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SEMI INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 3 1902 3 P M NO 87 NEWS NOTES Versailles la ui hbvo an opera kaeta- Fire lo Dublin paused a lone of l18O 000 Bryan Commoner has 10000 sub torlbors A J Tharp a Mt Storllnp saloo keeper took tho bankrupt law The haodaorao Voocloino Theater at Nashville was destroyed by fire Salo blower and citizens bad a pitched battlo at Mloorva Ohio There wero 7000 deaths from obolora In Java In the month of November Flro destroyed the creator part of tbo business portion of Wc ton la Finley Jenkins vrasttabbed to death during a general fight in Lotohcrcou- iy Ferdinand Orocnlco was fatally Ibot while attempting to rob a saloon at Chattanooga The L N paid 11004072ft taxes the cheek being the largest over itald by a railroad Miss Maud Wildman committed iu clde near Bedford Ind after a quarrel with her lover Tho Sacred Heart College and St Ann a oonvent at Cohoes N Y were damaged 100000 by fire James Davidson said to be the oldest Odd Follow In the United States I dead at Santa Uirbira Oil Col D Q Col son fell In his room In the Gibson louse Cincinnati badly spraining hit wounded arm In a ilx weeks contest nt Findlay tJ between two club of 26 men cud 13000 sparrows were killed According to a program of his South ere theory Admiral Schley will spend Jan 20 and 30 In Louisville Tho employee of the banking house 4 of J p Moreno S Co revolved HOC 000 as a New Years donation Cincinnati Just 100 years old a wee Incorporated Jan 1 1802 when It was a village of 750 Inhabitants While hunting near nirmloi ban Darbour King aged 10 was shot and killed by his 12 year rid bro berIWilliam King a farmer living net Sanford led drank eight bottles o lemon extract and of course Is dead One hundred families of Gbattanooc a are homeless on account of the flood The city Is almost surrounded by water An unknown person atsaultcd Dm I tbel Pease at Petersburg Ky knocked him senseless and poured aold In ble face Miss Qeulah Wheeler a beautiful yojng society girl of Detroit took arMnle mistaking It for antlpyrln and Ulcd A philanthropist turned over to King Flward 11000000 to bs used In the construction of a sanitarium for oon Morgan Is said to IM perfecting a coasolldallon of two great pleetrlc companlM with a capital of SXOOOOOO The explosion of a locomotive at Ma 3 Ua killed lIe men outright and ID jrtJ 12 others three of whom wll probably die In b uarrol at Dwight Va over who was the greatest general at thi Civil par Tom Partly shot and rcUli TL Wilson a neighbor Tho Norton estate In Loulsvlllo will have to pay a legacy tax to the Federal government of 12 55 on the 1100 Tin eetatu Is estimated at 11500000 oil prospectors from the Kust and West are being attracted to Knox coon ly by the recent oil strike and high prices are being paid for lessee William n Goddard of Louisville accidentally shot and killed bltneel while cleaning a gun at Greensburjr where be bad boon on a trip The barbers of Louisville are still on a strike In the ebope that rejected the noW union scale three conference with tbo master barbers having proved futile Wll Mosby a Negro confessed to killing J NOawklns at Lexington lie Implicates two white men Bert Ax lino of Nlcholasvlllo and Jim Rat club of Paris The new secretary of the treasury who was four years ago picked up by tbo Burlington railroad and run for governor ol Iowa was a hunker In o town of 2000 population pqd his princi pal activity was In the local Methodist 1 church The auditor of the war department Washington has received claims for money duo the Kentucky State during the Spanish war amounting t over 1184000 It will probably bo sev eral months before the claims arc ex amined by the auditor AtTurnors Falls Mass Louis Blu er a jeweler shot find killed his clerk by accident andjthon apparently driven Insane tried to exterminate his y family Ho killed his little boy Ml bed with the measles and wounded his wife and two daughters The Goebol case Is again to recopy the attontlon of the Franklin grand jury Monday Senator Doboe John Marshall pW Falrlelgh and A E Wilson part In the Gait House conference a few weeks before the shooting have boon summoned as witnesses MIDDLEBURG ITbe Winter session of the MUUI Normal College opened Wedne dAY with a goodly atlendaoue A social was given at J W Shorts hotel Tuesday night whloh was largely attended A most enjoyable time Is reported by those who attended llev p A Gllllam preached hIs last- sermon at too Christian church Sunday night tbe finale of a years hard work A new pastor will be called soon Un der circumstances will Bro Gillla accept a second call Coleman Lucas Is much Improved as Is little Willie Itoyaltr Tbe little daughter of George Wesley who was very III In lat Issue of scarlet fever Is better There Is considerable sick ness In the neighborhood though we are glad to report no serious eases Lt Oilul J Itceder of the Philippine scouts who committed suicide near Manilalast week was formerly of the list Infantry U S V and won his spurs for gallantry In tbe field Uo was a native of Beverly W Va and One ol the bravest men we ever knew having suoeexsfully risen from the rank by conspicuous gallantry In notion George Purdy of Dunnvlllo and John Combsst of Phil entered a Lou tsvlllo Medlchl College this week Jot Kelsav Is attending K Uat Lexington Quito a number of now studeni from various parts of the county are enrolled at Mlddlaburg Normal College Miss ROle Godboy of this plant Is assisting Prof J n Thomas In a school at Liberty Robert E Keeney who has been holding down a good position with a railroad concern In Chattanooga for several months past has secured s more lucrative position with the We torn Hallway of Alabama at Montgoir cry the capital of tbo State Keene y served with tbo writer In both the III panto American and Philippine flaw being Invalided home about a yea r agoW P Keeney has just received a Kceoavfposition wltfj tbo Calwa Winery o j Fresno Cat for the past three years Keoocy hoe again bone promoted and transferred to the math ofllco at Sao Francisco Albert writes that his brother Kdward M who Is just back 1from tho Philippines Is with him E M Keeney served three years with tbo Ird Cavalry familiarly known as the eraok of the cavalry organization H saw bard service In tbo Philippines and received his first reward fur swlmmlpi the Illo Agno under tire a full peg cartoon of nlRe appearing at the lira s In Harpers Weekly Robert E Keen ay mentioned elsewhere Is a brotbe of the above boys Two years aeo Deo 0111 nod 31 Wtj were at Slegapcre East India oa the Malay Peninsula Before eiu roi Singapore from the Indian Ooean ODe Grt goes through the narrow strait of Malacca which separates Sumatra from the mainland of Asia Title strait III the most treacherous known to tbe ma i ricer on account of ltd shallownesi e and DumoriU sand bags Duoyn are al ihfdk Intho strait of Malaeea at nJbofl hlno stills abound In Eastern Kin 8lnlaIPore a lJe o makeIway SlnlIspore us was or versa SVo will never forget one thoroughfare of Singapore Coleman street Wo had passed through a score or more streets with Chinese and Malay names when allat onco wo were on a fashionable avenue bearing the above name New ossea scone of action At 8 l M tbo transport Logan dropped anchor In the harbor of Mnollnjust Ik days out of Now- York the distance made being nearly 4500 miles Wo embarked on the lateweradioed for 10 months wrangling and scrapping with raotquitoa and dobl e itoh c AN ATTACK OF ISKUMONIA WAlmED oFF Some time ago my daughter caught a esrero cold She complained of pains her n chest and bad a bad cough I gave acocarding to directions and two lays Ibo was won and able logo to school I hat used this remedy in my family for tlt plllt seven years and have never known 1t to faUlaYI James Pronrtorgast merchant Annato Day Jamaica West India Islands The pains In tho chest indicated pnournonhtnwhich in title Instance was undoubtedly warded oil by Chamberains Cough Item sets It counteracts any tendency of- cold a toward pneumonia For