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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a l X v v SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALtk VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 10 1902 9 A M NO 22 IIl INOLD AGE health question of nutrition If the stomach ollirr organs of digestion and nutri tion arc kept in healthful coadlUou there will wellnourished body and little liability to of the liver bowels or such otter disorders as JUDY result from in II y nutrition and lack of exer cUe Dr Tierces Golden Med ical Discovery cures dlrtcnsofl of the utotnncli and other or pins of digestion and uutri Lion and 1110I diseases of organiwhich are caused by the diseased r condition ofthe stomach By enabling the perfect nutri the o become malnly a n a disorders body it increases the vital power and promotes it vigorous old age I was a sufferer from chronic dlAnhN for flee ynn writet Mrm M rr A Aaron of Rook I bled4Idment rcmcdlci which 1touiIllye me for a hurt time My trouble would retam as bad as erer- I eeervdted You Iii July aye and by u r adrift coo menctd uaing Pkttta reaHollftl J took two bottle of the CoWtii ilJk l DlMmnr three vUU of therelklasuit acne of the Kilnct of smart weed M wlvlwd I lure not had a ttturn of rajr trouble elute- ulox your medkanta Am now Knatjrone year oU aol I never dad to r4tee mo to oukk I thlmk Dr litre uc4idn the KTtttnt on with Should I tier hut re turn of my trouble ahan usyour meelkiae- My ttunka to yet for sour advice thamk to Almighty OoJ for twtotlug me to health through your- Accept heed no substitute for II Golden Med cal Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood lung Dr Tierces Pleasant relicts the beat laxative for old people They cure cou stipatlon and biliousness t BRODHEAD Dro Pike proaohed at Pine HUh 1Suoday nlbt and at Livingston Mon Ray Stinnett tilled his appointment at Calloway Saturday and Sunday ROT R R Nool wee with his Hook at the piano Saturday and Sunday Robert Par ln and wlfo and Mrs William Albright were baptised by Dro A J Pike Thursday evening and received Into the Baptist church at thin plaeoI town marshal Is having a hard It time with some of our oiiUeni who claim that they are lawabiding men to get them to do right ana put down their sidewalks Charlie Pike lu on the sick list this week lie came home from Loulivlllo some six weeks ago a little puny and has been growing worse over since nnd Is now oon ned to his bed yalto a crowd of our oUlwns went to Stanford and took In the show and among the crowd wore Dr Peroy Han ton and wife and Messrs J T Ohurry J K Wallin A W Tato and others Mrs Robert flak has been visiting relatives and friends at Pine Dill and Livingston this week ItUncle Ashley Owens of Livingston very feeble at this writing and he told the writer on last Monday that the battles of this life wore about over with him no said ho only bad a few more days to remain In this world Mr Owens Is a good citizen and has done touch for this county and has many friends and relatives that bo will soon leave 3 On Monday night between the hours of 7 and U oclock both Mosirt Josio Roberta and Benjamin Woodall pasted from this world Into eternity Mr Roberta was a good citizen living about three miles out of town Ho leaves to mourn him a wife and fivo children Mr Woodall was the son oft Robert Woodall 23 years of ago apd a f good boy Tho largest crowd that hoe V been In our town for a number of year to attend a funeral service were gath ered at tbo Christian church last Tuesday afternoon when Dro Pike preached the funeral ot Jesse Roberts and IJ Benjamin Woodall both the same hour rp It was a ead scene to see tho bodies of 1tho two men lying side by side In the with the weeping father and mpther of the ono and tho bereaved wife and children of tbo other with h c the weeping relatives and friends of s both Oiling tbo house of Ood Wo could 3 Boo the truthfulness of the words of John when ho said that ulnan born of wumen la of few days and full of trOUt it blot iNOLOSS OF TIME v I have sold Chamberlains Colic Chol andh1tri to thresher that could go no farther and thoy are at work again this morning II R FIIBLIS Plymouth Oklahoma As Vlll be scon by tho above the threshers wore able to keep on with their work without losing a single days tuna You should keep a bottle of this remedy In Jti your homo For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists ifThounderwriters of tho stool trust so far recnlved 120000000 as their fOIcelvo y 1 NEWS NOTES I IDr Lyman Todd of Lexington IB dead At Ashland Mrs Charles Chapman fired a bullet at her heart and Is dying of trie wound Burglars entered tbo Salt Llok De pout Bank In Bath county but only secured 81 booty Clarfleld Hall was killed by lightning at Jamestown Tone His father was severely shocked The famous volcano Vesuvius Is showing signs of activity lava flowing down the Pompeii side Mrs Helen Nicholson aged 80 and Nathan Crosbyaged 30 oommltted suicide near Seottsburg Ind Twentyone aro already dead and hundreds lira Injured as a result of the explosion of naptha at oberadon Pa Edgar Altman of Grceosburg lot both eyes by the explosion of a oar tridge while be was loading Jils rifle The L N depot at Ruaeellvllle was robbed Bloodhounds followed John Ogden colored who was arrest odAn exchange says that the steel mag nates are going to havb A 1100 a plato dinner at PUtsburg with beef as dee sortAt West Conbooken Pa Miss Ka tie Henderson detected the roof of a powder mill ablaze and by promptly sounding the alarm saved 30 lives Tho Continental Tobaoco Company has made an Increase of 10 per cent In tho wages of 96000 em ploy oa because of tho recent advance In the COlt or living Hugh and Neal ODonnellaged Gatnollo philanthropists of New York who for 18 years gave tbo entire prof- It of their business to charity are deadBy a book keepers orror committed 20 years ago City Treasurer William Malcolm of Passaic N J has boon forced to give up the savings of a life time II C Trlgg the well known banker tas bought tho Glasgow railroad a branch ot tbo L S N railroad ten miles long from Glasgow to Glasgow Junction for 100000 A flro at Ccrrdo W Va destroyed a large mill and lumber yard twenty three dwellings and tbo Camden Interstate railway power houeo The lots Is estimated at 8300000 J Plorpont Morgan Is reported to have bought tbo Manchester ship oat nal This purchase It Is said will re cult In the syndicates vessels landing cargoes at Manchester Instead of Llv orpool Slnco tho devastation wrought In Martinique grave doubts aro felt re garding the safety of the Nicaragua canal route through a region subject to aelmlo disturbances In this respect the Panama route Is regarded as abso lutely safe Hon O Alllioo Holland of Henry county has been selected by Frankfort Lodge B P O Elk as orator of the day on the occasion of the laying of the cornerstona of the new 10000 homo In course of erection at Frankfort Tho cornerstone will bo laid next TuesdayPresident Roosevelt laid the corner stone In Washington of the McKinley Memorial Ohio College of Government f which will be an adjunct of the Moth a dist American University In which will be taught International law and lu cognate subjects Senator Hanna made a foaling address Tho Stato Board of Valuation and Assessment hat Increased tho franchise valuation of the L N Railroad Com pany from I0J0867l toI12013IIH This will Increase tho companys franchise paidlasti valuation of tho Henderson Brldgo Co was placed at 81087222 Last year It was 81032600 CARD OF THANKS notifythoresigned the agency at Moroland After serving the seven years I feel It my duty to thank all who have stood by thathavepeople of Lincoln and part ot Casey If made any enemies am not aware of It I give up the placo on ac count of my health Am not strong enough to battle longer with the wor ry I will not leave the Q ft Q but will take a lighter position until Icanregain mr health I do not know who my successor will boo but rather think Loxington p WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYING FOR ITtIn a recent article a phys clan Buys It Is next to impossible for th physician to get his pjtlents to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent ho his but one re sort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chronic con stipation tho most mild and gentle ob J tamable such as Chamberlains Stomach employedTheiras they leave the bowels In a natural and healthy condition For sale by Craig JMocker Druggists KINGSVILLE storofcovered oil on their farm hero An or dlnory wen with oil on the surface Mr Campbell of the Somerset Journal wo noticed In last Issue has the nicest little way of requesting sub scribers to pay for the excellent paper Wo should think tbo editor of the I J would do well to Jopt Mr Campbells suave method Mr Ben Vest Is shipping strawbcr Vies of bfiown raising to the City which are commanding a good price Ills strawberries are floe J L John sons strawberries not ripen so early f but Bro equally lee Tbo apple crop It Is thought will be a failure In this