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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL If VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 20 1901 3 P M NO 84 NEWS NOTES Incendiaries burned a echool bouso near Carllelo John Swlnton tbo noted economist and orator li dead James D Haynr Salt Lake was murdered and robbed of 3800 Freezing tenperaturo IB reported nearly ai far South as Tampa Fla- P P Updllco the wellknown Lex ington musical loitrument man li dead + Edison says Marconi It a Rood eperl mentor and tbat the wireless tolcgra pby will be a IUCCCM There It a rush to a now gold field on Mayo Creole In tho Stewart river die trict of the Klondike The wHo ot William Walker of Tex arkaoa Texas gave birth to five child ren four boys and a girl Harriet P Murphy prominent In church circle at Pillsbury was mur dered by aburglar at PllUburg Oliver Harrlmao Sr an old man said to bo worth 5000000 was declared insane at Port Chester N Y Father Sydney Albert Clarkson a distinguished priest and a native of Washington county died In Now York It Is stated that the American Tobao co Trust has acquired some great planta- In Germany and Is preparing to Invade RussiaDr S Duldekoper who was chief surgeon In the army during the SpanishAmerican war died at Phila delphiaGen W F Perry a Confederate veteran of note and a prominent citizen of Bowling Green died at his home In that city Admiral Sampsons attorneys are t preparing to file a protest against the finding of Admiral Dewey In the Schloy court of Inquiry Henry Wasbburn 80 years of age was found dead by a party of hunter la bis cabin In the mountains of Clal borne county Tenn Her mind unbalanced by her bus bands business reverses Mrs Una R i Perry of Now York committed suicide oo a steamer by banging Tbo chief of police has received an application from a soldier now In tbo Philippine Islands to bo a member of the Louisville police force Police Judge Riley of Lexington has announced that any married man found at dances after 11 oclock could expect tho limit from blmIThrough his counsel Admiral Bobby filed with the secretary of the navy a bill of exceptions to the majority fled logs of tho court of Inquiry Circuit Judge Settle at Bowling Green issued a temporary Injunction restraining 0 C Gactcr from acting as manager of Mammoth Cavo Jean Couch a Negro was convicted In Webster county of conspiracy to kill Negro nonunion minors and sentenced to two years In the penitentiary Harry Logan alias Tom Jones are rested In Knoxvlllo Tenn had 10000 In 810 and 120 unsigned bills stolen In the Great Northern train robbery In MontanaW Miller of Louisville was elected to succeed H O Cantor as 1maoalter of the Mammoth Cavo prop orty Mr Cantor refused to vacate and the matter was taken to tbo courts A schoolboy In Topeka Kas was ex polled because bo would not take part In tho religious exorcises hold ovcry morning His father threatens to ap peat to tbo courts By request of tho Newport Board of Health owing to tho prevalence of con tagious diseases there will bo no Sun day school services and all Christmas entertainments will bo suspended- Dr R OTllloy who figured In a Petersburg this State sensation has married tbo woman Annie Dorrelwlth whom he openly associated prior to tho mysterious death of his wlfo tbrco weeks ago Tbo court of appeals decided in- case a appealed from Louisville that tale graph companies must carry telegrams to the pool roomp holding tbat com pubIiJames C Fargo president of the American Express Company announc ed tbat each of the 10000 employes o J the corporation In the United States would receive a Christmas present of S10 Last year the company gave each of Its employee IS Germany Is said to tired of Von ezuelas delay and has ordered a naval demonstration at the same time notl tying the United States that tbo land log of German troops In Venezuela will be purely temporary Venezuela still displays a defiant spirit The Webster county grand jury has returned Indictments against Jae D Wood Christopher C Barnaby and W B Kissinger officers of the United Mine Workers charging them with being accessories before the fact to wilful murder Tbo indictments aro based on the fight at Providence mines and are believed to have been procured by reason of papers found on too body of a union miner who was killed during the attack on the mines MATRIMONIAL Horace Jeffries and Miss Mlnnlo Marshall popular Adair county people wore married yesterday hfightof her engagement to Hero Hobson W H Hughes a widower of 27 and Miss Meddlo Watson daughter of Mr W F Watson of the East End wero married at Mr John W Watsons Wednesday A dispatch from Cincinnati says When Wm Mahone a prosperous far mer near Richmond road too pipers blackeyedl1aulChtor of Robert C White a young farmer of Madison county Mr Matfono opposed the marrIage Dun POWELL Prof James D Depp of Mlddlcburg Normal College itud Miss Edna Powell of tbo West AlapbIWednesday afternoon Elder B J PInkerton performed the ceremony which was a most beautiful one Miss Leo Powell sister of the bride and Mr M Elbort Harper a cousin accompa nlod the bridal couple hero and stood with them while the ceremony was bee log said The bride who Is a daugh ter of Mr J W Powell Is a handsome blonde highly cultivated and a moo charming lady She has taught sever al sessions In Mlddlcburg Normal Col DepfirstIn a fawn colored suit of broadcloth tailor made nod showed off to her best orlgloallyfromyear has been associated with Prof J W Davis In tho above college Ho camo to Casey Co well recommended and has been a valuable acquisition bis section Immediately after being prouounccd husband and wife Prof and Mrs Depp loft for Uustonvlllo where they will remain several day before going to their porno at Middle burg Friends hero and elsewhere wish them great happiness on the jour nay they bavo just begun IIAOIN0ASKAtthaelegant count try homo of Mr John F Cash near Turnersvllle at 1030 Wednesday morn Ing Rev J W Hagln and Miss Roberta Cash woro joined In wedlock holy bonds In a beautiful ceremony laid by Rev M A Hart of Yalo Universi ty Only about 25 of the nearest role lives were present but the wedding was an elegant one in ltd every detail Tbo bride who Is ono of Lincoln tours ty handsomest women wore a dark green traveling dross with bat to match and her biautv was never moro striking than when she took the sol emn vows tbat bound her heart nod band to tbo man she loved She Is ex ceedingly bright and pretty highly ed ucated and very popular Mr DaRin who Is pastor of tbo Christie cburc- here Is too well and favorably In this section to maku comment neo promlelagfew men havo so brilliant a future Wand personally very fon3 oflr flajfln end we most heartily congratulate him on winning so fair a bride Bo ought to be a very happy man and we aro cer tale that his joy knows no bounds jue now After a magnificent lunch Rev Begin and brldo took tbo train at Mo Kinney for tbo groom homo in She1b county whore they will spend a few days after which thov will come to Stanford and be at home at Dr W N Craigs on Main Street Friends of Mr Bagin and brldo remembered then with many bridal presents of which they aro very proud Miss Etta Belle Clod of this place presided at the or goo while the ceremony was being pronounced BEAZLEY01VENSAt the brides handsome homo on Danville Avenue at noon Wednesday Mr J L Beazley and Miss Byrd Given wore pronounced husband and wlfo In a pretty ceremony said by Elder H C Garrison of Dan vllle The marriage Is tbetulmlnatlonI of a long courtship and every reason to believe that It will be a most happy ono The groom loaning on Dr thtat e beautifully decorated parlor preceded by little Misses Mary Byrd Glvons and Virginia Bourne tho ribbon girls Toy wero met by Misses Tovis Carpenter and Pormella Smith and Messrs Samuel W Menefee and L C Doe ley and after some evolutions the man of God was faced and standing under a festoon of carnations two happy hearts woro made ono Tho brldo who is the youngest daughter of Mrs S W GL ens was attired In a light canter cos tumo and carried pink roses She was as beautlfula bride as she is a chars ter and if Mr Beazloy la not proud of having won her we aro mistaken In the man A thoroughly refined lady woll educated and tho possessor of a temperament that I sunshine itself Mrs Beazley la well equipped to cop with the world and If Jack will as her advice on all matters ho will never regret It Mr Boazloy Is one of Stan fords best business men and a clover and accommodating gentleman He hoe proven himself a man of good judg moot In business as well as la the lection of a wife and has friends by the