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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r cr s I NALJVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 31 1901 3 P M NO 86 MIDDLEBURG Tho M Jdleburif Normal College will open Nov Ycara day A good attend anco It p idlcted Frank Sandu lcv of Caioyn Crockr and Mitts Lydia Doll dauehterof Frank Boll of Llnnle wore married Xmas Bonn the little 18montnold ion ut John Coulter bad an cyo badly burned by tho carclcii use of a Homau candle Tbo Chrlvttaai just passed win un doubtedly tbo dullest over experienced r In Mlddlcburg We would hover have thought of CbrUtina bud It not been for tbo time of y6ar A moat notlcable feature was the abience of firework There U considerable tlckncea In tbo community though no torloui cnsni r ore reported Mrs J R Wilson U till very poorly George Wesley has a three year old daughter down with scarlet fever and another child with the mumps Prof D Edgar Folc of Georgetown College Is spending the holidays with his parent Jnmo Rumpslay of Jxnv s livllle U visiting E E Kelicy and family Matter Rod Wesley and ili tent Mleics Cora and Ada of Luncat ter Bro i endlng tbo holidays with relative hero Mr and Mri Sherman Lanboro of Lexington aro hero for n few day George Jolt and wife of near Natural Bridge are spending a ehort time with friends and relative George ROM of Arp Texas Is visiting relatives here Mr U U Jour e vlilllng relatives near Cam pbollevll 10 ru Marla Powell of Loulivlllo U the guest of Mr and Mrs Reed Mc Cormick Perry Wesley and wife left for Louisville last week where they t will reside temporarily tho former to study dentistry The Wayne county boys all camo In for the holidays novo t D E Foglo and Muse Bcsilo and Ru by Foglo aro visiting relatives In Lou livllle Miss Minnie Shannon of June Lion City spent Christmas bore Supt J C Lay was In Frankfort and Lexing too last week John Swope visited In Parksvlllo last week Prof Davis and wife and Mr Dope and wife have re turned from Hustonvllle Robert nail has returned from Somerset Duke and Steuben Codbey bavo returned to C U NEWS NOTES Frank Pcaroy who died In Chicago i carried 11376000 Insurance United State Senator William J Sowetl died at Camden N J Tbo coal strike troubles In Christian county are believed to be ended Capt Richard P Lcary U S N former governor of Guam U dead ctablllblmontJon W II Gentry will have a boa glo bound rajo at Lexington tomorrow Three children wore burned to death In n Ore which destroyed a residence at Buffalo Riley Ram war shot and sorluutly wounded at Plcmlngsburg while tiring giant crackers By tbo premature explosion of dyne mite at Paris throo Negroes wero per hap fatally hurt Tho McKInley memorial fund at Cln clnnutl subscription la to be closed The project Is a failure Albnrt Leggett of Lexington bad his left eye blown out and his left hand badly mangled by a giant firecracker At Chicago owing to ft disagreement of parents aix year old Alice Jayno had two funerals and two Intormen- While riding In a skiff on the Ohio river John Barnes of Petersburg became suddenly Insane and throw hi e wife overboatd William IJolee Sr Will fatally sh- In of a drunken row bt Irvine by hla son The youngerBowlea badly wounded his brother Qbarles Boles Jack veteran engineer the L k N wasround dead In bed his home In Bowling Green under cir cumstances Indicating Buloldo Nathan Stllbblo old of Murray Ky claims to have an apparatus by means of which ho can transmit tho human voice through space without wlroICircuit Judge Settle at Bowling Green refused the Injunction asked W Scott Miller In tbo Mammoth litlentlpn which leaves II C Gant la charge of the cave property Mr William Blair of Portsmouth 0 found an old pistol and without vestigating snapped It at her child Too weapon did not discharge b when the woman turned It on herself a bullet from It killed her COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN Recommendation of a Well Known cago Physician I use and prescribe Chamberlains Cough Jtomedy for almost all obstinate conitrlcted coughs with direct results I prescribe It to children of all ages Am shad to recommend it to all In need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial ailllcllons It la non agrcot is and safe In the hands of the most unpro- fewloniil A universal panacea for nil mankind Mrs Mary B Melendy M D Ph D Chicago This remedy Is for sale by Craig A Hocker druggists y LIBERTY The Baptist church Is nearing corns pletion Henry Taylor U building a handsome residence In Liberty George King has sold his hock line to Glbony L Boll for 81000 Miss Pearl Montgomery of Uamll too College hat home this week to the delight of some of the Liberty beaux t The store room connected with the Exchange Hotel Is being arranged for too poitottlce which will be In charge of Mrs Maltlo McRoberls the drst of the year Mrs Juan Hall who has been sick for some time Is slowly Improving Mrll Will Myers and children of Hue toovllle aro visiting her mother and other relative hero Prof Thomas has bought property nnd wilt make Liberty his home Were glad to have such men as Mr Thomas come In Ho will open school tbo lit of January with Miss Kllle God by ai aisletant The L T L under the training of Mrs Wlnio Wilkinson and Mill Anna fjeldco will give un entertainment In tho near future Much Interest Is boy lag manifested ID tbo Legion and with their careful training success Is assur ed The friends of Robert Wayman are glad to see him him back In Liberty after a prospecting trip of several months In Oklahoma Geo Montgom ery of U la at homo Vlaeto Phillip who la attending a dental col lege In Loulivlllo U at home Mrs Ruperts and daughters former ly of Duonvlllo bore moved to tbo ref idence of Mrs Coot They entertain cd a number of friends Friday ovenlo from S to 12 In honor of Mr and Mr Wilt Rector Misses Lucy Bell Otlle Rice Ethel Smith and Messrs Sam Dell end Goo Purdy of Dunnvllle attended the PbllllpsUell wedding Rob crt Allen of Lexington Is expected hero to meet hlellater Mr Field s Montgomery who with her husband Is visiting relatives at this place The parlor and bails of tbo Ex change Hotel rang with joy and morn mont lau Thursday evening As an nounced by Invitation Tho Sale o Old Bachelors and oyster supper giv en by tbo young men of Liberty camo off Business and cares were given gladThefrom lire cents to 85 Tbo auctioneer Richard Glbooev did justice to over sale describing all the good qualities of the bachelor such as knocked kneed bow legged blue eyed black eyed cross eyed false tooth toothless bald head red heads red noses etc agog ranging from n to 73 Tne rato who brought the highest price was eel broughhigherhad bogus to realize tbut owing to scarcity of tho untold bachelor It was timoforthemCoblJorbelefttomour lor what might have been Some of the bachelor who sold at such reduced prices contested the sale desiring to ho sold by weight and not by the tread The contest was led by Os Bowman whoso size and redeeming qualities lire far above the overage and la well known to be fully competent to make an excellent living for u wife After the sale each purchaser with her isu hatmwhere a bountiful supply awaited the Tho tittles wore decorated with tern and roses which gave to the room with Its lights glass and silver a pi c ture of lovllnosd Afar supper tbo s sembly was entertained by a committee appointed for that purpose P Wblpp and J P Cowden standing ofthe helm to see that all went wolf wit Lbeyoung men of Liberty and hurrah for the Exchange Hotel and Its kin host and hostess Mr and Mr W D Slagg One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that of Mr Charles Phi- lips and Miss Della hell at the Chris ovenlonR ul erend ceremony was said by MoutlomeryTbe Tnho form was that of trlpple presidedutat organ as strains of Mendel ebons wedding march filled the church the bridal party took their places Following Bro Montgomery glhIr med with terns and roses These lift girls were Lula end Minnie Boll sister and cousin to tbo bride Alllo Stall and Frances Portman They took tbelr positions In front of the bridal altar and formed two