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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = v tV oM14 IJ PJi J rH 1 Co ti1ri J QU cl r IJiJ1i t t SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL lVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 10 1901 3 P M NO 81 MIDDLEBURG I A child of William Dellc died Friday 1 of pneumonia nod scarlet fover Inter meat ID Mlddleburg cometery Mr John Bonla who hoe been BBSO elated with J 0 Coulter In the stave business died at hit homo near Paul caner last week Mine Llzzlo sad Ruble Pojjlo wero In Danville Saturday thoppln Mr Richard Sharp has moved to Morelaod where he bat taken charge ot the Pop Iton Hotel f J A Hammonds tCo of Hubble and tbo peddlers throughout the county havo bought the larger par of Cu seyi turkey crop the price paid being but 5 cents I Roy Eugene Sallco of McKlnnoy clofid a protracted meeting at Now Sa- i lora lUpllit church last week result lag In CO odd addition of which 44 were h tontThursday night covering the ground s W the doptb of half an Inch Toll Wl tho Ort snow tbo writer bas seen on the ground since March 00 llav Llt Godbay had n very rick child but li better now The other are covaletolng The doctors roo fJlick several cases of tcarlot fever In county Out ono death bat rd fl suited from the malady to date I Moat of the school of the county have closed or wilt do to Friday The f public school hero will cloo Friday I Mr W 0 Bryant commenced hit school Monday In tho Sand Knob dlItrlct near Junction City A new school homo has lust been completed which r ackout toicommcoce aaln next school year While out with a lanlcrntffox bunt log a few night ago Mr John Lan bam Sr and William Lanham heard something coming through the buihcs like a fox When the lantern was pro tented full force to Reynard bo came t bounding up to the men they klck log him over The full rajrtof the Ian 4 Urn were again turned on him Jwhcn p he came rushing back going between the logs of William Laohatnlnnd die appearing Into the darkness This It only another Instance of the power of light though we are quite sure this to i quol hant a parallel la tho spurt at the fox ts considered as wild at bo It fleet of foot Willie the tevonycar old ton of Aav H Royalty suffered a painful accident while at school Wednesday morning t falling from tbo top of the college stairway lighting on hit face breaking hit lower jaw bone nod receiving other Injuries The boy who It oxcoedlngly bright It In precarious condition Ho It not allowed to speak and It It with tomojpaln nod Inconvenience that ho I taket nourishment and medicine U hat paper and pencil lying by side b which bo writes and makes known hit t wishes lie wrote tolling bow bo foil 1 saying that be had ono foot over banister and had a violent spell 1 r coughing losing hit balance Two years ago Tuesday wo wore a Port Said Egypt which It at th Northern entrance of the great Sue Canal From Dec 2 the date wo lehGibraltar to tbo lOthwo coasted K the Darbary States of North Africa on tho Mediterranean Sea Doc 0 brought ut to Malta which it a British port on V u small island of tho same namotofT tho t Southern coast of Sicily Ml Etna o the latter island and ooo ot the blg cat volcanic peaks in Europe w plainly vlelblo It was on this Island of Malta that the Apoalle Paul wat shipwrecked on his way to Rome th glvk0 name as 00 SPECIAL ROUND TRIP RATES C 5 O RAILWAY Commencing Jan 1 1002 round trlp tickets will bo told between all stations of the O k O Railway except between Charlotteavlllo Washington and between Lexing 1food and Loulsvlllu and intermediate station at a reduction from the local I rated Oo and after that date passenr gers paying faro on the trains will be charged lOo extra receiving a receipt from tbo conductor which lOc will be refunded on presentation of such re ceipt to any ticket office George W Barney D P A t Chicago will soon have the automat- Ic telephone service Boxes will be put in bouses tree of charge A call i will cost five cents but an Incoming teos GuaranSyear will and a residence 150 J II T McIntyre St Paul Minn who has boon troubled with a disordered atom nuacbs Liver Tablot do moworo good than an HhlnR I have ever taken For islet by Craig it Hooker dru gUts In the pretence of hundreds of Harvard students W S Merrill on a wiig 8erof 13 ate tbreelbeefttcaks two mu t ton chops two dishes of peat drlnktogI aquart of apolllnarls water and two cups of colleo at one meal t t 1 MATRIMONIAL Shelby Burgu lAnd MI18 Nora Della icBurrclMilt Rosa Burk ot Uryaffwvllle wereI married ut Danvillo Friday Mrs Henry Miller of Nashville waste a divorce because her husband- sha an aversion to preachers James Ioultor a widower aged 80 and Mlua VIola Munday 05 were mar- rlcd at Mayo Mercer county John Buriuu a German widower of 74 year and Mill Mary Caroline Den uy Jut 20 were married ut A o Den Dpe yesterday MUt Llllie Taylor daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim 1uyloraQd Mr Jou Pike ot Rockuaallo drove to Somerset and- rewe made sac MISS Onto Murrl daughter of the- elat James It darn will be married at Danville on the 2Kb to John F Pat ol Vevuy lad Tho wedding will oc DonegbyaMrLena Turner of Junction City will bo married Wednesday to Mitt SlliltO Our don a hood8mtl voting lady of Cadiz Mr Wells la located at Slaugbtcrtvlllo Miss Maudo Wllcutt standing to a lelegrapn oillco at Bowling Green was married to Dr J W Simmons In Texas by wlro Tbo regulation quoiiioot were asked and answered by telegraph The woman will go to meet her husband on Mr Jnek L Beazley senior member tbo firm of Beazley d Hays will be married at noon Wednesday 18tb to I Mitt Byrd Glveot the handsome and daughter of Mrs S W Rev J W Baglo wilt ea y tbo ceremony jut before he le himself mado a benedict Wo extend congrat ul ations In advance Porumoutb O papercGnlalntlhe following Carroll E Portman the popular barber and Miss Aooa Ro t w ere married Thursday night at the residence of Mrt O A Stepbent on Wen Seventh rarest Miss Rots U a harming young lady and cornea from an excellent family The ceremony sues performed by Rev Dargett They will reside at the Stephens residence for tho preacnt The following dispatch Is sent from Mlddlonboro Mill Carey Prior aged 60 of Hambrlght Tend eloped with Tllman WaUoo aged 22 Watson e father was notified of the escaped nd pursuing the couple on horseback bo reached the homo of a preacher where the marriage sues to take place nuptialto tbe proceeding Tbo couplo lay that it It an affair of tbo heart and they will marry In spite of parental ob jcctlooH The lady has money At the Veranda Hotel this A M D11 D1vr were pronounced husband and wife by Rev j W UaglnTnebrldolilhoprctlyand 5auoflX ers a young dYeMr Cornel hOD It to bo congratu J epleaa true we ave every teases to bollovo Thgroom Is a wall koowa buslneea Lexington He nit Mies Saunders when ho traveled this territory for Curry Tunis ft Norwood and It was a cae of love at first ilgbt Tbey bavo bees lovers tinco and wo trust th lastssma heir homo In Lexington tioo groom Saundors slatorA of the bride and Mist Ella May Sau dare n cousin stood with the hap couplo during the ceremony Tho pa drove at once to Danvillo whero t4 y will take dinner and later go to L Ington Tbo brldo was handsomely tUcd In a brown suit with httomatc CHAMBERLAINS 8TOMAOH AND LIVER TABLETa Try them eatingtWhen you have a bad taste in the mouth When your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have headache When you keel bilious They will improve your appall cleanse and invigorate your stomach ami regulate your liver and bowes For sale by Craig Hockcr druggists Bud Wilson who was hung at Little Rook Ark rolled his eyes around ter ho had beoo pronounced dead and the sheriff and deputies started to bang looyto the sexton TADLKRS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMPNT 8e been thoroughly tested for many years and Is a poitlve cure for this most dls IrcMlng and embarrassing of troubles Price 60 coats In bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Diug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Two inches of snow tell at Living n Sheriff Coulter of Boyle has receIv- ed bll quietus Tho Garrard county grand jury re turned 42 Indictments