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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rJ 0 Ii t SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 30 1902 9 A M NO 84 MATRIMONIAL S A Padgett and Mies Dollo nor too wore married at G cor go W norton ontnij23thGcrgo and Mill Mlnnlo Uor doa were made ono at Wm Mink on Cbrlttmai day Arthur Wiseman and MlM Beiilo Pluramer of Harrodiburff were mar rId at Danville A minister at Armstrong Mo per forraei a ceremony by which five cou pie were married Claudo Hughes and Mist Mareeo Al eorrwero united In wedlocks holy boedftt Klngivllle on the 25th Jotia Menero tbo Danylllo Coiner and MlH Eliza Matthowi of Barbour vllle were mado one Christmas day Leonard Camden nod Miss Lltxle Ambrose of the South End were mar rind br Rov Nathan Slogleton Wed noidny Thomas Daniel of Llvlnglon nnd Miss Pearl Cabbell of this place wero married at the bride mothers Wed nesday The groom Is a well keown railroad man while tbo brldo Is a pret ty and excellent young lady Mr Will S Huffman and Miss Pearl Iloee popular Hnstonvllla people wore married at tbo Gibber Hotel Danville on Wcdneidav evening by Rev J W Haln of this place Mr M E Bar per and Mill Edna Camnltz also of th Wet End wore tbo attendants whit Mrs Juno H Reid Mlsics Mary Or pooler and Mclllo Hopper and Howard Cainnlu accompanied tho bridal part to Danville and saw tbo knot tied The bride wore a beautiful gown of crepe docblno and white silk and carried a large collection of white carnations Always pretty sho showed to her bet advantage on ber happy wedding da The INTKIUOK JoiHNAL extends beartleet congratulations to tbo lucky groom and his bonnlo brldo and wishes them both lung lives full of happiness Mr Cabbell Drecklnrldgo Owens and Miss Suiln Brlnkloy surprised their friends by leaving the bop at Walton a Opera House about 1 oclock Saturday morning and going to Rev S M Rankin homo and having their deetl lc united They returned to the hall an after telling their Mnnds what they q bad dono took tbo train for Louisytlle to spend their honeymoon Miss Brinic ley came up to the hop and was ono of tbo most popular of the dancers Whether tbo matter was prearranged or not wo do not know but that their marriage was a general surprise al will admit Tbo bride Is ono of Som ersets loveliest young ladles and Is as popular as she Is cultivated Sbo Is a potlto blonde and Is pretty both of faco and flgurar Mr Owens Is too well known to make comment necessary Ha Is one of our most capable boy and Is as clover as you find em We join bis many friends In congratulating him on winning such a jewel for a helpmeet and In wishing blm and his all tbo o pleasure that can come from a happ- married life At Plttsburg Kas Montgomery Oadloy a Negro was taken row jail and banged by a mob At the first attempt to hang him tbo ropo broke and after his throat had been rut be was banged a second time Godloy was ac cused ot shooting Policeman Hlnkle who was trying to keep order at a Ne gro dance Tbo lynchng took place two hours after tbo killing of tbo ont car a a r Dr Pierce 11 GOLDEN t I MEDICALDISCOVERY Restores LOST FLESH AND STRENGTH ratwritNyetrsllrledmedidnefdodos IroodMrlOoIdtu Dhcovety and when I ha Ukea one bottle I could dtep Iud my appetk AubottlesThe sole motive for substitution le permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by the sale of lets merited S ouam diciuee He gala low Therefore accept no subsblute for Golden Discoveryr lL t NEWS NOTES Tho bank of Unloo Mo was robbed of 815000 Plro At Marlboro Mali destroyed property worth500000- Edward Adams Wit shot to death at Frankfort by George Bean Louisville Elks gave away 0000 pres FridayI D M Sabln of Minnesota died suddenly A 100 barrel green oil producer has been brought In on Little Salt Lick In BathWilliam Mayes lost an eye by tbo explosion of a cannon cracker at Lex ington In defense of ber honor Mrs Edward Durdlck shot and killed John Ryan at Ollvedale Pa R E Farmer died at tbo Confeder ate nome It Is the fourth death at the IDultutlonICapt W W ONoll a prominent coal opcratorwell known In Louisville died near Plttsburg Tbo Wm RTrlgg Shipbuilding Co of Richmond Va boa been placed in tho bands of a receiver Tfaroo persons wero killed and three Injured In a wreck on the Illinois Ceo tral railroad at Caneyvllle Ed Donnelley of Warren countysbot killedaR H Van Dlcsi ono of tbe roost famous geologists In tbo world Calyan car penter drank carbolic acid by mistake a For whisky and died In 20 minutes Maj Ed Hughes has resigned as chief of tbe fire department of Louis villa after 22 years of valuable service toWarden Llllard of the Frankfort penitentiary gave bis prisoners 1000 pounds of turkey for Christmas dinner Queen Alexandra gave a Christmas dinner to tbe widows and orphans of tbe English soldiers killed during tbo Boor war- Gerhard Krull the biggest mao In Cincinnati Is dead He weighed 650 todr Fire In Brooklyn destroyed tbe coop erase plant of Atbuckle Bro and four other factories Throe firemen were klllid and two badly Injured accountdGeorge M Pullman and others Is dead 1at his home In East Orange N Y George Ulncbllff was awarded 122 000 damages against tbo Chicago Ma sons h Builders Association as the re Bolt of a boycott against his brickyard there Tbo jury in the case of A B Scbletz baum on trial at Hartford on tbo charge of conspiring to rob the Amsr scan Express Company returned a vcr diet of acquittal In surveying for tbe Pactfla cablel arouaya spot and Midway said to bo the deepest bit of ocean In tbo world During an altercation In Carter coun ty Thomas Frlly was soot and Ellie by Clyde and Claude Hull and Frllys wife who was endeavoring to atop tbo fight was seriously wounded The will of Mrs Julia Debt was Iliad In Washington Tbocslato which amounts to over 1230000 is d vided equally among ber four children Gen Fred D Grant will act as exec tor Freezing weather and heavy frosts are reported from Florida and it Is feared young orange trees have bee killed or badly Injured Extreme col U also reported from the sugar region of Louisiana C O Mongol Jr fc Bro Company of Louisville will establish a lino of steamers between New Orleans and ports In Central America and Africa mobolaoylaAt not Springs Ark Fraak Daugh erty a raco follower shot and killed Jack Donohue chief of detectives Daugherty was shot by a boy as bo fled and In his desperation attempted to end bis life by a shot in tbo bead Delgbborforhave been damaged in an unusual way Tho plaintiff charges bat a neighbor knowingly and willfully visited hum at a time when bo was Infected with scar lot fever The plaintiffs children caught tbo disease Failure of crops boa precipitated a famine in several provinces of South era China The rice crop In the Phil ippines has also failed and the poor In habitants of the Islands aro confronts with a rise of 60 per coat in tbo price of the cereal which constitutes their chief supply of food An AmericanEnglish syndicate baa ecqule11000to acting for the American tobacco trust and the Mexican governments said to be alarmed at the of competi tlon belag ellmlaaedw n LAND STOCK CROPS ETCI Corn Is selling at 12 delivered In Montgomery Jockey OConnor Is to rldo abroad at 15000 per year Over sheep burned