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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tSEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 81Jitp At NEWS NOTESis Luclan Gcx a prominent clllfcsn of Gallatln county dropped dead President ItooiovcU accepted an In vlUtloD to vlill the worlds lair t Fire at Scranton Pa destroyed a flTe story etructuro worth 17l COOIs Two cases of small pox at tbo Potter Bible College al BowltoR Green cau ed qulto a leneatlouIa J Druco Rosa formerly of Fleming county Kjr was sbol and ktlloJ by Indiana near Phoenix AriznMonroo Cloolcan was shot and killed veer Center AU by John Hlcbardi They wero partners In butlnci The execution of Frank Low for V tho murder of hit fatherIn Hw was I wltnees d by 6COO persons at Ilarlan tbatta testier ho has known her fire years presentetd J bonblp In tho Drotbcrhood of Locomo t tlro Firemen Deforo the court of appeal adjouro s Wednesday a decision will bo banded down In tho Jim Howard case A re expectedI Lbo prince of llnr f was fined tU 60 for Intoxication In Jet f fortoovllle and went to jail as ho wa s ucablc to pay tbo floo Oa peremptory Instructions from tbo court a verdict of acquittal was roe dered at Paducab In tbo case of Elis M Iledley charged with bribery Cornellu 0 Kennedy president of tbo tea and coffee company which boar his namo and which Opir ktctGO store throughout the country It dead In Dal Y timore Arthur Goebel compromised wits Dradburn McQaown the IJowllog Green attorneys by paying them 11000 for their services In the Goobel contest case John U Scb ncttler a former mom bar of tbo house of Delegates of St Louis was conTlclod of bribery and bll punishment was fixed at tour year In the penitentiary Amsrlcan capltallit have offered to buy 6000 shares of tock of the Koral Dank of Canada at 1250 per share The directors of the bank which Is to creaseu Ito capital and rOle no recom mend that the offer bo accepted By vote of tbo stockholders It ha s boon decided to amalgamate the West era National flank and tho Nations flank of tbo United States at New York The merger will unite olorel the Inieroil of two largo tniuranco a trust company has requested the Co 1oompaoluaod at Washington soon as possible tha set for the territory to be leaied for the litbmlaa canal Tho dellrouJtlatlons especially In rlew of the Von ezuelan crisis Mote Spikes his wife and sigh children bavo arrived at Lexington tram North Carolina traveling In an old wagon drawn by a yoke of oxen Behind the wagon they bayo tied two sheep and two COWl Ho says ho II going to find him a homo lomowbore S li the West They lived In Wilke- oouaty N C The Secretary of the Treasury will j not take any stops to relieve the flnan elM ttrlngonoy In Wall street at pro a Waahlotonlifeet the general prosperity of the coun t try The official believe that Wall street financier are ablo to copo with the situation without the Government adding to Its deposits In New York banks The court of appeals adjourned Friday until next Wednesday which will bo the closing day of the September term With tho end of tbo term Judg es Guffv White and Durollo will re tiro and their successors will bo worn y ID at the opening of tho now term on I January 6 Several Important case aro itlll pending before the court among them the appeal of Jim Howard THE OLD RELIABLE ROYA eaKN5 POWDER- y IS NiJSUmrUTE Three children wero burned to death n New York Over 8000000 buibel of coal have left Piiuburg for the South In the hat two days Tho Nash ichooluouae at Parker burg W Va was destroyed by fire at n lots of 150000 James Q taw who served In Uncle Sam array ID the Philippine froze to death near Maysvllle Mrs Julia Dent Grant widow cf Gen U S Uraot la dead at her late residence In Washington Tho Philippine Commission will roi veins bide up to March 0 Pot o frac chlie for the construction of an oleo trio street railway system In Manila and Its suburb Because their employer are fighting the eo called tobacco trust 3000 mem WurkpreTJnlootheir proposed demaud for more tuoo cy AX Lexington Judge Parker alter ovcrrullpg the motion torn new trial la tbo eases of lrtrl Whlloey and Claude OBrien sentenced the prison ars to be hang d rob 18 The attar cope for the defense gave notice of an appeal CHURCH MATTERS Frankfort to have a 116000 Bap tin church Lexington Baptist will build a 830 000 house of worship Rev Vaugblt meeting at Burntldo cloned with eight addition There arc 600000 children In Ken tacky nut attending Sunday school The Bible le moro In demacd than any other book In the world today Mr Mary A Wlllett bequeaths 12203 to Flemlngiburg Baptist church William Foster formerly of thl place has been appointed constable a t Somerset Rev W H Ryall hat resigned th pastorate of the Baptist church a Richmond Tho new Christian church at Parlr a 160000 edifice will be dedicated Sun day Dec 21 Rev Fancy of Maysylllc has bed called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Burgln The new Baptist church at vlllo hoe been completed and is a ban soma edifice and an ornament to that hula townlW buntyas long as bo lives Rev A W Meacbam who died beptitotThe high esteem and lovo of tbo chutespastor S M Logan w shown by their effort to retain hl So strong a pressure was brought bear bo agreed to remain hero If the church at Wllmoro would agree Dr Curd and W P Artz went there last week to got them to cancel the call but did not succeed as they bad hca of his excellent ability and znlou- work and ho will leave the first of tbo laborMlsMATRIMONIAL L Q Rubel and MIIII Nettle Scott of Buena Vista wore married at Bur gin by Her A P Jones Col DG Cohon of Mlddlosboro and Miss Ethel Elliott of Paris Tex as will bo married tomorrow Miss Elliott hat many Mends In Lexington We bavo It pretty straight that a popular young couple of tblj place will drlvo to Danvlllo tomorrow and be made husband nod wife Names next issueilo wedding of Alive Edwin Merrlwether Adams of Danvlllo and non William Randall Ramsey of London The cer emony will be performed Deo 25th at the Christian church Danville The bachelor Kansas farmer who Is U raffle off himself and his farm on tho night before Christmas places the value of a chance for an unmarried wo man at a quarter Ho probably figures that be will como out ahead by getting a bettor half Loulsvlllo Times J L Bradshaw a wldowor of 63 an Mrs Mary Rubarts a widow of Phil wore married last week Mr Brad shaw Is one of Mt Balams clever citi zone and Is being congratulated by bis friends on his good fprtune He Is a staunch democrat and was elected wag istrate four times over republicans In republican districts Mrs Rubart 1s a handsome woman and will prove a helpmeet fond and true to our old friend The groom has six children and the bride four A Barbourvllle dispatch says Tho fight between the saloon people and their opponents It becoming war th18thIn all the churches and the pastors wi preach on tenperancel durIng th week SOMERSET Before this Is In print our little city will be aglow with electrical efful gence Wo have a fires elate laundry berr Mr Oliver the operator a Pulasklan uses native help and gives perfect sat Ufactloo Tho different churches aro giving a series of Inform receptions that are very pleasant and entertaining cultl vatlog the social qualities oft their members Hello Cub Orchard l We are always glad to hear from you Wo may ex astyou telephone Mr and Mrs Livingston Andrews havo taken their Infant to Junction Olty to be with relatives during Its tc sympatby10f mechanics aro putting tomb extra ex ertion to got the structure under elated roof Tho stone work Is very elegant being dressed and shipped here from Indiana We failed to get In our Items week as our time was occupied with moving out of our trunks and boxes to morq commodious quarters Wo are now pleasantly domiciled third door south of the new college building Call and tee us Our various stores are to overcrowd ed with Christmas novelties that one can scarcely elbow hit way through the very wilderness of beauty from counter to counter The cheap coup tern of many of them are things of woo der In variety and novelty We are having some gloomy weather bessun a duo time It we are but patient bis beams will dispel