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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY DEEM BEll 3 1901 3 Pltl NO 79 NEWS NOTES A ranchman was shotTn Montana by a man who ho say In Pat Crowo r s W B Pollard ihcrllT of Trigs coun ty li dying from asolMofllctcd wound Little Jim Duke shot and killed bit uncle bite Jim Duko In Allen county Dr W E Clark wits acquitted of tbo alleged murder of Mill Cora Wall or at Stunjls J D Hurley hung hlrotelf at San 1 FraocUco because be couldnt let his ky atone There Bra 80 case of smallpox at I Jackson and Iti suburbs One death It reported A the result of playing with matches tWo children were burned to death at Philadelphia Five lives wore lost at Altoona Pa by a Qro whloh started by the overture lOll of a lamp The wile of A A Oalloy a proml bneatcounty Is dead 1Cblcago highwaymen after robbing throw him through n r plate glass window August Ilclnlgcr a pugilist died tt Chicago of Injuries sustained In a fight with James Drlicoll Tbo supreme court held In the 11 diamond rings case that the Philip pines are dome Ltc territory President Ramsey of tho Wabaib railroad says only 21 persons were kill f ed In the wreck at Seneca Mich I Gold sliver asphalt phosphate and coal aro being found In Hart county and a company Is drilling for oil J M Robinson Norton S Co of Louisville will be reorganized as a stock company with a mlllloocapltal At Eminence Jessb Hamilton caught Will Herding in a room with Mrs Hamilton and fatally stabbed Harding Judge Toney of Louisville decides that a man forced onto a marriage by the wrath of an old maid has no re drcii Charles Newton a veteran telegraph operator and for 10 years manager tbo Western Union at Frankfort wa found dead- Emmetl Harris aged 10 t guilty to horso stealing at West Lt arty and was given to years In the penitentiaryA over a borrowed book was followed by the murder at Chicago of Robert Nowltt by George Johnson a 4 lifelong friend Many mills shut down at Pltuburg on account of Inability to secuKo fuel as a result of the switchmen strike and 6000 men aro Idle The Burlington railroad system haw been leased to the Chicago Burling ton and Qolncy Railroad Company fo a term of 090 years Tbo Frankfort prison oniclals refus- to e receive any convicts from Breathltt county on account of the prevaleqco of smallpox In that county Tho November grand jury character lies tho Jefferson county jail an a blot on our toasted civilization and a dl grace to tbo community- J S Harrod of Franklin charges his wife from whom bo Is ee arated and two of her male friend- with kidnaping his two daughters It la said that Senator Clark of Mon Lana and F F Walsh of Colorado will join Interests and form a no transcontinental railroad to California In a One game witnessed by tho pre Ident and an enormous crowd We h Point beat Annapolis at football by a scoro of lL to 5 on Franklin Field Philadelphia G W Flunor master commissioner of Breathtlt circuit court and B Noble recently elected superintend cm of public schools are among those attacked by smallpox at Jackson Tho supreme court of New York has decided that brokers acting for dealers In stocks and bonds and holding them on margins for their patrons must nDo tlfy tboso patrons before they sell out W H Dulanoy president ot the Ken tucky Board of Commissioners for tho Worlds Fair has prepared his Anal report showing that 2524801 of tho money appropriated by the State was not used After lighting the tax through all the courts the managers of tbo estate I ot the lato Cornelius Vanderbilt are paying the United States Inheritance tax of 361803 on tbo various amounts iJwhich descended to his heir in murrain a Judgment from Hard to county tho court ot appeals ruled that a wifo has the right in preference to the next of kin to select the placo who ro the husbands body shall be burled and d so has the husband as to his wifes boo dyAccording to the nisetament recently h mado by tbo State Railroad Commis sion there will bo paid Into tbo treas ury of tbo State within the next 30 days 41i of this amount the L fc r will pay tlOSOiO 25 and the Q 12780007 Census statistics on manufactories show that in Kentucky the number of Increased 23 4 per and the capltallncreaaed 30 3 per can t In Louisville of plants In creased 356 per coot and the capital r 360 per cent t Brodhead MUsea Helen Tutirmood and Ella Dunn went to Lancaster to visit Our people Bra talking oil It Is said they have struck oil at Flat LIcK The Rev A J Plko closed a very Interesting intratlng with New Liberty church In Pulaski Sunday appointIr and Mils Sturgeer ot Marlon nave been visiting relatives during tbe last Brent McElroy of tbo Oakhlll neighborhood was In town Sunday Mr Tllman Gllpln of GlencOc is spending the woek In Brodbcad Mr Don Pike wont to Bee Lick Sunday to attend church Knox county has a number of paying oil well Our county Is between two good fields and wo have ovary reason to- elieve that those who are now wink lOll wells will bo successful nod that our county will soon bo flowing with tbo fluido GtoMMoorecetftul farmers was In town Monday anJ while pew bis team of horses ran caullhtbywas dodo Robert Hicks son of Lar kin DIck of Brodbead and Miss Lela Plko daughter of Rev and Mrs A J Plko were united In the holy bonds of wedlock at the bride home hero Sunday evening In tho presence of numer ous friends and relatives Rov Llv Ingston officiated Mr Hicks Is a good business man with no bad habits and Miss Lela Is one of our best young ladies They have tbo good wishes of all our people This leaves Brother Plko with only two llltlo girls 8 and 11 years old Hustonvlllo heroewas 10 vernlr burned last week Is about well byba a con dltloo C W Adams will have bis holiday stock open Thursday Watch for an ad later Dr W I Letcher sold to Robert William of Casey the Reid farm near here at 13- 7Attend Mr Nell Adams MoKin noyWntertalnment at Alcorns Opera house Friday evening next Weath rtordLMyers bought their Lrfc Urn Louisville firt fur the quick work ot friends who were In tho room with her she would have been severely burned Iecapital stock from 3000 to 5000 Their companys producer tbe B and L M Reid Walter Hopkins J H Morris and J C Reid formed a lively hunting tookw a two wagon to bring the game homo In oetnight with a capital stcck of 1000 The temporary presidentGeorge aealedn t parry acres adjoining developed property of tbo Deav Creek Oil Gas Co MATRIMONIAL Joseph Wilder and Miss Ida Roes were made ono last week John Sluder and Miss Lucy Jones wore joined heart and band a few days agoClark Moore of Somerset and MI Celesta Bastln of MoKlnnoy wero married last week Silas Mesier and Miss Bessie Alex coder will be married at Mr S B Al exanders tomorrow Slon Messer aged ills and Miss Jon ole Yeakoy will be married at tho courthouse tomorrow Phillip Datllo of California and Mrs Mary Datllo his uncles widow were married at Hopklnsvillo wbero they met for too first time I C Hull the wellknown and popular clerk of the New Barker Hotell to the altar of matrimony Mlsi Salde daughter of Mr TJ Tlbbalb Somer set Journal A LIBERAL OFFER The undersigned will give a free L1Cm cdy for disorders of tbe stomach bllloue ness or constipation This a new rome trdq and a good ono Craig d Hocker druggists There are prospects of a big Russian steel and Iron trust l The Great Fox Hunt at Crab Orchard Springs The fox hunt continues with unabat ed Interest ut Crab Orchard Springs Gen Gentry pas cast three foxes und has two more besides bis famous jack rabbit Admiral Scley to be released this week The beagle bounds have surprised everybody by their hunting qualities Not fox escaped with his Ufa although given over a quarter of a mile start of the dogs The afore occurred yesterday In Broonttghal Thlrtyhorlemonfootmen followed the chase or viewed It from a commanding knoll For ao hour the dogs made music In the wood ed dolls but Reyoard was flnaMy run to earth by the dogs of OeD Gentry and Capt J M G Watts of Frankfort Mr Howard Tracy president of the National Fox Hunters