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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 5, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909010501_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 5, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i VOL. XXXVI. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 6. 1909. MIDDLEBURG. Sixty-five NO. 87. HUSTONVILLE. Among the many Xmas visitors to Hustonvillo nono was moro cordially welcomo than Uev. Steven II. Lander nnd his charming wife, of Illoomllclil. Ky , who were guests of Gcorgo I). at Hotel Wo&th'rfonl Woatherford Many delightful cntcrtainmrnth wuro clvcn In their honor. On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mm. Chan. Wlfder nnlnrlnlnoil nt II llOAUtlflll dinner With Kev. and Mrs Lander us tho honored guests. The decoration of Xmas greens '! " were very elloctive. uovers for 1G. Later In tho evening Kev I.an-dcIn n most Impressive manner christened b loving cup presented by tho Fre.bytcrian Snbhnth School to thplr licloved duperintendent, Mr Charles Wheeler, ami us tho CUP pfsed . from L'uet to truest each expressed a loving wish for tho health and happiness of Mr. Wheeler. r. NEWS NOTES. KINGSVILLE. Xmas tho quietest in years. Alex Dunlap nnd Miss Emma IJoutrn wero quietly married by G. II. Cannon on the 27th. Our school opened for the spring term Jan. Ith, with E. G. Gilliland as one of tho teachers. If our county officers would visit us us often after they are elected as be- foru wo would have a model town. M. S. Uaughmun, Josh Swope, Dae Allen und other candidates, too numer ous to mention, have been here telling tho voters what they would hku for them to do on the Glh of Feb. W. M. Lane camu very near meeting death hero by being caught in tliu machinery at the pump huuse, at which hu was working, but his wife being present pulled him out of tho machinery, thus saving his life, he was badly bruised but no serious injuries were sustained M. W. Allen is working as agent dur- Mngiatroto's court brought quito nn; persons, according to tho array of witnesses, litigant and others Coroner's report, committed sulcldu in to town Fafnrday. Louisvillo in the year 1008 Tho ?ptit i; term of Mlddleburg NorHeach Hurgis, who killed his father, mal College will open Tuesday. Mrs. Judge James Hnrgls, nt Jackson, wns Laura I.eu will have charge of the teach- - granted bail in $25,000, which ho readera course. ily gave. Kl'.. x. Dr. Hhoop's lloaUh Coffee UN line In flavor and Is made in just ono minute. N, tedious Made from 11 nr Til mlnntei tiollliiir pure parched grains, malt, nuti, ete. Sample fiee. Hold by Penny's Drug Store. yctmudo Is Tho cleverest Imitation of real ColTeo PUBLIC SALE TTKHlAY.J.N.5,l,.'. 1 J will wllnt imtillo miction nt tint olil 1'. on K. 1'nrrlili ilr lmrfi iiml iiiul. trilTti folio Imtt J'"" lion iikoii. Iiukk iiml Intro uf l,",;!'." T Tilwrrrl.iit corn, lot ml Imr. 9" furniture, ktlclini tiMilrr. limiavliukl milr known on ilnjr ' 1"; rlc Ten J I t IClJilSlk" rrtMiclicmllt) Ky "; 1 Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Oourt. iliitoll 'r Iron gry,tlin otlnrnrlii-.inut- In MitLfy plain-tif- f Tliaobjwt of theuili'li JuiliimiMit nunimt ttifilrlMHlniil lortl.-mi- l tlivi.ou of WU. with B r will triini 4nn. lit IK i. mlijfct to n cnillt- ! I of ilntf Mnrcti Iitli, l'nnil tinP7nofilHti July lt. W. mid thf ro.t.of llil. l U1 ' on n crwllt of TKIIMM. Tli iint tor thn-- iimnlhi. lUiml ltli kimkI til. nurcliBM lirtn- ni,iill. In nt lntrr,;l Irooi tli ivr n Ivnrllit wlltlwriiiilnlol tin iurclm, H.T llnrrln. Plaintiff. v Col. W. Unlmni, lferciutnnt. Notice ol Hulr. Ht Juilmiu'lil r; hip-ni- l Aa tllrcrtnl ly .1... v.MiiilM.r lirm lun.lll ttlnUlit3lHl uniliTilitiuM fiiurl nml iictlim, tlii J VN MTU. 1 w nt nlmut 1 r. .. In (runt of lb iloor in Htnufuril. Knituckr,oBr lorjnlf lit l Mililrr nubile outcry to .Ii IiIkIimI himI ulil, oim an 'hm ilwut two innrv iiml . lntrt if - J. II. I'ANTOV. n.4. I. 1' l Valuablt Mill And Dwelling For Sala! r term, IW. hi'lrt nitiilnn l M l.ll'l"- itilmlulitrHtiir. iiiiiiinlliiilwr III lit i'lc tlieuu b .uiMil.Mi.V,JS l.WW. U ntwutSiMihl Iroiitof tile mill tn li mUIIc tn llu.toinlle. ouiety to the lor Ml m Kr hUli- -t niiil bet blil'l' r the foiioKliiit Jirop-erlIn ltulwitlllf. I.lniolo . ount, Ky: n lotof three urn loiitnliillis Hunr. iitory, Ir.iinf.iloellliiit hiiu.e of i rixini,. 