sectionRev Wm Davidson pastor of the Baptist aburcb filled his appointment Sunday He also preached to a good audience at the Methodist church Fri day evening Elder El O Barry of Uendereon IB expected Saturday to flll his regular appointment at the Chris tfan obureh Mr W L McCarty bae bad enlarged and handsomely framed photographs of our erstwhile greatly beloved pas tore of tbo Christian church viz Elders James Lane Allen of Danville and J G Livingston of Crab Orchard The plotucs are to adorn the walls of the church after the annual spring clean log has been completed Tbo walls are to be papered and an Iron roof Is anoth er Improvement about to be made Mrs D P DIoecn and handsome lit tie sons of Somerset are the guests of Mr Pennybaoker Mrs Dineen will remain two weeks to the delight of her many friends here Operator J E Crelgbton is working days at George town W L MoCarty was In Danville on business a few days since Dr C M Thompson bad returned from Louis ville whore bo wont to attend a medl cal lecture D M Crelghton la quite sick Mrs West of Boone county Is the Jueetof Mr Denny Mrs Eliza beth Taylor will visit relatives In Lex ington the coming week Wallace W Waller of Stanford was hero Satur day Mr Wm Murphy Sr who has been 111 for a year or more Is very much Improved and ablo to walk about his homo Mrs J L Johnson and daughter and Miss Edna Baker attended the circus at Stanford Lines To Spring I hoard a thousand blended notes While in a grove I sat reclined In that sweet mood when pleasant thoughts Bring sad thoughts to tbo mind To her fair works did nature link The human soul that thro mo ran And much It grieved my soul to think What Man has made of Man Through primrose turfs In that sweet bower The periwinkle tralld Its wreaths And tie my faith that every flower Enjoys tbo air It breathes Tho birds around me hoppd and play d Their thoughts I can not measure But tho least motion which they made It seemed a thrill of pleasure The budding twigs spread out their to To catch the breezy air And I must think do all I can That there was pleasure there If this belief from heaven la sent It such be Natures holy plan Have I not reason to lament What Man haa made of Man Wadawortb The Fairs The fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Richmond third week In July Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown fourth week In July Hustonvllle fifth week In July Danvlllo first week In August Lexington second week In August Mayevlllo and Lawroncoburg third week In August Bardstown and Glasgow first week In September Ellzaboihtownond Bowling Green aocond week In September Intoratato Fair Louisville fourth week In September t Alice who was five years old was of ten asked to run errands for mother She went willingly oho could pro ndunco the name of the article wanted but she dreaded the laughter which greeted her attempts to pronounce cer theenever go for It If she could help It but onemorn lag her mother foundilt absolutely nec cssary to send her- On entering tho store she handed the Jug to the clerk android Smell the jug and give me a quart tI Llttlo Chronicle In counting lifes worrlea Tla Itttlo thlngajtell All girls with small brothers Know thla very well e r E MISSt LVDLbl RKR Of whom the above rut Is an excellent likeness will renre nt Danville In tbo contest promoted by Messrs Sauf Icy ft Alveraon on the evening of Juno 18 She la connected with several of tho most prominent families of Boyle county end ta a talented elocutionist MIa Burke will recite Hagar IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thajury In the Harvey Dean will ease at Lebanon hung Danvilles D D bnen ball team defeated Quetonvllle 10 to 1 J B Montgomery formerly of Dan villa la dead In New Orleans Charles Miller a well known Lex ington attorney has located at London Barbourvlllo will have an electric plant In operation within two months Vance Oaks was killed In Adair coun tyby the accidental discharge of hla Run Axlm Vaughn and Robert Welch aged farmers of Clinton county died suddenly the same day Burglars attempted to enter a store at High Bridge but a shot from the proprietor scared them away Thomas Tucker was found dead In bed at Livingston A coroners jury pronounced his trouble heart failure Coy Bcckham pardoned W M Oar risen who killed Larkin Jones In Leslie county to save his Garrison fath ers life- Judge T M Cardwell who has been for the past two years Indian agent at White Rock Utah has sent In his res ignationFrank Ellis la under arrest In Lex ington charged with attempting to kill his wife Ho was marshal of Junction City for a number of years Citizens of Jellloo aro wrought up because the L ok N railroad has made n preliminary survey to Saxloo leav log Jolllco oil the linn of extension The 81i11culty In securing right of way Is the cause of the change In the sur veyTbo Kansas City Drovers Telegram contains this sad death notice Col and Mrs J E Bruce are heart broken over EnBruce Less than two years ago thoy burled a daughter and are now called on to part with the only remalnlnconc Mice Bruce had been sick for several months She was blossoming Into wo manhood at the ago of 18 Col Bruce has hundreds of friends at the stock yards where be has labored for many years and today they aro giving him the only consolation In their power their eympathyHUBIILE John Blanks Is building a new barn George Wood sold some sheep to Joss Lynn at 4c Mrs J M Rankin and children are visiting in Pulaakl Eld A R Moore will nil his pulpit hero Sunday afternoon Ed Minor bad a horse to fall dead In the harness from heart trouble- S M Spoonamoroa now veranda U nearly completed and speaks well for tho contractor H C Taylor- H J Luco la about well again after a siege of grip John Robinson made a flying trip to Loulsvlllo for a new suit John la that ell ot the story The ladles will have their box upper at the Christian church on the 24th evening Instead of the 20th aa was in Tuesdays paper Everybody Is In vited Miss Eva McKechnle and Mlsa Efllc Sloan have bbon vlalllng at Somerset L G Hubble U In from his winters stay In Texas but did not bring his wife with him this trip S Dunbar sold his old crop of wheat Bt85c Wm Sutton sold some old corn to Garret Woods at S3 at tbo crib S M Luco sold some corn to Anderson Splllman at S320 delivered Most all of the wool was taken up here Wednesday at 17o for good and 120 for black and burry r b = = 1 j1 1 If You Want Trash l tjinclothes dont stop here If you want goods at a reasonable price this is Ii Itthc place Dont think because our I I higltpricedj l lftiJPAYS TO TRADE AT ErIT i t N GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 111 l satisfiedE Ky im 8r AdrAWDA 6vAdJWAW rrrlffrffrrrrrrrrrrrr Still ItGrows I EWo have given such satisfaction in the way of quality and price that = t- our= business has increased tenfold during the past few days We are == ever ready to serve our customers and friends and to that end we nowrt= propose to give them prices in summer goods that will startle the na =lives Our present stock must be rushed from the shelves to make =SZ room for more goods which will arrive in a few days As stated In Z2 our first announcement we propose to carry a stock of H DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES HATS i- g CAPS I GENTS FURNISHINGS j ZgEllr Store will be known at the bargain house of this city For the prea 3= ent we wjll sell Mens Every Day Pants at 70c a pair Misses and 3= Childrens Shoe at your own figures a full stock of to date Shirts = 3 rSZIZ2S= = 1iJllllllllillllllIl111lIilil llUiuummlU 1111111ilIIII4LUII4U4 I The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company OP STANFORD KY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Sharo 11 Full Paid and NonAssessable OmcEBs J H Baughiuan Pros A T Nunnelley VicePros W II Wearten Trees U Helm Secy BaughmanJThe Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Oo has about 3000 acres of land leased In Lin coin county Ky The larger portion ot this leasers contiguous to the M 8 Baugh man larma portion in the neighborhood of May ood and Sugar Grove sections and still another portion skirting Logans Creek Ono of the surest indications of the probable value of undeveloped oil lands le the result of eflortl at development oa adjoining None of the stock reservedby the Incorporator8 can br Issued by them until the entire amount so reserved his been sold and whon sold every dol lar arising Iherofrom 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 the untiring efforts of the otllcors and directors The stock ia nonasessablo and the private property of the stockholder is not liable for corporate debts It Is 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 pusbedAT COST FOR CASH DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS UNDER WEAR GEORGE H FARRIS CO W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY F fTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTONI WALTONilIa Candidate for Railroad Commluloaer for tba 24 Dlitrlct itiblcct to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGERj Ot