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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 T rF p A t 1r 4Il4 t 4 6 C 0 ip7 q C frt y SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALV n VOL XXXtSTANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 27 1902 9 A1I1 NO 25 w Irreslatlbldrewmating time Health does more than r musicJulostep aa well as happiness into the heart greet ninny women covet beauty and are constantly seeking aids to beautify perfecthealthadded to her There can be no general health for women while there la of the delicate womanly organism Tbe fist womanlydisease regutArity r and ulceration and cure female weakness rffomhopt Ltutur lImn rain O IIh Wr1i tThai lraableAmoa who knows me is wrprtxd to let me loOk wwelt In June I was p In health that et times J COuld not walk Tod Im rrd I UH twjrUxJr that Dr Mm medldon cuml m FKXK Dr Pierce Common Sense Ztedical Adviser ia sent ret on receipt of onlySendcovert or 3 r stamps for the cloth- boUndr volume R V Pierce Buffalo N Y IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Andrew n Campbell aged SO Is dead of apoplexy at 8oneret toMt Vernon will have another old fiddlers contest tomorrow night J M Campbell has been appointed postmaster at Pellyton Adair county John W Doling formerly of Dell county was declared insane at Padu cabDick naycs an aged citizen of tho I SkallRI Creek section of ltockcaltlo is deadCentral University defeated a Lex ington team 0 to 0 at Lexington Cam nltz pitched Prank Lewis need 20 shot and kill ed Henry Dlxoo his father Inlav In t Harlan county Of 36 applicants for oertlflaatea to teach common schools In Rookcaslto all but ono passed Millard Pnllpot was given 14 years for killing Deputy Sheriff Davidlon of Clay county at his trial at London L A Cassell was given five years at hit trial at Plnevllle for being in ac compiles In the robbery of P L Col Ran George Eaton turned Statesevl dence and revealed the whole plot to rob Assistant Treasurer Colgan of the Virginia Coal and Iron Company at Ploevlllo r The big Masonlo picnic which was to have boon hold at Pcrryvlllo the 27th of this month has been called off on account of the development of a number of cases of smallpox near that place Articles of incorporation were tiled at Frankfort by the Kentucky and Tenneco Railroad Company which will build and operate a road from Slcarnr In Wbltley county to the State line a distance of 18 miles The Boaly 011 Gas Co of Burn side of which George P Taylor is president has lately secured some very 1 valuable leases In Cumberland county near the mouth ot Rouox creek and will begin drilling within the next law days theppresented to President Roberts request log him to employ Mr John Oosloy as an assistant to Prof Leslie Boslcy In preJllratoryJTbo Rev John Lapsley McKee D x D ono of tho most prominent ministers and educator In tho State died at f Danvlllo at tho age of 76 years Ho was vicepresident Contra College for nearly 25 years aaa had been ono of that Institutions most useful friends t Henry Bates has been employed as attendant to Judge G W McClure whoso mind has been affected at times supposed to bo tho result of a kick from a horse some years ago Tbe judge realizes his condition and Is awaro that at times bis Intellect Is clouded Mt Vernon Signal SCIATIC RHEUMATISM CUKED AF TER 14 YEARS OF SUFFERING been afflicted with sciatic rheu Imatlsm for 14 years says Josh Edgar oft f Germantown CalIII was able to be laround but constantly suffered I tried I could hoar of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was Immediately reliev ed and In a short time cured and I am 11 happy to say it has not since retuned l Why not use this liniment and got well It Is for sale by Craig A Hockor Drug tjtguts NEWS NOTES A timely shower saved Johnstown O from destruction by fire Four persons were overcome in a flro hospitalj tweet heart and himself at South Bend Ind A child of James Edmund tell Into a well In Warren county and was drown ed Plerpont Morgan is reported to have given King Edward a tapestry worth I500QOO Jennie Ashcraft was given a term of two years for killing Ed Lambert of Louluvllle A general strike of minors ol Virgin la and West Virginia has been ordered to begin Juno 7 Capt George Conic well known naval omccr was killed by an express train at Rahway N J Judge W 8 Bishop a prominent jurist of Southwestern Kentucky It dead In Bollard county- A trolley car with 80 passengers on board ran away at Easton Pall killing two und Injuring many others Prof B E James a prominent Wes tern Pennsylvania educator killed himself while temporarily Insane A German firm hat offered tbe Chi nose government 115000000 a year for exclusive rights to sell opium in China The mlno disaster at Fernio B Q It more serious than at first reported 150 to 176 man having perished Instantly Mrs Joseph Pearson killed her hut band a Jockey near Plttsburg while ho was trying to brain her with a hatchetCapt McLean of the U S steamship Cincinnati reports that 4000 volcano sufferers are receiving food In tbo Is land of St Vincent i Geo Wells a farmer of Randolph Ky was Instantly killed end hit wife fatally hurt by being thrown from his wagon his team running off R M Pcmberton secured a verdict for 13000 against the city of Madison vlllo for injuries received In an accident resulting from a defection sidewalk- A member of the British government says the war In South Africa It at an end An agreement has boon reached but definite announcement may not bo made for several weeks Because hit father bad chastised him for misbehavior Louis Bruisoll the 13year old ton of Coroner Bruised of Marion ran away from homo and his whereabouts are unknown New Jersey has ranked sixth in value of manufactured product for 40 year The wage earners of the Stale aro 12 8 per cent ot the total population and among them aro 50000 women and St 000 children A United States district judge hay granted an injunction against the furth er production In this country of Cyrano do Bcrgarac because It Is an Infringe meet on Tho Merchant Prince of Cornevllle John S Bays ot Sullivan led con firms the report that ho It conducting negotiations for tho combination ot the soft coal mines of Indiana Illlnolt and other States Senator Hanna Is said to be taking a hand In tho combination and J Plerpont Morgan is supposed to bo tho financial power behind the move mont Having served warnings some time ago the Kentucky State Board of Health now declares that a quarantine will bo established against Indiana Wednesday unless In the meantime the governor of that State takes radical measures to stamp out smallpox and thus prevent the Invasion of Kentucky by the disease Tbo Rocbambcau monument was un veiled in Washington under the roost Imposing ceremonies President Roose volt Ambassador Cambon and Secretory Root made appropriate addresses Senator Lodge delivered the oration which was an historical resume of Rochambeaud Illustrious connection with the Revolution It now develops that the earth quake ot April 18 in Guatemala do ttroycd tbo city of Quozaltonango which had a population ol 20000 Other places were seriously damaged and tho loss of lira II placed In the thous ands Business In tho country ia sus pended and a great part of tho coffee crop was destroyed Tho property lots Is estimated at 60000000 Tbe Caleb Powers caso was called for argument In tho court of appeals but was passed owing to the absence of Mr Campbell the Commonwealths representative Subsequently Mr Campbell arrived and agreed with Powers attorney Judge Morton to ar gun the caso on June 15 As that Is about the end of the appellate term thai case may go over KentuckyKnightsof Louisville was elected right emi Dent grand commander One Impor tant Incident was the settling of tho longstanding controversy as to the- priority of Louisville Commander over Webb Commandory of Lexington It was agreed that Louisville Command cry will hereafter boar Its title of No1 Tlthout challenge 1 I LANCASTER Nineteen dollars wore mado at the strawberry supper I J D Collier sold a 6 yearold mare I to J O Sllor for 880 Miss Mary Tomllaioa closed herj school la lower Garrard Friday The farmers will bo generally busy plautISunday to I morning The Garrard Medical Society metI Friday evening with only two outof town physicians present Harry Robinson the affable eon of T D Robinson baa accepted a posItion- at the D D Institute at Danvlllo Elder A R Moore will bold a pro tracted meeting about tbe middle of Juno for ono of the leading churches of Clark county The strawberry supper given by the Ladles Aid Society of the Fork church was Interfered with by the rain nod the good women only realized 19 Misses Helen Thurmood and Kato Moore both close their schools on Fri day and will combine and give a picnic Saturday at the waterworks