Association was here nearly all week Mr Harry Mc Carty of Nichola vlllo prerldent of the Kentucky Prose Association carve ver with a party from Jcmmlnc Mr- eorge Vorles of Denver soma In Ith a fine party from Lexington rs C E Smith Mr It E Smith iss Florence Smith Messrs John Skaln G W Muir J O and B Ad amsJrDennis Furlong J T and Lou McCartv From Versailles are Derryfromrte T Long and Miss Nettle B Smith Stantord Hon Harvey Helm S M Owens J W Alcorn Miss Paltlo AI corn C D Owens J T Embry W S Burcb J B Bailey W W Saunders W W Withers Stove Walker Point Leavell P Eo Parrlsb Preacbersvlllo SprloglIell1Jcellor and daughters Walnut Flat On Friday night there was a big possum supper with quail end sweet potato trimmings About 40 participated and tbo occasion was enlivened by toasts music by the Crab Orchard band and vocal solos by Mr Adam of Clnclnna tl A feature of tbe elaborate decora ion the work of Mrs Dr Dick were two dead foxes suspended above Goo Gentrys bead and a real live possum tied In tbo center of tbe table and ale porting himself on ripe persimmons It was a grand occasion and the toasts were superb notably tbo o of Messrs McCartyWatts trys address of welcome The two remaining foxes end the jack rabbit will bo coat during tote week In tbe meantime tbe native fox affords abundant sport for tbo bite andkloves of game Manager Jqe Willis Is feeding the guests at n per day on cblckon tur keve quail fresh beef pork spare ribs back bono and sausage C E WOODS P S Admiral Scnley the jack rab IreyhouodsThursday morning at 10 oclock barr jug a heavy rain on Hon John Sam Owsley farm In n 200acre clearing where beagles can chase him by sight In full view of spectators Everybody cordially Invited VO MEN AND JEWELS manthatr is els form a magnet of mlghtv power to tho average woman that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in 1hde wi risk her health to get a coveted teem then let bet fortify h nelf against the Inslduous consequences of coughs colds regularcrwill promptly arrest consumption in its early stages and heat the affected lungs dreaddlsoallocureall but It is a certain euro for troublesYou OetOreenseaThe following was received by a pat ent firm I have been subject to fits for years but tried your medicine recently and havent bad any sense1 They dont know whether bo was relieved or la only a lefthanded speller Cut this out and take it to Oralg Hockers drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets tho best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach Improve tho ap petite and regulate the bowels Regular site 25c per box edCircuit Judge Parker at Lexington dismissed too indictments against May or Duncan Cblof of Police Ross and two detectives which held these offi dials responsible for gambling promiseeyBr t q while disrobing In his bathroom George W Routt a prominent Bath county farmer was killed by the kick of a horse The grand lodge of Kentucky Ma sons mortgaged Its new temple for 200000 MRS NELL ADAMS McKINNEY Too handsome and talented teacher of elocution In Beaumont College who with pupils will give an entertainment at Alcorne Opera House Friday eve ning Dec Mrs McKlnney Is a mOlt harming woman thoroughly devoted to her art end Is a very lovely and lovable character Of a recent entertain moot given at Harrodsburg the Demo crat aye Itwas highly creditable to her skill as a teacher and as a delinea tor of the beautiful art It also dem onstrated that aba has excellent material to work on III each of tbo young ladles showed talent as well as careful training The recitations tbo posing and the pantomime performances were of a bleb order und the whole program seemed to be enjoyed The perform aces concluded with a laughable sketch by Mrs McKinney and Miss Maret In which each Imagined the other crazy and In which both displayed floe his tricots powers Mrs McKlnney espec ally proving that she can act the moo- sa well as be it very charming woman LANGThe revival services at the Baptist church aro progressing nicely Large crowds are In attendance at each ser vice An excellent repertoire company will be at Lancaster opera bouse Dec D10 and 11 It bail played to crowded houses lu several adjoining towns and given perfect satisfaction Only 15 25 and 35 cents Reserved waste at Stormes drug store After a lingering lilocee of consump tion Mr Carey Owsley expired at tbe homo of his mother Mrs Ellen Poor on Danville Ave at 3 oclock Friday afternoon Mr Owsley bad been for Mexicotbut falling to recover his health re turned recently to Lancaster A host of friends will mourn his death Miss Halllo Novlua of Stanford spent several days with her cousin Miss Mary Nellie Dlllloo Miss Mary Carpenter of Hustonvllle Is tbo guest of Mice Frankie Kauffman After spending several days with home folks at McCreary Mr S O Hamm will re turn to Lexington to resume bis duties as engineer at the asylum Mr JBB Hamilton has returned from an extended Southern trip Born to the wife of John M Farra a 10 pound girl Tbe Old Fiddlers contest at Garrard opera house on the night of too 28tb was one of the most unique as well as Interesting entertainments ever given hero There were 14 contestants pres eat and all did remarkably well reD dering such stirring selections ss Chicken Pie Run Nigger Run Rainbow Schottische Home Sweet Home besides any number of other waltzes jigs etc As chairman R L David son discharged his duties In a most creditable manner The prlzo a fine violin was awarded to Mr Secrest of Buena Vista It was surely no easy matter for the judges to decide to whom too prize should bo given each player did so well Oiling the house with such music as bad never been beard before or likely will be again as tho chairman afterwards said The bouse was packed and tbo total receipts amounted to something like 1185 This will leave quite a nice sum for the Commercial Club Manager Hughes deserves a great deal of credit for the enterprise BEST KEMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA Some years ago while at Martlnsburg W Va I was taken with cholera morbue which was followed by diarrhoea The doctors medicine did me no good I was advised to get a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I did and it cured me sound and wellG A Morris Embresville Pa Sold by Craig 4 Hocker druggists Marlon bad at20QOO Grp TIT1rYrMwi T TT I tiI I111IT- f ti == o m J Valuet 1 i combined with reasonable price h 11have made our fall business satis j to ourselves and our cus f JJ tomersWe still have a good as i sortment in our lines of Suits and Ill Overcoats tti Underwear Shoes and Hats is w 1i lITPAYS TO TRADE AT RepairingI 11v jI n Your money back if youre not satisfiede r DanvilleAm = v o tt tiI e C 80 e7J W JV 7J 1fitgs0 ttsltlb e qW twitqaC 4rDgl e r5 z c Ladies Shoes tetai the AXVVra 8- rt E tXFitQ Shoe Nan and Machinery 5canniake ill jjIoID Kid Vii Patent Heavy Welt Extended Sole i With a cushion Insole making It warmer and very Oexlble Ladles allwho want a heavy sole et oooiplaln of them hurting their Qr itleat should try the Ultra price 1360 Try me aliP is a shoe gotten np In the best of Lyle per fect In every part Heavy sole niceea perfect tr spyfitteronty 1200 Iftf H J MCROBERTS 5 0 ailU ct t a oy tt f II r aIIrMrr1rII fflt 3f EJ t d I Overcoats SUITS Boots Shoes Felt Boots Under wear Gloves c- Everythingfor winter wear at lCummins S McClarys I WHEN f YOU WANT 100 CENTS WORTH OF Groceries Hardware Glassware- QueenswareFarming Implements Etc EtcIFOR 100 00 TOJ i Higgins gsYSTANFORD KENTUCKYli ti i tJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL x E C WALTON W P WALTON In Candldita for Railroad oc minions for Ih 2d DutrlcU autlect to the will of the democracy A WASHINGTON epeoUl has the lowing to say about the Senatorial sit uatlon In Kentucky There U quite a divergence of opinion among the dem ocratlc members of the Kentucky dele gallon on the Senatorial raco to be run In the Kentucky Legislature this win ter Representatives White and Gil bert say Gov McCrearv will be elect ed Representative Smith la satisfied