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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 2ibj kr 7 i AjjJf JIWJPf i I i2J 11ii Ii i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALI f + VOL XX XISTANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 30 1902 9 A M NO 26 Zi Fantastic stories liave been written of magIc mirrors in was the CutureI such a thins were possible many a bright laced bride would roln the revelation of her- r HIl stripped of oil her loveliness If there one thing which would make A woman shrink it 14 to nee the rapid physical deterioration which comes to BO many wives The cause Is generally due to womanly diseases lth comeliness are restored by the use of Dr Pierce Fa Torll Prescription It cures irregular Ity and drains It heals Inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness lIh the KTtitrit ptauurelMl I till fibs whatDr PletWi r voni and ytltrworld I had f male weaken for sae U1 oSrtlmrwjdJa feel so badly I did not know I found relief at laic th Jofcra fur hU kind dike I hare this ratdldn Utl rojr bouwt and will always leer tt you are led to the purchase of Favorite Prescription because ita remarkable cures women do not accept a substitute which has none of these cures to its credit Free nDr Pieces Common Sense Medfcal AdvIser Iper covers is sent frtr on receipt of xt onecent stamps to of mailing only Or for clothbound volume t stamps P Address Dr It V Pierce lalralo N Y IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES l The president has nominated Sam not O Hanson for postmaster at Dcrea Sam J Spaldlog was badly hurt by being thrown from his bicycle at Leb anon 11 Central University defeated Ken tucky University at Danvlllo by a score of 0 to 1 Cllot Strange charged with kllllnjr 1 his brotherinlaw Henry Rowland In Laurel got two years Jesse Uroughton who was given 21 f years for killing Chas McIntyre In Boll has secured a now trial Lightning struck Johnson Hall of Willtamsburg lostltulo and did conild erablo damage to tho building Garnett Wood formerly principal of etheLebanon Public School has resign ed to accept a position with the Inter state Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis James Denton ol Danville was elect ed delegate at largo to tbo Liverpool Council from tbo Southern Presbyte rlaa General Assembly In session at Jackson Miss A Ilnovlllc dispatch says The wife of Slow John Turner an aunt of Popeye Turner who was recently killed at Lafollette Tenn became via lently deranged and Wit taken to the asylumA r red wolf believed to bo one of a pack that baa destroyed more than 11000 worth of sheep In Marlon county In the last tow months waa captured near St Marys Dr n P Smock caught the wolf In a trap T Tartarian superintendent and general manager of tho Black Raven coal mines near Plnovlllo was proba bly fatally shot by David Edwards a young workman from Junction City whom bo had discharged earlier In the dayAt tho public sate of Mrs Mary Gil llland deceased a small photograph of J Col J W Grlgibv a outed Confeder t ate brought 1960 Col Isaac Shelby r and D N Prewllt were tbo contending bidders and Prowllt was succcsslul AdvocateChester Green the Cincinnati drum mer wbo was arrested and placed In jail charged with violating a municipal w ordinance by soiling merchandise with r out a license has brought suit against the city of Lebanon for 5000 damages for false arrest Through the efforts of Capt E W Lyon a Confederate veteran and farm er of Moruor county the neat little I turn of 1700 has been raised for the purpose of oracling a monument In Harrodtburg to the memory of the s Confederate soldiers who are burled there most of whom were killed In the bottle of PerryvllLe 21 The commencement calendar of Coo tral University has been arranged aa follows Baccalaurentu sermon Sun day June 8 at Second Presbyterian church by the Roy Willis Greep Craig D D LL D Chicago Y bL C A sermon Sunday Juno 8 First Presbyterian church by the Rev D Clay Lilly of Tuscaloosa Ala 5 annual meeting of the Board of Trustees Mon P M class day exercise tkTuesday Juno 10 annual oratorical contest Monday Juno 0 commence ymoatday exercises Wednesday Juno 11 President Roberts reception Wed netdar evening 9 I NEWS NOTES j Arrivals ot Immigrants at New York during May brittle all records i Minnie Uoaaor fell from a third story window In Loulsvlllo and wee killed I Rev 0 M Palmer the famous Prea byterlun preacher Is dead at Now Or leans William Blount of Fort WaynoInd was killed In Now York by an elephant Some scientists maintain that Mt Pelee li raarolr at tbo beginning of Us violence The last smallpox patient has been released from the peat house at Bowl Ing Green The flrst train on the Tennessee Coo tral railroad was run from Ilarrlman to Nashville Tuesday- A woman with an Infernal machine was arrested at tho Summer home of tho Czar of Russia Paul J Sorg the millionaire tobacco manufacturer and a former Congressman from Ohio li dead D C Cruloher a widely known biisl nets man of Frankfort dUd In a sani tarlum at Kanoiha Wls Norman Howes who had boon elect ed Tylbr of a Masonic lodge 46 times Is dead at Lebanon N IL Prof Adolph Kuismaul who Intro duced the stomach pump In medical practice Is dead In Germany Tbo body of a handsomely dressed young woman of unknown Identity was found In the Newport reservoir Henry Dovlllard chef at tho Loland Hotel Lexington has fallen hell to 107000 by tbo death of his mother- J W Perry of West Liberty told to Eastern parties for a syndicate 6000 acres of fine timber land for 55000 cashMrs Thomas Kennott and daughter of Cornwall on Iludeoo N Y were robbed of 150000 worth of jewelry In a Paris hotel Jacob Graham a 13 year old boy confessed bo killed Robert C Hunter at St Joseph Mo with a fist blow on the temple Greenville Tenn a town of 1874 population Is to have a 1110000 post ofllce building This It a criminal waste of public money After telephoning for an ambulance and notifying an undertaker Thomas H GrlfUibs a cigar raaoufacturercom milted sulcido In Brooklyn Robert Slmpton while crazed with jealousy and drink shot bis wife twice probably fatally wounding her and then killed himself In Louisville Mrs Peter Simons of Louisville at ter a quarrel with her husband tried to commit sulcido by soaking her cloth leg with coal oil and sotting I ton firo She was terribly burned The Canadian Minister of Public Works says the Dominlan Government will build another transcontinental line if as stated Plcrpont Morgan Is ac quiring tbo Canadian Pacific Statistics show that during the year 1001 tbe lIfo Insurance companies of North America settled claims amount ing to 1217102530 and that 14243741 Of this vast turn came to Kentucky Howard College near Birmingham Ala a Baptist Institution hasdccllned an offer of John D Rockefeller to on dow It provided an equal amount was raised The trustees announce that the plan Is Impractical- A temporary sidewalk broke down with a number of people who were watching the Rocbambeau parade In New York I L Coolidge a newspt per circulation manager was killed and 100 people wero Injured Gov Taft arrived Wednesday In Rome and on Saturday bo will meet Cardinal Rampolla the Papal Secro tary of State to consider tbo disposi Lion of the Roman Catholic Churchs property In tbo Philippines The funeral of Lord Pauocefote In Washington Wednesday was of a most Imposing character being attended by the president and representatives of all branches of the government The ro mains were temporarily deposited In a vault at Rock Crook oemotery The case of George Bohon adminis trator of Edward Cook against the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pa cine Railway Company resulted In a verdict of 17000 damages In favor of the plaintiff at Harrodsburg Cook was crushed to death between two boxcars at Burgln about 18 months ago At a mooting of tho Kentucky State Board of Health Wednesday a quaran tine was proclaimed against Indiana on account of small pox which Is now epI Idemto In that State The quarantine ggea Into effect at noon Juno 1 and affects tbo entire State All those enter log Kentucky from Indiana must carry certificates of health Mrs Simmons lanltrlx of Brooklyn flat met a burglar coming out of the collar She banged his head against the wall throw him on the floor and sat on him Then she called her husband and ho came out and sat on the burglar too Mrs Simmon ia buxom and Simmons weighs nearly 300 pounds The burglar was glad when a police man came and took him to tbo station LANCASTER i Judge J C Hompblll had a very lee Jersey cow to die Mite Fannle Austin Is clerking In tbo IItorelpreaching a tho moralnI good mare of for 1136 The foundation for tho Presbyterian parsonage Is being laid by James IWhite Tbo farmers are busy keeping down the weeds that tho late rates have made prevalent Tbe brick kiln Is being put In opera lion and some firstclass brick will soon bo for tale for building purposes A muchneeded cleaning