in the Union Stock Yards fire at Omaba W H Underwood sold to J L Tot ten a bunch of fat hoes at 6c Sister Wilkes 22ttbe fauterdaugh tcr of George Wilkes Is dead B W Games sold to Anderson Rice of Shelby a Jersey cow for 160 FOR SALEFour 275 pound tat hogs at Ba H O Anderson Goshen ExGov James S Boynton of Geor Ala Is dead at Grime that State R H Cooper bought of J M Ste pbensoo 20 700pound cattle at 3o T 0 Rankin has gone to Nunan Ga with a car load of cotton mules Imp Top Gallant the noted thor oughbred sire la dead at Lexington Dr C Fowler sold to J H Baugb man k Co bales of timothy bay at 112R H Cooper bee rented Mrs Nora Goodknlgbts place on Danvlllo Avenue E P Woods shipped to Cincinnati Saturday a carload of light hogs be bought at 5 to 6Jc Over 250 mules changed hands In Columbia Tcnn in ono day at prices ranging from ISO to 1175 ro Rlgnoy sold to R Cobb a bunch of yearling steers at to and to Ruble some SCOpound steers at 3c James S Clark sold to Theodore Sol omoo 70 export Dazzle weighing 1400 pounds at 4a Lexington Democrat FOR SALE5 yearling steers 20 of them strictly good Will weigh 700 pounds all reds F P Combest Poll ICyIF P Combest gold to James Gastl neau for 12600 cash the 60ocra farm in paIperpeel year Goddard has sold 10000 worth of Red Leaf colts Ho has ohbt or 10 flee ones left which ho Is training Lutus S Co bought of John F Wag ers of Madison 60 000 pound slop cattle at 4o and told them the same day at II per bead proOt WANTED I will pay highest mar kot prlco for hay corn and shelled oats at McKlnney or Moreland Addree- m atTurncravlllo C L Carter- WAxTEDI want 500 barrels of corn and car load of oats to be delivered at Moreland or MoKlnnoy George D Weathorford Hustonvllle Ky Geprge D Hopper sold to Samuel Castollo of Wayne his 100 acre farm on the Danville pike for 80000 Poe scsslon Fob 1 Mr Hopper Is unde cided as to his future PAINT LICK Miss Florence Lackey died on the consumptiondLexington she was laid to rest In tbo Richmond cemetery tbo following day John and Salem Wallace spent Xmas Ledfordd s week Stone Norman baa accepted position in a restaurant at Junction vieltlntRichmondiTrlbble the Central Record solicitor was In our town this week Dr G Bosley of Union City bas moved to our place We welcome him Now our town can boast of throe of Airedwith relatives In Mason county W B Adam of Livingston was hero lilt week making preparations to move Misses Nettle and Bruce Adams ol MaryEoltloman 400yor a neDdroor Tho SwearOff Day Tbo swearoff day will soon bo here Tho day of moral resolute When boozing boys take oath to bo constituterTheyll make a solemn New Year pledge That they will booze no more And ere tbe year Is tbreo days old Theyll break ItIll before I wouldnt make a New Years pledge For all of Morgans pelf For no matter whom I might deceive I wont deceive myself R LEE SUTER Bilious Colic Preventedi i Take a donblo dose of Chamberlains Colin Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aa soon as the first Indication of tbo disease appears and a threatened attack may be whn0 w the remedy in this way with perfect suc cess For sale by Craig A Hocker Stan ford The will of Thomas B Reid leaves all his estateto his widow LANCASTER Tbo oyster supper netted tin The ico harvest la abundant In this section Christmas gaieties are not so much tn vogue as formerly Judge and hire J S Robinson enter partyIon ville street Tbo Billy West Minstrels drew a good audience considering tbe Inclera ant weather The Ladles Aid Society was served rifrecbmsnta by Mrs A R Moore Saturday afternoon Eld and Mr Moore will entertain the officers of tbe Christian church on New Years eve Tbe musical contest announced for too 29th hoe been postponed to a dato sometime In January Tho Garrard graded school la having a 12day holiday and will not resume duties till next Monday Mrs Susan Anderson and family will theyboujtbtMiss Nannlo Jennings and Nick Beazloy both of Point Leave drove Into town Wednesday and wero mar vied by Eld Moore at his residence Tho residence of Robert Embry bad a narrow escape from Oro recently AM package of laundry Ignited and tbo c destroyedT ta kenill of pneumonia Friday and died Sunday He was about 30 years of ago and had been In declining health for aomo tlmo from consumption Ho leaves a wife and two children Invitations have been issued by Rev and Mrs Chumbley to a reception on t Iheo at McKee par sonage tbo now Presbyterian manse and doubtless a Urge assemblage will rJepond to tbe Invitations The Garrard County Medical Society elected the following officers for the ensuing year Dr Caasonburg of Paint Lick president Dr Burneuvlco president Dr Grant secretary and treasurer delegate to State Medical Association Dr Herring The opportunity of giving a band somo new BIbIa to the Christian church was met by an offer from several goner ous members but Mr Joo E Stormcs the wealthiest citizen of Lancaster will be allowad tbe privilege of presenting the beautiful girt It has been learned that the first sacred volume given just after tbe erection of the church was a donation from tbe Misses Garfield two most highly qualified young teachers who had charge of old Franklin luLl tute In the early 60s Tho old Bible will be laid away as a sacred relic Mrs John Miller has returned from Chicago Miss Nellie Anderson of In dlanapolla la visiting her mother Mrs Susan Anderson Dr Price of Stan ford was the guest of Mrs H A Price Mrs George Cbumbley and Mrs Dr Cbumbley of Pulaski aro visiting role atlves here Wm Marra and wife of Knoxvllle are spendldg the holidays ofaFemale Institute Is spending endgWalker has been of pneumonia atyand Cbloo Woodson of Casey have been visiting bore Mrs A H Baatln Is visiting In Lincoln county Leslie Anderson Is at home from Central Uni versity Miss Mamie Ltllard of Dan ville la tbe guest of Miss Tbeo Hemp hill PreventIt will be good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first alga of croup is hnarstness A day or two hereto the at tack tbo child becomes hoarse This is soon followed by a peculiar rough cough Give Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely as soon as tho child becomes hoarse or oven after the rough cough appears and lit will dispel all symptoms of croup In this way all danger and anxiety may bo manyeknown to fall It Is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig d Rocker Stanford John W Yerkes commissioner of Internal Revenue la expected shortly to announce his Intentions regarding tbo republican candidacy for governor of Kentucky At a conference in Washington between Mr Yerkcs and Senator Deboe Leslie Combs and Mar shal A D James It was made plate to the commissioner that be would have no opposition If be decides to seek the nomination Ten yenta old too young to know Twos then I missed a kiss Ten years later under mistletoe TWM tbeo I kneed a rates deatbjIn p Start the NewYear Right By buying your Clothing Overcoats Hats Shirts Underwear Etc at THE GLOBE Best stock to select from and lowest prices in Danville IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied TID MILLER Uanvill RU THERESfY A rrc uII7i asInthe halt that arises in gasjgo up the chim neyColes OriginalHot Stoves Burn that gas Thats why they do twice the service of the common Patent