'll, I tt iKir.tn-i- , Jlnill. mill cellar; nml oiitliullilini!.. Iiu iiulliu it luriie hen houne.i te., nil lKirn.crll,inoke-liou'- . of mo.lernili.lKii hoJ In excellent reimlr. Till lot l iKiiinileil on the .North nn.l W el by thelnmlof frliili liuno.onlhe llii.l by tin) lauiUof John DliiHKlilleiiiiil Mm. llrenl Ibtrnetl, nml on the Mouth by iiniln trwl. hkciiNo. A fruuie crl.l inllliinil elevator, eiUllMil Willi the lllo.t IlloJern Illni'llllleO, t reimlr iiml riinnlnitonler. kiiIi III ii i'tiuclty of 74 Imrreli, the output of lileli enuui. inouiilllrmut reptitiitlon thatpfmo mill In therttnte. Tii locution i IkiiIi forthe purchneol Krnlii imiliun irsit for lh HUH iniiliufttcture. the North l on The mill lot l IhiuiuIihI by lhe luuU of ). mulimlreet, on I lie !. biml, St Kre,on the Honth by the Ailuin niul outhe West by toe iiinil ol John lUi-w- i IiIIhiiiiiI eoiil tliitiiixuit two tiere.. The fcreicotiitf l'lni iIivmiiih property ilewrlUnl In tliuJuUKiiivat rheobjeetot thetnle l for n etll.'ment of thtfe.tnte of l(. M. I.lpp nml dlllou of j th urilUiiinioii hl hlr lei will hematic on namm of.U moiitha The purehu.un will Iki for I nil toittw Uinilt wtlli Komi Hie imrchiite price. Ik'iirluit rt kt cent, from tun tint" of nlu until mhl, thel'ominlmloiier, Imxtuit the force mil ulTet't of u JuilKuieut, nml also tecuretl Ii.-- lieu on the property nolil. Itt'r'L'H . l.ll'IM,Hieolal'oiniiillouer. - of tbf l.lniolii lnolMillme tun liiilitni-'cliii nrcuHfourl. rtoiKntl ut tlw I'. M. I.lpp, In tlieiaiMi of nt rlnl .IIr y to V ei-ellen- ei-llii- l I'I rKiiMH.-Theii- n-- ml Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln (Urcult t'ouit liefeiiilsuta. Nnplur anil ilo n in. , Auuii Niiplcr mid Ilenly tit., rialnllll. Notice of . fe , lVrtoiiut to ii judgment of the Lincoln t)liil Circuit Court lu the ubow term, nctlon, llrv the r,'ii ili nil ul thu NowiiiIkt lliulerilitnuil Mnater UoniinUilouvr will oil MONDAY, JAN. 11T1I, luw, U'twitn the hour of unit 1 o'clock e, ... In front of the 111 tho town of Mtalifotil. Ky, ell at publlo outcry to the hlthel nml rial h t tildiler, luulollowliiifileM'rltKHl i telu Lincoln County, Ky. Trait No. I, on thu water of Cellar Creek In Lincoln atone In thu County, Ky., hetilunliiif ut Houlh eilKe of liit county ruuil, ci ner to Ilrout, tlieuce with thu county road Tlnn. a pole, h on W N pole, thence N .15 W 11 II intone theme rouil, 4 V St pilc to Hue H on North f, W )t lilu uf Ihuncuiinew poll', to intone 111 lluuot D)u. '1tlieuoe hMM Dpolea ton ulilke, corner to hot. Ilrvut'a one acre lot, thence wlthaamoN u Klipolea Hill 91 lluka to H Huke corner to nine, llienco Hmi K It oles mid V link tu n atnke to line of llrenl. thence hla lint) N V K 17 17 tioleatothu Ih'KIiiuIiik, mid culltiituliiK iiereaof lantl,uiid belinj theaame land own-oi- l by Dun Naplerdurlnu Ilia lifetime. Tract No. , cnuilalliiK uf II acrea 1 rod and ft Kilea of Knob laud lu Lincoln county, Kyaud iKjuiKleiltlHK.Ix'nliinlnL' utii while n Knai oik and num. corner toufthebrunch,aide uf H I hence path and on Wuat aide u mi VI' ui oole tolwu oolihira un thu tou of rolnter'a Hiiur, tlivucu tliurldtft known nluiiii auld rl.diiu with said wo. d lane N !', W Mipolea 10 lluka tou bank hull way down nana ui ihiku oi will rliltie to turvu 41 W II iiolea llltlu puth, j take where thence N buah, chcatuui to a noil ii aarvla black ouk pointer were callisl for, tliu buah eor-nlaitouii but the oaka lire allll atandliiK, M7 W totleo. Djutmu.H, thence hi line 3J pole to two white oak nt little road, Jlno N )i W 1M (Kile to n thence with ntuk' within two ftc 11 while o.ik ut e.lK of u Uratich, Hiiinrkvd in olnter, Ihviico up tho brunch 13 W IYimiIc T link toM white tY oulcoii thu mlit ol h brunch, thence lining to tho 11 pult Thuaute v"IIhi nude on a c nil It of alx iiicr.ti.ii-- J ihe purchaser w.ll iw ri'iiulntl bollj with lMxocutin the pwrcluue upprotett perauual price, imyublo to cclirlty for thttComuilalouel,Hiucent,uvuriiiit lutvrvat ut per uuiium from thu rate of ili pey) VlBteolmle. The ilmrc ui tho Infant Uw f..iwi.m will not Iw imld. but will remain a the until tho K1 llenou the land b)' aectlon vxroutloit ofCivil uf thu huud required Codo. The two trcl ubovo tuvutlomd will to wM .tpara. fl 0c 1 cue-iu111 l'i. Penny's Drugstore. ulioctlons. COc and 91. Trial boltlo ut Howling Green Messenger does fieo. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Tho Driven to jealous desperation bo- not claim to bo so much better than its Store. cause his sweetheart, Ida Williamson, neighbors, but it didn't print nny fool uttended a party ut tho homo of Chas. Tim flirht mrntnat thn AtntiuniH tirn Harris, near Chandler, Ind., with Al letters to Sunta Claus, says Ed 0. hibrtion law was opened Saturday in mond Timmons, Ed Strickland shot und Leigh. a potition filed by lawyers of Montarmy, us he gomery In tho United States Court. killed his sweetheart, seriously woundInstead of joining tho and took his own life. Btated ho was going to do, Thomas Lin-le- The petitioners arc tho Cook Hrewing ed Timmons I'aducah, went to Golcondu, HI., Company of Indiuna, who allege that of The Management Committee of tho und committed suicide. tho law will mean a loss to them of Generul Federation of Trade Unions of Great Britain estimates tho unemployed Moro than i.OOtf.OOO persons, living In $125,000 a year In business. of the United Kingdom at 1,500,000, of 100 cities, obtuln wuter fur domestic If you will tuko Foley 'sOHnoLaxu- - whom 600,000 are Bkillcd workers. and Industrial purposes from tho great tlvu until tho bowels become regulur lakes. Pains of women, head pains, or uoy you will not huvo to tuko purgatives Father John, of Cronstadt, tho most constantly, ait Foley's Orlno Laxa palu stopped In 20 minutes sure, with powerful priest In Kusola, died at St. tive positively cures chronic coustlpa. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See Petersburg from u complication of tloa and sluggish liver, Pleurant to full fnrmnla nn iLVi. llnr. SnM lie Penny's Drug Store tuko. New Stanford Drug Co. Drug Stole. m y, Tho telcphnno exchange has hcen Tho two masked highwaymen who moved Into Win. Whiat's store. P. I.. held up 2o men near Tulin, Okla., wero J ones, the operator, nas quite n cozy captured by if posse of ollicers and lando(ll80 lhero ed In jail. Mr. mill Mrs. J. T. Short have gone t postage rate agreement Tho t' housekeeping at Yosenilto. John S. nrranged between tho United States Coulter has moved into tho Cow, nnd the German postal authorities reproperty ho bought of .1. 1. Hubble. cently, went into effect Jan. 1. II C Kites an I Miss lletslo I'igg In her testimony at Flushing, N, ., were made ono liy Uev. J. S. Taylor on Mrs. Mains, mother of Thornton ll.tins, Christmas eve. The groom is a Hon of on trial for tho killing of William E O II. Kstet and his brido is thu pretty Atims, sworo tlut her son was irrationof Capt. A. II. al. of Yosomlto Tho forthcoming treasury statement The meeting at tho Methodist church, of tho government receipts nnd expendwhich began some two weeks ago, is itures will show n deficit for tho first 'still in progress and will likely continue six months of the current fiscal year of through this week. The congregations approximately fOI.'S.lGJ. ing Dunna way's honeymoon, Mr, J. L. President William Dewltt are small at thu morning services, but of Johnson, who has been on tho sick list! fairly good nt night. Howdoin College, announces the receipt for some time Is ablu to bo out again. Jcsto Fogle spent the holidays with of a holiday gift to the college of about Mr. C. lirown, who fell from his housu his sister, Mrs. Spurgeon Simpsin, nenr $300,000. Thu donor wishes for tho top and was badly hurt, is better. John Covington. (5. I'. Pogle rcturneil Sat- present to remain unknown. Wall has returned from thu far west to urday to his home at Vinta, Okla. C. of Atlanta's "near beer" visit his parents at this place. I. Montgomery nnd 11. C. Moore, of dealers announced that with the end of Prof. A. 11. Long and wife, of Liberty, attended magistrate's court the old year they closed their saloons visited this place Xmas. Mrs. here Saturday. Kberlcu Martinis quite for all time. This uction was taken be- J, It. Gooch, of Stanford, spent Xmas low with consumption at his hon.u at cause1 they claim that they can not af with her daughter, Mrs. E.G. Gilliland. Yosemite. Uev. J. L. Owens Is on the ford to pay tho $200 license required. Misses Maud and Iilrdie Brown and Essick list. George King wns hero from One hundred upossums, with tho usual ther Murphy visited friends at Eubanks. Liberty. Clever Dick Young has been accompaniment of sweet potatoes, will T. F. Dunnaway and Miss liertha CBshler of the Farmers De gracu tho banquet tablo of the Atlanta Thompson surprised their many friends posit Hank here for another year, Chamber of Commerce on tho evening by going to Tennessee and being made of January 15, when President-elec- t one. The bride is the pretty and popWet or Dry. Tuft will be tho guest of honor of tho ular daughter of Dr. and Mrs C. M. Thompson and the groom is tho clever In spite of tho lesson of the last State city. State-wid- e prohibition laws went into station agent and operator at this place. election In Kentucky the question of Miss Addie Haggard, aged 24, was "Wet or Dry" still seems to be nn