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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 15 1908 NO 82JHow the St Asaph Got Its Name MR EDITOR Since 1 first became a resident of Stanford I have had some curiosity to know what Influenced Gen Logan to name his fort at this place St Asaph which name has been given to the stream flowing through the town and which name Is painter in glaring letters over the entrance to one of our local hotels and I have only gained the information within the last few days It may be a matter of interest to oth ere and I give you the facts as I have learned them St Asaph was ono of the 065 monks of the monastary founded by St Kentl Kern Bishop of Glasgow Scotland on the river Elwy In North Wales He lived about the year 600 ho was illus trlous for his birth virtues and alleged jnlraclea he became Abbot and Bishop of Liar Elwy and the Catholic church has sot apart the first day of May as feast day in hla honor Gen Benjamin Logan a son of Irish parents In 1776 determined to come to Kentucky and accompanied by only two or three slaves traveled through the wilderness and on May 1776 pitched his camp at the Spring one mile West of the present town where ho afterwards built his fort which was called St Asaph Mr John F B Lillard who has always taken an Interest In historic mat tore got from his father James M Llllard who settled In or near liar rodidurg in 1825 the statement that upon the planting of the settlement the question immediately arose as to what name should be applied to the spring and the fort and a Welshman In the party suggested that It be giver the name St Asaph because Logans first encampment there had been upon the day of the feast of St Asaph Our townsman Mr John Bright who was born In Lincoln county In 1833 was told by Rev S S McUobcrts of the Presbyterian church who was born In 1807 that hla father John McRobcrU a contemporary of Benjamin Logan had It from the mouth of Gen Logan himself that following the buffalo trail on his way from Virginia he reached the spring and first camped there on May 1 1776 and named the settlement St Asaph In honor of that fact The first court held in Kentucky was for Lincoln county and was organized at Harrodiburg Jan 16 1781 and the following order was entered Benjamin Logan having offered 10 acres of ground including the Buffalo Spring for building a court house and other necessary public buildings and 60 acres one mile east from said spring as long as the court shall continue there and as it appears to the court to be the most convenient place it is ordered that the court bo held there for the fu ture Ordered that the court bo ad journed from Harrodsburg to St Asaphs to be held there the next court in course- On May 1C 1786 the court of Quar ter Sessions held for Lincoln county or dered that the court house and prison bo removed to the town of Standfordon the lands convoyed by Benjamin Logan gent to the court This Is the first mention made of the I town by its present name though due orthography misto early magisterial spelledWhence the name Stanford 7 In Lin coln county England is the municipal and parliamentary borough ofStanford Its name in early form was Staenford but In Domesday Book a record containing nil the surveys in England and made between 1031 and 1086 it Is called Stanford and styled a Kings borough In tho reign of Stephen the king had a meeting at Stanford in 1140 with tho Earl of Chester to conclude a peace In 1215 tho barons assembled thero to oppose the king In tho reign of lien ry III the carl of Cornwall assem bled the discontented barons there and required thoktng to restore the Magna Ciarta and the Charta do Forcsta One kof thojcrosses which marked the rest Ing place of Queen Eleanors body was erected at Stanford Several parlia ments and councils were held there In the middle ages It was a seat of learn ing and when dissensions arose among the students of Oxford and Cambridge in the reign of Edward III they moved to Stanford The historic battle of Lose coatfiehj was fought here In the civil war of tho Roses Sir Roberts Welts out of revenge forhls fathers death whom Ed ward IV had beheaded raised n rebel lion gatherad an army of 30000 Lincoln county men and was defeated with dreadful loss at Stanford The van quished casting oft their coats to run the faster gave the battle its name This Kentucky county was named Lincoln in honor of Gen Benjamin Lin coin who was deputed by Washington to receive tho sword of Lord Cornwallls at his surrender It was natural that our pioneer fathers should have named the seat Stanford in honor of the historic municipality in the county of the same name J N SAUNDERS Here and There Maj J Alex Grant formerly of Frankfort is dead in Baltimore The engine of a freight train blew upon a siding at Beaumont Cal killing three men- Incendiaries destroyed tho home of L R Johns In Taylor county entailing a loss of 3000 Mrs John Rapp of Evansville IInd was fatally burned by stepping on a clothlnKIreport says ers between Chicago and San Francis co Ma to be merged into one company MM Mary Penner of Warren coun ty put In an acre of tobacco worked It by herself and sold It at 9c a pound John A Tarrier editor of Town Top ics was sentenced to eight months In jail and fined 1000 for misusing tho malls The trial of James II Parrish charged with aiding In wrecking Ow onshore banking institutions is In progress at Hawesville The pronouncing of sentence on Ab raham Rucf convicted in San Francisco of bribery was postponed by Su perior Judgo Lawler until Dtc 19 Patrick McBryde first secretary of the United Mine Workers of America and secretary of the Ohio Operators Association died at Bridgeport 0 John Kelley was fatally and four oth ers were seriously Injured by an ex plosion at the Ohio works of the Car negie Steel Company at Youngstown Selfdefense will be the pleaof Beach Hargis when he is placed on trial Wednesday at Irvine for the murder of his father Judgo James Hargis at Jackson says Judge S II Kasb one of his attorneys As far as practicable in the future women will bo employed and are pro tarred as attendants in tho asylums of this State They are not only the most reliable but the best handlers of the men and women patients think the members of the Board of Control Incidents of the recent campaign furnished the cue for the merry making at tho annual fall dinner of tho Grid iron Club at Washington last Saturday President Roosevelt Presidentelect Tuft and many other men prominent in public life were guests Miniature steam rollers were the souvenirs Resolutions of Respect DIADEM LODGE No 81 Knights of Pyyilas Whereas it has pleased the Supreme Ruler of the universe to call from us our beloved brother Mark Hardin therefore be it Resolved that wo deeply deplore his death and mourn tho loss the lodge and community have sustained by his de parture to his long home Resolved that our grief bo mingled with that of the bereaved family and that we sympathize with them in this thulr deepest sorrow and point them to the Comforter who alone can give that balm that hcalcth every wound and who is able to give that consolation no earthly power can bestow Resolved that a copy of the resolu tions be spread upon the records of this lodge and one bo sent to the grief stricken family and a copy bo handed tho the INTBMOR JOURNAL for publica tion J W IRELAND Com Pat Crow once charged with kidnapping Eddie Cudahy and one of tho most picturesque characters with whom the police of the country have had to dual with In the last 15 years has for saken his old life and professed religion He will now go to the other exreme and become an evangelist The men who go into that business after grad uating in the full course of crime may do some good but we had as soon hear a jackass bray as one of them preach Their efforts are simply disgusting An educated and a trained ministry is only worth listening toFrankfort Journal Medicine That is Medicine Ihavosullerod a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints but 1 have now found a remedy that keeps mo well and that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine that Is medicine for stomach nnd vor troubles and forrun downeondUlon Bas W C ICicstlor of Halllday Ark Electric Bitters purl fy and enrich the blood tono UPi the nerves and Impart vigor and