the darkness and If hearsetThe South Bad It to have a fine now school butUlog near the HIgglns ad dition Eset of the Q d C and wo are to have a new thrcetlory brick hotel on North Court Square which will surpass anything In that line In convo glance elegance and equipment HOrt00dwas an export thortband and It glad the hoe achieved laurels In typesetting and If the etll desires to go higher on the ladder of fame the can comb to Somerset where there It an abundance of room at tbo topD cadas a cannot o or money hundreds of our citizens re ceiving their mall at the call window wha soon our e tomr banaloy to ize Wo do not like to speak our own praises so loudly to Stanford but as the INTERIOR JOURNAL says Somerset It among the best people IB tbo world lasu any etatemoaa u we to say e come tee so d you will be convinced and be compell ed to exclaim with the Queen of Sheba Mns STAPP How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The flist iJgn of croup Is hotrsf ness A day or two before tho e tack the child becomes boano This soon followed by a peculiar rough cough Give Chamberlain Cough Kemedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or after the rough cough appears and t will dispel all symptoms of croup In mayrbe many thousands of mothers aad has never been known to fall It Is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that Is pleasant and sate to take For sale by Craig A Hocker Stanford The late Tom Reeds definition of a statesman as being a successful poll tician who II dead baa been quoted perhaps as muoh as any of hit sayings rfzda good Congressmen go whoa they die n Washington Star The splicing of tbo new Paolfio cable was completed Sunday at San Francis co and the shore end of the cable was christened by Miss Lucille Gage daughter of Gov Gage of California The ceremony was witnessed acrowd of thirty or forty thousand peo plo A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a tree ea Liramr Tablets to any ono wanting a rellaLle remedy for disorder of the stomach bll aeIsw JASON WESLEY A popuhr Casey county boy who aspires to be the nominee for circuit clerk He it a merchant at Middle burg and Is postmaster of his town 44441+4+ ++ 14144444444444 + tLANCASTER There has been a superabundance of rain hero Will Walker has secured a clerkship with Currey Davidson Mrs Victor Lear sold 61 turkeys av craglng 10 pounds at Oc Too borplog for water still continues and a depth of 050 feet has been reach ed Rev W 77 Akers preached a ape clal sermon to tbo men Sunday after noon Miss Minnie Johnson has returned to town alter teaching a good school at Sugar Creek John T Williams baa moved Into his handsome new brick residence on Campbell street The Presbyterian Sunday School will gladen their little folks with a Christmas tree The Ladles Aid Society will give an oyster supper at tbo Mason Hotel on the evening of tbo 20th Mrs Gaines has moved to the home of her daughter Mrs H M Ballou and her late residence Is occupied by Messrs Will and Ed Gaines Misses Lydia and Mary Elmore en tertalned atadlnlog Saturday In hon 1or of their teachers Misses Amanda Anderson and Eliza Smith The Lancaster Prohibition Alliance No 21 will be held at Odd Follows trail on Friday evening Dec 10 and a good attendance Is earnestly solicited The teams of James Collett and Mr Speaks collided on Lexington street Saturdav night and the former suffered a demolished vehicle and a flattened nose Dr Wright who left Garrard as a 10yearold lad 40 years ago has just been hors seeking traces of his old Kentucky home In the FAn Lick vicin IlLy He Is now a resident of Iowa The fact that former Gov W O Bradley visited Harrodsburg and In connection with some of the leading citizens of Burgle examined the court records of Mercer county In regard to the Southern Railway contract Indi cates a still unsettled state of thing along this line and causes some Lao castrians to still entertain hopes of better railroad facilities in the near future Mrs Towles Walker Is visiting her parents at Lebanon Mr Homer Tint lap It at home again after a two years Baughtieman Is visiting her daughters in Paris Mlts Mattlo ElkIn has returned from visit to Danville Miss Florence Har rte Is at home from a visit to Carlisle and Maysvllle W R Cook and semi ly leavo shortly for Hendereonvlllo N C Miss Pearl Hill has been visiting relatives at Burgln Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the that Indication of the disease appears and a threatened ajtacx may be warded off Hundreds of people who aro subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy In this way with perfect suc cess For sale by Craig Mocker Stan Lord William Jennings Bryan hat just moved Into his 20000 house which Is made of atone and pressed brick with electric lights and head carved finish fags throughout Mr Bryan you mutt remember owns a newspaper Finance Minister Llmantour cell mates that Mexicos surplus of rove flues for the ensuing fiscal year will bo 1302000 The actual surplus last year was over 13000000 The Government physician at the Oklahomma IY annihilated within a few years by dl- seue The United Mine Workers are said to be preparing for soother effort to organize Kentucky miners 4 I Warm Clothing = Is cheaper than Coal or Doctors Bills Wo have everything needed to keep a man warm and free from colds Come In i i and let us fit you out i- nUNDERWEAR CLOTHING SHOESGLOVES CAPS S C6 IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KU e if1 To Our Patrons GREETING est i eseferia How about your Christmas Shopping t Christmas bells will soon ring merrily have you selected your gifts If not you can not do better than to visit our exposition of all that is artistically choice in our line The selection displayed of DIAMONDSFINE JEWELRY SILVERWARE Gc NOVELTIES Has much to recommend it It is the best we have ever shown and you know what we have done in the past There is Wisdom In buying this class of goods from reputable jewelers then you know how easily reachable our prices always arc Murray McAdams aJEWELERS And OPTICIANS Danville Kentucky FOR XMAS We have a large stock of the latest styles in Lamps null nt ROOK BOTTOM PRICES Our stock of Chamber sets Dinner seta Salads Chop Dishes 13 d B plntes A D Colleen nod fancy pieces iu China will please you Wo have nn im mense stock of all kinds of Gaudies NutE Fruits c Lots of toys for the Chil circa Send us your ORDER or come to see us Good fire nil tho time Phone 10 Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY W- i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E Co WALTON H H HENNINGER Of Wayne Count is a Clndldat for 8tate Tmu over to the action of the PemocnUO MF NORTH the Democratic nomination forc RerrtSentigreorfor county subjtct to the tba0f the petty MALVERSON the Democratic nomination for RepI a cnJUate for resentative of Lincoln county sublet to the action of the party THE Kentucky court of appeals hav ing reversed the decision declaring Ca lob Powers guilty of complicity In the murder of William Goebel and ordered a now trial the country will have to prepare for a now Infliction of the nuisance on the public It IB eomo cansoI lation however to know tbat Judga Cantrlll will be left out of the next trial Philadelphia Preen To thin the Cincinnati Enquirer fittingly respond Nuisance is It Should tho machina clone of justice In Kentucky be blocked simply besauae It la annoying to some of the politicians and party hacks of the country There was a coldblooded calculating murder at Frankfort Somebody committed a crime which our ci vilization regards as demanding the death penalty Goebel was killed by a murderer who laid In welt for him and shot him from ambush There was never a clearer case of capital offense and Kentucky can not afford to rest while there Is a chance of getting at the whole truth and bringing all the conspirators to justice It la a shame that there should be any citizen not actually charged with participation In the crime himself who would like to have tho subject dropped r O P AUSTIN chief of the Bureau of statistics of the treasury department shows in a surprising statement of figures that the commerce between the nations of the world bad grown from 11600000000 In 1800 