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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1voL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1219029 A M NO 80 I JUDGE M C SAUFLEY ILand Tried Democrat and Distinguished Kentuckian who was nenomlnatod for Circuit Judge at Dnnvlllo Wednesday NEWS NOTES Jama C Claus tretdoL of the Mobile and Oilu ralinwj 0 rU at CM sago John Slder of Jeorretowe was killed by falllrt from hi bone Ie Lax InRton A New Jersey womitn was killed bjr a trait wblle tryluff to save her dOll from death Louisville taxable property amount to 1120000030 an exows of t2rOftoon over last year The nOD Robert M Yarslltr former Coojjreumin dropped deal at Doylestowo Pa A mlllloa ooo dollar bllii puked si1 idly like leaves In a book would make a pile 275 feet high Edward Keller tupervlior of con ConIIn Italy the manufacture of UlrR aniafanual revenue of H000000 Baltimore and Ohio freight trains collided near Cumberland Md and the result was a Ion ot over 160000 The Virginia House of Delegates patted a bill appropriating 150000 fort raa State exhibit at the Si Louis fair Nearly SCO dtlegatet aro attending the convention of the Interitate lode pendent Telephone Association at Chi t cago Claude ODrleo was found guilty at Lexington of the murder of A D China and bit punUbment was fixed tt deathAtlanta suffered a S5COCOO Ore which originated In the Snook Is Aut tin Furniture Cot store on Whitehall 1tr result of an explosion of a box of dynamite In a mine at Wllketbarre Pa four men wore kilted and 10 Injur t ed three perhaps fatally Mr and Mr William Lvnatn whiteI driving from Carllsh were struck by an L ft N train Mr Lynam wss l killed and his wife wai severely bruit ed tI Well No6 In the Bob Bar Odd the oldest proven territory In Kentucky came In Wednesday It Is a gusher I and oil men say It will make over 1000 barrels dally Sam A Smith adentlstof Maysvlllo who bad been missing since Friday was yesterday found dead In his room with a bullet hole In his bead It was evidently a coo of suicide In a OL or raRe because bla mother rebuked him and petted his brother a a little boy at Shelton Coon threw himself Into a tub of boiling water and died a tow hours liter In agony John D Rockefeller and a number of other wealthy mien whose tames are withheld wl l create vast trust fund to promote education by aldlnir exist log schools throucbout the country i A New York woman has been great ed a divorce from her husband because she proved that he Threw eggs atl her shied a lamp at her bit her with a frying pan kicked her In the Jaw j kicked her In the thigh tore her clothes off her back and chased her with an axs A Washington special sayt A man In Lexington should have a free con science now For years he bas been sorely troubled because be owed the government 110 Finally be could Stand It no longer and be gave 110 to the Episcopal rector of bU town and asked him to forward the money to the government CRAB ORCHARD Corn In this vicinity Is One and wiling at 12 delivered Rev Brewer preached at the Chris plan chH oh SiiFdav in n fair audience Rv Farr of Lexington has been called a pastor for the New Year Itsv J M Bruce preached bla last sermon as pastor of tbo Baptist church Stirdtv mnrnlng fie will bo called for beoimre year His many friends baps be will arcept Meiirs Curtis Cover and J WGucst were sent as delegates to the Danville convention Wednesday to nominate candidate for circuit judge and Com monwealths altrraoy Mr George Spanpler had qulto a narrow escape from being killed by his tenn backing over a bluff and the wa gon turning over on him Wo are glad that his Injuries aro slight OIl hors es were badly hurt A great many men came In town last Saturday to attend the convention and It made the Huh city look quite burl ness like for a while Judge Saufley and Mr Owaley bad many admirers on hand to look after their Interests John Carson from Alabama was a guest of his slater Mr Holman for a few days Do Is jest up from a spell of typhoid fever Miss UcuUh Carson of Stanford was visiting relatives here MS Mollle Collier of Orodbcadmado her mother Mrs Amanda Taum a short visit Lewis Dlthon died a few days ago Hit wife Is quite Mrs Fish Is a guest of W A Pettus and wife on De pot street Mesdames J G Carpenter and D V B llou came up from Stan ford to visit relative Miss Nettle Collie and Master George Andrew James were up Sunday from Stanford Visiting relatives MATRIMONIAL E H Bobbltt and Miss Bell Tiller were married at Barbourvlllo J N Vinci and Miss Rachel Hodgkin were married at Winchester S Edward Thompson of Georgetown and Miss Eugenia Tbarp of Mercer were married yesterday Walker Stout and Miss Nellie Alford were married at the court house by Rov J W Hagln yesterday Butler Benion aged 22 and Mrs Sarah Williams 27 drove to Stanford yesterday and were united In wedlocks holy bond The postmaster general has Issued an order amending the postal regulations by requiring that whenever any wo man employed In the postal service either ai postmaster or unclassified clerk marries she must take the oath of ofllce anew It We aro In receipt of an Invitation t the marriage of Mr Walter B Curtis and Miss Lottlo Wene of Nashville which occurs at 1030 A M Dec 23 Mr Curtis Is a son of Mr and Mra H Curtis of the East End and U most excellent young man Invitations have been Issued for the marriage of Miss Agnes Guttery of this city to Mr J K Christian of Mc Intosb Fla on Tuesday Dec 23 at high noon at too homo of Dr and Mrs H B Brown Tbo ceremony will bo performed by Rev L O TrenL pastor churchLlncoloIller turkey buyer who spends a portion of each November and December here William Adams the wellknown Lexington monument man Is dead HON JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR The Ablest Commonwealths At torney In the State who was Renominated at Danville Ky PAINT LICK Corn la a tltw sale at II 76 Pat begs are scarce hero at silo Hog killing Is In full blest hero Onr merchants are doing a rushing business Wo are to have another wedding In our midst soon Jaolc Adams sold to Meson Pulllns a good work mare for ty0 George Broaddus bad a fine horse to fait and kill himself while out driving last week Milt Condor our log man spent Sat urday and Sunday with his parents In Crab Orchard The Paint Lick people will make an FairviewsChristmas eve Ike Arnold has rented tbo Veranda Hotel from John Slier for next year and will take possession Jan 1 Rodney Grlpgs bought of S H Blount his black smith tools and has opencdup a shop on Lancaster street Rev T S Roberts delivered bis fare well sermon at Falrvlew Sunda hay log accepted a call to Morganfleld Rev Lawrence of Lexington will fill his appointment for next Sunday dell Terrlll and sou Givens left for Oklahoma to make their home Mr Torrlll Is one of our oldest citizens and we are sorry to loose him Mrs Hen ry Moore who has gene quite sick Is Improving John Slier has recovered sufllclently to be on the streets again hire Jennie Searcy la visiting her sis ter Mrs Katie Shears of Red House Dr Hunter of Louisville was the guest of Dr Frank Walker Miss Ma ry Clark Engleman Is visiting her aunt Mrs Norris in Richmond BAKED APPLE DUMPLING Peel and core as many apples As your appetite may wish Six or eight perhaps a dozen That would be a generous dish Make a dough like cracker biscuit Roll It thin with skill and taro Place an apple lightly on It Take your knife and cut It square Largo enough to hold your fruit In Then within tbo vacant place Of the core a bit of butter Cinnamon and sugar place Draw your square up well together Pinch It gently on the top So your dough will be protected Lest the cooking juices pop When your apples are all covered Take a fork and prick them through Twill prove bettor In the baking Half a dozen times will do Bake them slowly and while cooking Take of sugar lust a cup And a modest lump of buLLer And with light band cream them up Adding extract and your hard sauce Set on Ice to harden more Lift your apples from the oven And your labors will be oer Servo thorn hot the sauce adds flavor And each dumpling firm