energy to tho weak Your money will bo re funded it it falls to help you bOo a Pennys Drug Store A remarkable Heatlh Congress is to be be held at Tuskcgce Ala where for a whole week the attention of the colored people of the South will be drawn to the subject of general hy gieno especially with reference to measures available in the now wide spreading battle against tuberculosis Prevontlcsthoso Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds crd lie Grip Trythem onto nUll see 4825c Sold by Penny Drug Store NEWS NOTES Palestine is abandoning her ancient and famous weillITho total taxable property in Louis ville amounts to 161000000 Clarence Reason a 13yearold boy was killed by a playmate during recess at Mobile Ala John Smiley an L N car inspec tor was run over and instantly killed by the cars in the Lexington yards The jury in the Abraham Ruef case at San Francisco after 24 hours delib eration returned a verdict of guilty On his special train J PIcrpont Mor gan traveled from Chicago to New York In 17 hours establishing a new recordWhile seated near an open grate the clothing of Mrs Charles Hattleld of the Ellisburg section became Ignited and she was badly burned Triplets were born to Ambrose E Calhoun and wife of Columbus Ga This couple now have 25 children Tho father is 82 years old Lexington is to have a magnificent ninestory hotel which will be run by Klair Mooney who now have charge of the Leland Hotel In refusing an invitation to attend the Transmlsslsslppi Congress at Denver in August Presidentelect Taft in timated that Congress might bo in see lion all next summer Japan gets a better price for its ex ported homogrown rice than it pays for the largo quantity imported from China and home consumed Thats a Japanese way of making money Robert Fullerton son of a wealthy St Louis man who is charged with abduction in New York surrendered to District Attorney Jerome The young man is alleged to have eloped with a girl student from Cornell and to have deserted her In greeting a delegation fron the Rivers and Harbors Congress President Roosevelt took occasion to say that if they could be reached prosecutions for criminal libel would be instituted against those persons who have charged scandal In connection with the Panama canalThe grand jury at Union City Tenn which has been investigating tho Reel foot raids reported 32 Indictments including 38 men The State refused to divulge the nature ofthese indictments announcing that the present grand jury had completed the work done by tho grand jury during tho October term Richard Dennemann was fatally burned and his wife is in a critical con dition as the result of an explosion of gasoline in their home at Newport Firemen Dollard and Showalter while fighting tho fire were overcome by smoke They were unconscious when rescued Dennemann was pouring gasoline into the Kitchen stove when the explosion occurred Capturing giant turtles seems to be a profitable business along the Maine coast A 1500pound one was recently taken in those waters and so great a curiosity was it that the two captors promptly exchanged it for a perfectly good check for 250 The purchasers presentday P T Barnums hope to reap a small fortune by exhibiting the turtle at county fairs The House of Representatives passed a resolution introduced by Mr Perkins providing for the appointment of a special committee of five to consider that part of the Presidents Message in which reflections were cast on the members of Congress The members have been somewhat alarmed by re ports that President Roosevelt was just honing for a fight and was load ed for them This Is Worth Reading 10 F Zellnski of OS Gibson SU Buffalo N Y says I cured the most annoying cold SOlO I over had with liuaKlons Arnica Salvo I up pliod this salvo once a day for two days when every trace of tIe sore was gone II Heals nil sores Sold under guarantee at 1ennys Drug More 25c As a result of tlw premature explos ion of a dynamite chaise at Bas Obis po on tho canal about 15 miles from Panama 10 men were killed and more than 60 injured A majority of the vic tims were Spaniards The actual num ber of dead is not yet known as it is believed several corpses are pinned un der the wreckage Guilty 01 Counterfeiting Passing counterfeit money is no worse than substituting some unknown worthless remedy for Foleys Honey and Tar the great cough and cold remedy that cures tho most obstinate coughs and heals the lungs Now Stanford Drug Co To The Democrats of The 13th Ju dicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for circuit judge of this district composed of tho counties of Lin coin Garrard Boyle and Mercer M C SAUFLEY HUSTONVILLE Miss Cora Goode has accepted a good position In a Louisville store A spoiling match Is billed for tho op era house for Dec 22 All invited Miss Bessie Purdom of Moreland was the guest of Mrs C M SIpple Tom Gooch will make his final turkey raid this week which will wind up the shipping season On account of careless and reckless shooting by hunters J J Newell has posted his farm Miss Sue F Purdom tho popular school teacher of Jumbo was in More land Friday on business The Teachers Training Class of the Christian church will meet with Mrs Wm Myers Saturday afternoon at 2 o clockRev H M Shouso closed a 10 days protracted meeting at New Salem church which resulted in four confes lions The church supper and musical at the Emporium Saturday was largely attended and well patronized Tho receipts were 120 Ike Terrys hand was caught under a large belt on a revolving pulley and the belt broke thereby saving his life His hand was badly mashed Miss Elizabeth Hawkins of Corbin is the guest of the Misses Newburn Mrs J T Bohon is visiting relatives at Mt Auburn and Decatur III We are requested by numerous per sons living in the vicinity to ask why the large amount of much needed stone broken along the pike near Mt Salem has not been spread on the road Miss Ella Barnett left Monday for St Louis to accept a traveling position with her brother and his wife Mrs Sue Jones and son James are visiting her brother Charles T Bohon and fam ily at Lebanon Mrs Wash Brown who lives 2I miles west of our city was found dead in bed Thursday morning She leaves three children Mrs Frank True Albert Brown and James Devers the latter by her first husband John S Smith met with a very unu sual accident last week While driving his wagon and walking near one horse the hame string snapped and the end of the hame struck him on the jaw cut ting through to the teeth His jaw was almost fractured You will make a mistake if you buy your Xmas presents before you see the splendid selection of C W Adams He has the most comprehensive line ever brought to Hustonvillo and you can find in It a suitable present for your father mother sister brother sweet hearts or friends Call at once and see for yourself The ladles of the Christian church will furnish the Masonic supper on the evening of Dec 26 The Masons and their wives will dine from 5 to and the public from 6 to 10 The menu will consist of the choicest delicacies of the season The lower room of the Mason ic Hall will be used for this feast to which all are cordially invited Elmer lull aged 27 committed an assault on Mamie Womack the 11 year old daughter of Logan Womack who lives in Russell county and then mur dered his little victim The deed was committed Tuesday and at 2 oclock that night Wm Lair with two blood hounds was on the road The dogs took the trail readily and followed it through the rain to the house of Rufus Holt Hills cousin where the trail was lost because lull secured new shoes Sev eral hours later the trail was found and followed for over 20 miles Hill was finally located hiding among some rel atives and they hearing of the large rewards and caring more for that than they did for Hills chances for freedom overpowered him and took him to jail by a circuitous route Sunday night an armed mob went to the Jamestown jail for the purpose of hanging Hill but he had been spirited away Great credit is due Marshal Lair and his bloodhounds for the capture of Hill Clell inch of Mlddloburg also did McAnI work toward the capture The mother of the murdered child with streaming eyes prayed aloud to God to bless Mr Lair for his heroic work Mrs McRaneys Experience Mrs M McRaney Prontlss Miss writes I was confined to my