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Semi-weekly interior journal. [volume] (Stanford, Ky.) 1881-1905, March 01, 1901, Image 1

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V Our boyi did not acquit themselves
quite to well Friday night as they had
beau doing In Ibo past
Mines Clldl Can and Amy Pike of
Ml Vornon spent Saturday and Sun
day with home folks Will Pottti our
night agent came back to his old stand
Friday after being absent 10 days
Joshua Dunn boa been sick for tbe
last week but Is some better at the
present time Mrs W O Tharp and
Mrs Mary Collyor are not Improving
very much Egbert Wallln our mar
i ball baa been confined to his room this
Tbe father In law of our postmaster
I Jeremiah Durdlno Is reported very
t elek at the home of Capt Evans
f MesirsrD N Holler master of trains
and L M Wcitcrfleld chief train dls
patobcr of Livingston camo down
j oo Tuesday to Ice our town council
lo regard to an ordinance they bad
pasted In regard to running trains at a
certain rato of speed through the cor
porato limits and iho matter was ad
Dusted satisfactorily to all parties
Dud Holme and P J Hall who
bare boon litigating In the Rockcaitle
circuit court for a number of yearn
over a tract of land near Drodbead bad
I t their case adjusted last week It was
decided In favor of Holmes Another
tdecidellin case In tbo Hockcastlo
I court was the suit In which W O Say
ore attempted to break tbe will of bis
brother John deceased The case bad
been tried In the lower court by Judge
Williams his decision being In favor
Jof the will It was a bard fought case
J on both sides and some 40 or 60 witness
es used but the appellant W D Bay
4ore was unsuccessful and the last will
h of the dead man was sustained
Lent has occasioned Its usual quietus
of social gayeties In Klngsvllle MUs
Maud Blankonshlp however entertain
ed a few friends with an oyster supper
Tuesday evening It was a quiet af
fair but tho o who attended report a
delightful evening Misses Hello and
Lucille Johnson returned Wednesday
from a delightful visit to friends and
relative at Frankfort LouUvlllo and
Jeffersonvllle Mite Louanna Single
ton visited friends at Waynetburg last
week Mrs Rebecca McCarty of Pine
vllle II with her son J M McCarty
and family Jesse D Wearen of Stan
ford was a guest at the Pennybtckori
Hotel Wednesday Mu J L John
son It suffering from grip Mr Jamb
Robinson 0 A Walter Kdmond Mur
phy and other who have been 111 arc
j Improving Mr W H CundllT our
t station agent a sweet little wife It
learning telegraphy as a diversion and
Ie becoming quite an expert Mrs H I
C Pennybacker entertained Thursday
evening In honor of Mr Towraoy a C
S conductor and nn elegant supper
was served <
f I An amendment to the army appropri
L ation bill provide that Cuba shall en
ter Into a treaty with the United State
whereby Cuba shall agree never to en
ter Into any foreign treaty which shall
s tend to Impair Us Independence nor
grant any military or naval conces
Ions that we shall bo given the right
of Intervention that its debt shall not
bo beyond Its means of retirement that
rall the acts of tbe United States and
right grunted shall be ratified that
sanitation shall bo maintained that the
Isle of Pine be omitted from lu terri
tory and that tbe United State may
buy or lease naval station as may bo
agreed upon by the president
A cowboy appeared at n railway tta
LIon in Nevada and stated that he de
sired to ship to parent East the body
of a comrade who bad been killed by u
grizzly bear In shipping the box the
Alagent noticed the box was quite heavy
and not of the usual shape in a few
II Some mis
days came the telegram
taku Bills body not arrived box con
talncd a boar The cowboy who wu
allll at the elation on a protracted
spree wired back No mistake DIIII
inside tbo bear
Excursion to Washington D C for
presidential inauguration ceremonies
via Queen k Crescent Route March 4
1001 Faro one way for round trip from
all station on Q Se O Tickets on sale
March 1 2 and 3 good to return until
March Oih Lower rates are made for
parties of 25 or more of organized mill
lary companies or braes bands on one
ticket Write any Q ft C ticket agent
who will give you further Information
if dcalrcd or address W U Rlncareon
G P A Cincinnati O
What most people want is something
mild and fcentle when in need of a phys
ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets nil the hill to a dot They are
easy to take and pleasant in oflect For
Bale by Craig A Hooker Druggists
It is said that the bebta of tbe civil
ized nations of tbo worldmost of which
have been Incurred by wars amount to
a total of over 32000000000 The in
terest on this amount is equal to the la
bor of 3000000 men working constant
ly at 81 60 per day
