHII of Naihvllle are vltlUsjg the homefolk s at Wftltm Fist- WALrnilRvmuvrrand family bavo moral from Danville to one of the cot taxes on 1tllltrcet- MtJSIMIHS R P STBIHBNB and Will Scott of Danville were guests of Mr E L Rolnhart Miss SALLIK R COOK of Naihvllle will arrive to day to spend sumo time with her titter hero Mn WILL RBINIIART and wife of St Louli arrived yesterday to atte the burial of hie father MRs JOE QARDIN sod children Corbln are with Mesdames E B Cal well and 81m Wortbnm- OAIT J ALEX DOTY of Lancaster was here Wednesday returning from tbo Confederate reunion Mn WALLACE W WITHERS of Louisville Is spending a few days with friend and relatives bore MRS WALTON Moss of Garrard was hero Tuesday en route to Wll llatniburg to visit relatives UARVKY HELM EUIIRY Is the name of a little ton that has recently nrrlvec at the homo of Mr and Mrs JTEmbry Mn GEORGE DEBORD was on train ycttorday returning from toe Ina reunion where ho bad a pion tlrft MRS JAMBS P BAILEY and Mrs D Gregory and daughters woof to Ct Ington Wednesday to spend a tow weeks Mns JOSIE RANEY of Stanford spent a day or 10 with her sisterI- law Mr A A Surber Shelby CI cor Advocate SAMUEL W MENEFEE baa resign his position with tho D Si D at D ville and will travel for Harbison Gatbrlght Louisville pOlltlonwl0o G Dlnwlddle has succeeded him In Weath orford S Myers store at Huitonvlllo movedtoJoccupytheirI Mn J H VANHOOK of McKlnnoy i Tbomathis sick wife MRS O HPAINE and pretty daugh Lbolrbomedren will go abroad In two weeks to main until October I BORN to tho wife of Sheriff M S I Baughman last night a eon Ho take tbo position of lint deputy to father as soon as an appropriate name can bo found for tbo fine youngster r MRS BERUA MARTIN SANDIDQE paroetaRoekeastle la la nail where the will mako n short visit LynchburG liar LOCALS THAT wall paper has been received Withers Furniture Co J H BAUOIIMAN tight Alder too Carr a house and lot Iq Macksvlllo for LiOO termhand Will fur nih house and corn land If eo desired J S Murphy Turnervllle IP you want any of our stack you had better subscribe at onoe or you may not got It Lincoln Oil Cue ft Mineral CoPENsIONsJohn D Myor of Mil ledgevlllo and Edmond Wilkinson of Liberty have boon granted pensions of 110 per mouth GOOD CinousA gentleman who saw the SoliL Downs circus at Lex ington tells us that It Is flrstclae In every respect Wi Insist that owing ut for the paper or otborwUo call and settle Court day which la port Monday would bo a good time ANDERSON CARR Accepted a com pro mise ot USO with the Queen Insurance Co His building which burned tome time ago was Insured for 1700 T J H GARTER baa potted notice clef lag that ho will apply Monday for dle tiller license to toll whisky at bis store on tbo top of Bells Gap gristdallyand Huitonvlllo talc Tblt will bo a lendid opportunity for tbo advertl OUR people should bear In mind that oleaollnctfl le next to Godliness and obey tbo Injunction of the city council to olean up every premises In town al coon as possible HUSTONVILLK PAm Tho date e I1ultonvllo talc le July 10 31 so Aug 1 and tho bOlt exhibition In tbo story of that good fair awoolatlon may bo expected 9 TUB Earnest Workers of the Presby terlan ohurah will glue a ttrawberry supper In the basement of their shore on Friday evjntag May S3 Go and help a good cause NOTIOK BWs for the qonttrtHXlon of street gutter on Mill street will be reeelved at my olee until MayIOID Specifications drawn by Couoollman CityauIN ordering theJsent him at Vleker 0 Dr J W Parkhlll for merly of this county say that death elalmod his twoyearold ion Od 1C a few dope ago The lute follow 4a double pneumoniafSOUTH BROS two drilling ennobiw- have arrived and ore being set up drilling for tho Stanford 011 k Dove todayTbo3W yard from too Baughman writ No 1 Tilt subscribers stock1n tho Crab Orchard Fair St Racing Association dwill please tend tho amount of their ecclrotarofy cedr resident A W Buchanan Sco 2t CONTEST The rarest treat In eho for our people will be the elocutionary contest to bo glean at Walton Opera House Wednesday evening Juno 18th by Managers Saufley Alvereon Ton of as fair young ladies as over graced a singe will contest for the bandiomo prizes Entries bavo closed The manager have arranged with Farri Uardln for the banquet to bo given in honor of tbo