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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1919029 A M NO 82 NEWS iES1Hardln county stream arc higher than ilnco 1817 Judge Alexander Martin ono of the leading jurists of Mlaiourl It dead Hugh MoKonzto a groom of eight hours was killed by an elevator shaft atDetroitJohn Rockefeller has given an other million dollars to the University of ChicagoRev 1 Campbell Fair ono of tho If mot prominent Episcopal divines In the West U dead at Omaha Allison E Blades a 10year old boyI shot and killed his stepfather at Natch ez Mliii In defense of his mother Col John W la president of tho Civil Service Reform League of CblI sago died In a Pblladolpbla hospital Standard Oil Company looking to Kentucky to make up for the decreased production of crudo oil In Pennsylva niaJohn Plannerlc of Cleveland 0 shot and wounded Mary Novak and killed himself because ibo would not marry him A Nicaraguan editor says that God frey Hunter Jr killed Fitzgerald to selfdefense after Fitzgerald bed slap ped his face and fired at blm The expected argument of the demo cratlo primary Injunction case has been postponed at Frankfort The matter goes over to tbo January term Tho Japanese Government has pur chased XRay machines to bo turned on dishonest employee of tbo mints who steal gold coins by swallowing them Burglars blow up the safe In the pot office at Dig Stono Gap and secured 8SOO In stamps and 1100 In cash They alto blow open Oarablcm Bros1 safe and secured 1100 John Best a lunatic butchered Jas per Cleg to death with a razor at La Peer Mich badly wounded his moth er and sister and when cornered by the sheriff killed himself wltbia revolver t Secretary flay has sent to the Ocr man Government notification that American ships must not bo Interfered with In their trading with Venezuela union the Inhibition applies to all A Jennings who sued 20 prominent residents of Salem lad for l 8200000 damages obtained a judgment for 1310 from a jury In the Federal Court Jennings charged that tbo pee pie of Salem bad persecuted him AtOwensboroln the trial of John Webber charged with wbltecapptng ono of tbo defendants Bud Speaks t turned State evidence Speaks said John Webber forced him at tbo point of a pistol to aid In whipping old man Dowdell The coal famine In New York bss been partially relieved Prisoners In tbo Tombs and half the population In tbo poorer quarters wont without fires Sunday night Tbo situation Is still t serious The Reading railroad Is send log all Its coal as fast as It can but a shortage of locomotives causing some delay Twelve 0UOir men employed by the Department of Agriculture bavo start ed on a long course of adulterated t diet They began with beef treated with borax and other chemicals to pro servo It for shipping The specialists In the Agricultural Department desire to ascertain If the objection of foreign customs officials to American packed beef aro well founded 2 The crownIngjoy woman hood is motherhood tbe crowningjoy motherhood to have healthy children Hut there can be no joy i motherhood without health and without- health for the mother there can be no health for the child It is of vital importance for women to know that the bealth of motherand child is in general entirely within womans control The thousands of women who have used Dr Tierces Favorite Pre when expecting motherhood have testified it made them healthy and happy in the cIal of made the advent practically painless and gave them chil dren maotburgCtattrJtnoobufK Plt tar n npmud in flllal health aulftrcddrcail- ully from bloating and urinary difficulty was growing perceptibly weaker each and lufTered sharp at time I fail that something tniut be done I ought your advice tlIand also followed our laltnutlona to Improve Imwtdlattly my uttb became excellent I tJOuM do all my own work we live on a good alzed tarn I walked and rode an I could and enjoyed it had a abort easy confinement and hare a healthy baby boy The People Common Sense Medical Adviser a containIng coo0page is gives away Send ai onecent tamps far expense of mailing only for the took in paper covert or 31 stamp for the volume bound in cloth Address Dr c L V fierce Butalo N Y W n Dulaney a Louisville capital let Is dead- Andljan a town of 30000 souls In byIan The United States demanded of Col toti The Cumberland Telephone Co will vote Dee 29 on Increasing Its capital stock from 110000000 to 120000000 George Moorman Adjutant of the United Confederate Veterans died suddenly at his desk In Now Orleans Three cases of bubonic plague were dUcoverod on a steamer which arrived- at New York from Durban South Afrl ca Nahm Broa and James CulborUon dry goods merchants Bowling Green lost 135000 by Ore In their business houses Arbitration has been decided upon iy the Venezuelan government as a means of escape from the present Inter national diniculty Tbo men ol war In Admiral Dewoys float bavo been placed during the boll day under disposition of the Secretary of the Navy In ylnw of the compllca lions arising In Venezuelan waters It C Whaync a Loulsvlllo businessman was found dead In a field near his home with a gunshot wound through his left breast Oo carried 1160003 In life Insurance taken out within a year President Dear of tbo Reading rail road has criticised In sharp fashion the Independent coal operators for rate lag the price of coal He claims that tbo railroads aro doing what they can to keep the price down At tbo anoual meeting of the stock holder of the L N Railroad Com pany In Louisville August Belmont was reelected chairman of the board of directors Ho says tbero will be no change In the management President Gompers of tbo American Federation of Labor created a sonic tlon at Wednesdays session of the Coal Strike Commission by declaring that be could prove that railroads foe tered Immigration to thn coat fields MATRIMONIAL J R Cain a widower of 35 and Miss Ltcclo Horton J5 were married herd yesterday W B Ruoker of Danville and Miss Helen D Boyd of Berry were married at Lexington George Petrey aged 32 and Miss Parlla Potroy 17 were made ono at George letreyyeltorday- Sooral contemplated marriages will have to be postponed on account of tbe scarcity of houses for solo or rent or boarding places not already full to the limit Somerset Journal N O True a clever business man ol McKlnney and Miss Fronts Montgom ery a pretty young lady of the same town came to Stanford Wednesday and wore married at the Baptist par sonago by Rey 0 M Buoy Invitations to the marriage of E W Barnett pastor of the Baptist church Jelilco and Miss Mary E Garnott the eldest daughter of James Garnett of Columbia have been received hero tboJW P Harvey of Louisville will off elate CAnTERHuoilES Mr Ernest T Carter and Miss Myrtle Hughe drove to Danville Wednesday evening and wore married in the parlors of the Gllcbcr Hotel at 630 oclock by Rev J W Hagln The attendants wore Dr P W Carter and Miss Stella Mc Clary Mra Julia Hughes and Mr Wearon Hughes mother and brother of the bride accompanied tbo happy pair to Danville and witnessed the cer emony After supper at the Gllcher Mr and Mrs Carter returned to Stan ford and aro now keeping house In tbo Bronaugh cottage on East Main street which Mr Carter had handsomely furnished Tbo bride who Is a charm Ing lady was droned In a tailor suit of blue and her beauty never showed to better advantage She III highly ac compllshed exceedingly popular and Mr Carter Is deserving of congratula tlon for baying won so excellent a young woman That she will prove a helpmeet In all tho word Implies wo are moat certain and that her husband will always bless the day sho took him for better or for worse wo have no shadow of doubt Mr