of the cut verte of the town Is bring conducted by Mr Tillett proprietor of the work house The Baptist Young Peoples Union hold an open session every Sunday eve ring at the Baptist church preceding tho regular service Eld A R Moore leaves tomorrow for Hazsl Green where be preaches the baccalaureate sermon for the school at that place Mrs Margaret Gill who has been In delicate health for some time Is re ported very low with no possible obanco to live but a few days The artesian well constructor has already written that too machinery Is on the way and that tho boring Is soon to begin But It seems there Is quite a delay from some cause The colored people observed Decc ration Day the graves of their fallen comrades being adorned with flowers and otherwise commemorating tbe val or of their felloweoldlera raoJlogIromtbo local buyers and Is furnishing a source of revenue to tho Negroes In the cleaning and picking process Some excellent Improvements are be ing made at the cemetery Tbe walk and drives aro receiving careful atten tion and the sacred city of the dead has a general appearance of being well keptSunday Is childrens missionary day and In the absence of the pastor Elder A R Moore the little folks will fur nish some entertaining exercises Sun day morning suitable to the place and occasion The recent severe storms have play especially bance about 200 wires being burned out and as many Instruments needing serious repairs Miss Al Anderson has undergone a very serious surgical operation by Dr W S Elkin at an Atlanta hospital and It was for some time before she rallied It la now believed she has some chance for permanent recovery A petition was tiled in tbo county court Monday asking that a vote be taken In precinct U district 3 as to the sale of liquor In that locality Tbo hagforIaolntnci society of the Chris tian church are preparing for a contest for vocal soloists and a number of good singers from neighboring towns are ex pected to enter the competition The proceeds will go toward tho building fuodieon ert of Paint Lick wero driving a borso that was considered safe the animal became frightened and ran off tearing up the vehicle and Injuring the occu pants Mrs Mays suffered the fracture of several ribs Those desiring tickets to the best elocutionary contest ever given In Stan ford June 18th by Managers Saufloy Alvorson can secure them by calling on Mr Snulley Hughes at R E McRob arts drug store A big crowd should and will go from hero to cheer for Lan casters popular representative Miss Jessie Duty who will recite Archie Dean tt Mrs Dr Burnslde of Barbourvllle Is visiting her parents MrJond Mrs W U Klnnutrd Mra H A Price and son visited In Danvlllo Tuesday Mlea Alice Walker lain Lexington attend ing commeucementMlsa LennaJHobba has returned from commencement at Midway Misses RelfiS and Alllo Ar cold went to NIobolasvllle Wednesday I for a visit Mrs Eastman of Oxford Oblo la the guest of MM KInnalrd Mrs Frank Bacon and little son will leave In a few days for Kansas City W O Dunlap Is expected homo this week after a long stay at u Washing ton fort and a twoyearastay with tbo 15th regulars In Alaska Dr John South of Frankfort has been too guest of Miss Christine Bradley Mies Le verno Bruce of Louisville la visiting her father Rev J M Bruce Mrs Tennlo Sbarp of Nashville has been the guest of Mrs Markaburv Misses Sue Whltley and Nelllo Murphy of Lincoln bavo been visiting Miss flea eta Batson Miss Louise Farrla has re Foxi MISS MARY C BOLDRICK One of tbe handsomest as well as most papular young ladles In Lebanon will represent that city In the young ladles cotpt to bo given bv Managers Saufley do Alveraon at Walton Opera House Wcdnctdfev evening Juno 18th Pos sassing a natural aptitude for such pur suits Miss Boldrlck has improved her elocutionary powers and will no doubt have a large following not only from her own town but from many places where aba Is known and liked Miss Boldrlck will recite the Gypsy Flower Girl +++++ MMHMMMMMMM 0 Rlgney wont to Lexington to Ham ilton College commenbement and will be accompanied home by his daughter Miss Lena Mesdames ONeafand Hub ble have gone to Rockcastlo Springs for the summer H B Hackley vice consul to Mexico has been visiting rela tires here Miss Magee of Livings ton la visiting In this vicinity MUs Ada Fox has returned to Eaton Oblo Miss Florence Burnslde entertained at tea Monday evening In honor of Misses Ktndrlek Ramsey and Johnston Revs Lapsiey and Samuel McKee were here Tuesday CHURCH MATTERS Presbyterians of Columbia will build a church Kid Z T Williams will lecture on his travels In Palestine at Turnervlle church Sunday Juno 1 at 730 p M The Presbyterian General Assembly la New York adjourned after selecting Los Angeles Cal as tbe next meeting place Rev Dr Robert Johnson of London Ontario declines tbe call to the pasto rate of tbe Second Presbyterian church ofLouisvilleRev Bruce will preach at Su gar Grove tonight and at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock and Sunday morning and night Ransomed Missionary Miss Stone who will deliver lectures In Kentucky save that tho proceeds will be devoted WNheMfrbfa17iiIra D Sankoy after a lifetime of serI vice as a Methodist bas gone over to the Presbyterians Much study of doc trines Is unsettling tbe convictions of many of our biblical scholars making of some skeptics and causing others to swap churches In starting fashion Too much learning la sometimes a danger Ois thing The Second Baptist church In Little Rock by a practically unanimous vote adopted a resolution withdrawing tel lowshlp from Gov Jeff Davis which Is equivalent to expulsion The charges against him were drunkenness gamb ling and other Immoral acts Gov Davis was not present being on a fish lag trip NO LOSS OF TIME I have sold Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Dlarrhaa Ilemedr for years and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than It I sold five bottles of yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this morningH- R PflEU8 Plymouth Oklahoma Aa will be seen by the above tho threshers wore able to keep on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this remedy in your home For sale by Craig Rocker Druggists a Bows things in your neighbor hoodJest mlddllnIt No sickness Oh yes weve got the measles I Nuthtn else I Nuthln1 expected but theys two now doctors moved In yesterday an you cant tell whatil happen I1 Atlan ta Constitution Twentyfive dollars a year for 12 months Is the subscription price of tho Northern Light a small weekly paper published In Bottles Alaska Single copies of the paper sell for 60o DWbats the matter with turning tho menu end for end and putting meat In the list of dessertsLexington Load or OO FitAndStyleJ H Two points which account for the popularity of Our Clothing Moderate price as compared with tailormade goods is another one If you havent seen our Spring GOOdS come in and give us a chance to convince you about the above facts IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied PSD mILLER DaiWlIlB Ky NOTICE f New York Stores Specials For This Week Mens fine Shirts worth 75c and Ii our price 43c all sizes Mens every day shirts worth 50c and 75c our price 23c Mens shoes that are worth 160 at OSc Mens shoes worth S175 at S120 Mens fine shoes worth t2 at 91 38 Mens fine shoca worth e2 23 at 1160 Mens fine shoes worth 13 60 at 1250 Mens fine shoes worth 8460 at 13 Mens 5 Suits Now Go For 298 Mens 750 suits for 448110 suits for 16 50 12 suits for 750 815 suits for 19 25 hisrBoyssuite at your own price Boys pants worth 50c at 19c For bargains go to The New York Store C ROSENSTEINa CO Next door to Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Ky The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral offipanyI OF STANFORD ICY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full fE 3aid and NonAssessable 010RSJ II Biughman Pros A T Nunnelley Vice Pres W II Wear on Tress n Helm Secy BaughmanJThe Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Co has about 3000 acres of land leased in Lin coln county Ky The larger portion of this lease la contiguous to the M S Baughrman farma portion In the neighborhood or Maywood and Sugar Grove section and still portion skirting Logan Creok1I0ne of tho surest indications of the probable value of undeveloped lands is the result of oflorta at development on land adjoining None of the stock reserved by the incorporaiors can by them until the entire amount so reserved has been sold and when sold every dot lar arising therefrom will be used in developing the companys holdings No officer or director draws a salary from tbe 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 officers and directors The stock Is non asteesable and the private property of the stockholder IB not liable for corporate debts It is incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky Ita books are open at all times to its stockholders and they are invited to its office to re p ceive any Information concerning the companys affairs The business is beingpushted with all the rapidity and zeal possible that is commensurate with safe business AT COST FOR CASH1 DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS7 s CAPS UNDER WEAR GEORGE H FARRIS aco 11 tict1crA preparationforleradicating the dis agreeablejodorslarising from perspiration- It is a sure cure for tho odors fiom perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by WeB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON lIa Csndldit for Railroad Commlulann for tbe M Diltrlct subject to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGER OJ W ine County Is a ctudlilste for State Tnu urtr iubttt to the tctlon of the Dtmocratlc put G G GILBERT Of SbelbjTHli1 a candidate for the democratlo nominal Ion for OoDgrru In thl Itie gib dlllricl subject to tbe primary to be held Saturday Aug 9 THE act 10 of the executive comm too of the Second Railroad district In calling a convention for Oct 1 to nom- Inate a candidate for railroad commie eloner and naming July 3 as the date upon which entries shall closoi Is most reprehensible and such trickery II bound to hurt the democratic party De well as weaken the candidate at whose Instance the snap work was done We are surprised that Mr McChord would permit such an unfair effort to shut oa other candidates for the office and If he does not call upon the committee to reo eclnd Us hasty not to eay foolish tiC tlon he will live to regret it The railroad commissioners are not voted for until November of next year and It ts Billy to say the least of It to nominate a candidate a year or so In advance of that election A Frankfort dispatch says that both the committee and Mr McChord are being roundly roasted there for taking auoh snap judgments thc other candidate for the office and a similar state of affairs exists hero and elsewhere whore justice and fatrnee are respected Notwithstanding Mi W P Walton editor of the Lexln ton Democrat has been an avowed candidate for a year or more Mr McChor and his committee which be seems to have under hypnotic control professe to be in absolute Ignorance ot the fact that anybody but the present Incumbent aspired to that office A recall of the lob put up Is demanded by Mi Walton and his frlende and if Mr Me Chord and his committee of three want to do anything like the fair thin they will cheerfully concede to such wishes IT Is proposed to Install a voting mt chine In the hall of the House of Rep resentatlvea at Washington It now takes 45 minutes to complete a record vote in the House There Is no reason why this time may not be reduced to five minutes effecting a saving of eight ninths of the time No doubt flllbus terlng would still be possible for thor la no assignable limit to human Ingen ally In the Invention of dilatory aril fices But there can be no reason for spending nine times the neceesar time In taking a record vote when all parties are anxious to proceed with expedition By means of a machine en timely accurate results can be obtalne and In ap entirely satisfactory manner And there would most likely be an Important gain in the order of the house and the Intelligent as well as expedl tlous transaction of business THERE Is general regret at the withdrawal of Hon R C Warren from tho Congressional race In this district Hi made friends wherever he went In his short canvass and these friends ID letters and telegrams promise their sup port two years hence A better democrat than Mr Warren never lived and t the INTERIOR JOURNAL hopes before many years to record the fact that Its splendid townsman has been elected to represent this district in the halls of Congress It la taking time by the t forelock but we now nominate Hon R C Warren for Congress two years hence Do we hear a second I weekstr at 13604000 operators low on coal J 15204000 loss of employee not strikers 8603000 Toes In general business In the anthracite region 11500000 The loss In production of coal In the anthracite region la figured at 2500000 tons There certainly ought to be some way In this enlightened day to prevent strikes and their attendant loaeea fEAWILL has been held to be void In 4 an because by U 100000 was loft I to Indignant Old Indies when the testator meant indigent old ladles Such a disposal of a willis sufficient to make pcoIndignantnd J by some judges Is far from being the height of human reasoning GEN WOODS expense account as Military Governor of Cuba shows as expenditures for wines and 1liquors and other luxurious personal t appurtenances says a Washington die patch Thats the way the money goes A limit to the expenditures of all pub lie servants should be made AN Idea of Ollie James popularity In his home county Crlttenden can be had when it la told that Sam Cross 1 land his opponent only got eight votes In that county Mr James got nearly 1500 THE Louisville Times says that Hon Ollle James now weighs a ton and that he is just half grown Wont ho be a whopper when begets to be a man t r THERE Is talk of Hon Robert Hard tog of Danville running for circuit judge and Judge John W Hughes and Charles A Hardln of Mercer for Commonwealths Attorney We dot take the matter seriously at all It Is already written that both Judge M C Saufloy and Commonwealths Attorney John Sam Owsley will succeed tbem selves as they should do TilE Lexington Herald la consider ate It declines to support Mr W P Walton for railroad commission knowing that its espousal would burt rather than help Mr Walton- POLITICAL The Danville Advocate has declared for Gilbert The Senate agreed to take a vote Juno 3 on the Phlllpplao goyernme bill Ollie Jamee majority In the First district over Sam Grassland cxcoei 1000 In the convention at Cleveland Hanna again demonstrated that be Is the ilggeat man In Ohio Attorney General Pratt home people are booming him for tho republican nomInation for governor George A Newman Jr Is a dark torso entry for the republican Congre lonal nomination In the Fifth The Kansas republican convention nominated W J Bailey for govern and Indorsed Roosevelt for president In 1004 Tobias Huffaker was nominated for Con re98 by the prohibitionists of the 11th Mr Huffaker is a resident of ColumbiaMack enjoys tho distinction of elng the thinnest white chip that wlis over played in Congress Owensbor lessengerAgulnaldoa former secretary of war ailed on the president and told him hat the stories of American cruelty n the Philippines ore grossly exaggeral ed or wholly false- Repreeeotative Irwin has been unable to find any person who desires to- be postmaster at Mechaolcavllle Jefferson county therefore ho recommended that the ofllco bo discontinued The Thompson Congressional party which has been studying the Industrial development of the South has returned to Washington The Industrial feature verehadowed with the visitors the N Jro question which they also started out to study An amendment to tho Philippine Government Bill was adopted extend ng to the Filipinos the bill of rights of the constitution with the cxcepllo of the right to bear arms and trial by jury Senator Morgan of Alabama champIoned the bill The Rivers and Harbors Bill which wall made public by the conference committee reduces the appropriation I- of 19600000 added by the Senate to bout W 500 000 The amount agree upon for the Big Sandy and Tug and evlsa forks Is 350000 The Sbattuo Immigration bill passed tbe House carrying with It two Important amendments The first prohibits tbe sale of Intoxicating liquors at in migrant stations The second Introduced by Mr Landis prohibits the sale of Intoxicants In the National Capitol Gen Grosvenor as permanent chair man of the Ohio republican convention declared that no republican preslden wlU ever haul down the flag in tbe hlllpplnea and he also advocated rec- Iprocity The platform pays a tribute to McKInley and endorses the admlnls tratlon ol Roosevelt When the president of the United tales thinks it necessary for the sal vatlon of his party that be make speech el for candidates for Congress In doubtful districts the country will agree with him that the G O P is in a bat way No other president ever lowered- the dignity of the office by taking suet a land In Congresslocal races and file ccldency wouldnt break precedent unleu ho felt convinced that bo alone O q eve the sinking ship Lex Dem ocratIt that our good friend Co- W P Walton will not have a walkover for the nomination aa railroad mmlssloner in this district As bu- been frequently stated In these columns and as every man knows Col Walton has done more work for his- party than any newspaper man in the strict and bow any democrat can have he trace to oppose him is hard to un- ldorstand If such labor as his Is to go then its time for aJJ the 19 take in their horns OenLral Record- CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Ohiasson Patterson La- wile Juno 8 1001 I bad malaria fever In very bad form was under treatment by doctors