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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 2319029 A M NO 83ifCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit CourtIW T Stephonson Admr Plaintiff v W T Stephenson II n and Devisees Deft vlrtuo of a judgment and order of sale of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the November term thfroof 1005 to the offer for 8taDrOrdlKy dlllupaofollowing property to Lout and lot In Crab bounded on North sod East by tbn lands of John nacho ansna lire South by property of Mr net IDlnlfaboulacres on Cemetery Street In Crab Orchard bounded worth by Cemetery Street Enit by the land of Mn Laura Moore South by the land of J W Onset and West by the laud of Mlddleton Ird A tract ot about poorhouseCharlie Carson East by the Someraet road West by the laud of John Turnbull Bouth by the poorlious farm 4th A tract of about el H acre of knob land bounded on the North by the land ot Jooph Welch on the Kait the lands of W Gust on the Booth by the laud of Mat Illanton and West by the land of Jmte Taylor The tour tract will be told lor the In part of paying the debt ot the decedent for the dllilon of the proceeds amongst those entitled thereto after cost of this suit and cats of administration are settled For the purchase price the pur chaser with approved lIeurlt or pcorl ties must en oute earlofleltal In f tenet tram the day of and having the force effort of a judgment promptly0 Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court W U Plate stiff vsJ M Cham EquityIlv oNler of tale ot the Lincoln Ulreult Court rendered at the November term thereof 1WS In the above cause for the sum of JIM with terest at the rate or bier cent per annum from the 19th day of IMS uctll paid and hla oat herein I shall proceed to offer for aale at the courthouse door In Stan ford to the highest bidder at public outcry on Monday Jan 12 IWi at oclock tberealwut being county court day on a credit orals months the following ilrxrllMx property to wilt BltuatK near Klngsvllle county Ky In two tracts lit Hounded Hi as beginning at Bono near the dwelling on said mov lags 3SV03poletoastonelnWTMur pbyi old line with same 7 to a stone In ash llao and thence to Jesse Wright thence his line N W 71 pole to a stone en South lldn of road thence wltb center of sold road 8 M K 40 poles to a stone thence W 13 pole to the beginning containing lx acre god Bounded thus beginning In center of the county road FAit ot and near the dwelling f on Ont tract at a tone 8 2 W 14 palM e link to a stone la line of W T Murphy thence with his lint 17 N It poe9ltnks to a stone corner to Ont tract tbcnce 819 E Upole 11 link to a lion corner to IIn tract thence NSW 10 pole with said line to the centre of county road thence N 83 E 8 pole and t link to the beltlolag contalning e acre 2 rood andO pales or land or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with ap proved security or secnrltlr must execute bond boaringlegal interest trout the day or tale until and having the force and effect of a judgment Hidden will bo pre pared to promptly with these terms R 0 WAUUEN Commise- lonerCommissioners Sale Uacoln circuit court Jirore AJjmtc Puintiff vs Simeon Dowcll 3 EquityUy nt J orjtr of sae of tht I Uocoln circuit watt rtnJtrtJ at the November Urn uwrtof QII In tht attire cause shah procttJ deer for sale st ths cowl hout door In bunfof la th hlgrtdt bUJtr lit ruNic outcry on MONDAY JANUARY nTH too At tl octixk A MOT UwrMbout ctlntttunty court t y upon a smelt of 6 ant n mosths the Ihrt tracts of tact huelnanet described Rnt a 04 acre Uacl rticnttd k him T U Alans eth Jiy of Junt I atawhn oak comror thetractp teetelbyssUAtomsNesEspdtoA gar trust rte mouth oil ahere It inters fork thence N e6 1 I 1s pees to a tut down whit oak and fallen Ich male 4nler thence N6u 14 1Vt e6 rotes pass 14 pohs to tht left of a whit NIc ant rum corner of a surrey maJ by IGt anlIxnet him to JIIIU Atoms lit all t t Isbncnow Jo1011 thllm thenc hls lln S t W nrotes to ii ttwttnut stump sprout nark msJ a pointer Sit ft W H roilS to e surer tree In a bottoa net loot of a bill thenc corner of Uibney Gooch ands tome of tb alort uU scr patent thence with lie of the tic acre tecluling a lap on It by the ami N 6g l s E t4 poles to s JoIrw oafs these N E il okstoaahlteoakthnc Ngt E tl poles to IIIe containing g 14 mltingtgine1na comer of aIJ punt and Caner of Dabney- Gooch theece his line J9 V 6q pours to a down beech near th foot ol the hilt thence S 6t its W 41 s to lestoamaple near th fool of a hill thence N L to poles to a beech thence 66 B t roles to a whit oak oo th Eatl bankr Glue Fork thence N t6 E croMlnc said creek i poke to a sugar s tear the tool of a hill Gooch1 a corner also comer to the 94 acre tract above thence with same N ppoolesto mthlyask thenci Nt tIIeDctM4 to a I lug white oak corner of the 94 liarlne sam S E 46 poles to a beech thence S st ee roIel to a mulberry thence S e4 1 s6 rollllO a down pin oil In upper sal of a small bottom field thence S i W at t roilS pass a tree comer W Denny In all polls to a staktm his Ilne salt to be also corner of Caldwell thence N So W tjo to ttu beginning contalnng ID 1510 acrev jrd tract begins at an oak post ant fallen doubt Hac oak the beginning corner of said patent and also Rogers corner near his spring house thence N with Roger line loj ro 1110 two whit oaks hence N II W 61 roles to a a fallen hickory In a held thence N 6 E a ia roles to a rum thence Wacorner thence his line S E4t poles to a black oak and a post oak corner also to r Reynolds tin thence his line St Pa E rq poles to apoetak tin and fallen forked black oak comer to Reynolds and Wheeler thence with Wheelers line N 6 i a it poles to the be containing 910 acres Th lands 4 being incapable of division tile sale Is lor 1M pos of dividing tM proceeds amongst tIIolf entitled thereto each tract to be sold separately TtRlsFor the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must ecate bond In Instaliments haring legal Interlll from the sale until and Saving the force and daTof When will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms R G WARREN Comr FOR SALE I A splendid storeroom residence I In sec ODd awry stock of general mar ch6ndl o also a well arranged coal excellent trade established 14 years 81 trade In ihlngle slake and poet An man wbo will come and Inspect It de ilrout of buying I can trade with This sale mutt bo made by Jan ht as my soul and sonsinlaw have engaged In other basUes It I have to hire a man to run It Jail It will not th r Ad ItI1J N KINO Merelaad4Ky- ti ti NEWS NOTESITen lochel of snow fell In Now Mex- Ico Dr Mapnlen president of St Mary Seminary Is dead R 0 Wbaync who eulclded In Lou Isvlllo carried 1390000 Insurance Eight hundred sacks of mall bnrncd i railroadIBath county farmer was killed In runaway Cherokee DIIlI Smith a notorious desperado was captured by a posio Colorado 10I Doeea M Koowltoo former tiny General of Manacbuiotti li dead of apoplexy Harry Catlett lulcldcd In Anderson county by taking Paris green end cut ting nil tbroat- PODDlylunla capitalists have bought 25000 acre of coal and timber land In Rockcaitlo and Jackson counties Edward II Rogers ono of the moat export telegraphers In the United State Is dead at San Antonio Texas Trainmen la the employ of the Lou isville S Naihvlllo Railroad Company have given the company until January 15 to decide whether the scale of wages shell be Increased At Henderson Prof 0 A Hayes has sued F Daae owner of the Hotel Hen derson for t2S8CO damtg t the suit growing out of Hayes arrest several months ago on tbo charge of setting lira to the hotel Tbo funeral of Mr Julia Dent Grant took place In Washington Saturday The services wore attended by Presi dent Roosevelt and many prominent odlelals At the close tbo body was taken