sale by Craig A llockcr druggists For family use In numberless ways BAt LARDS SNOW LINIMKNT Iea useful and valuable remedy Price 25 and CO cents Ponny Drug Store Crab Orchard Morris Harrtt sod wife are contemplating leaving Crab Orchard much to the regret of their many friends Miss Jennie Payne lion a visit to her brother Joe In riarrlmaoTenn Dr Colo the dentist whom wo ox peeled to remain here permanently In our midst In the practice of his profev lion left for hie former homo In Cln clnnatl much to the regret of many friends who bad learned to esteem him very highly Universal regret Is expressed In ey ery household over the contemplated departure of Hon D B Udmlston and family and Isaac Barrio and family from Crab Orchard The leaving of such exemplary oltlaens will create void that will not soon be filled The best wishes of their friends and tboy are legion will go wfh them In their new home Dr James Monday Bronaugh left Wednesday for Lexington preparatory- to his approaching nuptial of which previous mention has been made Those who have known the prospective groom from his Infancy to manhood can attest that the bride will gale a treat ure and tho groom Says ho knows ho le getting a Jewel to wlth ouch brilliant prospects for the couple that aro now soon to be made OLe their wedded lIfo will surely be but a blissful realization- of every bright anticipation and may It thus be so Is tbe sincere wish of the writerHugh Logan and parents have moved to the homo of D B Kdmlston Loi Elder and wife wilt occupy the res deuce vacated by Mr Herrin Mr Gco Leo James has been on the lick list for some days but Is reported better Miss Jean Buchanan returned In time to participate In tbe tears dInner at the home othermoth er Mrs Jane Buchanan Mr Hug b Hagan and wife left Wednesday for their future homo In Livingston Mr D B Edmlston and daughter Mil Lillie Paxton have taken rooms at tb Cover House for a short time betor they leave permanently for Loulsvllli After spending tbe holidays with hl d mother sod sitter Fred Newland returned to Louisville Wednesday to complete his business course Ic tb Commercial College there Mastc Heath Willis Is visiting friends Io Richmond IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Prof M D Hughes hoe given up tb e Lancaster Opera House and TB Lon has been chosen manager Rev Ira Partin has belo transferee from the Tutee Creole to the Cumber laud Rtver Baptl t Association James Madden aged IV U charge with attempting to assassinate Dlllari King a Madison county farmer Thomas Cravens aged 85 years ono of tbe oldest and best known citizens Casey osatnty died at the borne of bl soBlnlaw John Vest Tmsday Tbe local lodge of the Knights o f Pythias will make an active fight to so sure the Pythlann Widows and Or phase Horne for Danville says tit Now At Plnevllla all tbe oases of the al loges kukluxurs wore continued In th circuit court till the May term of the court The Commonwealth was not ready for trial Ao cflbrt Is being made to pardons for the two sons of Goo Gar rataof Clay county who bave been ln llcticd for the killing of Dave Holland Ii relative of the White family Th itTort Is made on the belief that willresult In a renewal of hostilities between tho two factious CURE OF CROUP A LITTLE BUYS LIFE SAVED I have a few words to soy regarding Chamberlains Cough Cure Remedy It saved my little boys life and I feel that I cannot praita ft enough I bought a hot tie from A E Steers of Goodwin 8 D end when I got home with it the poo baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine cs directed every 10 minutes until he threw up and then I thought sure ho was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlexm out of hla mouth In great long strings I am positive thai It I bid not got that bottle of cough med cine my boy would not bo on earth to dR Joel Demont Inwood Iowa For lIIie l y Craig A llockcr druggists I President Rooaevolt held his hrs t Sureouteclals In every branch of public life and e great concourse of people from prl vale life TvnLcRs BUCKEYE IJLE OINTMFNT has been thoroughly tested for many years and In a positive cure for this most ale essing and embarrassing of troubles Price CO cents in bottloj Tubes 73 cents ennys Dug Store s Tbo treasury is In a condition of unexampled strength said Secretary Gage when asked to review rletly- tbo treasury situation at the close of the year O II liLi7 14UtI HT VERNON The double number HUM by the Signal for Christmas was complimented from many sources Jesse Fish who for many yours sue oessfully conducted a store at Wlldit has purchased tbo Book storehouse at title place and will go loin business Since the gusher came In Ulcblan Creek Knox county oil leases have climbed In price la Uockcastle and the well being put down near Conway Is being eagerly watched for develop meats No repairs hive been made on the jail since tbe lire and there U no place for keeping pruonorn The woman prisoner who was In jilt at the time of the fire still remains on band but not under look- rjTelephone lines from London to Burning Springs Clay countyaro com pleted Oil men have leased ovary thing In the locality of the springs where It is believed oil and gas are to ba found in abundance Honly V Basttn who studied oleo trlcal engineering for several terms in- State College Lexington has recently shown by practical demonstration that be didnt Idle his time away He has Just Installed an entirely new telephone plant for the Bastln Co In Lancaster Everything from the ground up was done by him or under his Immediate supervision Ho has been highly com plltnented by other engineers over ble successful wprk Mr Bastln is also an Inventor Dr Benton wlll locate permanently nt Brodhead The family was not sat hOed with Mt StarIng plaud Grl On a eevea year old son of our Jailer met with a painful accident by the explosion of a dynamite cap that he was handling One thumb and a finger were blown off Misses Letcher Cox CollellltoInstitutebrick hotel building and will keep house Forrest Tupen and family left Monday for Santo Texas their future home Colds are prevalent Tbe wr ter Is confined to the bouse with the worst ho over had Deputy Collec tor Short was a welcome visitor Tues day Dr Brown of your place was here Thursday Lytle Adams who has a position with the North Jelllco Coal Co was here with home folks a day or so Nate Welsh was over from Berea G W Brooks and Mr Heodrlckson of Brod head gave some delightful concerts BasRa ycar at Is a remarkably bright lod He often act as relief Operator at tbe telephone switch board and does his work like a veteran G W Gentry has moved to hlsnewbousoop Ronfros Creek Many Of the smaller children hero went wild with delight In talking over tbe Ciesa store Georgetown for a year Is hero and will probably remaIn and resume business In the same lint hereCol John B Fish Is making arrange ments to locato at Flat Lick Knoj county where there Is much activity In oil business Our people regret te have this excellent family leave our county J H Fish visa In Crab Orch ard Monday Dr Lewis Jones has re Louieeillla the mother of Mrs hIram Fish has returned to her homo Fountain Bead Tenn Claud Cox pneumonia Charles Carter Mao 1Bald Ohio and LD Stewart Wlldlo LemboeCo were here Wednesday Tom tor Is busy inspecting and recelvln lumber J E Houk and wife are stay log at the Livingston store this week and J T Adams in their store hero lice Parter the popular clerk of Or lassie is seriously ill of abscess in bis oar rA GOOD RECOMMENDATION hI have noticed that the sale on Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr J IL Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa Vbat bettor recommendation could any icdicino have than for people to call for It when again iu need of suph a remedy Try them whtn you feel dull after eating when you have a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt toilet which they afford For sale by Craig Hocker druggists Things have changed since McKln icy died A dance Is scheduled to take place at the White House There were no deacon In the Whlto House when McKinley was Its occupant and few If sag under Cleveland or Harrison Cer ilnly no poke walks But there are a reat many things happening at the Wblte Renee these days that never happened before In foot It Is now the vellestold house In Washington and its new owner has not fairly got bis gait on yet P W8ort bU riIA A BlizzardIs liable to come along at any mo ment now You cant stop them but you can laugh at them if fortified within a STORM OVERCOAT We have a complete stock of them IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSDH Danville 1 9o 2 To our customers and frie- ndsGREETING With best wishes for happiness prosperity for all we are- Yours for business I Cummins S McClary MURRAY MeADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky ooHo ++ I I I J I HI I 11 +o1otooJ New Years Presents WEDDING PRESENTS tfi anti gifts suitable for any occasion can hc found at our store We handle no side liucsr tbeing legitimate jewelers Our stock of i DesignsRdORHAM SILVER C is more exclusive and complete and fur su perior to any that can be found in the de partment stores io charge for engraving Murray McAdams SAVE MONEY This Year by Trading With McKinneyvJJliJ STAN FORDKENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming Im plements Etc Etcr GMea For Thb0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii I Candidate for Railroad Commlttlontr lor tbe 2d District tublfCt to tbe will of be dnuocrtrr WHEN a country paper doubles up for Christmas or any other occasion Its editor thinks he has done big thine The New York Journal the greatest paper In the country got out a Cbrlst mas edition that was a daisy In deed and In truth It consisted of 142 pagee and carried over 600 columns of adver tising and the oiltlon was 700000 cop tee which required 067 tons or 60 car loads of paper It was the largest news paper over lesued In New York and would have made old man Dana of the Sun turn green with envy If ho bad lived to see It THINK twice before you speak count 10 when angry Is a good new years resolution Former Policeman Hueaman discharged from the Cincin nati force for saying McKinley deserve ed his fate has been declared Insane His mind gave away because as are eult of his remark all avenues of em ployment were closed to him Hues mans experience should prove helpful to those Inclined to shoot off their mouth too quickly THAT democrats know how to man age State and other affairs Is shown In a statement just made by Auditor Cou- lter and Treasurer Hager Tnero la a cash balance In the State treasury of 1140000 despite the lower tax rate and the heavy expenses Incident to the Taylor regime and two legislative sessions The showing is decidedly bettor than that made by the republican auditor at the close of the Bradley administration BRADLEY has gone to Washington primarily to down the pack of repub lican curs barking at his heels and secondarily to secure allot tho Federal offices In Kentucky for the gang of poodles who are ready at all times to do his every bidding As Teddy has bad much experience In Hunting the Grizzly he may bo able to hold his OWN with Kentuckys Irate oxgov eroor EDITOR LANDRAM of the Lancaster Record doesnt lIke to be accused of firing bombs He says In his yesterdays issue that the man who says be throw ono out of his ofllce window Is an Infamous liar Our good brother has started oil the Now Year wrong Such language should not be used the day following Jan 1 when all men are expected to resolve to do better DONT squeeze bands too tightly when shaking them At Georgetown Miss Rella Johnson was compelled to have her right hand amputated as the result of too much hand squeezing at a family reunion held In Owen county SENATOR GEO T FARRIS baa with drawn from the race for president of the Senate He would have made a capital president and we are sorry be deemed It judicious to quit the race so early In the fight IF Dan Collier succeeds In hanging Barnetta scalp to his belt he will have the happy assurance of knowing that the same trick will never be played on him as there is nothing for Daniels scalp to hang by IF Deaha Brecklnrldge pays any at tention to Farnawortha challenge to fight a duel he will both surprise and disappoint his friends who have given him credit for bettor judgment DOCTORS are still talking about Czol goer brain It was hoped that the skunks brain was aa rotten as his body la now and that the miserable creature would no longer be thought of OUR old friend John Pearlwill have charge of the London Democrat which insures two things viz a good paper and ademocratiatathe eore pub llcatlon AFTER diagnosing him very thor oughly the Harrodsburg Democrat concludes that President Roosevelt la a cross between a cowboy and a Negro SWIFT CHAMP has sold the Bourbon Newa to George D Mitchell and will retire from the tripod mush to the re gret of his brethren of the press TUB new secretary of the treasury has six toes on each foot The country would feel easier If his surplus consist ed of brains Instead of toes THE papers In this district are say ing some mighty nice things about Hon R O Warren the next Congressman from the 8th POLITICAL W Murray Crane took the oath of office aa governor of Massachusetts The Porto Rlcan Legislature met organized at San Juan Gov Hunt message was read yesterday The Alaskan boundary dispute Is to be taken up directly between Lord Pauncefote and Secretary Hay Collector Craft has appointed Geo Nell of Columbia to succeed W T Hawkins aa deputy collector at Leba non Georgia populists will put out a State I ticket The president will reappoint W A Wills aa postmaster at Nashville The legislators are slowly drifting into Frankfort but the politicians are assembling by swarms Rooeovelt Is said to bo chafing unde- the public censure of his action In rep rimanding Gen Niles In a public placeFormer Congressman John 1C Hen drick formally announced his candIda- cy for tho democratic nomination for governor The New York supremo court has declared Porry Belmont to be the dem ocratic nominee for Congress In the 7th district Representative Irwin has joined for I mar Gov Bradley In the effort to se curs for D R Collier tho Loulsvlllo surveyorshlpCol Colson to a Cincinnati In torvlewer predicted that Bradley would receive the republican caucus nomination for Senator Mayor Soth Low assumed his official duties IniNew York City Wednesday Tno other fusionists elected last No vember also went Into olfice Tho General Assemblies of Maryland New York and Massachusetts convened Wednesday The Maryland Legisla tore will elect a United States Sena tor The report that Internal Revenue Commissioner Yerkea la to retire from office In favor of H O Taylor of Wis consin can not be confirmed at Wash ington The president has requested the r6i Ignatlon of Collector D A Nunn of Nashville because of his violation of the civil service rules in discharging A democrat because of his political affil- Iation Representative Babcock of Wisconsin will endeavor to have tbo republican House caucus consider his bill which seeks to palace on the free list products similar to those of the steel trust The fight for control of the Ohio Legislature has turned so strongly In favor of Senator Foraker that Senator Han na has been compelled to openly enter the fight and be now declares a con spiracy exists against him Senator George T Farris of Gar rard will at the opening of the legis lathe session introduce a measure pro viding for submitting to the people of the State the question of amending thoI osnatltutlop and returning to the old viva voce system of voting Collector Craft Is gathering at tbo Customhouse a sort of anatomical museum of Brown Democrats a politi cal species now so nearly extinct that even a poorly preserved specimen com mands as big a price at the hands ofI the government as a tarsus of the dodo or an egg of the great auk Louisville TimesBy direction of Chairman Young of the Democratic State Central and Ex ecutive Committees Secretary Haly has issued a call for the democrats of the Legislature to meet In caucua In their respective branches on Monday