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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALe I 89w1 1 MONTICELLO Miss Mamlo Crawford entertained tho young people Monday evening Several well have been shot during tho poet week with no apparent remit Dun Powell Ic building a residence Kite Valley about ono tape from town Mr Stlgall of Uurnsldo father of Mrs Wm Cook of this place died there of emallpox Sunday Tom Lanlcr sold hU farm to J D Lads and Alfred Walder for 19500 and will move his family to Doyle Mr II U Percy and Mlsi Ida M Smith of Sllckford wore married at the Hotel Ramsey Saturday morning Tho Standard Oil Company have leased about 1MX acre on Beaver Creek In tho Western part of thocoun ty Mre W 8 Stone president of tbo v 11th district of tho W C T U la hero assisting the organization of a juvenile society Mn Durdctto Iluffakcr and children I will Join Mr Iluffakcr at Lawrence burg In u few days Marshall Qlllcsplc of Piano Texas Ic visiting hit parents hero Mesdames W W Klndrlck and S II Burr were at homo to their friends Saturday evening Quite a number enjoyed their hospitality and report a dellltbLfulovenlnl Mrt Emma Otu gave a dining last week and tbn following were present Mrs Sam Berry Mlcscs Frances for ry and Susie Oatts Mr Gcorgo looker Mr nnd Mr P M Horwnld and Mr und Mr Ben F Ilardln McConnagby It back from Lou 1Wm John Leo Ingram lion returned South whore ho took two carloads of mules The friends of Mr Pork Ingram will be sorry to hoar that ho Is almost blind caused by cataracts s over his eyolldi Meeirs Mitt anti Eb Jones pent Kovoral days with relatives hers Kd Jones of Kansas City was with homo folks latt week Monte lox of Boyle was here on business several days Ow en Miller and Jesse F Cook of Lex ington spent a week among friends and relatives Shelby Kagan has moved to town to educate bit children Hiram Hall of Cleburnc Texas and Mrs George K Stood ol Liberty aro at tbo bedside or their mother Mr Juan Hall Miss Llda Phillips Is attending school In Uondcrton Mr Thomps Ramtoy Is Improving after an illness of six months Sidney Goddard loft yesterday for Hlrdpolnt Mo Mrs Edward Sanders has been quite sick for socral days Misses Flora Rankin Polly Toggle ad Ethel Cooper bavo matriculated at the Monticello High School Miss Mamlo Baker alter an oxtcndcd visit to her brother and wife has returned to her homo In Columbia Stephens Bros arrived last week and will commence drilling on the Ingram farm ut one Several new wells have been drilled on Beaver Creek with sums show of oil A new well on Otter Creek drilled recently promisee bitter prospects than any in tbo county so far George Hacker has one well on the Sandusky farm which yields 3i bar rolll dally nnd A M Williams three others which yield 50 10 and 10 re rl spectively KINGSVILLE r jultc an Interesting mooting Is be lag hold at tbo Methodist church Rev Thomson the regular pastor Is being assisted by for Powers The Uiwonvlllo Minstrels have ut last condescended to make their np pearance here which the writer thinks goes more to prove than anything also how vastly our town bus Improved Wo confounded the 3rd day with the Urd Sunday of the month last week In alluding to tbo arrival of tho Rev Dr Allen of Danville He is to preach for the Christian church on the ird Sun day of each month Our town has rca son to bo proud Indeed of such u preach s er There are many now comers to our town and vicinity Mrs McIntosh of Louisville is the guostof Mrs Taylor Miss Gertrude Pennybacker U visiting her sister Mrs D P Dlnccn ut Sow ergot Jesse D Wcaron of your city was a guest at the Pennybackor Hotel last Sunday Ed McCarty has returned home from a visit to relatives at Pine ylllo Harvey Acton U the guest of his brother Dr J W Acton who has been very ill with tousltltla but Is now convalescing Master Jesse McCarty has been Quito sick but Is Improving Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford was hero on business last week Kd Carey y spout Sunday hero with his mother and sister Sebastian Chovolctto was at home from his work on tho U S last week OUt Dlshon was down from Moroland Tuesday IWhat most people want U something r mild and gentle when In need of a phys jqi Cfiamberlftius Stomach and Liver Tablets All tho H1 to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In qflcct For gale by Craig hooker Druggists A 1 BRODHEAD Our now doctor J F Watson Iii rid log almmt every night Ho has ono namesake two or throe miles out of town Tho oyster supper at the Masonic lodge room Saturday night was well attended by the Mt Vernon brethren of F S A M Young Mr Ponder and Miss Flor ence Wlnkler will be united In matri mony before this communication will be read by tho public We seem to have an epidemic of grip or some kind of tonsil or throat trouble among our people and nearly every one U coughing and complaining Mr Jones of Livingston bought a two ycar old mullS of tIm JI18ln error t and one of P Francisco for 1- Mku Francisco bought a plug horse of Dick Rlgsby for 830 Mrs Perkins of Boo Lick Is spend ing a tow days at Drodhead Miss Amy Pike has entered Prof Kwcrs school at Mt vernon George Pike of Llv Ingaton was with us lust Monday nightJacob Pike of Mt Vernon is visit leg relatives at this place Rev A J Pike returned from Marion county Monday Rev licndrlckeon of this place has gone to Indiana to spend a few weeks D K Davis of Lancaster came up on last Mondays train and took back with him one of our most accomplished and lovable young belles Miss Maggie Bolhurum Urn Plkoolllclallng Mrs Mar ColIor our milliner went to Ml Vornon Sunday Miss Della Cull ycr entered college at Mt Vernon this week s Hen Pike went to Mt Vernon Tuesday to put his sister lu school Mrs W G Tharpe who has been an Ivalld for some months Js no better at this writing Robert Wllmat who has been tick for four weeks with typhus fever Is convalescent Miss Susie Hilton who has boon on a 10day visit to the family of Rev Livingston has returned home looking much refreshed Leo Coffey of the ColTcy neighborhood Is reported very sick J T Stewart of Roundstonc was In town Tuesday Mr A R Ucndrlekeon Is so struck on Mt Vernon that he Is compelled to make a trip onco a week Mrs Joseph Purcell and Mrs Annie Shumate of our town left on Wednes days train to visit friends and rela tives at Lancaster Mrs J W Tate has just returned from visiting Mr Bogue Phillips family at Wlldlo Our railroad agent Mr Joo Farmer has a very sick child Mr Morse Brown Is tho night owl at the depot this week Mrs Vermillion of Dan ville Is tat tbo bedside of her sick mother Mrs W G Tbarpothls week Miss Salllo Purcell ono of Brodheads mot accomplished business young la dire paid a visit to her homo IHopleI Sunday r II Sowdor one beet citizens and business men who has baton sick for a few days is out again and is looking much better Misses Xannle and Susie Vadon both of whom have been sick for a week are up again IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Maj Horace Scott aged 02 Is dead in Mocker Martin Murphy of Marlon county drank carbolic acid thinking It was whisky and died In a tight In Perry county Jack Cor nett WAS killed und Herman Holbrook nnd James Singleton wounded Tho Plttmun Coal Co of Plttsburg Is preparing to make extensive Im provements und upon up new veins of coal which will nearly double their outputITho Oxloy yinvo Company operat ing mills In Kentucky Tennessee Ala bama and Georgia has sold out to the Standard Oil Company The company hud a plant at Junction City A Mlddleaboro dispatch says Ef forts are being made by the people of Mlddlesboro Barbourvllle Pinovlllo and Manchester to secure the proposed Burgln extension of the Southern rail road from Burgln through these places to Cumberland Gap Instead of by the route to Jelllco The Southern railway which will build the extension hue roads from Knoxvlllo to both Jclll co and Mlddlesboro and could reach this city over either route Middles boro clulma it has reason to believe It will get the road It Is rumored that thotC 0 R R will bring suit against State Health Olllcor McCormack for damages result ing from tho recent quarantine of Grconup county The coumpauys trains wore compelled to run through Grcenup county ut tho rate of 12 miles an hour without making a stop The court of appeals granted a rehearing in the ease of Wallace Bishop sentenced at Coylngton to bo hanged for murder Henry C Hallam formerly of Cov Ington Is dead In Washington Ho practiced law in that city j r CRAB ORCHARD Master Keith Wllllsof CO Springs tnado a visit to friends in Richmond Our hoou polo factory will soon rc sumo operations at the old factory which will bo a useful Industry hero Dr Robert Redd continues feeble Mr Perry King accompanied J O King and family as far Louisville as they jonrnoyed to their Western home Dr W J Edmlston and Prof Rlggs havo embarked in a new enterprise hero that of raising Belgian hares nero success to them In their new undertaking Rev Shepperd of Paint Lick will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night Hu has been call ed to labor for the ensuing year for two Sundays each month Tbo lowering clouds bespeak an em ulous change In our hitherto beautiful weather condition and we are reluc tant to give up our