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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 e t SEMI=WIEflKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 219029 A M NO 77 t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Small sax has broken out at Dram field Maalton county Miss Nannie Smith was found dead at her home at Harrcdiburp Electricity bat taken tbe place ol mulct OD the etreet car lines In Win 1 Chester John Fletcber Vaucbt of Puhtkl was shot In tho Ic by bit von wblle 4boatingWilliam Rader got 21 year at Oy den Leslie county fur tho murder of hit brother A postoBIco has been established at Neatsburff AdaIr county with John A Curry as postmaster GT helm chief of police of Dan ville while bunting In Tcnncneo wan by a bono and three ribs wero brokeaj 800 care were moved by the Q 1k Somerset and Oakdalo one night last week Thus was a record breaker Jon Hondrlukion wanted in Dell county for killing old nun Baker two years ego his been arrested at hills boro Di- William W Miller a member of the Orphan Brigade died at the Confeder ate Rome llo was a native of Louie J vlllo and an old citizen Edward Long of Lexington aged 78 a member of OeD John Q Morgan command during tbo Civil War died there of kidney trouble Norman the Ialnt Lick Negro dwarf was born In liDS and there lore has tbe distinction of having lived In three centurletMt Vernon Signal Mr Stephen Dutborage who lives on Brush creek Hell county gave birth to triplets two boys and one girl Mother and children all doing well Mrs W M Aihby of Mercer county died suddenly on board a train near t Salvlsa She had tuberculosis and had started for North Carolina for her health Sheriff Chloe of Mercer captured Thomai Gabbard near Huilonvlllo acd placed him In jilt at Darrodiburg Gabbard It under Indictment for grand larceocy Tbo senior class of Center Coilgo this year numbers 40 young men the largest graduating class In many year The present enrollment li also the largest la recent year R D Mallone Road Matter travels on an average of 3000 mile a month This be has done for over 15 year In that time ho has been Injured but once J Thli speaks welt for tbo safety of tr- nielt can oa the Q It 0 Somerset Republi Preacher usually like brevity In everybody else but one of thorn got It short the other day when the fellow that was going to bo dropped Into eter ally from the scaffold turned to his spiritual adviser and with a parting r nod laid Ill see you latorooRar rcdiburg Democrat- D O Clauncb of Mercer countyibot l Rt a squirrel which was running along a rook fence Inilead of hitting the squirrel the contents of tbo gun took effect la the bosom of Robert Clauncb his son who had at that moment ape peared on the scone without his father being aware of the fact Tbe young laB wore heavy clothing and It not so rloaily wounded d IB a towa lust 10 miles from Hatreds burg thero lee merchant who does and has been doing for some years a splendid business Three years since his wife who has been of considerable help to him as a clerk decided to sur prise him She began to hold out un known to her spouse 60 cents and 11 at a time from some sales and depoelt It for sate keeping In an old sack A few days ago thinking she had treasured wbatlahei t to store open I hadkeptknow she bad taken from cash drawer a single cent Thills not told to encourage such practices on the part of clerks wbo may bo disposed to increase their salaries thereby but Is given as- a nows Item Harrodiburg Herald THE OLD RELIABLE 14 pg4 bAKIG POWDER Allsorfali1iP 1N 7HEItEIS NO SUISTITUTE BRODHEAD Rev Jaiper Llviocston Oiled his ap polonium here Sunday and Sunday nghl Mr Jsmed Albright and ion W U crowdlorchurch last Sunday nod report a nice- trip Robert Flicks nod wife hard In their homo a very precious treasure that they call Susie Nell and now Mr Lar kin Dick and Rev Pike are both call ed grandpa Toe Brodhead Baptist Sunday school with Bro John Cherry an superinten dent 1000 that any christian could be proud of and It owes much of its prosperity to the efficient work of A E Albright Wo bavo two other Sue day schools In town tbat aro doing I good work and we hope that some of the schools can and will roach a num ber of bol who loaf around tho depot on Sunday morning Mrs Peracdcr Ulatt pild Mn Qutcbluon a visit this weuk Dr E J Drown of Stanford spent a fee days In this section paving professional vii Its and hunting quail fugue Phillips was with ui Thursday Mn Katie Ow em bi boon IdoaIn James Ow one She It looking well Young Mr Cleoo Cubit who has been at homo for a taw day oc ttooouol of itcknef has Improved and has returned to Lexington and entered school again Cleo Is a nice boy andwe predict n bright ture for him Mr nail Mrs William Potts both of whom have been very ill of typhoid fever are said to be conva leicjng Uncle Robert Parsglnono of our clllieos Is moving back to his farm near Crab Orchard Our church tbo Baptist has just closed B 14 days meeting which was one of the most successful ever held hero Rev R R Noel of Stanford ii the efficient pastor and he did the preaching for the first few days Rev Woolford of Lancaster also did some splendid preaching which was enjoyed by all who attended the services Bro Noel and Pike baptized 25 on Friday afternoon and on Saturday morning fro Noel baptized four more leaving three others to be baptized In the fu turo Twelve others joined by letter and restoration making a total of 44 additions Bro Woolford Is an car- net zealous preacher and wo heartily recommend him to any pastor wishing help In his meeting lie endeared him self to our people and to the writer who has learned to love him for his works sake MATRIMONIAL Walter Jones aged 10 sod Miss Nannie Sluder 24 will be married hero tomorrow Miss Pearl leases of Gravel Switch and William Smith of Marlon were married at Danville B F Brown and Miss Mattlo Mob Icy of Cuoy wero married at Dan vlllo by Rev T H Coleman While wedding guests were assembling at the home of his amanced Dent McNutt a young man at Dee Moines blow out his brains John Hoover the clover chief train dispatcher of the Cumberland Valley Branch and Miss Desa Tyler a popu far young lady of Wllllamsburg eloped to Jelllco and were married After a separation of 25 year during most of which time they thought each other dead John Pouch and wife met at a hotel at Elk Valley Tenn She had been nearly all over the world looking for him Should the State democratic primary Idea prevail the expense of candy dates will be so groat that no man who Is not wealthy can afford to pay the price of getting his name on the ticket With an eye to the future The Dem ocrat proposes to open books for a Po litical Futurity arranged along tbe lines of race horse futurities The In fant can bo entered for Instance In tho governor race before It Is born by the father or some other relative depositing a fee say of 15 At each sue ceeding anniversary of the child In crease the fee 15 and by the time bo- Is 30 years old a sufficiency will likely bo accumulated provided a good stiff starting fen Is added Of course should tbo Infant be a girl or turn out a horse thief all bets will bo off and the moo oy refunded Cynthlana Democrat a A Liberal Offer Tho nnderilgned will give a free earn plo of Chamlorlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets to any ono wanting a rolInUo remedy for disorders of the stomach bll iousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good ono Craig IIoder The country store of John I Kelly at Henryvllle Ala was entered by unknown robbers who blew open the andIthere is DO clew Rocbford S D a mining camp was demolished by flames SOMERSET Somerset petroleum has advanced to almost SI O P MaMahan Immersed three young ladles at the Christian church Sunday night A new engine of mammoth propor Lion with all Its oil fixtures was ship ped bore this week to be taken to Cold Weather Crock for service In the oil regionSomerset has a Cbautauqua Club composed of some of the most highly cultured ladles of the community who moot regularly at their different reel deuces There arc three firstclass newspa pare published bore one dally and two weekly each of which Is deservedly popular and receives a goodly share of patronageWe realized In the past few days that Into each lIfo some rain must fall as we have bad almost ncon tlnuous downpour with a mixture of the beautiful for several hours A now bakery and confectionery will soon bo In operation on Main street where the genial proprietor will be ready to dispense a One quality of the Staff of life to all who will favor him with a call- There are two banks hero doing a nourishing buslneai The First Na tional has a deposit of 1100000 Tbe Farmer Dank Is also prosperous There seems to bo plenty of money In clrcula tion the monthly pay roll being 130 000 The fair grounds arc undergoing a number of ImproycmonU ono of which is a lakelet In the center of thejjrounds with an island which Is to be covered with tropical plants all to be watered by a fountain snpplled with crystal waters from tho reservoir hard by