but us soon aa I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return again I used a sample bottle ot Hcrblne found it helped me Then bought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you for fur- nlahing such a splendid medicine and can neatly recommend It to those suffering from malaria aa it will surely cute them Ilerbiue 60c bottle at Pennys Drug Store So Kentucky has declared a cfuaran Ino against Indiana on account of lallpox Now let Indiana come back 1th a quarantine against Kentucky on account of fugitives from justice Loh Isville Times r THIS AND THAT Spring chickens Ire selling at20j per pound at London John Camenlsch had a valuable horee to die Wednesday Lutes tt Co bought two carloads of cattle in this Gouty at 61 to 0c A Chicago jury decided that Dalzaes cords are unfit for a respectable person I library At Washington Inda 16 yearold boy was fined 81 for forcibly hugglt and kissing a girl T C Uagland has closed out his royalty Interests In his farm in Bath county to Chicago parties for 810000 Dave Williams a somnambulist topped through a secondstory window at Knoxville breaking his neck A surveying party Is running a line for a new railroad from Mlddleaboro to Harlan Letcher and Perry counties A race war was narrowly averted at imlthland by Judge Wauk public chipping a Negro girl who had as e suited his daughter All the burglars who robbed the Dank of Hartford have been convicted heir terms ranging from 18 months 10 flve years In the penitentiary- S H Ycagor tells the Advocate tbat In Garrard much wheat la being ruined by the fly Yates Hudson has a ficld rblch has fallen to the ground Gov Bockhain has offered rewards of 1300 each for the arrest of Frank Cecil odZach Steele the Bell county fug Ivca accused of complicity in the ae lasalnatlon of Gov William Goobel Gov Durbln declarea ho does not consider smallpox epidemic In Souther Indiana and that ho will continue to refuse to allow the emergency fund tn be used In stamping out the disease The court of appeals held in a calo from Fayette county that cities of hatever class had complete control over salaries of officials and that he compensation of such officials was not subject to any action of the Legltlo tureA resolution was presented to the In arnallonal Immigration and Commer lal Association a Negro organlsatloi icetlng In Chattanooga p lltlonln Congress to appropriate 8500000000 for the deportation of any dUsatljflxl Ne roes It Is claimed that Negroes enjoy in the United State lose political protection than people In Turkey or Nina and that the United States by DISCO of mob violence Is aaiumlBi flreL place In the ranks of lawless nations RBMARICAULE WOMAN Living 00 tho farm of Mrs R C NunnelUy In ayette county is a woman who has a husband and six children Last Full hen the youngest child was oneyear old the mother cooked three meals per dny for the family milked the oow I1nd walked to and from the fieldone mil and out 14 shocks of corn Later sho robe from 80 to 100 pounds of bemp pcr day In early Spring she and a small boy out 180 acres of corn stalks She wired the elate and made wire picket fence around the garden She makes a Cratclasa band at setting and tripping tobacco and has contracted with Ii neighbor to thin his corn for 20c per acre She la an export washer and Ironer and Is hard to excel in house leaning and putting down carpets She Ices In sewing and dresses her own children for Sunday school She Is In illlgent quick In action always cheerful and while resting a little can go to- tbe piano and play Nearer My God To Thee and other selections in a very creditable way An Appreciative Subscriber SULPHUR SPRINGS TEX May 29- You will find another dollar for your- most valuable paper the INTERIOR JOURNAL If I stay in Texas I feel I- must have the Stanford paper We get more news out of it than any other paper we read for the money We feel it Is one of the very best democratic papers ever published I sincerely hope I will be permitted to read your paper maDY more years We bad a terrible failure last year In crop but our prospects are floe thll- year Wishing you many more years olsuceeu I subscribe myself one 01- your readers as long as I can get tho- dollar to send for your paper Respectfully A STEENBEROEN WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYING FOR IT In a recent article a prominent physician says It is next to impossible for the pbysiclan to get his patients to carry out an y prescribed course of hygiene or diet 10 the smallest extent ho has but one ro- sort left namely the drug treatment Wben medicines are used for chronic con stipaUon the most mild and gentlo ob talnable such aa Chamberlain Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a naturaland bealthy condition For sale by Craig tt Uocker Druggists Iho lath Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington June 24 to July 4th inclusive One of the best programs ever offered will be given Tbe detailed program will bo mailed to- any address upon application to Chas Scott business manager Lexington Ky s weedena last census records the- lowest death rate yet attained by a clv- IlIzed nation During the last 10 years It only averaged 16 49 per 1000 Grand header Specials FOR THIS WEEK 300 Ladios street hats worth 8125 S1bOJldi 8150 shone now tow and style and S2 this week GOctholeweek 110 Lndics vests taped lisle finish 25c goods 1ivo dozen ladies halts worth up to LOG this week cthiweak Uc 81 Batiste girdle corgot this week 48oMens flue suits worth 812 this week 8808- Mous34inch White Minims for shirt waist worth fino suits worth 810 this week 8050 35c this weok25oMoos fino suits worth 87CO this week Special COc hose for Indies colored anil 8100 block 25c Host Cottonndo pante fur man tins week 50 Wash skirts Pique and Linen worth up45c to 83 08c 8125 Jeans pant this wcok OOe lOc Pearl buttons this week 5c per dozen liens 50c work skirts this week 250 CaTDont fail to buy those bargains every liens 50o belts this week 25c ono is n Marcy savor rThe Grand LeaderHays Levy Props S B Levy Manager FOR RENT I deelre to root out tar the balance of tbe pear the tforton place on Danville nnuo The rttlldenco U In good repair and tbero are alwul two aero of land Alto want sell a hone cow lorroy growing crop ot have to toaro Kentucky on aorannt of wlfe health John llrackett Stanford Ky GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 219 14 Biro of Maggie nnHjhmnn t 3M Os- mQetrlel1221also of the bleb aetla horio for 0518 JAR 1IM SIred by OanbelM Wllkei Slreot Qulnette ItM Weed Wllke uarrl Lottta Urine SiMS Oambrel Byelot SjlO 14 RMIBI UK ttSllS etc Ut Uelllah Jam of Ctotaealln I10K JennnleO ttlt by Adralnmrat Ger 229w 11d dAm Mary Hlrnore darn of Cleveland L28 by Matabruaeilo t 21 ad darn by Star Unk 4th dam by UrowB 11- lot Oanbrttnol a brown stallion 119 hand ilfh splendid form and season and wtl Make the present season at my tarN on the lAnoattcr pike miles tram ltoarlll KV at S10 ta Insure a Living Colt Money due when the fact ti atcertAlaed ctt mare wllb- Oaabrano has two In the Ikt and will pro duce high style and high acting trotters e much sought after by deniers he lisrln proved lob own racing qanllU al a two yearold driving Dr Sparks In tblrd hflBt In 21I I will also stand a ant class Mule Ja k a IS to Insure a living colt Not responsible for accidents Orals SI per month JNO 8 IlAUailMANDtnvllle Bird I The mighty Inilat a show stallion DM but few quadIle won the SMO stake at Lexlng ton Ky some of the greatest orgies that Kentucky has ever produced Eagle Bird as a sire of good nlshed horses Is not surpassed lit colts aro In demand and are for high prIces either for business or breeding pur JIOel Will make the present season at the table of his owners 2 miles west of Stan ord on the Shelby City pike at the low irlce of Bio to Insure a LIvlna Golt artlng with the mare forfeits the Insurance Also at the same place we will stand the fiDe mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM tB to Insure No better mule Jack will be offered for public service than this ono For further particulars address E Pe Woods 0 Sons STANFORD KY QUASI NO 2127- n French Coach ItorceEtud took ot Amer ica also In Republic Francalie Ha ras Natlonaux No 12803 Winner of first at tho National Unt enulKxposltton Iarls U9I and In 1898 competing over CO stallions Imported by MTlche nor k Co of Chicago In tolor bay with small start points OS bands high weighs In working SB 1891 Tired by 131 pounds of HubersvllloM of Commune apartment of Lamorchlt lor the govern Oharmantl by oat Fraue dam eDardi second dam by Revolution Quasi 111 make tho present season ot 1002 at my two and miles from Stanford 00 Uustonvllleplka At v0 tho BcflSOn or t15 to Insure a Living Colt ORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full brother to Estelle SilOK Sired by Ilcadl Oolddust 4400 by Gplddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by aolddastn an Imported Arabian DOrsoy dam la Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a Intensely making him an 100 of Gaffs Morgan inbred Morgan stallion descending both sides the best trom Justin Morgan on OoldItmlly of road horses known Dorsoy full 16 hands high anddOlt It It dark bay 1 SOO pounds a proven and uniform- eederof Eastern loonhigh the for harness and i combining saddle and are In demand at top prlc CI Will make tho present season at my lira near Stanford At 116 to Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule jack at 17 to InsureMares at 50 cents per wcok No ro- sponslblityforaccidents or escapes The bent jtvenIF REID ANNOUNCEMENT Having n select variety of tho very latest styles of i Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties cit iwill interest you to look at these InIMI find out the priest Doing a strictly onh htuinoss wrnioirr KXCHITIOX eii nbles me to sail nt tho very lowest figures qualities txmwlerod 41Tiled r mo and 1 CAN no IT Satisfaction guanintewi 4 iW HMUELLER About Long Lived Paints If you get hold of poor paint it will be a year or two before you find out that your money and labor have been largely nutod The tnnly discoverywill not lelesi your exiupom tion any Make yourself secure by buying n brand you Can bo euro of Mastic Mixed Paints are strictly lifgk grade No othor paint covers so much surface anti no other withstands tho woathcr so woll The colors art rich nnd per manent and tho cost is very low nil things considered Como in and let us have a paint talk Pennys Drug Store LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 80000Il Directors J D raxton J D Oniley B II Shanks W 0 Walker Geol W Carter I Successors to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same management continuously Qfor 3d years SOLICITYUR BANK ACCOUNT Moping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Hank of In 18S8 then reorganlted as the National lank ot Stanford In 1861 and again reorganized as the First National Dank of Stanford 10 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Inlt business promptly and well than ever before In tie long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Stanford l Ky 0 Officers 8 II BIIANKStPresident J D OWSLEVOashter f IW M IlKtOHT Asst Cashier Officers s J ff HOCKKIt Prcst J J McHOUEKTa Chip W II WEARER Hk- prDirectors s F Reid Lincoln Co S T Harris Lincoln Oo 18 Mocker Lincoln Co W P Walton Lincoln Co J IL Collier Crab Orchard M U Klmore Stanford B H Ilauehman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Koblnson Hubble J H llaughman Stanford W P Tate 9 I TRUSSES i v 1j1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT VERY REASON Ii ABLE PRICES 1 l Craig Hooker Stanfordi J STRNFORD I 1 T THE INTERiOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 30 1802 Ji r In fllllnc your proscriptions wo uso proporItI always reasonable Pen nya Drug Storo PERSONALS rloin A C SINE went to CorbIn JOB r tcrday HallouIr MK AND Mils W P TATS are rUlt I op at Lebanon McKrNZir OnowN tl clerking for H J Moltoberti Mils M O WINFREY It vltltlug her parenti at Glasgow Miss MARY V UNON wont to Bar bourvlllo yesterday ALFRED A PENCE U back from collotro at Winchester coMIsgJFNNIEto visit friends at Avoch Mns F J FISUUACIC of Louisville U the guest of Mn Joo S Rico How HARVEY QHLM wont to Rui sell county oo business yesterday LINCOLN WELLS one of Casey lumber kings was hero yesterdaywMil DAVID PHELPS with his sister Mn R O Hooker j REv W E ARNOLD returned Wed nctday from conference at Dallas Tex ai f MR AND Mns GEORQB O KELLEK JR were hero from Danvlllo ycitcr I dayDR R GOLDSTEIN will be at the Vc runda Ilotcl Tue day Juno aooo day 001Mns t M J MILLUR went to Danrlllo Tuesday to visit Mr and Mri John S Well MRS CURTIS COVER and handsome ton wore hero from Crab Orchard yesterday SvMn AND Mns 1 G WARNHR of t I are with Mr and Mrs J W PerrlnIAND MRS UKHBDlOrSlALDINQ of Lebanon are with Col and Mrs T P 11111 MRS G n UiUlLRY and little daughter visited Mri Jamw DtatUjr at Lancaster GROKUE K ALFOBD of Hacumrllle who has been III at the Vtrawia Hotel a woek IB out again CURD WILLIAMS of Donnvllle wai hero yesterday to Met his motberwho bad boon Tlslllog In Wbltley I Miss AMHHoeiA THOMAS returned to r LouliTlllo yesterday alter a visit to her sister Mrs W n MoRoborU Miss LrciLB CooiKK will entertain tbo T I A Club and her fellow grad untc at her home this evening MISS SOTIE ALOOHN who graduate d 1at Wardi Seminary Nashville tblt Ir was two on yesterdayt In King a this Jri fox of Covlnclon and J M Parra of Lancas- i Jo tar spent Wednesday with Miss Pearl r Burnslde Miss CARRIE FRITH of Brodbcad U wlh Mlsi Myrtle OBannon Mlit Lenna Hobbs of Lancaster was also her guest MRS O P BURNS and grand Jaug- h ter Mil Dorrli Burns of Louisville i i are guests of Mrs A P Purdom In the Bubble section EDITOR R O CUNNINGHAM of Dan yule who Ii traycllng for the Harrodi burg Specialty Co called on our mer chant Tuesday MESDAMBS J W ALCORN and J N saunders went to Naibvlllo Tuesday to tco Miss Sotlo Alcorn graduate at Wards SeminaryIMRS ELLEN V GIIISON and MI- j eea Florida Gibson of Richmond were guesta of Mlsi Anne Shack They wont from here to Crab Orchard Spring MRS L F HUFFMAN and Miss Anno Huffman are expected homo Friday from Boston Miss Huffman Is gaining her strength very rapidly now and her f friends will bo delighted to welcome her home and will bopo for a epeedy recovery from tho Ill effects of her eo rloui Illne Lexington Democrat LOCALS v ONLY one more day of spring visltlI1K 1TIIEGraod Leader gives china we away tree with all purchases Tins li decoration day but If any decorating li being done In this conn I I we have not heard of It THERE was a light frost both yester day and Wednesday morning Little or no damage was dona however ONE of tho features of tho recital of Elton Bnllousmuslo elate aVWal 1Miss Opera IIouao Wednesday evapl K twillbo the reading of Misl Lydia Qy l oralt i ar bytradlogI I 0 TUB L do N will glvo a 1150 round 1 trip rate to Cincinnati next Sunday TICKETS given on overy purchase OraodLeader atWaltonl I evening I StreetContainedThis oalcoSuWE have a lot of that wo will sell at 30 to Ofio per 100 Apply at once J II Baughman Co Grand Leader gives you more value for your money than any one and chinaware free MURRAY MOADAMS the Danville jewelers write Stop our arrow head local Wo have all wo want Tim Stanford r ono Co has mpleted Its brood new line to HUB toovlllo end It works like a charm r r 60000 SWEET POTATOplants for sale BraKlllan 20o Southern Queen and Bcr muda 16c W S Wlgham More land It PiTTflliURO PA has an alderman ho weighs 30 pounds Stanford has several councilmen who think they welch at least 1600 pounds BECAUSE of a freight wreck on the C to Nrdayssix hours lato In arriving horn TllHHE doubt that the ninth an nUll contest to bo held Juno 20 will sur pass all previous contents In Interest and attendance E II Bcazley mgr OLD MONEY Mr W C Thomason- of Roakcastlc carries an n luok pleas a half dollar made In 1714 which ha been In isle family for nearly a half con fury A UBLIOHTKULLY cool wave us Monday sight and while It has enjoyed by those who dislike war weather It has bion far from helpful to crop DoNr thebig strawberry and IIM Dream sapper to bo given by the MoKloney Maooabee Tent tomorrow Saturday night at Wares Hell Ad mission Sfa Go sad help a good cause STKIKRS us that It would be a good Idea to trim the trees la tbo courthouse yard to that tbo olook can bo teen Otherwise the tlmoplooo might as well be disposed of until tbo loaves wither and fall DR W D TARDIF of this place Is eaodldate for State Grand Secretary of the United Brother of Friendship I The doctor Is a One penman and Is oth erwise well qualified for the office Wo hops be will get theft mTIMOTHY ROOT r brought down Ceo Blnlb and Calvin Caldwoll both color t ed from tbo West Rod to work out a ibort term at Jailor Horrlns The former got eight days and the latter seven for breach of the peace NOTICE Tbo street committee Councilmen Stone and Straub request property owners whoso shade trees Interfere with the running of elcctrlo and telephone wires to have same trimmed within the next two weeks THREE YEARSJ W Casteol who was hero for safekeeping and who was one of the throe prisoners that broke jail a few weeks ago was given three year at his trial for forgery at Lon duo Castcol li wanted In a half dozen States and bo will likely bo tried In other courts as soon as ha seryei tho above sentence 1 SMITH W B Smith aged 67 died at isle home near South Turk Treatl- late Wednesday afternoon and will burled at Pleasant Point this morning Dropsy was tbo trouble and be had boon lit for seven months A wife and five children survive Mr Smith was member of tbo Baptist church and WAS a good citizen BOONB Mr Benjamin Boone died at Mr David Scotts In the Gilberts Creek seethe at 9 oclock yesterday morning of a complication of troubles aged 70 The burial will occur at Go then at 3 oclock this afternoon 