and brown Is a practical achievement Adds a jewel to your crown- HUB1iLE r Miss Mattie Mattlngly Is with Mrs M B Eubanks Luce Bros shipped a car load of hay at 012 to some mountain parties Mrs Wm Stanford bas gone to Ton heroparents Bro Cook of Burgln will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning nights bought somo yearling mules of C H Yeagcr at 660 S L Nance of Knoxvllle was here Monday looking for a load of fat mules Sidney Dunbar bal Bomo hogs weighing 300 Iba at 8 months old It la needless to say be used our International stock food The White Squadron under Admlr al Sumner has won tbo navel war game near Porto Rico The Witte Squadron known as the enemy suc ceeded In eluding the defensive fleet1 and captured Mayaguez harbor The success of the enemy la pointed out as Indicating the necessity for more practice In defensive operations HON W S BURCH Who was Chairman of the Dan ville Convention LANCASTER Fat hogs are bringing Oc Lancaster my have a republican candidate for circuit judge Mrs Nixon Perkins has sold the old Perkins farm to a mountain man Miss Rella Arnold will lead the Christian Endeavor Sunday evening Richard Ballard has moved to J X Dunns late dwelling at Bryantsvllle Judge A D Ford bas rented the Ward dwelling on Richmond street for the ensuing year Miss Alice Rons left Wednesday for her home In Dover much to the regret of several admirers- J C Robinson told a horse for EOb Judge J S Robinson sold a horse to W B Burton for e65 Tbe matrimonial fever has struck tbe Point Leavell section and two or three weddings are Imminent Mrs Kllza Anderson and daughter Mrs Battle Landram will move to the home of Mrs Ed Morrow Mrs Mason Miller a recent br3r bad the misfortune to Ignite her cloth log and suffer a severe burn The protracted meeting at the Pres byterian church is In progress services being bold at 230 and 7PM It Is believed the Christian church repairs will be sufficiently near com pletion to occupy within two weeks In refurnishing tbe Christian church it has been observed a new pulpit bible would be a beautiful and suitable gift Miss Rena Master the gifted Pennsylvanian will visit Lancaster en route to Texas and deliver a temperance ad dress Mrs R A Stone will lead the W C T U tomorrow afternoon tho subject being The Origin of Red Letter Days Tbe Baptist congregation will do light their Sunday school pupils by arranging a ladder for the reception o Santa Claus and his gifts Miss Berthenla McCbord who be been a frrquent guest of Miss Florence Burnslde will be married on the 17tb to Mr Howard of Texas Mrs Maggie Poor Crutcbfleld and daughter of bexlngton have engaged rooms with Mrs Mary Fox and will become Lancaster residents Miss Inez Teal Miss Lily Noels millinery trimmer has returned to Cincinnati and will be joined by Miss Katie Hood In a business venture The announcement bas been made of the marriage on the 23rd of Miss Eli veree Wallace daughter of Mr O T Wallace of this county and Charles Bell of Due West South Carolina The wedding will be a quiet one and the bridal couple will go at once to their southern home Miss Lizzie Tomllnson of Buena Vista and Corlez Burgh of Middles boro were united In marriage Wed nesday the brides father Rev Henry Tomllnson performing the ceremony Misses Mary and Fannie Tomlinson Hugh Tomllnaon and Charles Robin eon acted as attendants The bride la a niece of Hun R H Tomllnson W B Most was In Stanford Wedne day shopping Mr J B Moss and wife left Wednesday for their home In North Carolina Misses Fox of Eaton Ohio and Reevesof Toledo aro ex pected guests of MM Jacob Joseph Messrs Sam Denny and Towles Wal ker left this week for a bear bunt near Grenada Miss bills Christine Brad ley will attend the AndrewsArm strong wedding at Flemlngsburg on toe 17th R A Stone left Wednesday for a business trip to Louisville Tbe many friends of Miss Julia Reid will bo glad to learn of her rapid recovery Rev W W Akers and wife of Mem plus are guests at the Preabyterlan parsonageBilious Colic Prevented Take a double dote of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the fit indication of the disease appears and a threatened attack may be warded off Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect sue errs For sale by CraIg Hocker Stan ford Warm Clothing Is cheaper than Coal or Doctors Dills We have everything needed to keep a man warm and free from colds Come In and let us fit you out i- nUNDERWEAR CLOTHING SHOESGLOVES CAPS C IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KB To OUF Patrons GREETING sa tr rsoe How about your Christmas Shopping Christmas bells will soon ringmerrilyhave jou selected your gifts If not you cap not do better than to visit our exposition of all that is artistically choice in our line The selection displayed of DIAMONDS FINE WATCHES JEWELRY SILVERWARE NOVELTIES everfpasteThere is Wisdom In buying this class of goods from reputable jewelers then yon know how easily reachable our prices always are Murray McAdams JEWELERS And OPTICIANS Danville Kentucky ee Quick Heat e Is what you want on crisp mornings after a SUDDEN CHANGE This la another demand that will show the excellence of Coles OriginalHot Stoves The room heated to 60 do grace in five minutes and this temperature maintained for three hours in the morn Jug with the fuel putlnto the stove the night before ia the record SOLD BY Wiggins 8 McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY if f ISi 4 cari a t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eo C WALTON H H HENNINGER Of Wayne County U a candidate tor Slate Tren urn ta tbll action of the emocntlo pArI ROBERT HARDING of Dtntlll li a candidate for Circuit Judelub ect to the action of the Democratic tarty CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer It a candidate lor Commonwealth At torn 10 thIJ the 13ln Judicial dUUIcti ubJKt to the action of the deinocntle party M F NORTH Ii a candidate for the Democratic nominate for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac lion of the party JMALVERSON U a candidate for the Democratic nomination for RIP reunutlve of Lincoln county subject to the Actloa of the party TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL which bas been regular in the 30 or more years It has proclaimed and supported democ racy has no with those demo ocrati who prove themselves Irrelular by participating ID rump conventli It Slalms that there was no excuse for the rump convention held at Danvllle Wednesday and It predicts that the Bell and Harding men will see the cr ror and folly of their way ere maoy moons wax and wane tt was both childish and churlish In the supporter of Meesrs Bell and Harding organlzlDJ a convention of their own when they saw defeat staring them In the face The claim that Chairman W S Burch was Ineligible as temporary chalrmao and that his rulings were unfair and that this made them start a ramp cln vontton will not bear close Inveatlj tlon Such lawyers as Col R P Ja cobs Judge R J Brecktnrldge Col W G Welch and a host ol others say that Mr Burch was eligible as tempo rjry chairman Mr Burch rullngl were not unusual to say the least But this Is neither here nor there The rump convention was held and Judge Ben F Roach and D Lee Currey of Mercer were made chairman and see retary respectively Resolutions were pined etc i etc and W Cone Bell was nominated for Judge and Cbarl A Hardin also of Mercer for Commonwealths Attorney Mr Bell ac copied the nomination In a short speech but Mr Hardln ealdIInary a word As stated elsewhere the regular convention nominated Judge M C Saufley and John Sam Owsley Jr for edge and Commonwealths Attorne respectively and they are the eotle men who will carry the banner to vie tory in November next BOOKER T WASHINGTON the greatest Negro In the world takes a sens ble view of the disfranchising of ignorant people in the South by new con etltutlone He saysIIwe cannot eleI yate and make useful a race of peopl until there Is held out to them a hope of reward for right living II The hope of reward in this case Is tb suffrage Every revised constltutlo throughout the southern states