DIll Alice a 400 pound colored wo man Is dead In Garrard Rbody Hleronymoua ihot and badly wounded Will Davit at Harrodtburg Elijah Bledeoe colored who lives In Mercer county claims to be 130 years OldWm Murphy residence near Sniii crct burned Incendiarism Is sue peeled Nathan Drane of Perryvllle dropped dead at East Texas Washington county Tbo saloons of Jako Reotro and W A Bottoms at Uarrodaburg were robbed of about i25 each Tollgate raider destroyed a gate at bridge over Kentucky river between Mercer and Jessamine counties A depth of 1100 feet has been reach ed by the drillers at Junction City aud no Indication of oil has vet appeared Wm Spencer colored was given 200 dbys In jail In tbe circuit court at Lan caster for violating the local option law Rev Sanford M Logan of Middles boro delivered a discourse ot much interest yesterday at the Second Presby tartan church Monuaye Courier wlIturned CO Indictments most of which w ere for gambling For tbe Oral time ID three years there was no Indictment for murder Wm Winkle while Intoxicated walked loco Joe BrumQelds store atI Hltih Bridge and In attempting 10 shoot Brumfleld shot himself Tbeex tent of tbo wound Is not known Tbe Danville Hop Club has organ Ized with C P Cecil Jr president 1 Horace W Bowman vlcu president W P WcoJcock treasurer W VI Rlcbardaoo secretary and Steele flat toy assistant secretary The Newton Bros hope to bring In a paying well at Sllskford In a few day The nerve of these roan deserve reward and a rich one Somenet Journal Mr Abo Newton ot Huatonvlllo Is ono of the nervy brotbers- Repreeontatlvo Gilbert baa Intro duped a bill to ray the county of Madl ion 94000 for taxes wrongfully paid to tho government by the L d N railroad The taxes were paid on L Jr N stock owned by the county tMackD Plncvllle from tbo Lexington Asylum pronounced cured Younce got a life sentence for conspiracy In killing Mrs Jemima Hall in Letchcr county and anaepeals J J Frazuro A Sons have purchased from the trustee of L D S Patton tbo undertakers equipment and aloe formerly owned by him and have open od for bntlneas In the undertakers department of the old Patton stand Somerset Journal IIJohn boots who for years was atso with James C Coulter In thj business In Casey died at hla ome near Burgln last week A num her of Casey county gentlemen Includ Ing Mr J F Gadberry of Phil at tended bis burial While on her way to school Eva sixyearold daughter of Green Owens Brockkuexult her wbll In the house eta nolgb bore where she bad stopped to warm warrant was sworn out bY tbe lathe r hiPpe us it trhis wife has a chair that can bo traced back 143 years It was brought ratn a4Virginia and there Is a tradition that oohhst now with the pilgrim fathers In tbe Mayflower Mrs Thompson also baa a quilt known to bo 201 years old Harrodsburg Democrat Disease and danger lurk In tbe vital or Baas The blood becomes vitiated and the general health Is undermined when ever the stomach and liver tail to perform their functions as nature intended HER DINK will tone up the stomach regulate onlyteStore The Rev J W Bradford a Metho dill preacher was shot and killed at Brooktlde Ala by R D Coffroanw athad boon expelled from Mr Dradforoe church and whom the preacher accused of lying about him and his congrega floraFor family use in numberlee ways BAt LAnDS SNOW LINIMEKT is a useful and valuable Kinedy Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store J Terry Hall u smallpox guard Washington county shot Henry Spal lOll a Negro who was attempting i j1 force hit wy In a quarantine camp I CA8KY M OWSLEY The brllluai son of the late Judge Mike Oweley who sited at Lancaster tome two weeks sen LANCASTER wlegherfor January dellvurv According to Information received from towns in which tbe UarrlsPark If playedItIt bas been suggested that Paint Lick be made an Incorporated town This Is an excellent move and we trust bo pushed to a finish Lancaster would have bad the honor of having the Richmond Elks bringsJ tbelr minstrel show here on the 20tb iiiforIn Etaterestingwith Dr W S Beazley as leader i There will be no prayer meeting at the l various churches this week on account of revival services at ch urchIAt 2 oclock this afternoon tbe of tbo Presbyterian church will open aEt HomomadeEverybody i buy your Xmas presents Doors will close at 9 V M The ladles of tbe Christian church are meeting with greet success at tbelr exchange which Is open each Saturday afternoon in tbe postoUlo All manner of good things are to be bad at reason able ratea and all tho articles on headIare Invariably disposed of beforo the afternoon U half gone Tbo bridge at Point Lick which was to have been ready for use by Nov 1 bee not yet arrived und tbo good people ot that section are being put to no sod of Inconvenience by this failure to coro ply with the contract on the part of the company Every effort la being made to rush matters up and It Is thou ht placek really good and Interesting revival The ex callent pastor Rev Wolford assIsted ovangelIet eoWith Mrs Belle Burnslde as organist tbo music Is excellent There barn been no additions as yet J H RIgby of the East End of the county bas purchased for iho sum of 87000 the farm in Lincoln county sit HaydODto the new home Mr Rlgsby has been one of our best citizens for many years and wo regret very much to give him up Surely Garrard loss will provo LlDCaloegalD- Miss Della Hursbburg of Independ ence Mo li visiting Mrs McClelland Johnston Mlee Rhorcr a professional nurse of Lexington bas arrived to take charge of William Walker who la very ill of pneumonia but is tbbught to bo Improving Alter several weeks of intense suffering from rheumatism Barry Tomllnsoo is some boiler Mrs Minnie Jennings and little daughter Willie have returned from delightful l visit to relatives at Paint Lick Mlea Henderson closed her school at Manse leaf week attar a very successful term Hon J T Hays Is at homo otter at tending court at Barbourvllle Miss Sarah Holtzclaw hoe returned from a visit to Lexington friends Miss Sallie- D Ray of Buckeye spent several days with Miss Pearl Ross TO GET RID OF A TROUBLESOME CORN 60First soak it In warm water to aoltenlt then pare It down as closely as possible applyObamberlalnl rubbing vigorously for five minutes s each application A corn plaster be worn for a few days to protect sbouldI ithe shoo As a general sprains bruises limenen and rheuma saldThere arc 76045 pcetofflces In the Up SI WITHERSIEliminated DOWQ Contorts Will Make You Comfortable Wall Paper at Reduced Prices Ladies Desks Roman Rockers and other novelties for the holidays Withers Furniture Co STANFORD KENTUCKY s fi j t s I 11 l Its Easierto throw on an Over coat than throw off a cold New stock of Fullmore and Yoke Overcoats just received Come in and examineit will pay you IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if youre not satisfied IIIILLEB HIRSOH Danville XMAS PRESENTS Dont decide on your presents before visiting Muellers Jtwelry Store and seeing his nice line of 1 vSILVER NOVELTIES GOLD JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS WATCHES CLOCKS AMERICAN IMPORTED CUT GLASS All pretty combinations of the most rse i ful and ornamental standard goods- at j the lowest possible prices ALL GOODS AS REPRESENTED j REBTtTE STAMPS GIVEN W H Mueller The Jeweler i i Overcoats 1 SUITS Boots Shoes Felt Boots Under wear Gloves c Everything for tteCummins a McClarys I I iIWr c t i iWL I1TJ111FL i iIwT t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON la a Candidate for Railroad Oommluttnir for the 3d Dlitrlct aubtttt to the will cube drtnocracr I DONT bow they can defeat rlGov McCrcary for Senator said ono ot State officers to tho INTERIOR 1JOORNAL the other day but from learn Dave Smith thinks bo Is very much In tbe race Wheelers friends are the loudest talkers when they come to the capital but I see lit tie cause for the hope there la In them he added What about Judge Cantrlll wo asked Oh the judge has strength In many places and ho may prove a big factor In the fight but as I said before It looks mighty bright for the gentle man from Madison Certainly the people of the State are for Mr McCreary said he TURNCOATS can have some idea bow they are regarded by the perusal of this dispatch