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T SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1902 3 P M NO SO NEWS NOTESI The old liberty belt has been taken to the Charleston Kxpotlllon James CampUIl of Paris Icy was killed by a train at Indianapolis The McKnlght trial Is on In tbo Federal Court Ii li the fourth time The jury is being selected In the Jim Howard murder oao at Frankfort Uendnreon U Owen a woll known New York newspaper man li dead IVesldcnt Ilooacvoll entertained a bunch of labor loaders ay luncheon The eeven ycar old daughter of John Cook of Frankfort was burned to deathrSix masked men robbed too National Stock Yards flank at Host St Louis qf WOOO Gov Ay cock of North Carolina has named Feb 85 for the hanging of six white men- The safe In the potofflee at Greene burg Intl was blown and tl700 worth of stamps stolen All effort to reioue the twelve men eatembod In the Neeaueee Mleh mine have failed The Chinese court has reMrneU to Pekln the occasion having been wade a great1f m taal8 Burglars battered a iafe at Pair port 0 sad after a Agin with u night watchman teal8l An Immense toe gores In Uie river opposite South St Louis has Ml OS tram on the MUsIsilppl The population of the Untied State Uclutlve of outlying potssewlonf It I BOW estimated at 81333041 Booker T Washington says that the North Is just as much responsible for Negro problem as the South Mayor Duncan of Lexington appoint ed J Soule Smith elty assessor to sue ed Matt Foushee deceased Cory Carter a prominent oltlien of Lawrence county dropped dead and It It suspected that he was poisoned r Three armed negroes forced J F Kills a merchant In the suburb of ilopklntvllle to surrender hi cash I After holding oDIeo one day the new coroner of Marlon county got Into a wrangle with the fiscal court and re tgeedD Alderson was arrested at Franklinr charged with the assassination of Plea D Hall Saturday night He proton his Jnnooeooe Seventeen persons were killed and 40 I t Injured In a frightful wreck In the New Central tunnel under Park areoee In New York City The trial of the three men aeewted of the murder of J N Hawklos at Lex IngUHs was called yesterday zed con lloued UBtll Tuesday Franklin J MOte ones Governor of South Carolina was tent Med at New York to four month loprlMHsmeat fur the larceny of ae overcoat Marconi Ie said to be pianola a eta tloe ship la mldoeean to relay whiles I metMgo aeroM the AtUnUifand so en gage la Miamerelat buslneM Rabbi Adolph Mosee one of the roost dUtlnRultbed exponents of American reformed Judaism died of paralysis of the heart at hi home IB Louisville It Is estimated that the bulge In May wheat hat netted St Louis operators over 5000000 Corwln U Spencer winning alone amounting to 1000000 The shortage of the late City Trees urer Young will not exceed 15000 The olUclal report will be made to the mayor by the experts In a day or two The Guologloal Survey report shows that the value of the mineral product of the United States In oxecedod for the first time the billiondollar mark Hlohard F Leake a Now York City cabman secured a verdict of 81000 damages against former Secretory of the Treasury fohe G Carlisle for false arrest Harvey Logan In Jail at Knoxvlllo has been Identified as one of tbo men who robbed the Great Northern Ex- pressI Company of 140000 In Montana last July R J Cassldy detective for the State Board of Pharmacy announces that he would swear out 76 warrants against druggists for selling cocaine and opium In violation of law 111 Yeller received a letter from jfAndrew CarncRloslatlng that ho would give Paducah 123000 payable In 85000 Installments when work on the new public library begins I President Havomcyer of the Amen can Sugar Refining Company In his annual report to tho directors says tho high tarlft on raw sugar costs the con eumer 8185000000 annually t There was no quorum of the Gpobol Reward Commission at Frankfort I There Is ao apparent disposition on tbo l part of the commissioners to pay out no money for the conviction of YouUojr Attorney General Douglas of Min nesota Died In tbo supremo court of perIand Northern Pacific rail 1Northgra In the State of Mlnoe Iota 1 5 i j tmal9oxinJ D Choate a patient In a Colorado sanitarium has not tatted food for 80 days Marino lUtelllle n Negro woman died nt Uupklnavllle tit the age of 100 year Magistrate Watt Fleming the only republican nlllcer In Nicholas county diet suddenly j Charles Cobb Cresson a noted pbl laotbropUtof Philadelphia was acci dentally asphyxiated MIDDLEBURG IQltlte a number of now students wero exIDr Ross brotherinlaw of Col H U MaAntncu nod recently Irma Toxas has moved to the MeAclnch farm near MU Salem Hezeklah Lucas has a child down with the scarlet fever The little daughter of George Wotley which has been very low with the same malady Is ranch I m pro T ml at tbte writing Preparations are being made for the holding ot an old fiddlers contest at Keeoey nail within the next Mew KIdItertained Tuesday night In honor of their daughter Mr John Wesley of Perryyllle Quite a number attended and report a most onjojuble time Vlo Itn music was one of the features of the entertainment W P Wesley has bought of J W MeWhortorf Sr his lot on Race street for 1222f There Is a good barn and a well oc the lot which Is adjoining Mr Wesley Isaac Cowan has purchased the oW parsonage lot Just In the rear Of the baptist church Henry D Gilford a democrat was worn In as surveyor of Casey county Tuesday All the other dounty Ulcers are republican C D Mulllnlx who was elected surveyor on the republican ticket without opposition was unquali bed and Mr GIlTord was appointed Mr G has been county surveyor be fore and le one of the best the county over bad Your correspondent Is In receipt of a letter from E M Keeney at San Fran elseo and formerly of the 3d Cav U S A He was then undecided all to tbo future but from tellers received by his father It seems that be bad met up with a relative that was a seaman and the probabilities are he will go to tea It was Keenevs highest ambition to go to sea years before Ile was of age Mr Spurlla Sharp of near Liberty Bid Miss Clara Miller were united In marriage at the borne of Use bride IbU city Wednesday afternoon Rev J n Ferrell official The groom Is a son of exdeputy assessor Logan Sharp and a most promising young nan The bride Iii a daughter of Wm Miller Of this city Is pretty and very popular wltn her Jot of admirer who wish them a long life of prosperity and hap pines Crab Orchard The Christian church at this place Is yet without a pastor though tho of leer are making an effort to secure an acceptable coo for the present year Dr Dooros returned Wednesday from a protracted visit to his daughter at Shelbyvljle fad Oe contracted a severe cold during hie stay and was quite III for several days Rev Uruce of Danville filled the pulpit of tbo Oaptlsl church Saturday aDd Sunday morning Ho has been on gaged to serve the church the first Sunday of each month during the year Mies Jennie Payne returned Monday from a pleasant visit to friends In Liv ingston and Qarbourvlllo Mr and Mrs Elam entertained a number of Ladies Monday at their new residence on Main Street Among thorn were four lovely widows Mosdamen Rhoda Hlg gins Margaret Gormloy Kltlle Ring and Elizabeth Barker each of whom made herself especially Interesting upon such a pleasant occasion Levi Elder aud wife bavo taken pOI session of the homo vacated by W I Herrln and family The health of J S Damcron Is somewhat Improved Mile Cora Black of London Is the guest of the Misses MoWborter Mrs R H Bronaugh loft Monday for Lex ington to attend the marriage of hereon Dr James Bronaugb After a de lightful visit to her son Mr R H Bronaugh and family Mrs Mary Bro naugh left Monday for her homo near Danville Mrs Ada Carter and child ron are vlslllng the family of Mr and Mrs 0 Cover Wado and Jack Per kins aro spending a few days with friends at Bee LIck Mrs JJ Brooks