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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALIVDL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 13 1903 9 A M NO 88 t NEWS NOTES Seven theatres iro under construe tlon ID New York City Dtnlol II Uasllngi former govern or of Pennsylvania Ir dead The balance In the State treasury December 31 was I09770JOH A Negro Has banged at Augusta Oa and another at Manchester Va FridayMrs Lucy Mudd who died at Fred v prlckeburg tbli State left 200 grand blldren A Florida boy killed bill brother boo cautu bo would not give him a clear otto paper Jasper Cuantngbam died of cramps at Rockport Ho bad eaten 55 applet 1tb day before Three women attempted to hold up a man at Denver and when be restated 1 one ot tbem ibot him A r A policeman was killed and four per ions wore Injured by a collUton b3 twecn electric cars at Pltlsburg It It considered probablo at Frank t r roIfy trial of Caleb Powers MM Amelia Roller of Palmyra Wit burg her two little children sod then hung herself She left a note iy log I am driven to II by gottlps of Palmyra Herman Hoerchcrs the 13 yenr old boy who killed hit stepfather near rot lumbus Neb and burned bit body In a straw stack was acquitted because of moral Irresponsibility Convict Ornry Youtsev was before I the Franklin county grand Jury for six hours Saturday What bo told that k body concerning tho assassination of GOY Ooebel hat not been made public A man supposed to bo a member of a 1gang that robbed a bank at AblDlfdon t was arrested at Qolncy Ho claimed to be a wealthy ctttleman and was giving a tapper to tevoral rest dents of Quincy when caught Direct wireless communlotllon bo tweon tho United States and Great Britain will bo established about the 18th of the month and Preeldei- Roosevolt will flash the Ant mesaag- aoroa the great stretch of water to King Edward The deed committed by Juneau le referred to In a threatening letter ad f dressed to President Roosevalt by Dr 1W n Copse of Athens Tone who seeks recognition with cfUoo from the ltJ government A description of Dr Col fee has been furnished the secret ser Vice V Ten Slavs reported to the Austrian Consul at New York that with 32 others they hid been forcibly Imprisoned and compelled to labor In a Virginia coal mine The men claim they were lured by promise of high wages but were paid practically nothing All es taped but 32 were not recaptured While King Alfonso of Spain are companied by his mother and several f members of the Spanish cuurt was to turning from church a man tired Into the party lie was arrested byaguard Ho claimed that be bad atumplsd to Riisielnalo the Duke of Sotomayer who was lo the carriage following Lb oad In which the King was seated Th prisoner gave his name as Freltoi his pockets were found Utters addressed to President Roosevelt King Ed ward and the Emperor of Germany l CHILL WINDS Are the dread of those whose lungs are weak Some fortunate people can lOuthanltandthe chill airs of spring But for the malority of people bls is impossible rata oLlIgatlotis fast Weak lunge strongby l1erce Golden Medical Discov ery It cures the coughheats flamed tissues stnps use hemorrhage and re stores the lost flesh to the ema dated body at am a railroad agent write I II In ItIq of rIl11 Onega Co aml four YIIU my work keeping me In a warm room and stepping out Ire quently Info the cold air nave me btoft bUI which harems Z Chronic and deep seated Doctor filled to teach m CK advised me to try a hither aIr but fortunately alto ady lied me to try Dr Pierres medictueL commenced taking your Golden Medkul Dlacoverysand the tune I taken the ant bottle I was bet ter and after taking about foot bottles my cough was uti rei olle I have found no ne 1ce yorueklaganothcrcllmale I Sometimes a dealer tempted by the fI little more paid on the sale of less II meritorious medicines will offer the customer a tubttitute as being just as- good n as the Discovery You the Peoples Common SCOI1- SCMedical Adviser the medical work ever published sending stamps to pay expense of mailing at one cent stamps for book in covers or 31 stamps for clothbound vol ume to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y f Tbo residence of Solomon VanMeter In Fajcttc was badly damaged by flro Almost the entire buslnois section of Hollywood Miss was destroyed by flro Mite Louleo Taylor of Bowling Green was robbed of diamonds worth son The cost of firing a single shot from a 10lncb gun would pia private eol dler for five years A special grand jury convened at Chicago to Investigate the high prices and shortage of coal Dccaute she refuted to marry birr Emil Johnson shot and killed Miss Bcona Uenton and fatally wounded himself Nearly onefourth of the 250000000 tone of bituminous coal mIned In thist country last year came from the South The valuo of tho lumber produced by the South lo 1880 was 130030432 In 1900 It was 1183114524 MIIIIIIIPPIIbOIOIpost master at Indlanola can safely return to tbo town ltd thought tbo once vrlll shortly bo reopened LAND STOCK PS ETC W 0 Napier told to Charles Rico 10 sboate for til 6u J H Thompson bought of Parry Bollard 10 shoals at 6s OW Carter sold to Fox it Logan three tnulet for 1212 tO- W M Bright told to K P Wood 14 1050 pound cattle at 4io George W Carter told to W Drye L Co two mules at 1100 R O Nuooellov told to B D Carter a pair of yearling mule for 1115 Tamplco Mexico hat a five ycarold puny that weight only 73 pounds Jw Dauphin in told a horse to a Southern buyer yesterday for 176 O P Huffman bought of A M PenCil 121000 pound belies at 3o Fun BALK Two gllf edge Jersey milk cows with young calves J S Qundlay Stanford thoroughbredapounds Swope Lyllo Carter JefTrlet Wilkinson bought of Fox Logan hero yesterday a pair of 1400 pound muht for 1150 FOR SALE Too George King Jack Sight years old and a fine breeder J H Thompson Prcachersvllle 2t Bend Or the famous English race horse winner of the Derby of 1830 dropped dead while exercising William Cooper of Pulaskltold hero yesterday a bunch of 700 pound steers at 31 to 3io and 20 snoop at 12 60 J M Roberts told hero yesterday 1C long yearlings at 3iej a bunch of short yearlings at 116 wins heifer at 3o John GUlner of Shelby county bought the Imported Hereford bull Britisher for 13800 at tho Chicago isle R B Park of Hardin county told to C B Teams of St Lout 140 mules jrllSCOO They will be shipped to Caba oldeCarte9taThe Sbarptburg World says that Mrt E P Clarke last year cleared over 1200 on poultry and eggs from 125 hen and she It now getting from 35 to 40 eggs per day Mark Qardtn told to Carter Jeffries Wllkloion of North Carolina three plain buries for 1220 They also bought ooo from S H Uaughman at 175 and one from 0 U1 eager at f 90 A W Carpenter bought from Kerr Pollock of Ccdtrvlllo 0 a Scotch bred double standard Polled Durham bull that judges pronounce the beet beer bull In this section of any breed Ho It eolli rod and weight 2350 youndt lion Bros of the Pleasant Hill vi deity told 1000 bushel of wheat to J T Dobbs of Wilmore at 73o W U Llllard of Boyle bought of W K Cardwell 20 slop cattle at 3o and a hunch of ahoateat 5o Uarrodsburg Democrat COUfjTV COURT There were about 100 cattle at each of the stock pens yesterday and prices ranged tram 2o for butcher stuff to 4io for good year slogs For heifers 3o to 3Jo were tho ruling prices A number of horses changed bands at ICO to 1100 and mules at 1100 to 1125 George Perrin of Now York bought of Thomas MGalUklll of Lexington a highstopping fivoyear old chestnut gelding by Naboth ton of Walthlng ham by George Wilkes and the five yearold brown mare Warlock Lau by Warlock dam by Young Jlmfor 13000 Nabotb Is owned by Mr J K Baugbman of the Weet End Hugh Thompson proprietor of Fort Spring Stock Farm In Casey has pur chased of P C Weatherford of Mi Eton the good stallion Jim Corbett for 8200 and will make the season 1003 with him Ho sold to G J orI nlnirham 17 750 pound cattle at 3oa colt for ISO Also to T A Reynear t eon a fouryearold horse for 175 t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES- Dr Will C Cundiff U dchd In the Oak U1II section of Casey Woodyord A Hilton of Brodbcad have sold their stock of ood to J LI RobID8IImore voting precinct ooo at Mt Vernon and one at Orlando There are cases of mumps lo the girls department and 10 cases In the boys department at the Kentucky In etltutlon for the Deaf Coy Beckbam pardoned Carl Graves sent up from Madison for horse steal log It Is claimed that be stole a horse tlx year ego since which time ha bad lived In Missouri- Theodore Robinson who was cut by bis father Jack Robinson In Mercer while In a drunken frenzy Is still living and the doctors now think there It a slight chance for his recovery Hunn Bros Invoiced their stock and took In at a partner George Simpson whom Dr John Huon bought out next day Mr Simpson will devote his time to tbo farm Shelby City cor Advo cateSamuel Harding of Danville dlrd suddenly Sunday from a stroke of apoplexy Ho was County Attorney of Boyle county for several terms was a large property holder and a splendid clllzsnG Stewart living near