to 820000 000000 In 1000 or about 82 for each Individual In the world In 1800 to 113I for each Individual in 1000 and tbatI the foreign commerce of the United States had made even more rapid gains our exports 4 f domestic merchandise having grown from 832000 000 In 1800 to 81400000000 In 1000 or 46 times as much at the close of the century as at tie beginning TUB Christian Scientists of Georgia claim that thY got a victorious verdict from the supreme court of that State A citizen of Dublin a Chris tiara Scientist refueed to give medicine to his sick child The child died and the father was arreeted and fined 1300 The case was appealed to the State supreme court which reversed the judgment of the lower court hold- Ing that failure to give medicine to children when ill Is not a violation of the laws of the State THE Advocates report of the Dan ville convention is the fairest and best written one we have seen It tells In a concise way everything that happened and is absolutely clear of bias Judge Saufleya admirable speech of acceptance is given in full and Is most excel lent reading Messrs Ralston and Mc Intyre are making the Advocate a splendid paper and we love It the more since they slate that it will follow the rooster wherever it goes f ILLINOIS has a law that no matter r how valuable to his family or the com munity a citizen may be if a corporal Lion takes his life bis family can recov er only 15000 if the corporation Is proved guilty of depriving them of I their bread winner The newspapers are making strenuous effort to have the law changed so as to make tho jury the judge of the damages and a bill to that effect will have popular support If not legislative IT is quite possible that the contest In the Senate over the House bill to admit Oklahoma New Mexico and Arllonn as States of the union may be compromised To join Arizona to New Mexico and the Indian Territory to Oklahoma and to then admit the tour territories as two States would minimize the danger of overrepresentation ID the Senate and be a very happy so lotion of the vexed question THE village of Catlin wood 0 will be rewarded for voting whisky out The Lake Shore railroad will spend 81 000000 In new shops additional to extensive buildings already erected there Had the village voted for the sale of liquor the railroad officials say that this extra sum of money would have been withheld A blame that it Is not theft for a wife to go through her husbands clothes ani abstract there t from any cash assets that she may find f Of coureo It Is not theft If it were Bluetenths of all the married women i IB Kentucky would be in tho penlten tart or on the way there t FiFTKKN regiments are coming home from the Philippine and 15 regiments t are to be sent to take their place The deadly nature of the Philippine oil mate makes this expensive change a measure of economy s ea JUDGE SAUFLEY didnt say any thing about running a primary with Mr Harding the Danville News walls Doesnt the astute editor of the Harding boomer know that Mr Hard log was knocked out on the first round and Is therefore dead as far as his get ting another whack at the business Is concerned Judge Sautley has too much respect for the dead to talk about Mr Harding now RODERT HARDINO was the only can didate before the Danville codventlon who was not nominated How did he make his escape Harrodsburg Democrat The question is a stunner and wo pats It up However tho fact that Mr larding failed to carry his own county solidly might have cut tome figure in the matter TIlE death of Mr Heed leaves only three ex speakers of the House still living Galusha A Grow who was wielding the gavel 40 years ago and Is member of the present House 0 Warren Kelfcr who presided in 1831 and John G Carlisle who served from 1883 to 1BS9 Inclusive IT was a grim joke to organize the toy trust just before Christmas The new trust must be trying not only to get money but to have fun with the people during the process From toys to comes from the cradle to the grave the octopus maintains Its hold on our lives TUB actions of Great Britain and Germany In pouncing on little Vene zuela Is a great exhibition of courage on the part of the big powers And administration Isapyet our republican proylcg the cowardly action IN commenting shepresidents message Mr Bryan say It must bo admitted tbat the president came quite as near hitting tho trusts as ho did shootlrg a Mississippi bear- POLITICAL Burton Smith of Atlanta a brother ot Hoke Smith is In Washington seek- Ing a judicial appointment in tho Phil ippines J H Fuqua Sr of Ruasellvllle ball announced for the democratlo Domination for superintendent of public In structlon The Hon J Fleming Gordon of Mad Isonvllle was appointed circuit jndge of the Hopkins county district to sue ceed Judge Nunn The Senate fixed upon the lump sum of 84000 as payment for the services of the anthracite strike arbitrators who are not In the civil or military service of the Government The strenuous man with mighty strides and use of voice and pen march ed boldly up against the trusts and then marched back agala Bryan on the presidents message- Representative Kehoe of Kentucky has Introduced in Congress a bill to appropriate 8012000 for the purchase of a site and the establishment of a military post in Kentucky Debate on the Statehood bill will be the program in the Senate each afternoon of the week with little probability that the measure will be disposed ot before adjournment next Saturday Secretary Shaw has submitted to Congress an estimate of 83302375 for a site for a military post at Chickamauga Park The secretary recommended that the amount be carried by the Urgent Deficiency Bill Dnrlng consideration of the Statehood Bill in the Senate Mr Quay declared If the republicans can lie peoplethe about the admission of their territories In their platform they can lie about every other provision In the platform Representative Do Armond Introduced In the House a bill providing that all packages of goodsshlpped Iron one State to another shall bear the brand No monopoly produced In open competition A fine of 81000 is provided for each violation of the provis- Ion THIS AND THAT Three lives were lost In a New York tenement house fire Yodle Yeast of Mercer county fell Into a fire while in an epileptic fit and was burned to death Isaac Durham of the Atoka section of Boyle lost his barn by fire Incendiary work is suspected Benajmln F Dennison treasurer of the American Baptist Publication So ciety died In Philadelphia John M Koonsman a wellknown grocer of South Bend bad was shot to death by Negro robbers An expression of a desire for a peace ful settlement has been received in London from the Venezuelan govern ment The Philadelphia Reading Railroad Co has pressed over locomo tlycs Into service to carry coal to East ern cities Morgan and a number of banks form ed a 850000000 pool In New York to lend in the money market In the event ot actual emergency Near Brookfield Mo a wrecking t aln went through n bridge on the Hannibal St Joseph railroad Three mea were killed and 12 Injured Two men were killed two probably fatally burned and others severely In jurad by ap explosion la the water tun nel under Lake Brie at Cleyelaad IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES fJRer Jams Laae Allen Is seriously ill at Danville William Wheeler aged 70 lades at Bohon Mercer county Charles Uunley a retired business man of Richmond is dead The Bank of Porryvllle moved Iota its now building yesterday The schools of Mlddlesboro bavo closed on account of measles Punk Coffey has been appointed postmaster at Joppa Adair county John Graham toll dead while seated at the fireside at his homo at Harrodi burg T C Center father of W S Center of Danville Is dead at Crab Orchard TennA L Purdom aged 75 is dead In tho Rolling Fork section of Doyle Graves was given two years for stealing a horse In Madison county six years ago- Thomas Eltroro charged with shoot fug Milford Stephens broke Jail at Wllllamsburg Assessor M D Hughes finds that Lancasters assessable property amounts to 1872041 James Yanhook and Miss Nannie Wells were made one at Nick Van hooks by Eld KG Livingston yester dayActlvltv in the Knox oil fields continues