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I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR P 2N t 1lot Ai iftVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY h 1901 9 A M Np gG i r I KINGSVILLE A happy Now Year Mrs J L JoVnton giwo no elegant dlnnor on Thursday evening Kvory f ono agrees tbut hire John oni dinner ore HI a rule swell affairs and to this t rule there seems to bo no exception certainly not was the dinner of Thure Sday evening which was beautiful ID overt appointment Mr Cicero Reynolds of Stanford l nnd Mr P P Ilaner of Danville at tended the funeral of their nephew Tocuraech Water Mr and Mre A P Hunn of McKlnnoy were the guests L Johnson Miss Kathcr ptheVelh of Caldwell Colleges Dan vllloi accompanied by Llslo Evans of Ju notion City came down Thursday to visit MlH Lucille Johnson Our town has been end since the tragedy oa Christinas day Teouraiob Waters who was shot and killed by Torn Lee was burled Thursday after noon In their family burying ground a large concourse of people being pres cnt The heartbroken mother who Is ftorlouitly ill from the effects of tho bock und the sisters and brothers bave our heartfelt sympathy In their bereavement as have alto tho saddened family of too man who M It seems was compelled to commit the action Mrs 0 C Pennybaokor daughter Mis Gertrude nod niece Miss Eliza f beth McFarland spent Xmas with Mr D P Dlnetn at Somerset Miss EQo U Carey ono of Kings vlllos prettiest young ladles assisted Mae Walter during the rush of Christmas tradoand proved to bo an cniclcnt clerk Mlft Clara Dunn has gono on an extended a r visit to relatives and friends In Grant i county Mr and Mrs Dan lector and IlJu Claude spent Xmas with Mr and and Mrs Wm Gboch at McKlnney Ed McCarty left Wednesday for Pine vllle and Willlamiburg to visit cola- tltes HUBBLE T C Rankin hat gone South with a load of mules Judd Homos wire died of consump lion last week jf- U L lIubblo bought the D N Prow lit farm at UZ Pearco Hoffman sold his place of feight acres for 1300 M Eubanks has told his sheep ton D Druco at 3385- Jas Sutton has sold his hemp to Marksbury for M 271 8 M Spoonamoro has rented his t shop to Young Datlcy of near Marks t bury Mice Jennie Bland and Marshall Dan I loss were married In Danvlllo and will leave for Illinois soon I i The ofllcoreof ipo Christian church have employed Bro Moore of the Lan bcaster church to preach hero for next year on the first and third Sunday evenings lo each month b t Rtu4rditHro otiting James Robin w Sns sheep alive Some have the Jtoaten niT their baoki ftm beads haveIonR t IS have been shot off the sheep I wlillR running from them j 1 At a mooting of the dumooratle corn wince of Garrard county neld Doe SI unanilIx raoutly adopted RKAOIVBD that thtf democratic dom mltt o of Garrard county heartily endorses the ntJlo and otlleUnt service of lion George T Farris in the Senate of Kentucky during the lato perilous session and wo earnestly recommend his renomJnatlon und election to tho same offloo T B RomxsoN ohmn M D UuuliKS sooy 1 IAletter from R C Bywatcw at Ncz Idaho says This has been a great grand unit orlow gt for tho people of this ro oe ttuiy Flux at 5la a bushel oats 11 n hundred wheat 15 cents yoailing steer 925 i two year olde 36i three ycar olds 15 to 150 and everything elso In propor r tion with next years prospects just as bright 0r At Majflold Sheriff Sam Douthitt v and Deputy John Usher went to tho homo of Charles Howlln a dlvo keeper to arrest Birch Jlollyer Ho resisted t arrest and Usher fired on him Bowfin 1ran Into the room and shot Usher through the heart and was In turn shot and killed by ShorllT Douthitt I t The director of the German Nation al Bank of Newport decided to otter no reward lor Brown tho defaulting j assistant cushier They think no doubt that they have spent enough mouoy onI him The estimated production of gold and- Over for tho 20 yeara ending 1000 was Gold 1220000000 francsfpllows silver 3100000000 francs Tlio ratio I lr value was thou l5l to 1 t A lame shoulder la usually caused by t rheumatism of the muscles arid way be cured by a low applications of Chamber 011IIln1111111101 For ale by Craig Hockcf Druggists HUSTONVILLE The Misses Adams will soil MII1I 30daysThose 01uo count are urgently requested to roll at once and settle W C Grconlug The C E auction given nt Mr T L Carpenters Friday night was a roar Ing success literally judging from the laughter prolonged deop toned hearty resonant shrill and silvery big guffaw little guffaws middle slzod gulTnwri and finally hoarse guffaw tall proceeded from the assemblage John RIITe proved an excellent auctioneer and disposed of elegant bumanitygoods of the man species well wrapped In varylogwas an opportunity that forlorn maids did not let slip by but with excited mien unit reckless purse lId they bid and bid until each marched off trl umphantly with her purchase Then the boys turn came and each was ex pected to tako his owner Into supper which was delightfully served and de lightedly eaten Mrs Carpenters house was Indeed ono of mirth that night A largo crowd whs there and the sale and supper brought over 18 AC The Uurtonvlllo Order of Red Men on the afternoon of Doc 27lb made its Initial bow to the public and covered Itself with glory Tbp novelty of the proceedings bad attracted an Immense number of people and the strcpts along the line of march were crowded with spectators Wben the Rod Men about 30 strong appeared In their handsome regalia and riding beautiful horses they received great applauicnnd when they struck tho trail of some Inoffen site cowboys tho scone became excit log After a thrilling chase and many hairs breadth escapes tho cowboy were captured and wore on tho verge of being burned at the stake but were rescued by the very opportune arrival of Pocabontas In aoaulomoblle accom panted by the Prophet This conclud ed tbo street parade In the evening tho Red Men Quieted by u fow pale faces entertained a largo audience at the opera house Tho program con slsllog of music by Misses Mary and Anglo Carpenter Camillo Hopper Dot Camnltz and Dolly William and W- It Williams O S Williams A B C Dlnwlddlc V B Morse Jr Howard Comnlt and J Bccchcr Adam a rec Ration by Mist Anglo Carpenter and a farce by the members of the order was splendidly rendered and evidently ap predated as shovn by tbo frequent encores After tbo performance a ban quit supervised by Mrs D S Carpen tel was given at the Wcatbcrford Ho tel Tho tables were decorated with holly and flowers and the courses were elegantly prepared The guests were served by tbo bravo In full Indian cos tumeThe entire performance was per foetly managed and reflects great cred it on the I O It itL of Uuglonvlllc K B A 1HOMINKXT OHIOAGO WOMAN SIHA S Prof ltoxf Tyler of Chicago Vice Preel deal Illinois Womans Alliance In speak mg of Olmrabcrlrtinu Cough Remedy ears I suffered with n severe cold this winter Hlilch threatened to run Into pneu mania 1 tried different remedies but 1 counted to glow worse and the medicine upset my etrfhmch A friend ndvlcotl mo to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy end I found it warplcftimiil to Inku and it ro hoved mo at once I am now entirely recovered saved a doctors bill tune and suffering and I will never be without this splendid medicine again For sale hy Craig ft llocker ROIIKKT NOAKS a witness In tbo Goebol cases Is said to bo In Canada J C Maynor of Corbln who Is bondsman for him has become nlarrai o3 It la said and gone after him Noaks Is an cxLlncoln county man The Davlcss county grand hoe Indicted Mayor Small the city council and the city of Owensboro on account of the alleged filthy condition of the city lockup at Owonsboro A Kansas City woman who stole a ride on a street car seven years ago has just sent Co to tho company saying that her conscience would not let her keep tho money longer It IB positively thatrfugitives W S Taylor and Chas FInloy will not bo surrendered to the Kentucky authorities by Durbin tbo new governor of Indiana The exportation of cotton from tho United States for the year amounted to 18000000 pounds eight years before It was lest than 10000 JohnDoylo ol Brldgeton N J bus been put In jail 100 times for drunken noes Ho la an umbrella repairer and U 00 years old George commllled suicide near Evansvlllo Ind bccauso his dl vorced wife would not marry him the third time MATRIMONIAL Milson Pitman and Visa Lizzie Wren were made one at Bcrdlne Wrens on tbo 27th Samuel Breeding aged 20 and Miss Lizzie Crase 11 were married In Lctchcr county- Thcophllous Durham aged ID and Miss Ida VInson 15 were married at tbo courthouse last week Thee Stephens aged 80 and Miss Corbin aged 05 a popular Bath county couple wero united In marriage yesterday Leslie Bradshaw and Miss Laura Layton of Garrard were made ono by Rv R R Noel at G W DoBords last week Carl Strange business manager of the Columbia Spectator was