Burgle bad both eyes badly damaged by a practical jjko Some one filled his pipe with powder and the explosion which followed may cause him to lose an eye entirelyA Goodlog of the Central 011 Ga Co left In a hurry for Wayne county A few weeps ago that compa ny abandoned a well on the only land they bad leased In that county be cause It wee supposed to bo dry but within the past tow days It was dltcov orcd that there was 20 feet of oil lo the bole It la considered a rich find for the company Lexington Democrat CHURCH MATTERS Utah Stales prltoo has 145 active Christian Eodeavorers The now Baptist church at Croppers will ba dedicated next Sunday Rev Joe Q Montgomery was called by the Christian church at Shelby City one Sunday a month probably the fourth RoW Howard L Jones of New York Is building a 9300030 Baptist church and pattorlum which will have a 1100 000 endowment EU J G Livingston has been unan imously called by the Gosneu church for the 23rd year Ho will also preach at Brad head and Halls Gap Tbo pulpltVhlcb George Whltefield 200 years ago carried with him as be moved about the country among the thousands wbo flocked to bear him preach Is on exhibition In New York City Tbo following from a Nashville pa per will be of Interest to the gentle mans many friends here Tho ap pointment of Dr W E Ellie as Chap lain of the Senate was perhaps one of the most popular appointments that could have been undo and Speaker Seay has already received many con gratulations on this account Dr E E Ingram one of the leading applicants for the position ald that bo heartily endorsed the appointment and knowing the facts In the cllobe would have done just as Speaker Scay did In the premises Four years ago Dr Ellis was appointed Chaplain by Speaker Waddlo but ho resigned the placo at the request of certain senators lo al low the speaker to appoint a destitute Cumberland Presbyterian preacher wbo bad come here as an appllcaDiI ter the appointment had a anoouoci ed Those facts were known to Mr Soay and they controlled him In the appointment Dr Ellis Is pastor of the Vloestreot Christian church and one of Nashvilles most popular preach ere Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a roan end sizing pains of accidental Cuts Wound Bruises Burnt Scalds Sore fret or stiff joint lint theres DO need font Brick Ions Arnica Salve will kill the pain and curetbe trouble Its the best salve on earth for Tiles too 23c at all drug gists Engineer A 6 Yougg of the Knoxville Ohio railroad was found dead In his cab near Careyvlllo Tonn It la supposed he was struck by a stone falling from the mountain side while tbo train was passing through a cut Tho nicest and ploasantcit medicine I have used for indigestion and constipa tlon Is Chamberlain sSlomach and Liver Tablets say Melurd F Craig of Mid dlegrove N Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant rISend us your dues on subscription LANCASTER A cold wave arrived Sunday Farmers report the weather bard on stock There Is a perceptible Increase lb the Sunday schools Ico of over thrqo Inches baa been harvested here partySaturdayW B Burton sold a largo bunoh of horses and mules too Southern buyer at good prices Louis Landram attended a meeting of the Kentucky Urea Association at Louisville Friday Elder Lawrence of Lexington has been called to the pastorate of the Fair view Christian church C A Robinson bought a number of hogs from Thoi Herring at Co and a bunch of W Perkins at earns price A little grandson of Mr Kohler died at Cartcrsvlllo Friday and tbo Inter ment followed In that vicinity Satur day Skating It a favorite sport of the Lancaster lads and Saturday was typical day for the Invigorating exer oleo Many pronounce the present cold snap the eeverebt yet experienced and Monday morning the coldest of this winterOn Wednesday afternoon Jan 21 Mist Margaret Taylor Noel and James Burnam Wood will be joined In the boly bonds of wedlock The effects of the late T Cole Gulley will be sold on Thursday Jan 1C at his late residence near McCrenry Ills widow will act as administratrix Mr J M Duncan was reolected Sunday school superintendent of tte Presbyterian Sunday school S C Den ny was elected assistant superintendent sod Dr FarrIs secretary Lancaster woo In three straight games played In this city Thursday veolng against tbo Dinvllh bowlers and It was at first understood that this would decide the championship but It has since been decided otherwise and the Lancaster bowlers go to Danville soon for another contest Tbo glad newt that water has at last been reached Is being circulated throughout this little city and It Is said that Lancaster wllf operate an artesian well at a depth of 1100 feet Just as a flow was mil the rope broke and the for emtn pas had to suspend until one It ordered from Pu Burneldo There It talk of reorganizing the Garrard Hotel Company with the la toniion of rebuilding the north east section of the public square In the ear ly spring Tbe company will bo com posed of Lancaster capitalists who should receive every encouragement In this praiseworthy enterprise Miss Carrie RIker of Harrodtburp It the guest of Miss Mary GUI Mrs J E Woolford and children are visit leg to Loulsvllh Mr William Good loe of Parts has been visiting D M Lackey and family Mrs Joe Francis has returned rom a vista to Madison Mrs Rosa Crow and MleifUUe Drown of Louisville have en with A B Browo and family Charles Zmmer has returned to a Cincinnati dental college Mitt Mary Noel of Danville Is visiting Mitt Margaret Noel Shel by TrIbble hat returned to his home In Richmond Armour Rectldo of Wash ington City has been a vltllor here Mrs W H Whcrrltt It on the tick list Mist Emma Wal burn returned Sunday from Loultvlllo Mrs J O Thompson Is reported some bettor Dislocated Her Shoulder Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Fergus Falls Jfinn fell and dislocated her shoulder She had a surgeon gel it back In place as soon as possible but it was quite Moro and pained her very much liar son mentioned that ho hId seen Chamberlain Pain Balm advertised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of it which he did It quickly relieved her and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days The son was much pcased with the relief il gavo bis mother and bo has since recommended il to many others For sala by Craig Hocker The indications are that unless an amendment cap be made to the pend log Cuban reciprocity treaty fixing the rites between CUbA and this country for five years tho Michigan Congres sional delegation and other members repreeentfng beet tugar producing States will oppose the ratification of the treaty X Craig Hocker guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain Cough Remedy and will refund tbo money to any one who is not satisfied afteriusng twothirds of tho contents This Is the best remedy in the world for la grippe rough colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia The sum of 1 83000000 has been let aside by St Cools railways for traffic Improvements most of which will bo completed before the World Fair tS wo IwawWv tIT IS FALSEf j Economy to deny yourself warm 9clothing The lack of it meanH at this time of year sickness and doc tors bills AVc can supply you f withall of the necessities Overicoats Underwear Shoes IT PAYS TQ TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing i fYourmoney back it yonre not satisfied T0a mILLER Danville KU J THERESStS1 f hli fir rrl ram A As much host in a ton of 72 soft coal ss lettheney Coles Original Hot Blast StovesB- urn that gas Thats why they do twice tue service of the common kind Patent ed features which are not found on any theheatto mako Colos Hot Bloat the Most economic heater ever manufactured FOR SALE BY Higgins c McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Who Shill nil 111 There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prcscri tons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to tie had No motive or influence should be allowed tg weigh against itThen you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters intoit has tho exact potency the physician desires Our charges are jutt as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store A st sseassse We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a con tinuance of it duringjthe year just Craig Rocker StanfgrdI WORD begune T1t FORDI W B McROBERTS THEDRUGGIST Asks a contlnuanos of your patronage during 1903 and thanks youfor your liberal dealings of the year Just closed itatro- t f Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right e 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL jEC WALTON H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne County li a candidate for 8tate Trtaa- urer sublets to the action or the Democratic p rlra M F NORTH t It a csndUite for the Democratic nomination for t Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac Itonot the puty J M ALVERSON i It a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep f resentative of Lincoln county subject to the adleR of the podf Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner f C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JbHN SAM OWSLEY JR ON the anniversary of hie first jear as editor and owner of tbo Lexington Democrat Mr W P Walton eaye Ono year ago today the present owner of the Democrat obtained control of tbo paper tbe purchase dating from the Oth day of January During moat of the time he has not slept on tho downy patba of eaae nor baa he exactly tailed through bloody scat but he hal gotten there all the eame and today the Lexington Democrat la aa much a fIxturo in Lexington as the handsome court houso It aika no favors that It It not entitled to and novor bends tbo pregnant binges of the knee that thrift may follow fawning In a word It la aa Independent aa a woodaawyer loves its friends and pities lta enemies and Intenna to keep In the middle of the road no matter what sonot a gun may- Jletolo tho way GBOXQE C MORGAN who was nomI- nated for cltv attorney of Lexington by the democrats didnt deserve what he got ID fact he proves hlmeelf any thing but a democrat In promising to give the city printing to that half breed papar tho Lexington Herald which fights democracy except when theres something In sight Morgan evidently got on tbo wrong ticket and If be doesnt mend hie wage the demo orate will give him a lesson In November that be will not soon forget A liD- o led democrat who chooses to help a republican paper In preference to a straight forward democratic organ which helped nominate him and whit he expects to further assist him Into office should be In the ropubllcan par ty and the sooner bo gets tbero the better It will bo for democracy SENATOR VESTS appeal to Congress to remove the tariff on coal as a human itarian Intervention on behalf of tho poor who are suffering for the want of fuel was eloquent and full of fooling Although the measure was proposed by Senator Lodge a republican it Is doubtful whether It will be passed for the reason that even such a humanita rian act would afford an object lesson as to the relations between the tariff add the consumers that tho high pro tectionists do not want The school of protection desires none but Its own text books Meanwhile the prices of coal go higher and higher and the wants of tbe poor more urgent Coulda greater Infamy be possibly practiced In the name of the law TOE editor of the Central Record makes tho startling statement that be baa never asked a person to take his paper The fact that be has a large aubdcrlptlon list Is conclusive proof that the people want hie paper and are going to have it whether the editor wants them to take It or not Over in these dlggens we not only Bilk the good people to subscribe but Implore them to do so and sometimes threaten them with death and destruction if they do not plank down the dough and subscribe for a year or so But all papers are not as good as Brer Lundram for If they were the publishers of thorn would have av ermotb sailing as does that splendid gentleman TUB roll call of millionaire Senators In the 58th Congress will stand about aa follows Clark Banna Depew Platt Kean Dryden Elklns Bard Renee Perkins Wottmore Proctor Scott Quay Alger and Addlcka Per haps about one Senator In every six a real live millionaire WILl IOItP takes the cake aa a newspaper town There are three publica Lions there viz Wllmore Times pub llsned by Louis Pllcber Soul Winner edited by Dr E O Guerrant and the Asbury Journal edited by Rev J W Hughes All these and the town la not much larger than Hustonvtlle TilE examination of an Egyptian mummy 2000 yoar old revealed the fact that death was causbd by appendicitis This is proof of two things viz Appen dicitis Is not a now disease and that the poor Egyptian suffered tortures IN these gloriously good times wood le selling at 18 per cord at Marshall trio while coal can hardly be obtained for love or money Hurrah for Teddy It4 NEW JERSEYS leading Industry la the manufacture of corporations to do business In other States Last year was not a very good year for the crea clan of trusts but the State received from Uline fees nearly halt a million dollars Two years ago It received twlca as much The annual taxes on corporations previously chartered to gather with tho filing of tees on new creations gave the State 14000000 The object of getting charters from New Jersey Delaware or West Vir ginia la to evade proper reatrlctlooa elsewhere Imposed MORE than 4000000 American farm ers now have the benefit of tho rural froe delivery and the amount of mall they receive has been more than doubled since the system was adopted During the past year tbo system cost the government about 824000000 and with this amount the postofOco department has been able to give excellent satisfaction WITH automobiles reduced In price from 11500 to 1700 oven newspaper mon can afford tolook at one as It pissea by POLITICAL W J Bailey was Inaugurated aa governor of Kansas ExGov W J Stone of St Louis wan nominated for U S Senator to succeed Senator Vest It la rumored that Representative Richardson may resign his seat In the next Congress on account of duties cos ncctod with a Masonic office A Now Mexico delegation beaded by Gov Otoro la In Washington to make a vigorous fight for tho admission of that Territory to Statehood Abram S Hewitt former Mayor of New York City Is dying He is 81 years old served 12 years In Congress and was the organizer of the Cooper UnionCol L D Tyson of Knoxvllle waa elected speaker of the Tennesae Houso of Representatives The deadlock was broken on the Slit ballot Pray with drawing Opponents to tbo Statehood Bill In the Senate acknowledge their Inlet tlon of continuing debits if possible until the appropriation bills sidetrack the measure Complaint has gone up from the Negro politicians of Indianapolis that they have received but thrqe places at the hands of the Legislature though behold the balance of power In Marlon county Thomas M Sharp of Nicholas bis has announced his candidacy for Rep rcsentatlve from the counties of Nich olas and Robertson subject to the pri mary July 18 He Is tbe present Rep tentative The democratic committee of tho 3rd jddtclal district met at Kuttawa and ordered a primary held on May 0 tho date of the State primary for the purpose of nominating candidates for clr cult judge and Commonwealths attor neyA sensation was sprung when tbo democratic caucus of tbe Tennessee Legislature was held to elect a State Controller An opponent of Controller King a candidate for reelection charged him with covering up a short age In the books of a county officer THIS AND THAT Dr J A Dixon a Glasgow banker III John B Carpenter is dead In Hart county John Cox a bank president of Jonet boro Tone dropped dead Sheriff flees of Bibb county Ala was shot to death by a Negro A second child of Sheriff Fodee of Warren county died of scarlet foyer William Russell aged 17 and Miss Nora Cotton 15 were married in Fay otto The price of PitUburg coal was advanced two cents a bushel In Louis ville The coal famine In Chicago contin ues and a number of deaths have re- Butted Ono person was killed and a hall doin hurt in a dynamite explosion at Holmcsburg Pa John D Rockefeller is spending hun dreds of thousands on BO Immensocoun try estate near New York A municipal coal yard may be estab lished at Indianapolis on account of the high prices demanded by dealers Tbe Illinois Central Railroad Com pan has placed orders for 91500000 worth of cars car wheels and castings Mrs Henry Hughes of Mason coun ty was burned to death by her clothes catching fire from a burning pan of grease Fire which destroyed Fayerweather Ladows belting manufactory In New York caused a loss of nearly a million dollars Gov Durbin of Indiana is addrcsc Ing requests to the railroads of his State to give coal tbo right of way over other freight Hon W G Gossum former repre sentative of tbe general assembly from Warren county was found dead In bed at bis home near Glasgow While out hunting rabbits William McDaniel aged 24 married was acct dentally shot and killed by a compan ion near ElllottsvlUe McDaniels cousin was killed in the earns manner ono month agog Leslie Combs has left for Guatemala Intensely cold weather Is reported from the Northwest and West Europe msy have another royal scan dal Count De Lonyay has loft his wife the Princess Stephanie of Aus tinHungary No reason la given Four crop of corn are produced year ly in Cuba The first crop Is planted in December and the fourth crop Is harvested In Decembe- rTried to Conceal It Its the old story of murder will ony in this case theres no crime A wo man feels run down has backache or dy spepsla and thinks its nothing and tries to hide it until she finally breaks down Dont deceive yourself Take Electric Hitters at once It has a reputation for outing Stomach Liver and Kidney trou bles and will revivify your whole system The worst forma of those maladies will quickly yield to the curative power of Electric Hitters Only COc and guaran teed by all druggists HEW LIVERY STABLE s W BnIE tSH1ros JUNCTION CITV KY p TintGlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Mon Grain and Stay For Sale Hustonville Property