II say Washington has put a premium upon Intelligence ownership of property thrift and character II If the Negr wishes to vote and to stand In this re specs on a level with his white neigh bore ho must learn to read and write or must get together property enougl to entitle him to the ballot Until there is evidence to the contrary ItI must be presumed that a colored manI who has a right to vote under a revise constitution will be allowed to vote IT is estimated by the Boston Globe that It costs Boston 82765000 a year for the prevention and punishment of crime It costs Chicago over 84000 000 for a partial list of expenses But with a loss of 10000000 more added m the wages of sin there Is an annual ex pendlture of 814000000 These expen sea are annually Increasing A glance at these figures show that there must not be any relaxation in educational and suppressive methods to arrest crime in any of the clUeD and commu nltles of the United States THE Danville News nukes a little fling at this paper but its editor feels too good over Judge Sautleys and Sam Owsleya nomination to notice it Intact we are so tickled over our townemsna getting there IIthat we ark almost willing to forgive Brer Ltl lard for all the mean things he has said about Judge Saufley By the way Mr Ltllard what about those constituted authorities you have harped so loud and long on l TUB most pathetic testimony yet beard by the anthracite strike commie lion was offered by an aged man who told the story of his eviction with his dylnjf wife from company house A widow testified that it took her and her sons 13 years to pay off a company debt after her husband was killed in the mines TUB commissioner of Indian affairs that from the founding of the- goveromeatdowo waa spent gland 8315000000 controlling the ladling and 8240000000 for the education and care of their children This is a large bill though It is not to be compared with that for the civil war OUR TOWNSMEN WIN Judge Saufley and Commonwealths Attorney Owsl- eRenominated We were right In our prediction that Judge M C Saufley and lion John Sam Owsley Jr would be reoomloa ted for circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney at the Danville con ventlon It took only one ballot each to nominate them They got LloeolDd nine votes Garrards seven and ooe and a fraction of a vote from Dolyl Col W G Welch presented the name of Judge Saufley and Prof M D Hughes of Lancaster that of Mr Ow ley Mr W S Burch of Stanford by virtue of his office as chairman or the blggent democratic county In this judicial district was temporary chairman of the convention and was later made permanent chairman Mr Craig Ralston of the Danville Advocate was made secretary When the call for credentials was made Mercer and Lincoln presented their papers without contest The co tire delegation from Garrard was coo tested It alto developed that conteate had been made from several precincts in Boyle county Chairman Burch de tided that the Saufley delegates Irom Garrard were entitled to seats In the convention and In Boyle county a vote and a fraction ol a vote were Rlveo Judge Saufley his per cent of the pre slncts carried by him In the precloot onventon of last Saturday At tbls juncture a dozen or more Harding and Dell delegates tried to speak at ooce ilalmlng that Chairman Burch wal oat ruling fairly that he was Incllglble as temporary chairman and what not but Mr Burch knew his business aod upped several of them out of order Some of the speeches were pretty erce attacks but Chairman Durch held his temper admirably and made the speakers feel ashamed of them elves A move was then started by the Harding and Bell followers for a rump convention and they made Judjte Ben F Roach chairman and Lee Curry secretary All this was done while Chairman Burch was in contra so to speak of the convention DlI order and confusion became so Itreat that the Chairman entertained motloo for adjournment and the con mtlon stood adjourned until 7 P This was about 330 P M and the convention had only been la session an- hour At the night session Judge M C Saufley and HOD John Sam Owsle Jr were nominated as above state The rump conuentlon completed Ita l bore about 630 p M after nomlna Ing W Con Bell for Judge and Cbarl A HardIn for Commonwealths attorney Neither a lawyer nor a pol1tlclao- we can not state positively what will be- the result of the nominations but WI- feel satisfied that If the State Executive Committee la called on to lIeule- the matter Judge Saufley and Mr Onley will be declared the nominee Certaloly they are the nominees of the rellular convention and equally as cer- taln lIlt that the rump convention was egular In his speech of acceptance Judg Sauney said that while he had absolutely no doubt as to the legality and- right of his nomination he would yet be willing to go before the people in primary election and let them eay wtio- they want as their nominee if Mr Bel deelred to do so As a chairman with backbone and- ready answers Hon W S Burch has- few equals In the confusion and at all- other times he was as calm as a Mayday and after deciding as he deemed- right there was no change In him IT Is pretty tough that Robert Hard log who srarted the opposition to- Judie Saufley should get so bopeledsly- lelt at the Danville convention He- llOrted In the race with his wrong foot- forward and seems to have kept It 1froot all along OUR old friend Harry McCarty of the Jessamine Journal la a candidate for Representative and heres hoping the clerer gentleman will win his race MESSRS Nominees Saufley and Ows lev we congratulate you we shall sup port you No rump business la ourn1 we want the straight stuff or nothing FROlJ the way the Missouri courts are convicting rich men for bribery It- appears to us that the open season for millionaires is now on In the West THE Adair New tends forth the- startUog Information that the Pint- Pong craze has struck Columbia CHURCHMATTERS A small amount ol damage was done the Presbyterian church atNlcbolas- vlllo by fire Rev O M Huey preached at Port- alR Henry county Sunday It is an old charge of his- Rev Cates has resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Lebanon Juno tloo on account of ill health Rev O AI Buoys subject at the- Baptist church Sunday morning will b3 What will bo our rewardi at- night Character Building The largest electrical pumping plant In the world li that at Utah lake It ralsel 65000000 gallons of water a day lor Irrigating the Great Salt Lake val le1 0 THIS AND THAT Henry Turner for may years deputy county clerk of Nelson county II deadRev Abner Winchester Meacham father of Editor Meacham died 10 Christian county The Lancaster Distillery In Nehon county one of the plants owned by the trust was destroyed by tire Sam Johnson a Negro Tusca1assaulting a white woman near loosa Ala was shot to death Mrs William Eddet an author and accloldentally Charles B Peet one of tho clothing manufacturers of Now York was found dead in bed at his homo InIPlainfield N J At Martlnsvlllc Ind Arnot V llama was fined 91 sentenced to Jail forII 30 days and disfranchised for 13 ye for stealing a chicken Mrs J O Nealy her two daughti aged II and nine and a ton aged sev pauetgorltrainA letter received In Washings from a friend of Dr Godfrey Hunter In Guatemala City says five persons Implicated In a conspiracy to kill areI willibaveTwo thousand Venezuelan troops have arrived at La Guarla and more ire expected Venezuela Is proparl ta resist the German and Drltllb forces Excitement is Intense and Ill tlasses are carrying arms The court of appeals holds that rail oad corporations of other States opere ting in Kentucky under the pray lions of the Constitution and by com llance with Section 811 of the Ke thlslStatetlon of diverse cltlzaoshlp POLITICAL Editor D 0 Groff of the Jessamin Newl has announced his candidacy for- the Legislature The postoOlco at Avery Owen couo ty Clover Harlan county and Gall Wa1De county will be discontinued after Dec Representative Grow of Pennsylvs nla after a public career extendloj over 50 years made his retiring spcecl In the House