on the river Prof Jollart at ono time president of Garrard College but late of Hiram College Ohio has been made president of the Southwestern Christian Unlver oity at Waco Texas Miss Katharine Pcttlttof Louisville will lecture at tbe county Sunday school convention at the Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon on Moun taln Mission Schools Ai combines are according to the general order of tblngi there will bo something of that nature at the Christian church on Sunday eyenlngs tbo 0 E society conducting the first halt of the service and Elder Moore deliver ing a sermon during the latter half hourSevere storms occurred hero Friday and Saturday evenings the latter ac OJtnpanled with terrific thunderbolts the lightning striking In a number of places and electric balls of fire enter tog dwelling sod flashing about the rooms cueing much fright and con sternation Two colored youth from this coun ty Joe Hayden and Az Oeazley were In Cincinnati at the Union Depot Wed nesday night and while passing In front of an express train Hayden was killed and Beazley badly crippled Hayden remains wore taken to Derea for Interment Tho following faculty was elected for the Fall term of tho Lancaster graded school Prof J E MInnox principal Milan Teen Prof Howard Sullivan Danville Misses Alice Henderson Magglo Peters Amanda Anderson Knapp West Annie Royston and Mrs Oello Durnsldc of Lancaster A report was made at the recent Eighth District W C T U conven tlon of the purchase by tho Womens State Temperance Association of the school building at Hlndman Knott county for 1250011200 being raised by the prominent citizens of tbo town The State W O T U propose to make this a mission school opening the let of August with four competent teachers and a kindergarten and Industrial de partment The success of Miss Mao Robinson In winning first honors and the gold med al at the prohibition elocutionary con test at Nlcholasvlllo gratifies her many vlcloltyWbllorepresentative Is conceded to Caldwell College Danvlllo as she Is a student at that Institution still she Is a Garrard girl the daughter of Mr and Mrs Mort lloblnioo and has the good fortune to again bring Garrard to the front and foremost rank The Garrard County Sunday School Association will convene In the Presbyterian church Thursday at 0 AM and tho following Interesting program Is arranged Scriptural reading and prayer Rev Woolford Object of the DenoyProgrel8Louisvlllo General Secretary S S As sociations report of delegates How to keep up a 11 vo Sunday school Elder A R Moore A practical Illustration of how to teach the infant class H A Marksburv What the Sunday school is to the church Rev L Rob inson The children recitation Let1 tlo May McRobcrts Training the young Rev Cburabloy II What Is a mothers Influence In Sunday schools Mrs Fred Frlsble The Influence of tho Sunday school on the community K F Poatlc Good music will bo interspersed and a lunch served at tbo church for delegates and visitors on tbo reception committee aro ThoeoI DuoIcWard serving commltteo Mesdames Tim Burnett F Farra T Wherrltt j J A Royston B F Walters H A B Markabury J W Pumphrey and Misa Eliza Ruckcr I Postmaster W T West has been on a visit to Louisville O D Powell and I AW J j j MISS MAUDE GIRDLER Represents Somerset In the elocution ary contest to bo given by Managers Saulley L Alversoo at Waltons Opera Rouse Wednesday evening Juno 18th Miss Girdler has won laurels as an ulo cutlonlst and she has many friends and admirers who believe she will win the prize here Her subject A Horse Race Fifty Years Ago is a most in teresting one A very popular young lady she will be well backed by alargo group of friends who will accompany her to tbe contest u son Robert leave this week for an ex tended trip to California and Oregon A H Rice of Nashville has Joined his wife In this city Mrs D M Lack ey has returned from a sojourn In Louisville Mr and Mrs J R Hasel den have returned from a trip to Pine vllle Barbourylllo and Mlddlesboro Elder Joseph Ballou and daughter of Stanford visited H M Ballou and family Sunday E C Gaines la back from a trip to Louisville Mesdames W O Bradley J O Rogers J E Stormea Rev C M Cbumbley and W H Wbcrrltt attended the funeral of Dr J L McKee at Danville Saturday Dr Doores of Crab Orchard has been on a visit to his brother Jaa Doores Jason Wesley of Mlddloburg has been the guest of his brother Dr I S Wesley Mr and Mrs James of Bar rodsburg visited D A B Marksbury and family Monday Miss May Jock ins tbe 20 year olo daughter of Colby Jenkins is at the point of death and not expected to recover Mrs Margaret Gill Is quite low with no change for the better CHURCH MATTERS The Baptist church at Sauoders wee struck by lightning and burned The Alotboclst Eplscpal church coo ference in Dallas decided by a vote of 130 to 33 to begin the legislation acces sary to establish an Order of Deacon cues Rev George A Miller of Covlogtoc Is holdings revival at the Hustonvllle Christian church Ho delivered an address Sunday afternoon to an 1m moose audience of men only on the subject of Playing tbe Fool The general assembly of tho Presbj terlan church in New York adopted resolutions on tho observance of Sun day In which they asked the cap tales of Industry and other employers to preserve to their employee a day of rest The Orthodox church of Russia bas- In Its elementary schools 1500000 children about 40 pupils In each school And tbo average sum for a school Is about 8105 a year Of the teachers 01 percent are uneducated and they are paid next to nothing Tbo school hous es arc huts and tbero are no books pens or Ink furnished 11 OOIN COUGH A woman who has had experience with this disease tolls bow to prevent any dangerous consequence from it She siys Our three children took whooping cough last Summer our baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giv then Chamberlains Cough Remedy ling lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than oth er children whose parent did not use this I remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops JESSIE Play IlALL8pringvillc Ala- This remedy is for tale by Craig Hock er Druggists The reviewing authority on the find tag of the court martial which con vlcted Maj Waller and Lieut Day die approved of the result claiming that while he may not havo been guilty ot murder ho should have been convicted on other charge The killing of FlU is branded all the most regrctta bio Incident attached to that unjust and unholy war 1 fJ V = = or frFitAnd Style OJ 1M fm r 1 ofjtailormadeWIfIfyou havent seen our Spring Goods come in theiIT PAYS TO TRADE AT t I I THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing l iYourmoney back It youre not satisfied T 0 mILLER Danville AILpc o nnmmmnn1r11r nrmnrnrnrnrnrmnrnrnr nmrnrnntr2 to- Y e o ar NOTICE a New York Stores Specials E For This Week i r aZ Mens fine Shirts worth 75c and I1 our price 43c all sizes Mens thatEi Mens5Ei i= Mens 5 Suits Now Go For 298 El Mens 750 suits for 448 f10 suits for f6 50 112 suits for 1750 915 suits for 10 25 g BgyBoys suits at your own price Boys pants worth 50c at 5s 19c For bargains go toaj The New York Store aC ROSENSTEIN a CO Next door to Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Ky z1 I IIIJII111JIUIUIIJIIIII IUIUUmHUU mmmuuu ummm The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company 1 OF STANFORD KY Incorporated P Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS J II Biughman Pres A T Nunnelley VicePros W II Wear enTreas II Helm Secy I BaughmanJJ r The Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Oo has about 3000 acres of land leased in Lin J cola county Ky The larger portion of this lease is contiguous to the M 8 Baugh man farma portion in the neighborhood of May wood and Sugar Grove sections and still portion skirting Logans Cree k Ono of the surest indications of the probable value of undeveloped oil lands is the result of efforts at development o1lsndadjoining reserved by the incorporators can he issued I by them until the entire amount so reserved has been sold and when sold every dol lar arising therefrom will ha 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 tbe entire stock of the rendered valuable by reason of tho untiring efforts of the officers and directors stock is nonaeeessable and the private property of the stockholder is not liable latcorporate debts It Is incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky books aro open at all times to Its stockholders and they are invited to Its office to ceive any information concerning the companys affairs The business is being pushJed with all tho rapidity and zeal possible that is commensurate with safe business ATCOSTFORCASHDRY i r BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS UNDERWEAR GEORGE H FARRIS a COAr r 11 ic1CrA preparationfor eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure core for the odors from perspiration 011 any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All tho ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY Iu 1 I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON la a CandMate for Railroad Cotnmlulontr for the U Diitrict aublect to the will of the democracy H H HENNINGER Ot Wayne County li a candidate for 8tat Tma user subject to the ictlon of the Democratic p rtjr G G GILBERT Of SlielnjTlIle I a CAndidate for the democratic Domination for Congma In tbls the 8th dUtrlct subject to the primary to be held Saturday Aug y IN the Senate last week Mr Hoar made a notable speech on the Philip sloe question He denounced the atti tude of the United States government in the Philippines as one of the most wicked and foolish chapters In Ameri can history The fighting In tbo Islands he said wasIIlor the principle of eternal dominion and ho declared that the lessons of a century of glori ous history fell In vain upon tho ears of men delirious with the lust of coo quest Tho speech attracted a large crowd to the Senate galleries and at its closo there was a remarkablo den onstration which brought forth an ad- monItion from the presIdio officer The effort was a masterly one and It will furnish food for democratic stump rare this Fall Old Granny Hoar has lost neither sense of reasoning nor eloquence by old age and when he opens his mouth he always says something that wilt be remembered A PATHETIC Incident occurred Sunday In Coal Creek when several hundred women and children made widows and orphans by the recent mlnln disaster visited the cemetery and + in tho one enclosure knelt and lamented over the 100 graves of their dead In searching tho clothing of one ertJhe killed tho following note was found liTo My Sons Never work In tbo mince A largo number of dtfraage suits have been filed and more are In courEO of preparation The mnohnt sued for In each onto Is generally 810 000 TENNESSEE now has 1446 names on Its State pension roll of old soldiers and the total amount paid to them In the last year was 1140220 No more names can be added unless the LegIs- lature Increases the appropriation The pensioners are divided Into three class es the first receive t300 a pear each the second 8200 and the third 9100 t Kentucky has never pensioned her needy Confederates but she will soon have a home for those who can not sup port themselves and hereafter seo that none of the dear fellows suffer IN all but 11 of tbe 52 states and ter ritories the male outnumbers the fee male population These 11 states are along the Atlantic seaboard Califor ala contains the greatest excess of men the recorded number being 150000 Minnesota comes second with 113520 Texas third with 100000 and Pennsyl vania fourth with 106067 It will be seen by this that there are not enough women to go around So you had bet ter sail In young man or you may get left ON his return to Washington Con gressman Borelng with a broad smile on his face talked to a Times reporter as followsuAh I have them on the run There will be only one man in the race when the primaries are pulled off next August Tie uieleis to say who that man will be said the Ken tucklan The preacherpolitician bad better not be too cock sure He has two mighty good sprinters on his trail In Col Colsoo and Barefooted Boy Park orONE of the yery tow who escaped death In St Pierre was a man con demned for murder who was awaiting execution In a subterranean prleon cell Sff much for tbe bigotry that has at tributed this dreadful calamity to a judgment for sin just as the Galllleana thought that the 18 upon whom the tower in Siloam fell were sinners above all men that dwelt in Jerusalem but who were rebuked by Christ for it TUB Democratic State Executive Committee In the counties of the Second Railroad Commission district met at Frankfort Friday A convention was ordered to be held at Frankfort Wednesday October 1 to nominate a candidate for railroad commissioner The only announced candidates are W P Walton of the Lexington Democrat and C C Mi Chord the present Incumbent Tills from the Louisville Post Is ad- ditional proof that theres hope yet for Dick Knott We are free to say that while Gov Beckbam has in our judg ment made some mistakes the gener al course of his administration has been conciliatory and liberalminded and that this course has done more than anything else to draw into the ranks a number of wandering demo crateThe most enterprising woman who has been heard of for a long time is the mother of two pairs of twins who was admitted to the bar at El Paso one day this week It Is not often that pro fessional and domestic talent are com bleed In such a remarkable degree d I4 TUE Mlddlesboro News is evidently not for Its home candidate Col Colson as the following from Its editorial col umns will show The stockintrade of tho opposing candidates to Borelng seem to consist solely In vigorous de nials of and masterly defenses against gravely bitter accusations never made by anyonoISOME heartless scoundrel robbed Col Craddock editor of the Paris Kentuck Ian of his overcoat and umbrella that had protected tho veteran editor from wind and rain a century or more The culprit should be hung or given a lIfo sentence for his dastardly deed TIlE Methodist general conference at Dallas Texas decided that church members should not attend circuses The good Methodist brother can no longer go to see tho monkey oven tbo ho just goes to tako tbo children CAPT E W LiLLAito of the Dan vlllo company of Stato guards has been elected major of tho Third Battal ion Second regiment Stato guards Wo congratulate Brer Llllard on tbo honor His friends all over the district will learn with regret that Hon R C War ran has withdrawn from the raco for Congress Ho gives his reason la a card elsewhere Hon R C Warren Withdraws From Race for Congress When I entered the race for tbo Congressional nomination Messrs GilI bert and Carter were candidates with Col Dan Moore mentioned by his friends as a probable entry In the race A primary election has now been ordered for tho Oth of August next a method of settlement the fairest of ala making party nominations but theI expense of holding tho primary elec Ion with only two candidates to bearI that expense makes the cost too great for mo For this reason and this rea Ion only I retire from this contest- I am profoundly grateful to my friends throughout tbe district for their very warm and hearty assurances of support and my unbroken allegiance to my party and Its organization In the past is given as a hostage for the fu ture R8spectlullyIR C WARRBN POLITICAL Jesse T Gosnoll of Leltchficld has announced for State treasurer Col E H Taylor of Jr of Frankfort has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for govern or Hon Gus W Richardson of Meade county has announced himself as a candidate for State Treasurer- T C Poynter of Perryvlllo has been appointed to a clerkship In the of flee of the commlsslonorof Internal revenue John W Kern of Indianapolis has been selected to preside over the demo ratio State convention at Indianapolis Juno 4- Ollle M James defeated Samuel H Grassland for the democratic nomina tion for Congress In the First district primarySeventh district democrats will meet at Frankfort Saturday May 31 to are range for a Congressional primary or convention Berry Howard who was recently tried for the murder of Gov Goebel will be a candidate for the Legislature In his district In the mountains to suc ceed Dave Cofion Mr McLaurin will not be a candi date for reelection as Senator Ho has earned something equally as good from the administration he has endeav ored so faithfully to assist in Its assault upon democratic government Com monelIIt Is said that former Stato Senator William Henry Jones will not be acan dldate for the republican nomination for in the Third district aodI that the Incumbent McKenzIe Moss will have no opposition In the republl can party for tbe At a meeting of the Republican Ap pel lato Committee of the Fourth die trict and the Congressional Committee of the Fifth district a convention was called to be held at Muslo Hall May 31 at 8 p m to nominate a candidate for Appellate JUdo and Congressman Lord Pauncefoto British Ambaua dor to the United States died at the British embassy in Washington Saturday morning He was 74 years of aged had represented his government In Washington since 1880 Ho had been ill for several months of asthma andI rheumatic gout Of course If Teddy goes over to London to see Eddy crowned In 100 Eddy will recognize his obligation to come I over to Washington and seo Teddy crowned In 1005 Such reciprocity of courtesy would be perfectly delightful and awfully delicious as the approach ing Juno crop of sweet girl graduates