from Washington The democrats of the Senate have repudiated MoLaurln of South Carollna and refuse to take care of him on their port- lon of the committee The republi cans have thrown Wellington of Mary land overboard and there you are Neither side Is particularly pleased with the exchange and the whole State will rejoice when McLaurln and Wellington retire to the shades of private life- BERRY HOWARD who was arrested Saturday at Plnevllle for conspiracy In the assassination of Gov Goebel represented Harlan Perry Bell and Leslie counties In the Legislature of 189123 and served with Mr Goebel He was elected as a democrat Be la 48 years old and says he Is In jail for his first time and that he has never beer encoded with a feud Ho claims that he Is Innocent and says that he has always been ready to surrender on the assurance that be would be allowed ball SENATOR BOARS suggestion of an isolated Islacd to which the anarchists of the world should be banished Is a happy one and should bo accepted by all nations In common says an ex change We suggest Dry Tortugas as being a splendid place for the bloody and bloodthirsty scoundrels that Is it they cant be driven off the earth en tireiyTHERE Is ono man who thinks President Roosevelts message Is all right It is School Superintendent Kendall of Indianapolis who has Instructed eighth grade and high grade school teachers to Insist upon students reading It Be considers a close perusal of the docu meet a good opportunity for the study of current history civics and English McKENzIE Moss Is In Washington to prosecute his contest for Congress John Rheas seat If tho republi were short of a good working ma Iman Mr Rhea might be in danger as the House Is overwhelmingly the Logan county states man need feel no uneasiness WE are glad that perry Howard Is at last under arrest for conspiracy in the murder of Gov Goebel but it is a shame to the State and her peace off cers that he bad not been landed be hind the bars some two years ago RHODE ISLAND not much larger than Lincoln county hoe 700 divorce cases on her court docket The mar sled people In that State who are not t seeking separation are evidently toe rule and not the exception POLITICAL John C Grose has been appointed postmaster at Pass Bell county Deputy Collector W T Hawkins r wants to be postmaster at Lebanon Representative Dave Smith has ask ed 9175000 for locks and dams on Salt RiverJudge John J Mllllkln of Franklin has announced for judge of the appellate court Attorney General Brccklnrldge will bold hla office until April instead of January of next year R L Gwatbmey secretary of tbe j republican committee says there are rocks ahead for the party The treasury department has ruled that all trade with the Philippines must be carried In American bottoms Representative Borelng has recom mended Sarah E Browning for post master at Waford Whitley county Collector Roberts supporters are re lying on his personal relations with the late president as his strongest pull for reappoIntment The report of the controller of the State of Tennessee shows that during the fiscal year nearly 1800000 In State bonds wore taken up and canceled Representative Borefng Introduced a bill appropriating 125000 for the con struction of a road from Mill Springs Cemetery to thetown of Somerset The African Baptist Association New appeals to Congress not to reduco Southern representation on tho ground that the Negro will suffer f Charley Poyntz of MaySvllle is a prospective candidate for lieutenant governor HIs only announced ppon out Is Col W P Thome of Eminence 44 j t v Congress may give the cruiser May flower to the president for Us private useGov Beckham has appointed W L Bruner a good democrat judge of Laurel county The Philippine commission has au thorized the Insular purchasing agent to pay for supplies In gold as the mer chants refused to sell goods for Moxlj can sliver Speaker Henderson In naming three House committees dropped one demoI crat and added ono republican Ho will pursue tbls policy with all the committeesIt tho object of Richard Crok ers announced visit to West Baden Springs Is to meet Southern and Western politicians and to discuss the fu tore welfare of the democratic party from a National standpoint The Richmond Elks want Gov James B McCreary to appear In blackface at their minstrel performance Dec 10th Ho will of course not be seen but be fore the race for Senator Is over his op patients will be black enough in lobo facoQBell run them to death Cvn thiana Democrat NEWS NOTES Police prevented an anarchist meet Ing at Cleveland Five million barrels of Texas oil was sold to St Louis parties James Spalding WM crushed to death by a falling treo In Favetto The president appointed Cornelius Vancott postmaster at New York PresldentiMcKlnleya assassin was cheered at Ii public meeting In Chica go Tbe Peoria 111 distilleries produced 104103 barrels of spirits In November The total number of Immigrants land log In the United States last year was 562868 I ue Parker a colored teamster wan deed by al dynamite explosion at Jreensburg A new route from Europe to Asia is to be established by the way of lobo United States- Thirtytwo lives were lost on the great lakes during tbe season of narration just closed E J Matthews president of the A D T Co fell from his horse near New York and broke his neck Attorneys of Jim Howard say they will be ready for trial at the January term of Franklin circuit court Lander Barber was shot and killed at a danco In Fleming county Two prominent citizens were arrested A convention Is being held in Cin cinnati to organize a federation of all tbe Catholic societies in America An unknownman fared several ahotp Into an L tN passenger train near North Plnovllle No one was bit It is stated that Andrew Carnegie is to give 110000000 16 the cause of unl verslty extension In the United States Sister Sophia the oldest sister at Nazareth Is dead aged 80 She wars aunt of Mrs J W Muir of Bardatown A snowstorm prevailed over Northern and Northwestern Texas and ranchmen fear a heavy lose of livestock The destruction by fins of the Wa basb Screen Door Companys plant at Rblnelander WIs caused a loss of 8260000 Thlrtynlne prlsoaers escaped from tho Birmingham city jail by cutting a hole through a brick wall with pock et knives Horace Edwards residing near Greeosburg was shot and seriously wounded by John Will Edwards his half brother In a fight at a blind tiger in Wolfe county D Rose and William Tutt were shot and Wm Stamper was badly Injured with an ax Tho Kentucky Distillers and Ware house Company has contracted to ex port 7000 barrels of Its whisky to avoid tbe tax payments As a berolo measure to prevent the verdict being known In advance the wives of the Schley court members have agreed not to talk There wilt not be time at the January term of the Franklin circuit court for Berry Howards trial It Is said be may have a hearing for bail One person wits killed and 20 others were Injured by a Central of Georgia passenger train jumping the track on ft high embankment at Macon Ga Rev A A Johnson a colored Meth odist preacher was shot In his pulpit at Oskaloosa Ia by Anua Nelsonwho claims to have been wronged by him JN Hawkins a prominent Lexing ton merchant was shot and robbed In that city late Saturday night He died 12 hours later No arrests have been madeBen Fultz was arrested in Louisville on complaint of Miss Georgia Apple gate who charges him with making her drunk and stealing her diamond earrings At a mass meeting of citizens of tax ington a fund of nearly 9500 was raised for the detection of the murderer of J N Hawkins Gov Beckham has also offered a reward Mrs James Stanford executed two deeds of grants and one of gift to tbo Leland Stanford Jr University In California In all Mrs Stanford has given the university which bears her dead sons name about 30000000 of which 23000000 Is said to be absolute ly new PugillstFItzeimmnnalegoing to open a physical cuturc school The Borne Oil Cos well near Par nell Wavnu county hat come In with a good flow The American Federation of Labor yesterday adopted a resolution de nouncing child labor The civil service commission U ex peeled to take a band In opposition to the rouppolnimcot of Collector E T Franke of