with his chances Representative Wheeler IB confident his seat In the Capitol will bo moved over on the Sen f ate side March 4 1003 walls Represen tatlve Trimble says Judge Cantrlll ls an easy winner THE FiftySeventh Congress convene ed at noon yesterday but very little will be done before Cbrlstmaa The presidents message was read today Early In the week steps will be taken toward suitable action on the death of President McKinley On Wednesday and Thursday will como a flood of new bills These will Include those for ship subsidy NIcaraguan canal Ha waiian cable and a department of commerce Reciprocity will attract early attention through an effort In the SeD- ate to have pending treaties referred to the cqmmlttee on finance THERES many a slip twixt cup the and lip especially In politics By or der of the president the transfer of the Covlngton collecwrahlp from D N Comingore to George W Llebertb has been postponed Charges have been filed against Llebertb hud there Is a chance that bill appointment will be revoked A DISCHARGED employe attached a train at Parkbburg O T and detained It until a Judgment of 876 was satisfied When the engineer was about to leave tho station he found that his engine was prevented from continuing on its journey because of a log chain whist bad been fastened to It by the sheriff A CASE before U S supreme court which may settle the question of whether a governor may refuse to grant a requMtlon or not and the In diana fugitives are trembling In their boots as It Is said that the court Is sure to decide that a governor can not arbitrarily decline a requisition HOWS this for affection A Spring field 0 woman sat up six days and nights with her pet dog which was hurt by an electric car and paid a sur geon 8300 for operating on the canine Would she have done this much for her husband Is a question that will probably never be answered WE sympathize with the mother sis ter and brother of Casey Owsley who died at Lancaster Friday evening He was a young man of great promise and had not the dread disease carried him off we believe he would have fol lowed in the footsteps of his Illustrious forefathers THIEVES entered Mrs Blanche Bur llngatnes residence In Chicago while she was at an entertainment sang sev eral songs Including Then Youll Re member Me and stole 84000 worth ot silverware diamonds etc Those Chi cago people are up to date in all lines A CHICAGO woman who has given birth to 14 children In six years wants a divorce on the grounds that marriage is a failure For goodness sake bow many children did she want In the short space of time of a half dozen Iowa woman adopted a modern method of keeping her baby comfortable She put It In the oven of the kitchen stove to keep It warm It got so ex ceedingly warm It was necessary to is bury it the following day POVERTY did not drive Benry Bouck of Estervllle la to suicide He bad 812000 In his pockets and 8100000 in bank POLITICAL GovTafta health will not permltbls remaining In Manila- CongressmanE H S Irwin has secured rural free mall delivery for the whole of Jefferson county Wall street Interests oppose the re tentlon of Representative Babcock on the ways and means committee be cause be favors tariff reduction The charges against George W Lie berth appointed collector of Internal revenue at Covlngton specify drinking saloon visiting and card playing John Feland republican filed notice of contest against the Rev D S Ed wards democrat for the State Senator ship In the ChristianHopkins district- A resolution asking Congress to give the Filipinos Independence and to In vite them to form a Republic waeadopt ed at a meeting of anti lmperlalists In Boston Representative Kehoe who succeeds Pugh Is the of the Kentucky democratic representatives for ex Rep resentative Berrys place on the Rivers and Harbors committee I Iiii t LIiJ Senator Morpan predicts the pAsajle- of the Canal bill Gen Grosveuur Is active In the tight for a Ship Subsidy fill The decrease In the piibllu debt for November was 11206512 William Oalfnlll of Maysvllle O who Is just 39 has married his fifth wifeThe republican In Congress are like ly to split wth the president on tbo question of patronaca Representative forcing will Intro duce a bill providing for tin appropri atlon of 8160000 fur u Federal building at London Representative Henry of Texas has introduced a bill to make mandatory the duty of a Governor to honor requi sition for fugitives- A proclamation was Issued by the Chinese six companies at San Francis co requiring every Chinese in the Unl ted States to contribute a dollar to a fund to be used in lighting tbo reenact ment of the Geary exclusion law The democratic members of Congress In caucus at Washington put up James- D Richardson of Tennessee for an other term as minority leader The New Yorkers and Westerners bad a lively scrap over the money question Congressmen Wheeler and SmithIi and Judge Cantrlll are united In belief that exCongressman McCreary should be defeated In his race for the Senate but are hopelessly divided as to tbo ways and means by which his defeat may be brought about Louisville Post THIS AND THAT Five rural mall routes have been es tablished In Scott county The State department has informa Lion to the effect that Miss Stone Is still alive China has dispensed with the bow and arrow in favor of the gun as an army weapon The South Carolina and West Indian Exposition was formally opened at Charleston yesterday Meldon Kenyon Scott of Paducab who was a member of the Lopez expe- dItion to Cuba Is dead Since the recent session of the Federal court at London many counterfeit quarters and half dollars have been In circulation Now let us give thanks once more The football season is ended without the usual number of fatalities Owens boro Messenger Christopher Jacksonreleased on ball on the charge of housebreaking and forgery at London was arrested today on another charge of forgery and again placed In jail An appraisement has been ordered of the estate of Collie P Huntington s said to be worth 867000000 Over 3000 new bills were Introduped la Congress yesterday including three Pacific cable bills and several protest ing against the continuance of the war in South Africa The St Bernard Mining Company has been Incorporated in order to gain protection of the Federal courts In the troubles with strikers The strike situation Is unchanged The State Board of Health of Kentucky has sent out a circular letter to the health authorities asking thorn to provide pesthouses and take all pre cautionary steps to prevent the spread of smallpox this winter IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W R Debonoy is dead at Adair Three cases of smallpox developed at London The wife of Rev J N Culton of Richmond is dead T H Smiley of Lexington was hero yesterday looking after good horses George D Whites elegant home near Whites Station Madison county burnedFive hundred dollars per share is what the stockholders In the McCon nagby 011 Company bold their stock at The royalties paid the Daltons who own the land In Wayne on which the three Strubbe producing oil wells are located amount to 860 per day Former Gov W O Bradley has received a piece of parchment which con fers on him the degree of L L D is sued by Kentucky University of Lex- Ington The Livingston correspondent who knows much a on the border of Laurdl and Rockcastle counties would be mighty good man to get Into court Prof Morris Long of the Deaf and Dumb Institute Danville received the WasblnjltonIdent Roosevelt and now has the two on exhibition side by side At the examining trial of Marlon Cbltwood and Richard Jones for the murder of Rufus Angel In Whitley Jones was held over but Chitwood was tillerdrlnklnllfrom the outside When I played Macbeth II remarked Mr Stormlngton Burnes the audience arose to Us feet like one jealousIvalgot up and went home No was the answer be bad come in to collect a bill Washington Star THE colored hunting club had a big supper at George W Gentrys the oth er night A royal meal was sot and everybody enjoyed