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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jLNEWS NOTES John King need 23 committed sui cide In the wood near liucknor by ibootlop Prank 0 Ilobaritoa ouo of Hoojo volts rough rdo a uomraltttx tulaldu at Wlohlta J D Ilcnckor iho weuhhlett citizen of Grunt county U dead Ua was worth e2jooo Judge E C UKcar was fined recently fur trepaMlntf while hunting near Wllllnmnburjr Vivo hundred clear maker In New York city went on a ttrtko ocalnni u reduction of wages Jacob Gordon a Lou 11110 clerk has filed a petition In bankruptcy LUbll Itlc 1013515 nwetfl MO Four convlell were killed and two wcro Injured by a falling wall at the old Qtato prleon nt Naebvlllo Tho Central University cloven beat 1tbo WathlnRtonLoo University team 23 to 0 at Charleston W Va Col II C Syraond who was povorn ImentcommisearyIn LouUvlllo during war LouUvlllo f Two foot ball player wore killed In Illinois Tbunktglvlnc Proiton Todd at KcniliiRton and Tom liedat Chi cago MUt Eugenia VaihlDgton great grandniece of George Vnihlngton and one of the founders of the D A 11 U dcau Two Mormon older from Suit Lake City were bunteD ducked In a tond and olhorwUe maltroated In South line Ratyi propoied tunnel from Europe to Africa under the Straus of Gibraltar would bo 14 tulle IB length and would coat 813000000 Tbo imputation of the Indian T rrl lory It 3U1IMO an luoreo of H7fi pi cent WUooBiln has Incrsoied 22 0 percent and boasts of 2 HI8W8 The luitnlerntlon nntorltl at Now Urieeo attained soma Porto mean oooiraet labor boMlug tbaL tby ate clUseoe of Ute United Statue It hat been discovered that Itmbes alor Drown of tbe Carman Katlonnl hank of Newport lost ImmotHtt furas of money In nook tMKNtatloa Tho Rain of Ml per cent In popula tlon In 10 years show that Oklnbumn t forging right to the froat for inenber chip In the great tltl rbood of Statue George II Ihllllp wbo cornered the corn market cleaned up 190000 on tbo deal stud says ha will hereafter confine himself strictly to tho commlmlon burs nCII Emma Van Llew pleaded guilty Van Wert 0 to murdorln j Mis helcare prUontncnu In u typhoon durlnejlho latter part of October at Tournno 1600 or 1000 lives wore lout and 4000 rendered bomele Tho newt was brought by the steams Id lumj MIme Over 100000 saw lojfs valued at 8750 000 which had been carried away by the recent high water In the tributar lee of tho Ohio passed Louisville on l their way down the river V What It said to bu tho largest cargo of calico that has ovenbeon received at the port of Now Yorkjwas landed thero recently Ono hundred taud one thou sand two hundred and sixtyseven sack arrived on the HoU lino steamer Ca vour front Santo The roof of a Sun Francisco glass factory loll with about 75 people who wcro watching a foot ball game They were thrown on rod hot furnaces and Into liquid glues vats Nino wore killed by being slowly roasted to death and ut least 50 other were badly Injured Kansas will In 1001 celebrate the tiOth t anniversary of her admission Into tho union as a territory by holding an In toratato exposition In Topeka The promoters of tho enterprise promise that by this chow Ins will display heisclf In a very favorable light at a great State- According to u special list just lor- warded to the school for tho deaf at Danvillo by the director of tbo census there lire in IContuoky74l deaf persons In tbo State undor 21 years of age Of these 3SO are males sad 352 females One hundred and nlnetynlx are reported deaf only five dent and blind 12 deaf dumb and blind Three pairs of twins In three years Is tho record of a West Virginia woman who seems tgbo doing more than her P share In obeying the scriptural com mand to multiply and replenish tbo earth If manyof the women do like wise there will be no telling how much population Wet Virginia will have at tho and of iho next decade It has been learned that Wliliu Gibsons atop eblld whom ho murder cd was insured for 8200 In hU favor lie no doubt thought by slowly tortur ing hU victim she would die and no ono would ever know the cause and then he would got the money and als hot rid of one be so bitterly hated All rumors of Gibsons capture have provo ovadesIthe citizens of Catlettsburg and Ashland About 300 wen arc scouting for him Kentucky Wc loan ollogd Is to bare a tbrea story dormitory with IS rooms It U now reedy for ihu slate roof Tbo bear poisoning epldctnlo has spread to London from Manchester Many samples of beer have been found to contain arsenic Fifty thousand barrels of beer corn prUlng 7C train loads la the record cargo of tho Impress of China destin ed for American consumption In tho Philippines Hookkeeper IlobcrtWInstel of the looted Gorman National Dunk of New port hat confessed and as u result warrants for the arrest of five others ore expected to bo lonued Two of theo are not connected with the bank but are the betting commissioners of Frank Drown ibo absconding assistant cash lens Tho Meadows block at Fulton burned Saturday It was the mot modern block In that city end contained n ho tel opera house and a large number of stoma Tho low It 210000 with Insur anon of about 8100000 Boyd Reid a leapedfromrlouIlojuroo District President Woods of tho United Mine Corkers says his organ ore are encountering rough treatment In Hopkins county lie hat employed attorney and will take out warrants for tbo won licensed of assaulting emls eerie of the union Tho mines at Em pire and Sebree are still running Somo men are out but tho operators main rain that their placet pare been filled The minors at Earllngtoo Bra defiant sad little effort hat been node to or ganlto a union ut that place The present railroad mileage In Kentucky It g065 8S miler Their earn Inge for the year oodles June 30 1900 prevloueyoarsThe and the tptal net earning 871151015 This how an Increase over the pre il of J3WO812 gross and 81 7igi vet The total number of em Itloyes Injured IB the Stato during the year was ttSO The total number killed was 41 The total number of pateW vw and persons other than employe Injured was 108 The total number of same killed was 00 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The rcoent Udo In the Cumberland brought 38000 logs to Wllllamtburg Mr Win Urrndon aged 78 and the oldest woman In Jetsamlco It dead D C Terhuno of Mercer the well cancerrand Mrs Eli Coffey of Rockcas tie celebrated their golden wedding tho other day- Pulaekls Qvuwcek corm of circuit court adjourned Saturday Five were given penitentiary sentences C W Ilnnfro has bon appointed tmaiier at Clio Pulatkl county and B fl Clarke at Rye Whltley county D P Armor hat on exhibition n handsome wall clock that Is guaranteed to run two years without winding Richmond Register J Tbomas Cherry onset Brodhcada liberal merchants eays hg will glvo pikey line The patrons of tho free schools ut Somerset are very much excited over the nppcaranoe of scarlet fever In tho oily thuro being some half dozen eases and one death Joe Lynn a citizen of tho Cllfty neighborhood whllo sitting alone near u big fire tell Into the Ore and was so severely burned that it Is thought he can not live Somerset Paragon Cage New introduced by lobo defense In tho case of G I1 Addcrholdt charg ed with killing Robert hungry at Som erect icsilllcd thus ho did the killing blmAolf Addorholdt was released at once Parsons unknown at present who have been rocking George Knuckles house on Straight Creek flail county for tho past 10 days woro shot by Gue Smith Tney escaped but left traces of bloodJ Keano of Junction Oily has broken ground fur his new store build ing on the lot where Tunics drugstore Was burned Mr Keano will erect a handsome brick building with a largo cellar Part of the basement will bu used for a meat market rho following Is sent from BlgCreek Circuit court of three weeks session has just closed at Manchester the convIctionsI llbortmy reigns supreme In tho 11th Congres sional district Killing on as usual PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely Infomuflou siren Mrs ieorite long at gttong her twike rvfrjr night She litd tried IIKIIV worw until rriiifilln crt fairylIrohina st1 awIIroRr x Ont battle cued her sad she writes tlili 9martelow iiirtllclna ok o cured Mr I ing ofa M ver tUckofmumonU Bucli cures ira potllln renalInrt IvBOc rod SI Every ladle Riiuanterd TriAl bottles free nt Jenny VrullSloru LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J L Shannon sold to A II Smith a harness guiding lor IDS Aloha 2nd woo the Magnolia Stakes at Now Orleans Saturday 0 P Huffman bought of J N Moo efee live butcher cattle nt 2o J W Baugbrnan sold the five calves advertised In this paper at 840 Tom Manuel sold to a Boyle county party 200 thook of taro at 75o Plying Jib 2Q4 is living at his ease at Rancho Del Valle near Plcasanton Gal Squire Royalty of Mercer bought rcoHiitly 1400 barrels of corn at 8150 to 81 75 C T Hotion of tho We6tEDdRold to Hudson of Atlanta 20 mules at 8100 and 30 at 02 J L Shannon has moved back to tho Moran form which was rented this year to J K Bauphman JOlt SAIzI have one 4 year old Polled Angus bull for tale also oOzood sheep J W Baughmnn 2t nan Bros told tbelr lino sorrel gold Ing The Conqueror to Thomas W Mack of Boston for 11110 J C Hays sold to LUIard of Anderson six 000pound cattle at 305 He told to Beazloy Bros a lot of corn at 82 Wood bought of Eli Coffey and Fred Hahn a large bunch of sheep at 3 sad a yoke of oxen for erOMt Vernon Signal A