arches with their wands one on the right and one on the left Next came four smaller girls Gert Boll Katie Warrlner Mary Stagg and cirrylnlbouquetserasing and passing through the arch es to theIr positions Next came the utbers Messrs George Montgomery Wlnlton Pbllllp and James Cowdcn Tbo brldo passed up tbo right aisle and the groom the left meeting under a canopy of Illllc and ferns The bride was dressed In oink satin do alma trimmed with white silk embroidered Illllc and carried a bouquet of white roses and terns After the ceremony tho bridal party and quests went to the home of Mr T J Bell on Church Av shoo where a reception was given Congratulations Christmas greetings and good wishes generally were in ors der until all wero Invited out to the wedding loner which was sumptuously grand consisting of six courses beau tifully served and much enjoyed AI together tho occasion was one to be remembered with pleasure As we think of the groom In young manhood and the bride In her youth beauty and In nocence we wish them much joy and prosperity through life and as tbo years como to them whether they faring suns shine or sorrow they can look back with a sweet and happy remembrance to their beautiful bridal eve Crab Orchard Revs Bruce preached Sunday night at the Baptist church hire J James spent a few days with hire A Addams of Lebanon Little Sbcrlcy Cover received a very prelly ChrUtmu present Old Santa had a beautiful little Shetland poop readynto IngThis is the last day of tbo old year aa appropriate time for reflection talking with our pUt hours and what report they bore to Heaven ao forgnew year Tho Christmas tree at tbo Baptist church was a success with the excep ion that Forest Foley who was repre icnllng Mr Santa Claus was quite severely burned by his costume catching Ore from the wax candle quietlyrelieve the monotony Charlie Likens who Will shot by Hiram Grant on Xma Eve le reported as doing reasonably andfai poor ard U to frequently branded with simi btoour poaceluillt tin city Dr James Munday Bronaugb of brieYt leave tomorrow Wednesday for Lex ington where he will remain until ibe ith when he will claim one of Lexing tons fair and lovely belles as hIs own Mlu EUle Huffman being the fortunate ova The twain will bo mails one host Weett tiers0 arc In may bell hell here upon earth bo long abundantly happy and useful nod final ly may Heaven with all Rte Joys be their eternal home the with of their many friends Mr and Mrs Campbell of Louis ville ore with tbo family of Dr Pet rue John Buchanan of Louisville spoof B few days with his mother biro Jane Buchanan Tbo friends of Muter Charlie Holman are glad to see him bierrt gomery has Improved him remvleitloag He was accom pealed by MU Daley Gilbert After a Maes s Beaz TucWe daugh Lizzlhe a merry e party at her hospitable home near tbo Miesede Lancaster also Mcssra Collier A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE From the GazetteTooombaAustralla I find Chamberlains Cough Remedy an excellent medicine 1 have been eu toting from a severe cough for tbo last two months and U has effected t care I hat greaUpleasure in recommending it1U Wockner This is the opinion of on of our oldest and most respected and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and be benefited as was Mr Hbckncr This remedy ls sold by Craig Jr hooker drug gist Hon R C Warren Announces CongresstECWALTO Editor of INTERIOR JOURNAL lam a candidate fortbe democratic nomina flea for Congress In the 8th District of Kentucky R C WAIIKEN toH T Mclntyre St Paul Minn yr has been troubled with a disordered atom ach says Chamberlains Stomach an Liver Tablets do mejniore good than thing I have ever taken For tale Craig it Rocker druggists I JAMES MARET Toe INTERIOR JOURNALS clever and efficient Mt Vernon correspondent telephonenMt Vernon Signal HUSTONVILLE Messrs W M Myers and C T Bo bon will ship a car load of extra good mules to Atlanta today Tuesday Tho Old Fiddlers Contest at Al orns Opera Rouse tomorrow night Is an assured success if there is say in llcalloos from a largo number of en tries for the prizes A good many horsemen baye been hero lately W S Drye S Co sold to a Michigan party a road mare for 6150 and to Ball fire of Versailles tbelr fine trotting mare by Winks and out steppeddPowell a boy on the 24th Dr Carl Wheeler came over from Lexington Sunday to visit his parents Popular and clever Tood Adams coma over from Danville to attend the entertain ment given by tbo Red Men C W Adams who bas been confined to his room for several days Is able to be back at business Misses Edna and Dot Camoltz and Messrs George A Diowlddle and Roy Bonta of Lexington Val B Morse and O S Williams attended the hop at Stanford blot Friday night and report a fine time J G Wcatberford and W M Myers were in Cincinnati last week uying good Mr Myers returned Saturday while Mr Weatberford vflll visit hie family In Latonla for a few days Wm Neal has returned to visit his parents from Salt City The following olllcer and board o director of The Wayne Oil fc Gas Co were elected at tbelr meeting here Saturday J W Lockrldge president and manager George D Wcalherford secretary end treasurer W M Myers James Fryo J C Barker W R Wil liams J W Lockrldge George D Weutbcrford and Cburlei Wheeler board of directors Contracts have been let for two wells and work has be gun This lease Is In sight of 10 pro ducing wells toe nearest being Beaver Creek No 1 that has struck oil In a 12 tout strata of Gordon sand something entirely different from any other strike In Wayne and Insure a low as good in Ova or 10 years as it Is today Striking Oil an up to date come dy with many local hits and Inter spersed with music was well reodere- Thursday night at Alcorns Open louse to a crowded house Standing room was at a premium Tbe members of the company deserve much credit for tbo able manner In which they rent dered their parts Some of whom with only 10 days rehearsal most strikingly evidenced the talent of successful pro fessional To particularize all that are deserving would Include a coterie epacelHowever et by Miss Pearl Rose and Mrs Wat ofeon by Miss Edna Camoltz and Elvira Clarendon by Miss Victoria Bishop showed a close study of tho difficult characters they represented and mature judgment In their rendition Tbe Dolllt0 ca 0 entire audience with her popular bal wooliappre ittLockrldges piano selections so artist apeIn and ORafferty assumed by Mr Cbas Wheeler in Boring for 011 though evidently different In dialect were so ably rendered tbat the best eye of an old footlgbt favorite would turn green with envy CHURCH MATTERS a Rev J W Haglna subject Sunday morning Is Christs First Message to Onlyh ofdottersbycalled Rev Noel and he may accept 11Irrt I BARGAINS r m N alliliBlHolIday Goods ii1 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 1111 THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing iI satisfied1JiP r = = ==R OVER 1 COATS AT Reduced Prices 1 We Have 5U1 McC1arystI MURRAY MeADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky ++++ + JIII + ++ New Years Presents WEDDING PRESENTS and gifts suitable for any occasion can be dfound at our store We handle no side lutes being legitimate jewelers Our stock of Fashionable Jewelry Designs GORHAM SILVER ACi- s t more exclusive and complete and fur su M gorier to any that can be found in the dc partment stores No charge for engraving Murray Be McAdams SAVE MONEY This Year by Trading With Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming implements Etc Etc iv p p fl f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON y W P WALTON Ii i CAndidate for tithe Commlulontr for the 24 District lubtect will of the ilemocrcr i OUT FOR CONGRESS Elsewhere wo publish a card from the Hon Richard Crutchflcia Warren of this city In which be announces his candidacy for the democratic nomlna tlon for Congress In this district Ware heartily glad to publish the announcement It has been cared tba his modesty and disinclination to oppose the aspirations of other excellent gentlemen in this direction would cause him to decline the race notwithstand- Ing the desire wldelyoltand