it Frank Atkins tells us DR J W PARKHILL will have a sale at Ottenhelm on Friday Dec 13 See bills 1u LAND STOCK CROPS ETCI Rtuhmoud bud au ivourtyeslorday- Lnrci Dnrhv ibt ktrni trotter soldI for tlu 6liO in N Ytrx Dr Clifton o lerN acres of cornI avelll ltd alum tu hwrrols- Mitrk lUrdln told to J B Foster JOO sbouKo nl fodder ai22io M R Jacoby ot Bourbon bought 1000 barrnin of ecru ni3 delivered- J W Redford of Boyle sold 78 l4SOpouml caiile to I W Bales of Richmond ut61u- A R Mtubtny naught mule for 850 WjIop 55 acres of land near the Judge Wright placa at Its 48J IWilliam Bront bought of G W Sit gleton a house and 10 acres of lIntll near Cedar Creek for 8400 Rome Rcspas of Cincinnati bought of W11 Applegate of Fayelve threeII thoroughbred colts for 82000 E H Beazlev Co sold to C S Duncan tit Lexington a pair of cabs for 8300 and a harness mare for 8160 James H Stephens bought of John Prltohett 24 acres ol land near Walnut Flat a part of the old Spratt place for 8500 A H Rowe of Russell county loaded at McKlnney Saturday a carload ot butcher cattle bo bought In his county mt2c James H Stephens told to Sweeney Morgan 10 240pound hoes at 6Jc H D Newland sold to Lawson l Fox 23 SOpounders at 5o W H Higgins traded his farm of 230 acres near Sugar Grove to Geo D Boone for his near Walnut Flat con taining 82 acres and 81000 In cash H D Bassett of Loss Creek W Va sold the premium steer weight 2100 pounds at 82 per pound which brought lira the round sum of 843SO A carload of fine ones brought 8333 a head HARRODSUURQ COURT A big crowd attended Harrodsburg court yesterday but business was slow In all lines There wore 100 cattle on the market and they sold at 2t to 4o The horse and mule markets were dull Crab Orchard Little Joe Edmlston son of Robert Edmlston entertained his little friends this afternoon from 1 to oIn honor of tie fourth birthday The telephone interest must certain ly be increasing as the lumber yard near the depot is burdened with a large number of telephone tales both lurge and small It is money to the timber men but annihilation to the chestnut trees Mrs A H Bastln of Lancaster and Miss Sallle B ltay of Garrard spent several day with friends here After a brief visit spending Thanksgiving with Mrs Jane Buchanan Mr and tire A Addams accompanied by Miss Jean Buchanan returned totbelrborae in Lebanon Mrs Scott Farris returned home Saturday from an extended visit to friends In Garrard Fred Nowlanc made a visit to his mother and sister last week Fred Is making a fine record at business college in Louisville Mrs Hugh Hagan made a visit taking In Thanksgiving with friends at Liv ingston Joe Brooks mingled with ac quaintances here Saturday and Sunday He seemed to mist bs mother and tie ter who are sojourning for the Winter in the genial clime of California Misses Artbusa Cloyd and Ada Mc Whorter two of our worthy young ladies closed their schools last Friday and are now easing oars and gently floating down the stream of time en Dying a well earned rest Dr and Mrs Sam Scott of Somerset are visit friends here Mr and Mrs P M Loner went to Parksvllle Saturday to spend a few days with the aged father of Mr Condor After a pleasant stay of two weeks at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Ed Mitchell returned Saturday to her home in Woodford county Mr and Mrs Lou Pettus will leave this week for Berea where they will make their future home Aunt Clara Sin gleton who has been so critically for a long time li reported much Im proved JUMPED ON A TEN PENNY NAIL The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one hallway through Chamberlains Pain Balm was promptly applied and live minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no dlscom fort Mr Powell is a well known mer chant of Forkland Va Pain Balnvis an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in one third the time required by the usual treatment For sale by Cralfe Rocker druggists 1 T X9000 WORTH OF Good heavy seasonable merchandise to be sold at and below cost I f Waists Ladies Flannelette Shirt Wnists solid d polka dot worth at I3c Furs 2 Minks 08c 8350 Fur Collarettes 148 5 Fur Collarettes ro duced to 32- 8Comforts Good heavy comforts worth go nt Me All better ones cut in half Underwear Kino Egyptian anti Iceler cotton fleeced feats anti Pantsusual price oOc now 25c Jackets and Capes Wo must close out this department with in 10 days Ladies 1 Capes cut to 40c n Letter one at GOo All Indies misso anti childrens capes and ackets cut to one half their real value will If 1 ill I sold our farm we will toll on Doo 19 1901 to the hLhrst at Clar Oroy naovlfe on the ItaolII and mil turuplka our lot or wood t2 IlIlIn unglo ftDllnp to by such Ir u Cbltt KID Almont Ferguson Charlie ecllln lied Cater Alllewood etc Among tbtM jouonun arteom good ell good lndl IJumJ u hay alwij that a point la Orore Will Mil alto wrylblo perulnliu to training stablearse barn etc 6 milk cowi 3 ralTn 200 ol corn S of splendid bay tanning Taritty iuct aa Undrrr mower drill her raltH corn punter fact yerJtblllC perialolllll to farm 100 cedar of etc and Itllebln SI g otlocks we hart to oommeots early io tat tbrougb made known on day of tale Dinner on the round II CATJ MUCK T V English Auctioneer Will alto ofler time cad the IMi 3 double crlle and eetrhlng pertalolog thereto all IB good onier Lapicil bnihrli- II C MUCK Admr f 110 ewur to The Fannert Dank t Trod and tame contlnn tot a Years Hoping such business relations will prove mums ly tad J IY Sr JN Monerea A W w S U Shank J r Cash J B OwaltT H Shanks I D 01 ablerW M Ilribt Aut Cub DR R Eye of Lonlsrlllo will be at St 18 One only Eyes examined and adjusted Office hours s a m to 4 p m All styles light nml heavy lace or congress worth 150 now flSc 25 bolts cloth 8 l3c quality at 5c fleece lined shirts ami drawers ex tra heavy at 16c 60e Tics now only 250 25c at We 25o Sox now only 12c COc Overalls go 1 Shirts go at lOc 1 Gloves go at IDc liens 0 Suits go at 175 fens 7 UI filers at 395 lIens 0 Overcoats at 309 Mens 150 Pants at The Mens Mackin a toshes with 2 quality 128 hens 2 Pants at 125 ifons heavy winter 50c at 25c It will pay you to come and examine our clothing stock All wool dress goods t solid colors and plaids worth 50c yard in thii sale only Yard wido Percale 5c 5c All Calicoes go at 4c boo 25c 50c go nt 25e 2Sin steel roll Gloria Silk were 75c now 104 and gray large size worth at 410 pair 150 at 89c Get our prices tt com pare with those of any other in townand you will see wo save you at least f0 per cent Ladies Shoes from GOB up Miggcs Shoes from 49c up Hoys Shoe froth H5c up have into weeks antic 10 ong Tam Store of h be a thing of the past you taken advantage of this Great Out Sale do so now these prices move the goods LOUISVILLE STORESali- nger Bros Prors and Retail Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Having Thursdays tleaseni luMrmo cotlr Trotting Bred Horses 194llOJilioitt emrsa11Iii rouogt0rldlle- and Mereogrr Mimic Mare uad bunltlnd wehavewotouteome tulMr barrels tuple nr1larfrI oopllo uwdolankandeatnl malot lumber Jlouaebold luroltureerrrytbio tooonementsat Terms conuinlogIscraofland larg- ewarehouaraise house- machinery Lincoln CountyNational Bank eallIalllluck Coapui under management emly Solicits Your Bank Account bennfldal plea- tDIRCIORSI rlstoai itCummineJ OFPICEO8 Prealdent GOLDSTEIN Specialist Asnpli HotelStanford Wednesday December day glasses iclentlflcally Mens Shoes Outing Cloth outing UnderwearM- ens Suspenders nt35c Clothing Cape Corduroy Capsworth Worsted 25- cSundries ItCotton Fascinators Corsets UmbrellasIUmbrellas 81- cBlankets Blankets white Blankets Boots Shoes- Rubbers Months dwindled Louisville Stanford havent Closing THE Wholesale See ThePoiit 1 If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to ha- veSPECTACLES c e To see tho point it is neces sary to have correctly fitted Spectacles To get Correctly Fitted Spectacles it is necessary to call on Craig HockerWho are always at the same old stand ready to QualityStylees they sell Prices Range From 