corner hat beon made on eggs In Chicago and that commodity la now worth 18 cents In the Windy City The operators have already made 1500000 and their profits have only begun Charlton Alexander Jr of flour bon sold toS S tho noted ox port cattle men 631 cattle to bo ship wd to England the price paid for the bunch being over 8IC000 At Harrodsburg court yesterday there was a demand for mules but the 280 rattle on the market found It dull Those sold went at from Ii to 3fe The Atrium 203 sold for 838500 at thq FaslgTiuton sale In view York John J Soan nell uhatrman of Now Yorks Fire CommUeloc and a lifelong inland of Richard Croktr was tho purchaser At J C King sale horses brought from 810 to 870 milk cows 80 to 825 bogs 4 00 corn U 78 to 92 household and kitchen furniture and funning Im plementt sold well Col Peter Chandler tbo auctioneer tolls us a good crowd was present One of the finest bunches of fut cattle that ever loft this county consisted of 27 cornfed steers sold by Brother An thong manager of St Roan farm to Fox ft McDowell of Boyle and shipped by them to Jersey City for export trade The cattle averaged just 1500 pounds each and 10 of the number are barely 2 year old Thoy wore high grade Shorthorns and Polled Angus The price paid ut the stairs here was 4SO They brought the oleo sum of 8104 J SprlncOeld News Lender bIOK EY T II Singletons school ut South Fork closed last Friday Tliden wll attend medical lectures in LouUvlllo thlt winter Several persons from Ibis place will likely attend the Inaugura flan of Gov Beokbam next Tuesday Mrs Ann Lowder of Indiana Is vis iting her son Dr W L Lowdcrof this place Ex Reynolds of Stanford la visUIng his brother Edgar tbis week Mrs U L Crow spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs W R DavidsonI of Elllaburg Norman True formerly of this place but now of Cincinnati Is among rela rives and friends here Rev W R Davidson boa removed from this place to Elllsburg Casey county Preaching at tho Baptist church by Rev Georgo Green was well attended last Sunday Paris Vaught who has been In Illinois for tho past year has returned to hi a bornu at thU pla- ce11UJI1 1HEVENTED Among the tout of thousands who have used Cnamberlalns Cotujh Remedy for colds and la grippe during the past- few yciits to our knowledge not a tingle case has resulted In pneumonia Time Whllllelil Co 240 Wabash avenue ObI cago ono of tho most prominent retail druggist in that city in speaking of this says We recommend Chamberlains Cough Hcmcdy for la grippe In many cn ens it not only gives prompt and com plete rocovury but also counteracts any tendency of In grippe to result in pose mania For sale by Craig L Uockcr Druggists tNear Midway Ertlll Wilholtc u white boy 14 year of age was shotand killed by Sam Johnson u Negro of about the samo ago Look out I a solos to shoot you sold the Negro pointing the gun at Wllhoito The ox plosion followed and the charge struck Wilholto In tho bowels He only two mlautoaD13tIAAlt81A011 NERVE was tho malt of hit iplcndlil health Indomit able will and trcmendoui energy am not round where Stomach Liver Kldneya and lloweU out of order II you want lhe e qualities sad th iiicceii use Dr Llf 111U Thor develolererIowrof train and body Only 23c at ht LANCASTER I Ora one more volley on the retreat Fred P FrUbfo has gono to Louis vlllo on business Prof Secrest of Klrktvlllo attended the contest on Thursday night Judge J C Hcmphlll it having sev eral changes made In Garrard Hotel all of which were needed The new landlord will arrive In a tow sage The Central University foot ball team Wild defeated here by the Lances ter team on Thursday 11 to 0 Our team seems to bo Invincible but if It were called work they would not play half to well Many friends and relatives attended the funeral of Dr W N Hush on Fri day The funeral discourse by Rev Wolford was a justly deserving tribute to the memory ofa worthy man an eminent physician and one who will bo sadly missed in Ibis county Hon John T Hays is the father of another democratic roe who wilt soon bo large enough lo vote I regret to hear that Mr A C Robinson bOD the tick list but I learn that he Is not serl ously III Clerk Duncan has Issued 35 marriage licensee in four months Circuit court convened again on Sat urday and the day was consumed by hr guments of counsel In the fcaee of C B Rouse k Co against W A Wallace Co The closing argument U being made this Monday morning after which the cato will be finally submitted to the jury A tee of 83100 was allowed Hill McRoborts and J S Owsley Jr for services in the case of Isabella P Walk er c against the assignee of A K Walker ct they having recovered valuable lands and other property for plaintiff The above named attorneys and Col W G Welch attended court last Saturday- I have lately ascertained that It is Casey countys time to name the demo cratic candidate for State Senator In a talk with Senator Furrit be sold that bit would not break the old rule but that If Casey does not InMst ho will be a candidate for the nomination Our democrats believe that he should be endorsed and they lOre confident that he can be re clotted The first declamatory contest of representatives from the public schools of Garrard county was held at the opera houeo under the directorship of Miss Eliza Luslr county superintendent and Mitt Amanda Anderson apubllcecbool teacher There were 11 contestants and the first prize a gold medal was won by Miss Margaret OHearn of Valkere Schoolhouse subject Old Ace The silver medal was won by Miss Annie Burk of Point Leaven An 01dl1aoaStory Mrs Timothy Logan aged 05 sled at tbo family residence seven miles from town on last Friday of paralysis Funeral service were conducted by Rev A J PIke on Saturday and the remains were followed by relatives and friends to Lancaster cemetery for in torment She wus a devoted member of the BapiUt church and she will be kindly remembered by many friends 13ha Is tbo etop mother of J M and U T Logan two of our moat prosperous merchants their father surviving her CEDAR Eli Hog killing Is In full bleat Farmers ore backward about gather log their corn A good deal of It is out Elder J G Livingston filled the pulpit at Pine Grove Sunday and preached tin able discourse Zack Plummer a highly respected citizen U very at his home Mrs McFaddcn of Laurel county Is visit Ins her daughter Mrs Calvin Whltt She U one of the most dovout cbrls lane that we have ever met She cope she has not missed u day reading some portion of tbo Scripture for 00 years J P Chandler reports u rood crowd at tho sale of Julius and Daniel Jess wine near Krlger post ofilce Horses sold from 87 to 82S cows from 818 to 824 corn at 81 75 per barrel 150 shocks downte plentiful In that section Farming tools and household goods sold well Paul Krugcr had left Franco declar lag ho will not stop In hIs work until lid has regained the Independence of the South African republics Ho was given ovations ell through Northern Franco and Belgium but was Ignored In Cologne where ho now Is The Our man government has suppressed all demonstrations arranged in honor Ho will not bo received formally In Berlin and Emperor William will ar range his Iravollng dates so ua to make 1as Interview inconvenient A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lalnlI Pain Balm For ale by Craig Rocker Druggists nearngrandson 1 ti rhl I o illl tt Dont Delay111 if1 Delays are Dangerous I Now is the t Time tolt IIrJWe carry immense lines26c up i for Famous Royal Silk Plush IT l PAYS TO TIIADE AT f j 1 THE GLOBE 1m tiI11 iYllurVoney back If youre not satisfied t l jjiiF1t7niThor iI T I j r Tti =t l JasHi JE1Irym1 Has the Largest and Best Line of Ready Made Clothing Douglas erything found in a firstclassDry Goods Store JAMES FBYB Hustonville Ky Trusses i Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hocker Stanford A tiHHH liltletlNN A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY g I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work attestledg I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Bliuds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc S I will duplicate any prices offeredIII w aewmaoeaeaanae natttAe FRESH SUPPLY Always on hand Give it a trial George H Farris Do If You Should Get SicktSend your Prescription to Pennys Drug Stop Stanford Ky We use onlylthe best medicines o1t t t i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a STASFOIW Kv Drc 4 1000 i E C WALTON TUB attorneys for Caleb Powers tiled a blanket brief in tho case and if they neglected to allege any reason for are versal of tho verdict it wasun error of the head Among numerous and sun dry other things they allege that tho indictment was defective the Instruc tions wero erroneous that evidence of coconspirators was not competent that tbo Taylor pardon was valid that the trial judgd was guilty of ml coD r duct and eo forth and so on Like dy ing men they are catching at straws IIbutthey will hardly be able to confuse confound the appellate court The udgment is a most righteous oncand if it doea not stand there is little use for the courts In Kentucky Gov MOUNT who is soon to rellnq ish the duties of an otlice that he has disgraced by violating his oath In the protection of fugitives from justice reo carda himself aa the wholo thing In Indiana and assumes to decide ques tions In which the courts alone seen to have jurisdiction Under the impres sion that ho is tho whole shooting match bo holds that