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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 22 1903 SAM NO 85I MnCEOKGEU SAUFLKY A prominent VOUOR Stanford attorney who will be made Mal er Commluloocr or Lincoln count- yResolutions Adopted By The Danvlllo Bar There was a called mectlnjr of tho local bar this morolotr And Cbalrmao II J Urecklnridifo WM rcquviitd to appoint I committee to draw up ulu bto recolulloa coooeroloir lion M 0- 1IS sauna action wblle Judge of this HrcuU court Roe C C Fox Cba H Rode aod O O Usirbj wore ap pointed to draw up tbo resolutions Tbo meeting then adjourned until tbl afternoon wbeo the following ret olatlooi wore unanimooilr adopted f WI1EIU5A8 lion M O SauttBjr who for U year bee preildBd over the IJtUflo olrouit court U nun boldlsg the tau Utloir of this court tafnro the ex ptratloo of bis torre of ufflo ni Judge Ot this lath DKirlet now ws IoU mem ber of the Boyle aounir bar aoiam Wed In the olrouit court roera In Dan villa Kentucky on this Deomber 15 UXW desiring to expret to Judge SauU lay and put on rerd our admiration and re peat for him at a RDnileman and II a Judge Hetolve That wo do hereby hoar this icsiltcooUl of the many eminent qualification of Judge Ssufler by which be has adorned the benab met nod discharged the onerous dutlef of J dceolhl Dliirlei Ho bn been Ma Impartial fearless and Ineorrupil bis and learned judge oonielonllcui In the falthfnl discharge of ovary duty the ermtno Imposed upon him having and maintaining at all times a lofty Ideal of the true dignity and rcipontl bllty of both beach and bar endowed with an Intellectuality of a high de- greei cod a broad and deep culture and learning Wo believe him qualified and fitted to adorn any position his am billon may prompt him to sock We aleo express our appreciation of the fully recognized ability faithfulness and at all Mme good tempered fair ne of the retiring Commoowealtnt s aAttorney the lion John Sam Owiley Jr He flail been a most efficient pubI He torrant totlcltou and zealous or the interests of the Commonwealth an- courteous and just In his treatment o those proiecuted and In hit relation with the bar and we extend our belt wishes to him In bit future endeavor We ask that those resolution b spread on the record of this court and a copy furnished the Danville nowipa t pu and the INTERIOR JOURNAL and to Judge Saufley and to lion J 8 Owiley Jr toJ BRECKINRIDQE r Chairman The Philippine Islands havo a gen oral coast hoe of about 11444 statute miles or double that of the main part of the United State while the total I area li 115020 iquaro miles or lees than that of New Mexico aye the National I Geographic Magazine Tbcro U a mile at coat line to every 10 miles of area t while In the United States tbo propor tion U 655 Tbero are nearly 1700 islands haying names and It It possibl- to count 3000 Islands and lilott on th charts Even the larger land macac- are to elongated In figure that no polo- In any Island la morn than 00 miles dis taut from tome part of tbo coast Fight Will bo Bitter Those who will peruat In closing their ears against the continual recommend lion of Dr Kings Now discovery for Consumption will hate a long and bit ter fight with their troubles if not ended carllei by fatal termination Read what T K Beall of Bcall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings Now Discovery after everything else had came at once aod Ouarlttl Trial bottle free What did the man say when you told him I was tick and not expected t II liveHe aid that was all the more rea son why he should see you to you could pay the blllaid die easy HUSTONVILLE Carlisle Aloorn U clerking for 8 D Yore Litton this week for tho promised wedding belle In tho West End We are sorry to note the Illness of ooo of our moet popular farmers and traders Mr GUI Cowan Mr Nathan Pipes has returned from Atlaotawbere be found the mule mar tent slow and overcrowded C Rud McCormack It down with the measles but no little case of that kind can bold Rud down long lies a bust- ler Those Indebted to the firm of Weath erford Slyer will please settle with them by Jan 1 They need all tbo money due them In order to bay goods s The Ice crop In this vicinity was nev er bettor and everybody wbo had Ice- houses gpt them well filled last week with a olear floe quality from flyo to seven Inches thick If you need clothing tee A Jerry Adams before buying He li cutting price for December and January on tailor made tutu pants and overcoats He li also agent for Lexington Steam Laundry 3t John Johnson and George Edwards of Frynd Creek went to Lexington and TheyhadSouth America and concluded that this was their boat opportunity of getting there They left tar Washington Saturday The tale of goods saved from our ra cent fire continues to bring largo crowds from far and near to our market and leaving with numerous bun dIe recalls the lotuillty of the old proverb that What U OM mana lose It altOLher train sad iilll the prOOM rton mores oa A lire In tea court beut at Lfbertv Friday came near wreaking the band wore building By prompt work the damage was small wblota covered bf Inturaoee Tbe ere was Mi td by the county clerk leaving some stick of wood on the grate which burned sad fall no the Moor Dont forget that C W Adams rirugglit is located In the store room of U B P Lodge aod Is now prepared to till your preourlpitoo with ooly fresh drugs as everything was bought new since the fire Oo alo baa a nice liDo of fresh staple and fancy groceries can dles Irults o fto Holiday goods cheaper than ever 3t Buy at S U Powell when UNEK DA llge of good thlogs to eat that are fresh carefully selected and consist In part of Candles Nuts Florida Oranges Apples California figs Date Ralslos Citron Currents Cranberries Prunes Rice flake Hominy Pickles Crackers Cakes aod a full line of staple grocer lea hardware stoves chins glees and queeoiware harness etc all at price tbat will please you flutter wanted At noon last Saturday Bart lle well driller In Wayne county struck a big pocket of gas that Ignited from the forge aod only by quick action was the rig and derrick scrod from destruction beoorbetide the celebrated Beaver Creek line of well that aro now being pump ed day and night They expect anoth 10ImillIto the belting and icrrlously Injured before be was extricated from the ma chinery which his body bad stopped after revolving around a number of foundIribs broken and some largo contusion on coololoUIIaces many hope for his speedy recovery- J W Lockrldgii hap just closed a deal with the Southern Stave L Tie Co for all hit tImber contracts staves and mills and they have employed him theeandtMr Lookrldge whom wo are very sorry to lose will move to Lexington Jan where ho will make his bead quarters Mr Lockrldge will mil his elegant home here privately before leaving He has several parties that want It and as desirable homes that aro for solo are very scare and his price ex ceedingly low ho sure sell A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a 100 other accidents are every day occurrences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salvo handy and theres noon se good as Uucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and jhlc disappear quickly under Its soothing effect 25c by all DruggulaI comImitted suicide after trying to kill hit two cbIJd eaI NEWS NOTES A successful test of a flying machine was made near Kitty Hawk N C Frederick R Coudert a noted New York lawyer It dead In Washington Gold ls alleged to have been discov ered on a farm near Monomlnee WIs William J Bryan hopes to have ao audience with the Czar at St Peters burgIn a fight between burglars and policemen In Boston ono of the police men was killed Andrew Ross a young Kansas farm er was shot to death In bis