to New York In St Lout a verdict of guilty was returned In the cases of Sheridan Don ny Gutlco Uersch and Albright mom bars ot tho House of Delegates on the charge of bribery Their punishment was fixed at five years each Burgln citizens have filed a com plaint with tbo State Railroad Commit sloe against tbo proposed extension of tho Southern railway to Danville They claim It will parallel the line of the Cincinnati Southern a noncompot log road At the banquet of the Now York Stato Danker Association Controller of the Treasury Rtdgely delivered an morescurrency system terized the act of 1882 as a hindrance that should bo sane quay with Wheeler Campbell a Paducab attorney his been Indicted on the charge of obstructing public justice Mr Campbells alleged offenso was defying a Constable to arrest a client who bad been held to the grand Jury by a Meg istrate without the formality of an ox amlnlng trial Judge Speer of Georgia said in a speech before the Buffalo Independent Club that the reduction of Southern representation In Congress would en danger the welfare of tbo State affect tocd and that no good came from legisla Lion that would arouse the hostility o a resolute people Masked robbers attempted to loot the White River flank at Loogoolee Ind Saturday morning Two citizens re lilted them and ono robber and ono citizen was wounded It was a busy day for bandits reports showing lev- oral similar raids In Iowa Indian Ter ritory and other places The oHlctals of the Reading railroad the largest producer of anthracite coal say that there Is absolutely no pros pact that the supply of hard coal will be any greater during tbo winter The present price will rule for nearly a year Washington physicians attrib ute an epidemic of grip and pneumonia to the lack of fuel In that city The list of casualties from the wreck at Byron CaLI Includes 12 dead and 20 or more Injured The wreck occurred Saturday night The Stockton express ran Into the rear end of the Los Ange Ice Owl train smashing the last car to bits Many of the dead wore so badly mangled that hours elapsed before they woro Identified The Owl trains flagman signaled the express at the proper point The flagman on the express stated that the brakes were Im mediately applied but they failed to work as quick as usual While childrens hearts with gladness glow At happy Christmas time And elders eager Intrest show Ai when In early prime No all the sweats for these are sent On that thriceblessed day King Cupid In the merriment Wltb Santa Claus holds sway Welch Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with onffor a lame back and for pains In the side asIa o muscular and rncumatte palace For sale by Craig Heekr Stanford MATRIMONIAL Wm H Goode and Mite Eva Harps will be married at the brides homo tOlDorrowIetta mado ono at Oliver Tombs on the 25th John D Harmon a business man of Perryvllle and Mlsi Pearl Naylor of Marion eloped to Jelllco where they marriedI 22 married Mrs MercerIcountyventure matrimony though she Ii oldIand Miss Sallie Bot tom Dlckersoo and Mils Mary Bottom were married at Perryvlllo by the Rev J C Gilliam The brides are sisters License was Issued yesterday to Mr W S Huffman to marry Miss Pearl Rose alto of Hustonvllle They will be married at Danville tomorrow Both are very popular young people with friends galore who wish them long lives Oiled with happiness On being told that Injuries she bad sustained by a fall would Provo fatal Mrs Ida Thutge of Petersburg Ky asked that her daughter Doty and Mr Warren flurries bo married In her presence Tbo ceremony was perform ed at the dying mothers bedside Mite Ethl McOufTey the handsome and attractive daughter of Deputy Sheriff James M McGulTev of Highland and Mr Emil Greenburg of that vicinity were married at the residence of Rev L M Cook by that gentleman Sunday morning at 10 oclock Mr Groeiburg Is an Industrious young farmer and we feel sure will make an excellent husband wbllo the lady be has won will prove worthy of his confi deuce lovo and esteem- CHURCMATTERS Tho now parsonage at Montlcello will be completed next month The College of the Bible will bavo a 150000 endowed McUarvoy chair In the put 14 years the Christian church Extension Society has aided In building 601 churches The flaptlste of Preacberville have changed their preaching tlmo to the first and third Sunday in each month The members of the Presbyterian church presented Rev S M Logan a very substantial Christmas present ISO In cash on the ove of his departure for Wllmoro Mlddlesboro News Roy A J Pike who was bere yet terday told us that bo bad served lathe capeclty of pastor for the Gllcad Baptist church Madison conntv for 13 pears and bad been recalled unanlmout ly for another year and Installed Bro Plko Is a faithful servant of the Lord and an excellent preacher Rev E M Mills Corresponding Secretary of the Methodist Episcopal Thank Offering Fund cape that overy dollar of the 120000000 called for cashfa dollars for educational purposes has been received within 45 days KINGSVILLE The stores aro already having a One Christmas trade Born on the 17th to the wife of Cic ero Murphy a girl Tho railroad company will soon have completed their lake near tbo trestle whore they have a water tank Mrs Dan Hester continues very 111 Miss Fannie Dunn Is lick Felix Twld well the popular traveling salesman of Danville was hero Friday Eld Burry arrived Wednesday and Is holding services at the Christian church each evening Eld Jones Is ex pected to be hero an4 preach Sunday morningMrs Carey will leavo In a few days for a protracted visit to heron at Lebanon Junction Wallace Walter was over from Stanford Sun day the guest of his brother Tueco Waters Is at homo from Indian Torrl tory Letters like the following are calcu lated to make the burdens of a news paper man grow lighter I herewith hand you money order for U on sub scription to INTERIOR JOURNAL I will not say I can not do without the JOURNAL for I suppose I could If I had to but I would dislike very much to have to do so 1 never hear from homo except through the JOURNAL Hence Ita semiweekly vIsits are like letters from homo and then Its politics are all right I hope Judge Saufley will bo your judge again Wishing you success and you and all my old friends a merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous Now Year I am- Yours truly M G CASK Petersburg Texas A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a tree sam pie of ChamborlalnalBtomach and Liter Tablets to any one wanting a rellaUo remedy for disorders of the stomach bil iousness or constipation This Is a new remedy and a good one Oralg A Hocker j f- LANCASTER Monday was county court day The Garrard graded school closes have been five accessions to ohurcbI tree will The ladles exchange made 812 50 on their sales Saturday afternoon It Is rumored Dr H G Sandlin will move to Richmond Instead of going WestThe Ross Bros of this county have prized and shipped their large crop of Lick creek was on a greater rampage last week than It has been for 12 years Master Lucian Grant was one of the winners In the doll contest of the Cour ier Journal The Christian Sunday School will hold their Christmas celebration Wednesday afternoon The young men are preparing for a bop during the holidays with Saxtone band as musicians The Baptist Sunday School will have a Xmas ladder at the church Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock Go see the Xmas decorations at J C Thompson Lancaster the finest dis play and the prettiest store in tbo State Mr Fred Kemper who sold his now residence to Mr Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard has rented Mrs Ella Bettls cottage on Danville street Tbo Presbyterian Sunday School will have their Christmas tree Wed prayermeetingbeginning service Tom Palmer bought of Fox Turner of the Bourno