express ed In this portion of the district tha he should be a candidate To the peo pie of Lincoln county where he bns lived since early manhood to the people of Boyle where be was born and reared and to the people of the ad Joining car ntiee where he has long and honorably practiced his profession Mr Warren needs neither Introduction nor Indorsement But to those of remote counties where he Is not so well knowi we may be permitted to say that no man in the State is better fitted by nature and by training or worthier by reason of character and public service to fill and adorn this Important statiot than is the subject of this notice Hi Is a sincere Christian without bigotrj or cant he Is a sound lawyer with no conception of chicanery or sharp practice he Is a democrat loyal and tried and true but without narrowness 01 bitterness he Is an honest upright may whom no bribe could tempt not danger deter from the straIghtest path of honor and duty This Is not meant we beg to say merely as a perfunctory compliment to a popular fellow towns man but It is written with all the earnestness and warmth of the genuine conviction that It Is only his due II he is elected or rather let us say when be Is elected It will be but a short while before tbe people of the entire district will have learned the simple truth of this tribute and know that they can lean in any emergency and with unquestioning confidence on the solid virtues on the sober sagacity and on the calm courage of the man from Lincoln We only voice the unanimous feeling of his home county In wishing him an easy victor In tbe contest for the nomination and THEN we pledge him In the final race the greatest majority ever given In the countys history since the Man and Brother was made a voter THE silly story was telegraphed froth New York that Pat T Farnsworth had challenged Deaba Brecltlnrldge editor of the Lexington Herald to fight a duel because the latter had said that Farnsworth left Lexington because he was afraid of him Breckinrldge Edl torBrecklnrldge was as much surprle ed at the news aJ his friends were and says he never made such a remark and barely knows Farnsworth He Is not letting the matter worry him in the least THE Elks of a number of cities have done great good for the poor during the last week At Louisville 10000 presents were given the unfortunates by that order wblle at Lexington and Danville the B P O Es made substantial presents that carried joy to many hearts Ii the members continue the good work Best People On Earth will be no misnoma but a most appropriate name for the jolly Elks AN Indiana man died of blood poison- Ing superinduced by a slight abrasion of the tongue caused by licking the mucilage on an envelope wltb a view of sealing It Had he licked tbe dry part of the envelope it would have atuck better and he would have been spared the unpleasantness of dying with a bad taste in his mouth Let the living profit by his example THE president baa proven again that ae prefers tbe company of Negroes to that of white people On a recent hunting trip In Virginia ho declined the hospitality of men of his own race and dined with a Negro at his cabin Teddys fondness for the colored broth er may cause him to put obe or two of them In his cabinet EDITORS HARRIS and Jones of the Adair News and Spectator respective ly after calling each other all sorts of bad names have kissed and made up and the country breathes easier TUB Jessamine Journal celebrated its 27th birthday last week Heres hop lug Editors McCarty and Stears will see their good paper celebrate many more birthdays DISPATCHES say that Gen Basil W Duke once saved the life of Gov Dur bin of Indiana An anxious public arises to ask what did he do it for TilE Danville News paid no attention to Christmas but went along and got out a newsy double issue The News Is indeed a lively youngster GOV SHAW of lowabas accepted the treasury portfolio and the president now has two cabinet members from i that State iI Tim new county officers will take their seats so to speak next Monda The retiring officers have good clean records to look back on and both they and their friends are proud of then Mr S M Owens has made one of the very best sheriffs Lincoln county has over had and he goes out of office wltb friends galore He will spend a pot buslnessjoffarm near MoKlnney Jailer DcBorc probably the most popular man In the county will move to his recently put chased farm In the East End Grat villa Baker Lincolns clever assessor retires with the good will of everybody Irrespective of politics We are to say that Judge James P IladI County Clerk G B Cooper Supt land Singleton and County Harvey Helm will have to make no change In business but will just go along serving the county with credit alike to themselves and their constll ucncy That the countys affairs VIU be well cared for for four years more no one will gainsay and we expect to see Lincoln In a better condition final dally four years benco than she has been in a half century Our fiscal court Is made up of good men and true who will take pride at all times In do- Ing that which will redound to the best interests of the county OurHepresen- tatlve and Senator have both prove themselves good moo for the omcesto which they were elected and profltlnf by the experience they have had we believe Hons M F North and Georg T Farris will be of Incalculable beneQ to the grand old county of Llncolntbe garden spot of all creation IN few hours the old year will bar been numbered with the things tba were and the new year ushered In Tomorrow is the day to make good resc utions and in sling parlance a day when many will swear off The IN ERIOR JOURNALS resolve Is that It- wIU be a better paper and will ty the harder to please Its friends tho advertisers and subscribers Right here It- may not be out of place to state that we- will make some decided Improvements In 1002 about which we will speak later We are exceedingly thankful for the liberal patronage received during the year just closing and ask a continuance promising to carry out as far ai possible our resolve made above We wish all of our readers their sisters their cousins and their aunts a happy and prosperous new year and extend to theta the compliments of the season TEDDY Is determined to have the nanlmous support of the colored rather for a second term ills bold stroke to that end In dining with Booker Washington was supplemented with a cake walk at the White House on Christmas day in which the president of the United States took the leading part From the press reports of them nDer in which he acquitted himself the celebrated Frog Eye is indangei lof losing the belt TUE Elkton Progress prints a fine picture of Kentuckys next U S Sena tor90v James B McCreary an oples dozens of complimentary men tone of him taken from other papers THIS AND THAT Money loaned at 12 per cent on Wall treet yesterday John Dalrymple wellknown Scotch artlet died of starvation ln Belfast W H Underwood sold to D N rewltt a lot of beeves at 31c and bogs at file In a pitched battle between Japanese troops and Formosan rebels over 100- meD were killed The high price of wheat may cause any of the largest flour mills In Kansas to shut down The New York Legislature will convene tomorrow and likewise the Mary laDd Legislature Senator Hannas supporters charge that there BA conspiracy in Ohio to etlre him from office Alf W Davis one of the best known republican politicians In Louisville died of Brlghta disease In four days State Senator Meek of Columbus Miss and four of his daujtb ters have died of pneumonia Five hundred new corporations flied rtlcles in tbe office of the secretary of tate during the present year Four persons were killed and 18 Injured In a collision on the Chicago and rorthwestern railway at Malta 111 The navy department has ordered wireless telegraph plants set iip at Washington navy yard and Annapolis John Pinover jumped from the Brooklyn bridge to see if be could acv ompllsh the feat and live He is still liveState Senator George T Farris of arrard was the first member of the nllw General Assembly to arrive at rankfortMrs Gibson of