Thanksgiving services wero held In the M E church In which all the ministers of the city took part O P McMaban delivering the address The music for tbe occasion was well selected and well rendered by vocalists from each church and a boautlf aUolo Face to Face was rendered by Mr Edson Tbo city administration which seems to bo wide awako to the Interests of the city li busily employed In perfect lag material Improvements In the way of street concrete walks etc The electric plant will be ready for operation In the near future some trivial de feet In the foundation causing the de laySam Hlgglne formerly a Lincoln county man seems to have struck It lucky Be has disposed of 14 acres of land to the Standard Oil Co furnish Ing accommodation for half a mile of pipe lino to the east and la constantly soiling building lots and erecting new residences Ho has yet 200 acrea open for additional Improvements In this growing little city The Q 0 has a large round house near the depot with the probability of the Ludlow plant being removed here The net work of railroad switches stretching for miles Is a matter oj wonder and surprise especially to the uninlated With all these advantages with many others yet untold who can conjecture the future that awalta the sunny southland Somerset A Timely Suggestion This la the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenish es her supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is certain to be needed be fore the winter Is over and results are much more prompt and satisfactory when It Is kept at hand and given as soon as the cold Is contracted and before It has become settled in the system In almost every Instance a severe cold may be ward ed off by taking this remedy freely as soon so the first Indication of tho cold ap pears There is no danger in giving It to children for It contains no harmful sub stance It Is pleasant to take both adults and children like it Buy it and you will get the best It always cures For sale by Craig Mocker Stanford Charles F Kelley former Speaker of tho House of Delegates In St Louis was arrested In Pbltadeldhla just as ho stepped off a train from New York was locked up to await tbo arrival of oOlccrs from Missouri Kelley Is ao cured of having distributed the 147000 boodle fund In connection with municipal legislation for street railway fran chises Minister Hunter deol a asthat his son was goaded Into killing Fitzgerald but ho forgets tbo circumstance that Mr Fitzgerald was looking the other way when the shot hit him Lexing ton Democrat In Brooklyn a trained nurse who prophesied that it would bo a girl has been refused payment for her two months of servUo by tbe disappointed mother of a bouncing boy Tbe new college building at More head was dedicated Prof Burrle Jenkins of Lexington delivering the prin cipal address Goy Backham also took part In tbe exercises LANCASTER Hog killing Isoow In vogue C A Robinson bought a bunch of shoats at Co The farmers are somewhat backward worki realized Itt by A Negro boy has been tried for kilo cy at this term of circuit court The Ladles Aid Society will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs J West Mr Joshua X Dunn and family of BryaoUvlllc leave today for New MexicoEld R Moore will hold his Wednesday evening prayer meeting in Miss Sallie Tlllett store room Next Sunday will be rally day for the Christian Sunday School and an excellent program will be rendered Mr Aliirldge and family of Marks bury will occupy the Hughfia house on Richmond street for the insulng year ofMrra dining to a number of the junior set interestinglecture terian church on Persia and Its pee pIe Rev Young pastor of the New Hope church of Upper Garrard delivered an address Friday at the teachers associa tionCartersvllle a village of Upper Gar rard has a now physician Dr Red wine who removed there from Whites burg pleoUfullD perbushelThe Bllllo West Minstrels a home troup art booked for an cntcrtalt went at Klrksvllle Dee 6 and here Dec 13 Dradleysramllfrom hero to Louisville within the next few weeks Miss Katharine Eggioiton a noted and gifted reader will give an enter tainment In this city on Dec 11 at the courthouse W K Shugars has returned from a prospecting trip and has arranged to open a drug store at Bradfordsvllle the first of the year A much needed new crossing Is being laid on Danville street and eomo others will be constructed In other sto tlons of the town Miss Ella Humber of West Garrard and Charles Ross of Boone creel wore united In marriage Eld A R Moore officiating The Ladles Aid Society will open an exchange next Saturday In the poet oQlce and continue it every Saturday through December The C W B M Auxiliary will hold an open session Tuesday at 2 p M tt the residence of Mrs A R Moore and an Interesting program will be render ed Miss Lily Wallace of Memphis Is the guest of Mrs A R Monre Sam uol Joseph of Cincinnati has been with his brother Jacob Joseph Mr Wallace Wharton of Keene was the guest of Miss Mattle Thompson Miss Frances Morris of Chattanooga Is vis iting the family of Gen D R Collier Mr Charles Deoman and wife of Nlch olasvlllo have been visiting Mrs Alex spentThanksgiving Mrs W K Shugars Is at home again after a visit to MoKloney Mr and Mrs Ed Price have returned from a visit to Mrs George Ballew of Rich mond Miss Mabel Drew of Ports mouth 0 Is visiting Miss Mary Gill Mrs O D Powell has returned from a Mrs visit to Mrs Short of Richmond Misses Mary Wolser and Elizabeth Browne of Lexington have been visit log In this vicinity Miss Mary Smi ley of Lexington baa been the guest of MattloBenzleyDr and Mrs W S Boazley She doesnt eta horse Nor cut all Fashions capers Nor have her photograph and name Put In the Sunday papers She doesnt pet a pugnosed pup Nor flirt with some girls brother No shes a queen among them all Tho girl who helps her mother Stops have been ken by Venezuela to satisfy the foreign claims against the government by a unification of all outstanding government guaranteed loans upon a basis of security greater than hitherto offered ma White man got de turkey En say hits hard ter neat But nigger got do possum En de appetite ter eat Atlanta Constitution Grant Woolum and Frank Neal miners were probably fatally Injured by falllog from a coal car while cowing down the incline at the Yellow Creek mines near Middlesboro nearMorebead Clothes That Fit II S M anti G B Co Shoes That Wear Douglas and J M Hats That Satisfy Hawes Those wellknown trade marks are guarantees that the qualities are the best to bo had IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KB The Best i In A Thousand Years aiasa o sastsas Though Jewelry has been made since the Dawn ol Civilization I Its designing and manufacture have steadily improved eo that today you can secure the Fruit of Centuries of Art And Toil Our Exhibit of Jewels Watches Silver Cut Glass Marbles Bronzes Fine Chir na Metal Art Goods 7fnd91lanyOtherbUnyo Illustrate the advancement infthe jewelers art An exhibit you are invited to see Murray McAdams JEWELERS And OPTICIANS Danville Kentucky Sudden Changes Of temperature have killed rj people and thats why your stove la Important Coles Original t3S Hot Blast Stoves II t f9i11iafiim Keep the temperature even Tho house Is always tho same day and night This is because they burn all the fuel and radiate all the beat- TUEFIHEIBNEVEROUl SOLD BY Higgins 8 McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY J r tiyt tn J THE INTERIOR JOURN JEc WALTON H H HENNINGER T1iROBERT HARDING ofDsnTllle tiacimlMata for Circuit Joatets- ect to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer is a candidate lor commonwealth At Uraeyln this the 13th Judicial dlItrlctlabJect to the tbe demands party JOHN S WISE the depenrate son of a noble sire Gov Hoary A WI e ie etlrrloR up strife in Virginia He has Issued an unlimited number of printed suit forms and bad them dls trlbuted broadcast throughout Vlrln la eo that each Negro who was denied 1regtetratlon under the suffrage clauso r may as many ae may be necesi ry and file them by his attorney In the i nearest circuit court of the United t States for that particular district of Virginia bringing suit for 95000 dam age against every Individual member of the constitutional convention the the three members of the registration board which refused to register him and the three judges at plaintiffs voting precinct Mr Wile alleges conspiracy on the part of the members of the constitutional conve tlon and other defendants to deprive plalntlffsot the right to vote He has doubtless fooled the Negroes Into rais- Ing a big tee for him A VERY sensible girl has been loci tejat Patterson N J She is 10 and b and had made all arrangemec or a joyous wedding but when the guests were assembled and the mini tar in readln te the expectant Jroom did not make his appearance The pro pectlve bride did not weep or bewail her fates She invited the gueata to feast and proved tbe gayest of the crowd At the bead of the table 18 placed the effigy of a man stuffed with etraw and all went merry as a marriage bell It was the