locality bis crop of to bacco at 5 and Sic Curtis Bros sold SimmoosJ C Thompson Lancaster has the handsomest line of Xmas goods In Cen tral Kentucky Sterling sliver cut glass and art goods Imported marble statuary etc a Miss Ida Pearce of Teatersvllle and Oscar Ray of the same vicinity were married at the brides homo Rev J E Woolford officiating The young lady Is a niece of exMarshal Jim Pearce Eld Meldrum who for two years or more has been pastor of the church at Stone has resigned preparatory to taking a trip around the world He gOnofourEvangelist Hopkins and his choir of sweet singers will be bere this week and a Sunday School Teachers Insti tute will ho held at tho Christian church to which the public are cordi ally Invited The Billy Wcit Minstrels aro ad vertised to glvo their excellent show on Christmas evening There will be many Interesting features and attract lone and a noyelty In the way of the youngest comedian yet beforo the toot lights Master John G Klnnalrd The town of Burgin has Instituted suit against the Louisville Southern Railway Company for proposed breach of promise With these proceedings and Gov Bradleys espousal of the Garrard route It teems that the chance for Lancaster having a through trunk line Is not yet a lost cause A musical contest will be held at the court house on Monday evening Dec JOlh at which 120 will be awarded to the best piano soloist Under 18 years ol ago 15 In gold will also be awarded to the best ragtime performer no lim it as to age and the number of con testants not to exceed soven Names of those who wish to compete should be sent In at once Mr Henley Bastln Is at homo from Perdue University LaFayette Ind Misses Helen and Martha Gill return ed from Glendale Ohio Mr Percy Noland and family left Saturday for Spokane Wash Misses Ethel West and Lena Rlgnoy have returned from school at Lexington Miss Norma El moro Is visiting In Richmond Mrs Wm Burnet U visiting In Snelbyvllle Miss Margaret Tomllnson Is visiting Mrs A H Rice of Naahylllo Mrs James I Hamilton has joined her hue band In Memphis Mrs M E Wilson has gono to Mississippi Miss Emma Washburn leaves tonlght for her homo In Louisville Misses Cora Ward and Marie Joseph are at home for the boll days from Bristol Tenn Miss Willie Belle Burnsldo returned Thursday night from the Cincinnati Conservato ry of Music H W Batson of Louis ville will spend Christmas hero at his oli home Miss Mist Margaret Miller of Richmond and Mrs Ed Price of this vicinity bavo been visiting in Stanford Mrs flanks Hudson and little daughter Porter Scott will spend Christmas In Lexington Mr H Sullivan will spend Xmas near Cincin nati fatallylbadly insured In a trolley car accident In New York i Buy Him Celling Useful FOR CHRISTMAS We have lots of nice things men use and would like for gifts Silk Handkerchiefs r Neckwear Suit Cases r Fancy Vests- Suspenders Gloves Mufflers Umbrellas Sweaters Smoking Jackets t Besides Our Regular Lines of Clothing Shoes and Hats IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied t T D niiLLBB Danville KB To Our Patrons GREETING How about your Christmas Shopping V Christmas bells will soon ring merrily have yon 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 DIAMONDS SuFINE WATCHES JEWELRY SILVERWARE- NOVELTIES Has much to recommend it It is the best we have ever shown and you know what we have lone in the past 4 There is Wisdomt In buying this class of goods from reputable jewelers then you know how easily reachable our prices always arec Murray Be McAdams JEWELERS And OPTICIANS Danville Kentucky F R XMAS We have a large stock of the latest styles in Lamps nUllat ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Our stockof Chamber sets Dinner sets Salads Chop Dishes BtSs B l plates A D Coffees and fancy pieces in j China will please you Wo hAve an im f lucuso stock of all kinds of Candies Nuts Fruits ilc Lots of toys for the Chil drcn3LSend us your ORDER or comp to see us Good fire nil the ti erphone 10 i McKinneyM STANFORD KENTUCKY t f t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E C WALTON H H HENNINGER I Oi Wayne County a candidate for State Tnu uir subject to the action of the Democratic piny F NORTH the Democratic nomination for iMLincoln county subject to the ae M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentatlve of Lincoln County subject to the action of j the party fTnE Danvlllo News gets mad wltb we complimented the splendid account the Advocate gave of tbe contention and In Its anger says tbe INTERIOR JOURNALS support would defeat any cacdldato The astute edl tor of the Harding Boomer also Inmates that our politics are not strait The latter charge Is so silly that will not take the space to deny It Mr Llllard knows as well as the rest of our acquaintances what kind of a democrat we arc The first assertion may possibly be true but we do not believe It Of course we do not feel our keeping and Influence like the Jrcat r editor of the News who nom Hated floe Robert Harding lonl before the convention came off but we think this paper like all others bas a certain amount of Influence and wben that Influence IP used In the right wa- It can help rather than damn a cans We claim very little If any credit for the nominations of Judge M C Sau ley and Hon J S Owstoy Jr ale though we did alt In our power In tbelr Interest and our favorites got there The candidate that Mr Llllard tore his nether garments for was the only one before the convention who failed to get a nomination However we do not charge that the News handicapper Mr Harding but that that gentletna carried weight as horsemen say no f lookeron at the race will deny It Is 1readily apparent that Mr Llllurd Is i sore very sore over the result of tbe f convention and we would advise him to cool off a little before bo again make statements about this paper and Its editor which he well knows he can DOt substantiate CONGRESS Ie agalncoDslderlng a COD etltutional amendment changing Inaug uratlon day from March 4 to a day la ter In the spring In 1001 a national committee was appointed to formulate a plan to this end On this committee are the governors of the 45 States and of all the territories besides 15 citIzens of the District of Columbia All of the members of this grand committee an supposed to favor a change the only difference among them being the day to be chosen The last Monday In April seems to be preferred This Is favored because It la late In the spring whet the outdoor ceremonies will not be marred by cold weather snow or sleet A day of the week Is named because such an arrangement will save the em barraisment now sometimes felt when the day of the month falls on Sunday BY the most Illogical of laws a man may be punished In the State of New 4York for attempting suicide If bet succeeds he Is beyond the jurisdiction of the New York courts In no other of fense Is the attempt to commit punisha ble while the commission Is not The law does not even have a deterrent fluence because a person who attempts suicide confidently expects to succeed and Is not Influenced by reflecting on what would be done to him In the h event of failure A BILL has been Introduced In the Virginia Senate to abolish the ancient and filthy custom of kissing the Bible upon the administration of oaths which still prevails In the old Dominion We have seen the greasy dirty book do service for all classes from the high toned lady to the lowest Negro and have often wondered that a custom so useless and so filthy should have remained so long In vogue The present 4leglelature should wipe It out forever THE Philadelphia North American has rendered a service to decent Jour nalism by Instituting a prosecution against a fake correspondent Though no great degree of success has yet crowned its efforts Its course may well serve as a warning to a cliws