the constitutional amendments voted on in that State failed because they should have received a majority of all electors Instead of all votes cast The courts will doubtless show the old farmer that what he doesnt know about law would fill many a volume TilE unspeakable Deboe being do elrous of continuing his per diem per day foranother six years announces his candidacy for reelection to tho U t Senate Kentucky never bad a worse misfit of a Senator than she has In him and she will profit by experience and never permit herself to be so out raged again When Lindsay walks the plank for Blackburn and Doboa is re tired to obscurity by Gov McCreary the Blue Grass State can again hold up her head und look her more forttinato ulsters In the face FINDING that thou can nut have the manufacture and sale of liquors prohibited by law the W C T U will go after Congress for a law to prohibit the adulteration of whisky These good women claim that a quart of whisky can be bought for 31 and adulterated so that It will bring 810 Should tbey succeed in securing tho passage of anti adulteration law they will accomplish two results jrpditclng the sale of whis ky and give those who drink it the pure article TUB evil that moo do lives after them and sometimes is not discovered until they are dead It has just been found out that George Grllllths deceas cd for 13 years the trusted clerk of the board of education of Cincinnati stole over 100000 which be succeeded in doing and hiding the fact from the board by mews of false receipts David said In his baste that all men are liars He might have taken his time and said that a big majority of men seem to be thieves CALEH POWKIIS will soon know bin fate His lawyers have filed their briefs and Attorney General Breckin ridge will tile his fur the Common wealth tomorrow when the case will be submitted With the impartial trial accorded him by Judge Cuntrlll and the strong case against him there teems little hope for a reversal THE question that Is bothering us is bow Hon John W Yokes expects to move the otllco of internal revenue to Danville should he be appointed commissioner Certainly ho would not leava Little Britain and equally oar tarn It is that he will not be to move the ofllce as be did thecollector8 prom Richmond TUB supreme court of Georgia has decided that documents are of legal force without the stump imposed by the war tariff Cblef Justice Lumpkin n rendering the decision said that the State did not recognize the right of the Federal government to Impose a barrier on the legality of its documents TUB Louisville Legion the prido of the State as well as the city until It was reorganized without authority and for partisan purposes is numbered among the things that were Gov Beckhura has very properly bad Itmus tered out and will reorganize It on le gal and proper lines TUB New Jersey democrats are said o be moving to havo Grover Clove and given a complimentary nomina tion for U S Senator Judging by tbo expresidents recent course a compll 1T mont from the republican party would be more In tho nature of tho eternal fit nest of things TUB police of Lexington raadoi12 ar rests in November 61 of which wero for drunkqnoftss No wonder the good W CTU women whose president lives la that wicked city want tho tnaklngof whisky stopped or a purer i und better orLIlc If made at all t t TUB salt trust put the price up from 05 cents to 82 a bag and hog killing time is right upon us too These Rood things as Senator Scott calls the trusts always raise the price of neces aides at the time they are most necoa wary Tim lather of twin boys tlL Somerset denied vehemently that ho named them Taylor and Finley Wo thought ho hud better sense than to so burden his offsprings Till election returns at last all in show that there are 215103 people In the State who do notapprovo of attaal nation and who stand for tan and order LO hAt noon yesterday tho Congress began Its second eoitttnn under unusually Interesting circumstances Presi dents IE ess a ijo was communicated 10 both houses Its most striking feature Is an exhaustive review of the Chinese situation There Is tbo usual recital of benevolent Intentions toward tho Fill pluo a recommendation for un army of 100000 and a reiteration of the ne cessity for passing llamas Shipping Subsidy Bill for tho relief of destitute millionaires POLITICAL Puddln Head Deboe wants to be reelected tthc Senate The yaw Jersey Legislature stand 10 democrat to 62 republican- C P Chenault has resigned assccre taryof the election commissioners Ill health made him do so The Second regiment K S G has been ordered to prepare to attend the inauguration at Frankfort According to olllclal and unofficial but trustworthy election returns Me Kinleys plurality over Bryan was 877 718 It was 071274 In 1800 Congressman Charles A Boutelles condition Is such that bo was unable to bo present at the opening of Congress Tbe oath of olttao was administered to Mr Samford us governor of Ala bama by Ida sona notary public Guy Samford Is said to bt recovering John G Wooloy prohibition candi late for president of tho United States received over 500000 votes Twice AS many prohibition votes were oast in Kentucky this year as last your Gov Beckham appointed Gen D It Murray to be adjutant general to Oil tbe vacancy caullel by tbo resignation of Goo Castleraau and made Percy Haley assistant adjutant general Gov Bradley has filed a petition for rehearing In tbo minor State olllces To tbo layman It would seem that these cases have been heard tmUlclenlly nod that it Is about time the public bad heard thaIaat of them The first bill In the House yesterday was a blow at the South It was Introduced by Representative Crumpacker of Indiana and provides for a reduc Lion of the congressional representation from Southern States AlB 2onerenca of those Interested in ship eubsldUs with Senators Frye and Hanna and Representative Grot venor It was decided to rush the Sub sidy bill through Congress and in the Senate it will be put ahead of the Phil ippine bill After simple services at the family residence at St Pjal Saturday the body of Senator Cushman K Davis was placed In the receiving vault of the chape at Oakland cemetery The cer monies wero largely attended and many distinguished people were among the mourners- A telegram from Wllllamsburg says The friends here of Charles Finlcy have been assured by persons Intimate ly associated with Govelect Durblnof Indiana and some of his associates In olllce that no requisition from Gov Beckham of Kentucky will bu honored for FInleys return or that of W S TaylorGov Beckham granted a pardon to John McDowell colored the oldest convict In point of service confined In the penitentiary He was sent up from Whltley county In 1832 for life Dur ing his 18 years of service McDowell had been a model prisoner Ho bad no friends on the outside and prepared his own petition for pardon Tho gold In the U S Treasury mounts to 474103330 or about 870 000000 more than in 1S9U and within 200000000 of tho entire gold supply of the country on the last day of 1890 when it was estimated at 602047212 The estimated amount Nov 11000was 1080027407 and it is probable that tho report for Dee 1 will shbw at least 81 100000000 The Treasury olllciuls are confident that the round sum of 8475 000000 in the Treasury gold holdings will soon be attained and that oven 500000000 is not beyond reasonable expectations The South seems to have tired fore Inir fret all win In the trout In the 12 States of Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Texas Missouri and Virginia Mr comparediththn great democratic stronghold he lost 110433 although the population Increased 37 percent during the de IIStlLtCIIincreased vote and these four broke away four years ago from tbo demo cratic columns These results show that even the solid South can not be kept solid longer unless there is a rcj turn to first principles and a stop put11 to the populists is M tts A w TF1 STORE I aC l The Store That SavesYouMoneyR On Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings AVo illustrate a fe bargains taken at random Iron many hundreds that abound throughout every depart mont Lack of space preVents enumerating till hut your Ibndesl bargain hopos will bo more than lCI1Jiz tl when your eyes behold what is in store fur you hero 500 pairs of Ladles Kill Gloves black tan worth II end SlS m 60c Ladle Yarn Mittens offered you In this tale at only lOc Ladies Gaumlett Gloves worth 05c at 25c through this tale Ladies Belts Ladies Patent Leather Belts Gilded Edge with nice Harness Buckle worth 50c our brice 2rlC Ladles Black Leather Hells hook and eye fastenings worth 23c at 16C Table Linen 60Inch Red Plaid Table Linen worth 25c special price 2c GI leh Red Table Linen only He Shoes and Boots Boys and girls eolltl loather school Shoes worth pair go in this great ton satlonnl sate nt oOc 60 of ladles Sample Shoe worth f160 special price bug as they last tfa Cloaks and Capes Just received 200 Dmiblo Cares fur lined worth 3160 special price C8o Lathes allwool Jackuu at 2 OS f350 and S4H will coat you double the price we ink in say other shire In town fliililrens Reefer Jitckebi at OScfl 43 f 9S worth double the price Ladies you mutt tt our Jacket and Capes to appreciate the great bargains we have M oiUr Yn guarantee to nave yon from 4o to f 0 per rent cm any Jcckut or Cape D Extra heavy steers aro reported at to C 15 in Ulnulnnull butuher ulcer 21 to 