act effect Jan. 1 in three Southern States -ive forco in Kentucky Kihtics. fraught North Carolina, Mississippi nnd Alaba- run down and killed by tho North bound with the same danger to party success ma. Georgia is the only other State mail train at the North end of Fishand carrying with it more bitterness wherein statutory prohibition exists, ing Creek trestle Wednesday, Dec. 30. nnd moro distinctively drawn lines than thu law having been in operation one She had walked the trestle with Mrs. Geo. Higney, being told before they between Democracy nnd Republicanism. year Thu Ccnterport cottonseed house of started across that it would be'lO minIn Mnrion county in the nomination of county officers in tho Democratic pri- the People's Oil Mills nt Aberdeen, utes before the train was due. They mary, according to tho reports sunt out Mis?., collapsed and 1C Negroes who thought they could get across. No. 2 from Lebanon, the line up was between were ut work at thu time, together being ahead of time caught them bethose who favor tho saloon nnd those with the general manager of the com- fore they got across. Mrs. Higney got oppostd to it and the result was herald- pany, T. M. Foster, were caught In the out on thu side of track and saved her life by n close call. Miss Addie, thinked as a "wet" victory. In Warren debris. Polico Judgu C. W. Kucker, of Ed- - ing sho could get to tho end of trestle county, where a primary election was held by the Democrats las'. Saturday the dyville, who wns whipped by night ri- by running, started to run but was same i5iie was forced to tho front and ders last February, will move to his old caught nt tho end of trestle by getting Mr. Denhardt, the "dry" candidate for home nt Metropolis, 111., and it is said her foot fast. She was a good girl and county judge, was nominated by a hand- institute suit against his alleged assail-lant- s loved by all who knew her. Sho was for $100,000 damages. It is said a member of the Pleasant Point Bapsome majority. In other counties the sumo question'is likely to cut a big fig- the defendants will number nearly 200. tist church at which place she was laid The threatened war between the Cal- to rest on Now Year's day. Kev. J. A. ure in tho nomination of county officers preached funeral. Much In ne.trly every instance this light is lahan nnd Dcaton factions in Ilreuthilt Singleton being made in counties that uro "dry" county has been called olT. A compro- sympathy is felt for the bereaved ones and they seem to be made without a mise was effected between the belliger meeting in VersailAt an sullicie'it consideration of tho final elec- ents and by tho terms of agreement les, the Woodford Sun reports Kev. Jos. tho Judgo Tnulbeu dismissed all warrants Whero tion next November. Severance as saying that nino out of "wets" win in the primary there is a against both sides nnd they retired from every 10 in tho penitentiary laid tho Jackson. likelihood of thu ticket being defeated Robert rettifrce, u carpenter, was blame of their downfall on the liquor by tho temperance eoplo voting for the shot and killed near Hartranft, Tenn. bjsiness. Curt Jett, thu Breathitt Kcpu'jlicans and whero the driH win Petri fee was in county murderer, had told him a fuw iho nomuntion they are in danger of in a tragic manner. days ago, he said, that if it had not tho same fate by tho wets voting with toxicated and mistook thu homo of James Stevenson, a Negro, for his own. been for whisky drinking ho (Jett) . Moth sides lire fool the Itepublican.-iwould in all probability be a free man they propose to Ho tried to enter thu door of Stevening with fire unles and an honornblo citizen tho temperance question instead son's houso during tho night. Thinking make Mr Severance asked an audience of politics tho determinating mutter in burglars wero attempting entrance, Stevenson fired through tho door, kill of 700 convicts how many, if they were n tho selection of county ollicers. ing rcttifeo instantly. 