of often ders who have enjoyed Immunity too long This Is a splendid move and will likely put a stop to some of the silly and false dispatches that are being sent to the dallies CIIEEIUNCJ news comes from the big packing houses at Kansas City to the effect that the price of meat Is from 3 to 5 cents per pound lower than at the same time last year with a strong prob abUllty of s further decline Supply now equals demand and an enormous corn crop affords assurance of beef and pork of a superior quality at fair prlo es CHRISTMAS the gladdest season of the year ii almost at hand Wo hope each and ovary one of our readers will spend the Yuletide eojoyably and be r ready to start in the new year with good resolutions made with the Inten J tion of keeping them i r LAius GEN FiTzncun LEE In a Ipeech made In New York City said that he believed some of the young Spanish of fleers left In the Havana arsenal by Gen Weyler blew up the Maine Tbol his opinion has something to recom mend It the fate of the Maine will reo maIn In doubt until the true story Is told by some one In Spain and It Is not likely that It will ever be told HATS off to the Lexington Democrat It sent out a 20 page paper Sunday as chuck fall of news as an egg la or meat Bv the way Mr Walton Is making this already good paper better all the time TUB Legislature of Virginia bas passed a bill appropriating 3000 for tho purpose of defending the now con stltutlon against the recent suits wbleb have been brought against It POLITICAL Jadgo Guffv days he will be a caDdl date for the Legislature- J J C Bond wants to represent Mercer in the Legislature again The drys won by a majority of 6S In the election held at Barbourvll Friday Caps J W McCain defeated Eugene Canby for representative In the TrIm ble county democratic primary Satu dayGov Beckham has Issued an addre8s to the democrats of Kentucky formal announcing his candidacy for rcelc tlonThe bill reducing the duty on 1m portatlons from the Philippines from 75 to 25 per cent of the Dlngley rate passed the House A bill has been Introduced In Con Teas to open for settlement 50501 acres of land in the Kiowa Comanche and Apache Indian reservations Tile democrats of the Missouri coi resulonal delegation probably wilt present the name of the Hon Cham ClArk for the party nomination for Speaker of the next Congress When questioned as to the probabil- Ity of his making the race for the reo publican nomination for governor nudge Guffy said Well they tough no in my recent race on account of my RJZe I suppose as they think I am too old to be a judge of the court of appeal hey would think me too old to mak tbe governorship race The contest for the seat In the Sen ate held by Mr Teller of Colorado promIses to be sharp On the face of- the returns the republicans have a ma irity of one on joint ballot In the Leg- Islature The results of election con tests make It possible for the politics complexion of the Legislature to be al- tred In several ways Senator Telle will receive the solid democratic vote The louse committee on Internal Commerce reported favorably the bll- rovldlng for a department of commerce A number of existing bureaus sucb as those of Labor Census aDd reasurv Department statistics are rouped under the new department In Edition to the three new and Irapor tat departments of Insurance manu ictures and corporations The House ommlttee on banking and currency made a favorable report on the curren oy bill Wo note that our young friend J M Alverson of Stanford has announced his candidacy for the demo cratlc nomination for Representative of Lincoln county In the Legislature Mr Alverson Is a dyed inthewool democrat of the 100proof kind and a fearless and valiant worker for the- party who has bared his breast to many political storms A fine newspaper man ho is a born politician and If elected will be a credit to Lie coIns splendid and fighting democra fShelbyvillo Sentinel THIS AND THAT Fire In the business section of Knox vllle caused a loss of nearly half a million dollars A deficit of 140009 In the Lexington city treasury will necessitate an Increased tax rate next year Milt Jones was shot and mortally ounded by his brotberln law James ennlngton In Bell county Nearly 0000 Boers are preparing to emIgrate to the United States They will settle In Colorado New Mexico aDd Texas- Mr Wooldridge who bought a por- tIon of J M Carters farm near More land sold It to a Mrs Chrisman of Wayne at tCO Horace L Hotchklss who was Jay Goulds broker has sold his seat on tbe- New York Stock Exchange after a career of 45 years in Wall street One man was killed another fatally wounded and a third shot in the leg In a fight at a dance In Beaumont Tex- The dead man was City Street Commls sloner UNDER a good picture of Mr W Burcb of this place the Advocate says Mr Burch Is a graduate of Centre College of the class of 02 and le YOUDg lawyer of marked ability and of high rank In his native town As a irllamentarlan bo Is skilled and loR- lcal and his rulings In the convention at Danville last week mark him as a fearleu and unswerving executive One ruling on the seating of the Garrard county delegation headed by Mr Wood was criticised at the time- but was afterward sustained by a vote of the entire Mercer county delegation wblcb was composed throughout of rltamenUrlana having but few equals Kentucky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mr B M Arnett Is dead at Niche lasvllle Mrs Jeff Hafoly aged 70 Is dead In the West End- Smsllpox has broken out at Davli town six miles from Lancaster Charles Hall has been appointed postmaster at Colo Pulaski county T S Eastland sold to Goldbeck of Texas a fine team of Red Leaf mart for 12500 Advocate L J Scott has leased 12000 acre land In Rockcasllo for the Southon Pennsylvania 011 Co Joseph Petry fell under the wheel of an L N train at CorbIn and hIs feet were so badly crushod that ampu tulon was necessary N C Doyle has assumed the man agementot the New Gibber iota Danville He was formerly proprietor of the Rockcaatle Springs Hotel Arthur Young aged 12 Horton White 11 and Thomas Owens 10 wore pat In jail at Danville charged with robbing Mrs W J Gorman home near Wllsonvllle Thomas C Prewltt a prominent cit- Izen of Perryvlllo died suddenly Sat urday morning Ho was a brother ol Judge and Mr D N Prewltt of Boyle and was a fine old entlamaDICapt J M Thomas wag nate of Clark county will give a prep eat Christmas day to every child under 14 years of ago In the town of Ford where his principal milling plant is lo catedThe board of trustees of the Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute purchas ed the three houses of S H Martin located In the western part of town which will be converted Into a dormi tory Price paid 1000 Signal A Danville special says A movement la on foot to construct pipe lines from the White Oak Natural Gas Wells in Estlll county to Danville and other cen tral Kentucky towns to be used for lighting purposes and for propelling machinery Fourteen distilleries will raise steam In Anderson county the first week in January and convert 7000 bushels cf grain a day Into 33000 gallons of Old Vnderson County Straight No wonder It Is so happy over the outlook for 1003 Harrodsburg Democrat The Mlddlesboro News asks this per bent question Why not give tbo people of the United States credit for lonating a million to Chicago Unlver slty Instead of saying John D Rocke eller did It He simply puts the price of oil up a cent and a million goes to the above Institution NoTICeStock ldorlthe Beavj er Creek 011 Gas Co are requested to mall their certificates to S M Ow enl Hustonvllle Ky at once He rill Issue two shares for each share now hold by the stockholders and mall Certificates Immediately NOTICE desire to swap my store room and brick residence of 12 rooms In Hustonvllle for