would express It but It will never be Louisville Times r CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Chlasson Patterson La wiltes June 8 1001III had malaria feyer In very bad form was under treatment by doctors but as soon as I stopped take ing their medicine the fever would re turn again I used a sample bottle of Herblno found It helped me Then bought two bottles which completely eared me I feel grateful to you for fur- nIshing each a splendid medicine and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria as it will surely cure them Ilerbine 60c bottle at Pennys Irug Store NEWS NOTES W J Bryan and T L Johnson held a long conference In Chicago Sunday Arthur Madden was drowned in the presence of his sweetheart near Ash landJohnny Kearns of Lexington died suddenly after taking headache poir dote In Marlon county John Thompson shot and seriously wounded Will Mo CauloyLewis Tyc of Corblo IB In Jill at WUllamsburg charged with assaulting stepdaughterA over this section of 1 tho State and six peoplo were killed and several Injured Burglars at Lola Ljvlngston county secured 1100 In money and mcrchao dUo from Johnson Bros store W D Jones has sold tbo Columbia Spectator to Sam F White who will continuo It as a republican paper The Western Federation of Miners and Western Labor Union In session at Denver have declared for Socialism Six persons were killed and at least as many Injured in a tornado that visit ed the towns of Union Joncsvlllo acd Pdcolet alt In South Carolina Geo O1irl1de 1elm has been put In jail at McKfaneytTexas charged with a murder committed Ie 1801 He wean Inmate of tho Confederate homo at Austin Louie Cunningham of Loogooter lad was knocked down and kicked to death by Joe Herbert an exconvict at Washington Ind Tho men bad novel set each other before Two more good oil wells came In4 In Knox last week One belongs to tho Carnegie Oil Co and Is on Stinking Creek and the other Is owned by the Badger Co on Rlcbland An attempt has been made to astaisl nato PrInce Obolontky governor of Kbarkoll Russia Ho was recently commended by the Ciar or suppressing peasant riots In the district A mob broke into the Jail at Paris Mo and lynched Abraham Wltherup who was charged with the murder of William Grow Witberup was hanged from tbe railing of a bridge and his his victims father pushed him off Millard Lee shot and kilted Milts LII la Suttle In a church near Atlanta Jubt s the minister completed the benedle tlon It U said that Miss Simla hadI rjfuied Lees attentions because she regarded him as beneath her socially The action of the city of Chattanooga against the Southern and 15 other rail roads and steamship lines wlil bo re opened in Chattanooga before the Interstate Commerce Commission The case originated in 1837 and alleges die crimination In freight rates Three companies among them thoI Lancaster the Garrard County Oil A Development Co and the Southeastern Kentucky are putting down a well at Dripping Springs Garrard county to develop leases held by all of the com panics each of the three companies will havo Its proportionate part of tho expense Barbourvllle News What are probably tbe largest and smallest books In the world have rest ed sIde by aide for many years In theI British museum The largest volume measures five feet 10 Inches In height by three feet two Inches In width It U hold together by great iron clasps and required eight different skins for the binding It was presented to the nation by King George IV In 1823 I The smaller book Is only three fourtbe of an loch by onehalf Inch It Is called Schlosa English Bijou Almanac of 1823 and was published in honor of the accetsion of Queen Victoria to tho throne r MATRIMONIAL Two sisters were married in Bath county the other day ono 12 and the other 14 years old Mra Elizabeth Lease politician and author was granted a divorce from herI husband Charles Lease at Wichita Mr and Mrs Thomas B Diznoy of Grays celebrated their golden wedding May 22 at their home Mr Dlzoey Is 70 years of age and Mrs Dlzney 68 The couple married here last wetk and whose names we did not give worm I Mr E J Wiseman and Miss Ethel Pearl Moore of Danville It was at their request that their names wore withheld Rev S M Rankin perI formed the ceremony Thos J Crouch 77 of Topeka Kas and Miss Mary Jane Lane 08 of Buel N Y have just been married Fifty years ago Crouch and Miss Lano wore residing in Buel They were engaged to be married but quarreled and the en gagement was broken Shortly afterward Crouch moved to Miss Lane never married and recently her aweetheart of half a century ago re turned to seek her hand WONT FOLLOW 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 outI any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent he has but one re sort left namely the drug treatmentI When medicines are used for chronic con stipation the most mildand 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 natural andI healthy condition Fannie by Oralg d Hocker Druggists o Grand header Specials FOR THIS WEEK 300 Ladies street lute worth 8125 S1bOI and 82 this week 50c Ladies vests taped lisle finish 25c this week 15c SI Ilntisto girdle corMt this weok 480- 31inch White Madras fur shirt waist worth 35c this week 25e Special 50c hoso for Indies colored und black 25c 50 Wash skirts liquo anti Linen worth up to 83 08c lOc Pearl buttons this week Co per dozen Mens 50c work shirts this week 25o Mens 50c belts this week 25c The Grand LeaderHays Levy PropsoS B Levy Manager E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary S Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky i Ne Huw sad lot I ea sWJ8 e n n biUI txwek IB IM tttar pod sanfeti fond aidbbasa l elute ltb rrkMai II MMoL tIM lee will tarn liSN 2 Swell fcn 7ewa ftaaltai trwi Ms feed ltsma torsv ims sha k prrh art I Tr4a tied Me at4 Mhw bwlldlap la fawl lo Ha Skis wall fenced aU ItTM la IJrln- baold 1 Maple asateartle aDd tmlaNo Howse aed tot IB Suiferd name et- Ileave rooMS used sUM awls sera of land 0af lll t mlWIn ate 1e towaI tltertad Haada + e pul repair For ale eel rut rrla rwatd Ne s Hoa cad It I StaAed hee re- eaed101stek uIIHa and slbl Ua rftAr td W M old chap No 7 UMMMJ Mia S tall ly 11a- Nroa I lIe gtfttm MMk cal hew tulj too 11 of nttn 2 Miht Item titan ten OB ewN7realkr MTM Tw retWUdamtleco n elt tit bought atla+ prl III DM lloIJlit ana niut hers m- eneyNol trem Smss lnlon beat pIke Mi5wbN 481n era a In limo by Iln taw Is gee Maeg at la alt tail lIoIoh w1 r owj new faSloC wetl ud prlDI toodpoarcht1 O dwtllga good barns and out lwlldlnp pike tur IIJte1l11rlfl1l or ml- btalkdwtllsgDeragea rite 1 atiApleadand enough lm Low farm and onlY W mlnalrt drtee from tUibluegne Owner el sae linn iJJolBltr th- lhaanceonyntuaedtlseeacre W oiler thla at 11110 per acre o- uVntH 11 2e acre land with nee ary ImproYl mil flora Stanford UwtlllDC bar fojr lad porch Urge Uro IIroom t r house etc Velwa eranolfenad and buIWmng ID good rtp No 12 DwlIIegofelx room hall anl porch necessary outbulUlngi nd rtrjtn Also large two l4r COunln Itor room ssGO teeatWfiler Indwellin p en- dorroomtpcistern andwall onrh Small 101 back orator One from Sta D lord llulldlnn 10 and oIlnlI cat alse- odstarontat2Wl will NU bath for r580 or will rent or Nit p nittly No 1SMO acre helm 3i mile of Crab Orthird Ky llrlck dwellloi s room two tenant beuit two barn well and tprinf nm dwelllD Farm In high state sf eultITatlon 150 acne rlrr loutlom Und good fcBdng fruit ee lrlce WSQ ao erf- So II 100 sene of land on Unnuter street lu SprlDp ID no Im- proremetaesaepthrgeatockhim abumUnni of In town hitt- aooo No 1SA nice sense and Ibt on Laneaiter good eUtero eta Ca t ll6WiwilUUforll000No In Jladlson county Ketulle South sod 2 mile or KIDltStoDIID betwetu fig null turnpIke and Moldy road known u the Cat IL lam Frame bulldlncftock taro outbuilding one of great eate DriDnlnKenlSckylnyrdM lira stock farm ID tbo county for the money e t20 per acre No 17A furs of 100 arm nut JlullonTlll- onelllnll of tlCbt rooms hU veranda eta One tenant house stock bun tobacco barn and other outbulldlpg Claternandgeodwell In tbe lard and water In the plum arm intclaa landcut In seven gelds and No MFrm of 180 aerea sItuated near King Till Ky CO urea In cultlntlan JIn Umbert l ID znu well watered two barns and other outbnlldlnp lr new la wibin 300Jrd DweUingcomoanlle of tbree churchc IChool Ul4l11re and ol Property nas on pIke and county rod and I the mat dttlltAble arm In that section Ws will all the whole fun for 52400Or IB 1I of not I M than 30 acret to ult purchaser Tbili certainly cheap property Farm of 75 acres near Waynreburif Dwelling good barn etc Well wate fencing Produttlye limeadd bulldlDgs In ioneland l0 neirhhorhoalcloe to tbool and on good road Price VOO No 5A farm of500acalln Uncoln county Three good dwelllnp S good bunt SeC out oildlug each