Carter Is an In dustrlous moral young man full of push and enterprise and proud of the splendid woman ho has taken for the journey through life ho will not only make a good provider but a kind and attentive husband May the years that are to come to them be as full of happiness as the honeymoon they are now enjoying Is the sincere wish of their friend the INTERIOR JOURNAL Cut this out and take It to Craig A Hnckors drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best pbyeic They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach Improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular aIe 25o per box ORCHARDIFat hogs are scarce and quoted at 0 to lie Turkeys are quoted at 7c with only a few on the market Rev J M Bruce closed hU meeting at Whites school house last week on account of suffering with a severe coldI If you want some pretty and millinery goods call In and see MesI dames Tatcm and King who will sell cheap for cash Vic Owens and wife of Lebanon Junction are visiting Mrs John Rid dle Miss Catherine Bronaugb Is an tlclpallog a pleasant visit to herfrlend Miss Louise Stapp at Campbellsvllle Let Miss Nettle Harris send In your subscriptions for magazines papers and educational games saving you time postage eto Let her know what you want and she will order it for you at any time Mis Sallle McWborter will open a select school at tbe public school build leg tbe fret Monday In January Dr Hlckle will close his school the 23rd He will attend medical lectures In Lou isville after the holidays His pupils regret to give blm up Dr F M Cllnkscalea Is a guest at tbo Cover Hotel David Smith has moved his family Into bis now home near tbo Wm White farm Henry Fish of Mt Vernon was In town a few days BRO Miss Lula McClure has gone to Paint Lick to spend tbe winter with relatives Harry Kvans of Danville Is spending tbo winter with his grand father Mr George W Evans Sam Magee of Livingston was visiting bis mother Mrs Kate Magee We wish wo could write aa many pleasant things of our little city as Mr Stapp does of Somerset Never mind wo have ono public Improvement of which to be proud our handsome brick up todate bank building which will be completed shortly Wbat has become of our prince of telephone men Mr A H Bastlo that no messages can come to us from our friends in our sis ter city of Somerset We wish Santa Claus would put ono In our home so that we might say hello sometimes to our absent friends CHRISTMASISanta Claus soon So will Christmas time Gladdest season of the year Doll the sweetest chime Air Is crisp and bright and clear Ground Is white with rime Poets write stuff like this hero All the time Christmas joys and Christmas cheer Make tbe days sublime fleetest days of all the year In whatever clime Heaven seems to come outer To Its heights we climb All the world to us seems dear Christmas time We aro broke or very near Gone Is our last dime Joy Is sweet but costa us dear Seem as all tho time Poets fill us full of cheer Alas full of rhyme Sweetest season of the year Christmas Lim- oOcntrTREEs JESTTbo lite Col Tom Ochlltrco bad a joke that be worked frequently on the unsuspecting Be would take out of his pocket a let ter turn the pages over and say with a laugh Here Is a letter from my friend spellerHetimes Hero for Instance he writes dog Now Ill give you five guesses and Ill bet you a bottlo of wine that you cant tell me bow ho spells dog Toe colonels listener If ho took tbo bet would guess that the word was spelled dawg doge or daug etc till his live guesses were done Thou Col Ocblltree would say You lose my boy Mackoy spells dog d og here Mr J M Alverson of Stanford has announced as a candidate to rep resent Lincoln county in tho Legisla afro Mr Alverson is eminently fit ted for tho place and from personal knowledge wo know him to bo an ex colic n gentleman What tho State needs is moro young men of such qualities to outer into lawmaking body and politics of our country Wo bespeak for him a hearty support and hope ho may get tho full coopcr atlon which ho so justly deserves Uarrodsburg HeraldS A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a freo sam pie of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any ono wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of tbo stomach bil iousness or constipation This Is a new remedy and a good ono Craig locker Forty years ago one sailor was re quired to every 110 toOl carried by a ship Modern machinery has reduced tbe proportion to one sailor to every 500 tOOl LANCASTER Senator Farrls and family have moved Into their new cottage J F Adams has sold his grocery and butcher business to Wm Mow Jr Both the Presbyterian and Metho dist Sunday schools will have Christ mas tree Miss Carrie Curry entertained at luncheon In honor of Miss Morris of Chattanooga The bard rains washed away largo quantities of hemp for J J Walker and W R Conk Charles Melville Infant of Rev and Mrs Cbumbley was christened Wed nesday afternoon Tbo young men are arranging for a hop to be Riven on the evening of Jan 1 at Masonic Hall Miss Sallie Elkin will have an art ex ilblt Friday and Saturday at Noel sis tars millinery store The red and blue button scheme for increasing the attendance will be triedI here by tbo Christian Sunday school Go see the Xmas decorations at J C Thompsons Lancaster the finest die play and the prettiest store In tbe State Steve Walker of Upper Garrard has a pair of hounds bo has just refused 9500 for aud says that six times that amonnt would not buy them Rev W W Akers finished his ser vices at the Presbyterian church Wed nesday evening after a 10 days continuance There were three accessions Misses Emma Wasburn Alice Hen derson and Eliza Smith teachers of tbo graded school will combine and glad den their pupils with ahandsome Xmas treeJ C Thompson Lancaster has tbo handsomest line of Xmas goods In Central Kentucky Sterling sliver cut glass and art goods Imported marble statuary eto A Sunday School Teachers Institute will be held at tho Christian church at an early date Evangelist Hopkins and his choir of flue singers will visit Lan caster at that time Invitations have been received here to the marriage of Miss Alice Collier of San Francisco to W I Fraeger of niecelofW A Beazey of Crab Orchard has bought F B Kempers now residence for 12600 Mr Kemper reserved a building lot and will shortly erect an other dwelling for his own ueo T S Elkin bought some butcher stuff of T A Elkln at 3o also some from George Ray at 3o also some fat bogs from same trader at6c Jim Jones sold to J E Stormea and Dr Acton some fat hogs at 6Jo On Wednesday Dec 24 Miss Jennie the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Dee Gulloy will bo led to the hy menial altar by Mr Iko Dunn a pros perous farmer of the Bryantsvllle vi clnltv and son of Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn of that section Two Garrard citizens J H Arnold and Duncan Goodloe have been hon ored by Gen Bennett H Young Com manderlnchlef of the Kentucky Dept Confederate Veterans Mr Arnold was asked to servo as assistant Inspec tor General and Mr Goodloo In the Quartermasters department both to have tbo rank of major- CHURCH MATTERS Quarterly meeting will bo held at the Methodist church Saturday and Bun day Dr Deerlng will preach Rev E K Cox will preach at the McKtnney Baptist church at 2 P M Saturday and Sunday morning and night Rev R R Noel has been unani mously called to the Baptist churches at Sliver Creek Brodhead and Pitts burg for another year He preaches on the first Sunday at Silver Creekthe second at Brodhead and the fourth at Plttaburg All of these churches have made good showings since he became pastor of them- Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as