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SEMIWEFKLYVOL INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY JANUARY 1902 3 P MNnRs = NEWS NOTES I laAbadear at Monmouth lit killing tour menColg W Ayros a well known Washington correspondent dropped dead In that city Oan Gordon has limed the oniolal order for the Confederate reunion at Dallas Texas April 22 to 26 Tbo Infant of Orvlllo Iolloolt In y Bourbon county died all a result of a braes rivet lodging In Its throat Three trainmen woro killed In a cot coISouthern railway near Rex Oat l This Is a cold world remarked I Henry C Tatum at St Louis juit before taking a fatal dote of polioa t Dr John P Wood of Cofleyvlllo Kansas has just celebrated ble lOOdth blrtbday Ilo still practices tnedl I aloe John W Gatai hoe formed tho blg Rost brokerage firm In tbo world at i GhlonRO It will have a capital of over thAti retired MelhodUt clergyman Hired 80 years and his daughter 36 years woro burned to death Two deaths havo resulted from the- severe weather near Dawson City The temperature has bean as low as 50 degrees below zeroiFalse tootht to Urltlih soldiers In SouthAfrloa nod theksafety for protection against criminal and the streeU will be patrolled a j night by armed citizens Earnings of the United States Steel ltCorporation for the halt throe months of 1001 are said to be In excess of C36 000000 and possibly 120000000 The examining trial of lUtcllffeand Mo by acoueed of complicity In tho I murder of J N Hawkins at Lexing 1 ton have been set for Thursday Robbers dynamited the bank vault Camden Point Mo Cltlieos edaoda pitched battle ensued 1The robber escaped on a band car I Miss Alice Roosevelt daughter of the president accepted an Invitation to christen the German KaUers no yacht now building at Staten Island Parson Davies acting for a Texas oil company has secured contracts ManchesterIA lots of life estimated at 16 resulted i from the sinking of the PaolQe coast 1atearehip Walla Walla by an unknown i French bark which sailed away without reederlng assistance i P D nail a prominent farmer ol Slmptofl county living near Franklinj was asiabslnated Saturday night by an riunknown person white sitting at the I bedside of his sick wife Albert German Individual book- keeperI at the Third National hank of i J oulsvllle was arrested obargwl with 1 falsifying entries lie Is said to be ebort from 14000 to 16000 Mrs Ira Light wife of a life convict 1 Sled suit at Washington Ind for 000 damages against the ealoonkeop- ewho It U alleged sold tier husband th t whisky which caused him to commit the crlmo for which he Is In prison It Is expected that much now evi dence will bo offered at the approach fag trial of Jim Howard The State e attorneys oxpeot to strengthen their I case There Is a renewal of tbo rumors t that Henry Youtsoy may testify on be half of Howard i Copies of a remarkable proclamation that Is being circulated In the Ihll1- r bavo been received at SVaehlc- l It Is signed by nine Americans Itoo of them claiming to bo In the Staten military service and It Invitee American soldiers to desert and Join the Filipinos The will of Prank H Peavey the Minneapolis grain elevator man who died In Chicago Monday contains 1amoo other bequests a provision for paying a sum equal to a months salary whichtall be In employee when they too to work The estimate of the director of tho 1111Iyear 1001 shows a yield of 3880578 One i ounces of gold of a value of 180218 t I tOO and 60053788 One ounces of silver having a commercial value of 135792 I i 200 The yield of the Alaskan field foil OH about 11000000 from that of tho previous year A sensational scene was enacted SI Paoll Ind when Mlea Eva Miller aLe tempted to horsewhip C D Prlecoll a dentist because of an objectionable letter Drlscol arrlcaded himself his olllce but the woman remain firm and the town wa4 aroused FinalS ly by way of compromise Drlscoll ap peered before the crowd read his latter and apologized Later acommlttoeI called and demanded town t There were 614 deaths In Lexington st year Judge Sterling IJ Toney of Louis ville will become a resident of Denver American firms will furnish 830000 worth of equipment for on electric rail way In Toklo Japan Mrs Amanda Calvin was seriously burned In a fire which destroyed her homo near Oynlblann Marconi the youthful inventor ol wireless telegraphy Is only 27 years old Hole an Italian In the Franklin circuit court which nvened ycatcrday the cases against and Flnley were passed Frank Diley who toll down a flight of stairs and broke his nock at Park erebur Va n frourishmentThree children wereburned to death In tho suburb of Springfield Va Their mother n colored cook looked them In a room with a tire and went to her workAt the dedicatory sorvloei bold Sun day In the bandiomo now building of e Fourth Avenue Methodist church 126000 was raised toward paying tho outstanding debt of 331000 Senator Deboe former Lieut Coy John Marshall and David W Fatrlelgb have been summoned to appear before the Franklin county grand jury to tell the details ofa certain conference held n Louisville during the coolest for the governorship In 1S09 During the funeral service over the body of a child in a church In Spencer secf a photogra takentbody lnhle arms When the work was completed the services worn resumed Miss Hannah It Phillip the New York City educator aod physician hay hoddand next Saturday after a simple service on the stoke of one of the Staten Itlana terry upocn a tbo coOln was of the finest and five car ringer and 20 mourner followed It to lu grave while thousands of children buogowr then It Is a standing joke that rich manse dogs aro bettor cared for than poor moo + children IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Hurgin is to have a new tobacco man ufactory John Turner Is dead at Mlddleboro as the result of a fall Mrs Sarah Matthews aged 76 died In Jeeiamlne Saturday Both of Uarrodsbergs banks satin ed 4 per cent dividends Ibo llro year old child of Lee Bowman was fatally burned at Plnevllle Morris J Iarrli has bought for 17 000 the U F Phillip property la Den ville T N Roberts and John C Cnldwe will open a dry goods and notion hous In Danville sledsirat 13 for hlr health An oil well will be sunk In Mercer county on a farm whore oil was truck some yours ago Owing to the recent all strike on Rlohlond creek In Koox county the price of land has risen to fancy figures JR Miller a Nlobolasvlllo grocer was bltlcn on the band by a tarronlula while handling bananas and will likely die Dradlogs lingering Illness of a complication diseases Cyrus Cover has purchased of Mr Annie M Cover her Interest in the un dertaking aod upholstering establish ment Danville News Burglars gained entrance to Dunn L Sorber store at Junction City by breaking the large front window A quantity of apples oranges and candy was taken The Whitley Oil Company has a well near Pleasant View down 800 feet and has struck several traces of all but there was too much water with It to work It profitably Frank Flnucan aged and a wo known young man of Lebanon while attempting to alight from a rapidly moving doubleheader freight train at Junction City fell under too wheels and both of his loge were severed below too knees The following from Durgin appeared In yesterdays Courier Journal Wra atata catamount a species of cat that was not known to ex let In this portion of the State Elliott lives about 12 or 15 miles from hero edand is perhaps the finest field shot In State having bagged 7715 par fridges in the last few yearn all which were killed on tho wing also killed a deernear his home and a short time ego be killed ono of tbo tbllBectlon c HUBBLE WMM M Garret Wood sold Soenoy Morgan some tea shout at X 00 John Robinson sold his cattle to J C Johnson at l3 aod his hogs at Co S M Spoonamore lost bis buggy mare from lung fever L G Hubble lost a jannett from same disease C P flank and family ani Jack Yakoyhavo trans to Indiana Six fame ilies moved In this community Tuesday and the fire never wont out In any oDe of the houses vacated T C RAnkin loft Friday forjAtlanta with a load of mules Jew Jones has given nls farm over to ble boys and