Jollleet of mi rlage feasts HON VINCENT BOREINO Is a prett big man in the mountains and is one of the biggest republicans in the Stat r but bo can not disobey the city laws of Pinevlllo For driving rapidly over the Cumberland river bridge In that citys llmlte a fine of CIO will be Im posed on him when becomes back for trial Tbe Congressman was trying to catch a train IN his report Secretary of the Navy Moody calls attention to the lack of or fleers fur the navy He says that the case will become desperate unless provision for an Increase of midshipmen Is made before the war vessels In coure of construction are completed All war vessels now being built are from four to 3Q months behind contract time surviving Confederates a Vlr fTEcavalry company have started f the erection of a monument In Richmond Va to Gcn U S Grant Sixteen members of tbe company surf vlved the war and the fund beglt t l with 816 REMEMBER that precinct convention will be held In this county at 2 oclool next Saturday to express a choice for democratic nominees for circuit judge and Commonwealths Attorney Be on band and vote for Judge M C Saufle and Mr J S Owsley Jr TILE greatest pug of his day John L r Sullivan has taken the bankrupt law in New York Bis liabilities are 82658 and his aisets 1 60 worth of wear i aboutfTHE Kentucky Mountaineer Is the name of a new fourcolumn 16pag paper wnlch will appear at Russell Springs about December 15 with U S Rexroat as editor and publisher- POLITICAL Representative LlttleQeld says ho Is not yet ready to withdraw from the peakershlp contest Joel I Wilder has been appointed postmaster at Coolidge Pulaski coun ty and E Baldwin at Speck Adair county Tbe centennial anniversary of the as sembling of the convention which framed the first Constitution for the Sl te of Ohio was celebrated at Chilli Representatives Gooch of the Sixth and Irwin of the Fifth district wore the first members of the Kentucky con gretslonal delegation to arrive in Washington Senator Hale of Maine Is unquali fiedly opposed to tariff revision and ays no attempt in that line will be- mado during the present Congress nor the next nor the next He state that If you scratch a tariff reformer you will find underneath a free trader j President Roosevelt has written a l letter to a prominent citizen of Charleston S C setting forth his at f titude regarding the appointment of Negroes to ottteea He de dares that the door of opportunity f cannot be shut upon any man purely upon the grounds of race or color fii r y 1111 r T iII Chief Justice Fuller dismissed the suits brought at Richmond to test the validity of the new Virginia Conltltu lion on the ground of the disfranchisement of holding that tto court had no jurisdiction Tbo short session of the 67th Con press opened at noon yesterday with the Ship Subsidy BUI antlanarchy measure some elastic currency bill Insular legislation reciprocity and trust measures among the Important matters to be taken up No revision of the tariff Is expected unless an extra ses slon is called NEWS NOTES The Powers case may be decided today The L S N Is building a larto transfer shed at Corbin Dr Joseph Parker minister of the City Temple of London Is dead Mike PrItchett a SpanlshAmerl war veteran suicided at Madlsonvl Two boys were drowned by breakthrough the ice while skating at Duluth The Iron trade continues to be altect ed by the coke famine and the frail ht snow la peported from several points In Texas New Mexico and Old Mexico Work on the Hopktnsvllle dlvilion of the Tennessee Central railway begun yesterday In an effort to have none but ood Indians there Are left less than 270000 jf all kinds In the United States Over 12000000 was contributed by union miners toward the support of die workmen during the anthracite strike The Currie Fertilizer Coa plant at Joulavlllo was almost destroyefrby fire intalllng a loss of about 50000 with nsuranco of 10000 Dress me In black and place Wll holograph In my left hand when you bury me wrote Battle Larkin lust before suiciding at Marlon Ind The Farmers and Drovers Bank building at Eminence with Its content8 was burned The fire Is believed to have been of Incendiary origin Rev John L Barth a native of Lou ivllle attended for the first time foot ball game at St Louis and became so excited he died from apoplex Dr Godfrey Hunter says bin sonwl killed William Fitzgerald Is In busl neSl on his own account at Guatemala CIty and is not under the protection of the legation The town hall at Martins Ferry G Is in the bands of the sheriff who will- try to collect judgment in the sum of Stoo in favor of a woman whose t1 was damaged- W properj W Darnall was found slttlnlt posture on the side of a bed In- the Leland Hotel at Lexington The Droners jury decided that heart dl- lease caused his death After wounding a woman who had ifused to elope with him Max Suki atsky an Austrian committed sui- cIde in New York by escaping throug a seventhstory window The steamer Vetnor has foundnre oII the coaat of New Zealand Ber cargo consisted of coal and 500 collie intalnlng remains of Chinese destine for relnterment in China John D Rockefeller has just beeD elected an honorary m3mber of the North Tarrytown fire patrol and has shon his appreciation by sending the company a check for 95000 Heavy floods have ruined stock rais- Ing the chief Industry of Northern veden and created a famine Sev- eDty thousand persons are starving or threatened with starvation Nathan Haworth of St Louis was ntenced to be either hanged or oho to death for murdering Thomas Randall and the trial judge in sentenclnj him asked him which he preferred of- the penalties and he chose the latter Subscriptions for one dollar souvenir 0108 arc pouring into the Loulslani irchase Exposition company the- larlteit order so far received being foi 1000 coins Only 150000 of tbe 1250 OJO coined have been placed on sale at e3 Sheriff Marlon of Jefferson county Ill arrested William H Murray at- Dunlay Tenn who bad killed a man eamed Woodrome at Wllllamsburg Ill 28 years ago broke jail after his- arrest and hat been a fugitive ever sloceA Kansas City dispatch says Harold II Merrlck aged 14 years accidentally shot and killed himself while hunt IDg James Gist aged 14 years was- sbot and killed at Oxford Kas by hI- brother while hunting Tbe 14 year old son of H N Boyd of Belleville Kas was killed while hunting A boiler explosion at the plant of- SwUt It Co i in Chicago killed 13 persons and injured about 60 others Co- Incident with the catastrophe came re ports of a remarkable series of explo- elonllin other cities At Shamokln Pa four were killed At Kenton 0- three and at Macon Ga two The battlcshlp Texas was almost wrecked by an explosion A mob at Ironton 0 made a deter- mIned effort to lynch John Glasco Negro who assaulted a white girl A- captain of mllllla was fired upon for- reluslnl to give up National Guard rl- Ilel to tbe wouldbo lynchers Wblle- tbe mob was preparing to batter down- the doors of the jail olllcers took Glas CO out by a roir entrance and drove- wlth him to Calllpolls 60 miles away L rIikM ruJ CRAB ORCHARD Harrison Perkins colored died at his home In the country last week Sunday was a dismal day rain and snow combining to keep us In doors Mrs JF Holdam and Miss Byrt James attended the vocal contest atI Stanford Thursday night If you want some fine home made candy go to the wide awake candy maker D C Payne at hiscandy kitchen on Main Street H D Campbell our druggist was In Cincinnati visiting bis brother last week W S Burch a bright younR attorney of Stanford was here on busl nose a few days since The workmen on the bank bulldli have been braving the elements all this week finishing It up They have battled with rain wind and a light fall of snow which came down nearlv all Thanksgiving day The relatives of Mr Sol Marcusso the brilliant young musician of Cleveland 0 were pleasantly surprised his marriage several weeks ago to MIIB Dorothy Frew a popular and attractive young lady of that city Early Saturday morning a beaullf rainbow extended across the heaver reminding us of Gods great love and covenant to his forgetful children and warning us that we wore going to have foul weather for a while Col WO Welch one of our ablest lawyers Is up from Stanford with old friend James Gllkerson and J W Guest Judge Brecklnrldge of Dar vllle who expects to be our next got ernor was shaking hands with his admirers here Jos Brooks made his mother and sli ver glad by spending Thanksgiving day with them George B Harris and Dr W M Myers wero In Stanford last reek on business Thu latter left for his home in Tborntown Ind Tuesday much to the regret of his relatives acd friend Ho stopped over In Loulsvili t 3 see his uncle Morris Harris Prof Uggs and family are visiting Mr Con der His friends are glad to have bin here again He has rented the cottage of Mrs Elizabeth Barker Hugh Lc Ran has rented the Shannon cottagi and will move his parents there Mr ibannon and family will move to Junction City Dr Doores has returned rom Shelbyvllle Ind Mr E C Walton editor of the cheapest and best