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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALT VOL X iSTANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 919029 A M NO 79 L or16 I I REfiD THIS 6RftLLY X ThegoodspriceComer Dry GoodsCalknil grades Simpson and American bnriuls niul nil other brands t nt48 par yurd- Blenchedr Cotton worth and Go nil go nt 4o Unbleached Cotton worth 5 0 nnd 7e nit go nt jAc Outing Cloth worth 5 and Go nt ic n yard 8Jc Outing Cloth nt OJc n ynnl J2ic Outing Cloth nt 7oft ynnl Drc 8 Lining at 3Jo n yard Wonted goods worth 20 and 25o nil chndw nt 1Jia + heal table linen by the yard ICc worth SO anti SBo Shirting cotton nt olio n yard Towels Gc a jwir Bell ticking at ISJo worth 11 and SOo a sir 1 Straw ticking nt 8Jo n yard Cottonndo nt 8c Denim dross good worth 12nllll 15c nt 84 i Duck worth 121nncll60 nt 8Jc7 Light Cullcooiint Silo e Yarn hoods worth 26 and SOo nit go ut lOo- Qcrmantown Yarn worth lOo n hnnk af Car Oil cloth Bhfltlw worth 20 and 25c at 150 Ribbons nnd Laces nt your own price Drfts Skirts wffrtfi 8178 81 50 8125 gontTftc Lndioa Woolen Capo worth 82 to 8860 allgo nt 7Cc Injlle plush cnpoe worth SO Jo 810 all go nt 8825 Ladcj Un I donkirU worth 81 to 88 nt 76c during this tnlo u NEWS NOTES Two men wore killed by a now illdc la Oregon Fire at Rockford III caused a lots of IKfiOOO Two mOra men wore killed In aPcnc ylvaDia minD Fire at Cleveland Ohio destroyed popcrly wortb 1100000 Flood i In Georgia arc doing great damage to railroad and other property Richard Clayton was killed and T A Price fatally injured by an L k N train near Loulivlllo Too National Atioolatlon of Automo r bile Manufacturers wants Congress to appropriate 120000000 for a National highway Jatnci Thornton formerly a demo cratlo politician of Campbell county was run over and killed by a freight train at Dellovuo James Q Aldrich former cashier of the Kansas City Fort Scott and Mem phis railroad was found dead In his room at Kansas City Tho disastrous explosion on tbo steamer Progroio at San Francisco It develops was caused by oil below the quality proscribed by law Fifteen regiment of United States soldiers now stationed In tbo Philip pine are to bo transferred to America February their places to bo taken by home troops The death of United States Minister Albert Eo Duck In Japan was tragical ly sudden Do was hunting with the Emperor and tbo end came without the slightest warning Charles J Denny a millionaire brew er and former member of the Homo of Delegates was convicted of perjury In St Louie ills punishment was fixed S at two year In the penitentiary Fines and forfeitures of enlisted men In the army during the last year of the canteen amounted to 1402603 while during tho year the canteen has been 4 prohibited the Once aggregated 1032 125 Tho weekly trade reviews for the first week In December show a strong and generally satisfactory condition of Industrial and commercial affairs The I prices of commodities to the consumer are 1 per cent lower than for the same week last year The jury In the care of Earl Whit ney charged with tbo murder of A B Chino returned a verdict of guilty at Lexington and fixed his punishment at death Tbo prisoner broko down and cried when the verdict was returned The crowd In the court room applauded ttft verdlpt In the court of appeals Chief Justice Gully granted the attorneys for the State In the Caleb Powers case seven days time to prepare and file a peti tion for a rehearing The refusal to grant tbe ooextensionofs mean that there will be the court Jerm Wesley Order nulcldcd at Mayirllle by drinking a plntof Iodine The daughter of Kerr Krupp the womaninHotel Windsor at Daltlmoao was completely wrecked by a collapse None of tbo guest wai Injured Tbo Masonic Temple at Laconla N Q was wrecked bras explosion and destroyed by Ore lose 8125000 Tbo homo of Ed Kirk near Picas ant Illll Mho t was fired and he hit wife and two cbildren wore cremated Tboma Jones vloo presleeol of the Worlds Christian Endeavor Anocla tlon was found dead In bed at Kansas City Miss Mar Payne while insane fell In the fire at her parents home at Lit tie York Indnd was burned to death The big Boston Pblladclphla freight and passooger steamer Saxon was burnt cd to the waters edge at its Philadel phia dock John Dillon tho Irish leader for some tlmo confined In a Chicago boa pltal has beoa dienilsed by his pbyil clan as out of danger The administrator of E V Oil against the Southern Railway at Law reoceburg got a verdict ot 15000 Otis was killed while coupling cars Burglars entered the Savings Bank at Wbttvivlllo Tenn blew open the largo safe with dynamite The ban dits secured 12000 and made their cs capo on a handcar There are even saloons and any number orl gambling houses In the eagle Eiglo City of Oklahoma which jJTJKihouri grow from ft bare prairie aadcornfioldi Into a town of 2000 In habitants At Denver Mayor Wright and 11 al dermen wero sentenced to servo four months In jail for contempt of court for disregarding an Injunction by Judge Mulllns to restrain the enactment of a street railway franchise ordinance Two blind miners who bad lost their sight and wbro otherwise Injures In a mine explosion wore witnesses before the anthracite strike commission at Scranton They wero presented as Hy lag ovldonco of the dangers of coal mining Audtor Coolfir has begun an ex haustive examination of the vartous life and Ore Insurance companies doing business In Kentucky Tbo obj o It to ascertain whether the companies bavo made correct reports of the business transacted aud the premiums collected The body of exSpeaker Thomas Brackett Reed was taken to Portland Me on a spreclitl train yesterday There was no service at Washington The funeral service which will be held at Portland this afternoon will be elm ple Congress adjourned yesterday out of respect to Mr Reeds after pawing resolutions of condolence o Y R ClothingMows Cheviot Suite blnck nnd blue worth 85 at 8250 SlfiOjMensOur 815 mill 818 Suits will go during this soloat 8846 Youths Suits three pieces eizos 14 to 1U years nt 8105 Boys Suits worth 87 and 80 at 410 Childrens Suits worth 81 and 82 for DOe JJoyk Knoo Punts nil sizes nt Ifto Mans Overcoats nil shaded nnd sizes worth 84 mitt 85 at 8290 Mons OvorooflU worth 80 87 and S8nt 8JJ05- Itaglnus Mel tone worth 810 and 19all go at 8575 glens Overcoats genuine Beaver shndts blue nUll black worth 81S null 8lSnt 8755 Mans Ulster storm collars worth 88 nnd Oat 400 Boys Overcoats from 8125 on up Mins Corduroy 1unts light and dark ehadas worth 8175 to 8250 all nt 8180 Mens Earns 1anU nt 45a Mend ovary day pouts worth itlh0and 8175 at Ooc Mans Pants worth 82 anti 8250 nt 8185- Mens Pant worth 83 nnd 8050 nt 82 ShoesMens every day shoos nt 95c Mens extra hoary shoos worth 8150 to 82 all go ttt 8125 Mens high top shoes worth 82 to 8250 at 8150 The New Stanford Ky=LANCASTER Corn Is selling at 62 In the lower part of tbo county Tho Catholics bold services Sunday clerkIIblpdays Ono or two cases of chicken pox have made their appearance among the lit tie folks The enterprising people of the Manse section have rated 818 for school eu cyolopedlai Rev H B Cockrlll of Louisville la holding a protracted meeting at the Carterivlllo Methodist church A verdict was rendered In favor of the defendants In the case of Geo Smith vorstii the Parke estate Mrs Mary Walden has sold the dwelling now occupied by Dr Burnett to Mr D G Geiger for 11500 Tboro will bo an entertainment and basket supper