married last week to Miss Lulu Whltcan Adair county beauty Miss Addle Hlalt the pretty daugb tar of George Hlatt of Brodhead wee married last week to Harry Cbaitccn of that county The marriage of Dr Hodgo and Miss Iletllo Asher 1H of Plhcvllle took place at Jelllco Miss Asher had protended to go to Lexington on a visit Wm Oalte of Cooper and Miss Ada Daugherty of Stcubcnvllle wore mar rled last week at the residence of the brides father Mr I bmacl Dougherty near Somerset Miss Ida Dickey the handsome youog lady of Cavo City who has frequently visited Mrs J S Rice here was mar ried last week to Mr RO Creel They will make their homo In Birmingham MII8 Julo T Vaughan who visited hero last Spring with Mrs I N Vaughan was married last week In Richmond Va to Mr George Starke a prominent farmer of Hanover county Rev A J Bachman of Schaeffers town Pa broke the record by marry ing seven couples In less than an hour In 22 years ho has married over 1300 couples and bo tics the knot so well that butfew of them have resorted to tbo law to untie It Invitations are out to tbo marriage of the beautiful Mill Virginia Mlcth um Bowman daughter of Mrs Mary Withers Bowman of Danville to Chas Perry Cecil Jr at the Christian church In that city on the Oth Miss Bowman Is wcll known here where she lived several years Mr J S Goodc of this place and MUs Cora Rode of Shelby City clap ed to Jeffcrsonvillo last week and wore married The bride IB a charming brunette while the groom U a clever young quaUQeatloneclod the pair on their trip CHURCH MATTERS The handsome Baptist church at Cynlhlana was damaged several thou sand dollars worth by fire A watch service was bold at the Methodist church last night and many members of that church watched and prayed until the new year came In A Kokorno Ind Uoalor made this confession In ohurcb The greatest sin of ray life was committed at the last election A fellow gave me 320 to vote for MoKldloy and 1 took his mon oy und then voted for Bryan Next time I will vote as they pay me- An II effort is bolng made among the chrUtlan people at Mlddlesboro to start a hospital for iho benefit of the poorer class of mountain people The morn bore of the Northern Methodist church are back of the movement and it Is said the church may bo converted Into a hospitalRev Darslo preached his 23d anniversary at the Christian church at Frankfort last Sunday This church has 001 members and raped 8t6114S last year It supports Its own missionary in China Rev Darale Is a brother of Mrs f B Walkerf this city Winchester Democrat THIS AND THAT The Detroit street railways have been united In a company with 812 500000 capital willhoIs slightly bettor countyWallncohis brother Lee Hill fatally wounded- J C Donta Bros have rented the Durginfor7CO acres or wheat and It is looking well A mall pouch containing It U esti mated 100000 In checks negotiable papers and money was stolen from the railroad station at Wyandotte a suburb of Detroit THE MOTHERS FAVORITE Clmuiborlnlns Cough Remedy Is the mothers favorite It Is pleasant and safe for children totake and always cures It is Intended especially for coughs cods tho11I6tTlioro is not to children for it contains no opium or nJconlMolltl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Felix Vaughtdicd at Somerset Friday Pcrryvllle bas trained one citizen tlnccilast census Two Mormon elders wcro ridden on a rallby angry Whitley county citizens James M Brown was Wbltloycounty1Jim John Baker In Boyle was held without ball Doc Nelson an aged Negro regarded by his race as a hoodoo was found dead atDanvilleCal fatally shot Fox Love lace while returning from church In Wayne county Mrs Mary Russell of Nlcholasyllle was adjudged Insane She formerly lived at Crab Orchard Dill Holland was killed und E T Garrard was seriously wounded In light at a dance near Manchester Postmaster Frost of Alum Springs has resigned and will go In the fruit raising business near Junction City W B and E H Hansford editors of tbo Republican bought the plant of the Paragon Co at Somerset for 1392 C C Decker a Bryntsvllle mer chant accidentally shot himself with a criticalproperty Is J4370177 There Is some thing of an Increase over last years assessment W E Singleton the Lexington photographer who once lived in tile Southern ond of this county Is dead of consumption Some one dynamited the house of Dan Baker colored at Ntcholasvllle A corner of the house was torn oft but Bakers slumbers were not disturbed Thomas Kldd shot and probably fa tally wounded Mrs J C Bryant at her home In Whitley county Kldd was drinking and claimed it was an noel dentMrs Toba Loving was found dead in bed at her home near Pltlsburg Her 3 ycar old child had fondled and cried over Its dead mothers body for three days and had almost perished from cold and hunger when the discovery was made Edgar Parrott a 12 ycar old boy in Marlon county thought he heard a burglar trying to enter the family real deuce Ho seized a shotgun to defend the house and the weapon was acci dentally discharged wounding four members of the family Four men have been killed and ono wounded in the Clay county fights within the past two weeks while two other Clay county men wero killed and two wounded In a fight jut over the Clay line during the same period mak Ing a total of six killed and 12 wounded within two weeks The L N railroad people have be gun to do some extensive work at Cor bin New tracks ore being graded a now yard office Is about completed and a riowTrelght depot will be erected in a few weeks Work will bo begun soon in enlarging tho pIac ing new machinery In the shopS 1 That Senatorial Problem Again LANCASTKR KY Dec 31As much has boon said In reference to tho right of a county In this Senatorial district to name the candidate for the ensuing term I beg leave to submit the follow ing The legal order is Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey Casey coming aft ter Garrard and as Garrard has tho of flee now it follows logically that It U Casey time 10 name tho candidate Tho assertion that a county once gave tray to another goes for naught because when a county falls to take advantage of her time she cannot claim until her time comes again and all the other go Into tho Held for the nomina tion for that time The school boys game of marbles will demonstrate this This has been the custom In tbo dIE trlet so we need not go further back thou 10 years to solvp lho problem In 1885Casoy furnished the candidate In 18S9 Doyle In 1893 Lincoln In 1S07 Garrard and of course It will bo Caseys turn In IDOl Now If Casey does not put up a man the field Is open to the other three counties to name a candy date and In 1003 it will bo Lincolns time to nominate This Is the only solution of the matter Very Respct A DRMOCRAT What most people want is something mild and fiontle when in need of a physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to n dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig Mocker Druggists Pat Crowo an uld time crook was identified liS the man who wade Inquires concerning tho ownership of the house In wjiloh young Edward Cudahy was coollned after he was abducted Six tnflii wcro killed und several olth era hurt by an explosion of dynamite n railroad construction camp near Dur bin W Vnt rt vir= v =f Kpjij IJJ +rivr5 = = t j1 SPECIAL PRICES IttJ 1 Nie r lJtI Suits and Overcoats f LLargest Assortment Always on Hand fr Q 1IrJ 1JfTHE GUOEvVTailoring Cleaning Pressingand Repairing Rz 1Your money back it lur not satisfiedi r rMILLER a HIRSCH Dariyiiif pSuccessors J L Frbhman Coik = 4 = b cc Cut Prices J Dont forget that we can save you from 200 to 500 on an Ovccqat or Suits Greatly Reduced Prices on OYercpats f 1 r Suits sold Cheaper than you ever saw themr j sT e l Odd Pants at Actual host The Season is advancing and we want to soJJtbIt i Cummins MeC1aryi Clothiers and Furnishers Wo wish to thank our costomeis for their very liberal patronage during the pastyear V We have made every chart to supyly you with GOOD G ODS AT LOW PRICES a And we believe we have succeeded fairly well We wantyour trade for the cowing V year and believe wo can make it to your interest to tro with us If you are not already a customer of urs GET IN LINE AT ONCE stt J And Let us t1G your orders this your Yours Forlluslncss f g HIGGKENS McKINNEY Stanford vY PHONE 10 J I TAKE YOUR PRBSCR1PlIONSJJ TO JiI Craig Hoc er Stanford For Accuracy and Low Prices Ii WBMRoberts j t THE DRUGGIST s Sells Best Goous At Eottomhicea f f i r Trade With HimfisI w wr 6 THE INTERIOR JOURN fa STASFQUD Ky TAX 1 1901 E 0 WALTON i TUB doctors acera determined to cutoff all the good thlnga of life Tho uso of oysters has often been dlscourag on the ground that they were uodor certain conditions dangerous medlui of conveying disease especially jterms of typhoid fever Now tho physlcla are said to have forbidden another rellb nearly as popular at this time of the