was called by telegram to attend the burial of a cousin In Frankfort Mrs Sue Holmes anti grandchildren Suo Beth and George Andrew James are mingling with friends hereafter a long absence Misses Bottle Higgins and Georgia King spent several days last week In Stanford I MATRIMONIAL jS W T Vaughn and Mr Eva Hays were married at Somerset A F Kdwucds and Miss Jennie Scott of the Eat Had were made one Wednesday Miss Lily Austin and Frank Bourne both of Garrard drove to Danville and wore married W D D Hays a clever South End farmer was married yesterday to Miss Sarah Long at Reuben Curtis We ooograUilate the fine old gentleman Miss Julia Foraker youngest daugh ter of Senator and Mrs Foraker of Oblowas married In Washington Wed nesday to Francis F Walnwrlght of Philadelphia Henry McDonalr 03 ard his wife 87 of Peru fed hive separated be cause of Jealousy the wife leaving home with the remark that at the ago- of 03 a man should stop Illrtlng Tho first marriage licence Issued by the new county clerk of Garrard J A Doty was to 1Ie Elizabeth Shearer and Benjamin F Melbas of Bryant vllle who drove to Lancaster and were marriedCharley Soper and Miss Llule liar moo of Boyle eloped to Cincinnati Wednesday and were made one They Wereaeeompanled by Slice Cynthia Beck Of this place and Robert Dillebay of Danville Rev C L Klow of Webster Grove Mo who edlte a paper editorially ad view the young women of his congre gallon to propose marriage If the road continued too bashful He complains that in a membership of IMX there were only a dozen marriages lest year At Washington New Jersey a negro war veteran 71 years old wanted to celc brats the windup of the year by mar ylng a white girl aged 20 years The white girl was willing but the Jersey magistrate who was asked to perform the ceremony Uidlgnanlly refused cud a hundred citizens thereupon maltreat ed the Negro and pulled down hie house The conditions In one part of the country aro no different from those In other parts and even so strenuous and great a man as Teddy cannot make social equality or miscegenation go Harrodsburg Democrat The marriage of Miss Efllo Belle Huffman and Dr James M Bronaugb of Puroell Indian Territory was cola brated Tuesday at high noon at the resldeioe of the brides mother Mrs Jpsepb Huffman on Halt High Street Rev I J Spencer of the Central Christian church officiating Tho wedding was a very quiet one with only the members of the two families and a few Intimate friends preenlbut in all Ita details It was jHelty and showed a loving thought to make the occasion In every way a happy one The house was prettily decorated IB palms and plants a background of ibeee being arranged for the wedding ceremony Mrs gal lie Johnson Bergen played the wedding march MS the lovely bride and bride groom entered A beautiful girl she was unusually handsome In bar tray eling gown of brown cloth with pretty bat to match her bouquet of white roe es giving a bridal touch Tbo ceremo oy was a very Impressive one and was followed by the congratulations of the guests present Mr and Mrs Bro naugh left Innnedlately for Purcell where they aro to make their home In the future Tbo bride is not only a sic gularly attractive and lovable girl with sweetness of disposition and character most remarkable but Is a very talented youog musician a graduate of tbo Con servatory of Music and It Is with the deepen regret her Lexington friends too hordjpart for so distant a city Dr Brocaugh Is u Kentuckian having spent the earlier year of bis life at Crab Orchard Lincoln county but ho has been In Purcell for two years whore bo has been most successful in his profession of dentistry He has prepared a pretty home there for his bride and their friends wish them ev cry happiness there A number of beautiful wedding gifts were received from friends and relatives who thoughtfully In this way wished them Joy Among the relatives present at the ceremony were Mrs R H Bronaugh of Lincoln county Mrs Mary Dunn of Louisville Miss Paxton of Stanford Miss Annie Evans of Danville Lex ington Democrat Mr Urey Woodson National demo cratic committeeman and editor of two newspapers both dally must lookto his laurel preserves Mr W P Walton commissioner for two bous es of reform candidate for railroad commissioner and boss of three news papers all of em trlweekly Is to again devote a small portion of his largo spare talents time and money to the Lexington DemocratLou Times Worms take refuge In the small into tine whore they can easily multiply ItiiiTEa OBKAM YanjUFuaK will destroy these parasites The verdict of the peo pie tells plainly how well it has succeed ed Price 25 cents Pennys Drug Store j e JAMES B McCREARY IHON For U S SenatorI on the First Ballot last Night at Frank fort General Rejoicing at the Capi tal and Among Demo b Brats Generally Tbe following dlapawh from Mr Jet se M Alversoo who Is representing this piiixr al Frankfort gave the good new of Gov MeCrearys nomination for U S Senator ana there la general rejoicing over the Madison county staLes mans good fortune FltANKFOttT Jan 109 A M Hoc James B MoCraary was nominated for United Sunns SenatoratOtfO last night recolvlnir 62 votes to Judge James F OaotrMn 17 There Is great rejoicing here and GJV MeCraary Is being coc gralulaled by everybody J M ALVERSON This dispatch was received and poet cd at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon Smith and Wheeler have both with drawn from tbo raoe for Senator and everything points 10 Gov McCrearys success 1 M ALVERSOV IN NEIGHBORINCfcOUNTIES Pcrryvllle will have an old fiddlers contest next month Fish A Co of Paint Lick void 105 worth of cob pipes last year Kdwln B Llaney has been re ap pointed postmaster at Danville Minnie ROM little girl of Mr Tom ROM of Paint Lick BIO bedly burn ed she died Sunday night Thieves broke into John Hughes meat boue near Shelby Clay and stole 14 hams and a quarter of beef SauHey Hughe purchased of lobe E Storm the residence occupied by his parents OB Richmond Street Lanoae ter Record James Mtftde an old Inn died suddenly albJs home near Klngsvlllo of heart disease Mrs A T Horton aged 6oYU dead after u lingering IH nossMUs Annie May Yeager now of Montlccllo Mo has been declared the most bonutifiifwomnn In the Louisiana purchase Shewas formerly from Boyle county W A Reynolds of Junction City tells the Advocate that derricks have been erected on Mrs Johnsons farm two miles south of Shelby Cltv on the Hustonvlllo pike and that If oil Is not discovered In tho well at Junction City operations will be transferred to the Johnson farm The prize winners In the guessing contest on Murray S McAdams burning candle which ended Its career last night were as follows Will Sallee diamond ring worth 840 O D Walk or Lancaster gold watch worth 125 Miss Pbonbs Latlmer Parktvllle cut glass bowl worth 815 J H Walden parlor clock worth 810 J S Slavln cuff buttons worth 8350 Will SaUce gold scarf pins worth 8150 The can dIe burned 210 hours and 28 minutes REMARKABLE OURE OF CROUP A LITTLK BOYS LIVE SAVED- I have a few words to ray regarding Chamberlains Cough Cute Remedy It saved my little boys life and I feel that I cannot praise It enough I bought a bot tie from A E Steere of Goodwin 8 D and when I got home with U the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine ts directed every 10 minutes until he threw up and then I thought sure be was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings I am positive tbat If I bad not got that bottle of cough med icine my boy would not be on earth to dayJoel Demont Inwood Iowa For sale by Craig d llocber druggists Portable lamps burning oil sprayed byIthedon r i o i v=O o To I b iIf BlizzardJ Is liable to come at 1iiI t STORM OVERCOAT ll rt We have a complete stockIii of t hiIft I r THEPAYSGL AT BEt1Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Itcpllrlogl m I Your money back If youre not satisfied E jj mILLER fr fllRSCH Danville P 4 = = =Z