bold at the Pleasant Grove church Wednesday evening Mrs J C Robinson entertained Sat urday la honor of Mrs W R Cook who recently returned from Louisville Two congregations hejd services at the court bouso Sunday morning and both the county and circuit court rooms wero used The cottage prayermeeting will bo conducted by Eld A R Mooro Wed nesday evening at the residence of Mrs J W Grunt The most Important case to come up In court this week It tbo suit brought by Frank Moss against the L Si N R R Co for 115000 O A Robinson bought a bunch of fat bogs from Cyrus Dally at Go J W Elmoro bought several begs from Tbos Herring nt 0c Tbo Ladies Aid Society made 88 it their exchange hold Saturday after noon at the poatoulce They will con t uo their sales next Saturday Tbo revival at the Presbyterian church If now In progress and will probably continue two weeks or more Rev W W Attora of Memphis It tbo eyaogellet Miss Emma Washburn will have a Cbrlstnus tree for the prlmaryilpuplli of the graded school and the kinder garten class aro now preparing their Xmas preeante Chief of Police S D Rothwell who Buttered an lnjuredhlp In leaping from the burning Franklin Institute la again able to get out on the Street flby the aid of crutches JJMIssea Carrie Currey acd Christine Bradley of this city andJEranoes Mor rte of Tennessee were given a box party at the Watterton lecture in Dan vllloyby Mrs RobertlnardtDg- D D flerndQo son of Cap Wm Herndon has reeelvad an appointment of general storekeeper and guager under Collector Denton and will have eight ditto llerlei under his charge reIJolcoMrs R E McRoberts has been vis ofIG a visit to the Windy City Misses Mattie Elkin and Let tlo Brown aro visit Boylelakesgrandmother Mrs H A Price Mire Frances Morris came up Sunday from Danvlllo and Is tbo guest of Mrs J E Robinson A H Rice of Nashville has been visiting relatives here Mn W B Moss has returned from a visit to MIddlesboro Mrs Charles Norris and children have gone to Loulavllle to reside CHURCH MATTERS The Rev Joe Jones brother of Sam Jones died suddenly at Carteravlllo GaRev Strotber Cook will preach tt Hubble next Sunday morning and eve ning Tbo members of the Baptist church at Wayneaburg mot Saturday and paid off the church debt In full Rev J M Bruce li conducting an Interesting meeting at Whites School house on the Lancaster and Crab Or chard pike Rev W E Cave after serving the First Presbyterian church at Paductb for 10 years has accepted a call to Ra lelgb N C The Baptist church at Wayneaburg has called Rev W R Davidson of Junction City for next year Rev Dr vldson was pastor there several years agoFather McGrady of Belleyuo refus ing to abandon his socialistic doctrines has resigned his pulpit and quit the priesthood He says ho will become a socialist lecturer Rev S M Logan preached to the congregation bf the colored Zion church Sunday afternoon A large crowd of colored people listened to hla sermon MIddlesboro Record For a man who la only thinking of saving souls old man Dowio manages to keep the wolf from the door In great style Jn 10 years be has gathered In 115000000 and bo doesnt care If there Is a cool strike every winter Lexing ton Democrat Miss Laura R Calloway of Junction City will be made a deaconifts In the Episcopal church by Bishop Burton at Christ Church Cathedral Lexington This will bo a unique service since Miss Calloway will be the first wOman to serve In tbn diocese of that city Kind LadyI suppose have sees better days Tramp Yesra One day last week I got three dinners and 10 beers Mens higli top shoes worth 83 to 8H60 at 8198 Mens finesboes vici kid box CItf worth 83 8350 4nil at 8108 Ladies heavy winter shoes worth 8125 8150 at 08c Ladies fine shoes worth 8150 at JOe Ladies fine shoes worth 817f and 200 nt 8125 Ladies fine shoes worth 250 and 300 nt 82 Childrens shoos sizes 8 to 12 winter weights worth 125 nt 7i e Gents Furnishing Godsr250 dozen liens Heavy FleccedLinexl Underwear worth f0c anti 75c a garment in this sale go at 35c Glens fine Shirts worth 50 and 75c at 40c liens Hosiery black and tan worth iSo for 746 Mens UaiHlkerchioft 2 for 5c Mens Neckwear worth 50c and 75c all go at 20c Trunks nut Valises at your own price Mens Gloves from 20c on up CSyThis ealcwill not last long Como early before the goods are picked over Remember the place Next Door to The Lincoln County National Bank fl York Store 1 i i c B I 1I fro Hi For Business i Tho right business suit for the average roan ig ono i whichwears well and fits well and doesnt Cost TOO MUCHv If that is the kind you want you can get it here IT PAYS TO TRADE XT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youro not satisfied T LI JEILLBR Danville Ky BY No1 Small Farm For Salt For sale orC4S ttras a small Lincoln Count ranD of 50 acres aJJolnlne Ceo W frye Mrs Mary Carrentor anJ others emcnti tool broom 4welUnrlc house meat house well anl well 200J cellar or milk aoJ fruit house chicken ileuM burrY house coal ant wool hots Mible corn crib lire stock barn lugs tobacco tarn goo ten two wchM 4s anJ all Idols of AuN Oil on F P COMBEST Poll Sudden Of temperature have killed people and thats why jour stove Is important Coles Original Hot Blast Stoves Keep the temperature even Tho house Je always the samo day and night This ia because they burn all the fuel and radiate all the beat THE FI RE IS NEVEROUT SOLD Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY DICQIattletame Changes A Word To You whahavehepIto walt on all who want hoe4ne or oUter redbuggyly and at reasonable price WALTER FIELD3 TarairiTlUe Ky f t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER J la a candidate for Slate Trfta nrsrsubjecttothectlonoftheDemocnlteprROBERT of JanYllle liacinJIJite for Circuit Judge aub jed to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer la a candidate lor CotnmonweaUha At torneyln tblb the 13th Judicial dUUlct nbJd to the action of the democratic party M F NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rctiesrntatlvc of Lincoln county subject to We tIon of the prty- t JMALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for ReI resenutlve of Uncoln county subject to the action of the party REV W H MILUUKN the blind chaplain of the Senate who has just resigned can look back over a life of remarkable memories He forms a con Heeling link between the modern cap tal and the Washington of Web ter and Calboun and Clay When Mr Mil burn was elected chaplain of Congres James K Polk had just defeated Henry Clay for the preeldency When Mi Milburn was elected for his second term as chaplain In 1853 ho found Franklin Pierce assuming office with Jefferson Davis as his secretary of war Clay and Webster had died the prevloue year From 1855 to 1885 Mr Milburn was not connected with Congress A transfoi matlon In the government had boon ac compllshed when he was again electe chaplain In the first Cleveland admit letratlon The Washington of 1835 wae a very different place from the turbu lent capital of 30 years before The older heroes of tho Senate and House wer dead anl the blind cbapllo found a new generation In their place The last 17 years of bis nulnletry have been comparatively peaceful ones Ho say ho bad hoped to die In the harness but ill health caused him to retire greatl to the regret of all the members Tile death of Hon Thomas Bracket Reed will brinifsorrow to the heart all Americans who love manly men Be died In Washington Sunday morn log Acute Brigbta disease develop ed in connection with the uraemlo and