bed for three months wlthkldney andbladder trouble and was treated by twoijphy siclans but failed to get relief No human tongue can tell how I suffered and I had given up hope of over get ting well until I began taking Foleys Kidney Remedy After takingJltwo bottles I felt like a new person and foal it my duty totell suffering women what Foleys Kidney Remedy did for me II New Stanford Drug Co S In tho Lincoln School at Santa Barbara Cal the pupils are taught to bind all the books that get out of repair to cane all chairs needing it and toJmend any and everything at home or in school that needs mending GOMMON i r SENSE Teaches you that it is wise to remember your friends with a gift that will be of service Select one from this list and make no mistake Alligator Handbag Gentlemens Suit Case Umbrella from 50c to 1250 A neat Overcoat A pair of Kid Gloves Box of Silk Handkerchiefs fA dainty Mueller Silk Hose latest colors Patent Leather Shoos for Lady or Gentleman Silk Suspenders Silver Buckles- A stylish Coat Sweater Late Neckties 2oe to 200 A Yest two something now Box of Shirts UptoDate HepTop Boots for the Boy A Suit of Clothes Might Make Him Smile A Stetson Hat Would Improve His Looks Cummins WearenSTA- NFORD KENTUCKY snrntt t MtI tlVgr rj ill ANOTHER 0 New stock of Rochester Ware for Christmas Young Men Come in and See our Chafing Dishes from S45O to 15 Young ladies like them Serv ing Dishes Coffeeland Tea Pots Tea Trays c fJEDEJ 3Df33 W H HIGGINS StanfordKentuckyI 0 The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON i ACCORDING to figures compiled by the New York Times the vote for Taft In the recent election was 7659688 as compared with 7623480 for Roosevelt in 1904 The Democratic vote is given as 6450690 ns against 5077971 four years ago According to the table tho Socialist vote was less this year than in 1904 the respective figures belnit 401506 and 402288 Fewer votes were cast for the Prohibition candidates tho count standing 228014 last Fall as compared with 258536 in the last preside tlal year In a few instances says tho f Times these figures are not final But in every instance it is declared they are the best that can be obtained prior to the publication of the official canvass and will differ from the official figures very slightly if at all CONCERNING the calling of an extra session of the Legislature Gov Witlso sayshI have no idea of calling an extra session I do not know of any emergency that requires it The law pro t vides for regular sessions to attend to measures which are usually brought up r for legislation and it does not contem plate calling an extra session except an emergency The consideration of questions like the county until bill Is not an emergency but is a question of the character that is usually and properly considered at the regular sessionsI The desire for legislation on such quest tiona no matter how strong does not constitute an emergency TUB millions of admirers of William Jennings Bryan will learn with 4surprise and indignation that he Is under arrest in Texas The heinous crime with which he is charged Is that ho killed more than 25 Mallard 41ducks a day against the peace and of the Lone Star State whit provides a penalty of so much a piece for all over that number killed in a day The penalty however does not prescribe a penal sentence 4SPEAKER CANNON threw some gloom and Harbors Congress a in Washington when in an address before that body he declared his opposi- tIon to a bond issue for the Improvement of the waterways of the United States He said that if the RIvers and Harbors Committee should report a bill at this session providing for the issu of 1000000000 worth of bonds in the next 10 years he would vote against It THE press of this State deeply sym pathizes with Mayor H E Woolfolk of Danvllle in the loss of his wife whose death occurred Saturday night after a threeweeks illness Mayor Woolfol was editor of the Advocate for man years and during that time he was held in high esteem by the press boys His b wife who was a most excellent lady was a sister of Editor B G Boyle of the Louisville Post- HARDYVILLE Hart county a town of several hundred inhabitants on the alLouisville and Nashville pike some 20 Glasgow has no church Qf any kind or place of worship and this State of affairs has existed since the birthof the town more than 60 years ago And this when money is sent to darkest Africa to build churches True it is that the shoemakers wife goes barefooted iNEwYORK State is building a 4 000000 penitentiary We hope it will be big enough and strong enough to hold all the trust promoters who should be sent there and who likely would have been sent had Bryan been elected A MOVEMENT to have the Louisville firms give their employes Saturday as well as Christmas day making a three day holiday has assumed large proportions many big firms having agreed to it It is a good idea TUB Court of Appeals decides that no bet is enforceable by law This however will have no effect on gamb ling A gambler will take chancel other people would not dream of fool- ingI1 with THAT charming periodical the Con- K gressional Record ia again found on our exchange table Deolightful reading these long December nights E T WESLEY the bright young ed Itor of the Somerset Herald is being boomed for circuit judge Hed mak r a good one e POLITICAL f The Democrats have 20 more mem tiers in the next House than in this President Roosevelt has appointed Joseph IL Cummings of Augusta Ga to be a member of Chlckamaujja Na tional Military Park Commission t Representative Sherley led the fight on the floor of the House for the bill designed to protect aliens in this country The vote stood 100 to 100 and passed when Speaker Cannon cast his vote in its favor Judge Taft Is contemplating a trip to Panama before his inauguration as President next March Judge Taft is deeply concerned in the success of the big project and wants to keep fully in touch with the situation Prieident elect Taf and Preside Roosevelt heldan extended conference at which matters pertaining to president and noxt Administration werob t discussed The makeup of Judge a Tafts of the sub jecta consideredIIIt is not probable that the House of Representative will go to any great lengths in resenting the aspersions on the members in President messago If that part of the documentt is ordered expunged from the record It is reported that the President will end a special message repeating and an plifying his remarks CHURCH MATTERSt The now Catholic church at Richmond was dedicated with impressive corm ntes SundayEDr Daw quit preaching can bring more men to repentance by swapping horses with them Whitei burg Mountain Eagle Chicago is to have six weeks of re vival services beginning March 1 next under the leadership of Rev J WilJ bur Chapman of Philadelphia There are five services every day in the Union Revival Ladles Prays meeting in each end of town at 3 P M mens Prayer meeting at 430 at Firs National Bank preaching at the Methodist church at 1030 A M and at 730 P M The sweetest music we have heard in many a day was the quartette singin of Revs D M Walker J L YandU Guice and Prof J W Ireland at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon ItI was soulstirring and no one could have heard It and not felt better by it Shouting that ho was John the Baptist come to save the world an insane man held the town of Edgewater N J in terror for nearly in hour He rushed down the main streets waving aI revolver and shouting held up half aI dozen citizens robbed the tills of thre business establishments stole a team of horses and exchanged many shot with a hastily formed posse He was finally captured and sent to an insane asylumThe Methodist church could not at comodate more than twothirds of the immense crowd that wanted to hear Revs Harbin and Guice Sunday night and an overflow meeting was held at the Baptist church to which Rev Guice preached It Is likely that one of the larger churches will be used during this week as it is desired that all who wish to hear the powerful sermons of Rev Harbin and the sweet singing ot Rev Guice shall have the opportunity of doing so The meeting at the Methodist church conducted by Revs Harbin and Guice is largely attended at its every service and great interest is manifested It was decided at a meeting of the pastor