1 lie utter was out, would vote to closo the saloons. News All Blood up. He then usked how many nrrested for tho deed. Former Statu Auditor S. W. linger wore in favor of open saloons and nut A Religious Author's Statehas notified Frank P. James, present one stood up. They all cither told tho ment. Statu Auditur, that tie does not consid- truth, said Mr. Severance, or, if they Tor hoveral t'Ilr, ' ,V!l'" "''l"'l1 "I'h liable for sums taken by wero in favor of saloons, they wcro kid no. troublo and U'.t Wlntar I wua er himself Judgo C. E. Hone, while Claim Clerk in ashamed to acknowledge it. Mr. Sev suddenly htrlckon with n severe pain erance, in conclusion, undo a plea for and was eonllned to bed tho Auditor's olllco during his term, tho protection of tho girls. They need in my kldno get up without nnd that the Statu must look to the eight dajs unable to it far moro than the boys, said he. A My urine eontnined a banks which cashed thu checks to re uhlstaiieo covur tho money. Judgo Hager will re drunken son is bad enough, but u thleic while M'tll'iient and I pasted is worse. sist any ellort to collect tliu money drunken hiimo frequently duy and nljjht. I from him in thu courts. eouiineneed taking Foley's Kidney President Helps Orphans. I.pinody, and tho pain gradually ubat-i'- d Hundreds o( orphans hnvo been Hold-U- p. A Horrible and llnully Council and my urltio helped by tho President of Tho Indus"About ten yeurs ago mv In tlicr trial and Orphan's Homo ut Macon, I ohcoffully rccora-mon- d became normal us "holdup-- ' in his work, hfilth und Kidney Itemedy. Foley Gu , who writes: "Wo havo used happiness by what wus bultuvcd to bo Drug Co. In this Institution for hopeless Consumption," writes W, I! Electric Hitters "hot twice lit At- Lipscomb, of Washington, N. C "Ho nine jours. Ii has proved a most exSome unknown man torney Generul Caldwell as ho was go- took all kinds of remedies and treut-me- cellent mcdclnu for Stomach, Liver Kldnoy troubles. Wo regard It ing from thu depot to his homo at Unfrom sovenil doctors, but found and prosecut- no help till ho used Dr. King's New us ono of tho best family medicines on Ho has been ion City, Tenn. oring night riders. Discovery and was wholly cured by euith." It Invigorates tho vital gans, purifies tho blood, aids diges Is awell mini hlx bottles. Ho sticngthen l'reventlcs those Candy Cold Cure creates It's quick to lelUno und tho surest tion, build up appetite. To Tablet-- , will hafely and quickly cheek thin, palo, weakchlldien and euro for weak or bo to lungs, Hemor-- i n people It has no equal. onll colds and tho Grip. Trjtheiu tinges, Coughs und Colds, Hronehltls, or Sold by l'eniiy s Best for female compluluts. Only oOo oiico and hco Lu Grippe, Asthma and ull Hronchlal :w- - I i,n two-cen- NEW! NEW! Year has begun. Our house is full of New Goods and we appreciate new trade and heartily thank our old customers for A New grand-daurfht- Wil-ov- er Mi, IId, their patronage. One-thir- d s, We Try to Give You Value Received, Call and See Us. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 'miKmmmmwfmm TiiUm im s to our reiENDS: nnti-saloo- For the favors you have extended, we desire to thank you and express our wish for acordiall'business relation during the year 1909. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. 00000-300 H. HIGGINS, m Stanford, Kentucky. J Special Prices -- oroBric-a-Bra- nt Queensware. Lamps. c, Silverware, ." -- Carving Sets. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Candies and Nuts. -- run-dow- 1 GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. If you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and madejfrom the Best and Pur- -' est Drugs, Call on me. fill- W. B. McRoberts,0 . . h ,.'iU" f...J-.-- . f-- . .M T Pi'. .L .J- - The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON as Judge J, ly M. Benton overwhclmlnR defeated J. Smith Hays for the Jem ocrntlc nomination for circuit Judge in the 25th or Richmond district, carrying all except two of the CO precincts. In their home county of Clark, Judge Ron- denly at Nicholasvifle. ton got 1,306 votes to Mr. Hays' 531, Mrs. Gcorgo Likings, wife of n promwhich shows the high esteem in which inent Boyle county farmer, gave birth the judgo is held in his home. We con to triplets two girls and a boy. gratulate Judgo Denton on his magni John Riley accidentally shot and ficent race and tho people of his dis dangerously wounded himself while puttrict on the good judgment they dis- ting his pistol in his pocket at Fork well-know- n played. Urev Woodson, editor of the Messenger, who has gotten too big for his little pants sinco ho was made National Committeeman, makes this unkind fling at tho country mem bera of tho tripod: "Tho really business-like Kentucky papers did not suspend for Christmas. Many of those that did'auspend afforded their readers much-needed ro a relief." A. J. G. Wells, of Calloway county, was appointed a member of tho Board of Control to succeed Dr. Milton Board, whose term expired The selection is a most satisfactory one to all lovers of law and order. No man in more to break up night riding than the gentleman who has just been honored by Gov. Willson. A