Owcnsboro Auditor Coulter has refused to pay a number of wltnuts claims presented by the Sheriff of flail county Among tbo claims In a felony case were witness fees and mileage for witnesses who were summoned for the defendant Suit has been tiled by the Common wealth In the Franklin circuit court to recover 82822452 front former State Auditor John 8 Sweeney exTreasur er Walter U Day and their bondsman the Fidelity and Deposit Company of Baltimore The amount Is the money alleged to have been paid out Illegally on Auditor Sweeneys order for keep Ing the mllltU at Frankfort during W S Tavlors administration Berry Howard long a fugitive from justice and defying arrest under an in dictment charging complicity In the murder of Gov Wm Goebel was are rested with his bodyguard In Ploevlllo Saturday by Sheriff Broughlon who got tbo drop on them Howard was taken to Frankfort under a strong guard Sheriff Broughton feared a rescue by Howards friends and obtained an Injunction against the Wes tern Union Telegraph Company to prevent tne sending of dispatches LAND STOCK CROPS ETC May wheat went to 838c at Chicago yesterday Mark Hardln sold to Bud Dunn 20 calves at4c John Sherron sold to A F Barnett a sow and pigs for f25 Narragansett turkeys for sale Mrs E P Woods Stanford 2t A M Pence sold to Calmeie Bros 13 1100pound cattle at W P Givens refuted 000 for un Imp Wagner yearling J S Goodo sold to Caldwell of Boyle 12 yearlings at 3Ic George T Wood sold to R C Bock or 45 Oilpound cattle at A 65 Five good young cows with young calves WM Bright Stanford 2t George T Wood bought of James McKechnlo 16 000pound steers at 3Jc Lutes d Co sold to Jewell S Lutes of Lexington six mules and a horse at 875 J N Carter sold to Cald well of Boyle a bunch of yearling steers at 3o Anderson Sptlman purchased of J M Van Meter 250 barrels of corn at 83 Advocate Joe Bales of Madison bought of John Buster of Mercer 62 1450pound cattle at 61c In Clark D C Lisle sold 700 bar rels of corn at S3 In the field Joel Plgg lold 50 barrels at 8250 Cicero Reynolds has sold his farmof about 150 acres near McKinney to a Lexington man at 117 5Q Gus Macey will resign as mayor of Versailles In order to move to Lexing ton and open a training stable Write to T A Bradley Danville and secure English Berkshire boars and gilts not akin by Imported boars Ed Peyton old to A C Robinson Son 220 barrels of corn at 275 at the shockA Thompson sold S Morgan 22 shoata at 4o Boguo Brown sold him a bunch of heifers at 3o and J M Cress 35 hogs at 465 A J Hayden has sold to James Rigs by tale 200 acre farm on Dlx River for 7000 It Is generally hoped that Mr Hayden will not leave the county Calmese d Nunnelley of Clark bought 100 two yearold feeders in this countv at an average of 4o They ship pcd them to Winchester Saturday C A Robinson of Garrard sold to Straus t Stern 110 026 pound slop cattle at 3 to 3 40 and to Manning BroI of Clark a bunch of 1100 pounders at 4cCOURT DAYTho rain kept both people and stook away from court yea terday and there were only about 100 cattle on the market Most of these sold at 21 for heifers to 3J to 31 for yearling steers and heavy stuff Few horses and mules sold fi O Allen sold In Cincinnati last week four carloads of cattle at 21 to 440 and a carload of hogs at 500 He bought 40 of the cattlo from J Nevin Carter weight 1057 at 380 and of W L McCarty 41 heifers and steers at 3 to 310 He bought the hogs at about 60 Tbo manager of Swifts Packing House in Kansas City has bad the stomachs of the animate killed examin ed to tea what proportion were being- on wheat lie found that 75 percent of the hogs cattle and sheep were fed wholly on wheat and 00 per cent of the poultry This shows where winter wheat u going Instead of being marketed TBlueGrass Nurseries FALL ago Fruit and Ornamental trees Orape Vlncf Btoall Fruits A BU and everything tar Orchard Lawn and Garden We sell at rIght to the planter and have no Aeentt General on application tQII a H1LLENMEVER Both Telephones Lexington Ky X9000 WORTH J OFa I Good heavy seasonable merchandise to be soldat and below costaWaists Ladies Flannelette Shirt Waists solid tC polka dot worth at 43c Furs 2 Minks 08c S350 Fur Collarettes 148 5 Fur Collarettes re duced to 32- 8Comforts Good heavy comforts worth 1 go at Me All better ones cut in halt UnderwearF- ine Egyptian n n d Peeler cotton fleeced Vests and Pantsuaual price 50c now 25c Jackets and- Capes We must close out this department with in 10 days Ladies 1 Capes cut to 19c a better one nt G9c All ladies misses and childrens capes null jackets cut o onohnlf their rca value ltcavylnceorcongressworth heavy Gloves Worstedl Ladies Mifses Months have into and ero Tong Store a the past If you taken Treat Out Stile these prices c ill move the goodi4 t THE LOUISVILLE STOREWSalinger Bros Prors Wholesale N PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my house on East Main street on Saturday Doc 21 19OI beginning at 0 oclock a lot of Itauvebold and KII hen Furniture conl tlng of a lot of bedroom furnltuifbeddlneitoreatable chair etc Alto a black bettor calf valuable hone and buggy Term made known on divot talc WAVFRLY HAMILTON Rowland Ky POSTED The following have their land potted and thoy will punlth to the full ex tent the law or persons found hunting lining trapping or otherwise tren paMlngon theme G D noon- eJ11k0 A 01 Nowland U F Newland WH lllgftlo O L Crow E P Woods J E D 8 II Daugbman R O Mocker J Rocker A 8 Oroaddu Mm J M White J W Ilaughman J W Adam T Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballou J M J 0 TA ItlceMiuMaryiepples Walter W Warren M P W EAmonJ n Foster DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of LouUrllle will be at St Asapli HotclStanford Wednesday December 18 One day only Eye examined and glasses ctentlfically adjusted OMce noun a m to a p m PUBLIC Having sold our farm will sell on Doo 19 I9OI to tile hlII t bidder at Cedar Orote belllnl- Jill miles from IlnlIIeoD Ibe Danville turnpike our lot of Trotting Bred about EOlitad brood nitre In foal to Alllt wood239snd the rut are aU ounl geldlngi tad filllef rouging from wttnllDg to 4yttroldi br such sire it r Chief Almont Mlml Ferguson Prince Cbtrllr Ocllltn 111 etc Among hose youngsters aroaoaie rot prtmjucU ill Mil we hive always a hare Mat out soma UJtlJ Grove Will tell pipe rrrytblnx rulolng to training stablecut aulkln bun M boots ale 9 mils rows a cairn 200 barr ol cornS- erTf Urge rlcki of splendid Day farming Iraple laenttoierrry Ttrlotjr inrb as blmttrr mown drills hay rake turn planter wagon nlowt In ttct everything prtf elm to farm 400 collar PIjlIa for uil post railing fence she lot of etc l1ouwholdsndkirebnSurelureererythingr- 101 yIS to commence it 0 at wa hive to continence early rat through Terms nude known on dtr of sale Dinner on the ground HC4TJ tOCK V D Engllib AuctlocMr Wilt a100 offer at lame turns the Dli tiller property containing acres of land 3 large wimhouM Itll double crib bouae iakhlncrr and ereiyihlng pertaining thereto ill In rood ctpaelty illU MOCK Admr Mens Shoes All styles light and Outing Cloth 25 bolts outing cloth 8 l3c quality at 5- cUnderwear1Mens 1 fleece lined shirts and drawers ex Ira at 15c fiOc Ties now onlyUCc 25c Suspenders at 15o 25o Sox now only 12c COc Overalls go ntflSc 1 Shirts go at I0c 1 go at 19c Clothing tens 9 Suits go at 175 Mens 7 Ul store at 305 Mens 0 Overcoats nt 3G9 Mens 150 Pants at 75c Mens Mackintoshes with Capo 2 quality 128 Mens 2 Corduroy Pants nt 125 Mens heavy winter Caps worth 50c at 25c It will pay you to como anti examine our clothing stock All solid worth SOc yard in this sale only 25o Sundries q Yardwide Percale 5c Cotton 5o All Calicoes go at ir 60o Fascinators 25r 50c Corsets go nt 2- 5Umbreiias c 2Shl stool rod Gloriii Silk Umbrellas were 75c now 89c Blankets 101 Blankets white nnd gray largo IIbeItworth It toe pair 150 Blankets at Sflc Boots Shoes Rubbers Get our prices t com pare with those of anyvother in townnnd you will see wo save you nt least 50 per cent Shoes from C9e up Shoes from 19c up Boys Shoes from S5c uptt iJ dwindled weeks Tho Louisville of w Stanford Ivy will be thing of havent advantage of this Closing do so now told Retail Stanford Ivy r rieatant BruceGee Hopper 8 S 9 SALE we