Fayette county after a plucky fight with wouldbe robbers wounded two who left a trail of food behind A commission of prominent English mon will come to the United States to studyour industrial commercial and lucattonal systems Bob Hatfleld who claimed to be the last survivor of the Kentucky family of that name was killed at Troy mining camp Arizona while resisting arrest on a warrant issued on complaint of his wife Chairman Young will issue the cai nextIHouse Com onecent let ter postage would result in an annual deficit of 35000000 Braxton Coffey whose mind has been considered unbalanced for some time Is mysteriously missing from his home COUDtyI Dar nett are making an effort to have him reappointed and to have his nomlna tlon sent to the Senate as soon as tba body reconveDesIcase gross will ask that he be retired on ful pay and be reimbursed for the expense IDqulryI Georgia East Tennessee North Carolina have caused floods which have wrough great damage to railroads and other property Four lives are reported lost Four men Inaugurated a reign of terror on a train near Leland Miss aDd killed J M Rhea an Inoffensive passenger Tb6y then forced the engineer to uncouple the locomotive ant run to Cleveland Rev David Brown who resides nee Bargln has passed his 03rd birthday Ho has been preaching for 75 vcan and resigned the pastorate of Deep Creek church a few years ago after a half century of faithful service Dur- Ing his ministerial career he has baptized 5000 converts officiated at 4001 weddings and preached 5000 funerals Despite his advanced age be is stll bale and hearty MATRIMONIAL W S HIndman and Miss Sallie Mar cer were married in Adair last week Logan Reed and Miss Edna Denhan were married at J M Longs last weekClarence Young aged 18 and Mist Belle Adams 16 were made onq during Xmas Oscar Cldunch and Miss Jennie Camden were married at Nathan Single tons on the 20th Garley Adams 27 and Miss LillIe Gooch 17 were married at John James last week Peter Warren a widower of 49 and Miss Sarah Rogers will be married at Tom Rogers Thursday Ernest Wayne of Marlon and Miss Zona Arnold of Perryvllle eloped to J elllco and were married Senator Chauncoy Depew and Miss Mary Palmer were married at Nice Italy after much difficulty William H Sallee of Danville and Miss Susan Elvira Humble of Padu cab wero married last week James Wilder and Miss Fannie Ver non celebrated Christmas by being made one Judge Bailey tied tbe knot James Baker aged 10 and Mrs Hot tie Peters 65 were married in Boyle It was tbe grooms second matrimonial venture and the brides fourth Our Crab Orchard letter tells of the ipuroacblng marriage of Dr J M Bronaugb of Purcell I T to the beautiful Miss Elfie Huffman of Lex North a posperous farmer of the West End and Miss Della Drye were joined heart and hand during tbe holidays Tbe groom Is 45 and tbe bride 20- George B Jones of Winchester and Miss Bella Holtzclaw worn married at Mrs Lucy Holtzclaws last week Tile bride Is a handsome young woman ands very popular To The Public Having purchased the Snore stock of Groceries Hardware Queen vare Shoes Etc of J K Van rsdale andacquired ease of building it now occupies the undersign ed will assume control of said business on Jan Lst 1902and proceed at once toward the es ablishing of a representative business in the lines of goods carried iVe hope to retain the customers of our predecessor and to acquire nany others besides Through prompt and efficient service and the naintenance of a first lass establishment We nvite you to call and in ipect our goods feeling s6hfident that we shall nterest you and enlist your good wishes in our ehalfwatts Tribble Successors to J K VanArsdale w r The Louisville StoresII GreatGlosing Oat Sale I v e i Is still in progress and will continue un til every dollars worth is sold Take advantage of this rare opportunity Buy t of us and make your nickles and dimes s do what dollars do elsewhere Mens hen Overcoats worth S a warm present cut to 398 Youths Oxford Overcoats ages 16 to 10 years something durable worth 0 at 208 Mens fancy bosom and plain whito shirts worth cut to ISc Mens heavy fleeced Underwear worth 75c reduced to 45c Mens all wool underwear in red and tan worth 1 at 40c Mens heavy work gloves lined anti un lined worth 1 and 150 at 40c Mens fine shoes Lace anti Congress worth 2 and 250 at 148 50c Neckwear 25c 1 Oxford Muillers 45c 85c Cashmere Sox 15o- 60c Work Shirts 25c 50c Silk Handkerchiefs 25c Good heavy 104 Ulnnkets white and gray worth 1 n pair at G9c THE LOUISVILLE STORESalinger Wholesale and Retail Stanford A IAUENTS ANXIETY FOIt SoN Oil DAVUIITK- KI relieved to a great extent by sending them to tbe Commercial Colltgo of IenI lucky rnlvernlty for it business course Hundred of the graduate of till college once farmer boys clerks teacher are recelvln from il000 to 13000 salary per particulars1Vllbar Livery Outfit For Sale wlih to sell my livery business at Me Kinneyand will wako the to the tradebutbuyer Aia having n good dont like the buslncm Write or call for partic ulars JOHN COULTER McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE 257 Acres in Preach orsvillo Lincoln Co Ky mile from Stanford 8 miles from Lancaster on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard piker agotd dwelling good wells and cistern good ponds plenty of OSf and rail timber for fencing Well to stock rafting Will divide It Into two farm or soul as a whole A splendid bar gain Rev W E ARNOLD Stanford FART FOR SALContaining 183 acres two miles south of McKinney on Mlddleburg pike ITS acres under fence and 185 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered be sold In two tracts of about equal amount or as a whole For further Information call on or address J 8 MOBLEY McKinney Ky Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder of the First National Bank of Stanford will be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1902 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year JOHN J McROBERTS Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the Ltn coIn County National Dunk of Stanford wll- be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1002 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year J II OWSLEY ashler- A ttttlltllttilltllllllilitl RUBBER DOCTOR JlIE home without a Hot Water Bottle lacks that something which may be needed any hour of the day or night A soft yielding rubber bag that applies heat as nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for hours HEAT HELPSmost any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and soothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have heat at its best No ecorchjng and a steady even temperature Those we offer are made as they should boof finest Para rubber with rclnforced seams All sizes and every size at a bargain PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky tlllI + ltt + tt ltt t Ladies Fur Minks worth 250 reduced to OSc Ladies 4 Fur Collarettes a very useful and pretty present 108 Ladies Fur Collarettes worth 0a very handsome present cut to 398- 50o Fascinators in all colors cut to 29c 34in wide all wool dress suiting in plaids and all solid colors worth 50o a yard at 25c- Ladies Capes well made anti nicely trimmed worth cut to 40c 7 l2c Outing Cloth 5c 5ceiu Calicoes all colors 4c 7 lc Canton Flannels 5o 25c Fancy Hose lOc lOc Pearl Buttons 5c- lou Mitts 5c We have a few Dolls and Wagons left cost not considered Bros Prors Ivy I adapted J G WKATIIKUFOUD 1V M MYKKS I Weatherford MyersSuc- cessors to T F Stcc- lcHUSTONVILLB KY Dealers In Drugs Dry Goods Notions Hardware Groceries t Hats Shoes c OSFIn order to make room for new goodsI we offer our entire stock at COST FOR CASH I Drop in and see us and make our store your headquarters when you come to HustonvillelOur tine of Groceries Hardware Chinawarei Quccnswnrc Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete The best selected line that could be had is now on Display GEORGE Ha HARRIS A CO To Strike Oil call at Till CHARLES WHEELER EMPORIUM I HUSTONVILLE KY Our stock is complete in every sense Prices tIe below the Trenton Rock where the oil