jf the four churches Saturday that It should bo a union meeting and it is now onducted as such While Rev Harbir toes most of the preaching the various pastors in town help with their presence md timely talks Rev Harbin is ar jxceeding able expounder of the gospel truths and an intensely interesting talker He never wants for a word and his tore of fitting narratives is remarkable He is a great preacher and our people are taking advantage of the opportunity to hear his splendid sermons Rev iulue is an excellent singer and the music is a pleasing feature of the services He sings a solo at every ser vice If you have not been to these meetings you should attend and be sure to get in in time to hear Rev Guide There were four services Sundaythe regular morning sermon a sermon to- the children at 2 oclock an address to men only at 3 and tho evening services All were well attended Rev Guico reached to the chidren The meeting will continue until further notice Iff NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary Ann Daviess aged 74 dead in Mercer Henry Shirley a Negro was given 21 years by the Garrard Circuit Court for killing his half brother Twin daughters were born to the wiCe of Marion Thompson who lives on the Stanford roadLancaster Record At Danville 12 bloodhounds which M Bailey had sold to a Lexington man for 300 died from ar unknown cause The Mt Vernon schools have closed 3 account of smallpox There are a half dozen cases in the outskirts of town and everybody is being vaccinat- The ed directors of the Boyle National tank of Danville will vote on the reposition of liquidating the present enterprise and immediately reorgoniz Ing the institution into a State Bank a1d Trust Company The gladdest words To weary herds Of mortals meek Are these I say The cook will stay- Another week sA Dangerous Operation Is tho removal of tho appendix by a rgeon No one whotako Dr Kings New Lifo Pills Is ever subjected to this ightful ordeal They work so quiet ly you dont fool them They cure jnstlpatton headache biliousness and malaria 25o at Pennnys Drug- Store IColThe death just occurred at mar passing of a most remarkable man sclftnado one in every sense Be life a pour boy but with a fix purpose he grew to be a fine law yer a superior advocate and a man of most comprehensive knowledge a1 though the schoolroom was compact unknown to him and no college claimed him as a pupil He amaased quite a fortune by his practice and was able to buy the farm his fatherinla Owned and nearly everyone in the neighborhood a resolve that he made wheR old gentleman refused him tho hand his daughter with whom he afterwards eloped For years he was the leader of the bar In his section and for alollg time was engaged in one or tho other of nearly every law suit of consequence Aa an orator he was most captivating and as a conversationalist he was the center of any group in which ho appeared In his long life of 86 years ho never held office and oply deceatediforagainst was i the aspiring young man and many sought his aid and advice always freely bestowed hlghestjestecm the the home of the blessed may ho find the richest reward of a wellspent life Frankfort JournalIIRobert Shearer and Mrs Mary Lt Long were married at Lancaster by Eld F M Tinder John L Sullivan the pioneer prizefighter has secured a divorce Ills claim was desertion Archibald Robertson Dunlap editor of the Frankfort News and Miss Ro1 becca Johnson a beautiful young lady of the Capital City are to be married soon Mr Dunlap is an old Danvil boy and a tine young man Thecleverest imitation of real Coffee ever yet mado is Dr Shoops Heal Coffee It is fine in flavor and Is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys DruJ Store It is all a mistake that the Republican party is now without a principle and that the President tobe represent nothing The Republican party has great princple and Taft has announced his program proclaiming Jt It Is Kick the coon and cajole the Cathc lieAshland Va Herald Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronl constipation Bud stimulates the live Orlno regulates tho bowels so they vill act naturally and you do not havo to take purgatives continuously lse Stanford Drug Co One Chinaman dead and another fatally wounded is the result of a quarrel between two celestials at Owensboro It is alleged that a highbinder plot wait the bottom of the trage- dyNOTICE All parties holding claims nculunt Mrs I Com loll of llllleogurlllu Ky must flit Hum with nio prop proven IKO IS ulto they will be brvrvd Indebted to her must pay by nt date or tho olalmi will bo placed In the hands of an onicer for collection KnwAHn ALCoitW Assignee NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersign d who was nt the February term of the Lincoln circuit court sent to the penlten tlory for the term of two for shoot IlIg 1V11 Yocum will make application td- th6 hoard of Prison Commissioner for a arolo ut their meeting Tuesday Jim 0 W I1UU WALLS IWhen Ordering Clothes HIIII your measure taken by n tailor of ex irlenco Then your clothes wbetheru low prlc6 business suit or the finest evening lollies will have that Individuality and lit whIch plainly Indicate they were made to our measure 1 will also tuku your lueas UN for ultra trousers fancy vests top coati and overcoats Full and Winter sam tIle on band ready for your Inspection 110 UUILYTheTullorJMtonford PUBLIC SALE t- On DEO IflTJI beginning OlzlvurllleKyl will sell to the highest und beet bldlllr tho household end kitchen furniture nnd personal property of lIanc J Hortoa insisting of the various household iirces ties und equipment new and old Terms lade known on day of sole U UHORTON Kxor At same time und Jobn L Jiortoh wIll oltur for tale cutllesheep horses mules ogn chicken Implements und the crOll or hiU Menus for thIs to be known on day of sale madllI JOHN D OolJ IChttndlerAuct ONCRETING We tire in position to do all kInd of con cruUllg such us lllock Work Pavements- uL In net we can nmlcu any thing from n ouso down to u lance Wo can sorvo au promptly and guarantee llrstclniis work und our prices afore you buy your iimtertiit at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky VOTCH f The creditors of Mr Nancy J Hortc Ire requested to Immediately mall tbelr claim legally verified to the Executor REV U 1 NORTON Pt Thomas Ky FARM FOR SALE I acresThe form of of good blue trail land lying one inllo North of MoKlnneyi the Stanford pike Improvement and fencing Rood of fru Also I timbered land one mile Knit of Molanneyhalfunderfuneeplrr- ofwatrrandgood tobacco Innd Hltllrow- Ing crop J A AKtJntJMoKlnnTIQ the Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid fOI external use All durcgists tell ZEN PENNYS DRUG STORE Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell privately my stock of Oro eerie and Hardware Inq n goat bUll nee Will Invoice about 4300 Itvuion health OKO J IIOf1RIt Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I 1 will on RATUIUJA DKC 1W i to the hlKheet bidder wmo houiehold Rnd kitchen furniture ioni farming Im l- omenti about 10 or K locust wire fcnco Rood 1horie shed some looe hit clover and timothy mlieil Rood nail n lot of Huff OrpblnKton and llrmouth hock chickens lwohorse wngo harness Ac and other things not name l Tarns made known on day of wile HAlo will begin at oclock r J II IIUIUHT Stanford Ky Adorinas Fox- I a handsome largo ounl Jersey Dull trended f rom n IonIC and unbroken line 01 the mot noted bull and cow on the h land of Jersey Kngland and America JlI i UnMioneof the best bulls ever imports hiashow cow that lifts given youbliveLlkobegetstome Ancestor and have a cow you should HTall yourself of lilt se ri rice He will U allowed to serve a limit number of approved reglttcriHl cowl out tide of our own herd thlt for fee of each Make engagement before Miidli r cow to be bred AOTTUIt Telephone Htnntord K- yN1IWI have to over three extra rboln bull roars that will be told at right price PUBLIC SALE I I will tell at publlo auction on my fart bout onlOhlll a from between Prnclier vllle and Crab orohard plkesunTIUItMUAYIEU 1TTII 1M beginning at oMIook AM the followln letorlbtHl property i One good mare In lot tyLlueolnSquirrel good looker and Irlver Jersey cow fullbHod- Ct with belfercall by her altlo five 1WII hunts Muggy and harness new r hone iragon vrhwit drill