Urn etc tout the center of 100 trea All on county rod X one from hunch thcol and Lays well and will- rtered Tbla la a good tobacco farm and would iull two or three fimlllet that might want to come from the Mine neighborhood Price r80nlblo- No6IA ferns of 103 urn In Catty county Kyt- oe and one blf l4r dwelling with tlr moms ood barn and other outbuildings Slaty urn lu ulttrallon 4S acre In timber Irult tree etc L ye well on county road close to churchee drool eta Price only Kco- Mo 68Varm ol 118 crtID Casey county Two itory frame dwelling two lid barns other and p1nd In goodgood unity A Splendid bargaSD tobacco t FJOO No 67 Farm of 115 acrea In Casey county A new two atory S rosin frame dwelling old welling in fall condition Ilarna and other out bonding On county road splendid tobacco land well watered two wells opting etc Thla la ajlo tlrablo home Price SIJOO No 6SFiny acres near Plcaaint Point Ky 5 rooms and Barn and other outbuilding lIeres to culUratlon real In tin Walker Ladies 8160 shoos now toes mill this week 8110 Five dozen ladios bfllts worth uti to OIl this week Oo fine suits worth 12 this weak 8308 fino Mils worth 810 this weak 8860- Mons lido suits worth 8760 this weok 8400 Boil Cottonndo pants for iiion this week 4Bc 8125 pants this week ODe CQyDont fitll to buy those bargntuo everyone is savor r Mlolllce1tOrIIndwuilly Price foIIU 111I Ns Four bwsp a1101e llowltnj Lv- 1rwwtaweem So tmtot Said Or cheap IWIIM ktllrralatptn4M land JjolnlMm MaklcM rya rrty row ka he ANNOUNCEMENT Hawing select variety of the very latest styles of Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties cit will Interest you to look at these goods anti Hall out the prioM Doing nxrictly owali In8iil wrrnoirr KXCBITION on ublw me to fell at the very lotre t figures qualities eottfMleral Rereiriagof oomj mtcla 1 cinUy IfOft have failed to get your watch or clock properly repaired bring it to lue and 1 CAN JHJ IT Sfttisiltction guaranteed W H MUELLER About Long Lived PaintsI- fyou get hold of poor paint it will lie your or two before you find out that your money awl have been largely wasted rime tartly discovery will not loon your oxttepora tion any Make youroll secure by buying brand you win lie euro of Mastic Mlxod Paints are strictly high grade No other covers to much surfitco and no other withstands tho weather so woll The colors aro rich lull per nfaucnt cud the oo t is very low all things considered Come in and lot us have paint talk Pennys Drug StoreStanford LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors U1ruton J D Owaloy S II Shanks W O Coo W Carter styles Mens Mans loons n money lIItI Crab licatwl paint Bucceaaon to The Farmers Rank A Truit Company and under iamb management continuously tfor 30 yeara Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 surplus 10000 This Initltntlon wal eatabllahed al the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 18S8 then reorganized as the National Rank ofand again reorganltod as the First National flank of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an unlnter rupted tlllluDC for 43 years It U bettor supplied now with IltCllltlel for transact bulnell promptly and well than over before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited IA Is It east hI NoIO TwoMet I moMi u acre I In rrptr waped I hme is Urn at ont 1 lIfUl tl + st a i a labor a a J r 11 Officers B H 811ANK9 President J n OV8IEVCajhler w M JIlUOIiT Astt CashierIp Officers J S HOOKER IrciX JJlloltOIlElITSChrr W II WEAKEN Dkpr Directors F ReId Lincoln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Co r J B Hooker Lincoln Co W R Walton Lincoln CorJ II Collier Crab IM D El more Stanford 8 II Ilanghman Stanford T 1 Hill Stanford Ju Iloblnson Hubble J11 I1au bmaD Stanford W P Tote Stanford IFYOU WANT BARGAINS THE 1 NEW JOB STORBKlaiorea Storeroom Stanford jlYou will always got your monkey worth and vrMt you want In Dry Goods Olothtay Shoes Ilan Notions Jowolry Etc Glvo u a trialIyI M Shyder S6 Son a 4h4 ryly 1 tY 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD Kv MAY 27 1002 1 1 ID offing your proscriptions wo mo Yt the right In the exact done and with proper caro Wo could not do bettor it yon paid ui doublo the price which la always rcaeonablo Von nyi Drug Sloro PERSONALS I CHARLIE SNVUEII was In Loullvlilo Sunday bitreroon MISS MAY MARTIN U at homo from GaorRotowiTColleRO MR W M GRAHAM of Ilalecy wall hero again yeitordoy MISS SALIIE PHILLIPS hoi taken rooms at tyr S U Cooks W U WAIKBR went to Loulivlllo Saturday to visit bit sister JOHN O LYNN has gone to Okla boma on a prospecting trip ATTORNBY JOHN W DROWN Of Mt Vernon was bore Saturday Mu VINCENT AltNOLD spent Satur mMissCity Ii with Miss Mary Logan Miss PEAitr ROUT Las returned to Huitonvlllo from College at Paris Dom to tbo wire of John Smith of nitheTHE Reading Club will meet with t aJULICSVONORDENIOAN atrllle was with homefolks here las week Mas W D OOANNON left for Mid way this morning to eon her nleee graduate Miss THVIB COUIBR Is at Kings x vlllo for the purpose of getting a alass In music MR A n Rows aqd pretty daughter are up from Kanel with frlands In tblstXHinty II D McCUJHH the Turotrsvlllo merchant nrloea Is last qver a tussle wltttmumpe TIIK Fancy Work Clnb will meet wit- hIn W A TrIbble Thursday ail rte noon at 3 oaloolt FKIBNM of otercr Mote L Parks of Parktrllla are urging him to run far a MHurof a- MISS ElUA MAT XRWUANO of Stanford Is the atlt 01 Mr Itaymond Flalg Advocate ROHRKT WiutmsoH of New Dwa lur Ala arrived Prlday to see his brother Bd Wilklsien LITTLR Miss MARY SHBIIIHRU COOK Is visiting Mr and Mrs Sam M Owens In the West Und Mn JOHN L LBVI of Lyndon Kansas Is visiting his parents Dr as cMRSID a Louisville toBrmary Is doing as well as could be expected MR II IL DATSON one of Lanaas tors olever and substantial merchant paid this office a call Friday JUDO J M PHILLIPS returned to Kansas City yesterday after a pleasant visit to relative and friends BOWMAN OwitNS has returned from a pleasant visit to his cousins Watt and Julius Sauce at Harrodsburg Miss LITA BHLLK OASII who has been attending school at Fairmont Seminary Washington D C returned home yestnrdaysTut mao tbrnow entertained for hit recovery MRS D O RUILEY of Stanton and Miss Minnie Rupley of Shelby 1 vlllo are guests of Mrs Sam Moore 1 near towo Htrrodtburjr Democrat PRO M O WINFREY has rooted the hot story of Mark Hardlnt hand f some homo on West Main Mr and Mr Hardln will occupy tbo second floor Dn J D PETTCS and wife of Crab Orchard and Mrs J F Pettus and daughter of Prcachersvlllo t ro visit Ing Judge Pettus family Somerset Republican PROto J W DAVIS of MIddlcburg Normal College was hero Saturd and took back with him a dozen mo I or less packages of printing from this onico for merchants of his ectlon Mn A A McKlNNEY wont to Cln clnnatl yesterday morning to meet his stepdaughter Mrs Edna Smith and children of Forge Va wbo will spend some Limo hero Courier THE Danville Advocate says Mr I Alfred A Higgins has made a rom rk I able record In college Ho entered tbrco years ago and rarely In tho tory of the inetltution has the valed tory honor gono to a student who b taken less than a four years course AT the reception given by Mrll Win Warren at her homo Warrenw nod Friday to the D A R Miss Jane lo t Warren and Mrs Lyons of Louisville Vice State Regent received with tbo hostess while Mill Josephine Warren and Mr Caswcll Saufloy of this place assisted In entertaining The aTalr an elaborate one wa of truo Kentucky elegance LOCALS 4 ACME cemen Biggins k MoKIn nor TWENTY FIVE nicely printed visiting cards for 25c Tbllol1lcoI TILE Grand Loader gives china ware t avraytreo with all purchases George L Maton ono of John Alex t under DoIoa overseers preached at t tho court house last night t J I Jli SOW and pigs for sale n J Mc Roberta + t bytradingTnt L k N tri thpCOIN Is pfmmaster TICKETS gluon on every purchase got your free cblnawaro at the Greed Leader placefeand organs here FRIDAY next la tho etday for filing suits for the June term of clrcnitcourt which begins on tho Oth RmtBMHER tho Grand Leader gives you more valuo for your money than any ono and chinaware free TYPEWRITING done onebort notice at reasonable rates Mm R B Mahooy- OnJeo on Lanoaitcritrcctptione82 60000 SWEET POTATO plants for sale Drialllan Zoo Southern Queen and Ber 15c W S Wlgbam blareM TilE Workers the Presby terian church cleared 120 on their Ico cream and strawberry supper Friday ght THERE II nothing new to report tbo oil situation Wovo got It the drills aro being sent In search daytCOMPLETE stock general merchandlio end millinery good trim and well lows ted for sale Want to change bust ness Will sell at bargain If taken at once Rankin k Downs Junction City Ky 4t LUCK the oat they came bank Black n Dowo1tlreulkind of life and Sunday thy