ed features which are not found on any thllheatto make Coles Hot Blast the most economic heater ever manufactured FOR SALE BY Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY To Our Patrons H GREETING How about your Christmas Shopping Christmas giftsIfof all that artistically choice in our line The selection displayed of DIAMONDS FINE WATCHESxJEWELRY SILVERWARE NOVELTIES Has much to recommend it It is the best we have ever shown and you know what we have done in the past There Is Wisdom In buying this class of goods from reputable jewelers then you know how easily reachable our prices always are Murray McAdams t JEWELERS And OPTICIANS Danville Kentucky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exthane TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1Uouae and lot In unfonlBTe rtx mih ll porcb la tbe rear good garden rood ntlghbortuxxl dole to churcaw and KDooi Uood lor imall fun UTelrtce Do 28mall farm 37 aeniTAmUM from bUn ford porch aad tet uIn good tr Cut la ilx weld well fenced acre culnvadoooneacrela fruit uu rat laf iUoiuht oomfulMloaera iul it bargil can beuldat bargain 0000 ecboot and cltanb Price 133 acre Land adjoining told IlK JW and Ala TblalaabanitlB SZ- Va SHOUN and let U Stolen Hoow condor ere roomy Good atabl and 8 acre or laud well fenced One otpudat ba ttitag Itt ta towns room nb U front fcr two other cettagei or a could be built to tho eUae and be thelowaer No 4Two itorT frame dwelling 7 room hall and veranda Good garden fencing and house la good rupsir For tale or rent IMca reasonable No SHoUM and lot In Stanford Three room and front arch Good garden and stable Good repair Wll1 be told cheap No 7 and lot la Stanford l atones S oalT3OQAo I Farm of arm mile from Stan culUvkttuoevsnInawait cottage good bun and outbuilding weU beboughtlit and mud have money Stanford leaIntlrQIOOdquutenofaiUIothdwelUea tpHedI4btuecnu LNhu13760 pet acre T 4 letpteremnuyesYhouseU good Mir runreasoadris 1 n t h THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER W Warns County ila candidate for Blab Treu Corr sublet to tbe action of the D mocrUo parly M F NORTH ti a candidate for the Democratic nomination fort ReprtMQUUvt of Lincoln county Subject to the ac tbnof the party J M ALVERSON It a candidate for the Democratic nomination for RP resentatlve of Lincoln County surjcct to the acllon of the party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner MCHORDrV For Circuit Judge rVM C SAUFLEY t For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR I BEFORE another iesuo of this paper Is printed tho old year will havo dIed r out and tho New Year of 1003 ushered In The year almost ended has beon a 1tlstactory one we think to thlt lec tton of the Stato From a busk standpoint it bas we art euro Stal ford has not greatly increased her population In this good veal of our Lord but what growth the belt town on tho map has made has been subatant Her merchants and business men g en erally are a solid set and having attended well to their various enter prises they are in good condition to weather any and all storms that the new year may have It unfortunately she has any From a moral standpoint Stanford has taken DO stop backward Populated with lawloving and God fearing people the morals of the town are never forgotten but on the contrary there Is at all times a steady elIon made to elevate shorn The INTERIOR JOURNAL has no kick to make agalnt the closing year Its business Is In a healthy condition and we are glad to say Is steadily increasing Its IUb scrlptloo list Is probably twice as iarg as that of any paper in this section and well wager It contains fewer exchi gee and dead heads tban any pubU cation In Kentucky Like the rest of Stanfords thriving business concern the I Jls ready for the coming year and Its editor pledges his energy to make it as readable at all times as Is ID his power With malice toward none and a smile even for those who dlsUke us and despise our way we shall eat the good year of 1003 glad we are llvini and thankful to Him who glveth all things as well as to a liberal constl- uenoy As flee and as useful a form of philanthropy as was ever devised or prai r tlced Is that of the sale of neceieai commodities to poor people at the cos of delivery Nathan Strauss of Ne- York who by the way is not a chris than has carried on this form of bans olence for a number of years though It has cot appealed apparently to othol American multimillionaires who make a specialty of piety The great excel t levee of this sort of assistance Is that I f it does not encourage mendicancy and tItrequires no sacrifice of proper pride selfrespect on the part of the beD eQolary It Is a thoroughly legitimate transaction and It makes good the ben efactor to the extent of enabling him to keep up and expand his operations tWEheartily agree with tbo Louis when It says That nigh before Christmas when everything wall still must have been a long time ago or way back In the wood It Is the llvllest night In the yoar In these dig f gins In tact it was so lively In Stan ford the last night before Christmas that sleep was almost an unknown quan- tityf i1 THE poor down trodden married man I has at last got his inning Judge Au 4 JCOiD of New Orleans has declared un iconetltutlonal the law compelling a man to a wife A great many husbands have always considered It funcoDstltutloDal to give such support at least they are constitutionally op r tposed to rendering It MlSSODBIs corn crop of 307300000 bushels was produced by an average of 40 bushels to the acre The average is j larger tban that of any other State In the union Missouri will have a great many things to blow about when the great fair opens A LA CROSSE clergyman baa refused to minister further to his congregation until his arrears of salary are paidthu demonstrating that while salvation Is free sermons along with other things In this weary wicked world aro on a cash baste j THE Livingston edition of the Mt Vernon Signal was a daisy Jt contain lt ed good pictures and writeups of a number of that thriving towns leading citizens besides lots of other interest log matter Ben Casey Allen has announced to succeed himself as circuit clerk of Mer eel and he has many friends who hope he will wiDII1 f j North Favors A Primary To the democracy of LI coin county SlIce the announcement of my ODpD neat Mr J M Alyerion I have beln asked as to the manner I preferred to be adopted to make a nomination I b hove in nominating candidates for State district sad county offices tba mode should be adopted which will give each and every one rich or poor an equal chance to ixprots his cholco as to the candidate for whom ho Is ox peeled to vote In my opinion Chore I only ono way In which this can bo dODo with any degree of certainty aid that is by an election where tho cholci of each voter can be recorded as uprese ed by this moans and this only wlH the will of tho majority always prevaU I prefer a primary election Respectfully- M F NORT THISNDTHAT Pearl Meadows committed suicide a retort at Paducah T E C Brinly the veteran maDU acturer Is dud In Louisville In Rowan county Bulger Wells Ihot and seriously wounded John C Lark Mayor Johnson of New Haven Ibot and seriously wounded Wm MlddletoD A Newport man was