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IFSEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i I VOL XXX r STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY G 1903 9 A M NO 86 INEWS NOTESI John Haley a Lexington barkeeper committed suicide Henry Taylor of Lexington ate five p quails and won 9100 Ella mill a noted Mexican war vet oran li dead at Independence Mo Over sir billion cigars wOo smoked In this country during the last fiscal year naif of the town of Olla La was de Ore of Incen diary orhrlaISan Franclico aod Honolulu aro now connected by cable The wire It work- Ing perfectly Four bojTdled ot lack jaw at Norfolk Vo ai tbo result of Injuries reo celved from Christmas toy pistol Thrco persons were killed and a doze en moro Injured by dynamite explos toe In Oak Hill Colliery at Pottsvllle 1a flat EtUI of Logan county was shot and killed by nock Roborlion Both were fArmeri and had long been one tplei The right of the police to keep the photograph of a man In the rogues gallery Is to bo tested In the court of New York The Ore loss of the United States and Canada for the year 1002 li placed at IUO200830 as compared with 1101 317450 ID 1001 Ererelt Smith town marshal at Olla La was shot to death while cndeavor Ing to cloio a saloon there Six bullets pierced his heart Boyd county magistrates have In- creasedL tbo county attorneys salary MOO the county clerk 1100 and the superintendent of schools 1250 Tbo report of the Tennessee Prison Commissioner shows that the profits kQm the State coal mines worked by convicts amounted to 1100000 during laity oar The banks of New York paid 1160 000000 In dividends and Interest falling duo Thursday At 6 per cent Interest this represents an Invested capital of 25 billion dollars Suits have been flied bv the State Auditor Intbe Franklin county court against the sureties of the lato J M Preston U county clerk of Johnson to recover alleged shortages of 1150 It develops that an oftlcer In approved full dross uniform excepting a pair of russet shoes was the Innocent cause of the changes In the United States ar my uniforms which have just gono low effectAt the beginning of the New Year the Stata of Kentucky baa 11114608 51 In Us treasury and AudltorCoulter says the miscellaneous claims aro more nearly pall Up than at any tlmo In reo cent years The throwing open of the oil fields In the Ulntah region by the government resulted In a wild stampede and earner ous fights All the claims will bo tak eo In a week at the present rate A gang of cowboys raided the camps of oil boomers and captured a number rich claims Sheriff Dudley of SulUrao county led whose office WAS declared vacated by Gov Durbln has refused to surren derthe offlco to the coroner of the county The governors action was bled on the lynching of a Negro who was In The mother of the Negro will sue Dudley and his bondsmen for damages r M7 flap well enoughof night And the blamedest appetite Ever mortal man poutMed j s farmer Is the very picture of a nun advanced in yean yet in the enjoy appetitethe chief futon in a ageLueby food when itIsd and assimilated digestionfalls of nutrition which soon shows itself in physical weak q tress nervousness i sleeplessness etc PlercesIcures diseases of the stomach and outer organs of digestion and It strengthens the way posslbleby the as imitation of the nutrition extracted from rood I used ten bottles of Dr rime Golden Dlaepverylabit Pleasant Pelleta Yr seuIMas rlDIr and hare bad no trouble with Indigestion since write Mr W T Thompson of Townson Broatiwater Co Montana fall to tell bow thankful am for the relief at I had auf erect to muclt and It seemed that the doctor could do me no Rood down In weight to US ana was not able to work at all Now I weigh nearly and can do a days work on the farm I have recommended your medi tine to several and shall always have a good word to say for Dr Pierce and UU medicines The Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages in covers is sent free tion receipt of ai onecent stamps to pay nlC mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y burjtIirlThe town hall and Jill at Morehead wore blown up by dynamite Women are fast taking places form ly Oiled by men at banks In tho West Thirty millions dying In heathen lands each year moro than one each second The crews of two locomotives on the Uutland Vt railroad were killed In a Plltman who killed his brother near Campbellsvlllo In Novem ber banged himself In jail In the last six moths the State has collected from the estates of Idiots now confined In fco State institution about 10600 Jack Brow a Negro convict was executed In tbo Richmond Va ponlr tentlarr for the murder of a convict foilowI Fire at Central City destroyed Penrods bakery and confectionery and W W Griffith undertaking es tablishment The First National Bank ot Oblng don III was robbedt ol 11200 by five men who bound and gagged the night watchman and blow up tbo safe A man registered as Edward Jack son but believed to be Lucky Baldwin the famous turfman Is under treatment for cancer In San Francisco Topsy the famous baby elephant which has killed four men will bo hanged at Luna Park Coney Island ass precaution agalnsl further casualties Tbo lax rate ol New York City will be cut In two by the Low aomlnlitra tlon The valuation of real estate has been raised 11500000000 above that of last year The New Years tree at the girls building at the Rouses of Reform caught tire and considerable damage was done to the room before It was ox tlngulshed Tobacco growers of Henderson and adjoining counties aro forming an organization with a view to curtailing production and thereby securing better prices for tobacco James Q Robbln the missing prost dent of a bank ot Sllverton Col which was closed on account of tbe presidents disappearance was found deal He bad shot himself In the head The saloonkeeper at Brazil Ind will try to force the city Into the hands of a receiver They hold 112000 worth of unpaid city orders and It Is said will retaliate for numerous prosecutions Luclen Lyne received a check for IOCGOGO from James R t Foxhali P Ieene the first payment on the years salary of the great jockey to ride ID Eo lard Lyne salts Jan 14 One nun was killed and 28 others were slightly Injured In a wreck on tbe Southern railway near Henryvllle Ala Saturday night A derailed freight oar sprung a rail and a following pas anger train was derailed In a cut KINGSVILLE Misses Hicks and Grlftln have prom ise of a full school In connection with their Normal department Mr Crockett our Boston citizen will teach a select school at his homo here We wish him success In his new enter prise Pierce Alford who was soot and see riously wounded some llmealoce In Ar kansas I getting well and will soon be able to return to his home here This Is goodnews to hit friends Our town Is greatly In need of a half dozen first class carpenters palmers paper bangersf etc as our clllzeoa aro constantly building remodeling end otherwise Improving depending however mostly upon amateur work men If we bad a tow good carpenters wo would perhaps eland a better chance of having some new sidewalks A good shoemaker would also do well hero It Is said Your correspondent spent Christmas very delightfully with Somerset friends and relatives Mrs Wallace Walter and little son Joseph spent a portion of the holidays with her mother and lister here Joseph Upthegrove wife and children of Danville have been visiting her peronts Misses Mary Bur ton and Ella Welts camo up from Som erset to a portion of tbo holidays with tbo homafolks Mrs Dan Hester who has loon III Is Improved Mr W R Cundld and wife are preparing to move Into their new homo henry Routen who moved to Indianapolis some months ago has returned to tbo old Kentucky home Dont Worry This Is easier said than done yet It may be of some help to coualdnr the matter If the cause la something over which you hue no control it is obvious that worry leg will not help the matter In the least On the other hand If within your con tol you havo only to act When you have a cold and fear an attack of pjieu monla buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use it judlclouayand all cause for worry as to tho outcome will quickly disappear There Ino danger- of pneumonia when it Is used For sae by Craig 4 Hooker Druggists Tho Muddle in tho Thirteenth Judicial District There Is a very unfortunate state of affairs In the 13th judicial district A convention was held at Danville Deo 10 to nominate candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney A split resulted and two candidates for each of these offices aro now claiming to bo the democratic nominees the In cumbents of the offlces Judge M C Saufley and John S Otriliy Jr on tbe andIOdistrict ache politically and un lass the governing authorities of the whoTarem to people tbe result will ba the election of tbe republican candidates who are already regarding the situation with delight The Demo crat does