Wayne County It s candidate for State Tr subject to the action of the Democratic pnty tsuerf WALTER NEWMAN HALDEMAN tbe vcucrablo president ol the Couler Journal Co died In Louisville Tuci day morning from the effects of InJur tea received by belnjj struck by a street car He was ono of the grandest old gentlemen Kentucky baa ever produced and his death causes sorrow whoever be was known Mr Haldem was born at Maysvllle but removed to Loulevlllo at 10 and bad since been Identified with the business Interests of that great city To him la probably i due more credit than any other man Louisvilles commercial standing of today Mr Haldeman entered joust lam a half century ago and bad been a shining light since Ho was a klod hearted generous man and was loved roost by those who knew his 8terllnll qualities and pure life best May tbe sod lie gently on the grave of him wbo bad befriended BO many and wbose useful life was so full of deeds of cbar Ity A widow two sons and adaught are left to mourn the loss of a fond hus band and Indulgent father I GEN BRAGG who baa been appol ed consul general to Havana was for merly a democrat but went off wltb the Palmer and Buukner crowd aod opposed Bryan In both campaigns He was a great admirer and supporter of Grover Cleveland and whoa Tammany attempted to defeat bis second nomln thou uttered the sentence which became famous We love him for the ene I mles be has made Gen Bragg Is now 72 years old For many years be was nearly blnd and It la only recent e ly alter an operation which saved one eve that ho has been able to attend to any business affairs ON Juno 3 the anniversary of JefT Davis birthday collection wlil be made In every town In Mississippi In aid of s the Beauvolr fund for the purchase of Davis Beauvolr house near Bllox Miss for an exConfederate home Tbe amount required is but 10000 and coo j eiderably over one half of It has been raised Mr Davis there wrote the Rise and Fall of the Southern ConfeI I eracy and at It his last days were pas ed It Is a lovely spot and the Ideal J plac3 for the purpose intended TDE Lexington Democrat is negoti ting for a perfecting press that will print fold and paste 10000 olghtpai papers per hour It is also thinkin seriously about Issuing an afternoo edition Mr Walton will spare neithe f energy nor expense In making tbe Democrat the leading paper of tbe I BlueGrass Capital A THOUSAND Jewish butchers In New York have eloped their shops till the price of meat is lowered and 250 t 000 persons will take to milk and elrl i diet asa result The grasping meat f trust has overleaped Itself and the pea filled with resentr pie everywhere are ment and determination to crush It LEWIS NIXON seems to have a bead of his own Ha threatens to resign tbe leadership of Tammany If he Is not permitted to direct the societys affairs 10 his own way He Is displeased at th yetforteof certain Tammany leaders to Grand Sachem Feltner POTTER PALMER of Cblcagolgnore his sons and leaves all of his eight mil lions of dollars to his young and beau tllul wife who will now be the band 1 somest and richest as well as thee mOil charming of widows brPOLITICAL A primary to name a candidate for Congress in the Second district will bet held August 2 The Senate passed a resolution apt proprlatlng 1500000 for the relief of the Martinique sufferers A postOtBce baa been established at II Wind Cave Jackson county with God fred P Isaacs postmaster F A Hopkins announces his candl J dacy for tho democratic Coogresslonal- f nomination In the Tenth district Lewis Nixon has resigned the leader ship of Tammany Hall because he 1couldnot have his way without appeal I Croker The Ohio Legislature has adjourned I after passing a reapportlonment bill which gives the republicans one morel i Congressional district Gov Beckham appointed Judge Ira I specIalta number of big cases are to i triedRepresentative Hepburn House champion of the NIcaraguan canal bill says the Senate will take up the lath mian canal legislation Immediately fol lowing a vote on the Philippine bill Help me Teddy or I sink I shouts the 110101 democratic Senator from South Carolina And tho republican president will pull in tho sputtering Ccsar and him in a dry place on the beochLoulsVllIu Times tA 4 Z i a I John G Carlisle Is In Havana trlnlt to place a loan for tbo Cuban capital The Senate committee decided tbo long fight over the nomination ot J G Happy to be postmaster at Mayfield by deciding to make a favorable report on It The committee decided to report favorably also on the nomln lion of Frank M Fisher to be postmaster at Paducab LANCASTER The Garrard graded school cloBcl MondayA horse caused quite a sei satlon Tuesday- F B Kemper Is erecting a resident on Water street Dame Rumor asserts that a youn widow Is soon to wed W B Burton bought a good sorrel horse of a Lincoln dealer for 885 N B Northcott has bought a tars o drove of turkeys of Garrard raiser paying 6c- Mlaaea Altlo and Bessie Marksbur are entertaining their friends with pingpong Tho Garrard graded school holds ItI commencement exercises at the oper house next Thursday at 10 A M J S Ham has sold his barber establishment to W C Swlneford of Paint Lick who will move to this place H Clay Sutton reports several rows of floe tomatoes over a foot high con pletely destroyed bv the cut worm W O Greening of Huitonvllto was hero Wednesday and Is making al preparations to start the bclck kIln Miss Amanda Anderson oiaaeehe four months school at Please Bill on Monday and gives a plcoicTSaturda afternoon Dr and Mrs J B Klnnalrd enter talned Wednesday evening Vn honor of the bridal couple Mr and Mrs Hor ico Herndon The alarm bell was rung about nooi Thursday and Gov Bradleys barn vas Found to be ablaze but the tiro was soon extinguished I will bo at Lancaster from Tuesday 20th to Saturday 24th in the Storme itore room on Danville street Miss Sacray photographer Miss Mario Joseph one of the grad nates of the graded school entertains the members of the class with then ushers on Thursday evening I C Rucker bas sold his residence to J T Conn and has also disposed 01 ila Interest in the Lancaster FJourlnt Mills and will return to Paint Lick Miss Willie Belle Burnsldo will glvi a party this evening at the residence of her uncle W McClelland Johnston to her graduating classmates and ushers W S Ferguson sold his last season cheat 700 bushels at Ode to Mlllei Potts of Lower Paint Lick George T Hlgglnbotbam bought 30 bushels of hemp seed at 84 per bushel The musical department of thl traded school under the cbargo of the nstructar Mrs Belle Burnsldc wll give recitals on Tuesday and Wcdnes lay afternoons Miss Sallie Elklni ilaaa will hold an art exhibit immedl itely following the 2nd recital John Nay sold a butcher cow toT- S Elkin for 3io Henry Cox sold a sow and pigs to same for 135 Joht loltzolaw sold same a bunch of bogs at- 6c Mrs E Perkins sold a fat helferal 40 and T Asblock sold a butcher cow for 835 and Jim Jones some hogs at Co Miss Florence Burnslde of the Paint Lick vicinity will represent Lancaster at the 9th annual elocutionary contest to be given at Stanford on the evening 01 June 20th by Mr E H Beazley Mlws Llllie Leavell of Bryantevllle wlll speak In behalf of Hamilton Col le ge Lexington and these two talented young ladles will cause much Inter eet to be felt by the Garrard people In tbls competition The graduates of the Garrard graded bool hive bad printed for commence went very unlquo and artistic pro rams the name being outlined In wblte perforated letters Interlaced with purple ribbon the Garrard school colors used at all the Blue Grass Tourna tenta The brochures are also decorated in gilt designs and with little daln ty gold classpins will In after years furnish the graduates some pretty souvenirs of their happy school days Miss Ada Fox of Eaton O Is visit ig Mrs J Joseph Mrs A H Rice has arrived from Nashville via the umberland to Mill Springs Mes dames Hubble and ONeal will soon leave for Rock Castle Springs to spend tho Summer W J Klnnalrd has rea turned from his wintering at San An tonia Texas very much Improved from ble sojourn Rev J E Woolford II- Iback from Asheville N C and will preaeh Sunday Miss Cora Loyd of Hoanoke1Va Is visiting Mrs Milton Mattie Thompson Is tbe- luest of Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Mr and Mrs Browning of ixlngton made a short visit here eo- routa to Gallatin Tenn Old Mr 80d- Mrs Fowls drove through from Speo- cer county to visit the grave of tbelrS- OD Elder W I Fowe at ono time pastor of the Christian burch Miss Mattie Elkin leaves thorny for Atlanta Mrs Ellen McKenzlo and Miss NBonle Watson of Stanford are guests of Mrs J I White Esther Dowlu daughter of Elijah Dowie died from burns at Chicago Sbe suffered without medical aid while DowIe prayed over her The Rev Frank E Cooley of Dan vlllo has declined a call to the Epleco pal church of Mt Sterling The proposed hardware combination bas been abandoned f iiii ICHURCH MATTERS As a result of a Christian church ro vlval 150 converts were baptized In tbo Kentucky river at High Bridge I Tbo 88th annual