d = i I I 9o 2 7Overcoats Witj ter Suits and ODD PANTS at Wholesale Prices for the next 30 days Buy now and get the pick Cummins S McGlary I It f2 I IJf Io C1ti jIo 1 E C WTtUTON PrcBt I R HUGHES Sec o Trena THE Central Kentucky Real Estate fxchange And Title Company asaaee mmm Doing able to advertise your property in the host ad vertising oxolmngos in the State and being in touch with tho host real estate agonoios in tho country we think that wo can put your property on tho host mar kgts and secure tho highest possible prices for you WQ therefore solicit your farms and town Iota to sell ff for you Rememberno solo no charges whatever We will rent either your farms or town property for you and collect the rents You are invited to come to our chief office which is located in the Interior Journal Building Stanford Ky and examine our list of property that we now have for sale and which wo will advertise later on s SAVE MONEY ThisiYear by Trading With Higgins S McKinneySTA- NFORDKENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming Ins plements Etc Etc Cheap For The GaisMow t- l +p r aasf S THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candl cite for Railroad Coinuliilontr for tbe 2d OUtrtct tublcct to the will of iho deinocru r OUR brother Mr W P Walton bought the Lexington Democrat Wed nosday and aesumed control at once He was the papers first editor and for six months made It a splendid publica tlon It has been Mr Waltons desire to own the Democrat for some time believing Drat that It could be made a good paying enterprise and secondly that the people of Lexington and Fay otto county are entitled to and desire a good wide a wako Simonpure deno grade paper Messrs R L Baker aod Jouett Shouso were the principal stock owners and If our brother did not Jet their holdings at a bargain we are woefully mistaken With Mr Waltoc energy ability and experience the paper should and will be uptodate In eVe cry particular and one that notonly the people of Lexington will be proud or but democrats all over the State as well No changes will be made In the reportorial force for awhile save tJat one or two good men will be added It is not Improbable that the Democr will be made an afternoon publication later on a move that seems to us would be a most judicious one Mr Waltc will continue to edit the Harrodabui Democrat dividing his time betwee the two papers SOMETHING must be wrong with the Louisville Post It has at last admitted that something good can come out of democrats and democracy Here Is part of what It says about the mes ale liThe people of Kentucky will read tbe message of Gov Beckham with more than ordinary pleasure and satisfaction The spirit of the document is the spirit of justice and the spirit of progress The Governor speaks to the represents times as the head not of a faction a section or a party but as the Govorno of the whole State Instead of echolni the political denunciation of the moun talc counties of Kentucky the Gover nor declares that he finds a most favorable condition of affairs whore the officers are doing their utmost to enforce the law and the people are beginning to see the vast riches locked in the mountains and are offering every in ducement for the Investment of capl tal As long as the lamp holds out to burn the vilest sinner may return There Is some hope for Dickey BIrd Knott yet it seems EDITOR COOK of the Methodist Advocate Journal Northern deserve something severer than a scathing resolution patsed by a Tennessee camp o Confederate Veterans for attacking the Daughters of the Confederacy charg lag that they are teaching treason andI comparing their teachings to those of Emma Goldman and Herr Most A good kicking well administered would bo a suitable dose for such a creature as this If tar and feathers could not be secured handily TUB depositors and stockholders of the new bank at West Liberty neednt think they are absolutely safe simply because the Institution was opened with prayer Prayer Is a great and good thing but a big bond for each of ficer might prove a safer guarantee to 5thosewho bold stock and deposit their money than a petition at the beginning of business SENATOR JAMES B MCCREARY we salute and congratulate you We believed all along you would win but feel lots better since you have gotten thereI j Kentucky will have representatives In the Senate when you take your seat that she will feel proud of You and Senator Blackburn are good enough torusREPRESENTATIVE KERNS bill to s establish the army canteen will cause kicking galore from those good women the W C T U members We fall to see the necessity of the canteen our selves except to make our standing army more expensive and possibly to help the makers and sellers of strong drink PUDDIN HEAD DEUOE was nomi nated for Senator by acclamation Mr Bdrelng withdrew by telegraph and Gov Bradleya name was withdrawn by Mr Worthington Now let the so called statesman from Crlttendon tlRO way back and sit down and enjoy the empty honor iOUTof 9570 due the News we have 25 cents since Monday An yet some people often wonder why J newspaper men are poor thus walls the Powell County News H i POLITICAL I After 75 ballots Miss Jennie McDon i aid of Frankfort was elected enrolling j clerk of the Senate bhnerIhim make his mark Louisville Times ItLouisvilles Representative in Con H S Irwin has be come famous He went to sleep during i the debate on the canal bill and his I colleagues for watching him couldnt listen to the speech being made The Hepburn Nicaraguan Canal Bill passed the House yesterday by a practically unanimous vote John Poland Jr of Hopklnsvl has declined to contest the election of State Senator D S Edwards A joint resolution commending t- mlrnl Schley was Introduced In the at Frankfort by Mr Weather furdIIn tho debate on the canal bill numerous members favor leaving the matI tar of selecting a route to the dentPerry Belmont was defeated for Con dlstrlctjorThe Indiana Democratic State Com mlttee elected W H OBrien of Law ronoeburg chairman to succeed Paries M Martin Richard Croker defies Mayor Sr- Low to produce evidence that Tamma halt attempted to bribe fusion aldermen In New York- J M BlcbarUson and Edward FeD nell are believed to havo more than enough votes pledged to Insure their reelection as prison commlesloners In a bill Representative Suitor or Now York proposes that the surplus In the National Treasury bo deposited In National Banks at 2 per cent Interest Representative Cooper introduced a bill providing a form of civil goner ment for the Philippines A proper and educational qualification Is requl ed of voters There are 12 teachers nine doctors and four editors In the Kentucky LeI lalature Lawyers and farmers predominate Intbo makeup of the Gener- alAssemblyThe General Is paid to be now considering th3 case of Rear Ad mlral Scbley to discover whether there was any illegality in connection with the court of inquiry President Roosevelt has consented to Admiral Schteys request to consider an appeal for a reversal of the action of Secretary Long and disapprove of the majority Judgment of tho court 01 nqulry Tho democrats of tho Maryland Legislature held their caucus at Annapolis and nominated Arthur P Goi nan for United States Senators aDd UurraylVan Diver for State treasurer Their election Is regarded as a certainty Senator George W Hlckman of Mi jean county has announced his sand lacy for Congress from the Second district The other candidates are O A Stanley and W It Howell Capt W T Ellie of Owensboro is a candldat to succeed Judge Gully In tbte court of appeals Representative Kern of Illinois member of the military committee has Introduced a bill authorizing the establishment of the army canteen He lame to have made a study of the el eats of the abolition of the canteen aDd says that the health of the soldiers emands the canteen A former minister of the Gospel who was for ten years a missionary In Japai Is now a lawyer