and his handsome little son CUIborno rere here Friday Many good houto wives are busy packing away aaueagc- 1rd etc as many tine porkers have asked away these chilly days Thanks lying was a fine day for killing them all well as our king of fowls the turkey THIS AND THAT Fire destroyed a cotton gin at Long Grove Indian Territory worth 150000 Sanders d Fox sold 85 1450 pound cattle to Joe Bales of Richmond at- 51c The business house of M L Ross i Co at Knoxville Tenn was destroyed by fire One man was killed and another shot tlce In a fight over a woman at Ar LOurdale Kan The 10mootbaold child of William IndenfleU at Paducah choked to death on a peanut Mrs John Tblerlng shot Ben Poll twice In Louisville claiming he had strayed her daughter Three children were burned to death a their homo in Baltimore during the eence of their mother Harvey Logan the Montana train robber was sentenced at Knoxville to- Iurve 20 years in a Federal prison Safe blowers made a successful rad upon the State Bank at Stanford m- and 13000 was taken The thieves es ciPfldJudge Toney of Louisville decided that boxing contests are not subjects for Injunction being clearly a matter for criminal process and not for equity terferenceStephen 14yearold son John Thrasher Hancock county accl dentaUv discharged his gun while hunting shooting himself through the- body Ho died almost Instantly Burglars entered the bank at Wick lilIes and blew off the outer door of the- eafe getting only 139 Several people heard the robbers at work and ono- man saw them but all were afraid to- glvo the alarm Auditor Coulter filed suits y sterday altalnst six railroad companlese having merely terminal facilities In Kentucky to collect the license tax of 2600 1m- posed on such companies by the new revenue law DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases Bladder j ache Dropsy female Dont become discouraged There Is cure for you If necessary write lr Konuct Uo has spent a llfo limo curing Free suet casoaaa jours All consultations Ur Fencers Kidney ana liackacno cure beln alive today I bad weigh iw v 5i cOOINf Ojre Furnase 0 Drucelstn 5oct1 Ask for Cook Book Free STVITUSDANC TroublesCURE forlcanand Sure Cure Circular Dr Feaner FredoalaMY GRAND LEADERS stases k Special Bargain Prices on cold weather snaps 2Z3tS 25 piece lijiV and dark outing good weight I Full yard wide blench cotton nt 5e yard- at New Dip hip corset nt 98cV Kr foal 15 piece light and dark outings wide nUll hens jenns pants nilwool nt 70e- hairy worth lOc nt 8Jc per yard Mens corduroy pants heavy weight at 8150 Good weight CiiHtm flannel special price nt I Mens fine suits nt 4208 8500 5760 81000 50 per yard8n081250 Extra size comfort oil calico covered nt 98o overcoats nt 8208 e 500 8700 each 1000 1200 mid 81600 Ladies heavy outing under skirts nt 24c Boys suits from 89c up to 8500 Childrens heavy fleocedliucdundorwcarnt 24c Ladies fine dices skirts nt1008125 200 cncli 8300 8400 nnd 500 Mens winter underwear nt 25 35 50o Ladies SOc ribbetl underwear nt 25c garment weight Ladies 25o ribl underwear nt 15c garment and 8100 38inch nll wool broadcloth nil colors nt 60o Heavy blankets nt05 85c 8100 8125 8150 to 500per yardUPOwing to a large trade we were forced to duplicate on every line in our house and with the ready money we were fortunate enough to buy some fine BARGAINS Come in we will give you your share of our profit THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props HAIRBALSAM lr 1nnotM a tancUM r Tallu to lttor U7 ceoICo 1110i nrrr FOR RENT recently WmMy store by Severance Will rent for one or more years J B OWSLEY FOR RENT I desire to rent my property situated or Somerset street X town consist lag of dwelling of seven room betide kitchen and servants room and a fine eel lar imokeboute chicken house coal boost and a rood stable and 10 acres of lands 2 hydrant one in the yard and ono torstock well cLtern combined neAr the door tot Said property In mod repairJAB ILEY BROWN 8 BROWN AttornoysatLawOf- fice in Masonic Dldjt SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Court also In United State and Bankruptcy Courts illectlont made and promptly STANfORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan themums and Ronos Floral design on short notice Bedding sod Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 9rtng Z JNO CHRISTMAN Stanfo- rdPOSTED d We whose name appear below strictly prbld hunting fishing or any kind of repistng on our places and will prose uto violators to the of the law J Garter James McCormack Mn Maggie Bibb Mrs J M White Alex Traylor MILL Mattle If ewes J W Baughman W II Dudderer- J T Blngaman Mrs Malcana Lawson Mrs 0 Olveni Peter Balmer A D Root Geo U Mo per Mrs Mary Huffman A P 1endleton P W Caster J F Cover James N Cash James Mtssrr Tom Stone Joseph lIallou- T M F Lawrence W P Grimes T A Rice J B Mocker W E Amon E T Pence John Holmeo Foster To the Coal Consumer I Having bought out Juggle Sims th coal dealers wo are now to f nrnts the people of Stanford and surroundln country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers will take your and corn In oxcliangi for coal at tbe market price Wo sollci your trade and guarantee coalthouse- phone atyour money or DOODOI livery stable No 80 Boons Dvuaavent STPNFORO KT Hustonville Property for Sale soloI will offer at my property situated on the north side of Main and on eut Ida of College street In Hustonville Ky consisting of and livery stable and vacant let This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or house and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn CSxTS and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and va cant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water In abundance Propert Is well for private an- Is now rented for If want good paying Im Huntonvflle call on or address D S Carpenter Hasten vlllr Ky S B LEVY Manager THE fl t Spirit of Xmns should sUrIItho fiiftbiiyiriK desire and prompt nn early visit to our store There is a well iESCLOCKS benutiful pieces in SILVERoxquisito pieces of JEWELRY such aa BROACHES RINGS ETC ETC I W U We FURNITUREStanford J I That suits for EVERYBODY Odd Dressers Washstands and Beds that fold Wood and Iron Center Tables Dining Tables and Chairs Elegant assortment of RockersBed Lounges Box Couches Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloth Wall Paper Building Paperand Pictures Framed to ORDER GaL CARPENTERStanford 1 Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will be at tho Veranda Hotel Thursday Dec 11 One Day Only There are numerous condllions whore glasses arc required and give relief to head aches dizziness darting pains in eye ball or temple smarting or burn tag teaialloa In or about the eye Take advantage of his Dont neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited Office hours 0 A u to 4 Pr St Aeaph Hotels Stanford Ky r e I L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL o sr STAMFORD KY Dec 2 1002 1 thooxactpropordose In Oiling your prescriptions wo use not do bettor It yon paid ui doublo tbo price which la always reasonable Pen Drug Store rIyei PERSONALS J E POItTIAN wont to LouliTlIlo I Friday COL W O WELCH went up to Crab J Orchard Friday GEOIUIK D ELLIS returned Saturday from Mt Sterling Miss EDNA DIIOWN of Casey It with Miss Ueislo Lanhara 4 3 A O ALFOim wont to Gum Sulphur Friday to work on the railroad Miss BELLE ROOT of Danville ti with friends and relatives hero DR J D OWSLEY la at Columbus Oa with his son Mr E P Owiloy Miss NELL DILLIOK 01 Lancaster was the guest or Miss Halllo Novlui andI4e Frldalt ROHEIITA HILTON of Lancas ter was hero Friday returning from Drodbcad MR GRANVILLE HALEY of Now Al bany Ind It visiting old friends at Crab Orchard Miss LETTIE HELM wont to Vurl lallloi yesterday to visit Mn S L Wooldrldge nON R J ORECKINRIDUE of Dan vllle was on Friday train bound for Crab Orchard ATTORNEY A W MONTGOMERY of Tazowell Tone was hero Friday on legal business MRS J E CLAUNCU and ion Joe cph of Somerset were guests at Mr J E Lynni last week Miss NANNIE WATSON who has I been with friends hero returned to Junction City Saturday ROIIERT ROOT who li attending col logo at Kentucky Military Institute spent several dayi at homo I Miss NETTLE UOVER of Stanford li hero the guest of her friend Miss Hat tie Holm Uantlllo Courier NEELEY STONE has moved to bli fathers and Mr W T Saunders now occupies tbo houto bo vacated M ISSES PEARL AND CLARA COLLIER of Crab Orchard spent several day e with their aunt Mr Sue Holmes MRS J T HACKLEY and two daugh ten have returned from a ilx week visit to relatives at Cleveland Va LEWIS Wiurr of Crab Orchard left yesterday for Hot Springs with the hope of being relieved of rheumatism MR O W SINGLETON order hi e paper sent to Lowell Oarrard county to vrhlch placo he has moved his laW J mill I MR W W LYON of the West End I was hero Friday to meet hie wlfo who had beeq visiting relatives at Kirk vlllo Mn S P GRAY who was hurt torao week BRO while working with an oil drill is Jllll confined to his bed and e 1lsuQering greatly B MOSS who has been visiting her