with fertllUer attack neat culling harrow cutting lax mow nit machine buy mkeeorn r81 lilows elder until and some household turn urn Also have 40 good own x stacks of hnj say frame for sale Term made known on tiny of sale Mites GKOKUK W IXX1AN dU UBLIC SALE I Having rented my farm and decided to mote away I will on- FRIDAY IKO 181KB ell tbo following personalty at my plats t the lied tarnknown ni tiles Houthenit of HuitonYllle One pafr- mlirelllullIIennold hands y mris good bUHfty horse two flue Onltoi IIInre rolls good horses three rlln Angus bull fat hOIlIIUE or ehirkensnnd turk And calve tar11dng lmpletnentrNstacks a ay souse good teeth troughs 1ut Itet good oak uouifhold find knob II turnlture W bnrrefs ot corn TUHMM OF HALKSIX mouths oixli gln Ixtnrlngo per cent from date of mist all ouountsovur rte under that cash In blllld Hnle will commence nt oclock A M Y W 1UTKTON Hustouvlllo Ky Col J Chandler Auctioneer Mahony Rank- inNSURANCI Fire LifeaAccident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty I of the lending companies of the world represented Compete In rates with nil the companies of the Losspay Inll record unsurpassed Never hind n Ian1 lIlt tn tbo history of agency I oisei and without discount No ltingdtdayforyour lunacy IJeforo In irlngcnllonJAHOISY fit RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stan- fordtheumattsm I han found a trte4laiui tested Dare tar BIle 1IatAml Nota remedy that wlU itnlshtea On distorted nor I1JD boar i baeekWOeeesh s taint ptIJ ImpOlllble rro 81 I can now sursllaytiu Lb pa1nJ and pIIP o dellloraWII Oermani wlth a Chemist in the atr DannatadtI t farad the legit Jncedlen will whleb Dr Sioopi lUMiuaaUo Remedy WM mad a perfected dlpendablo prescrlptloo limo mressesofRhsumatlmbutnowatlast It tml much forml dreaded cures disease Thoss sandlfko ant la wutel found in RhenmstlaBIood seem to dUsolr this remedy a watera1And then wben aluymaaUusmfromane forever land There thlenow no- real of need no actual excuse to saner longer with help We IOU and In crafldenca reoomasod Dr Shoops theumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE JK USEFtIi P ESE ITS You arc going to give presents of course Christmas and why not give Something Pretty Something Goodnt tho same time Something Useful A SILK MUFFLER rr Is good every cold dny in the year nut wo have thorn from 50c to 350 A Handsome Plain or Gold or Sit ver Mounted UmbrellaG- ood every Rainy or Sun Shiny lily at n range of liriccn from 1 to 10 A NICE NECKTIE for 50c or 1 iA good pair of Warm or Dross Gloves or n JOHN B STETSON lint nt 350 or 500 A pair of Ladies ULTRA SIIOES 350 und 4 or n MANSS WALK 1 OVER SHOE for 3 50 1 and 5 A beautiful Silk Handkerchief or a dozen Hnon ones Wo will bo glad to i show you thcso at any time I t 1H J AlcROBERTSI STANFORD KENTUCKY fH Our Holiday Display i At the Emporium Huatonville is now ready for your inspection Wo have gathered this line irotu all points of the compass Sec our guoming contest In Window Display beginning DECEMBER 14 for ono week Money to you For the LITTLE FOLKS we have n SANTA CLAUS LETTER BOX AH are invited to mail their want We guarantee do livery All letters must be in box by Dee 18th in order to reach Hnuta Claus in time for his Secretary to award your request Give your potullicc addreaCUT RATES IN CLOTHING AND MILLINERY Yours for fair oxcbauge CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY Friday Dec inn N twill be the day for Xmas shoppers Greatestand grandest display ever shown in the city All the latest styles and designs in Dinner Ware BricaBrac arid Novelties Galore Prices way down You can not af ford to buy till you have seen this lin- eGEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford XMASeChinaware Nickel Plated Ware Carving Sets Packet Knives and Table Cutlery Any of them make a good Xmas present J Geo D Hopper Stanford Ky a iA lh y MtaaJ lir c +r rro rh ngs to ECen1exnberI I 1001 Substantial and useful suggestions in our store This store is brimful of pretty Christmas tricks Smoke Kcttf Handkerchief Bags Laundry lings Wnito Paper Baskets Sewing Baskets Embroidery Baskets Embroidery Sets Pin Cushions Hal Pin Holders Stray link Holders Match Scratch ore Moil Catchers Bed Room Slippers Fancy Suspenders and Hoso Supporters Boxes Kucliing Handkerchiefs of all Kinds Silk Scarfs Silk Pet ticoat Pillow Tops and many other imported novelty goods Shop early nnd ovoid tho rush anti jam t The STANFORD KT DEC 15 1908 NKW assortment of local view post 1cards at Pennys Drug Store LENA HAMPTON is quite sick Mn J H OTTER was in Louisvll 0 C MORTON camo over from Fort Thomas to attend court MK D G family of Liberty are with relatives here DICK HAMPTON ts back from Green county where ho killed 181 quail Miss OPHELIA LACKEY of Crab Orchard visited Miss Kato Alcorn JUDGE J W AuiORNand SHock- er went up to Middlcaboro yesterday MR J LIDEAZLEY who has been III forseveral days is able to bo out agon REV W S GRINSTEAD of Vcrsalllei arrived yesterday to visit his daughter Mna J E BUCK pent several daYI with relatives in Louisville and Lebanon Junction MRS IIENRY CATROM of the taat End has been visiting relatives In Rockcaitlc MRS LIZZIE DILUON of Stanford has been visiting relatives here Lnncai ter Record MR AND MRS D 0 LEWIS of tho Waynesburg section paid this office call Saturday MR WILLIAM TODD of Chicago is with his brother In law Mr Geo W Logan and family Miss MATTIE VIIITB and Miss Mami White returned yesterday from a vialt toJLoulavllle friends GRADY TUCKKR who accidentally shot himself on Thanksgiving has taI en a turn for tho worse MR W M OWENS and wife of Barr Rockcastlo county were hero to lIeo Dr E J Brown Friday JUDOG W E VARNON was hero Saturday en route to his homo at Asho vllle N C from Lexington MR S W MnNEFBE of Rochester N Y is hero with his homefolks 110 S looks like tho East agrees with him MR BURTON SriiiKa and family returned Sunday from Phoenix Arizona whore they have lived a short while MR KINDRICK ALCORN has sufficient ly recovered to drive out on good days His many fncnds aro delighted to 8eo him MESSRS SAM MOORE Ike Shelby and Marshall McCollum of Junction City have gone to Tampa Fla to spend th WinterMR HARRY M SCOTT and sister Miss Ellen ONeal Scott aro spending a few daye at Dr W B Pennys it Danville Mrs lon Parsons an aged Casey county woman was probably fatally burned by her clothes catching from an open grate A LITTLE son has blessed the homnol Mr and Mrs Lewis T Andrews of Sherman Texas The mother was Miss Whitloy Murphy of this place TilE little daughter of Mr and Mrs II B Smith continues very sick tier aunt Miss Emma Boone arrived Wed nesday from Mt Vernon to bo at tho bedside of her niece Sue Logan Smith A Goon picture of Mrs Robert Mc Kechnle formerly Miss Flannio Liam mends appeared hi Saturdays Courier Journal Mrs Mclechnio now live in Tampa Fla since their mar riage about a month ago LOCALS ENGLISH teapots at Hoppers GENUINE Virginia addlees stock J C McClary PEOPLE are talking about the pretty Xmas goods at Severances SOLID silver spoons forks etc in larger quanitics than ever W II Mueller I HAVE lots of fireworks on hand Call and see my stock M 0 Bastin Rowland TAKE a lookat our Xmas Chlnawaro Geo D Hopper HAVE you read about tho South Bend watch 7 W II Mueller handles them AT the meeting of the Lincoln Coun ty Medical Society held here last week tt Dr M Lee Pipes of Moreland was made president and Dr W F Hickle of Hubble was reelected secretary and treasurer FOUND pair of nose glasses This office FOUND gold cuff tonWill Sal iter colored SEVERANCES windows are full of pretty Xmas gifts WANTED Good turkeys Eggn 29c this week II B Northcottv Stanford FOR SALLA good fat hog weigh about 300 pounds Mrs W B McRob erts Stanford IARCII STEVENS hmo near Goshen was destroyed by lire Sunday causing a loss of about 1800 FOR of bcanty and which will be a joy forever see W II Mueller the jeweler TUB public will bo glad to know that Mrs Mark Hardin will continue to run tho St Asaph Hotel LET mo tell you of the 25 or mot points of superiority of the sowing mat chino I handle W H Mueller IFOR SALE Premium Narraganset and White Holland turkeys Phoni 116A Mn Richard Cobb Danville Ky 3t M FOR selling whisky Arthur Hockc and John Harris Rout both colored were given CO days and 140 days res pcctlvoly in jail