year sCclery has come under the ban ofthB doctors who say that It Is equally well adapted to transmitting the polsono element of the soil and carrying the germs of typhoid Fortunately no one taker theso discoveries very serious v and people will cbntlQtto to enjoy thelr celery with the toothso bivalve and 1r risk the cba eeVptdtMe and death TILE lOih ceawryt klrib Bdmem f arable his pw 4 liHo and t o day wo begin the 26tpradla5wit hope and repleBcle8tlth pigmir Singularly fOlt1na is tU jreneratC n In nltneHiog the utgolmR et an epoc d4tthat has Imprinted ont ie worlds Bn a record of unequaled progre t and unrivaled advancement and the I- tbcoming of another which will undoub edly make still larger and more mart elous contributions to human hapf ness human cnllehtment and to aU earthly prosperity Truly we live In a r great age and right truly should weap predate the wondarathat are Wrouph- qi aa the days of this fast age rap Idlyrol by j DBL LATE WILCox of Hawaii Isa pretty expensive luxury toUje uxpa ere of thellnlled Statoa He has th 1dtetlnctioq of having drawn a4argi amount of money fog ntlleagc thanaDV other man ever el ctl to Csngres The government allows oe f1per mile and Mr Wilcox straw op ii male age of 5300 for therouad trip itie to sal being therefore offer JiOOO To actual coat of such a trlp la about i 0Oi not Including meals S 5 IP Senator Jones Is Featly going resign u Chairman of the Nation al democratic committee why not make hU successor a gdnlleman like Opv James B McCreary who la noipnlV a statesman vrhd has the Confidence of the people but who has shown time and again that in political affairs ho Is a born general In our humble judge 4 meat he la just tbealze In evpry way to fit the position HERSUEL V GOODNHJUT of Simp eon has shied his castor Into the riot of Senatorial aspirants which includes Gov James B McCreary Judge Jame E Cantrlll Congressmen Dave Smith v and Charley Wheeler and a raft ototh era with lightning rods up We wont give his name but we do not mind tell log our readers In strictest confidence that the race Is already won and the prize nailed down 1 GOV MOUNT the Indiana harborer of Indicted assassins says he will re turn to hla farm without regret Neith er will anybody else regret his depart ure from the political arena and the only regret that will be experienced r when he returns to the vile earth from which ho sprung unwept and unbonor ed will be that be went unhung IT Is not often that son succeeds fa tber In this way In 1371 President Grant appointed John M Francis the founder of the Troy N Y Times to be minister to Greece Francis son succeeded him as editor and proprietor of the Times and ho In tura has just boon appointed minister to Greece by i President MoKlnlcy PERSONS wishing legal business transacted In the HoosIer State should write to Taylor Moorcs C Mlllbr at Indianapolis We dont know the hat tel two fellows but are pretty well posted as to the senior member who 1Y the courts of this State would like ton get a chance at Ho Is a slick Individ r ual A LYON county mans life was saved r by a high uaidlng collar An enemy attacked him with a knife and the collar kept his jugular from being sever ed The average dude has great re epect for his jugular and that class will wear higher collars than ever now OUT of a total of 15000000 votes cast at the last election the prohibition can didate for president got only about 200000 This Is not very encouraging to the cold water party but its mem bers keep grinding along hoping to do bettor next time TIlE Paris Reporter John L Bos ley formerly of this place editor has ceased publication It has never bad a r liberal patronage proving that the re publicans of Bourbon tlo not care for an organ EDITOR SOMMEHS of the Elizabeth town News has the sympathy of the press In the loss of his wife Christmas a brought only sorrow to him se AliOUT tho wont thing tho now year aid 20th century brings us Is a partisan j republican court of appeals raft answer to a telegram from the Atlanta Journal oxPrcsldent Cloy land said ho did not vote for MoKlnl lie didnt take the times to say ho oted for Bryan which of course ho Illdnt do EDITOR S F Rocic of the Richmond Register is passing under the rod ot sorrow Ills excellent who has just died of paralysis POLITICAL Judge James E Cantrlll of Georgetown is a candidate to succeed Senator DoboeSecretary of State Hill is nrrangi for the compilation printing and dls trlbullon of 50000 copies of the nov election laws- Admirers of the Hon W J Dran sent him 11 turkeys for Christmas Be chose tho ono sent by Capti Jim W hiatus of Louisville for Xmas day Bland Ballard chief deputy la hav Ing hla house hold goods moved from Richmond to Danville Ho evident thinks the collectors olllco Is going to stay at tho latter place W T Watson has been appointed postmaster at Nina Garrard county J S Barnes Lowell Garranl county E 0 Dewitt Gudgel Anderson count and Ed Blacksburg Cora Anderson county State Senator Washburn of Pennsylvania who was elected as a populls baa announced that ho will vote wit the republicans His action gives Quay control of tho organization of the State Sonata Gov Beckbam announced that he would otTern reward of 8150 each for the approhcMlori of the murderers of Jphn Happfcman night watchman at he plant of tho Green River Aspha Tpmpaay at Louisville Secretary of State C B Illll has leslgnatcd the Lexington Morning Democrat as the other dally with tbe JonrUr Journal to publish the election cturna as olllcially declared The law equlruj that they be published in tw dailies The democratic State central corn itteo held u brief meeting at Coving t 5nu adjourning after a session of 10 ilnutes to meet at Frankfort Jan The only action beyond this was the adoption of a resolution oflercd by lommltteeraan John W Vrceland of tba oth district recommending to Gov teckbam the appointment of Charles 1 Poyntz of Maysvllle as tbo demo ratio partys member of tho State lection commission NEWS NOTES Nashville police made nearly 100 rrcsta last year Chales L Moreland has bought the rloccton Banner Kentucky census shows 20 towns with over 4000 inhabitants Michael Maloney died near Montrose Pa at the age of 107 years Fugitive Taylor has formed a law irtneshlp In Mounts State A blizzard is raging In Nebraska tract car trams is badly blocked it uiaba John A Campbell for 30 years count ty clerk of Nicholas county died at Carlisle Cbarles Wilcox killed Glllts John- soa a notorious bad man near Mid csboro Edwin G Bedford a noted breeder of shorthorn cattle died at his real denc near Paris The grave of Nancy flanks Lincoln at Richmond led has been deeded to- tbe State of Indiana The Anaconda Mining Company has- sued W A Clark for 1075000 dam- anes for alleged trespass Domestic exports ot the UnIted States for 11 months In 1000 Indicate th4we lead tbo world In exports It is now said that Adolph Monncl Slrve the young Kentuckian who cut a splurge In Wall street la In a mad houseShortly after breaking the worlds bowling record at Indianapolis Webb- Jav was arrested on u charge of dm rlcment Jobn Recd bought a quart of whisky and got In change 810 for a 450 Confederate bill at Princeton Ho hasnt been seen since Henry Carson aged 13 was killed at- Irvine by a stray bullet from the pistol 01 drunken gang John Tiger an Indian ferryman tor prized the town of Eufaula I T wblla drunk killing three men and mnding a fourth Nicholas Beloga of PIttaburg Pa- sold his wife for 48 and his 2 ycar old 80n for two kegs of beer The pur cbasBr was Antonio Abbttlcba A W C T U member at Wichita Ias Invaded a saloon and destroyed u 30 0 painting representing Cleopatra taking a bath and a 8100 mirror Germany wants the United States to- pay claims for damages to property of German subjects In Cuba prior to and durlDJt SpanishAmerican wary n Is said there are nearly 100 cases of smallpox at Murray and the efforts of this health olllcials to stop the cpl- demlc have not yet been successful The story that schoolchildren wcro Jrowned In Iowa was originated by waggish railroad trainmen as a joke- and was entirely without foundation U A Jennings who while editor the Washington Ind democrat was Ittcapped has sued citizens of tbat- city and county for 1200000 damages 41 Sherman Merldotb acquitted at Oar bourvllle of the murder of Grant Taylor was killed from ambush by an unknown person at his homo In Knox Cooper of Tennessee was at tending the funeral of murdered John Usher at Moyflold when she WitS thrown from a wagon In a runaway and her neck broken The recently Issued revised edition of Websters Unabridged DictIOnary contains 25000 now words and mean toga collected during tho past 15 year the addition filling 213 crowded page Dean D W Batson resigned lrom Kentucky Wesleyau College Winches ter because the faculty would not dla clpllno the football team for leaving the grounds to play Georgetown Col legeJohn Smith an