is found Our Shoo 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 j will be open for your inspection We keep every thing found in a general line Como and save your oil in winter goods Vc guarantee 110 dust ers or watered stock 4 CHARLES WHEELER t a 3THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY DEC 311001 In filling your pruicrlptloos wo usoItho right medicines In tho exact propor tions and with proper caro We could not do boner It yon paid ui doublo the I price which Is nlwaye reasonable Pen- nyr e Drug Store lPERSONALS several days at Plnevllle JAS T MtnE II up from Mont- gomory Ala HON M F NOUTH Is threatened with pneumonia O D OWENS visited his parents at s Wllllumtburi last week Miss HUA MAY SAUNDKIIS la visit lag relatives In Cincinnati 11 ED HALE left yesterday for KanI City In search of a position DR A S PRICE Is back at his don tal office after a monthtllllnclIiMil WILLIAM POUTER spent a port tion of tho holidays In Lexington REV U D COCKKKLL of Louisville was the guest of Revs W E Arnold ELIJAH Moo HE of Casey spent a portion of Xmas with his sisters here FIELDING THURMOND of Louisville was up last week to see tho homefollcs Mil E P OWSLKY of Columbus Oa Joined his wife and daughter hero MRS WILLIAM RICK of Richmond was here Ian week with the Misses Meier MR GREKNHERRV DKIQUT and wife of Danville attended tho old fiddlor contest Mn M O WILLIAMS and family spent Xmas with his parent at Mt Vernon MRS JOE nARDIN and children of Corbln aro with Mr and Mrs E U Caldwoll t MR J C McWllORTER of Crab Orchard spent a portion of last week In Lexington s MRS ALIIERT U SEVERANCE spent a portion of the holidays with relatives at Richmond MRS GEOitat A McIlOiiHUTS of Covlngtan WAS the guest of friends and relatives hero r MR JOHN B KIKPE wife and child of Lancaster paused through to Hut tonvlllo lait week REV J W UAQIN and brldo have returned and Mr II will fill his pulpit at tho Christian church Sunday MRS ALICE CLOYD and Mite Etta Belle Cloyd spent most of the holidays e with Mr and Mrs John P Cash Miss MYRTLE CORMINEY of the Plat Woods section spent last week with Mr and Mr J O Cormlney DR JACKSON GIVENS and family of Plttsburg were on Thursdays train bound for Louisville and other points Miss JESSIE DEANK COOICE of Naibvllle surprised her friends and relatives by coming up Christmas day MIL AND MRS MITCHELL TAYLOR of liurnsldo spent Xmas with her par once In the McCormack church sec tion BRYAN CARPENTER who Is attend ing college at Miami 0 was with bis brother George L Carpenter lasts week Mil AND MRS HORACE BROWN will receive from 4 to 8 tomorrow Wed nesday at their home on Danville Av enue MRS KATE MILLER of Danville p spent several days with Mlssca Mattlo and fettle Paxton and Florence Truc heart ATTORNEY GEO D SAUKLEY baa t rented the oRlco on Lancaster street vacated by Col W G Welch and will bang out his shingle this week PROFS 1l O WINFREY of this place J W Rawllngs of Doyle and Matt Ballard of Rockcaslle attended the teachers association In Louisville MR P K TRHIIILE arrived Sunday from Shelby and Is busy helping In voice the stock of goods ho and Mr G S Watts bought of Dr J K Van Art daleA LITTLE son arrived Saturday night to bless tbo union of Mr and Mrs C E Tate The youngster has boon named William Preston Tato for grandfatherMR A H SEVERANCE leave today for Wllmore whore Mr Severance has rented a farm Their friends hero give thorn up with much regret but wish them happiness and prosperity In their new home MR AND MRS J E CLAUNCII and Miss Sara Wood Lynn of Somerset and Miss Jennie Lynn of Bourbon College spent the holidays with Mr and Mrs J E Lynn Miss Mary An I derson also of Somerset rae their guestT HILL SiALDiNa one of our finest young men and moat promising lawyers will go Into the law olllco o Charles n Shield of Loulevlllo and bo associated with that well known at torney In the practice of law Ho will leavo Stanford this week to tho regra of legions of friends Miss ANNE COOK HUFFMAN arrived Thursday quite unexpectedly from Boston and will make a short visit to her parents Dr and Mrs Leo P Huff man Mrs M E Fish and daughter Miss Alllc and Master Montez Fish o 4CrabOrchard spent several days wit Mrs Rannlo Burke Lexington Ob server 4 yes J Pox DUUDLRAR of Livingston with his parents here CLELLAND EABTLAND wan up from Louisville last week JAKE MYEIIS is up from a severe spell of malarial fever JOHN T SMITH of Paris spent sev eral days with Mr G A Eubanka- MESSRS REED NICHOLS and J C Lynn of Danville were hero Sunday Miss EARL GAENAULT cf Richmond In the guest of Miss Tevls Carpenter REV R R NOEL went to Danvlllo today to attend tho Noel reunion to morrow MR W E PERKINS of Crab Orch ard was hero this week Somerset Journal MESDAMES ALEX WEST and V A Lear of Garrurd are with Mrs J A DudderarWE that Mra Kate Dudderar will return from Illinois and open a millinery store Miss VIRGINIA LYNAM of Louis vlllo spent tbo holidays with Misses Salllo sod Pearl King JAILER ROUT HUNTER of Nlcbolai vllle was hero today In tbo Interest of tho Osborno Machine Co DR AND MRS L M GARVIN of force Cave aro visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S 0 Thurmond BHELTON M SAUFLEY of tho Lox ington Democrat spent several dayI with his mother Mrs Nannie S SaufI leyTnEDanvlllo News has secured tho services of Craig Ralston who has been assisting the Advocate for several months MRS DAWSON of Ashland and Mr Leon Castle of Knox have been the guests of Mr and Mrs John F- En gleman MISSES KITTIE MASON and Mattlo Mao Robinson of Lancaster worn hero this week en route to Uuetonvillo to visit friend MESSRS WILLIAM AND ALFRED KAISER of Louisville are hero spend log a few days with their unclo Mr John Cbrlstman MRS G T PARRIS and pretty daughter Miss Louise ol Lancaster took tbo train hero for Jelllco to visit her daughter Mrs Smith MRS J R MOUNT and handsome daughters Misses Margaret and Joan Mount of LaGrange spent a portion of tho holidays with Mrs U J MoRob ertsMR AND MRS J W LOCKRIDOE of luttonvtllc were hero Friday Mr Lockrljgo has considerable oil Inter cats and as a consequence Is making ALICE CLOYD and Miss Etta Belle Cloyd will spend the first five months of the year in Cincinnati where tills Cloyd will bo In tbo Conservatory of Muslo MR ERNEST T ALCORN who has served two years and eight months In tbo Philippines arrived homo In time to spend Christmas with his parents Mr and Mrs J U Alcorn near Tur neravllle OUR old friend Prof M D Hughes of Lancaster will devoto his entire time this year to organizing Maccabco lodges and ho will send the f J a let ter occasionally from tho different places ho visits MR JOE H WHITE and family left yesterday for Dallas Texas to reside Lincoln county has had fow If any better citizens than Mr White and there Is a general regret that be and his good family have left us Wo commend them to the good people df the Lone Star State CAIIELL B OWENS who has made hit unclo Sam M Owens a moat enl clent deputy has been retained In of flee by Sneriffelect Baugbman which Is a compliment to tho young man a well as a source of gratification to friends The State Auditor has re peatedly spoken welt of Mr Owens for his prompt settlements acd close tax collections LOCALS OLD newspapers for sale This olllce Tuts Is the last day for killing quail SEE thebaseburner at Goo H Farrls Cos SEE our cook stoves with fiveyear guarantee lire back John Bright Jr Co FOR RENT Either of my two reef dances on West Main Street W P Walton STOREROOM on Lancaster street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL en trance for rent Apply at this office pastduoThis means you If you owe roe Mist Annie Phillips 2t FARMtItA twoyearold daughter Brt of scarlet fever A VALUAHLB hoeorwhich refusetThe animal was shot Ih you want to have come sure enough fun attend the Old Fiddlers Contest at Alcorns Oporu House to morrow Wednesday night OLD BUT ACTIVEMr Alfred Dav fis of the Walnut Flat section who Is 72 years oldtbas built without aselet anco In last month or so a larg corn crib and shed I HOLIDAY Neckwear Mufllors and Silk Handkerchiefs at Cummins Me Clarys MY house opposite Dr Cooks for