Jan 0 at 8 oclock In the evening to nominate the presiding officers and otter legislative officials From present indications tbo demo crate of the Senate will make a strong fight against the Payne Bill extending the Dlngley tarfff act to the Philip pines Senator Culbereon Is expected to lead the fight and is already at work on the details of a plan of opposition which will be presented to the demo cratic caucus by the minority members of the Philippine Committee Politicians predict s lively fight be tween former Gov W O Bradley Senator W J Deboe and Congressman Vincent Borelng for the republican nomination for United States Senator It Is not believed that Mr Bradley will make any effort to secure the empty honor but many of his friends la the General Assembly want him to bo tho nominee Of course this desire on the part of Gov Bradleys supporters has caused Senator Deboe and Congressman Borelng to engage In an active cam paign for tbo nomination Courier Journal THIS AND THAT A violent blizzard ia raging at Calu met Mich Eugene Carter the billiard expert died at Chicago A distinct change for tho worse la noted In Sampsons condition- A blow on the head cured George Brumemer at Indianapolis of Insanity The Steel Trust announces that It has secured control of a coal supply sufficient for 60 years J C Mulllns postmaster at Peeblee Laurel county was accidentally shot by an unknown hunter Work has begun on the power bouse for the Winchester street rail way elec trio light and ice plant Jesse Bradley aged 11 years acci dentally shot and killed his eightyear old brother at Nlcholasvllle The Somerset Oil Companys No 6 Sunnybrookwith a good showing killeda tor at Chicago la believed to be the SpringfieldMase The longest span of submarine cable in existence will be that between Van couver and Fanning island 3000 miles apart The task of laying it will begin this month LAND STOCK CROPS ETC R C Hocker bought of A C Hill 27 calves at t2 60 Boazley Bros sold two horses to Bird Lewis this week for 1175 Leo Smith of Adair sold seven 150rto C Penco a carload of baled hay at65c S T Harris bought of W E Amon live 1000 pound feeders at 4o James Messer has rented J B Pax tons farm for this year for 9450 W K Caldwoll has bought the D L Moore farm of 250 acres near Perry villa at 851- Foit SALE OO bales millet hay at 46c per hundred J H Boone t Co Stanford Ky James Messer bought of J BPaxton 20 yearling mules for 81000 and 23 acres of corn for 1150 James McJsor sold to J H Baugh man t Co 75 tone of hay at 811 50 300 barrels of corn at 1275 and 160 more at 3The Mavsvlllo tobacco fair will beheld Feb 22 Gov Beckham and ex Gov Bradley will bo among the speak ers Village Farm has won on the harness turf 8270000 in five years according to a table recently published In New YorkRobert Langford bought of Morris J Farris 330 acres of land near Cove Spring at 815 says the Harrodsburg Democrat Fun SALEGO ewes JO of them pure Southdowna three years old coming Spring due to lamb Feb 1 T A El kin Lancaster Ky In Louisville Tichenor ft Nowgoss purchased from T P Hayes the two yearold bay colt Ruonele by Charade dam Zlngara II for 812500 W B Burton sold to Mode NIchole of Lexington a pair of horses for 100 Jess Led ford bought the Nath Rose place of 130 acres from Mike Noe at 845 per acre Clell Terrill sold his farm to Mike Noo for 810000 Lancas ter RecordMATRIMONIAL A young man and woman wore married while standing on top ol the tower of the courthouse at Kvnnpvlllo Dr W B Huon formerly of Shelby City was married laet week to Mrs Mary Steble of MoKlnnoy Texas At Washington Ind Robert Gllkln son aged SO year and Mrs Catherine Stuckey who Is 10 years his Junior were married Miss Fannie Rayne McComb married Lewis Herzbg In Now York and by doing so risked the loss of an inheri Lance of 84600000 Mla Annie Cloves Myers daughter- of the late Mr S S Myers will bo married at Naabvllle Jan 15 to Mr Avery Lenoir Norwood Herbert Smith aged IS and Miss Lizzie Lucas 21 both of the McKinney section were united heart and band at the courthouse by Rev S M Rankin WednesdayAs of an attempted elope went near Birmingham Ala one man lies at the point of death and another Is seriously Injured The girls father used a shotgun John F Lear of Lancaster who eVe erybody thought was an ayowed bach elor was married In Cincinnati a few day ago to Miss Fannie Harris a rela tive of Mrs T B Long of tbe Garrard Hotel Heres wishing tbe clever gen tleman tbe beet of everything goiter Miss Mary Crawford Carpenter tbe charming daughter of Mrs Jennie Carpenter of Huatonvllle will be married at tbe Christian church Huntonvllle on the 20th to Mr Allen L Burrla a splendid young gentleman of Colorado Springs Col The wedding promlaea to be one of the awelleat events tbe West End has bad In years Worms take refuge in the small fetes tine where they can easily multiply MUTES CREAM VKRUIFCOK will destroy these parasites The verdict of the pea pie tells plainly how well it has succeed ed Price scents fanny Drug Store + IIIIIIIII lllilllllllt A RUBBER DOCTOR qHE 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 HELPS most any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and soothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have heat at its best No scorching and a steady even temperature Those we otter are made ai they should beof finest Para rubber with reInforced seams All sizes and every size at a barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky 4 J 111luJ I + HHM1 +++ i+ f 1 The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale Is still in progress and will continue un til every dollars worth is sold Take advantage of this rare opportunity Buy of us and make your nickles and dimes do what dollars do elsewhereIMens heavy Overcome worth S n worm present cut to 398 Youths Oxford Overcoats ages 15 to 19 years something durable worth 0 nt 20S liens fancy bosom and plain white shirts worth 1 cut to 48o Mens heavy fleeced Undorwoar worth 75c reduced to 15c Mens all wool underwear in red unit tan worth 1 at 49c Mens heavy work gloves lined and unlined worth 1 anti 150 at 19c Mens fine shoos Lace and Congress worth 2 and 250 at 148 50c Neckwear 2fio 1 Oxford Mufflers 45c 35e Cashmere Sox ICe 50c Work Shirts 25c 50c Silk Handkerchiefs 25c Good heavy 101 Blankets white and gray worth 1 a pair at tiDe Salinger Bros Prors Wholesale and Stanford Ky FOR My reoMettte property In MeKlnney net UltMo has six rooms two powhw la trout sad there are all oeceMAry slit bwiMI + A Mraln for flesh J II VANHOoK 31eKlaeey Ky Small Farm For Sale Situated near Iejton Welli contains about se acres and Is now occupied by Samuel Htihop Uu fair house of 1 room and the outbuildings are In good repair Spring aud well both close to house If In a good state of cultivation and fenelng lint eUt Six acre meadow IS serve in wheat IS for corn and balance In grog Terms K cash balanen 1 anti J years COLUMIItS III8IIOP Shelby ttty Ky Livery Outfit For Sale I wish to sell my livery business at Mo Klnney and will make the price right to the buyer Aia having a good trade dont like the business Write or call for perils ulars JOHN COULTER McKinney Ky To Tie Public asp Having purchased the entire stock of Groceries Hardware Queenware Shoes Etc of J K Van Arsdale lease of building it now occupies the undersigned will assume control of said business on Jan 1st 1902 and proceed at once toward the establishing ofa representative business in the lines of goods carried We hope to retain the customers of our prede cessor and to acquire many others besides I through prompt and ef ficient service and the maintenance ofa first class establishment We invite yauiocall and in spect our goods feeling confident that we shall interest you and enlist your good wishes in our behalf Successors to J K VanArsdale e Ladies Fur Minks worth 250 to USe Ladies 4 Fur Cnllnrottos n or roducltliand pretty present 108 Ladies Fur Collarettes worth 0 handsome present cut to 808 COc Fascinators in all Qlflors out to 20c 8lin wide nil wool dross suiting in plaids and nit solid colors worth 60o