485 heifer Si to 4c stooKern and feeders 2k to 4c hogs 4 j to 4 SO sheep 21 to 34U A man answering the description of Gibson the Catlettsburg child mur derer U under guard at Richmond- A six ycnr old son of Wm Thnrp u prominent farmer living near bulUvlllo was Kicked to death by a muleF P Combcat bought in Casey a ear oad of fut hoes at 4o +DKAPNKSt CANNOT JlK ClltEnl- iy Inral nr pHc llon as boy canuolr ich tbo olla easel of lUe ear Tliere li only one ylcJ cure dofnesssrdthat U by conitllullonal game din Ho fufM Is cauicU by in intltiunl condition ftftlin luiiruut of the Kuttarhlin Tube VfhO thl tutiegvti inflamed you have a rumlt II Bound or itupttftcl bearing anti when ll If entirely tlm l ileufnna It the result and untMa lb tntlaooaatlou can he Ulrln out and tube Ifltored toll noriml ronilllon brarlnf will be tlmrofril forever nine ease out of ten are cauvM catarrh which It noiblng but an entliwcJ con dltlon ol the mucous tiirficri We will give one humlml dollar for soy case of drafnmi Urt catarrh that can not he runt by labs Cuptnh t ire Send for riwulare free F5 CIIENKY CO Toledo O Sold h1 DrnreUtl 7V Ilalla Family lllla are the bast I At my residence on tliu Crab Urchtrd and llro li iid road S ratio Southeast of Crab Orchard on Saturday Dec sth I will ell tho ftillonlaff delrlblllrollCrt consisting of hones cattle hog htlel ole Two mares 3 milk good calves two yniirold Shorthorn Lull four meat tinge nix 10Uiounil shoats tliorouglibru Poland China boar 8 IIIMI of sheepome farming tools plows harrows lOOJl ntc too tedious to mention olao J stacks of liny Terms mode known an dRY of sale iS4t AMUFI DAVIS l Of Stock and Farming Implements I will Oil Wednesday Dec XQ 1900 fell at public outcry to the highest url best bidder heat ofzanier sumo broke IS head of cows toad calves yearling Shorthorn bull 5 horses 2 combined mares years old standard bred mart In foal to IUAII dard bred horso 18 shouts and n general line of fnrmlni Im lament hockn fod der Lit McKINNEY McKinney Ky SaleI will sell at public uiiRtlon at the obi Pum MUldliiton place near Walnut Flat on Weilnusday lee Sth the follilvrlnjf person al property con Utlnjc of pr aytarold maro I aged work horso Rood bug cv mure I 8yearold roflkaway horse a yearold unbroke horso weanling English lluntcr colt 13 yoarllnc steers 0 helfuM t extra tine high grad iielfer filMY hull calf months old 2 llnw cows with bull calf S7 extra stock owes stud one buck ono tinder mower and one and twohowo hay rake t dump cart 1 now tongneli M culti vator I disc t ahorse corn planter Shorso power and nnll cutting box turn Inc plows 1m general fern Implements BIo rockaway and buck board nice ole for doublo team A lot of lumber ISO cedar telephone IlolclI 85 at Ilaydon eta Ion balance on place Somo hay and corn liMionks of barrel guru apple Tintcar Will also sell ill household and lichen furniture Incluillng piano Will tell lease on sly acres of clover land good lundfor year 1001 n F OA1NES- t f Jl x Clothing Never before good rcliiililo cloth- Ing ottered at the priett we are offering them during ihit grunt sensational bargain sale Wo lire omloAilitl with henry Suits mid Overcoats COIl low prices will sell them quicklyt own se toryotir olfnml you will Una out that we can sell you n Suit of Clothes Ovocoat or Odd Punts for about half what any other merchant will ask yon for the same gootl14I puntsIinalour Inw price Mouaheavy 180ISty come and sae Mens JeantOMU regular 12 quality at OSo Special bargains In Mens sad llojri lined 1uekot Mens black and HUe Cheviot Snits fT value at 208 nciiu fineit Ciutom made Suit 36 dlftvrtmt styles to Mlwt from will rust you 12 MIn anr oHier store our price only ttt 5 WoolI The LOUISVILLE STORES BANBY Manager Stanford Icyy PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE Public PUBLIC SALE i 0 I will tell at anrtion at the More land farm Moreland Station on Wtdnm day Dec 15th tliu following described property Fourteen age mules well broku sad good unen one ttrew yesr nld saddle mare lmnJ oir sorrel more lays hands foaled IsflS lured by frank Sturge Scull Elkhorn sired bv ling Nut wood dam 1nto lIohllb br oor matt VHkiM 29K 3 dam Ito Delta by A mont UbluC 301 3 dam llixu Oodilard liv Indian Chief 833 I dam by Huwln Forest 49 S dam a saddle mare Hlio Is nlrely broke sound and at nice inure ae In the country Four good 3boroe wagon obey era foisted In lMl sound nlfe and a stepper sired by Dr Hooker 2aV4 Also a nlco geldln licon a mlle In ySH at 3yearold bv Oratorio IilJ dam bait Uln thu ltd one In 51 K Two geldings saddle hOI one nyear old mule 3 milk cow und calve- sbladenI 2 good an nnw 2 2liorm cultivator mower and raku buggy nml harne t Sete wagon Immeai Vorinllllon feed cut ter Tiger dIsc harrow spring tooth liar row 1 Frazier curt S Oliver Chilled plows hllflllnCIIAand two ayenrold flllles will also be sold Terms made known on dav of sale W IL tOUt Morsland Ky A FEW POINTS OF SUPKUIOKITY IN TIm Radiant Home Air Blast a All Olivr heaters IOver JndlHtriioliblo Air Blast Fire Bowl Produces tliu following results Perfect combustion of soft coal ooiwim Ing a the fuuiesand irtluuita irtittiltii just so touch more heat that In other Movta Is wasted a groat economy tills The cruse drafts from the howl causes heat to JJQ radiated to the Hour instotnl of im coi StovesrentSatiafartion the tire tin even heat can be main tained and n good lire kept over night anyklntlDont bo talked out of seeing the itbvo you bu- yHiggins McKinney k Mackintosh Coats Some tncrchinis will try to make you believe that Mnektntorit Ainta have gone up wo Mnekint nh Loom are bet tor and laronr thus year than ever Qipo Mackintosh Cont worth 12 at II25f2r 0 Miickinloth Coat rttlnccil In tula sale to f148 ape Mackintosh oata anolior brand extrit htavy nunllty and never known to sell for lea than f4 come and Kt one- now at 1103 C 48c Lathe and Misses 60o qusllty Union Suite leducctl to 25c Ladles Fine Kgypllan Cotton Fleece lined Yen a with taped neck pasta to snatch worth 25c garment our tend gatlonal price onlyI5c Large line of finest Kevpllan rod feeler cotton Hvcccd lined Vet or Pants ex tra heavy usual price 50o our tHrlw 25c 600 Cliiklruni heavy knit imtlo Meta worth from lo to C new only 5c Mens heavy Camels Hair and emetic ribbed Underwear worth 6Oe a gtrrneni oar low utttlorseldug price only 25c Mans FleeoMl Weal Uml rwmr extra henry quality will osit you from 7k tr- n l80ivlu re our low lithe only 48c Our allwool Flannel Umlerwoar for- Men and Iadet helpt tbau ever before We are lie lijurier for all kinds If Inlerwriir Blankets Comfost grAylatJlgo In this bargain as o at 68c- All 1125 Blanket reduced to 75o pr All 13 Blankets reducnl to OSc All higher priced Hlankcli unit price Henty Comforts at 4Sc 75c USe 123 niil 148 worth double the money Dont miss this great snit Ladies Dress Skirts And Waists KlnnmH Uaio ien mllo Fuji and Hinter KUnncI WIa In blue brown cardinn1 great and pollrlL dote writ worth II our tpwktl pile for 10 ilajf only 49f- tLHdleVIIrgUrteblack lt irwl M hair nail MCT PUiiliwrtl wuttli IS Ollt- 1IIflfleiai tce only tae ijialliy f JInhllirwell worth fmlll st0 ii elstar special price 1140 Fine On Skirtn a II A awl 3X4 worth JoubU tt money 2W Fanny Nrarilk InJcmklrn worth ft 85 lung t they will last now only tJ- QtnIInIrktrl c 3tc 4te 7SJ ant uw T Camp Crambo before before DROUTH g 1 I o Its back is broken Water everywhere You must keep dry or pay the penalty If you will let us we will keep your body and feet warm and dry With a go- odWaterproof Macintosh At 5 a Long Double Back Slicker at 2 a better one for 250 a pair of first quality a Rubber Boots 300A OneBuckle Felt Boot 2 a TwoBuckle Felt Boot 250 an Extra Heavy Rolled Edged Rubber the best one you ever saw at 90c All Rubber Arctic 150 Ladies Sandals the Very Best for 50c Taro Jo 1 tiflJi3lRllRT0 W0IL I tQJill1ffiIrS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully tilled tiny or night PatentfoJiones of nlmoit overt kind Beautiful line of Stationery Blank Hooka of every description t Oflice Long Distance Tolel lOneIe OVERCOATS SUITS AND ODD PANTS F5IUltl best manufacturers Seo our lino before making your pur A chase E PERKINS 7 I Crab Orchard Ky 1 ma = N 2 = = THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANIOIIII KY It 1000 TUB best materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good reaultl No other methods arc overused in our proscription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS BOWBN Ooouu la down with typhoid lever MRS II C Fuui1S vltttcd rolatlvct at Somerset Miss ANNIE DitoNAUcti visited tola tire at Ulcbtnond JOHN P JONR3 la In Cincinnati this week buying Rood Mils ANNA D VANAUSDALK return cd to Harrodsbunr Saturday MIss ELIFN BALLOU spent several days with friends at Somerset Miss PEARL BUKNBIDK sprint borer at days with friends at Lebanon Mils J II YBACJKK spent several days In Somerset with relatives IIbins J E POKTMAN was up from Louisville a tow day last weekeW II PAHSONS has moved his ramiI ly to the bouio on Academy hill M F ELKIN wool to Harrodiburg yesterday on Maccabeo bus mess Cot W1 0 WrLCII wont to Danville yesterday on legal business JtheMtsa ANNIE MCKINNHY le now teacher at the Stanford public IchoolI Mss MARY CONICWKIOIIT of Win Chester U tho guest of Miss Sue YanI tie MR J W tOUT wa down fro Grays to spend Sunday with bt famil hers Till Fancy Work Otab will met with Mrs J C Halley Thursday attar noon GAIT J A Don aid MaJ J A Burundi of Lanoatur were horo Saturday PHAUBOK C MIURK who to now io catod at Ada I A order the LJen i mIMtM CUVKA OOOIBK spent Mvorul date with MIM Mary D Kennedy ut M KlnMjr MHS OKMIOM W DuBOBO and filnI flab DN vulUmr MM HoWaraSw pMIS8U biting Mr W airtoe and Bn tIly Advocate MRS L M WKSTBRPimo and top William ShorWan spent several days aL Parksvllle Y J F Coots and Mrs Sallie H Mulr of L xlnBionpntThanV utvlnj wltb Mr and Mrs S It Cook Miss HnLUN TIIUIUIOND of Bred head pent wvurul day with her brother Mr Samuel Thurmond MHS L N VAUOJIAN and family will leave Saturday to spend tho winter in niobmnnd Ashland Vn Hcwld DK W D STONK of Liberty cutler cd a partial stroke of paralysis time acoand is still In a bad condition STBVII TBATHII la ill at the St Asapb Ills mother Mra Scott Farris Crab Orchard blmI4P UAUNBTT left Friday fop Peoria III to attend tho burial of MilOt rimma Aihmoro who visited here some months alto a Mits bL C SAUKLKV went to Mi- d4s dlo boro yesterday to attend the bedside of Rev S M Logan who has ty phold fever THOMAS D NEWLAND Ju was down from Pltubursr last week Ho in well pleased with his position with the Plttlhur Coal Cow Dn CAItl WllBKLKlt accompanied by his friend Mr Willa Vllcy spent Thank plvlnB with hla parents In DUll v tonvllle Lex Democrat MISS SUSAN Fismm WOODS returned from Mlllertburff Saturday bring Ins with her Mrs Sanford M Allen and little daughter Margaret Woods ANOTHBIl Unnkln has moved up from Wayne He Is Mr John M Rankin and ho promises to make as Rood it elt utn aa his brothers Mcsar T C and Ocorto Mu Jolts W HASTIN of Pltuburc was here between trains Sunday Ho told us that bo was building another home in the place ol tho one that burn cd some months ago Tru Somerset Journal has this today of our tonllunu Ashby M Warren Ha has lawyer and oratorical blood in him from both sides of tho houso and will mako his mark In the profession Miss EDNA CAMNITZ and Mrs J Ltt Yantls of Huetonvlllo were guests of Mrs A M Glrdler Miss Florence Tanner of McKinney Is visiting tho family of Mr H C Gann Somerset t Journal e Mu rUEO POWELl will move with his family to Adulr today DurlBKtbolr stay In Lincoln they have made a host ol friends who give them up with re luctance Send my paper to Joppu Mr Powell remarked as ho handed u tho money to pay it to July 11002 LOCALS PUULlO school contest at Waltons Opera House Tuesday night Dee 20th NOTION TO XlYtmsYoursc- hool tax Is duo Settle on or before the Ifith day of December 1000 L R Hughes Treasurer o District No1 10000 HALKS of nil grades hay for solo cheap J H Baughman ft Co NOW Is a good tlmo to place your order for holiday pictures MUs Sacra OFFICE for rent in INTKKIOII Joint NAI building Apply to EG Walton BAHLOWit WILSONS Minstrels at Waltons Opera Hoiuo Saturday night Deo 221- NOTIOn W W Withers furniture letLlnlbUIY andinuetday or your property will be advcr tiled at once S M Owens S L C 2t BILL SMITH colored was given 30 days In jail In Judo Ualloy court for Jumping on freight trains nod throw- Ing oil codl between Rowland and Stanford MR J K CHRISTIAN who has lust returned from tho Hast sage the tur key shippers havo just passed through the most disastrous market In his ex perlenco NEWLANDMr T D Newland roe celved ft telegram Friday stating that brother llowland Ncwlnnd of At klna Tank Va was Jead of lover lIe loft a family 2100135 Sheriff Owens settled In full wltb Auditor Coulter Saturday turning over to tbo State 2100135 cornssettlement DoVT CARBMr John C Pcpples jtillur1s boyho said nddlcc I am going to win nny way A COMMON ovary day rabbit not one of the graveyard species was found grating iluwa Alain Street yesterday and the small buy analdogrdarlvod con eldarabte plnasura chasing him up sod Iowa that UiurooRhfuro His rabluhlp- erldcaily thought he was In Little nrltutn OCR friends aid ptttroM should bear la Mind that when they remit ua by mousy order ibat It Is natmsiarr to forward ua the bins slip or order the ixmaiaiiar gives them An ud Iue for from oqa of onr patrons at Gutb 11010nloNOVBL SVAVThomas C Dall has a novel way of colliottng rent from slow payers He makes a trip or two to see his tenants end If they do not pony up he takes a door oil of the hinge or a window lash out and lets them cool out for a night or so Usually before the second night comes tbo rent paidON a account of high express rates P dealerjtry found at hie homo on Lancaster street opposite M P El forJthe express company promised to charge nothing for the crates he shlp pcU poultry In but they made him pay from 91 to tl2 for the- nS1f0ItTL Jarrctt postmaster at rldaybybo 82U2 short The matter was soon arranged by Mr Jarrctt and ills tends nlcolyMras much a surprise to him It was to his many friends Mr J W Tato baa charge of the olllco now and will continue until u now postmaster Is appoint cdMt Vernon Signal e TUG Knights of Pytbla elected the following olllcers for tho term beginning Jan at their last meeting Kr nest Warren chancellor commander O W Akin vice chancellor Robert T Bruce prelate C K Tate master of work Homo Wearon keeper of records and seal J O McClary mae ter of exchequer J T Jones master suanJJolinB ODannon trustee I Tm question of the hour is how shad tho candidates for tbo county of flees bo named While primary seems perhapsthere is danger of bunching tho can dldutes and it is possible that all parts of tho county will not ba represented on the ticket to bo voted for n No vein ber next Like John Popples who says any old way will do him we wilt bo satisfied with anything always doslr Ing that which 1s best for oho demo cratlo party Primaries aro costly and ere almost always followed by sore news and whllo the latter may be said of a convention or the giving of tine county committee the right to panic the ticket wo tiara only to look at tho majorities of four years ago when the theworkcause of no candidates we can have only tho good of tbo party ut heart wbcn we say that we bellevo It would bo better for all concerned to adopt the same manner as in 1897 for making a ticket w DONT fall to sep tho lOo counter George II Farrls Co WALL paper at reduced prices and very cheap nt W B McRoberts A ooou news It left ot this Issue by the request of tho parents of the unfortunate boy TUB Q ds C ofTen a rate of one faro for tbo roundtrip to the inauguration of Gov Bcokhom TUB supcrvlsori Messrs T J Pastor Cicero Reynoldapnd Jas U Owens aro at work on the assessors books BUTTER bo eottfog pnn ad for our Christmas editions which will begotten out between the 10th and 13th HEADQUARTERS all kinds of Insurance 1ypawrltlng done at reasonable rates Telephone 92 R B Ma bony WE can not stock coal as wo have been doing so you had better get your coal while you cite J H Baughman Co e rUm MEN The member of the Seneca Tribe of Red Men aro request ed to moat at Odd Fellows Hall Wednesday night 5th O L Dawcs C of R TO Tnt LADIES Our lino of holiday goods can not be excelled Send your husbands early so YOU can cet choice They aro going fast George H Far rill A Co BEAK In mind these two things Bar low ft Wilson minstrels at Walton Opoitt House Saturday night Dec 22 HIJII toe contest for public school pupils a itio same place Tuesday night 20 You can get this paper and the 7wieea Weak CourierJournal one year fur 81 23 After Jan 1 the Cour ierJournal alone will cost almost that amount Now Is the time to subscribe STOLR CIUCICKVS Llge Grant and a follow named Singleton stole a lot of chickens front Mr M D Green In tbu Orson Briar Springs neighborhood and were given 38 days In jail by Judge Halley UNTIL the terrible etutropha at San FntnoUeo the caMialttkM of football prtlolp1016Inthe spectators wbo coffered which fur prohlblttoDDAWKS W E Daw brother of C L Dawes of thU ulnee died at Somerset Saturday afternoon ocod 31 Ho was a member of the Christian church and a good man A wife and four children survive Mr Dawos went down but got thuro two mlnuoa after his death ANNOtNCUUtIJL E W Ltllard of Danville bits announced himself for Stato Senator In this district and It is likely he will not have opposition for the nomination No better democrat or cleverer gentleman ever lived ana what ho will do fur tho republican who pits himself against him will be u plenty PROGRAM fur Teachersseeting in Stanford magisterial district to beheld at the courthouse Saturday Dec 8 as follows Miss Annie Dunn chairman prayer Rev S M Rankin welcome uadruox Supt G olnglaton song nature study Miss Nora Phillips primary reading Miss Cettle Thur mond followed by Misses Stella Me Clary and Ada McWhorter hygiene Dr fickle recitation piss Esther Burch solo Miss Lillie Peyton essay Model School Mrs H D Phillips music drawing M O Wlnfroy die cipline Introduced by Miss Bellware followed by association declamation MaryCochran LlHERTY court began at Liberty yesterday with Judge W W Jones sitting and Commonwealths At torney Aaron looking after the evildoers A good crowd was present Including four newspaper pilgrims and a oatent medicine man Promptly at 0 oclock court was called to order and a tow minutes later Judge Jones was a forcible instruction to tbo grand Jury which Is composed of tho following gentlemen James Hogu A S Grooms Samuel Allen F C PollyCharlcsWesloyJBon Mays J H Popplcwell and Bennett Wctblngton Ths piitlt Jury for the term Is as follows O D Brown James Grubbs Silas DeDord C C JOnos George Wolford W T Coulter J C Cox W C Russell lien ry Mills Harrison Haggard M F Has tin