will grocerybudneeeom a visit to Tennessee Mr A L Spoonaraoro aod daughter Bessie re port a plaasant visit to Knoxville The holidays pained off as quietly as Sunday nero which speaks well for this community It Is not strange to any one why everybody waste a farm In this neighborhood Miss Anna Tarter of Somerset la visiting relatives In this community R L Hubble has gone to Atlanta with a load of mules MATRIMONIAL The county clerk of Laurel Issued t28 marriage licenses during Xmas almost as many as Clerk Cooper Issues in a year David B Miller end MU Jennie E Snrodcr worn married In the courthouse tower 100 IdOL lo too air at Ev aoevllloIadI0 to marry her 11yearold nephew an Evanston III woman dressed tbo boy In girl clothing and took him to a Greta Green A A Powell the Kentucky giant who sells Arm and Hammer brand sal through this section was married s LaGrange to Miss Mettle KerJIn Pow ell Is seven lent aod seven Inches tall A romantic marriage was celebrate- et Paducah says The News Democrat James Warren who is III from appen dicitis being united in marriage t Miss Jennie Terry of Dulutb Minn The engagement of Miss Ella Win gate of Midway and Mr Whiz Des die of Mayfield Is announced thtwedding to take place tbo latter parts too month Miss Wlngato has been a frequent visitor to the home of Dr Steele Dollop and she has many friends horn A m LIABLE ItEVItDY FOIl BOWEL TROUBLES Rev J M Ylnglinir pastor of the Redford St M E Church Cumberland Md 1Iftt Jt affords me great pleasure to rtoetniuend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea itomtxly I have used it and know otbers who have never known It to fall Fur sale by Craig h Hooker druggists Father let me dedicate All this year to Thee la whatever worldly state Thou wilt have me be careseThis atone shall be my prayer Glorify thy name Chicago preacher Interviewed the subject express themselves as o posed to applause In church but it docs seem that a little hand clapping occa sionally would be a floe thing to teas the congregations awake Louisville Times w A CURE FOR LUM1J1GO W 0 Wllllimeon of Amherst Va ease For more than a year I puttered from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Ualin and It gave mo entire tailfC gists The supremo court of the United States decided two case against tbo railroads of Kentucky In one the Chord act fixing rates la held to be co stitutional in the other the long and short haul clause is uphold Mrs Margaret Sallee Cookwife of Eugene W Cook died at 12 oclock tart night attar a brief Illness in the 2Sth year of her age Advocate Robert H Jenkins fell dead while making a speech accepting the olllce of ItIIThey are beginning to pull down the step scrapers In Chicago In order to build taller ones on the precious dirt they occupy Van Hamilton Danny SOD of Jud goIt George Donny of Lexington has been made a lieutenant in the United States armyTbo statement of the L N for the fourth week of December shows an In crease In gross earnings of 128002 Because a lad named Drlscoll called him a democrat John Worley probe ably fatally shot him at Smlthlaod To prevent eggs cracking while boll 135log pierce with a pin the broad end putting them In water There Is a chance that the Dive Ilvan Terry McUovern scrap will pulled off In Louisville AL1IEUTII KLOHENCB Stanfords new um ur who was sworn In last ol br LLhoman and a lIuceet8 at whatever be attempts ffffffffffffffffH4fffHffMIDDLEBURG Dora to tbo wife of G S Durham oa the 2d a girl Mother and babe both doing well The scoool progressing nicely A umber of new students aro expected In during this and next week There la nothing In demand more In this town than a good boarding house which would prove a veritable bonanzi to the promoter If conducted right Rev Joshua Taylor preached at the M E church Sunday Rev Bovine of AdaIr county discoursed at tbo Chris tian ohuroh Sunday morning aod night 6No pastor has been chosen at the latter as yet Dyesdwope who will leave for the upper leftorela aod probably test- ish fortunes with that State Your correspondent has beard quite number of Casey democrats expree opinion and withes relative to the Senatorial contest and needless to say they are unanimously teeth and toe nails wo to speak for exGov James D McCreary whose cbaoces seeming ly grow brighter each day despite the dally reports of a multiplicity of com bination that are being concocted to defeat him Uncle Johnny ewell who Is f0 odd years of age has In his possession an heirloom In the shape eta mill rook that has been In the Newell fern ily for over one aod a quarter centur tae This trophy which has been worn slick would just balanoe a halt bushel of corn Mr Newell grandfather used this rock to balance his turn of corn many soars before Kentucky was admitted Into the union of States This was of course before people discover od the fact that a turn of corn could be balancqd on a horse without tho bal ance rock There has bsen quite a wrangle con nected with the Yosemite Dunnville dopepDunovllle Mr J T Shorn of Yo Dunnvillepof Dunnvlllo has been attending to the lower end of the route but by some unknown means has engendered such competition that be has more that once been refused the mails It being given to another A usurper has seem lapis turned up In the lower village that would make old Hog Jaw Taylor of Indiana fame turn green with envy In reality be poses as an assistant post master general or at least he has been exercising that prerogative For sec eral consecutive days the malls were parta other Mr J T Short has been In the mail contrast business for tbo past 12 years and says be never before knew of or beard of things being as they wore last week C C A GOOD RECOMMENDATION I have noticed that the sale on Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once used thew says Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of Censuses Iowa What bettor recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call for when again in need of such a remedy T Try them when 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 aro certain to bo delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by Craig A hooker druggists Den Nevis tbo highest mountain tl Scotland has been ascended by Dudley j Grlerson of Ioodont on a motor bias clo weighing 200 pounds After bay ing ridden to an altitude of 3000 t- hisb0summit- s re H Y Ki rT 1ZffFy = t t lU i I A Blizzard 1Is liable to come along at mo ment now You cant stop themb-uti you can laugh at them if fortified within a if STORM OVERCOATs We have a complete stock themjkITPAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing ll JYourmoney back if youre not satisfied IHSCH Illtl3 t To our customers land frie- ndsGREETING e I With best wishes for happiness prosperity for all we are- Yours for business0 I Cummins cS McClary I L r MURRAY McADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky ++ 1 J J r J J J r 1 I I J I J J I 10 ++ New Years PresentsA WEDDING PRESENTS and gifts suitable for any occasion can be found at our store We handle no side lines being legitimate jewelers Our stock of Fashionable Jewelry Designs GORHAM SILVER aci- s more exclusive and complete and for su perior to any that can bo found in the de partment stores No charge for engraving Murray Sc MeAdams SAVE MONEY This Year by Trading With Higgins S McKinney STANFORDTKENTUCKY Iranplements Etc Etc P THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON L s Candidate for Railroad Commissioner for the 2d Ulitrict lublect to the will of the democrat THE following from the Washington Sunday Globe shows to somu extent the eeteem Gov James B McCreary IB held In the capital city In nooiber body legislative or commercial It tbe I truth of this axiom accentuated to the eau o degree as In the Upper House of the National Legislature Markedly true Is this fact In the makeup of tbe several committees A man utftrled to legislation finds himself at the bottom Of the liltan unknown shelved as it were On the other prior experience at the other end of the Capitol demands Immediate recognition For a half dozen years during a troublous period I Gov McCreary stood at the head of the committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives hould the Legislature of Kentucky see fit to promote that gentleman to a seat In the Senate his colleagues In caucus would without doubt assign him to a committee position In keeping with his equip meet and abilities where he would be of service to the Commonwealth and the Nation PRESIDENT MCCARTY of the Kentucky Press Association baa appointed the following newspaper men members of the Legislative Committee John a Westover Wllliamstown chairman Wm Henry Jones of Glasgow Charles M Meachatn of Hopklnsville Cbas M Lewis of Shelbyvllle J M Allen of Cynth Ian a E W Llllard of Danville Some important legisla + tine Is to be looked after and Brer Me Carty showed good judgment In his selection of the gentlemen to do It A DISPATCH from Wllllamsburg says that Senator Whitehead has spent E much of his time preparing a bill re districting the State In representative and senatorial districts Bo claims be has drawn his bill entirely from a non political standpoint and entirely In conformity to the constitutional requirements We predict that the Senators nonpolitical redlstrictlng bill will be tabled and that It will bo heard of no more this session TUB Ellzabethtown News says It has It on good authority that Senator J C 8 Blackburn and Gen P Wat Bardln have struck It rich In Investments tithe last year or to and that each of them Is worth a cool 1100000 We hope the News knows whereof Itepeaks but we rather doubt It In fact we thought and still think both of tbe gentlemen as poor as Jobs turkey hen SENATOR NEWTON W UTLEY of Lyon county will preside over the Ken tucky Senate as president pro tempore and by virtue of his office he will be tbe acting lieutenant governor of the Commonwealth Senator J Embry 1 Allen of Fayette withdrew from tbe race for president of the Senate which left Mr Utley without opposition IF Prof Loeb of Clrfcago has really found the secret of eternal life heas claims those of us who live in the pres ent generation have many reasons to be thankful tile greatest of which Is we may live always If Prof Loeba die covary Is as great as be claims we may yet think of Methuselah as a mere In fant at the time of his death TAYLOR U soliciting fund at Indianapolis to help Caleb Powers again carry his case to the higher courts Taylor has a wam spot In bis heart for his fellowconspirator but he wont dare cross tbe Ohio river Southward to solicit money to help wear the case against Powers out In the courts THOMAS B REED exspeaker of the House Is said to be In line for a poet tion In the Cabinet but we dont be lieve a word of It Reed has a bead of his own and Teddy realizes that he cannot control him and will we believe leave him severely alone Sioux CITY IA doctors have form ed a trust and will Increase their charges materially Thle will cut no figure Our Western friends will just buy a little of Prof Looba ellxer of life and go on living forever and forever THE Georgetown Times one of the cleanest and best weeklies In the state has just celebrated its 36th birthday Is now Chief Justice Guffy May IITgood Lord help us to do the best under such circumstances j POLITICAL Tbe treasury department will be transferred to Secretary Shaw Jan I 25th Ollle Jamee formally announced hIs candidacy district for Congress from tbe 1st A New York legislator has Introduc I ed a bill making public flirting a mU demeanor Friends of George W Jolly at Wash I ington believe ho will succeed E T Franks as collector The Panama Canal Company mattes ade nlte proposition to sell to tbe Uni ted States for Congressman Henry D Allen of tbe 2d district announced that he will not be a candidate for reelection Hanna stock Is on a boom and bets posted on his candidate for Speaker of the Ohio House go unmolested The primary just suits me1 said Hon Vincent forcing and I shall bo renominated without any dlfllculty Congressman D H Smith favors dropping the hindmost man In the Sec atonal fight He predicts a deadlock Admiral Schlev was summoned to the White House where be had an exI tended conference with the president Representative Cummlngs Introduced In the House a bill appropriating 82 500000 for a postoi lee building at New York City Congressman Borelng is in Frankfort and says ha Is not hustling for the republican complimentary nomination for Senatoit- The fight for the control of the Ohio Legislature has resulted In a Banna victory In the Bouse and a Forakcr victory in the Senate The appropriations for which tbo Kentucky Legislature will be asked ag gregate about 82000000 Including 11 000000 for a new capitol John E McCall has been chosen collector at Nashville to succeed David A Nunn and Geg John T Wilder will be pension agent at Knoxvllle The colored race says a Washington dlipatcb was more largely represented at the White House New Years reception than It has been for a long time Two Brooklyn magistrates are locked in their court rooms In a state of elege resisting the efforts of their newly elected successors to assume their offices It Is the opinion In Washington that the Nicaragua canal bill will pass both houses of Congress though tho effort to sell the Panama canal may cause delay A Montgomery telegram to the Bir mingham AgeHerald says that Richmond P Hobson will resign from the navy and become a candidate for Con gress A bill was introduced in the Now York Legislature making an attempt oa the life of the president of the United States or governor of the State treason The republican committee of tbe llth district has ordered that a primary election be held on the first Monday in August to nominate a candidate for Congress Through the Influence of Represen tative Gilbert the closing of trafllo on tbe Kentucky river for the repair of locks and dams has been postponed till late In the Summer season Appellate Judge Thomas H Pnyn ter who was succeeded as chief justice by Judge Unify has announced that he will bo a candidate for reelection to the court of appeals next November The friends of Gov McCreary favor a joint democratic caucus not later that Thursday night of this week for nomi nating a candidate for U S Sena tor Friends of some of the other can didates eay there la no reason for bold- Ing tbe caucus earlier than next Mon oay night Mrs Leslie M Shaw wife of tbe prospective secretary of the treasury is undismayed by a statement that Secretary Gage has bad to spend 1100000 moro thanhla salary on account of his social obligations She says In an Interview In the New York World that 85000 extra ought to be enough and adds I guess we can etaad that for awhileThe McKinley Memorial Arch Asso elation has prepared a bill to bo Introduced in Congress this week asking for too appointment of a commission to select a site In the Dletrlct of Columbia for the proposed arch It aleo asks that the commission be authorized to re quest models and drawings from archi tects and provides for an appropriation of 125000 to defray the expenses of this wurk DOINGS AT FRANKFORT The Democratic House caucus last night by acclamation nominated Gerald T Finn of Simpson county for Speak er Mr Barton withdrew from tbe raced was made chairman of the Houeo caucus Mr Holland withdrew and presented the name of Mr Finn Mr Weatherford then withdrew and Mr Finn was nominated by acclamation The House caucus nominated James E Stone for chief clerk and George H Peters for assistant clerk Capt C W Longmlre wasJnomlnated for ser geantatarma and Mrs Amy Lyons for enrolling clerk- Sentiment favors a caucus Thursday or Friday and a ballot next Tuesday as a precautionary measure The friends of the candidates are making first bal lot claims al follows McCreary 42 Wheeler 28 Cantrlll 20 and Smith 22 Aa there are but 100 votla In the cau cue It la evident that their enthusiastic friends are counting the same beads twice The Senate caucus nominated Sena tor N W Utley for president pro tern of the Senate Senator George W HIckman of McLean county was mado chairman of the Senate caucus The republicans of both houses of the Legislature held caucuses yesterday and nominated a full list of otllcera No date was set for the senatorial caucus but It seems to be