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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = u 01 c I SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALJ VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 2 1903 9 A M NO R5 NEWS NOTES i reelortedA passenger train on tbo Wabash road mado a mile lo J13 econds At bahvoo III a Jealous husband abet hit wlfo and killed himself Nathan Dollon of Ito o Hill cola bnatad his 124th birthday this week r Fire which destroyed a carriage fac tory at Milwaukee caused a lope of 1100000 CompanIhave been banged today have been re iplted till Jan 21 I J D Williams momborof the dem ocratlo State executive committee li dead at Frank fort Fire destroyed several huskies boui et at Scotuvlllo causing a loop of 12 000 with 3000 loiuranco- Hunareds of vessels wero wrecked s and many Ilres lost during the recent storms oft tho Swedish coasts A 10 ycar old youth shattered a Now York show window with a brick sod took 1000 worth of diamond Fatnu Slog IIpoo reputed to bo the smallest adult person In the world died suddenly at Beaumont Texas r Atlanta ministers are using the I pulpit to praise tbo chief of police for keeping order on Christmas day A little grandson of the lato Coo roman Settlo WM burned at Owen tou and U Jo critical coodltlon t It fa proposed to combine the Indiana towns of Ilammond East Chicago Whiting and Indiana Harbor into one slty At a result of II health Mr W L t Belcher wile of a prominent physician t of Ozark Ala committed suicide with t a revolver The big plant of the Austin Dryan Company at Knsloy Ala has boon acquired by the Empire Plow Company of Cleveland Eight hundred thousand dollar a year wa added to the PlY of the union members of the Truck Teamsters Un ton of Chicago George Warren editor sod owner of the nickman Courier at nickmanthls Stale died suddenly of pneumonia at s ter three days lllocsi Ollrer Miller tho Tllllao was shot and Instantly killed by William Foglo laD the hero during the rehearsal of a Western drama at Marlon Ind Charles A Harris a merchant a t Desloge Mo formerly of Memphis Tcnn committed suicide because of disappointment In a love affair Rev John R1 Sellers a Motho a diet preacher of Novla Scotia blew out tbo gas at his brothers homo In Philadelphia and was found dead In bed Charles Weasel ono of the most prominent metallurgists In the coup try dropped dead of apoplexy In a crowded elevated train In New York t Andrew Carnegie his made Now Or leans a New Years elf tot 1250000 for the establishment of ao Immense libra rr bulldlogwlth tbroabraoeh buildings over the oily Bradstreets annual review will show that the number of business failure with atteadant llablllltes for 1902 Is tho lowest with two exceptions dude g the put 14 years Notice has been given that China will pay the second Installment of In ternational Idemolty for the Dour out rages la silver Tbo Powers with tbo exception of tbo United State will proketTweotytwomee have flied suit New York against railroad and cot company for damages aggregating 11 00000 The moo cbitrgo that they were decoyed from their homes locke In a bar car and compelled to aot strike breakers In the coal acids t Bradstreet annual review of bust noes conditions will show that tha yea just closed has boon prosperous despl strikes tight money and only one of the usual volume of epeoulati transactions In Wall Street Accord log to tho review the chief feature of- the year has been tho enormous oxpan r slon of the homo market A loao robber attempted to hold up the New Orleans train OB the L N t wben It was nearing Louisville Tues day morning Ho and Conductor Ieo grappled end the latter was shot In forehead but the wound Is not a aov one Capt Kcono ran to his baggage A car and securing a shot gun returned and emptied both barrels at the robber as he was leaving the train It is thought that bo wounded the Cello but DO trace of him has been dun wasiafter aero the robber relieved a paisenger red Moore of 125 Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by msnv a man enduring paine of accidental Cuts WoundI Bruises Sutras Scalds Sore feet or stiltI joints But theres no need for It Jsns Azalea Salve will kill tho pain and the trouble Its the beat salve on v2snhtor Pile too 25c at all drug oJ SlttlIt i J CRAB ORCHARD Ora Delaney colored died Ian week blepauogiends nightFor Exobango A two seated curry mltkiCO33 Crab Orchard J 0 MoWbortcr mot with quite a painful accident loaf week Ho fell from his barn loft and broke bis collar bone It Is hard to down a good man and his friends wero glad to see him on tbo iteotito soon The members of tbo Christian church have called Roy Farris of Lexington as pastor to preach two Sundays In each month for the ensuing year Ho hopes to have Rev Meldon assist him In a protracted meeting beginning the second Sunday In January nothing preventing Walter Edmlston was a guest of his daYIlIthave hose making their home at the Goner Hotel for some time made sev eral hearts happy by presenting them with substantial Christmas prevents Mr Alex Uoszlor will leave with his family for their luturo homo In Lan cuter In a sari dye to too regret of many knlgali of tho grip and other friend J T Chadwick Is moving lo from the poor bouse lo his cottage on Springs Avenue Mr Wilson will be keeper of the poor house this year Ha Is a clover citizen or Bee Lick John pallet was a guest of O P Nowland and fatnllr Ills daughter Miss Eva who bPI boon teaching school In tho country accompanied him home B Roberts who her been for a longtime with consumption died a few days ago IIII Susie Ulllloo Is visiting ret a live In Livingston Wilson Dllllon was here from Livingston a taw days J M Alrerson was up from Stanford shaking hoods and making friends among our voter Mrs Alice NewUnd has her brothers Messrs Thomas and her sons Joe and Fred also Annie her little daughter as her guests Annie will return to Oar school at Loretta after tbo boll days Mrs Sam Scott of Somerset Is rlsltlng her sister Mrs Holdam and Miss DIrt James Morris Harris of Louisville made bis homefolks a dc llghtful visit during Christmas week Misses Pearl and Clara Collier enter soloed a few evenings since with a Ping Pong party Mrs Andrew of Somor set Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Perry King Mrs Pauline Hays who has been sick Is much boiler Mr Laura Moore who has been on a vial t to her son Hal to Chicago has return ed home much to ton delight of her daughter Mrs Cbas Singleton Mrs Dub Edmtston was taken seriously a taw days ago She Is some better at present Mrs A D Basllo continues oa the stoic list and her friends are alarmed at her condition Mrs A H Bastln of Lancaster bwith her sick lister Dr Henry Peitus and wife are rejoUIng over the arrival of a son at their ptne Mrs ILL Sieger made her Sunday school elope happy by act lug Santa Claus for them Mr Ike Horrln was with friends this week Master Jim Guest Herrlo Is a guest of Tom Hays Brooaugh MATRIMONIAL Freak Stoeleyand Miss Lucllo Haw kiD woro married at Wllllamsburg J A Kllngmaa well known hors C4rlIst In ta taw dope to Miss Louisa Dancer of LouisvilleJulius Gruontgan formerly of Nicholasaswas mar ried Wednesday to Miss Mary Lou ladyaof a county Scrivenervo a to Danville yesterday and wero mado one Tho bride Is an excellent woman and we congratulate Mr Scrivener on wit Ding her Mr A 0 Jones and Miss Martha Hendren of Klrksvllle wero married at Lancaster Tuesday Too attendants Do4uto r t 0 West Eod- William Adam of Pulaskl and Miss Minnie Eubnke of this county were married at David Eubauks1 In the West End yesterday The britlo Is a band some and accomplished woman while her husband Is one of his cduntys most aubataDUallarmeraTbo says a Japanenso Koohl was married to a corpse Tho bride elect committed suicide on tho eve of her marriage The body was ro covered and at the request of the dead placebotween theUnitedburlhellI YOSEMITE A prosperous and happy New Year to the I J and members thereofIOld Oreoa River Is once more forda prcdomIDateIsoy news Notwithstanding the dry and wet a P RoodndWhere aro you Ron F F Bobbin Give us your opinion on the Venezue lan trouble and U S neutrality A white Xraas good crop year T his Is the first In three years Farm crs enlarge your barns and work as well as pray Rev Wyatt Montgomery preached at Green River church last Sunday mornjngand evening filling bis last a C2Mrswoman of Lanbamtown who has been seriously with an unknown disease ol bllo1ImproloJ River term to bis brother and traversed Lin cola county In search of a location le has now decided to locate near his former homo In Dye section Miss Sallie Wolford the oldest teacher In this county died Saturday at her home In Liberty She bad been lu bad health for some time and could oat teach last year oa that account The smallpox scare flew over this couniy like wild fire Tho excite moot lulled to some extent only to bo renewed by the death of our good friend Mr Moses Coffey Wo extend s familyMr been very sick of typhoid fever Is conva lescing C C LSD bam and family of Stanford spent lest week with friends and relative al this place Mr and Mrs Evan William a newly pair from Russell county spent a f Oaye with Mr and Mrs J T Short The brldo Is a niece of Mrs Short George and Will Huston of Huston vllle are lo the Dye scollon DOW ti lid log a barn for A Q Hall Born lo the wlfa of John Hendorsoa a 12 pound boy Pretty Miss Slllo Norlefhas Just returned to her Turnersvllle alters pleasant visit and merry Xmas with friends In ship place Messrs O L Wilson end W M Fair of Jabez and Rifle spent a few days with friends end relatives