a farm Will put my roperty In at a bargain James Frye ustonvlllo Ky TilE shooting of fire crackers has beI gun In earnes- tiTANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 29rlng 3cJNO CHRISTMAN Stanford FARM FOR SALEI I desire to tell my farm of 100 acres bend on Knob JlcU K mile ot Knob Lick Station It Ii all No farming land n arIIy halt of which Is In cultivation the re alnder in HluoOras Ha on It a good bitantlal dwelling good barn and other ithouici Well watered by cistern spring and pond Those desirIng to buy a small lalm do well to see my place- S W GIVENS Stanford Ky C CARPENTER Grand Leader For Your Xmas Purchases This week wo must reduce our largo stock of Fur Collarettes To do this in n HURRY wo have marked down every piece to COST and somo BELO V as wo will not carry one over L1 300 Collarettes Marked to 198ft 400u 248 500r5 51 11 349 600 II 425 550 1OOO I 11 698 1200I 1 725 1500I u S 898 11 Dont fail to sec the above BARGAINS this week We have on solo thousands of Ladies and Mens Silk Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs Mufflers Neckwear Shirts Collars Culls Jewelry Novelties in Jewelry Fine Umbrellas FullDress Shirts and Vests Shoes Clothing Dry Goods CC Come to us for your WANTS Ono TRICE the LO WEST to ALL Your money back for the asking THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props Se B LEVYMonacor Estray Steer A 1000 pound black steer came to my place a month ago Owner can get him bl paying for this notice and his keep WM DECK Stanford Ky No1 Small Farm For Sale Per uie on easy ttta a small Lincoln counb farm ofo acres Jaining Gto W Frye Mrs Man Carrcnter and olhm Imrtoeemente good Sroo dwelNn Ice Muse meal housa well anl11 house rood ceilaror milk wed fruit house chicken house house coil ant wood MuM He stable crib urge stock turn tare tobacco turn guol ant house two rood orchards and all kinds of fruit fine spring Anyone shIRr to secure a hie link home ww find this a barealn at Jstoo Call on F P COMIICST Phil Casey Co Ky PUBLIC SALE I County court Jay Jan ti tool I as agent lor tM R win sell to the highest and Lest tidier MONDAY JANUARY A house and fiv acres of land on HustonvHI Nke This property Joint the DYaato Cemetery close to graded school church etc All the land Is In guol garden and the house has ste kn rooms kitch en cellar etc All In goof repair Is a slra tie home and only onehall mll from town Tern of onethird cash talance In six and la months leln retained on plate for balance purchase money terest 6 per cent Any one desiring to see the place can call ca J II Wren on the premises or the under Hcned J MENEFEE Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court W L McCarty PLslnuJ Hughes cn Deftndaat qully- Dy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the circuit court renJelat the November term thereof 190 in the alive cause for the sun of JIM credited by fit Feb u tool Sit paid Feb if toot anl6 pull April it and for the sum of hoot subject to the following credits Ji9 pall April tqua and the furthet sum of Jjoo credited by lr0 ptVd April ton all with Interest al the rate of t per cent per annum from the 11th day of August sqoo until paid and his costs herein Shill proceed to for ute at the courthouse door In Stanford to the highest bidder at public outcry on MONDAY JANUARY it tooj At ii oclock A or thereabout being c unty court day upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit Situated In Lincoln County Ky on the waters of Fishing Creek containing uS acres and bounded thus t at the Southwest corner of 4 tract of land belongtngformerly to Con rad Routen thence S 10 W poles to a oaks S so w IIjoles to a forked ae W si poles 70 poles to a chestnut and dog woolN j W MI poles ta a white maple and dog wood If E 140 to the beginning contalalng US acres TermsFor the price the chaser with approved security or securities must tecute bond bearing Interest from the day of sale until and having the force and effect ot a judgment Bidders will be prepared to prompt with these ternu C WARREN Commissioner YOU 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 L v Stanford Ky Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Eye Specialist will bo at tho VRADATuesday and Wednesday January 13 and 14 An Eyo Point M want perfect vision you should have your RYES examined often A slight defect promptly attended la will insure perfect EYES for the rest ot days I will examine EYES overcome tbo defects and assure you most satisfactory results Office hour 0 A M to 4 P u 1 REMEMBER The 800II aOTELr T THE I 1 Spirit of Xmas should stir the giflbuyinK desire and prompt nn early visit to our stow There is n well selected stock of WATCH ES CHAINS AND CLOCKS beautiful piece in SIIJmoxqullilo pieces of JEWELIIY such ns nilOACIIKS RINGS ETC ETC W H MUELLER Stanford Ky AMPLE CHOICE All with to give at Holiday Time It It what to give that causes trouble wed worry This difficulty will be lessened when you have before you M ample and varied a stock as oars We worried a little for you ago when we were making our HOLIDAY atleclioni and tho thought then given will make It easy for you lo choose mODthllnow Our experience in Holiday Buying Is such that we can tell pretty well in advance what goods are golug to be mott widely lought Wo have many nrw things this year f and many new styles of old things that possess all the elements of reffect gifts Come and tee whcthir wo can not at onco solve all your hole Iday problems Pennys Drug Store AT jKy The Charles Wheeler Emporium IIUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY a IIEADQUARTERS mnkc 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 moderate prices Yours for fair ex change asrt tss staraossrraa aa hrs r I Santa Claus I I IKllIgnlllc t this immense stock It contains plenty for all both large and small One of the I GRANDESTI 4 I Stores In Old Kentucky chuck full from top to lie carries everything and you can make no trading at this house No rent or high city tax bottomI 1Heis up to his profession and knows how to buy sell Go and tee this great stock tlalassa swsnanls rahsrll trt a a J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Dc 23 190 In filling your prescriptions wo uso proportions kipricecyi Druz Store PERSONALS 0 C CARSON is up from Liberty REV BEN HELM of Louisville hero with friends Miss MARY HUNDLEY U up from St Marys for Xmas t Miss KULAII TOTTBN Is at homo from College at Loretto r4 J H FAHRIB and Joiso F Cook came over from Lexington Friday Mns J S OWSLEY Jit sev attoralTKUEHBART UOURNB Is at home from ILdllP poll for the holidays yMns W U DILLION and W DOII of Livingston were hero Satur day MRS J A DKAZLEY and children of Lancaster spout Sunday with relatives hero LEE HILL who Is attending a dental college In LouIsylHo Is at nomo for Xmas CEO D FLORENCE Is at homo from Georgetown College awaiting Santa Claus D D HOLTOCLAW of the Rut End U rejoicing over tho arrival of a boy at his homo visitinIg parent In Paint Llok Miss POLLIE DASTIN Is at the bod lido of her aunt Mrs A D Baitln at Crab Orchard MISSES SUSAN AND MARY VANARS DALE of Hamilton College are with the boroofolks MRS ANNIE LASLEY has moved Into t part of Mrs Mary Bronaughs house un Lower Main Street Miss ETTA BRLLB ROOT who Is at- tendIng school at Chicago came homo to spend Christmas MRS JAMES 0 ELMORE came down from Jclllco to attend the burial of Mr William Hammond MESSRS M E HARPER and W S Huffman of Uustonvlllo were herMyesterday on business Miss PEARL Rorr of Uustonvlllo was hero yesterday the guest of her aunt Mrs O M Ulco MRS S M LOOAN and children of Wllmoro are with her parents Judo and Mrs M O Saufloy Miss NANNIE KENNEDY camo up from Knoxvllle to attend tbo burial of her brother John Kennedy Miss MAUD VARNON won the pre offered by tbo Loulivlllo Post for the best original Christmas