not undertake to say to whom belongThatIts only concern Is the welfare of the party and tbo object of this article Is to call the attention of the Stato Cen tral Committee which meets at Frank tort next Monday to the matter and to I6slst that Investigate the claims of the contestants and either decide between them or refer the question to a caseIof Moody vs Trimble In 1000 In this Congressional district If the matter Is done tbe election could bo held on primaryMaypense all around We would also sug goat In view of tbo fact that the friends of Mr Robert Harding think that be was not given a fair deal In tbe convention that the bars be thrown down and he and any others who wish to contest for tbo nomination for either olfloe bo permitted to do eo Instead of limiting tbo candidates to the present claimants of tho nominations There has been talk of taking the question to the courts but In the case referred to of Moody vs Trimble 22d Law Re lappealsdecIdedthe ones to settle such questions and that It will entertain jurisdiction to settle them If at all when they fall or refuse to do so The settlement of tbe matter means the continuance of demo cratic Judicial officers In the district A failure to do so Insures their loss Tbe committee should act at once In questioniiwill the split become and the less tbe chance to get the factions together Lexington Democrat PAINT LICK RJV Lawrence will preach at Fair view tbe second Sunday rushingbusinessrill have been compelled to work all night in order to catch up Following Is the result of the election of ofllcers of Paint Lick Lodge A 0 U W J Sam Campbell M W S B Jennings Foreman W F Parks Over seer W T Dunn Guide Milton M Smith I W 0 L Hammack O W W F Champ Recorder Flnley A Davis Receiver Jas O Rucker P M W CltlIIcalled to his home at Lebanon to see hie slier who Is dangerously Dr Walker has been In Louisville Ike Arnold has taken possession of tbe Veranda Hotel Rodney Grlggs has mov ed to his hew residence on Lancaster Street O Shumate has a carbuncle on his temple that la giving him much pain Milt Condor has returned to his havingboulbt DwightWoodsVirginia Mrs G W Kemper has rc turned from a visit to relatives In Ow on county Misses Christine and Ma great Engleman have been quite lick- FIDla Dayla who has been with Fish Co for some time has accepted a po sition with A B Ettridge James Bulnerwbo has been with Mr Eatrldge for several years has accepted a position In a wholesale grocery at Rich mood Printed siallonery something that every farmer and stock dealer ought t bavo Every business man uses print ed stationery even though ho has pa per stock on his shelves at about half the coat became ho knows the advan tags of the prompt return of letters no delivered in a reasonable length o time after reaching their destination IHs also more business like abd many times saves the trouble of writing the second letter The price of wheat at Chicago has fallen two conta during the past week DIQlculty In moving tbe corn crop outIloOk t bIe MR W P WALTON Who celebrated yesterday his Ural an niversary as editor and owner of that splendid dally tbe Lexington Morning Democrat Mr Walton hat not bad smooth sailing at all times since bo bought the papar but we are glad to state that bo has overcome all obstacles and the Democrat for the first tlmo In Its life Is a money maker Instead of a money loser He will make some decided Improvements In his paper dur log tbo present year LANCASTER Elder A R Mooro preached a One New Years sermon The clly council regaled themselves with a goose supper W R Cook bought a bunch of hogs of Crlt Eubanks at 5c Mrs A R Mooro entertained some lady Mends Thursday- A Garrard tobacconist reports an ay erege of 8125 per acre The week of prayer bclogobservtd here by union services Garrardfellblue Dr J B Klnnalrd has tod an acre lot on Water street to Mr Alex Beaz ley for 1200 Ernest Brown of this city Is travel- Ing as subscription solicitor for the Christian Guide James Patterson of Arizona Is visit log his aged mother after an absence of a number of years Dr E H Pearce tbo Methodist pastor has taken a room with tbo Misses Tlllott on Danville street Eld and Mrs R M Campbell attend ed the Alexander Campbell golden wedding celebrated at Lexington Judge and Mrs J C Hemphlll entertained Elder and Mrs A R Moore and Dr and Mr YoS Beazley Frl day evening Henley Bastlo and Guy Davidson en tertained quite a host of the younger set at tho Mason Hotel on last Saturday evening Sweeney Morgan sold 40 cattle aver aging 800 pounds to J B Ruble Thos Herring bought a Joraey cow of Mr Dunn for KIP The name of Miss Emma Doty WIs read out at tbe Presbyterian Sunday school as the only pupil who had neyar been tardy or absent during 1002aThe Studebaker wagon contest was won by Frank Pierce and the hardware merchant K F Poatle awarded the lucky winner a floe twohorse wagon The number of Interments Its the Lancaster cemetery for 1002 according to the report of the sexton S B Berry wore 5439 adults and 15 children Dr E H Pearce preached at the Christian church Monday evening and the other preachers will also deliver sermons and exchange pulpit In the week of prayer series The Ladles Aid Society will give a reception to the members of the Christian church Friday evening and the Dapgvited to meet them Hours 7 to 10 At tbe annual Masonic election for the ensuing year the following wore chosen Louis Landram worshipful master Jacob Joseph senior warden RobertM1Klnnalrd secretary David Ross treasurer A T Anderson tyler Rev C M Chumbloy senior deacon Fred P Friable junior deacon G S Grecnlca and Aleck Bishop stewards Mrs H N Faulconer and little daughter of Hillsboro Ohio aro ox pected this week to visit relatives MI a i MissoEliza Jones of Boyle has been the Margaret Miller left Saturday for her home In Richmond MrA Lewis Doty of Lincoln la visiting relatives here Miss La Verne Bruce of Louisville lathtMlsaesfMary and Bertha Burnslde Miss Edna Remedy of Montlcello has been visit log Christine Bradley Mrs William Broaddus and sou of Louisville are visiting Mrs Jonnie West Misses Hel en and Martha GUI left for school at Glendale Ohio yesterday W J KIn oalrd Is visiting his parents Mica Wit lie Belle Burnslde has returned to the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Mrs Margaret Williams ot Versailles Is ToRice of Richmond par eels Mr and Mrs Leander Davidson fuJthve 9l1oney Bring it here and invest it in something to wear The winter is still ahead of you and youll nced warm Clothing and Un derwear for the next several months 00 IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T 01 mILLER Daiwiiie Ky THERES asInthe half that arises in gasjgo up the chime hey Coles Original Hot Blast Stoves Hum thtt gas Thats why they do twice the service of the common Patent ed features which are not found on any thoheatto make Colors Hot Blast the most economic beater ever manufactured FOR SALE BY Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKYo Who Shall Fill It There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prcscriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to bo had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against itThen you do this we shall expect to servo you When we fill your prescription every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky A WORDsa sosss ss We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further bya con tinuance of it during the year just begunCraig Hocker STHNFORD 1 WB McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Asks a lcontinuanoo of your patronage durIng 1903 and thanks youfor your liberal dealings of the year quit closed s Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne County U a candidate for State TrMI nrtr lubject to the fiction of the Democratic prt- MF NORTH 7 a ctnJIJite for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for hep rtxntatrve of Uncoln County subject to theaetlonof the party Democratic Ticket jKor Rail rend CommissIoner t C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge i M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR TUB embezzlements and defalcatlo- aurloij 1002 amounted lo 16769125 8S against 54085 660 In 1001 but arc Rtlll far below the average for the list 20 years Three years ego they were tbe smallest on record amounting only to 82218373 The largest amount was In 1884 when they were 24154000 It r not likely that the embezzler and defaulter will ever cease to be among w But considering the extent of the work In the last 20 years It is for unate when moneyed Institutions lose nomoi than six or seven millions In a year Of this years total the banks lost 82 010 321 and loan associations 8471401 Government official State county and municipal have been quite considerate They have taken only 8018403 agents 81032041 and clerk cashiers and book keepers In the mercantile bust ness 1487691 his an eloquent trio buto to the honesty of postmasters that they have only abstracted 