A lame shoulder Is usually caused br
rheumatism of the muscles and may be
l cured by a few applications of Chamber
I Jains Pain Balm For ale by Craig A
e Booker Druggists I
W U Llllard sold 3080 pound shoals I
to W F DeLonl at lic
George T Wood told to J C Lynn
25 butcher cattle at ale
J IL Uaughman < k Co bought of D
P Martin a lot of corn at 12 25
John T Anderson bought a lot of
heifer at ale and some hogs at 4o
Joab Rlgney sold to Emmett McCor
mack a bunch of fat cows at 2i to 3c
Five hundred bales of Timothy hay
for sale J S Owsloy Sr Stanford
A W Carpenter bought of Ander
son Nunnelley 110 owes with lamb at
tO 60
Duncan Goodloo bought Jonn S
Uaughmana farm three miles from
Lancaster on the Richmond pike 103
acre at 100
Will Campbell and Jame Thomas
were arrested at Nlcholasvlllo charged
with stealing a carload of hogs from a
London 0 party
Farmer from all over Central Ken
tucky report the growing wheat In
worse condition than for years and pre
dict an exceedingly short crop
The Lexington Democrat says that
F Reid of Stanford bas a carload of
One horses there to ba disposed of dur
lag tbe Smiley Combination Sale
Jut R Ma ron or Mt Sterling re
fused an offer of 1150 for a pilr of four
yearold mules Monday his price being
1500 This Is probably the finest pair in
the Slate they aro smootbe with good
style and weigh over 3200
W W Lyon ot this county paid
1130 for Mary a black mare at Z T
Smiley L COI sale at Lexington He
also got Cornelia brown mare for 150
John black geldlcg for a 220 a brown
gelding for 1130 a sorrel gelding for
163 and a bay gelding for 1130 Well
wager ho bought them worth the
It is probable that much ground will
be plowed this spring Much of the
wheat crop will ba plowed up the
meadow are in the lame fix and the
high price of bemp will stimulate the
sowing of that product J W Ragland
bought of T S Shout of Owlngivillc
a nice voting black jack forl35Wln
chonier Democrat
Probably the most remarkable yield
of bemp this year and for many year
walt that ot Judge George U Nelson of
Clark county who raised 100011 pound
on OS acre of land an average of 1600
pound to the acre On 12 of the 04 acres
the average was 2000 pound Wben It
Is considered that the ordinary yield Ie
1000 pound It can bo teen how unusual
Is this amount Sold at the present mar
ket price of five cent tho net profit on
this hemp Ir 1li0 per acre
Quite a large crowd attended the con
test on the 22nd and much credit was
due to Prof Ragnn and Mile Jones in
furnishing the publlo with so Interest
Ing a program The seven young lady
participants and ushers were dressed
In white organdy and a prettier group
would have been hard to find Miss
Evelyn Klndrlck won the gold medal
although Misses Leila Klndrick and
Emma Ramsey wero so near and did so
well that especial mention Is due them
Monday was county court day and a
largo crowd was lo town The repub
lican convention was held to nominate
the county olllcer for the November
election After much debating and
balloting the following ticket woa nom
inated County Judge Sam C Hardln
county attorney Calvin David county
clerk Tnoams Jones a snor George
K Ryan jailer G W Eller school
twin John E Hurt sheriff Sam Call
tollo surveyor Ewing Kennedy cor
oner Lewis Shearer
Mlsten Ella Francis and Nora Tullle
spent several day in Hurnsldo Bonny
Tate Is with Mr G M Hcdrlck Min
es Amelia and Susie Onus and Bonny
Tate were very pleasantly entertained
by Mies Lee Bertram this week Ellis
Date and family will move to Missouri
shortly Capt Tuttle who has been
in Williamsburg on business returned
via Louisville and was accompanied
homo by his daughter Mrs George
Motcalfe Miss Mary Hardln baa been
a victim of grip for several week Mr
Tom Spradlln Is seriously 111
I have no hesitancy in recommending
Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F
P Moran a wellknown and popular ba
ker of Petersburg Va We have given It
to our children when troubled with lad
coughs aso whooping cough and it has
always given perfect satisfaction It was
recommended to mo by a druggist as the
boat cough medicine for children as It
contained no opium or other harmful
drug Sold by tralgJe hockey Drug
Edward A Cudaby has received a
letter from tbo men who kidnaped his
son offering to return 20000 of the
ransom money on condition that all de
etectivos be withdrawn and that no at
tempt be made to prosecute tbe abduc
tore should their identity be discover
QThornas Parsons aged 70 died here
J K McClary who died hero last
Monday was a native of this county
He was u lawyer of pronounced ability
He bad been a member of the Legisla
ture many years ago and filled the po
sition with credit The remains were
laid to rest by the side of his wife In
the McClary burying ground near Oak