held up by foot pads and his money and overcoat take E W Clifford a business man of- Cynth lana dropped dead there of heart llsoaso Tho output of Iron ore for 1002 has been 7000000 tons In excen of the ou put for 1001 John D Rockefeller contecspli Ivlng 110000000 to the cause of edu atton in the South Eight persons met violent death Sunday In Greater New York Tbree were cases of suicide Thirty persons were killed and 18 Jured In a wreck on the Grand Trunk railroad at Wanstead 9anadaIThe first annual State conference or- tho Kentucky Boys Department of the- Y M C A is being hold at Frankfort There was another earthquake at t dl jan Russian Turkestan The nun bel of victims of the first shock Is Twelve thousand minors In the Flat- Top W Va coal region will be beat tlted by an advance of wages elIectlve January Admiral Deweys visit to Ponce was- made the occasion of a semlholldi with decorated streets and proceesio with music Dllver Wideman and wife Negroes weN hanged by a mob near Troy SO for the murder of W K Jay a prom nent farmer At Benton John Heath while load lo a shotgun accidentally dlicbarg It shooting file two sons one being jured fatally Miss Verdi Rich Miss Hattie Roso- and Walter Rich were drowned at insboro Tenn while trying to croas timberland river In a canoe The poatoffice reports show a rotlt- from every pottofflce In the Unlti SLate with the exception of one ofilc In Alaska and two in Porto Rico The attorney of the man arrested at- MIami Fla for impersonating Gov ckfiam states tbat his client Is tb- in of a leading Georgia attorney Two or three messages dilly Ing sent to Europe over Marconis wlrsI 1088 telegraph Instruments with In ntnents with increasing facility RoY D O Rankin of Naibvlli editor of missionary publications for- the Southern Presbyterian church- died of pneumonia while recovering lrom the cholera at Seoul Korea ADDITIONAL LOCALS WEDDING presents at Muellers TRY Englehards coffey Jew Bright Co ORANGES 25 to 60o dozen at T W11IIs SEE our lamps store you buy Far sCo SWEET and buttermilk for sale MrP S R Cook Tuz PreachWilliams colored died last week CRUSHED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig ti Hookers Tuts young moon of Hustonvillo gave a llghtful hop last night Theo who went from hero report an excellent friends here sorrow with thOle- elsewbere In the death of T Cole Gui lev In Garrard There were few If any- cleverer men than bighearted Cole- rUE stockholders ot Crab Orchard- Banklnl Co will meet at tbolr bankln2- house next Monday to elect oftfcore for the ensuing year and attend to any other business that may come before- them TnE Crab Orchard Public School- closed Tuesday Dee 23 with Dr W F- HIckle as teacher Ho taught the moat successful term that has bee- Dtaulht hero for g avoral years and Is a a teacher not to bo excelled It was with much regret the boys and girls rave him up forho IB as good an enter talner as he Iso Instructor there fore be was loved by every one be met Tbat he may be secured to teach here- alaln next year Is theJilecire wish of all A Pull A IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Polly Hurt aged 77 U dead at ColumbiaRev D Mahooy preached at MI Vernon Sunday The wife of Blind Tom Johnlon Is dead In Jessamine- Tbemaa Warren has been appoInted postmaster at Idalia Madison county Alvin Buckman of Boyle was k1led by the accidental discharge ot bls gunRoy Harrison was killed In Rockc tie by the accidental discharge of bl gunThe Harrodsburg Herald Is for Hon Robert Harding of Danville for Coo gross Ten cases of smallpox havo developed at DODd Ule nine miles from lIBr odsburg The baby of Judge and Mrs O T Corn of Harrodsburg was found dead la Its cradle John Robinson one of tho wealtbl men of Boyle county Is dead at hI home near Danvlllo The Elks Christmas treo at Danvt was a splendid success over 400 chi dren being made happy The bones of Black Squirrel aod other famous Kentucky horses will bo mounted at State College The Indictment ot many LexlD too gamblers on felony charges has Atlrr up the sports of that town The Mlddlesboro Tannery the prop ertvof the United States Leather Co was partly destroyed by fire Den Arnett of Jessamine was dr Ilared Insane Grief over tile wife wboI lied a few days ago Is thought to have unbalanced his mind The body of Casslu M Tarter wal found under the bridge over Plttmi Creek In Pulaskl It Is thought tha he fell from the bridge TIlE INTElUOR JOUItNAL has the fastest ladl type setter In Kentucky Her name Is Miss Calllo Horton and- sbo put together two galleys ot brevU 10 five hours Louisville Times A B Hutchlns the wellknown race driver died at Danville of rheumatism Sunday and wilt be burled this morn In g He was 51 years old and unmarried There were few better relnsmo 10 the country than genial old Unk a ho was familiarly call- edStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Rank of Stanford will be beld at- their banking house the second Tuesday January 1003 tae the purpose of electing tractors for the ensuing year JOHN L MCIIOBKBT8 Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na- tlonal Rank of Hustonillle will be held at- their bunking house In tlustonvllle the tec- ond Tuesday In January 1003 between a and 12 for the purpose of electing dl- recwn to servo the ensuing year J HOOKER Cashier NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell m farm of acne Just ttaldeof thton lmit It ls one of th- pretthst homes around Stanford and ii Improved with a handsome twoetaw- elling Has good kltcben and plndld rycepar Fine water sod electric lights free Most of the ontalde fenc- Ing Js kept np by others Very little tens fDr to do Splendid barn a f cistern dOH Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Good roomy mea- thouetc Terms to suit purchaser Oal1- aDd see the place J S Hundley H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STAMFORD Kv GOO Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call FARM FOR SALEI I desire to sell my farm of 100 acres located on Knob Lick X mile of Knob LIck- Station It It all No farming land nearly half of which ls In cultivation tho ra- milluder in BlueGrass Has on It a good- lubltlluUal dwelling good barn and other- outhoustJe Well by cistern springs and pond Those desiring to buy a malt- falm do well to see my place B W GIVENS Stanford Ky REMEMBER The Grand Leader For Your Xmas Purchases This week vo must reduce our largo stock of Fur Collnrcttos To do this in n HURRY we have marked down every piece to COST nUll sonic BELOW as wo will not carry one over 300 Collarettes Marked to 198 400It II 11 248 500II II IS 349 600II 11 425 800 II 550 1000 S I 698 1200 II 11 725 1500 898 Dont fail to see the above BARGAINS this week Wo have on sale thousands of Ladies and lens Silk Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs Mufllers Neckwear Shirts Collars Culls Jewelry Novelties in Jewelry Fine Umbrellas FullDress Shirts and Vests Shoes Clothing Dry Goods C Come to us for your WANTS One PRICE the LO YEST to ALL Your money back for the asking THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYManarer Estray Steer A lOCOpouud black steer came to my Uco a month ago Uwnsrcan gt him by paying for this notice and his keep Wu HECK Stanford