Omaha bmom make has positively Identhled Pat Crowo as the man who rented the Schneider wind house which was used as a prison for Eddie Cuiiahy while he was being hold for ransom Burglars blew open tbo safe In tho postolllce at Louisa Saturday night and carried away about 1500 in money and 1900 worth of stamps Tho work Is thought to have been done by experts and thero is no clew Five of the Goebel murder consplra cases against W H Cullon Green and Wharton Golden W S Taylor and Charles Flnley are on the docket for the term of the Franklin circuit court ivhluh begins Jan 7 It Is not likely that any of them will be tried ADDITIONAL LOCAL A HAPPY and prosperous new yea to you A NEW lot of Douglass shoes at Cum mina MoCJarys GOINO at cost 50 felt hats Mrs Kirby and Miss VanDoveor SPECiAl prices on I for the next 10 days to reduce stock J n BIUE nan b Co JIM TALL was held over In 3100 or booting at Forrest Uansford Christ ms morning Tnt Red Mens entertainment at lustonvllle Thursday night waan sue CC8S In every way and those who went from here are loud In praUo of It They learcd about 470 THE Christian church Sunday schm desires through these columns to thank Ir W W Saunders the new grocer man for his liberal donation of presents put on the Christmas tree C A LATIIAMao butcher on till lice Grass Special was arrested at anvllle by a U S deputy marshal barged with tampering with mall mat- tel His home Is at Faulconcr Boyle county TUB owners ot the ddlesboro 0- era House will convert it into a livery table If Waltons Opera House were inverted Into something ot the kind It would bring lots more revenue to the owners 254 Jamea C ildaccompanied the uatonvlllo crowd on their hunt tc Calley and they killed In all 254 saya that Mr J G Weatborford or illdale went with tbo crowd and carried the game Tilt pocketbook advertised ffl our lastlilsuc belonged to II B Boonewbi came after It Wednesday It ldnt contala as much money as It did when It was lost but ho was glad to get backs much as be did THE Millers terpreseote by the young people of Crab Orchard at that place Friday night was a mos joyablo entertainment About 435- as taken In and the audience was catly pleased at tho show IIUSTONViuKs population la given bv the last census as 45or 10 less than 10 years ago Crab Orchard W5 a fall in off of OS and Rowland 310 a do uasooM22 What has become of- the people have they all moved to Little Britai- nr TItANitSMrs S M Spoonamoro of Hubble has our thanks for a liberal 8ample of a half dozen cakes any of wblch was good enough to take the- blue tie The black or fruit cake- sbe had on exhibition at Lancaster was as good as It was pretty BOUGHTCtiURcEtMr I Druce the liveryman has bought of- Mr T M Goodknlght for 1000 tho- old Christian church on Depot Strcet- and will convert It Into a livery stable lbe lot has frontage of of 114 feet on Depot Street and runs bUCK 105 feet DIVIDENDS Both the Lincoln County National and First National Banks declared their usual 3 per cent lvl- dends yesterday and each Institution carrier something to the surplus fund lbe Hustonvllle National Bank declared 5 per cent and carried one Ilcr- ccnt to profit and loss MR EDITOR permit me through your tier to extend my sincere thanks to- our many friends for their liberal donations on Christmas eve also for the many substantial expressions of good w1l received during all the past year I assure you dear friends this kindness Is appreciated May the riches of Gods grace abound with you all S M Ran kin cl OPKICEUS of the ifnocabco lodge of this placo will ho Installed Wcdno day night and much Importabt bus ness will be transacted A largo attendance It requested COM7MHIA has organized a Commer clnl Club Stanford had ono for ubout two weeks taut what became of It even thopfllcora and directors would have a hard time telling now I ON and alter today our terms will be cash or 30days No accounts will be run longer than the latter time and wo ilball expect those who ask us for credit to be ready to settle on the 1st ot each mom Your account Is ready for you and yo are earnestly requested to call and set tie Beazloy Broa NEW MlLLi Morris Fred has leas cd for 10 years the ground where Mr William Dau hertY shops nox stand and will begin in a few days to build a flouring mill and later supply It with tho most modern machinery Mr frcd has done well with his exchange and hopes to receive at liberal patronaf when ho gets his now enterprise In 01 oration TUB Danville ews tempts to take the Stanford Hop Club to taste because it refused to admit a number of youn bloods from that town to its dance hereon the 27th but wo wish to call the News attention to tho fact that no person who had received an Invitation to attend was denied admittance to the bill room When a person falls to receive an invitation to an entertainment It is usually taken as cvldenc hit ho Is not expected on that particular occasion S H C RASDAM COOK ot Lincoln county bite sued Hdltor W P Walton for the snug sum of 25000 damages by reason of the publication In the iNTUitior OUKVALot an article regarding a trli Cook made to Frankfurt during the ox clung times at tho State capital Its out of rcasoti to expect an editor to employ detectives to ferret out the ruth of every little 2x4 Item publish cd and they have to take lots for grant el11D getting out espy But nil news aper men arc willing to make quick orrectlon of any mistake nod they always do so when a person husonouii ilrness to go to tho editor like n man Bnlilen him of his mistake lint some people aro prone to po to law and when oachcd by some jackleg lawyers take advantage of every opportunity to do- IsoCentral Record NOTICE Persons having claim against the late II Powell will prrarntthcni orIJlronn- to me for payment at once J T IBAVKIL A1mr Olloorll Creek Kr FOX LOCAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE ANVILLE KENTUCKY Honci and Mule constantly on hand and- tor iloat all times W Logan Wood Manager H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call X DT7C ATION AZi will open a Normiil Shod on the lint imlay In January 1001 at Kubnnk Ky Tuition f per month Would Iw prntvful tor the patronage of uny who an content attending a achool ut this kind Ior rtlierlnformatlanuildrcM mo at 1ulankl ntucky JOHN WAUK A 3 PRICE Surgeon Dentist B toilford Ky OlflcewTf II11ulllInc R A JONES DENTIST t Stanford Icy Onioc over IIIgRlns McKlnnoya Store Telephone No 48 Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will Im In DanYlllo blon lays WeJuawlaTs anJ 1rMiyi Will lie In SUnforl TucUjr Tliurtlayi sod Saturday Olftcoln the renntngtoii UiilMIne Slanfonl Ol flee hour to u tea PI OSTEOPATHY This Sdenco orljlntU1 and Inaoll1o lr Jlt- A T Still of KlrKiTlllr Mo dewnl oil the principles of Anitom and 1liyilology for Its re mits It require no tulth no Ilrllll no rubMni nour lcat operation and dahl hlcg tuiPtr natural 1lateuwlhrview lean in a machine oho many lliIrtli lu keynote It adjustment When nil lUIt She properly ndJurlul end not urrrvorked liu llh Ir the result Souieoltlic Jlvnscf trontol liy ut Nervosa 1nntratlon IFeailacliea Neuralgia Hhemiiatlsii Catarrh weak Iranulatcil IIJ ioltre heart Lirer sod lung Neeaaw Couallpatlon Enlarged all stoic and lntentinaf trouhle Ulaewea oillon Doll Joint Dislocation MllfJolntf 1iralTtli Inoontlifnp of Urine Locoinolor Alex la Feuiale p7eaau a tpeclalty Consultation Free A New Years Greeting To OUR 1 PATHOXS AXD FUUJVD- SWo hcuvo u sigh of regret lot the passing away of the Old Century For more than the laSl ilcciulo it has boon uxcoodingly kind to ns Our Success in your midst hits been phenomenal AYo have watched nail have seen each successive years volume of business show an increase over its predecessor We have seen hundreds of new cus toilers added yearly First troll our immediate vicinity x then gradually branching out until this past year our busi ness from tho Counties of Casey and Kockcastlo lots ht suilicient business to have satisfied the average merchant u ehtl mf We fully realize that our Sincerest thanks aro duo our lpatrons and ve most heartily extend then to you We have tried hard to please 11111lmake it a point thnfIno dissatisfied customer shall leave our stool It reason that after our long sojourn with you and our contin hell success we arc certainly deserving1 With the advent of tho New Year vo conic boloroi JOl1 stronger them over prepared to nmko prices that doiy 1 lompetition If you are ono of our customnr we arc snt y1 lied you will Come again If yon lire not conic and trymil Vo will convince the most skeptical We trust you have luula pleasant Christnuis end icartily wish you a Happy Xew Year with MIOCISS to M OWn all mJr Louisville Store r SHLINCER BReSI I I T 1D RANIBY MCR fI OVERCOATS SUITS AND r1 ODD PANTS From the lest manuf aclurtrs Seo our line before making your per chase f W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 1 r 