appendlcal troubles with which the statesman had suffered during the week Saturday night his pnyslclani announced that the end was expected before morning Mr Heed arrived hale and hearty in Washington a week before and attended the opening of the House session on Monday On the evening of the latter day he complained of illness and on Tuesday went to bed on the advice of his physician Mr Reed served In Congress froth Maine from 1877 to 1899 He was Speak er of the House for three terms FRIENDS of the President are getting ready for a meeting of the Alabama Republican State Central Committee f the object of which Is to do away with the Lily White declaration made Statei convention The Lily Whites who are apparently in control of the ImacblPe declare that even if the meet leg should be called ibo committee by a decisive vote will refuse to abandon the declaration for a white mans 1THE management of the Norfolk Portsmouth and Newport News com i panys street railways has Issued a notice that In future no unmarried men 1 will be employed on the lines and that all men seeking employment must be married and at least 30 years of age This Is In sharp contrast with the pol icy of the postofflce department which seems to want to discourage matrlmo nyTHE director of the mint declares 1Itunnecessary to coin any more gold t deposits as the gold coinage of the country Is now entering almost entire ly into storage Not only Is the gold coinage of inconvenient sizes but it Itwearlaway at a loss to the bolder J Redeemable paper money appears to have come to stay Coinage will bo confined to subsidiary silver MORE than twenty billions of dollars invested In farm lands in the U S more than half the population lives taDd farms Those who are em in agricultural pursuits outnum f ber by three millions those who are engaged in manufacturing and me chanical pursuits t TOE Harrodsburg Democrat has been Increased to a seven column quar to by Its now editor and owner Mr Lew B Brown The Improvement in Its news columns is equally as noticeable as its Increase in size however BY expressing the opinion that the canteen Is the proper way to treat the liquor problem In the army Secretary Root Is certain to be denounced by the J ultra temperance reformers as a friend of rum and a champion of alcohol f NOMINATE Judge M C Saufley for judge and Hon J S Oweley Jr for II Commonwealths attorney at Danville and all will be well 1Wedoeaday FJIWIw IIA i THERE is a cadaver famine at Indian spoils and the price of corpses lultable for dissection has been doubled Sim liar conditions prevail throughout the Middle West and aro ascribed to tbe effect of the recent exposures of gravo robberies Thp ghouls have been frlgbt oned Into finding other employment A BOSTON man whose wife bad borne him twins twice has broug bt suit against the family physician for failure to limit the number of tbelolJ spring TO THE DEMOQRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY In announcing myself as a caodhlate for tho democratic nomination for tho oQlce of Representative for Llocoln county In the next General Assembly I have no apology to offer for such Lion further than the fact that I havo been a resident and citizen of the couc ty for the past nine years and during which time no man in tho county bas been more loyal to the principles of democracy or more earnest In tho personal support of the partys candidate county Stato and National I have never sought an oOlca of any kind heretofore and believe that should a candid democracy Indorse my record a a voter and party worker by conferrln upon me the honor whit 1 ask I Ihall put forth my best efforts to render sucb service in tho Legislature of our State as will glvo no democrat CAuse to re Bret his action In voting for me So letting your vote and Influence to tbe ind that I may be the party nominee I am very truly- J M ALVERSON POLITICAL Finley Lankford committed suicide In Harlan Collector Denton of Danville denies hat he Is a candidate for governor The ion Oliver Wendell Holmes vas sworn In as a justice of the Unite States supremo court President Roosevelt has change front on the Statehood bill and favor I the admission of Oklahoma A measure Is to go before Congress to Increase the personnel of naval lite dicers cadets and marine corps The House passed the pension appropriation bill carrylng 139000000 without a word of debate or a single protest Surveyor of the Port Barnett has declared himself as favoring Commission er of Internal Revenue Yerkes for thi republican nomination for Governor TJeckbara the Brecklnrldges Hen rick and others havo had sufficient Coors and emoluments of office Oui own James D Black Is the man hQI lould have the nomination for Go- vernorMt Vernon SignalIThe reciprocity treaty with Cuba Is ready for signing The beet sugar Sen tore who opposed Cuban reciprocity wltb the leland by Congressional enactment will probably support the treaty when It comes to the Senate for rattfi soon Charley Bell has been appointee postmaster at Faulconer Boyle county Jobn Cox at Goldbug Whitley county J W Vaughan at Kendall Rue ell countri Jacob Gurth at Guffey Pulask county and Mettle E Durham at Red House Madison county THIS AND THAT Two persons were burned to death at Colgate Wis- Mercury registered two below zero in liconsln yesterday Capt Joseph Johnson a former mayor of Paducab is dead of dropsy William Alderson died at Danville from the effects of a gunshot wound received while hunting In arguing at Cynthlana for a new trial in the Marshall will case Charles Baker an attorney paid In substance that he would not trust the jury to try a yellow dog- Fight between the Harrlman and Gould Interests may lead to a transcontinental rallwaf crap at New Or leanl between the I C Southern Pacilla and L d N and Texas Pacific MATRIMONIAL Ed Stratton aged 20 of Boyle and- Mlu Louisa Ferrell 18 of Indiana were married here yesterday Weighted down with 1300 of silver which be had saved for his weddlnga a Long Island man was drowned A Harrodsburg dispatch says that Frank Paxton drove to the Methodist parsonage with Miss Hester Phillips where they were married Theydrovo to the depot and enjoyed a parting klsl when he left for Topeka Kan whore he has a position His bride went back to a dry goods store and resumed her duties as clerk Poor benighted Hindoo Be does the best he kin done sticks to his caste From first to last- And for pants bo makes his own skin do n MR A W CARPENTER a valiant worker for the prohibition cause hands ua the following The prohibition vote In Kentucky was nearly 0000 against little over 2000 two years ago NOTICEI desire to swap my storeroom and brick residence of 12 rooms 10 Hustonvllle for a farm Will put my property in at a bargain James Frye utoavllle KyR IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of O S Williams u f Bur gin Is dead W T B William of the bank log firm of Williams fc Sons at Irvine Is deadIra Julian has been appointed sped cases In Inox countyIJohn Whitmore aged 45 was found dead In bed at the Catcblngs Hole London R A Burnside of Lancaster will succeed D R Collier In tho Internal revenue agency Pearl Tiptoe walked out of an upstairs window while aheep and broke a leg at Richmond E E Kelsey has been appointed postmaster at Yosemite vice Mils Helen Sharp removed The wile ol Mr Boyle Nichols of Danville Is dead of typhoid fever Be sides the husband three children BUI vlveA t20000 hotel at Corbin Is one c f the things talked about Mr Stanfil of Wllliamsburg