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NEWS NOTES. a t It Rome, Ga., sulTcreil n $100,000 fire. Thu First Methodist church building Tha State prohibition law In Missis nt a The Nation's forests this year supi In Lexington has been completed etppl went Into effect yesterday, dead. Fivo robbers dynamited tho bink nt'coit of $27,000. It will ha dedicated plied 4,000,000 Christmas trees. Miss Julia Shadoan, daughter of Sen5, I Jan 10. Onus Sprockets, tho sugar king of Wcllston, Okln., nnd escaped with Itev. John O'Connor, n Catholic priest the Pacific coast, is dead at San Fran- ator Shadoan, h dead Somerset, 000. aged 17. In n fit of Insanity Arthur Trotter of New York Cify, died nt Gethsemano cisco. Calvin Henslcy, of Eait Rprnstadt, Oscar Gardiner, aged 15, was accikilled his aged mother In New York MonaHtary. Ho had been In jioor health dentally shot nnd killed whilo hunting was Killed by an h. & N. pissengcr for somo titno. City. train at Middlesboro. It Is likely that Charles 1. Taft will Tlm collection platen sent to tho Pres- in Fayette. Mrs. Emma Gregory, formerly of withdraw from tho Senatorial race in byterian church heru by II. C. Read, of Sheridon Hirnei accidentally killed Fort Smith. Ark , were paoscntcd to hli brother, Gaines Rarnci, while hunt- Garrard, died at Winchester, to which Ohio. placo she had recently moved. Jessk Ends and Artlo Ilailcy aro on the congregation 'R,t Sunday by tho ing In Hardin county. ir Lnwrcnco county, Ind., considered In a pistol fight at Viva, Laurel counTho trial for Indulging In n Chrlstmai (hoot- pastor. Rev J It. Crawford. ing with Frank Robinson nt May wood. plate uro mads of Ollvu wood nnd wrro doubtful, went dry by 1,500, putting 17 ty, n man named Chadwick was shot and badly wounded by George Mullins. purchased by Mr Read In Palostino saloons out of business. Kormnr Stato Treasurer wiliinm I Four persons were found dead in n ShcrilT Dnn II. Williams, of Knox Mnthtirft died suddenly nt his home nl Mhilo on n visit to that country. - Adair Mcdfn, Pa. Ho was onn oi inn eenini residence nt Chicago, having been as- county, wns cxhonorated by tho Knox LOIllllll flirilr.iia in tlin IVlinnVlVUmil county grnnd jury of tho killing of The fourth week of tho revival start- phyxiated by escaping gas. graft trials and bad been convicted. Gov. Patterson, of Tenncisce, extend Stevo Owens. Souls are ed out with lino prospects Mm. Matt Dowd, of Louisville, nnd Tho cleverest Imitation of real ColTeo beinir, saved, altars are being erected, ed Christmas clemency to 2.i convicts. ever yet made U Dr. Shoop's Health many men and women aro thinking se- Gov Comer, of Alabama, pinioned 13. her brother, William Jones, of SomerIs riously nnd It teems that tho revival ii The dates for tho national encamp- set, each died suddenly nt exactly tho 4 Coffee. It Is fir.o In flavor-a- mi made In JuM one minute. No tedious real nnd ccnuino. Revs. Guico nnd ment, Grand Army of the Republic, at same hour Tuesday. John C. Rurke, aged G7, was found in 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from Harbin rcfuso to lower the standard. Salt Lake City, will bo from August 0 his place of business nt Hradfordiville They bring salvation on no easy terms; to 13. pure parched grain, malt, nuts, Despondent because ho had no money with the top of his head blown off He Sample free. Sold by Tenny's Uruir they do not depend on excitement or They preach with which to buy his wife a Christmas Is supposed to have shot himself. clap trap manipulation. Store. Mat Young, who lives with his mothand sing the plain old gospel with won- present, Thomas Hamline, a Denver er on a farm in Jessnmine county, derful power. They aro Intensely in plumber, killed himself. I Judge Hart, nt Nnshvllle, refused demented nnd ran his family earnest and men of great ability nnd m They nro doing great bail to Col. Cooper, Robin Cooper and nway from home. He then shot his I will llnt publics nuctlou nl tho old I'. strong faith K. 1'nrrlili plBi-- on good In our town and tho pastors de- John D. Sharp, charged with tho mur- uncle. Deputy Jailer Logan Young, TIIWI)AY.JAS..tW. probably fatally wounding him. Some serve no small share of credit for their der of Senator Carmack. nml muli. to-lioliortri ThofolloviliiKt Monwiiiioii. Iur7 no' Imrni'", iiitlkrim. earnest and faithful John Stormer, a Johnstown, P.i., of the shot struck Deputy Sheriff Geo. corn, lotol 74 nl uti'l tuhlrr. Iiimi.WioI.1 known alichuii furniture, day morning there were no services, man, shot his wife, her brother und Holloway. o"'1?,?.' "J'iViM W. Trrm Hindu but Monday night there was a good au- wife, Williarn Kurtz and wife nnd then The January term of tho Roylo cir J, I ivUri l,rrnclu'rvHI, Ky. dience, a strong sermon and several blew out his own brains. cuit court will convene next Monday. All of the prisoners serving sentences There will be three or four murder Tuesday night was the most I saved, nt trials this year the greatest number solemn service ever witnessed in Stan- in tho city jail for misdemeanor. Lincoln IMrcull Ooiirt. ford und tho most tcrrilic sermon ever Alexandria, La , were given Christmas in many years. Prof. J. W. Rawlings W. tjtiitmm, preached in Kentucky. Wednesday gifts in the shapes of full pnrduns. has appointed Dr. O. B. Falli. a memH.T llnrrl. rinlntltT. Drfrndant. Notlcwot Main. night showed tho greatest results of Three men wero killed and one seri- ber of the county board of examiners At UlrrclMl T n judgment IIrywl.rwl t lUn.lll t III tiOYIi.tv Ifl anv servico yet. Watch night was ously injured in a head-ocollision be- for Boyle county to fill tho vacancy II.. Vn.aml.tr r court ami notion, II." miUriml night with several leaders, tween two freight trains on tho Big caused by the death of Prof. W. C. MON PAY J AS. IITII. WW nl Thursday will on Muni r. Hi. m 'rout of tb court-bouGrinstead. will close this rcmakable Four railroad near Kingstown, Ind. Advocate. and iloor In Hlnnlord. Kmtuckjr.uITji- forwilo nt bidder Ex. After repeated notice? served ujin nubile outcry to Hie lilcliMt amiold. one. nil meeting. jeara twuiiiaraiiiiilvs.nl-iui- s CRAB ORCHARD. him not to sell cotton beta A' 10 cent, Iron gr-- r, tlm oilier h olwaiiiui. " ",Jr. .' ,".'.n' McKINNEY. Tlin object of tin- - Minn l night riders destroyed the barn of W. lortliK Candidates are plentiful. aaliittUiMlf-iiiUtin". ii.lumiit &intereal Jlieri on oui i.f J.JI. Willi iwr t Rev. Geo. D. Verco has been called Uen Coleman, of Indiana, who is gen- A. Ruck in Pottwatomie county, Okla. aiibjeet to b enilll l IJ. Irom Jail. It. i Hy burning his feet with lighted by iy 79 ni olilnlKMurcli lutli.lwnBtiilllie the Christian church fo,r the third eral manager of tho Royal Wheel Co., ivn, mid ol nTaof ilnto July masked robbers compelled year and will fill his pulpit Sunday. was hero a few days to seo his son, R. matches two UiTo.Hor IhlifK-tloii- . ! I1Hi cil H. A. Schabow, of Curtis, 0., tu open rrcllt "n ThKMrW Tha Tho Indies of the Christian church urlty for II. Colemun. tare- - month. IW.nd Willi kuo.1 mtiNiiiiiiih-lonVthe tmrruAt.' urtct phjhIiIh to Hi Arthur Hill and wife took No. C from tho safe in his farmhouse and turn over will give a candy pulling Friday evenat IS0. cnt InRrl from ing, Jan. 1st, in Cover's vacant store of Mile will I rwiulpil of the .urchn- - this place to npond the holidays with Nino men were kilted and several oth- room. Everybody cordially invited. "r M. S. hii wife's parents at Somerset. It. I'AXTON.x.c I.C O. J. Mrs. James A. Carter has returned Uuughmun made our villago a flying ers wero injured in a collision between Mill And Dwelling For visit this week. Ho seems to bo very a freight trnin and a work train on the to her home in Lebanon Junction after Valuabli much encouraged over his prospect of Great Northern railway near Great a pleasant visit to the homefolks. Mrs. Falls, Mont. . Dan McCellum and littlo daughter, of being tho next sheriff. Twelve men aro knowVi to bo dead Junction City, have been with InntHiltiirv tofcUlinriit of tlm Mnciiln I am truly glad that tho holidays are her sis at tlin l'Cnl t'lrciiltlourt, of U..M.I.Iin' over for I judge that something like 10 and probably 25 more were entombed ter at the King Hotel. ttirin. If". In heir, ncntii.t I). M. I.tp wtiiilnUliiiior, gallons of twozo were unloaded at this as tho result of an explosion which oc The school entertainment was a great will at tlieuiiili-rilaii- l roniiiiU.loni-about 2 n.onflliXliAY.JAN. ti. llv. la depot and old and joung Imbibed too curred in tho Lick Hranch colliery near success. All un their parts so well it tht mill to Imi Mild Inoutcry lluittilli. freely. It looks to me hko there should Hluefield, W. Va. rrontnf would bo hard to say who did best. tu this Kr offer for Mln at puille Assistant State Mine Inspector Ed- Miss Georgia Lewis Is thinking of givliluhfit and Ul Milder I he following Kjroi-urt- bo somu legislation to prohibit tho g i Ulnfolii roiinty. In Hudonrllle. ward Flynn estimates tint the Alabama ing an entertainment for benefit of the rir'T. A lot ol tlireonerv. roiltalolnit a of whisky to bos 10 or 15 years twot.vry. framo,awllliiithoun ul H rooin, coal production in IDiKS will show n fall Christian church some time In the near Siiorchei.thalla and oolinr; n well, rturn old. ing oir of 2,000,000 tons, as compared future. Here's hoping she will for and uitlulldliiK. IncmdlUK n she II. W. Rico, of Danville, is here with luru.orlti, uiokB.hoUM, hn liuuw.i tc, all of miHluru iletlicn na in ecnuiu re uur. hid brother, Vic Rice, consoling him in with thu production last year. certainly understands the art. Uiundiil on tho North and Sv.l TbU lot li A petition was sent by tho represenMr. nnd Mrs. Livingston Andrews, of Iit the land of rtah Iluimton the Kiud by theubiienco of his wife, who Is viiiling tlinlmiiU ol John liliiwlddleund Mra. llrcnt at Uanvillo. Hob Cowan, of Somerset, tatives of 20,000 union workmen in Covington, are spending the holidays liymaln lrn.t. llarnrtt. andV im tho Hoiithmill and elrvntor, Wilkcs-RarrPa., nnd vicinity, to with her mother, Mrs. O. P, King. (Mm-grheiximi. G. T. Ashlock his livery wiuhMX-with tlm mint modern mm hliii'O, hai rented of Ho President Roosevelt, nsking him to par Miss Annie Brouaugh has completed lnvxt'Cllent rriHilrnn.1 ninnliu onler, with stable and will take charge a capacity of lutriela. thu output of which livery. don Gompers, Mitchell und Morrison. her business course at Lexington and is vo,iinlilniimllty and reputation itinloliiny will put in n new und Judgo Adams discharged the jury in home for tho holidays. Henry Wells mill In tlm State. Tlm location l etetdloul Hob is n hustler In tho livery business. IkjiIi forthonurchaieofuruliiaiidiimtrket tho Reach Hargii case after they hud has rented his farm und will move to It. II. Coleman ha about completed .'for the iulll' ninnurru'liire. deliberated 24 hours in un endeavor to town. Wnllaco L. Cover will return to " Thu mill lot ! ixiumei on inu his spoke factory and will begin operaliy the land of A. the multl utiret.