tho first indication of tho disease appears and a threatened attack may be warded oil Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect sue sees For sale by CraIg A locker Stanford She fixes lots of fancy dishes For the table Yes That she is skilled In this respect Hes willing to confess But when he sits him down to eat Good food Is what be wishes And not the fancy flowers and things Shes painted on the dishes Money must bo plentiful In Guatemala If Fitzgerald could got his hands on 13003 on the mere promise to kill Godfrey Hnnter Jr Tbe republican quotation on Kentucky nev er that figureLouisville- Times Mrs Mary Johnson aged 09 Is dead at Nicholasvllle Buy Him Something Useful t FOR CHRISTMAS We have lots of nice things men use and would like for gifts Silk Handkerchiefs Neckwear Suit Cases i Fancy Vests- Suspenders Besides Our Regular Lines of Clothing TRADEATi THEi Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing i i Your money back It youre not L T o jniLLBB u To Our How about your GREETING Christmas asesaaaaess bells will soon ring merrily have you If not you can not do better than to tion of all that is artistically choice in our KentuckyGloves displayed of DIAMONDS NOVELTIES JEWELRY FINE SILVER i1 Has much to recommend it It is the over shown and you know what we have There is In buying this class of goods from then you know how easily reachable arc Murray s Danville JEWELERS And FOR XMAS We have a largo stock of tho latest styles in Lamps nndat ROCK BOTTOM r PRICES Our stock of Chamber sets Dinner sets Salads Chop Dishes 13 R B plates A D Coffees and fancy pieces in China will please you Wo have nn im mcnse stock of all kinds of Candies Nut Fruits Ac Lots of toys for the Chil dren Send us your ORDER or como to see w Good fire all tho time Phone 10 t Higgins g McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY J cJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 E C WALTON H H HENNINQER I Of Wayne County Is a candidate lor State Trtu subect to the action of the Democratic pAuy furar M F NORTH Is canJUite for the Democratic nomination tor Rtpresrnutlve of Lincoln county Subject to the ac lion of the patty i J M ALVERSON It a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rel rewnutlve of Lincoln County subject to the IcUon the party TilE editor of the Lexington Domo crat who claims to be authority 00 klealng save Forcibly klsalop a woo man against her will la one of tho most unsatisfactory as well at one of the 4moetfoolish performances a sano man attempted It la a waste of elYort and no good whatever In it Reccntly middleaged man In New York woe required by a jury to pay 8200 to a mid die aged woman for having kissed her once against her will and now a jury at Oahkosn WIs has decreed that a wealthy mlno owner must pay 8500 to a young woman of his acquaintance tor having kissed her three times torclblv and against her consent Tho juries acted rightly Mon Idiotic enough to take klssea that way should be made to pay dearly for them A kiss without the full consent and participation of the klsseo Is as Insipid as cold soup as un palatablo as flannel cakes and as Julce less as baled bay or cotton batting SENATOR MORGAN of Alabama be haves the Philippine problem could be settled by sending the Negroes of tbe South there and giving them a laad bounty It might turn out to be a DaD scheme and work successfully Rood veil Is taking kindly to It too Senator ITillman declace the plan Impossible of Aside from Its proposed violation of humanitarian principle he asserts that the Initial coat of trap planting only onefourth of our colored population would add an unbearab load of taxation to the burden of the white people JUDGE HOBSOM of the court of appeals handed down a dissenting opin- Ion la the case of Caleb Powers whit was reversed by a majority decision of the court a few days ago The oplnlo Is concurred In by Judged White aDd Paynter It reviews the evidence 10 the case at length holding that thor was ample proof of a conspiracy and of Powers connection with It Judge Hob I eon says the refusal of Judge Cantrll to vacate the bench was In pursuance of a well settled rule established by 8p pellate court decisions THE Louisville Post which Is authority for any and everything undem ocratlc contains the following dlspatcl from Danville A report Is curren that the district committee will be petitioned to annul the stormy conven tlon of last Wednesday which nominated two sets of candidates on the grouni of Irregularity and give all the can dldatea an opportunity of running the races over again This Is news m doubt to everybody except the Post and its Danville scribe y aTnzStandard Oil Co which bat just paid a cash dividend of 810000000 has advanced the price of oil one cent a gallon making 31 cents a gallon In 1 crease since the coal strike began The raise of price will Increase the revenue of the company over 13000000 Tbi rapacity of this trust Is Illimitable THE Indiana delegation at Washing too has decided on Representative Bemenway as a candidate for govern- orl to succeed Durbln If be will pledge himself to turn Hog Jaw Taylor over to the proper authorities If elec ted the INTERIOR JOURNAL will prom lee not to oppose him THE court of appeals on strict pout teal lines did the expected and revdra ed the judgment of the Franklin Circuit Court sentencing Jim Howard to confinement for life in the State peal tentlary for the murder of William Goebel and awarded him a new trial THERE has been but one term of a democratic Congress since 1877 The republicans are therefore responsible for legislation under which trusts and other evila have sprung up and they It to the people to relieve them of rtheburden A DILL will be offered In the Tennessee Legislature to Increase the salary of the Mayor of Memphis to 87600 or 83500 more than Tennessee pays her governor If the bill passes therell be a lively scramble for the office from now 00- NEW YORKS Aldermen voted 8250 000 to buy coal for the poor of that city and that immense sum will not keep a great many from suffering from cold POLITICAL t The action of the Paducah democratsI In denouncing the State minds us of the tall trying to wag the dog Lexington Democrat Gov Beckbam will appoint former Ij Congressman Asher O Caruth to sue ceea Judge S Barker as judge of the criminal division Jefferson cir i cult court J The September term of the court of appeals closed Wednesday and with its adjournment Judges Gully DuRelle and White retired from the beDch The now court will assemble on Tuesday January 5 A bill donating a site In the Dhtrlot of Columbia for a national theater bas been Introduced In the House TboBo responsible for the measure expect Mr Carnegie to provide the money for tbe building and endowment of the lastltu tlonIThe Senate passed the Pension Ap proprlatlon Bill carrying 813U817000 and an urgent deficiency bill repre evening the sum of 81133400 An Item of 8500000 to enable the Secretary or Agriculture to stamp out the footana mouth disease is Included In the latter Judge Cooper has readored his decision in tho Breathttt county contest cases Ho holds that tho olec tlon for Sheriff and Jailer was Ilclral and void frauds being committed 00 both sides In the contest for Sohool Superintendent Judge Cooper bo that the incumbent H B Noble democrat is entitled to thoofflco A substitute for the National Daak Currency Bill presented at the last see aloe of Congress has been latroduced In the House The new bill provides that National banks may take out for Issue national bank currency equal 10 amoubt to onefourth their paidup ua Impaired capital without depoeltlng government bonds as security A se curlty of bonds