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THE 1 INTERIOR JOURNAL
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eoandclau matter
s BRODHEAD
r Thoraaa Francisco and Richard I Iko
have been trading horses and mules
this week
It la conceded by all our people that
Dud Tharpo Is one of the beat youog
men of our town
Tho Uockcastlo Fair Association w1l1
meet on tho night of Feb 2 to clect
officers for this year All the stock
i holders arc expected to attend tho
meeting
MrsOra J Durham the widow of
tho late John U Durham baa been
successful In gelling her pension ol S
per month for herself and 12 per month
for each of her foue children under 10
P r 1 years old from Jan 23 1898 to Jau
uary 1001 and It was a Godsend to tbe
i poor widow
Hamilton Colyer who has been cot
fined to his room for a week In out
i attain Rev A J Pike went to his
Gllead church In Madison county last
Saturday and returned Monday Frank
I Adams of Oak Hill neighborhood was
In town Wednesday A J Plko wcnt
to Mt Vernon Thursday on business
S W Davis of Ml > Vernon the Ilreat
saddle and harness man was in Drod
head Tuesday
Mr George Ponder of North Caro
Una who married 01l8i1 Florence Wink
ler a few days ago left for the Ilrooml
t homo this week leaving the old latber
without a housekeeper Mrs W G
Tharp who has been on the sick list
for some month Is no better at tbls
c wrltlgtf J G Frith Is In Mt Vernon
again this week Rev George Hen
drlckson has not returned fromIndle
yet MM W R Wallin has be
t pleased with having her mother of
Crab Orchard as a guest for a few days
If any one doubts that Brodhead le a
thriving little town if they will call
and spend a few dave with us It will
remove all doubt We have elht
1 stores all aU3plclously run by entle
men of tho highest type of manhood
such men as J H Dunn who emerged
from Boyle county a few years ago and
one of Boyle brightest and most cn
ergetlo sons and J Thomas Cherr
who has done more business In the last
few years than almost any man that wo
have knowledge of W H Sowder who
la tho business manager of the old re
liable firm of Martin < fc PerklnsMar
je tied Protheroe c Mr Sowder bas
not been In business In our town for B
great while but be Is pulling tblnlB
his own way Wo could go on Bod
peak of all our mercantile men as en
tsrprlslnjr business men You can buy
goods at smaller profits In Brodhe
than any town on the L Si N Then
comes our professional men We havQ
AYe byslclan8 such men as Bento
Gravely Burdette c We have three
churches viz Baptist Christian and
Methodist all with good pastors You
can bear the sound of the blacksmith
hammer at four shops and if ousbould
bear them all at once you would think
you were In the city standing by a
great Iron foundry And when the la
dies of this and of the adjoining coun
I ties wish to have fine wedding dress
i made or Qrstclasa millinery work done
I they can call on our milliner and dreg
maker Mrs Mary Colyer who will
warrant perfect satisfaction Wo can
not atTord to refer to all our buslncs
enterprising people by name or profe
eton but we must refer to our antic
pated new railroad for we undercut
that It Is now conceded In railroad clr
dies that the Southern railroad wi
t como by way of Brodhead and that tho
f junction will be at this place and VO
havo recently been Informed that In
is tide of two years we can and will bear
the sound of an engine whistle Ooe
of our citizens Mr J G Frith has
become enthusiastic over the brlgli
prospect of tho new road and has ad
vanccd all tbo real estate about 50 pur
cent and he has been acting unde
oath for ho has been serving on tbo
board of supervisors for the lust week
weekr
r So you can see that our towp Is oa tbo
boom
BKAT ouT OF AN INCHKASK OF
1119 TENSION
A Mexican war veteran and prominen