sunny days but Into each life some rain must fall and some dayd bo dark and dreary The Rev Dr Young delivered a hUe morous and very entertaining address at tbo Christian church Wednesday night While the audience was not as large as It might have been yet It was attentive and very appreciative Mr W R Kelley died at his country homo on the Somerset pike after a lingering attack of stomach trouble together with other complications He was u quiet good citizen A widow and an only daughter survive him After spending several days with friends and relatives here Mrs Lldu Kites and daughter of Mcilnnsyrc turned to their home Will Hansford was mingling wtn friends hero Mrs Kato Egbert made n short stay with relatives In Stanford Mrs M E Fish and daughter Miss Alllo are visiting MrlJ Rhlnohart at Llvlngaton Mr and Mrs Dexter Hal lou have returned from a visit to rela lives In Stanford Mrs John Shaw KdmUton has returned to Paint Lick after a pleasant stay with relatives here Dave Payne has moved to his homo In the country and T J Culton has moved to the house vacated by Mr Payne Mr Culton haying purchased the property Mls Jennie Payne has returned from a visit to friends In Liv ingston Mr Robert Edwards made an extended trip to Clay county Miss Pennlngton of Mt Vernon is a pleas ant guest of the Misses MoWhorter One of deedstherevolutloncry limes that was daring nnd successful win the capture ofa llrltisli general by a cow won soldier of the American army Wil liam Marlon This was In 1777 Gen Hob ort Prescott had made himself offensive with the photo Island Whigs and on the night of July 10 with thirtyeight mon In four whaleboats Barton crossed Nnr ragiinsctt Hay pitsod unobserved three llritlsh frigates sad landing close to Newport wont to n farmhouse where Prcscott had his headquarters Tho guards were Mirpriiotl and a negro of the party burst open the door to Irwoolts room by use log his head as a batteringrum The Itrittteh ollicor was taken and carried to Washingtons htuulqunners In Now Jersey For this exploit llarton was brow otetl oulonol and was given a sword by Congrugi A Kepiiblican President of the United Status attending nn annual reunion of ox Confederate soldiers would ho an un precedented spectacle but it is ono that wo shall probably witness at Memphis next May President McKinley is a gen erous met anti a politician as smootho as they make Vm As a Senator Vest re mark President McKinloy has done more to break up the Democratic party in the South than any mnn1I lIe got the votes of many oxConfederates at both Lila first and second election and he is go lug to play his winning game to the end Louisville Times +And now the story is being put forth that Ueneral Duwot Is none other than diaries Stewart Parnell the theory be ing that the great Irish leader is not real ly dead but simply left Ireland for South Africa disguised as a priest on ac count of that divorce proceeding and is now engaged in giving the British a few uneasy moments This at least has the merit of being an artistic lie oven If it la not a plausible ono One of the Hncstspecial trains ever turned out is being built for the annual tour of Mexico III February of the Wa Lash The party going will comprise peo ple from Now York Philadelphia and other prominent citi s The train will beI vestlbulcd throughout and made up of dining sleeping compartment observa lion and library cars Tho travelers will willIcover 7000 miles Probably tine most valuable stuck in the world Is that of tho London Now lily er Company of London There ore only 72 original shares of which 36 are ad ven turers shares and 30 kings shares the former commanding higher prices than the latter A share sold recently for 025 000 L LANCASTER Grip Is somewhat prevalent In this WFrieble has gone to St Louis on a business trip The W C T U have under consid oration the establishment of a reading roomMies Dove Harris will open a millin ery store In the Garrard Hotel block early In February j The local auxiliary of the C W B M met with Mrs R E McRobcrts Monday afternoon Judge J C Hcmphlll was elected councilman at the meeting of the city board Monday night It seems the mild weather Is not con ducive to health as there Is much sick Le8S In this city and vicinity The lecturer Ell Perkins gave a short humorous address to the Oar rard Graded School Wednesday- Dr B F Walter has removed from the now hotel building and he and Dr L S Wesley have taken joint apart meats over Logan ds Robinsons shoe storeDr J L McKee was taken quite sick Monday and was not able to conduct tbo union prayer meeting that night bo was much better Tuesday and re turned to Danville D Turner who was chosen marshal at the resignation of James Pierce about a week before tbo election was ajralu tendered the ofllco by the city council on lust Monday night Judge Wm M Duncan of Louis ville has been here on a short visit to relatives Misses Tilllo Ryan of Parts and Mattie Salmon of Winchester arc guests of their uncle Elder A R Moore Eli Perkins the noted Now York lecturer had a fair attendance at the court houo Wednesday evening and the speaker was given a suave and com Alimentary Introduction by Gov W O Scott who a few weeks ago lost his son and shortly after his wife received a telegram Tuesday tbat his daughter Lucy was In u dying condi tion She has been for some time at Colorado Springs Misses Lillian Klnnatrd and Mary GUI attended the marriage of A Mi Ktnnalrd and Miss Emma White at Cumberland Gap on the Sth The grooms brother W J Kinnaird was one of the attendants Mrs M W Bonder of Louisville delivered an Illustrated lecture on Health and Hygiene In the W C T U apartments on Thursday afternoon Mrs Bender Is State superintendent of the Flower Mission Department H A B Marksbury and son have recently bought about 60000 pounds of hemp at 5 per 112 pounds Two car loads of hogs and cattle have been shipped In tho last few days by the tiaderd Sweeney Morgan Carter and Lawson The Presbyterian board of church cinema will hold their regular monthly meeting on Saturday night at the reel tinned of W H Klnnalrd A now fea ture of the meeting will bo the attend ance of the doaeon 9sos This appoint went is made If there Is no union prayer mooting Another death from measles occurred near Paint Lick on last Monday night Young Bright Kewland eon of Jacob Xewluud of that vicinity Ho bad on ly been a short time und his death was supposed to bo due to cold coco t acted In the first stages of the disease Ho was 25 years of age The RamseyArnold marriage was consummated Thursday afternoon at 330 oclock with Miss Meade of SailthOold and T R Slavlo Miss Rollu Arnold and Wado Terrill as at tendant The grooms parents gave an elegant reception at the Ramsey homestead at Paint Lick the same evening The bop given on Tuesday night was pronounced very enjoyable by the par ticipants Misses Turloy Smith Miller Adams of Richmond Clara Hay den of Nlcholasvllle Lottie Webb of Lexington Turfs Carpenter of Stan ford wore the young lady visitors The sumptuous repast spread at the Garrard Hotel for tho occasion was said to be llratclass in every detail and the guests expressed themselves delighted with the bill of tore There will bo a mass meeting of pub licspirited citizens hold hero this week to forward tho now railroad enterprise At a recent conclave of leading railroad capitalists In Louisville the route of the Louisville Southern was given chief consideration und Garrard undoubtedly has the interest of these men in her favor If some Inducements arc only extended to secure this great boon It was stated tbat the modern course of building roads was now to follow u straight lino Instead of curves and from this standpoint Garrard decidedly hoe great advantage A lame shoulder Is usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber lains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Mocker Druggists IW sg = =z 8 I SPECIAL PRICES f IN I t 1 I Suits and Overcoats m s Largest Assortment Always on Hand tJ i s 2o IT PAYS TO TRADE A1t 1 THE GLOBEtiMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 11Your money back If youre not satisfied I miLLER S HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co j ffrvIW W t AT COSTgSu- its Overcoats and Odd Paqts I We will sell anything we have in Clothing for the next 30 lars This is done in order to make room for our Spring Stock- Buy Now H- d And You Will Sate Money CUMMINS McCLARY We wish to thank our customers for their very liberal patronage during the pnst year We have made every effort to supyly you with GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES Ir And we believe we have succeeded fairly well Wo want your trade for the coming year and believe we can wake It to your interest to trade with If you ors not already a customer of ours GET IN LINE AT ONCE And Let us fill your orders this year Yours For Business HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford PHONE 10 n n TAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS rTO Craig Rocker Stanford For Accuracy and Low Prices W BM Roberts THE DRUGGIST Sells Best GaDUS At Bottom Prices Trade With Him THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOUD KY JAX 11 1001 E C WALTON TlIERR Is little doubt but that tbo candidates for county