contestants and their es corts + Deazloqd of at us by express pre IIpale a sample of tbo brooms made by TYh0 on go toward do fraying the expenses of educating the boy at that Institution and as they a sat1a0 tcy4e brednom ilkaely one or more merchants will handle this broom REINIIA RTAirJ S Relnbart died Wednesday afternoon after a short aces aged 74 Softening of the br was the immediate cause of his death although his sickness begun with butMr Rolnhart was born In Germany lived at Paducah many years before coming to Stanford Although never itttoalways e that a good Mason was bound to be chrletlan He stood high In Masonry and a telegram was received from Pa orr0der hat the lodgo hero do whatever It could to relieve the distressed Mr Ralah art Itelahofaalb art of his wlfo Bo was a kindhearted manyfriendsmice Rav R R Noel conducted Whorl services at too grave la Buffalo lemetery at 230 yesterday afternoon restby REMEMHGJI tbo Murphy sale tomor i rowTWENTYFIVP a nicely printed visiting cards for 25c This offlco r BUTTER Gilt Edge Butter fur sale by Mrs Dr Steele Halley r TIlE exterior of Peonys drug store le being beautified by paint Let the good work continue JONES BROS sons of Marshal R 0 Jones have bought Barnes Wcarena paper and laundry buelooe- aPLANTSCabbago CaullllowerPep per Tomato and all kinds of Flower Plants for sale cheap John Ohrlet man it BBOINNINO hemlsxowill close out at sect for tech our entlro stock of dry stints clothing chose and bats Geo H Parrl S Co + TUB white teachers examination will bo held May 10 and 17 acd the colored May 23 and 21 Superintendent Garland Singleton Inform uselWE are closing ourour stock of gents ihoci shlrta and underwear If you want good goods at a genuine bar gale call on ua court day John P Jones + 1000 SHARES Tho Lincoln oil Gai do Mineral Co sold to Detroit parties yesterdayEight 00aJULY 1Aire H r Inks who has b GO appointed postmaster at Moreland bDhave charge of the oBIco till that date Tim graduating class of Stanford throughthlaoRlcathofinest tion the Courier Journal Job Printing 41gbdg more nose theOaulChmanthat it to only a question of tlmo tho fluid Is found The formations enacountered have all Indicated oil and a rich flow la hourly expeoted Adept h of OSO feet bas been reached AN Italian woman has been foua who la the mother ot 62 children I would be Interesting Indeed to know how she managed to go through It all specially to those parents who have 00 or so lees and yet have all of thel time taken up to watch and oars for them TUB olUeers of the Second Christie Cotdr thefolloln oeflRosa i GroenGentryA J Robinson is pastoral this church NOTHING Is being left undone make the Oth annual elocutionary con test which will be held hero Juno 20 surpass all previous efforts The pri offcredalreadybolnshow by their largo attendance th effortree In terested have all been conducted with the utmost fairness which accounts to no cthemRATS lTho rat editor of the Dan vlllo Advocate asks tbo restore of lobe JobnPbllllpl whfhoof the cereal became higher An in cotg0o rats except 8 covering which bad been left for blind When Phillips discovered ti exact condition of things ho was en raged and ai once began to wage war hirocame out victorious eecapedTwobut the wounds are not serious REID Miss Elizabeth Withers Reid I third daughter of Mr and Mrs Force tue Reid of Danvlllo died at noon Tuesday aged 17 and was burled In 0 atteraaMiss Reid rose ono of the prettiest and brightest girls In our knowledge and her death Is ono of the saddest In years Just ready to xr unto at Caldwell College having won the honors of her claaa valedictorian thusaidcut worldato and when she was to much pleasure and thesource of so much gratification to her friendJustMlea Reid had a brilliant career store but He know beat and ills C to como up Higher though mysterious InberI God and her life since has been that of I lowlyNazarenerealize that their loss la Miss Reid e eternal zeta and strive to meet her In the home where trouble does not enter but where joy la supreme 1 GOOD UVING Quite often results fa bad health because what Is termed good living is usually the gratification of the palate reference to the nutrition of the body When the good liver Ill business man onll flea rrom a full meal to plunge at once work requiring mental effort the result is