Is ono of the allege promoters Several candidates arc reported In the race for the poslmasterthlpat Som erect the term of Green Trimble hav log expired Mrs Nancy Castleman who went to school with Abraham Lincoln will celebrate her 05th birthday at ber home In Marlon this week Claudo Hollon son of J A Hollor died after along Illness of typhoid fe ver ills remains were Interred In tbi Parksvllle cemetery He was 17 years of age and his sister who died of the samo disease preceded him to thoI grave only two weeks Advocate There were30 convictions during the recent term of the Federal court at London Seven were sentenced to lervo terms in the penitentiary at At lanta Ga20 of the others were sent to be jail at Richmond and the remain del were left there Three men were indicted for elec lon frauds and war rants have been issued for them A young lady took some chickens nto a Somerset store the other day vlth their feet carefully tied and laid hem on the counter The merchant Tbo bought them fearing they would all off to the floor said Will they lay there Oh no sir she scam sered blushingly they are all roost rs and now the merchant gets red In the face at the sight of a chickenE HUBBLE Corn Is bringing bJ here J C Eubanks bought eome 000 pound cattle of Luther Underwood at 3tc leorge Wood bought some slop cattle of Armp Feland at 82 The box supper at the Christian hurch was rained out so the good wo men only made 110 Hope they will not be discouraged but pick their flint and firo again Tom McMlllon has moved to Lancas ter to run his shop which ho recently ought Tom Is a good smith and we hopo he will do well In his new field Tub Anderson has rented both shops bero and will close up one Mrs J D Miller has gone to Arkan IU to see her daughter Miss Pearl lubnnks is about up from an attack of peumonla fover A P Sloansbrotb er from Wayne county Is visiting him ames nays and wife have moved to- Bee Lick L G Hubble sold some meat hogs to- W B Moss at Co Jas Rosa has moved from Lexington and located with James Swopo for another year Jack Yakey and daughlerMlss Mattle have gone to Farmoutb Ind to live Mr toward of Knoxville Is hero with R L Hubble looking for age mules WmCurry lost a fine Jersey cow a f w days ago- Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as- soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threatened attack maybe warded off Hundreds of people who- are subject to attacks of bilious colic use- tbe remedy in this way with perfect IUC- ce88 For sale by Craig tit Hocker Stanford Papers that publish long Interviews with the twice convicted conspirator and assassin Caleb Powers seem to- be anxious for something to fill space What be savs Is of no more Interest to- the than tho expressions of any otbeffelonLexlnJtton Democrat Dan Patch the famous pacee bas- been I sold for 00000 DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs acheHeartDlseaebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There IB a cure for you If necessary lr Fcnnet lie lias spout a life tlmo curing jUI suck cues as you re All consultations Free For years I bad backache severe pains across kidneys and scalding urine I could not Ret out of bed without help Tho use of Dr FenDer Kidney and Backache Cure restored me WAGONER Knote vllle Pa Dra ggtstt It Aik for Cook BookFree ISTVITUSDANC CURE Sure Cure Circular Dt I Sinner Fr donJaN r GRAND LEADERS Special Bargain Prices on cold weather snaps l4 25 pieces light niul dark outing good weight nt ou per yard 15 pieces light and tnrkoutings wide and heavy worth lOc nt She par yard Good weight Ctinton flauuol special price nt 5c per ynnl Extra size comfort oil cnlioo oovorod nt 98o each Ladies heavy outing timUr skirts nt 24u Childrens huivy ilaoaMtucd undorwenrnt Sao each Ladies 50c ribbed underwear nt 25c garment Ladies 25c ribbed underwear at 15o garment 38inch all wool broadcloth all colors nt 60o per yard corcluroy underwear Owing to a large trade we forced duplicate on every in house with the ready money fortunate enough to buy some fine BARGAINS Come in we will give you your share profit THE GRAND LEADERProps S B LEVYManapor I HAIR BALSAM tInd ucue a puvvi Nr rails to BMtoraOra hair to youthful Coor- ewe mip at a ItiMfJ- ctauidllIUM hnwrtu FORRENT My store recently iccupled by Wm Severance Will rent for one or more yean J B OWSIKY FOR RENTr I desire to rent my propertyaltuated on Bomor tt street H mile town log of dwelling of seven soma betide kitchen and servants room and a line eel Ur imokehoaio chicken house coal bout nod a good stable and 10 acres of lands 3 hydrants one In the yard aDd ODe for tocki the door forwell cistern combined near Said In goot repaIrJABIIAILE BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldr SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the Stale Court alac In States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly STANFORD GREENHOUSE carnations Hya clnths Narcissus design on short notice Redding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 9 ring 3 JNO CHItlSTMAN Stanfo- rdPOSTED I We whoso names appear below strictly forbid fishing or any kind of treaapasslng on our places and will prose cute violators to of the Jaw J Carter W Carter James McOormack J F Dover Mrs Maggie Illbb James N Cash Mrs J M Jamet Ueurr Alex Trayler Tom Stone Mlas Mattlo llallou J W BTHarris W H Undderar M K Lawrence- J T nineaman W P Grimes Mrs Malcana T A lllce Mrs O Givens J S Rocker Peter UalmerW E Amon A D Root K T Pence Oeo D Hopper George Holmes Mrs Mary JohnO Foster A P Pendleton To the Coal Consumer I Having bought out Higgins k Sims the coal we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for caab Farmers we will take your and corn In exchange for coal at the price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Orders at coal bouseyour money phone 44 or Boones livery stable No W Boon dfc Duxxiwoxit STANFORD KT Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the north of Main on east side of College street in Hustonvltto Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or house and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn 63x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and good va taut lot for private If desired Everlasting water abundance Property Is well for private is now rented for that purpose If von want good pAying property JII DutenvUle- call eo or address D S Carpenter Ullltell TtHr Ky Full yard wile blench cotton nt Be yard New Iip hip corsets nt 08c Molls jeans haute ndl wool ut 70c Mans pants heavyweight nt 8150 Mens fine suits at 4208 8500 ibO 81000 and 1250 Mens flue nt 8208 8500 8700 81000 81200 and SlfiOO liars snits from 80o up lo 8500 Ladies fino dross skirts nt 8100 125 200 8800 8100 and 8500 Mens winter weight ut 25 3B COo unIt 8100 Heavy blankets nt 65 85c 8100 125 81BO up to 8500 were to line our and we were of our HAYS LEVY hunting nanebman Lawson market overcoats THE w iSpirit of Xmas should stir athe Kiflbuyinu desire dad prompt mi early visit to our stow There is n well selected stock of WATCH ES CHAINS AND CLOCKS beautiful pieces in SILVER oxquisito pieces ofJBVELRY such as UKOACHES RINGS ETC FTC W H MUELLER Stanford Ky I We Never Guess I People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal sci vico they get here with out insisting The public nt largo is not ono half as particular as we arc in this matter offpure drugs or in regard to tho accurate filling of their prescriptions In the buying selling or compounding of drugs