olllces will decide their mooting herooa a primary at Monday and while we do not think It judicious wo are no kicker and dont want to be put down as such WIItb only the good of the party at heart elnccrely hope that In the event a pri- maryr Is called for the doors will be thrown wlda open so that democrats of the various complexions may feel wel tlcomo to enter A house divided within Itself can not stand and It would be a waste of words to say that the del1o r critic party Is not divided Welcome all who claim to be democrats set Bslde personal feeling and friendship and fO will put out a ticket that will so Bhattel c the nerves of the republicans thatch see the handwriting on the wall aad realize the folly of trying to best us IT Is not generally known but It IB r stated aa a fact that South Dakota bas for the third consecutive year produced more wealth per capita than any other State In the Union the total for the yekr just ended having been 110051 000 Of this sum 27000000 comes from live stock 918000000 from corn 15000000 from wheat and fl12OOOOOO V y kfrom minerals The possibilities of almost unllm i great country seem table THE Union county man who decided to hang himself rather than get married must have had pointers from nom t of his friends who are benedicts Thltt thing of marrying is a more eer- loutproblem than many think but wo are sorry to know that the thought of it was so horrible to the Union count gentleman that It drove him to dcspci r ation and death IT will bo good news to prohibition r ists and the WC T U members learn that the canteen has been knock ed out of the army system Dy a voti of 34 to 15 the Senate concurred In the House provision which prevents tbe sale of beer at anyarmy post or on any transport A CREMATORY trust to consolidate all the creraatqrles of the United StatcsI and Canada a being engineered After grinding tbollfe out of us the trust seem determined to pursue us afterI death and make us pay double for thoI privilege of being reduced to ashes- DISAPPOINTED love according to the Chicago Tribunes statistics caused 307 of the 0755 suicides In this country last year while liquor Is only credited with 28J Love therefore seems mora dangerous than liquor but there will hardly be a crusade against it Tun Owensboro Messenger has found the eighth wonder It says The eighth wonder has happened A republican Congress has refused to a partisan republican measure on theI subject of reapportlonlng the represen tatlon In Congress Gov MeSWEEXEY who has just beep Inaugurated governor of South Carolina for the second time declares the dispensary the best solution of the liquor question and claims that public sentiment Is growing in Its favor AGAIN the agony ceases The Pres dent has nominated James Denton of Somerset to be Collector of Internal Revenue lot the 8th district to succeed John W Yerkes ALTHOUGH a dry State Maine con sowed 11055 gallons of Intoxicants last year The Plnetree State needs an- otherr Neal Dow POLITICAL President McKinley will be Invited to attend the Confederate reunion at MemphisHon L Va Meter wants to sue coed himself as representative from Payutto county T P McCracken has bees appointed postmaster at McWhorter Laurel county vice C J Powell resigned t Gov Beckham decided that Judge Tlnsloy of Barbourvillo was legally elected circuit judge of the 27th dis trict The Legislature of West Virginia went into session Wednesday Elkins will be reclfcted Senator without op positionIt that Federal Judge Ev ans will go to Washington to make a personal fight against the bill dividing Kentucky into two Federal judicial dis trios At a meeting of the Senate Judiciary M Committee Senators Lindsay and aPlatt were appointed a subcommittee 4 to report on the Kentucky Judicial District Dill t Maj W IL Daly chief surgeon ol Gen Mlles stuff during the Spanish war in an interview comes back at f Gen Alger for his recent statements relative to the beef scandal Republican leaders bavo agreed that the 860000000 River and Harbor Bill must bo reduced at least half They afraid of It It is loaded with tarc for favored districts =t Clinton county republicans hae changed the date of their primary to March Hepresenatlve Ovcntrcct has Introdnced a bill to put silver onn parity with goltl by providing for the exchange of slifer for gold upon demand The entire reserve fund may be so exchanged according to the bill The House Committee on Insular Af fairs has decided to postpone consideration of proposed legislation in rcgi to the now American possessions until the Supreme Court has passed on tbe insular cases now before that tribun David Swope otTaylorsvlllohas announced as a candidate for the State Senate to represent the lath Senatorial district composed of tho countlef of Nelson Shelby and Spencer Three other candidates were already in tbe field It Is Spencers time to furvnl the nominee In the Henry circuit court at New Castle Garnett D Ripley was fined J 50 for organizing a company of State guards wjthout the governors license The other defendants wero fined 110 each Rlpleya company was one of the republican companies organized during the Taylor regime at Frankfoi The Republican caucus of membe of the Indiana House nominated S R Artman for Speaker Represcnatl Stutesman withdrawing from tha race The Senate caucus nominated William R Wood for President pro torn of tbe Senate The House Democrats selected Cyrus E Davis as the minority candidate for Speaker and the Sonata Democrats nominated Eph Innman for President pro tern Chairman Hopkins of Census Committee went down In defeat when tho Hotui by a vote of 1C5 to 102 accepted the real lortoinment plan proposed by the Bui Leigh Bill increasing the merffbershl Iron 357 to 830 Seeing defeat in store JI r Hopkins made various attempts to compromise by ofFering additional scat but iiet with refusal Too CrumpTcker props Itlon to recommit mimed at the South vas defeated by a vote of 130 to 11C Under the bill as passed no State loses There arc ten more Southern scats unll nIneteen elswhero In a speech delivered at the close uf ho Jackson Day banquet in Chicago William Jennings Bryan laid down the ccpter ofhls leadership of the demo ratio party and retired to private life le declared that he had never for a moment during the two campaigns In thbth he went down in overwhelming defeat placed selfaggrandizement hove the principles that he advocated and he asked in a broken voice in vie- oC the fact that he was no longer the tandard bearer of the party that the nine of the club whoso members he was addressing be changed from W J Bryan to that of some democratic saint who had passed away NEWS NOTES cA great snowstorm is raging In Colo racJo i Fire In the docks at Brooklyn caused B loss of 150000 George W Crum Jefferson countys ealtblest farmer Is dead Tim Callahan knocked out Oscar Gardner In the 15th round at Boston In a fight with German troops 200 Chinese were killed and 300 wounded The Exchange Bank at Shiloh 0- was robbed of ovef4COO by sure blow ersDy the burning of an orphan asylum at Rochester N Y about 30 lives wltreI StGrover Allen aged eight Is known ail Indianas fat boy Ho weighs oil poundsA boy caused a panic In a theater at Hunllngton W Vu by yell In lireWhile loading gun shells at Frank fort one exploded mangling Bob far leY1I bands A miner was blown to atoms by the cldontal discharge of a blast at Mid tllepar Ariz Col Samuel L Wooldridge pros dent of the Woodford Bank of Vcr lllee is dead There is an epidemic of Clio grip In Lexington It Is attributed to tho VIlrm weather A patent corncrusher Is held rcspen- Rlble for the failure of Porter Bros of twllng Green There are 100000 cases of Influenza In Chicago and the death rate hat ki eased heavily The famous Escuadra gold mine In Mtlxlco was sold to a New York syndl cate for 3500000- William Johnson of Warren county aged 84 dropded dead as bo was going to his barn to milk W S Italney Circuit Court Clerk at ashvafle is alleged to bo 19QOO short In his accounts William Smith a Louisville Negro tried suicide because ho could not learn a raijtlmo air Tho Masons and Odd Fellows of Pa- ducah will build a 45000 fraternal building in that city Gov McSheenoys inaugural mes- lIalo shows that South Carolina hasnt- had a lynching for a year A Swede at Boston shot and killed- hlB wife probably fatally wounded bits mother and little son and then committed suIcide A committee of exConfederates was pointed to confer with merchants with n view to inviting the Confederate Velerans Association to hold the reunion of 1K 3 in Louisvillesa L r Edward IL Kylcr wife and thrce children were burned to death in tbQjt homo at Model City N Y Drs Kelley and Smock of Louisville pronounce as chickenpox tho 50 called smallpox at Eminence- In Bracken county William Lewis died of hydrophobia the seine of a bite from a cat three weeks ago The hazing court has made Its reporti It Is raid to have found that the pracl Lice of hazing did not kill Booz Dozens of trains are snowed up In Southern Russia and 10000 laborers have been sent to clear the tracks An unhappy marriage caused Pellx N Cobb a lawyer and politician cf Carrollton Ga to commit suicide The Cincinnati ministers are making strong fight against tho granting ol a license for the