bed room by masked men An old oil prospector claims ho has struck quartz In Johnson county that will pay 1400 a ton A thousand coal miners In Preston county Va are ooe a strike against reduction of wages Ned Jack Ferguson a Negro who bad killed three men was hanged In tbo Jail at Sylvester Ga- It Is said that the shape of Mt Ta coma to Washington has been com pletely changed by a great landslide In a fight with detectives at Los An tel e Cal Joseph and Louts Cbolsser father and son wore shot and killed Preparations aro being made for the establishment a natloa l bank on the World Fair grounds at St Louis- A panic was created on the Louis yule Frankfort accommodation by the explosion of a heater in one of tbo cr One man was killed two probably fatally wounded nod two more seriously Injured by the explosion of a can of powder at Hdrl PH Tom Peodergrast who fought Kid Wllllimi before the Acme Athletic Club at Sacramento Calif died of the beating ha received Franklin Ky wool weI by but two majority Problbltloolsts will coo test altering fraud Tbe town bad bon dry since IfcSO In rrvarlDir the McOrauken circuit wort the court of appeals decides that all aicambMts ure liable for State taxes at their torts of entry Jobo Dean of Frankfort died from Injuries received from a chip which new from a swiftly running taw and penetrated his abdomen- It Is now known that the man murdered near Pembroke way not named Sandusky but probably named Russell wbu was a alock repairer The ico gorge In tbe Ohio river at Ashland Ky broke The gorget near Wheeling aro disintegrating and a Ilea eral breakup Is threatened A ninedollar a week clerk to Chicago succeeded In defrauding his employ ors out of between 112000 and 115000 Ho said be needed tbe money Poker playing Is given as the cause of the thefts committed by a student of Brown University who has confessed to numerous crimes of that character Central Tennessee College for young Negro women burned at Nashville Five students were killed In their efforts to escape and 31 others were bad ly Injured A Chicago woman who was married some time ago bat discovered that her father aod guardian had defrauded her out of an estate valued at 1135000 left her In Infancy At Cleveland Roscoo Derby a machinist killed his wife three children and then himself The tragedy It believed to to duo to despondency wblcb arose from poverty- A vigilance committee composed of 50 men and boys set Ore to a whisky shop In which two men wore sleeping at Clinton The occupants had a nar row escape for their lives- J W Benedict bis wife aod little child were suffocated at Ashland while In tbe second story of their homo Their daughter was badly burned In trying to rescue tbe victim Tbe handsome residence of William MuBOuenbelra at Fort Washington aye nun and 105tb street New York and ooo ot the show places along tho Hud son river was destroyed by Ore After having helped to rescue 25 woo men and children from burning build log In Brooklyn Lieut John Fred of the Ore department was fatally hurt by falling three stories from a fire ct capo Senator McCrcary will visit Now York City this week accompanied by several members of the Goebel Monument Commission to Inspect the cast of the proposed statue of the late Gov Goebel Win Grant colored was hanged at Balnbridgo Ga for the murder of a fArmer Girard Smith colored for murder was executed at Vldalta La and Leo Cribb aleo for murder was hanged at Douglass Ga I A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expensive Occasioully life Itself is the pries of a mistake but youll never be wrong If you take Dr Kings New Lifo Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They aro gentle yet thorough 25c at Ml Drug Store The Beautiful Southern Play The Land O Cotton A Scenic Pastoral MeloDrama Presented by a Carefully Selected ofNewSEE the GinnedSpunHEAR The theLatestv a At Waltoijs Opera House- Wednesday Niqljt Dec 23rd LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Sid Brown sold to C T Dobon a mule for 175 Jesse Walter sold to Icon Bros a mare for 870 FOR SALE70 good owes Mark Hardin Stanford C W Naoce of Boyle bad two steers to die from eating tobacco I want to buy some good cultivated hemp seed Also will buy hemp Rob ert M West Lancaster 3t W B Burtoo of Lancaster sold two carloads of horses and mules to Atlan ta parties at 1100 to 1150 Thorn were no cattle on the Danvllle market yesterday and the day was a dull one generally A number of mules sold at 190 to 1140 Joe Jordoo of Atlanta bought three loads of horses and mules during his sojourn here I paid blgb for them he laid when an I J man asked him about the price J T Dodderer has a Poland China sow wblcb la seven feet seven Inches long and which measures five feet five Inches around the body He thinks she will weigh close to 1100 pounds when be gets her fat J B Hlgglo owns more thorough breds than any man In tbe world At his two breeding farms Raocbo del Paso lo California and Elmidorf In Kentucky he has nearly 35 stallion and 1000 brood mares A Columbia Too special says that the shipments of turkeys from Maury aod the contiguous counties for tbe season beginning with Thanksgiving and ending with Chrlitma will aggregate between 150000 and 200000 head end their value will approximate 300 000J W Bales of Richmond passed through Lexington with the last train load of ooe of tbe largest and finest shipments of cattle ever made from the State Mr Bales Is agent for Schwartz child Sullsberger the New York ex porters The shipment comprised 012 head and represented an outlay of about 175000 Of this number 457 were bought from T D Cbenault Son of Richmond The average weight of this lot was 1550 pound and the price paid was S4 50 and premium The rest were bought In Boyle county as fol lows 300 from J C Caldwell at 1440 55 from WW Johnson at 1425 and 100 Irons Williams Given at 84 25 The cattle will be sent direct to Lou don England for the Christmas mar ket Lexington Democrat MILLIONAIRES POOR STOMACH Tho worn out stomach of the over fed mil Bonaire is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of tbe evils attendant on the possession of great wealth But millionaires aro not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion Is far greater amoog the toilers Dyspepsia apd Indi gestion aro rampant among these people and they fuller far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail them selves of standard tnedlclno like OreeD1 August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troub lea for over 35 years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating ap petite and insurioK perfect digestion It tones aod vitalizes the entire system and makes life worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 76c At all druggists Bankruptcy proceedings have been brought against a dlamood broker of New York who has disappeared and who Is charged with having pawned diamonds valued at 150000 for which be bad not paid a werel DONT WORRY About What to Buy for Mens Christmas Gifts Como in and we will show you lots of things that will please any man NECKWEAR GLOVES SUIT CASES MUFFLERS HANDKERCHIEFS SWEATERS UMBRELLAS CLOTHING Wo have a good selection of all thc things and others that will make useful gifts T o MILLER Danville KU THE GLOBE YES We are under the Opera House with FIRE GOODS So Cheap youll think we gave them to you i WEATHERFORD A MYERS Hustonville KyIa New xmas Dolls On Display At W N CRAIG PharmacistA Successor to Craig Hoo- kerSTANFORDSKENTUCKY Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt rIWill sell pri vately11also sell a 13 horse power engine All lo good repair sell at a bargain to closo up bafloesi Will take part In lumber Fowrix 8w irBr8tanfora7ky Christmas Is Coming I The largest display of holiday