Among the names of those who have
Joined the silent majority with tbo last
quarter of a century which we failed to
mention last week appear those of
Champ Mullin Colooel and William
Stringer Stephen Cummins John AI
bright James Baker Jones Lair C D
Burnett Wm Stewart Jasper Wood
Sam Myers and John Coffuy
The writer will not wait until she
bal been called across tbe dark river
before giving praise to one of our tru
est bravest and best of women Mr
M O Miller who bat suffered almost
the agonies of death for six weeks We
are glad to say she has recovered and
returned the cares of looking after her
honsohold duties her children and
grand children
By Lancaster dispatches no notice
that two men were held over there af
tar an examining trial In the sum of
1300 for throwing stones at and de
stroying telephone glues Insulator
This Ie a good start The parties gull
ty of such conduct are liable to both
fine and imprisonment and let us hope
they and others ot their Ilk will catch
It both acomlng and agwlne
Away back when a man had two
chimneys to bill bouse bo was entitled
to be called colonel and whpn three
chimney pointed up from his dwelling
bo was a major Our friend Zack
Hantcl put up two dummy chimneys
no ad to acquire tbe coveted title Zack
Id now a candidate for jailer and to
place himself oo a level with tbe great
common people has removed all his
cnhnuey and hi bunting a cheap boy
to carry out the snakes In bushel bas
Franklin the jewclerbas prominent
ly displayed In bill front window a for
midable looking single shot pIstol
which was recently sent him by a
friend from the Philippine Islands
Tbo weapon is somewhat shorter than
a sawed off musket but it Is all that one
man would want to carry long at a
lime A placard hanging above tho
pistol make this startling announce
ments Shoots 15 times and throws
rocks for half an hour The old wea
pon looks as though it would do almost
any old thing that lit low down and
S S Miller of Lancaster who was
confined hero with grip for two weeks
bas returned homo M C Miller Is In
from Texas to see relatives Mrs Kate
Robards ot Harrodsburg bas been vis
lung friend end relative Inbl coun
ty The sick members of the family of
Reuben Mulling are Improving Sick
ness has lessened the attendance at
school Frank Miller has been seri
ously 111 There Is a bran new girl at
Jonas McKenzlo John T Welch was
out from Louisville to visit relatives
lie is connected with an extensive fer
tilizer company Little Bessie the
bright twoyearold daughter of Mr
and Mrs L W Belhurum died Fri
day Mrs George Jones was hero froji
Mlddlcaboro a few days
A Venetian LoveSong
Tbo shadows have lengthened the
world Is asleep
Tbe stars over mortals In wonderment
And swift with song
My bark glides along
Till It rests neath thy lattice steep
The water are burnished and clear
my love I
And lit by heavens pale glow from
And the round ripples bright
Roll softly tonight
As they murmur of theo my love 1
Silent Is all neath the nights purple
Tbo moonbeam dance tbco a soft rou
And fragrant mists
Bv the cool waves kissed
Breathe close to thy marble facade
Beauteous dreams from the mermaids
Are wafted as Incense to theo from the
And pensive I sing
To the oars slow swing
My love thy watch I will keep
O slumbering world oer thy course
more show I
Ah I dark oycd love from thy dream
couch low
List while afar
My loved guitar
Breathes soft oer the dark water
The faint morn streaks where the stars
lately shone
And the freshenlngday oer the waves
Their rippling swell
Must sound a farewell
As I speed oer the waves alone I
Mother coming swiftly Why WU
llel Strike your little sister
Willie dodgedly Auntie made me
Malden AuntWhy Willie I said If
you did strike her I would never kiss
you again
againWithe etlll doggedly Well I could
not let no cbance HUa that slip
John Norris late of Frankfort is
filling a clerkship In one of R H Bat
sons storerooms
J C Hera phi 11 says that outing flan
nels will be ono of the leading fads for
gentlemen this spring +
Mr Moses Collier hal been nomina
ted by tbe democrats for coroner He
You will ba surprised when you see
the now spring suit that J C Hemp
hill will make to your measure for 110
W G Anderson sold a bunch of
shoat to Sweeney Morgan at 4u W
It Cook cold a mule to Logan laon for
The friends of Mrand Mrs H P
Noland will be glad to learn they did
not go to Seattle Wash to locate but
may reside In Tennessee
Mrs T S Elkin leaves In a short
lima to visit relatives In Georgia Mr
and Mrs 1 r Hamilton will depart
again soon for another sojourn In Mem
Rev A W Crawford late pastor of
the Paint Lick Presbyterian church
bas accepted a call to Franklin The
Presbyterians of that locality will now
be without a preacher
If you do not know what you need In