sale or rent Apply to A J Earp Winchester Ky TimE First National Dank has made lie usual semiannual dividend of 3 percent payable on demand A LANDSLIDE on the Cumberland Valley branch greatly delayed No 24 Ion Wednesday and yestordavI THREE cottages ono on Logan andI two on Whltlev Avenue for rent Four and six rooms Dr J F Peyton TICKET No 1070 draws Cummins McUlarys tine dinner set Holder of lucky number will please bring It Into them WILL sell you mi llehclover and tim othy bay corn cornchop shlpatulT oats and straw Cheap for cteh J 11 Baugbman Co JOHN TANKERSLY who was In jail not long ago for housebreaking Is In again charged with stealing a saddle Ho Is an East End product Tilts office printedjobyesterday for a gentleman who lives In Texas The Looo Star State people know where they can get good printing at low prlo cs IN remitting for bigbill of printing McAllister Bros the clover Moreland horsemen write Accept thanks for your promptness and very reasonable charges SOLD OUTJ Hugh Hagan has soldI to J J Brook his stuck of drugs at Crab Orchard and returned to Living ston We are sorry to lose him from the count- yNor1CEI have told to George D Wcatberford of iluotonvlllc all the old Mock whisky I bad 65 barrels There Is no ono else In Lincoln county who has ary H C Mock fit MEASLES Thero are a round dczin cases of measles at Dink Farmers Nino of his children and three of his grandchildren are down with that epi demic Uncle Dink has our sympa thy PETER M McROHERTS has been appointed postmaster at Tarter Adair county says a dispatch Not our excellent townsman but an Adair pro duct who Is getting pay for his services from the g o p Miss ANNIE PHILLIPS who sold her tock of millinery to Mrs Garland Sin gleton will remain with her awhile and they will both go to tbo cities In a fow days to catch on to tho latest styles and buy millinery Mrs S will later secure the services of a city trim merKILLEDGeorge Hays son of Brent Hays colored was shot In a saloon at Springfield III Christmas day by a white man named Charles Falrcblld and died Saturday Tbo remains will arrive here tomorrow Hays was In tbo employ of Mr C E Miller of Rochester that State and was making him splendid hand Tim nOlTbe hop Friday evening was ono of the most enjoyable events of tbo holidays Tbo Immortal Saxton furnished Inspiring music and some 30 couples tripped tbo light fantastic till tbo wee emit hours A number of good dancers from surrounding towns were present and everybody had a good time It was a full dress affair and beauty and chivalry was in evldenao on every band It would be a hard task to find 30 prettier girls than those who confinsed exclusively to the participants eith er for there wero handsome matrons and beautiful girls who merely looked onTttE Old Fiddlers Contest proved an enjoyable entertainment and a good thing for Messrs J R and E H Qcazloy the managers The total re ceipts were Ino and after deducting the prizes of 815 In gold hall rent etc tho promoters had enough left to buy a nlco Christmas present each There were eight contestants as follows Alex Martin Rowland O T Wallace Point Leavel Larkin Hicks Brodhead Frank YaUandln bam Science Hill Armp Dawson Mt Xenla Sam Bish op Turncrsvllle Charles Poindexter Marcellus Thomas S Moore Marks bury and the music they made MIGHT have melted a heart of stone but we dont think It did All of the contest ants did well but Drs Clifton Fowler Steele Bailey and Mr W T Tucker thought that Messrs Hicks Valland Ingham and Dawson outplayed tho rest and had them saw off another tune They finally decided that Mr Hicks was entitled to the 810 In gold and Mr Visllandlngham to tbo 85 The deals ion of course did not please all but oneImade a good one His remarks In the beginning were very appropriate and wero well received A delightful fea turo of the entertainment was not o the program At tho request of the managers Miss Polly Traylor favored the audience with a humorous recital entitled Terpsichore In tbo Flat- Creole Quarters which brought down the house 10 to speak Tilt Lincoln County National Bank has declared Its semiannual dividend of 3 per cent IN a difficulty st Orchard David Thompson was severely cut In the shoulder by John Payne POSTMASTER FLORENCE says our patrons aro still asking for Fridays issue It seems as If they have to have the I J You are expected pay your ac count at once Pluim do so All cc counts not paid by Jan 16tb will bo placed In an attorneys bands for col lection Beaslcy Bros FREE delivery of mall would bo a great convenience for our country friends If you want such a coavcn lonco call at W S Burcbs law olllco and sign a petition for sub A T NUNNELLEY ought of Mrs Matilda Er Davless yesterday tbo Mrs Kato Dudderar residence on Lancaster street for 31325 Mr Nunnolley will begin at onco to Improve the property PARIS SIIOTWELLbrother of the Shotwoll boys In jail here was held In 82000 bond for killing Hiram Baker at Corbin last week Tom Hartford who was Implicated In tho killing was hold In 81000 SNOW News from Middies boro that snow to the depth of 10 Inches covered the earth there yesterday morning A heavy snow also fell at Livingston It scarcely covered tho ground here SHOT HIMSELF Walter W Saun deraVplatol accidentally discharged tbo other day and a 38callbre bullet went crashing through two fingers of his loft hand The bone of ono finger WEB broken and the wound has proven a very painful one Kiss COST A Dr G bL Crayton a Lebanon Junction dentist kissed tho pretty wife of Marlon P arce an L fc N engineer on this division while she was In his chair After being severely flogged by theChusband ho was chased out of town FOLLOWING are the entries at tho Old Fiddlers Contest at Hustonville tomorrow Wednesday night Larkin Hicks Alex Martin Thomas Wheeler Tack Nail Henry McKinney Slim Bishop Frank Vallandingham Dr W L Lowdor Ansel Lanbam Bill Tur prnIDR J C BARKER who was here from Hustonville yesterday told us that tbo Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co has reached a depth of 1000 feet atd will rest awhile A low of about eight barrels per day continues and the company will await developments of other wells close by before going deeper Into the earth AS will be seen from their advertisement Severance k Sons have sold to The Fair Co of which Mr T D Rac ey will bo manager the larger part of their stock of goods and the rest will be closed out as soon as possible The Fair Co will occupy the Portman storo room which It being fitted up and tbo opening will take place In about 10 daps- ENGLEMANA terr a lingering Ill ness Mr Joseph Holm Engleman of Danville passed Into tbo great beyond Tuesday evening aged G5 He had been In declining health for some time and recently submitted to an operation for appendicitis from which he seem ed to rally with wonderful vitality for one of his years so much so In fact as to stimulate the hope of his ultimate recovery but some days ago be was ta ken with a severe chill and gradually grow weaker until the end came Mr Engleman was born In this county and married a daughter of the late Barney VanArsdale She preceded him to the grave and his second wife who cur vives was Miss Belldaugbter of the late Hon Joshua F Dell Besides the wire six children are left to mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent husband and father The funeral occurred at his late residence In Dan 7llle Friday and was conducted by Dr E M Green Mr Engleman was a halt brother of Mr George R Engleman of this coup ty- PFNNINGTOrrMre T M Penning ton died Thursday of paralysis aged 64 Some 17 months ago she suffered stroke but felt little Inconvenience from It but the fatal one came Just after dinner Christmas day and she was never conscious afterward Mrs Pen nlngtons maiden name was OOllln and she was born in Pulasklcounty Early In life she united with tho Presbyte clan church and had been a faithful NazaIfive children Mesdames C T Thomson and P E Kemp and Messrs Bowen G Eph and Tim M Ponnlngton aro left to mourn the loss of a wife and mother who was a mother In all tho word Implies Mrs Pennlngton was ono of those gentle warmhearted women who was