lloulin Jeffries I1ght Henry Wilson Kline aged 10 was kidnaped from his hone in Nashvtlle and found locked In a box car at I1op kinsvllle An attempt may be made to lynch a Negro whose wife Is white In War and a race war Is tbreatenellIThe court of appeals reversed tbe case of John Wash sentenced in tbo Henry circuit court to life imprlso ment for murder- A man was sent to prison by a Jury at Huntington W Va for 10 years for murder Now the alleged victim turns up alive and well TheCarne le Company will build the largest plpo and tube manufactu leg plant In the world ntConncaut Harbor O The plant will COt about 111 000000 A Confederate camp at New Orlea adopted a resolution protesting again the invitation of President McKlnlc to the Confederate reunion to be held it Memphis this spring Miss Walker the girl who disappears mysteriously from her home In Cents wasfound in Mason county She ref useI to state whether die was abducted or left home of her ownaccord The city uouncll of Elkton elected tho SemiWeekly Progress city prints for the year 1001 The council aha Ixcd the tax rate at 25 cents on the S100 the lowest rate in years In the Franklin circuit court all the jocbol murder conspiracy cases were jostponcd Bunch warrants were IdI sued for W S Taylor Charles Flolej lobe L Powers and Burry Howard An unknown tramp dying at Hender Eon confessed having murdered In Union county Mrs Wilt Gregg wbo vas supposed to have commlted sutcld ind whoso husband afterwards took his life Marshal Perkins arrested Ed Kldd heodoro Words and Stillwell at Wll lamsburg for breaking Into the dope at Pine Knot on the Cincinnati South ern Stillwell confessed They took a Ogallon keg of brandy besides n irgo quantity of groceries Timothy McCarty a young farmer of Union county started to Union town to buy his wedding suit On tho way hi hanged his mind and banged himself to a tree Among other clments of mystery a sum of money which he hat In his pocket when he left home Is ilsslng The German National Bank of Now port Is expected to reopen within a few- days The latest rumor of tho whereabouts of the missing Frank IkolTn places him In Now Orleans but there Is nothing to support it save the presence there of the woman with whom he Is Infatuated CHURCH MATTERS The statistics of the various churchei Methodism show a total membership of 0022107 In the Christian church there hat been an average of 70 additions to each preacher in the past year Bishop Wlnde of the Methodist Episcopal church was found dead In- hid bed at his home in Detroit A new religious organization NA- tional In scope will be formed by former officers of the Salvation army Rev J W Haglns subject at the Christian church Sunday morning will- bo The Responsibilities of the Pres itiThe preachers of Mlddlesboro have started a war on ragtime music and deelaro they will stump It out Rov G W Mills has delivered two sermons mounctng ragtime songs and those who sing then Rev W R Lloyd late pastor of the tiristian church this city has accepted a llatterlog call from the church at oungstown O Ho also had a call from the Central Christian church of St LouisEantagrapbTHIS An Oklahoraadealer recently sold 100 mules for 15000 The three bunks of Richmond show an aggregate deposit of 050000 Mrs Elizabeth Parrlgan of Clinton county Is hale and hearty at 104 years Mules were in demand at Purls Monday good ones bringing from 140 to 05Mark Hardin bought of J W liughman seven Polled Angus calves at13Miss Nannie Carter has flied an application for the position of postmaster at Alum Springs Thirtyone coach stallions were pur chased recently by the French govern ment for 71200 Three three year aids cost 4000 each J d L L The residence of John G Reynolds at Flat Lick was destroyed by tire Loss 2000 Near Mt Sterling MM K Everett sold her UOQacro farm at 80 to Henry C Bedford of Spencer Admiral Ccrvera who was defeated and made prisoner by the American Meet at Santiago Cuba Is dying at Ca diz Rev J I Willis of Harrodnburp has accepted a cull from tho Vlooy Fork church of Speedwell Madison county Uo will deliver a sermon there on the second Saturday and Sun day of each month- PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE IUEACHEU3VILIB KV The first session of this ncliool will opeu Jan 1101 Our course of study Is in cum us that found In the ortJhlar high school Including kitchen garden and kindergarten In the department Tho common school branches higher Mntho nmtlei the Illblo For further particularsaddreesJ Principal FOX Si LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and tor tale at all time W Logan Wood tanager U Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky wOflf oT klrnaberuPrux Store In tbe Oley llulldinc R A JONES DENTISTStanford K Ofllco over pigging MrKlnnoyi StoITelephone No 18 GUN REPAIRING No mntter what roe wron wilt your gun tomtit tu u and It will bo Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At a moderate COt DAMVIILB CYCLE Co Hi Third St HAnvllle Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Wilt be In IMnTille WfJ J jri and Friday will U In Stanford Tunulay Thursdays and Sit urJjji- Otflc In the IVnnln ton DulMIng Stanford 01 boun a to s1 to r OSTEOPATHY Thli Science original and duJot lijr lir- T Still of Kltiiflllo Mo depend on the irlnclplmof Anttomjranil Physiology fur It rr no rubbin- gnourgIaloheratlonuuldamn bang ulratural IKitoonathf rlewa man uamacblnn ofM many art i u keynote ailjuntment Wbtn all lane Ire properly aJJuilol and not otfrworktd health II the remit SODle of tb tllwaset treated by ui Xrrtom iwtralion H a lachn Neuralgia lihruiiill m ilnrrh Weak Kyei fininulateil lldi iultre heart Liter and Iiine DlMnpm Xinitlpallon Iitea KnUnilJ tnnliatr all morn ehnd Intestinal IrouWtn Dlwatn ol lk nra aid olnli Curvature IIIIOO1llon SlUr Jolou IaralfsiglnoonllneurotUrine a laxmuowrAtaa ConiulUlloa Free TWO FARMS FOR SALE Having decided to change 1IIrtIIon wil- lMlIlrltalellnlY farm on wh i4 of a Urrbaid Ky Till farm It tine and In rood tutcol rulllfnlion M acres rlrrr ottoiu Und that It line corn and mradaw land alance aerrala upland mod well lIoJteollo com heat blue grwu awl all other crops brick welling of room I and cellar a wil of plendld reftoue water at the door two goo l trneiuent nutea new barn and all nrwwary outlmltdlngt rlth plenty ol fruit ant an abundance of bock wa er make this nu incit dcilralile loan In his end of the county Alw a faun ofalwut acrtl tnlla from Crab Ircnard Kyon Ijmcasterilreel0jioslte the fa Jolla Crab Orchard All In grass with a large Iwk liarnand an abundance ol water with one oUbe float building tile In tbo neighbor hoo1 Also a nice cottage In Stanford Kyan Jllcal- ler ilrn t with goal ct attached jor further particular eallonoraidreu- It II imoVALUII Crab Orchard Ky J+ G + MCGbMY UNDEBTAXma Manufacturer ami Dcalcarln HARNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky I irir4 c tif first Announcement Of the Seasons CutPrice Time at the LOUISVILLE STORE Always brings the waiting crowd in a rush pet in early if you want the advantage of the first pifkollw GUT PRICB PRUNING KNIFE lint brat applied all over the house This is the 8ungpns clean up in all CLOAKS CAPES- FURNISHING GOODS HATS AND SHOES Capes One lot of 1adicfl Cloth Capes that we sold at f and f Socloolngout price ISc One lot ladles Cloth Capes 1160 and f2 quality will be closed nl 75c and fl A tow 250 plush copes will close at fl25 Mens OvercoatsN- ow Is your chance fur a chchji coat Mens IIOOO Coat cut toN97 03 800 IIIOS u 7 0to MUfi 00I Ma 00 It 3 60 N HN 03 Boys Overcoats Boy fJ 00 Coat cut to 11 21 U 60to 48 3 00 Ulitcni cut toNH 1 8 400 2 JU 10 dozens Mrni Heavy Winter Caps 35 to COc goods go in this sale at Utc Ladiess Jackets 4ftW f7 60 Jackets for ladies will ie olwwl out at M60- Allfli Jackets will bo closed at 88 fAll CMIdren Jnokotf will W claret oat rogttrllllfl3 of aai Thousands of other 1inolmlmg Heavy Underwear 1 And Mens Heavy Shirts A Louisville Store SHLINCERBROS PRORS T D Ll ATEY MGR S0 I eem Ie pS CUT PRICES p I On Overcoats t I And Heavy Suits j W B PERKINS Crab Orchard KyIj 1MN1NN1 1tiN111N11 1 1 Wv Have a Full Line of Ledgers Journals ii Day and Gash Boo s i tho New Year hood foods at Iiw Prices iFor Drug Store J P TBLKIHOXB NO 2 d0N 1Yti1 dOM 4 1134LdL SEEThe Steel Beam Plow Hefore You Make a Purchase 6eo H Farris S Co J A ALLEN CO Contractors Arid Builders l STANFORD KY Huvo now u complete itockof Building Material Yellow Ilno Floorlnc Ceiling Sash minds und all of Dressed and Rough lumber SUInglcs and Steel Roofing jK cult 1osU ic Wo muko cfcttraateion anyklod of work wunuiLcjOIHco opposite Dr L 5 n Cooks J t I I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAWOIIU KY TAN 11 1001 OUR proscription work Is unsurpaas ed Try UII iud bo convinced Penoyi Drug Store PERSONALS LlTTLi Miis Mimi Hays Is very WATT TittowN of Casey was here ihli week BORN to tho wife of Buck Illatt a 10pound boy Mils G C OlVKNS Ii vUltlnp rela t tlvei In Paris lION N HAYS ol Plneville was d frhere Yesterday J llKOOKS of Crab Orchard la town ycotorduy- Mas MAnIC HAUDJN has been quite tick for iovcr il dan HiLt CAHTKII loft yesterday for s Grand Suramlu Kantnr loins J W ALLEN of Huitonvlllc was some better yesterday Mns M J MILLKU U