Ky Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the coIn County National flank of Stanford wl1 be held at their banking house the second 01 In January lees for the purpoett of electing directors for the ensuing year J n OWSLEY OasbUr STANfORD GREENHOUSE CarnationslIya cinths Narcissus Floral on short notice Deddlo ted Vegetable Want of all kinds U season Phone 29rtng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford PUBLIC SALE I day Jan if zinc Iat scent for the tout heirs will sell la the hlchut anJ tot tUJtr on MONDAYJANUARYIt t9ob house and five acres of land on lluitonvlllt pike fhb property Joins the Buffalo Cntt ry close to rated school church etc All the land Is In oo1 ear Jen anJ the houM has m rood rooms mcellar tie All In eoj repair This isadetnl- hams and only ooa half mile from town Terms otle onethirl cash balance In sU and is months Itln retained on place for balance purchase 1116 per ctnl My ondesitnrto s the placs- an call on J Wren on the premises or tha under slIIN J MENEFEE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE nustonvlllo Ky Announcement for second term begin DIDjt Jan It 1003 Oscar II Faille Ib D resident of Latin Greek and Igher Mathematics Mrs Kallls graduato of the Engllsche institute of Angsburff ermany nrofesMr of Music German and French Miss Kate Bogle A U has been placed at the bead Normal Depart nenti Miss Julia Stagg primary teacher German and French taught byaatlremu tic bya German musician of many yean uperlencot bookkeeping and general bU- IInell forms without a text boos making It practical from the beginning The Normal apartment under Miss Regie ls to be one of- thIS leading features of tho term The Pre taratory Department will be taught by one of the most popular teacher In this part of- tbe State Everything at very reasonable ratel For further particulars address the resident Biliousness stakes f Chronic Invalids When the liver Is torpid sod falls to do lu work the bile enters the blood u a virulent pollOI Then jcomes conadpaaon biliousness sick headache fevers and rnalarla1The only treatment that give the aver lust the tight touch sod starts Natures work in the right manner U lAlifOHS1LIVER PILLS J DTOU The pm touches the over and the pclleutone the system JSv 28 doses for dxicents and un less your case Is exceedingly bed you rill be weU before you dnbh them Sample ceFor sale attall den1ell A r0n SALE BY W B MRQBErVM AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE h J THE Spirit of Xmas should stir the giftbuying desire anti prompt nn early visit to our storo Thoro is n woll selected stock of WATCHES CHAINS AND CLOCKS beautiful pieces in SILVER exquisite pieces of JEWELRY such as BROACHES RINGS ETC ETC W H MUELLER Stanford I Ky AMPLE CHOICE All with to glvo at Holiday Time It Iewhat to give that causes tionblo cand worry This difficulty will be loosened whoa you have before you u ample and varied a stock u ours We worried a little for you mouths ago when we wore making our HOLIDAYBslectlons and believe that tho thought then given will make it easy for you to choose inltable gifts now Our ezprienco i Holiday Buying U such that we can tell pretty well In advance what goods are going to be most widely sought We Lave many new things this year T and many new styles of old things that poetess all the elements of per fect gUll home and see whether we can not at onco solve all your hol Iday problems Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky DO YOUR TRADING During the coming year nt t tho old and rjelinblo store The hados Wheeler EmporiumI HUSTONVILLE KY f Youll get the beat goods nt the lowest prices there t r I Santa ciar r surely taken up his abode at W L McCARTY8 InI I People who hayo seen this Immense store IRuOLD SANTA Is goIng to make his dlstrlbntlon Immense stock It contains plenty for all both larg small One of t- heGRANDESTI I Storea In Old Kentucky chuck full from top to bottom carries everything and you can make no mlclake In IHe at this house No rent or high city tax to pap is pp to his profession and knows how to buy as well I as sell Go and see Ibis great stocktt Imo a r- J V Y J r r 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY DEC 30 1002 IB fHlne your prcicrlpllooi wo uto proportloee Dapriceere Druz Suiro 4PERSONALS MR Joint OnAacErr it ill W n WEAKEN spent Sunday In Lexington iiMRS W 1 TATS visited friend In LOdlly1110 ra Mug MARY O MATHKNY Is IIIo x pneumonia blparentas r 0 ALEX DUUUE of Urbana Ill li with lib lather W A forgo MORRIS FRED and Mlit Minnie Fred wont to Cincinnati SundayIst W D JONES hal Juit arrived at hit homo PROP M O WINFREY of MiddlesDboro was hero during the r WE had a pleasant eaU from Mrs J 411 Russell of Ouenbclra last week t j 5JKSSBTRAYLOR of Bemnier Ala tpont levoral day at home lat week Mil J D MERSIION now of Somor 9ety was mingling with old frlendi hero Miss MAY MARTIN li at homo from Bourbon College during the holiday MRS CLEO BROWN poet severs Vernonada Joined hit wife and daughter hero MRS J R STUCKY of Livingston t r vitltoi relatlfct hero during Chris mas TilE infant ion of Mr and Mre Silas AMeuer li recovering from a severe Den Miss DAISY viyulebore ClforTliM M O AtDlUDOB a valued friend of 4this paper was hero Friday from Oar scrandMR OEOROR DIRK and bride of Ow epiboro were guest at J W BsughW mans MRSJ F DOCKER of Pltuburc Rig TJiltlog her daughter Mrs WSoSpeed JOE MoA LISTER JR spent a po tlonof Christmas with Madison count friend MRS J G RIDDLE of Crab Orchard 4 wa tbo ftiiit of her mother MnLI Ilerrln- v MISSES Fl THARI and Pearl Dur s ham of Junction City wore with Mn Via Owen Miss JOAN MOUNT spent invertK FJMRS PATTIE ENOLEMAN of Pali Lick ipontafowdayi with Mr JobMQ Eogltmao ROUERT MORELAND came over Ire Lexington last week to tee his legion of friendi here D H SPOOKAUORE came np from Somerset to spend Xmas with tho bomefolki horn Drodbeadt ard sped several days In this city Richmond RegIster MRS WILL DAR OUR of oils spelt several days with herdau tor Mn J R Ruieell ATTORNEY JULIAN BOURNE of legion spent several day with hit em dMRSMtiiei Sarah and Madge who havo been visiting in Cleveland Va havo returned home t MR A C MARTIN and family w Ill move to Paris In a few weeks T moo will oat likely bo a penman QLITTLEhis 10th birthday Friday afternoons giving a party to his friends who gathered In large number at his homo and bad a tine time TUB following young ladles aro w Miss Mary Hundley Mliiei Carrie nod 1 i May Webb of Chicago Eva Lemm ore of Richmond and Nancy Wlthenpoon of Qarrodiburtr t OEO n WOODSON who li mnkio i IUCCCM of the Kentucky Furniture i In Atlanta orders the I J tent to b Ho wai In the mercantile business Ktddi Store for year JT LEAVELL the most luccee salesman of the Page Fence Comp 4south of the Ohio river pasted thro Stanford Wednesday on his way Remington led to visit relatives MR AND MRS W H CURTIS of East End gave a delightful dining on Wednesday in honor of Mr Walter Curtly and bride of Nashville About 00 guests enjoyed the elegant repast IN ordering his paper changed Mor rte M Perkins writes I spent a tow days In Las Vegas N M with Andrew lS Buchanan The morning of the Gin Is the mercury was 13 degrees below zero W and 12 Inches of snow covered the earth We both pulled out