NATIONAL mass-meetin- g Judge will be held January 7 in New York to express the sympathy ofAmerica for Italy in her prescntdistre!3. President-elec- t Taft has been asked to preside. Italian opera stars will sing and moving pictures of the stricken district will be used to illustrate a lecture by Prof. Feraro. The editor of the Kentucky State Journal, Frankfort, Mr. W. P. Walton, has been appointed a member of the Lincoln Centenary Committee by Gov. Willson. This is the second oHico Mr. Walton has ever held) the other being clerk of a Sunday school in old Virgin-i- i. y, 1 The store of Edward Mejer, of Chris-neInd., was dynamited and partially wrecked. Meyer had been active in fighting saloons and is a strong law and CHURCH MATTERS. order man. He says he will spend evRev. T. W. Barker will preach at ery cent he can command in an effort Neals Creek Sunday at 3 P. M. t) bring the guilty parties to trial. Rev. C. W. Campbell has been called church The Missouri Legislature will con- to the pastorate of the Christian under Bcctlon 4IM of tho Kentucky Hlntntc s mild hy IheHherlrTof hriTlnit heretofore. Lincoln enmity inr inxea uuc uniti rstnie nnu county, nnd lild In for the Htnteof Kentucky nnd the county of Lincoln, nnd not lielntr redeemed wlthliitltnc prescribed by law. t'ndcrit rcctlons of the Audllo' t lit Auditor' Xgi'iit Isnuthnrlied to receive, from t In- former owner, or persons now rlnlmlnit mid land by purchase or otherwise, tint nmount of hacktnxrs, costs, pcnnlllcs.etc.iil Ridge, Iiell county. anytime before the snle, In which et cut snld Ray Farmer fell from an L. & N. property will not Nt oll Stanford District White. train at Corbin and was instantly killed. lick Hayslrtt 18 acres Ho was a of John Jones, the Morru Fred town lot hotel man of London. ( C D Dawes 25 acm Bob Stovall was given a life sentence W A Hubbard lot by the Knox circuit court on the charge Wm Lrasure 4 crr of killing Officers Smith and Brooks in the fight at Artcmus some weeks ago. i John Offerman 121 tern John Scarbrough 66 acre Shelby Best and Gilbert Tyler, neigh-- 1 David E Stone ISO acres bor farmers of Boyle, quarrelled over a i'jiugol Menrer 15 acrei trivial matter and foucht. Tvler beinc W B Barnei town lot stabbed in the lung. He nlso was stab--' Joe Grant Town lot bed In tho abdomen and left shoulder. ' Tom Lraiure 14 actei Much has been very nnnronriutelv J W Oak. 2 acre. said of the able and fearless manner in G Yufer 3 acres which County Attorney J. E. Robinson Albert Christopher home and lot in- -. prosecutes criminals and guards the John W Bright I42acie. cv-- ; te rests of the county. We endorse LB Cook 3 acre. erv word of it and cive notice that it Willum Chumley 3 acre. would bo folly to try to defeat him next Colored. I Solen Craig lot November. Lancaster Record. Shelby Wood. 4 acre. After an examining trial lasting three Jesse Myers house and lot days, George Miller and his son, Taul- Key Stewart 3 I 2 acre. bee Miller, were held to nnswer under Miller Anderson I lot bonds of J5.000 each, chareed'with the Eliiabeth Crow I acre killing of Jno. Chadwell at Viva, Laurel county, on Christmas day. Ben Miller, j Jim Coffey Willi lav. I acre another son, was dismissed. In default Squire Mtggtn. I acre i of bond, both men remanded to jail. Deputy United States Marshal Mayes. I Wyatt H.ll 3 acre. McMullin 2 acre. of Owsley county, with a posse ha.ii Joe LMorris 6 acre. Wm gone to Stearns with warrants to arSam Rout 4 acre. rest Perry Simpson and his lieutenants. 7 acre. Dick Rout Mayes has the reputation of being one Sam and Did Rout 3 acre. of the most fearless men in the Ken Chat Simpson 3 acre. tucky mountains, and it is predicted Grant Burdette I acre that should Simpson and his crowd reKale Git ens 10 acres sist arrest, more bloodshed will folWilliam Jones 2 lots low. Bill Jones lot The People's Bank of Mt. Vernon. WallaceTudor. Heis lot incorporated as successor to the bank Tho Bailey 41 acres of the same name, which was a branch Harriet Carr 14 acres of the Citizens Bank of urouhead, openBell Jones lot ed for business Jan. 1 in its splendid Oilier Ball town lot new $6,000 building. It starts with a Mack Montgomery I acre capital of $20,000 and deposits to the Amanda Wood 4 acres amount of $40,000. U. G. Baker is Dick Bailey 41 acres president and M. B. Salin, cashier. Mt. Bell Embry town lot Vernon has two banks, both solid instiLogan Whitley 10 acres tutions. Will Green 5 acres I NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Jack Price, aged 78, Is dead in the Woodstock section of Pulaski. Miss Gertie Pollard, aged 