editor writes Seeing the advertisement
of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di
itarrhoea Ueinedy I am reminded that as a
eoldlcr in Moxie o in 47 and 48I con
traded Mexican diarrhoea and this reme
dy bus kept me from getting an Incrcne
in my pension for on every renewal
dose of it restores me It is unequalled
diarrhoea and hal
t IIK a quick cure for
al pleasant and safe to take For sale by
+ Craig Ilocker
Seven rhoa workers on the
bench eat in congress during the UraL
century of our government Roger
Sherman Henry Wilson afterwards
vicepresident Gideon Leo William
C Grabam John flalluv H P Baldwin
and Oanlol Shelter
A lame shoulder la usually caused br
rheumatism of the muscles and may bu
cured by a few applications of Chamber
hens Pain Balm For ale by Craig t4
Hoclcer Druggists
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I KINGSVILLE
Ed McCarty and Will Hart arc mal
log preparations to go to Oklahoma to
locate Rev J L Allen of Danville Oiled
his appointment at the Christ
church Sunday morning and oven
and extended services a few days to
the delight of his hearers Ho return
ed to Danvlllu Wednesday and will
come buck hero to preach the third
Sunday in February
Your correspondent Is one of tbo
many grip sufferers but aha has about
preached the stage of convalescet
Mrs D M Crelghton Is confined to ber
room with grip Misses Gertrude Pen
nybacner and Elizabeth McFarland Brc
I visiting Mr D P Dlncsn at Somor
set and will go thence to Lexington to
visit relatives Mrs Wallace Wai
and sister Miss Cffie Carey visited rei
atiyes In Stanford last week Jesso
Walter of Stanford has been vl81tlnl
his brothers here C M Penning
and John D Potts of Lexington wero
the guests of Mrs B O Pcnnybacl
Sunday E L Condon of Harriman
Tenn has returned home after a brief
visit to Miss Elizabeth McFarla
Jerry Rattan of Ludlow was a guest at
Hotel Pennybacker Sunday D M
Crelghton continues HI with tho rlp
Ed McCartv and Stove Reynolds aro
also victims of la grippe J Everard
Crelghton Is qulto ill with symptoms
at pneumonia fever Mrs Mary Flint
of Danville was the guest ol her tlls
ter Mrs Sam Flint last week Man
fred Chcvoletle the clover and em
clent clerk at S C McCartys Is vlelt
ing relatives at Burnsldo
MT SALEM
We notice In the last Issue of tbo
INTERIOR JOURNAL an account of tho
I burning of Mr Fort Sims barn Whllo
Iin part tho report is true yet not half
lof the awful calamity was told In the
i tlrt place Mr Sims Is a clever pORce
ful farmer doing well down bore and Is
i generally liked by air but It seem that
some one bad some little grudgeagalr
him as tbere Is no doubt but that tbe
barn was set on firo by some oerSOH
by placing a lighted match to the hav
loft The writer Win an aye witness to
the horrible scene of the burning of
the building and stock the loss of
vhtchU fully 1500 Mr Sims has no
feed left A few friends have alven
him some corn He Is unable to work
saving been crippled up three times
luring the Ian elx months the last oe
urrlng a few days since when ho fell
rom the barn loft to the driveway aI
mOAt killing him He is now in 11
rippled condition and it U to be hoped
bat friends will assist him In this tbe
time wheb a little help will be glad
received and appreciated
G A RICHARDS
i1I0S THIS
We oiler One hundred Dn tIw1 for an1
aw of Catarrh that cannot Le cured by lulls Ca
arrh Cun
i CurJ F CIIKKXEY A CO 1rolw Toledo O
j We thenadenlgnedbare known FJ Cltrn
for ibe ISI 13 Jean rod Iwlleta him perfecta
onorable In all builnosj tranmctloni and llnai
lally aMeto carry out any obligation made b1
b1r lirni
tbIlirOlW TRCAX Wholnale Dninlit Toledo n
TAIIIIXM KIWXAN A MAHVIX W holtnit Drug
lit Tothlo Ohio
11119 Catarrh Cure U taken Internally atllng
Ircctly upon the blood and tuuroiii lurfacn of Ihe
