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Lry SEMkWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALI iVrvVOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 5 1902 9 A M NO 78 1j 1 NOTIGE RD THIS GRREftLLY 4The entire stock ofthe New York Store must be sold by Dec 31 Costwill not be considered The goods must be sold and money must be realized and creditors must be paid All goods left over from priceComeDry GoodsCalicoes all grades Simpson and American brands and all other brands i At lc iwr yurd- Dlcachcd Cotton worth 5 and Ge all goat 4Jc Unbleached Cotton worth 5 6 and 7c all go at 4 Jc Outing Cloth worth audGc at lc a yard 8Jo Outing Clothat OJo a yard 12Jc Outing Cloth nt 7cn yard Drees Linings at 8Jo a yard Vontal goods worth 20 and 25c nil shades at I2jc Iced table linen by the yard 1ic worth 20 and 25o Shirting cotton at 4Jo a yard Towels Gc a pair e Bed ticking nt 12Jc worth 15 and 20c a yard 1 Straw ticking at 8Jc a yard Coltouado at SAc Denim dress goalworth 121 and 15c at 8J6 Duck worth 121J and 15c at 8 Jc i Light Calicoes nt 8Jc ti Yarn hoods worth 25 and GOc all go ut 10e Gormantown Yarn worth lOc a hank at So Oil doth Shade worth 20 nud 25o at 15c Hihbou and Lace at your own price DraM Skirts worth 8175 81 CO 8125 goat 76o Ladies Woolon Capes worth 82 to 050all go at 75c Indies plush capes worth 8U to 810 oil go at 8325 Ladies Un dcwkirts worth 81 to 83 nt 76c during this solo NEWS NOTES A fire at Henderson causnd losses ei tlmatcd at S9000 A baodiomo building bloclc al Glai ROW was destroyed by The po toRlca at nreII robbed of ll00 worth A Louisville merchant bought 110 l 000 worth of stamp the other day Charles Mooro was shot to death near Moultrlo Oa i fa a quarrel over a quar terThe covcroraont building and offices with valuable map sad survey at the mouth ot the Big Sandy were burned Decry Nicolaus a millionaire brow or ot St Lout It tbs latest of the al leged Aldermanic bcodler to be placed cm trial Now York teal dealers say a storm thera that would tie up railroad Irafflo would result la the worst coal famine eyer known Fourteen deer hunter were killed and al least 11 seriously wounded dur lag tbo season In Minnesota Vlscon eta tad Michigan For the year 1DOI the mineral pro duets of the Southwest wore valued at f 170000000 It U estimated by the Southwest miners The aecreRato number of voluntary petitions In bankruptcy throughout the United State during the past year was 18374 against 17000 In 1001 The rocord of tho foot ball accidents and casualties shows 13 dead and 78 sot verolr Injured Ihli year H compared with throe dead mod 75 injured last year The decline In the price of silver It causing trouble In tho Far East and in Mexico Our trade with Oriental ports Is suffering greatly on account of the monetary situation The national banks of tbo United States have aecrogato resources amounting to 10113028012 The annual report of the Controller of the Currency says the Individual deposits this year reached the highest point In the existence of the national banking system a total of 13200271803 03 The total valuation of tbo tangible property of the railroads In Kentucky as fixed by the State Railroad Commit lion is I510U3S4 This Includes 3 150 miles ot railroad The largest assessmint on the list is the L k N 23059535 It Is estimated that at least 150 mllca of road wilt be added to the present mileage during the coming year J Ogden Armour of Chicago whose daughter was cured of congenital hip disease by Prof Adolph Lorenz has eaten foot plans for aa Institute of Bloodless Surgery which U la MM he will endow with L000000 for the treatment of similar cameo The pro paved lnltitutton will be tree of the Dr Frederlob the animal of Prof Lorenz wilt he pta U charge j Premier Sagaita of Spate has re signed Oritlsh warships have sailed for Venezuela Sir Frank Groan former Lord May or of London It dead Capt Evan Howoll wai claelod mayor of Atlanta without opposition The throe local wholesale hat firms al Memphis TenD formed a combine Two dead bodies wore found la the ruins of the lumber works fire at Boa tonA Erlck a photographer at Ash laud WAS fatally stricken with ape plexy Capt Edward K Qolton a retired capitalist shot and killed himself at St Louis Jonathan McClure for CO years fore man ot the Madison lad Courier was found dead- Thomas 0 Reed former Speaker of the Qouso U suffering from catarrhal appendicitis Joseph U Wllllimt a banker and extensive land owner of Christian county Is dead The bodies of four Negroes were found chopped to pieces with an ax near Tucker Ark The bearing of the minors side of the anthracite controversy was resum ed by the strike commission Calltn Colllni aged 15 shot and kill ed his grandfather after a quarrel over a birthday cako In Louisville Tbo Court ot Appeal awarded a now trial to Caleb Powers Justices P tyn tare White and Qobson dissenting James Uocbolle Tyler a grandson of President Tyler died al the Confider ate Soldiers Homo at Richmond Va The Goobel commission postponed until April 7 the awarding ot the con tract for a monument to the martyred governorA born to Mr and Mrs W A Clark Jr wins tbo 11000000 prize of fared by Senator Clark for bid first grandsonM Ourkbaltor and Roy Durkbal tor of near Reldsvllle Ga wore assas sinated by Negroes who are being look ed for by posses A report from Guatemala City says the Coroner decided that William A Fitzgerald who was killed by Godfrey Hunter Jr was shot from behind Kid Carter of Brooklyn knocked out Peter Maher in tho second round ot what was scheduled to bo a sixround bout at the Penn Athletic Club Phil adelphia Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected puts Is better than a plaster for a lame back and for pain in the side or abjHt Pain Balra has no superior as a lisimeat for the relief of deep Mated musoalar aad rheumatic pale For sale by Craig A Ileeker Stanford R Clothing 3Jilcna Cheviot Suits black and blue worth 85 nt 8250 Mens Heavy Weight Suits worth 85 and 87 all go at 84PO Mcnu 89 and 812 Tailor rndc Suits at 8626 Our 815 and 818 Suits will go during this sale nt 8845 Youths Suits three pieces sites 14 to 19 years at 105 Boys Suite wortb 87 and 89 at 8410 Childrens Suits worth 1and 82 for JOe Joys Knee Pants all sizes at Iftc Mend Overcoats all shads nud sizes worth 84 nail 8SJat 8200 Mons Overcoats worth 80 87 and 88at 8305 Ilnglans Meltons worth 810 and 812 all go at 8575 Mons Overcoats genuine Denver shades blue and black worth 811and 1815 at 8755 Mens ULtors storm collars worth 8and Jat 8490 Boys Overcoats from 8125 on up liens Corduroy Pants light and dark shades north 8175 to 8250 all go at 8130 Mens Jeans Pants at 45u Mens every day pants worth MM and 8175 nl 05c Mons Pants worth 82 and 8250 at 8135 Mens Pants worth 83 and 8150 at 82 tl ShoesMens ovary day shoos at 95c Mens extra heavy shoos worth 150 to 82 all go ut 8125 Mon e high top shoes worth 82 to 250at 8150 LANCASTER Several fishermen have been fined 125 for seining In Dlx river Jas I Hamilton shipped 21 horses this week to a southern market Dr and Mr Wm Buroctto have taken rooms with Mrs Mary Fox H G Price of Danville bought a fine bird dog of W A Prlco for 125 The Ladles Ald Society will open their exchange tom rro at the post oQlco Tho city council boB a heated meet Ing at the police courtroom Monday evening Mr llalllo Offsley obtained a di sotto from Letchor Owsley at this term of court Mr Colby Jenkins recently fell from his barn loft and suffered a severe shock and many bruises A thrifty Lancaster gardener had a bountiful dish of fresh green butter beans the let of December Mr Joshua Dunn of Brodhead but a former Garrard man Is hero In con nection with some lawsuit The 14monlbaold child of Mr and