Thursday and cntlr Horses CbUf inllnbreedlugtsail- we p sod drapery See The PO It1 lp If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to havet SPECTACLES To see tho point it is nccos snry to have correctly fitted Spectacles AP To get Correctly Fitted Spectacles it is necessary to call ona f Craig HockerWho readytolJ e1 Style and Fit of all GlassIes they sell Prices Range From SOcts To 10ti This space for tvt HOLIDAY GOODS 1 next issue 1- GEORGE He FARRIS A Co- y l Fabras Medicated Food For Horses Cattle and SheepYJ II t I +MIII J J II J I I t HM A medicino us well iis a food A specific for Indigestion Colds Colics Epizootic nnd nil contagious diseases lIn tho whole system restores appetite purifies tho blood regulates the bowels and expels worms grubs nnii v botts Cows fed with it give rich milk For Poultry it is line Voices hens Iny and keeps thorn Sold by +H I HH os nJot + t f+ tl J JOHN BRIGHT JR Co1 i r w rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL ISTANFORD KY DEC 10 1001 In Ulllng your prescription no proportloolnot do better II yon paid ui double the price which lialwuvt reasonable Pen nye Drug Store thPERSONALS Mr S O TllUHMOND Is tick Mil a R COOK continue Mils W G WITHEIIB li Quito lickI Miss ANNIE BRONAUQU BNQLKMAN tit li quite tick IlUOH THOMPSON of Caeey was terdayq JIt la spending the winter In California- A D IAKSONB Is now miller at Tray loriDIx liber Mills MRS T L CAlilKXTElt of Huston yule Ii hero shopping today MR chsertedseMNley paid ui a substantial call yeiter day ALLEN COFFEY ll up from Nashu vllle whore ha bal beon attending colI IClloIMRS LUCINHA THJiniLB bad lobo mil fortune to fall and break her thigh tho other day- MtSSRS A P GOODINQ JR and W H Clay of Lexington aro hero taking oil lease JOHN 0 COKFKY and A Ilunn o Columbia helped swell the court day crowd yesterday Mils J II MONIN of Sonora with her sister Mr J II Vaobook at MrO J Crows MRS W R DlLLION of Livingston t spent several days with her daughter Miss Linda Dllllon MAUIUCt J FAKKIS spent last week In Lexington with his brother in la w iGedrllo 0 Keller Jr rl MR JOHN II BNQLBMAN has reatc 3 Mr D W Vaodevccrs house and mall farm on Cutoff pike 1MIS8 OLIVIA W BALDWIN of Mod loon It with her sitter Mr W H J r Shank who U In poor health DUD DUNN of Madison a brother or- t our Mr A C Dunn was hero yeiter day and bought tome 60odd cattle MR AND MRS WILLIAM HAMILTON leave Lexington for Canada to 4will They will likely locate there DR P WALTBU GARTER of West oHffe Col Is here with the bomofolks lie looks like the West agrees with him MISSES ANNIE DRONAUOII of Crab f Orchard and Annie Evans of Dan vlllc are visiting Miss EOle Huffman VANARSDALE U now a full LexloRtoof He represent tho hardware firm of W B Belkoap k Co- YESTERDAYSi Courier Journal con talned good pictures of Mayors J B Fisher of Danville and Robert Kin nalrd of Lancaster 1b MR VEST CHANCELLOR son of nee dell Chancellor of this county Is now bead clerk at Hotel Fayetto on North Broadway Lexington J MRS JAMES C IICKETT tbo band some mother of Mrs W A Trlbble of l this place returned to her homo In Mason county Saturday MRS J H VANHOOK who was so badly hurt by being thrown from a bridge near her father Mr O J Crows It still In a precarious cod tion MR SAMUEL M WILIIITB comptrol ler of tho city of Loulivllle with his It handsome son Douglas Robinson Is spending tow days with Sheriff S M Owens JOHN L ANDERSON formerly of Garrard has been promoted from lobo J treasury department In Washington to duty In the government service at l Manila r MRS JOHN W ROUT Is In receipt of Intelligence of the death of Mrs Kato i Broaddui wife of So T Broaddus of 4JButler Mo She bad been an Invalid for years MR W J SPARKS wife and two i pretty daughters of Mt Vernon wore on Saturday nights train returning T from Louisville whore they bad been to buy Xmas trlx 1 MRO J NEWLAND returned from Louisville Saturday to which place he went In search of o position Ho says there aro several hundred men after each job In that city and his trip was not a successful one t MR A C ROHINSON of the GI berts Creok section a member of t o extenelvo and Influential Robinson r lationship has recently had framed letter written by his father to his mot er nearly years ago The japlstle was penned even before the days I stamps and envelopes when lotto f were Inclosed by means of wax an seal Saturdays O J TIDE Lexington Observer George O Keller Jr editor has this to say abo one of Lincoln countys cleverest Ion p tlemen Mr S M Owen term as sheriff expires Jan 1 Ho Is ono of the most popular oflUers Lincoln baa had helped pull that doubtt county tbrouh on more tban ono oqI caslon At the expiration or his tor- ho will retire to his farm In the wet and devote his en- v raIslna LOCALS IIiggineIdc twoIGdonceeWalton WE will buy a few hundred bushels of millet seed If offered promptly J H Baughman Jr Co FAHMEIIS Plfiase return our wheat sacks or call and pay for them J H Baughman ft Co millers HFtIYMJlF1t we mako a specialty of candles nnd fruit See us for your Xmae bill Hlgelns A McKinney LiLttc MAY Ilvo arold daughter- of James Adams who lives on Dr Clifton Fowlers farm died of scarlet fever Sunday SPECIAL Wo have four sowing ma- ine with flveycar guarantees will ll at rut prices for the Xmas trade IIigRlnets MoKlnney WAIT display of holiday goods ntil next week as I will havo an ele gent lino of pretty and the latest nov stiles W B McRoborts DANVILLE wants the Presbyterian College for women and as Llttlo Brit ain gets most everything she goes tor- ew suppose shell got the college tmtSaturday evening Mr and Mm guestea L T SMITH has bought of John G Walls tbo back lino between Stanford and McKinooy and he will be glad to carry passengers and packages between the two points SALE POSTPONED On account of EllhdWell the Bola of Turnbull and Wells advertised for next Saturday has been Indellnltoly postponed YOU bad better pay your taxes be fore tomorrow Wednesday night or your namo will certainly bo found In too delinquent list that Sheriff S M Owens will print In this paper Friday W A TRIUIILE as attorney sold a lot on Whltley Avenue at auction yes terday for 9100 Mrs Mary Craig was the buyer He alto sold two houses and tote near Freds mill for t100 to Svreonoy Morgan THE Stanford Water Light l Ice manager has the thanks of Stanford people generally for starting up lobe tights earlier these short days Some times the machinery put In motto as early ai 130 p M r 100 REAMS This paper has just mode an order for 100 roams of news 30x44 and 50 pounds to tbo ream This Is probably the largest order ova mado by a country paper In this non ortbe woods but with our largo and rowing circulation it wont last ui long FARM SOLD George De Bard bought yesterday at commission ers sale tho Abraham homestead of 132 acres at 811 20 Tbo farm Is loco a ed throe miles from Crab Orchard and has been occupied by the Abraham family since 17SO Col J P Chan d tar cried the sale QUITE a crowd of our people who wero delighted with the performance given by the Among the Breakers Co will go to Hustonvllle Friday night to see It reproduced chore Ills a charming play All of the parts aro well played and if our West End friends do not turn out co masse to see It theyll forever wish they bad Wo will give n years subscription to this piper to any person who goes and doesnt think ho got silo moneys worth tarIN writing up the fox hunters at Crab Orchard Springs Harry Mo Carty editor of the Joeeainlno Journal hoe thin to say about the placo and two good mon No batter placo could bavo been selected for the purpose the Crab Orchard Springs The manage- Capt J B Willie and his assistant Mr C E Wood loft nothing for the pleasure of their guests and is not unlikely that Crab Springs will be mado the permanent mooting place for the clubs annual outing 1IT GOES EVERWIIEREAn INTE Idoo 13nrrlha a y A drummer hero the other day told bldd r er guarantees found on a street car in New York City theutad t to Mr Harris who prizes It very highly The drummer further told Mr McRoberts metul entire big advertisement to suspenders putagusraotet a e subject of much comment by the mak ors of tbat splendfd suspender SEE the big line of Percales at 7io Severance Sons SEE Among the