conJratlulatoTholNTBiiioit JOURNAL has known two from their childhood and tbeI kind of fatherly Interest In both of them It wishes them great happiness and bespeaks for there a useful and suc cessful married lIfo Tho happy couple wore the recipients of many useful and catty presoaks which attest to some extent their popularity The wedding over Mr and Mn Beazley drovo to the home of Mr and Mrs ACT Smith where n most elegant dinner wan enjoy ed Tney had intended ololr to Cin cinnati but decided to wall for bqtter weather They aro now pleasantly domiciled at the Glvens home whero good wishes of their legions of friends will always attend chem- MIDDLEBURG Rev Logon Godboy preaahed at the M E church Sunday morning and eve sing Casey has been In tbo throes of an static wavo sloes Saturday and the coldest December weather for year recordedtDr F A Taylor formerly of Miss tonvlllo was tbo gusset of Dr J T thinkping of locating here A couplo of wagon loads of tobacco passed through the burg the other day from out In tbo hills Too Casey hills produce a weed equal to the Mason county product The public school hero closed Friday the last day having been gives up- to general examinations in the various studies The Winter term of the Mid dleburg Normal College will begin alel over Casey and adjoining counties are expected Green River was on a high lone some Saturday tho first of tbo sea eonas a consequence wo bad no mall a that day and Fridays I J didnt roach hero until Monday Oh no Mr Edl tor I for ono wasnt frozen out but wa e barred from contributing to last issue by reason of Undo Slms Inability to roach you Dv the way Fridays I J was the first Issue in our memory with out a single correspondence letter Two years ago today wo were sailing oa the Indian Ocean which like lie namesake Is sold to be the most trench erous ocean of the five Wo left Port Said Egypt on the evening of Deo 10 on our journey through the ereat Suez Canal which U the greatest engineer Ing feat of modern times The canal was built under the direction of Ferdi nand do Lesseps a Frenchman but torsopl onlynallowed to steam lour knots an hour but the slow rate of spcsd was our gain as we wero enabled to got a good view 0of Egypt and the great desert Wa reached Suez City oh the evening of the lltb A CARD I wish to extend my heart ott tie Carpenter of Huslonvlllo for their muyEogleman to Mesdames Mamlo Mo Clure Nettle Helm Allen Depauw Mary Carter and too host of other friends and relatives for their constant attention and untiring effort In her behalf from the time of the tad acci dent Dec 4 until her death Dec 12 All that medical skill and human hands could do was dose to save her but tho All Wise knew best J H VANUOOIC HAD A GOOD TIME A J Snell wanted to attend a party but was afraid to do so on account of pains In his stomach which he feired would grow worse He saps I was toll Ing my troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condl flea for tho party I bought a bottle and take pleasure In stating tbat two doses cured me and enabled mo to have a good time at tho party Mr Bnoll is a resident- of Summer Hill N Y This remedy t for solo by Craig A Hooker druggists LANCASTER 300 new patterns In tinge for Xmas boo to 8100 each Thompson the jeweler Thirty dozen Silver knives and forks now patterns and all warranted A special low prices for 10 days Tborap son the jeweler Lancaster rWorms take refuge in the small intcs tine where they can snotty multiply HIIITES OBEAU VBUMIFUOJC will desire these parA It s The verdict of the pee pie tolls plainly how woll it has succeed ed Price 25 cents Penny Drug Store coldsknla Ten or 12 persona are reported to have been killed t DAVID II EDMISTON ilventbeoffice In Louisville Tbcro Isnt a bet ter fitted man for the position In the Stato MT VERNON Eight below was the lowest register ed here The lato rise In streams was a good thing for the mule at Livingston E B Fans warehouse and old Ma sonlo nail burned at London Wed Dee day nllt t There will bo work In Royal Arch Chapter hero next Monday A banquet will follow- S C Franklin too jeweler has just recovered a gold watch which was sic len from his shop In August Joseph L Ramsey late assistant postmaster at this place died Thursday morning of pneumonia after only a few day tunes The telephone line building from London to Burning Springs Clay count tYf has reached MoWhorter and Is working to that point Tbo Byslnger boys charged with shooting Millard Bethurum hero on election day have waived examination given bond and allowed case to go to grand jury Thorn are two families oi tho chris- tian science faith living la this county Wm Free living on Allen Lewis place Is an adherent and Is well read up on the subject The mother of Will Bradley while visiting at Plttsburg last week drop ped dead Mr Bradley went there Monday to bring the romaine here for burial Being unable to get a physi cians certificate showing cause ol death too body was Interred at Pitts burg Last Friday morning at Orlando Buck Hall tell from top of a building upon a paling fence One of tbo pales entered isle body to the depth qf six Inches and broke off Doctors from this place and Livingston were called In and everything dons tbat was penal ble for too unfortunate man who lin gered until midnight Saturday when be passed away Dr Lowly Jones of Mlddlesbpro Is hero with relatTvei an exem plary young man and wo are pleased to know tbat be will graduate with bone ors tnls term from a Louisville medical college Ho Is a sea of L S Jones who was at one time railroad agent at Pine Hill and later a wholesale gro cerman In Louuvllle Is a grandson of tbo lato J J Williams It is predicted that Dr Jones will make a mark In the profession Fritz Krueger who wont to Louis ville some weeks ago la a feeble con dition has returned home much Im proved In health Miss Nellie sack soy of London Is visiting the tamp of WJ Sparks Bollard Mulllns log near Orlando was thrown from a wagon by a swinging limb His skull was fractured A M Klnnalrd of Mlddlesboro was hero Wednesday on Insurance business Miss lola Bases la visiting a sister In Indiana Mace Miller la now telegraphing for the L ik N at Rowland D N Williams leion sick list M C Williams of Stanford was here yesterday The Norton charged with shooting IoBlA Jim Arnold when on their way homo from London fair were tried here Wednesday and acquitted Larkin Hlx of B rod head saps ho will ateT J Nichols was ID from Cedarvlllo J W Brown was In Richmond Thursday night Trlbblo Bry ant died at tho residence of his brother Adam Bryant Thursday morning Miss Jael Colyor bas finished her attAlton Ho cape he still retains Rock castle as his homo and will vote here TABLE RS BUCKEYE FJLB OINTUFNT has yearsptressing and embarratsing of troubles Price 60 cents io bottles Tubes 73 c pta Pennys Drug Store Senator Hanna Introduced a bill pro viding a pension of 15000 a year for Mrs McKinley 1 rIlr J = = = t DONT WORRYf About what you should buy for Christmas Let us suggest the following Ei Suit of Clothes Overcoat Smoking Jackets Office Coats Rain Cpat Hats 0 JJand Caps Cuff and Collar Buttons 1 Shoes and Slippers Garters Hand kerchiefs Shirts Underwear Ho 1 siery Suspenders Dress Suit Cases Mt Anti the swellcst line of Mufflers and Neckwear ever brought here i IT PAYS TO TRADE ATj THE GLOBE Io Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and RepltlrlngI IEi Your money back if youre not atl m Ilk MILLER a HIRSCH fiedJmR ijW II t Ie s 11 I i1 1i 1 XMAS PRESENTSv v Dont decide on your presents before jii visiting Mucilcrs Jewelry Store t I and seeing his nice line of v i SILVER NOVELTIES GOLD JEWELRY l f gjjjjflgI 1 Si All pretty combinations of the most use 5Jfast and ornamental standard hoods V at the lowest possible prices j ALL GOODS AS REPRESENTED viivSsfilgyet 0 1t t 1Y1e i MURRAY MeADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky rIHHIooJ I U H I I I I I It is no trouble for you to select presents at our store as we carry the argest lino to be found in Central Kentucky DIAMONDS The largestilino to be found outside of the largo Idea WATCHES A complete line of ladles fancy enamel plain gold engraved and set with diamonds open face and hunting Boys watches of all kinds goats watches In the best filled and solid gold plain engraved and set with precious stones BROOCHES Brooches set wih diamonds and pearls And other precious stones RINCS LadleesStRingsfromIto100antiup JEWELRY of all kinds Fine Leather goods UMBRELLAS Fine Ladles and Gents Umbrellas from 2 60 and 20 STATUARY in Italian marble bronze terra cotta etc Cut Class and China Rich cut glass of diamond brilliancy Fine art China Art visca of