87202 of Uncle Sams money THIS horrible story of poverty Is tel eeraphed tram St Louis the home of many millionaires and some pbllan throplsts Sick and tossing upon a miserable couch In n povertystrleke abode and surrounded by her live young children the police found Mn Nancy McKane slowly dying from bun fzer The dead bodies of her busbam and 16monthEold grandson lay In the rams room There was no lire and no food One of the children lay on the couch with the suffering mother flush ed with fever The husband had dIed from consumption the day before and the Infant grandson bad succumbed o Insufficient nourishment FRIENDS of Hon Ito ertJ Breckln ridge feel that the withdrawal of Eon James D Black of Barbourvllle from the gubernatorial race will materially trengthea Mr Brecklnridge in the section from which Mr Black derived hid greatest support sari the Danvllli Advocate We sincerely hope It will help Judge Brecklnridge win the nom- Ination He would make a capital ex ecutive and heres hoping hell get there TUB Now Years reception at the White House waa one of the moat brll llant events to Washingtons recent lio clal history Nearly 7000 people attended and President Kooseyelt gave a cordial handshake to all callers pro longing the reception more than half an hoar beyond the axed limit In ordAr that all might be received Represen Xatlves Gooch and Gilbert of Kentucky were among those who attended WITH James D Black out of the race there Is no longer any doubt as to who will be the next governor of Kentucky A happy New Year to you Gov Beck ham London Democrat Wrong you s are MOlt of Judge Blacks strength will go to that wheelhorse democrat Judge R J Breckinrldge who by the way will be Kentucky next chief ex ecutive THE statement of Rev J A Barker that In Michigan and Wisconsin before capital punishment was abolished there was ono murder to every 33000 of population and that In 1800 there was but one murder in 138000 is 1m portent If true It has always been thought that the abolition of the death penalty tended to Increase homicide HAVING announced a pension plan for the benefit of lie employes let us hope that the Standard 011 Company may now consider the advisability of pensioning consumers of kerosene who otherwise bid fair to land in the poor 9houseI A LEXINGTON dispatch says that Heathen Moore editor of tbo Blue Grass Blade Is going abroad Let us all hope that the old Infidel will like the other aide well cnougb to take up his abode there fAKKNTUCKY editor rises to remark who try the lemon juice Ipreventl ve of typhoid fever will find j that a little sugar and a little whisky will improve the taste of the Juice very tmuch e DuRolle of Louisville gays be IJnot a candidate for the republican BDtnlnatlob for BOTornor L I POLITICAL Wyoming has twofemaU justices 01 the peke i Samuel Black of Mercer has an- n UDCe1for Representative Nothing was done at the meeting of the State executive committee a Frankfort yesterday Jessamine county democrats will bold a primary on March 3 to nominate a candidate for Representative The January term of the court of appeals opened and the new judges were sworn In yesterday Judge Burnam II chief justice The republican district railroad con mlttoo fixed May 2 as the date for county conventions and May 0 for the die trlct convention which Is to be at Par Is After reading the expose of munlcl pal corruption In Minneapolis wo art still Inclined to believe that republicAn ring rldden Philadelphia Is the most corrupt city la the United States Senator Norflet has withdrawn from the race for Speaker of tho Tennessee Senate This leaves tale anttsalooi men In control and an extension of temperance legislation Is expected Former State Senator Dibrell has entered the contest for controller of the State of Tennessee at the eleventh hour A bitter contest with Controller King who aspires to reelection Is expected With the opening ofm the new year United States Senators will be chosen by a number of Stato Legislatures ic eluding those of Illinois Delaware Kansas Idaho Michigan Wisconsin Colorado and Washington Allle Young chairman of the demo jratlo State Central Committee has given out an interview censuring Urey Voodson for his recent attacks and In Icnatc u that the latter may shortly be removed as National Committeeman The announcement of Gov Beckhaot la regarded out here In the 11th as a rood enough platform for the democrats to get together on and to stand ipon until the freezing over of the warmest place mentioned In the Good 3ook Somerset Journal The Alabama Leglelaturewill be cod ened next week for ao important eec lon Being the first one since the adoption of the new constitution the idjustment of the statute to fit the new Instrument will bo a task that will xcltd morn than usual interest The bill extending the operation of tho fourmllelnw to towns of 5000 or less inhabitants seems destined to pass the Tennessee Legislature If It toes and the showing of strength Is teemed sufficient by the anttaalopa men they will also try to pass a high l cense measur- eJ M Alverson of the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL has announced a9a candidate for Representative in Lin coln county Mr Alverson besides being a mighty clever gentleman has been a wheelboss in his party always rocking with the boys in the trenches nnd never asking for office before ancaster Record THIS AND THAT Louis Pllcher will start A paper at Wllmore Factories in Trenton N J may have to close because of coal famine The Hungarian House of Represen tallies la the largest in the world It has 751 members Humiliation over tier niece marrylni a traveling showman caused a Missis woman to kill herself Disturbances In tbo Interior Cblncsi provinces are spreading and 500 troops have been sent to suppress them Hampton West an aged farmer of near Nobleivlllo Ind Is under arrest charged with stealing two bodies from- a cemeteryA panic has occurred at Caracas Venezuela Tho bankof Venezuela closed Its doors refusing to exchange bank notes for silver The annual reports show that 1328 have gone aa foreign missionaries and the converts number 1315544 The converts last year numbered 93607 The 20th century Methodist thank offering exclusive of collections In the nurcheaon the last Sunday In the year and watch services Wednesday amounts to 820634960 Judge Williams of counsel for the proBccutlbnln tho Caleb Powers case yesterday filed a petition with the court of appeals for a rehearing on the ap peal A similar petition was filed in the Howard case Consequently the retrials of both cases In the lower courts will be delayed until the peti tions are passed on MATRIMONIAL John loung aged 17 and Dora Hays 14 were married at Elwood Ind John Collins a widower of 48 and Mile Emma Davit wero married at Mc KIDney last week Garnett Johnson and Mica Mattle Reynolds wero married at Highland by Rev J M Cook Sunday- J W Walker merchant of Greens burg and Mlec Mary Holllday of Columbia will be married tomorrow- A Richmond special gape A double wedding which caused a great deal of surprise took place here the contracting parties being Miss Minnie Jykes and William Ambler amuslclan of Cincinnati 0 and Miss Bessie Lackey daughter of County Jailor James Lackey and Thomu B Collins a promlocatgrocer IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES hire A p Cunningham Is dead 10 Mercer hMiss Luoy Walklofaged 50 is dead Porryvlllo Boyle county produced 12201 pounds of hemp last year Smallpox at Bondvllle Mercer county Is spreading add there are now case there John Magee has sold gals Interest In the store of k MagoeLlvlngsu to Mr Davis of jjarrard county Two prisoners who broke jail at MId dlcsboro torso each from tbe town befora taking their departure Pat OBrjao of Kings Mountainwh works on the Q C was painful hurt by a steel rail falllocron his foot Frank Pennebaker one of the elder and managers of the Shaker Society a Pleasant Hill Mercer county Is dead Health OnrcorDr Lovofl reports a mild uaso of smallpox la Mt Vorn and half a dozen cases on Round Stoi Creek between Orlando end Muilii Station Tbo Sigma Nu convention at Indian apolls elected officer and decided upon New Orleans as tbo next place of meet log 0 E Woods of Richmond wo re elected Grand Recorder Miss Susie Ilenklo agcJlO died 01 Bright disease at the homo of het grandmother near Rankin Wayne county She was a daughter of Tho Ranking Jr ono of the most promlncc farmers of the county The Northern Methodist Twenllet Century 820000000 fund Is to be devoted to paying church debts 88 000001 to education 8300000 to hospllal 84 00000o It is now proposed to raise 81 500000 for old mnlstcrs Kentucky conference minutes chow e decrease of 81885 In pastors salaries Tbo decrease is caused by deducting allowance for rents of parsonages The Louisville Ministerial Aesoola floe declined to invite the National Convention of the W C T U to meet In Louisville next summer NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BUSES