and President of the Kentucky Sonata la this a case or illlng off or of growth in grace In either case he Is from the eeculai olnt of view the right man in the Ight place Louisville Times The debate on the Nlcarauguan Ca Dal Bill was opened by Mr Hepburn In the House He was on the floor for two hours during most of which time he was besieged with questions regard Inlr the offer made by the Panama Canal Company to eell Its property and rights on the Isthmus to thb United tales for 110000 In the course of his invocation In the U chapinaccomplished men who send forth re porte of the proceedings Among the oldest Senators and of the body It was noted that this was the first time- In the history of the Senate that the reporters and correspondents were ever prayed for In the U S Senate The creation of another assistant postmaster generalship to have charge of the free city and delivery aer- vice Is contemplated in a bill shortly to be introduced in the House by Rep jsenlallve Watson of Indiana The proposed legislation la the result of the vast growth of the rural delivery ser vice in the cities will involve an ag negate cost of over 30000000 during the next fiscal year THIS AND THAT R L Porter a eubatantlal Rockcaatlo COUDty man died this week The foundation for the new Baptist church at Burksvllle Is now being laid The wife of Wm Nunn a Barren county farmer burned to death In her homeThe American cyclist won 837000 In- his victory over the Australian riders atMelbourneJ of Durham N C has ordered a costly bronze statue of Mc Innley to be erected in Durham Capt S F Rock of the Richmond Register has retired the plant having been leased by Messrs Clyde Hart and T Hood Little B F Williams entered suit in Chi- cairo yesterday against Alexander Dowie and several of his followers lot 150000 for alleged conspiracy to alienate the affections of Willlama wife At tbo residence of Dr J T Price a- brother of the bride Miss Minerva Price a very bright and attractive younJr lady and S F Brown a rising younlt attorney were made ono Wed nesdlY afternoon Mt Vernon Signal ADDITIONAL LOCAL SPRING Glnghrtm und Embroideries juetopenetK John P Junes WATCH Charles Wheelers ad next eerie An interesting cbaoJe came too late for this edition iBuy your coal while theroads are good This pretty weather will not last always J H Bttuchman k Co IMRS P E KBMI ehesto sell at private sale her household and leHcben furniture at the residence of T M Pennlngton Fort the first tlmtII1r1 the INTBRIOR JOURNAL appears without an ad of the Louisville Store The paper hardly looks like Itself MORB FlDDUS ATyree of Brodhead writes that he will give an old fiddlers contest at Albright IIall that place on Tuesday night let Noticehavesold to George- Weatherford D of Himonvllle all told Mock whisky I had 66 barrels There U no one else In Lincoln COUDty who has ary U C MocC 5t- BSAZLEBUTS Embry T Boacli ono of our best business stung mpn has bought of CyrUS Gover hie under taking business at Danville and will take charge at once Mr JC McC ry Is assisting him Invoice the stock YOUR stock column Is worth many times the price you charge for the I J said a Boyle county farmer to UII at Junction City the other day as he dropped a sliver dollar Into our colter Send tho paper along until I die and then see that my widow gets Itto be added candidate for county 001 ees four years hence are being talked aL For goodness sake let politics alooe for a few short months and devote more time to business If election came very 10 years Instead of every Novet ier our people generally would be far better oil No IIITCllINU POSTS Ttie jliJgmeDt of the Mercer Circuit Court In the calo of Meroer county against me city of Iarrud burg was affirmed by the Court of Appeals The olty authorities on recommendation of the Board of Health In 1000 abolished a hlteblngpon In the town on Courthouse square Tbe own marshal removed the post at nigh aDd the oily sought to enjoin the ooui ty from putting It In again The lower court sustained the olty AS will be seen from the advertise sent elsewhere Stanford has a real as ate exchange and title company The entlemen at the bead of this new et erprlee are Messrs Logan R Hughes the wellknown young attorney and E C Walton of this paper The nam of the concern IB The Central Kei ucky Real Estate Exchange anti Title Co and tu place of business Is In the INTERIOR JOURNAL building Read the advertisement carefully and If you have property of any kind for sale or rent call at the companys oQIce or write them and prompt attention will be given As will bo seen from thel rospectus no charges whatever will be made unless sale or rents are made T WELCOME TO MK WALTONIMr- r P Walton who was the first edl- tor of The Morning Democrat and who- had charge of It during the first month of Its existence has reentered the Lox In gion newspaper field by purchasing a ntrolllng Interest In the company that publishes the paper and again as mlng charge of It Mr Walton has purchased a home and with his lfe- and family moved to Lexington and- The Morning Herald welcomes him- both as a citizen and a newspaper man- He has had a long and varied career a- tho editor of a newspaper has won the elteem and respect of those among wbom ho has lived the longest and durlnjl his previous management of- The Democrat won the kindly conild eratlon of those who came in contact wltn him We are glad to welcome Mr Walton to his new duties and hope- that our relations with him In the future will be as pleasant as they have been in the past and shall be glad to be of service to him in any wayEdlt- orral Lexington Herald Disease and danger lola4 vital or- Kans The blood becomes vitiated and the general health is undermined whenever the stomach and liver fail to perform tllelr functions as nature intended HER DINE will tone up the stomach regulate the liver where other preparations only relieve Price 60 cents Pennys Drug- Store There are now 20 producing oil wells In the Bath county tielda and extensive orations are being planned by sever al companies The oil strike in Knox county has attracted many prospectors to that field Jim Mays colored attempted to assault a prominent young white girl In aeblngton county was beaten sense les by her brothers and will die- T The golden jublllcc celebration of- his admission to the priesthood was lebrated by the Rev Father Peter DeFralDe at Lebanon The district attorney at New Yorjc City has begun an Investigation tollx- Lhe responsibility for tbe terrible tunnel wreck LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J S Goode bought of A W Bueh wean 22 sheep at 1275- J H Thompson has bought tho J L McCarloy farm of 430 acres at 82160 Dr Hugh Reid bought ol Reid k AI len of the West End 20 yearlings at 121 FOR SALE 500 bales millet hay at ISo per hundred J H Boone k Co Stanford Ky Henry Hart ono of tho beet koown bookmakers in the country committed suicide In San Francisco M S Baugbraan told a car load 01 two yearold mules In Atlanta at 8i87f J T Kmbry sold a load of sarno ni 8 11 St Simon IB now 20 years of age 8Dd hiss too It 3000 All told his direct progeny has won the fabulous sum of 12600000 Pun SALB 00 ewoi JO of thorn pure Soulhdowns ihreo years old comlnlr Spring due to lamb Feb 1 T A RI kip Lancaster Ky Tbe farm of the late W T DurhllDJ near Mlddleburg wa sold by Maltor Commissioner James Glbouoy Jamel Glboncy was tho purchaser for 1340 E J Thlsler told nls mill on DIx diver to Mr S J Balloy for 810000 tbo latter farm of 200 acres near Pleasant Hill to go In at 10 Balley has sold a half Interest In tbo mill to J T Lair for 5000 Harrodsbu DemocratT of Hedgevllle who has 150 owes has engaged his lambel for next season to J C Jobnitone to 30 delivered June 20 at Co Tbomas Doram has sold his farm of S3 acre near Hedgevlllc to Richard Aloxt Ier at 8i1Advocate Auctioneer S M Campbell reporle bout 100 cattlo hero Monday with the market mean Ho sold 10 long yearling