every description Silverware Largo line plated and sterling silverware An endless variety of novelties in elvcr ormulo gold and bronze Clocks We have too many kinds of clock to describe Prices M low as the lowest ytEvory fl sale entitles the purchaser to a guess at the number of hours and minutes the mammoth candle In our show window will burn contest will be decided by the nth of December We will dive the following presents to the one guessing nearest second nearest and so on 140 Diamond Ring Second 125 La dies or Gents Gold Watch Third 115 Gut Glass Bowl finest cutting Fourth 110 Seth Thomas Parlor Clock Filth fS Solid Gold Guff Buttons Sixth W60 Six Solid Sil gueylo810 additional MURRAY MoADAMS MAIN ST DAVVILLTS KY HOLIDAY GOODSWe arc now opening our Christmas Goodsnew clean and latest styles in QUEENS WARE LAMPS ETC and at right prices We also aro receiving and will continue up to Christmas fresh Candieslut6 Oranges Bananas Malaga Grapes c Also a FULL LINE OF THE BEST COOK STOVES MADE with a written guarantee on thejfirc hack and top oven plate for five years You are cordially in vited to come and see us nnd a share of your pat ronage is solicited for 1902 McKinneyJ 1 Ifni Iw THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON It a Candidate for Railroad Commlnloner lot the M District subject to the will of the democrat TilE doctors who waited on Prell dent MoKtnloy when be was auanlnat od are expaptlng a big appropriatioa by Congress for their bunfrilne worle Hero is a statement Dr Matthew D Mann gives out to the Buffalo NewI We feel that when wo operated on the president of the United States that wu operated for the American peed lo with a view oCsaving their pre8ldent or them we were not called by tho family of President McKinley but by the authorities the cabinet and obere to take charge of the president and we feel therefore that wo have a right to look to Congress and the nation for our remuneration We took a tremendous responsibility because vo took In our hands the life of the most prominent man In the world and we feel that In talcing such a responsibility we ran an Immense risk Had the autopsy sbow ed that wo made any serious mlstllko we would have received unlimited con damnation we might even have been ruined professionally From all these facts wo feel that we should not be called upon to render bills to the faml lj Any bill which we might render to the late presidents estate would be larger than Mrs McKinley ought to bo called upon to pay The doctors toot a great responsibility Indeed but from the result of their work It Is proven that the president took an even Jreater risk It may never be known wbleh cost President McKinley his life Czolgoszs bullet or some of his ph val clans knives TUB Lexington Democrat is author- Ity for the statement that ExGc Bradleys personal attack upon Yerkes ban weakened his political pull It may hurt for a while but well wager a last summers straw hat that before another campaign Is over Bradley will prove himself one of the biggest republics in the State You cant keep him down SENATORS WELLINGTON and Mo Laurin were both cared for by the re publicans In the Senate committee al slgnments Senator Deboe Is assign to six committees while Senator Blackburn Is on seven Both of the latter are members of the committee on cs1 tabllsblng tho University of the United State Senator Deboo being chairman ADMIRAL DEWEYS minority verdict In the Schley case has made Admit Sampson so ill that be has taken bls bed In fact his condition Is so serious that his physicians will not permit pea pie to talk with him about the case or allow him to read the newspaper reports O B HAPPY wants to be postmaster at Mayfield He will B Happy whether he gets the office or not In fact he f ono of those fellows who Is Hap when things come his way and just al Happy when they dont BOROLARS falling1 to open a safe at Lebanon 0 showed a keen sense cf humor by leaving a card as follows This sate Is O K best one wei struck for some time A CLARKSVILLE PENN jeweler became Insane from overwork This Is the first case on record where a jeweler rer worked enough to soil his hand ranch less his brains POLITICAL Congress adjourned until Jan61902- R R Perry will be reappolnte postmaster at Winchester Representative Borelng introduced a bill appropriating 1150000 for a publl building at London- Representative Trimble has Introduced a bill appropriating 84000 for a clock for tho Frankfort public building On the recommendation of Ropresen seotatlve Borelng J G Sullivan of Richmond has been appointed to a position In the government printing oft lice Representative Borelng says that ho does not think the old charges revamp ed against Minister Hunter will have any effect He looks to see Dr Hunter hold his position President Roosevelt recognized the colored man and brother by appointing Negroes to the jobs of Register of Deeds for the District ot Columbia and Minister to Liberia- Congressman Borelng Introduced a bill providing for a court of appeals to which all disappointed pension claim ants may tako their claims after they have been rejected by the pension do partmoot A number of resolutions relating to the Schley case have been offered It the House One by Representative Wheeler which provides for an loves tlgatlon of Schleys cdndnct by the committee on naval affairs Others provide for a vote of thanks a sword of honor and Schley medals and Admiral Deweys finding tbeoplnldn of Congress Representative Griffith of Indiana Introduced a resolution for an investigation of the navy department and the Scbley case Croker says that tariff makes trusts and 1e therefore the Issue tbeI Primary elections will be heldby democrats of Arkansas March 29 Of next year to express their choice for State officers and for United StatesI Senator Tho State nominating con ventlon will be held Juno 10IThe bill providing for a temporary tariff against the Philippines was paIs ed by tho House by a vote of 163 to 128I Five republicans opposed tho billj Three democrats voted for It and twoI democrats paired The bill ImposesI the Dlpgtoy tariff and also a tonnaileI tax A motion to recommit and reduce the revenue and customs laws of the United States to a revenue basis and extend hem to the Philippines was de feared by the full republican vote and the vote of three Louisiana democra IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Liberty will likely bo Incorporated soonTom Cunningham was frozen to death it Lebanon Junction There are 60 stores In Adalr county pot counting those in Columbia Emmett Mulllns has been appoln postmaster at Dnganavlllo Mercer county The Archer Hotel at Flat Lick burned causing a 910000 lose with no In trance A portion of tbo jury which tried rim Dan Pope at Danville was broug from Mercer county- E J Foloys restaurant and grocery at Mt Sterling was closed by his creel tors Mr Foley ran a restaurant here ome half a dozen years ago John M Anderson a Garrard countyI farmer fell from the loft of his barn and sustained serious Injuries A can islon In the side causing bemorrhaj and a deep incision on tho head make bls family apprehensive of his condition Murphy tho little threeyear old tugbtcr ot John S Lucas is dead of scarlet fever at Mlddleburg Mr Lucas lost a little boy only a few da1 IIlnce of the same malady Four death Iave resulted in that locality from varlet fever Alex Graves colored was arraign In the circuit court at Danville on tbo charge of stabbing Joe Grant Graves leaded guilty the clue was given to- tho jury and a verdict ot three years In- tbe penitentiary was returned about 10 minutes after the case was called The appellate court amrmed tbo dgment of the Fayette circuit court awarding W E Slngletona Lexingti photographer 85000 damages again r J Carson a prominent and wealthy farmer of Fayetto county for aasaul Ingleton formerly lived In this county Roscoe Bible aged 21 committed suicide near Farlston Laurel county shooting himself with a shotgu The young man belonged to one of the mntys most prominent families Had been In bad health for some time- and lit supposed to have taken his lIfo- In a moment of despondency There la a 1600 foot bole In tbe ground half a mile from town that cOlt a very large sum of money that wall acted In attempt to find gas dui ID g the excitement 12 or 15 years ago Tboy would propably have gone 4000 but the drill broke and the contractor skipped out leaving the company the hole to hold Harrodsburg Democrat The Record extends congratulation to Its friend Mr Jack L Beazley who wal married in Stanford yesterday to- Mles Byrd GIvens the handsome and complisbed daughter of Mrs S W GIvens