Mrs Villa Speaks died Tuesday and the burial took place Wednesday otter noon Mls Adella Prewllt and Charles Croucher both ot ibis county were married ut the Mason Hotel Wednes day EU A R Moore officiating Miss Katharine Egleston a noted and talented reader of current and classic literature will glvo ono of her Inlmttabla entertainment here on the llth Miss Myrtlo Ray daughter of Representative Wm Ray of Buckeye and Porter Wcaron of the same section drove to Ntcholasvllla Thursday and were united in marriage Rev and Mrs W W Akere of Memphis are expected to arrive the first of the week Rev Akera will be gin a protracted meeting at the Pros bylorian church Monday evening The cottage prayer meeting held in MIsaTlllella storeroom was quite a success with 41 in attendance Including three preachers There wero 40 women to four men At this ratio What shall the harvest be The marriage ot Mlsa Katie Bishop and Mason Miller which was to hays occurcd several weeks agowas consuoi mated Tuesday at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Alex Bishop Tho open session of the O W B M was the moat successful yet held Six wall prepared papers were read and the following visitors were present Miss Anne Shanks Mesdamaa Shanks and Cook of Stanford Dunn and Leav ell of Hryantsyllle The eases occupying the greater part of the week in ooart are the eel tletaeat of the Win JOBBSOD estate which has bees for eomallme IB litiga fe ILion and has accrued from life policies amount of 50000 or more and the cult of George Smith against the estate of the late Mrs Parke of Upper Garrard for unpaid services as berioverseer and manager of her Tbo examination of witnesses still coo tinues In the latter case at the tlmo of this writing J R Harris of Turnersvllle is the guest of Mr E W Harris Mr Wet taco Wharton of Keene has been the guest of Miss Mettle Thompson Mcs dames A R Moore and R E McRob erts and MIsrSalllo Elkin will attend the C W B M reception given in Stanford tomorrow afternoon In honor of the State president Mrs Ida W Harrison MATRIMONIAL Moro couples were married last Thanksgiving than were ever known Jesse S Flgg of Liberty and Miss Ella Cora Looney of Danville were married Wednesday David Bruner and wife of Mercer have lust celebrated the 74th anniver sary of their marriage Col Gooch and Miss Estella Lee the pretty daughter of John L Lee were married Wednesday Edgar Needham of Boonevllle and Miss Margaret Powell of Junction Cl ty were married al Danville J T Thompson a widower of 27 and Miss Nona May Singleton 18 ware made ono at Rev Nathan Singletons Joseph Smith of the Mor church No polygamous marriages he says bavo occurred since 1800 Mr and Mr Edward H Fox of Danville announce the engagement of wedding will occur In January CHURCH MATTERS A Baptist revival conducted by Rov W B Nowlln closed at Winchester with 58 additions The Methodist Womens Foreign Missionary Society has raised 447530 this year an advance of 850740 over last year Bishop Seymour of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of Springfield III recommend that the name of the church bo changed to the American Catholic Church The church bo states has never protested and to car ry the gospel to other countries under Its present name is misleading The depeatiora of the defunct Logan County Bank have agreed to take 75 ontson the dollar and a settlement npon that basis will be made a hens high top shoes worth 83 to 8350 at 8198 liens fine shoCl vici kid box rolf worth 83 350 84aU at 8108 Ladies heavy winter shoes worth 8125 8150 at 08c Ladies fine shoes worth 8150 at fOe Ladies fine shoes worth 8175 and 200 nt 8125 Ladies fine shoes worth 250 and 300 at 82 Childrens shoes sizes 8 to 12 winter weights worth 125 at 75 e e Gents of FurnishingGoods 250 dozen lIens Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear worth SOc and 75c a garment in this sale go at 35c Mens fine Shirts worth 50 and 75c at 40c Mens Hosiery black and tan worth 15c for 7Jc Mens Handkerchiefs 2 for 5c Mens Neckwear worth 50c and 75c all go at 2 aITrunks and Valises at your own price Mens Gloves from 20c on up tSTThis sale will not mat long Como early before the goods arc pickri ed over Remember the place Next Door to The Lincoln County National I The New York Store Stanford Ky I tiMueller Mlul8llpplI TuesdayPresident polygamyis GeorgoNowton Bank fri t t t tiA R Ijfor BIISIICSSJ 4tThe right business suit for the average man is ono which wears well and fits well and doesnt II Cost TOO MUCH SfjBf x If that is the kind Jnt you can get Irhere II T1ADEATr I Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing x Your money back it youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KB 1 I c f t t i t B No1 Small Farm For For sale on term a small Lincoln county dwelling k house nut house will and well house fruit house cb kken house buggy bn3 coal and woos house big table corn crib large stock km large tobacco ban Toot ten u r Sudden Changes Of temperature have killed people and thats why your stove le Important Coles Original Hot Stoves Keep the temperature even The house is always tho same day and night This Is because they burn all the fueland radiate nil the host THEFIREISNEVEROUT SOLD BY Hiqgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKYIISalt MaryCarpentergoolcelluotelllkanj fruitI Blast A Word To You I del1ro to thank ny good patroaa who have given mo a liberal share of their work and I ask a continuance of same My stop willingto hebv and at pride WALTER FIBLD3 TorawavUle Ky r t fI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C WALTON rEH H HENNINGER 01 W7D County li a candidate for Bute Tnoal tint subject to the scttonDf the Democratic put ROBERT HARDING of DsnTllle li a candidate for Circuit JudJtelub Ject to the action of the Dtmocntlo party CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer U a candidate OommoiwwUlh At torneyln this the ISth judicial district ubJct to the action ofthe democntlo party MF NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination tor Rtpreuntatlve of Uncoln county subject to the tlon of the party TOE presidents message to the 67tb Congress while not disappointing II hardly up to the average of hla public r documents The most Important top lea treated on are the tariff and tbe trusts He Invites Congress to enact further statutes for the regulation of f trusts and also to appropriate a fUDd for the enforcement of existing statute8 dealing with the combinations Hla t own remedy of constitutional amend ment he retires to the position of Ian resort After enunciating bis faith In a protective tariff be suggests two methods of partial revision where aoy particular case seems to demand It- t reciprocity treaties and revision by Congress acting on the finding of Its own committees or a special committee economic experts A cautious read yof of financial legislation wlth a view to producing a more elastic cur wuoy tystem Is advised but no partlc o ular plan Is suggested The admin tratlon of our colonial possessions II commended as well as the work of tbe American army In the Philippines A t reorganization of the army and militia Is recommended A further Increase In the naval establishment especial tJB the matter of officers Is asked Congressman Gilbert says of tbe menagelOb la well worded and ex ceedlngly moderate In tone It covers the usual subjects treated In former messages The moat prominent feature Is the ardent effort to serve two maa ten the people and the trusts He I manifests a desire to crush the bad trusts If any such exist but Insists tbat a reduction of the tariff Is not the rem edyDEMOCRATS should bear In mind that at 2 oclock tomorrow Saturday afternoon conventions will be held in every precinct In