steers at 28 three yearling steere it 124 76 cow and calf 130 two aled naves 1M and SiS 50 horse 5660 pit flare 2375 Not a large crowd for January court hnd all left town early larrodsbure Democrat KINGSVILLE Wed vote for Hon It C Warren If- wa Gould Mr Barbara Rogers aDd aaghterMn Milford Smith and baby b ave moved to Wayne county Aunt Amelia Wilson colored has moved to- her former home here ExSheriff S M Owens was here Pr day Mrs Dr B G Allen of Sornei let U the guest of her mother Mr n C Pennybacker Operator Crolghto was called to Danville Tuesday as cut ltitute to Agent Hatter Mr Wm Mi Inter lion the sick list at Hotel Pet nybackerGold been found on Mr Fran k owards farm northeast of Waynei burll and on D M Crelghlona fata IIlher mine Wo are very glad its III- vcr being good democrats The matter lc to be thoroughly Investigated aDtI tbe South End may become tbe Mecc of old Lincoln yet- JMMcCarlyour popular morcbani aDd Miss Gertie Leach pretty and at active left on the midnight train Saturday for Chattanooga where It I ippoded they were married Gran reparations aro being made for the ar the bridal Tho boys cbarlIvDrlJ H Carson of near McKlnney wal here last week on business Mrs Dr J W Aetna hat as her guests her andmoiner Mre Johnson of Dear StI1Dford and deter Miss Ophelli Gooch of O K Miss Anna McKeo Ie maklDg up a subscription school Mlu- Ella Chovoleilo is convalescing after aeyeral weeks Illness Henry Ronllni Is preparing to leave for Oklahoma whore bo will locate near his father Wm Routine GOV Bockhams Excellent Mes sage in a Nut Shell He urges retrenchment in expend tures to avoid Increase in tax rate Reviews and approves work of State Board of Prison Commissioners Recommend thorough invesllgalloi aDd reform in expenditures too eleo wynary Institutions Advises that theso Institutions be inaged by a commission as the prison are managed Suggests a law providing a system of uniform text books Endorses appeal of State College at ixlngion and State Normal Schoo for Colored Persons at Frankfort for- larlter financial assistance Calls attention to recommendation tlf the head of the State Military De partmentUr localities bo required to- care for their own pauper Idiots Roooimcnda an appropriation for- new State buildings Wants a graduated license tax on business of nonresident corporations not paying franchise lax- pprovessuggestlon of appropriation to enable the State to be represented at Louisiana Purchase Exposition For family uaelnnumberleeojvajs BAL LBD SNOW LINIJIENT is a useful and valuablo remedy Price 25 and CO cents leonl8 Drug Sto- re2YearOldA Heifer IIIl1clc camo to my place noiae day ago- Ownor can get her by paying for hot keep- aud thlt notice II D HOLTZOLAW Crab Orchard A Chance in a Life Time AI Tim last big sale is going on now at The Racket Store I have just returned city where I pu chased the entire bnnlruptI stockof A Schulman consisting of mens boys nnd childrens clothing hats and caps r l ladies and gents furnishings boots and shoos etc This will bo one of the greatest stiles ever attempted in tho history of Stanford 1 Mens suits 248 worth tO Young mens stilu 11 worthI Hoys lulls 810S 0 to 16 lor USa worth 12 and 3- Mens overoonta go nt J2 OS Ladles cape ROIl Jaukels at 26o on the dollar 1 Knee pants at 16o a pair U shirt for 390 U underwear for IWIcJf3 hatd for sth II hate for 460Iill etorin rubbers for 96o and n rubber for lk The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor rot sale Houw and Lot on MIn St Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber Good Milk CW Ac Vlsit S Uce kC Cue ters eieXry Store Stanford Kentucky if you want anything in thy Jewelry liner Tho goods are all uptodate The prices low when you consider the quality nodIt whatWhatever To Strike Oil call at Tit UARLfS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY Our stock is complete in every senile Prices sire below tho Trenton Rock where the oil is found Our Shoo Stock equals that of any city at 25 per cent lower prices 20 years experience insures this In ample time our stock of Holiday Goods f will bo open for yow inspection Wo keep every i thiifg found in a general line Como and save your oil in winter goods We guarantee no dust ors or watered stoc- kCHARLES WHEELER Our Line ofd Groceries HarawareChinawaret t Queonsware Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete The best selected line that could be hail is now on Display I GEORGE H PARRIS A CO W B McRQBERTSj I Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at Very Rea sonable PricesrOPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KYII Complete Line Old Ledgers Journals Day- Books i Blotters I Etc Etc Get our prices before you buy We can save you money CRAIG HOCKER r y S uTaof 8 y j y S 0 r 00 0 u0 e 0500 0 I I rDANVILLE KENTUCKY I illl ill L h VVHIT SL r1 We will begin our annual January SalelJ of Linen and White Goods Embroideries and Laces oneTHURSDAY JANY 9th of and will continue it nil during the month We began a months ago to gather up specials to offer in this 1 sale and it iH to the interest of every buyer in visiting distance to attend I Housekeeping Linens In this lino is included Table Linens Napkins Crashes Towels Sheets and Sheeting Pillow Cases CotUns tic- 1Ye will show yqU about 50 now designs in Table Linen from 18e yard up to J550 yard Napkins froth 50c to 8n dolU Towels lOc and upwards Evorythingis marked at January prices We mention several very special values vise yard02inch72inch All Linen Bleached Damask line yard 58 silo All Linen Silver Bleach Napkins 125 loz 2040 Extra Fine All Linen J luck Towols horn I mod and hemstitched 25c Masonvill Lousdale and Fruit of tho LoomIBleached Cottons 7c yard I Ladies Muslin Underwear LaljesPineprice It was from a ehcrHVH sale and there was so much red tfpo business that we did not get them in time for September sale so hold them until now They are made in full sizes and in the best manner and of selected materials Toro are Gowns Skirts Corset Covers and Drawers at I all prices We are sure that each and ovary garment is onethird less than any that you will sqe and loss than you can atlbrd to imiko them yourself Embroideries Wo will have on sale over 2000 worth of New Ham burg Edges Insertions Bands and Allovcrs Every price from 5c Edges up to tho finest Match Sets in Cambric I compII I 5Cent Torchon Laces I Wo have just received over 15000 yards of Imt I Smyrna and Torchon Laces which we sell at choice for 5c yard These vary in width from 4 inch to 5 inches Quite a lot of them are all linen thre- adWhiteI f Goods While buying your Ilamburgs told Laces ask to see I LongCloths120 150 and 185 piece FeatherStitchecl Braid We have now the best ones at 10c 15c and 20c n piece ever sold anywhere Look at our line and compare with any you ever bought Cloaks We still have a good line of all length Cloaks and a good line of sizes Prices are all cut to pieces A good time to buy I t N 1 N 1 i h 0 S y i y4 fI S f j fI s S 0000 05050 u0 0050 00 o THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOHD hti JAN 10 1002 In Oiling your prescriptions wo use the right rncdlclnea In the exact propor stone and with proper care We could oat do better If yon paid us double tbe price which IB always reasonable Penny Drue Store PERSONALS MRS W O SiKKD IB convalescing JOHN SHANKS has reentered colloRc at Lexington Bolt to the wife of Will Hljjnsy a bouncing boy MISS HHLKNTilURMOKUeamc down rom Orodhead today SAM W SBVRitJtNCK left Wednesday or Chicago to enter eobool SHERIFF DACUUMAN went to An Wednesday on business Miss UBSSln DAWSON accompanied Mr O P GarvIn to Hone Cave MRS SARAH OWBNS of LhlnlCetn as boon with Mm Dr E J Drown Miss DORA DAUQHMAN has return ed from a visit to Danville relatives Miss LINDA OWSLEY la visiting her Mrs W P Walton In Lcxlng ton COL W G WKLCII Is In Philadel phia under treatment of a noted spec ialist J M ESTBS of Eubanka disposed 25 bushels