astern Trice 71c per bottle Sold by all Jrui
till Testimonial free
j Halla limlly rills art the beat
i iherifTs Sale For Taxes
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I
On Monday February 11 1901
etween the hours of I a m and 4 p m n t
Iho courthouse door In Stanford Mncol
aunty Ky I will cxpme to the hlgho
bidder for cash In hand to pay the Stat
nnd county taxes for the Team shown oppo
File the names the following property or w
inch thereof is may bo necotsury to KlY
IInlel taxes This list will be published one
IB week for fourwcckn and tbo names will
I Isnppenr as bon as the tax and cost are
I paid Cost of advertising SI M Time am
ISICO forbid us from pnblUlilnir all out an
other list will appear In four weeks
I8TAl r wl1Ta
augh T It UI acres 87
i arnes W It town lot 111
ruinmett Mrs and daughter I aero S 1M
Durko Prank 10 norm 88
Jlllur James M town lot S II
Dallon Jolnli s acres 2 70
1 slanoy MM O town lot 1 i
1 cnliam Thomas 25 norM it t5
I rmoro James n r town lot t 10
1Ih Mrs M E 400 acres 40 11
Ornnt Joseph town lot 3 t
Irkpatrlck battya r SS aortic t 5
iasurc Tom 14 acres 20
Mnrtln William < 0 acroi n iii
Martin T D town lot 26
31111er Llge truitee Lllllun and Maud
Haumondj on land 1s
Jrpliy MM George town lot s 10
Olkd J W n r two acrot 2 70
Sims Tom 50 acres y DI
SmUll Tom ex Hall town lot 1 51
Jofer G t acres 110
TAXtOII1 COIoRrII
Dall Oliver ono acre S 125
1I1I0y Thomas 20 acres 2 40
lIurllw Manuel 1 aero 1 2 0
upliiniiu Llgo town lot 2 15
IIcnsley John 2JI acres J 00
Hllckuer Scott town lot a C
IT AnUursun two town lots 10 00
ipcrJwh 8 acres 2 00
Oro w VlllU ten ucros 2 23
Embry Hell town lot 1 CO
EVllns Richard n r2Ulurcti 1 20
lIas Will ti acre 2 IS
Hclm Orecn and llcttlo town lot 1 SS
lilli Moa 10 nerds 340
IIJ glns Henry Ii acres 2 15
Jones William No I town lot i 20
ignfori Miner ono acre 1 SO
utgomery Mack ono acre SO
HauL Ulvburd 4 acres 2 15
8011111 Allen Jr i 1 nero 1 75
Bneed John town lot 165
Slowrl larrlllOu ton acres 3 70
Tnrl1Uf W 11 town lot 6 71
Wudo Lucy town lot 9 10
WhlUOf Green five acre 3 35
WILLorll O W 1 acre 3 70
Wood Amanda n r 4 acrtttt 1 30
CIIAll OHCIIAHt WHITE
Adllm Alt Nancy tax 1809 1000
835J acres 310 85
o
Jlrlt 0A n r 3 acres 60
Dclanuy Malbow 25 acro 70
Kugaly Jacob three acres t 0
Orahuui E W 35 acres 13
Mlllur William 50 acres III
Smith MM A F130 acres t 2 0
Stewart MM Elizabeth lIr 210 area I G3
Stormc John heirs 100 acres f 70
Slovens Levi E hrs u r 00 acres 3 1
CIIAn OHCHAUK COIX1IKU
Bailey Pig 0 neresf 00
Mlddlclon Hurtle town lot 1 05
Smlih J It n r 211 acres 00
WAYXE8UU11Q WHITE
Halley W H BO ncrca f 0
lUlnnl Gee II n r1 acres 1 60
Buupli Orecnup n r1 acres 2 10 I
lUugh John 132 acres 4 60
llastiu Laud hrs n r 125 acres 2 10
Uuruelt J D 05 acres 1
lilnnkiuihip S F 20 acres I DO
Bracket John 10 acres 1 10
Butt F N 50 acreI 00
Ooyic Maty A 83 acres a 95
Dlstllhoust Carl CO acres I 30
Dryo W D 57 acres 3 O
Fitzwater Eil 00 acres 2 05
Gains J S 1ft acres 1 SlO
Grabowski Fred u r 100 acre 2 010
lam Sam A 13 acres 2 tiO
licks David 30 acres S 05
lowcH UO h r 80 acres 1 O
vainsky Win Sr 60 acre 6 60
Mellon Hub 10 acres 2 0
liller GjW n r 175 acres 4 0
MulllnsSamurSOacrear 2 010
ilullins U 11 n r 72 acres 1
McDonald Elizabeth 110 acres I C
IcWJiorter J W n r 70 acres 2 5D
SolanP11 50 acres 3 DO
Record lit J 53 acres 1 tlO
losers 0 T 63 acres 2 70
Sheo II F137 IIcrcI 0
Juddutli J C n r 76 acres 1 6
Cubba David n r125 acres J II
ioung A J 05 acres 6 00
town lot a 30
lint Hani 1
Joux V F heirs 300 acres iJ
iingleton W M 20 acres 2 l5
IIUITONILLE waits
ldam8PLil acres 8 2 1j
trowu Gabe 5 acres 1 1m
Durham W W 55 acres a 00
Gibson Win 2 acres 2 10
I
Lair Henry 5 acres 1 7i
I lartln Joanna 03 IIcrelI 7