Wednesday A bill providing for the marking of Iree of Confederate soldiers who diet Ill Northern prisons or hospitals bu- been Introduced la the Senate by Mr ForakerTbe confirmed the appoint meots of Leslie Combs as Minister U Guatemala and Daniel R Collier ai Uolted States Pension Agent for the Louisville district The Judicial convention at Danville relulted tn a most injudicious muddle but there Is a plenty of time In which to clarity the situation as the elec- tloo is sillily near a yearoaLoulsv- llle Times- rbo 25th anniversary of the service of Justice John M Harhn ou they Su preme Court bench was celebrated Ith A banquet at the Now Willard Botello Washington PrctldentRooto velt delivered an eloquent speech In kise of the Kentuckian Secretary Wilson of the Bureau ol AgllcuhuJo has sent a letter to Coo- ire88 asking for an emergency noprc pdatloo of 81000000 or so much thereof is may be required to aid in stamp log out the foot and mouth diseases amon cattle in New Engla- ndNOTICE I having claims the fII Anrenan Amanda Roberts deceased wil- lprelent them properly proven to me at WI HEimiN Admr CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Huston vllle Ky nnouncement for second term begin pJanlelDOlOacarD Falltt Ph president profenor Greek lIIgber Mrs Faille graduate of the Englliche Institute of Augsburg Oermany professor of Music German Froncb Miss Kate Boglo A B has been- placed at the bead of the Normal Department Mln Julia Stagg primary teacber- OermaD and French taught by a natlremu Ilc iy a German musician of many experience bookkeeping and general but- sInes forms without a text boot making It- practlca1from the beginning The Normal lJepartmeot Boglo Is to be one of tbt leading features of the term The Pre- puatory Department will bo taught by one of tbe moat popular teacher In this part of tbe State at very reuonable- rate For further particulars address the dden- tDR FENNERS IDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There IB a cure for you If necessary write Dr Fennet lie has spent a tltno curing Just suck cases asyours All consultations ree For years I bad backache severe pates across kidneys and scalding urine I could not Ret outof bed without help The use of Dr Fennera and Backache Cure re stored me CWACONEUKnobsvlllePaD- ruggtatsSOc II Ask for Cook BookFree STVITUSDANG p Sure Cure Circular PenHir FrsdoDlaN DfI e GRAND LEADERS Special Bargain Prices on cold weather snaps 25 pieces light and dark outings good weight nt fie per yard 15 pieces light nUll dark outings wide and heavy worth lOc at Sic porynrd Good weight ClIO ton flannel special price nt Bo per yard Extra size comfort oil calico covered nt uSe each Ladies heavyouting under skirts nt 24o Childrens heavy llwcoiMined uudorwwirnt 2lo each Ladies GOc ribbed underwear at 25c garment Ladies 25c ribbed underwear nt 15c garment 38inch nll wool broadcloth nil color nt title per yard at8lnO31 Owing to a large trade forced to dupli on house with the ready money were fortunate enough to buy fine BARGAINS Come in wet share of our profit THE GRAND LEADERLEVY S B LEVYMnnnpor u u h rt PARKE IS j HAIRBALSAM I PranoM a torHairnntoMOnyl taaI FOR RENT MT loreroom recently cccupled by Wit Severance Will rrotoroneormoeyearJ FOR RENT 1 desire to rent my property situated on Somerset street X mile from town consist- Ing of dwelling of seven rooms betid and servants room and a flne eel chicken houxc coal boueUr and a good stable and 10 acre of lanUj 2 hydrant one lu the yard and one for stoct well cistern ombined near the door tor drinking purpose BaldJAiL pityInYc repAir BROWN 8 BROWN- AttornoysatLaW I Office In Masonic D1dlt SOMERSET Room 9 KY VU1 practice In all the State Courts alao In United and Uankmptcy Courts Collections made and promptly STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations II1y- ncintheNarcleeue hors notice Peddle and VepetsblePlants of aU kinds In seater JNO CHRISTMAN Stanfo- rcPOSTED l IWe whose names appear below strict forbid hunting fishing or any kind of resspasslog on our places and will prow cute violators to the of the J Nevln Carter P W Gaiter James McCormack J F Dover Mrs Maggie Illbb James N Oath Mrs J M James Mtssrr Alex Traylor Tom Stone Mia Mattle Joseph Ilallou W 8 T IiJ H Dudderar M F Lawrence J T W P Crimea Malcana A RIce U alTOn J B Rocker Peter BalmerW E Amon A D Root E T Pence Goo n hopper George Holmes 11Mn Mar Pendleton Roffman JobnD Foster To Coal Consumer out k Sims theRaving to furnishcoal we are now tbe people of Stanford and surrounding untrr the best brands of coal at the Jowett market price for cash Farmers we 111 tako your hey and corn In exchange market price We solidfor coal at trade and weight foryour atcoal houseOrders receivedour money 44 or Boonei livery stable No 00 Boone des Buzxavezxt STrUFOftD KY Iustonville Property for Sale BaleI will offer at my property Ituated on the north side of Main on east lid of College street In Iluitonvllle y consisting o hotel and livery stable aud vacant lot This property Is well ar inged for hotel or boarding house and livery table ou some u nice baru 65x75 and all outbuilding necessary tor hotel and livery purposes and vaunt lot for private If desired water In abundance Property well arranged for private residence and now rented for that It you want paying property In Boetenvllle call on or address D S Carpenter Huston illl fly Full yard wide blench cotton at Cc ynrd- Xcjv Diphip corsets nt 08c liens jeans pallt nllwool nt 70o- Mens corduroy panlS licavy wolglit nt etC O MOHH fine suits nt 1218 SfiOO ibO 1000 mid 81250 Jlens flue overcoats ht 8208 600 S700- S 1000 + 1200 awl 1600 Dan Butts from 88c up to 500 Ladled flue drew skirte 5 SSOO 8800 8400 nud ROO Mens trainer weight uuilerwenr nt 2C 815 BOc and 81UO lIllY blunkrt at 05 85f 8100 8126 1CO- up to 8600 we were cate every line in our and we some will give you your HAYS Props smokehouse IiMr LawsonT the phone livery good THEtSpirit of Xmas should stir the giftbuying desire mid prompt nn early visit to our store There h n well selected stock of WATCH KSS CHAINS AND CLOCKS beautiful pieces in SILYKIl exquisite pieces of JEWELRY such na IJKOACHES RINGS ETC KTC W H MUELLER l iWe Never Guess f t People cvurywhcro will ovoniually insist on receiving the ideal service they get here with out insisting The public nt largo is not one half as particular as we arc in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In tho buying selling or compounding of drugs wo never 1 guess We make sure that everything is right in every particular Como to us I Pennys Drug Store Stanfordxy Stanford r Ky 1 n fSeeIn our Mantel Mirrors Hugs Rockers Pictures and Sundry Novelties make useful and suitable girtH A full line ofFurniture Mat tings Oil Cloths c nt prices that will suit G L CARPENTER Stanford Ky J In this space next issue W L McCarty the Kingsville Merchant will tell about the enormous Christmas Stock he will open soon i r r r a I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY DEC 12 1002 ID tilling your proscriptions wo uie proporUODIebtdo better It yon paid us double tbo price which Is always reasonable Pco r cyi Drug Store PERSONALS t iDORN UUho wife of Thomas Burke a ytonsmumps Mns GKO F PENDLETON Is of pneumonia Mtc AC SINE wont up to Llvlngi I ton Wednesday Dn J W GRANT of Lancaster was hero Wedociday BAMUKL CASTELLOW of Wayne is hero on business Mns JOSIE HANKY of Danville is with friends hero Miss PBAKL OCRNSIDK U vidtiog- frlnndeln Lebanon RKVlB MAllONVls at Mt Vcr eon working Insurance A T NUNNELLEY went up to Ilock cattio to hunt yesterday MIL AND Mns TUBO MOPE rot Lou don wore hero yesterday MRS J It WILLIS of Crab Orchard Spring was hero Wednesday MILS J O FRITH of Brodhead was a guest at Dr W U OBannons 1Dn R A JONES and Mr Thomsb wont to Cincinnati k diV Miss RAOIIEL ALLISON of Lexlng a11 with her sister Mrs Mary A Burch Mt8S 5S LlLLlE MOORE and France Portman of Liberty are with Mrs Ed Wilkinson Miss ALICE II ALL of Caioy Is with CoMit Sallie Worloy of the Turners vllle section JAMKS I HAMILTON of Lancaster pieced through yesterday on