LJOliN PRICHARD who had a dog killed by the L N in October got a judgment of 20 against that corpora tion tho other day GEORGE W LUNSPORD of Turners I vllle will pay the highest market price for bones iron rags and junk of all kinds Get his prices before you sell HOLIDAY RATBS VIA Qua SN CRES CANT ROUTE Tickets on sale Dec 18 19 23 21 25 30 31 and Jan 1 limited Jan 1909 Aek agents for particulars DILLION BRONAUGH have taken charge of the Crab Orchard rink and there will be skating over Edmiston 8 Holmes store each Tuesday and Friday night THE Baptists wilthave tree at their church on tho evening before Christmas Doors will be open nt 7 oclock A general invitation is ex tended ITu postoffice authorities at Wash ington have decided that invitations to bridge whist and other parties where prizes are offered cannot bo sent through the malls on tho ground that they par tako of the nature of lotteries MR JOHN B HIGGINS has moved his stock of groceries from the Warner store room on East Main Street to the Sims cottage on Danvillo Avenue where he will be glad to servo the people with fresh goods at tho lowest prices Tile Modern Woodmen will give an Old Fiddlers Contest at Hunn Cot feys hall in Moreland on Wednesday night Dec 23 All fiddlers must be 40 years old or more 7 will bo given to the winner 4 to the 2nd and 2 50 to tho third Attend To all parties of county claims You are notified that the money is now in tho county treasury to pay your claims and that you must therefore pay your taxes at once otherwise I will havo to add the penalty T J11111 S L C Turn ladles of tho Baptist church will mvd a bazaar in the postofllce next Saturday Dec 19 Black cakes a pccialty but other cakes and aprons aricy articles rte will also be on sale atronize the good women and help tho splendid causo they represent MR JOSHUA D Swope a good dem crat and a mighty clever man wants to serve his county as circiut clerk andI so announces this issue He has made ovornl good races but has never had the pleasure of reaching the goal lIe hopes his friends will help him succeed this time and asks them to do BOITug son born Mr and Mrs H Rowan Sauflcy lived only 18 hours Its little light went out about 2 oclock Thursday afternoon and at 10 oclock Friday morning the tiny white casket containing all that was mortal of the IIttlo thing was lowered into its final sting place in Buffalo cemetery Rev J L Yandell conducted brief services at the home Much sympathy is felt for Mr and Mrs Saufley in their loss CHRISTMAS presents in profusion W II Mueller FOR XMAS Curtains done upon patent fancy washing Cyn thia Cook WANTED buy veralshares First National Bank stock Phone or write this office WE have several tones I of good leed ing hay we are selling at 40c a bale J II Baughman Co MR W P GRIMES bought the IIor ton farm of 270 acres in tho East End at 70 It was sold by the master commissioner yesterday THE L roundtrip tickets to Winchester Dec 29 30 and 31 limited to Jan at 245 account of the State Teachers Meeting I HAVE bought AI Wallaces Interelt in the livery firm of Beazlcy Wallace and also the books Those owing tho firm will please call and settle with me G G Beazlcy W W WHITE Lytlemerchin announces this issue for the democrat nomination for Assessor of Lincoln He is a clever man and would fill tho office with credit Think of him whe you vote Feby 6 WE will give sway at noon on Christmas eve a 20 doll as a first prizo and music box Xmas tree 2nd Each perso spending 25c in cash will be given a chance on these beautiful articles New Stanford Drug Co A DLACK and tan fox hound bitch showing her ago considerably Dnd wearing a collar on which was Hot Springs Ark left Crab OrchardI Springs during the meet of hunters A reward of 10 will be paid for her return to E H Walker Pain Lick Ky THE Louisville thusly of an old Stanford boy who has a Ie glen of friends in this section City Controller Samuel Wilhite has issued a report in book form or thn fiscal departments of tho city government for tho past year and previous years Mr Wilhite has the record of being the most capable man that eve filled the important position of Controller and his report is of value Tim democratic committe met yesterday and decided on a primary for Febv 0 as tho manner and time lor nominating a ticket to bo voted on at the next November election the entries to said primary to close 15 days previous to that date The committee wilt meet again Jan 23 and select election officers Tho various candidates held a meeting before the committee met ant asked for a primary Feby which was granted ITilB Citizens National Bank at Monticello which closed its doors several Weeks ago following which BI shortage of 58000 was discovered will reopen shortly after the first of the year with a capital stock of 25000 This was decided upon at a meeting of the stockholders and directors who also voted a 50 per cent voluntary as lessment to make good the shortage Judge Charles McConnathy the former ashier is now in jail awaiting trial in April next 101 RANCH SOLDJohn W Gates Bnd associates consisting of prominent Eastern capitalists have bought the amoua 101 Ranch in the Osago Na Ion Bliss Okla including the mammoth Wild West show property says a Ispatch Tho company intends to or anizo a circus representing an invest ment of over 2000000 Tho deal cares with It thousands of acres of land near Bliss which will be transferred to the purchasers It is understood that the winter quarters of the show will not ba moved TilE wills Cola PP Hill Mark lardin and Miss Mary Varnon were probated yesterday The firstnamed leaves the Peak farm to his widow dur Ing her life time gives his son Mr Thomas P Hill of Buffalo Wyoming 7000 and tq his sons 3000 more to Ned Smith his grandson 12000 and ami divides the remainder of his estate between his children Mrs Benedict Spalding of Lebanon and Mr W Hili ot this county Mr Mark Hardln lalt all of his property to his wife and ode her executrix Miss Mary E arnon loft her property to the Orphans Homo at Midway PresentJt a discount of 20 per cent on any Cloak Suit Skirt Fur Baby Cloak Childs Cloak This offer is on this seasons very newest and best goods Tho continued warm weather at the beginning of Winter has caused us to make this liberal offer Come let us show you The saving of several dollars is certainly a substantial gift 4 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 Interior Journal PERSONALS tMI8S PonTMANland presents Christmas certificates stretchcrejalso willsell speaks comprehensive county Our for You Does killed three and wounded five sheep for W P Martin of the Turner vllle section SEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More wagsfJOHN P HUDDLE toJames C Coulter a house and lot in Middlebui belonging to the late Isaac Cowan lor 775 THOSE clever turkey buyers Mess Tom Gooch and Tom Beck have our thanks for a big fat turkey which we prize very highly MR GEORGE B COOPER received Sat urday a draft for 2500 amount of In surance carried by the late Mark Ua din in the Citizens Life Insurance Co of Louisville Mr Cooper is agent tor the above splendid insuramce compan THERE will bo a recital in the Graded School chapel next Saturday afternoon at 215 All patrons and friends aro cordially invited to attend The departments of Vocal and Instrument music and Elocution give the recital and a most pleasing program is offered Admission free Attend and note pro gross of special departments Turn entertainment given by the pupils of the Stanford Graded and High School Friday evening was very clevn indeed Each of those who took par did well and the teachers who had trained them have a right to feel that their work has been well spent The weather ali usual did its worst but a goodsized crowd braved the rain and felt repaid for IL The first number on the program was a song by tho tots of the first grade which brought forth much applause What I Mean to Be was told In a very cute way by some 10 girls of the second grade Colonia Photographs by the seventh grade was exceptionally good Miss Josephine Carpenter lectured on the various pictures presented and did it splendidly Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney gave very cleverly the piano number Swal lows4MI81 Jennie Pepples recited Tho Jinera to the delight of all pres ent after which Under the Old Um brella