for Sale I nlll over at private sale my property situated on the north of Main oa east eWeof College street In Iluitonrllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable end vacant lot This property1s well arranged for hotel or bout and Livery table on same a nice livery barn t3xS and al ouballdiagsneeer for hotel and livery va rant lot for private residence It desired Sverlaitles water la abundance Property b well arranged for privets residence ar- now rented for that It you want good paying In Iluatoavlll call or D Oarpeater llustor fine Xj L R Hughes Secretary a Treasurer Control Kentuc- kyeaIEstateExtangi TITLE CO Stanford Ky No House snd lot In BUnfordtteranraihill porck la in rear rsrJen pod nelgbtnrheo close to churrkrs a d school lor imill fam ily ITIcoJMO No l Small torn 37 aerie 5 miles Irons Man ford HouMOl four good rooms tusk porch soil mands Oood Urn lid other ulldla In eooJ pair Cut 1Alxlllda well JranJd sun In one sera In fruit tree tilt In gray ought iimmmtatoeriloll at bargslo sod un at UrValn Clone to school sd f hHr li SiS W3 acre tad adjoining sold for 110 and I U Thtstssbaryin- No 3llouN and lot In Stanford lions Mil slun fire room wood stable and 5 urn of tan well fenced Oae of prettiest building lots in town room nugh In trout br two other coUsgci or a S ton troauoull be butte to the eotlag and be mde a btautlful home Will be sold cheap as Ib owntr mat bays monty No 4 Two story tram dwelling 7 room hall and wands coal gsrden fencing and nous nod repair For ule er rent Irlce reasonable No S 1toueand lot In Stanford Thtie room andlrontrorch Oood garden and UMs Uood repair Will be sold ehe No 7 House sod lot In Stanford 14 storm 5 rooms Oood ftrin smoke end cull houses only bo SFsrra ot Mserre JK mitre lrom Bond on county road 2Srn cultlnllon eevt- psolurexIn good orchards and rest In llinbvr Two small OtllIN bare andoytbolldlnjs well Mend and lenclnf r1rl d bought st your price as ownet UT s In IndUnsso lls and here No Afannpfrx1scnroarmUn frosStaa ford on era lo wlnnrnelbtfmothyelndorvstudv bed In Cue blurt tee Is cut In well sod sprlhg lee dpoodetlwodwelllegagood bun an4l out LulldlDCI quutenof rolls botb deelllps being on tlh lenty fruit tree ad enough tlmlter to make poIli A splendid blu iegraes form and only 20 mmulee drive from mtyat Owner of sae farm adjolnlig ebb baa recently refused JU err acre Woail tbls u 131 per acre No 1129 acres land with DceeMsry Improve menu H mile from Slsntord Dwelling veranda hall and porch Large barn smoke hoSe etc Well stared and fenced and buildings III good repair Irlre reasonable No t2 JwelUng of lU rod pofc- esseryo outbul dlags and garlen Afro tug two IIDr store room 2azW test lower room supplied Itb rouotnheicti etc alter In nd Small sloraoom ale elatero and well on poi lot lak of lure One taUe from IsUnTord llulldlnp In 001 repair end dwelling originally root 1tt1l- Ond tor our 1100 WII sell both fur JMO or will rent or sell s p rstely No 1S230 acre farm 3i mile of Crab Orchard KY llrlck dwelling broom two tenet houses two buns will cod spring near dwelltag farm Berate of cultivation 150 attN slyer bottom land good fencing troll etc Pile 13750 an acre II 100 acre ol land on Lancaster street CrabOrcbrdopJtWlttlprlags In no Ira nementsexcept birD aboadtD8 stock witty Pretlkst building lita to town Prlfe t3WINo15A nice cottage and lot on Laocutf- fItreetlluatord7 rooms nod cistern pie tool will sull for tlOOO NonA farm ef its urn near Huilonilllo Dwelling of tight rooms bill vennda etc One tenant house stock bun Urge tobacco barn and other outbuildings Cistern and nod well In the rd coil water ta every add on the plan Farm cut 15 seren fields and nt clau laid No 1IOnn of 160 acres situated near Kings vllle Ky acre In calthatloo 39 In Umberiest IfUIt well watered two ood tarns and other oUIbulll11aC1j good repAIr welllngromaarotlve Dew is thin 800 yart or three chutcha- 0o1p01tome and C depot Property lei oa lit and county rod sod II moet Inn In that Mtllon WI will sail the whole rum lor K400 or la rrrsls of not lees than so acres to sultpurchuer This Is ccrtanly chap property No 63Frm ot 75 scree near Wneabuig- Dlllngi good barnto Well watered tenting aad in rroducth lime eland la good aetthtnrhoodclose to school lId on good road Price 5700 NotA farm of 300 acres In Lincoln county Three goo dwellings S good turns ad other out buildings each bouse barn etc stout the renter of 100 acres All on county road J4 mile from church school and postouioe Laln and well watrtd This Is a good ad would sull two or tbr e fsiullle that might want to come from tbe same neighborhood Irlce reasonable No 55A farm of acres In Casey county Ky One sod onehslf story dwelling with six roomy good barn ant other outbuildings blity acres In cultlratlon acres In timber fruit trees etc a well on county rood dose to cburcbea- acbool eta Irlce only Zo Mrm of tie acres la Casey couat Two ItOry tram dwelling two lbarns and other ulldlsge In good repaIr Iplcndld tobacco land and In good community A bargain at flOO No MFarm of 115 acre In Casey county A aetl twoitory 8 room frame dwelling a old dlllac In 1lr codltlon and other out dings On county rood splendid tobacco land well waured two wells spring etc This a I1rabl borne Irlce 11500 w wonMr t H e N 4t e eef 11 p w N y i gplA w 0i J tb yyeN1 ve 11 1 ft i 0 ijr ea I I The Grand Leaders ii1 o 1 s l1 s Cold WeatHer Snaps tk 1 t llN Childrens Heavy Calf Shoes worth 125 at 98c Mens Heavy Boots worth 2 at 139 te Mens Heavy Underwear at 25c Mens Heavy Lined Buckle Arcticse worth 125 at89c J Mens Storm Arctics worth l at 6ge i Ladies 25c all Yarn Hose at 19 Cts Ladies 20c Underwear at 15crMens all wool Underwear worth at 79c ii 6 Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts at 448 5 Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts at 298 tt o4Mens 15 Overcoats at Only 975 J l i l Mens 12 Overcoats at 825 Mens 6 Overcoats at 425 i Heavy Blankets at 98c and 125 i OgTRemember the Grand Leader wants your trade and if Good Prices and Fair Treatment cut a fig i = ri ure this should be your trading placeee m THEa GRAND LEADER 1tt e i S O LEVYManaper Ia HAYS LEVY Props e c 1e e 1 ae s i5 Y OI f N4i e tea ec e Bcaper greek 01161 Gas go Tbo Beaver Creek Oil A Gas Company whoso chief place of business Is Hustonville Lincoln county Ky at a meeting of lit Hoard of Di rector Dec 1 ltX2 Increased Its capital atock pursuant to a vote of the stockholders from 5000 to 125000 Tho company stow otter to the public MO share of this new stools at Us par value of 110 per shoro Tho oompany desire to make a rank Mate wont upon the occasion of this ottering so that investors may know precisely what they arc doing tat At the meeting clove referred to the Hoard declared a stock dividend of 100 por cent to Its then stockholders who hold the then entire capital stock of shares In effect thus doubling the amount of stock of each share holder This was done as an out of Justice to the Investors whojiad put their monoy Into un untried experiment and who had borne all the risks and burden of making that experiment and it was based upon tho fact that this experi a ment had resulted in a pronounced success the only three wells drilled being steady producers of a fine quality of illuminating oil and the further facts that tho pipe line had been corn plated and the company Vas then delivering oil 41 at the wells at 09 cents per barrel and that the company on the day of the meeting had acquir ed another 100 acres of territory In tho Heaver Creek field thus exactly doubling the corapa nys territory Tho effect of this dividend It will be understood requires new subscribers to pay In effect twlco as much for their stookas did tho old Notwithstanding this it is sub mitted that tho present otter seems a most tempting one 2d Tho three wells now drilled ocoupy only 10 acres or onetwentieth of our territory This territory is conceded by practical oil men to be by far the most promising in Wayno No be Flay acres nest Pleasant Point Kjr Prime house t rooms sod larch tlarn and olbsr outbuildlnp Scrola cultivation nse In tin her Well yards from poslofflcoKhool and church Ists well on and In corn munltr Irlce 0 W days buyer rr 250 orlOO acre farm dtuatei from one to three mile from toa Moo buyer rur about 100 acne situated Irani one to but toll with or without Improvements Al- arb0luforan15000to10000tarot doto town No U Four llowland Kr Price 1100 eaeu No 19 90Ji acres of Unit near Crab Orchard chap oO Twostory house I rooms hslKrcranda II acre Isnd axJjolnlneln titanford llop arty In good repair water and 1I1h1 In bouse cia Urn at door Beautiful home lrlc 11000 No22 lfousofavroomaporchone acre f ground and nod stable One mile rum town 1200 No 2J Farm ot H acra5tallfrom StinforJ Prone dwelling of 7 reoinst 2 t t ras a stable and wagon combined tb Ii hn sn ixtra cood Irame wllh rattle shed attached liam especially arnDced rr curlDl tobatoo Alai hennery and core nib tinorchar Fenclap In good repair Well watered etc Thut rare bu ban occupied l 7 a former own er 17 oan and Is well sod improved Is In mile otpostomes church