Lincoln Boyle Garrar and Mercer counties for the purpose of rexpresllng a choice for nominees for i circuit and Commonwealths attorney They should alto remembe that Judge M C Saufley and Mr JobD t Sam Owsley Jr have proven the J eternal fitness for these offices are true democrats and are gentlemen who beat ant republicans who may bob Ibluefor the offices Nominate thesi In the balance and found not officers again and justice will i be administered and the Commonwealths interests looked after for si x more years by democrats who knot their business t tDISGUSTED like the most of us are with the Australian ballot business the Chicago Chronicle says Until a voting machine more perfect than any now In use Is Invented and thorougb- htesteda machine that will be conve anent save time be absolutely accu- rater in the count and be absolutely secret for the protection of the voter we had better return to the viva voce t method which Is the next best thing to a perfect machine the bill Introduced In the Virgin tIF ura by Dr R R Ware of county becomes a law and the chances are that It will not sweet hearts cannot kits each other without a physicians certificate pronouncing them free from all diseases without paying from II to 85 for each oscula tlon Should this silly bill become a law It will be broken more frequently than any other law on the Old Domin Ilons statute books FEW people can realize the extent of our northern possessions Alaska is at large aa 10 states like Iowa In other words Alaska placed on the map of f the United States would cover In whole or In part 23 states and territories and the western third of Lake Superior would reach from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from Canada to Mexico A grand territory of 500000 square mile A great country Indeed le this i A PROMINENT clergyman strongly urges all young men who contemplate entering the ministry to learn some trade either before or after their or dination He has examined the eta tittles of the various protestant denom inations and has been appalled by the number of ministers who aro without a charge t A WESTERN paper facetiously roof marks The pre ldeat did cot succeed In his Mississippi bear bunt but look I at the second crop of potatoes In Illl 4lIols Under no administration have been greater crops than Mr f Roosevelt by his energy and foresight t has produced for ui Ibis year t J Jl 14hJ THE Negro vote In South Carolina II not much greater than the prob1bltloo vote In Kentucky la fact tbe colored brother hag almost given up voting en tlrely Thousands who are qualifiedI electors having registration do not go to the polls The canVaBa of returns In the secretary of states omce shows that In the six congressional dll trlcta where republicans were nom1l1a ted there were 742 votes polled for those candidates on November 4th There Is no a single Negro member of the legislature now and for the Drat time since bo was given the ballot 00 one Is holding office of any kind In 1874 tbe legislature was composed largely of Negroes and photograph 01 that body and the present furnlsl a striking contrast THAT splendid paper the Somerset Journal is now being published semiweekly Brer Campbell Is upto date in everything and U far ahead of tbe procession In the newspaper bUllnera In the eleventh district TUB Danville News snowed much enterprise In printing the preldent1 message in full before a good many dallies did so To The Democrats or Lincoln County After mature consideration I bave decided to yield to the solicitation of- my many democratic friends to become a candidate for Reprosentatlye in next Legislature of Kentucky In are riving at this conclusion I have no- been actuated by my own personal tereal but alone by a desire to do wieh and will of my party If nominated and elected I shall ask be democratic members of the next House of Representatives to do me and ray county the honor of electing me Speaker of the House Respectfully M F NORTU POLITICAL A postoffice tae been established at Canton Clay county with Geo HallI postmaster Rev W H Milburn tbe blind chap Senate has tendered hla reallrnatlonIThe House passed the bill approprl atlnl 850000 to bear tho expenses of tbe miners strike commission the Tbe decrease In the public debt for month of November was 141044 Tbe excess of Government receipt over expenditures waa 1558744 The commission of B W Bradburc of Bowling Green as Judge of theI Warren Circuit Court to luccee Judlre W E Settle was signed Wed nesday by Gov Beckham Revision of the tariff la opposed molt of the republican leaders In ConI gren and tariff tinkering and anti trult legislation are believed to be doomed to bear no fruit at the abort lIeulonTbe appellate court in rendering a dectelon sustaining the lower court In- the CombsEversole contest for tbe of flce of judge of Perry county says A- more flagrant disregard of the election- lawl by officers and voters generally can hardly be Imagined The Senate Committee on Torrltorlc reported a partisan measure providing for the admission of Oklahoma and 10- dlan Territory to the Union as a slngli State under the name of Oklahoma Tbe claims of Arizona and New MexlI co to Statehood were rejected by teIcommittee SVIends of tbe Bon Finley Shuck and Judge Reeves of Lebanon held a conference and It was decided tbat- Sbuck should make the race for the mocratlo nomination for circuit judge without opposition from Judge Reevea Judge Rcovea baa acquiesced ID the decision Judge W S Pryor tbe Hon Lewis McQuown and Judge John A FulLon- will represent tbe Democratic State Executive Committee In the injunction lult filed by Committeeman Meacham Tbey will offer and argue a motion for the dissolution of the Injunction before- CIrcuit Judge Cantrlll at Frankfort Oecember 10 THIS AND THAT Dr Ellis Duncan who shot Bruce- Head Is out on ball at Pltt burg 10 the court of appeals the Common wealtb asked for a rehearing In tbe- case of Caleb Powers In a fire at the Lincoln Hotel Chlca CO 14 lives were lost Most of the vlc- time died from suffocation latest Information from Guatemala II hat 3000 persons wore killed by the eruption of Santo Maria volcano At Castleberry Ala J Stubba sbot- and killed his mother and then com- mltted suicide No cause la known J L Reeder a Plneyllle attorney- and Miss Birdie daughter of Milton- DeaD of Bell wore married yesterday William M Goldsmith keeper of the L N bridge at Frankfort U miss In and it Is believed that bo either f llinto tbe river or was murdered Tbe death of George F Leyh wealtby manufacturer of Brooklyn beHeved to have been caused by polson- placed In a bottle of beer by some unknown person Tbe president has denied the appll cation for pardon of J M McKnlght convicted of embezzling funds of tbe German National Bank of Louisville whUe Its president r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IJ W Jenkinsdance near Har rodoburtf burned Mrs Harriet Measlck widow of Samuel Messlck and one of tbe oldest rell dents of Danville la dead Drillers for the Pioneer Oil Company have truck a CO barrel well iD Knox county near the Laurel line Bernard Aldorson aged 14 died near McAfee Mercer county from woundl accidentally Inflicted while hunting Wm London of Lawrenceburg wal found deed In bed Acute alcohoHam U supposed to have caused his death Hugh Coleman an ez CoDfederate soldier dropped dead In RlcbmQnd while on his way to the COD federate HomeDr W J Woodruff of Columbus Junction Iowa has located at Jucctlon City for the practice of medicine and surgeryR Wathen of Lebanon W81 elected president of the Kentucky 0111 tillers Association succeeding John B Thompson of Harrodsburg The Garrard grand jury returned 22 indictments including ono for manslaughter against John C Slier