almost sure to be disastrous because digestion draws upon the same nervous forces which are em thoughtIn ach becomes diseased the cesses of digestion- nOlI nutrition are performed physicalbreakdown Pr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It- iminates tile effete poisonous matter which originates in the system as a consequence of imperfect digestion It gives to the whole body I with to say to the world that Dr rlema creatbleMhll6hulesbury r Co Dtua + Irior to- 6eptmlber ll 97 1 had doctored for tomach trouble for ereral years going through a course or lrnlment without rnl benefit In September legs I had very tick ipell and grew worse could eat but little I commenced la leJaDdhave ftiiuJ twtnty found in two ralArr Fault Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is seat fret on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 31 onecent stamps for the book in- paper covers or 31 stamps for the cloth volume KV Pierce uffalo N Y MUTns bread fresh every Tuesday and Friday Geo H Ferris Co TllR best stock of goody notions and shoes to bo found in Stanford Is at Jno P Jonoa tToBLACKSMITHS Car load of black smith coal lust received J H Baugh man t Co aVr expect to have all our stock told qtcoin Oil Gas C Mineral Co numoUItILLRA few hours spent at Barbourvtlle will Impress any one oil fields help u town When wo dwere there tome two gears ago the cap asleenrppear3ncobave corns In things look far elect eot lintels are crowded livery stables are doing a rushing business lawyers rare busy looking up boundaries etc and the merchants are eelllotr goads RB they never did before The L 5 N depot Is being enlarged to accommo dote the Immense amount of freight handled and Joe Owene the clever and elllclent agent la about the busiest man In town Two big oil supply bans es have been erected not far from the depot and are tilled with everything about an oil well except the uid Itself Since the oil boom two paper have started up and both seem to be doing well Mr Lewis D Samp eon for years an I J correspondent Is editor of them both and he hen his time pretty well employed His Ken Oil Journal la Oiling a lose felt 10west as well as his pockets with the ducats Will Hudson once editor of the PathOn3er and later of the Mt Vernon Colonel Is aptUtlng Mr Samp offhosts of Barbourvllle His Drummers Ion Is one of the popular hotels of the mountains Oil Is the absorbing theme beingatare running from tbo Stinking Creek region to rich oil Colds of the Rich Ilnd As yet no pipeline have been laid but It Is only a question of time Un ill they are age company with a big has already been formed for purpose Marshals Salt For City TaxIs The following teal estate will be offered for public sale to the highest and best bid yearIOOlllDd1007 before the courthouso door In Stan ford Ky for cash In hand toltAbo Carter 100 Green helm 180 HarrUon Helm 148 K O TONES JI C 8 WantedoWo want to buy your wool and will pay the highest market price for It Call on us stablemStanford Ky EXECUTORS SALE A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County and a Business house A Other Desirable Property ntnafard As Executors ot the last will and testa moat ot John S Murphy Sr deceased we will at the front door ot the Court House In Stanford o- nSaturday May 10th 1902 IdBoll at auction to the highest bidder these parcels of real estate which belong to the estate of testator towlt I Thp business house and lot on the southeast corner of Main and Lancaster occupiedad3 The tract ot about 40 acres of lend Stanfordnloot land situate about 3f miles from Stan farmwone about 160 acres being that part on the north side of the pike the other of about SO acre on the south sits ot the pike Then the farm will be offered as n whole and the bet bid In the aggregate accepted knobUor In ouo and two years with interest from lurchaler day of sale and lull possession Jan 1 1903 The purchaser of tho UO acre tract on tbe north side of the plko la to aume the pay meat to Mrs slaty J Murphy ot the sum of longerI New Spring Shirts I t New nDesigns Monarch Brand at X100 150Ja Splendid values in 50c and 75 goodstu t Sec now styles in our windows and come in and got a shirt that will not fade t I Cummins S McClary p t i a M y sl N Childrens Clothing this season are things of beauty and a look at our stock will