meeting of tbo American Baptist Missionary Union will be held at St Paul May 21 i The meeting at the Christian church of Midway closed Sunday night wltb 31 additions 30 by confession and bap tlsrn Elder Victor W Dorris of Georg town has been called to the Tabcrn clc Christian church at Columbus Ind at a salary of 82700 a year The county meeting at McCormack tomorrow promises to be both Interes log and enjoyable Tho good people of i that section will spread a royal din nor At a sale of tho library of the latoI Thoa J McKee the only known copvI of the original Issue of the first lan ITbobylerlan Church will meet York The question ot creed revision Is regarded ail the most Important to come before the meeting- Iaterchangcablo Mllegage Books now Issued by the Louisville Nashvlll will be honored for passage on tho At lanta Knoxvllle ft Northern Ry Atlanta and West Point R R Atlantl Coast Line R R Baltimore Steal I Packet Co and Chesapeake Stearoshl I Co between Baltimore and Norfoll Charleston Western Carolina Ry Columbia Newberry Laurens IV R Georgia Railroad Louisville Hendei ion St Louis Ry Nashville Cbattt nooga St Louis Ry Northwester R R of South Carolina Plant Systea Richmond Frederlckeburg Potoma R It Seaboard Air Line Ry Wash Ington Southern Ry Western Ry of Alabama Western Atlantic R Rand on all lines of the Louisville i Nashville Railroad except tho follow log L H C tt W R R Glasgow R R Elkton fi Guthrlo R R and Pont chartraln R R a total of 13063 mile Those books are on sale at all L ft tickets offices MATRIMONIAL Thomas Miller aqd Mlea Annie Davl were married at Burnelde Hiram Shtrrlll ie and Mrs Uielnd Rush 00 were married at Blooming too Ind lease Hutton an Indiana farmer titer 35 rears wedded life sued for dl orce alleging cruel treatment At Hendarson N J John Howell eed 70 and Miss Dora Howard 80 sore married alter a courtship of nearly 60 years MM Smyths Yes Indeed I appear ad against the burglar who stole our valuable Chinese rug sod prosecutor ilm vigorously It theres anything I bate Ua dishonesty Mrs Browne You are right dear But by the way where did you obtain the beautiful rug Mrs Smythe Oh you know my hue iand Is in the army It was the first hang he laid his hands on when thoy sere looting Pekln Chicago News THE MOST COMMON AILMENT More people safer from rheumitUn ban from any other ailment This II wholly unnecessary too for a cure may be fleeted at a very small coat O W Vescott of Meadowdale N Y says I have been afflicted with rheumatism fot- some time and it has caused me much offering I concluded to try Chamber sins Pain Balm and am pleased to say that it has cured me For sale by craig c Rocker Druggists Robinson Cruiooa Island Juan Fer andcz lying 000 miles west of Valpa raho Is to be given a civil government br Chill on account of Its lobster can nlnJC Industry Moses Koller a drummer wag aiaas Inatcd and robbed on tbo highway In lonroe county Tennessee W S Stenger bought tbo Phlladel pbla Record at auction for about three Illlons NOTICEAll persona having claims against the es- tte of Miss Nora Drown will protect them properly proven to mo at once owtng estate are requested to settle Itboui delay M S Ilaugnman Admr Wool Wanted Wo want to buy your wool and will pay- the highest market price for It Call on ui at J ft Co a BOONS k GENTRY Stanford Ky FOR RENT I doalre to rent out for the balance of tho- year the Horton place on Danville avenue The residence Is to good repaIr and thero- arA about two acres of want to- soU a horse cow surrey crop etc 11ave to loavo Kentucky on Countof wifes health John Urackutt Stanford Ky Conic and see our handsome line ofd FASHIONABLE MILLINERY in the Postoflice Building on Main street I Mrs Garland Singleton 1 I Sf Grand header Specials FOR THIS WEEK Ilntisto Corsets ginllo nUll straight fronts worth 81 special 50c 44inch silk nut wool dross goods worth The special H9c yard Melee Monarch Shirts nogligco and stiff bosoms worth J125 special OC- cMens fancy lioso worth 20o special prico lOc pair Mens fine balbriggan underwear special prico of 24o a garment Ladies Dongola kid Oxfords special price l8c a pair Mens jeans pants worth 8125 special GDc The Grand LeaderProps S B Manager E C Walton Pre ldentIL R Hughes S Control KontuckyI Real Estate lMIaC TITLE CO Stanford Ky N 11lse a sad let lo 8ufenlflte reaaull- all oaoI u s My PrtoeMM N t MMll r17 awn I miles from Mai reed Jls ol Aar paid rsiisss beak peak sad I venMhts tteoj ten sW s4lwr MlMlBfi la gw 001111 bbl weal fueeJ so sues la laJruanIIW seed st tsffsta Claw to fries tB X acre Ins4 aoIJet8C wia IlK lid ea- Ste kisehargsin- Na S dare sad IM la SUnUrd 11eer pan tales Irs note uool stsble ad a area rf lea- well r1 O01 preub t baUdlag tot I a tear rewa Kvungh la irs t tw oikvr coWaava t a t- ratry tent w M be Item to toe Mttat aid b uatxatUtalbMM WIU bew ctieap u is- ewaer sheet here assay- re 4Tw Hery shei daelasg l mss Hli and VeratMla Oval gie hselg aaJ bones I good repair Far oaH ot rust rno muosabl Nos 5IIse ud let M SlaeknL Tbta men oat Iron porch Used nIQ and takl 11repel tahl ahwp- No 7 HBUM and let ID SunterJ 1 14 lUrici teas u oJ garden awoke sad aal aautug oel WOO Ash 1IFna of Maera 24 wllM Ira fitan larj on evenly road x sees In culilT tk sevs In putarr t oreharja shed rat la tluiUr Tw small roiucrt good barn and outbulMtngt MI watered and lendoj fairly good liars Nn I taught at your prk U owner Ir In IndUnapo lit and must hue money No II r farm of ttt sera four mllea from Stan lord on bat pike In tbe county Sixty urn 10 whuat 40 In corn S In timothy 0 In slaTrr and lOP In one blutfut It cut In tlx laid well horn well ncrsr falling well and aprier two mllf11boband enough umber to male 6000 pats A blurgraM farm end only 10 minute drlte rom Iba rouuty t at Owner ol floe farm deloltr Ibl has recently refuted in Cram ogee this at IS7 M per acre No 1120 acres land wllb nteemary Impute tnpntl4 mile from Stanford IJwelllnic baa orroom erudstblIbd porch large barn inioki house and fenced and bulldlog In good repair Irlc rmonaUe No 12 rooms hall and porch sad NO Also large Inc- toryatontoom23xtO ft lower roe supplied with counten etc Water In dwelllnc and itoreroom alto eUtern and well on place Small lot bark orators One mile from Stanford Ilulldlni In eood repair and dwelling originally cost IIJIW aadiioreoferllHXX sell both for I860 or will rent or sell separately No 13280 acre farm S mils of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant houwi two barns spring riser dwelling Fine ll high date of cultivation ISO acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Irlre s70 sn sere No 11IOOacraot land on Lanouter street in Crab Orchard opposite In grsta no Ira proYemeati except large stock barn abundance o stock water IretUeatbull Jngaltelu town Price SJ01JO No 1JA nice cottage end lot on Lancaalei street Stanford 7 room good dater eta Cat llCOO will sell for IlOUO No 11IJOnIIII of land In Mad n county K6mllaSoulh ofltlchmond and 2 miles of Kingston lying between Pig 11111 turnpike and Muddy Creek road known as tbe Cot It Mundaj rUDI Frame bul1 lngt stock barn outbutldtngs tie Moot of good water and one of anal car springs In Kentucky In yard lies stock farm In for the money Puce 80 let acre No liAfarju of 16ft urn near If uitonilll Dwelling of eight rooms ball Teranda eta Oni tenant house stock barn Urge tobacco barn and other outbuildings ClaUrn and good well in the yard and water In every Held on the place Farm rut la seven fields and nntclaia land No M Farm of fro acres situated near Kings rllle Kyj GO acres In cultlTStlon 39 In timberreit well watered two good barns and other OUlbullc lDgtj IOOd repair Dwelling cowparaUre- I new Ie within 300 1otthree churches ichol ostotaa end C Property lies on dalrablePatmlor f2 400 or In iiarceli of not IMS than 30 acre to ultpurcbaser This la certainly cheap property No fi3Fsrm of 73 acres near WayncaburK Iwalllng good burn etc Well watered rendn and buildings In repair Productive lime tone land In good neirhborhood close to school redongood road hire nlJO No MAfarm ofSO acrea In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 3 good barns and out ulldlngf hour tarn etc stout the renter ot 100 acres All on county road H mils from burcb school and layswell and well ratered This Is a good tobacco fatal end would nit two or three mules that ml htwant to toms rom the same neighborhood Price reasonable No MA farm of 10S tens In Casey county Ky Ooa and onehalf story dwelling wllh alx teem ood barn and ol bar outbuilding Blxty acres In ultlTstlon 43 acres n tlmberl trees etc Lay well on county Ole to churches choolete Price only COO No MFarm ol 113 acres In Casey county Two tory frame dwelling two good taro and other ulbulldlogf In repair Hplendld tobacco and and In good community A bargain at 1900- Ni 57Farmof acres In Casey county A row two itory H room frame dwelling and old welling In lair condition leans and other lulldlngs On county rod splendid acre land well watered two wells spring etc This Is a de Irable home Price tlSoo No sa Flay acres near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house