Experiments are to be msde In Clayand Mercer Is to be thorough ly tested The residence of Eld W W Graham of Mercer was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of about 85000 with no insurance Prof A E Ewers has resigned as principal of tho Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute and will leave the first of tbo year for Indiana There are seven cases of small pox in the home of Thompson Broyle near Mltchellsburg The whole family is aflllcted with the disease Mrs Ellen Barnett relict of the late Judge Barnett and mother of ex County Clerk Nip Barnett died at an advanced age at her homo In the Flat Lick section Somerset Journal Mrs Marlnda Longworth has been appointed postmaster at BalleysSwltch In Knox county M Head at Chenoa Bell county J E Cover at Howe Pu laskl county and W H McCluro at Humphrey Casey county E P Rice bought two mare mules a few days ago from George Hardin for 8310 A L Boyette Edward of Woodford told to Fox Js Logan a pall of 6yearold mare mules for 8300 and a pall of 16band horse mules for 8225 Advocate Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National flank of Stanford wl l be held at their banking house the second Tooidav in January 1003 for the purpose of elecUug directors for the ensuing year J D OWSLEY Oaihler HCNEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offer his services to the of Lincoln and adJolnlng eoun- fleaJason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hing first claM Porters mectaU trains 89 Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS This U a farm of 145 acre located 5 miles tram Stanford It U within one mile ot pItoftJce church school store mill cheese factory nears German settlement The farm U well preserved and unproved and contains a large amount of One taw The improvements consist ot a good dwelling house 5 largo room a double walled cellar and two porches two barn ono an extra frame cattle sheds attached and especially arranged for cur In tobacco the other a log iud wagon ihed combined also a hennery a imoko house and corn crib There II a fire young orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit The fencing Is of nUl and In repair ThA farm le water ed with neverfalling and two cIs- terns The owners a noniMldent and of fera thIs farm at a bar aln on very easy torm For further particulars call on or address L R Secy Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Stanford Lin coln County Kentucky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary organ acheaeartDleeasebravelDropsy CURE Dont become dlscoJr = There Is a pere for you It necessary write Ur rennet 110 baa spout a Itfe ttmo curing just such cases as yours All consultation Your Kidney and Backache Cure has cured two very bad cases among our custo meta the past year whom the doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland la Druggist It Ask for Cook BookFree SiYITUSDffUEFeaser 1irsdoolJq- G c GRAND LEADERS Special Bargain Prices on cold weather snaps 25 pieces light anti dark outings good weight nt 5c per yard 15 pieces light nUll dark outings wWo and heavy worth lOc at 8Jc per yard Good weight Canton flannel special prim nt- Co per yard Extra size comfort oil calico covered at 98c each Ladies heavy outing under skirts nt 24o Childrens heavy flecced linelundorwearat 24o each Ladies 60c ribbed underwear at 25c garment Ladies 25o ribhcd underwear jt 15c garment 38inch nll wool broadcloth nil colon at SOc per yard a on in and the we to in we will you HAYS LEVY S O u he L1 No 1 Farm For Sate krmr small Unmtn count rOr sate on Bas Geo a W Fo dtrr Mary farm of o acres aJplatnc ntl coat Iroom CarrentCf an other meat IIoIIse wit ahJ Mil lioii11 Ice house house ant fruit halt cllkken Rooi cettsrormnk stable comMood house biganJcoalbuRcy house tobacco bun realtarecrib lane stock oreberJI enJ all kta3s of fruit ant house two rood etc IIttl wahine to secure aAnyonSac sprlnrt thl a N11aln at fa7mwillhome CasseoCOMOEST PMt Call oo F p alluated on I desire to rent my property consilt SomereL street li mile from town bealdeaof seven roomsof dwellingtog cellar kitchen and servants room and a Sne chicken house coat bouae and a good stable and 10 acres of lands a ono lu the yard and one the door torcombined nearand cistern Said prope ty In cood P BAILEY in Masonic D1dr Room 9 KY In all the State Courts also In and Bankruptcy Oourtt Collections made and promptly on short notice Bedding and Plants of all kind in eaon Phone 29 ring 3 I JNO 1 We whose names appear below strictly bunting fishing or any kind on our and prose cute violators to the tall extent of the J Nevln Carter V W Carter James J F Oover Mrs Maggie Bibb James N Cash Mrs James Megsrr Alex TrayUr Tom Storm 311 Mattie Joseph llalloa J W S T W n Dudderar M V Lawrence BJ T W P Grime Mrs Malcena LawsonT A Bice Mrs Mar O GIvens J nocker Peter Eo Amon A D Boot Eo T Pence Oeo p John Holmes Mr Mary lIulTman Foster A P Pendleton To the k Sims theHaving coal dealtlf wo are now to furnish tho of Stanford and country the boat brands of coal at the lowest market for cash Farmers we will take your bay and corn In exchange tor coal at the price Wo solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Orden at coal housevour money phone U or Uoones livery stable No 90 KY for Sale I will otter at my property situated on the north side of Main on east side of College street In Uuitonvlllo consisting of hotel and livery stable and lot This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or house end livery stable having on same a nice livery barn and all necessary for hotel and livery purposes va cant lot for private It desired Everlasting water abundance Property SI well arranged for and- nowis rested for that purpose If you want good paying property IB Qastonvllle CAn oa or address S Carpenter Sasten me Yy- v Full yard wide blench cotton at Co yard New Diphip corecW nt 08c- Mens jeans pants nll wool nt 70c Mens corduroy pants heavy weight nt 81 50 Yens fine suits at 208 8500 760 1000 and 1250 Mens fine overcoats nt 208 8500 8700 81000 81200 and 81500 Boys suits from 89c up to 8500 Ladies fine dross skirts at 8100 8125 8200 8300 8400 and 8500 liens winter underwear at 25 35 50c and SlOO Heavy blnnkcU ilL G5 85c 8100 8125 8150 up to 8500 Owing to large trade we were forced to dupli cate every line our house with ready money were fortunate enough buy some fine BARGAINS Come give your share of our profit THE GRAND LEADERProps LEVYManapor IVi Small FOR RENT Imokehouae fouwckl- well repairJAS BROWN BROWN AttornoysatLawOf- fice SOMERSET UnltSdSUU STANFORD GREENHOUSE CarnatlonseHya cinths Narcissus Vegetable CHRISTMAN Stanfo- rdPOSTED of- tresspaaslng forbid McCormack BalmertV llopper Coal Consumer outpeople surrounding Boone XtaBAVsmtS- TflNFOJRO Hustonville Property Bale vacant outbuildIngs weight THE Spirit of lnaB should stir tho giflbujing desire and prompt nn early visit to our store There is n well selected stock of WATCH ES CHAINS AND CLOCKS beautiful pieces in SILVER exquisite pieces of JEWELRY such as BROACHES RINGS ETC ETC W H MUELLER t We Never Guess 7 t People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they get hero with out insisting The publio at largo is not one half as particular as we are in this matter of pure drugs or in to tho accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In tho buying selling or compounding of drugs wo never guess We make sure that everything is right in every particular Como to us Pennys Drug Store AT Stanford fI Ky The Charles Wheeler EmporiumIHUSTONVILLE KENTUCKYI SANTA CLAUS has ESTABLISHED hits HEADQUAR TERS for Holiday Goods all New and Fresh Como and make your selection early Our general lino is complete in every department A nice lino of Cloaks and Skirts from 2 to 10 Ladies and Childrens Underwear from lOc per garment to COc You can always depend on us for firstclass goods at moderate prices Yours for fur exchange tltats aln t m THE StanfordJ I I IIgoodsa big stock of Lamps of Icnrriesstyles and at the LOW lIoIToys of every Candies Nuts Fruits Lots of things for the ehildr cIIComoand be convinced I lt r- yh 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL p KY DJC 10 1902 i6rAXFORD I IB filling your