convince yon Wo have 2 pltcedoublebreastBuits 3pieco litto mens suits childh tailor suits and title cut represents tho popu lar Norfolk suit AVe can fit your boy i H J MCROBERTS I t1 m rS J m pn 00 w at ou Walt e m I p ss QurDaif Jjoug jt Ir The drain on our stock was heavy dur April but we have replenished in Iing department See the new wash corsetslIGreat Stock of Shoes and Slippers For Summer Wear See our Carpets Mattings Curtains Shades I Severance Sons New Store QUALITY FIND EtTwo most Interesting points See and examine our line before buying 9 BarbedWireClover and Seed Stoves i Ranges Hardware Groceries everyweek t given prompt attention and immediate delivery i JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera louse Block OQFYicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market G L CARPENTER W O WITHERS FURNITUREof I Curtains Curtain Poles J and ShadesiWall Paper ready to liana Carpets and Runs 1 Withers furnitury1 I i 4tt I THE fflfKHIOR JOURNAL If Entered nthe poitqfflee at Stanford at icondclaa mafe- rlehebllahaasSot yssQ z14veT ATi PERYEARCASH- I Whin net lOptldeaOO will bech rgdI i AI 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford KyI Omaovsr UcBobcrU Drug toOwder I Unlldlnj R A JONES DENTISTStanford KT Offlce ovcr Higglns A McKinneya Start I r Telephone No 48 I j BROWN 8 BROWN fAttorneysatLawfrf Room 9 KY rWill practice In all the State Courts also r In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted O NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BUREE k sm Prn JUNCTION CITY KY Datest MONUMENTSt PlTKEIZWe 1 Wblte Bronze u uj stone in the monument lnee+ what the Improved drophead iow 41ngmachine U to the or tbo palace car U to the old stage coach It la the advanced thought of the age It la Indestructible perpetuate the re and rooting place of jour ones very OOautUu1 with a trljted silver ap Ican IMeavo hold your order until you lnvwstlgate It J McWhorter Agt OUMUOUOIIAKD KY J+ G+ MCGbMYY UNDERTAKERE31BAL3IEH And Doalcar In SAENESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye BpeclalUt of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford o VESDb41 JUNE 31 OH Day the time Dont neglect your but rV GodvlentIBcaUyadjustedaDon t neg and is cxpect hndrenl eye LnOamtaSpm- r r r 0Tr r 4 cor On Jelliespreserve and picnic spread a thIn coavlng of PURE bEEFED- PARAFF9 L E VTlll kprp thfta absolutely nntturend add root I rre0i Jrtmmiowano useful in A tIn irr wave about the DOUM pacal0Hold STANDARD OIL CO HOME FOR SALE My house and lot It Mlddlctmrg Casey county Ky Most desirable property In the town Situated near MIddleburg Normal College being originally built for a dormi tory Oooi garden orchard and out bulld Ines Correspondence solicited Call on or MITCUEL TAYLOR Durnalde Ky WANTED A sober Industrious man with small tam lly to take clmipo of Hustonvllle Cemetery as Sexton Good cottage horao with cls tern garden rent tree Apply to Jesse P mae Ire Hustonvllte ERDILLEHADANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fEaIOK I And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices BEAZLEY 6 HAYS TJITDBBTASEBS ALSO DKALXU IS Furniture MattlnjjSjRnj And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY PENCESTANDARD ft a brown horse Is hands high Sired b Rlenzt full brother to King Rene lit dan by Almont Forest ton of Almont 3d dam by Garrard Chief sire of Basil fluke 3d bY Boers Gray Eagle 4th dam by Copper bottom Pence Is a horse of natural speed has a record of 220 as a 3earold and has shown trials In 310 Pence la on of the best breeding horsm for hlghclai eastern hones that has ever been In thll county make the season At our stable at 810 to Insure Money duo when colt U foaled It mere is traded or moved from locality- lenson le due and must be paid Mares kept at reasonable rates No fo aeeldenta J R S E U BEAZ- LEYCleveland Dare Sired by Chester Dare Flat dam by Black Squirrel 2nd dam by Back Ragle 3rd dam by ilugboa Edwin Forrest 0 Dare la the lire of King Chester old forts 060i Ouster owner refused 8COW for him I May Queen 81250 Silver Dare 81100 8a die Graves 81150 Dorothy 81000 COeD Custlcmun refused 81500 for her flat Dare 81000 atn not certain but believe Kentucky Star sold tor 81500 end along lIst of other from SSOO to 81000 NOTB Olevelond Dare Is a fine styled horse