k SNPrcn UNCTION CITY KY ratClnae Turnouta at Beuonable lUtee Special Attention to Traveling Men a and nay For Sale L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Control Kontuoky eaIEstateExhalle TITLE CO Stanford ky No 1Rouse and lot In SUntordate roomihall ireh In the rear good cardan coat neighborhood to ehurthee aid school food tot email fam II r rrtoelJO No JHmall farm 37 acn 8 anllea from Stan rord UouMol four good room beck porch and mnda Uood barn sad other building In good r Cut In sax Gelds well kneel acre uiOnliottoneacre In full tree rat In tran- loughtatcommlrloWaalmt bartala and can be told at bargain and church Pnce s acre land adjolnlBi told tor f4d and IA Tblaliabarviln No 3UO1IO and lot In SUnlonl noueeon- ln eve rooms Uood ttabU and S acres 01lID4- w1I fenced floe of pnttlett building Iota la town room enough In front fcr two other eoUagM or a lorJ front could be built to the cottage and tuJe a braatlfat bom Will be told cheap at till- OWDtf muit bas money Ko Twostory train dwelling 7 room blla- Dd Teranda flood garden fendni and bout roo4 repair For oaa or rant Prioa naaonable No S HOUM and lot la Stanford thus roooi- id front1anht hood garden and iUble Uood pair Will bddchap- No7 HOUM and lot U Stanford l Orlc1r- oom food garden mob and roil Soon bo 8 FUJft of Oacra JK melee from 8tIII lord on county rod 21 tern in culllratlon aeten- paalurr11 2 Rood orcharda and reel In ilmtx r roItall cottage bun and ontbulMlnp well rtervd and lenclnf falrlr rood 1Ire can be boullb at jour price aa owner UTII In IndUnapo U aort must have money Ko IIA turn ot rrt acre four mUtt from Slaa lord on hat pike In the cnunty Sixty acres In wblla 40 In ron 6 In timothy 8 In closer and IN in fine blurgM la cut lnilzficldi well fend weli watered never rling well and spring two pOndL Two dwelllom good ban and out illdiuni Fronta or tarwquartera of mil thdwelllnn being onpike Plenty fruit twod tnoub tlmbrT to rcab 0100 pas A tplcndld urirraia firm and only 20 minute drive from the nntr eras Owner ot floe Satin ajjolnh g tbli bu recently uMdUoeracr WoCertbIsil 137 80 per acre No 1129 area land with neennrr Improre lent34mlle train Stanford Uwelllng baa four room porch Large fawn smoke boute eta wehwaterei and rillced sod bullUop good repair lrloa reaionable Uol2 Dwelling of ill rooms bill and porch- eccaaary ouiballdlDJII aDd larUeD Also wee two orystore room 2561 feet lower room supplied will countcn abclfe etc Water In dwelllnr and oreroom also latera and well on place Swan lot back oraLon One mile rrom Stanford Ijulldlnn la good repair and dwelling originally cat It tduoreover 11200 Will sell both for or WUlItD or aell separately No t323O acre firm 4 mile of Crab Orchard Xy Brick dwelllo rooms two hDillt bOuars two bra well and spring near dwelling Farm In hataU ol cultivation 160 acre river bottom IaDd good fencing lull etc lrlce 137 60 an acts- No utOOacres ol land on Lancaatcr strut Crab Orchard oppo ltiprlngi Ingns no 1w Temnt except large stock bandanceu- ockwater lrettlut Dulldlng site ID town Irlc 15A nice cottage mad lot on cute- rIrt Stanford 7 rooms good cittern etc Cost 1000 will sell lot HWJO No 17A farm of 164 seers near Huitonrllle- relllng of lUht rooms ball errand tie One omit house stock barn largo tobacco barn other outbulldlnga Cistern and good welt In ani and water In ever field on the place Farm cu t la seven Belda and flntclau land- No 1IOnn of acre altualed near Rings TlU Ky acre In culliiatlon 89 In timbcrieat la gnaw well watered two barn and other oUlbulllap good rePllr Dwelllnr Comparative new Ia within yards or three churches achool imtotnce ad C S depot Property lies on plk and county rod and la the most that section Wa will sell the whole arm- r12400orIiprcelsofnotlee thso50acreto tpurchaier Tbla la cheap property No B3Farm of 71 acre near Waneaburg welling good biro eta Well watered fencing ad bulldingi In rood Productive lime one land In goolelhborboo4 close to acboo- taad on good road lrlcaI700 Noal farm of 200 acrea In Lincoln couDI- TbrNl good dwelling 3 good bunt atd other oul muting house Urn etc abort the center 01100 acres All on county road Jf mile from cburcb school and Lays well end well wtend This la a good anti ould- ull two or three fimllle that might want to from the same neighborhood Price reasonable No S5A arm ol 103 acres In Oaaey county Oae and onehalf story dwelling with sax room- load barn mad other jatballdlnga Blxly acre In The Grand Leader Special Bargains For January 50 pairs Mens Heavy Boots 148 were 2 60 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 200 Stiff Hats worth up to 350 now 79ca oa Men 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 100 fine kid gloves ladies all sizes worth go at 69c Remember these PRICESAre for as long as they last We must please you Your money back for the asking THE GRPND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYMnnnpor STATEMENT THE fiRST NATIONALBANK Of Stanford Ky CAPITAL 50000001 Wo take pleasure la presenting to our stockholders customers and the public tlw within semiannual statement of this bnnkmado Dec 31 1002 On Aug 20 1M2 this bank renewed Uu charter for 20 years longer During the 20 years that U has been In existence It has paid In dividend to Its stockholders 1102000 and has returned to Its shareholder 12000000 iT original capital stock making tho total sum paid 302500 Wo hBo today declared a semiannual dividend of 3 per conU payable on demand and have also paid nil taxes of every kind for tho stockhol dors lor thopresent year Wo thank our friends and customers for their patronage and solicit Ibo accounts of individuals firms and corporations OFFICERS J S Hooker President JJ McIobcrtsCashl W H WenrcnBKeoper DIRECTORS SH Bautfhman James RoblntfOn T P Hill JS Hooker P Held S T Harris W P Walton J IL Collier M A Elrnore W P Tate Jail Baughman Itc1L11I001IIIarm ot liS cnln Casey anti Two Ior frame dwelling two good lane other outbulldleg In good tepaIr Splendid to aneo land and In rood community A bargain at IN No 57 Farm of 115 awa In Oaiey antioldnew Iwo story room frame dtilllnc dwelling In lilt condition Harm end other outbuilding On county rod apendld tntacra land well witered iwowtlbspring etc TbU U adrilrable home Prfoe tl No 5e Flay verve near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house S room and porch hall and olhe 8 acne In cultlritlon mt In tin her Wellwaletad3Alyardstrompntoleoescbool- and on idle abd la good opm itrtlceHMi WI have buyerfuraoor300acre Grin lulled from one to three rcm Alan buyer for about acrea situated from one to four mill from town with or without ImprOTeraenta Also a buyer for an 3000 to 110 000 farm close to town No Four house and lola In Rowland Ky Price 1100 each No It acres of land star Crab Orchard cheep No 20 Twoatorr hotue 9 room hillTeranda acres splendid land adloinln ln titanlorj lrop erty In gOod water and llthta In stow eta tern at door Beautiful home lrlce 1000 Honwsot flee roorui rorch one am of rronnJaod good table One nlle row town nice 1200 No Pam of HI acre mUM from Stanford Frame dfrelllafof 7 rooms 2 i2barni out a Us bed combined the 0 ber an extra good trams with cattle abeda attached lIam arranged for cnrliu tobacco AIw hennery smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard Fencing In good repair Well wterrdl2 ctittrni etc Thla farm a former own er 17 reara and II well lTMued and Improved Ii In mlleof clfict church and acbool for for half grain rent and U cultivated In Born wheat tobacce and clover Title lirkel Ootnr nt owner f1500 u county record will show WlllaeUrortHOO No2t Dwelling oft room with 20 acres land InMoreland bun anti necessary out hund log 2 welt In rd Ieadld orchard and 2 ecru lu itrawberrlea Immediate pOMeulon Price No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double tern Aa hallway Etc A large 2 story store room rooting street 30 cot from hotel up stairs suits 2 nice cotttgea nicely furnished papered rod painted rooms and veranda each A urg on came lot used a stable Uooil garden Vaunt tot adjoining 08 feet front by All of this property lain London Ky and lia fine chance for someone to make money lroprletor hat refused to rent properly for per month On account cf bee wife only reason for wiling proprietor ilolrci to exchange for run In Lincoln county No 27A farm of UBli acre In lanyard county mlleafrom Lancaster All In craia timothy clover and bluegraaa except waite Uud Finely wateby spring crrrtDO poeda and tranchea through te place I be land fa rich and roductlie grows hemp and tobacco Kewly f oc edwltb wire and locust A orchard Improvement a twoitoryelght room frame welling wardrobe In each room pantries sic newly covered unit painted tenant Lira and other outbuildings all In good cellarI In foal neighborhood n r church acbool oatoficQ ant stare within 400 yards of Jblt place will beaold cbup Report of Condition of First National Bank of Stanford Ky At tho close of business Dec 311002 