I larliti Kay 3 acres 1 tl
2 2 00
Jason lVilliam2 acres
Icnior Eli town lot I GO
teed John 4 acres 4 60
Taylor J II 40 acrcsJ 40
aught Dudlev town lot 4 10
auck F G for 13W1000 n r
100 acres 2 40
nUIITOSILLR coronEU
2 J6
alley Chas 1 acre
Bright Hattie n r It acres 2 00
Town Tlnk town lot 1 80
rownTin 1cy town lot 1 80
I1ruce James hrs 25 nose 3 40
urton Phillip hrs 5 acres 60
aldwell Kph town lot 2 6S
town lot 1 81
Uryo Stephen
Given Adam 7 acres ti 70
Givens John 11 acres 2 00
Jasper Lee 1 acreI 80
Morton John 40 acres 3 00
cCormack T II 3 acres 2 2
3 30
Owen8 Willis 15 acres <
ojrnolils Henry 5 ncrcs 21
Smith Parlen town lot 1 80
ealherford Adam town lot 1 80
We1ch James town lot 170
11 bO
Bright John n r 30 acres
JtT TAI KS UV 9ola llV tSO ate 19X
Fox 0 A 125 sores 50
Collier Dan 33 acres 12 95
S M OWES SntnUF
Lincoln County
National Bank
Oiiiui 8lOflItII100OJII
l aavaur to The Firmer bolt A Trust CIWI > n
and under ease KKMMtHiHt contlou
ouily fur J9 Yean
olioits Your Banl
Account
Uopllljllucb biulqiM r > UtlM pwill prore uutua
11ben leiai ao 1 > Ielll
11m xrroiisi
J J WIJIIms
JSOleJ Sr
J N Dlauefae
A W crttlfller
W H OuninlBi
J K Lynn
S HShtnkt
J P Cub
J a Owiltj
UFFlCBItS
5 ti Shank PrMld uI
J It Owiley Culilrr
I W M ilrtiiht tat Calder
I FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ot STAN OtD KY
C 1U1 Stock 100000 Barphi J17CS3 52
Tbla lnjtltutionorilnalljf eitablliheJ u the Di
llUnknf Slaoforil In 1858 rhea rcorgtultetl u
lb Sttlona Hank of Stanford In 18GS tnilagali
eorg totted M the Flnt National liink ot Stanford
n 2aai had practically so uninterrupted oiUt
Dcfor 41 rears It Ii better supplied now will
tlei for transacting business promptly and 1
r1I7thD T rUurtln Its long and bonoiab
career Accounts ot InJlTlJuuli Dduclirlei
ad ladhldualuollclted
ladhldualuollcltedtlIIIECTOU
DinxcToat
F neld Llocola Co JWHaydenStanfor
S llurli B II llaugbuan
J S Hooker TP Hill
wr Walton W A Trlbblo
Jll olllerCrab Orchd U J Miller Ml Vernon
U Elmore Stanford
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GEO T FARRIS
Of Gitrrnnl Is n candldtto for rcuumlnat
for Stnto Senator In tlili dUtrlct COUlIIUIcd
uf Lincoln UULDV Ituvln unit Qarrard coun
ttea subject to tho action ut the tlomoornltc
party
I
OHA5L DAWBS
Is it candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon
tyvubjot to the action of thu tlonioort
party I
J M GART3R Sr
Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coul1tYI
subject to tho iictlou of the democratic pu
t
J 0 McWEOSTEB
Of Crab Orchard Is a candidate for Am
cor of Lincoln county nulijcct to tho aclloD
of Ibo democratic rut
T j DILL
la a candidate for FlterllT of Lincoln Iounly
subject to tho action of tho democratic ll1ftr
M G REYNOLDS
Ii a candidate for AwieMorof Lincoln coun
tj 1 Huhjcot to tho action of the democrat
party
M S BAUGHMAN
U candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count
subject to tho action of thu democratic Irt
E VLILLJUID
Of DanTlllo N a candidate for Stllio Senator
In this district composed of Lincoln CMlY
lovlo and OarrarilcouiitlOT subject to thu
action of the democratic Prey
SAMUEL M OWENS
Is arnnilldato for Aiataworof Lincoln Ctun
lye subjeelto the action of the Detnocra
party
31 F NOUTII
S
It candidate to rnjirceeBt Lincoln Ooun
In tho Lvgltlnturo aubjoet to tho action of
Iho Doioocrntlc party
eI KEIlfUlS
fa oandlditte for Jailer of Lincoln count
ubjeet to the action of thu democratic pa
t S
J H RAINES
Is a candidate for the nomination of Jail
uf Llttcota county kubjeet to tho action the
the 1 > mocralo party I
VM LANDKKAF
I I a candidate for A4IOr of Lincoln coon
ty subject to democratic notion
THAMES H WRIGHT
a candidate for A eor of Lincoln coca
tJ subject to the action of thu Ufiuocratl
pIlrty
trayJOHN
JOHN C PEPPLES