we never guess We make sure that everything iu T right in every particular Come to us Pennys Drug Store IKy tai Yourself HI- n 1 our Mantel Mirrors Rugs Rockers Pictures and Igiftsprices that will suit G L CARPENTER Stanford Ky f iII fI In this space next issue W L McCarty the Kingsville Merchant will tell about the enormous ChristmasI Stock he will open soon I J HE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD Ky DEC 9 1002A I v uethea done end with proper caro We coul not do bettor If yon paid ui doublo the price which Iealwaye reasooablo Pen dtye Druz Store PERSONALS Pnop L It HUOIIRS went to Mt Vernon Sunday CLELLAND EABTLANU wai up from Loulivlllo Sunday Mil W F CLYMKII of Louisville was hero last weekF Miss MARY D KENNKDY who has been 111 it convalescing 1 ATTonNBY J 11 BUSH of Rich mood was hero yeitordey ATTORNEY GEOUQE B SAUFLKY wont to Frankfort this morning SAM W SKVKRANCK was over from Lexington Sunday and yesterday Mn E D KENNKDY li asilstlnc At eisor RojoolJs finish up hli business MRS Dit J M DLACKof Knoxvllle litleI tor CaseyaIs very I II of something like blood pol CiMRburg clover merchant was hero yes terdayMESSRS It M JACKSON and Dan K lUwllopi of London were hero Friday Mn J 8 REED and wife of Lexington aro guest of her mother Mrs J M jDRon professional business Sunday and yesterday WILL UINF9 of Liberty has taken a position with tbo Blue Gras Grocery at Danvlllo JAMBS IlURKK cut an ugly gash In ono of his hands while splitting wood the other day Miss ALVIRA VANARSOALR spent tereral days with Miss Sara Wood Lynn at Somerset MR A T NUNNELLEY tho Toni drummer It hero wltb his parca looking fat and fine foDaytonof Mr A W Carpenter GEOHOE M BURTON of Bcvlcr spent several days with friends hero wbo were glad to see him MR M B LEVY of Louisville sped t yesterday with his brother Mr S B Levy In the Orand Leader R AND J ROSENSTEIN came over from Frankfort to assist Mr G Rosen stoln In tbo New York Store yesterday MESSRS J K ORNDOKFF D S Mc Kinney and W T Merrlmee of LIv Ingston were registered at tho St Asap Hotel yesterday MRS II G ItuiLEY and son Clay Rupley left Saturday for St Louis too former to visit relatives and tbC- latter to secure a position Miss ELLA MAY NEWLAND ono of the pretty hello girls In the Dan vlllo telephone exchange li spendio- a few days with her mother bore MR H II SINOLETON of Wayne burg called yesterday and left an order for printing The I J has few bet lor friend than this clever gentleman t TilE many friends of Mr Ed Marrow will bo sorry to learn that ho has r made up his mind to leave Lexington for good and will establish a law office at Somerset Lexington Democrat MR E fl BEAZLEY mall clerk on the K 0 has moved his family he from Richmond They are occupy J Hon Harvey Helms cottage on Main This gives Stanford two E H Beazloyi IT li now Judge Jai T Adami he 11 having been appointed by the Governor Police Judge of tbo town of M- In t Vornon Judge Adams li strictly favor of Improvements and wo trust will bo able to create a little onthusl t asm on tbo part of some of our citizens Mt Vernon Signal As Judge Sautley li busy in his can vase Hon P M McRoberti of Stan- fordI li presiding over the circuit court Mr McUobcrti li ono of tho finest lawyers In the State a splend- J gentleman and a ood citizen Ho giving perfect satisfaction as ho rualI off on no mouse tracks and permits no IbonanlglnContral Record LOCALS WEDDING presents at Mueller 1H SEE our lamps before you buy Far Ill d Co A GOOD man want to borrow 13000 at 6 per cent Apply at this onlce a useful Christmas present for Vdato store wife go to John P Jones upto ISAAC O TERRY has been appointed postmaster at Krlger this county vice John Elder resigned i LOST Stanford Turners vlllo two packages one containing 22 yard of calico and the other a pair ladles shoes John Coultor McKlnI ney RAIN fell SaturdaySunday but yesterday was clear and cold the mir curt registering 22 at 5 A M It li cold and cloudy today with prospects of more snow CHRISTMAS preeentsat Muellers SOME beautiful Tiffany vases Far Ill k Co Sex W Muellers kon our second pogo SOME oleo pieces In Havelln Cou 1goods Farrli ft Co ELEGANT Xmas presents now on solo John P Jones PLACE your order at once for holiday pictures at Miss Sacrays BIGGEST lino of Holiday goods wo ever handled Farris Co FARMERS Please return our sacks or call and settle for them J II Baughtnan h Co lethename of a now post ofllco in this county Mrs Barber Albright Is postmaster STOREROOM and warobouso full of cheap medium end One furniture Prices to soft nil J L Boazloy k Co LIT Frank Atkins of Stanford re poDucetle money OlUTUARIES of 10 lines and under Inserted freo of charge but for over that length wo Invariably charge fir per lion 0 WE are ready to ayall claims If you dont call and peg your taxes your property will bo advertised M 8 Baugbman S L O BAXTER Mrs Wm Baxter died a her homo near Klngsylllo of consump SundayABUSINESS was dull In tho county court yesterday the probating of James Daugbertys will being about tbo only b to propertyhi0 Miss STELLA MCCLARY teacher of tho White Oak school extends a gen cral Invitation to the closing exorcises of that school which will take place Friday week 10th WHILE In Abardceu Angus cattle which cost him a small rtune Wo will try and describe the lot when they arrive THE biggest OUCt toyean will be hold at George Holmes store house near Crab Orchard depot next Saturday Dec 13 Overcoats solo pants underwear for men and women shoes shirting etc will go at your own price ALL the gentlemen of the ChrUtlan church are requested to lend a coots j button to the ladles exchange Salur day morning by 0 oclock All dons tlpns thankfully received Dont fall ittotaken for cakes SOLD OUT Jesse O Lynn the big gees and best man In Llanyllle has sold hli butcher shop to Sam Tugglo who gcoerallgp coln where his frlondi will receive him with open arms r 0 AGENT J S RICE lain receipt of a letter from J U Mllllkln D T A of the L ft N congratulating him on bis ticket sale for September which was about tbo largest In tbo history of the ofllco hero The freight business was alto very large that month C WARREN resigned ragcommhteo of tbo democratic count yesterday and Mr W Burch was elected In his steed W61 regretting Mr Warrens reelgnaU we are glad that such an aggrceel Mplecoo 0 OUR lent Tuasdays papers for all palate South of Somerset wore burned fa the wreck at Sunbrlght Taco Cireoco Coleman writes us from Bur lido The papers wero taken down on the feet train to moot No6 which distributes them on Its Northbound run 0 0 OPERATORS tnLlncoln county ha tierleor moro wells nd have moved from the county tho lest drilling outfit to the Knox field Somerset Journal You aro tonne about tbo drilling maoblncs bole moved swap but wrong about this fie being abandoned Mr W H Ola vicepresident of the Central Oil ft Mining Co of Lexington says h company will slot a number of wet hero next year Mr Clay with the majority of us that oil In pa log quantities will bo found In Lincoln IT looks now as though James nock or tho condemned murderer of hla wife will not hang but that his eon feces will bo commuted to life ImprillI onment Because of mitigating clrI cumstances which are not stated all of tbo judges of the Court of Appeals which recently adlrmcd the decision ofI fthe Lincoln circuit court and Attorney General Pratt have united In a letter to Gor Beckham recommending commutation The action of tbo court of appeals Is unusual to say the least but