and bis colts are large and tine ono of his colts was shown 10 times and wee only defeated once and told for 826oae u yearling lie Is a solid bay 16 hands high Will make the season of 1002 at our stable In Stanford Ky AT SIS TO INSUHFuAvUVlNQ COLT Due when colt ls foaled JOT are parted with NOTB We will give 8So to the by Cleveland Dare to lie shown at our stable It Sept 1001 tee him before tou breed J Ilk E II BEAZ LEV Stanford Ky The French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach HorsoBlud hook of Amer- Ica also In Republic FrancaUe Ha rae Katlonaux No 1JS63 Winner of first prize at tbo National Vnl vernal Exposition arl 1897 and In LEDs competing with over CO stallions Imported by 11 Tlchener k Co of Chicago IP J89B Color bay with small star black points IBS hands high weighs In working order 135 pounds scaled April 28 1801 llred by- M Lmelend of Commune of Uubersvllle department of Lamorchl got by the government stallion Frause lam Charmantt by LeDard second dam by Revolution Quasi will make the present season of 1902 at mv tarot two end miles from Stanford on lIuslonl1Ie pike At UO tbo Season or SIS to Insure a Llv ing Colt DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Eitello 3105 Sired by Zllcadl Goldduut 4400 by Oolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl an Im ported Arabian stallion Dontey Oolddusts Sum Is Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a son of Oair Morgan making him an In Inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides tho best family of road horse known Dorsey Gold dust Is a dark bay full 1C hands high and weighs 1 OOO pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern hors ecombiningallthe qualities for harness and saddle and are In at top price Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford At 815 to Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule jack at 87 to InsureMares kept at 50 cents per week No roo for accidents or escapes The best nt personal attention givenIF REID xcae- 4 Alrt c CASEY COUNTY rPOWERS sold to Clark Cox a Jcr ICY cow for 825 I Farmers are very backward but vcry little corn being planted und lots 01 plowing to do yet J B Murphy U Buffering from a painful accident caused by his hors falling on him outline aud brulsinc 1118 face horribly and almost covering hili lip Mrs McClelland Johnson who ba5 boon Tory sick with spinal tnenlneitl la improving Mrs E A halley vbo has been very III U Improving Mr J F Alston has been sink but Is better Mr Aistott U lame on account 01 a badly scalded foot caused by ompt lag the contents oT a coffee boiler In his shoe Your scribe In company with T F Murphy Joo Wlloher Wm Minor Stephen and Marshall Ellis Mat Wllcbor John Morglnson nod other attended court at Lebanon last week In the case of the Commonwealth again Reuben Goodo for cutting Matt an Cbas Wllcher some time ago at Rus Branch church dedication which re suited tn a hung Jury The appearance of a strange darko who was complaining and had bee staying In Danville aroused consider able excitement hero last week until he was seen by physicians who dint nosed his case as pneumonia which relieved the people It Is reported tbat Wm Plummer of near hero has boen exposed to emailpox The board of health should look attar this matter at once ON FRIDAY Washington wee married on Friday Queen Victoria was married on Fri dayNapoleon Bonaparte waa born on FridayBattle of Bunker Hill was fought on FridayAmerica was discovered on Friday Mayflower landed on Friday Joan of Arc was burned at the stak onFridayBattle Waterloo was fought or FridayBastlle destroyed on Friday Declaration of Independence aignec FridayJullusCaeear assassinated on Friday Moscow burned on Friday Shakespeare born on Friday King Charles beheaded on Friday Battle of Now Orleans fought on Friday Lincoln assassinated on Friday no ofTIME I have sold Chamberlains Colic Choi ers and Diarrhoea Itemoilr for years and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than It hold five bottles of ityostorda to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this morningH- R PIIELIS Plymouth Oklahoma AI will be seen by tho bovo the threshers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of tbte remedy in your home For sale by Craig b Hooker DrulgltoI His stateroom fairly overflowing