nUCOURC Loans and diacountx1112ON 14 Stocks and bonds 101643 i Other rual estate 0172 00 Overdrafts 430309 IJJ32tUU S Uonda 31 000 llttlIllulit 232r Ranking houso and fixtures 8000 00IDuo from banks 40j277 Duo fromStato of Kentucky 1313 09 Due front U S Treasurer 16700 Cash on hand 2IJ7434U- AIUUTIBS 248014 e poSuriliulfunlUndivided proftst 33H 12 QQFundIndividual DoposiU V1PO9 0 25 Stock rcdu tloh not called fur KM CO Other liabilities 10000 1248014 M- fitrnlngs since Aug 9 190287d3i 42 DISrOSKD OP AS XJMjOW8 1150000CarriedPaid all taxes 170 42 t Paid all expenses 1611 J3 Leaves profits 338 2 7084 42 ProsJdcntJOUN Regular Style Stays u In or 3 li apart TIMEAPTERTIME If o hue extended grctttagi to an everin ctoulng number ol customers Our business grows larger because moro peo pTo arc finding out that they can per chase here at reasonable prices the new fit things In JEWELRY tWatch Gold and Silver Novelties In JllwclrrIV IrH MUELLER Stanford Ky HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE J Special Hog none and Cattle Style Staya la In or 6 In apart jlcayilygalvanizedAmplygoes tvronbc no matter great a strain is put on itDoes not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs + + and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED howitFor Sale IcyDealers r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 0 1003 II 1 In filling your proscriptions wo uie proporInot do bettor If yon paid us doublb tbo price which lialwav reasonable Pen cvi Drug Store PERSONALS peMRsMISS KUZADKTII IllQOINS COOtloU- ci quite sick DICK GENTRY was over from Lexlog too Saturday COL W O WELCH went to Crab F Orchard nJOHNMr U J McUobcrti orMnwith Ulcbmond friends v TUB Misses VanArednlo returned to Hamilton College Sunday TllOEllKAHT Uouitm returned to College at Indianapolis yesterday J MIBSKS LFGKAND AND ROSA JONE- arc visiting relatives In Cincinnati JOHN L DECK went to LouUvllU yesterday to enter a medical college t TOM HECK tells ui that a 13pound girl arrived at hit homo the other MR J T MARTIN and wife aro bac from a vlilt to relative In cotyREV O M UUKY went to KrlsoRor Friday to preach tho funeral of II 0 Duckner MR C D OWENS and bride have roo turned from a volt to her mother at Somerset Miss OLLin NEWLAND It rUltlnj her sister Mrr Dr I B Oldham at Klrkivllle spantr t MRS GU8S1E PllILLU3 and son Freddie of Danville are with Mre J r S faMisstora book this year and did a most ox tMnloveral days with bit parent Mr and Mr John Lutes H L A Ll RIGHT bat moved fro t Uowland to Mr J S Hookers farm MUledlllllJeI who It attend to co ge at Richmond was the guts t I irUUiEttaDolloClofd Mu SILAS n MARTIN one of Rock castles best cltlzeot was the guest Marshal Robert O Jones RL BciiULB U In Atlanta with tbo best carload of cotton mules that bavo left Stanford In many a day Miss MARY WARREN It Timing her sisters Mesdames Stevenson an d Thompson at Lebanon Junction Miss ETTA BELLE ROOT returned to Mollnc III and Robert Root to Keu tucky Military lottlluio Saturday MISSES LCCILLE AND MATTIE MEN EFEE returned to Cincinnati and Wll kloiburg Pa reipectlvMy Saturda MR AND MRS ZAN DUDDERAR of Loultyllle have been tpepdlog tbe bolld with Mr and Mrt Wj Smith Dit LEE F HCKFMAN who bat a been threateocd with appoodloltli It eoosldel ably Improved Lexlngion DemocratR JR returned Sunday from Loultvlllo where he secured a po tlllon Do will return this week to take charge Tlffc Advocalo says that Mr J Moore hit moved bit family to hit cl cotlntry bomo Valley View on It Ierryvlllo pike MISSES Nancy Alpha end Addlo DUdderar ur bac returned hone after spending the holidays with Mitt Sue Elmore JACOb Discil Charles Cancloff and Cbarle Sobancd with their families will leave for Oklahoma to day The y all lived In the Oitcoboim tectlon MR GEOnuE D liOllER and family will move to town beforo Feby 1 ODd ftoccupy tho cotlsco on West Main ttrcet tlbler Mrs Mattlo Wither A O AND OEOROB MARTIN of LID coin county wero with the family of their brother Talbolt Martin In their grief and distress over the death of their little ion Somerset Journal t TitAVELina men and others who etc p at that splendid hotel the Weather ford nouio Iluttonvlllo will be ghd to learn that Mr and Mrs D SCarpenler will remain In cbargo for lame time yet 4 MR JOE IRELAND who has been qulto low with an attack of typhoid fever at the reetdone of Prof W C t Grlnttcad on Maplo Avenue has shown a decided Improvement In hit cool- tioo within the past few days and wit out unfortccQ complications arise hit recovery It assured This will bo glad newt to hit many frlondt Danvlllo Courier LOCALS A CAKES baked lo order at Willie Till board of sore In tct elon I AU paying 25 cents per dozon for cggt F M Ware McKlnnoy 2t TAKE your calves hide chickens and furs to J n Biggins and get cash for them 3 t WILL MATTINOLY wlea Unner plumber and copper worker hue en gaged to J T Jones A FREIGHT wreck near Wlllle ms burg delayed Northbound passenger ITo 24 several hours yesterday Eoglebardi colTey Jno Bright ITRY CRUSHED Oyster Shellefor chickens at Craig te Rockers it BUCKDOARD Good second handed buckboad for solo Apply at title of fice + FARMERS Please return our sack or cell sad settle for them J II Baughman L Co A SOMERSET faperr all rite but durn its polytlckt Mn A M PE lease on the turnedwbo will again run U TUB oafMr Polly Payne us to thank tbo neighbors and who wero to kind Jo tbelr moth In her Illness and deathwARABIA In tbo South Fork section of Lincoln has a sox postmaster la Isaac Cunningham who has been ap pointed to tutcced N Stone eTIIE assess afro book this year jbow that Lincoln county has nearly 1700 000 more taxable properly than loot Mr Reynolds lane made a splendid as iceaor I Lanceskoc pied by W A Tribble Apply is ontco or write to W P Walton Lexington It THE boy preacher harry Klllllbrcw It holding a protracted mcellng at colored Methodist church Be Is only II yeareold but Is said to be a vary good preacher TUB workhome U being put up near the colored Baptist church It will net bo a very handsome structure but we suppose It will answer tho purpose lor which tt It Intended CHRIS TURNER ohokilled Will ill formerly of title county at Mid was arrested slier consider able troubles Be waived an examining and was released on 12000 hood NOTICE Tho StanfordMale and Fe male Academy will resume Jan 12lb prepma ratio a for college and university edu cation John L BoMcy principal INVITATIONS r tbo marriage of Thomas Miller Owiley to Miss Kather Ino McGoodwIn at Bowling Green on theot g hero Tho cere moot will take place at the First Pros byterlan church at 0 u j A STATEMENT of Stanford financial condition appear In this Issue It U an oxcollent showing and reflects ored It on tbo city council and others connected with the towns management Read It and saw If you dont think Star fords business attain aro well manic ode y1b Top PEN Sheriff M S Baugh man took James hooker to tbo Frank fort penitentiary yesterday lospondlho altremainder of bU life hacker Is the Negro who killed his wife sad who got a death sentencefor ibo datlardly deed byOovMEKTINO Metirs George Wc and W B Holmes of Danville will begin a meeting at tho courthouse at 7 oclock next Thurtdajr night to contin dieCity and It well acquainted with John Alexander Dowlo Bio Ooa Mr J M Gooch of the Gllboria Creek section kllleft a 760 pound hog the other day from which bo reaped a small fortune Bo got 155 pounds of lard which Is readily worth 11660 end 07 pounds of tautago which ho sold for 1070 This makes 232 Bis family ato the spire ribs bad bone eta and ho has pot tbo dam sides shoulders and head THE Crab Orchard Banking Co opened its doors at Crab Orchard Fri day morning and Is already doing a good business Mr J Barvey Collier was tbo first depositor At the meet log hold yesterday Mr Collier was made roildont W E Perkins vlce p resident and W M Morris cashier Following are the director John W Holmes J N Singleton Curtly Gave ath1 AN Idea of how they do things down In Brer Campbell county of Pulaskl can bo had by reading the followt dispatch sent from Somerset Rev W R Caaaado a noted mountain oyaa list was arrested in tho pulpit at Zion Baptist church near hero Da ty Marshal Coleman wont to the church with a warrant charging Rev Caeea with telling whisky Illegally and tapping him on the shoulder In the pulpit demanded him to surrender just as tho preacher was announcing Hymn Nearer My God to Thee At t LImo of the accost thorn were nt mourners at the bench 13 conversions had already taken place Rev Casa daa arrest U the ono toplo of conversa lion hereabouts Marshal Coleman Is criticised by some people for not walt log until tho service was ondsdto se the warrant FOR FENTFour room college on Lower Main Street opposite jlepNet partoasge fi t elm KILLED =Kmellne Radrr aged 15 wsa struck and killed by a fralgbttrtla at Llvlngttoo yesterday Tin Som ret Djtly News which teemlnglr never filled a long fi It want bye thrown up the sponge TUB weather Is