roods In Yosemite Call and see them We have also enlarged our stock of General Ncr chandlte Satisfaction Guaranteed E E KEL8AY 80N- Yosemite Ky u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a faniUste for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutjtct to action the democratic patty GEO W DEBORD It a eusUste for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a cu41JaU for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to traction of the democratic tarty JESSE C LYNN ft candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party tJAMES c HAYS t candidate for subject to Ihs action of the OemucraUC party WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the toiocraUc peril SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to fie tic iou of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT la a candidate for Superintendent of PuNk Schools to of the demo ei Uncoln County subject erase party MISS KATE BOGLE- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools action of the demo IUncoln County subject to cratic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Bftith district to succeed Hon G subject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup pert Is earnestly solicited JUST think of It OQlolal etatUtlca bow that the average number of pe- flee killed on the streets of New York by vehicles la nearly one a day 01- of the total number for the pail year 172 almost onehalf lost their lives by being run over by street cars Wagons and other bonedrawn vehicles killed 148 while automobiles were responil ble for but aloe of the casualties The person who lives In New York his life In his bands and It seems tbatI be hasnt much grip on It either IN their speeches In the Senate Sen ators Hoar and Gorman severely are raigned President Roosevelt for his ssuree In Isthmian affairs Mr Gor man said the President was Imperiling r the business Interests of the country and had assumed the role of attempt lit to act as a dictator toward Con cress Mr Hoar compared the Press dent to a bullying policeman The Administration was defended by Sena tor Foraker TUB sixth annual report the State Prison Commission was made to Gov Seokham Saturday It shows that the Frankfort prison made a profit to the State of 119320 14 and that at the Ed dyrtUe prison there was a deficit of 14669 24 during the fiscal year from Dec 1 1002 to Nov 30 1003 The com alsslon will ask the Legislature to sake a total appropriation of 62000 for Improvements at both prisons A FELLOW named Wells thinks the Lexington Democrat has wounded his feelings 15000 worth by a publication and has Instituted suit against Editor Walton for that amount As the Item was published ongoodautborlty and it proved to be absolutely true Wells wilt have to seek other methods to get his Christmas money SAVE MY HAT were the first words uttered by Mrs Basil Duke of Mays vllle who had Just been kept from drowning In the Ohio river This gives some idea of what the average woman thinks abput her head gear TUB Somerset Journal thinks that Editor Albright of the Mt Vernon Signal has started a long jump down lam by being made a town councilman and we do not take issue with that splendid publlcatloDITHE Danville Advocate has bought a typesetting machine and will Install It about Jan 1 This Is a progressive 11040 and we congratulate Editor Men efee on making it GOV BRADLEY who seems to think he carries the republican vote of Ken tacky In his vest pocket has promised Teddy R a solid delegation from this State TUB Danville News la page Christ MIS edition was a thing of beauty Bate off to Editors Embry and Rich ardson POLITICAL William Jennings Bryan talked for 14 hours with Count Tolstoi The House passed the Pension Ap propriation Bill which carries 1138 150100 The Senate committee on military affairs has decided to postpone action sn the cue of Gen Wood until January 4 The campaign among the candidates for pages In the General Assembly la warming up and the youngsters are leaking a strong fight The Cuban Reciprocity Bill was signed by the President who Issued a r proclamation declaring the treaty to be trecthelO days from date Representative Kehoe Introduced a bill for a 1100000 public building at has agreed to the demands f he United States and has ordered the governor af Alexandretta to apologize to Consul Davla for the Intuits and as sault by the police The Chicago hotel keepers have been Informed that If they persist In raising rates during the national republican convention the national committee will rescind Its action In selecting Chicago as the convention city Dr W Godfrey Hunter Congress man from the llth district arrived in Louisville and said the contest filed by DO Edwards was giving him no con cern He said the Kentucky delega tlon was a unit on the Improvement of the Ohio river at Louisville- MATRIMONIAL H S Cook 23andMIl Jonnte C McGlnnls 16 of Garrard were mar pled at Highland Sunday While the train was running 60 miles an hour between Richmond and NlcboI lasvlllo the Rey E Orland Beck of this place who was himself on bis bri dal tour en route to Louisville performed a double ceremony uniting Bush Rice and Mollie Clark and Fred Clark and Besslo Alexander The trainmen attended and steadied the couples as the train rounded curves The Beaumont Texas Dally Journal contains a long and beautiful write up of the marriage of Mr Grove Cooic Kennedy brother of Mrs M C William of this place to Miss Irene Ful ler a decided society favorite of that place The paper says that the wedding was one of the most brilliant ever seen In Beaumont and that the partici pants are among the most popular young people In that portion of the Lone Star State W M VanAradale of Hustonvllle obtained license yesterday to marry Miss Carrie Hopper Camnltz of that place The wedding will occur at Dac vllle Thursday next Miss Dot as the Is familiarly known to her many friends Is one at the most charming young women In her section and Is uni versally popular She Is exceedingly pretty and Is an accomplished musi clan Mr VanArsdale Is one of the West Ends substantial young men He Is to be congratulated on winning the prize Miss Dot will prove to boo Miss Elizabeth Bird of Harrison county started early In life to feather her nest well Her first venture out side of the home nest was when she married Bud Martina When Martin died she married Edward Crow a pros porous farmer Later on she allied herself with Wm RobbIn and lived happily until the matrimonial season for Mrs RobbIn again rolled around Then David Buzzard a widower ape eared Mrs Robbin became Mrs Buzzard yesterday Into the Buzzard eyrie the bride carried one little Mar tin two little Crows and one little Robbln One little Buzzard was already there to welcome them Cincin nati Poet Two of the moat remarkable couplet In the world live at Cannel City Ky In fact they can probably not be duo plicated In the world They are Mr and Mrs H E Caudfll and Mr and Mrs J T Caudlll The brothers are well todo and bighly respected gener al merchants doing business as Cau dlll Brothers The brothers are twins and are red beaded and so much alike that their most Intimate friends and neighbors cannot tell them apart Tbelr wives are twin sIll ten and both red beaded and resembln each other so much that even their parents find It bard to tell them apart Their hair when combed out reaches almost to their feet The weight of the men Is 160 pounds TheIr wives weigh 100 pounda each When the couples met all were together and their courtship waa together The men asked for their wives tbe same day and at the eame time and they were married at the same time and under one ceremo ny All have lived together In the same house and done all their financial business together ever since marriage