bill can assist you in making a selec
Lion ashe take a monthly fashion
journal that keeps him posted about
the styles
Mr and Mr J B Carter of Car
tersvllle have moved to this city and
have engaged board at the Hotel Gar
rard Mrs Letcher Owaley Is visiting
relatives In Covlngton E G Brown
has returned from a trip to Cincinnati
A new pleasure resort In the way of a
bowling alley Is now in process of ar
rangement at Sweeneys storeroom It
III to be run by two men from Ver
sallies and Is established under the
promise ot being conducted as an Inno
cent amusement
Mrs A H Rico of Nashville arriv
ed Wednesday to visit her parents Mr
and Mrs H A B Marksbury Miss
Stella Brown of Londou Is visiting
her father Mr Achilles Brown at the
Hotel Garrard Miss Hare of Jessa
mine IB tbo guest of Mr W McClel
land Johnston
The mistake in some of tbo papers
that Mrs Mort Scott was very ill bas
caused some amusement but tbo au
thority was the Jeffcrsonvlllo reporter
to the Courier Journal who stated that
Mrs Sweeney bad boon called to Gar
rard to the bedside of her sister Mrs
Mort Scott who was dangerously sick
Lancaster bas no local merchant tai
lor but J C Hempnlll has the exclu
live agency for The Royal Tailors of
Chicago who guarantee their work a
equal that of any local tailor In the
United States and their samples are
now ready for Inspection Leave your
measure and be convinced that this Is
The Blue Grass Graded School Tcur
nament will be held In this city in May
and the citizens will throw wide their
doors to entertain both the participants
and guests who will visit Lancaster at
that time Some eight or 10 towns of
the Blue Grass section will send pupils
and there will bo spirited contests both
In literary branches and athletic sports
A number of the leading citizens will
furnish prizes for the contests
Rev H N Faulconer whoso parent I
live bore and who regards this place as
his home is now holding a revival at
Newark O A paper of that city has
the following notice of his services
To be appreciated tbe preacher must
b < 3 beard His natlvo
oratory an at
tractive personality a One voice his
rich Southern accent and soul on Ore
go to make up a combination rarely
mot with It is safe to say that his su
perior as a gospel preacher bas not
been beard in our city Mr Faulcon
er Is now very successfully filling the
pulpit of a Presbyterian church at
Hillboro O
Gov W O Bradley was recently in
tervlowed at one of the Louisville ho
tell by a reporter of the Courier Jour
nal In regard to Garrards prospects for
tho now Southern railroad extension
He stated bo was confident this county
would secure this much needed enter I
prise that the route was the most prac
ticable and direct that the contiguous
territory was quite rich in product
and resources and that the Garrard
people were fully aroused to the impor
tance of the great advantage now with
in their grasp He seemed tabe fully
satisfied with his native countys claim
to this road to prosperity
George W irailt of South Gardiner
Me says I have had the worst cough
coldchllls and grip and have taken lots of
trash of no account but profit to vendor
Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only
thing that has done any good whatever
I have used only one bottle of It and
the chills cold and grip have all left me
I congratulate the manufacturers of an
honest medicine For sale by Craig
Hocker Druggists
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fi We Have Hung No Banners
Hut Just the same we are showing our customers the best prices and
best line of SUITS and OVERCOATS in town You can
I bny Clothing here al COST and some at less
i than cost If you are bargain
ust 1
n t
Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing r
i1 i
iiYour money back if youre not satisfied
1iJ mILLER HIRSCH Danville
M Successors to J L Frohman Co
We have just received a Large Assortment of
Spring Hats I
Of The
Very westShapes Ana Shanes s
A nice line of Boys Hats also See our Windows for the Newest Things
I make close estimates on work and
guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work
manship and material as will be attest
ed by any one of the many parties for
whom I have builded during the 15 years
that I have been in business here
I carry a full stock of Doors Sash
Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed 1
Lumber Lath Shingles Etc
I will duplicate anyprices offered
Bucket Pump And Wa <
t e Purifier
9It is the simplest device ror raising water Itls the easiest to adjust to any well
T n m It will not freeze It bas
It is very durable It wurta easiest
none of the objections common to pumps 1
Craig locker Stanford
For Accuracy and LowPrices

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