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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL
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1 PER YEAR CASH
ItWhen not opatdmsOO will be ehalKed
Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford tU
ettondclait matter
MORE NEWS NOTES
John PfefTer was killed In nenry
t
county by being kicked by a mule
The L S N la coining money SInce
July last Its earnings havo Increased
9484163
9484163Elmer
Elmer Pdfer a Louisville IZluttonate
two dozen sandwiches In 48 mlnutell
and won 325
Ed fodgen the notorious moonshin
er Bald to have killed three men was
captured in MetcaUe
Dr Wm F Aiken an ear and eye
specialist of Savannah Ga killed hIs
JK wife and then himself
Fire In upper storlea of the Cordova
Hotel at Memphis Teen caused a loss
0315000 Many guests escaped In night
clothesSixteen
Sixteen countlea In Mississippi for
the month endinp February 15 reportcd
557 cases of smallpox 126 of which
were fatal
Cbllllcotbo 0 Is the only city in the
country that baa lady street carcondi
torn and they are preparing to go on a
strike like men
Marshall Collins of Padncab has
stopped the elotmacblno bulsneaa In
that city by threatening to brerk the
machines with an ax
An epidemic of rinderpest Is kllll
boasts of burden In the Philippines and
the natives It Is feared will suffer on
account at restricted crops
James Hale a prominent young man
of Murray was killed while horsebai
rldlntr His horse ran under a tree
Halos head striking a limb
Native Filipinos are fond of dried
grasshoppers a standard article In the
markets An American who has tried
them says they taste like gingersnaps
A syndicate of New York and Eol
Huh capitalists will spend 94000000 IQ
the United States for equipment and
roling stock for a railroad In Ecuador
A crazed mother at Pitta burl threw
her t vo children In the Monongahe
river One was drowned and the otber
rescued but will probably die from ex
posnre George Ward n negro who shot and
klllnd Miss Ida Frankleatcn a school
teacher was taken from jail by a Terre
Haute Ind mob aad strung up then
burued The Beckham Hotel at Calhoui
named In honor of Governor Beckhan
was destroyed bv Ore together with
several other buildings Losses 930001
no Insurance
Charles Herbert suspected of hole
a fire bug ws strung un twice bv a
mob at Matteawan N Y in an effort
to make him confess He declared he
was not guilty
Two Chinese Christians from tbe
northern part of the province of Sha
SI report the massacre of 20 male and
female missionaries and nine children
who have been missing since October
W S Bfatcbley State geologist Say
y that the decrease In gas pressure in Ic
diana has been greater the last year
than any since gas was discovered ne
places the life of the Beld at four to five
years To the case against Ed Alvey accue
ed of running a Crap game at Louisville
four others accused turned stains evl
denco and bo win given a 8500 fine and
two years In the penitentiary The oth
ers were dismissed
The United States Steel Corporation
the gigantic MorganCarnegie Combi
nation Bled Its artlclesof Incorporatloi
In New Jersey Its capital stock Is tbi
ridiculous sum of 1000 divided into 30
shares of 8100 each
Superstitious people have eomethlm
to talk about since the birth of a son to
merehant S W Peter The child if
the 13th grandchild of Dr A D De
Bard born on the 13th of the month
13th hour of the day and weighed 13
poundsThn 18th child was born to Uov Ell
Jah Petty former representative from
Grant county It was a son and Is the
ninth boy to bless his home All the
children but one are living Tblrteer
and five ol
arc children of his Drat wife
his second
DoiijiTian Drake who died near Is
land McLean county a few days ago
aged 80 was the last of a family of 21
brothers and sisters This large family
was from the same father and mother
and till but one or two lived to be
grown and over half lived to be old
A terrific lire In Dlamondyille mines
at Kemmerer Wyo entombed 27 men
only one escaping All efforts to succor
the entombed rcen failed and there le
no doubt that all perished The fire Is
stilt raging In the colliery and the
a property loss will be enormous
Cblh Slu former grand secretary
and Hsu Cheng Yo were publicly be