that U will have the effect of slfloltI Hookers neck there la little or no oubt I J M ALVEUSON Who has ben wrb K de paper for tierapait nine year ttniour rw thlit l fUe hit candidacy for Representative Eror ftooe bo Clioc to Lincoln frin Mudltton he nan lukttn a lluuly band In litics and baa done valiant ervlco numerous hoi ounpiltfM Uls record li clean HI a democrat and bli etandlni lid an honorable hlgi toned gentleman It A 1 Ue le a born poll haea Mr Alvarsonjwill out no small luuro ID tbe rood be hilt just entered Ue If a lober Induitrlous capable young man wltb friend + In every portion of the county who will do their beat to fi his I1mbl lon to rcpreeenl Lincoln gnatti taco twin o and will leave no is toes unturned In his effort to do an 44t+44H4444444 + 4441444 +t+ J K CHRISTIAN Is paying high prices for turkeya He will close the lOib All who have turkeyo 1e bring them In and strike the good tut ket j I HAVE a few op beteon halldI that I will give any one a grcatbarguio In Now li your chance to lilt your teats at the very bwesi prleer air Clco Brown THE Christian church ladles George C Given manager clear 11010 on their exchange In Severance k Sons old storuroom Saturday They will have soother next Saturday THE INTERIOR JOURNAL claims to have tbe fastest lady typesetter In tbo I State In MUs Callle Uorton who yes terday bad up two galleys of brevier 1 oclock Do you know of any lady who can beat that THE most novel souvenir China ware wo have seen for some time Is that 00 sale at W H Muellers Splendid pictures of the court house Opera House block and tbo INTERIOR JOUR NAL block appear on various pieces of and Mr Mueller Is finding ready sale for II- POSTOFFICE HOURS The posta0l opens for the delivery of mall at 7 oclock each morning except Sunday when It opens at 730 aud closes at 830 A M It Is also open from 1 to 2 r M each Sunday aflernoon Tbo eight m is made up and closes at 830 IM J Florence postmaster 0 PROGRAM of teachers association to be held In Stanford Dec 13 at T oclock at the Female College do by choir Invocation Dr Wm Sbellon welcome address Eld D J Plnktrton response L R Qughes song by fifth grade English In the eighth grade HuQmy601 Eu DI01C Sauflvagip pre a iss Georgia Lewis secretary I AT the convention held at the bouse yesterday to name delegates to the convention at Danvlllo Wednesday to nominate candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney Mr W H Shanks was chosen chairman and George L Penny secretary Tho chair appointed the following gentle men a committee on resolutions J F Wealtman They retired and In a short while reported as follows WelctL Wrathld thatas are this Clea cendldayat ihe attorney tad That the delegates named Instructed to cast their votes for Ju M C Saufley for the nomination for circuit court judge and to use all hon orablo means to enact his nomination nod to coil their votes for Ron J S Owaloy Jr for the nomination Commonwealths attorney and to use all honorable means tb effect his noml nation On all other questions which come before tbe convention they are Instructed to cast their votes as a unit I majority of the delegates determln IIi In each case box the satire vote I shall be cut faItherhearts and kinfolk at John P Jones Da GOLDSTEIN eyepeclaUlt J TburldlYjDec and assure you most satisfactory ro1 eul e I SugarGrovnext Tbe Indies of the vicinity are in- vitedi to come and bring boxes and tho boys to come end buy them A good time Is expected Z ITUI Garrard county democratic com mittee elected Wm Clark chairman In the placo of Thomas B Robinson Gar rard will send two delegations to the Dauvlle convention Boyle has a con tested delegation also I COLLISION Freights No 32 and 3V n together at Parksvllle about 4 oclock Monday morning and both en iliac wcro badly dsmigcd Four or five cars were ditched EnglnccrChap pell was asleep on hIe engine when tbe trains camo together Nobody was hurt Tim SITUATION Judge M C Sauf ley and John Sam Owsloy Jr carried Lincoln county solidly In tbe precinct conventions Saturday The former got several precincts In both Bola and Garrard while the latter sccms to have lead smooth sailing In those counties Mr Bordlngs failure to carry his own countywal a surprise to that gentlc mans friends but Is a feather In Judge 8aufloqa cap Hon W C Bell and Charles A Hardin read their titles clear In Mercer county We still stick to our former assertion that both Judge Saufley and Mr Owsley will win at Danvlllo tomorrow See If we ore not ItIbf J Farrls has closed out the re mainder of his cattle 208 to BF San dare of Uarrodsburg This sale makes n total of 702 of export cattle sold lo Sanders this season for the sum of 1 1 3000 Advocate eiCornelius Vanderbilt Is down with typhoid fever NOTICEed I utatepresent them properly proven to mo at once w1 HEREIN Admr I FOR SALE I I arcat1 met chandlie also a well arranged coal yard Digtradoman who will come and Inspect and Is de withThllsaleotberbulneesI Jan 1 It will not thereafter be for solo I Address II B KING Morcland Ky Stockholders Meeting 0 I FlntCoIreJanuary JOArI Cashier MeetingCA meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional Dank of Ilustonillle will be held at McoddlKJ W HOOKER Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the LID coin County National Hank of Stanford wll be hold at their banking house the second purposeEaJ D OWSLEY rjasliler FOR SALE I shreddedrtHave an excellent place to teed and want about 75 or 100 cattlo Will teed the above at a bargain early In the Winter E O SINGLETON Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALEI Tdeslre to sell farm of 100 aero loca ted on Knob Lick H mile of Knob Lick earhmatnder in BlueGrass Has on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouses Well watered by cistern springs and Those desiring to buy a small Jhsum would do to see my place- S W GIVENS Stanford Ky j w PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a general business la both lines and patroni0 Tray lor dice fornxatxne IN WHlsku Brandu Wines Beef mayGlpars Etc Carpenter House Close to Depot STANFORD KYI IPrompt RUBBER Rubber boots for MEN Felt boots for MEN and BOYS All Rubber Overshoes for men Cloth top over shoes for MEN and WOMEN Rubber Overcoats for MEN Rub berwork coats for IEN and BOYS Rubber jantlalafor MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN Buy rubber goods now and keep out tire WET Lot us SOc you money on what you buy t I Cummins a McClary c WARMFEETAre tried especially hard this time to provide WARM anti DRY FOOTWEAR for our customers Felt boots are necessary for ranginginso well lulewu for service and warmth we have in all sizes at 800 The HARTFORD BOOTn light kip at 000 other grades at 250 200 and 100 Terms Cash H J1 McRoberts Ie r a Il I to December Temptations pricesbelowlook through our complete stock and get the cut goodsi and Jackets This means a S to 300 on your cloak 12JcFurearechenper uccd prices cost only a trifle ieFinest line of Table Linens Towels Napkins we have ever shown biggestline 16cius One of the main features of our store is wo have what you want Come to us We sell and recommend only the best I Severance Sons New Store JOHN BRIGHT JR Ot CO Dealersin Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement Continued GrowthThe East Tennessee Telephone Company has issued iU state AVhJSl ment for tho month of November aud the rapid growth of the system is shown as follows Total number of subscribers Nov 1 1902 13513 Number added during the month 703 