-oM. rrye:on ttniHouth ty tho Admin lnnUi tions in nbout three weeks. Mr. Cole- reach n verdict. The jury stood nino his school in Lexington in a few days. uud onthe Wut liy thttlnnd of John The term of the Graded School just The man is in every way worthy and it is to for uctiuittal and three for conviction. coiitklmntiout two Arthur S. ChenVy, American consul closed has been the most successful in leraxolnit helng tuuiamo irowrty iliicrllxnl bo hoped that his enterprise will bo a In thajiidiiiiient Messina, nnd his, vfife, nro supposed the history of the school. School will for n Thvohject of thoinld tlleinnt He will put a reservoir on top at ottlincttiituot 1). M. I.liand dIMtloii of success. to have been killed by tho earthquake, open again Jan. 4th, and it Is hoped tti aurpiui Hinoim. hla lielra of K. L. Tanner's hill, which will ba of according on to advices received by the Tkhm. Tliotalet will lw made willncri-dl- t Ihi Tha iurchueri oftlx moDtht bond with liiKkl security re. especial advantage in CU90 of lire. He Stato department from Vico Consul every pupil will be present. Pupils for will 11I90 put in it dynamo nnd make his to give outside the district will booccommodat' iiulnil I tha purchu price. IxarliiK S ier rent, ui i Stuart Lupton. ed. A special class for those wishing own lights nod otherwise help tho town. from the iliilo o( tale until paid, James Lcary, a brnkemaa, shot and to prepare for teaching will be conduct aula to the HoiiiliilMloner, ha Ins tha lorce Mud. mill elteet of it )udxineiit, mid nlo mrurud killed his sister, Mrs. Lida Dctton, at ed. Patrons are invited to tho opening told. hy lien on the proH-rtItUKUrt A. Iill'rs.HpeohilUommlulouer. u family reunion nt his father's home of the school. POLITICAL. in Grant county. After emptying his John A. Stevens, formerly chief en- revolver into the body of the woman he Marked For Death. gineer of tho Panama Canal, says there committed suicide. Lincoln I'lrvulv Court "Three years ngo I was marked for liroodlng over the fancied disgraco to death A grave-yar- d AiinnNnplurandetc.. l'lnlntllT n.llcnly is no justification for tho sensational cough was teurlng Naplur uud etc.. Dvlvnilauti. Notice of reports attacking tho design of tho his furnily because his father had been my lungs to pieces. Doctors failed to tale. whipped by night riders, Roy Rogers. help me, and hopo had Hod, when my I'ertuatit to n Judgment of the Lincoln Gatun dam. Circuit Court 111 the utoo t)led action, Representative Henry D. Clayton, in tho son of Presley Rogers, husband got Dr King's New Discov rviidurvtlnt thu Nimunlier term, IMM. the F uudrrtlgnoJ .Matter Coniinluloner will on an Interview, declared that tho Demo Christian county planter, ery, "sajs Mrs. A C. WHllnmSkOflJac, the JAN. 1ITI1, ' MONDAY, und x o'clock I:l.'U, Inbetween the crats of the lower houso should draft a a prominent suicide. u committed front of Ky. ' 'Tho first dose helped mo and 1m ,' hourxil 1 i" lu thu town of Htanford, complete tariff bill and mako a light Willis E. Smith, tho missing student, prorement kept on until I had gained ' Ky, kvll at public, outcry to the hlgheil and for its passage. '. ln'tt bidder, thu (ollonlnuilcicrlbed rial who disappeared from State University 53 pounds In weight nnd my health was Ky. No, I, 'tulelil LincolnofUoiility, Crtek TractLincoln In Ucdar of Kentucky, Lexington, September 22, fully j oaths This medicine holds v County, Ky., beginning at h atouu lu tha Medicine That is Medicine. last, turned up at tho homo of relatives tho world's hoallng record for coughs "KoutU dga oMna county road, cu tier to "IhuAOHitlTcrcd a gooddoal with mil at Owcnsboru. Smith tells a tutu , Thoi, llruiit, Iteuce with thu county roml that and colds and lung and throat dUoabes pole, ";iN at WO pule, thence N a4 W II coicplalnU, but I would put to blujti a yellow-bacnnd n aiuouoiiiorin novel It prevents pncmouln. Sold under tnejicif'Ti 17 jiioie io uno n u w vi iaria now stomach remedy havo found 11 froail, iimnciiiiiivwthat keeps production of his adventures since his guaranleo nt Penny's Drug Store. 60c k I., it .Intiir lit It lie of Dve. thence H HI M ETZkliti to u ilaJLu. crtrnei to Thoi. Ilri'lil'i mo well, and that remedy Is Klectrlo disappearance from Lexington. und 81. Trial bottlo free. one anra lot. tbflicu wltbMimu N II K 1! unlet Hitters: a mediuluo thuttsmedlulno tor corner lo muc. ud ;u llnk to a take, so 1Z poic alio llllKa ill II BlllKe stomach and liver troubles, und for run A little brook, This Is Worth Reading ttMHIlli r. u xiu SOI llrtuujinence mi una . A littlo boy, and roiitalulnu 17 dmvncondlttons'sayg W. C. Klestlor, in the Leo F. .ellnski, of OS Gibson St., nl land, und lielui: the fame lauduwii. of ITulliduy, Ark. Klectrlo Hilton. puri A little skate, Huilulo, N. Y., suys; I cured tho iiv u,ii Naulcrilurlnil hl lllutline. No.t, coiwlillng of 41 acre I rwli fy und enrich tho blond, tone up., tho most annoying cold sore I ever hud. A little joy; VOUUI3, M 0 IHlte OI KllOO lllllU 111 A littlo hole, y,,ad boundeilthut.lK'glunluit nt a white nerves, und Impart vigor nnd energy with HuuKlen's Arnica Salvo. I apItC ,iul guill. corner to iiie r.iiaii amu ui a Your money will bo re plied this salve onco a day for two A littlo splash ' pathmII on weai hiuo uin oranco. luuncun to tho wuuk. falls Oh, littlo boys, to belli you. Mo u days, whon evory trace of tl.o sore was boom vt iwu iHipiara uu inu mp oi funded If It H Ml LiVihurWiul.lalii i'n wun 1 till Don't bo so rash. afiuii gone." Heals all sores. Sold undor f ..!.. J laalMjikatoabankhallwuydowii Penny's Drug Store. 7 ...i.4rJ..i,,rt- tiilirwMehe.tnut oakaat uluu of guarauteo at Penny's Drug Store. 2oc. . .i... Foley's Orlno Laxative cures chronic "Ma'am, here's a man at the door 2iitw polea tu II W 'miiitlaiiuth. theiicu N Iniah, constipation and stimulates the liver. rhcatuut and with a parcel for you." ! atake whf aarli Ono man was instantly killed and VOae1- oaKMial f ,. ....I B& A.ta ..... allll "What is it, UridgetT" luillltlll. i.r dangerously injured when tho Orlno regulates! the bowels so they W,. IV.lMia Geo. fijreuouia, luvucu Ilia line ri 1 v "It's a lUh, ma'am, and ita marked day coach and two Pullmans of an L. & will act nuturully and you do not have roau, white V wlulwhiiiido n oaka at iittiu iu u CO D." ?t " m "lea lti N. Cincinnati psssenger train jumped to take purgattvos continuously. New ItBlmPrfO leeluia nmwunxui vuga "Then make the man take it straight tho track and u handcar on Stanford Drug Co, ifHMiirkeu a poimer. iiuuce up (KXf W Ulioica 1 iiuna 10H wauW back to the dealer. I ordered trout." a siding at Sulphur. 1 liaflKa ofalraiicb,thuiioo Abraham Ruef, former political boss Uultimoro American. o MHtieglunlug creillt uf six of San Francisco, was sentenced to 14 tu made oil Guilty Of Counterfeiting. ndlBi uurahaaur will lie required years in the State penitentiary at San tne I'reventlcs thoo Candy Cold Cure a BBHd with BDnrovtHl neraoual Passing counterfeit mouey Is no fortwpureaaae price, tuiyaoiu to Tablets will safely and quickly check worse than substituting sumo unknown Quentin prison. mid bearing iitureat at lliof U iwr cent, per uniiuui from oull colds oud the Grip. Trythem worthless remedy for Foley's Honey l'ulns of women, head pains, or auy ,1. Tooaharoa of tha Infant Uua once and. see V Sold by Penny s and Tur, tho great cough and cold palu stopped In 20 minutes sure, with ikl. tml will renialu lalllBStb lio lap until tlw aieoutlon of thu Drug Store. See remody that cures the most obstinate Dr. Shoop's Pluk Pain Tablets. a uirvdir MkR m or u cutii OlWKMN RBOTfl KtvailtilHU Hill Cspt. Itf, B. Pilcher; one of tho most coughs and heaU the lungs. New full formula ou 23o. Hox, Sold by "pdri:.VAXTo;j..0.i..o.c. Peony's Drug Store promoMt cltiietM of NMhvilb, h dMd. Stanford Drug Co. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Dennh Shcchan, road mistnr of tho Lexington division of tho Q. & C, is : , 1' 'at NtrV! NEW! T . t : A New PUBLIC SALE be-ca- their patronage. Year has begun. house is full of New Goods and we appreciate new trade and heartily thank our old customers for rr 6W ri We Try' to Give You Value Received. ' Call and See Us. ' l"... Commissioner's Sale '!. IohimiIi-alom-- 'rOH.' . 'iu;t n ln-- Cummins Sc Wearen, nt i -- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. lnrl.i-ercrxl- lt t lt. r r, lli-d- Salt! tli-r.- un It-oi- rlc r y shi-pm- a aluminum I 1 TO OUR FRIENDS: For the favors you have extended, we desire to thank you and express our wish for a cordial business rela tion during the year 1909. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. oooasaaa 1 Ut e, y. jil in-r- Commissioner's Sale! i H. HICG1NS, lllMFmn.B.J Stanford, Kentucky. hull court-houtado- Special Prices ov- Queensware. Lamps, . Bric-a-Bra- k - c, Silverware, Carving Sets, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Candies and Nuts. : I.IIIL-UII-I afm, - '- 11 . BWMi ..-........ .- GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. If you side-swipe- d ji iuliur. want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Purest Drugs, Call on me. fill- HH-25- ' W. B. mRobertsW'ZS "j- - h. "sv ,t'i i . The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON A Washington newspaper corrcspon dent in summing up the situation says: Kentucky, tho second largest distilling State In the Union, with 119 counties, has not four which aro practically all "wet." Virginia presents a string of victories for tho clement, as prohibition now exists in 80 out of the tho Stato's hundred counties. In Tex ai, where more than half tho counties have accepted prohibition, tho voters soon will bo called upon to voto upon a anti-saloo- n MATRIMONIAL. A Virginia man has married his Jimu MrftniTnv nnrl Miss. Dora Watta were married at Highland last wceK. W. W. Hollev and Miss HalcyJames, both of Rowland, were made one last constitutional amendment for prohibigf its tion. In Arkansas area, or 75 counties, aro "dry" and tho prohibition will question of State-wld- o be presented to tho voters for decision. Florida is partly "dry" through local option, and like somo of tho other States the sale of liquor is principally confined to the cities. The results of prohibition generally are gleaned from reports indicating n great decrcaso in tho record of arrests for drunkenness, an increase in the bank deposits of laborers, fewer cases of wifo abandonment and a decrease in criminality generally. The difficulty in enforcing the two-thir- prohibition laws, however, is conceded to bo one of the chief obstacles to its absolute success in many States, and this phase of the question, together with a falling off in revenues, is to some extent baffling to the authorities. The situation at Stearns, Whitley county, is greatly improved but a company of boldiera is yet there. Berry Simpson, who led the miners in their resistance that cost tho life of Deputy U. S. Marshal John Mullins, of Rockcastle, and a miner named Ross, who hailed from Casey county, is still at large but he. 'phoned Gov. Willson that he would surrender on certain conditions, which were not accepted. The Stearns Company wants pay for their hotel, which was set on fire by the marshals in their effort to arrest the gang and thinks the government should remunerate. They claim their loss is The trouble arose over the men ignoring an injunction granted by Judge Cochran, of the Federal court, prohibiting union miners from interfering with those miners who did not desire to join the union and kept at work. Six of the crowd was arrested. week. Uascy (JfCWS, Ogea 111, nnu miss run- nlo Wilcher, 15, wens married at Sloto Povlnn'n on the 28th. Kev. Harry II. Goodwin, ot rontiai., 111., aged 51, ran away with and mar girl. ricd a A. G. Dunlnp, of Russell county, nnu Miss Emma Routon, of this county, wero joined heart and hand on tho 27th. County Judge Stephens decided nt Covington that n couplo cannot get married in another State on n license ( I issued in Kentucky. At Washington, Pa., a widower nnd his two sons were married to n widow and her two daughters. Ono ceremony tied up tho wholo gang. Miss Mvrtle Hendrcn and Leslio 11. Shipp eloped from Lebanon to Louls-vill- o and wero married. She is a daugh-- 1 ter of John Hendrcn, who used to live hero. Earl Withers, of the Gilberts Creek section, and Miss Nancy Raney, of this place, drove to Lancaster Tuesday and wero married by Rev. F. M. Tinder. They were accompanied by Luther Tudor and Miss Maggie Huffman. Tho groom is an industrious, energetic young farmer, while his bride is an exceeding-- 1 ly pretty and popular lady. For some time she has been connected with Severance & Son's store and was one of its most popular and efficient salesladies. ; Mr. Withers and his bonnie brido will make their home with her father, Mr. John Raney, on Danville Avenue, where the best wishes of many friends will be leoreg W Trusty 1 ncres Vniiglillol Hnnuiel WHkrrton lot P I Ailnin II ncres Tho undersigned Auditor's Agent In mid Henry Iiirft ncrfa., for Lincoln county. Kjr.. pursuant to ill- rK Martin a ncres tlonnfrom tho Auditor of heHtnto ot Ken William Mnson ncres tucky.win on Jnsper Incro MONDAY, JAN. w,m, John Martin W ncres T II McOormncka ncres 0!i,,ntt,;VHOtfo?ti.Pk?:: Henry IteynoldsB acres Priniith town lot i!2SinriS;f SSSTn'ViK'wA-.rt(' A Ko I2S ncres WmtlooelilM acres mentioned. Tim title to miii innu; unTing Thos Iluncnn fiacres nested initio roniinonwoniin ni ieniucs;y n,..rHeotiomiMoftiio Kentucky mntutes, W( Preston ncres Colored , having heretofore been sold by theHherllTof . t.ir,,riieniinivfirtnicsdtie.snldHtnt(nnd Jon Adams IX ncretl ruunty,nnd hid mfnr the Htntoof Kentucky , Caroline Alcorn Heirs S acres nnil th county of Lincoln, nnd not being re Kvn llrlght J ncres deemed wiininiiine presenneo ny inw. All- -' i John llrown I ncrn the Audita the Undent reetlons-oliiicosl'lojil acre (ruin! John Hooch Heirs III acres dltor's Agent Isnuthnrlted to receive Dnvtd the former owner, or iwrsons now claiming Com (loocli lucres wiHI limit by purc'into or other I v. Ilm (i.cnr McKluney lot ninount of bnck taxes, costs, pcimltles.cto.nt WIIHIwensincres liny limn neiori'inosiiie, lnwnicnmciiisaiti t'lny Wllkrrson I aero sold property will not le Tho Htult h I aero II V PUBLIC SALE Milton ncynoMaftViicret Hero ltnell 10 ncres MS Io USEFUL PRESENTS FOR NEW YEAR, going to buy Cieuts' Fuininhing Gootln, why not buy Something Pretty, Something Good, nt tho sumo time Something Useful. You are 1 with them. $6,-00- 0. Anothek year has rolled around and we now write it 1909. God grant tho new year may treat us all as well as the old one did and that wo may have even mor to be thankful for Janurary 1, 1910, than we have today. The In terior Journal has had a reasonably good business during 1903 and we take this occasion to thank the best constit uency under high heaven for it. Wo pledge our best efforts for the future find promise that our columns will be as full of the latest local and general news U3 it is possible for us to make them Thanking our patrons and friends for the good things we have received at their hands, we wish them all a pros perous. happy year and the best of all that's going. 1 pretty j A was celebrated at Hebron church at 2 P. M., Dec. 24. when J. S. Holtzclaw. and Miss Fane' Noland were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. F. D. Palmeter officiating. The bride, who is a pretty brui.ette, was becomingly attired in a suit of blue cloth with hat to match, and carried a bouquet of holly and misuuiut;. xiiciuuin uu cii.ciii.), wk church passed down the left aisle, preceded by his sister, Miss Bessio Holtzclaw, and cousin Miss Zella Holtzclaw, and the bride was accompanied down the risht aisle by her sister. Mi9S Stella Noland, and cousin Miss Garnett Scott. Mrs. Sterling Curtis played the wedding march. The bride and groom stood under a huge Christmas bell which was suspended from an arch of Christmas evergreens which connected two ladened Christmas trees. Tho church was lighted by tapers which shone out from the profusion of holly and mistletoe. Immediately after tho ceremony Mr. nnd Mrs. B. D. Holtzclaw entertained at an elegant dinner, only the families and relatives being present. Our "Sam" is a model young Holtzclaw-Noland- . country wedding Manlnrd Unmet While. tack Hsyilctt IS acres Morrii hred town lot C D Dawn 25 acm W A Hubbard lot Wm Lrasure 14 acm John Off ernun 121 acres John Scaibrough 66 acre David" E Slone 180 acm Farugot Mentrr 15 acm W B Barnes town lot Joe Grant Town lot Tom Lraiure 14 actes J W OaVi 2 acm G Yuier 3 acres Albert Christopher home and lot John W Blight 142 acm L B Cook 3 acres acres William Chumley 3 Colored. Solen Craig lot Shelby Woods 4 acres Jesse Myets house and lot acres Rev Stewart 3 Miller Anderson I lot Elizabeth Gow I acie Jim Colfey Will Havs 1 acre Squire Hiygms I ,c,e Wyatl Hill 3 acres Joe L McMullin 2 acres Wm Morris G acres Sam Rout 4 acres Dick Rout 7 acres Sam and Dick Rout 3 acies Chat Simpson 3 acres Grant Durdette I acre Kale Girens 10 acm William Jones 2 lots Bill Jones lot 1 Nelon Mater-oi- iI ncruncres Kniiny Alcorn Dald llurton ncr (leorge Morto'i acis John UiiniM'V lot 1 OlmsHteeln lot Mitchell Trlco lucre. Jas Welch Sucre Margaret Carter 7 acre Woods lucre Mlncmi Anderson 7 ncru Thos Halley llucres Jaki Carpenter' Heirs I ncro Marlnli CIo.mI llacres Hun Hubble lot VIIou Mnatersnii lucres Henry II ItllTa Sucre Annie Vardelllilll lot Annie Morton t acres Ktl llrowu acre District. Joe Acton fl acres Mr HiexwCarrlerTown lot II. W. Vaiight 'Jacre (I II Kill 'jiicre Itoliert Kruiler Ml ncres DO Orlllln lirj acres Will King ncre Adam l'etrey 1 acres Ju ltogers IP acres A THiewart 10 acres WllKiuisl lucre Kit Irf'e Sncres WTHulton l ncres Tom Welch 2 acres J W Aker lucres Jn Acton ill ncres J 11 In UK Ii VI acres II lliichley lYliicna M O llilticll XI acres M HUhlpuiaii li) acres Mrs.