11N K111N11 NtiN1 Z We Have a Kul Lne of i Ledgers Journals i 1 l Day and Cash Books i the SeW Year Hood totals nl Iw lrie iFor ys Drug StoreTKLKlHONi SU LttitNt KNN1111V611d1Tt 4YL 7 Not Money But Lamps TO BURN I yTwo LlmoEca Dinner Sets at a Low Price AU an Klegnnl Lino of Salads CakeHates awl Many toISeetoIflfe i ique hambor ot lPrices Very Low Considering OurTenGEORGE H FARRIS CO 1 Ja A ALLEN a CO I Contractors Arid EUildersSTANFORD KY lava now n complete stoeknf Building Material Yellow fineSash illlnd and all kInd of reMed und Iloorlag Oolllug Doom LoCUitII Cooks oppedtopDr L i r fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAXIOIW Ki JAN 1001 II OUR prctcrlptluD work Is uosurpass 1ennyaII PERSONALSyu A Mit S P STAGO nt Shelby Is here l Mils J K POICTMAN was up from Louisville last week Nil JOHN W tOUT has been quite tick for icvcrnl day UlUitttiTQiilNSTKAU Wll8 down from Richmond last week Mugs WILLIAM HAMILTON t heIwas here last week between trains SARI Jot Uuitcii of CcntrorlllcQ pent eovornl dayi at homo hero p1 Mils Die W B wefJ Mns J G OAIIIE TEn love- rf gialDllJ M BltONAUQll of Purcell I jTl with his paronu at Crab Orch ardMISS HUTU HOPKINS of Shelby vlllo tbo guest of Mill a Smith witfh t seIMK AND Mils NEK LAWIIKNCK of Marlon were guest of Mr nod Mrs I Kd Nevlu Mn JA JONH8 of Oarranl aiplen f did friend of this paper was In town last week Miss LUCIUK Coormt spent a por lion of the holidays with friend In j wife of 1Ittabur pont several dnyywith his broths- James Durk HUeyts j Mu o Wren- MissJKNNtKI IAYKftof Crab Ore a nrd spent several lays with Mr Mar iba Severance C II DlTTMAN of NoUon county spent tovurnl daywith his brolhcr n law C Mobley t Miss MARY CAMIMIKLL of Howllnp r h Green spent tavernl days with MlbrMettle Dellordo IMns CLHO QIIOWN of Mt Vernon ipent covcrnl day with her brother Mr M O William Miss ANNA COOK spent mot of tho I holidays with her cousin MIea Ka SAllee In UarrOtJ burl I MIL AND MKK J K KUUANKS hay o Imorn from Hoylo to tho Abraham farm near Walnut llal- iuMusltHr n MAIIONV at tended tho tinlihti Templar banquet retLebanon Friday night MIC AND bins I N IIOWUNU O- tPJnevlllr spent several days with her rlather Mr Monroo Curtis 1 Miss OKKTIK HILTON of Lancaster Will hero last week on her way to Bred bend to visit her homofolks W111tlast week In Cincinnati where Mr Jones bought pta of spring goods MiiS Liu t HUVKMAN and Mlstt Anna Cook HutTmiin of Loxingtol were guests of relatives at iMit PrBAS TCCKKII of Purksvlllo i I spent several days with his friend- tSlImueIUelm of the Turner v111o sec e Mns JOK McCLU K of Crab Orchard order her paper soot to Green vlllo Texas to which place she ban moved Miss MAlt HUNDLKV who la college In Washington county jpc r tbo holidays with her parent Mr and it Mrs J S HundlcySrHtnmnjf school nt Klrksvlllo spout last week with her parent Mr and Mr a II P New land In tbo Halt Ind Pic J W PAIUCIIIIL has moved h family to Ottonhulm whore 13 wl prncrlcphtg profession Hal u fir physician an excellent gentleman and the friends he and his family made 4 during their sojourn hero hope ho will do well In his new ibid w Mns Mos s TANNBK of MeKlnnjy Ix with her parents hero M eStrs Car rlu Coffey and Lizzie Hock of MeKIn ncy wcro puentb of friends hero Mlaa Alice and Alma DlfllvI HustonTllle afro wlthMlB MlnnloSeura Somerset v Journal t DRANU MRS rD COOK had n farally reunion Wednesday when tho f lIolVjnft were present and cnjojrcd an excellent dlnncr Mr and Mrs J W T Sauce al Horrodsbucg Mrs J M I Owens and Miss Mary Davis of Somer- setr Mr 8 M Owens wife and Dow plan Mr JB Owens wlfo and O H Owens and Mrund Mrs W D McKln fey Die Jl A JONES a prominent tic c MUt of Stanford whoso parents rosldo t hear Montpelier Adulr county reach cd Columbia last Saturday night and will bowlth his homo pcoplo during the holidays When tho subject of this madeLL 11 mind to chooso n rt r nllzcl1 that an education WBJ necessary to make a success In llfo Therefore ho entered college at Lox ington sad subsequently raduated- withI honors from Old Centre Dan jk vlllc Ho bolds two diplomas from don jr fcllnstltuttonB and today ho stands ylth tho front men of his profession Jjroughout tho State Adalr Nowe t t r I n WI18Iherowas hero yesterday onIs01UrllYsMiss Bitici WEAHEN Is visiting M LexingtonMiss Dan le Is with tho Misses Nowland yesterdayDlt C A Cox has rented tho D W Vnndcveer place on Somerset Avenue CLAYllUlLEY Jit id Visiting his slater Mrs It U Ilourlgan In Marlon Mn K P OW8LKY of Columbus Ga pent several day with relatives re Mit AND Mns J K CLAUNCH of Somerset wore at Mr J H Lynns II J T ADAIK of Mlllcrsburgwas the guest of ODD of our pretty girls last ek MK AND Mits J T Cuitl of Bur n wdro guests of Mr and Mr A W Curd Mjt8 F J KKLLEYi of Danville Is guest hercanghtcr 11re nV Uallou TucKPlt who Is attending allege itt St Mary V spent Christmas at homo K H PKTTCS of tho Gilbert Creek ction spent Xma with his father at omerset Mit J K ARNOLD of PItt burgwai Llfcoleouoty a Miss FLOKRNCR TANNED of Molvln ney Is the attractive guest ot Mits Daisy Vandoveer SIIRUTOV M SAUKIHY of tho Lex- Ington Democrat was hero several Ldays of pas i week 1rrollIthilss ANN KVANS UnioiiT had umber of her young Hands with h leaf nljrbt to watch tho now your come In Mit AND MILS GHOIIOII P 1ln1011 of Hubble will movo to Danvlllo We ne day and will bo cordially welcomed to the ally Advocate S W MKNRKKKiMUlttng bis at Montgomery Ala Mr Greet- erry Hrlght sad fatuity will move to town this week Advocate KLiiBNi WILSON Hubert Barnes aort M Good of Heo Lick were on yesterday train bound for Lexington cellegoy8 of tho East End nod wife will move to Lebanon Jun tlon this week much to the regret of their legion of friends in this county couotybOilsell pianos and oVgans for Ilardln llclhm Wo commend him to tho good peoplo of Pulaskl MR W P WALTON wife and onf William and Owsloy came over from Lcxlnltonlas week The former re turned tho following day but Mrs alton and the boys Are at lIon J S Owsleys whore she has been MISSES KATE BOOM nod Mabel Taylor of Htutonvllle accompanied J11eaFvlleaoTaylortothncontcethnast ro of Miss Hoglos pupils and she proved to the audience that she had boon well Instructed It KKKNR LUTKS of Richmond visited his par nts Mr and Mrs John Lutes near Mlllcdgcvlllo during tho holidays and a party was given In bis honor by Messrs Charles and Grrely Inadd Miss Abblo Lutes which was a atTlrntAND MRS J C KING of tbo ist land will leave In a few days for Oklahoma with the view to locating We dislike to give up such good people but as thoy go In quest of health wo are satisfied they will return as soon an they secure It LOCALS A jpaw thousand dollars to loan on good security Apply at tills olllco Two residences on West Main Street for sale on easy terms Apply at this olllcg addedoe il lat wcok prctty good for Christmas times THE delinquentlist for tho year 1fwill bo published after Feb 11001 amsold to tho highest bidder L Hughes collector KiLLiNa Tecumsoh Waters was shQtand Instantly killed at 1fusses itoof Christmas day by Thomas Lee who at Joeii 500 John anti Thomas Leo had been deputized to arrest Waco Waters a brother of Tccumsah and It wee di tag tho attempt to take him In chargela that tho killing occurred Waters was shot twice ono ball striking him in tho shoulder froai tho relit and tho other la the forehead ns ho turjacd around Leo claims that ho believed Vat arelt WAS going to kill his brother John that bo shot to provant him from doing so Ho testified that Tecumseh Waters had his pistol presented as If ready to shoot but others testified that It swung tram one of his hands Waco Wet was wanted for shooting In tho to limits AT the annual election of the Odd Fellows William Hamilton was elected N G C L DIWC3 V G A C Sine Secretary Will Stone Treasurer and J T Harris lost Tilts Boyle county man who has eat en ratenjoyinghervocate says bo cats regularly two for breakfast and two for supper IT Is put G M Divljon will bo tho republican nominee for rcprcicntatlvo In this county Wo are surprised that the oxCongressman should accept such an empty honor v G T ASH LOGIC bas bought of J T Lcavoll administrator of U M Pow oil the stock of goods at Gilberts Creek sad has takes charge Mr Ashlock Is a splendid young man and tthWK raise a howl hero The census only glues us 1051 Inhabitants when a blind man could tell wo bavo at least L000 We aro glad to know however that we are larger than Lancaster the census docs only give us 11 pcolodA IRI ATE letter from H H Single too at Wayneeburg says Sony to form you that on the morning of the 10th between J and 4 oclock my sawmill burned Lola about 700 but no damage was dODO to tho lumber yard class by I nns solos to rebuild the mill on same grounds and will aim to bo sawing by Jan IStb Would bo glad to get a taw bills from your ton for i 2x0 2x8 or Ixs or boxing In fact anything that is