for killing Dr O E Pontz at Paint Lick A number of gentlemen have under consideration the erection of a big flouring mill at Junction City Mr James D Shelby la one of the promo ten Another gusher with an eltlmatcd capacity of 200 barrels hat been ItruclC In the Knox county oil field The well lion Hurricane creek a tributary of Little Rtcbland The life of R B Barnett of New rleana was saved at Danville by a tick He had fallen under a train and but for the kick would have been round to plecea Gov Beckbam has postponed the anglng of Frank Lewis at Barlan ourt house until December 12 on account of the sheriff not having prepare ed a scaffold for the execution A dispatch from Danville to tbe Courier Journal says that Mrs Jeffer Ion Cocbran of Casey has lost ber mind on the subject of religion and haa been sent to tbe Lexington Asylum A wreck on the Cincinnati Souther near Sunbrlgbt was very serious In Ita insequences Two men were killed and five Injured Thirty care were burned Included in this number wero te mall and express cart tbe total intents of both tbolng consumed by areIn the Federal Court at London J McKenna and J B Ryan were set tenced to two years each In the pent ntlary on the charge of preventln egrocs from voting in Lexington In 1900 They were also fined 1200 each ixlngton democrats htvj made up 82500 with which to secure another trial CRAB ORCHARD Mr Hugh Logan moved Into tb lannon cottage this weeic J R Edmlston Is receiving a nice lot Christmas goods to the delight of- the children It U our moat sincere wish that pastor will be called to tbe Chrlstlai cburch next year They have a good Sunday School with Dr Doores and WeIll to lead It Mr Morris of Junction City casble our now bank was a guest at th Beazley Hotel Mr Haielden of Lan caBLer came over to finish the tin worn on the bank Mrs Brooks of Brod- head was the guest of Mrs Sam Ta temRev J M Bruce began a protracted meeting at Whites School Bouse on Tuelday night He will preach at the Baptllit church here Saturday Tblll- wUl end his pastorate for tbe year but 0 hope he will be called and accept It- for the next year The little eon of Mr Jeff Holman has- been quite Ill Miss Lula McClure who has been at Joseph Price Inflrma ry at Stanford came bomfi Monday Mlues Annie Bronaugb Pearl and- Clara Collier a trio of Crab Orchard beautlea visited Stanford last week Tbomaa Pettus has returned from vllit to his brother Lew Pettus at- Berea Pbll Pettus baa moved to Cln teat to live He has a good job- there Miss Addle Holmes Is vlsltlnj Mr McRoberta at Junction City Wale ter Cover has been appointed rcpre sentatlve for the Standard Oil Co- Mra Jane Reece who has been 111 ao- long la Improved sufficiently to be at- work again DR FENNERS iDNEY an- dBackache OfXldDeyaCUREBladder Dont become discouraged There ta a cure for you It necessary write Ur 1cnnci 11u bas spent a llfo time curing Just lucll cues aayour All consultation free 3ght months In bed heavy backacho- pain and soreness across kidneys also beu- matlm Other remedies failed Dr Eon- sner Kidney and Backache Cure cured mo- complotely II WATERS Hamlet N DruggltlI8c II Ask for Cook Book Free STYITUSDANC rKi Sure Care Circular Dr Fenner FredoalaN1 J gr SC t e 4 S it S a i1ee S ys=1s SSsits i- ti a eee a ND LEADERS i t i Special Bargain Prices on cold weather snaps i t- Mt I I 25 pin ca light and dark outings good weight nt 5c per yard 15 pieces light nnd dark outings wido and heavy wgrth lOo nt 8Jc per yard Good weight Canton flannel special price nt 60 per yard Extra sizo comfort oil calico covered nt 98o each Ladies heavy outing under skirtant 24c i Childrens heavy llecccdlincd underwear 24o Viieach rihbcxl underwear at 25c garment i Ladies 25c ribbed underwear at 15o garment 38inch all wool broadcloth all color at boo r per yard Coynnl S l 1- i Owing a large we forced to dupli ii t cate on every in with the e Rready money we fortunate enough to buy I i some fine in we give you your of profit f THE GRAND LEADER f LEVY 8 B LEVY 1 y t e e j4 i j4 y rjS e e iR HAIR BALSAM brantlfiM Ihe Pnotetn S huvHMl mlk KTr T Orgy 110VOUhtWl Uatr to lor caoasawsaJbsrrr Iitl FOR RENT My store recently occupied by Wm Severance Will rent toroneormoreyearJ FOR RENT situated on I desire to rent property consultown LcWtlegkitchen smokehouse chicken house coal boula Ur and a good stable and 10 acre of land 2 hydrant one In tho and and one for Ilock door forcombined nearwell cistern Said property In mod repairJASP BROWN 8 BROWN Attornoys fat IaW Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all StaLe Courts alao In United State and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan thomums and Roses nson abort notice Beddln and Vegetable Plants of all kindInacawo Phone 39rlng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanto- nPOSTED I We whose names appear below strict forbid bunting fishing or any kind of treaspsslng on our and will prose cute to the full extent of the law J Nevln Carter P W Caller James McCormaclc J F Goner Mrs Maggie Illbb Jame N Cash Mn J M James Meisrr Alex Traylor Tom Stone Miss Mattle Joseph Ballou J W Baughman B T W H Dndderar M P Lawrence J T Blngaman W 1 Grimes Mrs JIalcona A IUce Mrs Mary U Givens J Uocber Peter Barmor W E Amon A U Root E T Pence Ceo O Hopper George Holmes Ira Mary unman John II Foster A P Pendleton To the Consumer I outHiggins k Bites th coal dealer we aro now to furnlsl the people of Stanford and lurroundlnj country best brands of coal at thi lowest market price for cash Farmers wi will take your and corn In cxchangi for coal at market price We wild your trade and atcoallhouse rout money Order phone 41 or Boonea livery stable No 08 Boone do Dunavant STPHFORO KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private tale property Ituated on tho north of Main and on eut lid at College street In Ky consisting of and livery stable and vacant lot This property II well arranged for hotel or boarding house and ivory table on tame a nice livery barn 65x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and va ant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property Is well arranged for nrtva e residence ands rented tor that If you want good paying proportyin Hlutonylile- ali on or address D B Huston tills Ky Full ynrd Wide bleach cotton nt New Iip hip corsets nl 08eIhens jeans pants nil wool ht inc Mens corduroy pants heavy weight ntlCO v4Mens fine suits at 208 500 ibO 81000 VXv- nnil 81250 tMens Otto overcoats nt 8208 8500 8700 fjiV 81000 81200nUll 81500 llovs suits from 89c up to 8500 t Ladies fine dress skirts nt 8100 8125 8200 8300 8400 and 8500 Mens winter weight underwear nt 26 35 50o vij and 8100 ilHeavy blnnkcU nt G5 85c 8100 8125 8150 fup to 8500 vV I e to trade were line our house and were f BARGAINS Come will share our HAYS Props ManRPor arj toy the the Goal tho the guarantee my Hustonvllle now Carpenter THE Spirit of Xmns should stir tho Riftbuying desire andaprompt nn early visit to our store There is n wolf selected stock of WATCH ES CHAINS AND CLOCKS beautiful pieces in SILVER exquisite I pieces JEWELRY such as BROACHES RINGS ETC ETC W t We FURNITUREStanford t That suits for EVERYBODY Odd Dressers Washstands and Beds that fold Wood and Iron Center Tables Dining Tables and Chairs Elegant assortment of Rockers Bed Lounges Box Couches Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloth Wall Paper Building Paperand PicturesIFramed to ORDER C CARPENTER IKy In this space next issue W L McCarty the Kingsville Merchant will tell about the enormous Christmas Stock he will open soon t L r yn THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Iic 5 1002 ID filling your prescription wo uio proporbonenot do bettor If yon paid ui doublo the