- - A Ciiuiden hi ncres mi aires J no Kalconlierr J os ( iod tey :w acre DurlltUll IHjucre Kdralmsky lui ncres K W (Iraliuiii SJ acres llllssell HoiK'h 7U acres Davit Hicks 111 acres J JuckleyW acres Will Kuskey (HI acres Mike Kotlgan 11 acres ,lole 1 1 A SILK i Ib good 1 every cold day in the year and wo have them from 50c to $3.50. A Handsome Plain or Gold or ver Mounted Umbrella, Sil- - WallaceTudor's I ieiri lot acres Thos Bailey 41 Hatriet Can 14 acres Bell Jones lot Oliver Ball town lot Mack Montgomery I acre Amanda Wood 4 acies Dick Bailey 41 acres Bell Embry town lot Logan Whilley 10 acres Will Green 5 acres Joe Gardner 10 acres Harrison Helm 2 town Iota There MY. but don't wo love candy are about 5,000 factories engaged in the manufacture of candy, and they have turned out during 1908 pounds, nearly eight pounds per capita. The f and value of the output is stated at over a hundred million dollars. It may also be stated that much of the sickness of children is due to the eating of candy, much of which is made out of glucose, cane sugar and other indigestibles. Fruit sugar is said to require no digestion, being ready for immediate and assimilation, but large quantities even of that arc not good for bride. the stomach. one-hal- Miss Mary McRoberts presided tho organ. After the ceremony, the In pardoning Jesse Underwood Gov. nowly made pair drove to Danville and Willson says: "Because of tho condi- were dined at the Gilcher Hotel by Mr. tion of the Lincoln county jail, which is Morgan Beazley, who was accompanied a reproach to civilization, on account of hv Miss Abbia Lutes. Tho brido and this boy's youth, his enfeebled condi- groom later took tho train for Cincin tion, of the danger to his life from this nati, where they will spend their honey place of confinement, it is my duty to moon. They will return about Jan. 15th and bo at homo to their friends at Fork pardon him." Tho governor should before ho thus slandered Mrs, Ridge, Ky. The bride is Agnes Ilerrin, who has charge of the and greatly admired at her homo hore. jail and who has conducted it in a most She is a charming young woman and acceptable and satisfactory muiner. will prove a helpmeet in all the word Gov. Willson's reason for pardoning means. She wore a nanasomo travel U nderwood, as far as that one is con- ing Buit of blue and carried a huge boucerned, is the veriest tommy rot and is quet of bride's roses. The groom is a in keeping with his grandstand per- prominent young business man of Bell county and Is held in high esteem by formances. tho peoplo of his section. Tho popularIn order to help mako up the deficit ity of the couple was shown to some in the treasury it is proposed to placo a extent by the number of elegant wedtax of fivo cents a pound on coffee. ding presents they received, it taking a The Houso Committee on Way 8 and good sized room to display them. The Means is considering the question, but church altar was tastily decorated wun it is acting cautiously as it is apprehensmilax, other evergreens and cut flowsive of creating hostile public sentiment ers and was Indeed a placo of beauty. which may make itself felt. A lariro crowd of invited guests was present. Wo congratulato tho groom Mr. James McKechniu, who ismak ing u most excellent magistrate, an on winning so line a young woman and nounces fur tho democratic nomination wish for him and his all tho good things Is ono our of life that can come their way. lor the otllco again, farmer of unimpeachable Christian character, and "Fay" possesses all the attributes that go to make a help-meindeed for her noble young husband. They will go to housekeeping at once, and will enjoy the many useful and handsome presents, so lavishly bestowed upon them by their ho3t of friends. May their live3 be lengthened into many years of usefulness and happiness and heaven's choicest blessings be upon T. them. At 10 o'clock Wednesdty morning in the Christian church the hearts of Miss Stella McClary, of this place, and Mr. Will A. Yeager. of Middlesboro, were bound together in a pretty ceremony said by Rev. D. M. Walker, or the Christian church. The attendants were Mr. D. G. Hinks, of Middlesboro, and Miss Mattie McClary, sister of the at well-know- n lie of best and most substantial citizens and A Dangerous Operation ohould win tho nomination without trouis tho removal of tho appendix by a ble urgcon. No ono whotako Dr. King's Tin: Missouri court of appeals has New Life Tills U ever subjected to this rendered a decison that u divorced wo- frightful ordoal. Thoy work so quietman may Beizo her former husband's ly you don't , feel them. They euro earnings and property to enforce tho constipation, headacho, biliousness payment of alimony, even though he andmularlu. 25c at I'ennny's Drug has married again. Ain't that awful 7 Store. Crab Orchard District. William Ilaughcrty IS ncres Dan limigheriy Til acres Mrs Kale Iivlnnry fsincrea A.J. Iiennyi acres .11 ncres Mr Mntlltlr. (iooch Addison Hlnes 11 ncres Mr M Holme lot ivrl acres 11 V Holme (I 1" LwlilO lien's W J singleton a ncres Mrs Ariiitnlii rtmlth WOacres Krniik Hniltli :r) acres John Htephem Hi acre Arnold stringer MS acres ('hiiThnmponS ncres W II Wmver fill acres II M Werner &i acre J II Hinlth Col IS ncres Wm rtuttnii Sucre acre Wiiiiti William Ailiuil Helm Til ncres Haggard Heirs N acres Mrs Hell Hasty IS acre W llThoinp'onaSncrcs ('ouuuodoie WlllMill 31 acres Hteve Wren fo ncres Mrs MnttlnChiippellli ncrti Jo I. sinltli Is acres I' A llnttS acres Wm Miller flu acre V II Halley fill acre l!atln Heirs lii acres W II HjeSrncres J H (l fne 15 acre Win Kalnsey Isl acres' Huliu Melton in acres . l' T lloj n M ncres Hum h'llnt ton n lot V K Ko Heirs : acres W M. rllnuletoii sniicre WanelnirK Hlitrtct Kiln Itnuiihai acres Jo l!rit&l acres ncres JnmetChrimU'r II W It Cook S5 acres OlllHt'oott fi acres W KUravensldOacres Itoliert Kiialman (17 acres Ceoryo Kolit 1111 acres II IjOreerMacres M rs Hnruli (lojley 10 acres Milton Hnmm HO acres 1 John Hurt IT acres nnd lot Tho HonpSncrti W II McKeuJKO acres I )il mi Moore IS acres W II I'aitnett Heirs S3 acres William Moriiiui UO acres Moritnn Heirs Va acres Urlitht Mrsfiiherlno IS acres 15 acres W M Hohlilns J A Itoners 210 acres AHtrlniiurlneres Wm Trlsler W acres Mllfonl VauiihtTU acres W II Ware fri acres (' K Warren ti ncres TS acres WT WhiteI'eguy Young 10 acres Morrow A ,' Jacob Zetsler ait acres Hiimuel llastlli IS acres James HnsUn 21 acres two tracts (leoryu W llaatln :S acres II 1' TlaiiKh W acres HO llrottii IS acres John llynl amcres T W Unlley unit Co acres Muivtlle llentherldge. 15 acres J H Harris IS acres K JnU'i ISO ncres H M Johnson SS acres i;U W Kemell SID ncres Kit McMullin to acres David Moore 10 acres J w Moore US acres I'laus Moore Mac res (I ll l'ulllmiiDUacres Wm lloblnsou Hi ncres Mary Htuckler T ncres (leorgH II UnthegroMi 40 ncres I, II Walls I ncru Kllzntwth Waters CO acres Jos Wheeldon 1.10 acre Itoliert Williams Wncrus Kills Yocum Macros Harnli Owsley (Jul U acres It 11 Kriulcrilacrus Hulllo .Mornuii Wncrts HH Mullliu m'A ncres Kriink. Hinlth IMiicre J A Hpaldllia 25 acres Miirtln A (iKeiisTI acres Trusty lucres rimsI'lithegrovi'M acres J II K ilncres John Walls 1(A acres Clark Young llmtoiivlllii District White, fleorge AlUen I ncru Jess JaekMiu 11 acres I'O l.nnli.im lot Mrs Mary Mct'honl ID acres Milton Reynolds';.') ncres Kvllx Ulcliarils tnucres Million Hlnglelou lucres John Walilen IT ucres A J llurton lot W 11 llnrp I'Oucrc tleorgelJiy lucres l.ucv MeOormiick lucres lleltlnli Young Hi acres Mrs. Hnllltfllrown lot Jim Florence IKJiicres Wm Kennedy (W ucres 11) Monroe Hickman 20 acres Will Richardson I acre Lee Slewart I acre Frank Vinson I acre E Simpson 3 acres Trios Middleton house and lot Headlcy Carson I acre N L J ( Pin to ncres M t) nerlier ncre Mrs Anderson I acres Anton Deader iSncres W M Denhaiu 31 ucres Jns (iodtrey I acre Jns I.)ou town lot James Mnviu &l acres H Noels'" acres W J. Preston lucres Nancy Wilson ton lot I leorge llronu ncru i; Caldwell dacres H I lentherldgn lucres Hamitooch lucres Jim Jnnea town lot Shcres Ham Joe Thomas ton n lot V w llli acre ltlchard Walls lucres Prauci tittle IS acres A Hlmnks 10 acre Ham Hiiilard .! acrlNise llastlu l',iH'r Heilo lleatty hoiivund lot 6 ucres John CollinDenny ID ncres l.lsa A J II Krnsler Heirs II ncres J H Harris IS acres ltlchard Jariiinn I ncru orur McKluney lottown lot MrsHnrah Mullins It KU'liearoacres ltlchard Hiibiusoli lot (limy lle.Mioldi. IS acre Clin -- lull lot Jiime Welch lot Inacre John Will-oAimle Wnde35acri Tho WimhIs I arres Adam Petrev Jr lucres Mrs H iruh Hiiugh IXrtacres Andv Hrusler .11 acres John llrlttou ID acres J K Florence Jrui acres ilreen liuoili' Heirs IJ acres John W llrllllii Hi ncres II A Iloglle lisiacres Mrs M A Jellrles mi acres Mrs Hell Hire lot J M Itoblli'on 1 acres W Hlngletou '.ii nrcrcs Mrs M A I'artep ncre Jo Wllliird SSI acre lim P Farrls IMacres Ixinger Krnst lisi acres J no P Adams .'si acres Hen llland 71 ncres (leorge W Ciirsnn 5 ncres Wm King lucres Henry Delaney :i ncres Peter Hlce acre Mrs J I.Hiulth l:)l ncres Wm Curtis V acres Tho Hector 35 acres Nichols Hobbltt lucro W Ddrltllii INI ncre HeieklaltCrune In ucres Mrs M K Hlilpman lfsl ucres It I, White Tu acres (Ireen llrovk 7o ncres Win H Miller Ml acres Jerry Wilcher 17 acres DO Young III ncres W H Heyiioldsrsiucres Herman Slaughter r.1 ncres Alono Vinson 4 acres Hurah II Cooley acres (I H dailies lSuctes Mrs H J (livens U ncres Vitught A Huehiinnn ! acres Holtzcluw A Meiit'feo lucres Clin Iturfew HH acres J K Hiultli CO acres HH Mullins H7 acres llajdeti llooch l.Vlucroi August Miller 75 ucres (I II Mini')' l:l acres J (I Miulln 71 acres Mike Hpellster HI acies Kriil Hays acre H II Hurloii 104 acres (leorge Hrelit 55 ucres Jnines llusterbl ncres H II (loochfiilacres J W Harrison 1;5 ncres J 0 Harris Jr ill ucres J II Harris Hr 711 acres (Ireen Kldd ai ucres v John McKluney ' J W McKluney IS ncres Hill Price, town lot I1C l'etrey tsluores W M Hlngletou SI ucres acres Thos Tlmburlc son A li Wyniuii lid ucres l.ucludii l'etrey jn acres Win HclilmllntHiiicr lis acres J M (loocli IV ucres John Collins acre Joe Flod aero (I N Htntmi m ncres acres J II Yocum J II McWhorter7U ncres J F JelTrles touores .1 Ndulnes IS acres Kcl Kemper Kl acres H II Wiillord HA acres Will lA'nsurefjO acres Jnmes Uiwrence 40 ncres John lllalne3 lucre liwls Dalo acres Klnlev Dudle town lot Hen I'Vrrlll 8 acres Henry Jolui.oii ouncrcs Newman Putteu lucres Henry Itlguey Sucre llurrlett Foley 3S ucres llnggurd Heirs 40 ucres John lingers 30 acres Dick Thompson S ucres .1 D llrmly 10 acres H T Knds linens H D Kliuore town lot Chits llocker 11 acres John Worn lUucres 1'. W Uiy31 ucres Anthony (livens lucro James (loottu 40 ucresucres Kule. Kirk putrlck S3 W 1, Martin 31 acres ( leorge () sky lucres John Halidldgu ncre .Dimes Htuwart lucres Wm lackey Jr town lot William liulley lucres (leo Carpenter in acres 1 1 il 1 1 1 A- -I Hen A II MullliisfUacriMi Good .every Hainy or Sun Shiny day, at a range of prices from $1 to $10. A NICK XECKT1K for fiOu or SI. A good pair of Warm or Dress Gloves or a .JOHN B. STETSON Hat, at $:..f.O or $"..00. A pair of Ladies' ULTRA SHOES $..fi0 and $!, or a MAXSS, WALK OVER SHOE for ?:f)0, ?1 and $". A beautiful Silk Handkerchief or a dozen linen ones. Wo will be glad to bhow you these at any time. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Start the New Year right by Patronizing The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky, FOR SALE I Central Kentuoky miwer Uiller nnd englnn nnd saw mill lor sule. Will sell either or Willi. Uiiax. KNHHMN.Ottcnhelm, K. I'ostottlee, Wii)nehorg, Ky. Real Estate Exchange & titjli; CO.. , Notlct of Application For on lb Wisynealiurg plk, No. house, bnrn in ur Hlghluml,&-roou- i orchard. Thlsproper-t- y Is well Is mnr clinrcli ami school-housAlec Hlce, who was coiiWctcd of murder In nt the OlrcnltUourt of Lincoln countywill the worth the price. Omh ask No. 111H ucres, i miles Houth of two-stor- y or. NmelllU'r term, of said court. ISA. opjeet the governor for pardon, uud nil who writ, churd.oiithe Hlnte road, bus lauwell wuter-uljaUihouse, good Isirii, orchard nnd will notify thugoMTiior nnd stale In lug uny objections. lisiucrea of this land Is bottom U.. ll 1 1 1 Auditor's Agt. (or Lincoln Uouuty. Ky. I,. W HIKIIIKH, land and produces line crops. A Isirgnlu llssi; u cash, biilunco In oiib find two years. vn liu ....r... n 'lurk (Ireek. near uy bouse, burn und other out" ueshurg, buildings: plenty of water. Ousli prlco, P." ... As executor of Mrs. Mar) t. (liuldls, I will No. I lin acres,, neur lovei t ireen, sl.fc. county. Ky. This farm " TI'KHHAY, JANUAHY 11, IKV. story frame bouse., would cost to nt her Into residence, 1', miles from Mil. li.ui); good barn, crib, 40., locnltnl nenr leilgevllle. 111 Lincoln county, Ky., sell at cliurch and school. This Is a nice homo nud Ullllliy llime, nui. Hill"', lor aw per ucro, f v... -ilUUIlC- ouicrj and calf, u lot of corn, old fashioned: cull li oougiilmouths. ll nod kitchen furniture, iniiliulerlii ucres ud)olnlngliinbofriu furniture, household No. 5 a lot of ioultry,l shouts, 1 tracts ol knoli loo ncrs 1H8 cultivation. Dwelling of Iroouis, In lllllil, containing ii acres vacil, encu ainiu. good Uim mid other outbuildings nlco IW miles West of Mllli dgmlllej also a trail line of tho l srirlngsliiiba I cnun-t- a ofl'J arres of tlrst'Class land iiUnil lt mile rrlcoI,'jiJ; liultcusli. Inland und from l'ey ton's Well. Terms inudc. known yeurs, on day ol sale. ncres ndjolnlng furms Nos. Innd (IKOHOK A.OAIIDIH, K'or. No.rt-- Sll In f, IMI acresuIn cultivation, bulunco SIII11Btini' J, 1'. Chandler, Aiict, . IlllO .nil n...las l.lli. ...lit tilclmrvand goon orch log husu cednr. ard: well waiercu. unsu once, aa,wu. No. 7 1.V) ncres near Mnretsburg, Ky.. 1W bouse, IteuiiHly, tho acres In cultlMilloii, goml dwelling water You ciiu Hud our Htnndtird barn und necessury outbuildings, lino grtutt si bloisl und liver iuedlcluu)et know ll, und school, church nud 11. It. station. I'rb'o, Mil-- i Ilicn.onl Itheumallsm, Hull llheiiiii. tl.fiO: li cusb, balnuco in onii unit iwo yenrs. ley Troublu nud all dlseuses iirl.lug from No. Hlll ncres, near Uouwny, Ky.; nearly I luipuro bloisl It has no eiual. It Is under tho pure lood net of June ui. ull of this farm Is bottom laud, line for corn I by tho iniiiiulaitiiier II and meuduw;ery IKil.und Kuurniitetil tholtemetly Is taken according to directions burniiudutiier buildings; on county rouw.is i und If ho or sho Is not U'liellteil by llio uo miles from llenu I'oiiego, I'usu price, s".-... ,1... it...... .I.- u.. rt.riitui Miur nioiioy. uu. Wo cun do nothing more. iSiuli imckiiKu' No. AI ncres on llruko's Oreek, 8 mile This d.ri.i lullnlns til ......iniii. wiKin.i.a with a reiiUtored gllnrnu- - I .,., iin.li llrclnii-,teu nnil mulling curd with full Instructions. mkeuiid Is a purl of tho (leo, Kvuns turn; u lino luml und In gowl cuudltloul ul 1 It to uny uddrosa by mall uu ro. Wo scud burgula eelpl of 31 ikt packago or sn pacKitves n" i nm.l.,ury buildings. Tills la If tuken In i)p,.r ncro. 15. Heller order u l .. ...... m.k ."...uecord. T.. til .U wnn.d ttruf Dl.nlAnl lTtf... Illv nnio you iiiigus U. iivivi. necessary bulldlngs,vto. niniiiu.ui Ilemeinlierlfyoutukotbo llenieily nlco shupo, Wnud. cau im nougut1th nil luomouey. lug to iMtructloiMjiiul nro wortu " you get your uoiinr urns. "" Kor full particulars In regard to ull lb Mild tlie remixly In drug stores lor sulo. It U,0m iiuiuiim Agmit. uuote mrnis, seeor write i. H. Mugnv. yutjUMKN W1I.MAHH, Joints i. while, HUliiord. Ky. EXECUTOR'S SALE. fr hn1i; At McKinney, Ky., 1 iimiiu-faclurt- d - aia ! wj-ij- ". it ivn m ,...! i r Winter Goods. Jniiunry 1st. finds us. tin with conic The Future Wc must look to. The year just pan wo will Seasonable Goods for white sewing next week wo will pldco Winter good on hand nnd has done us all the good or on pale a big line of win to goods lares, embroideries, and etc. evil it can. Jn come respect oiler these at astonishingly low iricci. good Tlio Winter go. is yet licforc it has hecn a remarkable year as it business affairs at- has brought with it the usual nnstcadiVDH in tending presidential years. Conic and rcc the great faying at this store Cloak, Bkirts, Furs, and heavy mut shoulders to the wheel and work together and succo"s is sure. Wc thank you for your pntronago in l'J08 nnd nsk n continuance for 1000. Onco moro let's put our Wc have come special values for you. Come, look. M SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. 6c SON. STANFORD KY. To Our Customers: Wo thank you for your liberal patronage Jor the year just closed and solicit a continuance of the came for the year 11)0!). Wo want to make the year 1000 our banner year. ' ,1 ft , Lee RurLEY attended the hop at LebFine neckwear. Cummins & Wear- No more hunting, The game law is anon. out. Mike Penny Is with his cousins in Knoxvillc. JACon SrniOLE died suddenly of heart A NEW stock of Oliver plows, plow Jan. J, 1900 William Martin, of Princeton, Ind., trouble at Waynesburg. Htahfoud, Kv., gear, etc., on hands. Come aad see us. is with T. W. Humble. Hats are still going below cost while W. H. Higgins. Misses Jennie and Kate Newland visited East End relatives. they last. Miss Ella May Saunders. Nkw assortment of local view post Good geese Cc, turkeys 10 to 12c, accards at Penny's Drug Store. Miss ALICE Rankin spent several cording to quality, hens 8j, ducks G to Wi: havo on hand all kinds of fresh Somb very special bargains In llox days with Lancaster friends. 8e. H. B. Northcott. Stanford. Pane r. but the supply is limited. Ask Mrs. Richard Putnam, of Lebanon, meats. See us Wilkinson & Lutes. Is with her many friends hero. to see them. Penny a Drug Store. Bear in mind tho entertainment at John Siiioi.d, of Lexington, spent New line of spectacles. Eyes tested tho Graded School Saturday, Jan. 9, at Christinas with W. T. Smith and wife. free at the New Stanford Drug Co. 'a PERSONALS. 2 p. m. Admission free. Everybody inDr. W. M. Doores, of Crab Orch- store. vited. C. E. Hollos Is up from Lebanon. ard, is at the St. Asaph for a few Hays Fosteii was In Ixiulsvlllo this weeks. Owl brand pure cotton seed meal. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chrisweek. o Car just arrived $30 per ton. J. II. Mrs. J. W. Ireland and little tian church will not meet with Mrs. W. Ireland roturned from Danville Baughman & Co. Mas. S. I). Haiitlf.tt is visiting In Mt Bright this afternoon as announced Wednesday. Paris. Only a fair crowd attended the rink but will do so next Friday, Jan. 8. Mr. E P. Owsley, of Columbu, K. II. Woods attended the hop at (In., spent several days with his fath- Tuesday night. Tho crazo seems to Mt. Sterling. er, Dr. J. H. Owley. The county afTairs are in ship shape. have about died out Marc Coli.is, of Lexington, visited Every contract was completed and paid Mrs Hlttie McKinney is in Louis-vlll- o Hays Foster. with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. For Sale or Rent. The Warner for before the year went out. Wo conHon. Hahvf.Y Hki.m has returned to Yager, who is very ill. e on East Main Street. Ap gratulate the fiscal court on its good L. F. Hoiihitt, of Hloomlngtnn, III., Washington City. ply at once to W. K. Warner. work. visited his brother, F. P. Hnbbltt, of . John Thomas McAmstek visited rel- the Turnersvillo neighborhood. you W. K. Warner wants to seo According to Mr. John Bright (Red) atives at Lebanon. I)R. W. H. O'Hannon was elected a Miss Ella May Saundkks visited director of tho First National Hank in about your plumbing, tinning and gut- the sky was clear enough yesterday Danvilio relatives. the place of Col. T. P. Hill, deceased. tering, also country water works. De- morning to see the sunrise, it being the fourth timo wc have had that pleasure R L. Chrisman, formerly of the pot street, Stanford. J. II. Adams, of Uirmingham, is with West End, has located at Oluthe, KanHustonvillo relatives. since Nov. 1 ALL accounts are due Jan. 1. A Koiikht Fenzel, Jr., of Cincinnati. sas, and orders his I. J. sent him there. shall be appreciated. Prompt The First National Bank of StanMiss Margaret Hoiter, who is Is with his father here. teaching at Providence, and Prof. W. payments mean best attention nnd good ford declared a dividend of l Miss Makv M. Cuow le visiting O. HojxIiT, superintendent of the Mt. prices. Geo. D. Hopper. four per cent., carried to surplus fund In Sheffield, Ala. Sterling Graded School, Bpent Xmas $1,000, nnd had left over about $800 as C. V. GKNTHY and J. B, House wcro with the folks at home. I have bought Al Wallace's interest J. J. Wright has moved his family in the livery firm of Beazley & Wal- undivided profits. in Iuisvillc this week. Mns. K. C. Hockeii and children vis- from the West End to Olathc, Kansas. lace and also the books. Thoso owing Claude Camden, while drinking, He has bought the magnificent Cedar ited Richmond relatives. Wood Stock Farm nenr that place. It the firm will please call nnd settle with shot a Negro named Cam GooCh at Sam Emiiiiy. Jit., spent several days was the homo of C. E. Jones, formerly me. G. G. Beazley. Xmas day and badly Waynesburg of Danville with I,ouisvillo relatives. He was wounded John Todd, charged with forging placed him.a $500 bond. arrested and THE Misses Ranchman, entertained JuixiK J. S. Owdi.KY. wife anl son under JakeRobinson's name to checks on which very charmingly Tuesday evening in visited his father at