17, Is dpftrl ThMini1nl(ncil ,Amlltnr'i Agent In nnd i:rMiuj rv iiursimiik m uin-vat Lancaster after a long illness. t Ions'iuiii thtt Auditor ofthoHtnle of Ken- from Miss Artlo Morgan, of tho Mt. Olivet tucky, win on MONDAY, JAN. 1, M. section of Casey, is dead, aged CO. e m., o'clock R. M. Barry has bought for $5,000 Itentnnlnn ntl Htiinfonl. r.Kv.. nt the mihllr sell nt door 111 outcry to tli highest nnd licit Milder for tho Bosworth Block at Middlesboro. In Imml the rent ctnti hereinafter Lcrov English, n farmer ensh mentioned. Tlio title to snld Innds hnvlnir nnd a former deputy sheriff, died sud- X'ested In the (.'oniinnnwcnlth of Kentucky IIT court-hous- PUBLIC SALE Milton Hrynnlds IWIncres Btcve IliM.ell in ncres Heorest W Trusty i ncres D Vmiitht lot Hfinioelwilkcrson tot I" Ii Ailnms II ncres Henry ,nirS ncrcj K Mnrtlna ncres Wllllnm Mnson ncrea l'o.lnsper I ncrrt John Mnrtln 4U acres T II Md'orinark acres Henry Reynolds Sncrrs I'Huiith town tot ncrea Fox Win (looch 111 ncres Thos Duncan nacres WW Preston 1 ncres Colored. ISS 'A Ste R" Shoes." - I vene Wednesday. The session promises to be a warm one as it will elect a United States Senator und a lieutenant governor. The contest over these two offices promises some political entangle- at ments. The Railway Age says that there were 3,214 new miles of railroad laid la3t year, against 5,212 in 1007. This is not so we come to consider that a panic covered the land like the waters do the'great deep. bad-whe- interesting. Mt. Vernon. Rev C A. Tague. Kentucky Confer ence Evangelist, will preach at tho Methodist church next Sunday morning and night. He spent five or six years in Japan. His sermons will be very The temperance people are jubilant over the fact that 11,000,000 gallons less whisky were made last year than the year previous. David M. Sweets. D. D . pastor of the First Presbvterian church of She!- bvville. has been elected to the editor ship of the Christian Observer, publish ed in Liuuiaviiit-- , Miiu n 13 iukiuj iiuu- able that he will accept. The meeting conducted by Rev. Har bin and Guice closed Friday night. The visible results were not as great as some meetings that have been held here but we believe time will prove that it did more eood than many others at which there were a largo number of conversions. There is a better feeling among the pastors of the various Mn. Bryan is popular in Borden coun.vhnvBolten cIo9er toirether. while ty, lexas. tie got every vote cast in1 many wno nave never iriiiraii'u rciri;- that county at the November election. ion and others who have done so and fallen bv the wayside, have been put to thinking ai they were never before. POLITICAL. Revs. Harbin and Guice are Godly men. At a meeting of prominent democrats The former is perhaps the ablest preach meeting here, atTopeka, Kansas, Bryan's election to er ever engagad is in nsweetest singer the latter the the presidency in 1912 was advocated. .while evangelistic field that wo .know in the President Roosevelt has sent to Con- of. His solos were sublimely beautiful gress a message urging a liberal ap- while his choir leading was excellent. propriation for the relief of the earth- Immense crowds attended their every service and many times standing room quake sufferers. was above par. It was a great meet"Representative Theodore E. Burton ing and the good accomplished by Revs. was Saturday chosen Republican nomi- Harbin nnd Guice's sojourn here is nee for United States Senator from worth much to the community. They will begin a meeting at Middlesboro Ohio by the joint caucus. The election next Sunday and the people of that will be held January 12. thriving little city should turn out en- Congressman Theodore E. Burton, of masse at the first service, it will be Cleveland, will be the next United at Middlesboro as it was here, the longmeeting lasts, tho larger the States Senator from Ohio, Senator For-ak- er the crowds. and Charles P. Taft having withdrawn from the contest. Mr. Burton Simple Remedy For La Grippe wille be declared the nominee on Jan. Racking la grippe coughs that may pneumonia 12th. over into develop The attendance at the New Year's night are qulckiy cured by Foley's reception at the White House broke Honey und Tar. The sore und last year's record, over 6,000 people belungs are healed and strength ing present. The diplomatic corps was ened, und a dangerous condition U headed by the Italian Ambassador. The quickly averted. New Stanford Drug Chinese Minister was not present, ow- Co. ing to the death of the Dowager A jpojse of United States Mnrshals and