route to Deeion Miss MfAlburquerque N McMRS M K FlSlt and Mr W C Pettus of Crao Orchard wero hero shopping Wednesday Mns T C WILLIS Is at Richmond at tbo Bcditdo of her brother Mr Hugh Flnnell who Is very Mlt T F SriNK who has has been Ill was able to go down to see abou his Dardln county farm Tuesday CAIT R C BLAIN and wife of Grant county aro visiting bis mother Mr O n Dlala In tbo West End IN ordering the I J sent to her a Spcarflsb 8 D Mrs Angle Under wood Holuclaw writes that she has a good position la a dry goods store Jawbonjo ted on Tuesday and Is doing nicely f Miss GRACE BUITU trimmer for Mrs Cleo Brown loft Wednesday for ber homo at Chllllcotho O She will return In the Spring and assist Mrs Drown MR AND MRS RUFCB LUIS of Hustonvillo lout Tuesday for Wall Walla Washington whore Mr Llp baa secured a good position with bis cousin The West up this j popular couple with much regret r MRS STAFFS weekly letter from Somerset to the INTERIOR JOURNAL are quite the things needful to admlflee the city and advise the Us growth and desirability as a place of abode Somerset Journal I MR W A PETTUS of tho fIrm of Bra who recently embarked the merchandise business at Dry 1In was hero Wednesday He Is pleased with his prospects and has already fallen In love with his now homo M P ELK1N of Lexington S C Knights of the Maccabucs was here last week and made two addresses In the interest of the order Ills addra- Saturday night was highly Intareetlc and instructive do is not an anon to the Old Lieu Insurance Companies but an ardent enthusiastic believer In the Maccabees Adair News 1LOCALS AND still It rains WEDDING presents at Muellers TRY Englohards coffey Jno Bright A Co SEE our lamps before you buy Par Ill h Co BUY a fur collar fromour largo i new stock Grand Leader A GOOD man wants to borrow 13000 at 5 per cent Apply at this offlco WANT an extra llMonte Carlo coat All lengths see them Grand Leader FOR a useful Christmas present for your wife go to John P Jones upt h dato etoroaLOST between Stanford and Turns vlllo two packages ono containing 22 yards of calico and tho other a pair of ladles shoes John Coulter MoKln ney SCHOOL will begin ire graded I echool building Jan 10 Several rooms of the structure will be ready for oo- oupanoy by that time The graded school classes will be let out next Fri k l da yi tOO fine fur collarettes from llGO to 120 Grand Leader WEareltonflnofursand Monte Carlos Grand Loader ofHolidayIoodeover handled Farris it Co MORE beautiful shown at the Greed Leader than elsewhere Please return our sacks or call and settle for them J B Baughman k Co LADIES walking skirts atll03 12 1115 and 10 are the bOlt to be bad Allcolors Grand Leader STOREROOM and warehouso full of cheap medium and flan furniture Prices to sultull J L Beazlcy k Co WE areBdq pay all claims If you dont call and pay your taxes your property will bo advertised M S Baughman S L C CLUE PENNINOTON a clever old darkey end thrice a widower and Mrs Sarah Stcppa widow wore made ono at pikeWednesday I HAVE a few hateon hand that I will give any one a grcatbargaln In Now is your chance to got your hate at the very lowest prices Mrs Oleo Brown CCMMINS arcpresenting their friends end customers with the handsomest calendars we have sees hey era pretty enough to frame and ang In the parlor SUIT SIVQLETON has received a check for 10 per COOt of the school fund and he will pay It to tbo teacher Saturday lie requests teachers to call for their money before 12 oclock pMoRoborts jiMike13 60 and they are cheap at that Try a pair GJSSSEutual Benefit Insurance Co deliver to Mrs Anode Nowland yesterday heck for 1500 amount of policy car tied by her husband the late O J Nowland THE biggest years will beheld at George Holmes store house tear Crab Orchard depot next Saturday Dec 13 Overcoats suit pants underwear for men and women shoes shirting etc will go at your own priceJTHE regular annual meeting of the xllte at office in Stanford on Tuesday next iDib Tbo election of officers will occur and Dr Stcelo Bailey will read an Interesting paper Miss LEktWALTON afebrBtc- her 10th birthday yesterday by giving a party at which there were about LO of her little playmates Each guest brought a birthday present and the little hostess now has a house full of souvenirs of the enjoyable occasion i aNEIY ENTERPRISE Col J P Chin psbrae bought a large tract of land in Kentucky river cliff from William Condor Ono of the stipulations of the purchase Is that Condor remain on the land and raise red foxes and which tbo colonel to compensate liberally POSTOFFICE UnsTho postofllce 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 mho open from 1 to 2 P M each Sunday afternoon The night mall Is made up and closes at 830 I M J C Florence postmaster THE Danville convention la splendid Hayd d and asked fora primary there would not have been nominated two vote of candidates and there would hayo been little or no soreness today Better ro spec the will of the people WHAT Became of Parker the pretty fouract comedy will bo pro tented at Walton Opera House early In February Instead of the latter part of this month as heretofore stated Miss Georgia Lewis will hero charge which Is an assurance of success of the edtcrtalnment The music will be fur nlshcd by Saxton of Lexington and Miss Margaret Lewis of this place LACKEY Mrs Martha Lackey rol lot of Mr William Lackey died at the homo of her eon Mr S E Lackey la Uallatln Tear Wednesday night aged 83 The funeral was preached at her lato homo yesterday and the burial will occur In Buffalo Springs Cemetery this afternoon Mrs Lackey had been confined to her bed for nearly two boonra wont to was a most ex cellont Christian woman and was fully prepared to meet her Maker Mrs Lackey was a Miss locker and leaves besides the son mentioned above two sisters Mrs Mary J Mlllor of tbla place and Mr Jane Ballew of Gar rard She bad a great many friends In and eroded Stanford who deeply tor row at her taking away A godly woo man has gone to her reward CHRISTMAS presents at Muellers SOME beautiful vases Par rls k Co SEE W H MUPI W ad on our stood page DIP hip corsets the newest at Grand Loader r READY TO WEAR hats at coat Mrs Garland Singleton SOME nice pieces In Havelln Gos goods Parrls d Co PLAOE your order at once for holiday picture at Miss Sacra1 HeMEMlJlJt China ware and lamps cost you nothing Trade at Grand Leader A attended B Me Roberts opening of Christmas trlx last night It was a mot creditable die play NOTICE I desire to swap my store room and brick residence of 12 rooms In Hustonvllle for a farm Will put my FryfnUltoal1Ic Till ladles ofthe Presbyterian church will have an exchange Dec 24 ono day only at Severance Sons old stood They earnestly ask all the members to send donations and havo them there by 0 oclock A M LACKEY 0T Lackey who travels for a St Louis coffcp house won over nearly a 100 salesmen laetI month and got s prIze of 150 for doing e The house had offered that amount to the salesman s tiling most geolf OATRON W H Cstrocwho used to deal extensively la cattio In this county has boon given the Somerset ponotllco over Mr D Green Trimble incumbent and several other couotyJudgoIs a hard working republican Tug display of holdlday goods of eo H Farris do Co Tuesday was aI creditable ono Indeed The floes Chins ware purchasable was artlstlcal ly arraD edwhile lamps and many other useful things were shown by the hundred Mrs Mark Hardln and Miss Llzzlo owen assisted Mr Parrls In ar ranging bin display and decorating his bandiomo store and It Is useless Icby state that It was done well n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Judge S A Gano of Jamestown Is dead Prank Galloway aged 81 Is dead In the Bcrea section of Madison Milton F Gaylor has been appointee p couotyDrt by death an English Setter valued at 1500 epproprlatlod al cemetery Ic Pulaski Charley Callelte aged 16 was run over and killed by care at the Strslg htICreek mines In Dell county James Woolen has been appoints Postmaster at Sparksvlllo Adair coun ty vice C C Roe resigned John Kennedy a brakemen on the Richmond it Livingston