at this place LAND STOCK ETC Dogs killed 1150 worth of sheep for Joe Waro of Doyle FOR SALE Four 275 pound fat bogs at 60 II O Anderson Goshen W E Bradsbaw sold two mules to Doc Drye of Lincoln for 1150 Adalr News Sanford Carpenter of Mlllcrsburg sold a bay gelding by Pat Washington for 1100 James I Hamilton of Lancaster dfd poorly with his load of horses he took lo MississippiJeff Co of Bryantsvlllosold to McCormack S Lyoo of Hustonvlllo 33 cotton mules for about 13000 Fort SALC25 yearling steers 20 f them strictly good Will weigh 700 pounds all reds F P Combost Phi Ky F Reid sold to Tom Smiley of Lex ington a pair of threeyearold Gold dust geldings for 1500 and to another Lexington party a brown maro for250 FOR SALE 23 potion mules 3 and 4 years old 15 hands fat and good hats cd mostly broke also 12 lacks ready for service I S Tevli Shelby City i Ky 2t S W Burke sold to Frank Darkeri of Danville a pair of work horses for t200 and to the Kentucky Supply Co a pair of mules for 1160 WANTI3DI will pay highest mar ket prlco for hay corn and shelled oats at McKinney or Moroland Addreis mo at Turnersvllle C L Carter W ANTEDI want 500 barrels of corn and car load of oats to bo delivered at Moreland or McKlnney George D Wcalberfordj Huslonvllle Ky Croup The peculiar cough which Indicates croup js usually well known to the moth ors ot croupy children No time Lou be lost in tho treatment of it and forth purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not wailo valuable lime in experImenting with untried tom dies no matter how highly they may recommended but glvo this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by Craig Hockor Druggists Tbo only woman president of aNa tlonal beak In too United Statue Mrs Evelyn Towne ot Port Deposit Md a widow ot 48 is to marry Irvlno France a medical graduate In Bali h more who Is only 23 This Incident effectually pulverizes the theory that business destroys the feminine quality In women who pursue It and proves that young men sometimes marry for lovout money Lexington Democrat JESSE F COOK An exLincoln county boy who Is doing well In Lexington He Is super Intondaot of the Union Stock Yards In that city and Is the senior member of a large commission firm Mr Cook Is rapidly becoming one of the bluegrass most solid citizens Be to a Of Mr and Mrs SR Cook Of this place LANCASTER The seder men gave a New Years bopDr H M Grant has moved to the Bush residence Jobn W Woods sold a cow and calf toJT Hawkins for 840 Ike Arnold of Upper Garrard bad a solo of stock and farming Implements Miss Ethel West will be at homo to her young friends this evening from 8 to 12 Mr and Mrs Robert Embry enter talncd In honor of their brother W S Embry Mr and Mrs R G Ward entertained Now Years Evo in booorof their niece Miss Cora Ward Fred Kemper has rented the Al drldge cottage on Water street for the next two months VeDTreewsince last September Mr and Mrs Am Bourne gave a sumptuous dining at which there vela 11 cakes and other viands In like pre portion T S Elkin bought a tat cow of Geo at 3a also a lot of butcher stuff rom F Ray Jim Jones and Wesley Holtzclaw at same figures The boring for water still continues Rod a depth of over 1000 feet baa now been reached through an almost solid stratum of blue limestone Shelby Tribble tbo popular young printer ot the Central Record ofllce pee goon to Lexington with a hope of securing a more lucrative position Mrs Williams the motherinlaw of tbo Baptist minister Rev J E Wool ford call down a stairway and remain ed unconscious for soma time from the shock end a severe sprain Assessor Thomas Austin suffered a serious mishap while riding In tbo Flat woods section his horse stumbling and falling on him breaking isle leg and sustaining other painful Injuries Editor Louis Landram bad a painful dapdme- ohaalcnt apparatus of the Record office ono of bis fingers was caught In some of the machinery the end of It Iwail badly mangled and the nail entire fIp taro away Miss Nellie Anderson left Thursday for Indianapolis M F Elkin and wife of Lexington have been visiting T S Elkln and wHo Rev J F Williams sand family ot Versailles and Sire Richards of Mt Vernon are quests of Rev and Mrs J E Woolford Mrs Ike Arnold of Indiana wan called here by the death of her brother Jobn Rob Inson Little Mary Owsley Is Ill Mr O P Huffman and wife ot Stanford have been vlslllog Mrs T S Elkin The following are the holiday marry ages Miss Minnie Weeks of York and David Merrlman of Jesea1 mine Miss Ellen Oiborn and Luther Shorrar of Bryanlsvllle Miss Eliza Smith and DULler Sutton Miss Myrtle Holman and Ira Halley Miss Annie Ramsey and Mack Davis Miss Jennie Robards and Walton Bryant of Car tarsyllle Miss Lucy Turner pad Joe Turner Miss Jennie Broaddus and Loyoy Broaddus Miss Lula Napier and Mort Cook Miss Lucy Roes and S M Turner leDont Worry This la easier said than done yet it may bo of some help to consider the matter If too cause Is something over which you worryboOn the other hand If within your con trol you have only to act When you have a cold and fear an attack of pneu monla buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use It judiciously and all taupe for worry u to too outcome will quickly disappear There Is no danger of pneumonia when It is used For eae by Craig A Hacker Druggists The total bank clearings In Louis vllle for 1902 wero 1001424109 an in troves of 130392210 over 1001 and of 676802558 over 1900 Deposits are a little In excess ot 835000000 d T I 2 i i I soui iav9l1oney j Bring it hero and invest it in something to wear The winter j is still ahead of you and youll need yarn Clothing and Underwear for the next several 6monthsI IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing tour money back It youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KU i 1 THERESI17T coallInlot as the halt that arises in gae go up the chim net Coles Original Hot Blast Stoves Burn tbtt gas Thats why they do twice the service of the common Patented features which are not found on any thebetsto make Colo8 Hot Blast the most economic beater ever manufactured FOR SALE BY I Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY y I CONDITION OF I Lincoln County National Bank ee At Close of Business Dec 311902 rDFSOUnczsr Loans and discounts187785 70 Overdrafts 13704 24 US Bonds Oooo 00 Other stocks 2100 00 Duo from banks 78004 02 Five per cent fund 250000 Banking House 3000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 500 00 Cash I 10009 C7 1358124 43 LIABILITIES Capital Stock OOOO 5000000 Individual Dept 230000 BankDept 1358124 Earnings months ending 10211 DISTRIDUTED Dividend No9 pet cent 11600 Expenses Surplus 300 Furniture lfixtures fjBankingjbouso fjBad debts LA Fund pay taxes 322 fO211 OWSLEY Cashier Stanford Ky W B McROBERTS THEDRUGGIST Asks continuance of your patronage during 1903 and thanks for your liberal dealings the year Just closed rsa as ssoa- t Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right tStockholders Meeting meeting stockholders tho Lit coin County National Dank Stanford wll hold their banking house the second Tuesday January 1003 tor the purpose electing yearJ Mason HotelMRS SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything class meet all tramp 1 00 4025 i0 vPremiums 2400 65 Circulation 14838 53 250029 22 Fund to pay taxes 702 87 43 6 Dec 31 02 r3 i 2562 57 00 and 00 00 33 to 70 J B a you of A of of be at In of U D t first 89 J Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders ot the Na tlonal Dank of nuitonvllle wilt be held at theIr banking haute In Hustonvlllo the sec ond Tuesday In January 1903 between 0 and 13 a for the purpose of electing di rectors to serve yearJ Cashier Stockholders Meetingn A meeUngOf the stockholders of the Vint National Bank of Stanford will be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In electingdirectorsJOUN J McfiOUGRTS Cashier i Ij t THEINTIDUORJOURNAL 4 E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne County li t candidate for BUU Iftou Brer tubject to the action of th Democratic porty M F NORTH- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination fo Representative of Lincoln county Subject to tile c Uonof the party J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resenutiv of Uncoln County subject to the action of the party Democratic Ticket For Kallroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MC SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR HON JAMES D BLACK of Barbour Tllle who has many friends and aup porters in this tootlon has withdraw from the race for governor In a card which appeared in Wednesdays Louis yule Times ho lays Bad I gODO through a contest for the nomination I do not greatly doubt the result If the untrammeled will of tho plain people had been fairly recorded But I bay never believed my candidacy for tbe nomination for governor would be fairly treated whether In convention or ID primary And this is not so much because of prejudice against mo as an Individual citizen and democrat as antipathy against the people including myself in this section of the State upon tbo part of certain elements of our pop Ulatlob elsewhere For many who are no better by nature or in practice that the people here have In their own at romance already outlawed us The democrats of this section have never received recognition at the hands of the party elsewhere In the State except when wo have with all our power been engaged in electing candidates who chanced to reside elsewhere And be cause of this outlawry any democrat here has a hard road to travel to reach indorsement by his party fellows In