or gold of C per cent of the currency taken out for Issue is all that la required Mr J M Alverson formerly of this city but who has made Stanford his homo for tho past nine years hns just announced his candidacy for Representative to tho next Legls lure from Lincoln county Ho has gained considerable prominence as an industrious and capable young democrat who has done much for the part md whose record as a democrat and standing as a hightoned gentleman wIll doubtless make him a worthy at agonist for any one entering the ace Mr Alversons many frlond In this county would bo glad to eo his ambition gratifiedRlohmon Register ADDITIONAL LOCALS MR J B HIQQINS has rented the augbman storeroom on Mill street and whit deal extensively In hides fura and country produce NOTICEI desire to swap my storeroom and brick residence of 12 rooms 10 Hustonvllle for a farm Will put my property la at a bargain James Fryc ustonvllle Ky A C HALES of Humphey Case tunty who bought Eiglernan i elgha stock of goods at Shelby City will take possession Jan 1 Mr Mat ngleman and family will locate 10 lansas City THE warms were hldde onday and Monday night Banging Forie and Dlx river were both far out of their banks and corn la the IIbock- aDd fences on low lands were washed down the stream causing considerable 108s to the owners GOSBEN Mliaes Annie and Ella ollzclaw will spend Christmas to barren county The party given at- Mr Sam Dudderars Friday night was greatly enjoyed by all Miss Annie Gooch and Mr S D Turner of Lan caeter entertained It Is said that Mr Turaer Is very fond of one of our Gosh n girlsHA FRIEND of the young lady hands us- tbe following Miss Isabel Rots closed her successful school at Blue Lick last wee Ie We feel that every effort poa- sible was made by her to make the acbool a success and wo extend to her- our thanks for the Interest manifested toward the children and hope she will- bewlLh us another year No exbtbl tlon was held on the last day on ac couat of sickness and In spite of the disagreeable weather the day was mado pleasaat for the children and they reo- celved a delicious treat from the teach ere We wish to mention that one class 10 a spelling test missed not a single word We wish our teacher success THIS AND THAT Rev Bailey Whiles a pioneer Bap- tlet clergyman of Casey county In dead at 87 Rev S A Archer a Baptist mlals- ter was killed near Decatur Ala In quarrel over a load of wood Mrs Tom South of Paducah gave- her babe laudanum to ease pain and It- died from the effects of tho drug Hundreds of cattle have been killed by the fluid used by the government to- kill the water hyacinths in St Johns river Florida John W Williams of St Joseph Mo shot and fatally wounded his wUe- aDd killed himself He was tho father of nine children and was jealous With Kentuckys whiskey crop es- tlmated at 30000000 gallons each In habltaot of the country will be entitled to about half a gallonIf ho has the- t1e price resident Castro has clothed Minis ter Bowen with full powers to effect a Element with Great Britain Ger- maay and Italy The allies have not- yet acted on Castros proposition It Is believed Washington that the crltl- cal phase of the situation has passed u y IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ed Naylor it dead at Bryanuvll after a long Illness of consumption Mrs Richard Monroe of Anderson county was drowned in attempting to cross a swollen stream Battle Higgins mado a third attempt at suicide at HarroJsburg but was st1Il living at last accounts Seventeen crap shooters and two whisky sellers were arrested in oae house In Danville tho other night Tho Danville Elks Christmas ontri talnment and tree will be given FrIday evening Dec 26th at the opera house Eastern capitalists bought 6000 acre of coal land In Knoic for a good price U C Ford of Mlddlesboro engineers the deal Daddy Brooks proprietor of tbe Commercial Hotel at Harrodsburg Is trying to get charge of tbo Cliche Hotel at Danville The young society men of Danvlll have organized the Chasso Dos Fee Hop Club Collins Surarcll was choeca- president and Vernon Richardson secretary The fourth sudden death within a week occured In Mercer county whet George Llnney aged about 80 ate hli breakfast lit his pipe and dropped dead In the pretence of his family of heart dIsease Statements of tbo three national banks In Danville show deposits aggregating almost 81000000 The bank of Perryvlllo has on deposit 8105000 with a capital stock of only 815000 The First State Bank of Junction City has about 60000 on deposit and bIB been in operation but little more than a year Estray Steer steerA 1000pound black came to my place a month ago Owner can Ret him by payIng for this notice and bU keep Wx DEOK Stanford Ky StockltotdcrslUcctiug A meeting of the stockholder of the Lie coIn County National Hank of Sti nford wll be held at their banking house the second uetday In January 1003 for the purpose at electing directors for the ensuing year J II OWSLEY lJashler FOR SALE I A storeroom residence In ice ond story splendid stock of general mer handlse also a arranged coal yard excellent trade established 14 yean Rig rade In shingles spokes and posts Any man who will come and Inspect and Is de airoul of buyIng I can trade with his sale must be made by Jan lit aa my IOnl and sonsinlaw have engaged In other nslness If I have to hire a man to run It Jan 1 It will not thereafter be for sale ddress B11 KINO Moreland Ky PUBLIC SALE I County court Jay Jan 11 no j I as agent for theI Rout heirs will sell to the IIllhullnJ test M4J r on MONDAY JANUARY is root A hocx InJ five acm of UnJ on Hustonvllle pike This property joins the BufUto Cemetery close to rradeJ school church etc All the land Is In van Eoo4 garden aniS the house has sixcroJ rooms kltch en cellAr etc All In good repair 1111 is a dulra ble boe and only onehalf mile from town Terms 01 sale onethird cash balance hi six mad sa months 1ln retained on place for balance purchase mon teRt a per cent Any on desiring to we the plan can call m J Wren on the premises or the under rned J MENEFE DR FENNERS IDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If neceuar wrlto lr Kcnnet 110 has spent a llfo tlmo curing Just suck cues UJoun All consultations ree Your Kidney and Backache Curo has cured two very bad cases among our custo mers tho put year whom the doctors bad given up J L STILL sit CO Woodland la Druggists SOo ft Ask for Cook nookFree 8T VITU8DANCE TroublesCURE JFenner i aes i1s eesi n on 25 pieces light and dark good nt 5o per yard 15 pieces light tutu dark wide nnil heavy worth 100 nt 8Jc llQr yard Good weight Canton flnnnol price nt 50 per yard Extra sizo comfort oil calico covered nt 98o each Ladies heavy outing under ekirta at 24o heavy 24o each Ladies 50o ribbed at 25c Ladies 25o ribbed at 15c 38inch all colors at 60c per yard GaL GRAND LEADERS Special Bargain Prices cold weather snaps outings weight outings special Childrens lloccodlined undorwearat underwear garment underwear garment allwool broadcloth 98c- Mens 70c- Mens Owing to large trade we were forced to dupli cate on every line in house with ready money we fortunate enough to buy some fine BARGAINS Come in we will give you your share of profit THE GRAND LEADERLEVY Props S LEVYManapor u fla u aNo1 Small Farm For Sale terms a small Lincoln county For cote on easy GfO W revs Mra Mary farm of to C rS 1rooo Carpenter andotheri Impro ements well anolwell housemeat IoU1ebooMdwelang Ice house mNk and fruit IoU1e ehkken cellar drood wood how We sublet toll end ireboa y house tobacco barn cooJ stock barn large enbrze orchids ant all kinds tlI fruit ant house two Rood niceafine springs Anyone wishing to secure this a at Sit0tome will Co tyPhn