ft rooma end porch Dam and other utbulldlngi S3 acrea In culllratlon rest In tim Colonial attachments for Oxfonb special unit Good pins regular quality Ic paper 250 Monri Straw lint nil sizes nod kind worth up to 75o sitaoinl lUo each liens 822fi Shoos special for week 8160 pairs Ladlos Shoes worth up to 83 sizes 94 3 only choice 48c Childrens Hcwo regular too quality double heel too knee ot Now hue ribbon braiding just in Ladies 83 Oxford special prico 108 Mens S5 fancy volts choice 108 Hays Levy Levy outbuildings IItfKoIaadniialiy Price HM We hare buyer rrM sao sere Gnu situated frera one three alias hues town Alsatniyer fer abjat too seres dtaatal frees vet to her wiles I Irani town with without tMrrovMnaiiU Moo a buyer toe an Jxooo 110 OW tarn close town Ky141vOrebsnl bHpfANNOUNCEMENT Having select variety of the very fattest etylec Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties cf it will intorwt you to look at these goods said Slut out file prices Doing ftrictly GMI business wmioirr KXCHITION on ablra to swillat the very hottest figures qualities ooneklerul Keiwiring complicated wnlchen specialty If you have failed to get your watch or clock property reJlllired bring it tome 1 CAN ix IT uifkction guRnuitee W H MUELLER Modern Drug Dealing Tim clements that enter into perfect drug soryico nre wo believe those Competency quality Courteousness and fair profit policy Wo dcnvor give nil those the fullest expression While in some things there legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there not We handle one grade onlytho highest yet our prices arc nut bo less than inferior arc sold for Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky Ie LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1 CAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO Directors J Paxton Owsley S 11 Shank W 0 Walker OooJ W Carter 2to n fc n 1 200 and and lOu of lo M iv te a n and l B J D Successors to Farmers Hank do Trust Company under coutlnuoulyCfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as Deposit flank of Stanford In then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford tn again reorganized as the First National Dank of Stanford In haying practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It 1s better with facilities for transact JnijbuelnoM promptly well than ever ore honorable career Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Na Ir vsv ef Isal hear tab al a of mo of n n en to is is to The and acme will the 183S IBM and 1882 had now and of serst I Officers B n BIIANKB President J II OWSLEYCashier II W M nrOUTII I Atst Cashier Officers j J S HOOKER Prost J J MoROnERTS Chr W IL WEAREX DUpr f F DIrectorsrS T J S W P Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Crab Orchard M n Elmore Stanford 8 II Ilaughman Stanford T 111111 Stanford Jas Robinson IInbbleJJ H Ilaughman W P Tate Stanford IF YOU WANT TO THE BARGAINS NEW JOB STORBDElmoros Storeroom Stanford J You will always get your worth and what you want In Dy Goods Clothing Shoes llaU Notions Jewelry Etc Qlvo ua a trial M Snyder c Son Stanford J y r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i STANFORD Ky MAY 16 1002 In Oiling your proicrlptlooa wo uiol J the rlRht medlclnei in tbo exact proporj None and with proper care not do batter It yon paid us double the price which IB always reasonable Ion ape Drug Store er PERSONALSC Miss MARY MOIIRIBON MAFHENY la 111 i 8 N MATUEKY rapidly coovalei 4 clog ED WILKINSON continues 111 with e rbcuraatlem i MRS K D NmvLAND of Ilrodbcad yeeterdayr la back from a C 4 delightful Southern trip tMles ANNA Govuu will entertain V the T I A Club tonljrht EDWARD COOPER made his lint visit to the State Capital Tuesday Du W L PHILLIPS went up to Fla 41Llok Wednesday prospecting Miss ANNA Gooctt Is at Joseph 3 Price Infirmary for treatment Mn A C IloniNSON loft yesterday for a business trip to Missouri f Miss DOLLY GOODS of Mitchells bujrjj Is with Mrs B D Carter DIt I 8 WESLEY of Lancaster was hero Wednesday to see a patient Miss ELLA DUNN of Drodbcad wa t hero yesterday en route to Gar rard I 4IIofERT C SAUFLKY and Miss Anna Cook wont to n rrodibur this morn leg MR J M ALVERSON of this office Is at Harrodsburg taking In the lair MRS JUDIB CHESTNUT of Itockcas tie Ie with her daughter Mrs W I IlerrlnGHOKQK TUCICUR of tbo West Rod who has been 111 of pnswraonla is Improving l + MlSeLOUlSltSAUNDBHS of DanvilleS Is the RUNt of lion and t Saunders MR JMMH P Kiprit and Mn T L s Carpenter of the Waet Hml were bero k yMtwdar MK JOHN W MILIBK of Laneaa I I ter was here Wednesday reiurnlDg from Loelivllle J M CiiAriBLL et Otergatown Itgo Is spending a few days with D vid and James Wren Miss SAOKAY the pbotographerwlll boat Lancaster from Tuesday until Saturday of nut wk MIlL J II WKRN owl Mice Jennie 4Wren who have been 111 of rheuma are slowly Improving JUIMIB J M IlHLLliS of Kansas City Is here with needs and relatives I all of whom are glad to see him MBUAMKB MARY J WBATIIUMKORD nail Sallle Sbl raan of Haitonvllle spent Tuesday with Mrs W O Speed 4ROUnitT IORTBR JR who has been If bulaaneoureo In a Lozin ton college returned homo IVcdnca v daySHERIFF M S DAUOIIUAN has qua Iflcd as administrator of the estate of Miss Nora Drown late ot tbo West Had MRS DEfrriK ToiMAN of Uuston vlllo will leave for Wasnlngton City f on tbo2 to visit her eon Wallace Hall MISSES KATE BLAIN and Iathorl 0 0 Blaln and Mrs Jobn Blalnof the We Bad paid this office a plcKsant ca I yesterday MRS E T MINOR who underwent a severe surgical operation is doing well at Joseph Prlco Infirmary liar hu i band Is with her DR AND MRS SIMP ELKIN of Atlanta end Miss Jennie Duncan of Lan castor spent Tuesday with non and Mrs II C Warren Miss ALLENE HUDSON and Mrs R L Salter Jr and daughter of Dan ville are guests of Mr and Mrs A Carpenter In the West End MRS NEWMAN DIme and eon 11 Ononsboro Mrs Montlo Fox and child I ron and Miss Dora Baugbman of Dan ville are guests of Mrs J W Baug man GEORGE L PENNY and eon Mik each received a handsome Palmet walking cano yesterday from Rca Lcachman who Is now on the island Guamr Mn AND MRS II J MOROIIERTS went to IJarrodsburg yesterday to see an Insurance adjuster about damage It done to a house there belonging to Mrs McRoborts Mns PRIBCILLA DROWN has return ed from Yuma Arizona and will mako her homo in the West End In order K log her paper sent to Mt Salem she says she likes the West but Kentucky better Miss QALLIB HELM stands second on the honor roll of Caldwell College and owing to tbo death of Miss Ell i zabeth Withers Reid who stood flu BI In her class Miss Helm will bo the val v cdlotorian Miss Jennlo Powell la third on the honor rollAdvocato LOCALS A BLACK snake killed In Boyle bad 14 frogs In his stomach TWE nicely printed visiting cards for 25c This office REEDS circus will stretch Its tenta at nustonvlllo Thursday next 22 TUB thirsty crowd hero Monday drank 11 big tubs of free lemonade for the Grand Loader store Mr S B Levy manager To BLACKSMITHS Car load of blacksmith coal lust received J n Baugh man k Co- ANSEL it lUuannori has charge ofI tbo mall lies between Stanford and MsKlnncy foetboardsSlier Lancaster Ky 2t FreeB Fish SquosbeCucumberl TYPE donna short notlco at Mabony001co IF you want any of our stock you had better subscribe at ease or you may not get 16 Lincoln Oil Gas k Mineral Co A LITTLE daughter of Alonzo Skid more of the Highland section died Wednesday night and was burled yesterday shouttd IIdde Store Is not In Lincoln but a thriving village of Casey county THAT tKldda Store ex tended notice of which appeared In theRAd ocalo and several dallies was a fake of tbo rankest sort we arc glad to state A foas Lawrencoburg next Monday to deter mine tho manner and time of naming a candidate for Congress MrpAfco called ort the sale eot for Tuea day last and will bavo It tomorrow Saturday Soo ad ooowhoro THE Lincoln County Telephone Co hoe Us poise up on tbo Lancaster plko to tbo blacksmith shop near Henry and the holes dug almost to nford The wires will bo put up In the next few days UrTODATH business stationer printed a llltU cheaper and considerably batter than nap office In the State Bn valopas from ILK p r 1000 up note heads ditto letter bead 1180 par 1 000 up Bills circulars oto for a song Developa ment s teat mother earth the Central Oil Gas Mining Cos about 000 sod the Greet River Development Coa 000 Look nut for a report of three gushers uaxt leaue1ittEA oabln on Morgan Biasloy a farm on Logans Creek burned salting lire to his two hares which wore also consumed In the burns were about barrels of corn Ave tons of bay a I otel of barns etc all of which went up In smoke wantedgPlY Dont want any broken ones Bring or 1send them by express hod wo will gl you estimate Wo pay tbo express Several tbousand wanted Murray tMcAdams jeweler Danville Ky ItI GOT IT flEDUCBD County Clerk George D Cooper and Hon M F North wont to Frankfort Tuesday an appeared before tbo Board of Equalization They succeeded In getting tbo toltto 12 cents TiiELit N It selling roundtrl n ticket