manufactured at a nretclass country saw mill Anything you can do for mo in this lino I will gladly appreciatefTHAT good democrat and lever gen Lenrcon dtdaoy for ranorulnatlon for State Sen caporn t cd by his race three years ago when ho carried this district which many Sentdof the last eotslon of tho Legislature h opartunhty to further honor him THE following was sent from McKIn hey to the Lexington Derancfat wo glvo It for whet It Is worth bU88 Pat lino Francis who 108 years ego was born In a log cabin where tho town of Lancaster now stands died Friday night Site was tho last surviving member of a family of 12 children which blessed too union of Uobt Fran els and Lucinda ToDgucgato Until a short tlrno ego all her senses were well preserved and her pyslcal powers were remarkable Her vision was cleat tooth sound and hair but slightly tint ed with gray Sho remembered vivid ly tho scourge of flux that visited Ca sey county In ISlJ which almost do populated the county She was the on ly female in all tbo county that could bo Induced to solute Infected families and cure for the sick and dying One night she closed the ayes of nine per sons who succumbed to tho disease in her presence She was for many years a member of the Baptist church at place and died In Its faith perhaps oldest advocate of Us doctrines In t Stalq She was burled near Kings vllle this county SOMERSET Very taw changes havo been wrought In the good little city of Somerset since the writer was thnro six months ago although there Is every evidence that the capital of Pulaskl Is bolding her own From a financial- stanl1llOlnt she Is in tar better shape In the last few months six ealonn m have put JliOO In the treasury for II censes and they are soiling red liquor world without oDd The defunct Som erset Banking Co Is still tho talk of tho town and lie failure is felt by eve man woman and child In tho town either directly or Indirectly Knowing ones now say that the stockholders will havo to pay a small assessment which wont be good nova to our Lincoln con n ty friends who hold stock Judgo Sim eon Hicks who had been a rltbcn Somerset for IJOodd years died In at week aged 70 Besides bolas a splendid roan In ovcry way ho was a dcdIn thowool democrat who never stopped lighting for that cause Judgo Hicks married a Miss Carson of this place and she with a number of children grown survive Democrats aro not go log to lot the 1000 republican major last year deter them but on the c trary will put out a full county ticket and make an aggressive tight The roj publicans are mad niter county olllces and there aro from two to a dozen each olllco Mr John S May who Inrono of the many candidates for cot n ty clerk with good chances for nomination A C Martin former Stanford has opened a big store and doing nicely H S Gobch J D Swain M Gooch C C Gllllsplo and other proaperlsJohn MoBoaths store was brokon the other night and over 1100 worth of Jewelry Is missing Charlie CundllT and his pretty bride who was Miss Emma Alma Reed of Covln ton hi tripwuand Hotel f THE backs aro closed and tbo post ofllco Is observing Sunday hours on ac count of New Years day THE C I3 meet nt tbo lecture room of the Christian church at 21 M Wednesday The members are urged to bo present THOSE Indebted to mo please call and settle as have taken A M Pence In as a partner and tho old firms accounts must bo paid W A Carson Two happy hearts left hero this morning for JclTersvllle and it is moro than likely they bavo been made ono ore this They arc prominent young pea plo and have been sweethearts for some time MR A 1l PENCE has bought an in crest in W A Carsons buggy and Im business and can be found ere by those of his friends who want to buy any kind of vehicles harness farming implements e at tbo lowest prices OpulIbLfulalTalr The ball was tastily ecorated with the clubs colors holly pot plants zo the music by Selberts Orchestra of Louisville was almost di vine while the beauty and gallantry of title section were present and on their best behavior The supper at the StV Asapb which was enjoyed at Intermis sion was fit for the gods and elegantly served GUESTS who have returned from the golden anniversary of Mr and Mrs B F Jones at Harlwcll 0 report It do llgbtful in every respect Twofty flu guests consisting of children and grand children betides a few intimate friends Vera entertained a 5 oclock dinner Each course showed the sump relloDsInfinished art of the caterers of tbo 20th Many beautifuUglfls prlncl ally In gold gladdened the hearts of bride and groom and many friends echo our wish for many anniversaries of their ROth wedding day lastaShanks at their horns Tho Oaks in honor of Miss Sarah Baughman was enjoyed by a largo number of young peoplo The company presented a very lualcrous appearance when assembled la the drawing room and there was ranch guessingas to the Identity of each person All colors and races were represented by musks and costumes and there were also some very pretty tan cy costumes such as lower girls queen of hearts alesThe White House porter It represented by Mr John U Shanks made a hit 1tbv his rendition of GooGoo Eves Refresh meats were beautifully served At the proper hour and as each couple passed Into the dining room they were ruqulr cd to unmask The evening passed too quickly for all and it was with regret that all took their leave after thanking their host and hostess for such a pleas ant evenings entertainment TnrCeNTeST1a usual a small crowd gathered at Waltons Opera House Christmas night to attend tho flna annual contest for public school pupils gotten up by lips E II Bcazley ho11r T1 Hill Jr was chalaman and proogram Baughman of Beech Grove failed to como and there wcro only four contestants Miss Leila hello Jones Moreland Miss Ro berta OBannon Stanford Miss Hvl lone Taylor Hustonvlllo and Miss Susie Elmore Rowland All tho little dies did well but tho judges Rev S M Rankin sod Messrs J C McClary SunMisses Katie Mershon and Kate Waters rendered most aped ably several piano selections and Miss Polly Traylor entertained the crowd ryfor a few minutes with her splendid recital of the Death of Gen Jackson Mr Beuzley lost a small amount but is nut discouraged over It and will have another contest for public school pu plls at an opportune time during this year ofp tearful blizzard Is raging in tbo West and Northwest GEO T FARRIS Ot Ourrurd U u candidate for runomluntton composedJties to the the democratic party tyNOTICETo tlio tleposllos who left wheat with mo I notify you that I have decided to build u flour tho sago place where am run myforthe money for Iho wheat or I will furnlsli you tie lloutvyou will have to use until I htart up iny I will do any Va to unit Tho exchange from Dudderarx will bo taken olT the Ilrat of Jan I would like payylaaquaia Hp with W Traylor MOIUIIS VKTO PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE I1t0olonJlmIIOOIplate as that found In tho ordinary high Including kitchen ndcr garten In the primary department Tho common school Matho nmtlcs Sciences LutiKUn en and tho Rlblo pet further llllrthulalllilildressC Principal t g New StoreAVc have openeda full line o- fGroceriesIn the Miller Store Room next door to Cummins tC McClnry j and ask you to conic in sunsee our stock nnd get our 5 price Good Goods nt Low Prices will be our motto nail we will adhere strictly to it Everything new nun firstclass W W SAUNDERS t CJV STANFORD KY 4j J C saw wfieai e r ti 4 1tFURNITURE t AND CARPETS r r ii itj PICTURES AND itr J WINDOW SHADES1 I Wall Paper Rugs Toys Oil r Cloth Picture yJ Get priceswhere l youmay WITHERS irj5 Will have pries thatwilf v sell you the goods A Scorching Shoe Szffe I Beginning Tuesday Jan I I90ii Wo will place on sale for one month our entire lino of Oentj Fine Footwear Pick your choice of any make in the house and we will sell them to you for lew wedontSpring Line ned we need the moneys and we propose t To Close Out Entire Line at aloss These a o foals and we are hero to subtantinto theta Wo handle such makes at HANAN SONS STACY ADAMS FLORSHEIMS AND HELMUS BETTMANNS Look at our window for cut prices JOHN P JONES Stanford I 1i t DRY GOODS AND SHOES I IIary h i te Iour remnant Goods Sale 1 I sale 1 I SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House i mijW lRB aia JelLS EryeHas the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing Douglas erything found in a firstclassDry Goods Store JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky r r eF fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 2IbUaheCirudav ndFridav fl PER YEAR CASH When not sopsldsaOO will be ciaiied Entered n tile poitofflce at Stanford U tcondclast matter LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Corn at 225 In the field U reported + by the Woodford Sun Jesso Walter sold to a Michigan par ty a bay gelding for 8115 J E Eubanks bought of Harris Fox 01 yearHoecattlo at 4c Ed Corrigan says