Casey Call oa F p CO UIT FOR RENTJ situated on I desire to rent my property Somerset street X mile frop town consist besidesof seven roomsof dwellinglag flne cel kitchen and servants room and a lar smokehouse chicken house land S and 10 acres of and a good stable lorstoekand oneIn thehydrants well cistern ono combIned near the door for 8ald mkffrepairJAB BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic BldK SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also CourtStates and Bankruptcy DollItio s made and promptly remitted STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus notice Bedding end VeKetablePlants of all kinds in seaion JNO CHRI5TMAN Stanford FARM FOR SALE sell farm of 100 acres located I desire to my on Knob Lick X mile of Knob Lick tatlon It Is all No 1 farming land near halt of which Is In cultlTallon the rc matoderInlilueOral lias on It a good ubstantlal nthouses Well wsrdby clstarartpring and pond Those desiring to buy a farm would do well to see my place W OIVEN3 Stanford Ky IIYOU rr Will make no mistake in selecting your XMAS gift from our stock of furni ture See what we have and get PRICES before the rush CARPENTERStanford Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Eye Specialistw- ill bo at thoid6 COtl ti vERANDA MOTELTuesday and Wednesday January 13 and 14 Point If TOU want vision you should have your EYES An Eyo will Insure EYES examined A defect promptly attended to perfect the fIof days I will examine your EYES overcome and for assure you most satisfactory results Office houtc DAM to 4 p Ito Full yard wide blench cotton at 5c yard New Diphip corsets at jeans panU allwool nt corduroy pants heavyweight nt 150 Mens fine suite nt 208 8500 5760 81000 mid 81260 Mona fine overcoats at 8208 8500 8700 81000 81200 and 81500 Itors suits from 80o up to 500 Ladle fine drew skirts nt 8100 8125 8200 8800 8400 and 8500 Mens winter weight underwear nl 25 35 COo nod 8100 Henry blankeU nt05 860 8100 8125 81CO up to 8500 a our and the were our BHAYS AU little S THE Spirit of Xmas should stir the RiflbuyiiiB desire nnd prompt an early visit to our stom Thoro is n well selected stock of WATCH ES CHAINS AND CLOCKS beautiful pieces in SILVERoxqulsito pieces of JEWELRY such as BROACHES RINGS ETC ETC W H MUELLER AMPLE CHOICE I All wish to give at holiday Time It le what to give that causes tronblo and worry This difficulty will be lessened when you have before you u ample and varied a stock as ours We worried a little for you months ago when we were making our HOLI DAY selections and believe that tho thought then given will make It easy for you to choose suitable gifts now Our experlencu inaHoliday 1golDgPennys Drug Store AT StilnfordI Time Clmrlcs Wheeler Emporium HUSTOISTILLE KENTUCKY IIEAD2UARTERS make your selection early Our general line is complete in every department A nice line of Cloaks and Skirts from 2 to 10 Ladies and Childrens Underwear from lOc per garment to 50c You can always depend on us for firstclass goods at moderato prices Yours for fair ex change THE StanfordI II IinI carries a big stock of Lamps of I latest styles and at the HcIPRICES Toys of every tion Candies Nuts Fruits Lots of things for the children IIComo old bo convincedItresa11IJ rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky Dm 10 1002 J In fllHnR your prescriptions wo uso tho right medicines In tho exact propor done and with proper care Wo could not do bettor If yon paid ui doublo the price which la always r uoaablo Pen cvs Drug Store PERSONALS J II GREKR wont to Louisville yes terdayMiss LINDA MIUBK returned to Danville Wednesday Miss VIROINIA WARREN spent Bar e erot days In Louisville HON HARVEY HELM went up to Inox and Boll Wednesday MR AND MRS LEWIS DOTY returned III lilt night from Mlllcrsburg MLouisvilleMR EMMETT MCCOUMACK of the West End Is down with mumps MRS J n noctcER of nuiu nviiic- ha tbo ovMitsof Louisville have been with Mrs JOB LeeMISs LILLIE MARTIN of Somerset It vliltlrg relatives In tbo Sau icy sec Lion MR CICERO Gooou of Wayncftbur was hero yesterday to consult DrR A Jones MR J M Qubblo of Eubanks was with nil daughter Mrs Garland Sin Kleton Miss NETTLE DECK has returned from a visit to Mill Lima Miller t Danville MRS MONTIE Fox of Danville spent several days with Mrs J W Dtuehman SMITH PENNY of St Joseph Mo Is vliltlD Mr John K BauRbman near Euitonvllle WAVERLY HAMILTON arrived from Uendenon yesterday to spend a fo days at homo MRS W 11 DtLLION and children of LlTlngston aro with her motherS Mrs Droaddus Putt SODEN was on yesterday train going to Livingston to sea his lOa Will Sodon- EOIIEKT WALLIN of Drodhcad re turned Wednesday from a buslncM tour of tho West- MISSMLLIE HOPPER of Huiton vllle is In Homo City Ohio vlsitin MIis Edna Kayier HARRY HIQOINB Caswell s uflav and Walter Hopper are at homo from Central University CHARLES METCALF who Is a stu dent at the Loulsvlllo Training School Is at homo for Christmas FOSTER MCAMSTER Is homo Irom State College Lexington MR GC KENNEDY arrived yciter day from Beaumont Texas to vlilt his sitter Mrs M a Williams JOIN F SMILEY of Loulivllle a nto old Stanford boy has bcec granted a patent on an advertising device I MR 0 T LAYTON of Garrard was hero Wednesday returning from Lou livlllo whore ho sold his tobacco at 7c E H BBAZLEY was kicked In thaside by a horse bo was showing Tue r day and was laid up several days from It GEORGE E ALFORD and Dr O 8 Williams of Huitonvllle were hero yesterday returning from tho East End where they killed a halt hundr or SO quail MISS ANNA MAY RUTLErXJEOt WIn cheiter entertains on the 24th In hon or of Misses Nettle Deck and Act Pence of this place MISSES LOUISE CULHERTSON Sarah Woolllicroft of Coyington arrive next week to be tbo guests the Misses Camnlu at Huitonvllle DR STEELE BAILEY has returned t from St Louis where bo bad boon tot attend his daughter Mn Charles P 1 Harvloile who Is considerably Improv edMR P P NuNNELLEY and wt have moved Into their handsome no home which was presented to them by their fons Mciars A T and J Nunnellev MRS JENNIE CARPENTER of flu tonvlllo was hero shopping Wedna- day She was accompanied by Mr C Carpenter who had lust returned from tbo great West Miss STELLA BALLOU of Stanford Is visiting Mr and Mrs W J Drown H Clay Gooch of McKinney was hero last week seeking nrcildonco to locate in the city Somenot Journal Miss ALVIRA VANARSDALE will en- tortaln Thursday next from 8 P M 01 A M In honor of Misses Hart of Mad lionvllle Roberts of West Virginia and VanAredajo of Hamilton College 9Miss NANNIE WATSON came up from Junction City yesterday She told that three members of her family had entirely recovered from smallpox sad the quarantine on them had been lift JUDGE J P BAILEY has rented a portion of Mr T M Pennlngtons cc denco on East Malu and will movo t soon John Lutes will likely rent Judge Baileys homo on Somerset Ave DUOMESSRS T L CARPENTER L Reid W L Evans and W O Cow of Huitonvllle and Messrs Carroll J Reid W S Hopkins and J H Morris I of Louisville form a happy hunting party In Casey county this week l LexlnjftonIsMISSES LUCILE AND MATTIE biENE FEE are at homo from Cincinnati and Wllkinsburg Pa for Christmas John Monefce Jr Is also hero from State College J T JONES has returned from a bus fosse trip to Chlca o Do wee accom panied borne by his sister Mrs Llzzlo Braughton and niece lilac Leila Jones and they are now his guests LOCALS WEDDINO presents at Muellers TRY Englehards colTey Jno Bright Co j ORANGBS 25 to fiOo zenat T C Willis SHE our lamps you Far rls k Co- HATS it at cost from now until Xmas isses Straub CELHIIRATUD Brook cheese at Farrls ft Coe BIGGEST line of Holiday goods wo er handled Farrls CoitFIIRSII stock of goodcoffeo wo