50cts To 10 A Grand Opening of HOLIDAY GOODS To take place Saturday Dec 7th 1901 at GEO H FARRIS COS REFRESHMENTS SERVED GOOD MUSIC ALL DAY trytoshowing you thq largest lino in Stanford GEORGE FARRIS a COeY Sabra s Medicated Food j For Horses Cattle and Sheep H M i I I rHH III i it tHHH InligestiouColds thoblisfine I ++t+ + + + Z4 H+ JOHN BRIGHT JR CO TTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY It c 31001 In filllnJr your the prlcrlpUonl xo ueo tlotsaad with n thooxset prop r nut do propcrcara could bettor II yon paidprtcc Uedouble t- boIn ya Drujf Storewan reasonable Pen PERSONALS pSundaywlhlrlendaMils W 0 BliiKi Is back from a visit to friends at Ludlovr lJurlopentSunday Mite 8 W OIVKNS li moving to her pretty borne on Danville A venue Mil O J NEWLAND went to Louis vlllo Sunday In search of a position MISSES ELLA MAY AND MARY SAUNDKUS went to Louisville Satur I day WILL GARNER who lives In Too neseee visited his mother In the Fast End MRS J ATCCKEK of Livingston t is visiting her parents near Walnut Flat PROP AND MRS J W DAVIB of Mlddleburg were bore chopping Sat urdayMiss BEUTINA MULLINS of Liv ingston was tho quest of Mrs Dr E J Drown MRS THOMAS E DALDWIN of Mad lion is with her daughter Mrs W II PBRMELIA BROWN Is vUltlng her daughter Mrs J W Uayden In Winchester TilKPancy Work Club It rcquoste to meet with Mr Joo S Rice Thurs day at 2 v M MRS J 11 STBIMIKNSON of Leba non Junction Is visiting her parents near Maywood MRS W E GAiutHTT of Cavo City arrived today to visit her daughter Mrs JS UIco loin WAVKRLY HAMILTON has cone to Earllnpton to tako charge nt night of tbo L N yards liKNUY NUNNELLEY and Cyrus Cal tnese of Winchester were guests of Mr P P Nunnclloy Miss DBRTHA DEI LINE of Dayton 0 spent several days with Misses Freda and Paulino Meter SATURDAYS Courier Journal con tamed a fairly good picture of Mayor elect Albert II Florence FOSTER 0 MCALISTER who Is a student at Stato College spent severs days with bis parents hero Miss FLORENCE BASTIN wont to Pltuburg Sunday to see her Bister Mrs Wm Dunevent who Is III MR JACOII GiNSituiia went to Louis yule Sunday to buy Xmas Rood lie will go from there to Cincinnati MRS W B POWELL fell down flight of stabs at her homo and eu tamed a severely sprained ankle I A B Howe a valued Russell county subscriber was here Saturda Ho was on his way to Cincinnati with a lot of cattlej GAIUIELL WOODS writes his mother Mrs Adella Woods from Prosldlo Cal that his regiment will sail for the Philippines on Dee 10 t TUB many friends hero of Dick Gen try of Lexington will bo glad to learn that bo Is doing nicely since ho was op erated on for appendicitis Miss SARA WOOD LYNN who Is making her home for the present at Somerset Is with Miss Jennie Lynn at Paris College for a few days MIL KD II EDWARDS of the New York Times is with Mrs Robert Blalns family in the West lndMrl M W Morolacd will return homo with him W W CARTER orders his paper sent to Jackson which place is his bead quarters He Is a conductor on tho local running between Lexington nni tbatplaco MRS A a ROHERTSON has been chosen from The elocution teachers In Kentucky to read a paper at the med t fog 6f tho Southern Association of Elo cutionist which meets In Atlanta GaI Dec 26 Danville Courier MR MILTON DEAN of Plnevlllo I who recently purchased a tine farm In Garrard county was hero yesterday and subscribed for the a beet He Is a brother Inlaw of Rep reienlatlvoelect M F North MISS SUSAN FISHER WOODS went to Mlllorsburg Saturday to attend tbo burial of Mr E B Howard who two years ago married Miss Lucy Leo A loa well known hero Mr Bowan- was 23 years old and died of consump Ion Miss OLOA BUTTEL teaching In Stanford Female College was here vis iting during the Thanksgiving boll days Miss Buttel and her mother ex peat to sail next Spring for Europe this being their eighth voyage Lex Ington Leader IT was learned yesterday that politi cal Influences have been brought to bear upon J I McKlnnoy of Mont gomcry to Induce him to become- applicant an for collector of loteroa1 re enuo Alabama and that his f rlen have urged him to allow them to pr i uot his name to President Roosevelt for the placoMontgomery Advertiser MRS J M MARTIN Is III adaughterw laithnON JOHN 11 MILLER of Stanford waq hero Saturday Richmond Regis tor Miss FLORENCE MYERS has return ed from a visit to Mrs W J Yager In Loulsvlllo Miss ORA WARREN has returned homo from a protracted visit to her sister at Lebanon Junction MESSRS JOHN TURNIULL and Ellhu oll of the East End have caught Oklahoma ththereTHE handsome and successful Grand Commander of tbo Maccabees MnJ MIF Elkln Is visiting the lodge In this cltyEld Joe Ballon of Stanford was In Somerset on court business last week and did some mingling among oldI friends In the county much to their pleasure Mr had Mrs Mantle of UUonvlllo arc visiting relatives bereISomerset Journal LOCALS IILOT band made harness J C MeI THE best on IMe a Hannn Shoe J P Jones GUESS for the bill list H Ferro Gos S READ Severance Sons ad See what they are doing CALiORAvI Typewriter for sale Miss Ella May Newland W A RUSSKLL of the West End has been granted a pension of 10 per month oponlndFarrUCos TJ DeLL sheriff Casey refused lion for a hare of stock In tbo heave Creek Oil ft Gas Co t WE will buy a tow hundred bushels promptlyB J You cao save m by to tbo Racket Store before buying your wlptcr good Tbo Rocket Store WILL take farm products In ex change for coal feed QIC or sell y Ju cheap for cash J H Baughman Co SBVBN pai In tlpart of the State copied our report of stock trues at Lancaster court but not one of them gave us credit DIG COUPLE Mr and Mrs A S Ball of the Hubble section bear t6 coupleInpounds while isle wire goes him 25 pounds better tipping the beam at 300 takenato peacear guardde raptBob Gcyo Vista Compton ono year for breaking Into ton Moroland doped DRILLING Mr James Frye the moving spirit In the Slivers 011 Gas Co tells us that drilling is being don n oo his company lease and that a depth of 200 feet or moro bas boo n reached A meeting of the stockhold ore will bo held at Hustoovllle on Sat urday the lath when an organization will be effected and when certificates will be Issued TilE Clarke oothe na Southern are tbo most careless set of mall handlers under the sun and at least halt of them should be prod and the other half discharged Our Friday papers although well wrappe and plainly marked did not roach Hug tonvlllo Mllledgevllle Moreland LIb snip and other points until Monday when there Is no earthly reason except puro cussedness that they did not arrive Saturday An Investigation of too matter Is now being made ACCIDENTALLY KILLED iiy His FATHER Millard Dlsbon egad l2Iwas shot and killed while hunting Frl Jay near Kngsvlllo Robert Dlsbon and his sons Harry and Millard had HarryI1redtot It and caught a load of soot from tbeleldeor grief andI fears are entertained that he can not wasda Is felt at his untimely taking off TUB following cqmthoLexington Leader will bo a source of good news to her parents Mr and Mrs A O Car man and many friends who live In Incoin A remarkable case of recoverv of eyesight bas como to light In thiscity Something over two years ago Eastlftbstricken blind and was unable to fit d Herfamily sovbo tober RUIIUKR shoes of all kinds at Sever ance Sons A LOT of now carpets and rugs at Bcazley 6uBaye READ George Farrte Coa op onlng ad of holiday goods NEW Long Cloths Percales and Cal icoes Justin J P Jones lIENS WANTEDIwant to buy hens at once Mark IIardltbBRINO me your cggaand got 25c per dozen F M Ware McKlnnoy THE ofWinter was about e warmest wovo had elate Summer SEE our cook stove with fiveyear guarantee back before buying John Bright Jr Co OUR entire line of heating stoves at cost to mako room for holiday goods Geo H Farris Co FAiIMERBPleaee return our wheat sacks or call and pay for them J H Baughman ft Co millers WE will close down Thursday on ac count of Thanksgiving and will not fill orders that day J II Baugbman Co TEACHERS should bear In mind the Teachers Association to bo held at Wa tone