settled that the name of Gov Bradley will be presented ae an otTset to the proposed Indorsement of Deboea record LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Sixty young cattle for sale Mark Hardln Eggs are scarce at 33c per dozen In ChicagoVersailles dairymen have formed a milk trust J Marsh Coney bought of J T Bin Kaman 11 yeaYllogs at 121 Wheat made a new crop record yesterday selling up to 84 cents Good team of borces and a jack for sale G A Poytoo Stanford JH E B Deazley bought of Bon Underwood a harness gelding for 1100- E T Pence sold to S H Shanks 35 and a fraction acres of his farm for 81 318Samuel Duddarnr eold to J H Baugbman ft Co 240 busbals of wheat- I at SUc FOR SALE 600 bales millet bay at 45o per hundred J B Boone t Co Stanford Kv It Is estimated that the boll weevil destroyed 242500 bales of cotton in Texas last year C Vanoy bought of Jamos A Dud derar a bunch of IIboata at lIe and sold to Wor Beck a bood tow for 810 30 A J Bailey told to John Roberts of Bell the old Newland farm of 247 acres two miles from Crab Orchard for 8V 000Robert Moreland sold to A S Dunbar of Atlanta Ga a very fipe walktrot gelding for 81200 toxin ton Observer FORSALE60 ewes 30 of them pure Southdowns three years old coming Spring duo to lamb Feb L T A El kin Lancaster Ky Frank McGarvey sold the Continen tal 5000 pounds of tobacco at 8 tote all around It Will raised on 21 acres at the race track Barrodsburg Demo ratFarris Denny sold a oar load of mules Monday M ISO C P Cecil Sr sold i3 export cattle averaging 1400 pounds to Simon Well of Lexington at J6 50 Advocate Winnie OConnor Is onus more the crack jockey on the coast The Sao Francisco sports dont believe that Too Sloan over saw the day ho could ride with tbe bporty little Irishman A A Rueeell sold to M M Sandldge 10 acres of land for 8400 Be also sold lo Riley Vauehl a house and lot In Mil ledgevllle for 8400 and to R C Durham a house and 16 acres of laud for 8400 tiles Roosevelts Debut Party Miss Alice Roosevelt Is the first White House debutante since Gen Grants daughter Nellie was Introduced In 1873 One thousand bouquets were received by Miss Roosevelt She chose her fathers gift of white roses to wear- President and Mrs Roosevelt and the gravest of statesmen danced Miss Roosevelt arranged the floral dccoralfona Out of 700 Invited guests 400 attended The promenade was In the famous East Room rivaled only by tbo Doges Palace council room at Venice Decorations Included nearly a mile of amllax GOO roses 400 carnatlone 600 hyacinths 1200 ferns and 400 spikes of narclsrus S t THIS AND THAT There It not a vacant tenant house in Danville so it is said A big oil boom has struck Christian Todd and Muhtenbere counties Twelve companies have been orgbulzcd In the past few Louts COOK baa opened a grocery store at Maywood and asks a portion of the patronage of tbe people in that auction also do carriage paint ing and blacktmlthing It is said that Henry E Youtsoy will take the stand for Jim Howard and will testify that the only two men In the ofilce of the Secretary of State when Gov Goebel was ehot were Sheriff Burton of Brecklnrldge county and Dr Johnson of Jackson county both of whom are now dead ExSherltl Wm Cooper was eo unfortunate as to have his house and Its content destroyed by accidental fire The building was a large and comfortable country home and It was well and substantially furnished To give some Idea of Itt contents we mention the loss of a dozen feather beds and furnish ings Nearly all the clothing of the family waa lost Somerset Republican COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland thus winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion or your patron aRe I handle the best grades of coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky IsM BOURNE Lancaster Ky OfTen his services as Auotion ar to the people of Lincoln County lIe will pleareyou both In work price to him A300acreFarmfor2 Having more land than I can handle I wilt rants all mv land on tiorth tide of rail road near Wlldle containing about 300 acres at 12 a number numbers running from 1 to 500 thus placing 300 acres land 10 that every poor man may have a chance to get a big arm for 12 Hero Is a chance for some one of the INTKIUOII JOUR NALS readers to get rich for 12 Dont fall to take a chance Anyone desiring partic ulars enclose stamp and any question will be answered U II LEWIS M D Wlldle Ky The Louisville Stores Great Glosing Out Sale Is still in progress and will continue un til every dollars worth is sold Take advantage of this rare opportunity Buy I of us and make your nickles and dimes do what dollars do elsewhere Mens heavy Overcoats worth S n warm present cut to aDS Youths Oxford Overcoats ages 15 to 19 years something durable worth 6 at 20S Mens fancy bosom and plain white shirts worth 1 out 48c- Mens heavy fleeced Undorwonr worth 75c reduced to J o- Mens nil wool underwear in red and tau worth 1 at tOo Mens heavy work glovos lined and un lined worth 1 and 150 at iOo- Mfns fine shoos Lace and Congress worth 2 anti 250 nt 148 50c Neckwear 25c 1 Oxford Mufllcrs 45c- 35c Cashmere Sox 15c 50c Work Shirts 2rc 50c Silk Handkerchiefs 25c Good heavy 104 Blankets white and gray worth 1a pair at Cflc Bros and FOR My reMilswc property In McKlaney HM Idenee has six room two jnjrche voraatln- is frost and there are nil neerytIwlMlBOT A hirenln for ash J U VANIIOOK McKlnney Ky For Sale Situated near Peytons Well eenUlM shoat tot acres sad Is now occupied l y sffl HI Itlihop Ilea fair tease of I room and tbe outbuilding lira In good repair Spring and well both ekwe to house Is In a good state of cultivation sad frsxring Snit class Six nets meadow II altos IB wheal It for corn and balance In gross Terms X cash balance 1 and 2 years COLUMIIU3 illS 1101 Shelby OUy Ky For Sale I with to sell my UverrbuslneM al Ste Kinney and will make the irue rjeht to the buyer Aia having a good trade dont like the business Write or all for patle- I ulan JOHN COULTER MoKlnney Ky ED KY Bath Room in 1H I II I I 11 II II 1111111 A HE home without a Hot Water Bottle larks that 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 most any pain Equalizes tho circulation relaxes muscles and eoothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have beat at its bolt No scorching and a steady even Those we offer are mado as they should beof finest Para rubber with reInforced seams All sizesland every size at a Ky + 11 +01 oJ 1111 + II Ladies Fur Minks worth 250 reduced to nso Ladies 4 Fur n very and pretty present 108 tlwfuttLadies Fur worth 0n handsome present cut to BUS 50c in all colors out to 20o- IMin wide all wool dross suiting in plaids and all solid colon worth fiOo a yard nt 26o- Lntlios Cnpos well made and nicoy trimmed worth 1out to lOe 7 l2c Outing Cloth C- o5conl Calicoes all colors Co 7 l2c Canton Flannels 6e- 2ric Fancy lloso lOc tOe Pearl Buttons 6c- 15c Mute 5c t Wo have vn few Polls and Wagons left 1 cost not considered t THE LOUISVILLE STORESalinger Prors Wholesale Hetail Stanford KytSALE SmallFarm Livery Outfit WILKINSON Tonsorial Artist STANFORD JSTSplenuld Connectl- ohf49 RUBBER DOCTOR gsomething HEAT HELPS temperature barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Collnrottos Collarettes Fascinators To Strike Oil call at TilE CHARLES WHEELER PORIUMIHUSTONVILLE KY- Our stock is complete in every sense Prices aro bolowHho Trenton Rock whuro the oil is found Our Shoo Stock equals that of tiny city at 25 per cont lower prices 20 years experience insures this In ample time our stock of Holiday Goods will be open for your inspection Wo keep every thing found in a general line Como and 8n0Iyour oil in winter We no dustIors or watered stockrCHARLES WHEELERS Our Line of Groceries Harfae Chinaware Quccnswarc Tinware Glassware Etc t Is now Complete The best selected line that could be had is now on Display i GEORGEHFARRSaCO W B McROBERTS I DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at Very Rea sonable PricesrOPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Flnt National Hunk ot Stanford will bo held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1003 for the purpose