Jack Is a capital young man- and will make a model husband for tho excellent young lady who has gives him her heart and band Central Record THIS THAT Railroad traffic Is at a standstill le yomlng because of snowstorms The Presbyterians of Missouri decided cooperate in both evangelist and educational work James Thompson and Miss Wllletti mgarten of Meridian Miss will be married at Danville Monday After an illness of three years Thoa Stevens of Lancaster died of brain trouble A wife and three children survlvo him The Goebel Reward Commission 1911- 1reject the claim of Detectives Arm- Btroni and Harding for 85000 reward In the Youtsey case Suits will be flied at once against the- estate of the lato William Goebel for 810500 by the lawyers who conducted his contest for the governorship and bV Dr Vance for fees behave in our town 22 families who- havo not a child In the school age laoberavlllo cor Central Record- This Is about 15 families more than we ught lived In tho East End village Probably Brer Hutcblns counts as res- Idents of Preachersvllle all the families between Crab Orchard and Lancaster H T McIntyre 81 Paul Minn who has been troubled with a disordered atom aeb says Chamberlains Stomach and- Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have ever taken For sale by- Craig d Rocker druggist- sWAIVEDJank wncy ohar2ed- with forging a pass on the L Jt N- waived his examining here yesterday and was hold ovorunttl circuit court In 1250 I u1 I HUBBLE Jas Hackley sold Wm Cook lame 150pound hogs at ijc The weather now is like a great many accounts unsettled and may remain 10 until Jan 1 C P Blanks sale was declared off till next Saturday on account ot the bad weather Thoro will be a Christmas tree at tho Christian church Tuesday night 2ttb free for all who wish to take part In the exercises Bro Moore of Lane ter will deliver a Christmas lecture before distributing the presents Mrs Eliza Harris Is moving to Stanford to school her children Wo will tales her but our loss Is Stanfor gain We are glad to note that a ROod family Mr Win Curry and wife will take her place among us Mrs E T Minor and daughter have to Lou isvllle to join her husband fora few daysCarnlel Hubble and Joo Hackley lef last week for a trip through California and Oregon Mrs Luther Under wood Is able to visit her daugbterM Mattlo Bourne Mr Jas McKecoi is enjoying a visit from his father W H Underwood says he can now havo Ice same as the rich and use it In hll water and milk all the time Garret Woods has rented the Tom Woods farm near Mavwood for S500 and will move to It Jan 1 Morg Sutton and wife have decided to go to New Mexico this winter and will stllrt at once Dr Buckles school cloBed Friday night with a splendid exhll Lion showing that much Interest has been taken and all are pleated with the doctors work In school hero Miss Icselo Spoonaraoro and Elu Wall visited their uncle Wm Moberly In Cnoxvllle Dr Hickle has gone to Tennessee to spend Xmas with his parents Jos Vernon little boy was play- Ing on a straw stack a few days ago When he stuck tbo coping stick Into tbe lower part of his bowels coming out at be lower part of his back bond Ho Ie thought to be doing well however Crab Orchard The cfilfdren of the public echo gave a nice little play Wednesday light but the severe weather proven ed many from attending There Is a great demand for bbun here and if some enterprising party would erect a few nice little cottage m some of the vacant lute here tbey would soon bo filled with good citizen who desire to locate hero Mr Ivon Flab visited his mother and sisters this week Mr George Stevenson and family will occupy the old lomeUeai recently made vacant by the death of Uncle Will Tom Stevenson Mr and Mrs Elam have move to Aunt Clara Singletons house No doubt there more truth than poetry In the surmise of ye editor that all reporters were frozen for we are all certainly locked In the chill embrace of winter In this section MaDY ire filling their Ice houses but the ad llllonal snow of last night Injured the Ico to some extent After a visit of several days to man rlends In Richmond tyre J B Will eturned home Tuesday Miss Pauline fardln Is considerably improved afte a severe attack of pneumonia Mr and Mrs D B Rlggs will leave here loon and make Franklin Ind tbel ituro home The Christmas tree at the Baptlt hurch will bo In readiness for decoration on Christmas eve and all are cor tally Invited to participate in It and the committees repeat their request that every child In the vicidlty be remembered There Is an endless va rlety of toys and notions In the stores bere from which selections can bi lade to please both old and young so- Ilve the merchants a call and you will- be pleasantly served TO GET RID OF A TROUBLESOME CORN First soak it in warm water to soften tben pare it down as closely as possible without drawing the blood and apply lambcrlalns Pain Balm twice dally rubbing vigorously for five minutes al each application A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it froni- the shoe As a general liniment tot sprains braises lameness and rheuma tlsm Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by Craig Hocker druggists It B Wilkinson bought of J T Harris a lot of hogs at 60 Stockholders Meeting A mooting ot the stockholders of the Na- tlonat Hank of Uustonville will be held at theIr banking house In Huatoiirllle tho 2nd Tuelday In January 1002 between 0 and 12 A tt for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuing year J W HOOKER Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Ltn- coIn County National Hank of Stanford will bu held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1102 for thu purpose of electing dIrectors for the ensuing year J U OWSLIW Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholdnrs of the First National flank of Stanford will bo held at- their banking home the second Tuesday In- nuary1902 for the purpose of electing dlrectora for the year JOHN J McUOBERTS Cashier f ifjii ChriStKr1 4YWill be here in a few days and The Louis ville Store will be gone in a very r tew weeks Mens heavy Overcoats worth 8a warm present cut to 398 Youths Oxford Overcoats ngeH 15 to 19 years something durable worth Ont 29S Mens fancy bosom and plain white shirts worth 1 cut to 18c Mens heavy fleeced Underwear worth 7fic reduced to J5c Mens till wool underwear in red anti tan worth 1 at t Mens heavy work gloves lined anti unlined o worth 1 and 150 at doe Mens fine shoes Lace and Congress worth 2 and 250 at 148 50c Neckwear 25c e 1 Oxford Mufllers 45c 35c Cashmere Sox 15c 50o Work Shirts 25c 50c Silk Handkerchiefs 25c Good heavy 104 Blankets white and gray worth 1a pair at G9c IB reduced suiting colors Outing Calicoes Buttons clothes n a a nice dress a cloak or handsome collarette have nil a many more usefullpresents Come in anti before making THESalinger Bros Prors Retail Stanford Ivy PUBLIC SALE lInIng rented tho farm of Mr and Mrs T E Wood nedr May wood we will on Friday Doe 27 I9OI promptly oclock r sell to tho hlh eat bl lie following described 14 twoyearold steers 3 helferstI cows and calves Rood heavy ark I extra good yearling jennet aDd three rcolt I yearling Jennet and some household and kltcbeD furniture Terms all sums under 10calh Over that amount 3 months with Interest from date of sale 0o T Wood Trustee No tfl REPORT OP TUB CONDITION OP THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTOHVILI AT HUBTONVILLE In the Sun of Kentucky at the close of buiio Dee 10th 150- 1RESOURCES Loam and dUcounli JHO7M M Overdrafts secured and 3S79 tfS Bonds to secure circulation 12600- Bankuif 00 Houi luroltuit and futures 2800 00 Pus Irom National Blab not Riser IS3OT M Acnu Due Iron Slat BanUa and Baskets 2033- M flue from appro nuns ceDtI 21709 3 Internal Itetf no SLamIlW 3 cub teas 2 Chcu sad other Not ototber National BinVt 2IU- 00 Fractional paper currency nlckela n Lawful lonRnla Dank riar speclMe 00 Redemption fund with U S Tnaiurtr 5 per cent of circulalioDW 00 18479TOILM LIABILITIES Capital stock paid IOM 50000 00 Surplus fund MOOO profits less opentt sad 46GS 75 tares PotdM National flank notes 11800 00 Due to other Nagona111anks 7M7 Du to Stab banks ud Osnkera SGi 43 Individual deposits subject tu check 82aS3 TO1MHHHHH1 111821791 STATE OK KENTUCKY County ol Upcoli I J W Mocker ea blrr of the bore came flank do solemnly swear that the above siatcmc Is true to the best of my knowledge sod belief J W Cashier Subscribed and sworn to belor me this 17lh day ol Dee U W lltSM NI 1C Correct roar II llitowH Pirectora T i Uomsnox J III tH I1I111111I111111 I to A RUDDER DOCTOR needed any day or night A soft yielding