sell Hlgglns MollnoeyitI COME to us for handkerchiefs muf lore etc Severance d Sons t LIVINGSTON people enjoyed an old fiddlers contact last night CHILDREN your letters to Septa Claus care Furl S CoitOUR cloaks end trat reduced pric SeverancetFARMERS Pleaio return our sacks or call and settle for them J U Baughman S Co arppXMAS RATES Tho L d N will sell roundtrip tickets at U tares Dec 23 21 25 30 and 31 good returning until 3xCOMK your holiday presents before the stock Is picked over Xmas tricks are going rapidly W B Ma nobertitTUB Turnenvlllo Sunday school will have a Christmas tree on Wednesday afternoon next It promise to bo an enjoyable occasion WE are toady pay all claims If yourgBaughman S L O I A CROWD attended Severance d Sons zoophone entertainment Wednes day evening and enjoyed It greatly Mr J W Perrlns splendid Instrument was used OWBLKY CARMAN son of Mr Alex Carman of this county killed two deer and crippled a third while hunting l North Dakota c Mr Carman belongs Uncle Sams standing army I JOIINKEEGAN who drilled a num ber of wells for oil here told an I J reporter in Lexington Tuesday that bo had completed his fink well In Floyd county No oil was struck but an bundanco of gas was found LSUCCESSFULGreen closed a successful school at Maywood a few days ago Nono of her pupils woof below 85 per cont on any subject Mrs Green will open a select 1odI NOTICE Stockholders of the Deav er Crook Oil A Gas Co Ire requested to mall their certificates to S M Ow 8one Hustonvllle Ky at once H will issue two shares for each share matofTHERE aro between 60 and 60 cases smallpox In Junction City It Is coo fined Almost entirely to white people and Is of s very mild form Drs Stoelo and phase aro looking after the suffer ore from that loathsome disease and aro doing all In their power to prevent a spread of it trotIrecordc of r hadC no on my will be adyertiied tn January 1003 M S Baughman S L- rO THE ladles of the Christian church succeeded in raising 1300 and cordially invite every member to bo present next Lords day to witness tbo burning of tho old note Mrs G C Glvena cs poclally thanks the ones who stood by her and tho ones outside who gavn as freo offerings May tbo Lord bless and reward them A MEMUER portionIof Wednesday was up with a case in Judge Baileys court A chap edfor 233 rods of the road between A Folands and James McKcchnlos x the contention and the change w Luelt0and 17070 for fencing and to G A Swlnobroad HO for lard 817170 for deMs nd 6dW8 Burch represented tbo app cants G B Swlnebroad the land own TbeJuryposed change TUB above is a soap shot f James Hooker who Is to nag Jan 0 for the murder of his wife if Gal Bockbam doss not commute life sentence to life Imprisonment Our friend W F Martin got the picture and W W Cheat the Danville photographer made tbo cut 444444444444 +44444 +44444 +t CHRISTMAS presents at Muellers ONDIBS So pound up T C Willis SUE W H Muellers ad on our creed pilleitALL kinds of lr kefor Christ clrosePLACE your order at once for holiday ptctureiatvl Its Sacrays LOT T SV1111e8x you up a nice basket of fruit candles etc A CHRISTMAS present bought a Jones Is mighty opt to be nice GET your Xmas presents before they c all picked over Ferris it Co A GOOD man wants borrow 13000 at 6 per coat Apply at this silica XMAS fruits nuts toys en tbo like In great profusion T C Wil lis COMPLETE line ot bibles and testa menu for Christmas at Craig Hock ere SPECIAL attention given mall orders Try one and see Hlcglns L McKln ney CANDY from thecheapest the On net See our stock before you buy Farrls ft Co A CHRISTMAS bought at Jno P Jones will please your wife sister or sweetheart COME In and talk to us about an air tight beater for your ball We can please you Hlgglns McKinney A NICE lap robe make a use ful and acceptable Christmas preicnt JaC AN elocutionary contest Is to be giv en at Mlddleburg Normal College on Thursday nlcht Dee 25 A good a dlonco Is hoped for writes Miss Anglo Carpenter TAG Ladles Aid SoIetytho Bat ist church will have an apron solo at J S Rices on Tuesday afternoon and evening next Fancy and work aprons will be sold Light retreat menu will bo served Go and help a good cauio TilE Stanford Hop Club met Wed nesday night and elected the following officers for the ensuing year Presi Preeel Treal- urer George EllI Floor Committee Robert T Bruce Winfred Portman Ashby M Warren and J M Alvenon Musical Director John H Shanks Tho hop club eke us to state that all hop spectators are requested to occupy the raised seats in the hall as the chairs on each side are reserved for those x trip tho light fantastic Tho Christ mal danco will be one of tho swells over given by the club Selberta or chestra of Louisville will furnish ti music FOUR SCORE Mrs Edna E Hill mother of Mr r J Hill and Mrs P W Carter celebrated liar 80th birthday Thursday Dec llth at liar home in this county where she line lived for more than halt a century About 30 relatives were present to partake of the birthday feast and wish her happy returns of the day Sho tho recipient of numerous gifts from those present and also received dozen or more affectionate letters of congratulation wlta birthday gifts from distant relatives Throe sons Robert John and William Hill were absent They are all heads of families and useful citizens of their adopted States Madre forDIesaeletder more t fourscore years while many of her uncles and aunts reached a ripe j ago As wo have before published our columns Mrs Hill Is the only log granddaughter of Capt J mes till the brave pioneer who w skilled by the Indians In 1782 in the battle of Little Mountain N CAKES baked to order at Willis perbUlhelney DONT DELAY canfind suit able presents at G L Carpenters fur nlturo store OF course you will read the New York stores big advertisement on our fourth page GET a useful present for your friend or relative John P Jones has them lo great variety semlweeklyItcontinue It as such TILE EdThurmaa colored died of pneumonia and was burled at Turnorsvlllo Wednesday TIlE weather behaving bet tel now We have bad several days of delightful winter weather ALL the ladles ofPresbyterian myhomoW H Hlgglns DONT lot the new year catch you be hind on your homo paper Savo your self the humility by paying your sub scription NOW- ATTEND the great suction solo of othing hats ladles shoes etc at tho Holmes storehouse near Crab Orchard depot tomorrow Saturday COMPANY L commanded by Capt Sam Duncan In the SpanishAmerican war will bo paid oil at 0 oclock Satur ottertas our Tbose- members who can not be present can gut their mosey by sending power of attorney I WILL bold another auction In tbe George Holmes storeroom next Satur extradkinds Hats Ladles Shoes Ac Cost will not bo thought of as the goods must go Dont stay away on account ot the weather but come and get bar gales J P Chandler 2t McCluroforLexIngtonen from his home at Mt Vernon to that Institute a few weeks ago A wife Ipleodidcur at Mt Vernon at 1230 tomorrow Saturday The Masons will have charge Stockholders Meeting A of LtheireloctlngdlrectonJOHN J McROUERTS Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na atnond Tuesday In January 1003 between 0 and 12 u tar the purpose of electing di rectors to serve yearJ Cashier HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call POSTED I ItrlctlyItrcsspasslng on our places and will prose cute violators to the silent of tho law J Nevin Garter W Oater James McCormack J F cover Mrs Maggie Dlbb James N Cash MesserboMiss Mattle Howes Joseph Ballon etJ W liauchman S T ILDndderar M F Lawrence J T ningaman W P primes 0Mrs Malcena Lnasaa T A Rice MaryO Olvens J S Ilockcr AmpnApea O Hopper George Holmes Mrs John II Foster A P Pendleton 0 L Ashley PUBLIC