of apples here yesterday at6cREV W E ARNOLD ii back from Paris whore he attended the Mission arise Rally MRS M O SADFLEY la visiting her daughter Mrs Sanford M Logan ID Mlddlosboro Miss Susie SAUNDBRS and Miller wont to Lexington today to visit Mrs J J Cornellion PR J O CAKI BNTBR went to Llv Ingston yesterday to she Dr f J C Cooper who Ie III ROHT SACKLBY and George Mane fee of Stanford were hurt Sunday Mt Veraon Signal DK WYATT L LBTCHKK and Mr 0 P Rowland of Danville paid this of flee a call yesterday ASiumooK PRANK representing the Transylvania Printing Co of Lexington was here Wednesday MR A C SINE Is at Lebanon Junc Lion working up new members for the Maooaboo lodge at that place DR O S WILLIAMS and C M Rose i tlustonvllle returned to tbe Louie vllo Dental College Wednesday MR L D OIYBNS of Qarrodsburg who cant do without It sends u money for the I J to Jan 1 1001 MR W S TEWNBY has rented J Hooker farm near Mllledgevllle as larder his paper sent to that onlceI todayG9 Do bad been In Danville on business IMRS JOliN POLLARD of Lake Washington arrived yeeterda- to visit Mr and Mr James Dudderar and other relatives here MARQARUT LEE GnvmsS Is the name of a nine pound young lady who arriv ed at the home of Prof and Mrs E L Grubbe of Shelby City the other day MRS H T BUSH has moved from her farm on tbe Stanford pike and en room at Mr George P nrl residence on East Main StDanville New IF her picture In tbe Louisville Times le a true one Mlee Grace Marie Grote said to be the handsomest woman In Indianapolis le strikingly alike Mrs Dr J G Carpenter of tble place LOCALS OLD newspapers for sale This nftlce o l REDUCED prices on lap robes J C McClary EGos are high Try Fabras Poultry Food John Bright Jr it Co SOCK some coal If you need It We wont carry a large stock this year J H Baughman Co TRIAL TOMORRGrantwho killed Charley Likens will have his examlng trial tomorrow THREE cottages one on Logan an two on Whitley Avenue for rent Four and six rooms Dr J F Peyton STOREROOM on Lancaster street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL en trance for rent Apply at this ofllce WILL tell you millet clover and tim othy hay corn carD chop ihlpstulT oats and straw Cheap for caeh J H Baughman L Co GENTLEMENWo still some sizes In fine shoes drone shirts and un derwear Look out Its your loss not to buy now John P Jones EDMISTONS purehomemade candy on sale at Tanner Sons McKlnnov J W Perrlns Stanford Cash Mo Cluroe Turneravllle Adams Drug- Store Huatonvllle W M Wheat Co Mt Salem and B B King More land T Tin room occupied by tbe Louisville Storo wont bo vacant long Messrs Adolph Hays and Moses Lovl have rented It and In the latter part of February or the firs of Match they will open an Immense stock of dry goods notions shoes etc In It The above are experienced merchants and will make a lively bid for the good trade the Louisville Store enjoyed ANOTHER lot gum boots felt boots and over shoes at H J McRoberte SEE our cook stoves with fiveyear guarantee fire back John Bright Jr Co FOR RENT Eithermytwo reel dances on West Main Street W P Walton LINCOLN countya threo banking In stitutions will elect directors next Tuesday MY house opposite Dr Cooks for EarpWlncb8eter LBTTKR heads printed end padded at 81 60 per thousand up envelopes 1126 per thousand np This olllce MONDAY is county court day Drop In to see us and start in the New Year with a olear conscience Dont forget BIO bargains In staple and fancy groceries for the year 1002 Rebate stamps given on all oath purchases J W Perrin COL J P CHANDLER the auctioneer i will tall a lot of boote shoe dry goods etc In tbe courthouse yard county court day FAREWELL W ARNINGIf all taxes on city property are not paid by Jan 20 your property will be advertised for tale L R Hughes collector COUNTING five to a family an advertisement In this paper will be placed In the band of 15000 people twice each week Now Is the time to Insert one THE INTERIOR JOURNAL and the TwlceaWcek Courier Journal for 8160 a year Our paper and Bryans Commoner for II 76 Take them all three for 12 25 YOU are expected payyour ac count at once Please do so All ac counts not paid by Jan 15th will be placed In an attorneys hands for col lection Beasley Bros TUB following Ironbig heart ed and big bodlel Henry Garteu of Bradfordsville is calculated to make the editor feel good Find enclosed paperIALL claims against tbe city of Stan furl must be tiled with the finance com mince Councilmen M D Qlmore and Cicero Reynolds three days before each regular meeting of the city coun all L R Hughes clerk 3t ths0 TERIOR JOURNAL Hadnt you better likewisedINTERIOR JOURNALS for 81 MRS MATTIE MCROBERTS widow of Dr O P McRoberts formerly of this place has been appointed postmaster resignedyand will give general satisfaction GOING BorstA P Goodin president of the Central OH d Gas Co of Lexington la here with an oil pert looking for a location to bore compaosed around WK here heretofore considered th Danville News both a truthful and re liable paper but that dispatch sent from Frankfort on Dec 7 stating that Jerrold D Simms bad been elected speaker is calculated to shake our con fldenco In Brer Llllarde paper To THE PEN The herlff of Whit ley county took John and Charles oho t well to Frankfort this morning to servo life sentences In the penitentiary for killing a man named Sutton at Corbla They were here for safekeeping pond ing the Court of Appeals decision W H MUELLER the ewolerbeglns e this Issue with a standing advertise mont which you should make your bus- Iness to read each Issue Besides being shotsaa band at all tlmesa fine selection of every thing In the jewelry line THE old fiddlers contest at McKln ney on Friday night of next week promises to be a crackerjack A prize of 810 In gold will be given the winner and 85 to the second best The per formance will be opened by Richards Bros two musical prodigies aged 11 and 13 Go and have a good time Ad mission 25 and 35c AS stated In our leer Issue tbo Lou Isvlllo Store la no longer a Stanford on terprise Mr Max Salinger who has virtually owned tbe store during Us career of 13 years hero toile us that the Wetness has always been a paying ooo and that the closing of the Stanford branch Is done In order that ho may centralize his Interests Ho jointly owns a dozen or eo stores and the bard work he experiences In looking after them Is telling on his health Mr Sal lager Is a fine business man pleasant to do business with and asetralghi as shingle In his dealings Ho has been splendid patron and friend of the IN TERIOR JOURNAL which hereby aCt knowledges Its thanks both for the bus loose and courtesies hoe received a the clever gentlemans hands i WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 Aa willsellNtYearineas relations pleasant and mutually profitable Fancy find Staple Groceries Glassware Queonswarc Shelf and Heavy Hardware Nails Wire of allI kinds Economist liunge Cook and Heating Stoves Etc Also Cook Stoves with fmleitructable fire back Salt Lime Cement Clever Tlmo- olhy qulikdelivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO A8 P t i9 ftJ t tQAA firaalIv 1OfI v1fJai 1 I 0 Ut ai rj r NEW HATSIQ Spring Shipment and JJ Spring Styles + H t1 1 Newest Things Out i p w4 vLine of Stetsons goods always in stock J- JM cant1W t1fJ r 8 H J McROBERTS J5tii s qi514c45Ap k wafJ1prIt v yjvvL vvV5 f v It t v in neIiw m I I REMNANTS I air 6 fiIVe1ad1Ce t1S I Ie eM1 Ed 11 THhNKSUIFor year and with assurances that I fair and courteous treatment the best goods at the very lowest prices will always be found at this store I solicit a continuance of your patronage during 1902 JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE Next Great Auction Sale of FINE HORSES Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky tt February 6 7 aqd 8 1902 Sale limited to 300 horsesnot how many moreagood horses of any kind to I letlus know at once FARRIS DENNY Danville Ky H cT 1rHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the poit ojflce at Stanford at twmldan matltr pppl tah5usav and rz1eSCLVtI- T 1 PERYEAR CASH 017 Whin not lopstdfflaQO will bechsrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION No II TraIn going North ILMam o26n u 2I8mNo is South hk50am- No is 1252 p m For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No I IrtTM Stanford it 1110 No rtlirt lSUnforJ 115 III Not leans Stanford L 256pto R A JONESDENTIST J tanfordKY neLru Office over lligzins d McKinneyi Stet Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mills J O McKINNEY Prop MoKiuaoy w S9Makeand keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Meal SblpstutT Bran Ohio en Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Ow torn grinding a specialty D V Kenneth Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stanford and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stanford In gross and land with exception of a few acres considered thin lane Sufficient stock water and some good fenc ing timber though no dwelling only a coi n crib It Is a very desirable little place WIl soil at f25 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY J Successors toT D Bright J Co Will hold on February 2S 1903 a big JAOK SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be of Nothing but firstclass jacks 1eollclledi ILL RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a CaU NEW LIVERY STABLE 11SW BTOSE t SJiT Pron JUNCTION CITY KY r I Flnt Cla ft Tarnoats at Reasonable Rates Special AUeatttM to Traveling Men Grata and flay ForSale a Vitae Ore Do you know what It is If not It wiU pay you to learn which can do by a watching the future columns of this pa par or addressing TPEO NOEL Geolo gist Chicago I 1 or N H Boots Agt Markibury K- yMason HotelMRS ti D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster r Kentucky t Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every ling first class Porters all trains 89 4meet POSTEDT- he following persons have their lands w pouted and they will punish to the full extent of the law any person or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tres passing on them W Iloone O D Poona J1IO A IMoasants O P Xewland II V Newland W O HIgfflna 0 L Grow E P Woods J R Bruce Oeo D hopper- S II Ilaughman K 0 Hocker J B Rocker A S Broaddus Mrs Jlol White J W Ilaughman J W Adams S T Karris W P Tate Joseph Ballou Jlol Adams J 0p T A Rice MIssMaryPeppks Walter W Warren M F Lawrence W E Amon J B Foster l Ernest Ullmann David Stephens f Aaron Ball Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In Bratclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can havo your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OKEKB Stanford Ky A S PRICE Dentist Stanford Ky r Offlocow UcBcerttDrur Store la th Owile ilulldlig Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional lank of Hnstonvllle will be held nt their banking house In Hustonvlllo the 2nd 19M between 0 and 11 Tuesday In Jpnuary A M for the purpose of electing director UJ sene the ensuing ear J w UOOKER Cashier FOR SALE My residence property In MoKlnney lies Ide nee has six rooms two porches veranda In front and there are all necessary out buildings A bargain for cash- J H VANUOOK MoKlnney Ky Small Farm For Sale Situated nenr Ioytons Woll contain about SO acres and Is now occupied by Sam uel Illshop line fair house of 4 rooms and the outbuildings are In good repair Spring and well both close to house Is In a good state of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow 15 acres in wheat 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms S cash balance land S years COLUMBUS IU8I101 Shelby City Ky IJ H BOONS 1CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STRIIFORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 09 RDLLEHAY DANVILIEXY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement ooWrite For Prices 1+ G+ MccbMY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Doalcarln HABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEYHAYS TJNDEETAKSES 1LSO DKALKU IS FurnHurcMatUnE8Rng8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St A ssph HotclStanfor- dUj fan iUio At 1st1903 91 Six days only Eyes examined and sclentlfically adjested I Office hours 9 a m to 4 p m IHUBULE a carload of Jack Yakey has returned from hi visit to his children In Indiana Tho Christian church hero has em ployed Hro Mooro again this year G A Swlnebroad and Georgo Wood sold some iboaU to Sweeney Morgan at 5c Dr fickle has opened up a sprlnjr school with a splendid attendance abide fair to bo a successful term Mrs Geo Wood has been on the slok list for a few days Albert nudson has returned from a prospecting trip to Oklaboma and Kansas Wo all regret o bear of the death of young Mr Wright our merchant at IcdEOvllle Uo wa a nice young man and liked by all his acquaintances George Wood sold J J Walkor Borne nice 700 pound yearlings at 4Jc E T Minor shipped his mules to Atlanta Saturday to K L Hubble Garrott Wood has sold his corn delivered In Janvlllo at 83 35 L G Hubblo writes us that the cold weather In New Mexico was too plncb log on old baohelors and ho has Irone back to Texas 0 M Adams has moved across tho river to his Smith prop arty Ws regret his leaving as ho Isa good citizen in every sense of tbe word WHAT Quit SCHOOLS CosTKen uoky pays an enormous amount to each her young ideas bow to eho During the last fiscal year she paid 1460600 Of this amount county su erlntondenta received 878500 or all average of 1 000 The average cost for caching was to 60 for whlto and 1140- for colorod pupils The tax levied In counties to supplement teachers salar- Ies was 174000 Private stibscrlptlot to teachers amounted to 115000 Dur- Ing the year 7000 teachers taught tbe white schools and 120 In the colored schools Tbo total census enrollment of white children was 520000 anlL of colored children 75000 There Is no ccuse for any of them to grow up I1 jrant Harrodsburg Democrat OLDBST TRIPLETS IN THE WORLD The three A F YsAlmoro Frankfort Young and Almond Frank IIn Young of Monmoutb 111 and Mlu dolla Frances Young of Chicago tbe oldest known triplets in the world held a reunion on Jan I 1902 at tbe ono of their sister Mrs Lillian Roc buck of Chicago So far as we are- able to learn no other triplets lived past the age of 21 says Miss Young We were born on May 14 1857 at Mncbester Ind and all lived at tbe family home until we were 17 After- tho death of my mother my brother moved to Monmouth while I came to- live with my sister We were alan known as the A F Ysp a a A GOOD BECOMMENDATION hI have noticed that the sale on Chan rlains Stomach and Liver Tablets amolt Invariably to those who have once- uled them says Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa Whit bettor recommendation could any dicico have than for people to call for it when again In need of sueh a remedy- Try them win u you feel dull after eating hon you have a bad taste in your moulh- teel bilious have no appetite or when troublCtI with constipation and you are- certain to be delighted with the plompt- relief which they afford For sale by CrLlg do Ilocker druggists Speaking ofquaint epitaphs said an undertaker reminds me of one 1 recently saw in the Sleepy follow Cemetery Tarrytowo It Is rudely en raved on a little marble stone over a- mound covered with bramble Iireads II follows Here lies the body of little Jane- Who ran out slyly and played In the rain Sho caught the mea le8 and It struck Inside- And In less than four short weeks cho died non R C Warren of Stanford has announced himself a candidate for Can- grels In the Eighth Congressional district subject to the action of the demo- ocratlo party Dick Warren hue done- more hard work for his party wltbout- roward than any man wo know of and be deserves anything the democrats can give him We sincerely bopo ho will Ret there and stay there London Democrat I CHURCH MATTERS