mother Mr Colaon loft f Tuesday for her home at Lancaster Mlddleaboro New I Miss BETTIB PAXTON and little Jean Paxton have returned from a visit to Mr and In A O Robinson In tho Gilbert Creek section MR J H BAUGIIMAN left Sunday for Chicago to attend tho International Llvo Stock Exhibit fill wlfo accom panted him as far as Louisville 4FOSTER MCALISTER returned to Lexington yesterday Ho was accom panied by hie class mate L E An drew who was his guest while hero C L CROW of tho Walnut Flat sac lion has rented tbo Redd property a Crab Orchard and will move to It Jan 1 Ito will open a training stable at the fair grounds MRS MARY BRONACOII was here from Crab Orchard Saturday I want the INTERIOR JOURNAL wherever go ibo said to us as she paid for tho paper to Fob 1 1001 Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS Del larto clan at Corbin gave a delightful entertainment there a few nights since The weather was bad but a good crowd witnessed the clever performance THE handsome homo which Meisri A T and J R Nunnelley have nearly 1 completed for their parents to spend their declining years In speaks volumes of praise for those clover gentle menTHE C W B M ladles of the Stato Auxiliary aro cordially Invited tone et Mrs Ida Wither Harrison of Lexing ton at the homo of Miss Ann Hartwel Shanks next Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5Miss ALICE DRYE of Lebanon Is tbo guest of Mr and Mrs Granvlllo Shaw In the Highlands Mr and Mr- S e M Wllhlto havo returned from Parts whore they spent Thanksgiving with friends Loulivlllo Times MRS FRAZIER of Madison bal moved Into tbo property purchased from D J Smith Mr Smith will havo his now building completed In a few days till then his family will remain In tho house with Mrs Frazier near Crab Orchard J K CHRISTIAN returned from Chlleiburg yesterday MR 3 G HAQIN of Shelby Is with his son Rev J W Hagln MRS FRANIC WILKINSON of Richmond li with Mr Ed Wilkinson SHERIFF M S BAUOHMAN received yeatordayMRS W R COOK and handsome son worn on yesterdays train returning to Lancaster dauRhLerMillJR Bcazlay MR T O CURRAN of Cincinnati spent several doge with his brotherin law John P Jones MR T D NEWLAND has returned from the bedside of hie sister Mrs J R Bailey at Pleasant Hill Mercer county Miss LULA MoCLURE who has been at Joseph Prlco Infirmary for treat ment returned to Crab Orchard yes terday much Improved daughtoofI MoItbeObrletlaofairMiss LUCILLE COOPER le having gay time In Nashville wbero she s LyleMnPierce have botbeotirtalnedbanlsome tllikewiseLOCALS WEDDING presents at Mueller DANK REPORTS this Read them FOR SALE Six you hogs Fat Henry Logan Stanford JAN Doov Bcckbam has set Jan 0 as the date for James Docker to hang WE bavo brightened our cloak itock with same iwell garments Severance k Son WE pay special attention to chil droae shoes Seo us before buying Severance S seas JUDGE LEWIS 1Rockctstlo tried a follow for drunkenness tho other day over the telephone The verdict was tO and costs DEAD0 C Co pollfor man years express agent on tbo Kentucky Central with headquarters hero died at Lakeland last week Ho lived in Loulsvlllo prior to his mental trouble WORK on the bank building at Cra Orchard is progressing rapidly now since Mr Johnson tho export Danvlllo brlckmason took charge Ho will bo ablo to turn It over to tbo carpenter this week Dill CELERY Squire J A Dudde rar showed us Saturday a bunch of cry of his own raising which measure 31 teat tall and seven Inches In circum terence at tho root It was the finest weaver oaa- ATrIvTIONThe ladle of the Pro byterian church will have an exchange at Severance ft Bon old store room Dec 23 and 21 and all the members the church are requested to contribute to same Help a good cause Tile way the Danville correspon dente era working the dally paper in caution Some of the items they ten In are so old that a good many people have forgotten them If new and trut i not otherwise II certainly not the Din vlllo quill drivers motto NEWS comes from Lancaster that James I Humlltou has announced for Judgo M O SauQoy and wants to wa ger 11000 that our townsman will bo nominated for circuit judge As Jim goes so gone Garrard Judge Saufley i chances grow brighter dally flardktmen In the connty paid for the INTERIOR JOURNAL Saturday for the 32nd Lime flue time expired yesterday but bo nev er waits until the last day In tact In a pIwith his subscription Would thar were moro men like this splendid of citizen DAUGUERTY James Dougherty died at his homo Thursday evening aged GS Ho had been In feeble health for several years A wlfo and 10 living children survive the clover man Tho burial took placo In the Campbell bury ing ground near Turnorsvllle Friday afternoon allot services by Rev Mason Mr Dougherty was a devout Bap flat and an honest upright man Ho was coroner of this county for a decado or moro TilE precinct conventions to bo held at 2 oclock next Saturday afternoon should be participated in by ovary demo ocrat In this the 13th judicial district Lot the democrats of this county bo on hand at their voting places and In no uncertain tones mako known their preference for circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney Of course Lin coin will go for her favored sons Judgo M C Sander and Mr J S Owsloy Jr but lots let the outside world see hoe warm we are for those distinguish ed countymen of ours by ovary dem crat taking part In the convention CHRISTMAS present at Mueller LOST bill Liberal reward PLENTY 01 binder twine Hlgglns b MoKlnney SEE W H MuelUrs lIad on our second page PLACE your order at ooco for holiday pictures at Miss Sacrays FARMERS Please return our sacks or call and settle for them J B Baugbman Co A MAIL pouch containing about t23 000 In checks and drafts was lost between Junction City and Danville STOREROOM and warehouse full of cheep medium and tine furniture Prlcee to suit all J L Beazloy b Co STOREROOM at Hustonvllle for rent Splendid stood for goofs furnisher or furnlturo and undertaking James Frye Uustonvllle Ky Fort SALEStock merchandise DelL location for country store In Ken Lucky 10 acres land and all Improve meats Drummer Junction CltyKy itte yessseed liD for drunkenness and disorder ly conduct Henry Francis white for same offense was fined 15 QUARTERLY court was in session yee terday with Judge Bailey presiding There was nothing done to amount to anything only a few Judgments for debts eta being passed upon ALL member of tbo Christian church of Crab Orchard aro earnestly requested to bo at the church next Fri day afternoon at 2 oclock for the pur pOlO of calling a pastor for the next year CARD OF THANKS Idesire through aliiwbowifes sickness I shall forever love and cherish those deeds of kindness and hopo that tomo day I may bo at to at tenet partly repay them R D Pad gott Waynesburg MRS IDA WITHERS HARRtsoNState president of the Kentucky C W B M will deliver on address on Wo Sundayyoclock All who are Interested In mis sions aro most cordially Invited to at tend tbo services neebd dle our paper with moro care wo will leo that they got it Mr William Royston writes from Point Lcavell that Tuesday paper did not reach there until Friday and that Friday I J had not como up to Saturday night odt e that the closing exercises of her school will occur at 2 P M Thursday next and tho public generally Is cordially invited to bo present The Richards brother will furnish music for tho oc casino which promises to bo an enjoy ofable ono FIRE NARROWLY AVERTED While the family of Mr A W Carpenter was at supper the other night a cat over turned a lamp in an adjoining room lampdconsiderable dlmensloas when the tam lip arrived but fortunately It wee ex languished before much damage was done FnGi1MANJAL Frohman the former proprietor of the Ulobe Dan vllle was found dead In a bath tub at his home in Chicago A Chicago die patch says It II the belief that ho had prepared for his bath and in at tempting to stop Into the tub his feet slipped from under him and ho fell In falling ho struck the back of his neck upon the side of the tub and dls located the axis With the dislocation of neck coma complete paralysis of the body and therefore there was no sign of a struggle and death camo almost Immediately crowddday and business generally was good Thorn wore no visiting attorneys pros ent and the local Blackstones wero feeling good over their prospects for business Tho docket Is light this term and court will not last over a week George E Stone has another boyJ Boyle Stone Pat Napier fell from a loaded wagon and broko several rlbr Wince Wilkinson and E H Kldd are each building handsome storehouses H W Phillips will build two tore rooms soon James Glbonoy and Dln Phillips have opened a furnlturo storo on ono sldo of Mr Phillips store G R Wilkinson and Jud Phillips aro agnate for Ballards famous Obelisk flour Will Stoop has bought Rat Wblpps interest in Whlpp Bros store Dr James Ross died of blood poisoning Sunday night G W King has the hack lieu again and everybody Is glad of It Ho hoe moved to Liber ty Tbo Commercial Bank has 130600 deposits and 70000 loans