rubber bag that heat as nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for houn HEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes mmcles and soothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have heat at its best No and a even temperature Those we offer are made as they should beof finest Para rubber with roInforccd seams All sizes and every size at a barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky ++ 1111II + flI + 4p Ladles Fur Minks worth 250 to USe Ladles Fur Collarettes very useful nnd Jlrolty present 108 Ladies Fur Collarettes worth 0 n Very Immlsoitto present cut to 398 BOc Fascinators in nil colors cut to 20o 34in wide nil wool dress in plaids and nil solid wfirtSi bOo n yard nt SJC- oLadies Capes well rondo nnd nicely trimmed worth 1 cut to JOc 7 L2o Cloth G Cent nil 5oI7 l2o Cnnlon Fancy lose lOc lOo Pearl 5c 150 Mitts 5c Wo havo n few Dolls lint Wngons left Icost not considered IIdcnrovercoat pair of shoes necktie pattern fur Wo these and great get our prices your purchases LOUISVILLE STOREWholesale nnd lIul yearling Jack unsecured a- ndceDIIM Undivided outilanding Al hotJapplies scorching steady 111141 25c tT OK WEATIIKIIFOKD 1Y 11 lixrlts Weatherford Myers trf s Successors to I F Steelek I HUSTONVILLE KY t Dealers InrDrugs Dry Goods Notions 1 Hardware Groceries Hats Shoes c sDSTIn order to make room for new goods we offer our entire stock at COST FOR t CASH Drop in and see us and make our store your headquarters when you comeIto Hustonville Our Line ofs 1- v HOLIDAY 600DS Is now Complete The best selected ine that could be had is now on Display Big 10c Line In Connection Lots of Fruits Candies Nuts GEORGE Ha FARRIS a coe Given up that W B McRobertsJ has the best display the prettiest line o- ffloItUau Oooai- n i town Make him a visit and be convinced W B McRoberts DRUGG THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t t STANFORD KY DEc 20 1001 la Oiling your proscription wo USD proportloal thotnyfl Drug Store t4 PERSONALSMx t HON J N SAUNDKRS wont to Louts Ylllo jcntordayJ- UDOK TOTTEN of Lancaster la with his son J L TotteD 71 MlSB SALLIE OINSII at homo from i IMttsburg for the holidays JOE LYNN COFFEY U with the tam ly of Wm Dllllon at Livingston MIss MARY A McItourttTS went to Louisville yesterday to vlilt relatives MRS HANNAH BTEQAR of Crab Orchard was hero shopping Wednesday Miss LETTIB HELM U ipendlnir a I few days with Mr J Frank Walton In Cincinnati MRS N A TYIIEK of Loulivlllo U wltb Mri P P Nunnelley and other friends hero- MASTER Dictc WILLIAMS went up to Mt Vernon today to spend the holidays rolatlollI D HUDSON of the Mt Vernon Colonel was hero a ibort while Wednesday- MISS MARY WITHERSIDON of liar rodtburg arrived yesterday to vIsit t Miss Mary Hundley- Mita JAMES P HOLDAM and Miss Dyrl James of Crab Orchard wore horn bopplll6roeterday JUDGE W E VAUNONboS been Bp pointed storekeeper and gnawer ID this district by Collector Donlon Mns WILLIAM MORELAND of Kai tal City la spending a few lava wit her daughter Mrs W C Shanks MRS D ASllANAHAN who has been visiting In Washington D C has cone 1 toCorlogton Va Courier Journal MR J W POWKLL Mlsi Fannlo Powoll and Mr and Mrs J D Depp of the West End are hero shopping Miss JosKiiiiNK HAYDEN Is over Paris to spend Christmas with her Mr Pcrmella Drown Ilrom AND MRS HORACE DROWN en a number of their friends at 0 oclock dinner a few evenings since I MR J H MILLER left today to spend several weeks with his sister Mrs Mall ad Steno near Su Joseph Mo Mn D D KDMISTON wont to Louis I vlllo yesterday to take his position of Chief Deputy In Collector Crafts of ace MISSES DUTTELLand Overall of the l College left today to spend tho boll days Louisville with relative In Lexington and MR M E HARPER of the West End has ROOD to Saul bury N O to spend Xmas with his brother Mr Jas P Harper PROP KINDRICIC ALCORN of Con tral University and Foster MoAlleter of State University aro at homo Jar the holidays CD EUHANKS and family who have spent several years In Missouri have f returned to old Lincoln county glad no doubt to get back Miss MARY REID la visiting Miss Amelia Yorkes In Washington Miss Linda Miller Is spending a tow days In Louisville Advocate SENATOR OEO T FARRIS of Lan caster was hero Wednesday feeling good over his prospects for being the next speaker of tho Senate MRS SAMUEL RECTOR Dunnvllle Is at her mothers Mrs Mary Wells MrI Rector will also spend tbo holidays hero Junction City cor Advocate Miss LIZZIE DEAZLEY who spent several days with friends hero has re turned to Crab Orchard Tho many friends of Mr A IL Rice aro sorry to hear of his Illness at his homo In Nashville Misses Eliza Luslc and Frances Doty visited Mrs L L Doty of Stanford several days this week Central Record LOCALS I BIG cut In prices on all cloaks Sev erance 4 Sons XMAB fruits nuts candles etc at John Bright Jr dt Coe HUNDREDS of articles at 25o for presents Severance Sons OUR mill will be closed down Xmas day Dont forgot It J H Baugh man Co I AUCTION AUCTION Rear of post ofllce commencing at 10 oclock Mon day next OUIt will peaSaturday Monday and Tuesday nights Withers Furnlturo Co TOE INTERIOR JOURNAL man hopes r to meet lots of his patrons at Lancas tor court Monday HELP tbo poor and at the same time got tbo worth of your money by seeing Among the Breakers at Walton Opera Rouse tonight GOOD stQck nicefreb candles oranges bananas cocoanuts malnga grapes dates figs and alt kinds of nuts at Geo H Ferris k Co 8I SEE the lawn Mbaso burner at Geo H Farris k Cole TUB aged Samuel Kelley Hr died at Junction City this week NoveltyWatches ALL 6 cents cigars goat 4o In order to reduce stock Farris Hardln nlalE auction In rear of post office beginning at 10 oclock Monday next FOR I NTElti t ofmy two reel donees on Welt Main Street W P Walton DANVILLE Elks will give a Christ mal tree at the Opora House tboro on tho evening of Dee ATTEND Waverly Hamilton sale tomorrow Lot of household and kitchen furniture etc to bp loldIWARM GOODS Dont forgut our cut price solo on Blankets Underwear Shoes io Severance ft Sons BETTER get onoOf tboso sewing maIohlnes before they aro all gone at cut prices Hlgglns ft MeKlnDoyI BUY your coal for Xmas week You wilt need the coal and wo need the money J U Baugbman S Co STOREROOM on Lancaster street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL en trance for rent Apply at this oflico CLOSED for Honeymoon was the Inscription on a card hung on Beazleyj k Hays store door yesterday mornlnI HUBTONVILLK Red Men will present the drama Striking Oil at Alcorn Opera House there next Thursday night 20th CHEAP RATES XMAS Tho L rarehe returning Jan BITTER bo remitting the amount duo on your paper or the old year will catch you owing for It Take no chances on calamity- FARMEn9Plcaae end your ex choose wheat and corn several days before Xmas If you expect to bo wait ed on promptly J H Baughman ti Co TilE net proceed of Among tbo Breakers at Waltons Opera Houso tonight will go toward buying substan tial Christmas presents for the poor Help the good cause CANDIES CANDIES I have over variety of candy from Lowncys finest- to the cheapest stick Finest assort mont of candy In town Prices very reasonable Call and see my stock John H Meier ORANGES grease celery cranberries etc will be scarce on ac count of being too cold to ship We have made arrangements to Ret ours and will have plenty for Xmas Big gins fc McKlnnoy t THE court of appeals affirmed the judgment of tbo lower court In toccata of John and Charles Shotwell given life sentences for the killing of Suttoa Farrls at Corblo Tbo Sbotwolls bay 0 been In jell hero for safekeeping since their trials SOLD OtrrMlls Anne Phillips be sold out her stock of millinery to Mrs Garland Singleton Mrs Mattlo Kirby and Miss Nannie Vanderer have alio closed out their millinery business which they conducted In the rear of tbe poslofSco POISONED Tho year daugh ter of Annie Bally a colored servant at Judge Baileys was poisoned ycstor day by eating rough on rate dyln during the night The mother care lossly loft the poison where tho chll could reach It with tbo usual result SnOT HIMSELF While cleaning up his pistol tbo other night Mr Lyon W Flsh met with a painful accident Tho weapon which ho thought was not loaded discharged and the bullet wont through the little linger of his let t hand His doctor thinks ho can save tho member OLD FIDDLERS CONTESTAn Old Fiddlers context will be held at Al corns Opera Houso Hustonvllle on the night of Wednesday Jan 1 1002 More than a dozen old fiddlers aro ox pooled Prizes S10 tn gold to first 85 In gold to second Secure reserved seats at Adams drug store Adams Bros managers