u yard at 250- Indios Capes wall made and nicely I trimmed worth 1 out to 10o 7 l2o Outing Cloth 6ot5cont Calicoes all 7 l2c Canton Flannels Co l 25c Fancy Hose lOo lOc Pearl Buttons Cc- J5c Mitts Cc J We have a few Dolls and Wagons left I cost not considered i THE LOUISVILLE STOREKetail SALEI andacquired Watts Tribble To Strike Oil call atiTilE CHARLES WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY Our stock is complete in every sunse Prioos aro bolow the Tronton Rook where tho oil is found Our Shoo Stock equals that of any city at 25 par cent lower prices 20 years expcrionco insures this In ample time our stock of Holiday Goods will he open for your inspection We keep ovary thing found in a general line Como and save your oil in winter goods Wo guarantee no dust ers or watered stocks i CHARLES WHEELER Our Line of Groceries Hardware GkinawareQu- ecnswarc r Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete The best selected lino that could bo hall is now on Display GEORGE H FARRIS a COI W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurate ly Compounded at Very Rear 1 sonable Prices OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Tint National tank of Stanford will be held at their banking house tho second Tuesday In January 1002 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year JOHN J MoUOHEUTS Cashier FARM FOR SALE 267 Acres In Preach orsviiloi Lincoln Co Ky 0 miles from Stanford 8 miles from Lancaster on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike t good dwellings a good wells and cistern good ponds plenty of post and rail timber for tenting Well adapted to stock raising Will divide It Into two farms or soil as a whole A splendid bar gain toy W E Stanford Stockholders Meeting t A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin wllbe i Tuesday In January 1002 for the purpose of electing yearJFKRM FOR SALE I hl ofMcfllnonyUtwodweUlngboth and well watered Van bo sold In two wholeForJ S MOIJLEY McKinney Ky HT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY Ix 3 100i Wthedone and with proper caro Wo could not do better If yon paid us doublo the J price which It always reasonable Pen nye Drug Store I PERSONALS I jjMissI Mu H P MoitlTK went to St Louis this mornlnlrIo + a critically 111 I Mil Uutni TllOMiSOK of Casey I hire this mornlnjr wall Miss NANNIK WATSON IB friends at Livingston sSM n WKAKKN Is working Insur In tbo mountains MOLLIBMKHBION vlelted bin 1J Hloo at Richmond FAIRY WATKHB of Danville Is dcMIChead was hero this week Miss ALinyiTA HILTON of Broil head was hero Wednesday Miss NHLL DILLION of LancasterI was the guest of friend bore Mu A J HAYDBN spent a few days t In CoNitI spent several days with friends hero 1 halI to It I I MISB BLANCHKCAUTBII of George t town spent last weak with Miss Nanoy Ware MR a A SMITII of Klngsvllle WAII bare Wednesday to be sworn In as rang btraloI CLUO BKOWN of Georgetown 1 the guest of her brother Mr M C iWIMMJnncII UocfCKKaMlMlMLwi 0seday- I of OiMMinvllto wsn hero THOMAS DALTON tIM Jeweler bas 4aeoepted a iKMlUoa with M array A Mo News T P StMNK and family hays moved lute Mr Woodle Hates property on b Lower Main street OUR young people are looking for ward with much pleasure to the hop a Iluttonvllle tonight ELDKK JoHKiii SBVHHANCR and fam fly of Maysllek are visiting his moth sr aid brothers here TUB Ladle Ali ooolety will meet la the leeloro room of the Christian ehuroh Sf P M Saturday D It CAKIBNTRK of Naihvllle stir prltod his many friends here Wednes i day by making them a visit Mn S Ih MARTIN was down from Rookeaitlo Wednesday to have a toenail that bad given him rauoh trouble extracted i Mu M S BAUOIIMAN leaves tonigh- for Atlanta with a carload of cotton mutes H L Bubble Is already thfre r with a loadaMu alto have arrived to mako their homo with Mr and Mrs G S Watts on Lo gan Avenuo Missus STRLLA MCCLARY and Mat tlo Monofco leave for Bowling Green i tonight to enter howling Green Nor mal College C BUTLER KNGLBMAN who Is a most excellent mine host has leseelllo Veranda Hotel at Paint Lick for 1the year OR W W BURQIN has rented t house recently occupied by Mrs Chi nault Willis and will movo therein Richmond Register JOE F PKTTUB a former Lincoln county boy but now of Springfield where as yesterday In tho Interest of tha Lebanon Lumber Co i MESSRS T MBOLLINO and Pic Tucker two valued subscribers I Parksvllle called New Years day ac paid for their papers Mn A P SLOAN has moved his fam lly from Pulaskt to tbo Hubble section always glad to havo such gooI locate In Lincoln Icitizens A JONES of Stanford who visiting his parents at Mont peller wee In Columbia Monday night en route homo Adair News JOHN BRIGHT JR Is receiving con gratulatlons on the arrival at his homo of a tine boy Tboyoung man has been I named Burdett Ramsey for his mater nal grandfather 1 J RANDOLPH HARRIS wife and baby of Lincoln woro with Mr E W Harris and wife a few days that week Dr W B OBannon and wife of Stan t ford have been visiting Mr John Ie West and family Lancaster Record MRS JOSIE RANEY and Mrs Allen ot Stanford spent yesterday bare Mr James Fryo nod bright llttlo daughter Beesloot Hustonvllle spent Monday In Danville Mrs Jennlo Carpenter and daughters Misses Mary and Angei line of Uustonvlllo were boro several days this week Advocate HENRY BAUCIHMAN gave a reception In honor ot his Christmas guests Misses Mattlo Mae Robinson Kath or Ino Mason ot Lancaster and Sarah Baughman of Stanford on Friday eve ning last which was attended by tho swell 400 or more around this burg All report an enjoyable evening Guests too numerous to mention Hustoavlllo Cor Advocate y T B ROHINSON of Lancaster was hero today D O Uooctl of Wayncsburg Is ill pneumonia Miss CHRISTINE BRADLEY of Lan Ca CarpenterMR I est End entertained a taw friends night and watched the old year go out h LOCALS OLD newspapers for sale This nlllce I StiR tbe lawn burner at Geu Farris A Cos TOM KBSDRIOIC was lined W for Urnnkennen tho other day I i ANOTHHU lot gum boots felt boots I and overshoes at U J MaRoborts ELAMINATBU Down Comforts at re duood prices Withers Furniture- Co Sin our eook stovus with fiveyear guarantee fire beak John Bright Jr Co lon RnNTIIthcrofray two reel ncclI on West Main Street W P altonLtysTFcatber bed some quilts and a clock between Stanford and Somer set Reward A P Sloan Bubble- S H MARTIN Hookcastlo refuted 1110 for some clock In the Lincoln unty National flank the other day CAST your over the bank seedInstitution ItRAD the announcement of Ferris Dennys hone sale which will be held SomllQOflI ALL A O U 1Y members are re quested to be present Monday Right as business of important la to be fans noted J L Beaaley M W YOU are expected to lacy year are OOlBt at Pees 1toaM do so All no counts out paid by JAR 16 b win be Waned In an attorneys horde for eel lecilon Deaaley Bra NlNKGlHLa F P Jones came In troth MeKlnneV the other day to tell us that another daughter bad arrived at taLUCKY Mr John F Cash was tho lucky holder of ticket No 11170 which drew tbe handsome fSOdlnnar set RiveD away by those liberal merchants Melerl Cummin S McClary TllK white man FVlronlld who killed Geo nays son of Brent Hays col Prod of this county at SprlnsflMl Ill was hold without ball Mr C B Mil lor for whom Hays worked says tbe killing Is a very bad case of murder otur with a perform anco of tbo amusing comedy Striking f presented by Uuitonvlllo ladles nd gentlemen Those who sax tho show at Huitonvlllo last week say It was tint call In every respect DINWIDDIB Duos tbo clever Hut tonvlllo merchant hero sold their stock of goods Lo R S Tucker of Ca coy and invoicing will begin Monday Mr Tucker Is an old Lincoln county boy and wo are glad ho is coming back his first love Tho Messrs Dlnwld die will drum boOUR people loved sleep too well to sit up and watch the old year go out and as a consequence very few of them saw It tako Its departure Frank Bout at the Ice pleat saw tho last of tho old and tbo Oral of tbo Now Year and celebrated too occasion by a long shrill whistle of his engine BeF1tiBT DOCTOR N 10 YEARS Hon i rldp