Lexington. honor of Mm Stella McClary, who was Notice. All those having claims Miss Saka SiNOi.rj.oN, of Iouisvillc, married on the following day to Mr. he got money from R. G. Jones and J. M. Phillips, was brought down from against the estate of John F. Cash, dehas been visiting relatives hero. Will A Ycager. Quito n number of Pnor. J. N. Wicointon spent Xmns friends were present ami all had a good Rockcastle and placed in jail yesterday ceased, will please present them to me with his homefolks at Stamping Ground. time. Hank, Stanford, Pardoned. Jesse Underwood, who at the First National J. Sid Adams nnd wife, of Uirmingproperly proven and verified, by Jan. got six months in jail on the charge of LOCALS. ham, visited, his mother and sistnr hero. H. C. Baughman, administra Puktty Miss Maiiy itoiiKtn, of Try somo of Singleton's 20oeoal oil. writing threatening letters, has been 15,1909. Somerset, is with Miss Jenniu Pepplcs. pardoned by Gov. Willson. He had tor. Attoiiney G. II Saoklky was in Clothes French cleaned. Cook & served about I J months of the time. Hunn & Sweeney, general mer Frankfort on legal business this week. Fanner. chants of Shelby City, will do a cash Big Turkey. R. E. Thompson, of Hiooiss Woods, of Cincinnati, spent business beginning Jan. 1. This will a few days with his mother and sister Car Liverool salt arrived J. the East End, presented to W. P. Walk- enable them to sell at much closer here. II. Haughmnn & Co er, tho Crab Orchard distilller, a tur- prices and they will be in better shape T. W. Jost.h and wife havo moved to key weighing 55 pounds tho largest than ever to give you bargains. They Two rooms over Tom Pence's store Hon Harvey Helm's cottsgu on Eist fowl of the kind ever raised in Lincoln thank you for past patronage and soMain. for rent. W. A. Tribblo. county. It. L. WAn.sr.u ami wife, of Anderlicit u continuance. . THE water wagon will be by this son, Ind., were guests of his parents F. M. Ware, of McKinney, and W. here. The Christmas tree at tho Baptist morning. Better get on. Garner, of the East End, have bought of CAIT. AND Miis. WonsilAM, of Cor-bichurch was a thing of beauty and the G. W. Singleton his stock of goods at Honey Adams, an aged citizen of were guests of the family of J. F. presents on it enrried joy to many (jovcr. the Rowland section, died and was bur- Cedar Creek and will continuo the busi- hearts. An enjoyable program, includness under the firm name of Ware & Little Sakaii Allen Coiiminky is ied at Crab Orchard Sunday. ing a beautiful vocul solo by Miss Maconvalescing from a severe spoil of Garner. m rie Mahony, was given before the prespneumonia. banks will be closed and the The Mr. Sam Roiunson, the clever and ents were distributed. Russell Brown Mns. William Hland, of Lancister, will observe Sunday hours visited her sisters, Mesdames L. II. gents' furnisher, remember- made a fine Santa Claus. y on account of New Year' day. up and Will Stone. ed us with a Christmas present of which Craig. Elizabeth Wearen Craig, the Akmp S. IIkoaddus and handsome Hi'Giirs & Swineiiroad, tho Lancas- we are very proud. By tho way he did little son. of Pureed, Okla , nre visiting ter real estate men, sold for E. II. Milldaughter of Dr. and Mrs. splendid business last year and ho a his mother here. W. N. Craig, of Middlesboro, died of So" acres of land near asks us to thank through these columns Miss Elizaiietii Chehiiiton, of Bur-gi- er to Van Keeton was brought hero and the many who liberally patronized him. diphtheria and t visiting tho family of T. V. For-rcl- l. Hubblo for $3.GT0. interred in Butralo cemetery after serSomerset Journal. The Lincoln County National Hank He asks a continuanco through the year vices by Rev. J. L. Yandell at W. B. Mns. Kisii and little ernndson. of declared a three per cent, dividend nnd just begun. McKinney's residence ut 10 o'clock Orchard, passed through to Crab carried $3,000 to the surplus fund after Mr. W. A. Carson, who is making Saturday morning. The bright little to visit her daughter. one of the best assessors tho county thing was ill only 48 hours. Great sym Misses Mahoaket and Pauline paying all expenses. Hock Kit, who are attending college -' has ever had, announces for tho demo- pathy is felt for the bereaved family iri The Ladies' Aid and H. Y. P. U. spent Xmas at home. Lexington, of the Baptist church presented cratic nomination for jailer this issuo. their loss. eollego at Will Tucker returned to He has a strong following and will Bowling Green this week. Ho is study- their pastor, Rev. J. Murray Taylor, Miss Lilly P. Edmiston was hostess ing telegraphy and with a handsome gold watch for u prove a dangerous factor in tho race in which there aru already n half dozen yesterday ut u very charming recep Kev. D. M. Walker and family havo Christmas present. gone to housekeeping in tho residence entries. Mr. Carson will havo a card tion, given in honor of the young girls A FINE hound pup, eight months old, in this paper in a fow days, which you who are at home for tho holidays. The recently vacated by J. A. Walden. house was elaborately decorated in Mrs. W. A Thiiirle and littlo black and white spotted and slightly ure requested to read. daoghtcr went to Washington, Ind., to lame, loft a month ago. I will pay a smilux, palms, ferns and poinsetta. attend the mnrriago of her brother. The boys played the mischief here Tho dining room was in red and green. reward for his return. J. Thomas Hack-leHay Fowi.K and sister. Miss Itcssie, Christmas eve, as a half dozen broken A tall cut glass vase filled with poinStanford, R. F. D. No. 2. visited the family of their uncle. Dr. window glasses, some of them of the setta and surrounded by silver candleWells, at Carlisle, during tho holidays. P. W. Wiiiit left to take charge of Siielton M. Saufley. of Frankfort, a big drug store at Stanford, which ho finest plate, bear silent proof. Cannon sticks shaded with scarlet Bhadca and crackers, dynamite, pistols, shot guns, holding red tapers, formed tho center and Robert C. Saulley, of Harrodsburg, spent a few days with their .mother recently bought. His numerous friends etc., etc., were used and night was desicrn. The ices were in the form of wish him success and commend him to mado hideous. A conservative busihere. snow men, and the mints nnd con fee William P. and Owsley Walton, tho people of Stanford as a high toned ness man remarked to us that ho be- tions were in white and red. Louis' of Lexington, ore guests of their rela- gentleman. Liberty News. lieved that tho merchants lost hundreds ville Herald. tives, James Owsley and Claiborne .. Walton. Judge Carson. Gov. Wlllson has of dollars in sales by the foolish pranks The many friends of Dr. W. Harry Miss Emily Graves Murphy, who Is appointed our old friend, Charles C. of tho boys. A court of inquiry has spending tho winter in Louisville, camo been held but we have not heard of any- Higgins will be delighted to know that up Xmas to be with her parents at Carson, xlice judgo of Liberty. His body being punished. Wo hope, how- he is rapidly climbing the ladder of father, Judgo W. It. Carson, was poRowland. Grad fume in his chosen profession. the thoughtless fellows ever, Misss Frances Beckett, of Kan- lice judge here for many years and yet bethat to pay for their fun, will uating last year from tho Johns Hop mado if sas City, and Nannctto and Lucy Simp made a good one, us we predict his son such disorderly doings can be called kins Medical University, of Baltimore, son, or uuanan, Texas, wero witn airs. will. C. E. Tate. the most scientific medical school in the fun. To all parties holding certificates of Stutes, standing high in his classes, Mrs, H. S. Hendren and children, The directors of the Lincoln County without any Bpecial preparation for Lucilloand Robert, spent Christmas county claims: You are notified that with her father's family, N. W. Fowle, the money is now in the county treas- National Hank, at a meeting held Dec. competitive examination, he was entitled to internship In his at Rowland. ury to pny your claims und that you 26, 1903, ndopted the following resolu- but signed a contract for one Rev. and Mrs. W, G. Montoomery, must thereforo pay your taxes fit once, tions: "With deep regret we record yearhavingtho board of directors of the with of Moreland, left yesterday for Meritho fact that a vacancy in tho directory Allegheny Hospital of Pittsburg, Pa., dian, Miss., where ho will tako charge otherwise I will havo to ndd the penalto fill his contract. of the Lincoln County National Hank he felt honor-boun- d ty. T. J. Hill, S. L. C. of the First Christian church. on vacation has been caused by tho death of John While at homo last week inquiry Misses Mattik McClary and Maud trom message of Instantly Killed.