Breakers at AI cords Opera House Hustonville Fri day nlgbt next 13 OUIt entire line of beating stores at cost to make room for holiday goods oo H Karris d Co MAKE your friend a Xmas present of a good photograph of yourself Miss Sacray can do you justice WILL take farm products In ex change for coal feed etc or sell you cheap for cash JfH Baugbman b CoW B the druggist will baron an opening of holiday goods at his store Friday night next when a band of mania will be on band EVERYUODY Is tothe teach ers association to beheld at WaltnlI Opera House Saturday and Saturday night next without money and with lout pricecGEOROE WHITLEY a former Stan ford darkey but who for years was coffee maker at tho Phu olx Hotel makloId was a servant sod a well ahnved Negro SCHOOL teachers dothers are looking forward to a big time Saturday and Saturday night next when the teachers association will be boldat Walton Opera Houso Re nowned educators from a halt dozen counties will bo hero while every teacher In Lincoln will bo on hand FRIENDS of Berry Howard attempted to mako tho conductor and engineer on the train he was being taken to Frankfort on back It to MIddlesboro but threats and drawn pistols did oat deter Engineer Langan and Capt Doody from doing their duty and Berry was landed behind tbo bars whore he should data been years ago THE will of MM Col T P Hill was probated yesterday It loaves her en tire estate worth about 20000 to her husband abd makes him executor with out bond The Instrument Is dated July C 1804 and Messrs II C Warren and J B Parton aro witnesses to it F R Compton and Timothy Root qual- Ified as magistrate anJ constable of the Hustonvillo district and this ended the business of yesterdays court IN order to lot the ladles end others see their beautiful Christmas stock Saturday Geo H Ferris Co Issued a general Invitation and their store was crowded tbo entire day Tbo room was lighted with scores of lamps and candles and his pretty china and glass waro novelties tastily arranged show ed oil to the best advantage A good band made music and coffee chocolate cocoa sandwiches salads pickles and the Ilko were served frco to the visitors hak8 maneupand ItdlsplayedMuelf in a very unique manner the other day when he was asked for a ticket to the hanging of Quinn The law requires him to delegate 10 witnesses to the execution and a certain Danville man being cog nizant of this fact asked him for a ticket to It With bill usual lot ity when off the bunch the Judge gavo the ticket which roads Admit Mr to the hanging of Reuben Quinn If said Quinn la not hung hang tbo bearer Dan vlllo News STANFORD does not intend to bo b bind the procession in the matter of opinIont oil and gas can bo found In paying quantities In this locality and that It was only a question of tlmo until t fact would bo tested and the field developed We are glad that trite work has been undertaken by our own citizens and by men of known and approv JofH CooperJatod themselves together and formed The Stanford Oil Gas fc Developing Co with J H McAllster president Brsecr surface Indications rook formations barnItsashdwarrant the belief that their efforts will be successful It la an enterprise In which every person in the vicinity should give all the assistance possible because If it should be demonstrated that there is either oil or gas here In paying quantities twill redound to the motorist advancement of the entire community Tho capital stock of company Is 84000 divided Into shares of 910 each The private prop arty of the stockholder Is not liable for tbo companys debts furthermore tbo stock Is non aesessablO The company has secured a number of leases close to the water works whore salt water and gas the concomitants of oil have been found The stock Is being taken rapid ly and the company will begin drilling In the immediate future Wo feel fully iuatllled In stating that every stook holder may feel assured that the moo ev of the company vrll bo spent hon estly LOT band made harness J C Me Clara A LOT of newcarpeto rugs at Beszley Hope PLACE your order for pictures now Miss Sacray can please you REMEM Old Fiddler contest at Waltons Opera House Christmas night 5Grovenight before Xmas 4ClaryeWE are indebted to the Central Re cord for the use of the cut of Casey Owsley NOT an arrest for drunkenness on the last two court days Hows that for a wet town FRESH stock Chase Sanborns Meet In toe world Higgins McKinneyitTHREE cottages one on Logan and two on Whitley Avenue for rent Four and six rooms Dr J F Peyton MAGISTRATES commissions have ar rived and County Clerk Cooper asks the magistrates to call and qualify JAMES PEMIIERTON was acquitted In murdertVandeveer the Negro who killed Miss Brown was not tried this term +J C RINEHART has sold his stock of goods near the depot to Wtlllo Rocker who will continuo the business at the old stand Mr R duce not know what business he will engage In ANY of the Presbyterian ladles who wish to help to fill too box of clothing for the Anchorage Ophan Asylum aro requested to send their donations to MM A G Eastlands home next Sat urday morning The box will be pack ed and that day THE Knights of Pythias elected the following officers Thursday night R T Bruce C C J T Jones V C J S Baugbroan P Ed Wilkinson M of W Forest McClary K of R and S John H Meier M of F J C McClo ry Mof E Barnes Weareo M of A C E Tato I G A S Broaddus O G W H Wearen Dr W B OBannon and James F Cummins trustees TUB lollowingdlepatchwneseattrom Lexington to the Courier Journal A number of democrats held a meeting hero and decided to launch a new dem ocratic dally newspaper hero Jan 1 W R Walton formerly of Stanford and the owner of several successful newspapers In the State will be at the bead of the now paper with W Si Williams formerly managing editor of tho Democrat as editor TURKEYS IAll who have good fat turkeys to sell please rush them In at I wont be buying perpoundJ K OH mail AN Stanford Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tlonal flank of Uustonvllle will be held at their banking house In Hustonvillo the Und 12Ato serve the ensuIng year J W HOOKER Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin willbepurposeeof electing directors for tho ensuing year J B OWSLEY Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First athoelectlDgdlrectonJOHN SIOUOBERT8 Cashier lltllt+ tllllllltt JBiifntttitf A RUBBER DOCTOR IifIIE home without a Hot Bottle lacks that which may be any hour of the day or night A soft yielding rubber bag that applies heat as nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for hours n HEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and soothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have heat at 0its best No scorching and a steady even temperature Those we offer are made as they should bonof finest Para rubber with reinforced scams All sizes and every size at a barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky +fJ lit Ill + II sg 5 ft t I ja S j Ladies Shoes r Ta Fit for a Queen The best Shoe Man and Machinery can makev I in Kid Vii Patent Heavy Welt I Extended Sole With a cushion Insole making it warmer sod very flexible Ladles who tbelrleetis a perfeetly trimmed and a perfect fitter only 1200 H J MpROBERTS TO QUIT THE LINE We offer our entire stock of Gents Furnishings and Shoes at less than factory price We mean just what we say 100 Fountain Shirts GOc 100 Coopers Balbrigan Underwear 70c 50c 75c Ties choice 25c 000 Hanau Shoes cut to 400 500 Hunan Shoes cut to 294 350 Eclipse Shoes reduced to 260 150 Coarse Shoes now 100 JOHN P JONES Stanford Kentucky A INHANGE Necessitates a change in our business methods for a while Jos Severance who has an interest in our firm wants his money and we must raise the amount Beginning Dec 1st we Will Offer Our Entire Stock Ht Greatly Reduced Prices for Cash which will make this sale of interest to every buyer of Dry Goods Notions Shoca Underwear Etc This stock will be offeredso low that we will not ticket or charge goods and they will be for sale for CASH ONLY to all In order to accom plish our purpose we will be compelled to collect nil outstanding notes and accounts and ask the cooperation of our friends and customers in this Severance Sons To Strike Oil call at Tit CHARLES WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY Our stock is complete in every sense Prices fire below the Trenton Rock where the oil is found Our Shoe Stock equals that of any city at 25 percent lower prices 20 years experience insures this In ample time our stock of Holiday Goods will be open for your inspection We keep every thing found in a general line Come and save your oil in winter goods We guarantee no dust ers or watered stock CHARLES WHEELER ATTEND MY OPENING OF XMAS GOODS FRIDAY NIGHT NFXT W JB McRoberts DRUGGIST c T E INTERIOR JOURNAL Ordered R the pod ofce at Stanford at toonilctau maU- er3RatxithweiTuulag axadl3lxtdlaVw- ar 1 PER YEAR CASH V Wken not sopstdfflaOO will bechsrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION e 31 Train going NortbM 11 68 a in 21 a ItMM21It llill 23 It It South MI219 a m ItU211D For alhPolnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 25 AmlTM at Stanford at 108 No 24 Leave Blanfonl at 210 AM No 31 ArtlTea at Rowland at 1J00 DAY No22 Ieara Stanton at 280 r K COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this n winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle f coal and solicit a of your patronage I handle the best grades of coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky R A JONES DENTISTStanford KyM Office over IIIgRins h McKlnuoye Stor Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mill j BMCKINNEY Prop rt Molnnelyl EMake and keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Meal Bran Ohtc an Feed Re Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stan ford and Ottenhetm plko 3 miles from SIan ford In grass and land with exception of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good fenc Ine timber though no dwelling only cOin crib It Is a very place Wl1 sell at JJ5 per acre Call at this office FOX a LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T B Bright k Co Will hold on February 28 1902 a JAOK SALE at which time l0 odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass Jacks HI Ce RUPLEL The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call FHRM FOR SALE I Containing 183 acre two miles south of 175 acreMlddleburgMcKIunny on under fence and IBS acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J S MOBLEY McKinney Ky GREAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH I have located at Grab Orchard In Gee Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people the wotth of your money will always find bargains at my store I am- selllog socond band to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes lists Cape etc Hoping that you will not to pat treatment Ifairronlze me promising a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain Store Call and see me when you come to town- CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE M REISER IltOR Vitae OreDo you know nhat It Is7 If not It will you to learn which you can do by- watching the future columns ot this pa per or addressing TltRO NOlL Geolo Chicago I or N II Boon Agt Alnrbsbury Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY 5lUlStosk 150000 Sarplni 110000 This Institution originally eaUbllahsd as ths Da poeltsanknf9tanfoalln 1858 then reorganized si ths National Bank of Stanford In UU Mdagali eorpnls as ths First National Bank of Stanton nlSBI hu had practically sn uninterrupted exist net tot years It Is better supplied now wlti fduties for transacting business promptly and 1 rally than STsrUfor In Its lonjand honoub aiMi Aooounts of IndUldusli fiduciaries IndlTldualssoUsltsdOIRSCTOIS aid idreriuCo4 J UayasnStsnfoi Harris u SIIIlaughmanI 8 DockIt TPHm 1TP Walton W A TrlbbllIt J HOolllsrCrab Orehd Jan EoUn on Hubble MpElmore 9taatorJerncaal aiLMkerlreohlenU MeBobsrts Cashier a Painting Repairing endI am prepared to paint repair your buggy carriage or wagon firstclassstyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle new for very little money J iL UREEK Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlnow UcRoberti Drug Store In the Oval lauding Farm For Sale A farm of acres K mile from Near Creek Church Lincoln County for sae Some timbered and tomo land Louse and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STRHFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to ing Men Phono No TravelI ERDILLEHA DBNQILLEBY Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnorniEroR Try me on grinding I do not satisfy you I will not ask to again Illbarn head miller for J1 Duehman 00 for years ta now with me Call at my mill fo- rflour Meal Bfcipstuff Chicken Feed Etc tthe very lowest and I solicit a bare of your patronage promising to give you thn beat me but bear lu mind always that I need your FRRD Proratronaje J+ c+ Mc bMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealoar In 1tuJNESS SADDLERY 80 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Fs HAYST- JNDERTAKEBS DBALXU IK 11nrnltureMattlnjsRuglsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 110000- 0euor toThs Farmers Bank A Truat Compan cad under same management contlnu iouily for 34 Yews Solicits Your Bank Aooount oplni such bualnees relations will proTt raotos IT bsoenclal and plea DIR iCTOUSl PatenJSOvttey S- rJN Menefee A W Carpenter W HCummlni J E LynnS fihanka JF Cub J r Owalii- OFFJCEKS r H Shanks President J n 01W M Urbb Aut Cash i Hustonvlllo Rev G Mine ot Junction Cltvi will preach at the Christian church Bustouvlllo Wednesday evening next at 030 Collar Bros of Adair bought a gelding of James Huston and another of Jesse Routt of the West End at fancy prices Como In and look at tho Xmas trlx j We love to show goods whether you buy or not Our lino of toys doll books chinaware silverware lamp clocks jewelry eto ia now on exh bltion and at price that will make sales Mako your selections before tho stock Is picked over Always a fre8b line of drugs on hand and prcocrlplloe carefully compounded at all hours night or day Prices the lowest C W Adams 2t Walton Comedy and Dramatl Company is billed for the opera hour hero Friday night next 13th Tbos who have seen It pronounce It without qualification as the beet show thats struck the road this season Lots all show our appreciation of some tb In good by going and taking the chlldrec Tickets at Adamadrue store Huston vllle Cor Advocate We do not elate the ownership of the show but Its a powerful good one aDd were we the pro prletor we would strike for largo towns than the West Ends capltal Ffd TODAY ANDTOMORROW The following beautiful poem Is clipped from tho Advocate and Is Iron the pea of Mr George W Doncgby who is becoming famous as a writer 01 kindly deed thats dodo today Some word of cheer thats spoken May guide a wanderer on lifes way Or bind a heart that 1 broken The smile that lights some sufferer1 face- Perhaps because youre near Will shine from memory dwelling placeWhen clouds appear Cho circling years should come and go And turn your locks to gray lifes happiest dreams would backward now To good deeds dono today Then do not bide the morrows dawn For that may never come The lips from whence kind words aro born- Tomorrow may be dumb They find the gems of purest ray Beyond these bounds of sorrow Who deeds of kindness do today And walt not for tomorrow WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewel candy flowers manthat tho order of a womans preferences Jew Is form a magnet of mighty power to tho average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous cQorta to mak or save the money to purchase them If a woman wi 1 risk her health to a coveted gem tben let bet fortify hnelf against the isiduous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular ule of Dr Boscheca German syrup It- will promptly arrest consumption in its uiy stD 8 heal the effected lungs and bronchial tubes end drive the dread Iscaso from the system It is not a ureall but it is n certain euro for coughs colds and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr O O Gieens reliable medics at Pennys Drug Store Get reens Special Almanac The Kirby Lumber Company Incorporated under the laws of Texas for 0000000 has been used under the rtl trust laws of that State and pen altles aggregating 3770000 aro asked Worms take refuge In the small Inles- tine where they can eaaily multiply limes OBEAM VERMIFUGE will destroy tbeso parasltss The verdict of the peo- pIe tolls plainly how well it has succeed ed Price 25cents Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS Rev W E Arnold will preach at Neals Creek next Sunday at 230 1 M Rev W Y Allen closed a mellttDAi a t to t Christian churchIThe members of the Baptist church at Crab Orchard aro earnestly requested to bo present at prayer mcetoi log Thursday night for the purpose of calling a pastor The Christian church at Old Union Rave Elder J T Sharrard a una mous call for half his time next yea This will be his sixth year with tb- congregatlooPas Kentuckian Rov J L Weber president ot Kentucky Wcsleyan College Wlnohcsio will preach at the Methodist cburc next Sunday morning and evening The evening service will bo especial In the Interest of the young people Rev T H Coleman dont believe In doing things by halves Wedncsd be drove to New Salem church noar McKinney a distance of 21 miles bat Used 41 candidates In 17 minutes aod returned to Danville In time for 501 per Advocate HAD A GOOD TIME A J Snoll wanted to attend a parly but was afraid to do so on account ot pains in Iris stomach which he ten would grow worse lie says I was len ing my troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera aod Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in cond tlon for the party I bought a bottle and take pleasure In stating that two dose cured me and enabled me to have a good time at tho party Mr tinoll Is a reslden of Summer Hill N Y This remedy II Tor sale by Craig h Mocker druggists In Reading Pa a juryman wrote puny instead of punitive on his lIp 1n the trial of damage suit against at ileclrlo railroad company Appllca ion lo have the verdict of 14000 let aside Is baed on this mistake An attractive woman thrives on good oat and sunshine with plenty ot exer cllO in the open air lice form glow with health and her face blooms with icauty When troubled with a costive habit she takes a few doses of HEHDIM to cleanse her system of all impurities Price CO cents Penny Drug Store Sixtyflvo persons were poisoned at a redding feast at West Point Wls It 11 believed that there was poison in the colIoe AU will recover Praise the bridge that carries you over ilhera flood or cough UALLABUS lORKnouND SrRur has brought so mnny ovrr throat and lung troubles such ss highs colds bronchlfB etc that its raises are sung everywhere PrIce 25 aod 60 cents Pennys Drug Store State Treasurer Hager In a few dayr wlllllood out the 40 per cent of the Icbool per capita now duo the teachers of the county schools There It more Catarrh In this section of the then all oUenllwaiM put together and nnlll the last few jrtn was supposed to be In end Ible For a greet eon doctors pronoucur It a local dlseaseand prewrllxU local reniene aod by constantly falling to cure with such Idles m1nl It Incurable Sflencereat caUrrh to tea conitllutlonal disease has- reforergnireeconItutionattreatment Halls Catarrb Core A 00 Toledo Ohio Ji the only con tlutlonal on the market It II taken internallrlln dose lOdropttoa teaspoonful It acu Urtctlr on he blood and mucous surfaces ot there Ini Th scone hundred dollars for ass t falls eure Send lor lImonllll AdilMw frJCIIEt4EY00Toledo0o- ld br drupIII lalis tatullY Mils ari the but Estray Horse A gray horse about 15 years old came to- my place iK months ago Owner can get- blm by paying for this notice and his keep VFUNON arksvllloKy A BIG SACRIFICE IN CLOTHING 600 Mens Suits and Overcoats must positively bo sold at onto They must be turned into cash regardless of cost Mens Suits fall and win ter weight go at 1200 to 1 1060 worth double Mens Overcoats from 275 to f1100 worth double A big lot of Dry Goods Shoes Childrens Clothing Blankets Comforts Capes end Jackets Ladies and Gents Furnishings Hats and Caps Rubbers Boots Trunks and Valises to be sold tho same way regardless of cost Come and pee for yourself The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For sale Mouse and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac TJe Greeii ivDevelopment Co Wm Hicks President L II Phettyplace VicePresident WS Foutz SecretaryTreasurer S P Gray Gen Manager Directors Wm Hicks L P Pettyplaco W S Foutz S P Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 10 Princeton Avu Bluotleld W Va Branch office McKinney Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value 1 This company controls 1100 acres of proven oil territory in the Green River 011 Basin in Lincoln County Ky on line of the U 8 R R Three wells have been trilled on adjoining lands and OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES IOne well being within 30 yards of this companys lands This company has pur hosed the latest patented rig reel together boiler and engine all new This machinery is on the ground and drilling has already begun 6600 hence ot the stock aro now oaered at 40c a share for tho next 30 days only to be used only in the development of the property Application for stock can made to the Secretary and Treasurer or to Dr Ed Hunt Kr or 8 A MidI Make all remittances to the order of the com panTS II GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky 4r r MURRAY McADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky + 111 tU II t+ + U 11 + +i14 ++++ It II no trouble for you to select presents at our store at we carry the argest lino to bo found in Ccnl al Kentucky DIAMONDS Tho largest lino to be found outside of tho largo ages WATCHES A complete lino of ladled fancy enamel plain gold engraved and set with diamonds open taco and hunting Hoys watches of all kinds gent watches In the beat filled and solid goM plain engraved and sot with precious stones BROOCHES Broocheffsct wlh diamonds and pearls and other precious stones RINCS Ladices St Rings from 1 to f100 and up JEWELRY of all kinds Fine Leather goods UMBRELLAS Flue Ladles and Gents Umbrellas from 2 60 and 120 STATUARY In Italian marble bronze Itjna cotta etc Cut Class and China Rich cut glass of diamond brilliancy Fino art China Art vases of every description Silverware Large line plated and sterling silverware An endless variety of novelties in liver ormulo gold and bronze q Clocks We have too many kinds of clocks to describe Prices at low as tho lowest sJSFEvery II sale entitles tho purchaser to a guess tit the number of hours and minutes the mammoth candle in our window will burn contest will bo decided by the 2Jth of December We will dive the following presents to the one guessing nearest second nearest and so on f40 Diamond 125 Ladles or Gents Gold Watch Third 916 Cut Glass Howl finest rutting Fourth tlO SethIThomas Parlor Clock Fifth K Solid Gold Cull Muttons Sixth I3W Mix Solid Sil ver Spoons Gorhatn make Seventh f160 Solid God Scarf Pin To the one guess ing the exact number of days hours and minutes tho candle will burn wo will give HO additional MURKAY McADAMS MATS ST DANYILIVK t KY 11 J G WUATHERFORD 1V M MYKRS eatherford MyersI Successors to I P Stcc- lcHUSTONVILLE JI KYJDealers In Drugs Dry Goods Notions Hardware Groceries Hats Shoes c e OSTIn order to make room for new goods we offer our entire stock at COST FOR CASH I Drop in and see us and make our store your headquarters when you come- to Hustonville HOLIDAY GOODS We arc now opening our Christmas Goodsnew clean and latest styles in QUEENS WARE LAMPS ETC and at right prices Wo also are receiving nmllwill continuo up to Christmas fresh CandicsNnts Oranges Bananas Malaga Grapes fce Also a FULL LINE OF THE BEST COOK STOVES MADE with a written guarantee on the fire hack and top oven plate for five years You are cordially in I vited to come and see us and a share of your pat ronage is solicited for 1002 Higgins McKinneyST- ANFORD KENTUCKY JAS FRYEIs making Big Inducements and offering Spe cial Reductions for the Holidays in Nothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Frtab Goods and of the Best Quality at tho Very Lowest Prices Heavy Bootsjat manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE Wo Will Take In Exchango For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c arge line of fine Buggy Robes from 2 to 25 Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices arson Pence Stanford