OCR Interpretation

Semi-weekly interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1881-1905, January 02, 1900, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85052020/1900-01-02/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

r STANFORD Ky JAN 2 1900
t1IIt belt materials combined with
care skill and accuracy Inturo good
4rUdult No other methods are ever
ueed la our prf criptlt n work Iouny
Drug t3tur
T Et
Mil AND Mite J a KICK were at
Richmond Friday and Saturday
Mil JOHN P Duoiirlt of Cincinnntl
In tho guest of Rev II U Mnbony
MISS lirVIKttltItUONp Of OUDTlllc
In the cuuttnf Mlns Ulllo Peytona
G M SMITH of Flat Lick iittondeJ
tho burial of Mrs Julia A Wither
I Du W R 1IIIIUIS of Clay spent
a few days ut Free Sllrer Johnson
Dll C E POYNTZ of Paint Lick
was tho guest of Dr J G Carpenter
J W HAMILTON the clever circuit
clerk of Garrard was hero Saturday
PilOK UAitbiN CUAIO of Princeton
I N J was horn with friend Saturday
Mus LIZZIB DElAtnv of Lincoln
UOIIN to tho wlfo of J M Gooob of
I the GtlborU Creek section a 12 pound
THK fancy work club will meet with
In W A Ttlbble at 130 Thursday
liON P M McRoiiKUTS left for
Frankfort yosterday o tako bli scat In
the Legislature
A WASHINGTON dispatch says that
J N Saunder and wife of Stanford
are nt the Kbbltt
I spent several days with his brother
Mr B H Patterson
Mil J N UOLUNO and wife of Hell
county are with her parents Mr and
Mrs Monroe Curtis
f J S GOODK who Is clerking for M
P Reddish of Somerset spent Sunday
with his parents hero
Spent several days with her relative
Mrs Arthur L Carter
Mns J F CUMMINS Is back from
Crab Orchard whore she spent sev
oral days with her parents
IMnH WILl SKVKUANCK and little
Heath Severance aro back from a visit
to her botnafolks In Shelby
family spent Christmas with rolatlvos
In the Waynesburjr section
JOHN S UACQIIMAN had taken wm
TI Wcarons place BI bookkeeper a t
tho Stanford Holler Mills
K It GM T1tY has rented tho Hall
property on Knst Main street and will
novo to It ai > soon as tho weather per
I mltsMISS LbciLB C COOIHU bad return
ed from B pleasant visit to rolatlvos In
I 11 tlt ton 1110 during the Christmas boll
JOHN BOU IAN of LouUvllla and
friend 0 Y Bdwards spent several
jays with tho formers sister Mrs J
S Hundloy
F L THOMPSON tho clover grocer y
drummer made bin semimonthly trip
to Liberty yesterday noiurlihsiaidlDC
the cold weather
MB JOHN W HASTIN of Pltuburjr
tniuRUt little Miss Kaile Danlln down
Sunday to continue her studios utStun
ford Female College
L A FAIMSS of Lexington Is on
titled to the cake for tho furtherest
paid up subscription Ills data now
reads Sep 21 1102
bar paer changed to Portsmouth 0
says that her husband has accepted tho
charge of a largo church there
I COULDNT sand him a bettor Now
Years Rift said pretty MIII Mamie
Lynn on giving us a dollar for a years
subscription to G W Pence at Tom
tile Mo
I Heailay and Miss Crane Grlnstcad left
yesterday morning for Tuylorsvlllo to
viilt their parents Rev and Mr W
S Grlntitoml
I Mils UOWMAN SMITH und son Ray
mood am visiting her mother In Lin
coin county A very enjoyable sur
John W Francis the other night
Cor bin Campus i
day for their farm In Shelby with
which both aVo greatly pleased They
will bo missed In church and social
circles hero and their departure 181
much regretted
HAKIMS VKARIN loft Sunday for
Padurab whero ho will bo shipping
clerk for Dnkor Kcclcs ft Co tho firm
I bookkeeper for George II Hills has
succeeded him as salesman at II J
I McRobortsVGW
GW B WliAHKN complains that tbo
L J does not rouch him regularly
I which of cotirso U the fault of tho
malls Ho likes his now homo ut Pa