story Jons LUTES has rented the Judge Dalley property for next year and will move bis family to It Jan let HENRY AND LEWIS THURMAN of Anderson Ind aro visiting their broth OarrlrdJspend tbo holidays at his home will bo In his ofllco again Jan 1st POSTAL CLERIC CARMAN has rooted owe of M D Elmoros cottages on West Main and will move to It this week MESSRS JR WILSON and M S MoMulllo substantial Casey coup citizens paid this offlco a call Freda MRS DR G D LAWRENCE will leave In a tow days for Texas to spend tbo winter on account of her health Mt Vernon Signal ofjof Louisville are with their parents Mr and Mrs J W Adams MRS ALICE CLOYD and Miss Etta Bella Cloyd bare taken rooms at Rev J W Hoglne Tbey will continuo to board at Miss Florence Truebcarts i MRS Lou SHANKS In visiting eel tlvcs In Sholbyvtllo Miss Hassle Plc ett who has been with Mrs Shan and other relatives returned with b MR GEO S CARPENTER and R have moyed Into tho Ycager Cottage on East Main Street and Mr Thom E Wood and wife will board wl themMESSRS ROIIERT AND LEE RANKIN aro moving up from Wayne Tbo for mar will locate on the Chestnut farm and the latter on one of T C Ranklns farms both near Hubble MRS SALLIE BALLARD who hat it been at Asbevlllo N 0 for her health has returned very much Improved and she and her son Ed have takenjrooms at the Veranda Hotel Miss MARY PHILLIPS gave a pa rtea yesterday afternoon to her niece Miss k Leta May Phillips In honor of her sev oath birthday which was largely at tended and greatly enjoyed by tbo lit tin ones MR AND MRS M O WINFREY en tertained Thursday night atthelr home in the Beatrice In honor of Miss Maud Lcsaenbcrry of Glasgow Q a largo crowd of tho young people w present and spent a most enjoyable eve ning Mlddlcsboro News MESSRS J W DROWN C C Wil llama H L Tate J W Parsons L WlBothurum and E S Albright came down from Mt Vernon to meet the bo dy of Judge G W McClure Judge J W Alcorn joined them here and went to Junction City with them toIpostmaster has smallpox 2le EUGENE ORNDORFF of Livingston mingling with friends hero AlicotoolossD O Goocil of Wayne bur Is vie ng hiSOD J G Goocb on Lowe in ERNEST WARREN ooo of the best operators on the L it N Is at homo to spend Xmas Iivis beenIIIUnhomo Friday fromLcxlnMrs T M Lewis roturnedfrom parentsMiss who has boon Daavlllofe aiMRofMrv beenIsltlnl gcatcrdayRev A J Pun and little daughter Rosa of Brodnead wore on yesterdays train returning from Gllead Madison countyorMarshallDiosrelative la this county returned bome yesterday Miss ELLBN DALLOU and her little YettordaD dMissM Pcnnln ton went over to Lexington yesterday to spend tho holidays wit isle sister Mrs C T Thompson LOCALS WaDDING presents at Mueller TRY Eoglobard coffey Jno Bright S Co + ORANORS 26 to SOa down at T C Willis Sot our lamps before you buy Fs rls S Co HATS at cost from now until Xm isses Straub CHLCiirtATHD ISr00k cbcoeo at Farrls Cos hitVEprBaughtoanCRUSHED OysterShells chickens at Craig d Hookers + BIGGEST line of Holiday wo 0aoFRESH stock of that good coffee wo sell Hlgglns S McKinney COME to us for handkerchiefs mu flers etc Severance J Sons CHILDREN yourletters to Santa Claus care Farris t Co memberIIo of P Jones + OUR cloaks and furs at reduced pe es make a substantial gift 5ovaran Sons sackyi Baugbman Co COME and buy your holiday presents before the stock Is picked over Xm tricks are going rapidly W D M Robert BUY enough of anything you want of us to last several dope sloes our tor will bo light during tho holidays J Oaughman L Co KILLEDWllllam Hammond who usaenkere r adlfocrly worked on this section under Mr gothod pt hardworking and honorable gentleman A wife and three small children survive The remains were brought hero Sunday and laid to roll In Buffa lo Cemetery after a brief talk at the grave by Rev D J Ross PENDLETON Mrs Geoago F Pen dleton died at about 6 oclock Saturday afternoon after a long Illness of brain fever A husband and a son of four and daughter of five era loll to feol keenly tho loss of an affectionate wife and lov log and Indulgent mother Mrs P dleton was unconscious a good part of her Illness but regained flees two days before the end came was prepared to go hence but wanted to live to raise the little children who will never know a mothers tender doughultspenterebQ will bo mother as well as graatl rnot her to tbo little ones now The burial occurred In Buffalo cemetery yesterday morning alter services by J W motherbrothorl tbolllIoutires sorrow In Mrs Pendletoas death CHRISTMAS presents at Muellers CrW MueiirH ad on our second pogopoALL kInds of e kefor Christ mas at Farrls k Gos niceretc Owe your Xmas presents before the are nil picked offer FArrlet Co nA UOOD manwanlyborrow 83000 atlj percent Apply at this ofllco XMAS candles fruits nuts toys and WitdCOMPLETE liDO of leand testa menu for Christmas at Craig fc Bock ore ordersTry A NICE load of good coal wouldba a good Xmas present J H Baugbman SsUo CANDY from the cheapest to the tin buyFarrllA CHRISTMAS present bought at Jno P Jones will please your wife sister sweetheart A Nicu would make a use presentIMoCIary SilK John P Jone before you buy sploDdidare right EBLU of Winchester Ky will hbest Moreland Dec 21 to remain three days and will bo prepared to do all kinds of dental work Duo LEMON Mies Pollle Bastlo dthe Evvoll section has a lemon of her poundThere rilargeA CARD from non FNorth can hlre reasons for favoring a primary was resolved tewFIVE IN 18 MONTHS Tho arrival of triplets at the homo of Stephen Hall in PulaskI makes five children born to s wife la 18 months she having MayorJuneKENNEDY John Kennedy of cst son of Mr and Mrs E D Kennedy died Friday afternoon from tho effect mumps Although an Invalid for years tbo sickness proceeding death was of only two days duration but his sufferings during that tlmo literalfbegun Mr Kennedy was an Industrious young man of good habit and morals and bo gave promise of making a tic o business man A nervous trouble 6n voloped ibis whole frami just alit reaching isle manhood however and bo was rendered almost helpless His IIustoflvllleto afteeor s ryvlllo the paln racked body was laid to rest by the side of isle two brother Howard Kennedy who died aycar ago and Willie Kennedy who died eom two months later SurelytbisfamliybT had Its share of e0 toucrush them and In their groat sorrow they have the assurance that they weep not alooo LltINOTONLlvingaton always a busy town Is especially so about payday Tho writer was there Friday and be saw more f0 150 and other big bills change heads than bo has eeeo lo a newspaper ofllco ID the last decade In fact bills of the above denomlna tlons were more plentiful than change A merchant remarked when asked change for 15 I can break up a lIDO bill but Ive no silver The L N pay car leaves about 13000 at Llvlng ston monthly and It la good times ii for a day or so after its visits W R Dllllon sold isle big sax mill and hotel the other day to Senator Thomas of Paris for 112000 and will likely raoyo away from Livingston His son Rus sell Dllllon who married In Lincoln will comp down and become an East End farmer T W Mulllns sold hie business bouso and two residences to J W Baker the other day for n ea a sum Real estate Is high ID Llylng eon and there not a vacant house In aumfoeod AourlSeh run day and eight are good tblcgsii for their owners W W Carter now day yard master at Livingston lietand man make a splendid team for the yard tbero The old fiddlers contest set for Thursday night failed to materialize James Mudd and Alex Martin were walIdeclared at present OAKES baked to order at WIIIIIIWE era now experienolng set days of the year LANGDONS black cake from 1 to 10 unds HifglnsMcKInney JerbuholRees s DONT DELAYYou can find suit furyFOR RENT Four rocottego on Lower MaIn Street opposite Baptist parsonage H Helm OUR store will bo open