and school UnUil for 1902 lor halt fram rent end Is cultivated corn wheat tobacco and cloter title Ierfrct- Owtprneansowner11500 as county records will show No 21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acres land In Morelsncl flood tarn and necessary outbuild t welts la N sllS orchard and 2 acres IDtrbtrrles Immediate pouesslon 1rlcefMO No 21 Frame boJcl lerp room double verse das bII larx 2 story storeroom 30 loot Irons boUlj up stairs suits roatlnftreel 2 nice cottages nicely furnished papered sod painted rooms and veranda each A large barn on same used aa liver stable Hoo1 gardeD acAai lot feet front 200 eel deep All this properly ts In London Ky alid Is a fine chance for some one to mate money Proprietor has refused to rent Prtpertr for 130 per mouth Oa account of health of bis wife only reason for stlllcs proprietor desires to exchang grfarns la Lincoln county No l1A turn orUII acre In Oarrard county S tulles front Laacaster Ky All In clorer and bluecrasa except lOscrev no wasteland lead waterI b S rod and bJlucbN through the plceTbo land ts rick produeUllrow bemp aDd toba ffewlyfrne- d locust posts A good orchard ImprOTements a tw tor7 room frame dwelling In each room pantries cellar ele nwly ooTered sod punted tenant boos bun and other oulbuUdlngs all In good oooditlo In good neighborhood near church school depot oefoma ant store within yards or pue- h4 plan wl W sold cheap county We may reasonably expect and do Ionfldently oxpttet to be able to show to our ilockholdors In the near future 25 or 30 wells as good as or better titan than the present f ones We owe a complete pumping outfit which U now being operatedlontbe rounllnnll which has the capacity of pumping 30 wellsjThe three wells now bolng pumped era believed to bo steady and permanent producers at tho t rate of 10 barrels each per day This moans at the prlro we are at prostnt recolvlng a not Income above all expense of lift per day or 10000 i cr annum or an annual dividend on the stock already Issued 110000 rind to Is sued 15000 of 00 per cent As other welt arc drllltfd In which will bo done as oxi cdl tlously ai possible this dividend will lw pro portlonately augmonlod Within 12 months from this date wo are hopeful and oven coatI lent of earning 150 per eonU upon overt dollar of tho steak to bo issued and that our sttAik will be worth 3100 per share on the 3rd Wo have decided to issue additional stock tanking the entire markotI115000 bollovlng that this amount tho dally earnings of tho wells pumped will bo sufficient to enable oompa ny to develop Ita territory as rapidly as Is dc slrablo 4 The company territory situate on hoar or Greek Wayne county Ky is surrounded now by 40 produoing wolls pumping from 5 to 400 barrol each per day and distant from us CO yards to 3 miles These companies art1 own ed and operated by tho Penn Lubricating Co Tho Kontuojy to Ohio Oil Co tho South Ken lucky 011 Co Tho Cumberland Oil Co tho Al phaOil Co and tho Sanders Oil Co Any further Information or even an exami nation of our books will bo cheerfully afford ed pontons desiring to Invest upon lion to the undersigned J C BARKER nppllonI3 M OWENS Jan 8 1003 If LI CHANGE W W Willicm and L n Hughes Imvo purchas 11 lIrliiturcI I II I I larger cities selecting m I t BARGAINS I TgootL I WITHERS FURNITURE yours OMPANJ 11fa etellbl elesolabs saa 11s w eaters If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial FARM FOR SALE 1Jl I dcslro to sell my farm of 100 aorta located on Knob Lick K mllo of Knob Lick Station nil all No1 farming land near ly half of which U In cultivation tho re malodor in BlueOrnsj line on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouse Well watered by cistern springs and pond Those donlrlag to buy a small taint do well to pea my placeIB W OIVEN3 Kr r ITHE INTERIORt10URHAIJ r 1 STANFORD KT JAN13 1003 In fllllnu jour protcrlptloni no ueo tho rlghl medicines ID the exact done and with proper care Wo could not do better If jon paid us doublo tbo price which la always rcaeonablo Poe I eve Drug Store PERSONALS MK ED CALUttLL 11111 of pnourao eta LITTLE Miss DATTIK HIOE has mum pi- GHARLKS LUTES was In Louisville Saturday JAMES MiLiianN wool to Danvllto yesterday BRYAN CAKIBNTBU li at homo from Dayton O B D HIATT returned Friday from Lexington Mits J 3 YOUNG of nighhndlJa critically Ill I JUDGE FKLIX Fox of Dinvlllj wee hero Saturday Ii WALTEII L MARTIN of Somerset 1 was bore Saturday ffi ALFRED PENCE li Drtng ID tbo L k N yards at Covlogtoo MRS OR CLUTON FOWLER li down with alnere case of mumps JOHN SMILEY of Lexington la with the family of Mr T D fleecy Mil L 0 flumiLK went to Atlanta t Friday with 32 uravolaia mule Mil S T IlAKRtS wont to Atlanta Friday with a car lobd of mule Mn W LAWIIENOC of Spring Oeld came up to court yesterday tau J Q DAVIS of Woodbine la with hla friend Kid Ed Hubbard MRS JOHN D Itimc who baa had a bad case of mump U able to bo out FRED KiciucsiiEitaEii of Versailles oema over Sunday to visit his par eatsr LITTLE KATE UANEV who lies boos Tlalller In Lexington returned homo Saturday MRS M J WlTUEHH has rooted Uarrar Ilalma cottage oa tan 7ho Street f MnsJ8 HEED and llttlo son o Lexington are with her mother Mrs J M White MRS ELIZA J MINK of Moreland has ben granted a widows pension ol I IS par moatb MK S Eo LACKEY and wife of Oat latin Tenn arc with Mr and Mrs J S Owaler Jr MR J U HILTON of Brodhoad wai hero Saturday with frloodi who were glad to see him Nit AO EASTLAND camo up from Louisville yesterday Miss JoHBiiiiNK WARIIBN who la visiting Mil Jean Warren In Boyle has been quite ilolt- WINPRED DUNCAN went to Lexing ton Sunday to take a dullness course In W II Smiths college MRS J11 HARDIN of Moos who I was the handsome Win Elite Kldd s with Mlsa JonDle Pence MR W T SMITH has been confined to his bed with rheumatism for a wool or more but la boner now CAlT T A BLICIN of Lancaster took the train here Friday for Atlanta to visit bis son W S Klkln TUB Somerset Republican says that W B Tucker sod faintly have moved to tbat place from Highland MISSES NELL AND JOSEPH INK WAR REN went to DanTlllo Friday to vlilt their handsome cousin Miss Joan War- reD MR JOHN M LAIR of Wayne coup ty has rented the F Reid farm on the Iluetonvllle pike anJ hat moved to It with his family MR EMMETT MCCORMACIC of the West End was hero yesterday Ho bee Just gotten over a severe tuiilo i with the mump Mit AND MRS RUSSELL and children left Thursday for thou new homo at May wood Livingston cor Mt Vernon Signal Miss CETTIK THURMOND writes that i she bas closed very aucceiiful school at Eubanka and la now visiting her av IIter Mrs J S May at Somerset IBS KATE BLAIN will go to Grant county Jan 1G to attend tho marriage tofher niece Miss Ellzibeth Blaln to Ollle M Paynter of Roanoko Va His frlendt and they arolcglon were glad to see Mr J B Paxton on tho street Friday He Is looking well t have gone through tbo sickness as trouble that have been his share OURold frlebd Tom Palmer is stop ping high Its a boy weighs 10 pounds and Tom says It looks Just lIke him The youngster arrived Tuesday and has been named Everett Brown Lan caster Record MR AND MRS ROUERT E SALLKK and little daughter of Danville stopped hero with Mr and Mrs John Cram or as they wero enroule to Purcell In r dian Territory whore they go to make ti their home In tho future Lexington Democrat MR JAMES T MENEFEE has been appointed depot passenger agent of t the L N at Ne Orleans says tho Tlmee Democrat of that city In speak lug of the position the paper says Mr Meoefeo II to a wslkla Information bureau OIl duLics will be to see that passengers desiring Information about the city or surround log sections are speedily accommodated that children unaccompanied b rdlaDI or ladles without escorts ar courteously cared for etc LOCALS CAKES baked to order at Willie- S TRY Eogloharde er Jno Bright Sc Co + UOOD piano for sale Mrs S M Ran kin price I on lap robes J O McClnry CRUSHED Sbol for chickens at Craig Hookers HuciniOAHU Good second handed buckboad for sala Apply at this of flsc LoSTA velvet obetwoun A W Carpenters and Moreland Leave at Moreland poatofllco andthen furniture for sale ata great sacrifice Call at once for first choice S M Rankin TilE homond fiveacres of lend on cemetery bill was bought yesterday DX tbo Buffalo Cometery Co for 1222 Mns BETTIB o II Iclosed a sue easeful term of school In the Lynn dli trlct cad Is now teaching at her homo In May wood AN examination foga graduation In common school course will bo held at tbo qourtbouio Jan flO and 31 Oar land Slsgleton Supt FOR RENT Storeroom on Lancas ter street and law offices formerly occupied by W A Trlbblo Apply at idle oNcaor write to W P Walton Lexington 41 CARSON PENOreready to watt on the people In an exchange at their store Wheat corn oats hay etc taken In exchange for Hour meal ship stuff and cotton sued moal HAVE a coed time auhelp a good cause by alteadlng tbo Chlnoio Tea glued by the young ladles of the Pros HlgIDing Jan 10 YOUR attention Is called to the card of tho Beaver Craok Oil S Gu Co carefulfla a mighty good thing to put a fow dollara In WrlU to S M Owen