SALE I IOn Saturday Docombctr 27 rllterIpees and live miles south of yeah relined yearsbityears old 2 good milk cows 8 steers 2 tat goodLIKon harness new one horse wheat drill new line rake lOa bushels corn lot of potatoes several hundred tent of lumber different kinds harrow lot of boards big plow and buylargedresser sowing machine glass front cover 3 good bedsteads good washstand dining bastingnitof other chairs 1 baby cradle small table two half barrels of kraut tat shelled oats dishes and other things too numerous menton toIEalo begins at 10 oclock roodIanother tract ot load of 05 acres adjoining above damagedlanew shoes There will also be a lot of see machinesEe terms Terms on personal propertyalll be made known on day of sale Ladles Invited j AUG JEWORUTZKY J P Chandler Anct Do Not Let Xmas 1 Catch you without n New Suit and Overcoat You can enjoy the Holidays better if dressed in one of the I- ntoOWIRCOFTS Thoy all have well fitillbned fronts anti fit her reCUr Big assortment LITTLE PRICKS I Cummins S McCtary I WARM FEET Are absolutely necessary for health and comfort We have tried especially hard this time to provide WARM and DRY FOOTWEAR for our customers Felt boots are necessary for ronginginso wellknown for service and warmth we have in all sizes at 3CO The ILRTFORD BOOTa light kip at 300 other grades at 250 200 and 100 Terms Cash H J11 McRobertsIa C Vwvv fl PtpWVLYNP fit fWJY IJ V Handkerchief Store Ours will bo from this date until CHRISTMAS We have handkerchiefs for everybody Como and see what 5c IOc15c 25c and48c Will buy Initial Handkerchiefs lOc All Lin cu Unlaundcrcd Initial at 16c Silk handkerchiefs Plain at 25c Pretty Initials ones at 48c Tics Suspenders Shirts Gloves Belts Golf Gloves Chatelains Monte Carlo Chains Purses Dont forget we have hundreds of S USEFUL Articles Suitable for CHRISTMAS Presents Severance Sons New Store JOHN BRIGHT JR a CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery i Stoves and Tinware Glass nnd Queenswaro all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement GET YOUR Christmas Whisky and Brandy from J H CARTER hailsfGap Postofiico Stanford Ky 4 4 NOTICE I READ THIS TWICE The entire stock of the New York Store must be sold by Dec 3 I Cost will not be considered The goods must be sold and money must sold at auction This is your last chance to get Winterwill bebe realized and creditors must be paid All goods left over from Dec 31 Goods at your own price Come early and secure BARGAINS Dry Goods Calicoes all grades Simpson and American brands nut all other brands at 4c per yard- Bleached Cotton worth 5 and Cc all go at 4Jc Unbleached Cotton worth 5 6 and 7c nil goat 4ic Outing Cloth worth 5 and Cc at 4c a nroI 8c Outing Cloth at OJc a yard 12c Outing Cloth at ic a yard Dress Linings at 3Jc a yard Worsted goods worth 20 and 25c nil shades 12ic Red table linen by the yard 15c worth 20 and 25c Shirting cotton at 4io a yard Towels at Go a pair Bed ticking nt 12ic worth 15 and 20c a yard Straw ticking at SAo a yard Cottonade at 8Jc Denim tires goods worth 12 c and 15c at SAc Duck worth 12J and 15c at 8Jc Light Calicoes at 3c Yarn Hoods worth25 and 50c all go at 19c Germantown Yarn worth lOc a hank nt 5c Oil cloth Shades worth 20 and 25c at 16c Ribbons and Laces at your own price Dress Skirts worth 8175 8150 125 go at 75c Ladies Woolen Capes worth 82 to 350 all go at 75e Ladies plush capes worth 86 to 10all go at 8325 Ladies Underskirts worth 81 to S3 at 75c during this sale t The New York Store Stanford Ky JI THE iftMOBMHMl Altered n the pottoffice at Stanford at toendernes rnat4er d+ atta2na uayraxsaSxsdav T 31 PER YEAR CASH ar WUen not sop id 200 will bchsrg i PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clfvurl boo the hula Promote lnturitut growth Hovar Pans to BMtore Gray Youthful Color Cum rIJ a talltag 50rivHUO DronhU J W PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a business in both lines and satisfaction Your patronage solicited Horseshoeing at AH other work in proportion A 8 PRICE Bnrgeon Denti s- irZthicford Ky McUobjrtV Drnf StoreIntha Owtlej 1ahoy Biilldlnj A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky I Offlc over Hlgglns A McKinneys Store Telephone Ku 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary is all the year for the treatment surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash in advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when services are rendered and must o paid promptly 4J Giboney Jeffries Livery Food IX Salo Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers RIgs a specialty nigh Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention POX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and ler sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager TraHlor icet DEALERS IS WhlskU Brandy Wines Beer Glgars Stsa- arpntsrHeuss STANFORD 1 KY Close to attention Notbint but the bu- f Prowl drink anJrUte e er teterraph orders receIve JIWIpt l tenlloD Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the north of Main on east ildo of College street in Ilustonvllle Ky consisting of and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable on same a nice livery barn 65x73 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes va cant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property lis well arranged for private residence and- Is now rented for that If you want good paying property In Hustonville call on or address D S Carpenter Huston vlllll Ky ITo the Coal Consumer I Higgins Sims the coal dealers we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the boot brands ot coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your hay and corn in exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for money Orders at coal house- phone U or Boones livery stable No Boone dfe DvmaTS- TPHFORO KY iEMEMJ3 That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pro mium may cost you a hundred in a lossThat only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee sure That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied on lease D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Oarrard Boyle nd Oiney Counties Kentucky J+ c+ t4cCbMY UNDERTAKER EIIlsALMER And Dealearin 2ABNES5 BADDLBBT tC Stanford Ky J L Beazle it Co Undertakers and- Embalmers DKILIIJ FurnlturelIattlnpRags They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them Call Pricea right ITANFORD KENTDOKY Clothing Mens Cheviot Suits black and blue worth S1i nt 250 Mens Heavy Suits worth 85 and 7all go at 8150 Mens 89 and 812 TailorMade Suits nt 625 Our 15 and 18 Suits will o luring this sale nt 845 Youths Suite three pieces sizes 14 to 19 years at 8195 Boys Suits worth 87 and 89 at 8410 Childrens Suits worth 81 and 82 for OOc Boys Knee Pants all sizes at 15c hens Overcoats all shades and sizes worth 84 and S5at 8290 liens Overcoats worth 80 87 and 88at 8315 Raglans Meltons worth 810 anti 812 all go at 85 75 Mens Overcoats genuine Beaver shades blue and black worth 812 and 815 nt 8755 Mens Ulster Storm Collars worth 88 and 80 at 8199 Boys Overcoats from 8125 on up Mens Corduroy Pants light and lark shades worth 8175 to 8250 nil go at 8130 Mens Jeans Pants at 45c Mens every day pants worth 8150 and 175 nt 05o Mens Dante worth S2 and 250at 135 Mens Pants worth 8T and S3bO nt 2 SHOES Mens every day shoes at 9fie Mens extra heavyshoos worth 8150 to 152 nil go at 125 lions high top slices worth 2 to 250at 8150 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Phil T China will wield the flag at the Newport racee MIls Mary MuRoborU sold to E p Woods a calf for 17 B T Luneford sold bli tobacco In Louisville at 4i to 670 English apple orchards cover 180000 