A C Spew C C MoWhorter L M Corabcst G L Popplowoll J J Hoguo Fred Clements J W King George Glllook James Hapgard J O SbarpoandMthree murder cases the docket Is light one and the term will tcarccly last a week It is likely that Burton wbo killed Miss Holt near the Russell line will be tried but Woodrum charged with killing Marples and Shaw charged with the murder of Randolph will not The main witness In the Woodrum case Is down with ty phoid laver and Shaw who was out on bond Is In Uncle Sams bands at Somerset wo wero Informed Tho civil business Is very small and tho lawyers will hardly get enough out of It to buy Christmas presents Liberty Is still gaining ground Sho now has three creditable churches whllo now residence have gone up rapidly during tho last year The Commercial Bank Is ono of her successful Institutions Tho took of It le worth 9120 on tho books but It couldnt ba bought for SUi moro Two good hotel the Exchange and Wblpps do a splendid bu lnesand sot excellent tables while three livery stables seemingly prosper The stores are all creditable ones and the stocks curried would do credit to a town three times as large The doctors rank with the best whllo the lawyers and preach ers are well up in their professions short Liberty is all right and we are glad to annomnca that wo have secured a good correspondent there who will keep the outside world posted on what is going on In town ail well as in the State of Casey IIInellfore buying Tun wile county turned over to Jailor DuBord yesterday a prisoner named Slzernuro charged with attempted rape He got ton years and has naked for a new trial SALE WEDNESDAY Bear in mind tho soles of R K Galne near Walnut Plat tomorrow Vedneeday and W U Rout at Moreluud the 12in Read their advertisements In another column and see If they huvont something you went THE C W U M will have their regular monthly meeting tomorrow Wednesday afternoon nt 2 oclock In the lecturo room of the Christian church All members are requested to be present lid Important business Is to be transacted MATRIMONIAL The gossips say that a Stanford bach elor and u Preacbcrsvilla beauty will marry tomorrow GeorgiaSmithfcouvllle and were married John Wallace aged 10 and Miss Louise Butler 14 were made one at tlender on In the presence of the brides parents Jarrett Berry and Miss Maggie Reed daughter of Jonn Reed were married Sunday morning at Rev J M Cooks at Highland by that gentleman The brldo is a handsome young maywhile the groom is a clever hard working young man Joo Bryant n leading young man of Burnslde and Miss Foxto Silgall daughter of F F Stlgall Jr u largo farmer and stock dealer living near WednesdayThokeeping In a few days In the Self prop erty Burnslde Ifcim Thomas ONeill a wealthy contract or of JeffersoTivllle i5 years old was married to Miss Elizabeth Whallcn an attractive young woman of Louisville While the wedding feast was in prog ress ONeills suns who opposed bill marriage drove three mules of enor mous size Into tbo dining room The mules begun to kick and as tho room wuiijniall uir the furniture was do irojreJ and the guests lied The groom will prosecute his two sons MllymeWIIpnter or Mr and Mm A W Carpenter of this county to Mr Robert L Sale AdvoeatcuYdIUlll1rlanthemum wedding and u very beautiful curuuiony Tbe church ducoratloos by llarbtrUH were exquisite pink and white chrysanthemums and a gorgeous array of Southern smilux palms and ferns muiclog the altar and Itt sur roundings a perfect floral bower At 830 every seat In tbe Christian cbuwh was taken and people stood la the side aisles the entire length of the building Tho bridal party entered the church as Mr Xolgler played tbo Mendelssohn raarcn The ushers Messrs IL H EmbryHoraceman came Urn down the two ilslestwo and two followed by the pretty little lower girls Luura und Elizabeth Cur penuir rhoy were followed in the same order by the groomsmen and bridesmaids Mr Salter coming down the right ulslo on the arm of his best man Dr Alford Backburn of Louis vII Ie and Miss Carpenter with her father down tbe left able Immediately after the Maid ol Honor Miss Jose phlnc Reid The attendant turned a double semlclrclo In front of tbe altar Mr Carpenter gave the bride uwayund Rev H C Garrison In choice and Im pressive words pronounced tho couple man and wife using tbo rlno ceremony The bride was most becomingly attired in u handsome gown ot white mouse line do sole over white silk trimmed In lilies of the valley The veil of tullo was hold In placo by u beautiful dl araond and pearl sunburst a gift from the venom She curried a large bou quet of lilies of the valley Miss Reid maid of honor wore muslin over silk trimmed In plnkjlowcrs and car ried pink chrysanthemums The brides maids were Miss Frances Watson of Versailles Miss Sarah Lewis of Glasgow Miss Katherine Buugoman of llunonvllle and Miss Pearl Faulconer of Danville The groomsmen were Messrs George McRoberts A R Cook Will J Price and Martin N Welch TURKEYS WANTED e Will bo oi on uod ready to receive All vonr good Turkeys from the to Dccrm ber No poor latu turkeys wanted J K CHUISTUN PUBLICSALB I will cll nt jmbllo outgun at Uuddorara Mill ou Dix lllver on THURSDAY DEC 13 1900 Tho following lerrlbed property conxlst liifjof 10 extra high grade lOW5 yearling mulloy hollers t extra good mulloy heifer ealves2 extra good mulley hull calves I good bull cult with horns All ot these cattle uro blood red Will also sell some household furniture Also plows mower cast roller bucks oard harness etc Sale will begin priimjitlyut 10 u m Turns known on davotwilo J AUlnilKKAK Ollbvrta CreeU Ky PLBLC SALE 1 Ot A Flue Farm s for the ndult helrs of John V IVttUH deceased will on Saturday Dec 22 1900 On the near Ireachersvllle Itv- OIlIIIIICIINlcrulltl Crab Orchard pike sell to the highest bidder the farm occupied by the lute John P 1eltui containing about 23U acres of which a largo portion U now In bluegrass Au nbundant supply of never failing wader In nil seasons rho land will offered In two tracts total the purclittK orximd then as u whole There will bo no reserve or by bidding but the highest bidder will get the property us It must bo sold for u division remaindernon u est from day of sale tho purchaser having this ot paying cash and SILIIII In terext 1osscsnlon given Jan JB01 Persons desiring to see the before the sale are Invited to call on tho faintly at the homo W H PETTUS Agent J w 1 f 3The soutnern mutual investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY INSURENCE iZLVEeSDD I We pay while you lic Old Line Companies pay vjicn you die Which do you prefer Over 300000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus 60000 Paid in Maturities in September Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or 33 D jjfcn nington Local Agts Stanford John G Austin Special Agent Brad fordsville Ky FURNITURE tqWithersUptoDate FurnitureY- ou Can Always Find a Nice Clean Assortment And the Stock will bekept up toa certain exItent Our reason for SELLING AT COST Means Something IW WITHERS IiTHE BESTGLOVE ON EARTH FOR THE PRICE IN ALL POPULAR SHADES AND SOLD BELOW j City Prices ONLY TWO BRANDS P Centemeris 150- WeItheimers i 100 Remember we fitall gloves in the house and guarantee satisfaction JOHN P JONES Stanford u T fl Jl jo I A Clean Sweep 1 a J 0111 Winter Goods is Necessary to a Successful Business atd we From Now Until January 1st to Offer OurTrade ISome Splendid Inducements n We lave collected together some short ends ninny worth more than twice the price at 2iici 40 inch Homespun ut 390s MejO We have to cut the price on what furs we have nnd if you want 05 55 good clean goods come to us B1 I0c Goott outing cloth fj 25o Mens Net Shirt IIndCrs1lrtIW 7o Childrens Fleece li 05c Good While or Grey Cotton Blankets r K SOo Fancy Satteun Petticoats 81 50 for Good Silknliee Comfort ia lg 25c Hoys and UMs1 Union Suits Good Union Suits Ladles 25- c48cFine fj Christmas Neckwear For Olrt WQ will show a blautl of Ebony and Silver NoveltlCH Itiful1i18 any of the New Style Ilnen Collars Luilics or Gents y j Uiiys u solid Leather Bottom Kid Shoo for Ladles mC2f0 Fora Mans Iox Calf Ca fLlned Shoe SEVERANCE a SONS JOpposile Court House lQ O lf riiJ iiV J1lJ 1J J m IlIJu IYJ Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Je A ALLEN c CO Contractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY DoorsI 4 fTHE INTEHiOR JOURNAL tabltah6Tusiay asut3i c5aVI 1 PER YEAR CASH sr Wbenaot sopatdSOO wilt bacnarged Entered n the tiottojfftce at Stanford at ennndrJat matter fl Notable Luncheon The most colossal banquet ever given was the one to which the D1l ors of France sat down in tho Gardei- tof the Tuillerieson Sept 22 And the most notable thing nbout it was that its success was duo to n young woman 26 years of age Something of tho magnitude of Mademoiselle Potels achievement may Ira understood when it is known that the number of guests served was 23lGO and that including waiters wincmcii dishwashers and ice cream men the total numher of employees on the cartcrerspayrolIAviththo wag Oil drivers cooks silver and detectives was exacty 24080 The main tent was so vast that three full military bands coritantly amidst an aggregated Is iagarn of con versations and fork and plate rattling without interfering with each other If the guests had been seated in n single tine they would have extended eleven American miles This young woman Lad entire charge of the tremendous nlluir and on the day named