to Louisville until the lath Ii fares 1110 limited 25 On Sunds and Monday mornings train tbo rate will bo one fare On account of tbo G A R Encampment at Lebanon a rate of ono faro will be made May 10 and 20 limited 23 esWevery peepofworry to h about too high price of meats 0 ohofof moat1 biii llofvie local chickens for sale in last Issue brought buyers by the dozen Before wo bad finished printing a man was on tbo ground to look at them while a tolephono message from Danville and a letter from Crab Orchard concerning tbo chickens wero received almost boo foro tbo Ink on tbo paper wee dry YOUNG HUNTER Robert Tlld Cooper the twoyearold son of Coun Clerk Goo D Cooper disappeared the other day and for awhile hla moth r thought her baby had been kidnap Her uneasiness was brought to an an however when she sax tho little follow coming In from the garden with n crippled rabbit the house dog bad caught and Tllden bad laid claim to ttF- ou TRIAL Sheriff Ellereon Wbltloy came down Tuesday and took back with him Green Alder charged with killing his wife with an axe IIoN was hero for safekeeping Alder who loot i not oycr 20 years old loll In love thatbotoo event be was acquitted but the anywboroIona h rosins are most favorable l TESTS DROS circus will show at I Crab Orchard Monday May 20 TAE L k N offers another SI 60 round trip rote to Cincinnati Sunday WE have all ourstock told by the 20th So If you want any cell at our offlco before that time Lincoln Oil Gas do Mineral CoaFRANK COWAN colore of the West terdayandDeputy him to Lakeland Asylum this morning nowlYlottorname not for publication but as evidence of good faith he may eco his ef fort in print otherwise not LAW PARTNERSHIP BxGov W O Bradley and Homer W Batson for merly of Lancaster bavo formed n law partnership Their ofllco Is In the Kenctuoky Title Building Louisville ORTHELLO it MARSCHALL who lived Rare a long time Is ode of the 30 or more Lexington citizens Indicted by- eth recent grand jury concerning the Investment schemes worked In that city Rouen D OF N0While Mr C M ico and his bartenders wero counting their cash Monday night they loft on the counter u sack containing WO In silver When ono of tbo number went r It the bag with Ire contents bad ills appeared COOLEYMrs Mary E Cooloy wld ow of Neal Cooloy died In Darsllown sad her remains were taken to Gravel Switch her old home for Interment Several children survive her Mrs Cooley was a daughter of J H Minor and a relative of E T Minor formerly- of tbo Bubble section DROWNED Tbu tad now of the drowning of Sam O Pryor near Chick aba I T reached here Tuesday but no particular are obtainable Ho was a ton of Mr Liberty H Pryor nod went West several years ago He Will ourpaYTax CONTKST Flemlngsburg Lan eaiter Hamilton College Danville London St Marys College Stanford Paris and Harrodsburg have already entered the Ninth Annual Elocutionary beSa very attractive feature E Br Beailey managereMONEY LOST +Tim Hutchi son lost between Stanford and his place near Highland Monday afternoon a day book containing 1185 and a note for alA Tne money was In several 820 bills and 0was all In paper Ho will glvo a llber reward for Its return to him or Inlor matlon leading to tbo finding of It A telephone message at tbo hour of going to press states that the money bad been found In Mr Hutchison house whore ho bad dropped It U voIAVINO CUIAI a testimonial to tbo high esteem In which bo le Hold Mr Samuel W Meoefce for seven years book keeper and private secrets ry to the superintendent of the Ken tacky Institution for tbo Deaf wa this morning presented a handsome sol pupili graved upon tho cup wero tho words Presented lo Samuel W Menefoo by the officers and pupils of the Kentucky Institution for the Deaf May 1002 Pro Saluto Anlmaj Advocato atCRAB ORCHARD Strawberries of very nice quality are now on the market hero at 40o per gal Ion Work is being pushed on the fair grounds and overy thing points to eminent success In tbo coming fair thitse ncaa guests are already beginning to arrive A report the opening of this pleasant resort be given later John Chadwick too only son ot Mr James Chadwick now a clerk in the store of W E Perkins where ho wll be glad to lervo his many friends in graceful style Misses Anna and Eliza both Doyle of Louisville aro little visitors of their grand parents Col and Mr J W Guest Dr and Mrs J S Stapp with their daughter e Miss Louise will leave Saturday for a visit to relatives In Henry county Mrs J Morgan and children of Mo Kinney spent a few days with her bitetpof Lexington aro guests of Mr and Mrs Chonault Willis Dr J D Pet Camphold1 e and family at Paint Lick and also to Lou Pettus of Boron spending several days at each place Our now barber Mr Manuel and restIIIn Buchanan accompanied by little Isabel Haldeman granddaughter of the late N Haldeman went to Louisville Tuesday to attend the burial of Mr Haldeman Berry Howard made a brief visit to our town Wednesday Mr Morrie Harris and wife arc making orrnngemonu to leave O O for Louis vllle where they will reside perm neatly Mr Harris bavlnl boon ltlvon- on appointment tbo revenue bull ness there PUBLIC SALE On Saturday May 17 Commencing promptly at 0 a m I will tell property1 beditcad springs mattress feathers and itraw ticks etc j 1 good cook stove with alotcurtainaboutkitchen tablet 3 book caseY and a lot of valuable books Yet tars Inter national Dictionary and Oxford Bibles and Termsaone and two years with Interest from dateof sale and Icln retained Personal ty UAR8TExecutor JP Chandler Auctioneer + CAUTION + napotherurrender your policy In the Ilarrz hear mind that agents and solicitors of otberI have no right whatever Thereforekeepyou to give up your HOME policy and take t lostoyonaAdorrvyou youtheretho HOME or NEW YOIIK And any man who asks you to glue up a lIoJolI tapfor sn letowelfare Address or call on Josso D Woaron Stanford OarrardDovleond BROWN 8 BROWN Attorney satLawOfficcln Masonic Bldg I Room 0 SOMERSET KY alsolACollections made and promptly remitted TIMBER LflND FOR SflLE In order to settle the partnenhlpbusiness- of John Bonta Jr and J O Coulter Mr Boats having died last December we will sell 2700 acres of timberland 1r Adalrcoun ty Ky This land contains between 4000 see and S000seo feet of Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory Umber This tract of land is rinse to the famous oil fields of Wayne county and Is exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes AH of bargaintorsome leVOrIlonta Faulkner Ky BlueJEyesThe by imrpried Itlue Eyes will mako the sea son of IIM2 at ge the season cash at time of service or fS to Insure a living colt Guy Logan Hundley Danville Kentucky Eagle BirdThe greatKingEagle Bird as a show stallion has but few Losington producedEaglefinished hones Is not surpassed Ills colts are In demand and are selling for high prices either for business or breeding pur poses Will make the present season at the stable of his owners 2 miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of S10 to Insure a Living Colt Parting with tho mare forfeits the Insurance 0Alw at the tame place we will stand the ono mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM at 18 to Insure No better mule Jack will bo offered for public service than this ono For further particulars address E P Woods 8 Sons STANFORD KY I KING EAGLE eselrhisq Eagle It 15 hinds 3 laches high dark bay- wllh flowing mane and tall goes all the gaits with JoyolKIDeMillerlIenmartr I 00TimoldtorMltlnlB Ilojrd the greet show men that Matt Cohen won STerybfre within 1896 IUd sold for 300 Klat will make the season at my ShelbynlycoltWill stand the noted male sol Jennet Jack BILLY KEENE st 58 for mares and 513 for jenn tts to Insure a Ihlnltcolt Hilly Keens was sired bv the great Pint dam by Sur byLeand ilrlgnolla Billy Kene atanili lull 1C hands helwill ihow for tberniejTes JIMKEENE andttired by the great llllly Keene Marti traded pasted with or bred elxwhere tor fells the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of auch traDllclioD For further particulars addrea S T HAIlUId Stanford Ky GOLDEN WEHLTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil THE GREEN RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO bits commenced operations on the Dr Morris farm one mile from the Baughman well running day and night A big well Is expected Tho Baugbman well hoi been estimated by expert oil men who saw It balled to be at least 100 barrels per day and of high gravity Illuminating oil Wells of this character are tar moro holdingsbavedently expect some bIg wells In peer future We now offer a limited number of shares for talent fOe a share the par value Is II 00 a lIuytodaydonwell this stock will bo advanced and prob ably withdrawn from the market without notice 2S shores Is the smallest block the company will Issue Remit certified check or postofflce money order or call on ManllgerCrabtary and Treasurer Blueflcld W Va THAT NEW SUIT you are prinking ot getting is hero rendyto wear the moment you put it on You will admire yourself and feel that others admire youand they will