the State The past and the present alike prove that a democrat In the 11th Congressional district has even poor chance to gather if he should want to do so the crumbs which fall from the politiI cal table We are sorry that Judge Black takes such a pessimistic view of the situation Certainly there is neither feeling against the splendid gentle man or his section of the State and we belleve tbat had he remained In the race he would have had to him that democrats deal out justice It mat tore not from what section the candi 4datehalls Wr Black is very popular in this county where he has made a number of tolling speeches for de mocraey patheticONE of that came to light In New York City on Christmas eve was that Pauline Markham once the queen of stage beauties Is now earning a scant sub Blsttnco by scrubbing floors In a Har lem flat building This is the woman whose arms were once described as the lost arms of Venus and to whom WbJttier Indited an autograph letter declaring her to be a pearl among pebbles She old now and has lost her beauty but she retains some meal ure of pride for she conceals her idea tlty behind a fictitious name Ten or 15 years ago men raved over the beauty of face and figure of this woman Mon ey and jewels were showered at her feet and she lived and reigned a verita ble queen But she went the gait that either kills or ruins and now there is none to aid or comfort her TUB Richmond Va Dispatch which evidently knows lets than any thing about the country newspaper business la responsible for the following What a happy life the country editor must lead I A man of consequence In the community Influential In politics in vlted to all the weddings and Christmas frolics his larder filled with spare ribs chitterlings and sausages his woodpile giving evidence of the large subscription list his paper has ho pre pares for the Christmas by preaching a holiday sermon In his editorial columns and then announces that ho wilt take a weeks rest and there will be no paper issued from his offlco next week ACCORDING to the last census there are 3530 persons 100 years old or over in tho United States The fact tbat the larger number of them are Negroes makes the figures suspicious A great many Negroes have no Idea of their ages and usually fix them by some Im portant date of which they have heard THE Hon Sidney Clark quoting offi vial figures made the surprising state melt that tho territory of Oklahoma has more banks than New Hampshire Vermont Rhode Island Delaware or West Virginia And she is as much entitled to Statehood as any of them Yearright BEGIN the New by resolving and sticking to that resolution that you will do better lo 1003 than you did in 1002 THIS AND THAT rJlr WlllUm A Clark Jr died at Butte Moat The wife of Gov Dockery of MIa sours is dead- Firemen of Houston Texas are out on strike for more money Fire at Fort Dodge la destroyed a grain elevator worth 1125000 Wat Smith a Q C brakeman was mangled by tho care at Flat Lick Daniel Turpln and Idles Lydia GI eon of Parksvllle were married at Danville W H Weeks resigned as general passenger agent of the Cotton lie railroad J P Morgan at Co of New York gave employes cash presents aggrcgi log 600000 During last year there wore 43001 teachers In 249009 public schools In tie United States Sixty per cent of the burley tobacco growers have joined the asnoclatl formed to fight the trust Another big gusher has been struck In the Wayne county oil field It Is on the Jerry Sandusky feral Several funerals will bavo to bo post pined at Rochester N Y on account of a strike of carriage drivers On a roundtrip of tho Deutschlan of the Hamburg Amorican line t20 000 waa taken for passenger aIoae H G Sandifer of Danville has been appointed commissioner of the D D at hit town to succeed Eld James LaDo AllenThe people in Lebanon are hrvlna their Lebanon Louisville Lexlngtr telephones removed because of advance la rates Thero were sold in Louisville durln 1D0i 132303 hogsheads of tobacco tbt total of which was 810696653 an average of IS081 per hogshead The Jessamine Journal reports the sale of a crop of 21000 pounds of tobacco at 124 cents the highest price paid this year In Central Kentucky Conductor Keen has Identified a pbo graph of Gus Hyatt the escaped COD vict as tbat of the man who attempted- to hold up a Louisville Nashville trDlnA man was arrested In New York charged with having attempted- to cut off a young womans hand to obtain the diamond rings displayed OD her finger A 500 barrel gusher came in atI lords Landing In Cumberland cone- y It is tho biggest strike ever tnadi In Cumberland county One man was badly Injured and the derrick deuroyI edIWhile Ray Hlckman and Mies May lOvell of Harrison county were rc turning from a New Years party at Lairs Station their buggy was struck bV a freight train and Hlckman was killed The girl escaped by jumping Burglars got 8200 and a fine gold Batch at the home of Police Judge Pence of Covlngton Burglars who niered the home of Judge Hodge of Newport were detected by the police aDd 50 shots were exchanged They seeped POLITICAL Representatives Williams of Mil sslppl Champ Clark DeArmond and nderwood form a quartet from which It is expected the next minority leader ID the Houso will be selected Mr RIchardson probably declining the hODor Senator James K Jones of Arkan las is of the opinion that the free ver Issue is dead This may ormay not le true but If it Is as defunct as Samp ooe jawboce of belligerent memory It Is still no more deceased than one J K Jones whom tho democrats of Ar- kansal have repudiated by electing Judge Clark to his Senatorial seat and whQ is now an applicant for appoint met by a republican president to tho duce of canal commissioner Glasgow TimesJ Alverson is announced for the legislature in tho county of Lincoln nnd from a personal acquaintance and- bIs wellestablished reputation for a jiHty morals business and newspaper qualifications the Lincoln democrats might search their towns vii lages and knobs and could not do bet- teI than nominate and elect Mr Al orson to reprcsentthem and our State In the Legislature Wo understand that he is popular with the masses and heres hoping Lincoln will go lor- him en masse Harrodsburg Democrat Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where- tbere are no domestic ruptures occasional Iy but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings Now Life Plus around Much trouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver trouVes They not- only relieve you but cure 25c at all- drug stores- FOR SALE Eight 60pound shoals 10 thoroughbred White Plymouth Rock cockerels 200 egg Reliable Incubator and brooder Good as new James D Shelby Junction City KyttFOR SALE50 3 and yoar old steerl dehorned and good quality IInd- must go by Jan 20 G A Gwlnn Cart wright Ky it CHURCHMATTERS Elder J G Livingston will preach at Pirie Grove at 11 oclock Sunday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Wk L Turk Is dead at Colutablaa d 75 i H A Pjeownts sold to E P Woods a lot of 175 pound hogs at 5c The pOtltoffico at Lantana Jackon county has been discontinued Tho four yoar old daughter of Lewh Porter of Boyle wab burned to deat Dr J F Young has been appointed a pension examining surgeon at Monti cello Attorneys C C Fox and Henry Jack son of Danville brve formed a part Pcnnebaker one of the fow remaining elocrs et the Society of Sha kera at Pleasant Hill U very llland not expected to live Deputy Sheriff Thomas Stewart of Bell county was shot and serious wounded by an unknown person near Waleend Twenty five poisons have died ID Scott county during the past year who were over 70 years of age Their ajtel combined reached 1062 years an aver ago of over 78 years Mr and Mrs Isaac Pearson of Dar rotlsburg have announced the ongai mont of their daughter Miss Amelia Pearson to Mr Hugh Philip Cooper of Lebanon The marriage will tako puce at an early date HUBBLE Elder A R Moore will fill his pulpit hero Sunday afternoon Jewel Spoonamoro gavo her mat friends a party Tuesday night The officer of the Christian church have engaged Eld A R Moore to preach for them another year Mrs Fannie Ball Is on the sick lilt Wm Brown will move to Harrodsbut soon Tom Reed has gone to Danvilh to live with John Williams The high water did much d ami go OD Dix River washing oil about five acrel of hemp each for J J Walker and Wm Cook besides a lot of corn and fodder for many others Jack Spoonamoro went to see his bOlt girl Sunday night and could not get home Monday on account of high water Jack said he was glad It rained to- au up the cisterns In the country John Blanks sold a milk cow to Jat- llmot for 830 G A Swinebron sold his hogs to Ballard at Ole John Robinson sold his bogs to J C Robin IUD at file E P Woods was hors Monday looking for a load of fat hogs J M Alvorson ofIbTPJtJOn- JOURALL at Stanford hoi announc a candidate for tho dlmo ratio nomination for Iloprcscntath In tbo Legislature from Lincoln county Mr Alvorson is a Richmond boy ted his numerous friends hero have vatched his different business mows with much Interest and will bo glut nov to see him succeed in his political enturo Richmond Climax A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sale sS acres smiles from Danville Ky on the xlngton pike its acres with the Improvements one sUe of a county road and It on the opposite slJe- Will be sold as a whole or separately In ipkndl tlrhborhood schoolhouse on the farm convenlen to a water mill country store and Rural delivery There Is J distinct veins of water either of which nuld afford water In abundance besides J ponds and cistern at the