Number discontinued 429 Net increase for tho month 274 Subscribers Nov 20 1002 13787 I THE MRIOR JOURNAL Mntered n the pal ofcs at Stanford at f itonddatt mate- rYtablSabdTU t acIFdvAT 15PER YEAR CASH I Wkn o sopatd2OO wilt bseharged I IKNOXYI DIVISION oJlTndn going North ll46am- O28 2a0 a m 085 o u South 122eam- No 23I 1262 p t For all FolnU t A 8 PRICE t lirfeon t Dentist Stanford Ky Ofi orrr McBoberU1 rog Store In the 0w lej 11 UuUdlng R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Kv I Iamcsover Higgins Telephone JleKinnoya Nu 91 Story u THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is alt the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultatlon Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills luo when services are rendered and must paid promptly Giboney Jeffries i Livery FoodS SaloStabloL- Libertyf Ky Drummers Bigs a specialty High Grade horses and Mules bought told Feed horses resolve personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY PEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and- tor sale at alt time W Logan Wood Manager REMEMJ36JThat is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pro mum may tost you a hundred in a lossThat only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Osrrsrd Doyle and OMey Counties Kentucky 1C RY tJ+ + htarsYaYYsL6jldliidmGYyI EMBALMER And DealearII1- SABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky J LI Beazle it Co Undertakors and- Embalmers 1180 DB1LZM IB Furniture Mattln jfSRugs They will Exchange Furniture for til kinds of Stock Gin them a call Prices right TAXFORD KXKiaOKY j r HIGHLAND A good many hogs wore killed la week Moot of our farmers aro throu h gathering corn Miss Mary Faulkner of Lexington who has been visiting tho family c f her nephew A G Faulkner went 0 Jolllco Thursday to visit relatives Pedro Green la building a black smith shop and Thoa Butt a lar o barn Messrs W G Aoton and J M Young have just finished their new housesThomas Butt has moved his saw mllJ to Mr Bccka on Buck creek 01 Walls has moved his mill to South Fork near Moreland Smith and w111 be ready for sawing In a few days Mrs J M Cook who went to Son erect to visit her son W R Cook and other relatives has returned Mrs W R Cook of Somerset made a ylDjl trip to Highland last week C W Baker was up from Somerset lau week Ho alms to move his family there Ic a few days Our public school taught by Mipi Annie Gooob of WaynesburgP closed Friday with appropriate exorcises and I treat for the pupils The pupils aho remembered their teacher and preset ed her with a nice autograph album ma purse Mlsa Annie has given pet feel satisfaction and everyone speaks In tho highest terms of her as a tenet orW D Stodghlll of Lebanon Turn Lion and Norwood Surber of Corbl have been the guests of their uncle A G Faulkner Most of the time was pant In hunting with fair succet lies Olllo Faulkner went to Lebanon unction to visit relatives Mr aod Mrs Sparks are visiting the family of John Butt Their baby died on tbe ted and was burled the following dal at Lancaster Friends here extent heir sympathy to the filleted parents Eph Young has rented the G M laker farm for dext year and wl move to It Tim Hutchison who n ently bought the J M Delaney firm laved to It last week Theodore Bar tin moved last Week to the Marshal lorgan place near Parlor Grove W Goodpaater of Rowland who reo ently bought Mrs Ruhamy Young farm and moved to It some three weeks altO la haying a rather serious time a8 hie two sons have been sick liver sine be came here BRODHEAD It Is now reportedthat wo will have soother wedding soon Our people were surprised with rour Inch snow Friday morning Messrs Bogue Brown and John frees of Preacheravllle were with ni Will Proctor and wife were here Friday Bro Pike went to Hays llle Saturday Born to the wife of O H Frith Jtlrl Bro Pike Is now grand pa aod tbe old gentleman la looking old Brodhead has at One n corps of merchants as any town of Ita size In Ken icky And the traveling men say hat our hotels are second to none A E Albright la finishing up hll new building which Is very centrally located and the poatofHce and Dew barber shop will be found there In the nesr future- J G Frith has finished up his second botel building and has connected the two buildings with a walk extending from one to the other and a sample room and office between the two hotels H adds much to the convenience of the avellug men and beauty of the towo- Mr Frith Is one of our most enterprlr Inll men- Mr J T Brown and daughter Mill Pearl of Pulaskl have been visiting be family of A J Pike Mr Joshua Dunn and wife spent a few days at Lan cuter with friends and relatives Ml EdDa Coulter of Danville la visiting Mln Ella Dunn James B Moore and- John Cooper both of Paynes Depot re spending this week with Dr Percy Denton They have been looking after- the feathered tribe Rev R B Ma- bODY of Stanford was with us Saturday A Timely Suggestion This is the season of the year when the- prudlot and careful housewife replenish es her supply of Chamberlains Cough medy It is certain to be needed before 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 haa- become bellied In the system In almost eVClry instance a severe cod may be warded oft by taking this remedy freely soon es ihe first Indication of the cold op- pears There ino danger lu giving It to children for it contains no harmful sub- Itance It Is pleasant to talobolha- dulls and children like It Buy It and- you will get tho best It always cures Fortlals by Oralg Rocker Stanford Twelve million bacteria Inhabit the- sklnlof a half a pound of cherries ac cordlnlt to Dr Ebrllcb a German jnltst who baa made extensive ex Imenta la regard to the infection of- frul with bacteria Currants come- nJU with eleven million to every half- pouod and grapes next with eight mU- Jlou Dick Lawson was bid over without bAil to answer to the murder of Elijah Durham at Jellleo LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J T Hackloy sold a lot of fat hogs at 60 John Pepplea soldto Henry Hester a mule for 8155- Kd Peyton sold to Jailer Herrin two 450pound hogs at Co J M Roberta sold to Lutes Co bunch of welhera at 12 15 Cooper Hamilton sold hero yesterday a lot of 550 to 803 pound cattle to J ale J Carroll Bailey sold to Matt S Co hen yesterday a black harnes geldl for 1275 George T Wood bought of T W Jones a 1000 pound bull at 3e and threo of Mark Hardin at same price Prince Charming tho great show horse owned by Lawrence Jones of LouUvlllo died of kidney trouble T C Rankln bought of C II Yca gar 16 yearling mules at SCO and of J M Roberts 68 owes at a fair price E T Ponce sold to R L Goao Ji yearlings at 4 to 4Jo Thomas Penco sold six of same to Mr Goao at 3Jc- lalun White sold to C T Boboi a pair of aged mules for 8200 and to Lutes Co 11 yearling cattle atUlo Fayo Jc Allen sold 150 of the sbeep advertised In this paper at 13 50 INTERIOR JOURNAL advertisements pay James W Redford and Jako Hugi toy sold told to Simon Well 210 export cattle at 560 They were a splendid lot At J B Greens sale Saturday fodder brought 0 to 12o per shock cow 112 to 115 and farming implements lold low FOR SALE Extra good tow and son pigs two month old Sow will weigh cloao to 300 pounds W D Mo Klnnoy J D Camenlscb the dairyman Is feeding his cows on Old Process Oil Meal and finds that It gives the most atlsfactory results A half Interest In the Amanda Rob srts farm adjoining tho poor hour farm waa bought yesterday by Thou is Ramsey for 136150 