she was on the Fpot magnificently dressed and stir roundel by several ahlsde camp and several bicycle boys leading their wheels ready her orders She walkedthrough the pan trig her eye noticing everything flmrply She reprimanded head wai ters discharged clumsy servants and issued signals to hurryor retard the Mmlamoiscllo Potel has added but another proof to the already monu mental evidence of womans ability to plan mid execute largo undertakings and it is not too much to assert that such a mind could be safely entrusted with some of the weightier matters of State Union Signal Doing Our Best A lady once crossed a street where a little boywas busily sweeping the crossing she noticed with pleasure the care with which he did his work stud smiled as she said to him Yours is the cleanest crossing I pass He lifted his cap with a gallant air and quickly said I am doing m best All day the words rang in her ears and for many days afterward and when a friend n influential man inquired for u boy to do errands and general work for him she told him of the little fellow at the crossingCIA 10y who would do his best at a street crossing is worth n trial with me till time man and he found the boy engaged him for a month and at the end of that time was so pleased with liim that he sent him to school and fitted him for a high position which j lie filled with honor Doing my best nt the street crossing made n sue man of me hu was wont to IiCC2sful after years Sleeping Cr Service Louis IITbroulotb via LoiiUv lie South Leave LouUvllll 745 a tit dally leave Lexigton 1050 a in nr rive rlmttaneono 5r 0 p m arrive At j hunts 1025 p m arrive Jacksonville 830 a m Equally ns good schedule return il1 Also train leaving Louisville 745 sleepj1evening Southern UllhvnyIn connec lion with the Queen t Orescent Route is the only line with a 24 hour schedule between Louisville and Jm koonville 811 iwrior connections at Jacksonville for nil- polnlIln South Florida Winter Tour now on salo to principal re sorts in Florida and thn Soutbern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Railway Information 250 Jill Ave Louisville A Whedon Puss Agt W1L Taylop O P AI Louisville Tnklnir the records of arrest for ai ivtrlod of ono year Macrlatrate Duel nt Yew York figures it out that Norfolk la toe wickedest city In the United State with Savannah Ga and Lex tntrton Ky ranking second and third The trouble with Lexington Is that her largo class of professional reformers do nil their preacblne by precept Instead of occasionally luirclnsr In the force of example Louisville Times Chicago International Live Stock Exposition Dec 18 1100 Monon Route The crcateet of all Live Stock Shows All Monon trains stop at 47th St The most convenient station for the stock yards Less than five mitt uses by olectrlo car The Monon pal act stock car trains run direct Into ibo yards Special rates for the Exposi tion week E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky l What most peopler want is something mild tOIl gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomachs and Liver Tablets tho bill to n dot They lire easy to take and pleasant in effect For silf by Crab A Hooker Druggists The Cumberland Telephone and Tel s nY1J cable containing 52 sod across tbo river at Lou tftvUlcv was torn In two by the heavy lags and drift ID the river entailing a loss of 15000 VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Are mind but ttktii Krunllons rob ol Jor ttiekleuV Arnica Salve cure them also Old llun vial and Fever Sores Ulcers UoUfleloai Wrti Cuts Ilrultes Burns scalds Chpped Ofaads ChUlaID IIlIt file cure on eart- hUrleout Yfn tud Arbca Onljr Me a box Cure gtuxtutowl Sold at Ienuji Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS Father Russell the beloved pastor at Nazareth Academy Nelson county dead Bishop Hurst has secured 82000000 for the now Methodist University at Washington D C The largest Sunday school In tho world is at Stockport Eng It has an enrollment of 5000 Rev George Darsles meeting at the Broadway Christian church Lexing ton resulted In 42 additions Rev Joseph K Smith of Richmond has accepted a call to tIe Second Pre byterian church at Little Hock Ark Central ChrUtian church Lexington has raised 80000 In the last three months to wipe out Its Indebtedness of 10000 Rev S M Rankin returned from Troy Saturday where ho held a spieD did meeting of 10 days Mrs Rankin was with him The Presbyterian Orphanage at An chorage has 41 Inmates About 84000 per year Is contributed by Presbyte rians for its support Robert M Hopkins State uSnday school evangelist of the Christian church Is now In the Kentucky moan tale pressing his work with great vigor The Baptist Womans Missionary Union has sect out a stirring appeal for the annual Christmas offering for China Last year it was more than J5000 Mies Fannie Wallace daughter of William Wallace of Garrard has proffered her services to the Presby tery to go as a missionary to Mexico and her offer was accepted Kid Joseph Ballou closed a success ful meeting at Park vl110 Sunday night which ended the 23th year of his pastorate at that place He will have charge of the church next year Rev H R Mills Is feeling well pleased with himself and with his peo ple over the ease with which 8160 was raised this week for the expenses of M E Church South Needed repairs arc In progress on the building Middles bore New- sBossBald an old Negro looking In through the postofllce stamp window how much does bit tek ter son fo lettersEight cents said the gentleman within Hush Fact Tim old man studied awhile got out his leather book vintage of INS and worried eight coppers out of the lin- Ing Laying these on tbo counter he drew a long breath and said Well you cn let em go long But where arc the letters Whar is day Why I done drapt em In de hole round yonder PeddlerWill you buy a mousetrap maamLadyNo I havent any mice In the housePeddlerI can get some for you maam for a small consideration Its a rare sport catchln em LadyThen they might necessitate my having a cat PeddlerWell I could provide you with one for a trllle maam LadyBut It might prove b nuisance PeddlerI could sell you a dog to kill it maam Lady The remedy might prove worse than the disease Peddler Well Id poison tho dog cheap for you maamPickMeUpS- TORY OF A SLAVE To be Iiciiml hand and foot nor years the chains of dteaar la the wont form oslavery Oeo U William ofMencbenltr Mich tells how mcli a slate wes made tree ayi My wife has been so helpless for lire years that she could not turn over la bet atone After using two tattle ol fclectrlc Hitters abe was wonderfully Improred OUpeUlefemedysleeplewneas melancholy le daeh backache filming and This miracle working medicine a iodwnd ao weak rundown pearl turr bottle guaranteed only toe Sold Drug Store TEXAS Tbo census shows that Tex as hilt four counties whoso combined population Is but 73 ono of them Bat ley county having but lout persons In Its borders Twenty four others have loss than 500 each and many others are almost wholly Inhabited by prairie dope jack rabbits and rattlesnakes Tom Green county which Is much hors er than the State of Ohio has but 0 084 Inhabitants Some of the counties are moro than 100 miles from n rail road Texas Id u wonderful State and almost Illimitable In its possibilities We behove It was Gen Sheridan who said If ho owned hell and Texas ho would sell tho latter and live In the former but thats yvhcre ho made u mistake The Lone Star Stato has a great future and may yet have as many States carved out ofher almost utt OldI VlrgtnlaIeprThe reduction In the capital stock necessary to establish u National bank from 50000 to 25000 has caused many new banks to open especially In the South Steen March last live Nation al banks have been formed in Mary land seven In Virginia seven In West Virginia two In North Carolina ono In South Carolina three in Georgia ono each In Florida Alabama and Louisiana 11 In Texas seven In Kentucky and three In Tennessee Kentucky has 120 National banks now and many State Institutions which arc constantly Increasing though Ills said that unfavorable laws would drive most of them out of the State HOW TO CUVK CHOUr Mr It Gray who lives near Amenta Duchess county N Y says Cham berlains Cough Remedy is the best meet icine I have crer used It is a fine chil drens remedy for croup and never falls to cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or tier after the croupy cough bas developed it will prevent the attack This should bo borne in mind and a bottle of tho Cough Remedy kept at band ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear For sale by Craig A Hock or Druggists Oscar Wilde died la an obscaro part of Paris WEAKNESS of MEN AND WOMEN Could we rtid the hearts of ererr man despairwouldBlood Diseases here eaueed more physical and mental wrecks than all other cantea combined They atrlke at tile foundation forcuitlJeuudumlaothey often the family circle bet poleonousfangshare been a victim of early sinful habits remember the teed It sown and sooner or yourbloodnot risk a return later on Our New l1rth Treatment wilt positivetyeure you and you nerd never fear any return of the disease We will a guarantee hood to that effect We would warn you sincerely airalnst the promiscuous use of POso1butWE CURE OR NO PAY Dont Let your Ute be Drained Away which weakens the Intellect as welt as the body There Is no room In this world for mental physical or sexual dwarfs Our