house and barn The Improvement mslsl of i brick nous with itInch walls rooms kitchen nail front and tack torches one of the best dry cellars In Kentucky under the tire front of the house storeroom and a number of cJosets all necessary outbulIdinRsbam for horses urrlare house corn crib shop sheds for machinery anary Ice house at the door coal house rood or lard grapes Urge fine garden asparagus bed ac- Urge beautiful lawn Interspersed with forest tree making It one of the most desirable and healthy uses In Central Kentucky There Is 150 acres whul and crass 80 acres for corn and to acres for hemp The next eroD should make first payment Danville has a population of about no srloons- n the C S R R with the Louisville Southern Ex tension a certainty Central University for boys anJ- CalJweU College for girls with a Socna building In progress and flattering prospects for the location of the State Presbyterian school the place to eJucale- your daughters and sons all of which Is calculated to enhance the value of real estate In the vicinity of nvilla from ao to per cent within the next s or eAn by the most conservative minds Will be on reasonable terms and worth the money The chaltr can have sa of the wheat crop and possession be given within reasonable time This farm hue of ly futility subsoil producing tobarrels mm newheal per acre Is a chance of a lifetime to ge a bargain Apply to Mrs Lou Lyttle on the farm of C Walton Stanford Ky L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky eaIEstateEXchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky- NoIRouse and lot In Btanfonlave roomihall JOrch In the sear goal garden neighborhood doae to churches and school Uood lot amall fam lIy lrlce fSW No 2lmU firm 37 aces Smile from blan- ford HouMOl four good rooms bark porch and nfloda Uood barn and other building In good air Cut In alx gelds well fenced 30 acts In Urallon one lUll In fruit tree real In graaa utbtatcommlHloterasaleat bargain and can ealdat and cburch- Price f33 acre Land adjoining sold for 110 and I Thisleabargain- No slIouM and lot In Stanford House nalnl eve room Uood stable and S acres of land ell fenced One of prettlMt building lots In lroom enough In front far two other cottage or a ltory front be built to the cottage and mde a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u owaer must have money No 4Two story Irani dwelling 7 rooms hili- nd veranda Uood garden fencing and house Jood repair For ule or rent Irlre reasonable No 5 House and lot In Stanford Three room nd front porch Uood garden and stable Oood- repair Will be told cheap No 7lIoulI and lot In Stanford HIorlel1Ir- ooml Good garden smoke and coat house only noo 8 Farmof SOacrr 2J4 miles from Blaa- fonI on county road 25 acrea la cultivation seven 10 pasture 2 good orchards and ret In tlmbf Two oallrottages good barn and outbuildings we- Uwered and touring fairly good Hart can bough at your price u owner llrii In Indlanspo III and mutt bAte money No farm of 222 acre four mile from Blaa- ord on bet pike In the county Sixty nerve whta 49 In corn t In timothy Gin clover sad In tilt In sit field well fenced well waternepeter railing well and and two good ponds 0 delllDKI good barn out- bulldlol Fronts pike for tureequnrtert of mile- both llenty fruit tree nd enough ttombertomake e000pora A splendid blufgraM term and calr 20 minutes drive from Ibe srecenpyrefusedl4Sueracre seat Ornerot Sine farm WoCetththis f37 60 per acre The Grand Leader Januaryi50 pairs Mens Heavy Boots 148 were 2 50 Prs full stock Boots 229 were 3 25 Mens Fine Over coats were 12 50 now 998 300 fine Hats for men worth 150 now 98c 900 Stiff Hats worth up to 350 now 79- cMens Arctics heavy Buckle worth 125 at 90 mens 1 Storm Arctics now 69c 50 pairs fine ladies shoes worth 125 at 98c 75 pairs ladies fine shoes worth 2 at 148 100 pairs Mens fine shoes worth 3 at 198 75 fine umbrellas worth 89c at 59c 1OO fine kid gloves ladies all sizes t worth go at 69c Remember these Are for as long as t ey last We must please you Your money back for the asking THE PRIGS GRANDLEADEFlHAYS LEVY Props SsB LEVYMonapor 01129 tar land with necewary lupror mot U mile from Stanford Vwelllnf has roof roomtmanda ball aud porch Large tarn smoke hours etc We1 watered and fenced end bulldinga Iin good repair Price reasonable NoIZDw lltnrofiU room htt and porch neccecsary outbuildings and garden Also large two story stern room JoiSO feet lower tOO tuppUo with counters shelve etc Water In dwelling ant storeroom also cistern and well on plate Smalt lot back ohio On mile nom Bt nlord Buildings In rood repair and dwelling originally nt 8100 andaioraotrSI2aa Mil both fbr IWO or will rent or sell separately No JJ380 acr farm Ji tulle of Crab Orchard- Ky Ilriek dwelling 8 rooms two Unaol houses two buns well andsprtng nrar dwelllnn Farm It high Itt of cjiltltnloD 130 urea aver lotion land good fencing fruit tie lrlet tn50 an ere No tIloouor land on Laneaiter strut in Crab Orchard oppo IU prlli 10 no In proTentnti icrpt larva stock bun butdiura of water retUest lullJUg site lu town Pet tJMJ No IS A nice cottaj and lot on Ltnetttci itrrrl buntord rooms good cliUrn tie Vest tlCOO will Mil for flduo No l7A farm or lee urn near IIn nTllI Dwelling of eUbt rooms hall veranda tie One tenant hountock barn large tobAcco tarn and other outbuildings Claurn and good welt In the yard and water In er held on tho plat Farm cut seven flelda and IIntdlnd No QFrm of acres situated near Klngi vtlly Ky M acre In cultivation 39 In Umlrtnl watered two nod lams and other outbuildings repair UwaUlngtotuMnUTt j new la within yards of three churchca cbool poatoOlMi and C o depot Irop rtT nee oa ilk and county road and U the most desirable arulniliataettlon W will aelltb whole farm for IX or la parcels of not less than acre to ultpureaaaer This U certainly cheap proptrty No 5tFarm of 75 acre near Wsyneeburg barn ute Well nd and bottling In I repair Productive lim- e1I0nlaada good etbborhood cloel to acbool aDd on pod na frit 8100 No MA farm of acre la Lincoln eoanly Three good dwelUngi a good barn aid other out building etch house barn stn stout the renter of too acre All on county road X mile from church school and well and will watered This la a good tcbuco farm and would lull two or thr faniUlm that might want to come from the lAme neighborhood Price reasonable No 8SA farm ol 101 acres la Cay county One and onehalf dwelllag with oIx rooine barn and other outbuilding Sixty acrea In Itlrailon U acrea In Umber Itnit tree etc well on rood close to church- achoolete Wot oalyroO No 58 Farm of tie acre In Casey coacty Two story frame dwelling two good barns and ether outbuildings In good repair tfpleoJI4 ubacco land and In good community A bargain at two eouDllDew old A welling lo lair condition llama outbuilding On county rood splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc Tbla la a de dnble home Price bee No FIly acres neat Pleaaant Point Ky Frame house S room and porch hero and other unbuilding acne In cultlt atlnn rest In ber Well watered 300 yard from pestomt school and church leya wall on elks and la goo coin 0lYehavebuyerfur250or300act farm IlIuaWd- from one to three miles Also buyer for bout acres situated from one to four milef- rom town with or without improvement Alto a buyer for an 13000 to 910 000 farm clot to town No IS Four housea and lots In Ilowland Ky Irtcs tlOO each No U 9oi4acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Two tory house 9 room hallTeranda acrw eplxndld land adjolnlngln Stanford lrop ertyln waUrand In housecls mat door Ueautlful home rice 13003 No 2J Rouwofflrsroomporchone acre of ground and good liable One mile rom town Price twO No 23 F nn of 145 tens Smile from Stanford Frame dwelling of 7 2 porches 2 Gun one- log stable and wagon abel combined the other n extra good Irate with cattle shed attached lisrn especially arranged for curin i tobacco Also ennery corn crib Vine orchard enclug In good repair Well wtered12 clUerna tic This farm hu a ormer own er and la well reserved and improved In mile and school Iteuled for OCpoIoJll2churcb and is cultivated In clover Title perfect willnipNo 2l Dwelling ore room wllh 20 acres land In iloreland Uood barn and ncesary outbuild 2 wells In orchard and 2 stir tn strawberries Immediate poucMlon Pries 1300 No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double Yera- Dw hallway Etc A large 2 alory storeroom rooting street feet from boUl italr Inlta- ble for dwelling 2 nice cottages nicely furnUhed and 4 rooms and veranda each A rgebsnionaauMlotujedaallTcry table loot sNen Vacant front by eetdeep All of thla property lain London Ky dlaa flue chance for some one to make money haa refuaed torentproport for IM per ionih Onaccountof wits only reaJOn for aelllnR proprietor dairy to exchaog farm In Lincoln county No 27A farm orttIocreeln Oirrard county mile from grail timothy lover and bluegnu except acrenj no waste Und Inely watered by springs toads and nanchathrough the place Thlnd isrich productheIIIIa hemp and tobacco Newly fined with locuit ta A orchard iprofenicnla a twotoryelgnt t room frame welling wardrobe In each room pantrlea cellar etc newly covered and painted tenant house bua and other outbuildings all In gout condition 10 good neighborhood near church school depot mofflce ant atore within 400 yard of 1bla place will be told cheap TIME AFTER TIME JdITo hue extended greetings to an cretin t ctcailDR number of customers Our business ftrows larger because more pro plo are Hading out that they can pun chase here at reasonable prices the new I ttthings in JEWELRYWatches 1IW H MUELLER AMPLE