Sec rotary for stock YOUR attention Is ledlotho stand Ing adertleem D of the Wither Fur nlturo Co Messrs L R Hughes and W W Wither proprietors Thor carry an up to date stock of overytbtng In too furnlluro Him aDd their price e aro right Quo them a trial Tint baohelor ended editor of tbo Cyntbtana Democrat mad becaue he did not get a glimpse of bruin say of ui A man and a bear appeared at Stanford Christmas and gore an exhi bition The INTERIOR JOURNAL never enjoyed Christmas qulto so much BAitEILUreEi Baker died a t her home at HlgbUod Friday night aged tb She was tbo mother of I children four of whom have died In the last year Consumption caused Mrs Bakers death The burial oc curred at tho Methodist church at noon Sunday BOUUHT A OALL ttytitle Maggie Sacray who Is tbo boat photographer In Central Kentucky has bought W W Cboatos photograph gallery In Danvlllo and will take possession March 1 Her slater Miss Mattle Sa cray who Is also a ago photographs will bavo charge of tho Sacray gallery heroCOOetfloe A C Cook well bero Dad related to tbo families In td county by that dame died at Plaits burg Mo a fow days ago Ho was about 73 years Old and less than a year tholNr finre a his section and a sterling democrat Ho represented hla district In too Legisla taro a number of years ago FROM tho number of people who putting off paying their taxes on a count of sickness the doctors of t1 cola county ehould bo doing a thrlvln business said Sheriff M S Baugh man to us yesterday I cant wal longer though and you can lave spec In Fridays paper for the delinquent paldA hint to the wlso Is sufficient THE largo idol drygoods es tablishment of Llae Black Company at Nashville burned Saturday causing a loss estimated at 8210000 with 8100 000 Insurance Tho fire started In the basement and Its origin Is supposed to bo duo to a defective electric teen o lion Tbo flames spread rapidly and the house was nblazo by the time tho Ore department arrived Tho senior member of the firm Is Mr R J Lyle who married a daughter of the late Mr J M Cook of Hustonvllle and his many friends hero sympathize with him In his lots Mr James B Cook of Hustonvlllo Is also connected with tho firm Mr Lyles left for Now York Saturday night to buy another stock of goods While tbo largo amount of surance carried will make the lessee Incoavadleao he C0 worth many thousands of dollar TUB Graded School will open next Monday 19th READ R B MabonyV Inturance ad verilseaent and give him a trial If you have not already done so REAL ckefrom China will be for tale at the Chinese Too Friday eve ning Jan 10 lib per pair Fort HUNT Four rooms reception hall good garden eta Apply to Mrs Annie Lulty or L R Hughe 2t TUB sale adv rilsumontof Mr Geo D Uoppsr appears ulsowbero Head It The date Is Tburtday Jan 22 e FOR RENT Tbo four room and kltobtjn above our store back yardi cistern and arable Severance Si DR GOLDSTEIN will be at the Hotel Veranda today and tomorrow Tuesday and Wednesday January 13 and 11 two days onlyCSALE Mra Mary E Boll will have a salo of ttock crop and household goods at her home near Kldd a Store Saturday nextoTilE cold weather kept a great many people away from court yesterday and as a contequeace It was a poor day from every standpoint PLEASE dont forget our terms are cash or exchange and If wo ticket you a tea days we expect same to bo paid when tbo ticket Is presented J H Baugbman do Co HON M F NORTH called to lee us yesterday Ho Is satUflcd he says tact bo will bo too nominee for Repre sentative and If elected wilt stand a splendid cbanco of being made speak erTREonly thing done lothe county court yasterday was the probating or Mrs Martha Lackeys will The la aliiofSamuel E Lackey Rot estate ijworth about 130000 COME the Tea Friday eyenlsg Jan 10 Doors open at 6 I1 M Ten teats will buy a pair of genuine usingtwill be served according to Chinese cuisine and rules of etiquette Other light refreshments will be served AT a recent koclal function n Kansas there were 42 young ladles pres oat but of all that number there was not a Mary Susie Sal He Annie or Kate There was a bunch of Malbellef two or tbreo Sunburst ono Wyllye ono Juanyta and other such names It Is remarkable what a change there baa neon In the spelling of gluon name In 1rho last decade Especially fa this the caio with young ladles many of whom think It la the worst sort of fogylsm not to add on letter or two or use I whore should bo Tills Item which appeared In our givenpdied from eating 23 twists of tobacco At that rato hex many cigarettes would It bavo taken to knock out tbo bovine A years subscription to the cheapest and best for the correct answer This la easy It takes a twist to make a cigarette hence 23 cigarettes would do the work Give us something harder 8 G Dick M D Crab Or chard P S The farmer might have saved his cow If be had given her tbo ICoeley treatment I would guess one If It were long enoggb and could be properly lighted Lincoln Well Yosemlto Seems to mo a single package ghoul 1sdo too work R J A Somerset TilE several churches of tbo city ob served the week of prayer by union ear vitas These services were held In the different churches and conducted In turn by tbo resident ministers Not withstanding the very Inclement weath or the meeting was wolf attended On Friday evening tbo meeting was held In the Presbyterian church and the program of services as announced In 0awergmeetareg- ular program of services the following resolution was Introduced and d roteeWhereas gambling Is a great curse and absolutely destructive of too moral character and whereas It Is remored and believed that gambling la carried on to an alarming extent In this city bi It hereby resolved that we the Christian people of this city do hereby ask our city ooupty and State ofllclals to Investigate such rumors and If bo a fact that certain persons do con duct gambling houses In this city o allow It in their house thou we do most earnestly Insist that our said ont clals apprehend and proaecuto all suet persons and all persons who may en gage In such games Wo do hereby pledge such officials our moral and fl nanclal support In the suppression o such vice And It Is further resolved that If such olllclali do not make a bona dmo b stop as will rid thla community of gambling In all forms end will use all honorable means to that end TUB mercury registered 10 at 530 this mornlcg oflSundayon ac count of the umllpox outbreak MACK GIVENS colored who died In yesterdayDothere were visitors from a number of towns here to attend life burial u R B Mufiony Insurance flflent Fire Lire Accident cad Tornado None but tire larg and host companies rep Icst Phone 82 Kentucky PUBLIC SALE Having eold my term I will on TIIUnSDAYJANUAUY22ND1P03 On the premlies IX mile from SUnford ellatpublic weanjllng 2 cloYerbayhousehold and kitchen furniture Ac sale madeknowoJ P Chandler Auctioneer DRIP I W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In My ore House Flats Estray Steer A 000pound black steer came to my bypalsgfair HECK Stanford Ky Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pro- tVitttlcBJtteu r Kentucky IIp1endidtablemeet all trains 8- 9POSTED strictlyforbidtresspaasIoK on our place and will prose- cuto violators to the full extent of tbo law J Nevln Carter James McOormack Mn Mr J UWhite Alex TrayUr MUa Mettle llewes J W W II UuiTderar J T Itlngaman Mrs Mulcena Lawson Mrs Mary C Given Peter nalmer A D Root Oeo n Hopper Mrs A P Pendleton P W Caster J V Gayer James N Cash James Mcsser Tom Stone Joseph Dallou T Harris M V Lawrence W P Grimes T A Rice J 8 Rocker W E Amen E T leneo George Holmes John II Foster O L Ashley Stock of Merchandise FOR SALE On Main St in Stanford Good Stand Making Money but want to sell for satisfac tory reasons Address Box 62 Stanford Ky Administrators Sale- Of Valuable Kcal Property As administrator with will annexed ct Mrs Clara W Singleton deceased I will on ATUIIDAV JANUARY IT 1003 prlretelffora Joe ard the following valuable real estate lit A farm containing about 100 arres of land situated on the Urab Orchard S Lancaster pike about mile from Crab Orchard twostorytrampLancaster street In the town of Crab Crab Iud Ky This Is a very desirable piece of Eropertr containing all the necessary out and a good well on place 3rd A nice building lot near the center of town runningbl1ckerty will all be sold to tho highest rind best bidder If not sold privately before the above date Terms made known on day of sale M S DAUQtlSIAN Administrator with will annexed of Clara W Singleton Sale at oclock NOTICE All persons having claims SingletonlIIllresen knowingtbemlelvulndebted l fer a favor by coming forward at once and lUcaiuuNIc Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS This Is a farm of 145 acres located miles atfactory ftTid near u German settlement The andrThe Improvements consist of a good frame dwelling house with S large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns ono an sheds attached sndgeapeclallyarranged for cur- Ing other a log stable cad wagon shod combined also a hennery a smoke house and corn crib There Is a dun vineyardfrail and In good