THE following from the Danville News will be good news to his legions of friends In this part ottbo Staten Mr Ike Shelby has sold his livery business and an Interest In 7000 acres of land In Oklahoma to his brother Alt Shelby and has purchased the lattora property ID this county and will return here to permanently reside POSTMASTERSNO- withstanding f they aro warm demo crate Mr J K Christian who buys turkeys hero yearly and his brother J W Christians who resides at Chiles burg Fayette county are both postmasters under a republican administra Lion Mr J W Is tbo only merchant at his town while Mr J about owns IsJ SEE tbo big line of Percales at Tie Severance h Sons HOLIDAY and Wedding presents otI Embry St Eoglcmans BUY tho little girl a cloak at cut prices Severance Sons t PLACE your order frpictures now Miss Sacray can please you CALL at Muellers see his beau tlful line of Xmas Presents WE have a oleo lot of useful presents for Xmas Bcazloy L Hays BUOOY robes blankets and carriage heaters at J 0 McClarys CHRISTMAS presents anything 10I the jewelry line at Embry ft Engle mans iHOLIDAY Neckwear Mufflers and Silk Handkerchief sat Cummins ft Mc Clarys FANCY qtteenswaro lamps chamber sets etc at right prices Higgins do McKinney PRESENT for husband wife sister brother daughter son and sweetheart at Wm Muellers MAKE your friend a Xmas present of a good photograph of yourself Mlts Sacray can do you justice WILL sell you eloper and urn othy hay corn cornchop shlpstulT oats and straw Cheap for cash J H Baugbman d Co ONLY a few more day left to pur holidaytway of Xmas presents W B McRob ortII HAVE intoroom one door FAIt of my old storeroom whore I will be glad to walt on my old cue tomers and as many new ones as may como M D Elmor- eRUBTONYILLEThoao go d e at C W Adams aro going fast Dmt miss an opportunity of buying that o goods cheaper than you over bough- before Just received most elegant line of Medallions tbo finest eve brought to town Go to J W Perrln for floe orange bananas dates figs candles of all kinds nuts cakes cranberries celery and toys for Xmas Ho also has a nice line of fresh staple and fancy groceries Ho handles the very best of sewing ma chines on the market- HUSTONVILLEUntil tbo let of February I will sell you a suit over fromtt clothing for lees moony than any house in America Come in and I will toll you why I make this offer A J Ad ante 2t MR J K CHRISTIAN the turkey man left Wednesday for his homo at McIntosh FU having about cleaned up Lincoln county of turkeys He spent between 5000 and 10000 our people and made pretty good mon ey himself 3e Is an exceedingly pleas ant gentleman to do business wltb and wo are glad to state that ho will be back next year IN his Huslonvlllo lotstar the Advocate Dr Ed Alcorn makes this com plimentary mention of the performances given by the Among the Breakers Co there Friday night The reader will notice that the doctor persists In glv tOil us the credit of the management of tbe good show which wo are sorry to say Is a mistake Waltons Opera Co came as per announcement and was greeted with a good and appreciative audience He ought to bo proud of his wards and not deny his parentage Wherever they go honor will bo re IrishLrole was a difficult one She please- everyone Shanks the limberlegged jig dancer and all around sonic in that tine was encored until ho drew his gun on the audience and silenced It With a little training ho could go on th road and name his price Wocongrat ulato you Ed NECK OltOIENA shivering crowd of all who could gain entrance witness ed the execution of Reuben Quinn at Danville today and saw about the best display of nerve over exhibited Ho showed no signs of excitement whatever and walked up the steps leading to tbo gallows with as firm a stop as any of the guards Quinn bad not a word to say but told Preacher Wood who has boon frequently with him that his sins had been forgiven and that he was going homo to glory l Just us the clock struck 8 Sheriff Geo W Coulter and guards came In the en closure around tbo scaffold and by 803I the noose had boon adjusted Rev Wood had offered a short but fervent prayer the black cap bad been drawn over his bead and Reuben Quinn who shot to death Policeman John T Crum bad paid tbo penalty with his life His nock was broken by the fall of some six feet and a few minutes la tor Drs Grant and Krlchbaum pro nounced him dead Thorn wasnt a hook nor a bobble and Sheriff Coulter and Deputy Sheriff Harbison and their guards deserve credit for doing a very neat job Quinn was evidently hung In tbo suit ho was arrested In for ho hardly had on enough clothes to cover him THREE cottages ono nn Logan andItwo on vVhitley Avenue for rent Four and six rooms Dr J F Peyton THE cold weathercontinues and snow still covers tbe earth The mol oury registered zero this morning W ALTO BAKER ailed 28 died at Highland of consumption Wednesday Ho was burled In the Methodist obuehIburying ground there yesterday THERE will be an auction solo of shoes clothing underwear childrens cloaks etc In rear of postofllce begin ning at 10 oclock Monday aoxtI PARTNER WANTED Morris Fred owner ot tbo Farmers Roller Mills wants a partner with money and offers to such good Inducements OIl mill grinds about 76 bushels ot wheat and ICO bushels of corn per day and makes the beet of flour and meal He Is rUDe ning It at tbo small expense or 8260 per day and wants a partner who can furnish means to buy wheat and corn In largo quantities Wrlto or call on him BORING FOR OIL A twoact comedy to be presented at Hustonvllle Ky on tbe night of Thursday December 26 The order of Red Men of Huitonvlllo are tbo guilty parties and are bush1 engaged rehearsing this strictly uptodato farce Comedy Their tint gusher will bo struck at Alcornn uproarlng house Dec 26 Tba boring will bo intersleased wy maar small gushers In ragtime by soubrette and quartettes of tho tribe whoso histrionic ability In their vocalizations drill deeper upon their stockholders present than a duster does on the members that struck It An extravaganza entertainers these oil fields with above surface Indications will strike a flow that will Slow out casing and upset your derrick Pieferred lOck now on sale at Chat tyhecl- ersPUBLIC SALE I will soil at public auction at my house on Hast Main street on Saturday Doc211JOIr Householtd of bedroom fnrnlturebeddlngstovestables andra known on day of sale WAVKKLV HAMILTON Rowland Ky HO REPORT OF CONDITION OP TilE Lincoln County national sank OF STANFOIin KY At the close of Hiulncn Dee lOtb IlKSOUHCES Loans and Dlseoun1187G81 15 OrenlnfU secured and unsecured 12080 SI V S Ronda to secure circulation 5000000 Stocks eecurltleetc 00 Uinklnghouie furniture end fixture 4000 Due from National Uanks not Reserve Agents 14 73 Due from State flanks and Banker 89 15 Due from approTel nwrTS sg nts 32 US Internal IteTenue sump 224 87 Checks and other rash items 437 84 Notes of other National Hanks 1100 00 Fractional paper currency nlckles and cents 42t 40 Lawful Money Jlwwrte In Bank vis Seclel1 9510 00 USlOh00 m frteat circulation 1500 00 Total 13 4c LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In J 60000 Surplus fund 2071 3 UnillflilM profits Ise nptoltlland taxes pild 8830 National Hank Notes outstanding 80000 Due to other National Hanks u 9080 2 Due to State lInk and Ranker 3476 Individual deposits subject to cheek 20589 Liabilities other than thoee store staled 4575 Total320164 98 1CounlT u I above named Itank do solemnly wear that the stars itatement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief U OWbLKY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th da of Dec J J McKOHKBTd N L COBBECT Attest J H IAXTOX 811 tJIIANKI J C HATS Directors 27t18 CONDITIONdTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD bueinereRESOURCES Loans and dhcounlltl317S0 09 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 9370 2 U S Bonds to secure Circulation 31000 Premium on U S HondaM 9100 00 Stocks securities etc 12540 05 Other real eatats and mortgages owned 820401 Bankinghouse furniture and fixture 800000 Due from National Bankt not Re sere Ageols 12827 Due from approved reserve agents 418 Internal Bevenue statute 79 Checks and other cash Items 1445 36 Notes of other Nat flanks 2815 Fractional paper currency nickels and centfMMM 20 Specie 10975 00 Legal tender notes m 2987 00 13962 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer percent of circulation 1550 W Total J23846S 09 LIABIU1IES Capital stock 0000 Surplul fund 00 Undivided profltt less expenses and taxes paid 3 703 04 National tank Notes outstanding 00 Due to other National Banta 1089 5 Due to lila Banks