PREACH There was a pleeatlng contest at Whites school house Wednesday night Moiera J M Cress and J L Hutch Ins shipped a carload of hogs cad cattle from Rowland Tuesday Mr T W Payne sold some light hogs to J L Hutcblnsatl360 J T Blngaman went over to fauna Vlata Wednesday on business A C McClary of Rockcastle has finished his school at this place He did not give an entertainment as had been planned on account of Inclement weath ereJ Q Naylor la suffering from a aevere attack of tonallltia This added to his blindness la very bard for him to bear Mr J C Horton who has been Is no better He has our utmost sympathy rTon persona were killed end 20 Injur ed In a wreck on the Frisco railroad Dear Fort Scott Ark Bruce Cook la In jail at Somerset charged with kidnaping his fiveyear daughterWilliam Williams one of Mercer countys oldest and best citizens Is dead Eggs are Belling at4Oo per dozes ID Lexington IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The home of Samuel Baker near Pine Grove Pulaskl county burned John Hollets accidentally shot bla son at Burnslde The wound la not net essarily fatal The Mountain Broom Works of Bar bourvllle Knox county with 15000 capital stock was Incorporated W M and N B Jones and J T Benson are IncorporatorsMrs Elizabeth Sampson died of a complication of diseases at the borne of her daughter Mr Marv F Wells at the age of 67 years She was one of the oldest and mot blgnly rag pected Christian women of the county and had been a member of the Christ Ian church for 40 years One son and three daughters survive her W L Sharp Mrs Mary F Well of Juno lion City and Mrs M D Hall and Mrs J J Tadlock ot Louisville T The following Is soot from Middles boro Charles Nelmt charged with killing his divorced wife nee been are rested at Asbevllle N O William Nelms and Phil Haynea now In Pine vllle jail on tbe same charge have con teased they did the killing but claim Charley Nelms paid them to do It They also accuse him with being con nected with the disappearance of E L Wentz Jr tba young Philadelphia millionaire Nelms came bere from Big Stone Gap a few days after Wentz disappeared Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system if ner vouEnesa sleeplessness or stomach up sots Electric Bitters will quickly dis member the troublesome causes It never falls to tone the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Bowels stimulate tbe Liver and clarity the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and ill the usual attending aches vanish under Its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 60c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfac Ion Guaranteed by all Druggists In an address In Chicago Archbishop Qulgley declared tbe State Is encroach ing on tbe rights of the Roman Cathc llo church and that God la not recog nized In any ot the modern constitu lone He declared also that tbe State must provide schools for the minority as well as the majority and should maintain a separate system for the mi nority A Farm For Sale I 1 will cell the farm known all the BrachT McKoberU firm on Hawkins bout IX miles North of Stanford Farm contains about 20 acres of land honsebarn C Will give possession any time alter lit ot 1901 Any ono wanting to 1111seeL R H jghei Secretary 4k Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO Stanford Ky No S68G acres ot unimproved land In iron county station on Iron property o uuWnrOutnn y Ill sell ot exchange IM No Small firm 87 sens mUM from Man ford Uousiol four food rooms back porch suit veranda Uood barn and other buildings in good Cut in six fields well fenced so acre lulUUOI1 one acre In fruit trees rest in trait Uontbl at commUelooers sale at bargain and can be sold at barfaln Close to school and church Price acre Land adjoining s ld for JW and ate Tblslsabargiln No M urea good land Two story six room dwelling barn imekehoiiM etc Whole place li grsn wen watered and bullalnp In good coadl- Uon Price No Jsen room dwelling good cellar and acres laud loner foiling well and prIDe Fencing and outbuildings In fair condition Cheap place Gee to town init a small family No a99g20acres ol real and Umber land loa ed In Perry county Kyon Ors Vina Creek a of the 01 Kentucky river Four vetruofoodvaryingIn thickness Iron x tat to six feet Hirer to tbe mouth ol above creek A railroad Is surveyed within threw miles of said property The Umber condsls of oak etc Title ptrfect Will sell or extnsDge on pail terms A nice twe tory eight room Iran- dwelllogInetaolord lIu 10 ball goat cellar ganlen well kitchen negroabiaonplaeewhlchrentaborJermonlhThe arty is In good can or No o Fo r acreof land and a DIce one story six room frame dwelling In McKlnney Ky water works in kitchen and family room Uuod barn and all neceasary outbuildings Mace well fenced Noun alone cost f and Is rmparatlTelynewandweomy ark 760 for the whole No Farm 878 acres splendid blnegrau land In Lincoln county Two story 9 room stone residence J tenant houses barn room for over 200 bead ol stock all other neewmy outbuildings all In rod stbojl pacre r churchdalnd 400 In cultivation rest In timber ete This is an deal country home aallconvenlenaof place eales etc Well watered with never tailing prongs etc Price leaaonable No s1Nloe eotUe 7 aim land within 1j mlleot Stanford In food repair fencing everlaitlng well and good cellar l ood barn Rn2i Ac Young orchard and floe vine product to upplyOnettownPisPrirISnl00gardee No Mooene of land one mile Somerset KycutInseven fields Forty acres In cultiva lion acres balance In Umber Dwell seven rooms Large barn and allnrc- fldidrepaibuWellwatred and bnlldlcgsln splen Price 3800 No 2Ll00 acw of land In Ford county Kas six moles from railroad and Ji miles Arkansas river Seventy acres oUal1 ta river bottom Is Intelasa land and In grass This land Is for sale CINoCMAlsrm of 300 acres In Lincoln county Three dwellings 3 good Urns and other ou- tbulldtnpeach house barn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road mile from church school and Iollle Lap well and well watered This Is a good and would suit two or thr families that might want to come from the lame neighborhood Price reasonable eA farm ot acres four miles from Run wateredfencingominuteadrlvefromcountrseat Owner of tine larm adjoining refused god oar acre We offr this at H7SO No MFlfty acre near Pleasant Point Ky Frame bouse 6 rooms sud Barn and other 5acreatn culavaUonreet In ber Well watard5ayudafrom postoSceschool IDol church lays well on pike In gooi com ntnltr Price K50 l JUST FIVE MORE DAYSCome at once and we the largest selection of Diamond Vatcha Gall Jewelry Silver Uut Ol net Clocks Bronzes Lamp Leather Goods and ninny other articles too numerous to mention For Melt Gold Cull Hutton 82 to S22 Gold Folia 8150 to 821 Pipes SlliO to 88 Siguot Kings 150 to 835 U8icnden 42 to 87 Unibroltiu 3fiO to 816 Canl Cam Traveling Curw To Give n Woman Lockets Gold Hote Roman Green and Polished 81 to 825 Silver Loakcta sum to 81 Necklaces 82 to 810 Chains Loegnetts many 1t lcs 86 to 825 Gold Filled 82 to 87 Gold Hrooohcs 82 to ilfiO Ring Umbrellas Walchca Diamonds A single visit to the store Is worth more than columns of cription Wo call especial attention to our largo line of Diamonds Murray l8l Me Adams Jewelers Danville1 1 THE GRAND LEADERI- s Closing Out to Quit Business wasareir Only two months remain to close out our immense stock and to everPositrvelyat what it will bring Beet apron gingham 5c rani Allwool dress goods 25e yard 50c and 75o corsets at 30c 25o Mercerized Oxfords at 14o yd Fine flannelettes worth 15c at Oc yard Good outing 5o yard Mens 83 shoes go at 198 Mens 82 shoes go at 120 THE GRAND LEADER 1 IM B LEVY tic Prors S B LEVYManapor Engines For Sale I I have for sale four Traction Engines two 