too awfully too too bid to talk about Snow and vale have llen alternately for a week awl the former covert the earth now te ynelburglephoned bo aside ticket No 1007 which drew awaybyPLKASE dont forget our term are ouh or exchange and If we ticket you fenr days we expect same to bo paid hen the ticket Is presented J B Baughman k poeAPTBR reettag for a row months Geol H Ferris k Co again tell about their JJtcIntheir space each issue True trustees of Bill Academy hue secured the services of Prof John L Bof ley a wellknown educator and ho will open school next Monday A largo attendance Is hoped for tthave an auction In Waynesburg pantouown pries Auction rain or shine J P Chandler auctioneer 2t THE followings from to the Louisville Post may DaoyllloI with considerable salt killed a bear near Banging acd toIseen lajhb neighborhood several Hant dIwas e first bear killed In title section In many year CHURCH MATTERS The Southern Baptists are aiming to raise 1200000 for missions title year During the year just closed the fooletl08i Tho church Is nearer out of deb than It bus been In years The venerable and eccentric but ablo and eloquent preacher Rata Oeo O heroes Is now engaged at Taylors audiencesIRev S M lUnkln resigned as pee war of the Presbyterian church Suoda morning after some three or four yean of excellent service Bis resignation was accepted but It was with genuine regret that the congregation voted to Rive this splendid man of God up M Raoklo will ID all probability accept a tailoring cell which has been made him from a church near his old homo ID North Carolina UIreellrnatloD takes effect the lest Sunday in tit month The burning of the mortgage on December 0 was a joyful Occasion for tho church aV Carthago Mo which has bad a long and dlfllouli struggle with etetemeatt of congrega lion was mado and members wero asfe od lo same subscriptions toward tit o payment of the remainder of the debt 15D24 moro was ncccnary to liquidate the debt than 100 names on the subscription dollarr AOldbemyean now of Holloa Kas was tbo guest of honor and rejoiced In the co rcgaUonTtle largelyfall departments The Increase In mis sionary offering has been phenomena and Is a true measure of the real splr McOarveyl ItIll1ulymlTeterbe congratulated over the bright pros aDdbeoutlluleouthwonern Christian Standard 2 Administrators Sal Of Valuable Real Property otUrfiATURDAV JANUARY 17 1903 prlvatelyaR bo7 nrJ tho following valuable real estate 1st- A form containing about 100 acres ol land LaocaaIt stoPy on Lancaster skeet In the town of Crab arch desacrd Ky This In u very deslrablo piece property containing all the necessary o and a good well on place 3rd A nice building lot near the center of town i runliingback37arty will all bo sold to the highest and boat bidder If not told privately before the dayaDof Administrator with will Annexed of CI W persona having claims against tho estate of W Singleton will present them proven as required by taw knowingthemse1vealndobte aryead Administrator Ac DR P W Carter DJENTI8T Stanford KontuckyI Office in Myers Houso Flats Estray Steer A 1000 pound black steer came to my byyingWM DEOI Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise FOR SALE On Main St in Stanford Good Stand Making Money sntisfacI Box 62 Stanford Ky Report of the condition of The National Bank Of Hustonvillc Ky AtthoclosoofbusnossDec311603Rilsouncns Loans and dlscounts11700 fi7 Overdrafts 253i 31 clrouI 1600 00 Banking house Furniture 2000 00 Flvo i accent fund 025 00 Duo from banks WfiM 20 cash and cash items 13C10 C2 IJAIIIUTIBS 120901860 Capital Stock 850000 00 Surplus fund 25000 00 Undivided profits 3102 48 Nnt bunk notes outstanding 11300 405S Indlvlilunldopqaltssubchk 110010 20 I209018RO- IKOFIT AND LOSS Gross earnings pns months 5007 00 DISTIUUUTED AS FOLLOWS Expenses and taxes pdll088 00 Dad debts charged oft 110 80 Dividend 33 6percent2500 00 Btxltoundtviaed profits 501 30 5007 00 CashiertReport of the Condition of The Commercial Bank Of Liberty Ky At the close of business Dec 31 1902 ysrRESOURCES Loans and discounts a 73118 74 Overdrafts 1252 60 Duo from banks 2944204 iyFurniture and fixtures 600 00 Checks and other cash items 1908 88 Cash 8704 K lei117268 05 Capital Stock i 2000000 Surplus fund 723581 Indlvidupldcposttssubchk 90032 24 i 117208 05 Earnings IRIit sIx monthsa 2875 38 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOW- SCijrrentoxpcnsespdl103957 Dividend 13 5pr ct 1000 00 Added to surplus 83581 2875 38 G A KRBWITT Cashier reFinancial condition ottho City of Stanford KyF To the Oltjr Council of Stanford I L R Hughes would submit the follow Ikehzaetrrasp 65i Received from Licenses 17J3 II Taxes 3262 Sa tFines v 171 11 Opera House 5838 51001tItDeB Ii tSPESDITOntSI Paid forcareofprleoneri4 214 0 salaries 1073 water and lights 8781 Sq street work 70 extra Ice 20 00 a0en hoio drainage 400 tax book election blank 15 marshal outfit 10 70 icrrln notlcca 3 U printing S3 IIpauper aid i 8 00 II janltary work 1500 hoio i I 337 00 210edn per cent lacy 7 Balance In treasury 3683 00 M 37utASSETS Fire deprtmeD8 1200 00 Interest In opera bouae 1000 00 City ball building 42300 Cash on baud 2083 09 13308 00 arcLtADIL1rIr9tran 3 W L iIce Co for X yr rent 11023 00 Warrant outstanding 43084 Net amt over and above liabilities 343543 3308 90 Keipectfully submitted L K HCOHIS Cleric Happy New Year To our customers and friends we wish a happy and prosperous new year and we desire to thank them all for the tnt ronage which has made 1003our best year in business ersa Our aim through 1903 will be to tone up our trade handle a still better class and larger stock of goods than ever and profiting by past experience wo shall be able to give you still bcter service Hoping that we may be favored with a continuance of the trade we have enjoyedand more we are ready for the New Ye- arCummins 1A McClary 1903 Is before us and beforo starting upon its duties I stop long enough to thank my friends and customers for their generous support during I have tried to deal fairly nod give your moneys worth Tel I have failed it was I shall try my utmost to servo you better this year than before Come and see me if you want to buy All ight if you dont loaf with us Leave your bundles enjoy our fire use our Its as free as the water that runs Yours Terms Cash j 5 J 1SO2 notintentionnl stationery gratefully H J McRoberts I Out of tlje frying Pai 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 year to trade with us and tits will thank you patronageBut Cant Get 4way yourbusinessments for the new year and promise better anti speedier service Yours for busi- nessSEVERANCE SON I JOHN BRlaHT JR CO crr f Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenswarg hJlkin1of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE K- YEyeSpecialistwill bo at the VEaA3 TDe HOTEL= Tuosday and Wednesday January 13 and 14 An Eye Point It you wont perfect vision you should hue your EYES examined A slight tefed promptly attended to wall Insure porflct EYES for the reel ot your days I will examine your EYES overcome defects and neeure you moil tillafattoty results Office bouts 0 A to 4 P i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JSntered n tt portoffice at Stanford at itondClatt mal2- trltabllmhatTumd9m and 3 ridawA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH Of When RotsopstdmaOOwill bfeiliraed MILKNOXVILLE DIVISION oJlTraln going North 1148 am- o5 280 am- 0J5 II Souht225lmN-o a 1262 pm PARKER HAIR BALSAM ClMcm brmatlflcl th bIrIIVnnolM a Iinrlnl arVflairQua CoJOe J W PRICEProprietor lacksitilth and Carriage Re pair Shop East Malu Street STANFORD Does a business In both tines andI guarantees satisfaction Your age Hcrseshoelng at All other work In proportion GOcI A 8 PRICE Surgeon Denti- ststanfordKy Oflcov UsKoberta Drug Store in the Owtlty BaUdlot I R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Offlc over Higgfas A McKlnnors Storm Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cub in adrance Weekly and monthly Professional bill Sue who services are rendered and must b 4 ald promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rig upecialty nigh Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Traylor8 t icetDU- L1RS la WHIsku Brandu Wises Beer mars Etc KYII have had occasion to Ute your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Mtdl tine and am pleased to say that paver used anything for stock that gave halt u good utlifactlon I heartily mom mend It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER Si Louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should not cat cheap stock more than sick shouldexpect to be cored by food your stock and poultry are sick giro them med icine stuff them with worth less stock food Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the poutWe thoItftimesoverllotsesworkbetter Cows ten give more milk Hogs gain flesh 1holcstheIout os possibltha con- Msed Day a can from your dealer