Opera House Saturday Dec Hday and night TaiSALE bu ll Sr sad El Ihu Wells will sell at public auction a the East End on Saturday Dec 14 lot of horses cattle hogs sheep corn std farming Implements p OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST Messrs- K H Beazley and J DL Alverson will agand seats for it are already being- spoken for They will give no in goI to tbo wiener and 15 In gold to the rcoDd best Old fiddlers will wrltr or call on tbo aboVo gentlemen at once In order to get on tbo program r PARTNER WANTBD Morris owner of the Farmers Roller Dfll- lxaate a partner with money and offers to such good Inducements His mill grinds about 76 bushels of wheat and 150 bushels of corn per day nod makes too beet of flour and meal Bole run alas It it the small expense of 82 50 per day and wants a partner who can furnish means to buy wheat and corn In largo quantities Write or call on him LIRERTY Court opened at Liberty yesterday with a small civil but a fair ly large criminal docket the latter tooWilliam Vandoveer for killing Miss Brown J C Ewing for killing Durketfrand James Pcmberton for kill Ing John Silcox It Is not likely that more than ore of these cases will bo tried this court owing to the inability to got witnesses Judge Jones dellve- il a lots and rather forcible chorea too grand jury of which G R Wllkln son is foremen and that body Is now trying to ferret out the badness done In Dlondowas taken up with whisky easel cut tnt up on the public highway etc One poor fellow caught a 150 tine and a 10day jail sentence for cursing on the pike something that is positively pro hlblted In tbo Stato of Casey Only a few visiting lawyers are in attendant and neither they nor too local attor ncys will get rich this term T crowd was hardly up to the average on account of rain Mr W P Tato of this place was on hand but Mr K L Tanner of McKinney was not and the tldap did not have altogether too ap pcarance of big court Something must hero been wrong with Mr Tanner Liberty Is atlll growing no boom but a good substantial growth brldsk c town soon to bavo a now postmaster In t person of Mrs Mattlo McRoberte Mr J D Owens who will vacate tbe olllce has made a No 1 official He has already secured a deputy collector ship W D Stagg the clover mine host of tbo Exchange Hotel has leased his livery stable to T J Doll and Jail Glboney two of Libertys elevens young men and they are doing nicely with it C C Carson an old Stanford boy has charge of Dink Phillips harness establishment and Is making him a good moo Casey democrats are proud of cutting down the republics majority but aro grieved that they did not get Mnjor W Jones for judge In conversation with Mr Jones he told that ho bad much rather have seen Farris pleated than to have golf there himself and that be Is entire satisfied with matters as they stand The corn yield In Casey Is bettor th was expected and there are those w think It will go down to 1y per barrel F P Combest the cleverest republics in the State bought soother farm t other day It contained 100 sores Green River land and bo paid L M CombenllOOO cash for It John Bon ta who bas been associated with Jas C Coulter In the stave business Is at tho point of death at his home In Boyle with typhoid lever and pneumonia Patrons of the Yosemite poitoflico will be glad to learn that Miss Helen Sbarpe the efllolont postmaster bas been reappointed C P BLANKS will have a sale note Hubble Saturday Dee 14 See blur TILE C W B M will meet In tbo lecture room of tho Christian church tomorrow afternoon at 230 WE claim lo bavo r beet cashmere and fleece lined cotton hose ever offered at tbo price Seo them and youll soy so J P Jones TWO houses and IotanStanford toe sold at 1 oclock county court day In December Sale In front of court house Ono lot has two dwellings and necessary outbuildings Situatednear Morris Freds mill Tho other lot is Ion Whitley Avenue Half to bo paid balance In six months W A Tribble Attorney 4t CHURCH MATTERS Elder J G Livingston will preach at Halls Gap church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rev R II Crossfielda meeting at Central Christian church Lexington closed with 76 additions Rev Carter Helm Jones of Louis ville will begin a protracted meeting at Harrodsburg in a tow weeks A committee of 23 ministers appoint ed by the association will welt on Mayor Grainger of Louisville and ask for tho suppression of gambling Eldor V W urday ofromclosed a successful meeting of four weeks 61 additions being added to the church Georgetown Times openaSunday night at 730 Those interested in missions will find this meeting especially Interesting and everybody is Invited Small Farm For Sale BandexteptlonHulllclont tock water and some good fenc timber though no dwelling only a coin crib It U a very place Wilt sell at tab per aero Call at tills oRlco SteerrWith horns weight about 1000 pounds ha been at my place about tour weeks Owae- can get him by paving for this notice a his keep W KEETON Hubble Kv Small Farm For Sale Farm of22 aero two miles from Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike for sale Good dwelling and outhouses Stephen Zimmer man Crab Orchard iy- Estray Steer black and white spotted steer came to 1my farm Nor 0 weigh about Ibs Owner can get hIm by for this notice and bli keep O r Budinth Gilberts Creek leVJEDUCATIONAL I will open a Normal School at Science Hill Kv for advanced students and teach petpa r beside the Common School Branches High er Arithmetic Algebra Rhetoric Literature Icllolog thus enabling thorn prepare for a State Certificate You 8 partlculanAddress tY1V KEID Science Hill Ky POSTED The following persona have their lands potted and thy will Punish to the full ex tourad puMlneon them BooneBnlllgginsoHopperSJ S Mocker A Broaddiu BaughmanpW P Tato Joseph Ballon J M Adams J O Horton MlesMaryPepplesWalter W E Amon J D Fo- sterilllllllltltllllllllllll A RUDDER DOCTOR HotVatsomething which may be needed any hour of the day or night A soft yielding rubber hag that applies heat as nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for hours HEAT HELPS usmost any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and hotlyits best No scorching and a Thosehoboof finest Para rubber with reInforced seams All sites and ofhoevery size at a bargain FENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky +++ oJt M U 11 + + + 3 a J G VEATIIluOlmv M MYBKS Weatherford Myers Successors to I P Steele litJSTONVILLB KY t Dealers InjDrugsDry000dsNotiorisHardware Hats Shoes c DSsfln order to make room for new goods we offer our entire stock at COST FOR CASH I Drop in and see us and make ur store your headquarters when you come to Hustonville Cash Talksj1 l Our Currelicy is Sound and Honest Why shouldnt it Talk V You woiit find a better audience for your MONEYThou we can give you for we appreciate your wantSj yal- ue your patronage nUll will give you the whole worth of your money We have J the Goods and Prices Withers furniture Conpijy II TOE TRUTH OF TilE MATTERF YOu remember the trouble Mr Columbus had in getting butrelie persevered and finally the whole world knew that Colum bus was right because ho proved it to them We want to prove to you the truth of our story about Dry Goods Cloaks Notions Shoes etc and are willing to spend some time und trouble to do it Quality and price never entered into such close competition as in every article that leaves our house We buy the latest styles and best qualities made We sell them just as low as reliable goods can be soldand keep on speaking terms with our bank account You make no perilous voyage to some uncertain port when you come to us to buy Weve got the goods good goods lots of themthe kind you like to buy the kind we like to sell If you havent bought your winter supply it will pay you well to buy of us J9lDKBlEsj A CHANGE I 1 IN THE FIRM f Necessitates a change in our business methods for a while Jos Severance who has an interest our firm wants his money and we must raise Iin amount Beginning Dec 1st we Will Offer Our