CHOICE All wish to give tl Holiday Time it is what to give that causes trouble and worry This difficulty will be lessened when you have before you 1asHoliday tgolniiday problems Pennys Drug jKy StoreI DO YOUR TRADING 41JIDuring the coming year at the old and reliable store The Gar1os Wheeler EmpDrium a HUSTONVILLE KYaYoull get the best goods at the lowest prices there t A WORD Jj We are very thankful to youI tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a continuance 4l of it during the year just begunIHookerJtaF STANFORD ty nf 1 j THE INTERIOR JOURNAL WiIUIOItloat and with proper caro Wo could not do bolter if yon paid ui double tbo PenFPERSONALS MR J C MoHLAUY t In Loulsvlllo W S KMIIRY went to Lexington Tuesday Mu n It GENTRY It confined to his bed by lilacs waIMus J P CUMMINS Is with her par enu at Crab Orchard Mn a 0 OWENS will cleric for the Grand Leader this year MRS HENRY LAMUHRS of Rich mond visited friends hero Miss PIULL NEWHDHN of Huston Tllln Is with MUs Sadie Stair MRS T O WILLIS and little Nano went to NlcholasTllle yesterday MRJ n UnioilT and family have moved to Mr Charles H Carters MIL AND MRS J W CltUTCII FIELD aro visiting relatives nt Livingston MISS LEE BoiHllTT of Danville several days with friends hero MARIE MAIIONY Is visiting EtMtss Jefferson In Loulsvlllo DV KENNEDY of McKlnnoy returned yesterday from a trip to Nash PEAROE RANKIN of Dronston his uncle Mr Thomas Me IIMR OrtKiJNiiHiutY DiuoilT hat a for a batch of Phoenix Arizona piperf JBNNIE MOICINNEY of McKin y nsy spent the Christmas with Danvil- S friend Rev ORLAND DECK is at homo fro College nil John Beck Is In Win- ChesterF DR CARL L WUEBLEK of Lcxlng tton spent Christmas with bis parents at Oustonvllle MRS O M RICE and Miss Ilattte Rico returned from a vlilt to DAn vII t friends yesterday REV AND MRS S M LOflAN and 1children Wllmoro left Wednesday for their now Miss SUE ROUT who Is with J K ILomon k Son Jewelers Loulsvlllo It the homofolks Miss ROHERTA ODANNON and brothers Loiter and William went to Orodbead yesterday I MRS WILL OVERSTREET of the Fork section of Doyle was the guest Mrs L M Westorflold MISSES ANNIE BitONAUOtl and DIrt lame of Crab Orchard were bore y ee torday eorouto to Lancaster MR C D OWENS and bride returned from Loulsvlllo Tuesday and have taken rooms at his home on Hast Main- MISSES SUE ANNIE MCKECHNIE Bronston and Kato Waldob otMoK noy wore guests of Miss Eva MoKe aleMCTflE ter of Mt Sterling aro spending t holidays with Mr W W Lyon a wife I MISSES ELLA MAY SAONDBRS and Linda Miller and Joe Lynn Coffey ao tended the bop given by Mr and M W R Dllllon at Livingston list nIg ntIn MISS SOTIE ALCORN delightfully en tertalned a number of her friends Tues day evening and on Wednesday eve nlng Miss Josephine Warren did ill wise ColorsIholidays with his wife who Is visltl CarpenterfMR JOHN WILLIAMS and family reaUyJseetheirL Williams who havo been conduct aroantuamaklng cstabllsmcnt in q Myora Homo hate ask us to tbanktb LroDl for the liberal patronage gi 1p LOCALS CAKES baked to order att Willis iWEDDING presents at Mueller I AM paying 25 coots per dozen fort eggs F M Ware MoKlnnoy 2t A COQD man wants to borrow 13000 at 5 per cent Apply at this onlco fTAtcE your calves hides chick and furs to J B Hlgglns and got c for them 3 THANKS Mr T C Ball has our t1tbanka for a check for 305 days of hapdrew and prosperity PFClcA poitodlco been at Peck Casey county with 1lIebed as postmaster PM WARE bare from Mc yesterday Do told us that the scare at his place had about 1Inney and that thcro were no now 1301If tbo bolder ot ticket N orqe 301 will call at Cummins ho will revolve tbo handsome folding bed given away by that enterprising jppv and upto date firm Is roo ITRY Eaglehards coffey Jno Bright It netGRANOE9llis r E our lamps before you buy Far L Co CRUSIIEU OYlter Sholb for chicken at Craig S flockera FRESH stock of that good coffee wo ell Blgglnl McKInney muffleret FARM Ens Please return our socks or cell sad settle for them J H Baughman k Co Llbertay cons dividend and earned 883581 to It surplus fund YOUR attention le called to tho den tal card of Dr P W Carter His of wherohedental work done thyo turn room of that church at 230 Saturday afternoon All members Bro reo quested to bo present Waynolapur day Dr J O Darker Is Of the company owning tbo well eo whpof Ytblle bavo engag ed Walton Opera Douse for the eve playtbomusical organizations on the road urea6oa TilE Stanford young man who gavo bis sweetheart a 815 umbrella and roo Ulagirme BOTH tho Lincoln County National Dank and First National Bank declar od three porcontdlvldenJs Wednesday utter carrying good sums to tbo sur plus fund Tbo Huitonvlllo National Bank carried 1100 to surplus and declared a dividend of flue percent TilE local chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution are making elaborate preparations for the grand ball which will bo given on the evening of Jan Gib This will bo a new thing in vlllo as o very thing will bo arranged Colonial style A very largo attend anco is expected Advocate JunatlofCity Is greatly Improved There s only about 10 patients In qusrantl now and they tiara almost recover from too loathsome disease The youl net sufferer from ImaUpox was too ba b hwhichofdawn with It peopleeh at byMIIe ShaT Dollgodht wore tbo evening was spent most enjoyably Tho youngsters formed a merry party to watch tho year out and tho now year TnB supervisors Messrs O jm Crow Cicero Reynolds Bedell Chan cellar M B Eubanks and D R Adam moot hero next Monday to co over Asicssor M G Reynolds work and dotheteas onB arm1oere m then half too amount It would bring at RroatIy47 cants but the low aascsimonU will prevent them from doing so unless rail wouldt4c be the emTr board of supervisors or too board of equalization at Frankfort voice them COMMUTED Gov Beckhatu present ed James Hooker colored with a Now Years gUt that must havo mado too recipient feel good all over It was a commutation of his death sentence to life imprisonment Hooker It will be remembered shot to death his wife be cause ho was tired of her and wanted to himODap letten hearted as the time sot for too hanging near hpwever and with Attorney General Pratt asked Gov Dock ham to commute the sentence which ofCcoap hoot precedent and Its movo Is an Inoxpllca ble ones That Hooker ought to bang thoro la little doubt and letting him off alto a life 80ntQDCO does not sot well even with his own race His crime- a was most atrocious ono and the most con dlgn punlflhmont It seems to us should aLorneysMeHrs Warren worked manfully for their client and It Is Indeed a victory for hem that they saved Hookers noel 7 r Try S lonej opLowerparsonage H Helm FOR RENTttuaand lot near Pences mill for rent at 1360 per month W A Trlbblo 2s talkCOMB to us about an air tight beater for your ball We can please you Biggins McKlnncy AT tho city council meeting last night too contract with tbo Stanford Water Light do Ice Co was renewed payseveral dereoglvon at Mrs Elizabeth Morgans the other night Some 30 or more guests were present and all had a good time IegM S Baughman will taKe him to Lakeland this morning His mind has been In a bad condition for come months He thinks that a continued effort is being made to poison him pUUJbu8policeman turned over to Jailor Her Bhadoa0dite boy charged wleh breaking In a freight car at Eubanks and steal Ing a lot of meat etc Jour i farsera to the treat Mr John Buchanan who has been for some years connected with the Loulsvlllo Times and later the Courier Journal has ae copied a position with too Courier Journal Job Printing Company Do will leave thn employ of tho Courier Journal on January 1 As awhereHaldeman has disposed of its Interest piytrator of the estate of John A Haldo man cod be will represent the interest jjpanycal regret to see him leave otter years of pleasant association Tho Baptist Hens Banquet DionIn it Roy O M Huey pastor of the Baptist onchurchcity was one of the most novel and en bcooro iteduauagTbo ladles of the church codeletlogiprepared a repast eight courses which would have done credit to the richest and choicest festal boards in tbo nation All the pastors In the city were Invited the following attending Rev William Sbelton Elder J W Begin of the Christian church Itov S M Rankin of tho Prcsbytorlaa church also Roy S M Logan of Wllmoro and Elder B J Pinkerton who delivered the Invoca tlon Rev n B Mahony discharged too duties of toast master In a meaner which evinced a thorough knowledge of polite and accomplished literature Tbo following responses to toasts wore offered and it goes without saying that each was thoroughly Imbued with his subject Our Guest M F Elide Social Side of Church Life Dr W OBannon Educational Side of Church Life Elder D J Pinkerton oreThe Preacher and His Patient Dr DaplltMouthChurch J H McAllster True Fraternity Hon JNSaundors The Deacon Rev S M Rankle The Old ConLuryDr b Work Rev S M LoiranIITho Sick Church Member Dr J G Carpenter i The Preacher In Politics Rey J W HaJlnitA Successful Church Roy O M Huey Tho event was not only vocal but eminently fit and appropriate la as much as Its promoters had In view a closer relation between tho members of that church and other de nominations In loot it was a movo toward tho grand consummation of that event for which the Savior prayed and which tho loading ministers of the aRe favor church unity Its effects will doubtless bo good and such practices will bo indulged ID by rising genera tlons It was replete with Innocent wit humor eloquence and bright scln tlllatlons of rare genius As over woo man was too stellar attraction and con corning her beauty