Carpenter this week This was tbo first doctor Mr North has bad In his family of 11 for 10 years Wo aro glad to taco that ho It Improving that ho will boon band at Frankfort next week to help elect Gov McCreary Senator STANFORD Tent No 7 R O T M elected the following olllcorp Wcdnes day night Commander J C Mo Clary Lieut Commander Logan R Hughes Sergeant U S1raflor Chaplain J A Allen Maerof Arms W G Withers let Master Guard J M Stone 2d Master Guard W B Portman Sentinel J C Cormlney Picket G T Proctor Record Keeper and Finance Keeper A C Sine Y M C AYounR Mens Sunday will bo observed in the Presby to rlun church next Sabbath afternoon at 3 oclock MrGoorgo L Carpenter has charge and Is arranging an excellent program upon which appear the names of S H Jones of Louisville assistant secretary of tho State Y M CA h J Michel Louisville and others J W Irofa of Danville will conduct the song ser vico The meeting Is for men only young men being especially Invited Its object Is the formation of a Young Mens Christian Association for coin county similar to the one recent organized In Madison In the evening a unlqn meeting for everybody will bo conducted at the Christian church REDUCED prices on lap robes J C I McClary 1 PoultryFood I 0 OFFICE rooms for rent over Higgins lc McKlnneya store W II Hlgglns You aro earnestly requested to call moneyHT MY house opposite Dr Cooks for narpWlnchelter1 TllRBB cottages one on Logan and twoNn Whitley Avenue fur rent Pour and six rooms Dr J F Peyton onLaeattar treat nuxt door to INTKiMOR Prtronwi0 ineothy corn StoDateBaugbman it Co MRS CHARLBS WHEULBK of flue tonvllle would ba very glad If the lady who borrowed her curtain tlretcnert would return them LOSTGold broach pin between Christian church Hustonvllle and Cloyd pike Finder will please return to Mrs W W Lyon Ml Salem 00 NOTICE I have sold to George D Wcalberford of Huttonvllle all the old Mock whisky I had 55 barrels There Is no 000 else in Lincoln county who has arq HC Mock Cl willICollege Monday next They havo provo en themselves tine teachers and they should have a good bobool at Huston ylila1CDMISTUN8pore homemade candy on sale al Tanner Jc Sons MoKlnnet J W Perrlns Stanlord Cash S Me Olures Turnersvllle Adams Duf Store Huftioavllle W M Wheat A Co Mt Salem EvKYTlllsXjeDUr sex this son with Gorioas Patrols Minstrels Sweet swlngleg great danelitg spefllal ties dig novelty features seen only with Gorton at opera bouse at Lon seater Jan 10th doeep appointed supervisory by Judje J P Bailey T D Newlani E D Kenne dy Dudley Goocb A J Hayden and George W Carter Tboy will meet Monday to reylso the assessors books MIL ISAAC UBRKLV the new jailer who takes charge Monday says that It must not bo thought that ho Is going to feed his prisoners on bay because tbe lInt load bo moved down from Crab Orchard was a fine lot of baled tin otby UNDKR u proposed ruling of tbo pOBt o ffice department all subscriptions to newspaper mutt bo paid In advance otherwise the papers will be excluded from the malls Let this be a warning to those who havent paid chase sub ecrlpllon STANFORD WON Armp Dawson won In the Old Fiddlers Contest at Hustonvllle Wedneiday night and Lar- kin Hicks of Brodbead got second money The judges were Dra H PipeThere a of the enterprise made moony CONSIDERABLE routine business was attended to al the city council meeting Ian night and a number of claims wet allowed Mr M C Burnsldo was granted a permit to build stops on Depot Street lo her kitchen and W H Traylor liquor license at the ter House another year A highly eu logistic resolution to retiring mayor Mr J N Menefee carried andlbe last meeting of the old council camo to a close THOMAS MORGAN who has been 111 for some time addresses tho following to his frleodlhr am slowly Improving after four weeks confinement to my bed I have been properly cared for by the good people have been neglect ed In no sense of the word for which I desire to thank the people for tbo kindness shown me Hope I may not bo forgotten in the future My friends are cordially Invited to call and see mo one and all II PLEASANT OCCASION Miis Jennie Pence handsomely entertained 14 of her young lady friends at her country homo Wednesday At high noon din nor was announced and it would be use less to add that It was an elegant ono Mrs E H Beazley presided at ibe hoed of the table with ease and grace The guests aro profuse In praise of Miss Ponce who in every way preY a charming hostess and added much pleasure to her guests on New Years day B Tbe 12yearold son of Rev J W CollegeuBr old daughter of P L Grimes because she would not get oil the College cam Pus Senator Morgan says there IB complete harmony between tbo House and ltwtlq111 A F Barnett sold to O P Huffman a lot of hogs and a cow the former at 5c and too latter at Sic Condition of The Lincoln County National Bank OF STANFORD KY At tho close of business Dec 31 ItOl IlEXODKCErtt Loans and Illlti 1101121 10 OrerdrnfU 01M Si US lands MBM 00 Other Ilond 0000 10 Duo from Ilunbi 6I8M m Five per cent Pund SS90 ee Hanking Home i1 M ItoroDHe Stnups 71 ST Oath eMI M 03401115 N tUUILITIM Capital Stock 9 50115 N Surptai Pund I4TI li emium t 2141 M Circulation 50055 N- dividual DopeU S1S94 t8 to Hanks l1e5t M ck Dividend ists oe Funds to Pay Tazae 0407 flllIt8 Go RaruInfH six month ending nee II lUSt M4DX 08 DISTIIIROTEDI Dividend No7 S per eeatl1100 00 Expensed 2519 e0 Surplus Pond 10000- Fund to Tay Tax 546 06 Had Debt charged off 1611 01 V6403 06 Condition of The First National BanK OfStanford At tho closo of business Dec 31 1001 nBSOURCHs Joanssdlscoupta113591331 Stocks and bonds 12W005 y Udder real estate 520402 S 915 o30 Overdialts 811810 U S bowls 3100000 JTwnium on U S honda 2 70000 Banking house and fixtures 800000 hue from bunks 1160313 Uevenu s6mI l RL80eDue from S trcHflurer Cash 1833741 t51ytipeCapital Mock S 50000on Surjilus fund 1000000 101117lrcitlotinnIndividual deposits 1MW51 Fund to taxes 15500 Stuck rcMlitetlon not sailed for 541000 Total136199OAIJtOHIT AND lAISS 4TS822OtherTotal I010S8S Disiosro OH AS FOLLOWS 150000ExpensesTaxes pain 37803 40000Leaves1011388 Report of the Condition of The National Bank ot Hustonvllle AT HUSTONVILLE KY At tho close of business Dec 31 1101 UHSOUHCKs Discounts end time loans 11340000 Overdrafts 190508 U S Bonds to secure circu 2roo00Danklnr S Revenue Stamps 5923 02500DuoCash 1049755 Total 117720038 sre 5000000 Surplus 2500000 1100000Undivided 887273aTotal 117729038 PROFIT AND LOSS Balance Juno 30 10011232400Gross earnings last 0 months 4119141 701747DISTOSKD Expensre8191731 b3b0DividendUndivided Prollts 2 51700 J 8701747 Report of the condition of THE GOMMERGIflL BflNK LIBERTY KY At close of business December 31 1001 RESOURCES Loons and lllscounts1 60775 87 Overdrafts 32790 2746305BonkingFurniture and fixtures 500 Oil Checks and other cash items 1015 2U 16UTotal 101t549 37 diJAniLiTIES 00surillusto check 7583120 Total 1101040 37 Earnings last six months 8 2C04 91 DISPOSED OP AS FOLLOWS 72DividendReduced furniture and fix 00AddedTotal 2G04 01 G A PHRWITT Cashier tT WE WANTYOUR TRADE FOR 1902 As willsellNrwYear iness relations pleasant and mutually profitable I QiujQnswnreShelfkinds Economical Range Cook told Heating Stoves Etc Also Timouihydelivery to phone orders Corner Opera Home Block JOHN BRIGHT JR CO eh r a A4 MR K 4 1902 qWELVE months ago card thanking my friends and customers for their good will and promising better service etc appeared in this column Today we announce that youhave done your part welland we have done what wo could It is gratifying to announce that we did more businoss in 1901 than any previous year For this to you wo are grateful and start the New Year with promise to you that we will do all in our power to make our relations pleasant and satisfactory to all Wishing you alla prosperous year asking you to loaf with us leave your bundles enjoy our firos use our stationery etc we are Yours truly H J McROBERTS j d a a EVERYBODY READ t We have this day sold to The Fair Dry Goods Company the larger part of our stock of Dry Goods and Shoes and also our fixtures