with roses and violets that bad been sent to him as parting gifts by enthusiastic foung women admirers and with 1125 000 in his Inside pocket as tbo result oft few short weeks work In this country M Ignaco Paderewekl sailed away last week on the Oceanic Dank cotes for about half a coot each circulate freely In Paraguay It takes two notes to get ones boots blacked aDd night to pay the postage of a letter to England Yot one of them will buy In season 15 oranges three bananas or a watermelon A Dock of Cards for a Bible now did you dare to bring tbo cards Into the bouio of God said tboI Judge lute my cards for my Bible said the sailor Use your cards tor your Bible said the Judge now do I you use thotri for your BtbUY I will tell you replied the sailor When I I see the Ace It reminds mo there Is but I one God the Deuce reminds me of tb Father and the Son the Troy remind mo of the Father Son and Holy Ghost tho Five reminds me of tbo wise Vlt IDIflYo were wlllO and flue wore foolI lib tho Six reminds me of the six days in which the world and all things were created the Seven rralnd mo of tht I seventh day that Ho blosaod and gave to us for our Sabbath the Night reminds mo of tbo eight righteous pot sons who were saved In the ArkNoel i and his wife and three eons and tbolrI wives the Nino reminds me nine unthankful lepers ten won cleansed by Christ nine never returnee thanks the Ten reminds me of the Tot Commandments that wo are all cow manded to obey When I see tho Kloi I think of our Heavenly King Whet I see tho Queen It reminds me of chi Queen of Shoba she was a wise queen as Solomon was a wise king When I Boo the Jack It reminds mo of tbe Devil always ready to take a trick When I count the spots on the deck I lied than are 306 tbo number of days In the year I find G2 cards the number ol weeks 10 a year I fled 12 face cards the num bor of months In a year I find fOlr spits the same as our four seasons MIDDLEBURG Sam ICeoney has gone to Somerset i0 take a position Rev J B Farrell preached at Rocky Ford Sunday morning and evening Carter Bros movable photograp gallery Is doing a good business at this placeThere was a social at Mlddleburi Normal College which was largely attended All report a good time School will be out next Thursday and there will be rejoicing by tbo little ones but sorrow will doom the older ones George R Jeter was In Cincinnati last week laying In his stook of goods He was accompanied by J M Me Wnorter who visited his son Edgar Miller It in Cincinnati holding down a lucrative position with the Ea- Jrle Lead Works Olaud Godbey U vie ting his brother at RIley Station Tbo MIddleburg Cornet Band will take a fishing tour In Adair county Miss MalUta Oodbey of Bethel Ridge It visiting the family of W T Dryo Mrs JT Wesley visited her ton Dr Wesley at LaneosMr Spurgeon Syrnpson hat gone to Lakeland Jag Coulter has begun work on hit new residence GOLDEN WEALTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil THE QUEEN RIVER DKVKLOlMKNT Do has commenced cpvrtttloa on lh Dr Morris farm one mile from the Ilaaghnuiti well running day and night A Mr well h unvoted The Itaugaman well fins bsen stlmated by export oil men who SAW It wiled to be ODd for at least IM barrels per and of high gravity IllumiMttaK ell Wells of this character arc far more aluablo than a All of our holding have been carefullyselected and we eonfl ontly expect some Me a In Dear future We now offer a limited number of share for isle ut 4Sc a sham tho value Is 81IS a 1 share fully end nonawicssable buy todaydon t delay when Wit a big roll thus will be advnnewl and vrob ablY withdrawn from the market without otlce SS shares U the smallest block the oinnany will Issue Itemlt by certified ChOCK or postofflce money order or rail on or address 8 I Dray General Manager irab Orchard Kyor W S Pout herrc tary and Treasurer W Va 1ItTalke pzlllslcurciansupatlor bowels but regular action cannot be secured until LAthe secretes enough bile to make the Intestines execute their natural functions m Unnat ural agitation caused bycathartics HI compels liverecontinual anu Increasing doses to attain the results r on the form Chills of eactsntcr of tic FIFTY CENTS PER TOTTLB NABOTH 10016Standard Rule 6 Ilecord2lDS Sired bv Walnlnfrham 2160 sire of Latitude S17U and many other In the list Walslngham