tonight and tomorrow night Como In and your selection G L Carpenter makeI THE members of Capt S M cans company received 127 03 each at the pay off at Lancaster Saturday COME in and talk to us about an air tight heater for your ball Wo can picaea you Hlggins 5 McKlnncy DONT theapron sale given at Mrs J S Ricos by tbo ladlell of tbo Baptist church this afternoon and evening THE now postollice of Albright is on tbo road leading from Crab Orchard to Bee Lick Mrs Uriah Albright will bo postmaster WANTEDI want 500 barrels of corn and car load of Rate to be delivered at Moreland or McKInney George D Wcatberford Hustonvlllc Ky A tore male members of the Baptist church Is scheduled for next Tuesday night 30th It will bo given la Severance Sons old storeroom FOR SALE Eight 00pound sboats 10 thoroughbred White Plymouth Rock IncubatorISbelby Junction City Ky TliE ladles of the Presbyterian church will here an exchange tomor In Severance Sons old store hey earnestly ask all the members to bVDOUR thanks are duo and are hereby ndered to our good friends Prof M D Hughes and Mr Millard Rout for a oleo batch of new subscribers received this morning Tbo I J has almost as many warm friends In Garrard as It basI at home rTIIEktE will be aChristmas tree at Wednesdayd prayereexercisesleUNLESS something of great Impor lyfence transpires wo will not locus FrI oeday Printers like other people need a little rest now and then and we pro polo to take It once a year by skipping omceIII whortheir accounts they will be cheerfully watted on By the way dont let the yourhome Stockholders Meeting 1orTueidayfeuJStockholders Meeting FiratNationaltheir banking house tho second Tuesday In electingdlroctonJOHN J McROUERTB Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the National flank of HuitonTllIo will be held at their banking house la llustonvlllo the second January 1003 between 0 and 13 A for tho purpose of electing dl rectors to servo yearJ Cashier PUBLIC SALE On Saturday Docombor 27 I will sell at toy farm mile south ot Krlpcr postofflce on the county road leading to So pan and Ore miles soutb of Grab Orchard on the Joe Droaghton farm mare 0 old In foal to Jack good work horse t years old 2 good milk cows 0 steers S fat shoat good two issue wagon good gspring wagon set of buggy harness set wa harness now one horse wheat drill noR hay rake 100 bushels corn lot of potatoes differentherhaylargtratack corerIChj room safe good cooking stove heating lotletwo halt barrels of kraut lot shelled Data dishes and other too numerous to mentooIgoodforanother tract of land ot acres adjoining above I also ogee overcoats slightly damaged by fire and waterIao pair of new shoos There will also be a lot of sec ond hand sowing machines Land will be sold on reasonable terms Terms on personal property will be made known on day of aIIOe InvitedIJ P Chandler Auct 3Hats House Slippers HMisfeiiiL I IfindXMAS Presents Come in and SANTACLAUS very glad to show you Cummins S McClary i 4 PRESENTS TO WEAR Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Mufflers Silk Um brellas Silk Garters Silk Sleeve Holders Silk StripedHnlfhosefact our entire stock in one souse is as SMOOTH AS SILK Full to the brim of the choicest things necessary to an UptoDate Mens Furnishing Store In selecting PRESENTS call and see what we have TermsCash H J McRoberts Iii 1 Handkerchief Storeb Ours will be from this date until CHRISTMASg j We have handkerchiefs for and see what f ri mSCt JOct 15c 25c and 48c I Will buy Initial Handkerchiefs lOc All Lin Unlaundered Initial at 15c Silk hnndker J Icn Plain at 25c Pretty Initials ones at 48c Suspenders Belts k Gloves Chatelaine Monte Carlo Chaius Purscsl tiDontforget we have hundreds ofmi s ljj Articles Suitable for CHRISTMAS Presents e eeaesAr 1 Severance Sons New Store 1 w JOHN BRIGHT JR a CO StovesIuecnsware Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement GET YOUR Christmas Whisky and Brandy from J II CARTER Halls 1dap Postoffice Stanford Ivy r NOTICE I READ THIS TWICE The entire stock of the New York Store must be sold by Dec 31 Cost will not be considered The goods must be sold and money must be realized and creditors must be paid All goods left over from Dec 3 I will be sold at auction This is your last ch ance to get Winter Goods at your own price Come early and secure BARGAINS Dry Goodst Calicoes nil grades Simpson and American brands and nil other brands at 4c per yard- Bleached Cotton worth 5 and Gc all go at 4Jc Unbleached Cotton worth 5 G and 7c all go at 4ic Outing Cloth worth 5 and Gc at 4c a yard Sac Outing Cloth at Glo t yard 12io Outing Cloth at 7Jc a yard Dress Linings at 3ic a yard Worsted goods worth 20 and 25c all shades ISAc Red table linen by the yard 15c worth 20 and 25c Shirting cotton at 4ic a yan Towels at Go a pair Bed ticking at 12Jc worth 15 and 20c a yard Straw ticking at 8 Jc a yard Cottonado at 8Jc Denim dress goods worth 12Jc and lac at 8Jc Duck worth 12 and 15c nt 8Jc Light Calicos at 3Jc Yarn Hoods worth 25 and SOc all go at 19c Germantown Yarn worth lOc a hank at 5c Oil cloth Shades worth 20 and 25c at 15c Ribbons and Laces nt your own price Dross Skirts worth 175 S150 8125 go at 75c Ladies Woolen Capes worth 82 to 350 all go nt 75c Ladies plush capes worth 5G to 810 all go nt 325 Ladies Underskirts worth 81 to 3 at75c during this sale I I THE Snltred n the pottoffice at Stanford at r1rtdrltw matterr- a a0ALaladTulayoe dSit v A- xU PER YEAR CASH M WMBOt lopitdmaOO will beehsrisd PARKEJlSI HAIR BALSAM CleiEM and the htlr- PnxnotM a tolurtaot growth Never FMU to Jlrttoro tray swab to Hi youthful Cum imp dknin hair We at DruffljU j w PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a business In both lines and guarantees satisfaction Your patron ago Horseshoeing at SOc All other work In proportion Ju 8 PRICES- urgeonII Dentist Stanford Ky OsTe ot r UcBoberUDrng Stor In thOvler II UoUdlnc R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy over nigging dt McKlnneya Store IIomcl Telephone S 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary to all tho year for the treatment of- surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In adraneo weekly and monthly Profes l sional bllli due when services aro rendered and must epaid promptly Giboney Jeffries Llvory Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Riga specialty High Grade Horses and Multi bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY XXVERY FEED AND SALE TABLE lone and Mules constantly on hand ad for sale at all times W Logan Wood Ma- nagerTralar8 iicy DKALtaS IN WftlskUr Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc KYClotoPronot oaf polite attention Nothing but the txt toddnk Mal phone cr teltjraph o derx recslve lalteIlUo iHustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the north of Main and on cast side of College street in Iluttonvllle Ky constating of hotel and livery stable and lot This Is well ar andelivery stable having on same a nice livery barn G575 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and vacant lot for private residencn If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property Is well arranged for private residence and Is now rented for that It you want good payIng property In lIuswnTlUo call on or address D 8 Carpenter Boston vile Ky To the Coal Consumer t Baying bought out Higgins d SIms the coal deafen we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market prIce for cash Farmers we will take your and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for your money Orden at house phone U or Boone livery stable No Boon Duaavsnt STRIWORD KY That so called cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the premium may cost you a hundred in a lossThat only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied on Jesse D