never happier than when mak lag others happy and her deeds of kindness were not confined to her household but her neighbors and nth ers shared her goodness Her loss will be keenly felt by all who knew her and loved hor for her many noble traits ofI character She hid frequently talked of dying and had repeatedly expressed hor willingness to meet her Maker Having loved an upright Godly life lookedIas blissful life After services at the home at 10 oclock Saturday morning by Rev S 1l Rankin all that Will mortal of the loving wlfo and tender moth Comettion morn WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 As wiltsellNewYcarloess relations pleasant and mutually profitable QuccnswareShelfkinds Economical Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc Also Cook Stoves with indeHnictablo fire back Salt Lime Cement Clover Timo oihy quickdelivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO H f Ots Ftfi iS 2 i tf era ItVAy 4 f 7qGt e yielf S sta S yMwfiru i Winter Weather +5 HEJi With thermometer at zero you cantQ keep comfortable if you will go to H J McRoberts for fl fMOvercoatst1ir s s Gloves Mufflers Ear Muffs Over irk lit1 shoes Gum Boots Felt Boots r Heavy Work Coats Ctft5 r pBooteesr TERMS CASH 8a It HMCROBERTS tW itDl r t w ttJ i Jl W i r i I jI i Shoes Shirts and i Underwear The closing out sale still continues but wont last much longer Sizes are badly broken but if you can find your number you save about half of the original cost We back all our advertisements and repeat if you want a pair of shoes dress shirt tics underwear at less than factory price come to us iietcI still have in stock in broken sizes 5 5 patent calf Hanon shoes at 5298 350 vici kid Helmers Bettmann Cos at 260 ii i5100 Fountain Shirts closing price 68c i Join P JONES Stanford Kentucky EEftSW Lt7f Lt7fE Ciltt T I EVERYBODY READ We have this day sold to The Fair iDry Goods Companythe larger 1 of our stock of Dry Goods and Shoes and also our fixtures They will invoice in about ten days and move to the Carson store room The remainder of the stock is for sale at very low prices either at re upIthe business and ask all those owing us to come at once and settle Our terms from January 1st 1902 are positively cash as we must have money to pay the retiring part- nersSeveranceI Sons 1 Elii iIM W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurate ly Compounded at Very Rea sonable Prices OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY 1 i 1g oTHE 1 r KIOR JOURNAL JfnteraJ n the pcutqfflce at Stanford at SronCMU matter j llabltahaTuoaaayoan43xtdava- i 91 PER YEAR CASH Wheniot ijp ld3J300 11 bfcbarcecl r KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Tr m going NorbM N116ea m 26II II m O n u South 12S am I UG2P1l1 For alliPptnts KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 25 Arrrlresst Stanford at 108 H No 21 Vnrt Stanford at 210 H No AnlTnitltovludct 1200 Div No2x Lave Stanford at 180 P1oI COAL- Ihave decided to remnln at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a of your patron age I handle the beat grades o coal T L BHELTON Rowland Ky R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office Over Iligfjins McKlnnoys Stor Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop Mol inn y E7Makeand keep constantly on band thi best of Flour Meal SliIpstntT Bran Chicken Feed c Prices very reasonable Ons torn grinding specialty D V Kennedy MUler Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stan lord and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stan ford In grass and land with excep tlon ot a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good fend fog timber though no only a COin crib It It a very dClilrablr1l1ule place Will t sell at 125 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Of Successors to T B Bright k Co ATlll hold on February S3 1002 a big JAOR SALE at wblch time 40odd Jacks will be or Nothing but firstclass Jacks soled 18C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBE3SNPraw t JUNCTION CITY KY ItFirstClass Turnouts at treasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men t Grain and lIay For Sale Vitae Ore Do you know what his If not it will pay to learn which you can do by- watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing TKKO NOEL Geolo gist Chicago I or X II BOOIE Agt Marksbury K- yMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Frqr Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everr litag first class Porters meet all trains 89 POSTEDThe following persons have their lauds posted and they will punish to the full ex tent of tbolaw or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise trespassing on them W II Boone J H d O A Ileajants- H F Newland L Crow J E Bruco BaughmanJ Mrs J U White J W Adams W P Tate- J M Adams T A nice Walter W Warren W F Amon Ernest Ullmann Aaron Rail U V oone O P Novt land UlligglnsE HopperR A S Broaddus J W Baughman- S T Harris Joseph Ballou J O UlssilaryPapples M P Lawrence J B Foster David Stephens Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your btlRgv carriage or wagon inflrstclassstyle Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You cnn have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H OREKU Stanford Ky tVa S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Omeow McKoberU Drug Store In tbt Owslel vuud- tngStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tlonal Bank of Hustonvllle will be held at tho banking house In Hustonvlllo the 2nd- TucadRY In January 1903 between 0 and 12 Sb for the purpwR ot electing director to serve tile ensulDg I W HOOKER Cashier J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brncoa Old Stand Depot St STRFORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel log l hone No 08 ERDILLEHA DANVILLE XY s Manufacturer BRICKIAnd Dealer lot Lime Cement o c Write For Prices Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD KY MORRIS FRED PKOPBIBTORJ Try me on grinding It I do not satisfy you I will not ask you to again Mr James Mllburn head miller for J II Ranchman d Co for years is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour Meal Shipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give the best meyou but bear In mind alway that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ c+ JYJC 1a1Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealearln HARNESS SADDLEBY fcO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Ii HAYSV- NDERrTASERB DUUUt Furniture Jliattin IeRufls And WallPaper They will Exchange Furniture for all of Stork Give them kindS call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist ot Louisville will be M- St Asaph HotcltStaiitbrd Wonbj Jan 39th to Fobl12I Six days only Eyes examined and glassce- sclentlQcallyjadJustcd Offlce hours B a m to I pm STOCK CROPS ETC ILAND bought a lot of bOils yesterday at Go Tom Peoco bought of Andrew WI Buchanan owes at 12 75 I Geo T Wood told to flood fc Car p3ntcr 25 875pound cattle at IHo J S Sutton ball told his farm on Dlx River containing 11Q acres to A It Sloan for 10000- DeazleyDros sold to Sebastian Miiol ler of PlUsburj Pa a bay harnci gelding for 1250 JV C Carpenter of Burgln sold a car load ot hogs lo B F Sanders of Ilarrodftburg at Sic Montlo Fox of Danvlllo bought II bunch of 1400pound cattle In Wash legion county at 4 90IRice Benge bought a homo la Lan- cAster for 905 and one from J U YeaR cr ot Stanford for Advocate At the salo of George T Wood trustee Thursday 800 pound cattlo bro llht 3c yearling jack till 60 jennets 840 horses 817 to 850 FOR SALE 60 ewes 30 of them purl Soulhdowns three years old cotnlni Spring due to lamb Feb 1 T A El kin Lancaster KyeMr Joseph C Graddy of Versailles sold hi twoyearold Hereford bull Beau Donald V to 0 IlarrU of Bar rle Mo for 81000 John E Madden bought of Jonas Well 400 acres of land on the Win Chester pike near Lexington at 8117 This gives Madden 1400 acres of Fay cUe county land POLITICAL Webb C Bell of Hopkinsvllle an flounces for the democratic nomination for railroad commissioner In opposition to Judge Fletcher Dempaey Senator Blackburn says he Is having nothing