proscription we nee thoexaatpropordose not do boner If on paid ui double th PondLcyd Druz Store PERSONALS GraMRStee S D LEVY spent Sunday In Chick Mil BORN to the wife of Mr Charles E Cox adauRhlerJ- CDOE Jr W ALCOUK woo to Bar bourvtlto yesterday DEN IIAKDIN le up from Wayne with bl AllJseveral days with J M Ware Mn OEOROE PIIELPS of Madison Is with Dr Clifton Fowler anti wife MR B T LUNBFOKD wool to Louis villa yesterday to soil his tobacco REV PETER EnholmOSCAR HUFFMAN of Danville spent several days with his parents bore llctiERT COFFEY Is at homo from Lexington with his mother who Is II1 MRS M J COCIIRAH spent several days with Mrs J R Bailey In Mercer Miss SALLIE KINO Is spending this week In Danvlllo with Miss Edwin Ad amiMR A C CORNETT andson Franklo Cornett of Cincinnati are with M W H Trey lot DR J F PEYTON wont to Crab Or chard yesterday to see Mr A D Bat tin who Is very IL O DHYE of the McKlnooy see ThtoMilS B C PCNNYllACKHR Is At her residence on Grlflln Ave Somerset Republican J ItMRSof tbo West End took the train hero lor LSD caiicr Saturday MRS R L BERRY of Sharpsbur- Ispent tCYcral days with her pamnt- Mr and Mrs A M Feland DEXTER BALLOU has rented Mrs Lou Holies cottage on Wet Main a will move his family to It this week MR AND MRS SAME LACKEY of Gallatin Teen accompanied the mains of Mrs Martha Lackey to this place ThClecinsstiIllness of his sister Mrs Ucorgo Pon dleton SATURDAYS Loulsvlllo Times con tamed a good picture of pretty Miss Noll Adams of Danville but late of flu StoaVWe WARREN D ATHERTON of Lonli vlllc Is here buying poultry Wo are glad to state that ho Is doing well In his DOW home Miss ADDIB LUTES horse shied and overturned the buggy with her tho other day but we are glad to say she was sot much hurt Miss EKVIE THURMOND of Danville who has been visiting her uncle Mr G A Peyton on Edgewood Road has returned Mlddlesboro News MR G T RAMSEY Miss Nm m + Ramsey and Master Hugh Ramsey Monttccllo aro guests of Mr and M Mark Hard In at the St Asaph Hotel MR CEO R GRIFFITH of McK Roy who hat heart troublo Is usd treatment of Dr McChord of Lebanon and be goes down to his hospital every low weeks WILL STONE wh came from Lex legion Friday night tolls us that a a slight freight wreck In which the en glnccr had a leg sprained and tho glee and two cars left the track oca red at NIcbolasvlIle and delayed his tralu 31 hour MR ALEX BEAZLEY of Crab Or ard was hero this week looking around for property with a view to locating Wo would bo pleased to have him lo cato In Lancaster as bo Is a good cHI zen and would ruatlo for tho town Lancaster Record LOCALS WEDDING presents at Mueller TRY Engloharda coney Jno Bright fcCo SEE our lamp before you buy rlsCo r CELEIIRATED Spring Brook cheoso at Farris sir ColitBUY a fur collarette from our largo newBtook Grand Leader A GOOD man wants to borrow 83000 at 6 per cent Apply at this office FIFTEEN barrels apples at II bushel for Xmas Higgins yr McKin nay WANT an extra Monte Carlo coat All lengths leo them Grand Leader t TilE weather Is too horrible to talk about It has rained every day and night for two weeks or more and the end la not In sight NOTHING adds more to a well dressed ladys appearance than an elegant kid glove We have them and lit them ar tlsttcaliy John P JoaNit HATS at east from Dow until XarMisses StrallbeI I960 One fur collarettes from 1150 to Grand Leader e MontoCarlo webFRESH stock of that good coffee w sell Hlgglns d McKlnDoyit tboOrandMORON BAUGHMAN colored age 70 and a pensioner died Friday FARMERS Please turn sacks or call and settle for there J H Baughman k Co LADIES walking skirts all 103 12 W 1315 and 80 are the boat to be had colors Grand Leadere rWE are ready to pay all claims I you dont call and pay your taxes your property wilt be advertised M 3 Baughman B L OeALFRED DAVIS aged 28 of tho East d was declared Insane Thursday and grlday Deputy Sheriff O P Newland took him to Lakeland CQUIITEDJohn Hcndrlckson who was in jail here for eatc keoplain1xae acquitted at Barbourvlllo murder of Calloway Carncs CHARLES B PEET the New York clothing manufacturer who wee found dead In bed WM a cousin of our JanrCrafghtonTTHE court of appeals affirmed the JInagainst W M Visor and G L Webb e appellees were Indicted prt0o SEVEN Mr J L Bradihaw of tbo Mt Salem section raised also daug fete seven of whom mode successful teachers Mr prgis ho built the first house there which WM lo 187- 11VATEitaMrs Rhoda Waters wid dax of Mr George R Waters died B urday night at her homo In Boyle coun fcll growrrwoman W a tare was a sister of Miss Carrie Porter of this place and a daughter of the late ornton Porter CLAIMS Any one holding a claim must como and Ret a certificate from thn county clerk I have no record of them and your property will bo adrcr tiled Just the same as If you bad no claim Every name on my book wilt be adyerllscd In January 1003 M S Baughman S L C PRECAUTION Agent J S Ulce ot tbo L N hero doesnt keep any money in tho depot safe at night and desiring not to have lLo compan safe creaked bo hat written the fol lowing and posted It In a conspicuous place on It No money In It no use In blowing It open theaads beetntdu O B Faille an experienced teacher aderen The second term begins Jan 10th W K SIIUGARS of this city L aeof formed a partnership with A D C Dlnwlddlo of Lincoln county and the two will open a largo drug end grocery gurand they should and doubtless will do pchMAD DoOAir OW Estos of tho Green river section was In town last week with a dog which proved to mad Tbo canine had various Og with other dogs and bit a number of them and the chances are therell bo mad dogs galore hero soon Mr Ee wrote a gentleman hero that ho not know the dog was mad and that bow as very sorry he brought him to town ATTENTION All members of Co jt Lancasrem The nearest relative of those dead can draw their portion by making affidavit before the proper authorities and be ing present in person at tho time of tile trlbutlon or sending same to the adju toot general S G Frankfort Ky S M Duncan late captain Co L 2nd Ky IiperTERIOR t tho Lincoln Democrat last summer Ho proposes to sell it to a stock company at Liberty and there la some talk of organizing a company and starting a paperSaturdays Loulsvlllo Times Wo have thought something about starting a paper at Liberty but have arranged no definite plans The field we think is a good one and we have been Importuned by the good people of Casey to give them a paper The stock company buslneM la Rowe to us However if oae is formed we will give tbargaln In a newspaper plant CHRISTMAS presents at Mueller SEE W fl Mutiietad on our second page atOrandMrsGarland holidayo Mothedp j XMAS candles note toys and the llkb In great profusion T C WII Hi e SPECIAL glMvon orders Try one and Ice Higgins t McKIn ney it lampfa Loader READ tbo Christmas adof the Charles Wheeler Emporium Huaton villa Good Newe la It for you COME In and talk to us about an all tight heater for your hall We can please you Higgles fc McKinney A HOLDER+of a em amount of eWC the First National Bank of Stanton- related 8115 per share for it yesterday X lAS RATES Tbo L d N w11I sal l roundtrip tickets at 11 fares Dec 23 21 25 30 and 31 good returning until 3 reducedpercent Agent R B Mahony In us uddprcsenttMcClary e eorhr room In Hustonvllle for a farm Will put my Fryelultoollte W G CLARK a prominent citizen of Roclccaatlc died Sunday of typhoid fe hlat11000 less th two montb alto J A FEW things wo have your sweet heart would be proud to possess it gloeboxesping bags sash pins chaise bracelet etc John P Jones ROCK CRUSHER JR Beszloy ibe C h boughthampion It a on Chris Gentrys place on the Huston cilia pike We hope by the aid of tbo crusher the pikes of the county will be Improved SOME JOUN SMITHSInt11o K tucky Institute for the diyeftroatdealroom Their mall also gives the man agement of the Institution Its share troubles I WILL hold another auction In tho George Holmes storeroom next Satur axfeall- ooae kinds Hats Ladles Shoes c will not be thought of as tbo g must go Dont step away on account the weather but come and got b arfed J1 Chandler 2 CIGARETTE smokers should read the following and ponder over It Invest allon has shown that 00 per cent Of smoking