repair Toss farm Is water ed with iiovirfalllng springs and two cis terns The owner Is a non rosldenl and of easytormaddress L U Hughes Secy Central Ken lucky Real Estate Stanford Lin COlD County Kentucky Odds And Ends Below Cost slsaueae aaetae We will close some small lots of Heavy Boots Stiff and Soft Hats Mens Stiff Bosom Shirts and Ladies Shoes at a loss for the cashI2 Boots for 125 2 Hats for 100 125 Hats for 75 f 50 cents Hats for 35i1 Shirts for 35 150 Ladies Shoes fqr 05 The goods WillllOt last long at these prices so do not delay Inking Visit our CutPrice Counter t Cummins S McClary OVERCOATS OverShoesFelt Ear MuffsLined Gloves Wool Shirts The Very Thing For This Zero Weather Torms Cash H J McRoberts tl u h t dt Wlit lOut of tlje frying Pai i Ic5 into the Fire rfIs an old saying but a tree one in a certaiti senselregard to our business relations lYe have w bombarded you with inducements for u wholeJ year to trade with us and vc will thank you jjL lS here for the past present and future patronage ftt But you l IvjjpP From our call for customers We want your l l J business for 1003 We will make many improve t1 gftp1 SEVERANCE SON 1ysj U tV j JOHN BRIGHT JR a CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenswaro all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement TIME AFTER TIME llo havo extended greetings to an over Increasing number of customers Our business grows larger because more peo plo are finding out that they can pur chase bore at reasonable prices tbo new tit things in JEWELRYWatches Gold and Silver Novelties In repairing of watches clocks and jewelry I guarantee entire satisfaction W H MUELLER Stanford Ky RUB THE INTKRJOR JOURNAL littered n the pottcfflce at at I icondclaa matter rabdSahwa uwa aT suadFxidihV 11 PER YEAR CASH- es When not eopafda = OO will bftbsrgtd KNOXVILLE DIVISION I ore 071 Train going NorthM 1140 am- 230am f oZ3 Soulh12UamN-o23 Ii252pm PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clettaa and branttflef the btlr PromMM hiurinl Never Tall to nntor Iitr to tu Toothful Color Ouu Kp 1Indlrot JJrumoti j w PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Doe a business In both lines and ratronageAll other A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Omeeror LeRobertDru j StarInthe Owiloj- Balldlnt I R A JONESDENTIST Stanfordt Ky Offlcpovcr Hlggins McKinneye StarITelephone Nu 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 cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills Jua when services are rendered and must b paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Feod Salo Stablo Liberty KyI Drummers Rigs a specialty sold Grade Horses nnd Mnloa bought Feed horses receive personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Ouraes and Mules constantly on hand and or sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Tray tar 8 I icet DEALERS IN WHisku Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter Hous STANFORD KY Close to Prompt snJ polite attention Nothing but the es to drink Malt phone tr telerrsph orders receive I Laura S Webb YlcePrmililvDt Woman Demo crude Club of Aarlliem OUlo I dreaded the change of life which was rut approaching noticed Wine of to try a bot tie I experienced some relief the first month to kept on taking It forIthree months and now I menstruate with no pain and shall take It off and on now until I have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off They follow woman to the change Do not wait but take Wine of Cardut now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardul never fails to benefit a sufferingwoman of any Wino Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When conic to the change life Mrs Webbs letter will mean more to you than it does now hut OU now avoid the suffering sho endured Druggists sell fl bottles of Wino of Canlui e r 1 INE0FCARDUIf HCRUPLEY I The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE t desire to cell my farm of O acres just outside of the town mlta It la one of th homes around Stanford and i well Improved with a bandsomo twostor dwelling lies good kitchen and splendid dry cellar Fine water and electric light furnished free Most of tho outside fenc- Ing Is kept by others Very little fenc- Ing to do Splendid barn a cistern at doer Land In a state of cnltlvttloi with most of It In grass flood roomy meal house etc Terms to ult purchaser Call and see the place J S Hundley STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Veretabto of all kinds In season Phone 20 ring 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford A Ml a BOURNE Lancastor Ky Offers his serviceo ai Auotoia t r to the people of Lincoln County will pleweyou both In work and prlco to him To the Coal Consumer I Raving bought out Dlgglns k Sims tbe coal dealers we aro now prepared to fami the people of Stanford country tho best brands of coal at tho lowest market price for cash Farmers will take your hay and corn In exclanp e for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Orders at coal houseyour money phone 4t or Hoonea livery stable No 06 Boone dfc I3uzxAVS2x1 STflNFOtU ic- riEMEMJ3EJ That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in tho pro mium may cost you a hundred in a loss That only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in tho Home of New York can be relied on Josso D Wearen Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardDovli ante 0 sey Counties Kentuc- kyCURISTIAN COLLEGE Huston villa Kv Announcement for second term beginning Jan 10 1003 Oscar B Fallls Ph D president professor of Latin Greek and HIgher Mrs Fallla graduate of the Engllsche Institute of Augsburg Germany professor of Mnslc Gorman French Miss A has been Boloplaced at tbe bead Normal Department Miss Julia Stagg teacher German and French by a DaUvemu lie by a German musician of many year experience bookkeeping and general bus loess forms without a text boos It practical from Iho beginning The Normal Departmont under Mles Boglo is to be one of the leading features of the term The Preparatory Department will be taught by one of the most teachers In this part of the State at very reasonable rates For further particulars address the resident J+ G41YcCMY t1NDEItr ail a1t11arlyddaYy E5IBALBIER And Dealoarln HARNESS SADDLBBY C Stanford Ky isL Beazle Co Undertakers and- Embatmera DwJu J F urnilurcMlttting Rags They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENT tJOK It Costs to Run for Office Delow la given the expanse neeoun of a Dillaa oouoty Texas candldate from which It will be readily seen that the political pillow lack a great deal of being soft From this time on h- olIa ho will always be In favor of an early primary although ho will never be a candidate agate Here Is tbe vay ho put It dowo Lost four months and 33 days can va8lnu 1310 hours thinking about the election Oyo acres of cotton 23 acrca or corn a whole sweet potato crop four sheep flvo shoats and one beef Rivet to barbecue two front teoth and a oon slderable quantity of hair In a peroool skirmUb Gave away 07 plugs or to bicco 70 Sunday school books two pairs of suspenders four calico dreuee seven dolh and 13 baby rattlers Told 2830 lies shook hands 33175 times talked enough to hava made In print 1000 largo volumes aiM of ens office reports kissed 120 babl kindled 14 kitchen Ores cut three corda of wood pulled 474 bundle of fodder picked 774 pounds ot cotton helped pull seven wagon loads of corn duo 14 bUlb eh of potatoes toted 21 buckets ot water put up seven stoves wee dog bit four times watch broken by baby con S3 to bare U repaired Loaned out three barrels of nour r 0 bushels of meal 150 pounds of bacon 37 pounds of butter 12 dO n eggs 10 umbrellas 13 lead pencils one BIJ IF dictionary one mowblidc two boell one overcoat live boxes paper eoiiarii none of which have been returned Called my opponent a pcrambul Inxllar doctors bill tlO Had Ore argument with my wife Result ooe flower vase smashed one dish of bash knocked oil the table one shirt bOlom ruined one broom handle broken two handfuls of whiskers pulled out 100 worth of sticking plaster bought De tides spending 176SA Texas Ex change MATRIMONIAL George W White of Washlngt sod has flied suit for divorce after 17 years married life He alleges cruelty J T Prewltt a widower of 43 Bod Irs Susan Leathers a widow came up from Doyle Saturday and were mar rled by Judge Bailey Robert B Owens and Visa Ellzibe Cook of Mltchellsburg were married In Danville Dr T H Coleman oWel ting The groom Is 60 years of ago On January 21st Miss Maggie T Noel and James B Wood both of Glr ird will be married by Rev Chum tey at the home ot Mr J M Blatt at yattevlle After the ceremony tbe bridal party will drive to Paint Lick hero a reception will be given then Tbe prospective bride who is a daug ter of Rev R R Noel of this place Is a handsome young woman and Is all p ipular as she Is accomplished James Wright formerly of this county and a son of Mr W H Wright tbe West lied was married at Rich land Oregon to Mra Fannie Sault ders A Rlchland paper says The ride is a handsome charming woman ellknown in