cams marohlng home UN TO pATE bwlnow etattomer printed a Hula cheaper and oooslder ship batter baD any anise In the State Ravelope from I1S5 per 1000 up not brads ditto Utter hands 1160 per 1 009 up Bills olrmilar eto for a song POUCH COCKT Bllen Maya wa load 8S for disorderly conduct and WI Carter a similar amount far lumping n a moving train Fannie Deatley oharjtedwith stealing a goose was permitted to go nod the grand Jury may look isle her a we Nlllfde b Sprlnfc will oscar on th of Juno SOtb wbon a gran time at that splendid summer resort may be expected Mr Willis encloses order for 1000 loTltatloni to then bill event ISO LoSTC R Brawnor lost be tweon Turnorvlllo and Jumbo ISO three 120 bills and two Ole billsall now The money was wrapped In a piece of red poser and with It wa a colpt of 1107 40 from Cash fc blcClur- rM Brawner will give a liberal roo ward to tbo Under THE following young ladles have ee In their name and gluon the ccit eD 0tor Mill Florence Burnsidc Danvlllo Mis Maud Pope Stanfprd Misses Polly Traylor and Anna Darn Fleming burg bile Myra Walker IIemll College Miss Lllllo Lsavel s bnrg Miss Myrtle Brltton London Miss Ruby Hackney Eo H Beazley manager NAPIER Ben G Napier died at his homo near Maywood Saturday of coo sumption after an Illness of a year or more A wire and two seas aged sev en end five survive Tbo remains wet e Interred in BulTalo Cemetery 5uad afternoon after short services at t Mr Napier united with ti aChrletlan church under Eld J G Lt ingston tomo time ago and hoe lived an upright Christian Ufo was a clover mom and many lrlen grlovo over his death IN Squlro Fred R ComptotT court at Mlncdgovlllo Willis Given Char lop Blaln and Splllman Toombs wero fined 150 and caste each anti given pubandCOlts 91 named aro Negroes Constable Timo thy Hoot brought the wholo gang down Friday and turned them over to Jailor Hcrrln Many an officer would had two or tires deputies but Root broughtlhem single headed TnE baccalaureate sermon of Stan ford Female College will be preached at the Presbyterian church next Sun day morning by President B J Pink art It was Prof Plnkcrtona into n lion to havo Dr Roberts of Central University preach this sermon but he could not do so Dr Burns A Jon tae of Lexington will deliver the dl plomas to the graduating class at Wai tons Opera House on Thursday morn ing of next week The annual concert will bo given on Wednesday evening previous Tho young ladles who will take part are practicing dally for It r iiJiliillIjJ T I 1 Miss SACRAY will bo at Lancaster from Monday till Thursday of next week Instead of this MT NENIAA itrawbcrfy supper will bo given at Mt Xenla e proceeds toga to a good toDIRbtI LOT SOLDfire nog urchased of J H Baughmnn it Co ai lot on Logan Avenue for 8350 motherinlax110 and coats In Judge Carsons court yesterday AT the examination of colored appll canto for scbuol certificates two scoured firstClass three secondclass and two failed to secure certificates at all IN a fight Sunday afternoon Richard Skinner slashed Tom Evans also color cd across the taco with a razor making an ugly gash The former Is In jail and tbo loner In bed Trial Saturday WANTED 100 andmules fa and ready Will be at Dell k Ulbomq stable at Liberty on Thursday May 20 and at Alfords livery stable Huston vllloi on Friday May 30 Joo Jordan + TEN TOED CHICKEN ExSheriff S Owens has a curiosity In the shape of a chicken which has five toes on each of Hllteet He might dispose of the freak to Tcota Bro or Reed cir cus which bavo been playing the small towns of Lincoln county for a week or ea r CIRCUIT COURT begun at Mt Vernon yesterday with a big crowd The dock et Is larger than usual and contains four murder cases at least three of which aro likely to be tried this term Only a fox visiting attorneys have arrived so taraCONSIDDKAIILB excitement was caused on Main Street yesterday afternoon by a horse running away with and attempting to throw Fayetta son of li- B Wilkinson The young man kept his scat In the saddle like a veteran boalever and soon bad too animal r controlI1 Dyi trustees of the graded school tolll us tbe sum to be voted on Is IISOOOISOOO less than at the leaf election a few weeks ago 19utloTtistl in CASBY At Klddu Store In Casey Saturday afternoon John Asbury Jr shot an aged gentle man named Turpln In the nook n fluting a painful but not necessarily fatal wound Asbury and Mr Turplna son had quarreled and the older Tur pin took his boys part undodIs the writeup o the Street Fair by J M Alverion In the Stanford INTH RIOR JOURNAL He not only knows a good thing when bo sees It but know how to daterlbo It In an attractive style ease tbo Harrodsburg Herald l STRAWBERRY 3tllSRTbe beet of MeKinney will give a bill sappereAd at mission 26c This Is ono of the largest tents In the State ranking 6tb In mom bersblp Everybody le cordially fowl Irud and tbo different teats In tbo county especially Go and help a good cause THE Barbourvllle wecape Gen anal Manager J L Hutching of the Hutcblns OH k Gas Co operating near Baileys Switch vine In town Tbured aq snailL0derrick on their lease Their No bi well Irdown 1100 feet and Mr Hutc lens cape they will go 2000 teat toll is not struck sooner ZINC and lead orexae found In t shaltnow being put down In this cow ty by A C Sine Drs W N Craig an- N d B OBannon Tbcso gentlemen hero boon prospecting for three week8 toh0w analyzcv1 galIIe padey GRADED SCHOOL BURNED At 1130 leaf night the graded school bulldlo was discovered on fire and the fire la dies wont to the scene as quickly as golfllork 50of the structure was soon In salsa Tho origin of the fire le a mystery but the general belief III that It was tho work of an Incendiary and a thorough inyesti gallon should and will likely be mad lmeuranMMissouri PREEMINENTLY the boat contest point of talent and grace that has ov been given In Stanford will be held at Waltons Opera House on Wednesday evening June 18 when 10 young ladle will put forth their bOIL olocutloaa efforts to win handsome prizes and the managers Messrs Sautloy and Al versos are sparing neither time n means tho success of tho ontertaln moat and a pleasant evening to the who attend Is assured The music clone talented artists Misses Myr Abrams and Jennie Lynn will be 0 of tho chief features of the contest sa III Tile closing exercises of Prultt Academy will be conducted at the Metbodlst church In Moreland Friday evening Juno Cth at 8 oclock The program correlate of dialogues drills j cuaYII1booors25c reserved seats 35c children under 10 lOc Babies 60c Patrons of school and children In school free Ticket 03 sale at Hunn k Coffeyf I POSTMASTERS will greatly oblige us by seating tbo following In a conspicu cue place and adhering to It Sec G78 p 321 Postmasters shall notify the publisher of any newspaper or other periodical when any subscriber shall refuse to take the same from tbo office or neglect to call for It for the period of ono month Section 670 provides that notice shall be given when a subscrlb cr changes his address a second notice to bo given If tint Is not regarded by tbo publisher Postmasters wbo de sire to perform this duty and have no euppheeePublishers No 1528 Judge Frank lock of too Fayette county court entered foes aggregating forlUealllquorMiss Della Wilcox committed suicide at Murray Ky by shooting herself through the hea- rtBinder For Sale saleInMcDaolellCIdd I FOR RENT I I desire to rent out for the balance of the I avenueTho I I re about two acres of land Alto want to trlIavohealth John Bracked Stanford Ky LOST COW A red and white speckled sox left rev liafoartrlpIneroIellnney Ky Marshals Salo For City Taxes I The following real estate will be offered bldlIer1M1 and cost of collection MO day June J 1M1 before the courthouse door In Stan towitAbeOuHarriwnR O JONS M C 8 TIMBER LflND FOR SflLE businessbfDonut having died last December we will tell 276 acres of timber land In Adalrcoun ty Ky Tbte land contains between 4MO ow and tHN feet of Poplar Oak Wal Thisr9oldedadapted for agricultural All of bargaIntorlOftle KyOrDonta Faulkner Ky Conic and see 8oarhandsome line of FASHIONABLEMILLINERY in the Postofllce Building on Main street Mrs Garland Singleton PUBLIC SALE hoOt nice furniture and other goods At the residence of D D Kdialston In the town of Crab Orchard I will on Saturday May 31 19O2 Commencing ut 10 oclock sharp sell the following de rlbed property Ono oak suit of furniture walnut bed and dresser com oakdroom chairs 1 childs high chair 1 parlor comfmattress 1 box halt mattress oak ward robe carpeting 2 dining room tables ono H feet In length with square corners the other 12 feet with round corners T lamps 3 swinging lamps cook stove with utensils kitchen table kitchen sate sausage grind twodmention Terms cash CiIANDLERem OLDEN WEALTH Produced by Lincoln County eKy Soil ofTHE GREEN UIVER