boys had poor mem- orlea 40 per cent were untruthful er cent bad bad masses and 00 per wero slow thinkers while the tbo average efficiency of boys not smoking was 05 pOI cent STOCIhiewere flied In the office of the Secretary nr State by the Beaver Creek 011 b IDCredidsees from 15000 to 25000 WO Welch J O Barker and George D Weathcrford aro at the head of the company Tho company has under lease some of tho best oil territory In Wayne and the ob loci la increasing Us capital lato secureI means to further develop It A county gentleman told us Sunday that ho believed tho Beayer Creek eoc on was as good as tho best oil land in county 555 ANITAS TRIAL Tho entertainment given at the Gem under tho direction of Miss Sara Wood Lynn was a thor ofough success and the work of the par tlclpants showed the value of a good director All did well but wo to make special mention of Miss Slesslnger as Anita the waif Mlsa Margaret Hlgglns and Master Camp Catron In Ihelr songs Mlsa JennloCarr as an elocutFonlst and tho little tots In the pickaninny sang The elder ones in tbo cast of the play wero all and deserve much praUo Misses Joan ReJJUh and Llllle Litton excellently portrayed the country girl Mlsa Lynn Is to be congratulated on the aucce her work Somerset Dally News ALLklndsof reworks for Christ mal at Farris k Coa REV ED HUDDARD will begin a bttCOMPLETE obibles and testa moots for Christmas at Craig do Hock era totoprice PEYTON of Knoxvllle sold to W two houses and lots In Need moro for fSOO XMAS TREE The Baptist Sunday school will have a Christmas tree on Chlslmas ova BAIIE HANSFORD colored was fined JudgoCareons otToInremember the poor will appreciate gilts a great deal more than the rich TUB little hjust beyond the Turnersvllle church was peat ford McKinneywelt until the water receded It was b1oIlssayThe MCCOrmaCkedwith a lot of bay and other teed He bad 1200 Insurance on his barn and 45CO on the bay In the Homo and Hartford Companies represented by Jceso D Wearen Mr McCormack recently bought tho Murphy farm back of W II Murphy IIEstrayA 1000pound black steer came to bytWM BECK Stanford Ky HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed CallanFOR SALE I ccandTnrdexcellent AnymanwithThtiotherboslnasj aa1 It will not thereafter be for sale Address B B KINO Moreland Ky Stockholders Meeting A the LQelectingrectorsJOAN J MCi30hERT8 Cashier Stockholders Meeting IA meeting of the stockholders of the National Dank ot nnitonvllle will be held at their banking home In nustonvllle the tee and Tuesday In January 1003 between 0 and 12 u for the purpose ot electing di penvfro Cashier FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell term of 100 acre loca on JCnob Lick H mile of Knob Lick neartmalnder in BlueGross lies on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouses Well watered by cistern springs and pond Those desiring to buy a small tam do well to sea my place S W OIVEN9 Stanford Ky A Word To You I desire to thank my good patrons who have given me a liberal share of work shopIIto wait on all who want shoeing or other kinds of blocksmlthlng Wagon and promptlyKyGaeNICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell farm of acres just outside of the town limits It la one of the prettiest homes around Stanford and Is roll improved with a handsome twostory splendiddryfree Most of the outside tone lIng la kept up by others Very little fenc to Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It in grass Good roomy meat bouse etc Terms to suit purchaser Call StanfordSnCHRISTIAN COLLEGE Hustonvllle Ky bfglnDingpresIdent professor of Latin Greek and graduateJDllaGermany professor of Music German and Do D has beeDiplaced at the head of tho Normal teacherImany experience bookkeeping and general busr Itg00dDepartment under Miss Bogle b to be one ot preIparatora part of Everything at reasonable eaprerldootoe further particulars address tho a RUBBER I j Rubber boots for MEN Felt boots for MEN and BOYS All Rubber Overshoes for men Clothtop overIshoes for MEN and Rubber Overcoats for MEN Rub r her work coats for MEXtwcl BOYS Rubber irandab for MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN Buy rubber goods now and keep out thoWET Let us save you money on what you b- uyCumminsI S McClary la g WARM FEETI Are absolutely necessary for health and comfort We have tried specially hard this time to provide WARM and DRY FOOTWEAR for our customers Felt boots are necessary for ranginginwellknown for service and warmth we have in all sizes at 360 The HARTFORD BOOTn light kip at 300 other grades at 250 200 and 100 Terms Cash H J McRobertsII i a j L j y A URISTMAS PRESENT FOR YOU Come one come all come young come old to the Zophone Concert Come and hear the won derful instrument Mr J W Perrin retailer of fresh and pure Groceries Christmas Toys and Candies is tho operator and he will conduct the entertainment in our store beginning Wednesday evening at 7 oclock and lasting 30 minutes Everybody invited Severance Sons New Store Pn 1 1 I 1 JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO l 1nrdField Seeds Lime Salt and Cement 1 GET YOUR rChristmas Whisky and Brandy from J H GARTER Halls Gap Postoflico Stanford Ky THEJNTERIORJOURNAL Xnttrcd n the pottoffice at Stanford at Menddan matter 3Pxxb12ah alas Spm std 3Fsldt9- ar 1 PER YEAR CASH a1 When sot sopsldmzOO will bcchsrged I KNOXVILLE DIVISION o3ITrln going Korth U46m oSI 230m olS II II South1223amNo a II Haa p m For sit Feints A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Ofiooofrr UeRobirta Drnj Store In thO sloj Balldlni R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Offlcn over Higgins de McKinncys Ston Telephone N 81 I I THE- Joseph Price Infirmary js open all the year for the treatmont of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and nursing shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills Sue when service are rendered and must b paid promptly clIU eJt Giboney Jeffries I ILlvery Food Sale table j elfri Liberty Kyt r Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed hones receive personal attention FOX t LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE horse and Males constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Man- agerJEMEMJ36R That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth b That a dollar saved in the pre mium may cost you a hundred in a 1088jThat only solid cash in sight nndJ experienced management guarantee J euro indemnityIThat insurance the New York can be relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Oarrard Boyle and CiMoy Count ten Kentucky J+ C+ cCiMY a UNDERTAKER EMBAL3UER And DealearIn BABNESS SADDLERY 80 Stanford Ky J L Beazle it Co Undertakers and- Embalmers p iLlO DUIoKU Ill ParnltureXatUn1r8Rngs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Gin them J a call Pries right t ITANFOM KENT DOZY u y e L R Hughes Secretary II Treasurei Central Kentucky Real Estate x change TITLE CO Stanford Ky No UOUM and lot In 6unforJa roomihi porch In the rear garden Rood nslghborhot close to churches sad school lor suisll lam llr rrlceJSJO- No 2 Small tarn aena tulle from btan ford Houssol four good rooms back porch and Terands Good barn and other buildings la good repair Cut la six fields well fenced 10 acre In one rre In fruit trees rat In gr1e lUouthtsloommlsiloaerssslsst bargain and a- be aold at bargain Close to and ehureb Trice 133 acre Land adjoining sold for and Ml This is a bargain No S1I0UM and lot la Stanford House con alas Ore moms Uood stable and S acres of laod well fenced One ofprettiest building 101 In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 story front be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be cheap u tb owner must have money No 4 Two story fume dwelling 7 room hall and rertnda Good garden fencing and house In good repair For ale or rent 1rlce reasonable No 1I1I0ule and lot In Stanford These room and moat porch Uood garden and stable Oood repair UI sold cheep sl- orlesrooml53oat 8 Farm of 2 miles from star lord on county road 23 aereela eultlratton are In pasture 2 orchard and roc In timber TIre mall cottages good bun and outbuildings ell watered and tenclng talrl good Macs can be bought at your price ss