Oscar Lan ham and Miss Annlo Short wero mar led by Judge Raines Sunday Th Maccabeo supper was a success I O Brown sold to B G Fox a pair of gray mare mules for 1300 Silver Wedding of Mr and Mrs J F Cover The hospitable home of Mr and Mrs J F Cover was open on Nov 21 to a tea friends and relatives who wero in vited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the marriage of this good couple On acconnt of the Inclement weather many wore prevented from coming who presentTholOsent presents expressive of love and esteem An elegant dinner was beau tifully seryed The table and dining room were decorated with pink chrys anthemums and lighted In harmony wltb tbo decorations Mr and Mrs Uover received many pretty and valuable presents and the sincere wishes of all that they miy lIe to celebrate their golden wedding About ladles and gentlemen wero present and the ple8eanLlyIn CHURCH MATTERS EIdBJ PInkerton baptized Miss Rebecca Mulllns of Ottenbelm at the Christian church Saturday afternoon Miss Mulllns professed religion while Eld Pinkerton was holding a meeting at Halls Gap church An Ohio minister bas called the young people of bis congregation to task for disturbing the worship of the osculatlonlholds that the command to love ono another does not extend to the ex change of microbes In the sanctuary LoulsvllleTlmes A Word To You wbohaveshop1ato welt on all who want hoeing or other andbuggyly and at reasonable prices WALTER FIELDS Turnerstllle Ky FOR SALE IhreddedtodderHare an excellent place to teed and want about 75 or 100 cattle Will teed the above at a bargain early In the Winter E O SINGLETON Crab Orchard Ky Tobacco Raisers Wanted I I want 0 good men to raise tobacco and corn on the shares Rave good houses goodneljtbborhoodfarm for sale Terms easy 0 n 1IKAYYNER Jumbo Ky FARM FOR SALEI I desire to sell farm of 100 acre loca ted on Knob Lick H mile of Knob Lick Station It II all No farming lend nearly half of which II In cultivation tbo re mainder in IllueOrass Has on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouse watered by cistern spring and pond Tboso desiring to buy a small term would do well to see my place 8 W GIVENS Stanford Ky Traylor t icet HEALTHS Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc OarptnUr Oloss to DepotSTANFORD KY lestoprompt attention PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public auction on SATURDAY DEO 0 1002 propertytTwocows that will ba fresh In the Spring surrey and harness McCormick binder McCormick- mower 2horso wagon and harness 2horsc corn planter plows barrows Ac 200 shocks of fodder some household and kitchen fur niture Terms made known on day of sale J D GREEN Maywood Ky Col J P Chandler Auct Ho 1132 REPORT OF CONDITION OF TIlE Lincoln County National Bank OF STANFORD KY At the clOMof Quilnra Nov 22th 1002 RESOURCES Loans and DlkouallIS82 26 Ore rana secured and unsecured 11680 83 U S Bonds to secure circulation 60000 00 Stocks securities etc 2100 00 Ranking house lurolture lad dxturra 5000 00 Due from National flanks not Reserve Agent i 19120 87 Due from Stet Bank and Bankers 2S9 62 Due from approved reserve agents 27423 07 Internal revenue sumps 10 Checks lad other lIb Items 481 49 Notes of other National Bank 350 00 Fractional paper currency nlcklca sod cents MM 10 33 Lawful Money Reserve In Bank slat Specie 0200 00 tecaltea3ernotes 2400 00 11C60 00 Redemption from VI Trtatr 5 per 00kpet cent redemption fund 2000 00 TolIi i SiI32OlI67 23 Capital stock paid In f 50000 00 ourpins fund 3729 79 Undivided proof lees expenieaand tax ei paid 6 978 03 National Hank Notes oullIodo 50000 00 Due to other National Banks 7813 22 Due State hanks and hankers 587 57 Individual deposits lubject to shack 202160 67 Total JKOW23 STATE OF KENTUCKY CounlyofWumloas I John B Owtley cashier of tie afore named Bank ilo Bolemnly wear that the aboveU true to the belt of my knowledge IDol Mlc- f8H WUNK8 Ir eareCoaaKcrAtleiti J n IAXTOM tI W W o WALKKU Directors iJ Let us dome YOU Overcoats top style top quality bottom PRICE Melts suits to fitthe Fancy the form and the POCKETBOOK Boys clothingthe fullest meaning of the name PERFECTIONOvercoats 2000 MonsSuits 500 to1860 Boys Suits 100 to 750 Boys Overcoats 2 to 10 aWl CAN FIT Y- OUCumminsl a McCIary I NEW THINGS Newest things in Overcoats with slash pock et cuffs full backs and belts Very stylish and good prices ranging from 750 to 2000 Newest things in hats The PINGPONG lowcreased crown broad brim The very latest production Prices 150 to 300 Look at them whether you care to buy or not Terms Cash HeJ McRobertsI Our Foresight Tells us to sell at CUT PRICES is better than to carry goods over Your Foresight Told you we would begin to CUT PRICES on Jackets and Wraps about Dec 1st You can now put your seeing qualities to n practical use by taking advantage of the LOW PRICES we are making on Cloaks Come while the stock is ilnblOkCllr Severance Sons New Store JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and CementI Is La RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm ot acres Just outside of the town limits It Is one of the prettiest homes around Stanford and well Improved with a handsome splendiddryfurnished free of the outside tone ing U kept by others Very little fenc log to Splendid barn a clstera at don Land ln a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Hood roOI meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the place J Uundley Staotofd G r THEJNTEHlORJOURNALl JMered n the J901f oJ1cl at Stanford at II ltndclan mailer rtab3lboaTuay an4Fz14aVtl lt1PERY Ar CASH When not sopsldmaOO will becbsrged ifKNOXVILLE DIVISION MM280am 1116am I22Sam PointsM125 pm A 8 PRICE trgecm Dentis- tAtanford Ky UoKoberU Drug Store In the Owsley IOtIeeonJ BnUdlng A JONESDENTIST StanfordKy 11omce over Higgins 4 McKinney Ston Telephone No 81 HCNEWLANDSURVEYOR WalnutlFlat Z Kentucku Often Ills service to the people ot Uncoil and adjoining NEW LIVERY STABLE- s w BiflEE k sm Peon JUNCTION CITY w KY TtrstOUss Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean bed splendid table Every ping firstclass Porters aeetlall tralusl = At89- FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY UVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Hones and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all UmeA W Logan Wood Manager A Md BOURNE Lancastor Ky Offer hia serrlces ai 8uotoi selar toUho people of Lincoln County He please both in work and price Write to him J+ + t4C 1 Y t UNDERTAKER EMBALMER AndDetleaxIn ELi NESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazle Co r I Undortakors and- Embalmers f AUO DJUIJtlJ tR FMrnlturcBstaitlnjjpIluge I They will Ercbaage Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them 1acall Prices right TAKFORD KENTUCKY t Il r Eo C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Trealurer Central Kentucky Real Estate ExdiuM TITLE CO Stanford Ky lficuM tad lot In SUnfordflTC roomlball porch In the rear ttrU o good nelghborbood close to churches school Good lor mall tam fly PrlwJWO No SSni llfsriu37 acrII Smllr from blan ford HotiMOl four good rooms bull porch a nd Tersnds rood barn and other buildIngs In Kood well fenced acre- cuSUvstlononeacrein la fruIt trees rest In crus Uoutnt t e ult at bargain aad UII be told at bargain Close to Khool and cburcb Price 33 sere Land adjoining sold for Jl and fU Tblalaabargatn- No S lIouM and lot In Stanford HOUM oon Ulna Ore rooms Hood table and S acre of IIDe well fenced One of prettiest building Iota la town room enough In front for two other cottages or 2 torT front could be bunt to the voltage aod be made a beautiful home Will betold cheap II tbe owner must hue money No 4Two story frame dwelling 7 room ball and veranda Good garden lancing and hour la good repair For nit or rent Price muonsb No House and lot In Stanford Three rooml and front porch good garden and table Oood repair old cheep No 7House and lot In Stanford J4 torle11 rooms Good garden moke and oral house on r hoe Farm of aeree 2 mile from Stan lord on county road IS acre In cultl ration ell In pasture 21od orchard and rot to timber Two amall cottage good bun and outbulldlnp wlI watered and leoclng fairly good Place eln- bougbtetyoutpike bt II owner line In Inlilenpo Hi and must No ll land with necessary Improe onto mile fronrSUntord Dwelling has four roomi Veranda ball and porch Large barn molte boUMetc Well watered and fenced and bulldlng1 In good repair Price reatonable- NolZ Dwe111ng ohllt rooms hall and rorch outbuildings and garllo Alto tare Iwo toryitorerooniZJxW tat lower room iupj letc Water In dwelllo- gtoreroomstaocisternandwUonplate Smailiot Dalldloltl In and dwelling originally cost andatoreovtr1200 Will seU both for 1450 or wUl rent or sell aeparately No 13230 acre farm i mile of Crab Orchard Ky lirick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant hoi two barns well and spring near dwelling lam 10 high late ol cultlratlon acres river bollom land good fencing fruit etc Price 3750 an Na cre Ul00 acres ol land on Lancaster sree Un Crab Orchard opposite Spring In