DEVELOPMENT CO has commented operations on the Dr Raaghmanis beenrmen saw hulled to be good for at least 100 barrels day and of gravity Illuminating oil character are far morojuQbleothanthis or All of our holdings I have boen caretully lelected and wo conO futureQesale at 40c II share the par value Is 100 a IluyorI well this stock will be advanced and prob ably withdrawn from the market without thebyChock or orcer or call on Managerotang and Treasurer Dluefiold W Va 4 1 OUR i FLANNEL SUITS keepyouheated season Come in and 1 see the styles we have in stock fr I Cummins a McClary I Ii 1 j StylisI Dress i is what the peo ple want now adays P S y The new things arc always to be foundat our store the novelties as well as the sta f pies we always have t t flSKELETor v H J 4ROBERTSI OUR CORSET STOCK is very complete with the new shapes for V 1Spring 1902 s y 3 1 SUMMER CORSETS BATISTE CORSETS NEW LONG HIP CORSETS AMERICAN LADY CORSETS the most popular Corset for those who want perfect fitting costumes Severance Sons New Store XXth Century Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quantity tll of ice required for other freezers ty WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES t REFRIGERATORS ETC i JOHN BRIGHT JR CO r O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS J LOOK OUT FORStI Withers Furniture Co gentleman came all the way from Chattanooga to buy Furni ture such as he couldnt find there so you see we are in the lead for uptodate goods W F Co fi I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL fnUred n the post Bice at Stanford 01 iconddast mail- eryrabliieaiTufllsy taxsd3z1d Y A- Tf1 PER YEAR CASK Life WheD not iopildtB2OO will b ehsrted A S PRICE tI Surgeon Stanford Ky UcBobrUDro Store In the Uwsls IfOllounr Bulldinf A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Officeoyor Higgins McKlnneys Stan I Telephone No 48 NEW LIVERY STABLE S WltTIUtEt sm Purrs I UNCTION CITY KY FlntClat Turnouts tReasonable Dates Special Attention to Traveling Men drain and Hay For Sale MONUMENTSIWhite BroDiw I to stone In the fbueJness what the Improved drophead sow 1a to the old method or 7 the car Is to the old stage coach It I Is the adrancod thought of the age It Is indestructible and will perpetuate the re corda and resting place of lour ones r It Is very beautiful with a silver ap I IMensohold your order until you can Investigate It- t J CMcWhorter Agt OUAB ORCHARD KY tt i J+ CJ+ Jc RY i UNDERTAKER IEMIIALlIIER f HAB1TESS SADDLERY 0 i Stanford Ky GOLDSTEINfVeranda Hotol at Stanford IVESDAY1 JUKE 3IOu Day r Now Is the time Dont neglect your beat w friend jour eyes Eyes examined and neglectOalcebogrl1I a m to 5 pm- r l SoftI HarnessYou nee M soft a a flora 71uI1D1 EUREKAHarness makes a poor looklnc hrflees ne nw Made of pure heavy bodied oil rs prepared to will tanti too Bold everyahen la canesll sites Ida bj STANDARD OIL CI BROWN S BROWN Attorneys atLaw Office in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY TVlll practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly E R DILLEHA DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of EEICKIAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices BEAZLEY HM S Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DKALXU II lurnItureMnttiiigsRng8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Gallon 12910 Standard and reglsiered Sired by Oam betty Wilkes Onlnette 305 Lottie Loraine 2 rOSHEyelet 2 08MDr Mon teal 209JJ and 99 others In the 230 list Flat dam Daisy Field granddam of Alice Wilkes 217 and Aleatta 218 by Enfield 6 In 230 and the dams of 55 In 230 erreof Second dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr tire ot J Q 217H Lemonade 2 27i and others and dams of B In the list Third data by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q 217K GnmWtta Wilkes sons and daughters have over 100 In tho 230 list Gallon carries the blood of the four leading families Wllkes Hambletonlan Mambrlno Chief and Beeleys American Star Gallon Is a great show horse u has been tested In the show rings Ills colts have been shown three sears In succession at Hutonvlllo Danville Springfield and other Fairs and have won the largest premiums for harness classes over all others tie has proven a great crow on saddle marcs as he Rives his colta finish action and step and they are selling for tho highest prices Gal ton will servo mires at my two miles west of lIustonvllle at elo TO INSURE A LIVINO VOLT Will keep mares on grass at tz per month after alayS W M DODD DIGNITY DARE DESCRIPTION Foaled 1695 IShanda 31 in high weighs In good flesh 1200 pounds mahogany bay with black a model in form with that wonderful style characteristic of the Cites ter Dare family so universally ac knowledged as superior to all As a show horse he has made a good record winning in his class and sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3yearold form wore 13 bluR ties out of 14 shows thro Kentuck In harness ho is deIcldeddle horses can show making him a harness horse of the highest type Un der saddle ho is attractive with best of line action speedy separating his gates perfectly with ICnlO action necessary for an uptodato sire His colts though noun1 are coming totho front and fast ranking him one of tho best of breeders which class bring sensational prices His colts are large rangy with long wellset neck line backs broad hat Bono with great action and best of colors I respectfully Invite you to cull nut inspect them be fore booking your mares PEDIGREE Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S ll nheby lack Squirrel 53 ho by Black Eagle 74ho by King William 67 ho by Washing ton Denmark 04 ho Gaines Den mark 01 he by race horso Denmark F S he by 1st dam Lizzie by Wolchmont No 0307 A S II It ho Welch 3 11- he b1Wllllumby Rysdicks 10 u lam bv Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by GUV Vermont 4th damTliorough bred Welchmont 1st dam Pauline Almont Forest 2S03 Will make tho season 1002 at Lawn Mere Stock Farm 21 miles West of Elustonvlllo Ky onBradfordsvlllo nearCarpentersStatlon Colt A small reduction on a club of 5 or more mares Mares traded or parted with forfeits insurance and mon ey becomes duo at time of such trans action Loin retained all colts till season money Is paid Mares from a distance grazed 12 per month Grain fed if desired ut reasonable rates All Mle must be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes C C CARPENTER Phone n Residence Huitonvlllo Exchange LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Gentry of Boyle told to Simon Well lOOhoRaalOlo A T Nunnolly sold a cow and calf to Mr Vongruenlgan for ItO Samuel Dudderar bought of William Gooch a red yearling bull for 950- N C MoElwaln a largo dealer Infancy horses is dead at Bowling Green J Nevin Carter plowed up 15 acres of his wheat crop the prospect was so poorJ H DauRbman ft Co bought In In dianapolis a pair of CIvdeedalo mares for 8300 Lightning killed two horecs and two mules valued at C500 on a farm near Lcchland James I Hamilton bought a couple of horses at Lancaster at 175 and tOOi I respectivelyForty yearling cattle strictly good ones for sale S M Owens Me Kinney KyeCut worms ruined 15 acres of corn for John M Goooh of the Gilberts Creek section His neighbors tell us that ExSheriff Sim M Owens has the beet wheat crop In the county O P Huffman bought of Lutes Co some butcher stuff at 3o and of W A Carson some at 3c Frank Hofjana saddle show stallion Aristocrat valued at 11500 died of pneumonia after a brief Illness- D N Prewitt shipped a carload of hogs from Rowland last week They were bought around bero at 51 to Oc- Cur worms In two nights destroyed 35 acres of hemp for J P Chlnn In Mercer It was cut as clean at If done with a knlfo F Reid Dr Steele Bailey Mark Hardlr Horace Bowman and J H Otter will have a talc of Jersey cattle at Lexington June 5 The British government has just ordered the Immediate purchase of 13000 horses In Hungary They will be shipped from Flume to South Africa- G A Swlnebroad bought of Sam Ballard a bunch oj 125pound hogs at Cc a sow and pigs of Patterson Under wood for e27 and sold to William Stan ford a horse for 150 Capt Sam S Brown of Plttsburg millionaire coal operator and prom nent turfman bought of Milton Young master of tho famed McGratbiana 10 yearlings for 810500 Clifton Farm in Mercer managed by Ma David Castleman has sold Its great young saddle stallion Merwin No 1300 to Senor Florenzo Santiago of Porto Rico for 82000 Young Bridgewater fc Co of Marion sold to Julius Frank of Cincinna ti 311 cattle they bad been slopping at Calvary The price paid was Co and tho deal aggregated 124250- ESTRAY There came to my farm n black mare about 14 hands and a two yearold black mule Owner can get by paying for this notlco and keep Henderson Baugb Highlanda Reins the entry of A