ownerllTis In Indians its and mud haw money No 9 Alarm of 221 acres tour miles from Stan ford on best pike In the county Sixty sera In wheat 40 In corn S In timothy 6In dOTer and In fins bluegaii Is cut In six fields well footed well and spring two outbnlldinesboth dwelling being on to make 6000 post Apleadb bfnVgnuHfnn unit only 20 minutes dire from th county teat Owner ol fins Weo5erthis has recently refuted lU er acre at 137 per sere No ll 9 acres land with aeces cry improve ment mile from Stsntord Dwtlllng has pow rooms Teranda blllud porch Large barn amok houae We watered and fenced and bulllllop in gobdrepalr Price reasonable No 12 roomlball unit porch neceeuar outbuildings gaNen large Iwo story store room 2S 60 Zeal lower room supplled with counters helm etc Water In dwelling and storeroom also clitern and well on plate Small lot back ofstore One mite from stm liulldlci In goal repair and dwelling originally mat I501 ltore OTer ISOO Will sell lath for tUO or will rent or sell separately No 13230 acre farm K mile of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrlck dwelling 8 rooms two tenant houm- two barns well end spring near dwelling Farm In high state ol cultivation 130 acres ricer bottom land good fencing fruit etc Trice 3730 an sen No 1100 acres ol land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard opposite Springs In gnu no 1m prorementi except large stock abundance of stock water Preltltat building site In town Trie S30UO No 13A nice cottage and lot on Lancaate street Stanford 7 rooms good cistern etc Cal II 000 will sill for 1000 No 17A farm of 163 sera near HustonTllle Dwelling of eljht rooms ball Veranda etc One tenant home stock barn large tobacco barn and other outbuildings Clitern good well In the yard and water la every field on a place Farm cut In seren fields and ant clau land No IOFum of 160 acres situated near Kings Tllle Ky 60 acres In cultivation S3 In Umberiwl watered two barns and other- outbuilhngs rood repair Dwelling comparator ly new it within yards of three churches C V liea on desirablefarmfor 51100 or lapareeln of not leu acre suitpurchaser This certainly cheap property No 63Farm of 73 acres near Wajnesburg good barnle yell waleredfencln and bulll1lngl in r Produet lime stone land In good eelybborboodcloee to schoo atdongood I700 NolS4A farm of acres In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 3 good barns and other out buildings each house barn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road 3j mils from church school and stoce well and will watered Tbli Is a good tobacco farm and would rail two or thrrej families that might want to come from the same neighborhood Trios reasonable No C3A farm of acres In Gassy county Ky One and cnebslf itory dwelling with six room pod barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In rulUratlon 43 acres In Umber fruit trees etc Lays well on county road close to churches school eta Trice only No 36 Farm ol Ifs acres In Casey county Two tory frame dwelling two good an other lutbulldlnct In Splendid tobacco laud and In good community A bargain at No 87 Farmof acres In count ew two story 8 room frame dwelling and oldI dwelling In econdition Darn and other outbuildings On county road splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc This Is a de J1rable home Trice 11600 No MFlfty acres near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house 3 rooms and Darn and other acres In cultlistlon ret In tin er WellwaWed3OIIyardatrom postsmcsjcbool odcborch lays well on pike In IOOd com nunlt lrice5630 We have buyer for 230 or 300 acre farm situated trom one to three miles from town Alto buyer for abut 100 acres situated from one to four a trom town with or without ImproTements Also buyer for an 14000 to 110 000 farm close to town No IS Four houses and lots In Rowland Ky Price f each No 19 9015 crlof land near Crab OrchardI 20 Twostory house 9 rooms ballTersnda acres splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford Prop rty in good water In house els tern at door eautltul home Trice t1000 No 22 Houseof fire rooms porch one acre of rice rooINo 21 Fvnofli3acre3tulle from Stanford rams dwelling of rooms 2 2 bun one logtable and wagon hea combined the other mama with cattle sheds atlathedC Barn especially arranged for eurlnt nnery and corn crib Fine orchard encis In good repair Well tered12 cuternItc This farm huabeen occupied a er and Is well preferred and Imprured f s In mile of postoMce fChool Ileoled for 1902 for rent and li cultivated In corn wheat tobacco and elorer Tine perfect alpr sent owner 3500 u county recorda1II Ihow Will sell for fJ 500 No 21 Dwelling of4 rooms with 20 acres land In Mor land Good barn sod necessary outbuild 2 wells In splendid orchard and 2 acre In strawberries Immediate possession Trice 5700 No 26 Frame hotel Urge rooms double TPr nIdu hsllwsy Etc A Urge 2 story storeroom fronting street 30 leet train hotel up stairs suite de 2 nice cottages nicely furnished ipered and painted 4 rooms and Tersnds each A large barn on same lot used as stable flood grden vauUoUdJololnr36 feet front b set deep All of this property IIID London Ky nd Is a fins chance for some one to make money oprletor has refused to rent prof4llffor 530 per m mth On account of IU only reaaon for selling proprietor desires to exchange farm In Lincoln county No 27A farm of 14fii aces In Garrard county miles from Lancaster All In guI timothy layer and bluegrass except acres no waste nn11 watered by poods and through plaeeThelaDd li rich and oductlrr grows hemp Ilewly feoc N with wire and locust e Axood orchard uproreinents a 0000 twosUiryelgni t room frame railing wardrobes In each room pantries cellar etc newly corered and painted tenant howe barn and other outbuildings all In rood condition In good neighborhood near church school depot sioffice ant store within 400 yards of house 1hu place will be sold cheap FOR RENT I byWmSeveranc I J D OWSLEY NEW LIVERY STABLE s w IVI1U k 8117 Pro- rsFONCTION tCUss Turnouts at SaleiSpecial Attention to Orate and nay For l LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Thomas Pence told to Q O Givens 25 sheep at 83 S- L Hubble sold to Roma Ruble 41 tbp cattlo at 4o FORSALSNo 1 Jeraoy cow II W GalocB Rowland 2t Sweeney Morgan bought of W A Trlbblo 15 150pound hogs at 51o 0 P Huffman bought ot C C Gover and 0 J Crow some butcher ttulT at 30E P Woods shipped to Cinclnna Saturday a carload of hogs bo bough at 5 to 5Jo Mrs O D Wilson of Shawhan sold to J T Snodgrat 23 bronze turkeys weIgbioj7 457 pounds at 100 George Kctohara the owner of Ore ecus the king of trotters gave hit horse shall never racefor money agate Henry Murray ot Calloway county Mo i owns a threeyearold mule that f 18 hands high and weigh 1750 pound R H Crow goad last week a throe year otd gelding for 8200 and a two year old maro mule 161 bands for A Morgan sold his farm In nock castle to Wm Doan for 8750 and bough Lawson fer 12500IAl Reeves bas been made secretar of the Empire City Trotting Club NewI York and Horace Wilson ot Lexington let out C T Wllhlte of Wayne county ha bought of D R Drown of Pulaski hit farm of 145 acres on Buck Crook for 84000 Mr Wllhtto also bought or him 100 barrels of corn at 12 and a lot of hay at 50c At Owlngavlllo court Warren Rog ore bought nine heifer calve ht 81010 Taos McClintock bought a pair b mules for 8300 North Carolina par ties bought a carload of horses and mules at 05 to 8125 OTTENHEIH John Wentzle the young merchant of this place will bavo a lot of Christ mss goods Miss Eugenia Scbaozenbach came up home from Stanford to attend the school entertainment Somo of our weather prophets had begun to say that we were not going to have a hard winter but they are like the parrot now they doni know what to say next We believe there ought tobaavotlog precinct at this pUce and we would like for our Stanford friends especial ly the ones who are so Interested In us about election times to use their In Silence In giving us one Peyton Petry who has made several applications for work on the C S se cured a position as fireman Ho made one trip and quit He says he was out 40 hours and had two wrecks The tun eels and wrecks scared him and he de tided