Naboths sire Is ft son of George Wilkes 310 nFirst dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc IOB Ion of Ilnmblotonlan and sire of Elaino 220 the dam of Norlalne yearling 3314 Second dam Hess sister to James Howell Jr by IfambleU Ian 10 sire of Dexter 217x Third dam Jessie by Harry Clay 45 sire of 6t Julian 311 4 llodlne 2IO 4 and IS others tbat have produced 230 trotters Also sire of tho dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Nova Naboth li a 16 hands high foaled June Z9 1883 Ills podlgrco contains the blood of Ilambletonlan George Wilkes Mambrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and Clay Will Stand at IO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the noted Jack KING at 8S II C BAUGIIMAN Huatonvlllo Ky HAPSBURG SOQ Day stallion 181 bands high By Oloster 26 Imported 1st dam Jolly by Wonderful DOT f3li 2d dam by Preserves 822 tflrst dam Trinket S Imp by County King 110 2d dam by Champion of England 568 3d dam by Ilarnaby 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 NOTB Front tho abo n pedigree you can see that Hapsburg U a bred Cleveland English Coach horse Is a beautiful mahogany bay with black points U KIDay hnnds weighs 1275 pounds drives wall gentle and kind with fine stylo and high action den show a mile hotter than 3 minutes and wishing a high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Ured mares for getting style speed and action should toe this Lone Will Stand at 8tO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand tho splendid 10 hands and 1 Inch Dlack Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at IS and CIS for JenneUfor marcs Mare grazed at 82 month which In Ml eases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents bnt not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHrVfAN Hustonvillo Ky L jjjjjjj MENS FINE SHOES My stock of Mens Shoes tar spring und summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew Sol by Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed Twontyono yells handling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give ns a call eaT eS i0 XeT bm1oTm HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE DEALKUS IX Carriages Buggies Phae V j tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and life sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes W 4Tbie beautiful 1111tp So natC 1 it wild an Klgln or Wltbam move went sod warranted 86 for I When wanting anything in oar line dont fall to MO the new and beautiful things we J- 1I have In our handsome ttoolc Remember our Sir Murray U graduate of ono oouDtryWhcn j hltlrloStMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville I BIG CfpClS COJW6 TO TOWN Of course you are coming to bring t the children While in town call and soo our stock of ItuplwHaHte and Follicles Wothero just started quite a Rulubor of T1GKU COIIN PluNrmtS nml everyone is giving cnUifliotion AVo have tho TIQKK CULTIXATOI15 walking anti riding nlso ton uoJOiI Wo have several cultivators that are nut j Tigers we will sell almost at your own price to make room for the Tiger Come und see uswe can plenso you Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug seryico arc we believe thoso Competency quality courteousness and a filer profit policy AVo on doavor to give all these tho fullost oxprossion While in 801110 things therojis legitimate need of varying qualitios in medicinal drugs thuro is not We handle ono gratlooniytlte highest yot our prices are apt to be less than inferior arc sold for PennYJfStore Stanford 1 9- s II r J D Paxton J n S U Shanks 0 Geol W Carter 1 filled year L ar TRUSSES r I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES Craig Hooker STHNFO LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 3SOOOO Directors Owiloy Walker Successors to The Farmers Hank ft Trust Company and under same management continuously L for 39 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such builnexa relations will prove mutually beneficial 1 15 n a I Officers s n 8IUNKB President- J n OWSLEYICashier w M nniaiiT AIIt Cashier IFYOUWANT BARGAINS HE i NEW JOB STORjIZilniores Storeroom Stanford You will always get your moneys worth and whit you want in Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Rats Notions Jewelry Etc Give us a trial MSnyder Son Stanford 1