bended In Pekln In conformance with
the demand of the Powers The farr
mer met his death fate in a dignified
manner walnlng from the cart calmly
and fearlessly Use Cheng Yo wan
tupefled with opium They were both
dressed In their Chinese ofliclal cos
tumes without the insignia of their
rank
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DEAFNFsS CANNOT m CURED
ly IncalapphcaUoo al thl cannot rpcb the dll
peed portion of theu There II only one war to
cure deatnessnd tint II lay eonttltutlonal rem
cites IJealnaw U eauwd by en InflamM condition
of the muooui lining ol tne Kuitachlin Tube
When this tube u rnUtmed you hire a rumbling
sound or Impede bearing and when It II entirely
clowd deafnwa litb result and unless lh inflam
maUoD can be taken out and this lube restored to
m normal condition bearing will be destroyed
JU
forever nine ciscs out of ten are caused by < u
tarrhwhich lanothiag but an IDtID1wed COD dl
muooaturLcn
turucrs
lion of the muoooi
Wi will tire one hundred dollars for any ease of
be cured
deafness caused by catarrh that cannot
free
catanb Cure Spud for clrcubn
l1alla
br F L CIIZNEY 4 CO Toledo O
Sold by DrugjiiU 75c i
HallsFually Illls are the best
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1 ROLL OF HONOR Stanford Male
Academy The following Is the report
of tho Stanford Male Academy for tbe
six montht ending Feb 22nd 1001
Grade ICae well Sautter 00 Wa
ter O Hopper 05 Joseph Murphy 01
James G Carpenter Jr 01 Chas n
Wright 90
Grade IIE Thomas Spoonamon
OS Allen J Coffey and Geo O Spoons
more 07 John N Monefee Jr P
Robert R Root 03 GGrlmes Beazley
and Winfrey M Duncan 02 H Clllv
Rupley 01
Grade III Richard M Williams
03 Cecil T Williams and Hubert C
Carpenter 07 George G Mcncfcc 04
Adam M Pence 03 G Edward Coop
er DlS
Grade IVRobert L Porter 90j
Miss Ella May Newland 07
The following were neither tardy
nor absent during the month Wtnf rej
Duncan John Monefee Robert Porter
George and Thomas Spoonamoro Cecil
Williams Chas Wright and Miss Elli
May Newland
Robert L Porter and Miss Ella May
Newland were perfect In deportment
the whole month
monthE
E L GRUDBS Prlo
MRS JENNIE F Guuuus Math Aest
PREACHERSVILLE Mrs Robinson
aged 65 and a widow died a few days
since of a complication of troubles Shi
was a splendid woman and a faithful
member of the Baptist church Our
Institute Is progressing nicely There
ire 66 students enrolled J Mt Rob
erts of Woodstock sold to W H Cum
mIns 23 yearlings at 21J B Hutch
es is building a nice residence Grip
Is raging heroWe are all hoping that
the Southern Railroad will come thro
Jreachersvllle Miss NellIe Hobbs Is
cry ill of pneumonlaCandldatea vis
It us dally We hope the men who can
get the most votes tn November will
win t
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VARICOCELE
No matter now serious your are maT be
or how lonit yon mal have had It oar
NEW METilOD TREATMENTwlU
It The wormy veins return to their
normal condition and hence the sexual or
sane recelre proper nourishment The
organs become vitalized and manly powers
return No temporary benefit bat a per
manent cure aurred NO CURE NO
PAY NO OPERATION NECESsARY
NO DETENTION FROM BUSINESS
STRICTURE
Thousands of young and middteared
men are troubled with this dJaeuemany
unconsciously They may have a smart
leg sensation harp cutting pains at
times weak organs and all tho symptoms
of nervous debility they bare STKIC
TORE Dont let doctors experiment on
you by cutting stretching or learogyou
Tble wilt not cure yoaLIt wilt return
Our NEW METHOD TREATMENT ab
sorbs the stricture tissue hence removes
the stricture permanently It can never
return Kopalnnostiflerln noiletentlon
from business by our method The sex
oat organs are strengthened the nerre
are Invigorated and the bUM of manhood
returns
Cures Guaranteed
We treat and cure JJtoon POISON
NERVOUS DEBILITY IMPOTENCY
STRICTURE VAKICOCULE SEMIN
AL LOSSES BLADDER and KIDNEY
DISEASES CONSULTATION FREE
BOOKS FREE CHARGES MODER
I ATE Htmsblo to call write fora CUES
T10X D1ANK for HOME Treatment
DRS
KENNEDY KERGAN
028 Walnut Ste CINcinnati 0
County Judge
JD SWOPE
JAS P BAILEY
For County Clerk i
GEOBCOOPERI
For Sheriff
A L CARPENTER
T J HILL
J M CARTER Sr
M S BAUGHMAN
GEO S CARPENTER
G C BAKER
For Jailer
DINK FARMER