Fcatbcrstonc ridden by Winnie OConnor at odds of SO to 1 won the Brooklyn handicap Saturday In ono of the most exciting Qnlshcs ever witnessed on that track Aralma tho dam of Boralma foaled 18 bay wily on Col Scott Newman stock farm near Louisville and he has been offered 85000 for her She Is a Full sister of the famous trotter Boral ma by BorealL- AiCASTEJ1 COUUT There were ibout 200 cattle of a mixed variety on the market at Lancaster yesterday about half being sold Heifers brought 3s steers 4i to 5c cows 125 to 830 mules 86o to 8115 plug horses 825 to 150 It was considered tho dullest court of the year and little or no bust ness was transacted WORLD WIDE REPUTATION whites Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation as being the beat of all worm destroyers and for ila tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach Improves their digestion and siallntion of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25at Pennys Prug Storo a S Of silks used In the United States 20000000 worth are Imported and 107000000 worth homo made The do nestle silk Industry employs 24000 men 30000 women and 6000 children In 483 mills with 831000000 capital OSend In your subscription ill a year A bright young woman was vory deeply Interested In her Sunday schoo class and endeavored to makothe little ones understand different verses In thi Bible more clearly by lotting them fin- Ish each sentence The Idol had eyes who nldIIbut It couldnt Seel cried the children It had lips but It couldnt Speak the children answered- It had care but It couldnt Heart they once more correctly repliedIt a noso but couldnt Blow Ul the children confldentlj shouted Now York Sun L The Fairs The fair secretaries association hat announced tho following dates Richmond third week In July Crab Orchard fourth week In July Georgetown fourth week In July Uustonvllle fifth week In July Danville first week in August Lexington second week In August Maysvlllo and Lawrenceburg third week In August- Bardetown and Glasgow first week In September Ellzabothtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week In September SPRING AILMENTS There Is an aching and tired feeling the liver bowels and kidneys become sluggish and Inactive tho digestion Im paired with little or no appetite no am biion for anything and a feeling that the whole body and mind needs toning up The trouble Is that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste mat ter In the system Herblno will remove It secure to the secretions a right exit and by its tonic eflect fully restore tho wasted tissues and give strength In place of weak ness Soc Pennys Drug Store Joe Robinson of near Murray Cal loway county left for the mill 32 years ago lie was never heard of until Tuesday whoa be returned It was supposed he bad met with foul play Hfs wife married Tilford Smith and when Robinson returned ho found soy eral children He has been wandering about 32 years and offers no oxplana clan of why he never returned FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARMS Dr Borgin Pana lit writes I have used Ballarda Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends ss I am con Odcnt there Is no better made It Is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many acci dental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballard Snow Lint ment Is applied It should always be kept In the house for cases of emergency 25o oOc and 81 At Penny Drug Store If tho craze for statues In Washing ton Is not abated It will soon be neces sary for tho living In Washington to move out In order to make room for the dead says an exchange The banking house of J P Morgan It Co denies tbat It will have to put up 830000000 to clinch Its control of the LNL- OW RATES Queen Crescent Route Nobles Mystic Shtlno San Francisco Cat JUDe 101 Knights of Pythias Ban Franclso Cal Aug 1113 Finest train service In tho world Low rate tickets good on ail limited trains for the above occasions Bo sure your tickets read via tho Queen A Orescent Route and get good service NI CS RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Hones and Mules constantly on band and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager NABOTH 1OOH5Standard Rule C iiccord 2d914 Sired br Walslngham S169 sire of Latitude 2 ITU and many others In the list Walslngham Naboths sire Js a son of Ooorgo Wilkes ltD nPlrst dam TInsol by Messenger Duroc 106 son of Ilamblctonlan and sire of Elaine 220 the dam of Norlalne yearling record 23IU Second dam HOBS slater to James Ilowell Jr by IlambleUtnlan 10 sire of Dexter S17K Third dam Jessie Havre bv Harry Olay 45 the of St Julian SillJi liodlno 21034 and 15 others that bavo produced 230 trotters Also slro of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American Eel I pee Nova Naboth Is a bay 18 hands high foaled Juno 23 188 Ills pedigree contains the blood of Hambletonlan George Wllkcsr llambrlno Wilkes PJlotr Jr and Olay Will Stand at litHO to Insure a Living Colt wilt also stand the noted Jack KINO at 8- 3If C BAUGHMAN llustonvillo Ky HAPSBURG 509Bay stallion 181 bands high Uy Cloister 29 imported let dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 531 1 2d dam by Preserves 822 dam Trinket 6 Imp by County King 110 2d dam by Champion of England 688 3d dam by Darnaby 670 4th data by Grand Turk 133 NOTB From the above pedigree you can see that hapsburg Is a bred Cleveland Day English Coach horse a beautiful mahogany with black points Is IB 1 hands weighs 1275 pounds drives wall gentle and kind fine style action Can show a better than 3 minutes and anyone wishing a high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should leo this hone Will Stand at 81O to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand tho splendid 18 hands and 1 inch Black Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at 88 for mares and CIS for Jennets Mares grazed at 2 per month which In alt cases must bo paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hustonvllle Ky Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids When the liver It torpid and fail to do lu work the bile enters the blood at a vtrulent potion Then comes constipation biliousness sick headaen tetert sad malaria The only treatment that gives the Urn just the right touch and starts Natures work in the right manner u D AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS The pill touches the liver and the piUet tone the system S3 dose for JS =rests sad ua lets your ease Is exceedingly bad you will be wet biters you finish them Sample free For sale at all dealers For sole by W B MoRoborts at Pennys Drug Store MENS FINE SHOES My stock of liens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies d Misses we liave the Drew fc Selby Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed Twentyono years handling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give us a call 5ve etaTs eeeT bOT1HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE DEAL 118 IX Carriages Buggies Phaetl tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes to on ut Stable Special at to 66 fThis beautiful llk O I1 5e JDatev 15mrnt I wanting anything In line fall In Itomomhor Murray is graduate countryWhen repairlagMurray McAdams Opticians Danville OIL STOVESThere is something brand now on tho market in the way of oil stoves and wo have it It is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove yThis stove is absolutely and reliable and will guarantee it to bake your bread just as brown ns you it iu a few CCOndl5 It waves time and temper gallon of oil will run ono burner 18 Lour Call null let ua show you the stove Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY TRUSSES 9 I tf OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES 11 Craig Hocker ST1INFORDi Wool Wanted Wo want buy your wool and will pay tho highest market prlco for It Call us J II Iloooo k Cas stable HOONE k OENTKV Stanford ICy J H BOONS CO Proprietor Livery Feed And Sale Bruces Old Depot St STfi1QP01RV KY New and Turnouts Reasonable Rate Attention Travel lag Men Phone No When our dont toted the new anti beautiful things we hue our handsome stock our Mr a of ono Jewelers safe wo want very fuel Ono Stand + CAUTION + l Dont allow an of any other company WInduceyou to give up or surrender your policy In the hour hear In mind that agenU and solicitors of other compaulc have no light whatever to the possession of your Houi policy Therefore a watch for the man who wants you to give up your HOMI policy and take ono In his company It all mean lost to youI w trtiterthe HOMKor NBW VOIIK And any man who uka you to a HUUM policy for an other tl more Interested lathe money be is to make out of It than hs Is about your j welfare Address or call on Jesse D Wearon StanfordrExclusive Agent for Lincoln and Casey Counties Kentucky