ot electing directors for the ensuing Tear JOHN J UcItOUEUTS Cashier FARM FOR SALE 257 Acres in Preach orsvllloi Lincoln Co Ky 0 miles from Stanford 8 miles from Lancaster on tbo Lancaster And Crab Orchard pike 4 good dwellings 0 good wells and cistern good ponds plenty or test and rail timber for fencing Well adapted to stock raising Will dlvldo it two farms or tell as a whole A splendid bargain Her W E ARNOLD Stanford f t Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National Hank of Stanford wilt secondTuesdayof electldg yearJFARM FOR SALE I orMcllnhftYtwodwellingsboth and well watered an bo sold In two wholeForJ S MOil LEY McKlnney Ky 1 4 I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFonn Ky TAY 7 102 I In Olllnil your prescriptions wo nee propordonenot do better If yon paid UB doublo the price which Is always reasonable Peony Drue Store PERSONALS MK W P TATS vai la Casey last week 0 0 OAKBON returned to Libert + Sundar Idly It H MAllokv went to Mt Virnflo ygsterday- PtlOP M D Huuilf of Lancaster was hero Saturday MiH KATIIKIIINB BECK of ibe Wait sod le with the Misses Hack MliR II D CAKTKK and ton have re turned from a visit to relative la Lou UvilloJUIXIK II G WILLIAMS of Mt Vet t yesterday non who Is now an ex was here Miss OAMILLK Uoiitw of Huston vllle was ibo guestof Mlts Salllo Stone Plnkerlon A SECOND too arrived Sunday night at the home of Mr and Mr L M Weiterflold Till aged Gen T T Oarrard It told to bo dangerously 111 at his homo at Manchester Mil AND MRS A E GluttoNs of Danville were guests of Mr and Mr RAIeyton I JUlXJM H P MOW and lion N 13 legalfMK WAUK II KRKNBUV Is back from Ada I T and Is quit III at hit home at MoICIaney HAWKINS BU HOP of Iltutonvllle left Saturday for Loultvlllu to ants r ike reedleal college ibere- MiMjlKTTiK PAXTOM wet to Lex legtoe Saturday to ahead the Bro t anghIluRman marriage MIM DJCIKA BACOIIMAK ef Boyle was the KNIt of Mrs W H Were art Mrs W B McKlaey MffiflHB MANY HUKI aY ned Mart and Lluie Portwaa rutarlHld to Iii I Catherine College yesterday LAWKKNCH VAXAKSUALH will re main with W lU A TrlbWe He Is a popular boy cad makes a good valet I mo MHBUAMEsBCKUirrr RAMBHY SR red Burden Ramsey Jr of Oarrnrd are dawn to see Matter Buplelt Ram toy Brlgbt Mils Ain LAfcLKY has rested her- reeldeeseon KatiMnlo Street to Mrs Sue Holmes who has been living at Troy Ala for some time News comes that Joo P Burton for merly of this place will almost cer Italnly be appointed collector of the Montgomery Ala district f MHRSIIB T c RANKIN U L Hub ble John C Poppies and Joel T Km bry arc In the South with routes Mns HUH HOLMHS of Troy Ala made friends here and In tho Kant Rod glad last week by paying them a visit t Mu JUNE REnD Danvilles latest valuable acquisition from tluitonvllle Is Installed as prescription clerk In John U Stouts drug store News TUB fancy work and literary club ll will meet with Mrs James Harris Baughraau at 2 V M Thursday All members are requested to bo present MR DINIC WILKINSON of Liberty ono of Casey countys most prominent and Influential citizens was In the city on business yesterday Lex Demo t cratMR 8 M SAUFLEY who has boon circulation manager of the Morning Democrat since It was started hai been It given a position as reporter by the now management Wo are glad to bear of I the young gentlemans promotion tboIwere moats by Gllcber wero elegantly orvedIT RAtsEY who has been with tho Storo people has given up his position to become manager of tbo Fair Companys store which will open In a few days In tbo Portman store room Mr Haney Is a fine salesman a very popular gentleman and his friends hope ho has bettered himself by his change of locatln t MR GEO W DEBono gave tho pris oners his last meal as Jailer yeeteria- at dinner and tbo now jailor Mr W H I Herrln started In his term by setting I a good supper for tho unfortunates lat+ night Everybody Is sorry that Mr DcBord and his excellent family havo leftue but a hand of welcome Is ex tended his clover successor and his family Few men page gone out of office with us many friends as oxJnller DoBdr3 MK D B EDMISTON the now chief deputy under Collector Cratbas mode a good impression at thoCustom house Uo Is noetranger In tho revenue ser vice having served for the past eight years In tho Eighth district Mr Ed mlston will shortly return to hla home at Crab Orchard and bring his family to Loulsvlllo whero they will go to house keeping Mr EdmUton Is a val ued addition to the collectors force 1 Loulsvlllo Times Mit M U JONES of Rockcastlo was hero yesterday PRICE CunitBY went to Loulsvlllo yesterday to consult an oculist MK JOHN W LUTES has moved to tho Murphy farm from the West End W B LAND has moved from Row land to tbo Perkins farm near Lancas ear I Miss KLiiSAiiKTii HARMON Is the guustof the Mlees Deck In Stanford AdvocateMRS HUSSINO and children of Somerset are visiting her father and sisters host JOHN A WALLACB and wife of theyI lION It O WARREN the next Congressman from this district went to Frankfort yesterday MR W F McKlNNBY and fatally have moved Into Mrs Fannie Dunn property on Danville Avenue Miss HBLHN THURMOND of this place Is thinking of entering school at London Brodhoad cor Colonel TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Prcs lyterlan church will meet with Mrs W B MoRoborts next Friday altar noon at 2 r- oJuooc W H VARNON has received his commission 04 general storekeeper for tho counties of Madison Ksllll lookcastlo and Garrard Mn F K TRIIIIILE has rented of Dr J K VanArdalo his residence Ho will take possession March 1 The doc tor Is still undecided as to his future MK AND Mils GKOROE H FAKRIS are rejoicing over the arrIval of their Ort born a handsome llttb son which arrived bright and early Sunday morn Ing Robe been named George Fleece Foals OODKV SON have employed Mr Hardln Young of Llnoolu county as salesman In their grocery store Mrs Sarah Mulllns of Lincoln ootlDtyle vie Ring Mrs Fred CurtU Somerset lie publloan V s CiiASCKLLOK who bas been head clerk nl Hotel Palette Lexlng toa Is DOwjolBTKlBu In the Delltoales MH loT E Mali that city nod be glad to have ble Stanford wouldI nail and see him MK J M ALVKMOK a iMomluent pollUelaB of Siaofoni was la the city Sunday visiting frtesds Uwas recently elected city oouocHmun of that place and went home In order to be sworn In Lexington DsmooratJ- UDOK M O SAfKLBY and Dr Fran Peyton tailed to appear at the old lid dlars contest at Stanford Now the admirers of the old stager are ember teased In trying to convince tbat either of them ever could play Addle Somerset Journal LOCALS OLD newspapers tor sale This nfikl- oWANTiwTo loan 11000 Address look box Itit Stanford ANOTHER lot gum boots felt boots I and over shoes nt U J Molloberu SBB our cook stoves with fiverear guarantee lire back John Bright Jr 1 Co FOR RENT Either of my two rest dances on West Main Street W P Walton w FAREWELL WARNING If all taxes on city property aro not paid by Jan 20 your property will be advertised for sale L lie Hughes collector SrrinneytI this county died a few dove ago at Ash Grove Mo of pneumonia EiH MASON of the Pall Lick section of th9 East End killed 12 quail with ono throw of a rock They wero bud died up close together and bo used a big oat rock You aro expected payyour account at once Please do so All ac counts not paid by Jan 16th will bo placed in an attorneys hanus for col lection Bcailoy Bros SOME eight or 10 couples attended the hop at Huitonvlllo Friday night They report a delightful time and are loud In their praise 01 tbo genuine old Kentucky hospitality shown them HUFKAKER Mr Jeptba A Hullo ker who boa been making Stanford In his rounds as drummer for a tar of a century died In Loulsvlllo Frl day Ho was born In Wnyno count I and was a merchant at Montlcello for years before he went on the road Wattsyi Ring a well struck a One How at 43 feet but ho cant or rather wont use the fluid ho found It Is as red as blood and Mr Watts doQt know whether it Is blood or ink Uo will have a chew let Investigate the matter Mil AM PECEhasrooted of Morrie Fred his mill in the WelLern- parI of Stanford and will take charge at once with Mr Janice Milburn tho wellknown