for R- otrl well rT 7 l J E PORTMAN It In Louisville ImprolaisI I A POTTER was In Frankfort last week MRS HENRY HOLDBRUAN li ill with mumpt In SaturdayLexington MIKBOW8LKY returned to Clncln i yettorday C HOCKBR of Kansas City spoof a COovurdMiasatlvee In Lexington OrcbardIIMug ALICE DEPADW It visiting ret LOMlSSLouiSKMlILEK It with Mli Eulah ToneD hltlDgherMiss CLARA COOPER visited Mist Anglo Klnnalrd at Lancaster MllloreburgIIDR W D PENNY and family visited relatives horn R P W CARTER dentist has hung bl picHEATHvisited hIs brother T C Willis COL AND Mlts M F ELKIN etc ov er from Lexington with frlondi v PerrJlifeMiss ELIZA ROUT of Huitonvlllo 1was tho guest of Mlit Battle Rice brother1HobartMiss KATHKHINE BAUOUMAN loll ycitordav to vlit friendi at Paducab ROBERT DUNN of Madison Is with hlicouilni Willie and Luolcn Dunn Miss LINDA MILLER of Danville wa s tho guest of tbo Misses VanArt dale L A MERSIION of Tloga Texat sited hli relative Dire Leo H S tone PROF W R EUIIANK and wife of ay City aro with his brothers amt 7 haMRour tbanki for a number of now tub allHANDSOMEWM tbo guest of the Mliiei arren Ouu Klngivlllo correspondent Mlit Crelghton It visiting at merset Painrt thye MR R E OOQIIES of Louisville as hero Christmas day en route to fjMRspent Xmas with hit tether In the Boo Lick section Rev R D MAHONY attended the night Templar banquet at Lebanon riday night witstof spent metal days with Mm onroe Curtis Ipenmd C C Davis1Vornoo Signal MR A E GODWIN wife and of Nashville spent Christmas at RlohanlOlbb4aTUB wife of Felix Brawncr of tbo withpaa WADE PERKINS now ttatlonod Goodletuvllle Teen It visiting hit parent at Crab Orchard Monhtl c oy Bailee of Harrodt berg are with Miss Anon Cook MESSRS JACK MCGRATII of Lex RICghh DcLeby aking thorn a volt during the boll Mna W T SMITH of this place and bin A E Gibbon of Danville aro visiting Mn G A Peyton at Middles boro hash0re tooather at l Taxessmobyved chased In Lincoln county Somerset Journal takinIththo tolapoDdREV R R NOEL It enjoying a from his daughters Mines Mary N 0Cmday to4 hit way to Bradfordsvlllo wboro ho and Will Dlnwlddlo of IIuetonrtlie dapsany Ai0de go 1DK Woodstheington Democrat and Robert O Saul lap of Richmond ate Christmas din nor with tbelr motbor Mrt Nannie S Baufley yesterdaybegin DBCrafts office Louisville Times MasTJ FOSTER bad a fall sfeW paloShel ary for treatment aaJ wai dolor uM could be expected at last aoeauati e c LOCALS sellOAKE9 unr41dapsA GOOD man waiti to borrow 13000 at 5 percent Apply at this offlce SPECIAL attention Ivan orders Try one nod nee Higgles St McKIn any V Bad Battle Robinson each lot a child by death Su night Tare baby industry Is fine In Pulaikl lust now One doctor reports 20 arrlv all in as many date FOR KENT Four room o on Main Street opposite Baptist sonage H Helai FOR IiexTHandlot near Pences mill for root at 1350 per month W A Trlbble 2t qualllDIifcr was not good for hunting either COME In and talktareabout an air tight heater for your hall We can you Biggins sit McKInney IKE AND TOSS T aroputting a stock of general merchandise at Krl gar The former It postmaster of bit town onTHEapronWM not largely attended but the La dine Aid Society of the Baptist church cUared M by H A SON of Daniel Kldd of the Sout JolllcoFridayand his bead was mashed almost boo yond recognition Fort SALE Eight f pound shoals i 10 thoroughbred White Plymouth Rock cockerels 200 egg Reliable and brooder Good at new James Shelby Junction City flym Wallacebatit at one could with to tee The y will weigh from aDO to H pounds She bat an orange tree with ripe fruit It PAYNE Mn Polly Payne aged 72 and the mother of eight grown chll weburieddied several years ago Heart trouble caused tbo good womans death THAT splendid citizen eArDOlt and maDklDdhas gone to hit reward May the 0 lie gently upon his grave Be lIvod godeedsvolume Kentucky has railed tow b ter moo then this excellent end olo gent gentleman who has crossed over the river and now reitaunder the ibade of tho trace TilE party given bJ MIIIAIYlra VaD orMieesanAredaloMr of nd greatly enjoyed Miss VanAndale proved a charming hostess and all were made to feel that It was good to be o4joyatad already come before the guests could PTtlCOFFEYMr Moset Coffey McKIn neyt clever poitmuter died of mall pox Friday afternoon and was burled htthat night It Is thought ho contra IDIodlaoapolls manyfriends OJUoloncoo He was an excellent poelmas and was popular with all classes A child of tho deceased now has small pox SOLD OUT George L Carpenter bee old to Logan R Hughes and Wallace andire at once W frod G Withers will run It for thom Furnltgyoto g qualifications and they will no doubt do well eeltheir purchase Mr Carpenter has eojoernr hope he will engage In other business bore hopWaltoDe fog at as04tmost many aDt dances bulldlDgIt ofLas ever gathered on a similar occasion In fact belles and beaux wero present from a half dozen or more towns and they made up not only a gay crowd but a very handsome one The muslo by Selbort of Louis vlllo WILl almost divine and the trip wenttbroughdays wasnsll FRESH itock of that good coffee we Hlgglns d McKlDtiey t TilE semiannual settling time It al most at hood Come round COME to ut for handkerchiefs muf lien etc Severance Sons l FARMERS Please return our sacks or call and settle for them J H Baughman k Co It TilE Daughters of the Confederacy StOwiloj Jr this afternoon at 230 THE McKInney pottonico ii now be lag kept by Minn Alice Goocb who is handling the malls with utmost care and precision A named Runtzhelmcr died at his home near Ottenbelm of rbeuj madam aged about 00 A alto and daughter survive THANKS John Show Edmlston the bon candy maker has our thanks for a nice box of his finest make He told a lot of hit choice brands in town TilE enterprising firm of Hlgglns S Me Kinney have put electric lights in their Immense afore and warehouse They now have the best lighted store In this section p TWO men with a couple of bears made fun for the crowd that gathered hero Christmas eve The wrestling of e of tho men and a bear was about as at is seen ID the average circus RUBARTS Edith Rubartt aged 10 died at Dr J C Barkers at Bustot ShehDunnvllle and the remains were taken to that place for interment TUB law firm of Brown Weiley St Brown of Somerset has dissolved Mr w J Brown retiring and entering Into partnership with OeD V Smith Messrs haveDake strong firms and their tcrvlcca will be sought after by those wanting good legal talent KILLED William Mills was shot to death at Mlddleiboro by Chris Tur Del The latter was abet twice and badly wounded by young Mills An old grudge was tho cause Mills was a son of Mr Henry Mill who moved from flueda p reacheseTimE Christmas tree at tbo Baptists church was a thing of beauty and a joy while it sited There were presents larJeipoppy Mr J O McClary made a cap jandIlsplendidly An Interesting song ler vice was enjoyed bolero the presents were distributed SHOULD Uncle Jo Hopper tine his wile of Perry vllle be permitted to see tho 13th day of January tbey will have been married 50 years The brethren of the editorial craft know Uncle Jo 10 well they will be glad to coo ratu moreedclosed on earth No doubt hundreds In beoDledChtist through hi tnstrume4talltp It it practically