They will invoice in nhont ten days and move to the Carson store room The remainder of the stock is for sale at very iow prices either at re tail or in a lump We will be here to wind up the business and ask nil those owing us to come at once and settle Our terms from January 1st 1902are positively cash as we must have money to pny the retiring part- nersSeverance Sons I I t n Jedir9d FRYEIs making Big Inducements and offering Spe cial Reductions for the Holidays in Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fresb Goods and of the Best Quality at the Very Lowest Prices Heavy Boots at manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE Next Great Auction Sale of FINE HORSES Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky February 6 7 agd 8 1902 manybutgood horses of any kind to sell let us know at once FARRIS DENNY Danville Ky a THE TOHIOR JOURNAL u Entered n the post ofce at Stanford at coondfJatt matter pbltahaTueasyo DocS rtclave- T 81 PER YEAR CASH When not sopaidasSOO will becharted KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 TraIn EMUI North 11 Ma m 2fIII t 41 ire 3n u South h12119 am- a e UK pm For aIUlbinta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 25 ArrrUMat Stanford at 108 i ii- No2C Leaves Stanford at 210 AM No21 AnlTetatUewUndat 1100 oar No22 Leaw Stanford at 280 r M COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a of your patron ago I handle the beat grade of coal T L 8HELTON Rowland IyI R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higglns A McKtnneys Store Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills- J B McKINNEY PropI MoBLirmoy EyIMakejand keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Bran Chicken Feed Ae Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding a apeclalty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stanford and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stan ford In grass and land with excep tion of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good fenc ing timber though no dwelling only a coin crib It 1 a very desirable little place Will sells 25 per acre Gall at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY H Successors to T It Bright ii Co Will hold on February 1002 a big JAOK SALE at which time IO odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass jacks solicited till C1 RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call NEW liVERY STABLES W EUItEE tSJN Prcs JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClaw Turnouts at Reasonable Ratio Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Ray For SaW VitaelsW I Ore Do you know what It UT If not it will pay you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns Ct this paper or addressing THEO Neat Gcolo Chicago I L or N H BOUIE Agt Marksbury K- yMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly futnished clean beds splendid table Ever hlng first class Porters meet nil trains 89 POSTEDThe following persons have their lands posted and they will punlth to the full ex tent of the law any person or persons found bunting tithing trapping or other Lte tres passing on them W DooM O D Boone J 110 A rloa ants O P Newland H F Newland W H HlgRlns O L Crow E P Woods- J E Druce Oso D Hopper 8 IL Kaughman RO Hocker J 8 Rocker A S llroiddus Mrs J M White J W Daugbman J W Adams S T Harris W P Taw Joseph tUllou JM Adams J 0 Horton T A Rice MlssMarylepples Walter W Warren M F Lawrence W E Amon J H Foster Ernest rilminn David Stephens Aaron Hill Painting Repairing I I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle EItInew for very llttletnoney J II OIU Stanford Ky L Se PRICE Bnrgoon Dentist stanford Ky Offlceorrr UcRoberUDrnglJtor In the Owilt fuadi- egStockholders Meeting A of tlio stockholders of the Na tional lank of llustonvlllo wilt l o held at their banking house In llustonvlllo the 2nd Tuesday In January 1992 between 0 and IS A M for the purpose of electing directors to serve the 1IIOOKER Cashier J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce s Old Stand Depot St STRNP01W KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No OB RDILLEHAY DANVTLLEBYManufacturer BRICTIAn-Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Farmers Roller Mills CTANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnorwrroR Try me on grinding It I do not satisfy yon I will not ask to again Mr James Milburn head miller for J II Baughman A- On for years Is now with mo at my mill fo- rFlour Mol Shipataff Chiolcoa Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a bare of your promising to give you the best resins Dont me butbearin mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ c+ MCMY UNDERTAKER EbIBAWlER And Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY iQ Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TJNDEBTASEBS ILSO DliLKIS 1 Furniture MattlnssRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them n call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY DR R GOLDSTEINI I Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at I St RotclStnnfordlC Six days only Eyes examined and glasses sclentlficallyjadjuited I Office hours 9 a m to 4 p m t BIRTHDAY STONES ITho following rhyme contains tho accepted Hat of stones for each month In tho year JANUARY By her who In this month shorn No gem save garnet should be worn They will Insure her constancy True friendship and fidelity KBimUAKY The February born will find Sincerity and peace of mind Freedom from passion and from care If they the amethyst will wear MARCH Who on this world of ours their eyel In March first open shall be who In days of peril firm and bravo To wear a bloodstone to their grave APRIL She who from April dates her years Diamonds shall wear lest bItter tear For vain rcpentancu How this stone Emblem of innocence is known MAY Who fleet beholds the light of day In Springs sweet tlowry month o May And wears an emerald of herlifo Shall be a lovd and happywife JUNE Who comes with Summer to this earti And owes to Juno her day of birth With ring of agate on her hand Can health wealth and long life com mand JULY The glowing ruby should adorn Those who In warm July are born Then will they bQ exempt and free From love doubts and anxiety AUGUST Wear a sardonyx or for then No conjugal felicity The August born without this stone Tie said must live unloved and lone SK1TEMHKU A maiden born when autumn leaves Are rustling in Septembers breeze A sapphire on her brow should bind Twill cure diseases of the mind OCTOUEIl October child Is born for woe And lifes vicissitudes must know But lay an opal on her breast And hope will lull those woes idrestN- OVEMIIER Who first comes to this world below With dear Novembers fog and snon Should prize the topazs amber hue Emblem of friends and lovers true UBCEMIIE- Rf cold December gave vou birth The month of snow and Ice and mlrl Place on your hand a turquois blue Success will bless whateer you do 0 K Ky W H Williams is putting up a Dew aw mill at Rev A K Goochs I N Grabeel is buying all the timber be can to manufacture Into lumber Walker Wheoldon Is up from the South to see his wife and vlsltln riendo Christmas was spent In this vlolnlt situ a few parties and eating apple mod making fires I E Paine bad an oyster supper th other night and sold tlekets to som loge who refuted to eat with married idles who attended All say they had n good time L D Gooch sold his farm to J Lawrence for 8200 and bought one of L G eynolda near net Link for 306 I N Grabeel sold his farm to P M heeldon for 300 and has moved to loyda Switch W H Gooob Jr ought the farm of Miss Nancy Wilson for 5100 and iuocd to it Rev A K ooch of Ilockcaatlo and his brother It N Gooch swapped farms In this vi Inlty Jnbp W Wbeeldon bought of P M Wheeldon 14 acres of land fori- GO T M Anderson bought of I N rabccl 40 acres for 1120 James Grlf lin has rented a portion of P M Wheel dooll farm and will move to It In a few daYI CHURCH MATTERS Roy J M Bruce of Danville will preach at Crab Orchard Saturday and inday mornings at 11 oclock Most cheering news comes of a great