10borse power 12boma power 10 horse power All la good repair- J N CASK Turnersrlllo Ky t tie PRICE gurgeonDemtlst Stanford Ky IGeovav UcBoberts Drug Store lath Owslsy IJnlldlns d W Wallace Z Son Blackamitlio and Fancy EorsoSboara WostMaia Etroot Stanford Kentuck- yUMBRELLAS addRecovered and repaired made almost ae good aa new for a amount I can flz your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Giro me a trial FlUNK ATKIMS Stanford POSTED We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing ur tiny kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJGeorge Holmes J O Neat P W Darter Fred VonQruonlgan J Nevln Oarter Fred VonAllman Fred Dauman Albert VonOrnnenlgan J Z Bpoonamore T M H F Newland J II Oameniseb Peter Balmer W U Johnson Mrs Mary Given DavId Stephens James M White and wife Mens 150 shoes go at o8c Ladies 8160 heavy calf shoes 07c Ladies 2 heavy shoes 139 Ladies heavy underwear l2Jc a garment 83 ladies furs 8109 84 ladies furs 225 6 ladies fore 8120 8760 ladies Airi 8 108 Heavy fleeced hoc lOc I s Heavy blankets 48o pair 10 overcoats 8728 1250 overcoats 8898 S15 overcoats 908 820 overcoats 1308 Jfoua hats from 25c up CO I COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this y Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky hPresentsThe e is bigger than over 1 Thoroisalargogatheying WatcheSjCloelis and Novelties The Selection of Jewelry is large and vari- edWHMUELLER i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTAJCTORD KY DEC 22 U03 t In fllllag jour prescriptions wo ue propordoneDot do bettor If yon paid us double th price which Is always reasonable POO- le Drug Storo 4pBRSONALS W n WKAUKN ipeot Friday in LexingtonMR THOMAS left yesterd y for Cincinnati BORN to the wile of Mr Vie Queer daughter JoiiN MENEFEE Jit is t home from State College JoBNeviosliatbomo from Palol l Lick quite tick L O CARTKK went up to London yesterday oo business BON J N MAUNDERS wontto Louie vlllo yesterday on builoen- GEOROBPiiELi8 of Madison Is the guest of Dr Cilfion Fowler MR T A UIUDLKT of Boyle U oat after a months Illness of grip MRS O M THOMPSON of Chicago U a guest at floe G A Lackeys JCDOE M D DuaiiES was here yet terday from Lancaiter on busier MESSRS J O LYNN and W 8 Burch sere la Loulirllle Saturday Mn A T NONNELLCV U here to spend the holidays with hi parent PRETTY Miss Snsip THOMPSON of Vernon le with MU Stella McClarr REV PETER BREINTSER of Ottcn yeterIll Dn T M PKNNINOTON of Louli rlllo Dental College It at homo for the B K Swore F M Simi and Alvah Lueai of Cater were here Saturday 0 E COX U with hit family durlo the holiday from a drumming tour In the South IU8SK3 liraEL KKLLY and Lula Maritden of Desoto Mo are with TMU Rebecca Mullloi JACKSON GIVBNS sad wife Plttiburg were on Friday train r thREVof Collecd Ulll are the guests of Mr William Beck sad family Miss SUSIE TuoiiiSON of Mt Vex non spent several day with Mu ClooI Brown at Mr M C Williams GILIIERT REYNOLDS went up 0II Jackson county yesterday to spend tbo holidays with his grandchildren MKSDAMES W A TiuuuLEand John Sam Owiloy Jr and Mil Mary Dan were In Danville yesterday shopping MRS BC IIORTON of Mllleriburg Joined her husband yesterday at Mr J 0 Bortoola the Preaober rlllo sec lion Miss ELLA MAY NEWLAND who ha been in the Danville office will succee MIut Maude Grey In the telephone s change hero J loins J B STAPI wilt be found In the Somerset Book Cos core where the will be pleated to have her friend call Journal MR AND MRS J M THOMPSON of Laurel came down Friday to take a look at their future home hero They t wilt move aboutJan1TMRS non and Menr A B Furnish and E B Cox of Mi Vernon werothegueit v ef Mlii Sallle Shelton Miss VIRGINIA LYNAM and brother Graham of Loulivllle will arrive Thursday to spend the holidays wl thT I Mlescs Silllo and Pearl King Tur Mi Vernon Signal says that Dr G B Lawrence of that place It making a big reputation ai cancer doc toe Bo has cured ilx bad cases re cently MR ASHUV M WARREN has aecur ed It lucrative position with the L Sat N Mobile Ala and left for that place Sunday much to the regret of hlimaby friends hero MR MORRIS J FARRIS of Danville who fe making the Chamberlain Mod l clan Co a mighty good ropreientatlvo was hero yesterday In tho interest of that excellent company MRS NANNIE W OWENS and grand son Etbolberl Owen passed through tke city en route to their old homo soar Danvlllo from Washington There It no place like old Kentucky Mn Owen think alter several months 10 journ at tho capital Lexington Dem carat JESSE C LYNN of Stanford was In Louliyllle yesterday looking for a Ne pro who U wanted In bli town for rob fiery Mr Lynn li deputy sheriff of Lincoln county and le a candidate for sheriff The race In that county for the democratic nomination It waxl- I rigare warm Although the election will not Ye hold Tor nearly two years five men kayo announced tor tho position and each le a strong man Courier Jour calIT It sometimes necessary to go away from home to get the newt The Dan Sadie Lill and MurphyT of Stanford both of whom aro well tad favorably known to Danville society have just completed courses In Phi la In the mute language and have usbeenL1I1ard111 go 0 S Augustine and Mill Murphy will go to Stattntoa Va the lint of the year MR J C BORTON of the Preach ortvllla stellar continues dangerously ill MRS JENNIe ROLLER of Living LSbeIWD AS2oneyt r SEE nigglnt McKinneyt frul window + Go to Sovcrancu Soot for shoes and rUbber + READ tho potted notice in this pa per bufore you go bunting W A TRIUHLE bra my accounts to collect T IheuiiuU Wllllt + DiaaiNS ts McKiNNEY8 blizzard front are the best Try ono LAI robot carriage heater borer blanket LoetJ U McClary FOR a nice Xmas present inspect th fine lino of watcbei chains clock t a Mueller FREE with every purchase of S3 or eCblotSOLID tllver end forks in greater variety than ever shown In Stanford at Mueller + ORANGES bananat Malaga grapes black taker nuts Jko JUlio received a IIIgglnt do McKlnneyt + SMOKE still Issue burnt debrli of tbo wreck near New Hope although It occurred over a month a oIJ W PERRIN li agent diet See him If you want a oleo bo- xedfi up for Xma J S dmllLooI WE open each I week In order that you may have plen goodsRTile person who got my lap robe loft at John Bright Jr Co more will oblige me by leaving It at the INTERIOR JOURNAL otllce Frank North ofYOUNG ladlet tbould bear In mind that leap year It almost at heed and at If they expect to take advantage of It they bad better begin loping their plant POTTER PRESS FOR SALEA seven column Potter Press for tale cheap It In good repair and dote ace work Call on or write to W P Walton Lexing too Ky 4l TUB stockholders IS the Beaver Creole Oil Gat Co will moot at Hut tonvllle Tuesday Deo SO for the pur pore of electing offlceri for next year Be present 2t ONE of T O Balls oasesIn Macke vllle occupied by Jetio Days burned Saturday morning together with all of wllx were T C BALLS pet cat died Friday and Tommy hat hero the saddest man to town since The feline was 10 yean old and Mr Dell bad had It at hit pet tlncelt alt a kitten DR J F PEYTON has qualified at e Dron1Tbo JAMs REIpoathe beautiful pony reaped off by Mr M B Dpzler Be held No 128 which ho bought from D Nowland Jr a few dove ago Mr Reid gave the pony to his nephe Hugh Foster MTUB cabin on the crook owned aol occupied by old Aunt Emily DrII colored burned about oclock Sunday morning Monet the contents were consumed and the poor old Negrett Is an object of pity A MAD DOG created considerable ex citement hero late Saturday affcrsioon It snapped at everything and every body It came near to and would have bitten George SauQoy had not ho and hit brother James Saulley put up a ttlff fight The latter shot him five times with both pistol and