61 Boono was a kindhearted clover man with a legion of friends Ho had be a widower tora0 odd years WE understand that Manager Joo Willis has 10 men at work putting Cr Orchard Springs property In order for this seasons business Last year Mr Willis entertained moro guests th had visited Crab Orchard for 10 years Richmond Register Correct you roare Mr Willis will harp things in applo plo order for his opening ball Juno 20th if It takes a thousand men to doso tyTHE OIL SITUATION Drilling COo tlnucs In Baugbman Well No 2 and In Stanford Oil Gas Development Gos No1 well Tho latter Is expected to muhopea producer Wall No a on the thug man farm Is being drilled but a depth TheKDr Morris farm U lotting Its machln cry rest n while THFlrst National Bank continues to Improve Its building A coat of paint IDOW belay put on Its exterior Tint ladles of the Christian church at Crab Orchard will give an Ice cream and strawberry lupper next Thursday evening SuodayIton your pet caolno or Its life will pay tho penalty WATCH CHARM LOST Between my and the Uustonvlllo nostofflce itable reward Charles Wheeler Hustonvllle TAXES Tho tax books aro now ready and you aro requested to come la and settle without delay M S Baugbman sheriff TilE ladles of the Christian church of Klngsvllle will give a strawberry end Ice cream supper Wednesday night lha proceeds to go to tbo church Help them MRS SAIIRA MCCLURES pretty cot tage at Crab Orchard caught Oro Wed nesday morning but prompt arrival of help extinguished tbo flames before much damage was dODO COMPLETE stock general merchandise and millinery good trim and well lees ted for sale Want to change bUll ness Wilt sell at bargain If taken at osco Rankin L Downs Junction City Ky 4U I WE omitted the name of Howard- ewland la the list of those scholars of I graded school who did not miss a day during tbo full term Pretty good for a boy who bad to como U miles through rain and shies I DONT forgot that the ninth annual elocutionary contest will bo hold here Juno 20 and that the contest will be better than ever The manager has al andsbe lieves that they will show by their at tendance this year that they appre elate his efforts E H Beazley kYs stated last Issue that Dr Burrls dollym er to the graduates of Stanford Female College at Walton Optra House next Thursday morning w hen we should have said that that gentleman will deliver the annual literary address to the under graduates TUB followings 1 sent from Danvlllo will not discourage those of us who bo I bJaeksoaof ego a resident of this pleas made a geological survey of Mercer Boyle Lincoln and Woodford counties 30 years ago Ho says that thorn Is no oil theseaWayne and Knox county fields will no last long DBATU OF DR WELCH Dr Samuel Woloh died suddenly of apoplexy at tbo Oriental Hotel last night Ho had just returned from Mineral Wells Dr Welch was 71 years of ago A native tborouJbIGalveston and began the practice of his profession In 18U and In the court e of 10 years acquired the reputation of being the best physician In Texas SOy oral years ago he retired from tbo prac tice took up his residence In and devoted himself to the pursuits a student He bad systematically tra versed the entire field of knowledge and was perhaps ono of the most learned moo In Texas though bad health often Interfered with his Investigations for weeks at a time Dr Welch was an uncle of Mrs Dr H L McLaurcn leaves no Immediate family The fu neral will take place from St Mat tbows Cathedral at 2 P M to morrow and proceed to Greenwood Cemetery Dallas Texas Telegram MATRIMONIALbe Judge W F Wilcox of Guthrlcogcd 70 eloped with Florence Brady 18 agedI Luther Bogue and Miss Gooch were made ono at W M Good h+ a Wednesday Robert Howard aged 02 and Mrs I Beulah Jones ii were joined heart aid hood In Qarlan county Before I would marry a man to reform hlo I would sooner wed an ape trRev Peter Ainslce of Buffalo 0WORLDWIDE REPUTATION itabInfluence on weak and unthrifty children as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness anthe stomach Improves their digestion s assimilation of food strengthens theIr nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits nat ural to childhood 25c at Penny Drug Store Nick Dodge a prosperous farmer Do Solo county Teen committed iul aids by cutting his throat with a draw leg knife reprImandedby brotherb been appoint postmaster at Alex Wayne countyvlco A B resigned New York Is suffering an antbracl coal famine as a result of tbo b strike THE MOST COMMON AILMENT More people suffer from rheumatism than from say other ailment This Is wholly unnecessary too for a cure may be effected at a very small cost G W IMayasome time and it Mae caused mo much Chamberislesthat It has cured mo For sale by A Hoclccr Drugglstlt Binder For Sale Latest Improved Iluekeye Hinder for siteIn i good condition only cut about 100 acres McDaniel11dda I Marshals Salt For City Taxes I offeredforder to pay city taxea on same for the yearI1001 and cost of collection Monday for 190 Stand j 00GreenHarrison Helm Of Of 148- It O JONES M C B I SflLEIIpartneraldpbuafnesaofRonta having died last December wo will Adalrcounty000 and 9000000 feet of replay Oak Wal Thistractof ad faptedbargaluforlOme1 c COULTER Mlddfeburg Ky Oscar1Ionta I Come and sec our handsome lin- oFASHIONABLE of MILLINERY in the Postoflice Building on Maui street Mrs Garland Singleton PRESTON 922Vol 11 Solid bay black points 19 hands high One stylo Sired by Washington 14 bebyPIntIIam lIo1leIshow mars It Is needless to commend him InKentuckyand brlnglo startling price Preston won andtlouroIIvlula JWPUBLIC SALE Of nice furniture and other goods 1nnSaturday May 31 JDO2 Commencing at 10 oclock sharp sell tbo following detcrlbed property lOne oak suit of furniture walnut bed and dresser coin blnatlon walnut hat rack and mirror oak bed 3 washstands 3 centre tables 8 dining rofblnatlon desk and bookcase childs bed and mattress 1 box hair mattress oak ward robe carpeting dining room tables on 14 feet In length with square corners the other 13 feet with corners T lamps 3 winging lamps cook stove with utensils kitchen Kitchen cafe sausage grinder jars etc wheelbarrow tide saddle two toHCOL J P CHANDLER Auctioneer Cleveland Dare I bymackdam by Hughes Edwin Forrest Chester Haro Is the lira of tIng Chester sold fort 000 Ouster ownsr refused 82000 for hIm May Q ecn 81230 Sliver Dare tlSOO Sadie Graves StliO Dorothy 91000 Gen Castleman refused f1500 for her Daisy Dare f1000 i am not certain but believe Kentucky Star sold for f1500 and a long list of other from ES00 to fLOGO ItyledII0ronly4elca1el1lie IK a solid bay 15Ji hands high Will make tlioveason of1902atouretablefn Stanford Ky AT lIS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted wltb heTyretYe will give r0 to the best colt by InSeptJ It k II BKAZLEV Stanford Ky I GOLDEN WBflLTH Produced by Lincoln County ndtry sou TOE QUEEN RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO has commenced operations on the Dr Daughmanwellexpected The Baughman well has been Itballed0per day and of high gravity Illuminating wells of thli aro far more valuable than a gusher All of our holdings confldentlynow otter a limited number of shares for salo at 40o a share the par value Is EL 00 a lIuytodaydon probednotice 35 shares Is the smallest block the company will Issue Iteralt certified or postodlco money order or call on SlanagerlgI tarr and Treasurer lllueficld W Ya 9E ji 1 e ti S g lj L C in 3 I P r OUR FLANNEL SUITS will dress you nicely and keep you comfortable through the heated season Come in and see the styles we have in stock I Cummins a McClary I UptoDate 9I- sI what they all say about ourI1 Mens Sboos this season Patent calf regular top extended eoles 250 Patent colt regular top extended soles 300iPatent Ideal Kid the finest quality styles at 8500 I Low cut halfshoes in patent leather 8250 in patent colt 5300 patent kid 360 The above are the VERY SWELLIST things of tho seaiOn and the latest shapes Please call and see them in our show windows and cases I HoMcRoberts o 00U OUR CORSET STOCK is very complete with the new shapes for Spring 1902- SUMMER f f ORSETS BATISTE CORSETS NEW LONG HIP CORSET popularUorsetfittir g costumes Severance I Sons New Store t u CenturyFreezert1 1 No crank no turning onelmlf quail tity of ice required for other freezersiWA- TER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JRCO 11I0 L CARPENTER W n WITHERS LOOK OUT FOR Withers Furniture Co A gentleman came all the way x from Chattanooga to buy Furni ture such as he couldnt find there sofyou see we are in the lead for uptodate goods W F Co l trzrwe 7 THE TOMJOURNAL Snlered n the pottoffice ojt Stanford at icoruiclcu matter r J V bUabdT1adayawdSzidapraT e1 PERYEAR CASH I teaWhnnoto0sidte20owill bccharsed A 8 PRICE Surgeon i ntiat Stanford Ky ODo oT r WcEoborU Drog inthi lej I BuUdlng R A JONES DENTISTStanford KVt HlgRina A JIcKlnnoys Store I 1OffiCeoyor Telephone No 48 NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W181ISgE t S3IT Pror3 JUNCTION CITY KY VlntCla Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oratn and nay For Sate MONUMENTS4lUItEZINO rWblte Bronze Mu iuaeln the monument bnslnes what the Improved drophead sow Ing machluo Is to tho old method or the car Is to the old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It It indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and renting place of our ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted 11 var ap pearanco Please hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt OKAIUOPOIIARD KY J+ c+ fYJcc A Y t1NI5EBar AItEB EMKAI3IERI i And Doalce- rIn1bItNDSSDDDLEtYt 0r stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye SpocitlUt of Lotthvllle will be aV Veranda Hotel at Stanford ROISOAT1f JIHfS 30w Day Dont neglect your beat i your eyes Eyes examined and lasses scleutl calll adjusted Dont ntg eyesOS p m c 1 lli 1 A cood looklnz bone andpoor look y Il Inn liarnoin In the btntllon wont kind of a cum Eureka Harness Oil i rn BnUh boresnlllltlMrs math the on l llhl MI atooa longIIiIad rwbs ta 1111Y11by I Ii Give YourHorse a- Chancel STANDARD OIL CO I- Jtl BROWN S BROWN AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Wilt practice In all tho State Courts MHO In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly ERDILLEHAYDAITVILLE Manufacturer of BRICKiAnd Lime Cement ooW- rite For Prices BEAZLEY HAKS Undertakers and- Embalmers AUO OKALU3 1 FurnIturcfiIattinjj8Ruj They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK Galton 12910 Standard and registered Sired by Oai Wilkes 210f sire Onlnette 2O- ILottlcLoralno2O53Eyolot206y4Dr ton teal SOK n First dam Daisy Field granddam of Allco Wilkes 917 and Alcatta 218 by EaSel sire of 9 le 330 and tbo dams of 45 In 230 or better Second dam Quickstep by KentucV Prince Jr sire of J Q 21T Lemonade 2i27H and others and dams ot GIn the list Third dam by Old Joe sire of the dame J Q 217X Oambetta Wilkes eons and daughters have over 100 In the 2i30 list Dalton carries the blood of the four leading families Wllkes Uambletonlan Marabrli Chief and Beeleys American Star Gallon Is a great show horse u has been tested In tho show rings Oil colt have been shown three ers In succession at Uustonvllle Danville Springfield and other Fairs and have won the largest premium for harness classes over all others proven a great cross on saddle mares as be tires his colts finish action and step and they aro selling for tho highest prices Oa ton will servo mares at my miles west of Unstonvlllo at 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will keep mares on grail at ft per mot th after May I W M DODD DIGNITY DARE DKSCUIPTION Foaled 1895 15hand 31 in wolghs In good flesh 1200 pounds mahogany bay with black lolnts a with that wonderful characteristic of the Chea ler Dare family so universally acknowledged as superior to nil As B show horse he has a record winning in his class and sweepstake many blue ties In his 3yearoid form worn 13 blue ties out of 14 shows thro Central Kentucky In harness ho Is rery stylish gaited with de ilded action and steps a clip few saddle horses can show manng him B harness horse of tho highest type Under saddle he is attractive bold with- best of lino action speedy separating his gates perfectly knee action iccossary for an uptodate sire His olts though aro tothi ront and fast ranking him ono of the best of breeders which class bring ensatlonal prices Ills colts aro large angy with long wellsot neck line lacks broad flat bono with groat action and host of colors I respectfully Invite you to call and Inspect them be fore booking your mares Sired famous Chester hobyBlackareSquirrel 58 ho by Black a by King William 67 ho Washing ton Denmark Gaines Denmark 611he tyraco horse Denmark F S ho by Hcdgeford 1st dam Lizzie bv Welchmont No 0307 A S b William Welcb341 ho by ltysdleks Ilalnbletonian 10 211 dam b 3rd dam by Gills Vermont 4th damThorough bred Welchmonts let dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2803 Will makothe season 1P02 at Lawn Mro Stock Farm 2r miles West of iuBtonville on Bradfordsville alt nenrcarlontersStu1tlon parted with forfeits Insurance andmon ey becomes duo at time of such trans ition Loin retained upon nil colts till season money is paid Mares from B distance f2 month Grain destredatreasonablo rates All fediIf i ho before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive 111 personal attention but will node sponslhlo for accidents or escapes- C C CARPENTER PIone n Rtitdence Huston IIU Exchange LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J O Bailey Bold his handsome 5rey celdlnjr Tuesday for 1300 Two cars of 1475pound cattle tol at rio at Kansas City Wednesday- W P Grimes bought 10 cattle from J M Roberts 15 at 120 and four a6I am standing my Polled Angus bull Tom Kendrlck at 92 Cash at the pen Jos Ballou 11 Forty nice yearling cattle strictly rood ones for sale S M Owens Mc ClDcoy Ky- WANTEDTo rent grass by tbo aontb or year for cattle Address W D Burke Danville 2t At the Indianapolis ealo of cattlo Herefords averaged 8350 and Short tonne averaged about 8400 Harry Now selling at 5 to 1 won tbo alonla Derby South Trlmblo WIIS second and Martin Burke third James McKecbnlo sold to Cruzo Vlnklcr of Knoxvlllo 10 twoyear soles at 170 0 C Cover sold 11 to same at same It Is said that Morris Throlkol wheat will make 30 bushels to tho ere Be has led the county on whea vlela for 15 years Darrodaburg Herald In Clark Sam K Hodekln boulth 400 fat sheep at 2 to 4o also of Tom Brock 70 extra hogs weight 250 Immediate dollverv at 86 60 Harry Crawford sold to Brock k Raltsbaek 100 250 pound hogs at tO50 In the Maccabee parade at LexIngton hlch was the feature of the street fair paned by that order C F Neagle won tbe first premium award for the valk trot and canter horse C C Harrla won the fancy turnout prize Some fiend made an attempt to poison Joe M Henrys fat cattle near Alt Sterllnltlby placing Paris green In tbo ucgrass pasture la different places Two died and upon Investigation uoougb of the poison was found to kill cattleWINCHESTER COUBT About 20 cattlo on the market nearly all of- tbom common and five cents the blgh- ost price ot the day Belters from 450 to 700 pounds 81 to 84 35 ono lot 600 pounds at 84 and 60c premium Well ugbt a lot 600 pounds at l4i sman heifers 1160 to 816 plain yearllnll- Btoorsll9 to 822 50 James M Owen bougbt a car load of hogs for deliver during the first half of July at 6e For Whom I Sing There are songs enough for the hero Who dwells on the heights of famei I sing for the disappointed For those who missed their aim I sing with a tearful cadence For one who stands la tho darkl- And knows that his last best arrow Has bounded back from the mark I lag for the breathless runner The eager anxious aoul- Who falls with his strength exhauster Almost In sight of the goal For the hearts that break In silence With a sorrow all unknown Fr thoso who need companions Yot walk their ways alono Tbere are songs enough for the lover Who share lovea tender pain I alng for the one whose passion III given nil In vain- r those whose spirit comrades Hays missed them on the way I sing with a heart oerllowlng Tbls minor string today And I know the solar system lust somewhere keep In apace- prizeA for that spent runner Vho barely lost tho race For the plan would be Imperfect Un lees It held somo sphere lba paid for the toll and talent And love that are wasted here Ella Wheeler Wilcox About Mr J H Minor Mr J B Minor of Louisville Is via- IUog his oldest daughter Mrs A F- Purdom of the Hubble section Mr- Minor was born August 27th 1818 aDd on November 25 1830 bo entered a cabinet shop to serve an apprentlcesbl under Samuel Bocker Mr Minor was very successful In his undertaking and- made a fine mechanic In September 1838 ho married Mha Nancy Malone of Iradfordsvllle Mr Minor Is well preserved fort map of his age and he can read fine print without glasses He- Joloed the Christian church about fi- Gyears ago and was baptized by Eldor- Merritt Mr Minor Is well posted on the scripture and Is a good converea tlonallet He Is also a democrat of the old school Bo voted for old Hickory- Jackson a democrat against John Q- Adams for president and never voted any way but democratic In his life Mr- Minor Is the father of 14 children etsV en living and seven dead He Is the rand father Of 45 children and great jlrandfather of 42 children W PORUOM Bubble Ky SPRING AILMENTS There s an aching and tired fooling tbe liver bowels and kidneys bccomo- sluggish and inactive the digestion Ira pairedwith little or no appetite no am- bilon 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 Hctbine will remove It icuro to the secretions a right exit an- dblla tonic effect allyrestore thewasLe- dtuues and give strength In place of weak OCII Soc Pennys Drug Store ii 10 Big Ears That Grow A most discouraging fact for peoplo with big cars or In fact for