H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call INICE FARM FOR SALE rt desire to sell my farm or acres Jnst outside of the town lImits U Is one or the homes around Stanford and I well Improved with a handsome wostory dwelling good kitchen and Iplendld Fine water and electric Ilght furnished tree Most ot the outside fens ing U kept by others Very little fens tag to do Splendid barn a cistern at doc r a state of cultivation with most of It In grass Good roomy meat house etc Terms to purchaser Call and see the place J8 Hundley STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Y retable Plants or all kinds In season Phone g ring 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford PUBLIC SALE I County court day Jan i rto1 agent for the Rout heirs will tell to the tilchest ant best tiller on MONDAY JANUARY 1901 A house and five acres of land on tlustonvllle pike This joins the Buffalo Cemetery dose to irooso3draJenanftai Aousi hastilxerooms rises Kitch en ce llar etc rood repair This Is a desire tie home and only onehalf mile from town Terns sale one thlrJ cash balance In six and ti months retained on for balance purchase terest 6 per cent Any one desiring to eel the plan can call en J Wren on the premises or the under signet J MENEFEE To the Coal Consumer I Having bought out Illgglns k Sims the coal dears we are now to furnish the people of Stantord and lorroundlDjtI country the best brands ot coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your nay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Orden at coal houseyour money phone II or JIYInel livery table No 96 Soon tL Dvmvmtf STfUPOtlD KY RE E That eocallcd cheap insurance ia tho dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pro mium may cost you a hundred in a lose That only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardDoyle and Omey Counties Kentucky CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Qustonvllle Ky forsecond term begin dug Jan 19 1003 Oscar B Fallls Ph D resident professor of Latin Greek and lIIgher Mathematical Mrs Paths graduate ot the EnglUche Institute of Augsburg Germany professor of Music German and French Miss Kate BogeA D has been placed at the head Depart ment Mis Julia Stagg primary teacher German and French taught by a slc by a German ot many years experience bookkeeping and general bus iness forms without a text book making it practical from the beginning The De rtmen under Miss Bogle II to be one ot the leading feature ot the term The Pre Department will be taught by one ot the mospopnlar teachers In this part of the State at very reasonable rates For further particulars address the president 14 + MCCbMY TJJOEREAKER EIIIUALMER And Dealearln HARNESS SADDLERY Q Stanford Ky J L Beazle COJ Undertakers and- Embalmersa osauu IX FurnlturcMattIngsRngs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Fricea right STANFORD KENTUCKY LIBERTY Judge J Boyle Stone sold hie river farm to V T Wilson for 11500 Rot Logan R Godby preached here last Sunday to a largo audience County Clerk Wesley reports that ho issued 111 marriage licensee In 1002 John B Drown sold his farm to D R Drown of Pulaskl county for 14025 Reed McCormack and wife of Mid dleburg wore visiting James Giboney last week Henry Thomas began a select school here last Monday with very promising Elliott reports that he collect od 115000 State and county tax which beata all his predecessors Elder J B Farrell has beon recalled as pastor of the Baptist churoh for 1003 but his work will besupplerocntcd this year by ROT William Tllford who will preach once each month Welby Doll who was so seriously wounded by the accidental discharge his gun Is thought to be slowly recovering but the doctors fear that he will be paralyzed in the lower limbs Gib Drown who was deputy sheriff here last year has gone to Indiana to make It his home Messrs Ed Carpec ter James P Goode and other gentle men from Hustonvlllo were hero on businessJ Polly has resigned his drummer Job and will embark In the grocery business In this place Robert Canon of Phil secured his territory Wince Phillips George Montgomery and Miss Pearl Montgomery returned to their college work Saturday- T J Phillips spent several days in Morcland and Junction City last week J W Pelly was la Jamestown last week on buslndcs W C Adams and wife were visiting relatives at Esto Russell county last week C G Jef fries has been very sick with grip but Is convalescent at present J W Johnston of Columbia the efficient salesman for the Royal Tay lore has been here for several days John J Fllzpatrlck has been visiting relatives at Somerset the pest week Richard Young Is now smiling behind the counter of Joe P Wilkinson G A Prewltt paid a visit to Louisville last week Croup The peculiar cough which indicates croup Is usually well known to the moh en of croupy children No time should beloit in the treatment of it And for this purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable time in experimentlog with untried remedies no matter how highly they may bo recommended but give this medicine at directed and all symptoms pf croup will quickly disappear For sale by Craig d Hockcr Druggists I Fiftyfour Negroes from North Geor gia started for New York from whence they will sail to Monrovia Liberia This is the advance guard of an exodus of Negroes from the South Agents are at work and expect to send thou sands to Liberia to be employed in cUlltivating cotton The nicest and pleasantcst medicine I have used for indigestion and constipa Ion Is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Mrlard F Craig of Mid dlegrove N Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant fled For sale by Craig d Hocker ruggislet Carrie Nation is to establish a Home for Drunkards Wives If Carrie ls be In charge the majority of wives will find life with their drunken husbands a peaceful form of existence Louis yUle Times a Caleb Powers Is now getting money and flowers but when he Is through with that next trial he will etweU give him a little more rope boys Lexington Democrat For a bad taste in the month take a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets Price 350 Warranted to cure For silo by Craig h HockerDrug guts If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial CRG 0 LeXInGTOn D8ffiOClRftC fs the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It Is especially devoted to the Interests ot the Democratic party and gives all the new without fear or favor W P Walton Editor q Pror Lexington Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Sunny Slopu the groat race mare Is dead at Lexington F P Combest sold to J W AllotrSS yearling steers at 4a Thomas Pence sold to G W Dottom 11 yearlings at 115 60 J D Foster bought of J E Holraan a stripper cow for 120 Corn la selling at II i5 delivered in the Paint Lick section O L Hensley of Klogivlllc hue two yearling mules for sale 2t Mark Hardln sold to R C Hockcr a bunch of shoats at To FOR SALnA few thoroughbred English Berkshire boars weighing 125 pounds J H Swopc Lytlo J T Mock has opened a sales stable In Danville and will keep on hand a good supply of tine road and harness horses P J Gorman has given Georeo Mills of Fayette 11200 for tho run 11111IFOR 8ALbf50 3 and yearold stows dehorned and good quality and must go by Jan 20 G A Gwlnn Cart wright Ky 41 John Cress bought about CO hogs In Rockcasllo at 6c W H Brown has bought of J C Slier his farm of 60 acres for 12030 cash Lyon 1t Dunn bought of W B Bur too of Garrard a ear load of extra good cotton mules at 1111 50 Mr Dunn went to Atlanta with them Friday- WANTEDI want 600 barrels of corn and car load of oats to bo delivered at foreland or McKinney George D Wcatberford Huatonvlllo Ky WANTED I will PAY highest mar ket price for bay corn and shelled oats at McKinney or Moreland Address me Turnertvllle C L Carter FOR SALE 28 cotton mules 3 and 4 years old 15 hands fat and good hair ed mostly broke also 12 jacks ready for service I S TevU SbelbfClly Ky 2t Ward Lutes of Lexington sold C C Harris a team composed of Hooker Wilkes and Electrotype for 11500 They have a team record of 229 John B Foster bought of William Cooper of Pulaikl 25 owes at 1350 mad John Owsley Reid bought three of lame at same price Mark Birdie bought of Mr Cooper three two yl lr old steers at 315 and two yearlings at 3oO P Cecil Sr sold to a represents tive of Swift S Co 75 export cattle C W Caldwell also sold his export cattle to the same parties the bunch num berlng 144 The price in both sales was 1480 the cattle averaging about 1400 pounds M J Farris told to J B Ruble of 200 slop cattle at 4o They wore taken to Dowltngs distille ry D N Prewltt sold to John Lvnn of Lincoln 07 stock ewes at 91 85Ad vocate Stockholders Meeting A meeting ot the stockholder ot the First National hank ot Stanford wIll be bold at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1003 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year JOHN J Cashier Stockholdersltleetiug