Entire Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices for Cash Iwbicb will make tbal of interest to every buyer of Dry Notions Shoes Underwear Etc This stock will be theyi1plUh our purpose wo will be compelled to collect all outstanding notes and accounts and ask the cooperation of our friends and I CIItSrance Sons EBEI gEfEile I rtI tTFU1ORJOiAI 01 ttonddant nail tabltahctTudaye and F ave 1 1 PER YEAR CASH Mr WSennot iop ldiBEOO will becharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION lTratnroloeNortb n MaIO 2Uall26II l3II ii South 129 am n i lAa2 Im For tlllFolnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION HoZJ AmtTCi t8Unord t 108 No21 Leaves 8unfoM at 210 AM No II Anlrw at Rowland a t 1208 DAT t No2J JMf S Union 2M PM R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Mwar IOmce over IIIg in9 A McKlnnoys Ston Telephone No u McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop UoXinnev X iMakeand keepconstantly on hand- beat tbe of Meal Ryan Chick en Feed SG Prices very reasonable Gas tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy MUlerNEW LIVERY STABLE s W BORSE k SON Prora JUNCTION CITY KY S FirstGlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates- Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Bones and Mulea constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FHRMFOR SALE I Containing 183 acre two miles south at McKlnn yn Mlddleburg ITS acres under fence 165 acres cleared lias two- dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both well watered Can be sold to two tracts of about amount oral a whole For further Information call on or address J 8 MODLEY McKinney Ky BlueGrass Nurseries- WALL 1901 Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and everything for Orchard Lawn and at right to the planter and have no Agents General Ul4LENHLtER- Roth to IL F Telephones Lexington Ky GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Grab Orchard In Geo Holmes Rtoro near the railroad on Otten helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people the worth of your money wi always find bargains at my store I am Milling secondhand to new also new Clothing and Menu Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes Rata Cap etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain Store Gall and see me when you come to town- CINCINNATI IIARGAIN STORE M REISER Pnon COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit it portion of your patron age 1 handle the test grades of Jellk coal T L SUELTON Rowland Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD 8T- Caplta1Stock 150000 Surplni 110000 XhlilniUtutloo originally etUbltihed M the Di podtBinkof Stanford In 1853 then reorganized si lh N tlonal flank of SUnlord In 1863 and agal gorganlwd as the Flnt National Bank of Stanford BlM2ku bad practically an uninterrupted utat awfoHt year It It belter supplied now wit fclllUes for trtnaactlnfbatlneu promptly and mallythansverbetorsln Ita long and honoiab t reel Aecounis of ladld 1wlIdnc1ar1eoo ad IndlTtfualnollclUdDIBICTOaS t14LlaoslnCo4 JW Usyd SUnfo- iBanii BH Bsugbntaa SHockr II TP Hill YP Walton II W A Trlbblto J H CollUrCr b OrehM Ju Eoblnton Uubbl MDEIoiorfilinforJorncias SlHo k rtPr lient MeBoUrU CaihJe w Painting Repairing t am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In erst claes style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can hMO your old vehicle made new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky A s PRICE Surge oa Dentis- tStanford Ky Offlcovrr UeBoberu Drug Store In the Owtley llnllding Farm For Sale A farm of 70 acres X mile from Neats Creek Church Lincoln County for sate Some timbered and some cleared lahd good house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky JHBOONECO Proprietor Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STRHFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Ioono No 98 Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds Bplemjld table Everything first class Porter meet all trains 89 EaR DILLEHA Y DANVILtJXY Manufacturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement o Sco Write For Prices Vitae OreDo yon know what It lat If not it will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this paper or addressing TnEo Next Geolo gist Chicago III or N H Boots Agt Markebnry Ky Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PROPRIETOR Try me on grinding U I do not lattsfy you I will not ask to again Mr James lnburn bead miller for J II Danqbman t Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour Meal Sfcipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a bare of your patronage to give you thn best Dont forget me but bear mind al I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror rcMcC1MYtTTDERTAEER EMBALMER And Doalear In HARNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS4- NDERTAZERB PI ISM IX FurnltureMattiujsRugsAnd they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right iTANFORD KENTUCKY t JUDDLEBURG Rey J B Pcrrell preached at the Baptist church Thanksgiving day Two years ago yesterday Deo wo were at Gibraltar Spain which the on narrow strait of tho tamo namo Oo tho ono side was Spain In Europe and on the other Morrocco In Africa Mrs Rico Wilson whohasbcon qulto 111 Is better at this writing Coleman Lucas who had his right leg crushed few days ago Is resting easy Mrs Lincoln Wells has been poorly the past week While hunting Thursday Leslie Frederick a lad of about 15 years tell accidentally discharging his gun and blowing his left foot off Tbo boy is to a precarious condition and blood pois oning IB feared About 50 of Bro Ferrells members gave him a most hearty and welcome Thanksgiving surprise Wednesday night by filling his coop with chickens and turkeys and converting his hall Into a veritable grocery store Mr William Fair ono of tho oldest and beet known men of this entire sec tion of the State died at Ida homo near Liberty at an early hour Friday morn lag While he bad been sick for sorao time his death was quite unexpected at the time Mr Fair bad kept the toll gato near Liberty ford for many year and was In his 83rd year Interment Saturday in the family burying ground Joe Williams showed us an heirloom In the nature of a buggy robe which has been In constant use elnce 1775 which date IB dyed in indelible blue This trophy which was originally a blanket Ie all wool extra heavy and In BOne state of preservation Mr Ws only history Is that It belonged to his grandmothers grandmother and was brought from tho Old Dominion Ken tucky at that tlmo being a county ol Virginia Mr W would not part wits this memento of bygone days for a handsome sum Tbo Epworth League entertainment at tbo M E church Thursday night was a success In every way A most appropriate program consisting of rec- Itations orations songs dialogue ad dresses etc wore rehearsed each one doing his part most admirably After the services at the church the League gave an Ice cream supper at the college which was well patronized A social was aleo given at the college while the elite made merry until the late hours Several of our citizens are Attending circuit court at Liberty this week Ja son Taylor and Duke Godbey two O U boys came homo for Thanksgiving Miss Minnie Shannon of Junction City Is visiting relatives hero A del egatlon of local Masons attended lodge at Liberty Wednesday night The Misses Sandldge Beck and Coffey of McKinney visited Mr Mollie Durham Thanksgiving Joe Williams and wife of Mi Salem spent Thanksgiv log with Dr and Mrs J T Wesley Archie RlfTe of McKlnnoy lately re turned from the Philippines attended tho Epworth League entertainment Robert Hall has returned from the Philippine He has been visiting friends and relatives In Pulaski the EvenlnlllPoaLington correspondent relative to the return of the 2id U S Infantry at Now York on the U S A Transport Buford and It was further tutted that this was the first regiment to circle tho globe which is untrue Tho 41st In antry IT S V which mobilized at Camp Meado Pa in September and