and Hankers 1471 Due to reserve agents 738 Kl Individual deposits subject to check 131225 50 Certified 700 m Liabilities other that those abet stated 54JK 00 Totalr J2J1M63 09 STATE OK KENTUCKYaCounljr I John J McKoberts cashier of above named do solemnly swt ar that the above state meat is true tothe best or my knowledge and lIer JOHN J Mc OIIERTS Cashier Subscribed and wOrn to befure me hill8lb da ot use W M Brunt N Com azplre- Jan d OoneetAUeat J a llomn Eusoaql1 Directors q 1firJI li1IIIJfe e 7ra aie a tit y11pyam eb9i5ey1D IlIOa + + iye abe ia1If i Winter Weather J i nhn tBE is Jf With thermometer at zero you can ufii gor fc t s 0 t Overcoats Underwear Hi Gloves Mufflers Ear Muffs Overc = shoes Gum Boots Felt Boots t 4fq Bootees c TERMS CTtSH o H J McROBERTS faTI It i tit i4 A ave M ebrtjQ et tHwW II e O eD e ew Ite SuitableGifts and Gold Mounted i Elegant Satin Embroidered Damask Umbrellastii iBeautifulKnitSkirts BIk Skirts i i 3a1JsOt1etff Woof i e Handkerchiefs and Ties Wo have all of the above in styles quality and prices to suit Come and see them JOHN P JONES Stanford Kentucky I I Tell Us Your Troubles I waysIf Iat these prices for CASH e 1t 4JcSolidblue Outing 0 centers lOc Percales 7Jc 10 4 blankets 45c Other 10nlots at CO 75 90 end f160 Ills line all wool waist flan vein at 25c real value 11aooelettellI 25cI 25c aeroDamask and rope porteirres 1 Silver Table rSee what we have in sterling silver at 25 50 and 76c Infants zephyr sacqucs 25c and SOc Infants moccoisinn 10 c 15c everybodyTen tbe best line of mens women do chldtens Shoes StanfordtHoyatellkpl eki underwear Bilk and linen Sc to boo Shetland floes bndkorcbielI7j cents rightThavewet I Severance Sons Img m Eali itTo Strike Oil call at ITUr UARLfS WUffLfR EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY 7Our stock is complete in every sense Prices are below the Trenton Rook where the oil is foundIOur Shoe Stock equals that of any city at 25 per cent lower prices 20 years experience insures sathis In ample time our stock of Holiday Goods will be open for your inspection We keep every 00thing found in a general line Come and save your oil in winter goods We guarantee no dust ers or watered stock CHARLES WHEELERVV FOR TijE HOLIDAY TRADE We aro ready to wait on the holiday trade with candles nuts fruits or enyt thing in Fancy Groceries For presents seo ourfChamber Sets Hall Swinging Library Lamps t and all kinds of CHINA WARE Heating Stoves and Gook Stoves with guarantee backs Our line of Hardware ie uptodate Nail Wire Lime upsJOHN BRIGHT JR COi t THE1NTMORJOURNA1 Entered n I the post fled at Stanford w fe fkietau matter Xub aTuiaysvsdZrstdawaT 1 PER YEAR CASH aE When not topaldoaOO will lcharged r KNOXVILLE DIVISION 2 Train cola North MM II M a m x II IIMM a it am 25II South 12 St a m I IIMU 2pm For illiPolnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoSJ ArrrtvoaatStanfordat 108 A No II Lrarei Stanford at 210 II Ho 21 ArtlTeaatltowlaadat 1200 DAY No Lava COAL Stanford at 210 r I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter patronIage and continue In the coal butlneM coal j R A JONESDENTIST Stanford ILKaeOffice over Jliggins dt McKlnneys Storl Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mill J B McKINNEY Prop 3Loiuny SS Uakejand keep constantly on hand tbe best of Flour Shlpstuff Bran Chic on Feed Sc Prices very reasonable Ous torn grinding a specialty D V Kenned MUler Small Farm For Sale Containing 01 acres altuated on the Bta ford and Ottenhelm pike 3 ratios from Btan ford In grass and land with exception of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good tenc top timber though no only a cOin crib It Is a very desirable little place wm sell at S2S per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T D Bright tCo Will hold on February 23 1902 a big JACK BALE at which time a0 odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass jacl aolfdtod ftUPLEYrThe Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FARM FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south of KcKlnney ors Mlddleburg 175 acres under fence and 105 acroa cleared hasty dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tructa of about equal amounts or as a whole for further Information call on or address J8 MORLEY McKinney Ky GREAT BARGAINS I iJr0l9 alb TH I have located at Crnb Orchard In Qei Rebate store nor tbe ValUoadj on Otten helm pike fpr the Purpose of giving you people the worth of yearmoney You will always find bargains at my I am smtHn secondhand Clothing equal to new ako new Ulotlilug and Gents FurnIshIng Goods late Cap etc Uoplng that you will pot forgot to pat maize me promising yon fair treatment I glee you a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain Store Cell and see mi when you come to town- CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE MoBEISER Pnon VitaeOre Do you know what it isT If not it will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing THEO Now Geolo gist Chicago I or N H Boo IB Agt Marksbury Ky POSTEDT- he following have their lands posted and they will punish to the full ex tent of the law any person or persons found hontlog fishing trapping or otherwise tree passing on them W U Boons O D Boon JII k O A Ploasants O P Newland n F Newland W n Higgins O LOrow E P Woods J E Druce Oeo D Hopper 8 II Bnuguman R O Rocker J 8 Docker A8 Broaddus Mrs J M White J W Baughman J W Adams 8 T Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballon J M Adatus J 0 Horton T A Rice MlssMuryFcpplts Walter W Warren M F Lawrence W F Amon J D Foster Ernost Utlramm Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage orwagon Jn firstclass style Experienced men to do it and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new forgery little money J H GREEK Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgo jDentist Stanford Ky Offleiow MeEoberUDrnr Store lath 0IIe1 llaUdlni Farm For Sale A term of acres X mile from Neal Creek Church Lincoln County for sad Some timbered and some cleared lam house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Dracos Old Stand Depot St STRNFOPW KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 88 ERDILLEHA DANVILLE1 T Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement ooWrite For Prices Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ET MORRIS FRED FnornirroR Try me on grinding It I do not satisfy your not ask you to again Mr James llburn head miller for J U Baughman b for years Is now with me Call at my- mill fo- rFlour Meal Sfcipstuff Chicken Peed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a hare ot your patronage promising to give you this best results et me but bear lu mind that I need your tronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ G+ cCbMY TOBESTAEES EMBALMER And Dea1ear In HABNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TTND3ETASBR3 ALSO DALa- aIaBurnltureMattingsRugs And Wall Paper They wilt Exchange Furnituro for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of tonUrllle will be at St Asnpli Hotel Stau ford Hflndaj Jan 27th to rob Irff 1903- 1Sxdays only Eyes examined and glaast scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to I p m LAND STOCK CROPS ETC i JM Cress bought of John Ulgeb 25 barrel of corn at 93 t A large number of cattle have died from black leI In Grant county J T Hart and Odd Marlin of Bath county have each lost a cow by eatln i tobaccoJ Rogers has sold his farm noar Prcachcrsvlllo to Dan Hosklns of Bell for 6850- Smut fodder has killed many cattlo In Garrard county In too past wcok James Henry lost three In one night Sam Foray the eblpped a car load each of 300 and 250pound huge to Loulli vllle tie refused 635 for them In M or cor It is believed that American pork II to be barred from Germany alter Jan 3a8 microscopic examinations are to be discontinued T13 Walker has sold about 250 acres of his farm at Hlattavillo to Mr Col- ton of Madison at 162 60 Mr Walker will move to townCentral Record Wlnzer Bros stock raisers In Doni phan county Kansas are fauonlng thelrhogs on flour They claim tbal It Is better for feeding than wheat or cornAt the Hereford sale at Chicago 07 fecuales averaged 130418 and 29 buill averaged 834380 The top price of th sale was 4500 which was paid for tbo fouryearold cow Bettlo 2d by BenJa- min Wilton Jesse P Rlffo delivered to J W Bales of Richmond a carload of 1 450pound cattle at 5Jc and they wero about as handsome a lot of bullocks a over marched out the Danville pike Qustonvllle cor Advocate From An Old Subscriber PETKRsnnno TEXAS Dec lJI en lose you herewith money order for ubscrlptlon I have been taking the I J so long about 