and excellent char acter many words wero spoken The closing remarks by Rev O M Huey wore well received and fraught with words of good cheer and wholeso advice finding lodgment In good so honest scarf Ho has done much cement the church members and en courage tbo doctrine of Christian union and fellowship la his vicinity It Is hoped that there will be many roper done of this brilliant event and that II be so fortunate aa to boa sojourner in your good city at each succeeding a- nDjvereary DR Pr W CarterI Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats EST A Y IiCame to home the pdoe honse farm about the middle of November a pale red getbyJ T CUADWIOK Crab Orchard Ky Estray Steer A 1000pound black steer came to my byingWM IJKOK Stanford Ky needaPrinting of Any Kind Give this office a trial NEW LIVERY STABLE L W BEE k 3711 Prdrq JUNCTION CITY KY ItatexSpecialGrain and Hay For Sale FARM FOR SALEI I dctlro toicll farm of 100 acres loca ted on Knob Lick K mile of Knob Lick Station It If all No1 farming land near ly half of which II ID cultivation the re mainder in HlueOra Has on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other prlngsandm would do well to see my place W QIVENS Stanford Ky Administrators SaleOf Valuable Real Property As administrator will annexed of Mrs Clara W Blogleton deceased I will on VATCUDAY JANUARY 17 1003 Oar of public sale It not old privately that date In the wad of Crab OrCh the following valuable real estate litA farm containing about 100 urea of land sit uated on tho Orab Orchard S Lancaster about mile tram Crab Orchard twotoryframeLancaster street In the town of Crab arch ard Ky This Is a very desirable piece of peepertycotalnlnq all the necessary out and a good well on place A building lot near tho center of towu fronting on Main Street 100 feet and running back to an alley about 100 foot This property will all be sold to the highest and best bidder If not sold privately before the above date Terms made known on of tale M 8 nAUOUl1AN- Administrator with will Annexed of Clara W person haYing claims against the estate of Clara W Singleton will present them proven as required bylaw knowingthemaelnlndebted SIlsconxsam fer a favor by coming forward at onto andi c tpDR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache KldnyBladder aeheUeariDleeaeebravelDropsy i I j Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you I f nocttwary Dr Fcnnct llo baa spent a time curing Just sues casoaaiToun All I had severe coso of kidney disease and rheumatism matter Kidney and llacknchn Cum cured us both F M liBELER Kandolpb la DrucsUUfiOctl Ask for Cook nook Tresi STVITUSDANGE CURE Fcrloul1nlllCled TicFenDr Very Cheap farm ON EASY TERMS This Is a farm of 14S acres located S milts from Stanford It Is within one mile of a postoOlce church school store mill cbeee factory near a German settlement Tie farm well preserved and improved and contains a large amount of one saw timber The Improvement consist of a good frame dwelling house 5 large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra goo frame with cattle sheds attached end especially arranged for curI- ng tobacco the other a log stable and wagon shod combined also a hennery a smoke house and corn crib There It R flue young orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit Tho fencing Is of tulle and In good repair Thn farm Is water ed with never falling springs and two cls terns The owner U a nonresident and of fers this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further particulars call on or Address L R Hughes Secr Ken tucky teal Estate Exchange Stanford Lin coin County Kentucky CBS LGXIDGTOn D8mOlR At Is the only daily Democratic paper published ill tho regiondSubscription Price 5 a Year It Is especially devoted to tbm Interests of the Democratic party and glow all the news without fear or favor W Pe Walton Editor 5 Pror 1Lexington Ky eartatnslsssasas To our customers and friends we wish a happy and prosperous new year and we desire to thank them all for their pat ronage which has made 1002 our best year in business essise Our aim through 1903 will be to tone up our trade handle a still better class und larger stockof goods than ever and profiting by past experience we shall be able to give you still betcr service Hoping thrit we may be favored with a continuance of the trade we have enjoyed and more we are ready for the Now Ye- arCummins s McClar 19O3 IIs19O2I have tried to deal fairly and give you your moneys worth If I have failed it was not intentional I shall try my utmost to servo you better this year than before Come and sec mo if you want to buy All right if you dont loaf with us Leave your bundles enjoy our fire use our stationery Its as free as the water tbat runs Yours gratefully Term Cash e H J McRoberts I Out of tle frying Pag into the Fire Is an old saying but a true one in a certain sense in regard to our business relations We have bombarded you with inducements for a whole youhereBut you Cant Get Away I yourbusinessments for tho new year and promise better and speedier service Yours for busi- nessSEVERANCE SON e JOHN BRiaHT JR aCeDealers in Staple mid Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves nnd Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and4Cetnent Dr R Goldstein f OF LOUISVILLE KY Eye Specialistwill be at tho Vrij HOTELTuesdayand Wednesday January 13 and 14 An Eyo Point II you want perfect vision you should have your EYES EYESlorRetire you mon satisfactory results OWe hour A x to 4 r u THE JNTEIUORJOURNALI InUred n tnt potfajjlce at ai ttenddan maile- rltabl2araedduday 4 Qwvw 41 11 PER YEAR CASH sr When not io ildsaOOwllll eeliirt d IIKNOXV- ILLE DIViSioN o KTraln joint North 114S a m 0 2t II 230am- o South 1223am NO3 14e9pm PARKERS BALSAM ClMtMti and iwannee tii tuft a telWlUl udrayriatrfnmgL j w PRICEProprietor Ilacksmith and Carriage Re pair shop EAt Main Street STANFORD Does a general business In both lines and guarantee satisfaction Your patron age horse boelug at lOC All other work In proportion L 8a PRICE I large Dentist on Stanford Ky Ucfioberta Drag Store In tbs Oirilsr IiOCeu Ualldlcf A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Offlco Aver Wiggins it McKlnnoys Stan I Telephone S HI THE Joseph Price Infirmary li all the year tor the treatment of- eurglcal and diseases and for con inltatton Board and nnrslng ihall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Professional bills Sue when are rendered and must by paid promptly Giboney ft Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers specialty High Grade a Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses reculve personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE lone and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all times w Loran Wood Manager rr q 1a r fiC t DEALERS IN Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer Giaars Fta uUCarpenter House Olototo HAIR chronic services RIga STANFORD KY Prompt attention Nothing but the bes I to drink Mall phone tr telegraph orders receive trompt attention I have had occasion to use Jour- BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Mcdi cine and am pleased to say that 1 never used anything for itock that give half u good satisfaction heartily recommend It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER St louis Mo Sickstock or poultry shouldnot eat cheap stock more than sick shouldexpect to be cored by food stock and poultry are sick give thetataed icine stuff with worth lets stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up tho torpid liver and the possibleand Poultry Medicine unloads tho bowels and stirs up the torpid liver iftakenIoultryMedicine times over Horses better Cows give more milk Hogs flesh And hens lay more It solves the problem making as much blood flesh and as possible out of the smallest amount of food cOn umed Buy a can from your dealer H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE t desire to cell my farm ot 60 acre Just outside of the town limits It is one of tho- home around Stanford and t well Improved with a handsome twosto dwelling good kitchen and iplendl dry celar Fine water and electric furnished tree Most of the outside tent tag Is kept by others Very little fens log to do Splendid barn a cistern at doer In a state of cultivation with most of It in grass Oood roomy meat house etc Terms to ult purchaser Cal sod tee the place J S Hundley r STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice De dlng and of aU kinds In season Phone 29rIng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford PUBLIC SALE I County court day Jan UIIIuaatnl for Ih Rout help will sell to the IMONDAY JANUARY u onI It MUse an acres of Un4 on Huttonvlllc rl This property loins the Buffalo Cemetery close 1- 0l1ae1 school All the J Is In nnCeilararJeetc an the rouse his sIx 1001 rooms Allin oodrepalr1 ibis Is a dulra- ble home an only onehalf mile from town Terns of sale onethird balance In six and it months leln riUlntJ on place for balance purchase money m terest 6 per cent Any one desiring to set the plati can call en JII Wren on the premises or the un3er signet J MEN EFEE To the Coal Consumer I Raving bought out Htgglns A 81ms the coal we are now to tarnish tho people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the west market price for cash Farmer wo- will take your nay and corn In exchange for co1 at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for alcoal houseour money Orders phone U or Iloonea livery stable No M Boone Dunavent STBNFORO KY gMgJJ3eJ That socalled cheap insurance