too It dont take much money to maylrncbut none of them can design for you prettier gar month than the spring suits which we arc now showingat 8 10 1250 lb and S18 Every thing in mens wear is heroevery late style or whim of fashion is here in Clothing Haberdash ery Hats and Shoes and every price quality considered is lower than elsewhere r I Cummins McClary I StylisI Dress is what the peo pie want now adays A Tile new things are always to be found at our store tho novelties as well as the sta ples we always have t a TROUSERS WITH BELTS SKELETON COATS NORFOLK JACKETS ETC H Ja MCROBERTS l L0otIrr rrot7ii fU OUR CORSET STOCK is very complete with the new shapes for Spring 1002- SUMMER CORSETS BATISTE CORSETS NEW LONG HIP CORSETS popularfii1 fitting costumes Severance Sops New Store XXth Century Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quantity of ice requircd for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS Large Assortment of Bed Room Suites All kinds of Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings Wall Paper and Picture Frames Best Furniture Polish made Withers Furniture Co 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at teondelau mutter p+sblta2adTuosotigeaadFridav-I jT I 1 PERYEAR CASH JW Tbn not topttdm200 win beoharxed f A 8 PRICE i lurgeon Dentist Stanford Ky u OSetoTi UcBoborts Droll Stor lath Owilgj ifDuUdlnCR A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Wiggins k McKInneya Story fOfficeovor Telephone No 48 NEW LIVERY STABLES w BtInEE k IiIN Prop JUNCTION CITV KY VlritOliM Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Hay For Sale IfI MONUMENTStPUfE ZINO rWhite Bronze In to stone In the monument bndncs what tbo Improved drophead sew Icglmachlno le to the old or the car Is to the old stage coach It- t Is the advanced thought the age It Is indestructible and will perpetuate tho record and retting place of ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap f pearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate It t J CMcWhortert Rat ORABiOROlIABD KY JJfG+ 1CcJLMY 1 1JNDEBCAXmaI EMBALMER And Dealear In SAE1T3SSS SADDLERY SO Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Xye Specialist of LcnUrllle will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford NESDH Ml 31 One Dayl Now Is the time Dont neglect your best Drltnd examined and i lutes scientifically adjusted Dont neg lect your childrens eyes s Q ice hour 9 a m to 5 p m f o t J i bfTI t 1J ii4 A Rood lonklnc bone and poor look 11lot harness In the wotet kind eta com II WnatlonEureka Harnessnot onljr tnaketbebaris eandtheI II i Inter but ntftkm the leftuer soft and 1llalolI i it to 0 n II GiVe tunit HI us tuna M li oprtlM rtly woukl lrle to cuhn- t t i y YourHorse a- Chance 5TANDARDOILCOr HOME FOR SALE My bouno and lot at Mlddleburg Casey county Ky Most desirable property In the town Situated near Mlddleburg Normal College being built for a dormi tory Oool garden orchard and out buildings Correspondence solicited Call on or address MITCHEL TAYLOR nurnslde Ky ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices BEAZLEYHAHS Undertakers and- Embalmers UJO DSALXU Furniture Mattings Rn They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUO Tom Keen By Or nurkoa Old Tom Keene black with white points 1C hands seven years old good bone and fine breeder OolU show ror themselves Will stand at 88 to Incur Mares kept at SOc per week No responslb Ity for accident OEO W PVLLIAM Shelb City Ky PENCESTANDARD Is a brown horse IB hands high Sired by mend full brother to King Rene 1st dam by Almont Forest son of Almont 2d dam by Garrard Chief sire of Dull Duke 3d by Boner Gray Eagle 4th dam by Copper bottom Pence Is a horse of great natur speed has a record of 230 as a 3yearo and has shown trials In 210 Pence Is one of the best breeding horses for hlghcla eastern hones that has ever been In thl county make the season At our stable at 8tO to Insure due when colt Is foaled If maro Is traded or moved from locality season Is duo and must be paid Mares kept at reasonable rates No responsibilities tor accidents J It k E IIBEAZ- LEYCleveland Dare Sired by Chester Dare Flat dam br flack Squirrel 2nd dam by Dack Eagle 3rII dam by Hughes Edwin Forrest Chester Dare Is the sire of King Chester sold for 2 000 Ouster owner refused 2000 for him May Queen 81250 Silver Dare 81200 So die Orave SI ISO Dorothy 81000 Gei Castlcman refuted 91500 for her Dais Dare 81000 am not certain but believe Kentucky Star sold for 81500 and a long list 3f other from 8500 to 81000 NOTE Cleveland Date Is a floe atIled horse and his colts are largo and One one if his colU wan shown 10 times sod was ooly defeated once and sold for 1250 as a ycarlln Ho la a solid bay 154 hand high Will mak the season of 1003 at our stable In Stanford Ky AT 815 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Due when colt Is foaled or mare parted wltl NOTEWe will glvo SSO to tho by Cleveland Darn be shown at our stable In Sopt 1003 See him before TOU breed- J U E II UEAZLEY Stanford Ky QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach UorteStud Book of America also In Republic Francalso Ha tae Natlonaux No 12863 Winner of first prize at the National Unl renal Exposition Paris 1697 and In 1808 competing with over 00 stallions Imports by M Tlchener S Co of Chicago IP 1808 Color bay with small start black points OX hands high weigh In working 135 foaled April 28 1801 Bred bj M Lemolend of Commune of Hubersvllle department of Lamorcbl got by thegovern me lit stallion Frause dam Oharmantl bj eDard second dam by Revolution Quasi will make the present season of 1002 at mi arm two and miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo pike At 10 tho Season or 215 to Insure a Lit lug Colt ORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Eutelle 2101 Sired bt llcadl Golddust 4400 by Goldduu 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by ZlIcadl an 1m ported Arabian stallion Darsoy Goldduste ilam Is Florence by Oolden Mlngo Chief a- son of Gattti Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Myrgan on both Ilde tho best rlmlly of road horses known Dorsey GoldI dust is a dark bay full 18 hands high and welKhsI 200 pound a proven and uniform breeder at high class road and Eastern hors ei combining all the qualities for harness aDd saddle and are In at top prlc e4 Will make tho present season at my aria StanfordAt Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at 17 to Inure Mares kept at 50 cents per week No reo x nslbllty for accidents or escapee Tbe- best of personal attention given F REID Stanford Ky 1 s trJ Emmet G Logans Beautiful Tribute to WoN Haldeman Walter Newman Bnldcman ti dead To the writer these aro of all sad words of tongue or pen tbo saddest For more than a quarter of a centu be tin olllce parlance the Old Gentl man and I have borne tho relation of employer and employe of master and man of father and eon And of lato years ono of my comparatively few re raalnlDjr and most cherished wishes baa been that somehow I might be spare tho hard task of penning or utturli the opening words of this poor but sincere tribute to him who was but yesterday U today and shall ever remain Kentuckys grandest old man Hard of head soft of heart dlllpo In business generous to a fault with strong convictions and the courage Rnd ability to maintain thorn under all oli cumetances and against all comers almost without exception the friend aud benefactor of his fellowman without exception the friend of children apd faithful servant of God sometimes In pulslvoly chastening most those who be loved best and not Infrequently overwhelming with unostentatious kindness upon occasion of their dire extremity those that had moat desplt fully used hlmtlwhen shall woalw- ays friends or sometimes foeslook upon his like again For his bounty There was no winter Int an autumn twas That grew the more by reaping 1 Full of veers and of honors loved by a great multitude respected by all having lived and i i even boyon the extreme three scoro and ten years allotted to the exceptional few by reason at strength he has been gathore to his lathers he has gone to his reward Alike is life and death When life in death survives And the uninterrupted breath Inspires a thousand lives Were a star quenched on high For ages would Its light Still traveling downward from the sky Shine on our mortal sight So when a great man dies For years beyond our ken Tbe light be leaves behind him lies Upon tbo paths of men1I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC S M Owens had a fine suckling colt to drop dead S J Embry sold to J S Hocker a orsa for 1125 Two extra good fresh milk cows for sale G A Swlnebroad Hubble 2t A bail storm killed cattle and injur cd a number of persons near Atlanta J C Bailey sold to J I Hamilton for W B Llllard a young stallion loi 16260 Abe Frank ran second to Toab In a ivcnfurlong race at Louisville Wednesday A J Winkler of Knoxvllle bought of James Messor and others 26 two arold mules at 150 to 875 Isaac Berrln sold to Mrs Alice Lytli a combined horae for 8100 