quite III In her room at the Veranda lIotI Mil UFUKLI CIIANCKLLOK Is able to lilt up after hit ovoro ipoll J W LOCICIUDQK of Hustonvlllo was In Loultvlllo this week lloiiEUT T MAKTIV II up from IJIrm Inpham visiting his parents Miss MATTIB THOMPSON of Lanca tcr If with Mies LUxlo UrlKlil Mils J B KCIIANKS ipeol tho past week with relatives and friends la Jar rardv MASTER Fliuo COOK gave a party to a number of his young friends Tuesday night MRS W li DILLIOX of Livingston uponl oriral day with her sUtor Mr I Joseph ColToy Miss FANXIK SHANKS has returned from a prowaotod ylali to relative In I Missouri She U quite III ANDY TfCKKK John Livingston ami l Thomas Johnson loft Wednoeday for Oklahoma to seek fortune and fame S W Foitov has returned from a r inasiness trip to Danville and other upper Kentucky olthtllElkWn 1rou Iroes1 W L lHiuu8 fter anjoyinj a w0tc holiday wlUi his mother Mrs I S Phillips hm raturmd to oo1INs- Lt IndUnapoll Mil AND MRS II OlItfON Of Danville bavo room In the My or Houio building Thoy will take mini at tho Su Awpli- MR J W McWnoRTRit of Middle burg WU here yesterday Ho told us he bad 11000 Insurance on his house which burned Saturday last Mn ViNCMNT ARNOLD of Pitt burt UfimarKrawl Warrens plaoe itt tho doKt while bo is In tho dispatchers oftloa at Hvlnirnton Mil G K GoODK of Piano Texas visiting hit old friends In Lincoln Ho and Mr G W UIITs of MoKinnoy paid thU otllco u call yoalonla- yJflxiliJ M TlLrOltli of Liberty brought his daughter Miss Martha Tilford up to tho Joseph Price lollrm ary whore sun will remain a few weeks Missus PAUWNK IKVINU of Boyle Uelccca Mulllni of Rowland amlMiu- lor George Bourne of Bubble have matriculated at tho public or graded school j IN remitting for his I J lIon Far rls It Poland of Uiwronceburg on closes money for The Commoner Mr T n Walton of Atlanta also orders IIr Bryans paper through us T Com GLLLIV of Gnrrard who went to Dcnvsr some weeks ago ordorb his paper sent to Lancaster Ho writes tORt bl doctor advises him to go to- Ashovlllp X O and ho will do so goon HflsRss CATIIKKINK AND DOHA DArctiHAN of Stanford wero In the city enrovjto to HoIIID Institute Va ngd Miss Llniin Miller of tho same town was on her Way to Georgetown Colleiro DiJ M Hronaugh of Oklahoma U tho guest of kluaos Olllo and Klllo Huffman Lrfx Doraoorat LOCALS DONT forget Us when you como to court Monday ClIIMMlKXS1 Pubbera at lOots SavJ erunco fc Sons IXTKUKSTINO prlcea on Oliver Plows at higgins t McKhineyu LST call on cloak Prices cut to pieces Severance At Sons v NETV lot of women and childrens 0 shoes just received Cummins k Mc Clary AS usual O I Hood fe Co of Hoods Sarsaparlla lame sand us a pretty cal endar 30 DAYS Henry Logan colored got 80 days In jail Wednesday for stealing a hog from J H Haughman Tnt delinquent list for time year 1000 will be published after Fob 1 1JOl nnd sold to tbo highest bidder L K Hughes collector 1Sk T J CCLTought of Wm Laud graf a 12room nouse lu Crab Qrchard for and has refused on advance of 1200 for his bargain JUDQK ANDIIBW BUCHANAN of Crab t Orchard tried his first case Tuesday Ho fined James Kennedy 8 25 and 10 days for carrying concealed weapons To Jones for embroideries nnd lace WI have on hand at the mill bran and iblpstuir W H Tray lor 3t SPECIAL prices on hay for tho next 10 days to reduce stock J U Bough man l Co S S RED Prultt Droll ad und watch It each luuo Their stock of furniture Is always new and upto date TIIOSK knowing themselves Indebted to mo will please colt and settle at once as I need mooney IL C Hupley 2t WILL sell county court day between 11 and 12 nice pbwton pony gentle for a woman to drlvo or a child to ride J P Chandler I WILL sell publicly at 11 oclock Monday county court day two shares of Lincoln County National Bank Stock J P Chandler- NEWS comes from Somerset that there are several cases of smallpox there and that one pcreon has died from that lottbciomo disease ALL claims against tim city of Stan ford must bo flied with the finance com- mitteD three days before regular meet Ing of the council or same will have to go over until the next regular meeting L U Hughes clerkItTin candidates for tho various coun ty olllce will meet at the courthouse at 10 oclock Monday morning county court day The county committee will hold a meeting at W S Burchs olllce at 130 that afternoon DANVILLE paper aro crowing be cause their three banks show deposit amounting to JS220S 70 Thats com paratively nothing Ono bank hero the Lincoln National has half that much and nobody has thought enough of the fuot to mention It CASKY county hOI a now sheriff Sherll J M Brown declined to mako bond for this year and Judge Tllford appointed Jailor T J Bell to that of lice Mr null roslgned as jailer and Mr Brown was put In his place It took a little twapplnir around to bring about the above but the change will no doubt prove ull faotory 10 tho Ca tty ptoplo Ocit suburban town Rowland Is without trustees notwithstanding Uva gentlemen wero elected In November None of them showed up on tho night axed for organliatlon oDd tho Itnprtlon prevails that they will not eorve The old truStees havo long since thrown up their Job In tho meantime those who hold the towns vouchers are wondering when pay day will oome i BfltNAl A Burns who hLvctat HuttoBvillo for year und who stayed bore when PtV Oretln ran a livery table In Stanford died at Lexington yesterday morning lip hall been en gaged In business In Lexington for soy oat years und made many friend there by his genial wholesouled dis position1 No cleverer man ever lived than Al Burns and his sudden fib mlo will cause regret wherever bo was known DISMISSED C W Lester former Statu Inspector and Examiner has dls mlecd his libel stilt for 000 against Mr W P Walton former editor of this paper brought In tho Whltley cir cuit court Mr Walton withdraws his demurrer to tho petition and flies an answer stating that he was misled Into the publication that he had no malice In tho matter and no Intention of doing Lester an Injury KLKCTKD DIRKCTOHR Tuo Lincoln County National flank elected Its old board of directors Tuesday and put in Mr J B Paxton to succeed J J Williams deceased Tho First National clecteditho old board with the excep tion of Mr M J Miller of Mt Ver non who was succeeded by Mr James U Robinson of Hubble Tho hitter bank voted to decrease Us capital stock to 150000 which carried by a good ma jority COAL KICKKRS Hardly u night passes that from live to 2i bushels of coal Is not stolen from thli freight trains us they pua hero und Marshal R G Jones Is going to make It hot for the gang who does It before long They got on a car as tho train pulls tho heavy grade coming from Rowland and from that time uptll tho foot of Pax tons grade la reached they kick and throw oil coal while their pals houso It as rapidly as possible It Is surprising to know how much coal they can steal tbntwaySToNiDr W D Stone one of the best known as well as ono of tho best citizens of Casey died at Liberty Moo day night of stomach and heart troub le aged about 70 The remains wore brought to Hustonvlllo Wednesday afternoon and burled after services by Elder J Q Montgomery An enor mous crowd attended the funeral attesting to some extent the esteem In which Dr Stono was held A wlfo and two sons Messrs Josh Stone of Wash- Ington City aid Will S Stone of Lib arty survive and few wives and sons have mourned tho loss of a better husband and father Dr Stone was a do vout Methodist and high up in Masonry Ho waa in good circumstances HAVE your prescription filled at Craig k Hookers READ Withers lIad on our fourth page something good SEI the Chattanooga Steel Beam Plow before you buy G IL Farris G S TWO residences on West Main Street for sale on easy terms Apply at this otllco It you want tho prettiest embroidery your eye will rest on this season go to J P JonesSW W WITHERS will make picture frames cbeaper and better than they can bo had elsewhereSBItING your wife to town court day to Jot some of our Remnant Counter Bargains or cotton at low prices Sev eranco fc Son I MYERS Mrs Mary A Myers died at her homo on Danville Avenuo latt night at 10 oclock No arrangements for her funeral have been made SilEliUT S M OwEs edits a portion of this paper but the reader who hasnt paid his taxes will find precious little good news In his article on the fourth page THERE will be a meeting of the hop club on Tuesday evening at 730 All member are urgently requested to bo present as officers are to bo elected for the ensuing year IF wo are bound to bavo a primary would It not bo better to have it early Some soreness will more than likely follow It and It would be a good Idea to give abundant time for tbo wounds to heal Sq NRW REAL ESTATU FIRM Messrs JR EdmUton and Samuel J Tatcm of Crab Orchard have formed a part nurehip to do a real estate business Business placed In tholr hands will be carefully attended to TUB Lincoln County Medical Society held an interesting miollog hero Tues day There wore a number of talks and papers Dr J C Barker elected president and Dr L B Cook was reelected secretary LOVHIIS of good music aro looking forward to the coming of tho Chicago Glee Club on Friday night 25th Both press and public speak In high terms of their entertainment and a royal