acres against 600000 In France FOR SALESOW and pigs Jtood etock Gilbert Bruce Junction City- J W Baughman told to Joe Jordo a threeyearold harness horse for 117 It Is reported that Swift and Armour are trying to corner the turkey mar ketCoffey Broa Robertson sold Dook Dryo four mules for 15750Ada Newi The attempted corner of the December corn market at Chicago went to smash Proof has been established that wheat was grown In Alaska by Ruse ana a century ago W S Drye S Co Huitonvllle sol to Carlthera Beard Lexington 20 sugar mules at 1140 I dealre to rent 25 or 30 acres of good corn land House on premise Gilbert Bruce Junction City Lutes S Co have Bold over 400 cattl In the past two weeks at 4e The havo some good yearling for sale Last year we Imported nearly 80001 000 bushels of potatoes this being exceeded only twlco In our history James Rambo has rented the Wll Cash farm and will take possession at once Ed Hendrlcks has rented tbi Rambo place W M Bright received yeaterdaj from a wellknown Scott county breeder a fine Poland China sow which coal rim a small fortune WANTEDI will pay highest market price for hay corn land shelled oats at McKinney or Moreland Address ne at Turacriville C L Carter James Meaaer sold to R L Bubble our broke mules at 800 and bought of Robert Wood a good yearling at 1100 3e also bought of J B Foeter a fancy addle mare for 8100 EsTRAYAn eatray heifer 6 or 7 nontha old weight about 300 came to ay place about three weeks ago Owner can get same by paying for this no tlce and Ben Ferrell Mllledge illeSJC Johnatone bought 57 ewes from Frye d Allen at Z2S M J Farris ought 12 feeders from Dryo Allen of aus nvllle at 41 cents and II on tbe bead Charles Caldwell has sold MI farm of 111 acres near Perryvllle to J H Minor for 80400 Joe H Jor don of Atlanta purchased for L G Council of Amerlcua Ga a One pair of mares of George McRoberta for ilOOO and four large mules from Fox 6 Logan for 8700 Advocate HRISTIAN COLLEGE nustonvlllo Iy Announcement for second term beginning Jan 19 1003 Oscar n Fallts 1b fl resident of Latin Greek and Ilgber Mathematics Mrs Fallli graduate ot the Engllsche Institute of Augsburg Oermany professor of Music German and- ranch Miss A D has been placed at the head of the Normal Depart mentl Miss Julia Stagg primary teacher lerman and French taught by a native Imu sic by a German musician of many years experience bookkeeping and general buses forms without a text book making It tho The Normal b e ofleadsgsrstory Department one of the most popular teachers In this part of the State at very reasonable rate For further particulars address the resident nnU KINGSVILLE The Illness of Kir James Lane AI len la learned with regret here whet be la the beloved patter of the Chrl tlan church Bids Berry oDd Jones of Loxlngtoc are expected today to remain over Sunday when Mr Berry will till his lut appointment Mr Jones will probabl ba called to preach for the Chrlitla church next year Mrs J W Acton is III Mr tint fin Is with heart trouble Mlaa Maria Alcorn la the guest of relatives here Mass Ellle Carey of Lexington la expected Sunday Mies Ettle Wcbbor Somerset will apond the holidays will relative here This la ouch a beautiful springIlk day aa to make one glad and la a realization of Mrs Stapo beautiful and classic allusion to the nun behind tho cloud Wo enjoy Mra Stapp letters and think them highly repreaen tithe of the wide awake little city of SomersetWe the autborlty of the twi principles MUaes Lulu Hicks and Lo na Griffin that our town wllleoon hay a Normal Schoolopen early In Jan nary They have every assurance of access Quite a large class of teach era and a subscription school In connection A partition will be run thro the school room which la quito large to separate the children from tbo Normal class Our town may become an educational center yet for It certainly has two excellent teacher In Mlaaei Flick and GrlRln PAINT LICK Our merchants are so busy this week bat they have employed more clerks Mlaaea Katie and Pearl Ely are the tuest of Miss Lettle Swearcngcn of Uchmoad The Xmal tree at Falrvlew will be ield at 1 oclock Instead of Xmas eve ae reported last Iiaue It ta almost Impossible to drive thro1 tbe streets for the buggies and wagons Inca R N Beazley began to receive obaccoInvitation have been received hero to the marriage of Rev Tarlton S tobarts of Lexington to Mill Ben Al len of Cincinnati Sire R L Jennlng lion the sick let thla week Mra Alice Ray of luckeyc la the guest of Mrs Mason undo Guy Rico our liveryman has rbooplng cough Mlaa Eliza tucker entertained In honor of her guests Saturday evening About 7f were present and the evening wal thoroughly enjoyed Curry and elllo Rico are quite sick Mr George Ballard of Wallace town died Sunday night and was burled at Richmond Tucaday She leaves a husband and one child who have the ympatby of the community Mlaaea Alice and Mattie Grlnatcad ccompaoled by Meuara Burton and IIII of College Hill are the guests of lias Eliza Rucker W B Rucker formerly of this place and Miss Daisy Boy of Berry were quietly married at tbe Phoenix Hotel Lexington on the 5tb They will realdo In Danville Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with ImnberlalnaTsIn Balm and bound on- the affected parts la better than a plaster tor a latro back and for pains In the side or cheat Pain Balm hAS no superior as a liniment for the relief of deep seated LUscnW and rheumatic pains For sale y Oral Hooker Stanford Mens high top shoes worth 83 to 8350 at 8108- Mcnb fine shoes vici kid box calf worth 83 350 tHnll at 108 Ladies heavy winter shoes worth 125 lfiO nt 08c Ladies worth 175 and 2 nt 125 Ladies fine shoes worth 250 and 3at 2 Ladies fine shoes worth lfiO at lOc Childrens shoes sizes 8 to 12 winter weights worth 125 at The Gents Furnishing i Goods 250 dozen Mens Heavy IlccceLiucd Underwear worth 50c and 75c a garment in this sale go at 35c Mens fine shirts worth 50 and 75c at 40 liens Hosiery black and tan worth 15c for 7Jc Mens Handkerchiefs 2 for 5o Mens Neckwear worth 50 and 76o nil go nt 20c Trunks and Valises nt your own price Moiia Gloves from 20c on up Remember the time is short Dont wait too long us the goods are go ing fast Come before tho goods taro all gone Itonietnbor tho place The New York Store next door to tho Lincoln County National Hank Stanford Ky II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J D Paxton L D Owsley B II Shanks WO Walker Goo W Garter v Successors to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years W- eSOLiCITYOUR BANK- ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was originally established u the Deposit flank of Stanford in IUI then reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford In 18S1 and again reorganUed as the First National Ilatk of Stanford In lass having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 13 yean It ls better supplied noW with facllltiel for transact tog business promptly and well than nor before In la long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers 8 H SHANKS 1resldent J D OWSLEY Cashier W M Hilt OUT Asst a Officers J 8 HOOKER Prest J J itcOODEHTS Chr W WEAKEN Bk- prDlreotorsr I F Reid lUnTllle T Harris Stanford J Hockcr Stanford W P Walton Leitngton J II Collier Crab Orchard U U Elmore Stanford 811 Itauchman Stanford T Hill Stanford lIubblJW P Tate Stanford XMAS I Novelties Remember our Specialty DOLLS kinds and PRICES AllICraig Hocker STANFORD f I CARSON PENCE DEALERS L t Carriages Buggies Phae V 1 Wagons Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes MY Annual display of Holiday Goods is opened and really to bo DIS POSED of Come runt see be fore making your purchases W B McRobertsStanford Cashart tons