It was not the Job he was looking for The school entertainment at Otton lelmwas a success with a good crowd In attendance It was a pretty scene indeed to see how well Miss Rebecca iulllns had her pupils trained and how well they carried out their part of the work They are all deserving of praise specially Paulino Hoffman a little girl 10 years old who was in many dialogues and appeared very bright KINGSVILLE Toere Is a greafdesl of slcknefr In his community and both our doctors re continually in attendance on their dente We cant refrain from congratula Ing our nominees Messrs Saufley and- Onley and thus send you an extra bat wo may do so and try to express our aentlmnnta We wore confident of their renomtnatlon not merely be ause the INTERIOR JOURNAL assured le that they would be but because each Ie a tried and true democrat and a aapecter of principles The idea of a democrat expecting to gain the nomination oyor Judge Saufley Wo are or Judge Saufley over here And the- Bon J S Owsley Jr as was proved 10 the recent convention hold In this reclnct which we failed to mention al was Intended In our last The goof democrats of the knobs have a right to vote and vote they will for tho above mentioned gentlemen November next In the census ot 1000 there were 27 titea In which the number of children who could not read nor wrlto was le89 than 2 per cent In 1890 there were but 13 States In that class The great et illiteracy among children is In the mthern tier of States where it aver Bites 25 per cent a MaJ Jonathan Etill of Richmond i dead THE PRISONER Who escapes from jail is by no means free He under the ban the law and punishment is written over against his iiatiie or late he will be caught agaIn and bear punishment for Ills short escape from hiscell Those who the use of palliative powders escape for a time front the sufferings of dyspepsia ore in the same as the escaped pris loner Soon or late they will go back to the old condition and pay an added penalty temporary releaser Golden Medici Discov cures dyspepsia and other of the stomach and organs of digestion Its cures are lasting For about two nI suffered from a very obstinate case of drt sis write R It second of 13 Julfin Ave Toronto Ontario I tried a great number of remedies without II I finally tat faith In them all I was so far gone that I could a10actimesleep or follow my occupation tinsmith Some youtGoldentreatment I had derived so much benefit that I continued the medicine I have taken three bottles and am convinced it basin case so contdenIpeptic throughout the land Accept no substitute for Golden Med Discovery There is nothing Just as for diseases of the stomach bloOdand lungs Dr Pierces 1leasant Pellets stimulAte the liver- Mr J M Alverson yesterday an nounced his candidacy for the demo oratlc nomination for roprosontatlvi In Lincoln oounty Sincohe has boon old onoughlio lies not only voted the straight democratic ticket but ho has boon one of tho most oarnost and olll oiont workers in tho ranks Ho has not only worked but has written and sot forth the democratic doctrines In a manner that has brought bbout much good and if the democracy of Lin coin county does not honor him It would seem that It wore ungrateful Advocate President Patterson of Stato Col lege announced to the students that the board ot trustees bad decided to employ a detective to report all Infrac tlons of the rules He said It had been charged that students visited saloons and gambling houses and It was to prevent them throwing their money away In these places that tho detective had been found necessary by the board of trustees a Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts Is better than a platter for a lame back and for pains in tho side or cheat Pain Balm has no superior as- a liniment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by Craig A Hooker Stanford A KlSSA kiss Is a peculiar propo sition Of no use to one yet absolute ly bliss to two The small boy gets U for nothing the young man has to steal It and the old man has to buy It The babys right the lovers privilege the hypocrites mule To a young girl Faltbto a married woman hope and to an old maid charity Exchange Cut this out and take It to Craig A lockers drug store and get a free sampe of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach Improve the a petite and regulate the bowes Regular size 25c per box I want a picture to take across the atetthat will give mo a good Idea of the United States Well heres a photograph of Mor gooThe 4 postal cards ee through the mill within tho last year would Oil 117 ordinary box cars Now it is in order for some thnd to figure how long It required to write the postal Do not dare to live without some clear Intention toward which your llv log shall b3 bent Mean to be some blng with all your might Phillips rooks The Mistress There now Look at tho sugar bowl youve broken The Maid Yes but look at all the est of the things that I didnt break Fire at Worcester Mass destroyed property worth 82500QO I See Yourself In our Mantel Mirrors Rugs Rockers Pictures and Suudry Novelties make useful andsuitable gifts A full line of Furniture Mat tings Oil Cloths c at prices that will suit G L CARPENTER Stanford Ky j LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK HOOOO Directors J D Paxton J B Owsley B II Shanks WO Walker Oeo W Carter toThe9ucc Farmers Jlank A and under same continuouslylor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankCapital or Kyf 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank of In 18J8 then reorganized as the National lank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganised as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In 168J having had practically an uninter rupted existence for J UN better supplied now with facilities for traneaet InR business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited XMASb OWSMJV Cashier IiniQIir WEAKEN Tllle Stanford Rocker Stanford Elmore Stanford Stanford Stanford Itoblnsoo Stanford Stanford Novelties Remember our All kinds and PJUOES Craig Hocker CARSON PENCE DEALERS Carriages Wagons Full and complete stock of above always and are sold prices that defy See our line ot MY Annual Holiday Goods opened and ready be DIS of Come and see beti fore making your W B McRoberts R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE 11I Specialistw- ill bo tho EAIsrnDA HOTELTuesday January and LiAn Eye Point If want perfect you should dare your EYES A eight detect promptly attoudad to will inure perfect EYES of your days EYES overcome defects and assure most satisfactory results hours to PARKERS HAIR BALSAM the lair frocnotrs laturifthl growth IttorYouthful Color 1rPIJ nilSUlll Dnifjrtas j W PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a business In both linos Your patronage at Soc other work In proportion TraHlor iglee DKAMSRS IN Whlsku Beer Etc Carpenter House Oloss to Trust Stanford tmotincs KY te1to Officers U 61UNKSIrtsldcnt J D W si Asst Cashier Officers JcS HOOKER Frost J J McROUmtTS W Dk- prDlreotorsr Hold Dan 8 T Harris J B WaUonlulDltkinJ M n S II ll urhman T I11111 Jas Hubble 111 Ilaughtnan W P Tate Specialty DOLLS STANFORD I IX Buggies Phaetons l Buck boards Harness the on land at competition elegant Lap Robes displayof is to POSED ipurchases IKy t1 Dr KY Eye at and Wednesday 13 14 you vision examined for the rest I will you Ofllco 0 A u 4 r t guaranteelatltacUon BrantlUIWln6S Gloars t Cf I Hers Tills to Oral Cum and STANFORD Chr n V Stanford A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sale theLexingtonone a county roaJ anJ IJ Ihe oplOlte IU plenJIJnelvlloorhooJla a water mill country store and Rural delivery whlchwouldcistern at the house and barn The Improvements consist of r brick andoneofeiosetrmaehltyklanaryICIdun rrarel larlt line tarden IIparalrUl beJ tc treelmaklnjthouses fit Central Kentucky There la il acres In forhemphas a population of stout coo no Mlooni QlenlonJ CaiJwal Colicge for girls with a Itoooo In progress nJ Ilallerlnl prospects for the location of ucatOurenhance the value of rest etuis In the vicinity ot oryrni on reawnabls terms ant worth the money The IOslelllonwillclay ubsoll susceptible of taking on the NQhestteti cwhatotE r