branch who was hurt near Winchester died at St Josephs Hospital Lexington A new well on the Payne farm In Thrat was destroyed before the flames could bn subdued Horace Sur Itt while In a dry stern at Harrodsburg volunteered assist In pulling up the elevator pulley broke resulting In Surflltts leI being broken In four places Tbo trade of Mr Geo Hocker man agar for W 3 Hilton has Increased eo much that It keeps tour men busy walt log on customers and two delivery war one carrying out goods says the Junc flan City correspondent of the Advo cate A Harrodsburg dispatch says that hisser Qulsenburry and Welsh of Danville have been In the city and county trying to secure the right of way for the extension of tho Southern railway The opposition of ere has decreased to some extant and there Is not likely to bo moro than two condemnation suits LAND STOCK CROPS ETC FOR SALE No 1 Jersey cow B W Galnes Rowland 2t C Vanoy told to R C Hocker two 660pound steers at about to FOR SALE Extra goodisow and sov en pigs two months old Sow w weigh close to 300 pounds W B Mo Kinney Robert F Sloan of Wayne has pur chased the James loose farm on Dlx river near Hubble containing 05 acres at 142 60 W E Amon has sold 1635 worth ofof hogs of his own raising this year He sold a fat one to Dave Collier at which brought him t31 Students in osteology at the State College Lexington dug up the bones of the famous trotting horse George Wilkes at Ash Grove farm and the bones will be mounted and placed In the museum at the college George Wilkes died In 1882 and founded prob In1bea InKnoxsoootoThe long strike at the Spreckels Sugar Refinery at Sao Francisco hoe been amlcablsettled W L Lawrence of Jonesboro Ga was found dead In a box car near there QorseCave PUBLIC SALE I theRaulMONDAY JANUARY i lyoj rlkeThllgrassLen cellar etc All In good reralr Thta Is a deslra TrmIFOR SALE A splendid storeroom residence In sec ond story splendid stock of general merchandise also a well arranged seal yard nlqademan who Will come and Inspect and Is do withTbllotherhnlavaesaleAddress Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First atlonal Rank of Stanford will be held at InJanuarrdirectors yearJOIIN CahlerI Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na t tlonal Rank of lustonTllle will bo held at their banking house In Hustonvillo tbo sec Dad Tuesday In January 1003 between 0 and II x for the purpose of niceties di rector to serve the year J W HOUitER Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of tho LIe cola County National flank of Stanford wll eceondTuudayof electing yearJFARM FOR SALE I deslro to eon my farm of 100 acres loca ted on Knob Lick H mile ot Knob Lick It II all No1 farming land near half of which Is In cultivation the ro malodor in BlueGrass Has on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other eprlngsandfarm would do well to see my placeaS W OIVENB Stanford Ky No 1 Small Farm For Sale ffarmCamnttr an J others ements 8room jroojrurcy hout cool and wood house bit stiFle com crib rte stock tarn large tobacco barn ten ant house two good orchards and all kinds of fruit dhomeCan on F P COMBEST Phil Casey Co Ky A Word To You desire to thank mr good patrons who have given mo a liberal share of their work and ask a continuance of same My shop wllllnKtokinds of blacksmltblng done Wagon and promptlyWALTER FIELDS TnrnersTllle Ky J W PRICE ProprietoriBlacksmith and Carriage Ri pair Shop nodeEast Main Street STANFORD andAIlorsehoelagate0cMl Traylor i icet DEALERS IN WHIsku Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc KYOloPrompt and polite attention Nothing but the tee receivenPUBLIC SALE On Saturday December 27 I will sell at my farm mile south of Krlger postofQce on the county road leading to Bo pets flee miles south of Crab Orchard on the Joe Broughton farm mare 6 yean old In foal to Jack good work horse t years old 2 good milk COWl steers 3 tat hogs 20 shoats good two hone wagon goon waIIhay rake 100 bushels corn lot of potatoes several hundred feet of lumber different kinds barrow lot of boards big plow and heylargedresser machine glass front cover 3 good bedsteads good washstand dining room safe good cooking stove beating stove children bed 3 rocking chain lot other chairs baby cradle small table two halt barrels ot kraut lot shelled oats toGoSale begins at 10 oclock Ioodtoranother tract of land of 65 acres adjoining above damaledbynew shoes There will also be a lot of sec Dad hand sewing machines Land will be sold on reasonable term Terms oa personal property will be mad InvitedDJ P Cheerier Acct RUBBER I Rubber Loots for MEN Felt hoots for MEN anti BOYS All Rubber Overshoes for men Clothtop over shoes for MEN and WOMEN Rubber Overcoats for MEN Rub berwork coats for MENand BOYS Rubber sandals for IBN WOMEN and CHILDREN Buyrobber goods now and keep out the WET Lot us save you money on what you b- uyCummins 8 McClary ty WARM FEET Ave absolutely necessary for health and comfort Wo have trictl especially hard this time to provide WARM and DRY FOOTWE AR for our customers Felt boots arc necessary for an outdoor laborer we have in a half dozen grades ranging in price from 200 to 8300 The HONEST MIKE Loot so wellknown for service and warmth we bravo in all sizes at 850 Tho HARTFORD BOOTn light kip at 800 other grades at 250 200 and 100 Terms Cash ii l H J McRobertsh ii December Temptations To bargain seekers Read the items and prices below as it will pay you well for your time to look through our complete stock and get the cut prices on desirable goods Cut prices on all ContsCapee and Jackets This means a saving of 150 to 300 on your cloak 15c Flannelette beautiful designs at 12ic- Funarc cheaper than ever before and at reduced prices cost only a trifle Finest line of Table Linens Towels Napkins Ac we have over shown We will have our display Dec 12 the biggest line of Xmas Handkerchiefs in town initials at 5 to SOc Pure linen handkerchiefs 10 and15c Golfgloves 25and50c Kidgloves75cl150 See us for Comforts Blankets Underwear One of the main features of our store is we have what you want Come to us We sell and recommend only tho best Swraate Sons New Store JOHN BRIGHT JR a cojDealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement s y t ytoteS e e ae e eP S t I 5a iie Continued GrowthThe East Tennessee Telephone Company has issued its state dmeat for the month ot November and the rapid growth of tho 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 the month 274 Subscribers Nov 20 1002 13787 lil THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford ai teondclatt mate- rTableshd Tunqsans nae v 1 PER YEAR CASH When not sopstdsaOO will becharged KNOXVILLE DIVISIO- No2tTnlagoingNorlh I 028 a UC6am 2aoam 02S b South 12 25 am Wo23 II 2pm For all Points A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OffleaOT r VeBoberUDiul InthOwdey I UuUdlnj R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Offlw over Higgins sit McKlnncrs Store Telephone f0 91 h THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when services are rendered and must paid promptly JIll tu T Giboney Jeffries LlvoryFoodSnloStabiorLiberty r Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade lions and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager YJEYJ e t That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pre mium may cost you a hundred in a loss That only solid cash in sight andI experienced management guarantee sure fIt That insurance in the Home ofI New York can be relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Garrard Boyle and Casey Counties KentuckyI J+ V McC1MYEMBALMERrl And Dealear In HABtfESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky J La Beazle COJ Undertakers and- Embalmers D1AI4M3 1C FstrnltureattinjfsRapsThey a sail PZCHtight ITiKTORD DWXrJOKY WAYNESBURG W E Smith la on a visit to homo folks from Oil Center A new coat of paint has Improved dwelling and store of L G Gooch Our school will close on Friday before Xmas and will begin agile Jan 1 Lewis Singleton was here Saturday and Sunday Saya he is closing tbo book of the old year to open the