October 1899 and of which organiza tion the writer was a mamber sailed from Now York on the 20lh day of No vember 1S99 going via Gibraltar Spain Malta Port Said and Suez City Egypt the Suez Canal Aden Turkey In Asia Ceylon and Singapore East India and embarking at Manila P 1 ran C 1000 Returning we lot MaI nila on tho IBthdayof May lalltcumlngI via Nagasaki Japan nod I arriving ins San Francisco Cal Juno 20 1001 Not only was the list Infantry U S V the first American regiment to curry Old Glory around the world but the first military organ ization of any nation to encircle tbo globe Tho 43rd and 47th Infantries U S V also medo the same circuit thereby making the 23d Infantry US A fourth instead of first In tho globe circling Give honor unto whom hon or Is dueand wo might horn add that It Is seldom dono that tbo volunteers get their dues C C n KINGS VILLE G A Walter has rented his store room another year Thus wo retain a prominent and useful citizen Howard Sweeney has rented Mr Mo Intoahs farm end moved thereto tLo latter having returned with his daugh ter to Now York Mrs Merldlth Francis while return lug from a neighbors house few eve singe since fell on barb wire fence severely Injuring her face Elder Sorry of Henderson wfl preach at tho Christian church the 3rd Sunday In tbla month Dr J L Allen d Danville will preach tho 2d Sunday Her friends aro glad to learn that Mrs B C Pennybacker has decided oat to rent her howl as she at Urn stated sho would when contemplating hanging her renldenco to Somerset Mies Lena Grlllln the bright young teacher Is preparing for an entertain mont tho last day of school which Is next Friday Rehearsals have been going on for some time and It promises to be very entertaining Every one will go and spend a pleasant evening Daniel Hester bought of Mr Row laud late of Gradt county a house and lot for 11400 Tbo house Is being occupied by Mrs Chevoletto and family Mr Rowland and faraly having moved to their farm near here Scbastlaa Chevoletto and wife have gone to housekeeping Miss Maggie Routine spent Thanks giving with friends at Waynesburg John Howe has returned from Somer set J E Crelgbton spent Thanksglv Ing week with his homefolks T F Johnson Is preparing to locate In In dian Territory Mr and Mrs Ardlco Francis have moved to High Bridge Little Miss Edna Baker who baa been a sufferer from malarial fever Is convalescing Misses EBlo B Carey and Louanna Singleton are visiting at Ludlow Mrs D P Dlnecn and little sons of Somerset spent Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs B C Penny backer Mesdames B C Pennybacker and D P Dfneen went to Lexington Friday Dr and Mrs B G Alton of Somerset are with her mother hero Muter Ettcll Goocb Is quite sick Rob art Smith has been Ill of grip Mr Cook Alfords baby has been very sick but Is improving A Roman bronze tothe mem ory of tbo late President McKinley from the Italian citizens ol the United Slates was sent to the White House Tlth a request to have It placed In tbo National capItol Tho chief de sign on the tablet represents the lata president walking toward a tomb pThrre is zany CUrrh In this fctlon of the reuulry thin IU otherdleus together and uolUlhe last few was supposed to Le la IDtI rrououeurIt l aod by constantly tailing to run mont prcoouneed It incurable Scltnnreit a conlllutlonat disease hu- eforerpulreeconatilunoneltreatment falls Catarrh Cure 0- Co Toledo elhio Is Ihe 0017I1ODllllllloOl1 eon on tbe market It U token dOH1 from 10 drop to a tatipoonful II acts Wldly on the blood and muroui lurftrr ol has iri lui They offer one hundred dolltn for rate t allt lo cure Bend lor clrcuUri lad tnHmonUlt AdJrtM F J CIIEEY A W Toledo 0 Sold by drugxll 7k niliI Family Pills Ire the last A BIG SACRIFICEI- N CLOTHING 500 Mens Suite and Overcoats must positively he Bold at once They must be turned into cash regardless of cost Mens Suite fall and win ter weights go at f200 to 11050 worth double Mans Overcoats from 1275 to 1100 worth double A big lot of Dry Goolle Shoes OUUrnn Clothing Blankets Comforts Capes and Jacket Ladies and Gents Furnishings Hats and Caps Rubbers Boots Trunks and Valises to bo Sold the same way regardless of cost Come and see for yourself The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB GINSBURC Proprietor For sale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring llagon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac IDon Take Pills They temporarily cure constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the Intestines execute their natural functions imL Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics II compels continual IInll Increasing doses to attain the results r eJwJactsform on Chills of ntcr the tho of trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLp MURRAY MCADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky ++fo t tll I 1111 +++ It is no trouble for you to select presents at our store a we carry tho argeit lino to bo found In Central Kentucky DIAMONDS The Urgou lino to be found outside of tKo largo lltce WATCHES A complete line of ladles f noy enamel plain gold engraved and eat with diamonds open face and hunting Boys watches of all kinds genii watches In tho beat fllleu and solid gold plain engraved and et with precious stones BROOCHES Brooches sol wlh diamonds and pearls and other precious rr stones RINGS LadiceaSt Rings from t to 1100 and up JEWELRY of all kinds Fine Ieathergoods UMBRELLAS Fine Ladles and Gents Umbrellas from t2 60 and 120 STATUARY In Italian marble bronze terra cotta etc Cut Class and Chinn Rich cut glass of diamond brilliancy Fine art China Art vases of every description Silverware Largo lion plated and sterling silverware An endless variety of novelties in tUvcr orutulo gold and bronze t Clocks Wo hive too many kinds of clocks to describe i Prices av low as tho lowest if iKZrCvcry 11 sale entitles the purchaser to a eueisal the number of hours and minutes the mammoth candle In our show window will burn contact will be dsci ted by tie Stilt of December We will clve the following presents to the one guessing nearest second nearest and soon First fO Diamond lUng Second 123 Lvile or Gents Gold Watch Third illS Cut hale Howl finest cutting Fourth tlO Seth lllomav Parlor Cluck Fifth 15 Solid Gold l1ununll Sixth 13t08ix Solid Mil vortipoons Qorhsm mlk Seventh f 160 Solid God Scarf Pin To the one guess Inp the exact number of days hours and minutes the candle will burn wo will give 10 additional HURRAY Me ADAMS MAIX ST DAxvihu KY He Greg per Development CofWm Hicks President L II Phellyplace VlccPresIdcnt S lijDirectorsOray O Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Homo olllcn 17 and 10 Princeton Ave Dluefleld W Va Branch office McKinney Kentucky i t J Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value This company controls 1100 acres of proven oil territory in the Green River 011 Basin in Lincoln County Kyon tine of tie O8 It H Three wells have been drilled on adjoining and OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES ftchasedThis machinery already on the ground and drilling has already begun 6500 i shares of the stock are now offered at 40c a share for the next 30 days only to be used only in the development of the property Application for stock can be made to the Secretary and Treasurer or to Dr AlcomlIulU or S A1Jid dleton Grb Orchard Ky Make all remittances payable to tho order of the com panv S P GRAY Mansjrcr McKinney Ky fi This Space Belongs top The Charles Wheeler Emporium HustonvilleiKeep your eyes on it e d JAS FRYEIs making Big Inducements and offering Spe cial Reductions for the Holidays in Clothing Shoes Bootees t Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fetal Gcods and of the Beet Quality al the Very Lowest Prices lIeavyII Boolsjnt manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Large line of fine Buggy RobesI from 2 to 25 Corn Wheat Onts Hay Rye c nt highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford GO TO WeB McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains