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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n as 14iv rt io rr 1Ij SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL l j1 VOL XXIX 3 STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 1901 3 P M NO 82 1 MIDDLEBURG Rev J U Ferrell preached at tho IJaptlut church Sunday sod Sunday Q night The recent rain will bo very bens flclal to wheat unlem U freeze very hard In the meantime Mr Vinci Wilton Bold a mule to WI E CundlfT last week for 1160 which Iii- pdt very One prlco at nock has been low I corao time The lato grand Jury returned 70 dlcimanu James Pembertou was ao1 quitted of tbe murder ot John thus being tbo only murder Cafe tried J R Wilton who Was reported It up again Mr Wilson U convalesc log The doctor report little Willie Royalty a on iho mend though It will several weeks yet before ho will bo 1beClell and Henry MoAnlnoh and Mote Moore have returned from Wayne Mr Abe flames of Liberty ton of our counlyjudge elect visited Mr and Afro MoD Royalty Sunday and Moo day New corn is selling at 63 to 13 25 delivered while meal Is telling from 75 cent per bushel Bacon and lard 1are alraoii out of tight Truly the good times aro at band and why should wo not all make merry 4 At the same time turkeys are worth v only Co Mr William Ltnbam who lives onI Liberty pike three miles from ftho has killed 01 rabbit since early gathering time FIfiyteven of this number wero killed with rocket several of this umber being on the run Lao ham can ue a rock with the Skill that tbo ftvomjfe sport can uto a ride W V flatter a prominent farmer of this county commuted suicide Wednct sday by banging blcdiclf In a barn De tpondencr over health It thought to be the cause of tbo deed Mr llatvor was about 32 years old and married Deceased was a son of Squire W G Hatter and a son la law John A Law horn and wat an excellent young man HO bud been In bad health for the past 1 ear and underwent an operation at Stanford last summer but seemingly bat done no good Interment at Green River banal ground yesterday after t noon KINGSVILLE W L McCarty told 60 cattle at 3 to hex J L Allen of Danville failed to OH hit appointment at tho Christian church Sunday last owing to tbo crlll cal lllnoitof hit brotbcrlnlawJolepb Knjtloman Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford was here Saturday court day Sheriff S M Owens was hero Friday J Beech or Adm of Danville was calling on par merchants Tuesday J Everard CVoigbton vliltcd Claude Pennjbacker at Somerset a few days since Mrt Mary Lear of tfan a arrlvcd Monday having boon summoned to the bedside bf her father Wm Murphy Sr who remain very III of lung trouble Mrs MolinLeyDaniel Hester It able to bo out after an attack of grip Illness prevented our Attendance at the school exhibition last Friday eve ning but wo learn from others that It creditable performance throughout Each one Including tbo little fellows acted well hit part and Mrt Taylor rendered assistance by singing a very sweet solo accompanied by the guitar Miss Grlllln has taught I a very successful school and In all probability will meet with no opposition Wiould she desire to teach another set Von She addressed her audience at close of the exercises thanking the plAents of the pupils for tbo assistance Ibo had received from them and saying she bad been greatly encouraged The children seem devoted to Mitt Grlflln and she undoubtedly has bad a good ItNapd girls mingling with tbo church at too recent protracted meeting SPECIAL ROUND TRIP HATES C O RAILWAY Commencing Jan 1 1002 roundtrip tickets will bo sold bo tweeo all stations of the C ft O Rail way except between Cbarlotteavlllo and Washington and between Lexlng ton and Louisville and Intermediate l stations at a reduction from the local psesenJ Coleman Mltebum a Negro schoolteacher at Paris Tenn shot and fatal fywounded his wife and set the house Q flro was afterward killed by an olIloer while resisting arrest U T McIntyre 8t Paul Minn who has been troubled with a disordered atom Chamberlains Stomach andach says Liver Tablets do me more good than say thing 1 have over taken For tale Craig t Docker druJglitBj Crab Orchard J S Damcron continues quite lllbut Is reported better This section has been visited by a co plus fall of rain and the weather Is renderingIan Our merchants have a display of Christmas novelties of every variety and price J R Edmlllon making a specialty of notions and certainly ev ery ono can be served with anything needful for Christmas The carpenter are working early and late on Dave Smiths new house to that at least a portion of can bo occupied by the family who are yet living In an out house before bad weather comet The new residence will be quite a nice addlttda to C O After a long residence hero Mr and Mrs Isaac Herrln are making arrange meats to go to their new home In Stan ford ranch to the regret ot their many friends They will bo greatly missed hero but our lose wilt be gain to Stan ford The best wishes of tbelr friends will ever attend them In their new place of abode Mm J O Wills visited friends In Richmond this week J J Brooks spent several days In the city After a pleasant visit to friends here Mrs Sam Scott returned Wednesday to her home In Somerset Little Mary daugh ter of Mr and Mu S P Gray felt a day or two since and broko her collar bone Mr Frank Edmliton Is on tbo Ick list The Sunday schools always alternate here with regard to tbe Christmas tree It falling to the Baptists this time on Christmas eve All are cordially in vited to take part In making a success of It The different committees desire that the tree may be made as lovely In appearance as possible and especially request that every poor child In tbo vi cinity be kindly remembered Wade Perkins of I3eauyvllloli with home folks until after the holidays Miss Pauline Uardln s quite of pneumonia Boyle Vans and Keith two brlcht little 1008 of Mr and MrsCbai Singleton have both had a very severs form of croup but are reported bettor Mrs Caahdollar ot Indiana Is with her mother Mrs Ziegler with the hope of regaining her falling health Miss Liz zie Bcazley spent several days last week with bcr brothorDr WS Beaz Icy In Lancaster MATRIMONIAL WC Dlshou 23 and Miss Nettle Padgett 17 were married at the brides residence Wednesday In the Wayne burg section Near Portland Ind David Carlo shot and probably fatally wounded Ma bel Darlington who bad rejected him Ifo then committed suicide Uncle Georgn Carpenter colored aged 81 years this week for the third time became a groom when bo was unl ted In marrlngo to Mary Brand aged 23 weight 225 pounds Advocate None of his children who wero bit terly opposed to tho union attended the marriage of Senator Blackburn to Mrs Mary E Blackburn In Washing ton Only tbo slater of the bride and two Intimate friends attended tbo core mooy CHURCH MATTERS Methodists now have 47041 ministers and 7833450 members The Salvation army will feed 1000 poor people at Louisville Christmas day Too Fourth Avenue Southern Meth odist church Louisville which cost 75000 It to be dedicated next Sun dayTbo Bulgarian brigands holding Miss Stono In captivity bitterly complain about the missionarys efforts to con vert thorn to Christianity CHAMBERLAINS STOMACH AND LlVtlt TABLETS Try them When you fool dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste In tbo month When your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When you feel bilious They will Improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your Hvei and bowea For sale by Craig Hocker druggists a Hon Berry Howard just jailed on an old Indictment charging him with be ing ono of the murderers of Gov Goo bo was first a democrat then a Brownie and then a republican but is now according to his pronunclamento to the public a Know Nothlng Lou livlllo Times TA LEns UUCKBYB PILE OINTMFKT has been thoroughly tested for many years poitive core for this most die Itreseiog and embarrassing of troubles ecotsI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J H Davis aged 79 IdcadDear Burgln Mrs Mollie Barnes of London was declared insane Tbo court of appeals affirmed tbe IQ year sentence of the Madison circuit agatoltDooLoworv MUllooIces will be advanced to tbo presidential class January 1 BArdwell and Berea ScottsIburIodJailer F M Snumato Informs tbe Advocate that Reuben Quinn requests that no pictures be made of him and that tbe condemned mans request will be carried out Maj E W Llllard sold to W T Henry his storeroom building in Dan vllio now occupied by John B Stouts drug store Dr Montgomery office and Knights of Pythias Hall for 17 GOONowiCary Indicted for murder Charles White for robbery and Ro land Wheeler for hog stealing all Negroes who escaped from all at Nlobol asvllle In June were captured In Cin cinnati and brought back Berry Frazier aged 70 a farmer died at Nlcholasvllle after a years Ill ness ofcaacer Five children survive him Mrs L Bourne Mrs Frazier of Nlcholasvllle Mrs Frank Scbley John and James Frazier of Lexington The Science lull 011 and Gas Co was organized at Somerset with a capital took of 125000 It Is composed of W J Goodwin Cy Langdon and J F lades The company will begin drill Ing eared miles North of Somerset as soon as tbe machinery which bat been contracted for arrives F W Wiser of Knoxville one of the promoter of Kentucky oil fields In Wayne county report that there are produclolrels of oil dally The tbreo Strubbo wells run tho best their combined out put being 025 barrel a day There is one well with 60 barrels daily capacity one with 75 and two wltb 15 There arc two other wells which havo an abundance of oil but are not yet shot All of this oil Is now piped to Somerset LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J T Eoibry sold to E H Boazley Co a marc for 1125 B P Woods bought of W P Glvecs 15150 pound hogs at 6o- Narragansott turkeys for sale Mrs E P Wood Stanford 2t Tom Pence bought of John Wood 50 ewes and two bucks at 13- G C Thompson of Paris sold 65 cattle at Sic and 30 bogs at same Five good young cows with young calves W M Bright Stanford 2t John Ranoy sold to J H Baughman Co 50 barrels of corn at 13 delivered Frances Hall purchased ot T C Rob inson of Winchester an 8 months old Shorthorn bull calf for 1200 Write to T A Bradley Danville and secure English Berkshire boars and gilts not akin by imported boars Edgewood the former home of Old lien Hardin near Bardstown and a hlstorlo old place was sold for 19095 A M Pence sold to E P Woods eight 1100 pound heifer at 3ic five 000pound heifer at Ilia and 15 200 pound hogs at5c Glover Kyle sold B F Sanders a car of hogs for the 10th of January deliv ery at Sic and another for 10th of July at Co Harrodsburg Democrat In a car of 32 mares shipped by Gen try Bros of Lexington to E N son of Eaton 0 18 were killed infighting before reaching their destlna lion Loss 93000 Advocate J F Cook bought in Fayetto and Bourbon 20 Shorthorn cows headed by the great bull Pure Gold at fancy prices He has sold tbo calves tram them to Senator J W Bailey at 180 to goat weaning time W M Dodd of Hustonvlllo sold to Mode Nichols of Lexington a high acting gelding for 9450 David Skin nor of the same place sold to Harbl laD of Lexington a gallop trot and canter horse for 6250 Dave Wilcox of Madison Is back CaptRer 001 ones He started Arthur W hvo times and was never behind the money and finished second at Jackson WilcoxtbloklIng Disease and danger lurk in the vItalor gene The blood becomes vitiated and the general health Is undermined when ever the stomach and liver laU to perform their functions as nature intended HER DINE will tone up the stomach regulate the liver where other preparations only roleve Price 50 cents Pennys Drug Store The Georgia good roads convention Is in session at Atlanta RwIi MT VERNON Tom McClure has been sworn In as town marshal Tbe Signal is tanking preparations for bringing out a big Christmas num ber- The oil question continue to warm up and some rare old bustling to sc cure territory not already taken F11 Hardy has been appointed form warding freight agent at White Rock a prepay station two miles South of this place Casey Owsley whose picture appeared In your last Issue was named In hon or of Casey county wbo e people al ways gave Judge Mike Owsley a largo majority In his various races Tbe writer was in Lancaster Wed nesday While there bo learned that tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL has a list of 200 subscribers at that office most of them having taken the paper for years and propose to continue It After ono weeks illness of pneumo nia Hiram Fish died last Saturday at his home In this place The remains were taken Sunday to Fountain Read Tenn for burlalln the family lot J B Put and wife George T Fish and daughter Eva and John and Minor eons of deceased atteadedtbojburlal Mr Fish was a good citizen and his family have the sympalbyof all Lancaster has an up to date telephone exchange since they have moved into their new quarters above Stormesdrug store All the principal streets have tall poles cables ore used across public square and everything has a much Improved appearance Tbe ser vice Is splendid no otberilexcbango gives better In the State Mrs Hobbs and daughter Miss Lenna the day operators aro experts at theflwork and give general satisfaction to patrons Little Marguerite Fish who has been critically of pneumonia Is some bet tor Sbe has not been Informed of ber father death Dick Cummins has moved to property recently purchased of R H Livesay and the latter now occupies the Croucher house on Rich mood street When In Lancaster Wednesday wo found our mountain man James I White hard at work with his several contracts Ho has re cently added marble works to bis line and Is turning out some beautiful work In monuments and tombstones Rev Oliver Wallln was thrown from a horde near Bee Lick and badly bruis ed up Judge Williams made a horse back trip to Woodstock Monday Mr F H Hardy writes back from Ala bama that Mrs Hardys health Is but little improvedHustonville Rev G W Mills will preach at the Christian church here next Sunday Como In and look at the Xmas Irlx Wo love to show goods whether you buy or not Our line of toys dolls books chinaware silverware lamps clocks jewelry etc to now on exhi bition and at prices that will make sales Make your selections before the stock Is picked over Always a fresh line of drugs on hand and prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours night or day Prices the lowest O W Adams 2t TO GEP RID OF A TROUBLESOME CORN First soak It in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing the blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice dally rubbing vigorously for five minutes at eachapplication A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect It from the shoo As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheuma tism Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by Craig 3 Hocker druggists L The assault on Mrs Dennis in Wash ington Is becoming more complicated During several lucid Intervals sbo re ferred to a note book containing the name of women The police are search leg for this book and believe It will give them a valuable clew to the as sailant of Mrs Dennis W B Flew lag ot Louisville for whom tbe injur ed woman asked arrived in Washing ton and may bo ablo to aid In clearing up the mystery Uncle Cyrus Say this glass eye haint no good 1 want my money backOptlclaoNo good Uncle Cyrus Haint wutb a tinkers darn Cant see a bit better with tbe blame thing than I kin without Worms take refuge In tho small mice tine whore they can eaally multiply IFiiiTEs OBKAM VIKMIFUOK will destroy these parasites The verdict of the peo pie tells plainly bow well it has succeed ed Price 25 cents Pennys Drug Store The whisky trade committee at its meeting In Cincinnati indorsed two bills now before the National House of Representatives one providing for a 70cent tax on spirits and the other making allowance for leakage James Kelley a wellknown politi clan of Paris It dead b + rt rx f G L CAHPEXTEUYo G WITHERS u I Hitch Your Wagon to a Startverybestdesirable things away up in merit are the goods we are showing and which we want you to examine Theyre tjill they look to beandmore Its simply fol lowing destiny to buy Ifere 11 Withers Furniture Co I STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 hack If youre not satisfied mILLER KIRSCH Danville XMAS PRESENTS Dont decide on your presents before visiting Muellers Jtwelry Store and seeing his nice line of SILVER NOVELTIES GOLD JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS WATCHES CLOCKS AMERICAN IMPORTED CUT GLASS All pretty combinations of the most use ful and ornamental standard goods at the lowest possible prices ALL GOODS AS REPRESENTED REBATE STAMPS GIVEN W H Mueller The Jeweler I LADIESA WORD ABOUT THAT XMAS PRESENT Dont worry about itcome to us This is n mans store nnd wo are used to the hobbies of men in regard to wearing apparel We have waited upon the majority of then in town and can be of valuable assistance to you in choosing something appropriate We have taken special care in our purchases for Christmis and have something to satisfy the taste and fit the pocketbook of everybody They are now open for your inspection Neckwear Mufllers Silk Hand kerchiefs Fancy Suspenders Lndies and Gentlemens Fine Suspenders Hats Gloves Overcoats Umbrellas tc Dont delay too long Purchases made now can be held and de livered when orde- redCummins S McClarys I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON II a Candidate for Railroad Commluloner for the 2d Olitrict tubiect to the will of the democracy TUE Cincinnati Enquirers Prank fjrt correspondent figures the Senatorial contest as follows For McCreary 25 for Cantrlll 10 for Wheeler 17j for 3mith15 j uncertain but probably for McCrcary 11j uncertain but probably against McCreary 12j wholly doubtfu1 1 Giving McCreary the 11 uncertain members he will have only 36 votes or t 14 less than a sufficient number to nom- Inate and for this the correspondent figures that the first ballot will find each Of tho four candidates strong enough to r encourage his friends In settling down to a long fight This publication Is eVe idently Inspired by tho opposition Gov McCreary la dead sure of more- than 40 votes on the first ballot and a nomination on the second after certain members have complimented certain candidate It Is the field against Mc Creary like it was In tho Congressional convention a few yeara ago but tho conspirators cant throw the same trick that was thrown then McCreary has made his calling and election sure and the General Assembly will simply have to ratify the will of the people DEMOCRATIC Senators held their first caucus of the session Wednesday to consider committee assignments Senator Jones of Arkansas was reelected chairman Senator McLaurln was the only one elected as a democrat who was not present It was decided at the meeting to make a vigorous fight against several changes on committees proposed by the republicans The reo publicans did not provide for Senator Wellington and the democrats could find no place for him TOM HAMPTON who was hanged tt Lake City Fla Friday confessed to five murders and strange to say did not claim that bo was going straight homo to glory According to the statement ofx the average murderer who Is executed five murders ought to entitle him to a very high seat in the kingdom prepared for them who slay their fellow man AN effort to InCrease the pay of su preme court judges to 815000 and cir cult judges to SJOOO will be made in Congress Why not turn over the treasury to these overworked but poor ly paid judges POLITICAL Senator PorakeV has declared for Roosevelt for president In lOa Plaits man Wakeman has been re quested to resign as appraiser of the port of New York S John E Newman was appointed a member of the board of eomnJettlooerb of Lakeland Asylum The presidenthas sent to the Senate tie name of Thomas H Baker to be postmaster at Louisville The name of R D Bill to be United States attorney for the Western Kentucky district was seat to the Senate In the Hollo election the soldiers voted and tne American ticket was triumphantly elected by the pacified FilipinosBoer Pearson called on the president but Mr Roosevelt wouldnt discuss anything more important that r the weather Congressman Gilbert of this district was placed on the Committees of Prl vate Land Claims Expenditures and Postoflice Department Senator Martin Introduced a bill for a McKinley memorial bridge across the Potomac river at Washington at a cost of 85000000 Samuel D Rolhwell of Lancaster a good democrat and a clever man has announced bis candidacy for doorkeep er of the coming Legislature Senator Prltcbard of North Caroll na announces that he will oppose the Orumpacker bill for reducing the Souths representation in Congress Gen David B Henderson Speaker of the House of Representatives has resigned in a hull his membership in the Metropolitan Club at Washington Grant county republicans are dU pleaeed with the appointment of Mrs W H McClure as postmaster at Wil llamitown Her husband is a demo crat Republican officeholders in East Tennessee are incensed at President Roosevelts policy of not allowing them to be active in politic and several ml y f resign Kentuckians were badly treated In Speaker Hendersons committee as signments Neither Kentucky nor Ten nessee has a member on the Rivera and Harbors Committee HonR Frank Peace of Shelby vllle one of Kentuckys finest orators has announced his candidacy for cir cult judge la that district He will prove a formidable candidate Judge Wm Carroll Is the present incumbent The municipal election In Boston re eulted In an overwhelming victory for the democrats The mayor a majority ut the council and the school commis sloe were elected The mayorelect received more votes than wore ever polled for any candidate for the placer Uw aw k The Senate has agreed to vote on the ratification of the HayPauncfoto treaty Monday to which day adjournment was taken Attorneys for State Senatorelect Ed wards of Hopkins county whoso election will be contested by John Poland republican claim that Poland Is Ineli gible to the senatorshlp by reason of receiving a salary as secretary of the board of commissioners for the Wes tern Asylum In a report accompanying a favorable recommendation of hit canal bill by the Senate committee Senator Morgan of Alabama vigorously at tacks the Panama Canal Company pea pIe and also takes Great Britain to task for blocking the construction of the Isthmian waterway At the executive session of the Sen ate Wednesday Senator Bacon spoke In opposition to the ratification of tho lay Paunccfote treaty but said that while ho would vote against It ho would do nothing to obstruct ratification Senator Cullom also enoke favoring the ratification of the treaty Mayor Grainger sent his nominations for members of the two executive boards controller gas inspector and city buyer to the Board of Aldermen for confirmation All tho nominations wero confirmed unanimously except that of R Lee Sutcr as member of the Board of Public Safety Four memo bare voted against him Senator Deboe has recommended the reappointment of the following presi dential postmasters In the Eighth Con gressional district the appointments to be made as the fouryear terms expire Ludlow F Petty Shelbyvllle W L Buford Nlcholasville James H Tom llnson Harrodsburg E B Llnnoy Danville W T West Lancaster The Philippine tariff bill agreed upon by the republicans will be reported by the ways and means committee to tho House and a voto will bo taken Tuesday The democrats have react ed no decision as to opposing the bill although a minority report will be sub pitted All the representatives It Is believed will support the bill regardless of party action It may be In the power of Boss Cox to decide the political future of Senator Hanna Both Hanna and Senator For aker are striving to organize the Ohio Legislature before which Foraker stands for reelection Hanna wants to control the body to protect his own fences which aro weaker than Para kcrs The balance of power rests with the 13 Cincinnati legislators These 13 have agreed to do the bddlng of Cox and have adopted a resolution to that effect NEWS NOTES K ng Edward fixed June 26 1002 as the date for his coronation- A syndicate will spend 315000000 In developing California Iron mines Lcltobfield went dry bv 101 major ltj fn Saturdays local option election Mrs Martha Plnkston aged 72 years was burned to death In McLean county A receiver was appointed for the Omaha Neb Loan and Trust Com puny Ada Eatls was arrested at Lexington In connection with the murder of J N awklnaW Barkluy a stock trader of Liwls county was killed by a train aysvllleM Five or six bank robbers were put to light after a battle with citizens at Felicity Snowstorms are playing havoc with trafiic tn Scotland and in many parts of England Harlan Buckles was given a death sentence at Elizabeth town for tbo murder of U L Reid throe children skating on Lake Pompton N J broke through tho Ice and were drowned Three thousand bales of cotton were sold at McKinney Texas for shipment to Russia and Holland Francis Iveagb an editorial writer In Now York was shot and seriously Injured by his landlord A Buffalo man attempted suicide by drinking coal oil and then applying lIghted match to his mouth The Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company capital 13000000 was in corporated at Trenton N J Fire in the carpet bouse of Lowry do Goebel at Cincinnati caused a loss of between 75000 and 1100000 The main building of the University of Wooster at Wooster 0 burned Loss 1250000 insurance 170000 Lawrence Hager a son of State Treasurer Hager was badly burned while playing with gun powder at FrankfortA railroad line from Huntsville Ala to Leltchfleld ItyIs said to be proposed by a syndicate with a capital of 17000000 Sculptor Trentanove in a letter from London to a friend In Milwaukee de nies that he Is to marry Mrs Lucille Blackburn Lane The American Federation of Labor yesterday turned down a resolution to admit negroes Into the Central bodies in Soulhern cities Nearly one thousand Quakers were present at the opening session of the American Friends Peace Conference at Philadelphia yesterday An aged Long Island couple the husbandssavings gone and the wife blind lay down on their bed and com mitted bulolde by asphyxiation m A 13 year old girl led 100 chldren from a burning school at Chicago by playing a twostep on the piano Mrs StandfordB gifts to Leland Sandford Jr Unlversttyt make that institution the richest in existence At Copper Falls Mich John Kino nen cut the throats of three members of his family and committed suicide i Terry McGovern and Dave Sullivan have signed articles for a fight to occur pan 30 with Bob Fludminons as rot ores Eight cents per gallon exclusive of tie tax was bid ona lot of whisky at the custom house confiscatedI ville Lord Kitcheners statement showing 37 Instances where Boors killed harm less natives was Issued by the war office George Showmoker of Washington county shot by his cousin Shewtnaker as the result of a LeslieI Is dead of Iten1tuckyWoodford county aged 84 years The total valuation of property In Loulavlllo for taxable purposes for 1002 will be over 8120000000 an Increase of about 82400000 The court of appeals decided tithe Odd Fellows Orphans Home at Lexington It a private charity and not exempt from taxation John A Clark a Bath county magis trate filed suit for 85000 damages for alleged also arrest against three other magistrates and Sheriff A tcblnion At Houston Texas two policemen attempted to arrest Sid Preacher an alleged bunco Bteercr Ib the tight that followed all three of the men were killedLittle of Importance was done at tbo meeting of the uoebel Monument com mittee at Frankfort Tuesday It about decided that the monument wlIeI be of bronze After being counted as dead by his friends and physicians DickTralnum of Hopklnsville who swallowed an rocs of carbolic acid rallied and in out of danger Judge John C Ferrlss in an open letter withdraws from the Tennessee gubernatorial race He says he did not have the backlog of the machine and consequently could do nothing At a meeting of the board of trustees of the State College a new department of physical culture for women walt cre ated and Miss Florence OlTutt of Lex ington was appointed director The Board of Public Safety of Lou isville appointed Maj Sebastian Gunter chief of police with the rank of colonel and Lt Patrick Ridge assist ant chief of police with the rank of Boston Merchants Association calebraled Us 25th anniversary with a banquet Tuesday the orators being Postmaster General Smith Japanese Minister Takahjra Hoary Wattorson and Senator Hanna Judge Miller of Louisville assessed a nominal fine against the L L N Rthread Company for refusing to deliver live stook to the Central Stool Yards and by this aotlon holding his restraining order in contempt The coal famine in the South caused by the shortage of care In the Tennos see fields Is assuming dangerous pro portions Operators are losing thou sands of dollars and many Southern factories may be compelled to close Deputy Collector Hancock and posse made a raid In Adair county and cap tured a moonshine still and entire out fit three miles northwest of MIHtown The still was running In full blast when the officers reached the place b Jt the moonshiners made good their escapeThe grand jury of Hopkins county Is investigating the recent trouble at the Providence coal mines and it is reo ported a number of prominent men of Webster and Hopkins counties will be indicted aa a result The mining reo glon la quiet The trials of the union leaders was called yesterday Adjt Gen Murray has submitted his raport on the State mllltla to Gov Beckbam He recommends among other things that the State appropria tion be increased from 87000 to 825000 annually and that some provisions be made for preserving the records of the Kentucky Confederate soldiers Argument was begun before the court of appeals Wednesday In the case of the Southern railway and other com panies against Auditor Coulter The railroads are resisting the action of the State board of valuation and assess ment In certifying the franchise valua tions of railroads to the counties for taxationAppellate Judge Hobson who was appointed by tho court to make an In spection of the office of the clerk of the court of appeals has reported that the present quarters of the clerk are Inadequate for the proper care of the re cords He makes a strong argument for an appropriation by the general ac sembly for the erection of a fireproof building A company has been organized In New York for the purpose of tunneling the East and North rivers so as to run trains underground Into Now York City from Long Island and the Jersey shore The It composed of officials of the Pennsylvania and Long Island railroads An terminal It to be created at Herald Square In Now York The new company Is cap Italizcd at 81000000 S9000 WORTH OF e r i Good heavy seasonable merchandise to be sold at and below cost Waists Ladies Flannelette Shirt Waists solid lf polka dot worth 1 at 45c Furs 2 Minks USe 8350 Fur Collarettes 118- so Fur Collarettes reduced to 32- 8Comforts Good heavy comforts worth 1 go at 44o All better ones cut in half UnderwearF- ine Egyptian and Peeler cotton fleeced Vests and Pantausual price 50c now 25c Jackets and- Capes Wo must close out this department with in 10 days Ladies 1 Capes cut to 19c n better ono at C9c All ladies misses it n d chitl lrens capes and jackets cut o one hnlf their rca value JJ weeks ero of a of If of j move goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE PUBLIC I will sell at public au tl n at my hours on Eat Main areet on Saturday Doc 21 ft oclock a lot ofllouaebold of a lot and Kitchen ot furoltorllbeddlncovoAtabl- ehaltl aAirs a blackBV borne udd bur Turin made known on dny tale WAVKKLY HAMILTON Ky FOSTHDt their isatFshueTs followlag IOta tall es poet gd and they wilt paSh round teat of tJJw any 1or osro oIt rwlse trea heath toning trpplogor P tloone JIL II l0 A Pieuearta I ewlaad H V Newlanil ty P ilJltJlns W gIIrOakurJMrs J M White 8 T Harris JW W P TateJosopitUallou J M T A niceMleNarytepplra It Foster AmonJW E DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Loulivllle will be at St ASaph HotelStanford Wednesday 18 Ono day only Eyes examined and scientificallyadjusted OMce bonn I a m to p m PUBLIC SALE Having sold our farm we will sell on 19E 1901 lo the hljhet bidder at Cedar Drove f1eauat- alit tulle from on the Danville and turnpike our entire lot o- rTrottittgBred Horses about head 12 brood lot to Allle wood2l9end the rNt young xeidinge and Billet ranging from to t year by ouch tins at Mruenger Chief King Almond Mimic Ferguson Print Charlie Ceclllan lied Chief etc Among these ounll trri Indhldual we are 0030 food waletbetpoint and have always Inbreeding wehveeentoutsome UvOLt twin tedar tree Will sell aloo errrythlog pertaining to autkiei toot etc a milk cow I calf2UO uarl of corn s Yrrjr large rlcki of splendid hay farming Iraplc mOb aa bindery mowermen II of etery variety drill hey rakes COoIltowlnpertaining to farm ao0 fact orpleakandpost fence also lot of poets lumberof awed lank etc and kitcbea nurnitnreeverylhlsg Sale at s oclock as we will due to commence early to ret through Terms made known on day of ground MOCK T D English Auctioneer Will alto offer at tame tlUl8 and place the liUlltry property containing ecru of a large icalM double cribs dlilllery house mechlneryrerything thereto an to good order butbrl C MOCK Admr Mens Shoes All styles light and heavylace or congress worth 150 now OKo Outing Cloth 25 bolts outing cloth S l3c quality at 6- eUnderwear 1 lined shirts and drawers ex tra heavy at 15c 50c Ties now only 25o 25c Suspenders at 15c 25o Sox now 12c 50o Overalls go at 35c 1 Shirts go at 10c 1 Gloves go at JOe Clothing Moos 9 Suits go at 475 Mens 7 Ul at 395 Mens 0 Overcoats at Mens 150 at 75c Mens with Cape 2 quality 128 Mens 2 Corduroy at 125 Mens heavy winter worth 50 at 25c It will pay you to como and examine our clothing stock IajIfJQ III q Worsted- All wool goods solid colors and plaids worth COcynrd in this salo only 25- cSundries Yardwide Percale 5e IIColton 5c All Calicoes go at 4c 50o Fascinators 25c GOo Corsets go at Zi- tUmbrellas 28in steel rod Gloria Silk Umbrellas wero 750 now 39c Blankets 104 lllankela whito and gray size at 4Uc pair L550 Blankets at SOc Boots Shoes Rubbers Get our prices it rom pare with those of any in townand you will see we save you at least 50 per cent Ladies Shoes from G9c up Misses Shoos from 4r up Boys Shors from Sjc tip Months Hive dwindled into and Tong Louisville Store Stanford will be thing the past you havent tnkCn advantage this Great Closing Out Sale do so now these prices ill the Salinger Bros Prors Wholesale Mud Retail Stanford Ky SALE 19OI- berinnluznt tMdroom valuable Rowland iwwlnr itmtt- y llooneO Waller Warren December glaisei Thursday Doc ratrrtjn weanllngt oldi training tablecar hams umelot 110u18bo14 son tocommeoee pertelnln Mens fleece only store 300 Panta Mackintoshes Pants Caps dress large worth other file Ky boo Xmas Dolls in price from 5c to 3all sizesJ kinds and colors You cant help being pleased o XJa Presents 1ntH1Books Building BlflH Doll Dinner Sets and Tables b e OwAACA Large Selection of ee latest Novels and Standard Works e te MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ETC 01 t111Bi t4 Favor us with a call told wo will do till we can to nu11e1 your visit to our store pleasant CRAIG HOCKER This space for i HOLIDAY GOODS next issue GEORGE H FARRIS CO- t FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADEa Wo aro ready to wait on the holiday trade with candles nuts fruits or anything in Fancy Groceries For present ace our Chamber Sets Hall Swinging Library Lamps and all kinds of CHINA WAKE Heating Stoves and Cook Stoves with i guarantee backs Our line of Hardware U uptodate Nails Wire Lime Cement Salt Our phone number Is Ucal1 usup 14 lit+++ ++++ ++ + + + ++ lt+ 14 I JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Jh j t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky IE3 13 1001 J y In Oiling your prescriptions wo uso too right medicines in the exact of done and with proper care Wo could H not do better II yon paid ut doublo the price which It always reasonable Pen nye Dru Storo rnPERSONALS S P STAQO was In ShelbyX IMnji hero Wednesday Mn AND Mns MARK HARBIN wore In Danville yesterday Mils Jots 11 MOUMTt of LaGrango It visiting relatives berekBORN to the wife of Morris Fred a 101pound son ye terdayIeMits P E KEMI and children Join ed Mr Kump tu St Loubal juhasMRS Jot S Riot spout several days with MM Dr Wilson In Louisville ELMER QOOCII of the MuKlnncy section U very low of typhoid fever Mull F D BAUOCI8 visiting her mother Mrs M K Flub In Crab Or chardMBBDAUKBll S LYTLe and W DC Penny of Danville wore hero thlj morning MRS It L DAVISON and little daughter are visiting relatives at Moreland Dit WILLIAM SHBLTON left for Nashville today to spend the holidays with hit wife Mil E U MiLLBtt and wife of Hook cattle aro visiting relatives in tbo Hubble section Mlt JAOOII OlNSliunu wont to Cin cinnati Wednesday to pay for toroo properly ho bought thorn MISBKS ELLA MAY AND Sosm SAUN 0 UKR3 spent several days with Mm J J Cornollion In Lexington Mn JRSSK F Goon is over from Lexington to too his lather Mr S II Cook who continues very ill Wi K deeply sympathize with Mr and Mrs John M Farra of Lancaster In the loss of their liMIt born Wednesday MnB T M BOLLISU of PlaovUlo U down to tee her father Mr Monroo Curtis who lot his volco a few day s ago MILS BBTTIB UROAUDUS left Wed nesday for Ashevllle KO to spend few weeks with her tlcMr Mn B H Ballard Mns ALiOrt LYTIH and son Maeit Lylle are back from Mercer eountj aatiIAed that tfcftiVs no oounty Ilk e LincolnA lb plaque of Mr Samuel M Wllhlle tIm new ally coo troller appeared In jesMwday Coo r ier Joaraal MK JOHN IT OKU of Baltimore Md wilt spool SaWrday and Sunday with hit wlfsa ooatln MM AllieLutk at Huetonvllle DK It GoLUfcTKiN the o Plola 0 wfll s be at tile St Asaish Hotel WtdMf day Dee IStb one day only Doa t fall to see him MH8 J K PORTMAN Of ibis Ice drew DM ol tits LcwiwUlt Posts pox tie prize tim lucKy number being 7 Mrti The pre was a borseshow autograph y W O WilKKRlTT formerly of Lan castor has been named to luoooed J A Kldgely as solloillng freight agent of the Louis 7illo k Nashville In Now Orleans UKV J L WEIIKB president of Kentucky Wcsloyau College Win t trcheeter le with Rev W E Arnold and will preach at tho Methodist church Sunday morning and night LANCASTER friends received word Sunday of a charming young lady wh Joined the household of Rev II N Faulconer and wife of Hlllsboro Grandpa Will Mason Is high Central Record LOCALS FRESH milk cow for sale J P Jones WINDOW sash sod doors at Hlggin s iMcKlnoeyBIt HUNDREDS of artIcles at 25o presents Severance Sons CHRISTMAS presents ot anything in the Jewelry lino at Embry t Engle mans Academy and two tenant houses on creek for sale II O Farrle at FOR RENT Either of qtwo rest deuces on West Main Street W P Walton BETTER join ocrowwdthat will g from here to Hustonvlllo tonight to sco Among the Breaker i IK you want good shoes for lose than you ever bought or over will buy roB dont fall to attend our closing out 8Rlo of gents furnishings J Plonee Tilt Wayne Oil ft Gas Co of county flied articles of lnchrporatlo- In 0 tho office of the secretary of State yesterday It has 84000 capital stock and J W Lockridge J C Barkorand W M Myor all of Husionvillo ore V the chief stockholders SOLID Gold Silver and Novelty Watches at Embry ft Engleraane Tim scaffold at Danvlllo on which Reuben Quinn Is to be executed le ba InR built WE will buy a few hundred bubo millet seed If ottered promptly J Baughman ft Co A Q S C TRAIN ran from Nicholas vlllo to High Bridge a distance of 12 in sown mlnutclIp REMEMUER wo make a specialty ofrand trait See ue for mas bill Higgins it McKinney JOEn WIIITI willsell at coin next Thursday lUtb all of billC household and kitchen furniture etc Bee lidcTUIIIEsMrI Christian has about 2600 for tbo Christmas market 10 far Be paid Oo per pounds them DR R A JONBS II the holder of JO In tbo Home 011 Co which basa st bored a gusher near Parnell in county SrI our now ware UnderGlare andt OoldIn baking dishes and Beta Cheap and durable John Bright Jr k Co ATTEND W D MoRobert opening holiday good from 8 to 10 tonhrbtC orchestra will be on hadd course sweet music FlNBD Ed Jo W111 Leo and0 Sam Owens Hooker colored were fined 85 caoh In Judgo Carton court for riding freight trains DOING Till RIGHT 4IINO Marshal R G Jones 1s doing the right thing byI cleaning up tho streets Lot him keep tbo good work a going DONT forget Old Fiddler e Contest on Xmas evening 25th nt Walton Opera tliouso TIckets aro bolo engaged from everywhere MUSIC RATS Fred Dunn of Row land sot live steel trap for musk rats tbo other night and the next morning be found four rate and a foot In them IK the Ilo New picture of Murderer Reuben Quinn It a true Ilkc oofe the Negro ought to have been hung years before bo killed Policeman Crum CANDIHS OANDIBS I have every findsat to tho ohmpMl stick Finest assort went of candy In town Prides very reasonable Call and see my cloak John FI Meier MB M D BLMOKK has hQwisoraely painted papered and repaired tit storeroom lately occupied by J 7orterrln sad u movies his took of goods croeertee eta late it He will remodel the one be ruoalae likewise Tar SelivolMaata a hHuwrime play will bs glrea by td a children of the public school of Ora Urobardsext Wednesday venlofiJ8ib from 7 to 9 Oo end aid thee young JHlUIleln their earaeet eadatver to ob twin library Admission cheap IOSTMASTKR J C FtOllBNCB bat hoed r eoasme ded by Sonator Deboe for reappolutraenl as postmaster of Stanford for another tour year term Mr foresee has no opposition wo are glad to say and his appointment will be sent bv President Roosevelt to tbo Senate within a taw doge An A so licllon ALL person intereslcd In rural free delivery for Lincoln county are requested to call at tho edits of Attorney W S Dutch and sign petition for tamo Tho county U in need of such convenience and we believe that alt CongressmaioGilbert can secure it for us By a pushcQd VANHOOk Mr J H Vanhookwho sustained serious Injuries being thrown from the brldgo In front of her fathers died at Mr O J Crow yesterday of tornooQ at 4 oclock She had never regaIned entire consciousness and her death was not a surprise to those who know tho extent of her Injuries Mr a antrwas a most lent lady Years ago ihe Joined tbo Christian church and she had olneo been a most consistent member Death hold no fears lor her and having lived a Godly life she was ready and willing to moot her Maker Her death Is ape oullarly sad one however for besides her fond husband a little daughter e loft to tool keenly the loss of an angel mother Every possible effort was made to save Mrs Vanhook but tho fearful crushing of her skull and other inju rise were too great for her frail form and now all that le mortal of the loving wife and tender mother lies under tho sod In Buffalo Springs Cemetery Eld J Pinkerlon conducted a boautlfu service at tho grave at J oclock this afternoon in the presence of a largo crowd of sorrowing friends who bad gathered to pay their last tribute of reaped to the good woman May God 10 isle goodness help tho broken hearted husband to bear his burden and tako caro of tbo little daughter who If yet too young to realize her great lose LOT hand mado harness J C Mo Clary A LOT of new carpet and rugs at Beazley do Hays SEE tbo big oaf Percale at Tic Severance S SOae- HoLmAY Wedding presents at Embry It Eaglomana BUY the little girl u cloak at cut ces Severance SOOIlIt PLACE your order for pIctures now ite tiacray can please you HOLIDAY Neckwear Mutllers and Silk Handkerchief tat Cummin k Mc FRBSH ChaseS Sanborna Best In too world Higgle ft McKinney ly FARMERS Please returnour tsheat- nake or call and pay for tbemJ H Baughman k Co millers MAttE your friend a Xmas present of 0SacravTHREE cottages ono on Logan and wo on Ybltloy Avenue for rent Four and six rooms Dr JF Peyton WILL take farm products In ex change for coal feed etc or sell you for cash J H Baugbman It SPECIAL Wo have four sowing ma hines with fiveyear guarantees will at out prIces for the Xmaa trade Higgins ft McKinnoy + Wlrequested for Monday night Important business is to b transacted J L Bcazley M W I HAVE moved Into the room ooeI door East of my old Moreroom wiser I will be glad to wall on my old sus lomers and as many now one as WilY come M D Elraoro ROUND DOKBN Marshal It G Jones landed a round down prisoners In Jail yesterday They were Jamea Mitchell and Fields Salter for drunk onnesf Allen Hansford and wife for fighting and the following for gaming Cal Mlddloton Tom Evans Nub Em bry Will Lewis Wllllo Hansford Charley Peyton Will Bogie and Dab Crow The latter eight wOO fined 111 each KRNNROV After a protracted ill new of typhoid fever Howard the year old son of Mr and Mrs K D Kennedy died at McKlnnoy Wednes day He was an unusually bright parentse returned a few months ago from Ada I T where they spent coin a time 1OLD PiDorKn8 CsatN18STThe in i eentlciMn have eniared In the hOld Plddicn OontMt at Waltons Opera HOHW Christmas night Juilco M O Euury Dr J P Pay ion Stanford Alex Mania Rowland Armp Dawenn Mt Xwnia John Traylor Gilbert Creek Gab Salter Paint Llok Sam Ditbop Tarnirfvlllt Larkin Hioks Dro4tiad Prank Vallundlnjjbnm So eow Hill- CORRLN A visit lo Corbln the otb day revealed the fet that that is one of the best business towns In the moun tains A doses years ego there we f not a halt dozen houses at the n then known as Lynn Camp but no Corbin is a city of no mean pretension- with some 1000 or moro inhabitant Few towns of its size have moro Btorea roehd town overy pcrma 1aoocy Corbin covers nearly as much as Stanford and if she coo tin ues to grow aa rapidly as she has been she will more than rival Lincolns cap Hal in population The pay roll of ibo L t N Ibero monthly la an sum and at least ihreefourlha of tb money is spent at homo All buelae Is done on the 30 day credit plan which Booms to bo satisfactory to the mer chants A monument to tbo good pe pie of the town Is a Y M O A build Ins which has recently been creole and which la indeed a credit to th 0 place It Is a handsome structure and will no doubt prove to bo the source much good Railroad men and other patronize it liberally and many pleasant hours are spent there by them Corbln has hud several destructive lIre lately but ground is too valuable there to lot it remain Idle and buildings go upon the burned district almost before the smoke dies away Among the pea pie wbo aro doing well there are M D A Twaddle who conducts an upt data restaurant D O Stephenson al formerly ot thIs county and Joe A Hardln wbo mottled Miss Julia Doug tae here Mr HardIn bee an express run from Corbin to Norton and Dl Stephenson draws a handsome Bala for his work In the clerical department of the L L Ns business While Ihoro are scores of boarding houses In Co bin a good hotel Is conspicuous for ii absence and it has always been a wonder to us why ore hat not been It Is a fine opening for a good boatel and some man Is missing a good oppor- tunIty in not putting up one DIG cut In prices on all cloaks Sev Itrance Si Sons + itnOllYWalions Opera House tomorrow fore 3 noon afternoon and eveDIDgIf FRIDAYS INTBRIOR JOORNAL anrived at Waynesburg Monday slier 4i noon just 60 hours later than ibey L should have It looks like It Is go f log to te nocoisary for us to kill a f 0ourTHIS AND THAT Q It B Wilkinson bought a lot of fjCalevCharley Splllman bought 635 of land near Pleasant Hill Mercer counQ for 815000 D C Allen bought of E T Pence a lot of lambs at Cc some from various tI parties at same prlcecarload of cattle 750 pound average at 3 carload or1 hogs and callle at 41 to 5 00 for the for find 2i to 3c for the latter Several young ladles In a New York rr town have joined an antimatrimony club lo encourage a life of single bikeIt is probable that lisle club was organized by the daughter of an editor e follTheroDay young lady resigning her membership In the club when oho receives an otter from an eligible young roan Bryans Commoner An helrcbs to a fortune of 84000000 or more Oiled Katberlno Roberts Is a singer In the chorus of a comic opera at a salary of 820 a week Six weeks ago she applied for a place in tbo cho gotltIono cipal parts and a few nights ago sub stlluted In the role creditably She admits she bad a llllle mlsunder standing with her mother which pre cipitated matters but declares she would have adopted the profession la lor1 If she bad oat dono so sooner Mies Roberts la a Now York girl and has lived the last 10 years of her life between New York and Paris She Is the daughter of a widowed mother- ForfmilqueefunumberleeewapeDAt LARDS Sooty LINIMENT Iea useful and valuable remedy Price 25 and CO cents 1onnye Drug Store Estray Horse A gray horse about IS years old came to 4my lilnce 16 months ago Owner can tet him by klopJOHN Public Sale At piwe on the Somerset pike 1q ThurdayIerr an ut my household and kitchen furnl taro oonitaraUvoly new I family Iwrce bunyand about down chtckOffl Terms each J White TURKEYS All who have good fat tnrkoys to tell please roh them n all I wont buying tttun A week An paying coats per pound for goal stock J CHRISTIAN Stanford Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na litITuesday in J 1802 between 0 undJS for the purpose of electloc director yearOr Cashier Stockholders Meeting 0A meeting of tho stockholders of tho LID coIn National Dunk of Stanford will secondwpurposeIJ B OW8LEV Cashier StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of tho First National Rank of Stanford will be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1002 for the purpose of electing directors for tho ensuing year JOIN J SIcROllERTS Cashier + + IIIIIIII + lf 11 + + lllll ilA RUBBER DOCTOR dff lIE home without a Hot Water Bottle lacks that something which may be needed any hour of the day or night A soft yielding ofrubber bag that applies heat as nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for hours HEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and soothes the nerves With a hot- r water bottle you can have heat at BOts best No scorching and a even temperature Those wo otTer are made as they should hoof onset Para rubber with reinforced Beams All sizes and ryevery size at a bargain PBNNYStDRUG STORE rvStanford Ky ++l1 tH ++ 1III t+ Ladies Shoes 4 ther9 Ta Fit for a Queen The best Shoe Ulan and Machinery- Can make In Kid Yici Patent Heavy Welt Extended Sole With a cushion Insole making it warmer and very flexible Ladles who want a heavy sole yet complain of them hurting their leet should try the Ultra price 8360 Try me is a perfeetly trimmed and a perfect Utter only 1200 H J McROBERTS TO QUIT THE LINE We offer our entire stock ofiGents 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 600 Ilanan Shoes cut to 400 500 Ilanan Shoes cut to 298 350 Eclipse Shoes reduced to 200 150 Coarse Shoes now 100 JOHN P JONES Stanford Kentucky Tell Us Your Troubles waysIfat these prices for CASH All oaliooes lie See what we have in sterling Solid pink and blue Outing silver at 26 and The 0 cents Infants zophyr gacques 25c lOo lercal l 7c and tOc 10 4 blankets 46c Other Infants mocoowius 10 A The IIvervbodyllIK the nols at 2fio real value 60e best line of niens women All lOc and 124o flannelettes chldions Shops in Stanford at8c Royal silk underwear salOlllItHoodsTable covers and dresser 6c to BOc carfn Shetland floss all colors at Damask and rope portelrres iJ cents Come and let us show you what wo havewe cant mention all here Prices right Severance Sons To Strike Oil call at TilE HARtES WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY Our stock is complete in every sense Prices are below the Trenton Rook where the oil is found Our Shoe Stock equals that of any city at 25 per cent 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 I TONIGHTt W B McRoberts DRUGGIST TtaWlORJOURK1 Bntmd n tht pottoffice at Stanford at- aoondcMu matter rvbllakawttTuoStay grad 3fzitSavw art 51 PER YEAR CASH W When not sopalda aOoVlll beehtrgtd KNOXVILLE DIVISION 211ntn8olniNnrth It a 241am6II 25II II South 1t39am M1J1I2ImFor aillrolnt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No2J AmlTMttsunfordit 1OS No 2t LMTC Stanford at 210 AM No21 AnlyeeattKowUndil 1200 No22 Leases Stanford at 280 r u i COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business T am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a of your patronage I handle the best of T L 8HELTON Rowland Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgles A McKlnneys Star Telepbons No 43 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinnoy Xv Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal ShlpstutT Bran Chick en Feed So Prices very reasonable Ous torn grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stan lord and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stan toed In grafts and land with exception of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and woe good fenc lug timber though no dwelling only a con crib It Is a very desirable place W1I1 sell at 125 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T D Bright k Co win hold on February 28 102 a big JAOK SALE at which time t0 odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but arst class Jacks solicited- av Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FHRTC FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south of McKlnnoy on Mlddlebur ITS acre under fence and 165 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold in two tracts ot about eual amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J B MORLEY McKlnnoy Ky GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Oeo Holmes storb near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people worth of your money will always find bargains at my store I am oiling secondhand to new al o new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Flue Shoes Hats Oaletc 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 Cell and see me when you come to town- CINCINNATI RROAIN STORE M REISER Piton Vitae OreDo you know what It M If not it will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing THEO NOIL Geolo gist Chicago 11 or N H Booze Agt JVlarksbury Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD IT- OapltalStotk 150000 Sarplm 110000- TklslnitltutlonorlglnalljeiUbUihed u tbs D pitBank of Stanford In 1853 then reorganised si National Bank of Stanlord in ISM andagali- Waniied M ths Fiat National Bank of Stanford B 1362 his had practlcallj anuninterrupted salsa uabrclyurs It Is better supplied now wit j dlltlei for traniactlng Dullness promptly and t enllTthanMer before In its long and honoiab and Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries ad UilTidnalstolloUedDIRSCTOII tWUteoUOoj JW IlayJsaStanf Barrli II H Baufhman SBocksr TP Hill WP Walton WATrlbbU 3 H OoUUrCrab Orohd Ju Robinson Hubbli II DElmort8l nf rd orFICS- 8I ocbrlrldtnt McBotsrti Cuhler r Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In Qratclaas style Experienced men to do It and work guaran can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ky A S PRICE jDentist Stanford Kys Ofllo ow MtltbGtaDrox Slor in the Owalt Building Farm For Sale A farm of acres X mile from NeaV Creek Church Lincoln County for sale Some timbered and some cleared land house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky JHBOONECO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STHHFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Itcasonabl Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No Ot ERDILLEHAYDANVILLEKY Manufacturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED FnornirroR Try me on grinding If I do not satisfy you I not ask to again Mr James tlburn head miller for 3 Bauchman k 00 for years Is now with mo Call at my- mill fo- rloir Foal Bfcipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a hare of your pltronage promising to give JOu the best me but bear In mind always that I need your atronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ G+ M c 1J MeGll tTNDEar EMBAL IERA- ndDealearln SABWESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDEBTAEEHB Also DXAIXU III FurnltureMatUngsRugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 110000- 0enor to The Farmers Bank A That Compan and under same management oontlnu ou ljr lot K Years Solioits Your Bank Accountop- ing inch boilnws relations will prove mutua ly beueodal and plea DIR OTORS Je SrJJ i A W W iiitmminJ S U8b nki JF Cub J H OwaUj OFFICERS in I nOwslevCushierW Ant Cub The Smallest Ropublto In the World The smallest republic jn point of area ia Goust in the Lower Pyrenees It docs not occupy one entire mile of plyieidonn l have recognized its indo 1pendenco na n State for more thnu 250 years Goust has about 160 people who elect their president every eover years In point of population there fore it is larger than another babv republic Tnvolurn an lnt1ln fow miles Northeast of Sardinia whirl numbers barely 50 souls Tavolnra is five miles in length bynbout five eighths of a mile in breadth Sonic G5 years ago the absolute dominion or tho island was bestowed by Charles Albert King of Sardinia upon the native family of tho Barbalconi whoso chief forthwith assumed tho title of King Paul I He was likewise King Paul tho last for ou his death in 1882 he desired that tho kingly title bo buried with him anti tho monarchy bo transformed into a republic No opposition was made by his relatives The islanders drew up n constitution under which they elect n president every six years together with a council of six Tho suffrage is extended to men anti women alike No salary is paid to either tho president or tho members of the council It is note worthy that Goust and Tavolara are both ignored by the cyclopaedia and the gazetteers According to tho report of tho raft commission as relating to the iquor traffic in Manila it is stated hat It the present time Manila has 43 saloons that sell nil kinds of Hq uor 41 that sell only beer find wine 17attached to hotels with full priv legcs seven attached to hotels vithout the privilege of selling spirituous liquors and 408 native wine hops In the saloons billiard or pool tables are not allowed neither nre slot machines phonographs msical instruments nor any gam ding device WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers manthat is ho order of a woman preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty power to tho average woman Even that greatest of all jewel health is often ruined in the strenuous eflorU to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman rH risk her health to get a coveted gem hen let bet fortify hortclf against the nsiduous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular nse of Dr Boschecs German It nil promptly arrest consumption in its early stages heat the effected lungs and bronchial tubas and drive the dread disease from the It is not a ureall but it is a certain euro for ought colds aud all bronchial troubles You can get Dr 0 Q Giecna reliable remedies at Pennys Drug Store Get Ireens Special Almanac 341 pair Mens Working Shoes go at 74c worth 150 412 pair womens oil grain Shoes worth 150 go at 79o OOo Joans Pants go for 49c Mens 1 Shirts go for 39c while they last Shoes 20ctlio best shoe ever seen for the money Childrens shoes worth 50c only 95 pair left they go at 20c Mons very fine Sunday Shoes worth 3 go for 179 The Russian government is ei couroging temperance pocicliei having appropriated largo amount to aid in tho prosecution of their work Tho appropriation for 100 was 1200710 It is expected the by tho end of 1002 every one of tho 78 provinces of Russia includin Siberia will have been included in tho sphere of activity of those so cietiesIHAD A GOOD TIME A J Snoll wanted to attend a party but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach whit h he fetrc would grow worse Ho says I was toll- Ing my troubles to a lady friend wllo said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condl tlon for the party I bought a bottle and tako pleasure In stating that two dose cured nfe and enabled mo to have a good time at the party Mr ttaell Is a resldon of Summer Hill N Y This remedy Is for sale by Craig Hockf druggists I The Christian at Work says that in prohibition Maine where it U said prohibition is no good there were last year behind the prison bars 841 persons a total of 13 for every 10000 people whilo in Mas sachusetts tho best enforced license law State there were 7151 prison ers or33 for every 10000 of popu lation An attractive woman thrives on good food and sunshine with plenty of excr eIolnthe open air Her form glows with health and her face blooms with beauty When troubled with a costive habit sho takes a few doses of HFnniXE to cleanse her system of all Impurities Price 50 cents Pennys Drug Store Rev D S Webster rector of the Episcopal church in Mexico Mo hns decided to withdraw from the church because of its universal use of fermented wine Praise the bridge that carries you over ithera flood or cough BALLAHUH loUKiiouxo SrRur has brought so mnny over throat and lung troubles such as oughs colds bronchll 8 etc that Its raises are sung everywhere Prlco 25 and 50 cents Pennv Drug Store Because ioducrotion in an Inter vIew recently Lt Commander Lucien Toung baa been relieved as captain of be Port of Havana Cuban shipping ntercBts have protested against his removal There It more Ctanb In this section of the iuntrr than all olhenllieuee put together and the list few ean was suppowtl to be In01 doctonrronouMItand by cODKantlT titling to cure mODt It Incarable Sclencemt nrenutanh to be a constitutional disease has- tarforrequlresconstltuaoniltreatment hails Catarrh Cure 0 Toledo Ohio U the only oonitlntlonal ours on the market It ii taken Internallln doxi lrom 10 drop to a teaipounlul Wets tcrecUr on the blood and muoouisutbceeot the ir lie They olf r one hundred dollar loranye e t alII to eUR Send lor circular and tntlinontali Address K J CitE 1EY A CO Toledo O Sold br drur8lsls73o Halts tawlly lllii are the bet Special Sale AT THE RACKET STORE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY Coarse Ladies Shoos only a few pair left worth as high as 2 go at 49c 25c and 50c Ties go for Ific Ladies and Mens Rubbers go at 15o a pair worth LOc Veiling all colors at Gc n yard All kinds of Dry Goods at lees than cost =Mens Shirts and Drawers heavy fleece lined ribbed worth 49c goat 24cn bargain Ladies 25c Vests 15c A Christmas Present Freo With Every 500 Purchase The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprlotor For talc House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac Tile Greeij JftVer Development Co Wm Hicks President L H Phettyplace VlccPresldentj WJS Foutz BecretaryTreasurer S P Gray Gen Manager Directors Wm Hicks L P Pettyplaco W S Foutz 8 P Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 19 Princeton Ave Bluefleld W Va Branch office McKinney Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value ThIs company controls 1103 acres of proven oil territory in tht Green River Oil Basin in Lincoln County Ky on line of the U 8 It R Three wells have been drilled on adjoining lands and- O OIL FOUND IN PRYING QUANTITIES a One well being within 30 yards of this companys lends This company has pur chased the latest patented rig reel together boiler and engine all new This machinery is on the ground and drilling has already brgun 5500 rimes of the stock are now offered at 40c a share for tho next 30 days only to be used in the development of the property Application for stock can be made to the Secretary and Treasurer or to Alcorn Kr or S A Mid K Slake all remittances to tho order of the com1 pantsP QUAY General Manager McKinney Ky II wl j MURRAY McADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky +++1114 + 11+ ++++ IIt is no trouble 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a guess at the number ot hours and minutes the mammoth candlo In our show window will burn contest will bo decided by the 2Mb of December We will give the following presents to the one nearest second nearest and so on MratSIQ Diamond f25 Ladle Gents Gold Watch Third 115 Cut Glass Bowl finest cutting Fourth S10 Thomas Parlor Cluck Fifth 15 Solid Gold Cull Buttons Sixth 1360 Six Solid orJver Spoons Gorham make Seventh 1160 Solid Gold Scarf Pin To the one Ing 110 additional the exact number of days hours and minutes the candle will burn wo will I MUJIRAY tC McADAMS MAIN ST DAXVIMI KY J G WEATHERFORD W M MYERS Weatherford Myers Successors to L F Stee- leHUSTONVILLE r KY Dealers In Drugs Dry Goods Notions Hardware Groceries Hats Shoes c In order to make room for new goods Iwe offer our entire stock at COST CASH I Drop in and see us and FORtour store your headquarters when you to Hustonville HOLIDAY GOODSIWe nrc now oponing our Christmns Goods new clean told latest styles in QUEEIVSWARE LAMPS ETC toldat right prices AVo also are receiving and will continue up to Christinas fresh CnulieslutstOranges Bananas Malaga Grapes c Also nIFULL LINE OF THE BEST COOK STOVES MADE with a written guarantee on the fire back and topfrJoven plate for five years You are cordially in vited to conic and see us and a share of your patronage is solicited for 1902 Higgins 8i McKinney i j STANFORD KENTUCKY JAS FRYEIs making Big Inducements and offering Spe cial Reductions for the Holidays in Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc VII New and Fresh Goods and of the nest Quality at tho Very Lowest Prices Heavy Bootsat manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE 4 Wo Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Large line of fine Buggy Robes 1 from 2 to 25 Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Vii Pence Stanford t