that Tod Sloan Is by odds tho boat jockey In the world D W Scott ot Pine Grove sold to Jonas Welhl 90 1500pound cattle at 485 r Mrs W H Owens of Boyle killed- a bronze turkey wblofi weighed JJ pounds V Milt Young of Lexington sold to T P Hayes j a yearling colt by Cayuga for 1600 The Burgln Jlolier Mills bought 800 bushels of wheat of RuMel Miller at 83o delivered M S Bauguman sold to Fox Lo gan of Danville seven threo year old mules at 88750 J A Bates bought of J ELynn 12 yearlings for 300 and sold them to Clay Sutton for 30950 WA and R H Pettui sold to H B Mark bury 100000 pounds of hemp at 470 IThey bad In 84 acres 16lshort yearlings at 815 and bought of C E Tato a bunch of calves at 19 r7 Lieut Gibson winner of the Louis ville and Latonla derbies Is dead at Chlcagp Mr Smltb the owner of him refused 20000 for the great fellow M J Earrls bought of C T Black 160 shoats at 4c and of Chas Wood a bunch of extra feeders at 41c He bought 350 barrels of core at 42Adv- ocate The wheat crop of the United States for 1000 is estimated at 522229505 bueh els The production of corn for the same period Is estimated at2105102510 bushels A fairly good crowd attended J H Stephens sale Friday and satisfactory prices were realized Corn In crib sold at 1190 to 2 oats 25 to 2Gc horse r 5150 to 7050 milk cows 2750 to 83250 bogs a little over 4c Dr M M Leach the wellknown veterinary surgeon of Danville has been employed by the British govern ment to take chargn of a largo trans port which U to sail from New Or leans loaded with cavalry stock for the English army In South Africa Will Moynaban and B D Spears were parties to a novel trade yesterday Mr Spears fancied a bONe owned by Mr Moynahan and remarked that he would girth the animal with ten dollar bills for same Mr Spears offer was e accepted and the measurement made it requiring nine tilde 190 to encircle the animals body Both men express ed themselves satisfied with the trade Jessamine Journal Col D N Prewitt and wife will not move to town ao they have bought of Thomas McRoberts the J W Guest place on the Stanford pike and will tike possession at once The farm Is a fine one of 306 acres costing Col Prewltt 870 an acre The Harlan place of 240 acres which Col Prewitt bought some time ago from R D Bruce he has just sold to R L Took Bubble at V5 an Advocate In remitting for his paper from Ar kansas City Kansas Mr J E Carson formerly of Lincoln county eays I would like to write you something of this country but It is so far otf that perhaps your readers will not be inter ested My family Is located In Arkansas City Kan a nice town ol 8000 inbab Itants on tho banks of the great Arkansas river within three miles of the Oklahoma line and 30 miles from my lease In the reservation They have fine schools there and other advan tages that they couldnt get hero I have a lease of 3000 acres in the Otoe Indian Reservation have about 2000 of It In wheat that so far Is look ing fine I am grazing 1200 rattle on the wheat and It looks about as well al- an ordinary wheat field in April In the blue grass regions of Kentucky I dont believe this country can be surpassed for wheat and think it Just as good for corn It you get it in early I raised 10 000 bushels this year with about the same labor that It would take to raise 2000 in Kentucky The land is rich and no Impediments in the way of your plow no hills nor rocks nor Ptumpjand with proper seasons you can raise ncy kind of a crop you desire The seasons have been fine for five years and every prospect now for a large yield of wheat this year In which lam moat Interest ed My lease land lies In the Otas In dlan Reservation near the Oklahoma line Have old White Horse the chief ot the Otoes for n neighbor with sev eral other of their high officials living in a few miles but they are quiet and peaceable the only disturbance we have bad was during their camp and dance this summer Their Comancbe yells and beating of drums could be heard for miles They all vacate their houses acd gob n camp as they call it forming a large circle around their dance hull and there they hold their jollification The only trouble they have given me at all Is their Inclina tlon to borrow and forget to pay back Well am glad to her that some of the Lincoln county people are going to be residents of Oklahoma Kentucky is not so well represented as some of the other States so let the immigra tion come westward I ran down on the train with Galnes Hubble and Hill last night They had been looking at the country and seemed well pleased Gaines told me that be had located at Ponca city Oklahoma That lea town of about 2500 or 3000 Inhabitants and is 10 miles from me In conclusion let me say I regret we had to lIve up Bryan for president but was glad to note that old Kentucky went all right in the race and that Beckbam Is sanely seated in the guber natorial chair Yours trulyJ CARSON DEAFNESS CANNOT I1E CURED by kal appUalloauthr cannot reach the d- le ponlon of the ear There li only one way to cure drifnm and that li by constitutional reme dies l eafneasli caused by an Inflamed condition of the niucuui lining of the Fuitarnlan Tube Wh In tbl tube gela neamel you hue a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing anti when It li eoUrel dosed deafnc U the result and unless the Innaniniatlon tan be taken out and this tube restored to lit normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever nine soar out of ten are caused- by catarrh which nothing but an enfianied con dltlon ol the mucous surfaces We will glee one hundred dollars for soy cue of deafness raued by catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free P J CH E E A CO Toledo 0 Soid by Pruralitl Sac Italic Family Ills are the best Raising Christmas trees Is an Im portant Industry in Maine Forests of them are partially cultivated enough clearing being done to allow each tree to grow fully and Byrametrjcally and In live years they reach marketable size The balsam trees are preferred on account of their pleasant odor and super for quality of their foliage s Another mile stone passed 4 Another page turned in lifes history Ii A New Year with its new resolutions is with us Our new resolve is to Fell moro goods this year than Inst To do this wo must take more interest in our friends mill our friends more interest in us This we propose to do We propose to interest you by buying our goods with more judgment as to your wants told needs and to sell them to you as closo as any one can possi bay do 1 am very grateful to my friends and customers for their support during tho year past I wish you nil a prosperous and happy year Como and fee me if you wont goods If you dont want gosh come and louf with us UfO our stationery leave your bundles and snake our storo your Itoppingplace Gratefully Yours S r H J McROBERTS tr 200 Business and Pleasure Horses 26th Sale on January 29 30 and 31 and February 1 1901 At The Old tollable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville KentuckYJ Acknowledged patrons all over the State to be onoof the best esUtbllahcdsales In the lightItayershere and you uo no Send for entry blanks LPboneS plTJack solo March 51001 E I 1AULOONEU Danville Ky t y J VEAKNESSce Could we read the hearts of every man we meet what a load of sorrow and despair would be disclosed Indiscretion flood Diseases have caused more physical and mental wrecks than all other causes combined They strike at the foundation of manhood tuersapthe rltal tor undermine he system anti not only do they often the family but poleolloasfan1hare been a victim ot early sinful habits remember the seed U sown and sooner 01 yourbloodnot risk a return later on Our New Method Treatment will posltlrelycnre you and you need never fear any return of the Irnaranteebondsincerely against the promiscuous use of mercury which does not cure poison but simply suppresses tho symptoms WE CURE OR NO PAY Dont Let your Ute be Drained Away which weakens the Intellect as well as the body Then Is uo room In this world for mental physical or sexual dwarfs Our New Method Treatment will topall natural Lmses Purify the mood Strength en the Nerves Restore Vltsllty and maks a man of you If aro In trouble call and consult us ConauitatlonIiVie ye treat and cure Drains Blood Disease rkoctlc Stricture Unnatural Dlscharg Cleat Kidney and madder Diseases No cutting or No detention from business Everything confidential Con ultatlon Tree Free Question blank lre for Home Treatment DRS- KENNEDYS KERGAN 82S Walnut Street CINCINNATI OHIO 11 ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams t Co Paint Lick Ky Is a pusrantenl sure cure for huncs Rod mules atlllctcd with Flxtula Iallevll Swlnney Scratches Saddle Rolls lined and Soft Enlargements Oreasr Heel Distemper Ile For sale by W n Mcllob crts druggist Stanford M Humphrey Liberty O 3L Thompson Klngvlllo A K Caldwell Wayncsburg Dunn antsvllle ICy K It Compton Mltledgovllfe