miller as bead miller These two gentlemen make a strong team and should do well Mr Fred will travel for the Brooks 011 Co o Cleveland O LucyNallora house on George C Glvene farm Sat urday morning Sho was subject to fits and Ills supposed tbat sbu baa ono and cloLblnjthrnlLedalso burned It was known as the Jack son atone house and was one of the old est buildings In the county BEC nice lino of cut glaes at Muel j ers U REDUCED prices lap J C i McClary PoultryFoodw OFFICE rooms for root over Hlgglna k Mol lnneys store W n Higgins IN order to closeout our bloyclo sup plies we will sell them at cost W II Mueller It TUB board of supervisors Is In see c Ion It will take them about 10 days to coraplato their work IRANDALL COOK of the Highland section has bought Colyer it Owens butcher shop at Somerset TilltRK cottages one on Logan and two on Whltlev Avenue for rent Four and six room Dr J F Peyton STORBHOOU on Lancaster street next door to INTKRIOII JouitNAL en I trance for rent Apply alibis olllce LAST PAYMBNT Supt Garland Sin gleton tells us that he will make his last payment to the county teachers Saturday next WILL sell you millet clover and tlm othy hay corn cornchop shlpstufT oats and straw Cheap for cash J n Baugbman it Cot NOTICE I have sold to George D Wcatberford of Ilustonvllle all the old Mock whisky I had 06 barrels There Is no ono else In Lincoln county who has ar y H C Mock Ct To TilE PUBLIC have my mill to Mr A M Pence for 1002 Ho will furnish the flour to those of my old customers who left wheat with me for exchange Morris Fred OLD P1DDLKK8 CONTBST AT MO- KlNNRY Messrs Ed J Tanner and Will Kennedy will give an old Addle rs contest at Wares Hall McKinney on Friday night Jan 17 Go If YOU want to have fun by Um barrel TUB Louisville Store will soon be no more Messrs Max and Gus Sallngvr art bere paokiog up oraparatory to moving the Roods to Louisville and other poles There Is a general ro gret that Stanford wilt love ibis store othekr rDooD A lost a pocketbook containing 11006 Yesterday Miss Sarah Baugbman found the pocketbook but It Will as bara relTOM KBNDHUK colored ewore i proud of this recommendation given I him by Rid Joseph Ballou for whom he worked several year Tom Ken drlck Is a good worker a good team ster a good hand to run a machine ands agreeable among other hoods Ho I II good natured a good fiddler and al ways has a tine appetite SiTU BlKTIIUAY Mrs America Rout celebrated her 87lh birthday at thc home of her son Mr Jos H Rout Saturday when a Ono dinner was on Joyed At the table were her two sons fivo grandchildren and eight great grandchildren Mrs Rout Is still t fair health and promises to live to celebrate moor more birthdays 1SHANNON of Crab Orchard turned over to Jailer Herrln yesterday Quinn Tankersly of tho Fall Lick section who got a 30day jail send tence on the charge of stealing a coat from W D Wallin and Tim Buchanan colored who got a similar sentence for stealing coal from W H Perkins They were tried before Judge Andrew W Buchanan THERES MONEY IN nAYDr Cllf ton Fowler ono of Lincoln countys bOIL farmers and best men as well sold last reek to W H Lillard of Danvlllo 123093 pounds of hay at 6Hc delivered at Junction City It brought him the snug sum of C753 03 and was tta product of 40 acres Tho doctor spent 1166 for stacking tho hay baling and delivering It which leaves J57 04 for seed sowing and cutting and profit Who can beat the doctors hay record 4 CIIARLEY LIKENS who was shot at Crab Orchard Christmas day by Hiram Grant died of his wounds at 11 oclock yesterday and now the charge of mur der hangs over Grants head lie la in jail and waa placed in a felons cell last night Likens was shot twice but tho wound that killed him was In the right lung The dead man lived about two miles this side of Crab Orchard and loft besides a wife several children Ho and Grant had been at outs for some tuno and both woro drinking when their lamroubio occurred MORE ABOUT OIL Messrs B B King T J Robinson J J Spears Tom Best and J C Neal own 1028 acres of land around Moreland and believing there Is t prof pose to sell stock In the company they will form and guarantee that ono tOOl shall bo bored into the ground for each dollars worth of stock sold Mr King 1 whole the prime mover in the enter prise Is sanguine of striking oil In paying quantities and 4s enthusiastic over his and bis partners prospects of becoming richer by the move J =j = LETTER beads printed and padded a j IL CO per thousand up tl 25 per thousand np This ol1lcoIMARSHAL JONES one locker Ed James George I and Woodlo Simpson for riding freight trains Bio bargains In staple and fancy groceries for the year 1002 Rebate stamps given on all cash purcbaios J W Perrln COL J P CHANDLER the auciion ccr will sell a lot of boots shoes dry goods etc in the courthouse yard county court day TUB statement tthe of Stan ford which appears elsewhere shows that the best town on earth Is In a healthy condition financially BKAUSMAN HURT Ab Wlnklor an L A N brakeman fell from his train near Brodbcad and received Injuries which will probably result in his death lie was taken to a hospital at Lebanon THE meetings held hero Sunday af ternoon and night by Reys A B Dav Idson and F J Michel of Louisville at the Presbyterian and Chrlsilau churches were both enjoyable and In sirucllvo ALL claims thecity of Stan tool mutt bo tiled with tbeflnaoco com mittee Councilmen M D Elmoro and Cicero Reynolds three days before each regular meeting of the city coun cil L R Hughes clerk 3t AGAIN IN STANFOKD JAIL John Hendrlckson who got a life sentence on tbo charge of murder and who was given another hearing by the court of appeals was brought back to the jail hero Sunday for safe keeping Ho was allowed ball by the Knox circuit court but be could not mako bond Hen drlckeon has spent a year or more In our jail and has been a model prisoner NEW MILLINERY STORK Mrs Cleo Brown who has successfully conducted a millinery establishment at Georgetown bus rented Judge J W Alcorne storeroom on Lancaster street and will open a millinery there in a week or eonShe will hive a lady from Cbl oago to trim for her Mrs Brown Is a sister of Mr M C William of this place and Is well up In her line of bus loess We are glad she has decided lo cast her lot with us Tile city olllaers elected at tbo No ember election were sworn In last night and they proceeded at once lo the election of city attorney city clerk treasurer marshal and chief of the fire department As no other names were presented Messrs J B Paxton for at torney L R Hughes for clerk Joho J McRoberls for treasurer R G Jones for marshal and tax collector and I M Bruce for fire hlef had smoolhe sail- Ing An assessor will be elected at tbo September meeting It was decided to continue to bold the council meetings on the first Thursday night In each month Tbo following committees wero appointed by Mayor Florence Finance M U Elmoro and Cicero Rey nolde Street J M Stone and Peter Straub Jr Sanitary Dr J F Pcylon and J M Alverson The councilmen were loud In pralso 01 Messrs L R Hugbes and R G Jones who have marIt Messrs McRoberla and Bruce who acceptably Pitxton la ono of the best lawyers o the Stanford bar as well as ono of the Unto citys most substantial citizens and host men Financial Statement of CITY OF STANFORD KY To the City Council of Stanford I L R Hughes would submit the follow log as my report for the year ending Dec 31 10011 RECEIPTS Cash on hand Jan I 19 14440 08 Received from LlconseaE 1044 00 It i Taxes 374 37 It Fines e4 8- I Opera Home 84 8 It Judge Sauaey525 19070 08 EXPENDITURES Paid for care of prlsonersI fG CO salaries 1518 29 I water and light 270375 street work DiD 15- It extrapollco 39 SO supervising 800 lumber 5438 It miscellaneous accounts 80 6 hoso drainage 7 0 It compromise Coffey suit 100 00 attorney too Arnold case 50 60 trip lo Nashville Jud- gesaufeyt 3000 compromlso Mrs Annie Xewland 50 00- It error assessment Miss Emma Ilakcr 10 00 Balance In treasury 2655 f 0 18073 OS ASSETS Fire del lftmeot 1200 0 Interest opera house 1000 Clly hall building 44s 0 Cash on hand 2655 8 52SO SO LIABILITIES DUe S W L S I Co M yr rent 1305 00 Due caro