price which le always reasonable Pen J l ye Drug Store I PERSONALS Mns JOIN LUTES Is visiting In Lex Incton 4MISS LINDA MILLER ot Danville II hero with friends JOE MOALIBTKR JR wont to Rich t inAIRSc was cMRday with his father here MRS T C WILLIS and little Nancy aro visiting In Richmond Miss MAUDE BEST of the West End Ip with Miss Abblo Lutes Miss LIZZIE DAVISON has returned from a visit to Louisville friends Miss SUE WONER has timed to the jJJInto a cottage on Whitley Avenue jafromHON L RBICHERT of LoulsTllle was hero yesterday and today on bustad ness MRS C MOULEY of the McKlnnay section Is visiting relatives In Louts Mlle MESSRS JOHN H MEIER and Henry Jackson were here from Danville Wednesday MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Orch ard spent several days with her son T C Willis MR J H DlLTON of Drodhead was t hero Tuesday IIo brought us a now jMRnatl and his wlfo and children to ML 1 Sterling yesterday Miss KATHBRINE WALKER of Per rvllle who has been with Mtis Dell Poland returned homo yesterday MRS ANNA D VANARSDALE camo up from narrodiburp yesterday to visit her daughter Mrs H J McRoborts Miss JEAN BUCHANAN of Crab Orchard was here Wednesday returnI lair from a house party at Winchester THE two sons of Mr J O OoodpaI tor of Highland aro both Ono has typhoid and tbo other malarial foyer i MRS E P OWSLEY and Miss Mattle Hays Owsloy arrived Wednesday from Columbus Oa to see Mrs Maria Con ner who Is IllaMRS S 1 t Brooks of Crab Orchard leave to morrow for Atlanta to spend the waste- with Mr John R Brooks 1MRS DR STEELE BAILEY returned t Wednesday from St Louis where Ibo had been with her daughter Mrs Dr J C P Darvlclle for some weeks MR FRANK LEE of La Grange succeeded Mr N H Allen M prescrl tion clerk In Pennys drug store Mr Allen and wife left for Memphis Tues day Dug J F PEYTON J O Carpenter 1of this place and Cbaso and Steele of Junction City operated on Dr Will Dunn of Sbelby CIty for necrosis tbe other day The patient was doing well at last accounts DR D G ALLEN taking a post graduate course In surgery In Chicago will be joined by Mrs Allen for a visit before his return OilSamuel Ow ens of Stanford was In the oily Sun day returning from Cooper oil field whero bo bos been engaged at nursing j si Journal a good prospect for oil Somerset LOCALS WEDDING presents at Mueller SEE our lamp before you buy FarI rls Cu- DonT toeoo oar Holiday UooI Monday Farris k Co ATTEND B Greens eel9near May r wood tomorrow Saturday WE havo brightened our cloak stoc with some swell garments Soreranco it Sons MRS CATHERINE SMITH of Kings vlllo has been granted a pension of IIS per month CHRISTMAS Is less thenthroe weeks jL off and tho children have already got It In their bones MR J D BRIGHT has sold the fa Dawsons Water Mill to Mr Sam 1moul Thurmond pay special attention to chil drens shoes Seo us before buytn Severance L Sons DONT waste money on trashy goods Our Holiday line embraces beauty and worth John P Jones THE young men will glvo a awe 11ed hop Christmas night at Waltons Opera House Slebert of Loylsvllle will furnish mush Tine board of supervisors for the olty of Stanford completed their labors Tuesday They have set Tuesday out jo hear complaints i CHRISTMAS presents at Mueller LOSTA 110 bill Liberal reward FOUND Pair noso glasses This of flee SOME beautiful vases Far vie it Co SEE W H Mueller ad on our second pogo ELEGANT preyXmas now on sale John P Jones DIOOE8T lino of Holiday goods wo over handled Farris Co STOREROOM and warehouse full of cheap medium and tine furnlturo Prices to suit all J L Bearloy is Co OlirruARiES 10 under serted free of charge but for over length wo Invariably charge five per line STOREROOM at ovule for rent Splendid stand for goats furnisher or furnlturo and undertaking James Frye Hustonvllle Ky I HAVE a few opening bats on hand that I will glvo any ono a great bargain In Now Is your chance to Jet your at the very lowest prices Mrs Brown WILL colored was placed In il yesterday by Marshal Jones on tho arge of stealing laths from tbo pub lie school building Mr Jones search him and found a silver fork which the owner can got by calling at this ofllco and proving property BURNEDOUTOur Idfriend and former countman Dan A Twaddle writes us that during a flea at Corbln Monday night isle hotel and restaurant went up In smoke Ho and his wife lost everything they had except the clothes they wore This Is pretty tough on big hearted old Dan NEWS has just reached hors of the of Junlus Rochester which oc at Seattle Washington last week Mr Rochester was born In Lin cola county but wont West some 25 or more years ago Mr Rochester was dean of tbo University Law School at Seattle until a fox months ego TilE reception given by tho Misses Alcorn In honor of Mr and Mrs H Rowan Saufloy Wednesday evening was ono of the swollen social functions Stanford has bad In many a day oome eight or 10 couples were present and all spent a most delightful evening The dinner of eight courses was a gem of the culinary art and It was heartily en JoycdFOILEDEUh skins got s sentence In Doll county for murder nd who Is hero for safekeeping while the court of appeals ions his case was himrt Ho was sawing for dear lIfo when tho jailers attention woe attracted A search of Hosklns cell was made and a wrench a file and a piece of steel were found He refuses to toll whore ha got toolPHON M F NORTII wbo has rep resented Lincoln county In the Leg islature several terms announces to- ro r aominatlon In this issue Ho states In a card elsewhere that If nominated and elected ho will be a candidate for Speaker of tbo next louse There Isnt a bettor democrat la tbo county than Mr North sod our people know full well the kind of representative ho hoe heretofore made With his good record and his fitness for the office bo will certainly prove a formidable candidate It mottoes not wbo enters tho arena Peacockta a Qustonvlllo died at tbo Confederate Homa at Pewee Valley Wednesday night sad will bo burled In the flue tonvlllo Cemetery at 10 oclock this morning nil wife wbo was a daugh ter of the late Matthew C Portman of this place preceded blm to the grave number of year but a daughter Miss Cora Peacock and two sons Port and Thomas Peacock survive tho kind and indulgent father Mr Peacock was a splendid man and all wbo know rke grot was ono substantial citizens financially and of erwise for years but mot with rever sea and died almost penniless Peace to the ashes of the good man acd gallant old oxConfederato soldier LET thoso Stanford women who doubt their husbands sincerity and look upon their eyery act with cusp don profit by reading the following from the Lexington Democrat A Fs otto woman suspected that her huebno- wan In the habit of kissing the hired girl and resolved to detect him In the pargg quietly j girl was out and the kitchen was dark The jealous wlfo took a few matches In her hand and placing a shawl over her head as tho hired girl often did enter the back door and Immediately she was seized and kissed and embraced In an ardent manner With heart almost bursting the wife prepared to adminis ter a terrible rebuke to the faithless spouse and tearing herself away from Ole fond embrace she struck a match and stood tone to face with the hired man i o SOME nice piece la Havelln do Gos Foods Ferris Co- onPLACE your order at for holiday pictures at Miss Sacrays FARMERS Please return our sacks or call and softie for them J H Baugbman Co TilE city council lastnight but with the exception of allowing a fowji claims no business was transacted TilE weather Is still behaving badly Snow an loch deep covers the earth geezerdapWE are ready to pay ailclaims If you dont call and pay your taxes your property will be advertised M S Baughman S