was given by students of the fourth grade Tho sixth grades con tribution was America in pantomime which was very pleasing Miss Fettrc presided at the piano The Boat Song a piano selection was well rendered bj Thomas Coleman The Visitor that Caused Trouble a little farce was given by the third grade pupils and provoked much merriment The fifth grade boys played and sang The Tramps tc perfection Miss Ellen Ballou favored the audience with a piano number which was greatly enjoyed A Study in Nerves was well spoken by Thomas Bright Miss Fettro sang in sweetest cadence The Spring Song which so delighted her hearers that she appeared a second time Misses Ellen Ballou and BertaJean Penny played accompaniment on the piano and violin respectively and did it well The enjoyable program ended with Miss Pennys reading of the Journal which had many takeoffs on the pupils and teachers Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes euro with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 2oc Box Sold by Pennys Drug Stor- eFOR RENT I House and lot 42 acre of lend nt Hui tonvltioSncrtS in Timothy 2 or a acres Rod burn tor tobacco the root to go In corn 1oueiilon Jan EH TATLoanoDzn4x- Route No WlllhbUrK Ky Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder of the First rational Hank ot Stanford will bo held at httlr banking huuiu the ncoint Tuesday In J unwary w fur tlm purpose of ulectlng director fur the miming year Jour JMclloiiKiiTSOMhler Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the itockholders of tilt Lin culll Uuullty Nutlonnl Hank of Htuntord will be at thvlr bunking house tho ncoud 1udny In January ll v for the Ipurpono of looting directors for till ensuing year W M IlKluUTOaihler stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Nil lonul Jiaukof Ilustunvrlluwill lot held at heir banking house In Iluitonyllle the ivo ond Tuesday In January lliW between u and AI for the purpose ot electing three tura to ivrv the ensuing year J W IIdCJfeiiUiiiilf r Christmas Goods and Lots of Then Wo nro headquarters fOr pretty Ribbdns Handkerchiefs traces and Silks Also a new lino of handsome Handbag t Belts Collars nnd Ruching in all colors and added to this we have the latest styles in Back Combs and Barrette and our prices are way down You know wo meet all competition and we want you to call and let us prove our assertion by giving you some good bargain r TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI Who Said Green A young man is never so well dressed as he should be until he has one of the latest styles of our Green Hats Our stock consists of the lovliest styles man ever saw i- nTelescopes Pashas Crush ers Alpines and many other styles too numerous to men tion Prices from SOOTOS55O See our window A fine line of Clothing and Shoes In styles they are right up to now Give us a call and see our line SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYiOVERCOATs1 We are overstocked and are offering tempt ing prices to unload If you have not bought call and look with us We will save you r I money W E Perkins Crab Orchard i The Interior Journal Jn crtdin the PottOffice 11 Stanford at upenddasI matter ttL1 KED TOKflDAXa AND FKXXMtT AT 1100 PER YEAR CASH 4S WWben not 10 paid 1100 will be chased L N TIME TABLE No Mouth II til P No I Mouth llH PM- NoYtNotth4BSA NoaNortUiI8 r JOS S RICE Agent X313 CARTER New Llverv Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my fnrnL day or night or doing injury to itock In traveling the pub Uo Injury to tock from tbo Mods of other This reward refers to past present and future IMiootreraifMO iai reword of to for particulars see me I also offer two special of t00 and fleoeachLOOarpenter j A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Special line of Rugs Druggets and Rock ers for the Holiday TradeG Moreland Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Phone 8S Office 95 Iusure with mo and be fully protected We Buy I FURSHides Wool Feather Tallow Bef wax Clntenc CoWeD Se1Weflow Rood May Apple WiLl Ginger etc WIre dealers esutg ked in IBS6Om Mla century In Lci iflenodcsadobettertayetMa ttattt at toaaamsa merchant Releieace uy Baal to LanniEe Write tat wally NiceIaedtriplingtsp M Sabel 8C lens229 E Market St LOUISVILLE JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Right STAMFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary 1 Undertaker Embalmer and Daaler In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OHM rhone let Home rhonet t FARMERS DEPARTMENT J D Eade bought yesterday a pair of mules for 300 J Shields of Falmouth received 2 000 turkeys Saturday at lie The average yield of an orange tree during its life is about 20000 oranges Several fresh Jersey cows for sale Good ones J U Carnenlscb Stanford The Wornall sale of Shorthorns at Kansas City Mo brought an average of SALEFinely bred Plymouth Rock cockerels Mrs R H Crow R P D No2 box 28 S H Helm sold to 0 A Bishop a maro by Dignity Dare and out of a mare by Golddust for 200 FOR RENTThe 0 J Crow farm at Turnersville of 160 acres for the year 1909 Apply to J F Gover Turners ville 2L Geese are long lived some having been known to attain to the ago of 30 or 40 years while birds over 10 years are not rare at all A black Berkshire sow weighing about 160 pounds left my place two weeks ago Reward for her return R C Nunnelley Turnersville Ky Shredded fodder is said to cause spontaneous combustion in barns and tho loss of aibarn and contents valued at 10000 near Rushville is attributed to that cause ESTRAY CowRed white spot in forehead dehorned came to my place at Kingsville last day of October Owner can get same by paying for this notice and her keep Thos Houp Kingsville Hughes 8 Swinebroad the Lancaster real estate men sold for G A Swine broad the Goodloe farm on the Rich mond pike near Lancaster to Benja min Ham for 14000 It consists of 163 acres is well improved and the location is very desirable Mrs J Marsh Coffey of Perryville sold her magnificent farm on the Perry ville pike to J II Minor for 12500 The farm is one of the most handsomely improved in the West end of the county It Is known as the Crawford place and lies within the northern limits of Perryville Advocate STANFORD COURT There was a large crowd in town yesterday and business generally was pretty brisk There were 350 cattle at I M Bruces pens and all were sold Choice cattle were in demand but only smaller cattle were on hand Feeders bought from 2 to 4c butcher stuff 3c cows 3c short yearlings Sic The Christmas Call I De bells ring in do steeple You hears de Chrismus call Mawnin ter you people Chrismus people alii Ill flho be in de way dar Wen de Chrismus blessins fall II Wen de Chrismus people comin Ter ever town an place Pears lak de worl look brighter Fer des de Chrismus face An a fire fer ter warm it An a heart fer satin grace I Atlanta Constitution tPerhaps sweeping investi gation ever made of the condition of the county offices of Kentucky is to bo made by expert accountants under the supervision of Auditor Frank P James He announces that he is making ar rangement for such an investigation He says that he has reports from some of the counties that will open the eyes of the people He intends to go to the bottom of conditions in the State and will put a trained force to work prob- Ing The Auditor will not make pub lie as yetthe nature of the information which he has received but it is under stood to show up some of the county officials at different points in every un favorable light Marked For Death Three years ago I was marked for death A graveyanl cough wastoarlng my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help meand hope had lied when my husband got Dr Kings New Dlscov cry says Mrs A C Williams of I3ac KyliThe first dose helped me and provemont kept on until I had gained 63 pounds in weight and myhealth was fully restored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lungnndthroatdlseases It prevents pnemonia Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c and SI Trial bottle free I wish I knew said Cholly Sap winningMissWell replied Miss Peppery from a remark of hers I think youre he choice Awl really What did she say She said nobody was good enough to be her husband Dont drug the Stomach or stlmu late the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It Is the weak