and bought a saddle horse of R G Collier During last April shipments of cattle aud hogs to Europe were valued at SI 6 5132 as against 2000i47 for March George Bayes of Fayetto sold his Derby candidate by King Reddam Daisy Simmons to W G Simpson for 11000 0 Vanoy told to Givens S Allen seven 101pound bogs at 6le They were September pigs and they prove tbat Mr knows how to raise hogsJ C Slier of Lancaster bought of- tJlss Callie Horton a five yearold black mare for 8100 also bought of Silas and Josiah Anderson some dairy COW8 at 125 to 835 H C White of Versailles Is feeding Soy beans to his hogs lambs and milch COW8 He says They are a great- feed and all stock are food of tbem- Thev can be cultivated and put In barn lor S3 or U per ton versus ehlpatuff at 818 or 122 per ton J C Johnson bought of W W Yeaer 23 103pound hogs and of John S Daugbman 20 180pound hogs at 00- Sbelby Tevte fold to Krelgler of 0010- three jacks all threeyearold at 1200- eacb Allen Edelln of Burgle sold to- Iowa two registered Jersey cows at 102 50News Kentucky Educational Associ Lion Prof M O Winfrey Is in receipt of the following letter The local committee of the Kentuc Educational Association having In charge arrangements for the colonel mont of those who attend the great meeting to bo hold In Lexington Juno 225 and 20 hero the honor to you as local representative of the comI rolttoo for your county or city and asle that you make known to nil tho tcaohI ore and citizens interested In cdueatl tho date ot the meeting tho lnteret lag features of the same and the unox ampled opportunities being arrangeod for this annual reunion of tbo cduc tlonal forces of the Grand Old Com monwealthIt believed thaC thls meeting will be the most largely attended and the most Important gatho Ing of educators over hold South gf tbo Ohio river Wo expect 5000 visitors at least 2 030 of whom will become members of tbo association Not only will the cause oreduoatl bo given a great Impetus but such a reunion of Kentucky teachers and thtHr friends with such features of onto talnment and pleasure will be an out log and recreation long to be remembered Not only this The citizens of Lexington desire to do everything possible In their power to make them heartily enjoy their IItay hero It has been too much the prac lice to treat with scant consideration the teachers tho most potent faotors in developing our citizenship and os tabllshlng the substantial standards of society Lexington desires to corre this practice by showing aa much respect and consideration for the teach era of our youth as has over been sbown lo tho most distinguished guests who have come among us Wo therefore invite you to come bring all your teachers with you and arouse such an Interest among your people that many others will catch the spirit of enthusiasm and come along It will do everybody good The program will bo Interesting irogroBslva and helpful Just tho things wo need to bear about will be discussed by the leading school people of the State and nation The best mu deal talent In tho State will bo cngag cd to entertain and rest you from thi relghtler matters under consideration Free buffet lunches will be servet dally on tho State College grounds chore the meetings will be held There will bo receptions entertain acme and visit to points of Interest In and about Lexington of which then arc many Ashland the homo of ion r Clay Bryan Spring a landmark tbe pioneer history ot our Traosylva nla Country Lake Ellerslle one mile from the city the State Reform School the Eastern Kentucky Asylum the colleges parks beautiful drives and boul yards and tbo great stock farms aJon an education in themselves to thos who care to volt them At the same time the Kentuok hautauqua will bo In session at Woodland Park within tbeotty limits when excellent lectures entertainments and luslcal recitals will be presented But this Is nut all On Friday the day after the association adjourns there will bo an excursion to Torrent and Natural Bridge in tho heart of the Kentucky Mountains A free lunch will bo given to members of the alto atlon at Natural Bridge Wo lend- you a booklet of views showing some of- the magnificent scenery along tho rJuto of this excursion Please show It to your friends od toll thorn all tbo- Rood things Intellectual and physical sing prepared for thorn We suggest aho that you have this circular printed In your local papers so that all may know of this meeting and what Is boo- Inlt arranged for those who attend M A CASSIDY Cbmn Supt Fayette County Schools The signatures of the mayor and prominent business men of the city- also appear A suicide club has been formed In Kentucky Whenever a member draw- the fatal number he simply leaves his- gun at home and goes out and calls mebody a liar Atlanta Journal Fifteen shares In the National Bank of Cynthlana sold at 275 2Ji VA BOTH 10O1 5 Standard Rule C Record 2ilOi Sired br Walslngham 2166 sire of latitude 217 4 and other In the list WaUlnpliam Nafcoths sire ls a Ion ot George Wilkes Sly nFlrst many dam Tinsel Messenger Duroc IOC son of Hamblctonlan and sire of Elaine 220 the darn of Norlalne yearling record 23U Second dam lion sister to James Howell Third dam Jessie bv Harry Clay Jr Hambletonlan 10 of Dexter 21Xby 45 sire of St Julian 2MH Jloillno S195i and 15 others that have produced 230 trotters Also sire of the dam ot Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American RcllpseNote Naboth Is a bay IB bands high toiled June 28 1888 Ills pedigree contain tin blood of Ilambtetonlan George Wilkes Mambrlno Willie Pilot Jr Clay Will Stand ot 10 to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the noted Jack KINO at 1- 8II C BAUGIIMAN Hustonvillo Ky HAFSBURG 5OQ fay stallion 161 hand high fly Qloster 20 Imported 1st dam Jolly by Wonderful 83Ji 2d dam by Preserve 822 First dam Trinket S Imp l by County King 110 2d dam by Champion ot England 8 dam Barnaby 070 Ub dam by Orand Turk 138 3d by NOTE From the abo n pedigree you can see that Hapsburg 1s a pure bred Cleveland Coach Hone a beautiful mahogany bay with black point to t61 hande weighs 1275 pound drives wall gentle and kind flue style and high action show a mile better than 3 minutes and anyone wishing a high bred coach Can breed on Standard Bred marts for getting style speed and action should see this boraoI Vlll Stand at SIO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the splendid 16 hand and 1 Inch Black Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at f8 and IIS forfor mares Mares at f2 month which In all cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAFi Hustonvllle Ky Biliousness Makes N Chronic Invalids weekvi come constipation Wllouinm sick tied malaria The only treatmtat that give sbs ttm JUM the right touch OKI start Nature work ID tb rtgtt manner u tfONS LIVER TILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS i The pill touches the liver and the peilala tee UM system t 23 dose tot 3 days not 36 cent and UD leas your case U eiceodingly tart you will be well before you finlth thtm Sample mo Tor sale Mall dealer For solo at Ponnys Drug Storo Stanford MENS FINE SHOESJMystock of liens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies tC Misses we have the Drew Selby Invincible Shoes n Every pair fully guaranteed Twentyone years handling shoes Our millinery stock is us a call the eaT esheeter mportum HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE DEAUiUS IN I Carriages Buggies Phaetons l Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and aro sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes execute ural caused continual Anu Increasing to the results fIbis beautiful 11kt iO c1 Oa e fitted with an Elgin or Waltham mote went cad 36 yeses for When wanting In our line dont fall to see the new and things wo have in our handsome utoolc- Itomoratior our Mr Murrrlll a eraiiuato of une r of the Opthalmlo College In the oouutry Whenyou buy giaMoa of ui we guarantee antis I faction or refund the Fine watch repair tag and diamond gett- ingMurray McAdams Opticians Danville i BIG CfJvClS COjflfNG TO TOWN Of course you are coming bring the children in town call and see our stock of Implements and Vehicle Wo taro just started n number of TIGER CORN PlotTEIfS and every one is giving ratisfuotion Wo hnVo tho TIGER CULTINATOKS walking and riding also tonguoloes AVc have sovoral cultivators that are notaTigers wo will soil at your own to make room for tho Tigor Como and see tllIWO pin please you Higgins a McKinney a STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 TRUSSES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT VERY REASON PRICESF l Craig Hocker STKNFORD I j 1oniTaka Pi is II bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough hUe to make the Intestines their natural JunUons agitation bycathartics I attain doses warranted the 15 IAnything largest money Jewelers Uto Vhila quito almost prico ABLE t1 Unnat compels liver ThytemporulIYI IJI I liver cures acts on theI Iand Fever and every form E Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter t Itrouble1