now with a clean page MUs Anna Gooch who has been teaching at Highland Is at homo again Tncodore Reynolds Is rejoicing In the arrival of a new boy at his house We failed to say In our last letter that Rev W R Davidson preached the funeral of Mr Mattle Padgett at Eu banks church and her romaine were laid to rest In Eubanke cemetery- T J Gooch came very near getting bldly hurt a few days since In rats lOll a barn one of the logs fell from the top ot the wall and badly bruised shoulderMlee Leo and Col Gooch were married at John Leos Tuesday night Miss Stella Is the oldest of six daugh ters Perhaps Mr Lee will live to dance at all their weddings as he did at hera All the bore seem to bo hunting at least we see a good many with guns J M Johnson buys the game to ship to Lexington One man killed so many rabbits the other day be had to bring them into town In a wbeel barrow Mrs Mack Eites has been very sick of appendicitis at the home ot Logan Bates her husbands father Our railroad agent Mr Doty has moved bis fAmily hero and gone to house keeping to a cottage of H H Singleton J A Gooch Is quite sick but his friends hope he will soon be out Mud everywhere not a lady In sight We are grad when a cold night comes so we can walk on top a tow minutes In the morning Waynesburg Is the only place on earth that calls itself a town that has no side walks so consequently It Is the muddiest place on this earth Lumber lumber everywhere and not a plank to walk on Sam Padgett arrived yesterday from Dixon Teen He came up to spend Christmas with us He and some cat non crackers are the only signs of Christmas we baye seen Eugene Gooch came in yesterday to take echo arship under H H Singleton to learn tie lumber Inspection trade MUs Eva Caldwell has been quite sick for several days but is getting better HowPrevent It will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented Tho first sign of croup is hnanenets A day or two before tho at tack the child becomes hoarse This is soon followed by a peculiar rough cough Give Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough appears and It will dispel all symptoms of croup In this way all danger and anxiety may he ayolded This remedy is 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 and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig Rocker Stanford Jesse M Alverson has announced himself a candidate for the nomination of Representative of Lincoln county ubJect to the action of the democratic party Jesse Is widely known through out this section especially in political circles He has a host of warm friend In this county whowlll be glad to see his county honor him His striking popularity will doubtless give him a strong pull for the nomination He has been an aggressive tighter In all campaigns In that county in recent years Mews I Cut this out and take it to Craig A Hookers drugstore and get a free sampe of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the belt physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the appetite and regulate the bowea Regular size 25c per box Mrs Sam Chambers was burned to death in Warren county Home For Sale I I desire to sell my home on Totten Aye nue Lancaster A nice 4room cottage barn and shed Two acres of land good for hemp Will sell cheap J L Jones Lancaster Ky A Fins Boyle County Farm For Salt 363 acres J is miles from Danville Ky on the txln ton pike ilj acres with the Improvements on one sue of a county rod and e Jon the opposite side Will tesou as a whole or separately In splendid neighborhood schoolhouse on the farm convenient deliveryTherewould effort water In abundance betides j ponds and cistern at the house and barn The Improvements consist of i twostory brick house with winch walls rooms front and back porches and one of the best dry cellars In Kentucky under the en tire front of the house storeroom and a number of closets all necessary outbulldings barn for 10 horses carriage house corn crib shop sheds for machinery granary Ice house at the door coal house good or chard grapes large fine garden asparagus bed Ac A large beautiful lawn Interspersed with forfeit trees making It one of the most desirable and healthy uses In Central Kentucky There Is 130 acres In wheat ant grass acres for corn and to acres for ptymenlDanvilleon the C S R R with the Louisville Southern tension a certainty Central University for MS ant CaIJ1I college for girls with a 6pcoo building In progress and flattering prospects for the location of the State Presbyterian school the p ce to educate your daughters and sons all of which Is calculated to enhance the value of real estate In the vicinity ot Danville from M t j 40 per cent within the next iyears by the most conservative minds Win be soli on reasonable term sand worth the money The pur chaser can have it of the wheat crop and possession will be given within reasonable time farm has clay subsoil susceptible of taking on the state of futility producing to barrels of com ands j bush a geyarC Walton Stanferd Ky KINGSVILLE Bro Berry came down from Lexing ton last Wednesday to preach the funeral sermon of Mrs Meek Tho stores aro beginning to have tho appearance of Xmas as a good many ot the merchants are opening their stocks Rev Thompson and family have moved to Indiana Rev Thompson has been pastor of tbo Methodist church hero for several years and his congregation regrets very much to lose htm G A Walter who recently pur chased of J L Johnson the store room ho now occupies Is making consider ble Improvements In the upper story which has been rented by W R Cue dlff who will shortly tako possession Pierce Altord wbo bas been In Ar kansas for some time was shot and se piously wounded by a mm with whom bo had bad trouble His relatives re 0lvcd a message Tuesday stating that be was very low and not expected to live Young Mr Bradley Is a now clerk at J M McCartys and bo seems to be a very ctllclent one But we do not hes Itato to say that G A Waders clerk Edgar Rlgney aged IS can not be beaten He Is sometimes called tho kid though very manly and dlgnlded J A McKee and family have tho sympathy of tbo community In the loss of their home by fire There was no Insurance on the dwelling which caught from the kitchen Qua about 7 oclock Tuesday evening Most of tbo household goods in the upper story burned The school entertainment Friday evening was very much of a success Mr and Mrs Taylor and Mrs KinK rendered assistance with guitar and violin and trained voices Miss Grlfiln treated her pupils to candy In the af ternoon and her school closed alter a very successful term Misses Lvli Hicks and Lena Grltlln it H said will teach a normal session hero this win ter Mrs Will Pealrs and handsome lit tle sons left Monday for their home In Detroit Miss Louanna Singleton re turned from Ludlow last week Mla Gertrude Davidson continues to im prove Mr and Mr Charles Trusty have a One boy rjve weeks old As they are still rejoicing over his arrival wo do not think It too late to mention such a happy event to the fond parents and assure them we dli not mean to overlook them Elder Richards a K U student preached a trial sermon Sunday eye slag The entire community regrets that Eld Berry cannot preach for the Klngsvllle Christian church another year He finds Impossible to accept the call tendered him Mr Berry whose homo Is near Henderson has been for the past two years a Kentucky University student and is a man of talent a fluent speaker but not merely a man of words but a man of Ideas He will preach his farewell leI mon the third Sunda- yResolution Of Respect CASEY LODGE 421 F d AM PUlL Whereas It bath pleased the Great Architect of the universe to call our brother Isaiah C Thomas from labor among the craft on this mundane sphere on Nov 13 1002 aged 64 years to refreshments In the Celestial Lodge on High and whereas by the death of this our brother this lodge has sue tained an almost If not altogether Ir retrievable lou and while In this hour ot our tad bereavement missing so much the works teachings and ancclt brother and real lone of our departed ring so keenly the lose of this noble and