musical treat Is promised The Knights of Pythias are to be congratulated on bringing eooxeallaot an attraction as this ono will prove to Stanford GOODWIN Mrs Goodwin of Livingston died bore Tuaedav morning of a complication of troubles Sho was A Miss Meadows of Plea Hill and witS an exceedingly handsome widow of about 25 Undertaker J L Bcazlcy nccom tunlcd tile remains to Woodbine where they wero Interred Tho Laly Macca bees of Livingston took the body In charge at that place KELLEY =Wright Kelley one Crab Orchards best and most honor able citizens died Wednesday of u complication of troubles aged about 40 A wife and a married daughter survive Mr Kelley moved to Crab Orchard from Clay some six or eight years ago and during tbnt time ho mado many friends who are grieved to give him up Ho was a sterling democrat and that party will miss him as will all who know him Pitosrccrrs GOOD Judgo W E Varnon who accompanied Judge M C Suufloy and Mr J S Hooker to Jclllco to confer with Civil Engineer Cron shaw concerning the building of the Southernroad through Stanford re turned yesterday morning In high feather Judge Saulloy und Mr Hock or went on to Knoxvlllo The gentle men had tho good fortune to meet at Jolllco not only Mr Cronshaw but Mr Wells the ohlof engineer of thq Southern system and Mr Mlllncr chief of the Southern division They had very satisfactory talks with these gentlemen and gave thorn many reasons why It wuuld bo to the companys In torcst to build their connecting line this way Judge Varnon is very hopeful of good results and has every ap pearanco of a man who thinks ho knows something good He says ho thinks If the rightofway can be secured through Lincoln wo will have no trouble In getting tho road Certainly wa can not afford to let so small a mat ter mako us lose eo good aablng as tho road will prove MATRIMONIAL C F Higgins and Miss Elizabeth Tu loy of Richmond will marry on tho 10th Cicero Baslln and Miss Armlldlo Kidd were mado ono at J H Kldds yesterday Tho gossips have it that Senator Blackburn Is soon to marry a widow of the same name as his own a resident of Washington city A M Klnnaird of Mlddlesboro and Miss Emma White of Cumberland Gap were married Tuesday evening at the home of the bride The marriage was ore of tho leading events of Its kind this season The bride and groom left for a tourof the Northwest after which they will make their homeln lomphls Tone Fulton Gordon who killed his wife and Arch DIxon Brown In Loulsvlllo fivo years ago was married In Cincin anti to Miss Blanch Manby of Louts vlllo Mr Winston Withers of this plate and Miss Mary Powell tho prey daughter of Capt B F Powell of this ounty will be married at her houo at 030 on the evening of the 23d Charles Perry Cecil Jr and Mlrs Virginia Mltchum Bowman were married at the Christian church in Dan villa Wednesday Rev Henry Clay Garrison officiating It was a white and gold wedding The decorations at tho church and also at the residence of tho bjlde where a reception was hold after tbo wedding wero superb The maid of honor was Miss Josephine Reid of this city tho bridesmaids Miss CIa ra Dudley and Miss Eleanor Coleman of Lexington Miss Susan McRoberU Miss Mary M Bell Englcman and Mica Katherine neldof Danville Ernest Van Winkle was the best man and Hor ace Bowman George McRoberts W P Woodcock Sam Cecil and Guy Wise man the ushers Tho gowns of the brldo and her maids wero among the most elegant ever sccn In Danville An orchestra accompanied the organ in rendering the wedding march The brldo Is the only daughter ot Mrs Ma ry Withers Bowman and Is ono of the prettiest and most attractive girls in the Bluegrass Mr Cecil la the oldest son of Mr and Mrs Charles P Cecil of this county and is a leading young business man of Danville The couple leave at onco for a tour of the East anti after the 25th will bo at homo at the Bowman residence in Danville Dan vlllo cor CJ- McIinley has joined the Elks and Roosevelt haalIlllatcdwlth the Ma sons The demand for high class road horses Is still increasing and tho rl bt1 kind will bring good prlceiIEmbry l Arbuoklo have sold to Jas White a half Interest In their eight months old Victoria bull calf for 3150 Climax ePOSIEDI hereby DOur the Iblle that y land IittrejualngoIaiyto the run extent of the law M PI AND Residence forO Rent A very donlruble residence of ten rooms lnlutIlgICOtHOlied Tlie proinrty Is centrally located In lluxtonvlllc Ivln at once For terms apply to amiss n V Logan Ilus toiiTllto or IHtonla Ky FRUITTBROSMOUELAND KY Keep on band at all time a Splendid At rorttncnt of tFcrRN1T1JRI Also Undertakers Supplies Collins Caskets Llvcy Stable in connection rD S Carpenter HUSTOSVILLR KY nits secured the agency for Peering Ma Cliattanoogzi1Icaru re uostod to call and see thlt plow I1gcAltrnlCllcrn Filter Bank Stock Sale I I will otTer for sale ucforu tho court houso door In Stanford Ky between It and 12 eountyCourtNational nnd live share of stock In tho Lincoln County National thank Also first class 3Vftirold inure mule 411 JOS IIALLUU faper Hanging And Painting lice mo before you let your painting I will save you inomy I will furnlih paper strut Put lIon the wall from toe up In other word I will sell you paper as cheap us you perhuhwork guaranteed J J I1KLDFN Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Having dwldcd to go to to Oklahoma I will ou THURSDAY JAN 17 1901 Offer publicly to tho hlgheit bidder My Farm of 112 12 Acres On Hanging Fork land I will sell i2y acres with Improvements consisting of dwelling witIsN rooms and two porches good barn and crIbs cittern nnd necessary outbuildings This land U In high tato of cultivation nil In grass and well watered by springs and Hanging Fork I will then otTer 40 acres of land unimproved that decs not adjoin tho other Is well tiroIIbeen In fur ti terra of years All land well fenced I will also olTer head of high gradu Cattle consisting of cows antI heifers a lot of Polled Durham bull and heifer rlglsterNIJersey cows tilw S pair of No I mules 5yearold combined horso 0yearold lyearhlngSouthdown All ewes bred to No bucks A lot of brood sows and shouts will go 290 barrels of corn 400 shocks fodder n lot of hay In stacks and I good straw stacks II full line cf farming Implements 3 2horso wagons truck wagon McCormIck binder IOlIchlncslmyrllkoalmost now phaeton and harness und other things too numorous to mention Will also sell nil household and kitchen furniture Will soIl at samo tIme Interest In J acres wheat sown on Mrg Kibsi Harris farni Terms made known on of sale I K IlISHbl Hubble Ky s ft J i New StoreWo have opened a full line o- fGroceriesIn the Miller Store Room next door to Cummins McClarys and ask you to come in and goc our stock timId get our prices Good Goods at Low Prices will bo our motto und we will adhere strictly to it Everything new and firstclass W W SAUNDERS CO STANFORD KY 6 I 0s CDJJZ P coci t tIJ J9J Uo1 f fI i olPL S5iS 0 S it 4 PIp 01 si 4IS J 1t 55S SS Ss 55 S S S Is 1 ttg Odds and Ends fflfi- tr toflII t2e us a n room as as money In these iJoirJ i fc Remnants and Job LotsS 2 s oWohave them in Every Line See our window and notice i60 6L the prIces on every item d y They Are Cheap0 I tt 19 1DIRT CHEAP I I I I I 6 Aff0 0 tJ J a x ra 4 t V s ft htt 0 i 41 SSSSSSaSS 4 tS Jr 55 5 SV b5 4I f Gli I t hb a bit 1Gf6 t A Scorching Shoe Sale I Beginning Tuesday Jan I 1901 Wo will plnco on sale for one month our entire line of Gents Fine Footwear Pick your cfiolceof any make in the house and wo will soil them to you for less money titan they cost us This isnt any catch advertisement we dont do business that way Wo need the room for our Spring Lino arm we need the money and we propose To Close Out Entire Line at a Loss These a o feels and wo are hero to substantiate them We handle such makes as HANAN SONS STACY ADAMS FLORSHEIMS AND HELMUS BETTMANNS I Look at our window for cut prices JOHN P JONES Stanford fl m 1 I Severance Sons 1 DRY GOODS AND SHOES NEW EMBROIDERIES I OUR REMN0NT COUNTER Irs WTo havo just plnccfl on stile Is full of good timings and Fucst Lino of Hamburg the moro you buy time more m mthl ill s and Laces we Imve you tve 8hOWIImB rh width from tho dainty liar Linings Calicoes Outings f row ones for tho babies dress Laces and Faniburgs to tho wide oppliqiio effects m They are gOill9fitst toni You should sco what vo can you lIlQt tho sell you at 5o a yard Sec host aro gone rR- t time special valncti in checked Nainsook Cumininks Cottons I and DimmiltieSEVERANCESONS I I Opposite Court House tj f Jas EWryeHas the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing Douglaserything found in a firstclass Dry Goods Store JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky 4 tS t to THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 31abl3ahaTuaalayand 3r c1V- a 1 PER YEAR CASH Mr WS n not lopildmaOO will becaarte Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford a s econdclats matter KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going North 11 68 a IIM IIIMII 2 a S5 II n South 125aa m 23 II I lILllllnllllll1Ml m For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No2S Amrtrea at Stanford at 103 A No Leave titan lord at 210 AM Noll ArrlreaatUowlandat 1200 DAT No22 LMTM Stanford at 230 r K