to do with the present senato rial contest In Kentucky but that he would like to see Judge Cantrlll win Editor Meacham of Hopktnsvllle calls for a legislative Investigation ol the Western Asylum saying all of the corruption has not been brought to IfgbtSav to Commodore Schley that Theodore Roosevelt until recently as sistant secretary of the navy and now a colonel in the army congratulates him heartily as the hero of the battle ot Santiago This was the verbal message President Roosevelt sent to Rear Admiral Schley Immediately after the destruction of the Spanish fleet ill the naval conflict off Santiago WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers man that Is the order ofa womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty power to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them II a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let bet fortify herself against the insiduous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial alTections by the regular me of Dr Koschees German It will promptly arrest consumption in its early stages heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system It w not a cureall but it is n certain cure for coughs colds and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr G G Gtcens reliable remedies at Pennys Drug Store Get Greens Special Almanac John Kelly working on a Chicago steeple 150 feet above the street fell and had a remarkable escape from death 117 ladles very fine plush and fieal capes worth from 050 to 18 must be turned into money at once will bo sold from 1375 to J760 This is the biggest cape offering in the history of Stanford A chance in a life time to secure the very latest style l7 Inch box coat all colors silk lined and very nice goods worth g9 go at 4 25 This oiler is good for 10 days only- Collarettes and scarfs at reduced prices Towels tablecloths napkins shams and bolsters bed spreads lace curtains sateens linings cashmeres worsteds flannels table linen tab e oilcloth blench ed cottons and nil ladles goods at way be I bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions II ural agitation caused by cathartics continual ana Increasing doses to attain the results IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Danville has a seven months old bab that only weighs seven pounds Two Nicholasvlllo Negroes are li jail charged with murdering J N Hawkins at Lexington D S Forrester was arrested at Loa don charged with forging the name of E G Saultborrr of Danville to a lum bar order Ho waived an examining trial Melvin Stmras was killed at Snyder Switch RocKcastle county while at tempting to rave his dog from befog run over by a train The fiscal court of Madison county granted the right ot way over the Lex Ington ana Richmond turnpike to the Bluegrass Traction Co Uezeklah Mounee and a Miss Brooks of Gum Sulphur were wounded by shot from a shotgun fired through a door presumably by a jealous lover There are 350 pupils at the Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Danvlllo and the ca paclty of the building Is taxed An appropriation of 875000 to enlarge will be asked of the coming Legislature- T C Tadlock of Porryvllle hat since the expiration of the game low sola 1800 quail In Danvlllo at prices ranging from 81 50 to 82 per dozen He also of 60 and 6041 rabbitsIClaud the 10yearold son ot Jailer G S Grlllln of Mt Vernon lost a thumb Bad two fingers from the ex plosion of a dynamite cap which he bad picked up from the street where It was dropped by some one on Christ was night Charles Bryant and William South erland charged with having beaten Mrs Lizzie Owens and eon at Pitts burg Christmas night waived exami nation and were placed under too bond each They were unable to secure bondsmen Robert Sallee has purchased O J Thurmonds Interest In the grocery business of Thurmond Sallen R W Walker and John Lynn wilt clerk for Mr Sallee Mr Thurmond will con tinue to reside la Diaville but hag not yet decided what business pursuits he will follow Advocate CHAMBERLAINS STOMACH AND LlVtll 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 la 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 liver and bowen For silo by Craig h Hocker druggists James Surber of Danvlllo has been Appointed special revenue agent In At lanta There Is more Catarrh In this section of the reunu than all otbenllseaimi put together and until the lut few Jean was supped to be In aD- dable Foi a great mtay jein doctors pronoucur It a local diaawanti prescribed local reOlD and by coniuntljr falllnc to cure with such hue runl prcDounced It Incurable Sclencemt iroren cattnh to a constitutional dim bu htnfarartqulmconttllullonal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manu Y J Cheney A CoToledo Oh 10 Is Ibo only conitlatlonal curs ou b market It la lnteroMl lrecllfrom Iro to a It seta tbeboodandmueouaurtseaoitheayshm They idler one buodred dollars lot shy MM t tail to more Bend lor drcultri and tnllnionlala Addreas F J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 Sold by dru lau ScI- ia11a Family l7W are the beat A Chance For Ladies Latest style goods at old style prices Gentlemen 175 pair mens Sunda shoes satin calf Bites from 0 to JO worth 12 go at lISc Mens boots felt boots rubbers all kinds of shore overcoats heavy suits un derwenr hats and caps at less than the raw material coat Mens and boys Holmes Ides collars worth 15c go at ic each 075 pair ladies and mens coarse shoes worth 8160 go at 75c A flyer for Saturday and Monday only Mens 23c Sox for lOc Childrens latest style cloaks and box coats ages from 2 to H worth 360 and 8400 go at 11711 Racket Store Stanford JACOB C1NSBURC Proprietor costDont on Main St Hone Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber Teke Pills Unnat compels They temporarily cure constipation by agitating the the liver acts on the t1 liver cures Chills II nnd Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTtJ G L CAHPEXTEH W G WifiiKiis A Spring will soon be here r Wo can supply you with everything new in our lint Mattings imported directly froth China and Japan Dont fail to see our iuir Wall Paper A fill lino of Furniture ahvayfe in stock Now Carpet Samples will 80011 he e ready Congo mid get first choiceI Withers Furniture Co STANFORD KENTUCKY 4CARSON PENCE DEAIKItS IN Carriages Buggies Phae i tons Wagons Buck j boards Harness f Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line 6t Lap Robes r Complete Line Of rLedgers Journals Day Books Blotters Etc Etc Get our prices before you buy We can save you money CRAIG HOCKER JAS FRYEIis making Big Inducements and offering Special Reductions for the Holidays in i Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All Sew and Fresb Goods and of the Bat Quality at the Very Lowest Prices heavyrItootslnt manufacturer prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE t First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Hank of Stanford In IMS then reorganized as tho National Hunk of Stanford In 1663 and again reorganized as the First National tank of Stanford In 18SS having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 rears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing business TromptlJand well tli nerer before In Its and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited a LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK Directors J n Paxton J S Owslej Sr J N Menefce A W Carpenter W II Cummins JELvnnS J F Cash J B Owtlcy Successors to The Farmers Rank Trust Company and under seine continuouslyfur6 SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually boncilclall ae Officers J IIOCKEIt IruttJ J McItOllKUTO Chr W IL WEAKEN Ilkpr Directors F Reid Lincoln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Co J Hocker Lincoln W l Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier drab Orchard M P Eliot Stanford Jtv Hayden Stanford 8 II Ilaughman Stanford T urn Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble 9BOOOO Officers s II SIIANISlPresident J II OV3LEV Cashier W M IllttGIIT Asst Cashier Begin the New Year Right by Paying for your Paper Dont wait to be dunned rt