efficient master workman we real- Ize and firmly believe that It is such is he that our Great Grand Master de llgbtetb to call for Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven Therefore be It resolved FIRST That while his family mourns tho loss of a kind loving and Ideal hue band and father his country an honor able and patriotic citizen his church a devout Christian and a zealous and faithful worker for the cause of Christ we his brothers of the Mystic Tie mourn the loss ol a brother than whom none was more honorable honest up right noble and faithful one who while laboring among us spread the cement of brotherly love so liberally that It has united him so firmly to our hearts that his noble life and works shall be kept ever green to our memo rles until we too shall be called from labor here SECOND That we extend to the bereaved family our deepest sympathy and commend them to Him who can comfort In all aflllctlons THIRD That a copy ot these resolu tions be sent to the family of our departed brother that a copy be engross ed on the minute book ot this lodgoand that copies be sent to the Columbia Spectator and INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication Respectfully submitted Oscar Dun ham Bell George Purdy committee Better Than a Plaster A pIece of flannel dampened with Chimberlalns Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts U better than a platter for a lame back and for pains in the side or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a liniment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pulse For sale by Craig Booker Stanford A WOMANS RISK As a trapeze perfonner Is greater than a mans She must a tunes courage and a mans muscle to succeed But she must also work under conditions of which a man knows nothing Many an Occident to women acrobats must be attributed Jto the sudden weakness to which alt- women are subject at cer tain Dr PIerces Favorite Pro scription heals the womanly diseases whittle cause weakness It estab regularIty weakeningdrains inflammation t and ulceration V and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women well With pleasure I write today In peak of Dr Pierre and his mcdidnes says Men Mary Con Appleton Lawrence Co Tenn Was troubled with dlirasc the back of my head hurt me so I could not lie In bed and 1 would have to sit up and then I would hare such pains from wal t down I could scarcely raise up 17red and hands would ft t almost like Ice taking Dr Tierces Parorite Prescription I can sleep well all night Could hardl around before I took med cine and now can do m housework and help my husband In the field Words cannot express the thanks t owe to Dr Pierce Weak and sick women are Invited to consult Dr Pierce letter free AH correspondence is held as and sacredly Address Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Tierces Common Sense Medical Adviser containing more than a thou sand large pages is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 31 onecent stamps clotlf bound volume or only at stompsI for the book in paper covers Dr R V Werce Buffalo N Y Hardships of Genius Milton sold hiscopyright oftlpara dire Lost for 872 In three payment and finished his life In obscurity Bomer was a beggar Spenser died in want Cervantes died of hunger Dryden lived In poverty and distress Torrance the dramatist was a slave Butler lived a life of penury and died poor Flatus the Roman comic poet turn ed a mill Paul Gorgbeso had 14 trades yet starved with it all Tasso the Italian poet was often die tressed for a dollar Otway the English dramatist died prematurely and through hunger Bacon lived a life of meanness and the humorist lived a life of perfect warfare with bailiffs Sir Walter Raleigh died on the seal foldThe death ot Collins was through neglect first causing mental derangement Chattorton the child of genius and misfortune destroyed himself at 18 Savage died In a prison at Bristol where he was cOD od for a debt of 140Golditnlths Vicar of Wakefield was sold for a trlllo to save him from tho grip of the law- GOOD TIMES When the nights aro getting longer and we rise before Its light When the kitchen range Is sparkling while the moon Is shining bright There is still some satisfaction In this tamo old earthly lot When the butters on tbo pancake and the jam Is In the pot When the frost II on tbo window when no coal Is In the shed When the mud Is In the hydrant and thfl cold Is In the head There Is still a heap to cheer us though it often seems theres not When the butters on the pancake and tho jam Is In the pot When the bam is on the broiler and the biscuits In the stove How our senses from such sconce as are these scents pained to rovel We have Persian Omtr beaten to a frazzle havo we ootV When the butters on the pancake and the jam Is In the pot The roost crooked railway in the world Is one from Boswell to Frledens Pa the alrllne distance being five miles The road doubles on Itself four times and at one point after making a loop of about five miles the road comes back to within 300 feet of Itself on a grade 60 feet lower The mercury registered 32 below at Saratoga NY the other day H Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE justteldeprettiest homes around Stanford and Is twoatorydwellingdry cetlar Pino water and electric light furnished tree Most of the outside fenc- Ing is kept by others Very little fenc ing to do Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land In a good state of cultivation with most of U IB grass load meat boose etc Terms to salt purchaser call and see the place J8 Hundley Stanford J II Paxten J 811 WO Walker Oeo Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids f When the Urn torpid sad falls do Its work the bile enters the blood a virulent potion Then acme constipation bUlousoMs stck headache fevers and maltria The only treatment that Rives the user just the right touch and start Nature work the rlgbl manner ls AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS I The ptU touches the IIand the pellet tone the system 2ft dose forl dap cost ants and un loss your ease is exceedingly bad you v win be well before you Bnuh tbtms Ss Sample free For sale at all dealers FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors n Owsley Stunk W Carter is to u m IS Successors to The Farmers Hank Truit Company and under saaa- naaatoment continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such btttlnea relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In illS then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 186J and again reorganised ai the First National hack of Stanford In 1682 having ball practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In lea long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers- P U SIIANICS Ire idntl 1J n OWSLOubler W M liitioUT Aut Cashiers L Officers J 8 IIOOKKH Prest J J MoROnEUTS Ohr W II WEAKEN ilk- prDirectors F Ileld Lincoln T Harris Mneola Co J 8 Ilocker Lincoln Co- W P Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Crab Orchard M D Klmore Stanford 8 H Kaughman Stanford T P lUll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J It Hauxbman Stanford W P Tate Stanford 4CARSON DEALERS tFENCElliy Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck I 1 boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand andr are sold at prices that defy competition j See our elegant line of Lap Robes GUNSJ Ammunition Hunting Tests c We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for CASE Craig Hooker STANFORD V At MYeiAnnual display of Holiday Goods is opened and ready to be DIS POSED of Come hued see be fore making your purchases W B McRoberts Stanford Ky Dr H Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will be at tho Veranda Hotel Thursday Dec H- On Day Only There are numerous conditions where gjwses are required and give relief to head aches dizziness darting pales In eye ball or smarting or burning sensations in or about the eye Take advantage of hit skill Dont neglect your children Difficult cases solicited Office hours 9 A K to 4 r M St Aaaph bidsStanford Ky