shotgun but hit mad career was not stopped until Blackburn Qu IE an poured a load of shot Into hit carcass It bit a valuable Scotch Collie belonging to Judge Sauf lap who had the pet canine killed next day The dog that toured the coneior nation was owned by Dr O A Cox ANNOUNCED HIS APPOINTMENTS Hon W 0 Doll who was elected circuit judge of this district baa made public hIs list of appointments which as follows Mercer county D Leo Curry master commissioner Boyle county Reed S Nichols mortar com missioner John Vorli jury commit leant Lincoln county Geo B 5au0 ey Walkerijurycomml89looer Mort Rothwell matter commissioner Saufley Hughes jury commissioner The jury commissioner In Mercer coun ty has not yet been announced The vcrylsaUdaowry who eta and will flll the positions with credit Mr Saufley It ono of the bright net young lawyers at our bar while Mr Walker holds a responsible position ID the Lincoln County National Bank DIAMOND rings diamond brooches and pendants at Muellers COLES Air Tight Dealer have no equal Biggin d MoKlonoy LAND OCOTTON et Waltons House Wednesday night next 3rd DONT let the New Yearcatch you owing for your homo paper but pay up NOW oppaIteGoode 2t FANCY qucenswtro lamps coal vases bran shovels and tongs at Higgins McKlnneya JEWELRY such aa rings broaches locketi in the newest and best designs at Muellers GET your Christmas flowers and bor rled holly wrestle at the Stanford Greenhonics St uptoteranceSont GET your frullt candies nuts and everything else good to eat from John right Jr k Co LOST A pair of gold finished spec incise hooka to go over ears in Mo Kinney Reward 12 J B McKln ney McKlnney Ky fat tionery headquarters for Cbrlitmat candles fruits nuts etc otc See his crock before you buy SOME scamp pulled the staple to County Clerk Cooper coal house the other night and helped himself liberally to the black diamond THOSE desiring to rebate a ham would do well to cdnsult the Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TI tie Co We have several places for sale which are not advertised THERE will be ap entertainment and treat for the Sunday School of the Presbyterian church In tbo lecture room Friday evening Dec 25 at 6 oclock The menbert of the church and all who worship with them aro cordially Invited to attend TilE Cincinnati papen speak In high tormt of the splendid address delivered by Judge R G Williams formerly of Mt Vernon but now of Covlngton at tbo memorial exercises held by tbo Covlngton Elks The Post which prints a flno picture of the judge says his eloquent address was the feature of the occasion Tnt man who presided over the des llnles of one of the conventions held when Judge Con Bell of Harrodtburg was nominated war at Soelbacht last night till name It Wm 8 Burchand be was an ardent supporter of Judge M 0 Saufley Two tonventlont were held In the tame room at the tame time and the result was so much coo fuilon that the State central commit too bad to straighten It out Mr Burcb presided over ono of these and said It was about the cooveaUonlI fence he ever bad They never soavedIf caoventlooCotdtsp BECKLACKEY At the homo of tb bride father Mr Monroe Lackey at Richmond Rev Orland B Book of College Ulll cad Miss Mary Lackey were joined In wedlocks holy bonds coremowThursday morning Mr Deck Is a son of Mr William Deck of this county and Is exceptionally floe young man tland has a bright futuro before him ai iI minister He hat been pastor of the Methodist church at College Hill Madison county for about two years and Is exceedingly popular with the congregation while his bride Is said to be a most lovable women and belongs to one of tbo best families to the coun ty The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends hearty congratulations to the hap pair and wishes them all tho joy at happiness that tbit world affords THE LAND 0 COITON There enema to bo some peculiar faaclDatl to the dramatist In a plot that dealt with the South There lea quiet and Htlmulallcg charm that It irreilitablo The Land 0 Cotton It which comes tb Walton Opera House Wednesday night Dec 23 Is said to bo one ot the most oddly unique and charming sto ries of Southern life that the stage bat given ut In recent yean It was writ too by John Crlltenden Webb a mao who chose a field that bo know ai ho know no other and that he know very few allots have known It Jn the boated atmosphere of modern dra mar where machlnomado plays vIa other for a tea weeks ame COOlIlaWith a well defined plot charnel drawn to the life a love story fascinat log in its genuineness and simplicity enough sensation to make it Interest loa with ODe fidelities under It all it Is a welcome variation from the regula flea melodrama of the times An ex ceptionally clever car has been select ed to portray the different roles and the strait equipment Is unusually mas slue cad appropriate HOUSE opposite Mrs Lou Shanks for yeah I M Deuce TilE Graded School will close for the holidays at noon Thursday SEE Land OCouon tat Walton Opera Bouse sea Wednesday night 23 rd DONT delay goRing tome of that Stanford Souvenir China as It Is going fait and can not be duplicated W H Mueller A MANIWiLCTURERlemoving his plant and bee tent ut a lot of 110 and 112 cloaks to close out at 1650 and 760 Severance Sons it WILL pay highest ret price for poultry and general produce We wart good genre and will pay 50 to floe per bead Nortbcoit Thomas 3t LtN XMAS Tea The L k N wll sell roundtrip ticket Dec 23 24 253031 and Jan 1 limited to Jan 4at11 tern plus 250 for the roundtrip pentrmust reach the express office not layer than 1115 A U or they will be held till the next day J S Rice Agent CHRISTMAS Is al upon ut While selecting Xmas present remember the poor who need gilts worse than those who have moony to buy wbattbey poorlamllle jprrapte3600Northcohomas who are conducting a poultry business hero purchased 3200 turkeys for the Thanks SIChopbavo closed down the turkey pads for athis season The weight of the 3200 turkeys amounted to 30000 pounds It papa to raise turkeysA- CCIDENTALLY SOOT HIMSELF While carelessly handling a 41 Derrin ger pistol Friday night Mr Sid My ere accidentally shot himself In tbe left thigh the ball ranging downward and Dr J G Carpenter has been usable to locate It It made quite an ugly wound jMyefewill leer be out again An Iowa farmer fatally shot hit wile at church and committed suicide Whisky and Brandy ObrbtmutradeU Carter P O Stanford KyY Flouring Mill For Sale I will cell cheap my flonrloc mill In Stan excbaDfetor JUFORRENT bywmSeveranceJ Dt OW8LEY HOME FOR SALE I nextcountyfromtltantord ofewellYouagcur at courtboaleJOliN Nice Home For Sale theenstonvfllof torn Iluitonvlllo The house has six rooms othercontains six acres W U HADOETT 4U Hustonvllie Ky Assignees Notice LEvansweredRiventhereforeprove as required and file with tho under signed their claims by onn1901OW L Evan SHERIFFS SALE dlulCtedtoof tbo Lincoln circuit court In favor of Dr ofmyof January 1001 between the hours of 10 tbecounhOlseblgheltbIdder satisfytootUuatonvllloand bounded as follows Beginning at V nearjaildirectiontea pikeeretermlansotDanville orleuJanuarvt BMSSalo will be made on a credit of IIccarlLyrtqul nadhaTingDecolllbor1003Sheriff Lincoln County Santa Claus FOR GENTLEMEN Tics Mufllcrs Gloves Handerchiefs Smoking Jackets House Slippers Pat ent Shoes Umbrellas Suit Cases Hats c All those articles are nice suitable serviceable and acceptable Notice our windows They arc an index to our store i b t 1i Cummins S McClary Tickets on 75 Davenport given with every 1 purchases d d j s a j PRESENTSThat following list Mufllers in Cotton Woolen and Silk Silk Handkerchiefs Linen Hand kerchiefs Silk Neckties Silk Suspenders Silk or Wool Lined Gloves Sweaters in Mens and Boys sizes Dress Suit Cases CufTButtons