28 or 30 years tbat I do not see how I could do without sod do not expect to as long as I can let the wherewith to pay for It Be Ides being chuck full of good reading matter It Is the only medium throuf which I hear from the bomofolks So let the cheapest and best never cease to come Now I want to congratulate you on your success In the late election You done It up just to my notion May old Lincoln never fail to go democrat gain la my earnest wish With beet rlshes for you and all old friends T aDI Yours trulyM G CASH Disease and danger lurk in the vital or Kans The blood becomes vitiated and tbe general health is undermined whenever the stomach and liver fan to perform their functions as nature intended IlKti DINK will tone up the stomach regulate tbe liver where other preparations only re eve SiuxKcesls JCentt V tJfS Btore r SSSThe Monarch Mining Company property In Hopkins county was sold to James R Rub of Earllngton Instead of to the St Bernard Mining Co An attractive woman thrives on good food and sunshine with plenty of exer cic in the open air Her form glow with health and her face blooms wits beaulY When troubled with a costivi habit she takes a few doses of HERBIKI to cleanse her system of all impurities Price 60 cents Penny Drug Store I FttzalratnOQU and Sbarkoy fought a frleDdly Qvoround bout In New York whlcb the referee pronounced a draw Praise the bridge that carries you over eitber a flood or cough BALLAKD DREDOUND Smur has brought so many over throat and lung troubles such as- coughs colds bronchitis etc that Us- praleps are sung everywhere Price 25- and 50 cents Pennys Drug Store- Louie Rook Michigans oldest man 15 dead at 107- Forfamily Dee In numberle81 ways BuL- ARDS SNOW LINIMEXT is a useful and ulnablo ramedy Price 25 and 60 etnts Pennys Drug Store 117 ladles very fine plush and seal capes worth from ti50 to 18 must be turned into money at once will be sold from 1376 to 750 This is the biggest cape offering in the history of Stanford A chance in a life time to secure the very latest Myle 27 inch box coat all colon silk lined and very nice good worth 0 go at U 25 This oOer is good for 10 days only- Collarettes and scarfs at reduced prices Towels tablecloths napkins shame and bolsters bed spreads lace curtains sateens linings cashmeres worsteds flannels table linen tabo oilcloth bleach ed cottons and all ladies goods at way below coat KINGSVILLE Tho writer hopes the rural free delivery will extend as far fie Klngsvll Call on Mrs W L McCarty and ex amine tho nice line of coats jackets furs ore which she has for sale Miss Elizabeth McFarland ot Kno ville who bas been the attractive RUCIIt tl her aunt Mrs B C Pennybacki left Sunday for her homo Measles Is epidemic hero Men Gertie Davidson Virginia Johnson and Manfred Chevolelto while G A Walter Is threatened with them A protracted meeting Is In pro resl at tho Methodist church The pastor Rev W H Thompson li being assIst oJ by Rev George Thompson of Pu lash Elder Berry ot Henderson failed to Oil his appointment at the Cbrlstli church last Sunday having been detained at the bedside of his broths i who suffered a paralytic stroke E D Carey a C S employe spent a few days with his mother Mrs Fannto E Carey Miss Katherlna Wells of Junction City who Is a fair will spend Xmas with friends cbarmerI The lick so far as wo can Improving or soon will be skill of our good physicians lour correspondent has recovered from an attack ot grip shes mighty glad to toll everybody WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewel candy flowers man that i the order of a womans preferences Jew els form a magnet of mighty power to the average woman Even that greatei of all jewels health Is often ruined in tho strenuous eflorts to make or save the money to purchase them It a woman will risk her to get a coveted gem then let bet fortify herself against tbo Inslduous consequences of coughs and bronchial affections by the regula use of Dr Uoschecs German It will promptly arrest consumption in Its early stages heal the affected lung and bronchial tubes and drive the dreai liscato from the It tr not a ureall butlit is n certain euro for cough colds and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr G G Gteens reliable remedies al Pennys Drug Store Get Jreens Special Almanac A British syndicate is said to have obtained control ot about three elghthl of the producing oil wells In the Beau moot field The syndicate will erect torage tanks pipe lines and a refiner lad will ship oil to Europe at lets cost ban the freight on till to Eastern seaboard HAMHERLAIN8 STOMACH AND LIVER TABLETS Try them When you feel dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste In the mouth When your liver ta torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache nV eL T ulerJ Mllmin They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and gulate your liver and bowels For by Craig k clocker druggists SPECIAL ROUND TRIP RATES C dt o RAILWAY Commencing Jan 1 1002 roundtrip tickets will be sold bo rccn all stations ot the C St O Rail wayexcept between Charlottesvlllo aDd Washington and between Lexlng and Louisville and Intermediate nations at a reduction from the local raLls On and alter that date passen Ire paying fare on the tralna will be inreed hOe extra receiving a receipt from the conductor which hOc will be r funded op presentation of such reo celpt to any ticket office George W Barney D P A George W Swearlnnen one of atbe- best known citizens of Louisville dead there U morC Urrb in this section of the- eeuolrylhau all otkerdtiruc put together and the last few rear was supposed to be to and rroaoucufILand by constantly curt mont prcnouDceJ It Incurable Selenctmt proUD conitllutloml discus has raforre iulreconitltiulonl Uetm Dt Halls CAlIrrh Cure F J Cheney ToledoCo Ohio is the only conitlutlonal sun on tbs market It U taken IntMuallrUn doen- from 10 drop to a teaspoonful It acu UirecllT blood and mucous surfaces ol the sys 1m They prone hundred dollars forany Clue t laU to cure Send lor and t t Iraontala tddrer FJCl1ENEYtCOToiedo0o- 14 by drugttau i1c Jail YamllY 1711s are the best A Chance For Ladies Latest style goods at old style prices Gentlemen 175 pair mens wonshoes satin calf slue from 0 to 10 t2 go at nSc Mens boots felt boots rubten all kinds of shOt overcoat heavy suits un derwear lists and caps at less than tho raw material cost Mens and boys Holmes Ides collate worth 15e go at 4c each 076 pair ladles and mens coarse shoes worth 1160 go at 76c A flyer for Saturday and Monday only Mona 25o sox for lOc Childrens latest style cloaks and box coats ages from 2 to 14 worth 360 and 400 go at tl75 The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For sale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber Good Milk flow Ac I LADlE I t 1 A WORD ABOUT THAT XMAS PRESENT Dont worry about itcomo to us This is a mans store and wo nro used to the hobbies of men in regard to wCliringtapparel Wo have waited upon the majority of men in town and can bo of valuable assistance to you in choosingIsomething appropriate Wo have taken special purchases for Christmas anti have something to satisfy tho tnsto and fit the pocketbook of everybody They are now Mufflers Silk Handopcr for your inspection Neckwear kerchiefs Fancy Suspenders Ladies and Gentlemens Fine Shoes lime Gloves Overcoats Umbrellas Ac Dont delay too long Purchases made now cnn bo held and do livered when ortle- redCumminsI a McClarys I G L CARPENTER W G VITmmSI A Well Furnished ijome Adds much to Cliristmns Happiness Every thing we soil is dcBigncdto make homo more comfortable and pleasant aff ntt 9urStore I Ifyou want more Ladies Desks Pictures Chairs fcc UomcmbclIwe are agents for the Gunu Section 1 al Book Case Withers Furniture CotSTANFORD KENTUCKY 500 Xmas Dolls npricgft m 5c to 3all sizes kinds and colors You cant help being pleased Presents Suitable for all such as Games fjil1- ntulHHEBsls HHsHMHsf Wooden Toj8 KlllVCS JllVCIlilc Books Building Block Doll Dinner Sets and Tables c A Largo Selection of latest Novels dud Standard Works s r MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ETC d favor us with a call and we will do nil we can to make your visit to our store pleasant CRAIG Be HOCKER JAS FEYEIs making Big Inducements and offering Spe cial Reductions for the Holidays inS I Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fresh Goods and of the DeaL Quality at the Very Lowest Prices Heavy Bootfljat manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE A NICE BUGGY ROBE Would make a Substantial Christmas Present t Examine Our Line Carson Pence Stanford Dealers in Buggies Harness c r