GEO A EUBANKS
GEORGE W DeBORD
E D KENNEDY
W I HERRIN
J H RAINES
JOHN C PEPPLES
For Assessor
CHARLES L CROW
GUS McCORMACK
THALES H WRIGHT
WM LANDGRAF
SAMUEL M OWENS
JOE T EMBRY
M G REYNOLDS
CHARLES L DAWES
For Representative
M F NORTH
ANDREW W BUCHANAN
School Superintendent
GARLAND SINGLETON
MISS ANNIE McKINNEY
Senator
GEO T FARRIS
E W LILLARD
Magistrate
JA DUDDERAR
CATTLE LOST I
A dark brown twoyearold deer left the
Ilfrglns farm In tho East End of Lincoln
and a light red twoyearold steer left the
S W Glrcns farm Howard tor Inlormn
lon leading to their recovery
T W KINNEY Junction City Ky
ADAMS FISTULA CURE
Manufactured by J W Adams Co
Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure
tor bones and mutes aBllcted with Fistula
allevll Swloney Scratches Saddle Dolls
liard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel
Istemper c For sale by W n Mcltob
erte druggist Stanford if K Humphrey
Liberty O M Thompson IClngnlllel A K
aldwoll Wayncsbarpi Dunn tiros Dry
nUTllle Ky V It Compton M1I1edgevUo
Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrp Ky Cash 4 Mc
Clure Turnersrlllo J iL Vanhook McKtn
bey
RDILLEHAY
RDILLEHAYDANVILLE
DANVILLE ST
Manufacturer of
ERIOE I
And Dealer In
Lime Cement o o
Wrlto For Price
A P Bruce H C Bright
BRUCE iSt BRIGHT
DANVILLE KENTUCKY
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We extend n corJal Invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us < bell in
Danville and look over our
Big Line of Vehicles i
The Largest and Heat Assorted Stock in Central Kentucky All Bought For
Gash In Car Lots and Prices Are Right Too U D
Bruce Will Have Charge of Our
Complete Implement Department
And will be pleased to see his friends at all time Ike G Adler has charge
of our Harness Department which is an assurance
you can buy the
M Hand Made Harness in the State
From Us Very Respectfully
BRUCE BRIGHT
Clearance Sale I
Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium
HustonVille Ky
I Invite you to the SPEOIAL SALE during the month of February This means
money saved to you See our centre table loaded with
S25O SHOES AT 5OC PAIR
I Mens Shoes worth up to f 500 going at7bc a pair
I Entire stock of underwear to close at 25 percent oil
Calicoes 4c Ojc Brown Cotton 5c Ginghams 5c
Ask to see our men s shirts at half price
151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100
ArbuckleijGoffee 12Jc not more than 1 worth of sugar and coffee at this price This
is an honest cnt and not a merchants scheme to advertise This sale is for
cash only No goods taken back but will exchange when necessary Many
goods in this sale not mentioned in above for want of room We must
reduce our stock in the next 30 days to make room for spring goods
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PIANO FOR SALE
A Kino Upright Cabinet Grand Piano at a
bargain Apply nt this olltce
Residence For Sale Or Rent
A very desirable resldenco at ten room
with all nocary outbuildings Includln
ice house and table with Isrg garden at
tached The property is centrally located
In lIuston1lIll1 Possession linn at once
For term apply to Minn II V Logan hue
tonvllle or Latonla Ky
FOR SALE I
A Chance of A Life Time I
My Entire Block of
General Merchandise Store
House and Lot
For Sale or will sell my stock and rcntston
house and lot Host stand In Lincoln Co
I V STEELE llDKTOBVIUJC KY
NEW LIVERY STABLE
sw Brass t SKT tan
JUNCTION CITY KY
Turnout a Reasonable
FirstClass Turnout at Reasonable Halts
Special Attention io Traveling Men
Oratn and Hay For Bale
PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE
PREACRERSV ILL KV
The Oltlttcslon If title school will open
Jllnl 1001 Our course of study leas com
leto an that found In tho ordinary high
hool Including kitchen earilen and kinder
srtcn In tho primary department Tho
common school branches higher Mntbo
jallcs Science Language and tho Illblo
For further particulate address
J 0 McKrt Principal
J + G + j4cC1JA YI
t1NDE1r A1tEB
UNDESSAKERManufacturer
Manufacturer and Dcalearln
HARNESS SADDLER 60
tanford Ky
BEAZLEY HAYS
TUTDESTASEES
tJNDE1lrAXERSALSO
ALSO DULla la
Furniture MatUIIJsRuJ8
And Wall Paper
They will Exchange Furniture for aU
kinds of Stock Give them
a call 1rlces right
STANFORD KENTUOK
To Ttc 0en7ocrats or Llpcolt