ducah and U getting along nicely but
finds it almost Impossible to keep hour o
without Ma favorite paper
J P OKAY writes from Flomuton
Ala wbero bo hM located requesting
his paper changed from Somerset add
ing Cant do without tho iNTiciuort
JOUUNAL 27 years next month since II
subscribed for the paper and vory few
Issues have been missed by us
+ Mils KATU P MIMRR wont to Ldu
Isville yesterday
C 1J MAYES has opened a bUck
J U HILTON U down from llrod
I head to eeo after bill farm
MAHK HAWS Y of Monilcello Is vie
Itlng his uncle Mark Hardln
Mn J M ALVBR80N went to Frank j
fort yesterday to sea the caucus al
REV J W EDWARDS of Pfcrksrlllo
attended ttfo 6 ill Sunday mewtlng in
JO + IIIJI HAILRYof Morcer spoilt
several days with relatives here and
his sf eelhourt on Logans Creek
Tilt Gurley Ala Robert Connell
High School Chronicle tells ofan In
teresting content held recently In
which Miss Mary 1 Harris elocution
and art teacher Is given the credit for
lu great success
Miss MARY UUHIIARD entertained
a dozen couples at tho College last
night In honor of tho Reading Club
And everybody wan royally received
An Initial game was played welch re
salted In Miss Stella lUllou gelling
the first prize a tnlnuluro oil painting
I by the hostess and Mies Dolllo McHnb
once the booby prize a cabbage bead
Partners for a candy pulling were got
non by fishing ovrr n screen and catch
log a card having tho name ofa lady
attached Miss Hubbard li a lovely
entertainer and all present were more
than aver convinced of It
I Go to palton for good watch work
WHITE star coffee at G n Ferris cc
IlKATlNO stoves at cost VarrenV
IT Is unlawful now to kill quail Bear
this In mind
DR W PILVNYdentist Oilloo
at residence Lancaster Street
SOMBTllINfj noW In sacking and
shirt waist flannels at J P Jones
LOST Fat two year old Jersey
heifer brono color Ur C A Cox
DONV forgot our terms are cash on
conl and food J H Baughman Co
BlIADY k THRRYS butcher shop will
always bo found well supplied with tbo
choctMt moats of all kinds
Tim Red Men are looking forward
to a olg ttmo tomorrow night when
tome Initiatory work will be done
DR PRNNYH solo 1 ofllco at resi
dence on Lancaster street You will
find him thero ready for business
BUY your coal quick or you wlilliave
to take any kind you can get It Is
selling fast J II Baughman L Co
FOR ItaNTUna of the storerooms
occupied by Severance < fc Sons Appl f
at this onioe or to Mrs M J Mlllor
8200000 Mr A L F ElkIn tolls us
ho wroto 200000 Insurance In tho
Knights of Maccabees In tha month of
I HAVB engaged with J C McOliry
and will be glad to servo you In making
tor repairing harness of any kind J
A Hundron >
BROKH His LHOCJIy o Powell for <
manly of Hustonvltlo fell on tho ley
pavomentln Danville and broke u hip
Poor follow wo know how to sympn
Ihlio with him
SOLD OITT William Fields has sold
to W C Mulllns his Klght Gables Ho
tel at Livingston for a fanny figure nnd
will movo back to his farm in this
I county wo are glad to say
PROMOTED Win B Smith road
master of tho Knoxvillo division of tho
L < t N with headquarters at Living
eton has bean promoted to bo rood mall
tor of tho Cincinnati division of tin °
same line
TUB local manager of tho Bell Tele
tolls us that rates have been advanced
to most of tho long distance points 10
cents making the rate to Louisville
now 15 Instnd of We
WK made u mistake concerning tho
doll Craig Hooker are going to givo
away Matt Cohen of Richmond a
disinterested party was asked to draw
a nuiifbor and bo drew No1 Tho
holder of that number or tho nearest
to it can get tbo pretty doll by calling
alat their drug store T