Ia a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count
bject to the action of the democratic par
t Your support la solicited
DINK FARMER
Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the ac
tton of taw democratic party lie solicit
your support
supportOtTS
GUS McCOHMACK
Ia a candidate for Autcwor of Lincoln coup
tf subject to the action of tho democrat
Iart
rtyGEO
GEO A EUBANKS
a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count
subJoot to tho action of tho democrat
1 rty
JAMES T JONES
Iii candidate for jailer of Lincoln county
Jeat to the action of the democratic par
ty
fainting Repairing
Ism jireparod to paint and repair yew
bllKgv carriage or wagon Inflnttclatrtftylo
iHirlencext noun to do It and work gunrun <
teed You can have your old vuhlcle ltado
J IL OltRRtt
now for very little rnonuy
Stanford Ky
FOSTED
f hareb1 warn all noni from trwpaiilng on lu 1
hUll for iun e wlutctsr
m any purwee
VMI VSlKiUAF KrlferKy
also warn 11 nwDi trom IrrupamlDK on lu 1
faull on Uncle Crock for any purpose wbatciTtr
KUKII NIKUUA Olltulitlni Ky
DAMS FISTULA CURE
lanufacturcd by J W Adams k Co
Ialnt Ilck Ky In a guirantenl auro cure
for horses and mulls inflicted with Fistula
Iallevll Swinney Scratches Saddle HolU
IInrd and Boft Enlargements Greasy Heel
IIMcmper Ac For wile by W It Jlcltob
rtoe clriiRglnn Stanford DL 1C Humphrey
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Liberty O M Thompson Klngsrlllei A
CllldwlJlI VaTne lmri Dunn Ilros llry
IDlnlllc Ky F It OomptonMllledgevllfe
Oto U Jeter Mlddlebnrgly Cash k Me
Clurc Turueravlllo J 11 Vanhook McHIn
IICY
EAZLEY HAYS
UNDERTAKERS
t1NDSRTAKEnaALIIO
ALSO DIULEM IM
Furniture MntUnRSjllngs
And Wall Paper
Ttfoy will Exchange Furniture for all
kinds of Stork Give them
a call Prices right
STANFORD KENTUCKY
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CONTRACTOR 8 BUILDER
STANFORD KENTUCKY i
5 I make close estimates on work and J t
guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work J
tmanship and material as will be attest J
ed by any one of the many parties for w
whom I nave builded duringthe 15 years
° that I have been in business here
Ithat carry a full stock of Doors Sash
Blinds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed
Lumber Lath Shingles Etc
I will duplicate anyprices offered
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On Overcoats
OvercoatsAnd
And Heavy Suits
W E PERKINS
Crab Orohard Ky f
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ANNOUNCEMENT
Spring Summer 1901
I represent LAMM COMPANY Chicago ami cordially
invlto you to cull for an inspection of their
Superb Spring and Summer Clottriift
Which comprise the choicest productions of tho worlds
leading mills A LAMMr creation bears the Stamp
of VALUE in material FJ DELIT workmanship
and correctness in fitn concentration of their
trade motto = The Jiest on Enrth
JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky
ao s soa tim a4saaea swm1
We Have a Ful Line of d
LedgersJour als 9 i
Day and Cosh Bools j
For the New Year Ciood ioodsat Low Prices S
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Penny Drug Store i
TKLEUllONK NO 2
dA 4v0 3O d69 011Evd b0 1 N i1N 1ti11
Stanford Female College
STANFORD KY
Thorough courses in Literature Science
Music Art and Elocution
Excellent Boarding Department
Write for Catalogueto
MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres
tieA ALLEN a CO
Contractors And Bviilder
STANFORD ICY
Havo now a complete stockof Hulldlng Material Yellow FlnofiFloorlng Ceiling GtLD
Sash Illlnds and nil kluddof messed and IlonK1 1Umbur BlilnnlcH and Bteol Itooaiifr L >
cost 1oHtn CJWojIDnko estimation auyktadot work want d > aOaice opposite Or L
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