r vlvallq Japan Dr Chapman reports 5270 people in Toklo alone having aCt pled Christ The bodies of two martyred saints from Rome have been received for bur- al under the altars of St Iartlne cburcb on Shelby street Louisville Methodists are congratulating them lIelves on ending this calendar year- with a round 815000000 of their 820 000000 thank offering fund Mass actings designed to Insure the raising of the remaining 5000000 are to be- glo this month and are to be hold In- New York Boston Philadelphia Bal tlmore Cincinnati and Chicago In ttaburg and other largo cities no setlnga are to be held for the reason tbat In them the task has already been ompllsned and the titles selected are Intended to be National Speakers at all of them are to be governors and United States Senators All the millions thus far raised will be used for ongthcnlng existing enterprises Disease and danger lurk in the vitalor Jans The blood becomes vitiated and the general health is undermined when- evor the stomach and liver fail to perform functions as nature intended HER1- 1IINK will tone up the stomach regulate Ie where other preparations ooly- roleve Price 50 cents Pennys Drug- Store KINGS VILLE I A happy New Year to all Everything was very quiet durlt Xmas In our village nearby Everyone seems to want the rural free delivery and want It bad Mrs Arabia Horton died graveyard Eve and was burled at Pleasant PointI James Florences house hurnod lIut Iwithf ton Monday and Tuesday the guest of Mrs Jesse T Hukle IleI Gertie Davidson has reoovei trout the measles Manfred Cheolctt Is alto able to be out The Idlest vlo Urns are Miss Ella Cbevolello and Uttlo Julia Anna Crelghton Miss Heroic Johnson Continues very sick with mee lee Little Mls Dora Rlgney acoon pealed by Miss Gertie Gooch of Me Kinney will visit relatives at Alpine the coming week Frank Potty and Mr Dunn of Graot county are visiting the latter bfother here Mr and Mrs Thomas McPi land are with Mrs B C Penny backer en route to Knoxville from Loulsvll Adlal Glass of Stanford was hero hut week buying Iron eto Mr and Mra W R CundltT have taken rooms at Mr Dunne residence Kenton Singleton and family are occupying the house va sated by Mr and Mrs CundlfT n A Now Years Rhyme Winter In Kentucky Ponds frozen tight Sllch bells a jtnglin Fun a gltlln right Middles single gaily Young folks a danoln Unole Kphrum on de box A spick span a pranoln Christmas an Now Year At do Big House and osbl- Mam and Pap argltyln Pickaninnies grabbtn- Uran Pap a stumblln In Great big confusion ice ono more spree An a New Year resolution BRAIN FOOD NONSENSE Another ridiculous food fad has beer branded by the moit competent autho lice They hue dispelled silly 00 lion that ono kind of food Is needed fOI brain another for muscle and still another for boDt I A correct diet will Dot nly nourish a particular part of tbe- bodlhbut it will sustain every other part good may be ita nutriment is destroyed by Indigestion or dyspepsia Vontnust prepare for Ihelr ppearanco or prevent by iking regular doses o Oreons Augui lower the favorite medicine of the Healthy millions A few doses aids dl estion stimulates the liver to health lotion purifies the blood and makes IOU sol buoyant and vigorous You cat get Dr O G Greens rtmedlc at Pennys Drug Store Oct Grwn pecial Almanac No sooner had Editor Waltoe of the tarrodsburg Democrat moved to Le jgton to enjoy the trails of a life of oil and trials than the city oounel used an ordinance requiring all mar- led men to be at home by llialoolc at Ighl and Imposing Baas for Infractloo of the ordinance If Editor Walto nesnt Immediately resent suah at brldgemant of personal liberty by ro arcing to Harrodsburg ha is not tht klod of man we think ba hOlasgonl- mos More money Is thrown away on the education of the human value than on- the support of government Of ovar 10000 voices one may be listened to without pain of every 100000 vploe one may be listened to with patience of every 1000000 voices ono may bo itencd to with satisfaction of every 000000 voices one may be listened to witheenatlon of joy The Vocal lyslologlsl An attractive woman thrives on good o l and sunshine with plenty of user iolntho open air Her form glow with health and her face blooms with beaulY When troubled with a costive habitsbe takes a few dotes of Hmims to cleanse her system ol all Impurities Prlco 50 cents Pennys Drug Store Here to the New 1 ear I Heros to you I The bells are ringing as I write Ring out the old ring In the new I would I were with you tonight I Tis vain to wish and vain to hope The now years promises ore few- And yet I dare with chance to cope And trust to 1902 Praise the bridge that carries you over either a Hood or cough UALLAHUS IHKUOUND SYRUP has brought so mnny- over throat and lung troubles such 8A- cooghl coldf bronchitis etc that its pral811 are sung everywhere Price 2- and 50 cents Pennys Drug Store It Is said that If muslo Is played under trees infested with insects It will- caule them to fall stupefied to the round p 5 sloe HEWAUD 1100 The readers of thus will It please to learn that then list least one dreaded dlsetie tint Id- enre has been stile to cure In all Its stage and- tblt U Catarrh Hslls Catarrh Curs Ii the on pOtlthe cure known to tbe medical fraternity alarrb twins a constitutional dlMai a- conatllUtlooe1 treatment HallCstarrhureisk- en Internally actlog directly upon the blood aDd mucous surfsns of the eptem Itroylol the feundallonof the disease and gIving tbe patient strength DJ building the contilu Uon uUnl nature In dolnlill work Tbe- proprleton have to much filth In lit cuuUn- poen thefofler One Hundred Dollars for any OM that It falla to cure Send lor lUt of tea tlwOnllli Atldrcu F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O- Sold by druggists T5o Rail Illts are the tat IG L CAHPEXTKU W G WITIIKUH f Here We Are IWith an uptodate line of FURNITUREYou PaperMattingsfor your patronage and hopingIto give you better values for 02 Withers Furniture Co STANFORD KENTUCKY CARSON PENCE UKALK1IS IX Carriages Buggies Phaetons i Wagons Buck boards HarnessiFull niul complete stock of the arc sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ol Lap Robes t Complete Line Ofd 1 Ledgers Journals Day ii Books Blotters 1 Etc Etc Get our prices before you buy We can save you moneyiCRAIG HOCKERti First National Bankcs Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This tHUtulloo was originally sUbllb i as the I p04lt llnnk of HMnfonJ In ISIS ben reor shed u MM National Hawk ef Stanford IB INS and again reurgasged M the Pint National Hank of Stanford In ISM having lad prarileallan uulnter ruptml nlatenoe yore N house- spplied now with fatlitieo for trnaanot ingbushouw pntaptljr alldtoll than aver before In IU long sad tMiaorabto career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited q 1I 11i ladles very fine plush anti seal Capes worth from ffl60 to must be Turned into money at once will bo gold from 1376 to J760 This s the cape offeHng in the history of Stanford A chance In a life time to secure the very latest style 47 Inch box cost all colors silk lined and very nice good1 worth 9 go at f4 U This oiler Is gooo- for 10 Jays obly- Collarettes nnd scarfs at reduced prices Towels tablecloths napkins shame and bolsters bed spreads laco curtains sateen linings cashmeres worsteds haunch table linen lab o oilcloth bleach ed cottons soil ail ladles goods at way be lOW COSt I Officers i J s IIOCKKH Infi J tWl Directors V RaW LIMIt On S T lIarfta UReaho- J 8 Iloekftr Us eta On W I Walter Uhooln Oo J II MltarOrakt Orchard StanfordJ 1 S H UaHghnan Stanford T I Hill SUnterd JM ItoblMon lIulbleIII 1 Chance For Ladiesj i Latest style goods style prices IIhoesallkindsderwear lists and caps at less than thoIraw material cost Mens anti boys Holmes it Ides collars worth 16c go tIc each 176 pair ladles and mens coarse worth 1160 co at 76o 8hoest onlyMens j Childrens latest style cloaks and box andt900The Racket Store Stanford 1 Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC 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