THIS Is not a leap year wo will ay
for the benefit of many anxious bach
elor maid who will havo to wait four
moro years for the privilege of propo s
log No century year is n leap voar
unless divisible by 400 Tho omission
of some century years was found neo
essary In making tbo present divisions
of time and this plan was devised to
ytmnko time and tho calendar agree
1IIOZt TO DBATII William NcNoll
a prominent farmer residing tear PIUs
burg froze to death Friday nlgnt His
body was found near tbo Swiss Colony
and It is believed that ho emblbcd too
IIn o
was about BO years old and leaves a
wino and u number of children Mri
MoNell attempted to destroy himself
several years ago in a fit of desponden II
fix financially
65 OR 70 acres of land for silo Ap
ply to D TV Vsndeveer
Foil PtN rUous with rooms
Apply to Mr Kate P Miller
r 0
FOR RENT Room over Craig ft
Hookers user W II Ulgglns
le hand and your
account Is ready for you Plcaeo cal
I and settle H C Jtuplev
I ON account of the advance In feed
no will charge Mo for tingle feeds and
25c for hays beginning Jan 1 1000
Ltaitzloy DrOol livery asn
THK pictures displayed by Miss Mug
aid Sucray show hur to bo a mat ex
celleD photographer She III hard to
beat both In likeness and Uulsb
came don from Livingston yesterdayn
and between trains hired 20 tie makers
and took them back with bIn Thoro
who know him best nay that Mrd
Sparks can attend to moro business In
a short length of time than tiny one
TUB January number of the Ken
lucky White Ribbon which is pub
lished at this otllct IK out and Is more
ioterestlng than usual It Is edited by
Mrs Frances Ueoucbump of Lexing
ton president of tho State WC T U
and costs only 25 cents a year Call atT
this office get a sample copy and sub
scribe for It
DR W D TAKDIFP o and family leavo
todnv for Columbia S C whero tho
donor has an appointment of dispensa
kry lark In the St Marys Infirmary
Be has made an excellent citizen for
thn nlnaycars that ho has been here
and doDo a great deal to upbuild his
race and white and black part with
him with regret
DKATH Mrs Adella Woods tele
phoned us from HuBtonvlllo Saturday
night that Mrs Salllo Powers had died
suddenly of heart disease at the honea
of her son Mlllard Powers on Rolling
Fork where she was visiting Sho was
70 years old and leaves besides the son
mentioned two daughters Mrs W Mt
Dodd nnd MIa Ellen Powers MrsF
Powers was ono of the oldest citizens
of Uustonvlllo and was n good womanc
The burial occurred ijunday afternoon
In the cemetery there
private papers and record book that
were stolen out of tbo postolllco seta
when It was robbed several weeks ago
were found In a corn shock on Frank
McKlnnoys farm yesterday afternoon
1and coat In to Postmaster Florence
who was almost overjoyed at receiving
them A careful search failed to find
either money or stamps Mice had 101i
ten In their worlc on tho papers but
not sufficiently to ruin them Tho fact
that tho papers wero fund on Mr Mc
ICInnoys farm should not be considered
conclusive evidence that that gentle
man bad a hand in tho safecracking
THK Advocate thinks that because
ofof the advance In paper and printing
material a country newspaper cant
live at 1 a year and adds that cither
tho publisher or the reader must sutler
Tho paper speaks trulv when it says
that < there Is not much profit for the
publisher but tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL
whloh started the ball rolling on low
prices Is going to coo that lu readers
do not suffer In fact tbo paper will
bo better than over this year and if
any of Its thousands of subscribers do
not think they are getting value re