Rlchland being one of- tbe stockholders In Saundcrs Bros ercantlleestabllsmentand tbe groom who Is highly esteemed In this community Is one of tbe leading beep m an of Eagle Valley Mr and Mn rlnht have a Urge number of lends who unite in wishing then much joy and many years of wedded bUll A Marvelous Invention Wonders never cerise A machino haa- been invented that will cut paste and bang wall paper The field of invention and discoveries seems to be unlimited table among great discoveries is Dr- Kinsa New DlwoTery for consumption It has done a world of good for work lunjtJ and saved many a life Thousands havo used It apd conquered Grip Bron ebitl Pneumonia and Consumption Their general verdict is Its the beat- aod most reliable medicine for throat 1lung troubles Every 60c and fI bottle II vanteed by all druggist Trial bottles free If any democratic speaker feels dli uraged because he does not make many converts let him remember that Noah preached rlgbteoupness for an indred years and did not make any coo verts at all but at the end of tbat- tIme a flood came and drowned lhose- who refused to turn from their evi- lwayaBrynnlI Commoner 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 No v Life Pills wound Mud troublo they save by their meat work In- Siomach and Liver troub es Thoy nol- ony relieve you but cure 25c at 11- 1drug stores Near CaBoyvllle two boys Jas New- kirk and John Knight shot at lome- btrda on a magazine In which Jlowder- abd dynamite were stored An exptof Ion followed and the boys wero hurled lo o the air sustaining Injuries that- may prove fatal m For a bad taste In the mouth take a few- dOlea of Chamberlains Stomach and Llv er Tablets Price 25c Warranted cure For sale by Craig d IIockerDrug glsllI Y You Will Never bo Sorry For living a white life For doing your level best For your faith in humanity For balng kind to the poor For looking before leaping For bearing before Judging For helen candid and frank For thinking before speaking For harboring clian thoughts Fur dlscounttne the tale bearer For standing by your prlnalples For giving nu unfortunate a lift For stopping your oar to gossip Far asking pirdoo when in error Fur the Influence of high motives For being ai courteous a a dukn For bridling a slanderous tongue For befog generous with an enemy For being iquaro in business deals For aympathlfcng with the oppress edFor promptness In keeping Tour pomlscs For belnr pitent with cranky neighbors Dont Worry This is easier said than done yet it may bo of some help to consider tbe matter If tbe cause Is something over which yoi hue no control it is obvious that worry ing will not help the matter In the least Ot the other hand if within your con trolvou have only to act When you have a cold and fear an attack of pneu minis buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use It judlclouay and all cause for worry as to the outcome will quickly disappear There is no danger of pneumonia when It is used For sac by Craig A Hooker Druggist FOR RENT Mr storeroom recently coeupled by Wra Severance Will rent for one or mere years- J II OWSLEY Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Pint National Hank of Stanford will bo held at heir binding house the second Tuesday In January 19W for the purpose of electing directors for the eLsulngTuar JOHN J Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder of tbe Lie oln County National flank of Stanford wll be hold at their banking house the second uetday In January IBM fur the purpose of electing YMrJStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na local Hank of llustont tile will be held at heir banking house la Hustanvllle the sec nd Tuesday In January 1003 between and 12 for the purpose of electing dl rectors to servo the eusulrg year J W I1OUKKU Cashier DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs acheHeartlUseasehravslDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary Ur fennel Ho has spent a life tlino cllrlnl Ullt sues caso M ours All consultations Free A gravel lodged In my bladder After using a few of Fenners Klrtnej and Backache Cure I bait ai largo as u marble The medicine prevented further formation I was cured W T CAKES Orrlx Va- Drugxlsts50e ft Ask for Cook HookFree STVITUSDANCE CURE Pure Cure Circular ni Fonner FrcdonlaNV A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sale sib acres miles from Danville Ky on th Lexlneton p1k1s acres with tin Improvements 01 one sUe of a county rod ant S Jon the opposite side Will be soki as s whole or separately In splenjl nelohborhooj schoolhouse on the farm conenlen to awater mill country store an4 Rural delivery There Is I distinct vrlns or water either of whlc would afford water In abundance betUes J ponds and cistern at the house sad barn The Inprovenient consist of i two story brick house with i lnch walls i rooms kitchen hall front and back porches anJ one of the best dry cellars InKentucky under the tire front of the house storeroom and number of closets all necessary outbulldlngsbam fo to horses carriage house corn crib shop sheds for machinery Ice house at tlie door coat house good etarJgrspeslarge fine garden asparagus bid Ac A large beautiful Interspersed with forrest trees making It one of the most desirable and healthy houses In Central Kentucky There 150 acres In wheat an4 grass So acres tor corn aroJ eo acres for hemp The next crop should make first payment Danville has a population of stout ono no saloons on the C S R R with the Louisville Southern tension a certainty Central University for toys anJ Caldwelt College for girls with a 10000 building In progress and haltering prospects for the location of Pretyterlan school the pled to your and sons all of which Is calculated enhance the value of real estate In the vicinity Danvlll from to t 40 pet tent within the next s years by the most conservative minds Will be on reasonable terms and worth the money The chaser can have t2 of the wheat crop and possession b n within reasonable time This farm has cay subsoil susceptible of taking on the highest state of futility producing 10 barrels of corn bush wheat per acre Is a chance of a lifetime tote a bargain to Mrs Lou Lyttl on the farm of E C Walton Stanford Ky HEADQUARTERS FOR f AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE J L IH1Irn M IH fA551SCIIi4 ILsu twsn 1111r eAIn iI rosyb E 1 EEEEEELr Regular Style Special Hog liorae and Cattle Style St1 13 In or 6 In apart Stays la In or 6 In apart Made of large strong high grade steel wires heavily galvanized provides for expansion and contraction Is practically everlasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs rand pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced- sa99aI tic II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors J n Paxton J D Onsloj 8 II Shanks WO Walker Ceo W Carter stank kSuccessors to The Farmers Trust Company and under same management continuously fur 34 years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually bencfiotal First National j BankStanford IyI Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as tbe Deposit Dank of Stanford ID Hit then reorganized as the National hank of Stanford In 1185 and again reorganlted as the First National Bask of Stanford In 188J having had practically an Debater rupted existence It Is batter supplied now with facilities for transact promptly end well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited It is devoted to the Interests tbe the or Ky Stanford Ky OfficersJL H SHANKS President J U OWSLttV Cashier W M IIKIOHT Asst Cashier Officers HOOKBU J MoIlOriHHTS Chr W VEAHKN Uk- prDirectors K Reid Danville B T Stanford J8 Hooker W P II Crab U D Stanford II II StantorJ T P Jas Uoblnton Hubble J II Ilauchman Stanford W P Tate Stanford Dr R Goldstein OF LpUlSVILLE KY Eye Specialistw- ill be at tho VERA3srIJA MOTETTuosday and Wednesday January 13 and 14 1 An Point U you want ported vision you have your EYES- examined often A a Igbt defect promptly attended to will insure perfect EYES for be rest ol your days I will examine your EYC4 overcome and ensure you most satlifaclory results Oftloo cuts 0 u to 4 r u DO YOUR TRADINGDu- ring J the coining year at the old and reliable store The Charles Wheeler Emporiumi HUSTONVILLE KY Youll get the best goods at the lowest prices there j CBSe e e LeXInGTOn DemO R CI IB the only lady Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year especially of Democratic party and gives all news without tear favor We PI Walton Editor Pror Lexington t d J Prest J IL Harris Stanford Walton UilngUn J Collier Orchard Rlmore Ilaughraaa Stanford should I IF YOU orSouthrates and printed matter Wo can givo you all the Information you want Queen sit Crescent Route le- the Shorlest Haute to NeW Orleans Jacksonville Afnnta Knoivlll ShreysportBirmingham reel line to Cuba and Porto Rico 8 T SWIFT P A T A Lexington W 0 KIKEAMON O P A Cincinnati J 0 CONN D P A Cbaltanooga Y NOST BOUND Leave Morolsnd 112 p m Leave Junction City 462 a m l 120 p m It 000 am SOUTHBOUND Leave Moteland 1160 p m II II 11137 a m Junction City 115 am 1117 a m It 805 p m