is- the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the premium may cost you a hundred in II lossThllt only solid cash in eight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of- New York can be relied o- nJesse D Wearon Stanford ixclnslve Agent for Lincoln QarrardBovle sac Cusey Counties Kentucky CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Hustonvllle KV Announcement for second term bfgln- nlng Jan 19 1803 Oscar B Fallls Ph D resident professor of Latin Greek and gherMatbcmatlc Mrs Falls graduate of the of Augsburg OermanI professor of Music German and French Miss Kate Bogle A B has been placed at the head ot the Normal Depart mentl Mitt Julia Stagg primary teacher Oerman and French taught by a allvoitnu lie by a Oerman musician of many years experience bookkeeping and general bus- Ines forma without a text boos making It practical from the beginning The Normal partmont under Miss Boglo Is to be one of thu features of the term The Preparatory Department will be taught by one at the moat teachers in this part the State Everything at very reasonable rate For further particulars address tbe- praaldent J+ G+ McMY UNDERTAKER E3IBAIMER And DealcarIn iAENESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazle It COJ Undertakers and- Embalmers f a ulO n1ALY 11 Partiltnre3fattiti 8Rng8 they will Exchange Furniture for all kindeof8toek GUethem a call Prices right 8TANFOED EENXQOKY t DANVILLE The will ot the late John RoblnloD was probated at Lancaster Monday With tbe exception of 15000 ho lelt hla largo estate to his relatives The exceptional 15000 was left to Conti College to be used as a scholarship fund WTRi Daohatd a wellknown tarn ell was holding a can Don flrocracke tils hand the other day to light It There was something wrong with tho fuse and the thing exploded almost In stantancouslr tearing oUalarge pOrtloD of Mr Denhama loft hand The jlkr was so great and tbo flesh was torn Into ao many pieces that the victim flulIercd the most terrible agony As required by law the blue print showing the proposed extension of tbo Southern Railway from Harrodsbi to Danville were filed In the clerks of flee at Qarrodsburg and Danville Mot day by the company through MI Qulssenbcrry That tbe road will be built Is now a settled fact It Is gamer ally believed that tbe road will be extended to Jelllco by tho way of Stac fordMr Jack Isaacs anti Miss Viola Edwards eloped to Tennessee Monday where they were united in tnarriai There was objection to the marriage 00 the part of tho young ladys paren and she started to visit relatives In Atlanta when Mr Isaacs mot her at Junction City and they proceeded to Tennessee They returned homo Tuee day night and were forgiven by tbo old folksWilliam Jennings Bryan Pettus of Bryarjtevllle met with a horrible ocol lent Monday lie Is only five year old and had found a cannon fire cracker which had been dropped by 10010 bOY8 Ho stuck tbo cracker in hl8 mouth and lighted tho fuse The ox loSlon toro both side of his mouth Ie erelv and otherwise disfigured hi face Although tbe escape from death was narrow the youngster Is eettli along nicely under the treatment of- Dr G A Traylor lOTTENHEIftf The German school at this place In full blast with a good many pupils In attendance We have a man In our vicinity whc Is so lazy that when ho once Ret tc work he IB too lazy to stop lllcbard Dvohouae la ill or typhoid rover Skelton Coleman boasts of be log the oldest Mexican war veteran ID this county being 70 years old The Christmas tree at Pino Grove church camo off with a largo crowd in attendance and the people all join In giving their heartfelt thanks to the generous people who donated so freely for the benefit ot some orphan children- to buy clothes for them to put on the tree as presents and especially to Eld L G Livingston and Mrs Wm T Tucker also to tbe firm of Severance k Sons for their cut In prices and liberal contribution for the occasion The people ot this community will remember them In the future The Sunday school children entertained the audl ence for nearly an hour with songi speeches and dialogues Eld Livings ton gave an Introductory talk of about 16 minutes In memory of Mrs A T Qortonwh was born In 1839 Dearest mother thou hast left UI And thy lose we deeply feel 3utlie God who bath bereft us lie can all our sorrows heal Mother thou wast mild and lovely Gentle as the summer breeze leasant aa the air of evening When It floats among the trees easeful be thy silent slumbers Peaceful In tbo grave so low Thou no more wilt join our numbers Thou no more our songs halt know Yet again we hope to meet theo When the day of life Is fled There In tTeaven wltb joy to greet thee Where no farewell tear Is shed MRS J T BROWN Tried to Conceal It Its tlio old story of murder will out my in this cue theta no crime A woman feels run down has backache or dy- spopsla and thinks its nothing and trio to hide it until She finally breaks down Dont deceive ypurself Take Electric litters at once It has a reputation for uring Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles and will revivify your wholo Item- The worst forms of those maladies will quickly yield to the curative power of- JoIectrlc Bitters Only SOc and gnaran sad by all druggists FreddieMil the bat Is the biggest- drd that flies aint It- MaBy f no means Freddie FreddieWell any way some or- them must be mighty big cause beard father say be was out on one lae- tnlgbtRlcbmood Dispatch a Why does Von Swigg wet his finger In the glass every time he takes afresh rinkBe wants to keep It moistened so bo can turn over that new leaf on theist ClaraHe gave mo an armyandna vykluMaudWbat kind Is that ClaraOh rapid fire 60 a tnlnuto Smart Set- Burglars robbed reveral stores in rrodsburg and Talmage e n t Tho Bible contains 3580480 letter 773692 words 31173 verses 1189 chap tors and 66 books The wordlIand occurs 40277 times The word Lord occurs 1855 times The word rover end occurs but once which Is In tbo Oth verso of the lllth Psalm The mid die verso Is the 8th vorse of the llStt Psalm The 21st verso of tho 6th chap tel ot Ezra contains all the letters In the alpabet exceptIIJ II The lined chapter to read la tho 60th chapter 01 the Ante ot Apostles Tbo XOth chapter ot 11 Kings and the 37th chapter of Isaiah are alike Tbo longest verse Is tbo 9th verse ot tho 8th chapter 01 Esther Tbe shortest verso la the 35th verso ot St John The 8th 15tb 211t and 31st verses ot the 107th Psalm oni alike Each verso of the 136th Psal ends alike There are no words or names of snore than six syllables r NOTHIN DOIN Kothln la comln and notbln In plow Nothin In pocket and notbln1 to do Nothln1 to kick for and nothlnto kick Notbln to love and notbln to lick Notbln to bear and nothln1 to see Nothln to want and nothln1 to be Notbln to think of nothln to fret Nothln1 to ask for notbln to Rot Notbln tbo captain nothln tbo crew Nqthln to choke on and nothln1 tc chow- Nothlnto cry for nothln1 to slug Nothln to take sway notbln to bring Notbln1 to spend and nothln1 to earn Notbln to cat and notbinto burn Notbln to borrow nod nothln to give Notbln1 to die for for nothln to the In fact theres notbln dolts 8A S Hart In tho Newark News A Marvelous Invention Ponders never cease A machine liar been Invented that will cut puto and hang wall paper The field of inventions and discoveries seems to be unlimited Notable among great discoveries is Dr Kings New DlicoVery for consumption It has done a world of good for weal lungs and saved many a life Thousand have used it and conquered Grip Dron chits Pneumonia and Contumption Their general verdict ies Its the beet- and most reliable medicine for throat and lung troubles Every 60c and 11 bottle is guaranteed by all druggists Tad bottle freeThat lemon juice will destroy the typhoid germs In water la authoritatively announced by tbe Chicago Health Da artmcnt after careful experiments One teaspoonful of the juice to half a glass of water Is known to be a good combination and repeated trials have Invariably produced the aama result every germ was killed Tho nicest and pleasantest medicine I have used for Indigestion and constlpa Lion la Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Melrml F Craig of Mid legrove N YTbey work like a charm and do not giipe or have any unpleasant eOcct For sale by Craig d locker Druggists The Star Theatre bulldlog In Atlat ta which cost 830000 burned while a vaudeville company was giving a per romance and some of the members Sad narrow escapes r For a bad taste in tho mouth take a few- doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets Price 35c Warranted to- cure For isle by Craig HockorDrug its rChick Harris a married man shot and wounded Salllo Edmonds aged 18 becaule she would not elope with bim- aDd killed himself at Washington Ga t4I wrote to Doctor Pierce who sent me a very kind letter and advised me Thousands of weak and sick women can trace the beginning of a new life of perfect health to that letter written to Sick and ailing women arc invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence held as strictly private and sacredly Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription cures weak and aching backs nerv oneness and other womanly ailments by curing the womanly diseases which cause them e1n the spring or I became very iltv writes Mrs Scbolts of Iake Washing ton L iutur Co Minn my back was very weak and ached so that I could do no work at all so I was obliged to take to my bed I felt a constant desire to urinate and the pain In abdomen were almost unbearable I wrote to telttrtandadysedand Golden Medical Discovery I took six bottles of each and