L CfaJ K CHRISTIAN Is paying high prices for turkeys He will close on the 10th All who bavo turkeys left bring them In and strike tho good mar teat MR W L McOARTy of Klngsvllle who probably does more business than any other men In the county begins an advertisement with us this Issue Read It each Issue HEPRESENTATIAE Gilbert has introduced a bill providing for pension of 130 per month for John D Myers of tbo Kentucky volunteer Infantry Mr Myers lives In this county ALL the gentlemen the Christian church are requested to send a contrl Jdaytlons thankfully received Dont fall to help a good cause WE will bavo our grand holiday opening Tuesday next You are cor dially Invited lobo present and see our handsome line of Havelln Gorman Tiffany Austria and French China A good band will furnish music for our opening Farris Co MRS HARRISOX president of the Kentucky C W B Mwill deliver an address on Woman Debt to Million Sunday evening In the Christian church at 7 oclock All who aro In cordiallyInvhed GOOD morning naTo you read tho presidents message Well wager that you have not and will further wager that not exceeding B dozen peoplo In tbo good county of Lincoln will wade through tbo column altar column of It It Isnt bad reading however but bard ly as Interesting as a lovo story DEMOCRATS of Lincoln Do at your voting precincts at 2 oclock tomor row Saturday afternoon and voto for Judge loft C Saufley for circuit judge and Jobn Sam Orrslev Jr for Com monwealth attorney You know bow well they have filled three offices and It Is your duty as democrats to endorse them Go to the polls promptly at 2 oclock and vote JAMES DOCKER hasbeen sentenced to hang Jan 0 for tbo murder of his wife keeps In good spirits an doesnt let the thought of his rapid approaching doom trouble him When told that Gov Deckbam had sot the dot for his hanging be said Oh guess not My attorney sirsGeorg Saufley Is attending to my case and bo- Is not going to let me hang that soon If at all- DARN e BURNED George L Carpe n tars barn on his West End farm sire ed Wednesday afternoon Mr W Routen lives on his farm and had eta ed In the barn several car loads of hay a lot of corn and farming Implements ills loss wlllbe about 1300 or 1400 with toets on barn This makes the second barn Mr C has lost by tire In the last four year The origin of the flee Is un known MEDICAL Protective League No convened at Dr J G Carpenters flee at 2 I M Tuesday Dr Evans of Riley Is president of this league and Dr George Thornton of Lebanon Is secretary The physicians present worn Drs Steele and Chase of Junc floe City Pitman of Parksvlllo Hop Batleyhter of Stanford and the officers came above The object of the meeting we explained by both the president a the secretary All the doctors present joined tbo league which Dr Carpenter says Is for the benefit and blessing of humanity Dr Pitman opdo the dl cunlon on Lobar Pneumonia Its Et sodd and scientific paper The sub jcct was discussed at length by 1r Bailey Carpenter Thornton Coo Chase Steele Hopper and Evans Dr Steele Bailey by Invitation read on Medical Melange and It was discussed by Drs Carpenter Evans an Thornton Dr George Thornton was lubJectPuerperal sonted and was later discussed by Dr Carpenter Evans and Cook The most interesting meeting adjourned and tho AL Ds repaired to T Chenault where a banquet given by the Lloca County Medical Society was greatly enjoyed A verdict for given John B Henderson of Virgil against S4 Clair county Mo l ID a suit on railroad bandy Issued 30 years anti FOR SALE IhreddedfodderHave an excellent place to feed and want aboveatE O SINGLETON Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALEI I desire to sell my farm of 100 acres loca LickStationly halt of which is In cultivation the re goodrouthouses Well watered by cistern spring ImallflllmW OIVENS Stanford Ky J W PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a general business In both lines and patronageAll other work In proportion PUBLIC SALE willllSATURDAY DEO t 1002 properyTwo 2 surreyandhonecornof fodder some household and kitchen fur nlturo Terms made known on day of sale IyColTray lor Rice DULCRfl Ins WHIsku Brandy Wines Beer Glflars Etc II KYOloePrompt anpoultl attention Nothlnr but the tea recelvoromrialtentJon PUBLIC SALE On Saturday December 27 ICrllterpcKtoftlcepers and flvo miles south of Onb Orchard yeanoldyears old 2 good milk cow e steers 2 tat s goespringgon heroes new ono horse wheat drill new hay rake 100 bushels corn lot of potatoes dlfterantkindsmnletaodhaylargo COTeraheatingposeof other chairs baby cradle small table oatsnmenton fate begins at 10 oclock goodpanother tract of land of 85 acres adjoining above damagedI eCeLand will be sold on reasonable tarot madekuowllJEWORVT71YJ Call of the Democratic Commit JudicialrDistrictT- hebemocratlc0ommltteootthelOlhJn dlclal District tot Kentucky at a meeting of said committee held In the city of followingDcuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney laid district to be voted for at the Novem ber election 1003 lit The democratic voters of the district are requested to meet at their several vot log precincts In tho district on the 8th day of December at 2 oclock P They will countyf11fOCeedtovention each precinct being entitled to elect one delegate for each 100 votes or fraction of 100 over 50 cast for tho democratic can presldentlalcast 100 votes In said election said precinct shall nevertheless be entitled to at least one delegate to said county convention AI ternates shall alto bo elected to take the unabledsaid precinct meeting shall certify the re chairmand2nd The delegates to each county con ventlon shall meet at the courthouse of their respective counties on Dec 100and shall bo to order by their respective county committee chairman and after elect proceedI qInvotes Onward county to 7 votes Lincoln county to 0 votes sari Meter county to 0 votes that being their relative strength as democratickSaid delegates when they assemble shall be called together by tho chairman of the democratic committee for this judicial dis trlct to whom the returns from the county respectlvodvention shell be delivered Said conven tion shall assemble at the courthouse In Dauvlllo Ky on the 10th day of Decew ber 1002 and proceed to elect a chairman sndsecretary and make nominations for Judge and Oommonwealthi Attorney and perform all acts and functions proper to a domocratlacosventlon 3rd At the precinct meetings all deoo enInKyLEEOc 81lWX I J RUBBER Rubber hoots for MEN Felt boots for MEN and BOYS All Rubber Overshoes for men Clothtop over shoes for MEN and WOMEN Rubber Overcoats for lIEN Rub ber work conts for lIENand BOYS Rubber sandals for MEN WOMEN nod CHILDREN Buy rubber goods now and keep out the WET Let us save you money on what you b- uyCumminsI S McClary I e i5s w Iai N 1IJ tt iIWWe WARM FEET Are absolutely necessary for health and comfort Wo have triedespecially hard this time to provide WARM and DRY FOOTWEAR for our customers Felt loots arc necessary for ranginginso wellknown for service and warmth we have in all sizes at 300 Tho HARTFORD BOOTn light kip at 300 other grades at 25i 200 and 100 Terms Cash H J1 McRobertsIr i i December Temptations i pricesbelow cutfThisr7 means a saving of 150 to 300 on your cloak f 15o Flanneletts beautiful designs at ISic Furs are cheaper than ever before and at reduced f prices cost only a trifle I NapkinsScf1 biggestline rom f Iii1Mf JJ Severance Sons New Store i iW w 1i1 i1 eieelesle leetatev lS Je ei JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenswaro all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement e e e e Oi 1es 0 eN i i es H Cs RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call 3 NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire W sell my farm of 60 acres just outside of the town limits It Is ono of the prettiest home around Stanford and U twostorydwellingdry cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished tree Most of the outside lean lug la kept by others Very little fenc lag to do Splendid barn a good clsteraat doer a state of caltlvattoa meethouseand set th I pIaos J I UundUy Stanford J irr wt r F llit If THE INTERIOR JOURNAL loitered n the pottoffice at Stanford ai itondclatt matter ipraloLSshwdTuadsyew0Sstd 4w 11 1 PER YEAR CASH lopiidaaoo will beehtried IlWbeanot FEI4KNOXVILLE DIVISION zaoamo05 II II SOQthM12 am t Mo 23 12521 m a For alt Point i 8 PRICE I IsitlcaeonI1 Btanfordt Ky OOctatfr HcKobwUDrng Store In tbOvley U alldint IU ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford KVII THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall bo cash in advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must t paid promptly JGiboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Ky Drummers Rtgs lpeclalty High Orade none and uulei bought laid Feed horses receive personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY i LIVERY FEED AND SALE t STABLE I Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Loran Wood Manager REMEM136Jt r That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pro mium may cost you n hundred in a loaf That only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity 4That insurance in the Home of can bo relied on Jesse D Wearen Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardBoyle and Oi ney Counties Kentucky J+ + jYCc Y r UNDERTAKER JEUBALDlERAnd DcslearIn- s HABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazle Co Undertakers and- Embalmers UO DILtLUI II 1 lFRrmtureMatUnXIiIRugs i r They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds I Stock GIn them a Gall Prlcee right TANFORD OHTOOKYf Vii HUSTONVILLE Joe Jordan of Atlanta had llttlo dU floulty In buying all the good horses be wanted last week Lyon ii Hunn bought out C T Bo hone mulo barna last Friday and ehl ped the following day Miss Sadie Stagg responded to ID portunitlca and accompanied a inessor cor dispatched for bcr last Wedoeida John Rlffo ran up long enough to shake hands with a few friends sod sample Thanksgiving banquets at several boards Visitors with dogs and guns were housed by the persistent rain till horn elckncea toro them away wltoout even a halt days sport Mr Carltnere of Lexington ran oto breakfast last Tuesday and supplle his demand or email mules In time to catch next train out The typical Thanksgiving Inolemoi cy did little to deter the faithful from assembling at the Christian church for union services and the musical feature U declared superb for oven Bus too TlllO Lewis S Frederick of Lcxlngtoi was summoned hero on business lalt Wednesday and was detained uotl Saturday enabling him to kill two good bags of quail whilst runntni down his men Some of our sportsmen wont to Case to Inaugurate open season and found a picket at every boundary line inexor able In determination to enforce tbe penalty of trespass and their only solace was In sending tbo dolts over fence to drlye the game onto their reserve Sandy Carpenter has rented the Pea cock property and will renounce farm log with the new year to become a city citizen of leisure Mrs Sohplo Carper ter will retire from a long and famou supervision of Weathertonl Hotel after tbe holidays and who can maintain tbe caravansarys excellence Is now die turblog the pilgrims whose Mecca It OKS been for ages more than matter of church and State The following gentlemen are members of the Maccabee lodge just organ zed Charles Wheeler Edward Alcorn J P Goode J T Bohon Jesse Rout J H Rocker David Nowburn Fret Goode Clay Gooch W L Evans lice Tucker Dr O B Fallls G W Mills W H Lair Harry Camnltz Dr Bark er S D Yowell H C Baughman D 3 Skinner Rufus Lipps Allln Rods ors Ed Carpenter L M Reid R P Adams W M Myers Col Mike F Elkln State comman der circulated among the good citizen it city and suburbs a few hours on lit Monday and Wednesday nights desplti heavy rains and winds and organize a tent of 25 Maccabees The colonoli lueocy eloquence and logic persuaded the new found and patriotic who heart tho spellbinder that he Is Just tbo clll Z in of old Lincoln to slip on George Furls shoes and stride Into the State Senate In him we Und timber wlthou a flaw proved by every test Without in enemy worthy well qualified so vhy should not there be a rolnaugura Ion of the traditional regime of office eeklng tbo man Hustonvllle give three limos three cheers and a tiger for Chevalier Elkin A Timely Suggestion This Is the season of the year when the rodent and careful housewife replenish ea her supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is certain to be heeded be foro the winter Is over and results are inch more prompt and satisfactory when It is kept at hand and given as soon aa tbe cold Is contracted and before it has become settled in the system In almost very instance a severe cold may be ward cd off by taking this remedy freely U- loon SB the first indication of the gold appears There is no danger in giving it to children for it contains no harmful sub stance It is pleasant to tale both adults and children like it Buy it and IOU will get the best It always cures For sale by Craig A Rocker Stanford Tbe big tree recently described by- tlio Scientific American as the largest In the world Is outdone by another wblcb has Just been reported from resno This newly found tree measured six feet from the ground Is 164 feet and 8 Inches In circumference from which It follows that It Is about 60 feet In diameter Fortunately tho- tree stands on the government reserve and will therefore be spared tbe attack of tbe Insatiable ax Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains ColIc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as- loon ai the first indication of the disease appeare and a threatened attack may be warded off Hundreds of people wbo- are subject to attacks of bilious colic use- the remedy in this way with perfect IU- Ccell For sale by Craig Hocker Stan lord Tbe New York gentleman who copa miLLed suicide In his 60th year because he believed 50 years to be as long as lybody ought to live was right Moat men should follow suit ac 40 and tailing to do so should be promptly executed Lexington Democrat AD Increased appropriation for Government expenses for the fiscal year of 1006 Is asked by the Secretary of the Treasury Lelle M Shaw In his annual report I j r KINGSVILLE E W Crelghtoc returned from Sot ersct Monday Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford wal hero Saturday Tho school Is busy with rohearra for the entertainment next Friday ove ning Miss Gertrude Davidson father nnd brother have all been ill of typhoid fever but arc improving The arithmetical problem Tbe cost of 6i yards of calico at bin Is stili a matter of debate some contendln that 301 va 30Hs the answer II Miss Anna Leo has returned from a protracted visit to Windsor Canadi Mr and Mrs Algy Ball of Eubank are the guests of her motherin lat Mrs Margaret Williams Shel Tnompson and Willie Gibso got a little high pplrltod tbe othe day and tried to terrify the town by brandishing firearms but both wer arrested and no ono was accidentally or otherwise killed or Injured They are out on ball One of our oldest and best citizens Mr W R Meek suffered a stroke of paralysis a few days since which rendered him unconscious Ho died Tuesday and was burled Wednesday A wife and four children survive Bc was asplendld citizen Hotel Ponnybackcr as Its cards Bill read Is proving to be a success lo every particular The popularity of