settled now that the oppoiltlon to the extension of the ofpyAdministrators SaleOf Valuable Real Property ofnbo privatelyforeend the following valuable real estates lit 0Ailtnatcd oa the Grab Orchard k Lancaitir plko about mllo from Crab Orchard twostoryterLancaster itreet la the town of Crab Orchard Ky This U it very desirable piece of propertY cODtalnlng ell the necessary outbuildings and a good well on place IIrd A nice building lot near the center of town runningbackerty will all be lold to the and best thee4ofInAdministrator with will annexed of Clara W clalmabeewill present them proven as required bylaw kno1Vlngthemelveslndebted thfor a favor by coming forward at once and M 8 lUuailiUX Administrator Ac DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache KidneysBladder At ache lteartDlseasefrave Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There U a cure for you It necessary Ur Found lie hex spent a limo curing Just suck cases as joura All consultntionaYree tlI had severe case of kidney dlsea q and rheumatism walter WDSINloUII1alYOCtodKidney and Backvh Cure cured us r M WU LEn Randolph laD- rnxxlxteMc1 A rorCoo1iI1ooklre STVITUSDANGE iIlCiiij CURE we Cre ClrculirDr eni r rredonlaN 1 x WET WEATHERj CALLS FOR BOOTS SHOESRUB- BERS AND OV ERSHOES We Have Them o PRICES RIGHT o Cummins 8s McClary gj PRESENTS TO WEAR Silk Ifnndkerchicfa Silk Mufllcrs Silk Um i brcllns Silk Garters Silk SleeVo Holders Silk SlripedllalfHosefact our entire stock in one sense 5nst SMOOTH AS SILK Full to the brim of the choicest things neces spry to an UptoDate Mens Furnishing Store In selecting PRESENTScall nud see what wo hare Terms Cash H J McRobertsI r I r Out of ttye prying Parj into the Fire e Is nn old saying but a true one in n certain sense in regard to onr business relations We have bombarded you with indncemenfsr pr a wbolo youhereBut you Cant Get Away I ti yourlcJmentaspeedier service Yours for busi- nessSEVERANCE SONt iiir n t JOHN BRGHT JR a CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware anti Cutlery Stoves and Tinware 4Ftt lit f 1 MM e vYv- t tfoV J th J rJte r t b Dr Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Eye Sp oi allst-v will bo the ERAJfDA aOTEIJTuesday and Wednesday EYESextiminedfor the reel of dan I pill uamIDeyour EYES overcome the detects and assure lu pwMlathflclsty results OmcqYgara t trtp x I If I 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 goodsmust be sold and money must be realized and creditors must be paid All goods left over from Dec 31 will be sold at auction This is your last chance to get Winter i Goods at your own price Come early and secure BARGAINS Dry Goods Calicoes all grades Simpson and American brands and nil outer brands s ilt40 per Surd- Bleached Cotton worth 5sand Go all go at 4c Unbleached Cotton worth 5 G and 7c all go at 4c Outing Cloth worth 5 and 6c at 4c n yard Jc Outing Cloth at Cic a yard 12c Outing Cloth at fc a yard t Dress Linings at 3Jc a yank t Wonted goods worth 20 and 25c nil shades ISic Red table linen by the yards 15c worth 20 and 25c Shirting cotton at 4So a yard Towels at Go a pair Bed ticking at 12c worth 15 and 20c a yard Straw ticking at 8Jc a yard Cottonade at SAP Denim dress goods worth 12lc and 15c at 8ic Duck worth 121 and 15c nt 8Jc Might Calicoes at 8Jc Yarn Hoods worth 25 and 50c all go aV lOc Germantown Yarn Worth lOc n hank at 5o Oilcloth Shades worth 20 and 25c at 15c Ribbons and Laces nfyour own price Dross Skirts worth 175 SlCOf 8125 go nL 7lic Ladies Woolen Capes worth 82 to S850nll jO IL 75e Ladies plush capes worth SGto S10nil go at 325 Ladies Underskirts worth SI to 3 nt 7 lie during this sale I I THE JNTERIORJOURNAL Motored n the postoffice al Stanford at ttoruldatt matt- erIFoblSahdTuo0aYadTr lrldap 1 PER YEAR ASH alP Whin mot sop ld8B300 will b charf 1 PARKERSIHAIR BALSAM- 1eanem tM tnct toe bait rxaaa a lai Mat Nth Nyer Fait to Onjesters tor fan rJirl salon akndilaa Ihrd j w PRICEProprietor Ilacksmlth and Carriage Hi pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a business In both lines and guarantees satisfaction Your patronage Horseshoeing at COc other work In proportion 8 PRICE Dentist Ky OSoioTfr UcBoboru Drug Store In the Orilsj- BuUdlnt 1 R A JONES DENTISTStanford 1Kp Officll over Tggine c McKlnneya I StarITelephone tJ 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary is all the year for the treatment a- surgical and chronic diseases and tor cou anltatlon Doard and nursing shall be cast Jin advance weekly and monthly Profess llonal bills due when services are rendered and must l paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food fit Salo Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Digs a specialty High Grad Dorsea and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVTRY rEED AND 1ALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand ant for sale avail tunes W Logan Wood Managf TraBlor flay DCAIIIU IN WMsku Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYCIutoPrompt and polite attention Nothlnz but the bu Mf Mail phoa cr telegraph ordtrs receIve tl Hustonville Property for Sale- I wilt offer at private sale my property situated on the north of llaln 01 east side ot College street In Hnstonvlllo Ky consisting of hotel and llverr stably and vacant lot This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or boarding honee and livery stable on same a nice livery barn 65x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery es va cant lot for private resldenc It desired Everlastingwater In abundance rropertr lIs well f prIvate residence now rented for purpose It you want good paying pro rty la lle call on or address D S Carpenter II niton Villo Ky To the Coal Consumer flaying bought tHlgglns ft Slrno the coal dealers we arc noW tofurnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market fur cub Farmers We wilt take your bay and corn In exchange tor coal at market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight tot money Orders at coal house phone 41 or Doonel livery stable No 06 Boone c 7 u1vontlST- FtIgr0P o KY REMEMBE l That socalled 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 That insurance in the Home oi Sew York can be relied on Jesse D Wearon Stanford exclusive for Lincoln OarrardDoyle nil Cagey Counties Kentucky IJG+ MCCbMY t1NDEar aKtaaIY EMBALMER And Dcaleai In 1ABNJIlS SADDIaUY to Stanford Ky J Le Beazle 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers UAO Dausu 1e kind of Stock m a call Prices rlgfct STANFORD HENTUCEYAh- AO1IrJM 1r= Arena Cheviot at 8200 Mens Heavy go aC 460 irons S 9 and 812 Our 15 and S18 at 884gg Youths Suits at 195 Boys Suits worth Childrens Suits Dos Knee Punts Axons Overcoats and Sriat 290 Mens Overcoats Raglans Meltons ClothingSHOES 5 75 Mens Overcoats black worth 812 anti S15 nt 765 Mens Ulsters at 8109 Do1J OvcrcoaU Axons Corduroy orth 8175 to 8250nIl go at 130 Mens Mens every day 050 Mens Pants Mens Pants lions every day shoos nt 9f o leas extra heavyehoos worth 8150 to 182 all go ttt 8125 Mens high top shoos worth 82 to 250 at 81CiO Battle Life Has Gone Hard With Geo 0 Barnes Editor J M Iltcbardaon prints ID the Glasgow Times tbo following Ic lereitlag account of a meeting with the Rev Oeo O Dames onoa