Oeo H Jeter Mlddleburp Ky Cash tMc- Clure TurncrsTllle J IL Vanhook McKln ney TWO FARMS FOR SALE Unlnr decided to change lilT vocation I wilt aell privately my farm off which I lire Jt of mile from Crab Orchard Ky This farm is ace land good state ol cultlTstlon acrrs ot river bottom und that Is tine corn and meadow land balance 80 acres Is upland and well adapted to corn wheat blue grass and all other crops A trick dwelling of 8 rooms and cellar a well of splendid freestone water at the door two good tenement barn lad all necessary outbuilding with plenty ol good fruit sod an sbnndanc stock wa err make this the most desirable Lana In this end of ths county Also a farm of about 100 scr s lfmile rom Crab street opposite the fa- mousCrabOrchardSpring All In graia with a large ttock liarn and an ol water with one of the finest building sites In the neighbor hood ADo a nice cottage In Stsnfohl Kjr on Lancas trr street with root cittern garden Ac attached for further particulars call onorsdilrrti II BKOXAUUII Crab Orchard Ky JCMCCbMYtThTDEfTJ1CEP Manufacturer and Dcalear In HABNE5S SADDLSBY 10 Stanford Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY Capful Stock 1100000 Surplui 117633 ThUlnttltntlonorlglnsllyeiUblltbed ss the lie posItBtnknf HUnford In then reorganized si the National flank Stantord In 1863 anJsgili organized u the First National Hank of Stanton n 1882hu had practically uninterrupted cxUV ore for years It Is better supplied now will Ucllltles for tranlcllng business promptly end I rally than ertr before In Its long and honoiab career Accounts oi Individuals fljuclsrles and fndlvid uala solicited F Reid Lincoln Co1 JW UsjdenSUnfu STUarrls H Baughman J Sl1ochr TrIflII WP Walton W A TrIbbleII JI1 ColllerCrab Orchid M J Miller MtVwno M DElmore Stanford orrlcIRs J S lax er Pre ld nt J J McRolwrts Cable Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital 8tockltlM000- 8sccs or to The Farmer Dank A Trust Conipan and under same management coutlnu outly for 21 Years Solicits Your Bank Account loplngtsuth builnm relations will prove mulua ly beneficial and plea VIIL lrOltS JJ Williams J S Owilrr St J N Menefce A W Carpenter W H Cumuil a J E LynnS Hhanks J F Cash J IV 0 sKf OFFICERS S SShank HOwilJ yntttaahferbier CHAS LDAWES i Is a cnndliJalo for Assewor of Lincoln COlin tyt subject to tho action of tho democratic party J M CARTER Sr Is a candidate for Sheriff ot Lincoln county subject to the notion of the democratic patty J 0 McWSORTER Of Crab Orchard Is a candidate fort Awes sorof Lincoln county i subject to the action of tho democratic ptrty T J HILL Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the notion of the democratic party M G REYNOLDS Is n candidate for Asvstorof Lincoln coon tjt subject to the action of tho democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Is candidate for Shorn of Lincoln county subject to tin action of tho democratic part E W LILLARD Of Danrllle U a candidate for StLte8enata In this district composed of Lincoln tutullovlo and Oarrnnl counties subject action of the democratic party SAMUEL 91 OWENS- I a candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln cnun ty subject to tho action ot the Democratic party 31 F NORTH ISM candidate to represent Lincoln Grunt In tho Legislature subject to tho action or the Democratic party We IIERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action of tho democratic party J II RAINES tA a candidate for the nomination of Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the Democratic party WM LANDGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln county subject to democratic action THALES H WRIGHT Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLES Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couuty subject to the action ot the democratic party support Is solicited DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer obJect to the ac lion of the democratic party He solicits your support GUS KcCOEMAOK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun tysubject to the action of tho democratic party GEO A EUBANKS Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic party JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic par ty Painting Repairing I nm prepared to paint and repair you buggy carriage orwngon lnlln lclas tylo Experienced men to do It und work guaran teed can have your old vehicle mad a new for very little money J II OUKRIl Stanford Ky POSTEDI hereby warn all persons from tresftpu3ng on mj tarm fur my par e whaterer WM LAN JUHA F Krlr Ky I also warn alt tersnol from trcstpanlng on injr farm on puck Creek for any pur whalner FKKU KuvLia Otltnhflm Ky PR UITT BROSa y Headquarters For HOLIDBY GOODS r MOKELANI KY T25 REWARD I will pay n reward of S23 for tho return of the horse taken from my barn Sunday night Sib and the apprehension of tho thief Description Sorrel liono 3 yearn old about 15 high 3 white fret and legs whllo spot In forehead rind a scar be hind each ear caused by wearing u yoke FlIED HAHN MarcUburp Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS PEALKRS IN Furniture MattIngSRagt1- And Wall Paperi They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY oGH1NN FRYEiec e i0iBrokers 0o o Kyg 1 g Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington 0 g 0 Stocks Bonds Cotton Graingo Provisions and Investment g Securities Bought and Soldo 1- o g Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o J gexecuted 0 lila 0Dank DUtnnco Telephone o 0 c0000000000000000000000000000d0000000ACSNE CONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 1 make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here- I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal RoofiiiR Rough fold Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc 1 will duplicate any prices offered r The soutnern mutual investment Go OF LEXINGTON INSURANCE IA11e 1 KYJWe pay while you 1iteta01 you die Vhich do you prulVr i Over 1300000 paid in Living Benefits t Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus 00000 Paid in Maturities in September ittFurther particulars apply to J C Bailey or E D Pen nington Local AgU Stanford John G Austin Special Agent Bradfordsville Ky Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution l Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to rMRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Stockholders Meeting A mectlnpof the stockholder if tho Na tional Hank of HutonvlHe will bo held at their banking house In llu tonTllle the 2nd Tuesday In January 1001 between and IJ Mfor tho flUll of erecting nine dl rectors usserve tIo J SvensuInglioclCEliCatdet Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the utocklioldcrs of the Lin coIn County National Dank ot Stanford win he hold at tholr banking hcuo the second Tuesday In January 1WI1 tare the purjxisv of vlMtluir 11 directors forthr onsulne ymr J IL OWSLKV Vaaliler Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the First National Hank of Stanford will bo held at tholr banking house the second Tuesday In January for the purpose Of ulecting directors of tho enuln JOHN J51cIiOllElLTSCasld- erMISS LIZZIE C JONES- Of foreland fun oroeola Complete Line of Millinery at Junction City And Invites the patronage nf the public Country 1roliue liken In ell anle far ERDILLEHAYDAJTVILLE Manufacturer of aaICK i And Dealer In Lime Cement c o Wrlto For Irlces COAL SALT I will havo my coal Lime Completed by Oct nod will keep on hand thrto grades of tho best coal ulsu salt untl I will toll It to merchants by wagon load nt a very small margin Will continue to pay tho highest prlclK hickory Spokes Staves and Ileading Hoods und Groceries at rock bottom prices Oho mo a trial and I will save you money II IL KINO MOIUUIND Kv POSTED Tho whoso names appear below strictly forbid any hunting of giimo of kind us any tlmo of lie ear an their lands and vrlll prosecute to Iho lull extent of the law any who vlolutoi 8 n Ditugliaian J lluu tinian Dr Steele Ilallcy J E lutes T HarrU E 1 Woods J Pettus W T Turker laughmanL r Q POSTED I hereby thIthr that sty Istfl U eJ and that will pttult no t Ingofeny kind 00 II bUDIIDfor to tbe uttnloftbe isw AI 1000tf NEW LIVERY IIz w DtIfl w smlr t LJUNCTION CITY I KY i 11 ra pSlppOrate and play For SnJo FRITH HOTEL P PaAMCISSO PrsprJeter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY H rf st llotl In the mountains rate MnIrt trateellOIGUN REPAIRINGI l I yourgunPromptly and Skillful ly Repaired- At a tnoilcrntu cost DANVIMK OYCIC Co ii Third St Danville Ky Paper Hanging And Painting fwillotherwore Ycan buy It In town and hang It at lie per Allworkguarantoed tcStanford Kv OLD MOCK WHISKY f Ocorga n Wnathcrford has a contract FlILL CtNTnOL ANn SALE or Old trick toIky In HujtoiiviUo Ky II 0 MOCK Danvlllo ICyf e 1 Mason HotelMRS u D SIMPSON Lancaster t ProrLlNewly furnlBhodj clean Everything firstclass meet all