Its proprietor Mr J M McCarty and hll energy and the assistance of hb oina isle and capable wife all go toward mak log or keeping its reputation as ono of the best little hotels on the Clnclnnat Southern railway LAND STOCK CROPS ETC A J Alexander proprietor of Wood burn Stock Farm In Woodford county IB dead William Moser bought of G W Lunsford 20 barrels of corn at 91 05 In fieldW d L R Jones bought of Thee Clark his farm near Mlllcdgeville for 81200 cash FOR SALE 220 good ewes goof stock and In good flesh Frye S Allen Hustonvllle KyeJoe McAllstor Jr bought of C A Robinson of Garrard a lot of 1100 pound cattle at 4 Jc A Kansas City trader refused 9171 each for 350 mules which were ready for tbe Soutberu market- S S Co bought In Bourbon Batb Clark and Payette 800 export cattle i to SIc to go this month Wm O Whitney Ballantrao aDd Spectrum were bought In for 921871 nod 918750 respectively at public salt in England Thorn were 350 cattle on the Paris nsrket Monday 30 1000 pound cattle old at 4 35 and 27 803 pounders at 31c Lutes do Co bought nine 800poum cattle at the latter figure J T nuguely sold his cattle to SI non Well The bunch numbered 109 inn averaged 1433 pounds They brought 6 40 D N Prewitt bought 105 stock owes In Lincoln from varloui par Lies for 9400 Advocate How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the mothers of mall children to learn that croup can be prevented The first rign of croup la oarwnees A day or two before the al ack the child becomes hoarse This is loon followed by a peculiar rough cough live Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely as soon aa the child becomes hoarse or Yen after the rough cough appears and It will dispel all symptoms of croup In the way all danger and anxiety may be jolded This remedy is used by many bourands of mothers and has never been known to tail It is In fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that Is pleasant and safe to take For ale by Craig Hocker Stanford Chicago Catholic through Senator ullom of Illinois have presented a rotest to Congress against the Gov rnments treatment of the Philippine friars Tbe document characterizes tbe all Protestact complexion of tbo commission as an insult to twelve million American Catholics xrV tories have been written of mirrors which the future revealed Ifa such a thing were possible many a bri btCaced bride rom the revelation of her self IItrippedor all her loveliness If there one which would make a woman shrink from it is to sec the rapid physical deterioration which comes to so many wives The cause is to womanly diseases Losthealth and lost comeliness are restored by the use of Dr Pierce Fa vorite Prescription It cures Irregular- Ity and drains It heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness aIt It with the greatest that t tclt what Dr terns 1aOrlte rreaer1ptlon and I Golden Medical Dineottrr hue done or me t write Qtnra U lkake of 1951 North Tin Blnct Ilarrlibuiy fa They have done me a world of Iud female wcaknm for ilx ometlme would feel to badly I did not know what to do but found at last thank to Dr Pierce for bra kind adrlce I have this medidne still la my house and waif alw- Ikt ILa OU are led to the purchase of- Favorite Prescription its remarkable cures women do not accept a substitute which has none of these cures to its credit firm Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser paper covers is sent fat on receipt of 31 onecent slamps to of mailing only Or for clothbound volume send 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierre Buffalo N y In Loving Memory of Mrs Mat tie Padgett tolrt Mattie Padgett was born Feb ruary 8th 1800 Her maiden name was Mattie Ball She married R D Pad gett In Stanford Ky January 21 18S9 and died November 2lst 1002 A good woman has gone to her reward How much she will be mined no one can tell both as wile mother friend and neighbor Sbo was an exception She U gone Her place It vacant sod no one can Oil It Her husband and two children will find It hard to take up life again She had been sick with a complication of diseases but her final malady was spinal troublo which has tuned the end She was hardly con scious for several days before her death She leaves a daughter of 13 who will baTe to be her fathers main dependence a mother to little Walter who Is only five year old Ho Is so young ho will hardly remember bis mother but It Is to be hoped that Lena will be tuoh a good little mother to him that be may not feel her lots The home Is desolate but we hope tbat God will help them all to bear It and re member that He tempers the wind to the shorn lamb God a ways are strange We cannot leo why ho did take soma aged one who bad noth lOll to live for and leave ber to raise her two little children as the often said she wished to do But He does all things for the best If we could only see It tbat way Too blessings of bcr quiet life Fell on ui like the dew And good thoughts wbero her footstep pressed Like fairy blossoms grew Wo mist ber In the old arm chair And by tho hearths Ore light We pause beside ber door to bear Occe more her sweet good night Fold ber oh Father In thlno arms And let her henceforth be A messenger of love between Our human hearts and thee StilI let her mind rebuking stand Between us and the ron- Aod ber dear memory serve to make Our faith In goodness strong LOU HOWARD toCut this out and take Craig A lockers drug store and get a free sample 01 Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse aDd invigorate the stomach improve the ppetlto and rrgulue tbe bowes Regu Jar size 25c per box Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids 1When the liter G torpid and tall to do Ita work V the bile enters the blood ua virulent poison Then come cotutiptuoo bUlouonew sick headache levee sad 1IIIria The only treatment that gives tbe liver lust the nght touch sad un Nature work in the right manner ts DAMONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS Tbe pin touches the liver and the pellets tone tIe i system 26 doIee for x ddye cost 26 cent and on ICM your cue ts exeeedlnglr bad you s vill ba wen before you OnUb them 6apl tree For sale at all dealers 1 Fantastic in was Mrs not For SAlo by Pennys Drug Store and W B McRoberts t The Best 1 In A Thousand Yearst o or rwsmmtssa wsett Though Jewelry lens been made since tho Dawn ol Civilization Its designing id mumifucture havq steadily improved so that today you can secure the Fruit of Centuries of Art And Toil our Exhibit of Jewels Watches Silver Cut Glass Marbles Bronzes Fine Chi na Metal Art Goods 7fnd9l1anOtzerOzingo ta Illustrate tho advancement intho jewelers art An exhibit you are invited to seer Murray 6c McAdams n JEWELERS And OPTICIANS IDanville Kentucky CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phaetons V Wagons Buck boards Harness f Fun and complete stock of the above always on hand and arc Bold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes QTJN S i Ammunition Hunting Vests c We will make you the lowest Prices you can got for CASH Craig Hooker STANFORD I aD i1caj I A preparation for eradicating the disagreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All tho ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by v WeB McROBERTS PHARMACIST Sr STANFORD KENTUCKY l Dr I Goldstein I OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Oitlelafl will be at the n Veranda Hotel Thursday Dec 11 One Day Only There are numerous conditions where gai cs are required and give relief to headaches dizziness darting pains In eye ball or temple smarting or burning tlon lla or about the eye Take advantage of his skill Dent Bej your ehl1t1ea Dlftieutt cases solicited Olden hours 9 a M to 4 P x lit Amph Hotel Stanford Ky It