prisoners 1001 15060 Net amt over and above liabilities 376520 11260 SO Respectfully + suhmltted L K HUGHES Clerk 3WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 AH willBellNewYearloess relations pleasant and mutually profitable QuconswnrcShelfkinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc Also Cook Stoves with indettructable Ore buck Salt Lime Cement Clover Time othy qnlelcdelivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO cfI or iyf1itia1t l e a = qL S = 8LSM5 Ii iiitoJ d j t Ii 1902aFj k W- ti e- rH 4Sel i Ct s Icustomprswannounce that you have done your part well and we have done what we could It is gratifying to announce that we fj t1 did more business in 1901 than any previous your For A 210this to you vo are grateful and start tho New Year with a 6 S promise to you that wo will do all in our power to make imp our relations pleasant and satisfactory to all Wishing you tt Qall a prosperous year asking you to loaf withus leave I f your bundles enjoy our fires use our stationerjyetc we are 6- t1 Yours truly e ilA ampskystx3I 1c O i t1 JIa i ma ciii 8 G3 3 WJf lrw W f i i REMNANTS r I L 1 r- C air I Severance Sons i- e l l r tl ri THftNKSFor your blade during the past year and with assurances that fair and courteous treatment sthebest goods at the very lowest prices will always be found at this store I solicit a continuance of your patronage during 1902 JAMES RYE HUSTONVILLB ofIFINE HORSESI I Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky 1902omanybutgood horses of any kind to sell letlus know at once FARRIS DENNY Danville Ky u= c THE INTRHIORJOURNAL Entered n the pottofflee nt Stanford ut taonddatt matt- rr1hsbLtaxaaTuiwy an6 S siGaw A- T8i PERYEAR CASH nr When not laoatdaaOO will benharsed KHOXVIttE DIVISION Ko Jl Train going North IIM a m No 26n 2ae a m No M South 1296 am Toga 1L62pm- I For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 41eveSlaotorda Ia4m No rrln15tanlo1IImNo 21 mere Stanford at 236 p to Tr J lRrA JONESDENTIST Stanford e over lligeina der McKlnnoys Store IIorne Telephone No 49 McKinney Roller Mills I J B McKINNEYi Prop MoBZinney a a Ky Makoand keep constantly on band the test ot Flour Moat Sblp tutr Ilrnn Chick en Feed Ac Irlees very reasonable Cus tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stan lord and uttenhelm pike 3 miles from Stan ford In grass and land with excep tion of a tow acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and somo good fens log timber though no dwelling only a cotn crib II Is a very desirable little place Will eeUat 65 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY 3 Successors to T n Btlpht St Co Will hold on February 23 1002 a big JACK SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but Britclass Jacks 01 H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor i STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLES W nACBE k St 1rs JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstOluM Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale I I VitaeOre Do you know what It Ut If not It will pay you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa1- 1Or or addressing TIti o HOKI Goolo gist Chicago I I or N II Boots Agt i Markslmry Ky Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid la le Every hing first class Porters meet all trains 89 tPOSTEDt persons lands posted and tbey will punish to the full ex tent of the taw any person or i enons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tree I paulne on them W U Iloono J HAO A IleasnnU NewlandII J E Bruce I 511 llaughman J 8 locker Mrs J M White J W Adams W P Tate J M Adams- T AltIre- WallerW Warren TT Eo Amon Ernest ta1lDIi Aaron flail Ky O D Boone 01 Newland w n Ulgjtlnll E P Woods Hoppern A S Iroaddus J W Itauchman S T Harris Joseph Itallou J 0 Morton MluMaryfepplei M F Lawrence- J II Foster DavId Stephens I Painting Repairing I aid prepared to paint and repair your buggv carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You ran have your old vehicle new for very little money J U madeI Stanford A 8 PRICE Surgeon Stanford Ky OfflcOT ttU bert Druf Store In the OwAtj I liuUtllni i Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional tank of Uwtonvllle will be held at their bunking house In HustonTllIe the 2nd Tuesday In January 19W between 9 and 13 A M for the purpose of electing directors- to servo the ensuing J W HOOKEU Cashier J H BOONE CO i Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable nrucen Old Stand Depot St STRNFORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No M ERDILLEHAY DANVILLEIEY Manufacturer of BRICKYAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnopBirrou Try me on grinding If I do not satisfy you I will not ink to again Mr James Milburn head miller for J n Raughman d Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill to- rFlour Moal Bhlprtnff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a ibare of your patronage promising to give best t me theyou bear lu mind always that I need your MORRIS FRED Prorpatronage c MccMYIJ+ + UNDBBTAKBIl EMBALMER And Dealearin SABNESS SADDLERY 0 4 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY 1s HAYST- JNDEETAKEES ALSO DUtKU is- FurnitMreMattiiiRSRtigB And Wall Paper will Furniture for all They kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY DR R GOLDSTEIN i Eye Specialist of LoulsTllle will be at St Asaph HotclStanford Monday list 37la to Feb hi l9DZ I Six days only Eyes examined and glasses IOmce What the Papers are SayIng About Hon R C Warrens Candidacy Don R 1 Warren of Stanford formally announced himself as a candidate for the democratic Congrcsalona nomination In tho Eighth district last Monday The tlrel public announce Lent of Mr Warrens Intention to become a candidate was through the Ad kocato several weeks ago As thou stated it Is the belief of many leading politicians in this portion ot the district that the next Congressman ehouU be chosen from this section and con sequently Mr Warren will receive 1 strong Indorsement by those who maintain that opinion If elected ho will make a strong effort to secure an ap propriallon for the establishment ofc National Military Park at Perry yllU and will as well fight for other meas urea desired by his constituents fh ia ngood man and well fitted for the satisfactory discharge of tha duties oC the high trust flu Is at present mas ter master commissioner of the Llncoh circuit court and Is practicing law at Stanford Ho has been county actor noy of his county and Commonwealth attorney of the judicial district Qc was at one time a candidate for State auditor Advocate S The INTERIOR JOURNAL formally an nouncca tbo lion Richard Crutcbfleld Warren as a candidate for Congress and says of him which we fully en dorse No man In the State Is bettor Oiled by nature and by training or worthier by reason of character and public service to fill and adorn this Important station than Is the subject of this notice Ho Is a sincere Christian without bigotry or cant ho Is a sound lawyer with no conception of chican cry or sharp practice be Is democrat loyal and tried and true but without narrowness or blllernees he Is an honest upright man whom no bribe could tempt nor danger deter from the dutY1Barrodsburg lion R C Warren of Stanford Is Baking a strong tight for the demo cratic nomination for Congress from tbe Eighth district to emcceud Con reesmau Gilbert Mr Warren Is at present master commissioner of LIn- coln county Is a prominent attorney mod has served both as Commonwealth mod county attorney Hois eminently fitted for the office be seeks and his friends are making strenuous efforts awards hU nomination Lexington Democrat S lIon R C Warren has formally announced as a candidate for Congress rom this the Eighth district Mr Warren la a most estimable and ouilur cd gentleman of fine legal attainments of uosullled democracy and would adorn any position In public life It Is bout Lincolns turn for the nomlna lon Dunvlllo Courier Hon U C Warren balls from our later county Lincoln U a lawyer of ecognlzed ability a man of sterling militias and exceptional character and would make a model Congressman