New Method Treatment will topall Un natural Losses Purify the iUoodStrength en the Nerves Restore Vitality and make a man of you If you nre In trouble call and consult us Consultation t5lrce We treat and cure Drains blood Diseases Va rlcocele Stricture Unnatural Discharges heat Kidney and madder DUeaMj Ko cutting or operation No detention from business confidential Con QuestionBlankDRS- KENNEDYS KERGAN 528 Walnut Street CINCINNATI OH- IOPRUITTF3ROSa J MORELAND KY Furniture LiveryUndertaking Pair of 7yearold well broko mules fur sale 17 highs W L Douglas SHOES ARE THE BEST I THAT Monad can Buy i I See the New JDEAL PATENT KID AT Cummins McClary FOR SALE NaragansetrtrurkeycWhllo JOIN SIBKLE OMtiEMirjt UuHtonvlllo POPS SALEHaving decided to move to too I will otter mv property tor ule DwclllnR House Store Homo mv Stock of Merchandise This Is nu op ortuiilty for soioo wWO awake bu lnuts mnu rut further particulars address N It 1100 llItk burr Ky FOR SALE OR RENT I desire to null or rentmyFarm of 150 acre situated two miles south of llu ton vllle on tho Hustonrllle and Mlddlorinnr tilke known as part of the Oeorgo lied face Carpenter land All of it Is In toad state of cultivation wellfenced nnd plenty of water Has upon It a twoMory ttriMtu frame dwelling nol necessary eiti good tobAfco bnrn unit stock barn Sixty acres of tho above land U virgin soil Will sell at rvasonable price or rent In n rood titan McliANIKU Mu Salem Ky COAL SALT I will hue my coal Glee completed by Oct and will keep on hand three of tho beet coal t also suit Mid I will soil It to merchants by wagon load at a Vary small margin Will continue to the highest Hickory SpokueSOSvraandIleadluga- loads and Groceries ut rock itottnm Olvo me n trial and I wilt save yon money It U KINO MOHCUNU Kr Poultry And Eggs ANTED I will market price cah for them and nlo Hide Wool Feathers Ac P II DAVIS FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mule conrtnntly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager NY SPECIAL UEQfEST DR GOLDSTEIN The aye SpwtnlHt will return tr Stanton Monday nee 17 looo fur one day only Dr G Goldstein of I ulsvll will tie I- nthet fl Stanford lie 17 to rvm in one dayand will fit ljlanMs li the IVLS of all who teed them lie has made the study of opli Cerialty and ant ont in neea of aiVeranda Hotel Parents of rhlldron whoso ores are In any way aIhx tort should take them to Ur Uoldntoln and havo them ex amh cd Too much care cannot be taken In title particular II any neglect of parent may lend to most serious connijUBncefc In sifter life If the eyes of n child need glasses the doctorran Oeterulne It and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to prv erve and Increase their strengths The doctor has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him ut worthy tho pa tronsgo of Those culturing with their eyes should call on him and If hedont them relief It will not cost them any thingIfe can adjust to any eyes and any age A glass rightly adjusted Is u luxury toa vvrxjn with fulling sight they cannot afford to do without A glass Im perfectly adjusted U worse than no glass ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement c o Write For lrloi TWO FARMS FOR SALE- s lianas decided to thaogeinr vocation I will 1fIIIriraielYlll7 fifth oo which are 9 t of a tulle from Orchad Ky This four Is One land In good state utcuItlTatlon IV cities M titer bottom find trIll Is ilne corp end inpnlow land lialaDre so eerie Is upland and well adapted to min wheat blue grass siil all other crop A brick dvelllng of 8 rooms and rellar a well of splendid Ir intone water at the door two good tenement oulIlIdlolllwllhstork wa ef nuke this the mcst dnlrable lint In this end of the county Alcoa firm ofalwiit 100 acres H uilln fruin Crab Orchard K1 ou lannetcrtreatoplslte the fa mous CraUrtbar1 All In grass with a large stock hArD and an abundance ol water with oDe ole finest building sites In the neighborhood A IDle cottage n Stsrjfard oa Ijsncas let street with ViA demlluln1e attached for fUrl tie tiartlculart c ll on IIUl AtIIII Crali Drchant Ky Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATH1STS Will l s In Danville Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will U In Stanford Tuvwlays Thursday and Saturdays Oftics In tha l nnInztonltilMlng Stanford IIace hours 9 to 12s m1 to r OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed liy Dr A T Still of Klr srllle Ma depends on the trlnllplCl onIOIUr and rbynlulugy fur Its sult It requires no faith no drug an rubbing nosurglcalopeationmldclaims plug super natural Oiteonslhy flews man ana ninchlne ofnan7parts lla keynnte Is adjuitment all puns lilt 1lOllrl7 adjusted sad not orrrirorktd health u the rseult SomeoftliK diseases treated us Nervous frustration Headaches Neuralgia Itheuinatliin Catarrb Weak Kycs Granulated Jlili lullrv ComttlationlIleeballsch and troubles Ulaeaseaof Bonn earl Joints HplnalCurTalurmllilocalloniKtllfJolnti 1arslysls Incontinence or Urine LommotorAtax la Kemalo Diseases a specialty Consultation Free SAMUEL M OWENS Is arnudldato for Aiseoorof Lincoln conn tyi subject to tho action of the Democrat 0 party HI F NORTH Is candidate to represent Lincoln Count In tho legislature subject to this action of the Democratic party V I 1IEKKIN Is a oandldato for Jailer of Lincoln county IartJ II RAINES Is a candidate for thin nomination of Saner of Lincoln county subject to the nctlou ot tho Democratic party Wai LAKOGKAP Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic notion TIIAJLES II 1YRIGUT Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic party JOIN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County parmyDINK FARMERI- s a candidate for Jailer subject to the ao Ion ot the democratic party He solicits your support GUS McCORMAOK Is a candidate for Aiwewor of Lincoln OUII ty subject to the action of tho democratic party GEO A EUUANKS I countrubJlCtparty JAMES r JONES Is a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic par ailSS LIZZIE C JONES Of Mttnland his opened a Complete Line of Millinery at Junction City dad tkaatry1edecs FOR RENTteal A urge hoe Is UiK wtter with etcht- fGIG sUI snd raNtn sidled fir a kaM lad heuslurslt Isceatrallr Ismtol r all tlo4i uflMMintn OKAjiliMb At Freds ExchangeY- ou will always find good treatment good flour good mewl good Ihtltulf good bran kc at low lrlelIo will give you al branforfur one lJoot forget to on hlrlliwhea you want wheat exchanged or buy our meal ic POSTEDThe persons whose names npM ar below 14111kindand will prWCuto to tho full extent of the law any who violate IlauglsmanIrT Harris K P Woods J M rcttus w1 Tucker itnttghmanL LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEBLERS- Millcdgovillo Ky We have 75 good stock Hog for sale and about 30 head of stock Heifer LUTES A tO NEW LIVERY STABLE W DURXE Z sm Ptyrr JUNCTION CITY KY lIlrslClum Turnouts at IteaHonable Moles Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Mon Grain and Hay For Sale FRITH HOTELF FBANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD K- YC fOIlldutllrortencling woo H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFOKD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS nKAtKKS IN Furniture MnUiuJsUUR6 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for All kinds of Stork live them n call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY POSTEDaI hereby notify the piddle that my land Is post ed and that I ermlt uo hunting or trrlaal- ugufa0y kind on it 1IAlun11I t uuubed to the full extent of the lew e AiFt4tSl FOSTEDt herebr went allllwnefront trMspmlnon laf farm for any par wee whatvrWM fANUUU tF Krigtr Ky I also warn all iorunrfrom Irepashig ou usy farm ou hock Creek for any ur nsu fUKO NlKlLLA OtlrntltUu Kf A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky omoav lwsieyM R A JONES t DENTIST Stanfordr Ky IOfllce over f1IelclhoooGUN No matter what goer wrong with your run sent It to us und it wilt bo Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired- At a moderate cost OAICVILLK OYCIR ti Ill Third Ht Danriue Ky Painting RepairingJ yourbuggvcarriage guaranteednow for very tltMorauflvy J H OItFRll- Htan4 nJ Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE OaPala f lululallruIleelDMteulalIuI1IUyA ft tlrrIntllvUIII McClureney FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANrOKU KY r Capital Steek 1100090 Gaxj lot W6S3 SI TbUlnstltntlODorlglBalljssUbllslieJ n Ibliep- aullRank ntSuoforJ la Uti then rforinliej u IhtNaUonalllank ofSUnlonl In IsaS anjajalt organized si ths First National Hank of Slantort olU2tis haI prat Ueally OBlaUrruplssI oust tacttottljnn It Is bettor supplied now wlti ladtlltM for traouctlni buslacM iinmptlr IDol I lIalltbla lifer belorela Us loaf and bonoiab career Accounts laJltlJusIt fiduciary and tadlliJ0allolicfJ 53- DIKICTOal YMddUncolocol JW HsjJoHtaofwf S T Mottle 8 IL Uiurhmsn J S Hockir IITr Hill Wr Walton WA TrflbleyJH ColllsrCrab UreaM AL JMffperIslbVuno- M UEIaiore JtanfoMJ erelCaaewJ S Ile rrIrMl nti J J MoItoberls Cubic Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stoekittrq boo ompaasadously for rf Years Solicits Your Bank Acoount Hoplnf ueh bu lnru relation will iiror uuluaIy beuedtUl and fIIell1 JIm tyroiuj S J William J b J MenefeeA W JIBbaak J K Cash IL II hrUCq- oiFlcrtt9r S AShanks lreddentt J II Ole Cashier bt AutCualer JG+ 1Cc y J t1NPEllAXEE llanufnclurcr and Dcalcar In C1iStal1for w rR I