ceived their money will be Cheerfully
refunded We may suitor but certain
ly our readers shall not
Metcalf likes Jessamine very well but
It Isnt like Lincoln and finding that
ho could nt stay away from this good
county bo came over and bought Josh
T Adams farm on the Danvlllo pike
The place contains 450 acres and Mr
Motcalf paid 324000 or 35331 per
Hero for it He also bought of Mr
Adams 115 mixed cattle at 4c and 200
barrels of corn at 17S While his
0hand was in he bought 2l > yearlings of
J B Foster at 4c Mr Metcalf gqt6
immediate possession of the farm but
Mr Adams retains tho bouso until
Feb 1 Mrs Adams lit health caused
her husband to sell Everybody U
clad to havo clover Tom Motcalf with
us again
WITIIBIIS Mrs Julia A Withers
relict of Laban Withers who preced
ed her to the tomb some 1C years died
bey r
daughter Mrs M J Withers after
four days Illness of pneumonia aged
70 Besides the daughter named four
other children survive Mrs Annie
McClary Mrs Julia Hughes Laban
and C C Withers all of whom bear
tho Impress of a good mothers teach
souto tl
tofor many years a true and humble fol
lower of the meek and lowly Nazurine
having joined tho Christian church in
early life and devoted herself to her
Maker Her years were long upon
tho earth und sho goes hence with tho
plaudits of her Savior and tho praise of
all her acquaintances The funcjpil
services were held at Mrs Withers a t
130 yesterday afternoon by Rev F
W Allen after which tho remains
wore followed by sorrowing children
and friends to their last resting place
in Rush Branch Cemetery
YOUR account Is ready Please come
and settle BeazloyBros
BARNES WBAREN bas taken a inter
est In Jesse D Wearens laundry and
clothing buslpcss and the firm will be
Wcareti Bros Telephone No 75 if
you need anything In their line
ON account of the advance in every
thing I will beginning Jan 1 1000
charge 15 cents for dingle feeds and 2i
bents for bays No hitches on public
bays on account of laclrof room J M
WANTED 25 dozen gloes cabinets to
make ut 42 cash with order This
I number will soon be taken so If you
i want to Luke advantage of the cut get
Into the bead wagon at once Miss
Maggie Sscray Photographer
THE cold why began the
night before Christmas mill lingers
with us the mercury being at 5 this
morning Sunday was the coldest
day tho thermometer showing from 3
toi below zero Several light snows
have been added to tbo first Ico six
Inches thlch Is being gathered and
skating Is fine
DIVIDENDS The Lincoln County
National Bank declared a dividend of
13 per cent after carrying 500 to the
surplus fund paying all expenses and
reducing premiums account 3285560
I Tho Individual deposits of this bank
nro now 322354985
Tho First National Bank of Stanford
paid a dividend of 2 per cent after pay
lag all expense and taxes and carried
I a good sum to undivided profits
i The National Bank at Uustonville
out did itself It declared 5 per cent
after paying expenses and taxes and
hud a nice sum for undivided profits
Tho bank earned over 8 per cent dur
ing the six nonths just closed and
President Ed Alcorn and Cashier J W
Hooker have a right to felicitate them
Tbs Commercial Bank of Liberty
a lso comes up with a good showing
H earned 325iJ40 the last six months
on it capital of 320000 paid n 3 per
cent dividend and expenses and car
ried nearly n thousand to Its surplus
F P Combest is president Geo E
Steno vicepresident G A Prowltt
cashier and A P Young cast cashier
WARRKN Mr Samuel Warren
brother of Hon R C Warren died at
his home at Somerset Friday of angina
pectoris after ten days Illness He
was ono of nine children of the late