County
At a meeting of tho Democratic Count
Committee held in Stanford Ky on Mon
day Jan 14 1001 the following resolution
were adopted ordering a primary lectloi
to be hold on Saturday tho 16th day 01
March 1001 to nominate democratic cundl
dates for county offices to be votes for at
the November election 1001
RESOLVED let That a primary oloctlor
be held In the nrlou voting iirccliictn In
Lincoln county on Saturday the 16th dRY
of March next between the hour of a a n
and 4 p m for the purpose of nominating
candidates for the following ofllces to 00
voted for at tho regular November election
1001 to wit County Judge County Clerk
County Attorney HhcrllT Jailer County
Superintendent Schools County Surveyor
Assessor Iloprcsentntlvo for the County
Coroner Justice of tho Pcaco and Constable
In each of the four magisterial district ol
Lincoln county
REHOLVFI Sd That each person desiring
to become a candidate at Maid primary elec
tion for any of the offices hereinbefore
named shall on or before 12 oclock noon
en the lat day of March 1001 notify tho
Chairman of tho County Committee of his
Intention to become a candidate and pay to
tho Treasurer of this committee the fall
amount of tho assessment required of each
candidate to defray tho necessary and
and proper expenses of holding said prima
ry election
electionJIKSOIVKD 3d That at said primary
tlectiotiall rttrwnt jioMruing the necessary
legul yiuiifcttiu7i of ivifre UTIU are demo
rata and will feel in honor bound to sup
fart the nominee thereof without reference 10
which democrats hare
in < i questions about
differed in the State or national politics are
cordially insitl are expecttd and are en
itltd to role intaid primary election
RESOLVED Ath That all minor tdlO
are democrats ana who will become of age
lefore the Aotwiter election 1001 and pro
wte to support the nominee thereof are
ntitltd to vote in said primary election
UNSOLVED 6th That each candidate for
tho following olflces shall pay the following
mounts In order to havo his name printed
upon the ballots and to be voted for at said
prImary election
ouhtv Judge C40 00
iherllt 35 00
Jounty Attorney 40 00
Clerk 40 00
tounty
Jounty Suporlntcndont of schools 40 00
issossor SO 00
Jailer 15 00
tepreHontatlvo for tho County S 00
HESOLVEO Oth That said primary election
hall be held under and conducted In strict
ccordanco with tho laws of this Common
wealth regulating and controlling tho con
duct of primary elections
W 8 Boner R C WAIWEK
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We will keep in stock at all times a handsome lino of Q
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Also Farming Implements In addition we wll handle all kinds of 0
grain Worn Oau Hay ftc Hoping you will favor the now
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Q W A CARSON
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A WELL ASSORTED STOCK t
OF HAMBURG EDGINGS
wEe PERKINS
a Crab Orchard Ky
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New Goods New Firm I
And Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Find
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Everything Perfectly Frestji
And IOU line a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will
bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and tee us
I W W SAUNDERS CO
Phone 88 110 West Main Street t
N NM1 1tiN 1 1 L1111 K N
We IISTO a Full Line of
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Ledgers JourQolsv
S Day and Cash Books t
For thoNewlYcar Good Go xl > l Ixjwjlrlcej i
Store
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TKLKIIIOXE NO 2
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The souttiern mutual Investment COi
OF LEXINGTON KY
INSVRANCE REVEIZSEI7I
Wo pay while you live Old Line Companies pay when
yon die Which do you prefer 1
Over 300000 paid in Living Benefits
Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus
00000 Paid in Maturities in September
Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or John G Aus
tin Special Agent Bradfordsvillc Ky
W B McROBERTS
DRUGGIST
Freshest of Drugs
and Sundries I
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At Lowest Pricesi t
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