A meeting of the stockholders of the Lie coin County National Hank of Stanford wll ho held at their banking house the second Taeiday In January 1003 for the purpose felecting yrJStockholders Meeting A meeting ot the stockholders ot the National Rank of HuatonTllle will be hold at their banking house In Ilostonvllle the second Tuesday In January 1003 between 0 and IS J for the purpose of electing di rectors to serve the ensuing year J W IIOOKEK Cashier Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS Tills Is a teem of 145 acres located S miles from Stanford It Is within one mile of a postofflce church school store mill cheese factory neara German settlement The arm well preserved and Improved and contains a largo amount of fine saw The Improvements consist of a good frame dwelling house 6 large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra goo frame with cattle sheds attached Ind aoclaliy arranged for cur Ing tobacco the other a log and wagon shod combined also a hennery a smoko house and corn crib There Is a One young orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit Tho fencing Is of ralln and In good repair Ths farm Is watered with neverfalling springs and two cis terns The owner Is a nonresident and of ten this farm at a on very easy terms For further particulars call on or address L It Hughes Sccy Ken tucky Real restate Exchange Stanford Lincoln County Kentucky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURET Dont become discouraged There II a cure for you If nccesnary wrlto Dr Ionnrt has pent a life time curing Just suck cases asJOUtlo All consultations res A gravel lodged In my bladder Attel a few ot Fcuners Kidney and Uackacho lure I a gravel at proventtfunberW T OAKES Orrlx Ya Druggists 6Oc1I Ask for Cook HookFree Rure Caro Clrcular DI ST VITUSDANCE rcnnor Frcdonlai DO ti YOUR TRADING 1 I 0 During the coming year atIthe old and reliable store The Charles Wheel9r Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY Youll get the best goods at the lowest prices there 00 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J D Faxtoo J D Owsley S D Shanks W O Walker Coo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 3t years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Upntng such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster j Kentucky Newry furnished clean beds splendid table Every lilng ftrstclasa Porters meet all trains 89 Hustonvillc Property for Sale I will otter at private sale my property situated on the of Main on eutsideof College attest In Ilustonv111- eK7con isttogof hotel and lIftrT tble and vacant lot This II well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable on ammo a nice llrery barn 3x73 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and good va cant lot for private resldeneti If desired Everlasting water In abundance Iropert is well arranged for private residence an II now reDtet1 for to inHnetoavtlle want good property call on or adder I Carpenter Uoston vllle KyPOSTED l We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting flsbtng or any kind ot tresspasslng on our and prosecute violators to the full extent of the law- J Nevtn Carter W Oat ter James McCormack J F Cover Ira Maggie Itbb James N Cgsh- Mt J White Jam Alex Tom StoneIMiss Statue Ilewrs Joseph hallo J W nughman BT W II Dudderar M F Lawrence J T W P Crimes Mrs Malc na LawsonT A Rice Mrs Mary UOlTns J 8 Hocker Peter Calmer W E Amon A D Boot E T Pence Coo o George Holmes Mrs Nary Hoffman John lt Foster A P 1endletou O L Ashley Commissioners Sale Uncoin Circuit Court W L McCirty PulntlU vs J B Huhn tu Dcf Jnt and order of sate of Untolncircuit virtue of a ludggment Novmr turncourt J allfut the sum of Stue thereof loot in tM inddlodpaUAprrlmm iafl4latMiumof loau- sublecttotta err3Ns Ste sp and the furthet sum of Sao tredlted byhe pod off with Interest II the rate of a letApril u1001 of Auusttent annum from the Ith dayper I han one r for uK diheomudhousS door In Sunfor Ky o the highest bidder at ruNic outuy on MONDAY JANUARY tgot or thereabout being c unhr court At n oclock fay upon I crdlt of ate months the following des In Lincoln county scribed property owll Situated Ky on the wsters of Fishing Cree SoutRwtst ares and bounded thus bt nalnc at tht lint beonetneformerly b eon roomer of atract of rat Routen thence S to IIO yore to a white oaks S se w to a fork J tool r S 40 W t j pole S W roles to a chestnut and dog to I eums jo woad N w us roles to a white marl and wood 17 m tM trlnnlnc contalntnc- tspacre6 TermsFoethearclusf pike the per Chaser with approved security or ucurltltS must reeule bond bearing Interest from Iht day of ule untlt IJ and having the force and effect of a udgant 1tldJers wla M prepared comply prompt C WARREN with these terms Colllmissioner Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Admr PJalntlff vs W W T Stephensona and DeYlseea DeftT8tophensoa5 and order of sale atiholevat the caortboue I shall door in Stanroll- lly to the highest bidder at public outcry Jan t003 at 11oMondayon county court daythereabout beingC or a credit of 614 nod 18 monthll the described property towlt A rllowlnjt hOI and lot Its Crab bounded 01- 1Norlh and FAit by the lands of John Iluch luaus lire South by property ot Mr hot and Stanford Street containing tie lUng Atractotaboup2jt- orei acres 2ndaJoo four Cemetery Street In Crab Orchard mounded on North by Cemetery Street Taut by the land sot 1ln Laura Moore South bl- thelaDdsot J W Quest and Wel ofabets lan4 of Middleton 3rd A tract Somerset rod nr the iaorU on house bounded on the North bythe land harlloCarson East by the Somerset road the laud or Jolsn Turnbull South- bou666yacremofknob Vetby 4th A tract of land bounded on the North the Joseph Welch on- the East by thelanda of J W Quest on the South by the laud of Mat nianton and- Vatbythe land or James Taylor The four tracts will be sold lor the In the debts of the dwredenlpart of paying mad also tor division ot the proceeds those entitled thereto after catsamong of this suit and costs of administration are ettled For tho purchase price the pur chaser with approved or securl tiel must execute bearing legal In crest from the dayof sale ajudgment having the force effect of Udders will bo prepared to coaply prompt Iy with these terms R O WARREN Commissioner OF firo I 8 n SHANKS President J D OWSLEY Cubist W M mtlCHT Asetl Cashier r FOR RENT Mr storeroom recentlyMuplcd by Wm Severanco Will rent for one or more J aIJ n OWSLEY FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 100 aero boa LickStationly unit of which Is In cultlvaton the re mainder in IllueUrast Has on It a good substantial dwelling good buts and other prlnltandfaith would do well to see my lilac 8 W 01VEN8 Stanford KytCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court WOhambufly vtrue of a judgment anil order of saH N of Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the November term thereof 1093 In the above cause for the sum ot IISS With In terrsv at the rate of 0 per Cent per annum paillandfor sale at the courthouse door In Stan onteryonor thereabout beng county court day followingdescribedKlngsvllla In Lincoln county Ky In two tracts lit Hounded thus Inning at movlogand711oksJesse Wright thence his line N W TI poles to a stone en South side of road E2iI4n4Hounded dwelllDtODMurphythencea tone eerier to first tract thence B st I 12 poles 13 links to a stone corner to first amidlinetginingwatalnlagsacrr2roodand20 Ilanl or ullclent thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For approvedbond bearing legal Interest from the of sale until paid and having the force and preparedn 0 WARREN Oommlu- lonelCommissioners SaleLincoln circuit court i Dowellkr r titIncolncircuitthereof tans In lilt sbov sue shall noosed to KyoMONDAY JANUARY uTH t0oi nunyeouttlaytracts ef land herelnarier detcrlt e4 Ant a 9f acre etact patented a him T II Adams Otb day June t56beglnnin ala whit oak com r of toacre tract pttenlej by taU Adans N 4l E 49 rulet to a su Gladorkoak and fallen beech made OIn thecae N6o W at s6 poles pats t JQln to lift of a whit tnOlt kl ronethencenow to Johnson H mn thence his line S TI W roInlerSfoot of a Mil thenc corner of Dabnev Gooch and alto withIneofacres N 64 11 E n poles to a dogwoods thence N yaksothebegtnnlnRcontalningelw J tInnlftldownbeechtio to a maple near the foot of thence Forknthenc roles s6 crottlnr said creek tt poles to a sugar tree tohe69 aItSgewhit oak corner of thl 94 acre tract thence AY r tlelJIhencen Denny In all So poles to a suke to hla tine said to Ihbeelnnlnrdoublelackalso Robert comer near house thence N E with Rogers lint sop pale to two whit oakl hickorym r t WSpoleslolwobi Dennyth hJlineWheelerthence IanJIbelnpose of dividing the proceeds amongst those entitled thereto each tract to told separately purctuserIthpprovedndin equal Installment bearing legal Intent f forceJesectoaJudgmentcomply promptly with these terms R C WARREN Conr