QUEEN CRESCENT Tralnigolo South nau Junction Cltr No Gel notatop No 3I1SO r x NoJ 1122 I Nat SOS r u OotngSouthNo 2 doesntstop No 4 345A No 6 123 r I o10 N FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralni leave Frankfort at GSO AM 349 P and IP x connecting at Georgetown with the Q A C Returning learc Paris at HSO AtLand5- r1r reaching Frankfort otter connecting with Q AO trains at 1120 AM 710 r and 913 P u The litter train learea for Oeorgetownat715p LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Pair good aged work mules for eal Mark Hardin LOSTA 250pound Poland Chin Boar W H Shanks rRichard Crokcr has bought of Col W S Barnes of Lexington six chotc r thoroughbreds for 820000 Smith Nell of Adair sold last week to Durham Bros of Campbell vlllc a car load of fat hogs at 4Jc r Isaiah White sold to Lutes C Co 10 fat hogs at 4Jc and to W T Durham of Way nq a carload of mixed hay at 600 t J E Eubanka bougut of various par tics some shoats at 31 to 4ic and sol to Lutes k Co a bunchof shoats at 4 to 410- i W W Lyon A Co bought of J L Yantis a car load of cotton mules at iSO He shipped them to Atlanta with two car loadsmore- James Ware of Sharpsburg has sold a crop of 0000 pounds of tobacco to the Continental Company for 8t cts The same company has bought a number of crops in the same Section of Bath for 8 centsThe highest price ever paid for a harness horse was 33000dellvcred here today to Mode Nicholas by J W Wag nor ot Philadelphia for a bay gel llng r of unknown breeding The horse Is eald to be the finest that ever left the State Lex Democrat There were 1500 cattle on the market at Richmond Monday and most of tncm sold A bunch of 500 pound two yearold steers brought the top price 4jp to 700pound stoppers 3lc to 700pound heifers 3c A Jarge num ber of mules sold at05 to 8100 a fc r good ones going as high as 3150 Barker Beasley sold to Mr Fcrgu Borjof Carson City la for Allen S Edelen the fancy saddle mare Ma dame Parade for 9300 Capt T D English reports that sales were brUfc at Harrodaburg court day He sold a bunch of twoyearold cattle at 34 20 one bunch of yearlings at 330 and an- a other at 83205 and a bunch of calves at 81250 Plain horses brought from 835 to 75News BBT OUT OF AN INCREASE OF HIS PENSION- A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy I am reminded that as a soldier In Mexico In 47 and 481 con tracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every renewal a dose of it restores me It is unequalled as a cjulek cure fur diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig Hooker John JOnes sentenced from Marlon county to serve two years for manslaughter went to Nashville to serve his tlmo Ho was unattended by an olllucr and said be bad decided to Iiwltbdraw his appeal and come on and t servo his sentence Ho bought a rail way ticket and came to Nashville on his own accord Sore and swolen joints sharp shoo t lug pains torturing muscles no rest no sleep That means rheumatism It is a stubborn disease to tight but Chamberlains Palo Halm has conquered it thou eandH of timqs It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One application reUeves the pain For sale by Craig k Hqukur Clergyman JMy child beware of c picking a toadstool instead ofa mush- roomn They lire easy to confuse Cbl d t That be all rolght sue Us haint again to eat cm ourselves Theyre ngoin to market to bo sold L N stock went above UI cents in the New York stock market Wednes day There was another exciting day on change trading being heavy andI prices generally higher The market closed active and Irregular There are people who think Marconi et might have been more of Ja public bene ifactor lied he invented a system of wire IOM politics J MIDDLEBURG Middlcburg has had for several yea what people called a good school but wo have by far tbo best school bore now that we have ever had and ever body Is pleased No kicks at allwhli Is the first time wo over know this to bo the case The spring term Opened on tho 1st with the largest number of pupils yet enrolled and there havo becn new arrivals every day since and yet there aro others to come Rev R B Mahony of Stanford w here Saturday on business J W Mc WhorterJrreturned to CIncinnati last week after spending the holldas with relatives hero and on Indian Creek W T Durham of Cooper vllle was hero Monday Me Wheat will return to Valley View Texas about the 17th Miss Kato Mcintosh who has been confined to her room for nearly four months is In a rather critical condition again Billy Lanham Is also very low of brain fever Miss Sophia McCormick and sister spent Sunday night with their brnthe Mr Reed McCormick Mr J W Da vis bas moved to the residence of Mr M Taylor and has several now boarders Mlai Maude James of Darren county is hero attending school Miss Kato McIntosh who has been ill for several months wltb fever Is wore again Miss Martha Lucas a widow of 72 is very Ill Mr Jason Wesley went to Hustonvllle with Miss Sophia McCormick Tuesday morning Mr William Lanham is vary sick though to bo brain trouble Mrs John Me Dowell and son are spending a fow days at her fathers Mr H II MsAn Inch There will be a literary soclct held every Friday night at the Norma College Mr Spurgeon Simpson am wife returned to their home at Louisville HOWS THIS We otter One Hundred Italian ward for anT caw ot Catarrh that ranout be cured bjr Ualla tarrh Cure J F Cll EI2CE Y A at lrors ToUilo We the uadenlgned bare known J Clieuej for the last K srn and Iwllete him perfectly honorable In all business tranwtloni and titian stetocarry otit any obligation wide by tbelt firm WEST A TRI Wholesale Dmsjlit Toledo U WAtinxo KIHNAN A MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Ilallt Catarrh Cure li taken Internally acting illrretly upon the blood and niuroui turfacvn oftin aritera Price Tie xv bottle Sold by all drug gl ts Tntlmonlali free Haifa family are the beat FRITH HOTEL- F FRANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KYI Heat Hotel In the mountains rates conildered Iorteriiueel all trains Special atteatlon to trn sling me- nOLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorgj O Wcutlierford has a contract for FULL CONTROL AD SALE of Old Mock Whisky In Husjtonvlllf Ky II C MOOK Danville Ky Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday February 11 1901 letweon the hours of 0 in and J pm at Ihe coiirthnuso door In Stanford Lincoln ountv Ky 1 will expose to tile lilglieH udder for oasli In hand to pay the Slato and County taxes for the years shown oppo silo the names the following property or so noel tltereof ts may be necessary to pay saId taxes Thug list will be published once week for four wcoks and tho names will Itsappenr us oon a1 the tax und cost are paId Cost of iiaortliliip SI 50 Time and splice forbid us from publishing all nut anther Hit will appear In four weeks TAN OtlU WHITE Inugli J II 01 acres 8 S 70 lames W town lot 10 Irmntactt Mrs arid daughter 5 acres 2 05I Burke Prank 10 acres 3 30 Jollier James M town lot 3 55 Dalton Joiluli 2 acres 2 70 Deluney Sirs 0 town lot I Dcnlmta Thomas 2S acres 2 15 Rmoro lames n r town lot 2 10 Ilsli Mrs F100 acres 40 30 Ilunlgan Mrs Mary town lot 2 O- SIrani Joseph town lot 2 SS lays Honey colored IS acres i 40 Illatt floss town Int 2 80 lrkpatrlck Kitty n r 28 acres 3 S5 ensure Tom 14 acres 2 05 pans J A acre 2 70 itarttn William 30 acres Iiirtln T n town lot 2 51 Miller Mge truiteo Ulllan sand Maud Haiamonds on land Iiirpliy Mrs George town lot 2 10 IcOuhan n A n r 2 town lots Oaks J W n r two acres 2 70 laks Mrs Nancy town lot 2 10 etco Linda town lot 3 10 orklna O It udmr Lanuliclrx 40 u 5 klllliM II i1 acre 3 30 Sims Tom 50 acres a 00 SmIth Tom ex IU1I town lot 55 refer 0 3iucrex 00 ralgcr Sirs Ada town lot HTANVOItll COI1HED Oliver one stare 8 25 alley Thomas acres 2 40 arrow Manuel acre 20 II aughman Llgo town lot 2 B- 5caslcy John 23UOTCS J 00 iickner Scott town lot 3 CIllr Anderson two town lots 10 00 Jluwher Tilda n r town lot 51 Coeper Josh 8 acres J Crow Wllll ten acres 2 25 Dawson Sum Ji nero 140 nbry Hell town lot 1 ua Richard u r20 arras 20 000110 Frank town lot 3 10 u r tR Givens Harrison heirs town lot 10 Glyena Anthony heirs town lot 2 Graham 011 town lot I 10 Hays Will H aero 2 15 Holm Green and Itcttlo town lot Helm Harrison acres 70 Hill Mose 10 acres 2 fO lllgglns Henry acres 2 15 Jones William No1 town lot 7 20 Langaford Miner ono acre 20 lackey Wlllam 02 town lot 2 3 Montgomery Mack one acre Morar Dock n r town lot 2 10 Iennlngton Hud acres Rout Richard acres 15 Smith Allen Jr I acre 1i5 Snccd John town lot I Stewart Harrison ten acres 2 i0 TardilY W n town lot I 70 Wade Lucy town lot 2 10 Whltlcy Logan ten acres 2 40 Whltlcy Omen aver acres 2 25 Whltley lan 3 acres 2 Ui Withers G W1 acre 2 70 Wood Amanda n r I acres I 20 cnAu OIICIUHD WHITE Adams Mr Nancy tax 1S90 1000 1083J4 acres Anderson d Johnson 160 acres f 70 Brit 0 A n r 3 acresLCDelaney Mathew 2J acres I Kagaly Jacob three acres 1 0 Graham E W 25 acre 2 15 Miller William 50 acres 2 15 Montague Joseph SI acres 1rultt Or 0 21 acres 2 15 Smith Mrs A K 130 acres 2 05 Stewart Mrs Elizabeth n r 210 acres 3 55 tonnes John heirs 100 acres 4 70 Stevens Levi E hrs n r 00 acres 3 2 Turner William U acres f ORCHARD COLORED Halley