Wearen Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln GarrardDovle and Casey Counties Kentucky J McGJMY+ V+ UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealoar In ABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky is LI Beazle 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers Aiao DIALIM kind of Stock Give them a call Prices right iTANFORD KENTUCKY Clothing Mens Cheviot Suits black and blue worth 85 at 250 Mens heavy Weight Suits worth 85 and 57 all go at 450 Mens 9 and 12 Tailor Mado Suits at 8025 Our 15 and 818 Suits will go during this sale at 8815 Youths Suits three pieces sizes 14 to 19 years at 195 Suits worth S7 nUll 89 nt 8410 Childrens Suits worth 51 and 82 for 90c Boys Knco Pants all sizes at 15c Miens Overcoats all shmlcs and sizes worth S4nUll 85nt 290 Mens Overcoats worth SG 87 and 88 at 395 Raglans Meltons worth 810 and 812 all go at 8575 Mens shades blue nUll black worth S12 and 15 at 755IMens Ulstcrs Storm Collars worth 88 and 80 at 199 Boys Overcoats from 126 on up Mens Corduroy Pants light and dark shades worth 175 to 250 nil go at 8130 Mens Jeans Pants nt 45c Mens every day pants worth SI50 and 8175 at 05c Mens Pants worth 82 and S2GO at 135 Mens Pants worth 1 and 3bO at 2 SHOES liens every day shoes at 9fie Mens extra heavyshoos worth 8150 to 12 all go at 125 Mens high top shoes worth S2 to 250at 150 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Will Chancellor told to M B u banks a gray mare for150 W A Tplbble sold to Lutes = Co a lot of 100pound holts at 60- O A Svrlnebroad told to W S WI ham two Southern horses for 1160 W H Parr bought 100 barrel of corn in Garrard at SI 76 delivered Josh Jones sold to J H BauRhma Ss Co 1160 bushels of wheat at 80c Chance Lutes bought 50 elop cattl in Madison and Et till countle at 13 85 T W Jones eold to R C Rocker a pair of threeyearold mare mules for 1223 JO Caldwell sold 312 export catty to J W Bales of Richmond at 60 AdvocateW Tewmer bought of Mrs Jobi Lutes an extra flea fouryearold Jer ley cow for 150 T W Jones told to Monte Fox a pair of mules for 8275 and to George T Woods two cows at 3c Wm Cooper of Pulaekl cold to Gee T Wood nine bulls at 3o and to O F Huffman a fat cow at 3o S T Harbtion Co of Lexington sold nine trotting horses to Tlcbcno Co of Chicago for 20000 The Kentucky Supply Co of Dan vllle bought of Josh Jones 600 to 80 bale of mixed hay at 81225 per ton Wm Cooper sold at Lancaster yes today a large number of mountalt ewes at 375 and a lot of mixed cattle at 3ic N H Rankin of Carlisle has pur abased 1300 mules In Bourbon and ad jolniaq counties since August repre senting a valuation of 860000 WANTED I will pay highest mar ket price for bay corn and shelled oats at McKinney or Moreland Address me atTuroeravJlle C L Carter The tine bluegrass farm of J A Yeager was sold at auction for 818000 The purchaser waiT D Chestnut of Hedgevllle It contains 240 acres and Is one of the beat In this section The Chicago market for May wheat continues weak despite the fact that the top price for the year was reached only a few days ago December corn prices remain at a normal figure since the collapse of the eo called blind pool The price of hogs declined 60o during the week which ended Satur day LANCASTER COURT There were about 150 cattlo at Lancaster yesterday and most of them sold The highest price realized was 4e which waa for a bunch of yearlings Hollers were slow at 21 to 3o Butcher stun was in de mand at 21 to 3c A number of mules changed bands at 875 to 8125 The horae market was quiet Mrs Kamed la dead In Jeaea mine CHRISTIAN COLLEGE nustonvlllo Ky Announcement for second term begin nlng Jan 10 1003 Oscar D Fallla Ib D presIdent of Latin Greek and llghor Mathematics Mr Pains graduate of the EngllMho Institute of Augsburg ermany professor of Music Gorman and French Miss Itoglo A B has been placed at the bead of the Normal Depart nentt Miss Julia Stagg primary teacher erman and French taught by a oaUveimu lIe by a German musician of many year ixpeflenco bookkeeping and general bus ness form without a text making It practIcal from the beginning The Normal under MI Boglo la to bo ono of leading features 6f the term Tbo Pre santory Departmonwm bo taught by one nf the most popular en In this part of tbe State Everything at very reasonable raw For further particulars address the iretldent BILTMORE The Blltmoro estate la one of tbe most notable Iq the country Mr Get W Vanderbilt has purchased 14700 acres of land In ono body near Aaho vllle N C for which bo paid tho sun of 83000000 Some of this land COlt very little while a part of It cost aa much aa f400 per aero Tbo fcnci around the estate la over 300 mile long Much of this land la wild mourn talnoua and forest covered pod It con lain several beautiful lakea aod streams The forests are alive will game while the streams swarm will splendid flab which Mr Vanderbilt la averse to slaughter and these aro take on very sparingly While moat of thi land Is foreat and pasture there la a small patch of 0000 acres cleared one which can be cultivated Of this only 2400 acres aro actually cultivated and land that It cultivated this year li al lowed to lay tallow next Mr Vander bills homo cost him something Ilk 87000000 It corcra an area of 375 bY 102 feet and the highest towers rise HI feet from the ground The founda lions arc 20 feet wide and aro built of atone from local quarries the contractors ualng 11000000 brick 17009 toni of steel and 0000 barrels of cement It la the finest residence In America and perhaps in the world Other mtllloni have been Invested In other building and In the making of roada driveways lake etc and It la thought that at least 820000000 will be expended when tho ambitions of tbe owner aro realiz ed Such accumulations of wealth can only be perpetual by the serfdom of the masses and that can not long exist in a free country Some future Vanderbilt ii almost certain thinks an ox change to run afoul of ultllltarlan con ditions which will convert his vast es tate Into farms and factories villages and the homes of men and make of his 87000000 ancestral homo are an Isolated monument to the foolish prldo of his ancestor LIBERTY Hog killing seems to bo tho order of the day at present Henry Wesley of Bethel Ridge was hero on business Thursday Eld Z T William of Montpelier preached at the Christian church on Sunday night The Maccabees are putting In good work now and hope to have 100 mem ber before spring Tbe river was past fording several days last week and nearly every one wished that the stream was bridged Eld J Q Montgomery G R Wllk arson and Henry Thomas attended the funeral of Mrs Llllle Sampson atDunn vllle Deputy Sheriff Roberto of the West End brought Sherman Propel hero for examining trial for maliciously cutting Jim Lee but the trial was postponed Gil Cowan Lea and Carroll Reid and other gentlemen from Hustonvlllowero In these parti bunting last woek C G Jeffries was In Lanvllloon business Thursday Henry Thomas will teach school here thIs winter Cut this out and take it to Craig A lockers drug atore and get a free sample of ChamberlaIns Stomach and Liver Tablets the beat physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve tho appetite and regulate the bowels Eegu lar size 25o per box ssFred Gaul of St Louis shot him leU In the bead while la Louisville The wound Ii not fatal Mens high topshoes worth 83 to 8360 at 8198 Mcnb fine shoes kid box calf worth e3 350 84all at 108 Ladies heavy winter shoes worth 125 160 nt 08c Ladies flno shoes worth 175 and 2 at 125 Ladies fine shoes worth 250 and 3 at 2 Ladies fine shoes worth 150at JOe Childrens shoes sizes 8 to 12 winter weights worth 125 at 75c Gents Furnishing IGoods 250 dozen lions Heavy FleeceLined Underwear worth 50o and 75c a garment in this wale 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