pcopleI with any oars at all has been dlscover ed by the systematic examination of over 40000 pairs of oars In EDjtlsod and Franco It has boon dlecovered I that the ear never stops growing whllo Its owner Is alive So people with bl jars In youth may expect to have regular flappers In old ago and the daln ty miss with tho seashell appendastelt OD either side of her bead may cxpootI ho oars to which her lovers now I lonnets to become large and promlneJlt I when she Is a grandmother But sbe wont care so much thou which Is one ionsolatton nil her lovers will be dead ir married and there will bo only tbe ihlldron to remark what big carl ronoy has got I Granny who to have the Itttlo pink seashells uledI The ear It has boon rows oven In the later decades of Ufe Vo get old and shriveled up and dc rcaso in stature but the oar IItlll rows A woman with small cars probably will havo medium sized careI at 40 and largo ears at 60 Again It Mated as tbo result of the oxamlnatlon of the 40000 pairs of oars that probs bly no person In tbo world has carl lorfcctly matched In most people tbeI Lwo oars differ perceptibly not only bapo but In size Frequently they aroI not placed on the head at exactly tbo awe anglo or at the same height It Is declared by those who have devoted their Limo and abilities to tho study of ears that the ago ot a per on can be judged by them with great accuracy by an export After youth past 10 cars assume an Increased form aDd gives the clow to the ago of tbe owner of tbo tars if ono Is able to read tho signs correctly which fortunate few people are Kordcau Lombn and that crowd lay great stress upon tbe car as an Indication of cbaract 10t some of tho best men we meet bave itrageous cars while almost everybody can recall somo bold bad man of- hlB acquaintance who baa small woU formed and wellplaced cars FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARM Dr llorgln lana III writesIII baTe ocd Ballard Snow Liniment alw commend it to my friends ss I am con Odent those is no better made It Is dandy for burns Those who live on fnna are eipeclall liable to many acc dental cuta burns and bruises whIch beal rapidly when Ballards Snow Llnl jntls applied It should always be- kept In the hour for cases of emergeDc- lSc Wo and 81 At PennysDrug Sto y Few people realize the Immensity of- Siberia which extends through 120 de- greea of longitude and possesses ODO nlntb of all the land surface ot tbo- Itlobe The United States Great Drlt- aln and alt Europe except Runla could be put Into Siberia with land to- spare A Kansas paper puts It this way 4 mans Idea of economy Is to Bpeod- 151n water taxes to save 60 cent worth of vegetables In tho garden from drhg up and blowing away An Inch of snow fell In Maryland Tueedal LOW RATE- SueenGrescentRout Noblel Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal- June 1011 nlchu of 1f this Ban Krinclso Cal AUj U12 most train service In the world Low rate ticket good on all limited train I- lor the abovo occasions D e sure your ticket read via the Queen t rescent Route and get good service H Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky- Goods Warranted J Fit GuaranteedGive a Can FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE loses and Mule constantly on hand aad tor sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager KINO EAGLEasrroes King rAIIIII is 15 Land 3 mete high dark bay with towns mane and tall goes ill wJlj- rlentr of speed style and action Sired bv Horn KID g Hnt dam by K il lllnl 2d Jam br JIed Woo 11 dam br hurls Uenmukbe by lUUer- lHnmark 4th dam Jim tborouihtired NOTXllot Xloa Dellt rd by the greet In Time nil II II fun Lmther to the grist Stint King and Allie thgrntbow mare that sold ova King Kagl 2J dam U the dam or af the great show nun thtt hU- Cobea won iTtrywher with In I83J and sold for fYI Kin I make the reason II my Ilallll 2V4mllM WMtof Stanford on the Shelb nl pike at low price of 110 to insure allY 1ng Ilalso stand tb noted mule and Jennett Jlck- BILLY KEENE aced for ware and til for Ills insure Hilly Keen wu Ired by the great TomKeene tlrtl dam by Sue Id he b the Imported Palermo Id dun by LIITI lIullllleIrlocedb Ilreot Joe lllackbun nd UriguolIL oen suoda lull le bands h1gb black w th while point and u a breeder h- It lurpaawd u a tiinl or jennctt Jack Utaouli will show for tblnuGIYra Will alsol1tht great 5 o1J Jerk JIM- KEENE serve about 2ODlafeuU to Inure a- IIvlug colt Jim Keen elaudi full U hand od- 210cbe high black with white points Hs Wu lireol by the greet Hilly Keeno tra traded with or bred elwwbere for tlts halasunBoa and mOb y becomes due at the tlm ifaochtranMctlon For further rrllculanI- ddreu S T UAItUIS Stanford Kf I ML NABOTH 1OO1G2166aire of Latitude 3IJURules Record M0l Sired bv Walalogham Standard Nlbothl cite 111 Ion or George and many others In tho list Watmghm ot Uambletonlan and alto Risloe 420 son r3Flnt dAm Tinsel by Dame JaUlOA IowllSecond dam hose Illtr to Jr the dam ot Norlnlno yearling TOCOYt123lt 21734 Third dam Jewte Havre by Harry Clay by lUmbltonUn 10 alre Dexter and 15 others that have produced S30 trotters t I Mao 43 lire of Bt Julian SitlX Ilodlne S10U dam of Liberty son of Lance by American alro of tho dam of Electioneer Fourth EclipseNinaNabollt foaled Juno t8 168 Ills JK0 contains the U 18 hand higha bay Matabrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and Harry Clay blood of Ilambletontan Gorge Wilkes Will Stnncl nt 10 to Insure n Living Colt Will alto stand the notod Jack KINO at 18 II C BAUGHMAN Hustonvlllo Ky HAPSBURG 509lta stallion IS1 hands high lly Gloater 24 imported 1st dan Jolly Vy Wonderful loyili M dim by Preserves 8W nf110 2d dam by Cbamptat England us VIt dam Trinket II imp by County tClnlt IIi dam by Harnaby OTO tn dam by OrAnd Turk 1M tied ClevelandIt a rnro NOTB From the abo a pedigree you oars see that Uaiwburg black is mlwith points Coach done U a beautiful nmbocanr nay nay Enrllth drives will gentle and kind with one style and high action lands weighs batter and bhlujt a high couch horse to mile than 3 mluutet an oneCan show a should see this hornbreed on Standard lined mares for getting style speed action Will Stnnti at 91O to Inure n Living Colt Will also Und tho inlondld 16 hands and 1 loch ma k Jark NAlHJLHoM 2NU at 5Ifor mares and til for Jennet Marcs grated at ft month which in all cab must bo paid before tiny aro removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not rapontlblo should any occur J K BAUGIIMAN Ilustonvlllo Ky MENS FINE SHOES My stock of Mens Slices for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies Misses we have the Drew Sclby Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed TwontyLono years handling shoes Our millinery stock i is complete us a ca- llthe t Charles 3cSocrt I HUSTONVILLE KY 1 CARSON JPr PENCE DEALERS IN 7 i Carriages Buggies Phae V I tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition all See our elegant line o Lap Robes 1 beautiful i olcIx joatieh Waltham t Anything our to see new we our handtorno Remember our Mr graduate of one countryWhcn repairingMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville OIL STOVESThere is something brand on market in way of stoves and wo It is Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove is afo wo guarantee it to take your bread just na brown na it in n seconds It of oil run ono 18 hours us show the Higgins 8c McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY IF YOU WANT BARCAINS COIeEa NB1iV JOB STORE3Elmors Storeroom Stanford will always get moiiiys worth and you in Drv Goals Clothing Notion Etc us a trial M Snyder Son Stanford Barbourville Oil Gushers4 oil gushers in good for 11nilero by W M Dabllc n celcbrnteil CHILLING nil furnished for drilling wolls Write for W Ma Kentucky Agent BARBOURVILLE Wool Wanted We want to buy vour and will par the highest market for It Call on us at J 11 A Cos BOONS k QENrilV Stanford ICy JH BOONECO Proprietor Livery Feed Stable Ilrucea Old De xit St STfUFOlU New and Htyllah Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Men Phone No 08 Hk J fitted with an Elgin or move went acd warranted 25 years for 15 When wanting In line dont fall the anti beautiful things have In stock Murray lea new the tho oil have it the This stove absolutely and reliable and will you want very few tavoa time fuel and temper One gallon will burner Call and let you stove It You your whit want Show Ilala Jewelry Give Tho largest Kentucky 1000 barrels each with STAR MACHINE Tlio stilt has beaten records Bids prices DABNEY KY woql prlco Iloono And Sale Stand KY Travel- Ing This + CAUTION + anyotherlurrooder your pollcylu the Music near In mind that agents and solicitors of other Companies havo no light whatever to the Tbrotorekeepyou to give up your Ilouc policy end take youaDltyoutherewhoasksother Is mare Interetod In the money lie le 10urwaUare i Jess D Wearen StanfordEicluttre Agent for Lincoln GnrrariJDoyloI and Oa ey Counties