Pig Iacres f2 Hlggtns Amanda 2 acres 2 Mlddleton Hurtle town lot Mulllns Sherman H acres 9mlli J H n r 23f acres Tucker Julia 5 acres 75 WAYNMDUI10 WHITE Bailey W II acres f 2 71 Ita lard Goo II nr 50 acres 1 Baugli Alfred 50 acres 2 40 Baugb Greenup n r 50 acres 2 40 Baugh IL I 22 acres 2 Basttn Hre 33t acres 2 40 Baugh John 132 acres 4 Bastiu Lsuci 1m n r 123 acres 2 40 Burnett J D 05 acres 15 Blankinship S F 20 acres 3 Brackctt John 10 acres 1w 1 i Butt F N 53 acres 4 00 CoyV Maty A 83 acres 3 05 Dunbar MM Nannie at acres 2 20 DIstilhoust Carl 60 acres 3 30 Dunaway W II 47 acres 3 00 Drye W D 57 acres 3 20 Fttzwater Ed 00 acres 2 K Fox O 0125 acres 2 70 Gains J S 15 acres Booch It M n r 127 acros 2 40 Qrabowski Fred n r 100 acres 2 40 Ham Sam A 18 acres 2 60 Henderson W1i n r 40 acres 1 20 Hicks David 30 acres 3 Oji Llildcrhrand F 60 acres 3 65 Huffman Paul 140 acres 0 45 Howard F B 70 acres 2 50- fowe11110 n r SO acres 1 60 ICainsky Wm Sr 50 acres flffifl 6 Love James T40 acres 240i- lelton Rubs 16 acres 2 70 illllcr GJW n r 175 acres =4 70 ilullins Sam n r SOJacres 2 40 iltillins It B n r 72 acres Tg 120 McDonald Elizabeth 111 acres S 3 65- ilcWhorter J WIn r 70 acres 2 60- xolan PH 50 acres 3 W Peck A C CO acres =330- tecordBd53acres i 13J- ogers 1 0I 0 T 63 acres 270 Sisco H F137 acros 3 30 laidpley G 57 acres 6 05 ludduth J C u r 76 acres JZH 1 76 Todd Martha S n r 70 ogres 1 50 ebbs David n r 125 acres 2 95 Young A J 05 acres 6 00 Flint Sam town lot i 1130 Fox F F heirs 300 acres f if 55 iooch Huben 14 acres 100 inglcton W M 20 acres 2 05 IIU8TONVIIIE WIltTEI Adams IL 11 acres 8 2 Ifj irown Gabe 5 acres 165 urham W W 05 acres 310J- ibson Win 2 acres 2 10 Inlr Henry 6 acres 170 Marlin Joanna G3 acres 3 75 Marlin Kay it acres U5 Mason William 2 acres =2 00 Icniur Eb town lot 3 CO iIusEclmaii Win n r 1 acre = jjj2 40 Preston W Gl acre 1 80 Heed John 4 acres 4 50 aylor J II 40 acres 20 40 aught Dudlov town lot 410 cliloclitcr Herman 05 acres 6 35 auck F G for 18091900 n r 100 acres 2 40 IIUSTOSVILIE cou nKi lalley Chas aero 2 15 Irlght Hattle n r11 acres 2 00 crown Tint town lot 180 trown Tinsley town lot 1 SO truce James lire 25 acres 2 40 turton Phillip hrs 5 acres 60 aldwell Eph town lot 2 05 Dryc Stephen town lot 1 80 livenh Adam 7 acres 2 70 livens John 11 acrts fy 2 00 Jatper Lee 1 acre t 80 Johnson Henry 15 acres 6 05 lorton John 40 acres ft 90 McCormack T II 3 acres 2 25 Owens Willis 15 acres 3 JO oy nolds Henry 0 acres 215 Smith Iarten town lot SO Vcatherford Adam town lot 1 SO Welch James town lot 1 70 Drlghl John n rm acres 11 L16TTAICKN ny BUIKUVISOnB 1000 lirlstl J II by OS Honsly agent 87 ocre 2 10 Fox 0 A 125 acres 6 90 Collier Dan 33 acres 12 05 8 M OWENS SHERIFF tx lp GEO T FARKIS Of Garrard It n candidate fur reoomlnatl for State Senator In this district comws of Lincoln Uiuoy lloylo and Garrard coat ties subject to action of thu democrat party OHAS L DAWES Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democrat party J M CARTER Sr Is A candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the democratic party J C MoWHORTER Of Crab Orchard Is a candidate fur Asset sorof Lincoln countyi subject to tho nctlo ot the democratic party T J HILL- scandidate for Slier of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic part MeG REYNOLDSI- sn candidate for AssvMorof Llnroln coun ty subject to tho action of the democratic party 91 S OAUG1IMAN- U a candidate for BherlfT of Lincoln count subject to the action ot tho democratic IIart1 E W LILLARD Of Danville Is a candidate for State Senate 10 this district COI of Lincoln Casey loylo and Carrardcountlestsubject to tho ctlon of the democratic party SAMUEL 91 OWENS le a candidate for Aeseasorof Lincoln county subject to thu action of the Democrat arty 91 P NORTH in candidate to represent Lincoln County nthe UpIilRturo HUbJcct to tho action of tho Democratic party W I 1IERRIN- t n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county ubJect to the action ot the democratic par ty J II RAINES 111 candidate for the nomination of Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the nation or- tbl Democratic tatty W9I LAND GRAF 1 candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic action THALES IL RIGHT II a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic artyJOHN C PEPPLES- i1 for Jailer of Lincoln Couta to the action of the democratic par ty Youruppontlssolicited DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party He solicits your support GUS KcCORMACZ Ie a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic artyGEO A EUBANKS h a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county aubJect to the action of the democratic lll1rty JAMES T JONES Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the aitlun of the deuuscrath party ainting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your buigpv carriage or wagon Inllrstctasoitylo men to do It and work cuarau tcod You cin have your old vuhtele reads now for very lit II 0 m lluy J II OURIIU Stanford Ky FaSTEDIhrebT warn allpersonfronttreaspaulogon 11rw fur any pur ro rrr wsl1ADOntP KrlgtrKy alto warn 1I1r101 troIRrIaMlnK on IU- Tlana on Duck furNIKI purjune nhehteKy tII Utu DAMSFISTULACURE Manufactured by J W Adams It lalDt IIck Is a guaranteed sure cllre- Cor horses urnf mulct utlllctcd Ilttuln Iallllvll Swlnney icrittchcs Saddle bolls IInrd and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel cc Ior sale by W II llcltob crt druggist Stanford JlI K Humphrey 1lbcrtYI U Si Thompson ltingavlllo A Cl1ldwclI Ilros IInllvllll Ky F It UomptoiiMllludgvvllfo Gcn U Jeter Mlddlcbnrc Olure Turncrsvllle J It Vanhook McKtn EAZLEY Fs HAYSU- NDERTAKERS DkULKttl IN Furniture MattiugsRugs And Wall Paper They will Xxchango Furniture for nil kinds of Stork Give them- a call Iriccs right STANFORD KENTUCKY v Withersd r Will sell goods for spot cash Below are some that will Interest my custom ers from far ROIl near Wo have the stock and money to buy mono with so the merry Price War Continues r 20 pound CottonTop Mattress Satin Finish Ticking f 2 00 SO II f 3 00 1 40t u 4 00 r Exrolsor attresses150 17s and t 85 Solid OV 3IiecoISed hoot Suits H 00 Woven Wire lied Springs1175 2 00 Coiled Hire lied Springs tl40 60- 1cnltcntlary ClIne Seat per set t5 3 00aLadles Sewing Itockcrs each 85c 00 Wall Tapurfrom 30 per roll up want to say to my Lincoln Garrard Doyle Otey friends that I keep a stock second to none of theaJJoiningtcounties and that My Prices Cannot Be Duplicate Gash Must Accompany Every Order tW W WITHERS Stanford Ky t 000000000000000000000000000000000000I g g g Brokers g o 0 o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o 0 o 0 o Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain o ggo 0 o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o o o executed g o Dank and Commercial Inferences Long Dlttamu Telephone 510 0 o 0 000000000000000000000000000000000000 a e t A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD K3NTUCSY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material 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 a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough iniid Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate any prices offered tNlll 1 IMtIM4NMNtIN 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 200 Business and Pleasure Horses 20th Silo on- t Tnmmry 20 150 tilt IJ1 till February 1 1001 At Tho Old Ileltatilo Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Kentucky AcknowleclgiHlby patrons nil over the State to he line or thelxMt Mlnlilliliwt ratios In the tho South 10OUO horses I tend competent to manage your IllAltlk Oat right lluycru numerous Satisfactory Covered track2001sss stall littler your suck hero and you will Kaye uo regrets Wrlto no trouble to wrllo Send for ontry blank Phone CWJiick stile Mnnli S loul E1 lAlICONKK Danvlllu Ky FIRST NATIONALBANK Of STANFORD KYIplUl Stock 3100000 This Institution orlglnalljMUbUihtt at tha Ur posit Bank oCJUaforil In 1W3 then reorganized u the Kstlonal Hank ofSUnlorJ In IBM anJigtli oorgaalteU at the First National Hank ol Sunfjrt n 1832has had practically an uninterrupted axial- encefur II years It l trotter supplied now wltj facIUtlea for transacting bu lne promptly anl t erallr than ever before In Ita lung and honoiab career AccouDtiot InJUIJuaU fljuclarlm mil InilUlilualiiollcUtdDIHICTOII V Meld Lincoln Co JW liardinSlaalor S Tilartia 8 H Baujbiuau I S hooker Tr1IIII Wr Walton W A Tribble lUCoHlorCrab Orchd M J Miller Ml Veroon M DEImore Stanford one al J h Hoc er Vrosld nli J J MclteUirtt CubS COAL SALT I will Imvo my coal hlns comploleil by- Oct and will keep on rand Uiriu grades of the bust coal also salt mid I will sell It to merchants by wagon told at u very small margin Will contiuno to pay the rices Hickory Spokes 8tav Heading ooods and Groceries ut rock bottom prices moneyvD li 0 iEI r Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital SlockllinoOOO liu MOandouly for Z9 Yard Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such wutwlyUllt CTdlUS J r Sr JN Mrnefet A W Carpenter sW CUllllune J HInnS blnh J K Cash JUt Owtley OKFICEIW S H lreahlrDttJ W 5I IlrlKht Ant Cashier 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