The following live stock was handles in Chicago ona day list week whlo rake all previous records Cattle 3J 00 hogs 44000 sheep 55000 The Hessian fly use appeared In randcrburgh county Ind Considers 1o damage has already been done t0 bide of wheat sown early In tho autumn R C Nunnelloy sold to A M Pcnc a carload of calves at 123 Mr Pone has taken them to Missouri to dlspoa of Mr Nunnelley bought of Mlu Mollie Harman 100 ewes at 3 Charles Taylor n New England bar lees horseman Is the most remarkabl maD on the turf He has been drivln pacer and trotters all his life and II low 06 years of age Ho still takes a eat in the sulky whenever the oppor unity offers Wm C Whitney and August Del noel have secured an option on a larlie ractof land adjoining Whitneys racetrack near Alkon Ga It Is their pti DOle to make the finest race track ID tile United States where their hone can be raced In the winter N I Buster Jr sold to Grant Ly maD of New York a high trot hori for 1400 Ike Scott sold Lee Rlker and George Chinn 300 barrels of corn In the eld at 12 ClAbo Bradsbaw refused 1260 a barrel for his corn He has 251 barrels said to be as good at was ever ilsed Harrodtburg Herald COURT DAY There were 40 yearlings at A B Florences pens yesterday and they sold at 330 At I M rucos pens were 120 cattle that sold a I2 to 410 There was a good demand for cattle of all grades and especially for slop cattle Mules wero In demand at 10 to 1125 Plug horses were slow a ItO to 175 The crowd was not up to he average Bond 3l Carpenter of Lawronceburg tOlk over 15000 worth of cattle out of- Balle to bo slopped In Anderson coun 1 They bought 60 from T W Ken- ney 32 from Sam Mooro and 31 froa- Dick Kenney at 4o Tho cattle averag ed about 1000 pounds J M Sallee rchaied In Mercer 20 feed cattle at 1375 Rob Goddard has sold his new- crop of tobacco at Bio all aroundAd vocate There Is a strong sentiment In Coo- JtrePi In favor of repealing the duties on coal and meats This sentiment IZrow out of the resentment against tho packers who raised tho price of- beef and the railroad coal presidents who e refusal to arbitrate the dlIYer- lIoeel with the miners caused a coal- fimIDt This sentiment It reflected In the number of bills already Introduced In this Congress providing for the reo- peal of duties on these articles Arep- eal of these duties Is certainly due he- peoploLexIDllton Democrat Better Than a Plaster A pece of flannel dampened with mborlalns Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts Is better than a plaster tor a lame back and for pains in tho side or chest Pain Balm has no superior aa nlmentforthe relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by Craig 6 hooker Stanford The Denver woman who presented her husband with a corkscrew and I- Bible probably thought that Vie was taklnlt the only means to Insure be- opeulmg of the Bible Louisville Timet r Why cant we come over to house and playanymorolBetl1use to madwhen we make a little bit of noise What makes him that walMamma says its dye pepsin makes him act so crazy That I about the way boyTheidea of his own unrea sonableness or harsh ness Little things arc magnified and seem to his quick anger Theres for the happinessfor use of Doctor Tierces Golden Medical Discov cry It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion- and nutrition and restores perfect health and strength enabling the perfect digestion and assimila Hop I have taken one bottle of Dr Mtrces Golden Medical nl coerry for imtlgwtioa and liver writes Mr C M CoJNcoramencttl your medicineIn fact bare not felt like the tame fore took the Golden Medical Disco not est anything without air- Cndttreu but Icnn wt anything I wish without now unpleasant ccllag Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse and regulate the bowels Mississippi Bears Address he President News note Tho president dldn caotura a single bear during his buo In Mtiiltilppl Your strenuous lifts We dons admire And since youve chosen To retire To other parts Well take the rest We so much need We love repose The slow Yazuo It not so strenuous Sir AS yes And on lif banks Wo loaf and love When you aro not Around to shove Why should you come- Down here to chase Usot3t of every Resting price We love our ease As you do not And bate to scoot From spot to spot And yet dear sir Though wd despise To apo your strenuous Enterprise Wo rosily think Weve shown to you Tbat we can hustle P d q W J LAMPTON toPrevent Croup It will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can In prevented The fist sign of croup fa inarsencM A day or two before the at tack the child becomes hoarse This Is loon followed by a peculiar rough rough GIve Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough trough appears and It will dispel all symptoms of croup In ibis way all danger and anxiety may be yolded This remedy it used by many thousands of mothers and has never been known to fall It Is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon mud that Is pleasant and safe to take For Isle by Craig Hocker Stanford After settling tbo question whether Booker dined or merely lunched with eddy perhaps Gen Wright can Inform a palpitating public whether Booker picked his teeth with a lork- As Wright seems determined to saute aD International question out of It and pparenty was watching the proceed age from the kitchen perhaps ho can tell the whole story Paducab News Democrat The cruller Philadelphia once ono of tho crack ships of the nayy Is to be averted Into a training ship HIC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE t desire to sell farm of acres just itsldeof the town limits It is one of the ettlest homes around Stanford and well Improved with a bandsomo twostory d rolling good kitchen and splendid dry cellar Kino water and electric lights rnlthed free Most of the outside fellc- IlIg Is kept by others Very little feBc- IBr to Splendid barn a good ctnlatd- oer In a state of cultivation wUb slat of It In grass Good rodmy meat hoUle etc Terms to suit purchaser call- and tee the place J8 Hundley Stanford r a L iPPatrons GREETING a ses e How about your Christmas Shopping V Christmas bells will soon ring merrily have yon selected your gifts If not you cnn not do better thou to Visit our exposition of nil that is artistically choice in our liner1ho selection displayed of DIAMONDS FINE WATCHES JEWELRY SILVERWARE A v NOVELTIES Has much to recommend it It is the beet we have ever shown and you know what wo have done in the past There is Wisdom I In buying this class of goods from roputablo jewelers then you know how easily reachable our pricos always are Murray McAdams JEWELERS And OPTICIANS Danville Kentucky CARSON 8c PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes GUNS i Ammunition Hunting Vests tf c We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for pII r t Craig Hocker STANFORD it 11 ticdcrtA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable 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 the ingredients are perfectly harness Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 Dr IJ Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will be at the Veranda Hotel Thursday Dec 11 One Day Only There are numerous conditions where taues are required and give relief to head aches dizziness darting pals In eye bell or or burning teasatione- in or about the eye Take advantage of hIs skipDont neglect your ehllden s JDifficult cases solicited Office hours 0 A M to 4 r x St Awph Holds Stanford Ky 4