gnu provementaexcept 1m stock hun abundant water bulldllll11e 10 town lrtt No 15A nice cottage and lot on Lallcaslor itrwt Stanford 7 roomi good cittern etc Cott 11600 will all for Slooo- No I7A him of 1U urn near Huitoni Dwelling of eight rooms hall veranda etc One tenant hone stock barn large tobacco barn and other outbuildIngs LtlIm lid rood well yard th and water ta ever flddon the place oarm cut In seven fields ant Cnt claea land No MFarm of Crt situated near KIDp NU Ky acres In cultlratlon 99 In timberrt two good barn and outbulhingigIpd repair twelllnit comraraUn- IT new Is en0 Jarils of tree church echool pootollles and C S depot Property Da- piksand on county road and ta mod dealn arm In that aectlon W will tell the whole rrm lor ft 400 or In parcel of not lea than 80 acre to ult purchaser Tbl la certainly cheap proptrt No GFann of 75 acre near Warneabi Dwe1l1ngtgood barn eta Well In Productive lime lone land In good aeubborboodclose to acbool nd on good road Price fjO- ONoMA farm of 800 acres tn Lincoln noun Thnoe good dwellings 3 good bins and other ou Ulldlngi house barn etc about the cenur of 100 acre All on county road mile from lurch school sad Las well sad well catered Thta II a good tobacco farm and would I11It two or that families that might want to com from the same neighborhood Pike ruaaonable No asA farm of acre In Casey county Er Olle and one halt dwelling with lit room good barn and other outbuildings Blxty acre 10 miration 41 acre in timber fruit trees Gte well on county rod close to church chooletc rIce only No 56 Farm ot 118 acres in Casey county Two tory frame dwelling two good barn and olber ulbnlldlDgi In re r Splendid lobs land and In good community A bargain at 1m No 57Farm of llS acres In Casey county A two tory 8 room frame dwelling and wellinglnfaletmadlUon llama and other out On county splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc Tbla Is a d rible home Price f160 No 63 Fifty acres near Pleaaant Point ItT tame home S rooms and Barn and other itbulldlng Sacres In rultlTatlon rest In tii btr Well watered yard from pmtodcesche and church lays well on and In not munltT Price KM We hn buyer for 250 or 300 acre farm ltuated from one to for a mlles from town Also buyer for slut 100 acre ittaated from one to four mllet from town with or without ImproTementa Allo a buyer for an fi000 to 110 000 farm dote to tow- No Four houses and lots In Rowland Er- IrIce f each No 17 i acres of land near Crab Orchard- cheap No 20 Twoitory bout 9 room hallTersnd 12 acre iplendld land ailjolnlngln Stanford Irop- nTln good water and ll to buaie cll tern at door lleautlful home inc 13000 fo22 lone of fir room porch one acre lmIund and good table One rom town Prlt 1200 No 23 Farm of 115 acres 5 mUM from Stanfoi Frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches 2 lures on a kg table arid wagon abed combined the olhr an extra good Iraiue cattle abed attached llam arranged for curlnt tobacco Aho nnery smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard Yeodg In good repair well watered 2 eastern etc This farm hu occupied by a former own er and la well sad Improved It 10 mlleofposlodlce church and acbool llenU for for hall rent and li cultlrated In oorn wheat tobacco and clover Title perfect- Colt owner 3noo at county records wlU how Wuleelforr1500 Non Dwelling of4 rooms with 20 acres hnd 10 Mcreland loot ban and necessary outbuild In iiiwberrlnyImroedltklpoe ton llrice2a No26 Frame hotel Urge rooms double Teu- nw hallway Etc A large 2 tory toreroot fronlloll street 30 leet Irom hotel stain Lulu bl for welling 2 nice cottages nicely furnished pored and pelted 4 room and veranda each Large barn on tame wed aa livery table Ooo grdell Vacant lot adjoining 34 feet front 200 foet deep All of tbb property U In London lld Is a fin chance for tome one to make money DprUlor hat refuted to for too Cr- month account of health of hit wife ollir reaOn for telling proprietor desires to excbang for farm In Lincoln county ho 27A farm 001aCM In Garrard count 3 mlln from In grill tlmotbi dOTer and bluegrua except lane lelr watered springs wellpond and incline through the place The land li rich and produUhelrow temp tobacco Kewly fens N with wire and locus pats A good orchard proremtnli a twontory eight room tam deUlol wardrobe In each room pantries cello tc newly covered and painted tenant boult- barn and other outbuilding all In good condlllor In good neighborhood near church school depot ilofflce an son within 40u yard of hou- Ihls plea will be aold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary II open all the year for tho treatment of eurglcal and chronic disease and for con eultaUon Hoard and nursing shall bo cast In adranco weekly and monthly Profes Ilonal bills Sue when services are rendered nnd must tp paid prcmptly ibonev it Jeffries Livery I FoodSc Sale Stable Liberty Ky rummers Rig a specialty High Grade- BonlM and Mules bought and sold Feed- hones receive attention LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Ed Pevton sold to W D Burton a mare for 185 Ed Peytoo eold to E P Woods 15 fat hogs at So William DUQD bought or M D El moro a lot of pigs at 2c C L Crow sold to B D Holtzol come corn at 12 delivered W W Waiter bought of IL 0 Waiter some 350pound hogs at Oo Thompson Ducreoo of Madlcon rale ed 80 bushels of corn on five acres Scott Hudson has bought the good for f6100race mare Gall Hamilton M D Elmore sold two thoroughb Berkshire pigs to R E Lee Sims for 110In Moo roo county there It an apple tree which has been bearing fruit lo years Anaconda 2OU pacing told In New York for 17200 Cbaln Shot brou 5000At Woodard t1 Sbankllna sale at exington 14 thoroughbreds averajted only 109 FOR SALE 220 good owes Iood stock and In good flesh Frre k Allen Hunonvlllc Ky Fifteen hundred barrels of corn fold In the Talmago section of Mercer county at 12 In tho field John Buster of Boyle told a floo walktrot gelding a few days ago to New York party for 1000 W H Curtis sold to W B Jorvla his homo and 17i acres of laud Dear Cedar creek bridge for 11700 McClan han Bros ot Franklin sold 25 mules to J C Jackson ot Atlanta Go for 3200 an average of C12S George T Wood bought of Georlo Brown five cows at 3a and of urioul parties a carload of ISOpound hogs at icMr O U Chenault of FayeUe ha ought the Metcalf farm ol about 333 totes on tho Boonesborough road for 20000 cash and the assumption of tho axes to bo duo In 1003 Owing to the prevalence of the foot ted mouth disease among cattle aod beep In several of the New Englai States a sweeping quarantine order ba been Issued by Secretary of Agrlot ure Wilson Tho exportation ot cattle and sheep from Boston Is problbl ed until further orders W H Whaley Jr purchased 200- fat hogs at 35 to 1550 At John Sllpp ale at Cllotonvllle corn sold at 12 J D Ockerman sold 50 export cattle to Jonas Well weight 1400 pound at- 5c James E Clay bought of J D ckerman of Cane Ridge 450 brrell of corn In field at 12 121 per barrel Parla Kenturklan A largo crowd attended the tale of C L and B D Carter near Turners vllle Friday and enjoyed a splendl Inner set by those clever gentlemei iorses brought ISO cows 810 sheep e5- corn 12 10 at crib fodder 12ie hay lymouth Rock chlczens 10 per dozeD arming Implements and houaehol aod kitchen furniture sold low Homely Men There was a voting contest In Chat ham N Y The effort was not to die cover a prize baby or the wlnaomei girl but to chase to his lalrgtho homeliest man Charles II Hurtbert won by 30 votes He brooded over It until he bccami mporarlly insane and made an attack on his father woundlug the old- man seriously No man likes to feel that he rctem- sa a singed cat or that his persona pearanco la so different from that of- hili fellow as to make him a ahlnlni marlcBut personal beauty Is a femlnU- iaracterlttlc It means much la woman and to a man It la almost a drawback If he Is extra ordinarily goodlooking- Is Is often a vain fool Handsome features and brains aro seldom given tc 000 man jo through the list of Americas big braloed men who have done things In tbe field of education finance and com will find men like Hadley of- Yale Tom Reed the ox speaker who 001 garners thousands every year as New York lawyer Roosevelt Presl- dent of the United States who would not take a prize at a beauty show If be- ran 100 yardsand thousands moro bu t no pretty men- The Adonlsllke fellows seldom JO- beyond the scentednote mattnocldol man who Is equipped with plain face should study the pictures of- tbe great men of tbo world and find- oew courage How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the molheis of- Imall children to learn that croup can bo- prevenled Tho first Sign of croup Is hoarsenefl A day or two before the attack the child becomes hoarse This II- loon followed by a peculiar rough cough- GIve Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely al soon as the child becomes hoarse or- even after tho rough cough appears and II will dispel all symptoms of croup In Ihl way all danger and anxiety may be ayolded This remedy ia used by many