am a well woman now I cannot enough in favor of Dr Pierce medicinesFavorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate women Biliousness Makes- Chronic Invalids When the liver 1s torpid and falls to do tie work the bile enters the blood u a virulent poison Then Icomes constipation btliousneat sick headache fever jasd malar1o The only treatment that gives the liver put the sight touch and state Natures work ta the rtgnt manner is DAVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The pm touches we liver and Ute pellet toile tfek sy t m 23 dose for J dip cost 26 cents and ua Ices your cue Is exceedingly tt you V will be well before you flnUh Sample free For aale 4all dealer IFOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS iD AT PENNYS DRUG STORE I First National BankStanford KY Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wa originally established as the Deposit Rank of in 1SSI then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 1IU and again reorganlced as the First National Bask of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an un Inter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact promptly and well than ever before In Ita long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Hustonville Property for Sale 1 will offer at private sale my propel situated on the north II of Main a aD JlutonY1I1lIranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable having on same a nice liver barn 61x73 and all outbuilding neccMa for hotel and livery purpose and good vii cant lot for private residence if desired Everlaitlng water In abundance Proper- Is well arranged for private r ai is nOW rooted for that It you want good paying properly In llutoavllle tall on or address D S Carpenter Uuton vlllr Ky POSTED J We whose name appear below triad forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tresspasilng on our place and will proell cuto violators to the extent ot the law J Nevln Carter I W Carter James McOormack J F Dover Mrs Maggie Bibb James N Cub Mrs J White James Mestrr Alex Trayllr Tom Stone Miss Mattlo Hewea Joseph Ilallou J W ST Harris W n Dudderar M K Lawrence J T ninraman W V Qrlmcs Mrs Malcena Lawson T A lUce Sirs Marv 0 Given 15 Hooker Peter Balmer W R Amon A D Root K T Pence Oeo O Hopper Holmes JohnMrs Mary Huffman Foster A P Iendleton O L Ashley Commissioners Sale Untoln Qrcult Court W L McCartv Plaintiff vs J a llaghes be- Defendast Cqulty- By virtu of a JuJcmtnt ant order of sale of the LIncoln circuit court rend re4 al the November term thereof rpm in the stave UUM for the turn of Sic o MiKJ ty hS FeD SM nilI Feb v spot n4S6pU April M 1901 oni for the of tie subJectblhI followtnic credits Si pall April u iLl the forthei sum of reined by fI ptU ppmetunover for sale at the courthouse to the highest MUer it public outcry on MONDAY JANUARY 11901- AI u oclock AM or thereabout wing cunty cowl Jay upon a credit of six months the following dto scrlle4 property towlh Sltuate1ln Lincoln county Ky on the waters of Fishing Creek Southwnl acm an4 bounced thus b elnnlnz at the comer of a tract of tanJ Klongins form rly to con cal Itouten thence S W rot poles to s white S M w jl role to a forked ror aa W si Soles to s turns S jo W polos to a chestnut an 4 dog rood N W us poles to a white maple and wood eq E tto to the Uelnnlne conuislni us seres TernsFartbi purchase trice the vur chaser with approved security cr securities hurt lecut bond bearing legal Interest from lire day ot sale until paid ant having the force and effect of a judgment UlJJers will be crcparej to comply prompt rim these terns C Commis- s10nerCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court WT Stephenson AJmr rialntlff vs W Btepheosons and Devisee Deft virtue of a Judgment and order of sale- of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the November term thereof 1092 In the bovo cause I shall proceed to offer for ale at the courthouse In Stanford Ky to the highest bidder at public outcry on Jan 12th 1903 at 11 oclock or thereabout being county court day upon a credit of 612 and II month the following descrllied property tolIllI A house and lot In Crab Orchard bounded on North and East tho land of John llucb inane Hrs South property of Mr Jtet- tle King and Stanford Streets containing bout four acres 2nd A tract of about 2Ji acre on Cemetery Street In Crab Orchard bounded North by Cemetery Street East by- the landsof Mrs Laura Moore South by the landsof J W Quest and West by the land of Mlddleton 3rd A tract of abou acre on Somerset road near the poorhouse bounded on the North by the land ot harlle Carson East by tho Somerset road feat by the land of John Turnbull South lap the poorhouse farm ilh A tract ot about G6J acres of knob land bounded on- the North by the land of Joseph Welch on- the East by the land of J W Guest on the South by the land of Mat Hlanton and West by the land of Jrnen Taylor four tracts will be old lor the purpose In part of paying the debts of the decedent also for division of the proceeds nongst those entitled thereto after costa of this suit and cost of administration are uttled For tho purchase price the pur chuor with approved security or scour lee must execute rearing legal 1terest from the day of safe raving the force and effort of ajudgment Idders will be prepared to comply prompt with these terms llY n 0 WABUEN Commissioner OffJoers rJ B IIOOKKK Prest J J UoKOunilTB CuraW H WKAUKNnkpr Directors F held Danville 8 T llarrli Stanford J B Hooker Stanford W P Walton Lesiogtcn J Ii Collier Grab Orchard M D Hmore Stanford B H lUughman Stanford T Hill Stanford 1ta Robinson Rubble J llanehtnan Stanford W V Tate Stanford FORRENT byWmIneranceJ II OWSLEY r Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court w L McCarty rialntltr vs J M Cham Equitylorder of sale of tie Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the November term thereof IBM In the above cause for the sum of tIJfl with In terns at the rate of 6 per cent pot annum from the 10th day of lDe2 until paid and his costs herein I shill proceed to over for sate at the courthouse door In Stanford to the highest bidder at public outcry- on Monday Jan 13 1902 at U oclock it or thereabout being county court day tollowlnldescrtKlngsville In Lincoln county Ky In two tracts 1st Hounded thus beginning at stone near the dwelling on said land may lag 8 3 W 01 pole to a stone ID W T War phvi old line with same W 10 poles and f aka to a stone In said Una and thence to Jesse Wright thence his line N W 78 poles to a stone cn South tide of road thence wltb center of said road 8 13 K JOVf pole to a stone thence W13 poles to containing six acres Cod Rounded thus beginning In center of the county road Fast of and near tba dwellingon fist tract at a stone S W 111aIn Mnrpbythencea stone corner to first tract thence S 60 R 11 poles II links to a stone corner to tract thence NI W 10 poles with lintjline to the centre of county road thence N 85 E J poles and 8 links to the beltlnlnC containing acres 3 roods and 2t poles ot land or uthh1nt thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be mad For t the purchase price the purchaser with sp executebondIDle until pain and having the force and effect of will be prepared to complypromptly with these terms H 0 WAKBEN Commlea- tonerCommissioners SaleILincoln circuit court DowelleeBy virtu of a Judgment ant order of sal of the r LIncoln circuit court tanjerlat the November term thereof too In the above cause shall proceed to f KytoMONDAY JANUARY iTH looj belllrceunlycourtdtytracts of land hereinafter dticrlred Ant a u acttractps15014 to hllll T IJ Adams pth day of June die beginning ala while oak corner of the reo acv tract pitented seal Adams N it roles to 4 su fl- gar freest lhs mouth of s branch where enters Glade Fork thence N61a E n tales to I cut down white 14WlienBitetonethncenow to Johnson Ihmm thence his Une Svl W pointSf foot of a hill thence corner of Dabnev Gooch and alto comer 01 thearoreuld 1eo acre patent thence with line of the too acres Including a on by the 04 cres N 60 ra B to poles to s dogwoodi thence N u poletosnd tract beginning at a poplar gut snd mining white oak with maple pointers on a flat rldt the le ntonyGoochbeech near the foot oUhe hill thnc S 6r ts Wit thncHthenceNnear the foot a hill Gooch s corner also comer to Hi9poles to a whlll oak thence N 12 En pole to a large white oak corner of the W acre tract thence ItWtown pin oak In upper end of a small bottom lieU hens S I W II 6 poles pats a sugar tree comer W IJ Denny In all So poles to a stake his In said la talso comer of Caldwell thence N So W t jo to the Clnnlng contalnng m tfioo acres jrd tract begins at an oak pod and fallen double ickoak the betlnnlng comer of salt patent iho Rogers comer near his rIRI house thence N E with Roger line e03 11Olello two white oaks hickoryInN W aS poles b two Sour Woods thence S 63 W 16 poles to two black aka th nee S L9 poles to a Dennyhence t plook comer also to P Reynolds line thence his Iin S si 14 HI poles toepost oak line end fallen torkeJ black oak corner to Reynolds sal Wheels hence with Wheelers line N 11 E n poles to Ih beelnnlne containing Is aio acres The lands lnclncapablof division the sale Is for the rose of dividing the proceeds amongst thou entitled therJeach tract to be told separately TERMS For the purchase price the purchaser lIh approved security or securities must execute ondln Installments bearing legal Interest torn the day of sale until IJ and having the an1 effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared tq amply promptly with thes terns R C WARREN Comr