Collar Buttons Watch Fobs dc We have a nico assortment Lessor Terms Cash HJMRoberts XMAS SUGGESTIONS IGive n cloak at cut Give a nice fur pricesIGive a Laminated Comfort 82 Give a pair blankets 59c to 650 Give a hinged bedspread 81 Give a oxford waist pattern 8148 Give a oxford waist pattern 76c Give a house dress pattern Danish cloth 8150 Give some lace curtains 7Cc to 85 Give pair portierrca 8150 to 460 Give a rug MoqUette or Smyrna 1 to 84 Give a childs cloakcut toL25 qnd to UO Give a comb and brush Give a belt 25 t60c Give a tie 25 to 50c Give a pair baby shoes Give a dross shirt l Give some fancy socks Give a handkerchief 5c Give a handkerchief lOco Give a handkerchief 15 to 60c Give a silk handkerchief 25 to 50c Give a childs toque cap 25c Give a Fascinator 25c to 1 Give a zephyr shawl 25c to 81 Give a pair of gloves 25 and 50c Give a pair chills golf gloves 25c Give n pair childs golf mittens 25c Give a pair crocket slippers Give a nice purse Give a Inice chatclain Give a pair kid gloves 76c to 3100 Give a sattccn petticoat Give a readymade skirt Give a pair patent kid shoos Give nice hair pins or combs Give a pillow top 15 to 50c IDpfruits Candies Nuts And Every Thing Good to Eat JOHN BRIGHT JR CO FULLLine of Overcoats and Suits All uptodate goods Call in and examine our stock IllW E PERKINS Crab Orchard KY t iNT h1UhJUUHNAL- a used OAe IOfloMu o Stltftforcl at- leaatter 1elSskwdS saordkYaaetTzlBavt ERYEAR CASHI Whoarotaopatde2Oowllbechtrgd KNIXVILLEGIYISION SI fRlapllcNorthlMpm024II II South 13Ifaate MZ3 U3Spm J H IOOHE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Coal iceJTraHlort DKAttU IN j Whlskll Brandy Wines Beer Gtcf i Aarpentet Ole to OpotSTANFOND KY but the be tattention NothingProlllpt and rolte reclyto drink Man pbonl cr teletaph orders v mpt attention I Ca RUPLEY To Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky G t Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call I J D Wearer Hire and Tornado Insurance The Home of New York the company in the orld Assets 18710635 12 Kurplug BS regards policy holders 0430 09 property In 8rl Casey Garrard and Lln win counties Phone 21 Sta ford II RELMaflonyInsurance insurance fQ6nt Represents Kentucky solicits a share of the patronage or tbo property owners counties i ncoln and be seeking surance asty who may k against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but anti best OldLine Com represented and the low ret possible tales are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky Fir LHe or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oor Mrcn Rotes Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only onebcst The Equitablestrongest- n the world Get also a combination Dieabili Iry polioy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness hive had creation to use your Olickprajjht Stock and Poultry Medl rlne and am Heard to say that never used anything for stock that gave half at good ttthfjctlon heartily mom mend it to all owners of stock- J B RUSHER St louis Ma Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock food more than sick persons shouldexpect to be cued by your stock and are sick give them med icine Ltoritsiuff withworth less stock food Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the rxmlbleand Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels and aUrs up the torpid liver It cura every malady of stock if taken in time Secure a 25cent can PoultryMedicinoanti times over lionea work better Cows Ira more milk gain flesh Andhencl1moreeggsltaoITesthemoblem Mesh and energy as possible out ot tM lmallest amount of COlI oaaed Buy a caa from your dealer FOR SALE IFour horses one two hone hack one wagon one twoseated Jersey wagon two buggies two sets wagon harness ono dou bleset surrey harness two seta buggy bar ness frelgnt express and passenger transfer from More to fluitonvllle good paying business OUAS JOHNSON Moreland Ky R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Once over Hlggl88 McKlnnoy Stori Telephone S 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of and for conand chronic diseasessurgical shall be cash sultation Board and nnrslng In advance weekly and montbly rendered Profes atonal bills due when services are and must paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES- WBTOSBfcSONPrwi JUNCTION CITY KY ilrstOlass Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm ot 130 SX miles fromtheacres on land Hustonvlllo It 111Ingraasand the Is fertile and In good shape on It two good house of I rooms a house stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W RIlTe Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P Rltte Huston vllle K- yLUTES BOONE 8CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell fArm wilt do to see us We have A number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you to sell Livery It In our band Offlco at Boonos Stable Stanford Ky J+ c+ MCGbMY uNDEBTAItE E1t1BALMLR And Dealear lit JABNESS SaCDLDTItO Stanford Ky J L Beazlcy 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers DEI LUt I ParnitnrcMattingsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for ill kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSOR1ALARTIST Hustonville Ky Has removed to his new and elegantly fitted rooms next door VVcat of the I 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited 1RODHEAD Miss Ida Tharp ooo of our belle left Tuesday to mike tier homo wit b her brother John Tharp at Phillip Oklahoma Miss Ida Is a good girl aDd we are sorry to give her up Bro Pike has returned from C lclabi ma and went to East Bernitadi Satui day and baptized a number of converts Sunday Mr George Brooks has been visiting relatives and friends at Llv loftston Mrs John Newland of Llv Ineaton If spending a few days wltb friends here J Thomas Cherry Is In the city this week Undo Ben Yadcn our townemanwt never tails to bring the water to tbe surface Is now boring a well for the L Si N at Gum Sulphur Albright S Ad ems can not watt on allot their cues mere and have employed a third clerk Wm Haggard Mia Susie Hilton II behind the counter at the old standbu It Is now the Robbing House IJei Pike of Livingston spent a few day the home folks Miss Mary Kuyken dall ot Bowling Green IB here looklni alter a music class She Is said to be a fine teacher Our town our church our scboolou party our county dad State hayeluf toned a great loss In the death of out brother J M Roberta Ho was lick about two weeks with that fatal dls ease pneumonia fever He passed quiet Iv out of this world last Friday nigh Bro Boberti was one of our best cltl zens was trustee of our public ichoo and a deacon ot the Baptist church and a man who felt a deep Interest In thi welfare of our town and county Hi was a Christian gentleman and muct beloved by all his neighbors He will bo sadly missed by us all A happy home circle Is broken a place In our hurch Is vacant and a faithful steward Is gone from us LIBERTY The protracted cold spell hasfurnlsh sd an abundant Ice harvest and It wai agony gathered by our Ice men Hon P H Taylor and son Earl are In from Louisville Eld Moot omerl rent to Louisville to attend the Pas tore Sunday School Institute Dr Clarence Elliott ot Humphrey wai letting his uncle Sheriff Elliott Jeff Bines and Miss Nellie Gossett of Mlntonvllle were quietly married at ho Exchange Hotel by Rev A J ilboney George Coppage ot Brad ordjvllle and Miss Addle Brown of lies place weremarrled at Dr C L lerrlns Rev J Q Montgomery om listing Pat Whlpp and Jim Cowden hays one to Scolisrllle for a Christmas vie t Mrs Mol le Thomas and sons Ad aod Oils were visiting relatives at unnvlle this week G R Wllkln 100 made a business trip to Stanford Monday George E Stone was over from Monllcello attending court Our