-MI- ss Addio F. Cash. For many years ho has been he received awho is professor of clinical Carter, who aro teaching in tho School Dr. Barker, for the Deaf at Indianapolis, spent Haggurd, daughter of Bud Haggard, of a stuunch supporter of this institution, medicine in tho Juhns Hopkins, to know Christmas week with homefolks. tho Kingsvillo section, was instantly and has contributed much to its success if he would consider un assistantship in Mr. Cicera Reynolds, one of tho killed Wednesday afternoon by No. 2, by his sagacity and counsel. In his his clinic, which hu wisely accented. A substantial citizens of Stanford, iu hero a merited honor, high compliment, on a visit to his daughter. Mrs. Hart-we- ll tho Q, & C. Northbound passenger. death this Hoard loses one of its strong- showing he has left an impression upon Sho was walking over Fishing Creek est und most vulued members und Lin- the minds of that great faculty which C. Lccompto. Frankfort Journal. g trestle and seeing tho train coming, coln county loses a model citizen, a time and distanco cit not erase. With Wiluur U. Good, who is for the Stearns Lumber Co.. spent started to run but her foot caught and Christian gentleman, u successful man, his immaculate character, onergy, modXmas with his family hero. He was she fell, tho engine knocking her from whose oxainplo U well worthy of emu- esty and honor, he is destined to bo the idol of his home, u blessing to his parlucky enough to be away from Stearns when the trouble occurred Christmas tho trestle. Sho was 21 years old and lation. Tho heartfelt sympathy of this ents, tho pride of his birthplace and a I benefactor to his country. n excellent young woman. Board is tendered to his family." day. I.u-cilstore-houssemi-annuam n, h)jt-ollicd Wil-mobook-keepiny. alma-mutebook-keepin- Without your support wc can do nothing. With your help you can make us what wc want to be. Wc ask you for your nsMptanco in helping us to reach our expectation for this year. to give value received for every dollar that goes cash drawer. It is our-ai- into our All wc ask for is a legitimnto profit. Wc have never deemed it good business to blow trumpet, &c, and cut a lew things to coU aud a little under nnd then rob n customer by extortion on something elso. dollar is An honest value for an lion-c- ut our motto. Again soliciting your businos for 1900, we arc, TRIBBLE & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. k USD Your Brother or Father would appreciate nothing more than ho would a dozen of LION BRAND COLLARS and a nice NECKTIE for n XMAS present. We have so many pretty styles that you can come and select until your heart's content. A nice linn of Cull Buttons for 25 and 50c; Stick Pins from 25c to 81.00; Watch Fobs 25c to 81.00 aud mauy other pretty presents. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. My Store will be closed -- OH' January 6 and 7, '09, For Invoicing. lil W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. ift- - .. i JUdsWji ttu 'kJ 4 U0U1. , a....- - & i.w - rw jj yw5 'W H Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that primary mav dovclnn Into nneumonia over election for Lincoln county, to nomi- - night aro quickly cured by Foloy's . Honey and Tar, as It soothes Inflamed Mnlerrd m the i'oti'Vjpee at bianjora w nato candidates for county offices Htond-clnmatter. 1st. A primary election ia hereby membranes, heals tho lungs, and excalled to bo held in tho several voting pels tho cold from tho system. New The Truth precincts of Lincoln county on Satur- - Stanford Drug Co. Every person in thc.ty who.siuf. d Febr between C A. An attempt was made to assassinate '. from Eczema, Pimples, Dand. , fcring ftnd 4 p purnoso of nom Deputy Sheriff Waddell at Stearns. Ono fof unrun or any iorm ui itm u1 . inating democratic candidates for tho bullet passed through his coat and he ease, can find relief and be permanent- ofllccs of county judge, county nttor-nc- was struck in the head with a missile. ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi county clerk, sheriff, jailer, repsell ZEMC external use. All durggists resentative, assessor, school superinA tickling or dry cough can bo PENNY'S DRUG STORE. tendent, magistrates of tho several quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's magisterial districts, constables, coro- Cough Itemedy No opium, no chloroner and surveyor. form, nothing tinsafo or harsh. Sold 2nd. All democrats who nro legal by Penny's Drug Store. voters of Lincoln county, or who will (M. K.A A. M.wlll meet Lincoln The Interior Journal. tt ! Official , "."; Stockholders' Meeting Ameetlnffnf thaltockhnlrlers of thnflMli Orchard Hanking Co., nt (lrtitiOrchrml.wlll Ihi held at their banking house the 1st Monday 111 January, lw, for the purpose of electing uireciors nnn onicera lor tne ensuing year. J.O. IIAII.KY.Cnslilir. :32i New Ledgers. Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. m NOTICE. that Alfred Ilrlght wlll.nt the regular Jnnuary meeting of the Hosrd of Prison Commissioners, nf the Mnle of Kentucky, mnkn application to nam nnnni at rrnnainrt, Ky,, lor pniinn from the Htnte penitentiary, ALKIlflD ItllKlllT. Ily Hob llrlght. This Dec. 19. HUM. Notice Is hereby given y, MASONS' MEET. Stockholders' Meeting meeting of theslockholderaof the First National Hank nf Htnnfnrd will In held nt their Iwnklnghoiisethe second Tuesday In KSM .Inuuary, luv. for the nurioe of electing directors for the ensuing year. JollM J. Ml'lloliKllTa, Cashier. A CJJ m i-a- committee the sum hereby fixed as the entrance feo In the Offlre over McRoberts' Drug Store in race for the office for which he is a candidate, said sum so realized to be the Owsley Building. used in defraying the expenses of the primary. At the same time tho candiInsures Tobacco and Tobacco date shall givo written notice to the chairman that ho desires to be a candidate, and name the office ho cceks Nothing But The entrance feo of candidates shall be ns follows: For sheriff, $40; for county judge, $10; for county at D. torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for The Insurance Man, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. the treasurer of tho In stntpd rnmiiiimlcntlou on ench nrst find bo legal voters on tho 2nd day of No thlnl Monday nights o( each month, nt 7:3) vember, 1909, are entitled to voto in street, mnn-ford.Ko?lock in tiieir nail on .Main lodges nri Members of sister respectivo precincts, nnd ore re I niu nt nil times prepared to exchange Invited to lie present. U. I.. Penny, their ). men! for corn. My mill will ruumery quested to do so. W.JtT. W lVnnlngton.Hec. Hick linker, Miller. 3rd. Every candidate who desires to J. ll.UILKKItHO.V, Urab Orchard, Ky. have his name printed on tho ballots to in said primary election shall be used W.L.MCARTY on or before 1? o'clock midnight of the Is a candidate for HherllT of Lincoln coun 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with ty, subject to tho action ot the democratic MEAL EXCHANGE. Stockholders' Meeting A niiwthiir of Him stockholder of t lis. Lin coln County National Hunk of Htnnfnrd will be held nt their banking house the second Tuesday In January, fur the 1iurmse. ot electing directors lor the ensuing jear. V M. lliilullT, Cashier. B a very Line of Stationery Generally. frj H m STORE, A. S. PRICE, U, Surgeon Dontlst, party. Stockholders' Meeting A liit'eunK m im siofKiumifru m inn .n tloniii Hank of l.mtou. Mlii w III III..- OI... a.ul- ... I1I1KMMIV N livlil nt at..-.I. ..... I lit' r IHIIIKIIIK UiMlir- 111 Il...l... I IH- ll . lwtttii9Hiut ond TwiKlny aIn Jniumry, ttf ..l.uit . I...' ar...aai.A illtau I.4 rt. Mi IIII ' lorstoatnolliu dialling jtiir. I a 1 . k PENNY'S. DRUG Stanford, Kentucky. w. g M. S. BAUGHMAN Is n cnndltlnto for HherllT of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic a party. larns. Insurance. JOHN J. MOSER is kcnndldnte for Jailer of Lincoln county, lubject to the action of the leiuocratlc party. 1 ritt J. w. I s sa waa-- MOCKrii.imioit'r. Itching Skin Diseases Ciie Lincoln Capital, county national Bank $5O,O0O.00 Jesse Wearen, STANFORD, KY. Itesldence riione S4; OlUce, M. Insure with me and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox 'in handsome, Inrge young Jersey null, deor scended from a long and unbroken line Istlie most noted bulls and cows on the land of Jersey Knglnnd nnd America. Ills niii'ot tho best bulls eter Imported given und his dam Is a show cow that has you M pounds of rich milk In one day. It begets Like or the Likeness of "Like some Ancestor", nnrt Iinve it strictly good cow. you' should avail jourself of his service. He will Ik) allowed lo servo a limited mitnlM'r nf tinnrnved. rclsttrtd cows out tear, for a fee of sldeof our owilherd-tbl('leach. Make engagement before sending ne nrcu. cow'io itr.in auiimi, Stanford. Ky. Teleohone . N. 11. Wo haio to offer three oxtra choice bo sold nt right prices bullcahestlmt will iii eve s 4 CONCRETING llrst-clit- Wenroln poiltlon to do nil kinds of con creting, such us mock orK. ntveinents ntid. In fuel, we can make anv thine from a house down to a fence iost. Wo cun sent" you promptly nnd Kuimintw work nnd material, Oallandget our prices before you buy your material at icust. jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for representative, $10; for school superintendent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. 4th. The election shall be held in all respects as required by statute relative to primary elections, and a uniform ballot shall be used in al! voting pre cincts. The chairman of the committee is directed to causo to be printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballots and all supplies necessary to tho legal conduct of the election. 5th. The democratic county commit tee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct, who shall be selected from lists furnished by nil can didatcs who desire to submit lists. The officers shall be as nearly divided ns possible as to judges, clerks and sher ift"8 among the various candidates. Tho officers of the primary shall, as soon as the polls are closed, which shall bo done at 4 P. M., proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each and every candi date for office, and after counting same they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes furnished by the commit tee, sealing up the boxes as required by Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid for external use. Zcmo gives instant M.BRUCE clicf and permanently cures any form is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county. mujeoi io me action 01 tae jeuiocrauo )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All rty. Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, JAMES C. HAYS taller ,it candidate foraction abject to the Of Stanford, Kentucky. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. L. PENNY'S DRUG jariy. nf Lincoln county. ot the Democratic G. STORE. I Surplus, Resources, 3: H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON. PRESIDENT H. 33,330.00 340,000.00 C BRIGHT, CASHIER, O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER M. FARM FOR SALE W. J. The farm of 110 acres, of good blue grass lai.d, b Ing one mile North ot McKlnney.on and the Hlaufonl pike. Iinprotements tion for Jailer ot Lincoln county, subject to fnnrlnff cnoil; olentv of water nnd fruit. tne action 01 tue uemocraiio party. lull" AIo iti acres of HmtaTcd land oneplenty Kastof McKlnney; half under fence: grow or wilier ana goou louieco mini. . C. ALLEN J.A.UIVKNH.Agent. ngcrop. Ky. McKlnn-I . n mniltrintf for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty, subject to tho action ot the Democratic DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina- DIREOTORSt re y, J. U. Owsley, Stanfonl; S. John 1J. Ciush, ptrtr. FOLEY I. it candldnte for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty.subject to the action ot the democratic party. A. OUDDERAR Isncnndldatefornsiessorof Lincoln Coun ty subject to the action oi tne iieuiocrniic i J. W. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Stanfonl; J. 11. Paxtnn, Stanfonl; W. II. Traylor, Gillicrts Creek; II. L. Hiilililc, Lancaster; W. II. Ctiintnius, Preachenvillc; Lilhuru Gox;h, Gillierta Creek. II. Shrink, Stanford; Geo. V. Crtrtcr, Stanford; Foster, Stanfonl; W. II. Slinnko, Stauftml; John F. J. I desire to sell nrltatelv mv slock of Clrif cerlt'sand Hardware. l)nlni! a koM busi ness. Will Intolce hIhmH M,''"J. Il'iiion 111 Health. t.KO. D ltOi'l'i:K,Mtiinford. Ky Jirst JVas Tfational ffiancj Stanford, Jfcy. part. WALLIN Is a candidate for Awswr of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. W. D. scientific preparation foi external use. Stops itching instantly rut destroys the rerms that cause skir riiteaars. Eczema rJicklv yields and ir permanently cured "by this remarkabli ZE MO. Eczema is Curable Orsamxtd. SS2. Capital Stock, SSO.OOO. Surplus and QndiviiJttf !Profiti, SO.OOO. S M.OWENS L.j!.! .11 Isncanlldiite for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot tne Democratic W. S.BURCH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county. Mihject to tliu action of the Democratic party. M. F. NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county, subject to tho action, of the pie. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. n.....i. Uffil. fnr Ama paid in 'Dividends since 0ryanizaiin, S21, 500. SnvUe 7eu sfeeounts on Our OFFICERS. Penny's Drug Store. PHILLIPS BROS., 4 Stanford, Ky. B FURS Hides anil Wool Wild Cineer, nuLLk--d LcuIinBe" IVa Buv kvi-ii- ' Qlsyf---'X.'- .M&V'i'S .l xm tm Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax. Ciasenz. ' Colden3eJ,(YeIWR:m).MayArpIc. We are dealers I Orer hslf a century in io 1656 and can do better for you Ihsa etc agents or comimaaoo merchuts. Reference. nr Dolin LouimBe. Wrilc for wrcUy price list sad iripcus Ugt. IN. Sabels&Sonsi 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE. KY. law, and, within two days thtreafter, the sheriffs and judges of election will deposit the boxes with the chairman of the county committee at the court house in Stanford. The officers of the election in each precinct will make and sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and ev- ery candidate for office in tho precinct, and place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in tho ballot boxes. Gth. Tho returns are to bo made to the chairman of the county committee, and should he be absent from the county, then to the secretary of the committee, at the court house within two On the next days after the election day after the election the county committee shall meet and canvass the returns of the election and mako certifi- 3. O. CAFtTER, New Llvor Dopot Stroot, STAIN! (Hi . I 7ris Phono 90, Democratic party, l. KENTUCKY. T. I. HILL. JR.. Unit! your measure taken by a tailor of experience. Then )nir clothes, nhethera lost ireiliiiittui; ,i.j. price business suit or the llui-s- l rtenlng clothes, will hate that Indli (duality and lit M. C. 8AUFLEY w.ilcti plainly Indicate they were mnde to measintnsure. I will also take Is it candidate for circuit Judge of this, the jour for eitrn trousers, inner tour ure iets, top 1.1th Judicial district, subject to the ncllou coals aim otercoats. ran and winter samof the Democratic party. ples on band ready for .tour linivtloti. II. 0. IltH'LKY. Ton Tailor, Stanford, Ky. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this, the subject mil district, party. to the action of tho Democratic Is n candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of tho When Ordering Clothes S. locker, I'rcsMent. S. T. Harris, John . Mclioberti, Cashier. II. C lUughman. Assl. Cash'r V W.Suunders.Doolleeper. DIRECTORS. J, II, Uaughman, J. M. 1'ellui, S. II, ltauRhman, J. 1. Cumm'ns, S, T. Harris, James Kobinson, T. P Hill, J. S Hocker, C. K. Tate. Reid, M D. Iilmure. K If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky, subscribe for the J, LBeazley&Co., CHARLES A HARDIN, cate thereof. 7th. The secretary of tho committee of Mercer county. Is u candidate for Attorney of tills, the 1:1th Juis directed to give notice of this elec- dicial district, subject tu the action of the democratic party. tion as is required by law. G. L I'enny, Chm'n. JOHN C. PEPPLES. J. B. Bailey, Sec'y. flRKFSflRt UndcrtaKers and Embalm Also Dealers in Mattings.RugB. They will exchange Furniture for 1) Kinds Give of Block, Them a Call. Prices Right. Mrs. HcRaneys Mrs M Experience. Is n candidate for Assessor ot Lliicolneoun-ty- ; subject to the action of the democratic The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky. Trade. Write for price and particulars to G. B.Pruitt, Moreland. Mahony & Rankin, Special line of Rugs, Druggets and Rockers for the Holiday .entucHy State Journal, party. er. Fur-nitur- e, McUaney, Prentiss, Miss., writes: "I was confined to my bed for three month? with kidney and bladder trouble, and was treated by two physicians but failed to get relief No human tongue "au tell how I sullercd, and I had given up hope of over get ting well until I began taking Folej 's Kidney Itemedy. After taking two bottle I felt llko a new person, and feel it my duty to toll suffering women what Foley's KIdnoy Itemedy did for me." New Stanford Drug Co. W, W. WHITE Is it candldnte for Assessorof Lincoln county, subjeit to tho action of tho Democratic party. JAMES P. BAILEY Is a candidate for Judge of the (Lincoln county court, subject tu the action of the Democratic party. INSURANCE, Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. l.o.s-ay-lu- g W. P. WALTON, &Vm7ifiX3S&l Frankfort, etsjm; Ky-- W. H. SHANKS for llepre-seiitatlIs a candidate for of Lincoln county, subjtct to the action of tliu Democratic party. THOMAS GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Twenty-ono shuep STANCH! I). - KENTUCKY. Nunnellty. lor sale. L. P. J. C. McClary, 8V " ' Undertaker.' Ernbalmor and Doaler In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY. OaBca quickly healthwillcome to you again. Test It and see ! Sold by Penny's Drugstore, Foil Sale. 1 10 good, young ewes, J. J. Thompson, Prenchersvllle. Fore Sale -- Finely bred Plymouth Mock cockerels. Mrs. It.,H. Crow, It. F. I) No. 2 box 23, Shelby City. Lancistkk Court. A good crowd attended Lancaster court Monday and J. D. SWOPE considerable business was transacted Is a candidate tor circuit clerk of Lincoln 250 cattle on the market VI the ciiuuty, subjict to the action of the Demowere disposed of. Some extra cratic party. gjod cattle sold at lie LESLIE ANDERSON Don't drug tho Stomach, or htimu-lat- o Is n candidate for circuit clirk nf Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Demotho Heart or KIdnoys. That Is cratic party. wrong. It Is the weak nerves that aro crying out for help. Vltallo theso A. R. WALLACE weak Inside controlling nerves with Is a candidate for Coroner of Lincoln counI)r Shoop'i Itestoratlvo, and seo how ty, subject to the action of the Democratic primary Keb.il, llmu. good two-third HlKllt of the lending companies of the orlil rciirt'.entt'd. lloinnete In rati s Willi W GOOCH all the companies of the world. Is a candldnte for Jailer of Lincoln county, record iiu.urpasl. Neier had it law subject to the action of tliu Democratic suit In the history of this ugenc). party. prompt!) pain aim wiwioui uiscouui, no waiting ill dais for t our money. Ilefurti In suring. call on GARLAND SINGLETON Isiicnudldntefor Huperlntendent of Public MAHOINY Hcliools of Lincoln county, subject to the uttlouof tho Dvinocrullu party. 'J lie IiirMirunco Men of Hlaufonl. JAMES F. HOLDAM Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county, subject to the mtloii of the Demo cratic, party. 8 RANKIN, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good Returning Vntil May 31st, Write fcr rates and loW.r II. C. KING. C.P.i., 101 Weak Women 1909 E. Halo St.. LaMngl.n. Ky. W. M DUDDERAR To weak and ailing women, there U at least on way to help, hut with that war, two treatments, must ba combined. One Is local, on Is constitutional, but both are Important, both eovuilUl Dr. Snoop's Night Cure la tlw Loral. Dr. Ehoop's Ittistoratlre. the OonsUtuUonal. Tb lormer Dr. Bhoop's Night Cure 1 a topical mucous inembrana suppository remedr, whlU Dr. bhoop's lcVstoraUfa Is wholly an Internal treat mc&t. Tha ItestoraUr reaches throufbout tha entire system, seeking tha repair 01 all narre. all Ussue, and all blood ailments. Tha Nlibt Cur", as Its turns Implies, does lta work w hlla you sleep. It soothes sore and Inflamed mucous surfaces, heals local weakuosse and discharges, whllo iho HustoraUra, eases usrroui azdument, gives renewed vigor and ambition, builds up wasted tissues, bringing about ren.wed strength, vigor, and energy, laka Dr. Bhoop's hestonttlve TabUis or Liquid oTu genaral tonla tothasriUuB. for poslUra local halp.uMU wall urfnBMUirautOT 1 r -- ri t . .s.i iim SAFEST AND QUiGKESI WAV TO TRANSFER MONEY ssssssxaEssaaaassaaaaaaEaaasssaaaasaaMaaaaasBBBaBBaauaBsaaasHB Phone, 167. H onu I'hone 34. tho death list In Messina and Ueggio, as a result of tho earthquake, will reach 110,000 and the total number of deaths is estimated at anywhere from 150,000 to 200,000. It is believed that of the Hus- tonvllle district. subject to theuctluiiof the iwmooruvu jutriy. JAMES McKECHNU Isucundldnte for Magistrate In Htauford District, subject to tha uctlon of tliu Demo cratic party. la it candidate lor magistrate Dr. vShoop's PENNY'S DRUG Cure STORE. 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