one of the most successful evangelists In tbo countryI tbo Rev Geo 0 Barnes tbo other day for the first tlmo In over 20 year The battle of life bad evident ly gone bard with this once famou preacher His clothes ware threadbare and he la old and worn Ho walk with a baltlog gait the result of a alight etrolco of paralysis several year ago Tbere la a haunted look on hll faco not good to tee and altogether be Is but a shadow of his former leif Mis Marie and the little organ aro no long or with him and ho la too plainly a lonely broken old nun fighting tbe lat halt and the losing half of tbi battle of life with tbe burden of agi bearing down upon him and the coo iclouioeai of mistakes made kaockio at the door of memory Over 20 years ago possibly 25 years I was one of delighted thousands al wars ready to listen to hit words In hla prime he was the greatcut pulpit urator I ever beard He preached ID Boles Hall every night while In Glee gow and hla audiences taxed the ca pacltyof the building to tbo utmost Rte sermons were magnificent tbo mu ale wee entrancing I wee sitting bj my sweetheart aol It wee s flue show What more could a young man not out- of his teens his heart full of love and lit pockets free of money want Cer ably I didnt with for anything on earth morn except that my Tidy love teed about two miles further out tbe pIke Lord Bow It all cornea back to- mB now But Brother Barnes moved OD and time didnt stand still with any due Dole Hall la gone and tbo larg er part of tbo congregations that gatb red there have passed over the river After a lapse of nearly a quortej of a ontury this man of God crosses the pIth of my life again But It la not the amo George O Barnes As I wroto thl8 last paragraph a curious thought truck me and cut like a cold draught brough a halt open door Neither am I the earns Individual to whom llev Oeo ge 0 Barnes preached years ago Tbeo I was a zarelesa frolicking boy Now there Is the frost of the autumn of lUe on my balr By my aide thank lodalts the matured woman nowttho airl then who drew me more power ally to the Barnes meeting than did lames himself From the cradle In 016 corner of the room Issues a sound like unto a pig snoring From a bed In nother corner of the room comes anther snore from a scmswhat larger IgThere are four other Richardson pllcI la other rooms upstairs all snor ig away to beat the band I am not a young aa I was 25 years ago myself Pdrhapa Bro Barnes might pronounce mca considerably changed man telgbol We are all getting old and lomo of uo ore racing along toward the oDd for all the world like a lot of blind orsca When the account la called for the final reckoning I doubt not that other Barnes will have chosen tbe sttar part for w his vagaries aDd faollahnesa man Tbe baL I heard of dr 11aU ho was attempting to a protracted eating In Franks his audience was a mere ia now a convert to Dowolsra ad la standing up aa w manfully for his latest belief aa ho did for his creeds of the old days MtI Marie Ia keeping a boarding house In Washington while father makes hie headquarter at Dowloa Chicago 7Ao May grace be with him I shall neV or forgat him as I have seen him In bl8 prime throw his bead beak with a lot nine air and alng NlnotyandKloo isuotIve got a aunt wat The kind you read about She dons keep saying No you cant An1 Johnny now get out Bno turns to and helps yoU get Whatever you may need 3boe just about all rlghtyou bet Tho best you over seed An then you see when Io been badl Like fellers must sometimes She dont go get all hot an mad An talk about your crimes But she just keeps me way from ma An talks about other things An says shell make It right with pa I guess shell aooo have wings Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on tho affected parts Is better than a plate for a lame beck and for pains in the Iide or chest Pain Dalm his no superior as- a liniment for the relief ofttep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For salt by Craig c Hooker Stanford The funny lawyer James T Wilson on noticing tbo new sign over our office door Democrat Job Printing ob erred When I was a boy I used to blnk tbat old Job got more printing hen any man In the world and I see he la allll In the ring Harrodsburj Democrat jut this out and take it to Craig c Inckeia drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Llvor tablets the best physic They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach Improve the petite and regulate the bowels Ecgu lar size 25o per box Peanuts aro now aid to bo a specific or consumption They are also said to bo a specific for Insomnia FOR ENTIMy storeroom recently occupied byVm Severance Will rent for ono or more years J B OWSLEYI FOR SALE I A splendid storeroom residence In see ond story splendid stock ot general mer bndlse also a well arranged coal yard excellent trade established 14 years DIg rade In shingles spokes and posts Any mln who will come and Inspect Is do Ilrous ot buying I bello can trade with Tbla sale must be made by Jan lit as my- lona and aonaln law taro engaged In other nslnoss It I have to hire a man to run Jan It will not thereafter be for sale ddress n B KINO Moreland Ky POSTED J strlcUytorbldMipasslng on our places and will 1080- cuto violators to the lull extent of the law J NevIn Carter James McOormaclr Mrs Magpie Hlbb Mre TraylorMdse J W Banehman W n JT BIngaman Mrs Malcana Lawson Mrs Iary O Givens Peter Balmer A D Root Coo O Hopper Mrs A P Pendleton W Carter J F Goner Jam N Cash James Messer Tom Btono Joseph Ballou S T M F Lawrence- W P Grimes DiceJW E Amon E T Pence John Holmes Foster 0 L Ashley Moos high top shoos worth S3 to 8350 nt 8108 irons fine shoe vici kid box calf worth 83 3 50 84V nil at 108 Ladies heavy winter shoes worth 125 1b0at 08c Ladies worth 175 and 2 nt 125yLadies fine shoes worth 250 and 3 at 2 Ladle fine shoes worth lRO at OOc Childrens shoes sizes 8 to 12 winter weights worth 125 at 75c Gents Furnishing IGoods f dozen irons Heavy FlcccoLinod Underwear tvaith GOo anti 75o n garmentin this sale go at 860 irena fine shirts worth CO and 7Bo at 40 boas Hosiery black and tan worth iSo fur Tie Slcna Handkerchiefs 2 for Go Mens Neckwear worth CO and 76o all go at 20c f i Trunks and Valises nt your own prico Irons Gloves from 20c on up tt i Remember tho timo is short Dont wait too long us tho gooiU aro a ing fist Come boforo the goods nro nil gone Itoiuombor tho place TigjNow York Store next door to tIle Lincoln County National Hank Stanford Ky The New York Store Stanford Ky IfA IfurnltureJlatUnpRujt81hQ IIDirectors J D Paxtoo J D Owslsy H 8Enbk- sWo Walker Oeo W Carter Ir flux ees orn to The Farmers Hank A Trust Oompany and under same n Kotnent continuously for ne years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping sand business relation will prove mutually beneflelal First National BankOr Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established W the Hank ot to 1SJI then reorganized as the National lInk ot Stanford In J868 and again reorganized u tho First National hark of Stanford In I8IJ having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facllltiN for transact loFbuslnese promptly and well than ever before In It long honorable 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