merchants are haying a very ileasant experience with lady clerks flues Bettle Tllford and Mattle Wllk Lao are with W H Wilkinson Mis Daisy Wilkinson with J L Pelly and lies Nellie Wright with Kldd k Co lardln Young Adam Ellis and Page Voolford from the North End were era Tuesday on official business W e Wilkinson and grand eon Jim Pal Iy are bird hunting In Dunnvllle CLIMATIC CURESThe Influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con nmptlon Is very much overdrawn The- for patient and the rich patient too caa do much better at home by proper tendon to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectora tlon ID the morning Is made certain by lennan 8ruplio ia a good night rest and the absence ql that weakening cough nd debilitating night sweat Restless light aad the exhaustion duo to cough log the greatest danger and dread of the onsumptlvo can be prevented or topped bl taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tbe thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial ottlfs 25c regular size 75c At all druggist ICE IN JERUSALEM Jerusalem the city of peace and stronghold ot 21 onIt is at least 3800 years old yet only ireo years ago did the natives ot that irt of historic Palestine begin to- uo Ice Many of them had never seen in fact A diminutive French plant has been turning out about 700 pouid a day Jerusalem water Is the floebt In the world being collected from the sued tops and stored in cisterns Thee therefore Is like crystal melting IIlowly and without a particle ot sedl ment The demand for Ice In the Ba cred city was started by a modern boa pita Hotels soon after began Its used now nearly all the foreign rest deota and many of the wealthy native families are consumers No natural tee Ie brought Into Syria N Y Pree- le time has come whop SantaClaus MUI recognize our civic law- And now the underwriters say hat he must put bis beard away For should It catch from Xmas trees Tbey will not pay their poll cles Lanolin of ncarGadsden Ala killed himself with rough oa rated left a note asking to be burled OQ tbe exact spot where be bad committed jlclde p Rules For Choosing a WIre Sharp atoibowetarpat knees Shrewdlsh temper hard to please Plump at elbows plump at knees Either termagant or tease Foot llgbt as a drop of dew- It will weigh as lead on you If her feet be light and firm It will grind you like a worm Figure lissome sinuous svelte She will make her fury felt- Figure full luxurious massive You will soon be meek sod passive Ripe lips shun the amorous Jade Bettor try some coyer maid Thin lip thick Up pale or red Fair lip bareUp all are bad Laughter like a chiming bell Sbe will lure your soul toweU I Dont trust In a human lute Better marry a leaf mute Tresses wavy tight In curl Oily a towsy frowsy girl It her locks be stiff and straight Fiorcp and pitiless her hate It her hair no gold to day Yestorda twas red as clay And tomorrow who shall say Eyes of hazel eyes of blue These are not the eyes for you Orb of dusk or orbs of dawn Leave oh leave those orbs alone Of all female eyes youll ODd The only safe ones are the blind If youd choose a wife my rule Take these theyre Infallible You will never wed a shrew Or a woman If you d- oPUBLIC SALE myHaving farm knouu as tJe Bpratt place J mile from Walnut Iolat Tostolllce I will sell at public auction Tneaday Dec JOth all of my boule bold implementtS milk cow 3 calves S good mares In fOliI to jack S brood sows IS shoats No combined ware shocks of fodder about 50 barrel of corn lot sheaf oats ton cloyor hay stack of millet 100 chickens and many other thing Terms made known on da of sale J II STEPHENS J I Chandler Ancr Walnut Flat PUBLIC SALE Having divided to go West I will sell a publiC auction at the John Hubble plllie near Turnersvlll on Wednesday Dec JS he following described property Good ear old horse maro colt splendli milk cow yearling heifer wagon and bar nNt buggy buckboard and harness niche trl organ cultivator double shovel plow nd plow gear 60 chickens lot canoe Irish potatoes cabbage houitholi nd kitchen furniture etc etc Term made known n day of sale n u OABU Turn erevIlle- THIS IS A- Ir sldentlal Year and you mutt KEEP POSTED Tbe way Co do this is to read the WBEKL OURIER JOURNAL Henry Wattcrsoi- idltor Twelve pages Issued everv Wed iedayS A YEARUvenuo Reform Social Reform Moral He orm The CourierJournal Issues the beet Lltranac published Send 33e for a copy bT man OOCMEBJOOBNAL CO Lout yllle Ky Dy a special arrangement you un get the NTERIOR JOURNAL nd the WEEKLY COURIER OURNAI both one year for only II 60 LeXInGTOn n moRAc Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It especially devoted to the interests or 3 the Democratic partyand gives all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor 8 Pror Lexington Ky L R1 McCormack DKATJCU Ix Staple a Fancy Gro cerics tlurness stoves Furniture Etc Etc Country Produce ante- dHustonville Ky c First National Bankor Stanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was originally eatabllshtd as the flank of In 1858 then reorganised as the National Dank of and again reorganized as the First National lIa k of Stanford In 1181 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ingbulaess promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable careef Accounts ef Individuals Fiduciaries QmJ Cer parotleas Solicited II J B Paxton J B Owslsy 8 H Shanks W O Walker Ceo W Carter dlfICtors Offlors HOOKER Prest HcRODERTfl WEAKEN Bkpr Dir otors Danville Harris Stanford Ilocker Stanford WaltonLetlDgtoo Tanner Stanford Ilaaghman Stanford Hubble llanebman Stanford Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK WSOOOO Directors Bucceors to The Farmers Hank Trust Company under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial OmeersI OWSLEY Cashier Cashier x FULL UP irx Our house is chuck full of everything in tho way of Christmas Groceries Candies Fruits Nuts Christmas Hardware Fancy Coal Vasos Firo Sots Table Cuttlery Carving Set86il Stoves tCc We have an elegant lino of fancy China lamp stock is uptodnlo 1 Everything now and fresh Prices right Come foldsee us Phone 1- 0HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY i TOYS TOYS I T I Christmas Presents Galore Call and see them i W B McROBERTS Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives nn air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth moro than its cost and the best paints these days go ther and last longer than over before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you learn that it covers more surface than paints but you must wait about fivo willjfully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store CHRISTMAS CAKES meeting of the stockholders of the National flank of Iluitonvlllo will bo bld at their banking house In Hujtonvlllo the sec und Tuesday In January 1001 between and 13 for the purpota of electing di rectors to verve the ensuing year J W HOOKER Cashier A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin coln County National Dank ot Stanford will be held at tanking house the second Tuesday In January 1901 for the purpose of electing for the ensuing year J D OWSLEY Cashier J 8 J J Ohr W II F Reid 8 T J W P K L M D Elmo re T P Ills Stanford Jas Robinson I II W P A and A II R J B W II HUIOIIT Atit i c Our 4 a far- their StanfordII IfISeedless Raisins In tact everything In lint rlasa Groceries Dont forget the J E M Hour It Is the finest thing that skill and money can produce Always In stock and loits no more than ordinary flour Come In cook and get prices It will pay W PERRIN Grocer Stocklloldersliceting Stockholders Ityeeting youa JJ The t1 FOR SALE I Work mules for by the bead or In car markotI I 1 t Stockholders Meeting FlntNUonaiIlADk InJanuarydirectors yearJOHN Oasnter