nerves that ar crying rut for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves wit Dr Shoop Restorative and see hot quickly good health will come to yo again Test it and see Sold by Pen nys Drug Store IICORSICAI would write you a letter giving you a description of our country out here I landed in South Dakota the 11th day of September and a moro beautiful fall I havo never seen Really aro having fall weather yet There has been only a little snow The cattle and horses live right on tho open prairie all winter The grass instead of dying cures right on the ground and stock will fatten on the prairie The winters are usually mild Of course there are exceptionsp but so far this winter has This is a lovel country You can seo for miles and plainly see towns tho same as though you were close to them There is a large artificial lake fed by four artesian wells Those wells were put down by the Government at a cost of 10000 The lake is 15 miles long and about two miles wide in some places It is abundantly supplied with bull head and bass fish The banks of Is the lake are dotted with elegant boathouses anda nice little town on thet east side of about 800 inhabitants It is quite a pleasure resort There aro two steam launches on the lake My sons farm is about 10 miles from the lake but on a clear day the lake Is plain ly to bo seen and seems to be only a a couple of miles away I think this is the country for a poor man who is able and willing to work Corn yields from 25 to 40 bushels per acre The price is SOc a bushel Wheat yields about 15 to 20 bushels per acre price 9Sc per bush el Flax 10 to 12 bushels per acre price 107 Tell Mr Bill Land to give you the Rowland newt Respectfully THOMAS SMITH Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that may develop Into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar as It soothes Inflamed membranes heals the lungs and ex pels the cold from the system New Stanford Drug Co Albert Clay Pemberton an optician of New Albany and a patient at the Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital com mitted suicide by firing a bullet into his brain A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Cough Remedy No oplumno chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation for external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys tbe germs that cause skis diseases Eczema quickly and tt permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Sto- reNOTICE I will dress hides for robes with hair on and will tan hldea for leather on shares Will market Irleo lor hides Jhnr leI Enssllnbttenholm Ky Write ItF U Wnynesburg No- lItching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Control Kentucky Real Estate EXchange TITLE cOt No leaacres on the Wnynesburg pike near Highland Groom house barn and otli outbuildings nice orchard This proper wellgNay1eJacres t uUlee Mouth of Crab Or clinrdou the Hlnte roud has u two tor rbouse good well wateracres oftalilanded bou U bottom land and produces fine crops A bargain nt pJitl j6 cast balance In one and two your WnyIbulldtnus plenty of water Utiili price U No tlalacres near Level Green Hock castle hunt has n now r story Ermanhoneswould cost to build now 2000 good barn crib So located near church and school This Is a nice homo uud can he bought for SlO per acre jS cash reo flnladerlnltmonths Nol WJ acres adjoining the above farms IOOacr91InCulth010n1welllllgoftrooJIIIgood chard One of the springs In coun ty Price tVJOO half nod years andiLber Good white oak hickory anti some tin cedar line 2story log huse and good orch ard well watered Hash price houserbarn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school church and H H station Price pSUO cash balance In one anti two years Notl514 acres nenrOonway Ky nearly all of this farm Is bottom land Ono for corn ooddwelllnphousenebarn w a miles from licrca Uollvge Cash price 13 ono No9Claeree on Drakes Creek a mile- e from Grab Orchard This farm adjoins th pike and Is a part of the Ooo Evans farm This Is line land and In good condition all aht No Io7tl acres near Stanford Ky bulldlngactcIFor full particulars In regard to all tbe above farms seo or write Hughes or James White Blaufonl Ky WLMCARTY a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun- T subject to the notion ot the deniooratto IMSBAUGHMA county snliJecl to the action democratic patsy JOHN J MOSER II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the Deniocratlo party M BRUCE is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count to the action of too Democratic arty JAMES C HAY Is R candidate for Jailer of Lincoln object to the action of the Democratic par yjDINK FARMER- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina Don for Jailor ot Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the democratic party WSLLIAM j DUNCAN a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to thonctlon of the Democratic par D C ALLEN is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn ly subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun tysubject to the action of tbe democratic party J A DUDDERAR Is a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Coat ty subject to the action of the democratic ratty W D WALLIN- Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of too democratic party 3 MOWENS Is a candidate for Assessor of Llncolncoun tysubKOt to the action of the Democratic party W S BURCH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lln cola county subject to the of tbe Democratic party M F NORTH Is a candidate for fiounty Attorney of Lin role county mbfect to the actlonlof the Democratic party T J HILL Jit Is a candidate for County Attorney of IJn coin county mbjwi to the aatlon of the Democratic party SJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii a candidate for circuit Judge of this the lath district ubJeet to Cite action the democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer county Is n candidate for Com monwealth of this the lath Ju dicial dlitrlet subject to the nation of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLE8 Is a eandldato for AMWiorof Uneolneoun ty subject to the notion of the Uamwrnlle party W W WHITE Is n onndldnto for A w the onn ty subject to the notion of Democratic party JAMES P BAILEY Is n candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to the action of the Dumooratlc party W H SHANKS Is a candidate for renomlnatlon for lUprv entntlvoof Lincoln county subject to the action of the IKinoomtic party THOMAS W GOOCH countsubjectparty GARLAND SINGLETON Is IdionudldateforHuperliitendtmt Iulillo Holiools of Lincoln county to tile action of the IHmoerntlo party JAMES F HOLDAM Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party J D SWOPE Is n candidate for circuit dork of Lincoln county subject to the net Ion of the Demo cratic party MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 80 K A AM will meet In stated comtnunlentlonuneuch first and third Monday nights of men month nt oclock In their hull on Main street Htim ford Member of slitor lodllIr tot PennyjPOSTED below striot- lforbltlhuuUnglUhingorangkind of eras pasting on our places vi olators to tau full extent of the law Mr Walter Warren Mrs braille White P Oiirter lien I1 Martin M F Lawrence Tlnnley Hpoonamore JH pocket J DL Iattus- T A ltlce Joninh Ilallou J L HolUclnw U W Huty airs JF Pulllani 1t1lulllalll Mester Paxton Mrs It L Williams JaoteNCash J Nevln Carter 11111 Lytle Mrs Jas lUilnes UUnninlscli lrJOORrpentor- Thomas Kurrlll JHClrimn David Hurton A Thompson MO KlohnrtUon J AL Ware Ilewvs Uelchenbnch Hros TrayloreWill Hester U U Nunnellcy j W llnuRhmnn J W Peck J ERruca David Htevens JohnOumenlsch WmOordler Dun M D FI more OotlliiOllck Fred Handorf j J Thomploll H lit Anderson J K Moser blrandDrsJa1JFndA KllMisu Sirs N J Horton JJ Elliott Mrs Oeo Ix uan W It Daugherty Frank Cordlar Rev Father Leo Dr o a Perry II W olllneH U Ilkugliman It A D Hoot GnndoreHam Hobvrts x John Jufur Amnd forit Matheny JHofmunn JBOw1aynHT Harrli R0 Watkins jOllundley H1IOrow Mrs Nitnnlo Good O K McOlure Anton ItoncckerYneersOltOanrar Tooth Brushes If you want a Tooth Brush that will giveperfect satisfaction try one of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes We have all 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