John F and Mary Warren of Boyle
county nod tho third to die Just be
fore tbo civil war ho went to Mississip
pi to read medicine under Dr Hollo
way and on the breaking out of hostili
ties enlisted In tbo 18th regiment of
that State and with the exception of
ono month In prison it Fort Delaware
and a month of illness bo was in ac
tive service tbo full four years engag
log In many battles beginning with
that of Bull 3Run Ho was in tho bat
ties around Chanccllorsville Va was
there taken prisoner and ha was with
Longstrcct both at the siege of Knox
villo and the battle of Chickamauga A
braver soldier never did service for n
nobler cause After tho war ho re
turned to Danville and clorkct for the
drug firm of Samuel Warren and fi
nally bought his brother Will out Ho
moved to Somerset a number of years
ago und has since been In tbo drug bus
laces About 15 years ago ho married
Miss Mary Straban of Georgetown
and she with five children survive to
suffer tho loss of a loving husband and
tender father The remains were
brought to Danville and yesterday af
ter a short service by Drs Glass and
Greene wero laid to rex
The week of prayer docs not begin
till next Sunday
InronilJf > ntlonoMli fart tint I have tliUilijr
lnn > rrrrv < l sod coorejul to 1C U Wallln all in j
right Intercut and title In and to the Saloon butt
neM In Cnili Orchanl on Stanford iStnft the raid
It W V11I hereby aenmea and lilnds himself
to he re wti > Uile for all deists and liabilities here
tofore awrunl while MM hlnef was conducted
with the name of J M Wallln or way hereafter
aane Dw14th14e61C iV + VALIIN
8witnowe J Mort Ilithwell Walter Wallin
coo r 0
mom 0
2tC 0y
co M Qt
a r 7 H e
3 = 0
g ct I
B co ee a
2 11 ac
8 CJ c
S S t
d 0 is
000 1 C I
7gG ct G
0 V
n g
g 1 P
E = PJ
O 1i e 7M
u l G < l3oa 8
= gC 8
tlroc 0 ct e
rf Ig 1J eYm tM
p 2s PJ Ym o ti
pir l 1
c = 0
38 o
c jQ CP
> I 2Tn
03 ma VJ
i4 ct i Tn
ro 1 n VJ
S1i N UQ a =
C > I 13
C > C Iha 1 LV
yrAart C
r fQI y os
w iJ
WlJite Star Coffee
Higgins Be McKinney
Dealers In
BmP f l e9IItml
I lle 4md IWMk7
Gif ee 1e
These Celebrated Blanket aro strictly ALLWOOL Wo offer them to close al83
and 375 per pair 10 and 11 quarters
A T I1 9 K 1 fl i f f 1
Our umm Ana Gents Unuarwear
Are from the same Mills Tho Stock is
tho present pice makes them go In
I have something extra nice also a good line of heavy FleeceLined Cotton Hose t
Have left a few of tho ladles Heavy Knit SkI rte at 25c jOc 75c and U ti
New Sacking Flannels Just In See Them
lj iI
1I J W F
> i
I We will be In our new store opposite Court House i
j MONDAY JAN 1 1900 I
I1 We take thIs opportunity or thanking those who have patronized us
11 usin year
a our career
iWe Sold More Goods in 1899 than J
= any year since we have been
I in business I
tg andGents fl
Gents Furnishings mid Shoes having cold the Clothing to Cummins tg
A McCl ry rst
Opposite Courthouse after Jan let 1000 ii
ft rf JE ftJ
This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re
cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Louses the now discovery in optical
science I wish to say to the Ladies that
Just received large stock of the very
katest Designs if JVJouldi gs +
able for framing from the simplest photograph to the moat elaborate paintings
Among the lot is the New French FleurDeLis mouldings specially fnr suitable
delicate pictures EmbroIdered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that fO
fllllro a dainty frame When In Uaovllle call and see us and get our prices Wo
will savoj on money
124 Third Street Opposite Post Onice Danville Ky
Cypress Shingles d Iron Fence
Metal Roofing ° SdScSf Mill WJik

xml | txt