I Rev Luolen Noel of Danville b38 accepted a call as pastor of a ohurc at Howard Kan Dr W C Roberts pro ld8tf of Cell tral University will preach at tho Presbyterian church Sunday mornln at 11 oclock rho court of appeals decides that tbe Broadway Christian ohuroh ot Loxln ton must pay taxes on IU parson which is not occupied by the pastor of the congregation but Is rented The Rev PA Gllllam was unanl mously called for another year at the Christian church at Mlddleburg T- Rey W It Davidson has been called to tho pastorate of tho Baptist ohurcb at KlDjsvllla At a meeting of Free Motbodlqls at Verona Canada one of the brethren declared be cou d fly and proceeded to demonstrate his power lie launch d Into space and his head came in contact with a largo coal oil lamp Tbo lamp fell on the lloor and the oil lInlt cd At ono time live men and tbree women were on Ore and live out of tbe eight wore seriously burned Tho flames spread and caused a panlo A number were seriously Injured in tbe stampede AN ATTAUKV1Ui0NWAIIDED I Some time ago my daughter oaugh a severe cold She complained of pains l her chest and had a bed oough I gava her Chamberlains Cough Honrnlr ao coidlng to directions and In two daysi- was well amiable to Fo to school I hne used this remedy in my family for the past seven years and have nwor known It to fall sale James irendereast mer ibant Annato hay Jamaica WMI India Glands The palm In tho cheat Indicated to approaching attack of pnoutuon which in this Instance was undoubted warded oil byChamberalns Cough Item dy It counteracts any tendency of a old toward pneumonia For tale by Craig AIIockcr druggists 1 Among United States govornme receipts this year are 2006000 from the sale of public land 176000 from enaltles collected for depredations on ubllc lands and 2KJ000 collected Irom the tax on sealskins n liDo you believe In Jocg enga e nanteyInquired the Boston matron Well I never gave that much bought replied the Chicago matron but I cant say that I believe In Ion larrlagcs An attractive woman thrives on good tood and sunshine with plenty of axes hem the open air Her form gloi with health and her face blooms with beauly When troubled with a costly habttIhe takea a few dosos of Ih1HDIE to cleanse her system of all Impurltlt rice 50 cents Pennys Drug Store Grasshoppers are BO great a plait at lay New South Wales that tbll1 obcure all the street Uujps at night avlog the town In total darkue0s y Praise the bridge tbal tarries you over Itbera flood or cough IlAUaHh oiuiiiofSD Srncr has brougbt so mSI- Ioer throat and thug troubles atah s ugbs colds bronchi e eta that he raters are sung everywhere Prlia 91 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Storey Sq The fret ally Incorporated in this untry with a charter and privilege WILS New York wblah was granted its papers In 1001 y TAHLEltS IkCKBYB 1UB Ourhas- been thoroughly tested for many Iears- and Is a polllve euro for this most dillt- rOHlI01g and embarrassing tf troubles 1rlce 50 cents In bottloj Tubes 75 cents lennys Djug SioreiAfter a two years toes of an aulomo bllo for army use In Ausirla there was a saving of over 12015 Over the conveyances drawn by horses +f100 11EWAIIU 1100 Tha readers of this psp r will U pl to learnt then i st lean ont dreaded discs that set tDt has been sM to cure In all Its itantaml Lure Is ti only tbt U Caurrh Uslls Cstsnh atlr run known to the medical IrttcrDlty rrhbtlDK a eoattllutloitl diseeralulm a tilutloDil trMtmcnL llslls Catarrh cure 1- 0tbn tntcrnillr aeilrg directly upon the Wood aud mucous surfaces of the stem giving the fouodstlon of tb dlictM aDd pstlent strength h7 building up the coolllu doing Its work T e- proprleton lion hagsotauchbllh In IU nlullrep- owen tber offer tini llnndnd Dollar for DT CM that It tails to cur Send lor list of ktI- lmomlt AdJra tl CIlENFa A CO Toledo 0 Sold b drotau 75c Ualll Family Illis ar the best CARSON PENCE DEALEIIS IN f Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck i boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition eeiour elegant line ot Lap Robes I Y S e LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ee CAPITAL STOCI SSOOOO Directors J R Paten J R Owttey S hi Skanka J 0 Hay Bd Carter suooeaort to The Partner tank k Trust Company nun ender same Hagoiatnt eon tinseoly for yra We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT hoping such badness rotation will prove mutually beneSolnl First National StanfordB Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This institution was originally elabllhed as the tank of la 1W then reorganlied as the National Hank of Stanford In toes sad again reorganlioit ai the Inlet National hank of Stanford In isle having bad practically an uninter rupted enhteixf for 41 Venn It It hotter supplied now with facilities for trnaeact leg promptly and well thR ever before In Its long honorable rarer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor I poratlons Solicited n f2 QntTake Pills 1f9 Uhr but regular action be secureJ the atheir enough bile tic lntr jtnS 1 ural agltaticmlcausedbyfcatiiartu compels AnJ the ir the form nttr PER DOTTLI j ++HH + 11111111 114+ RUBBER DOCTOR Iif HE home n Hot Water Bottle link that something which may be needed any hour of the day or A soft bag that applies host as nothing else can Well will keep warm for hours HEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes tho circulation relaxes and the nerves With a hot water you can have heat at its belt No scorching and a i even temperature other are made M they should beof finest Para rubber with reinforced seams Allelics and every size at a barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky ++ M H i HHHrKHiH ++ Officers S U Sh IHMMOI j n owautvOatbtar w M tiitinirrAwt J OfficersIJ S HOOK Kit Irest J J McUOBRUTS W IL WBAHRN llk- prDirectors V ItflW Unwrtn Oo t B T llarrtt LlHcoln Oo J 8 MnoiUrt On I W P Walton Ur oln On J U OpInr Crab Orchard M I Blmore HUnfortl J W IIay4en Stanford 9 11 Baugbaan Stanford T I11111 Stanford JM ItoMaton HulWw ITbowels cannot until liver secretes to make execute natural function Unnat t Inrl3slOg to attain results on Chills eads of I of thoJI r FIFTY CENTS j A without night yielding rubber wrapped muscles soothes bottle steady Those we Hooker JliveryT I wish to sell dly livery sMH4a + at McoKlnney and wilt make tIle right ta the Bayer Ala hiring a good trade but dent business Write or sail fist little near JOIN COUITHII MsKlnney Ky COAL I have deatdml to resMln at Rowland this winter and coflUiHK In the seal badness I am letter prepared than ever to handle ssal and soltett a torUon of your axe I handle tb best Rrsde of 1 iaU T L H1IKITON Rowland trolJIA M Lancaster Ky OReee hU services m a lbe people of Atiotionoor IJnnolH Oownty IU J will tl neyou boh In wofK and prim Write to list Stockholders Meeting t A tMOtteR of the torkbold n of UM 1AA oln Oovoty NmkMMl Itaak ol HMntortt will ee held at their 111 het the MoI8aC TtllII1t4Iar k January 11Ms for the twrtoa- if IeNag 41 fJFKRM FOR SALE IIlontalnlni 1M arrnc two mllosth of rsUKlnnny on MliltllobUrg ITS acres order fence and IMacnw cleared Ilan two a welllDcs with neexMry ouUtulldlng tooth and well watered Can be told In two recta of about e Ual amount or as a whole For further Information call on or addreMi J 8 HOIIIRV McKinney Ky Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First atonal tank of Stanford will be held at their house the second In electngIlreetore t Jolts J IloftOIIEKT Cashier I FARM FOR SALE 207 Acros In Proaoh orsvllloi Incoln Co Ky 9 miles from Stanford 8 mUM from Lancaster on tho Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike 4 good dwellings r rolls and cistern good ponds plenty an1 tall timber for fencing Well to stock raising Will divide It otllOttiK farm or soil as a whole A splendid Itllin Stint W V Ativvr ED WILKINSON Tonsorial ArtisttSTANFORD KY SSTSpIendld Bath Room in Connection H I ar