Mt Vernon Slgoal h NOTIIIXO LEFT TO TTUX OVER lie But Im going to turn over a new luCBbeYouve done that so often that there cant be any leaves left to turn Colliers Weekly A Natural 311 take Young Poet to friendWell Charley Ive sworn off Friend enthuiititicallyIm heartily glad of it old boy and all your friend will feel the same Lets go and have a drink Young PoetDidnt I just tell you I bad sworn ofT drinking Friend disappointed You didnt say you had sworn off drinking I supposed you had sworn off writing poetry Good lyeN Y Tribune The New Year Loves harmonies flow toward him full and weet Bins wild discordant cries are past him hurled With sad glad heart and brave reluctant feet He steps upon the threshold of the world Judge Noue to Turn Over I thought you were going to turn over a new leaf John she said I was he replied but I find I cant Why not- There wont be any new leaves until spring Chicago Post Merely mi Official Norm He wished me a happy New Year The worda would have tickled me but I knew from his bearing ousters I was booked for a salary cut Chicago Record CHURCH MATTERS The protracted meeting at the Hard town Methodist church closed with 35 additionsIMarconi Roentgen and Iastcu three of the greatest scientists of today are Catholics Rov A W CODa way Is holding protracted meeting at Moroland whit U being largely attended Rev James E Wolford of Lancaster will preach at the liapllsl ohuro Sunday morning and night Tbe Rev T F Walton paitorof tbe Presbyterian church at Columbia has accepted a call to Clovcrport President Roosevelt is a blood rela live of the late Most Rev Jag Root veil Dayley ejghlh Archbishop of BalI tlmoro The Rev Wm Wlilar liatnllloi pastor of McFerrao Memorial Baplls church LouUvlllu delivered 233 ler moos and addrctiacs last year Dr Rutherford L Douglas pastor of the Presbyterian church at Nlcholai vlllc has accepted a call to the First Presbyterian church at Macon OatIA Methodist woman Mrs Stanford made the gift of all ago for educational pnrpo cs whoa she gas property worth 30000000 to Stanfon University The Cathedral of St John the DI- vine of the Episcopal church at New York will cost when complete ncar 30000000 It Is expected to bo com plated In about three years At Hopklosvllle C T Vaughn a Baptist minister was tbo victim of a- very peculiar accident While engag ed In preaching a funeral Sam Gordon another minister commenced ehoutlnj and during the paroxysm kicked Mr Vaughn on the leg fracturing the boneThe week of prayer will begin tonight at the Christian church and will be lead by Rev W E Arnold Wed nesday nights services will bo held at the Baptist church and will bo conducted by Rev S M Rankle On Thurs day night at tho Presbyterian cburcb with Rev J W Hagln In charge and Friday night at the Methodist church when all of the ministers will take partCountry churches know how to do I handsome thing Rev Dr C T Thom son winS notified on New Years daj that a deacon of Mt Horeb Presbyte clan church would come to visit him If the pastor would bo at home The said deacon was delayed but soot a friend who Is a deacon In the Christian church The visit meant a Now Year greeting from the Mt Horcb church sad the friends In the community There was a spring wagon tiled wltb bams turkey flour meal preserves etc This Is an encouraging mark ol appreciation to the pastor as he entori upon the ninth year of his pastorate with the Mt Ilorob church Lox Ilea ald Rev Thomson married Miss lies lie Pannlogton of this place Bryans Commoner The people knew the moo behind the guns nt Santiago and thay now weal to know the men behind Maolay In the navy department If not barred by the statute of limitation perhaps President Roosevelt would reprimand Col Roosevelt for bat round robin affair In Ouba Lillian Nordloa says the government owes her 13000000 but with a full knowledge of Uncle Sams slowness In paying such claims we advise her to dog for It Tbe chief difference between the Dlngloy tariff and the Payne tariff Is that the people who pay the Dlngley tax had a slight representation very lightwhen It was framed Talk about amending the conslllu Lion should be postponed until a oom mission has time to Investigate and re port whether there Is enough left of Iho document to sew a patch to WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers manthat is ho order of a womans preference Jewels form a magnet of mighty power to ho average woman Even that greatest oC all Jewels health is often ruined In ho strenuous efforts to make or lave the nnney to purchase them If a woman ril risk liar to get a coveted gam hen let bet fortify herself against tho nsiduoua consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular iso of Dr Hoscheca German It will promptly arrest consumption in its early stages heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drivA the dread lisoaso from the system It is not a ureall but it is a certain cure for ougbs colds and all bronchial troubles foilcan get Dr G G teens reliable emcdies at Pennys Drug Store Get JreonB Special Almanac Recent occurrences at Lebanon Juno tlon Ky and Paoli Ind should serves a fan ware warning to all dentists that the only plain course of safety be oro tho toothcarpenter Is following his forceps through the mouths into tbo pockets of victims Louisville Times 8100 HEWAIIO 1100 The readers of this will b pleased to learn tblt then Is at leul one dreadedthis Hut id has heeD able to cure ID all III sagas and 0017II I lixulnx the foundation of the dUeaM and 1InI- bepll Uon eat 1tingnatureIndoingittgwork The have 10 much uutln fOrjnyI drugguta1cDalll the best t CARSON PENCE JHCALKHS IN r Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand und arc sold at prices that defy competition t See our elegant line ot Lap Robes mComplete Line OiJy Ledgers Journals Day Books Blotters Etc Etc Get our prices before you buy We can save you money CRAIG HOCKER LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK It- I CAPITAL STOCK WOOOOO Directors J B Iaxton J n Owstoy S 11 Shanks J 0 Hays Ed Carter Sueessore to The Farmers stark kTrust Company and under same NllttntlOlM1ytor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCTloping such btttlncuM rotation will prove mutually beneficial Officers 8 II SHANKS President J II OWSLRV OublerI W M IIUI01ITAtst First NationalOfllomStanford Ky J 8 lOOKER Irctt Bank J J HOIIKKT9 Chr t W II WRAKKN Hkpr Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 DirectorsThis liMtltatkHi wa ortRtnnllr mtabltokMel IMMIibenIJredrLIe SUi ford Ia leas ad pin rorlparled a So T llarrb Uwrotn Oo tM Pint National I a k of SuafoH Im J 8 Hoekm Usteola On lbreptede now with h elililee fee rosiest liiC WtlneA nrompUjr and well liras ever Jt1t RI mot SHaafonl butor IB lu log and boBorabl cew r J W Hayden Stanford 8 II IhtBtmoiaB CUaford Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor T P Hill Sanford porations SolicitedJa HoMaoa usable A Chance in a Life Time The Inst big sale is goingon now at Tho Kaclcot Store I have just returned from the city whore J pu chased the entire bankrupt stock of A Schulman consisting of mans boys and childrens clothing hats and caps ladies und gouts furnishings boots und shoos etcrrhis will bo ono of the greatest solos ever attempted in the history of Stanford I Menl suits 1248 worth tt Young mens suite 3103 worth 16 Boys suits sizes 0 to 15 for OSc worth 12 and 3- Mene overcoats go at 1208 Ladles copes and jackets at 25o on the dollar I natural by Knee pants at 15o a pair 1 1 shirts for 30o U underwear for 30c i3 hats for 1115 V hate for 45c I- 71c storm rubbers for 25c Ladles and mens rubbers for Ibo t The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For sale House and Lot on Stein St Hone Surrey and Spring HaRon LumbertGood Milk Cow Ac I fontTake gills untilIexecute their functions ural agitation caused cathartics Unnat compels the liver They temporarily II cure constipation by agitating the acts on the liver cures Chills J and Fever and every form of i I j Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter r IImittlng Fevers and by going to the seat of tho L IItrouble works vent J CUfejFIFTY n r e r