thouande of mothers and has never been kao1fD to fall It fa in fact the only- remedy that can always bo depended upon and that Unpleasant and safe to take For- sale by Craig dl Hocker Stanford The diver dies without air to breathe The consumptive dies without lungs to breathe air or of lungs udertltlncapble 01 breathing by disease The as it flows In and out of the lungs indicates the pro weakerlessblood changes from scarlet to Oxygen is the lIfo of the blood aa blood is the lire ofI bodyThe of Dr Pierces Gold en Medical Discovery upon weak lungs is to t them to enable the full oxygenation of the blood arrest the of disease and heal the Inflamed tie sues Lung diseases have and Are being cured by beenI Medical Discovery in casts where dUPlICated cough rhage emaciation weakness and night sweats have all i to a fatal termination by con sumption tome iars I espleedread dlluaeeDnI- Umptlon write Mr ProsM of Bltka White Co lad I was confined to my room for several month my friends and neighbors had friend all hope of my recovery until one day a dtod me to ta Irene Golden Ueilkal Ulan cry and after I had taken the contents of the ccond bottle I roe After ta1dnJr six bottle I wa I honestly believe dellnnd from the grave and entirely I am now a strong and hearty man Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clogged system from accumulated Impurities LIBERTY Joe Jordon of Atlanta bought a feW Southern horses hero Monday at faIr prices GlboneyA Jeffrie told Joe Jordan a Southern horse for 176 to George Murphy of Boyle a two year old saddle gelding for 1100 to Dry o Wcathorford of Iluitonvlllo a com blned gelding for 8125 They oho bought of Jas Allen a fancy saddlo gelding for 1100 a Southern horse of S J Bell for 185 and 100 barrel or corn from Burgen Evans at II 75 delivered Cut this out and take it to Craig lockers drug torn and get a free ampo of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet the bell physic They cleanse sad Inrlgoalo the stomach Improve tho ppetito and regulae the bowes Keg lac size 25c pu box NO tflf REPORT OP TUB CONDITION THE NATIONAL lANK OF HUSTONYILL AT HUSTONVILLE 10 the State of Kentucky at the close of bovine Nov nth 1v0- 2RKSOUILCKS Loanl nd dlCIunuMUn S3I 23 iverdraftt secured and unsecured 3 7571 TS Dondl to secure clfCIIlaUonM1fbOO 00 loeii secarltln tleh J074 00 asking louse furniture sad natures 2500 00 Du Irom National flank not Ke end Agtnti DuefroID Slat Sacks and Rankers t Set Due from approved reserve agenU 5184G heebaidother cllh tens 47 4rote ol other National llinks ijjj 00 ractlonal paper currency nickels and IICentS in awful Money Retry la Dank vlf 9 yyj 00Specs in edemption fund with U S Treasurer- per cent of clr cuUlton 123 00 TOulMszIl81 U Capllallock paid In 39000- rplus 00 fund 25000 00nn t ndivided lest sad tats pld4S20illonal Rank DOtU Du to other National banks 7713 dividual dejoiiu subject to check 1JJ7IJ 21 TOlal123ln M KFNTUCKY1County a I J W Hocker cashier of the above named Dank do solemnly swear that the above stalenen true to the best of my knowledge sad belief J W IIocKU Cashier Subscribed and sworn to baton me this 29- 0Iofd Nov 1502 J P UOODK N P L C JorrectAttntEOWAKD AtcoiIL Ilunwu I Plrector JW rowan J 2788 REPORT OP TUB CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the close of butlaet Nov 2Mb 1902 RESOURCES Loan and dhcouattM I09SI7 IherJraltalaecured and unsecured 44C1 31 rirrnlillnn fti n W lreD1lulU on U S holds 2321 0- 0ttocb lecuritles etc joisi ai inkinghoutefuroltur and natures 8000 UIIIr real ettataaod nortgagetownid Inn Due front National Banks not Re serve Agent II Due Irons approved retiree genii 133 98 Inlroalltennue lamD1IeeksandotheraahItems 1974 INot ofother Nat Ranks 3930 action paper currency nickels and teat 102111 Spci I2 l2 0- 0ugal tender noteM IHJ 00 11JOl dentptlon fund with U S Treasurer cent of circulation IMO M efromStateofKyoTer paid taxes 1333V Toll 270633 LIABILI11ES stock I 0- 0SurplufundMM till 3Uadslded tipenies toes paid 513619 itlonal Dank Notes outitanding SI Due to other national banks n 11181 Due to state bank and bankers 3eo3 62 ladlvl4ual depoiit subject to check 10124 Tim certificate of deposit CJW7 0CertIfied cb kIM 111 Lubll1t1u other than those abore stated 3081 Total MfrO683GISTATE County OF IENTUCKYt as I Tno J Mc above named Bu l do solemnly wear that the above state meat is true the beu OrmT knowledge and llaf JNO J MCKOUERTB CultMr obicrlbed and worn to before me this 2Mb day 01 November 1802 W M Bright N I I O arrect Attest J a Hocriw H HAtnHrAN JIt v o 1 CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae l 1JboardsFull nnd complete stock of tho above always on hand and l arc sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robest GUNS Ammunition limiting Vests c Wo will make yon the r lowest Prices you can get for CASE Craig Hocker X1 tic 1trf rA preparation for eradicating the disagreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure euro for tho odors from perspiration on nny portion of tho body without injury to health or clothing All tho ingredients arc perfectly harmless Prepared by- weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 980000 Directors J D Paxtoo J D Owsley II Shanks WO Walker OeoJ W Carter Bucceasors to The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under tame management continuously for at years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such bnalnvus relations will prove mutually beneficial First National Bank Ot Stanford Kyr Capitol Stocki 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of tn HS8 then reorganized al the National Dank of Stanford In lSG and agaIn reortanbd va the First national Ilaik of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It la better supplied now with facIliTIes for tranuc lag promptly and well than ever before In Ita long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car porations Solicited J W PRICEProprietor Ilacksmith and Carriage Ri pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a business In both lines and satisfaction Your patronage solicited Horseshoeing at COc other work In proportion A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sill s68 acres miles from Danville Ky on the Lexington pike urn with the Improvements or one side of a county road and I on the oppoiiu Will h toll as a whole or separately In IplenJIJ- nlvhborhood schoolhouse on the farm convenient lo a water mill country store and Rural delivery There Is j distinct vrfns of water either of which would afford water In abundance besides I pools anJ Cistern at the house and turn The Improvement consist of ttwo Story brick louse with islnch walls rooms kitchen hall front ant beck porches anj ore of the best dry celUri In Kentucky under the en tire front of the bout storeroom and a number of clouts all necessary outbulldlngsbarn for 10 horses carriage house corn crib shop sheds for machinery granary Ice house at the door coal house rood or chard lArge one garden upangui bed dc A large beautiful Uwn Interspersed with fomtt trees making It oae of the roost desirable and healthy houses In Central Kentucky There Is iso acres In wheat and grass So acres for com and so acres for hemp Tie should make not payment Danville Ms a population of about no saloon on the C S R Louisville Southern Ex tfnslon a etrtalnty Central Unlvnlty for toys and Caldwell for Ilrls with a o coo bull4lnt m pro ass and atteringproapecta fur the location ol the State Presbyterian place to educate your daughters and sons all of which Is calculated to enhance the value of real estate In the vicinity Danville from M t J 40 per cent within the next s by the mot conservative minds Win be orJ on reasonable terms and worth the money The pur chaser can haY is of th wheat crop ant possession will bt slven wHbln a reasonable time This tarn lias clay subsoil uacepyblS of taking on the blIhnl stab of rojutayso bands of corn wheat per a chance ot a lifetime to gets barll ail Applyabrd tau Lyttl on Ute farm or C Ky ST1tNFORDI Officers S n SHANKS President J D OWSLEY Cashier W M rwiOIIT Asst Cashier OffJogrs J S HOOKER PretII33 JJcKOUFHT8Chr W n WEAUKN Bk- prINrantorsf V Reid Lincoln Co- B T Uarrls Lincoln Co J Hocker Lincoln Co W P Walton Lincoln Oo J II Collier Crab Orchard M n Elmore Stanford II Bangbmao Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson pebble J H Baughtnan Stanford W P Tate Stanford TREES TREES By Tho Million ti Fruit and ornamental Trees Grape Vines everythingemplor ro agents but sell direct Catalogue on phoneH k SON Lexington Ky No1 Small Farm For Self ror tale on easy terms a small Lincoln county MaryCarponlr4wellla Ice bout meat louse well and well house houlebUJrIncrib lay stock barn large tobacco barn good ten trullfinJjsooC Co K- rREMEMJ36J I That socalled cheap insurance is the dcarcet thing on earth That n dollar saved in tho pre minor may cost you a hundred in a lose That only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee indemnityThat in the Homo of New York can be relied on lease D Wearen Stanford Oarrardhoylslad