State Militia failed to locate Berry Simpson and his crowd of refugees afMATRIMONIAL. search in the Whitley ter a county mountains. It is reported that Miss Hallie Ball and George Hatcher, Simpson and his followers have made their escape. both, of Lancaster, wero married at the sss m Presbyterian parsonage there by Rev. There Is no eubo on record of a Brown. cough, cold or la grippe developing John Faulkner and Miss Maude Hat- Into pneumonia after Foley's Honey field, of tho Highland section, were und Tur has been tuken, us it euros tho Married on the 31st. Bvth are popular most obstinate deep seated coughs and young people of their section, colds. Why take anything olso. New t In the 18 years lie has lived ut Bris, Rev. Alfred Harrison tol, Tenn Bur- Stanford Drug Co. roughs, known as the "wizard parson," Robert Smith, a. deputy sheriff of has married 2,811 couples. A great many of them were elopers from Virgin- Knox county, who was shot lust week in a row with Neuroes. is dead. John ia and West Virginia. Ward, a Negro, who was shot by Smith Tho following dispatch is sent from in tho melee,, is notexpectud to live. Lexington: Robert E. Moreland, n horseman, and Miss Ida O'Brien, The Indiana Legislature will convene daughter of tho late Dun O'Brien, mar- Thursday. It will elect a Democrat to ried in Cincinnati this afternoon. Mr. tho United States Senato to succeed Moreland is known by horseshow lov- Senator James A. IUnienway, Repubers throughout the country, having ex- lican. hibited Edna Mae, Bourbon Prince and other famous horses. He is connected Tho worst probably has been told of with the local firm of Harbison, Patter- the earthquake dead in Italy and pubson & Jewell. Mr. Moreland ii a broth- lic attention will turn now to the surer of Mrs. W. C. Shanks, of thia place. vivors. , er two-daym well-know- W II Dt acrv M(l!iln- - IS nereis Wm Kulnskoy flu uorea ICiiIm .Melton lAnrre 'T Ito.w SI nereis Ham rilnt town lot i f." .1 I'rnbOrchnnl District. William Imuxlieriy 1.1 acres Dim Diuiiheriy To acres .Mrs Knto Delaney Ml acres A. J. Denny '.".lucres Mr Manilla (loieli M acres i Addh-oUtiles 121 acres .Mrs M ) Holmes lot 1) V Holme 11M ricrea ! IK) acres (i I' I W J KliiKletoii-Jii- i acre Mm Ariuliilit Hmltli tmincres Frank Hmltli 30 acres John Stephens liiiirrea Arnold stringer ton dins Thompson 6 acres V II Werner .".meres DM Weaver M acres J II Smith Col 3 acres Win Mlllton Aiiere Wade WlllliiiiKSncret Adiiiii llelriTO iicr-lliiRgunl lli'lrn xiacren Mrt l'ell llri'ty :S ncrea W l'l liouip-onacres Wlllkon III acres romnuxlorii .'ii) stew Wren ricrea Mrs MnttltriuipMllncres Jot 1. Mrnltli liiicrca i' A llritt .1 .icr. Win iliiu rt ncrei W It liilley rllncrea llallii II. Irs I23ni'res n a Joe Gardner 10 acres Harrison Helm 2 town lots Monroe Hickman 20 acres Will Richardson I acre Lee Stewart I acre Frank Vinson I acre E Simpson 3 acres Thos Middleton house and lot Headley Carson I acre K K Ko .M. W i Jos llyril&ii nvrea James C'tiamlnTa II acres W It Cook S5 acre (HllH('ookoi) acres W It Oru ens 11 acres Holiert KiiMuuiri n7 acres ieori;u Folk IV acre II I.ureerSSSacres Mm Harali (ioslev 10 acres Milton Itamm UOacre John Hart 47 ncrea and lot Thos lloup Sfneri W II Diivo Moore It acre W II r.idirett Helm acres William Morgan lis.) acres Moritiiii Helm l.tlitcren Mml'nWierlne llrlxlit IS acres WM Itohblna 15 acres J A Itoitem HO acrei A Htrlnneruiiicrea Win TrUlerto acres Mllford VriiiKlil JO acres W II Wiirufiuiirri'si 1' K Warren V acres WT White 75 ncrei Morrow A IVnuy Yournj 10 ncrea Jncoli Z.etsler lit) acres Hnniuel Dastln IS ncrea James llaatln XI acres two tracts Oenrge W linstlii tf) ncrea II I' TlauKh ii acres HO IlrotMi IS acres John llyrd fiacres T W Dalleyuud Co 19 act es Mortlllo Deatherldgu IS acres J H Harris IS acres K Jutiez Uimcres H M Johnson as ncres Kd W Kentell SIS ncres KIIMe.Mulllino acres Davltl Moore 10 acres J t Moore V5 acres Claus Moore (Wricre (I It l'ulllnm aiaeres Win Itolilnion 10 ncres Mary Htuckler 72 acres (leorK II UptheKrovu lucres I, 11 Walls acre KllzalMtli Waters (XI acres Jos WhflelUori ISO acres Itoliert Williams HO acres Kills Yociiiii It acres Hnrnh Owsley (Jul OS acres It II Fnulcr 3 acres Halite Mornan s'liicres HH MlilllusHieu acres Frank Hiulth 1H acres J A Hpaldliitf tS acres Martin A Owens 71 acres ('has Trusty lucres J IS t'ptheurovu IIS acres John F Walls S acres . (Murk Youiik H; acres Iiiiiloiirllle. Dlktrtct-Wlil- te. (leorsin Aiken aero Jess Jackson is ncres lot t'C Mrs Mary Mc4'horil 10 acres. Milton Itoynolds 26 ncres Felix Itluhurds to acres Mull. ku HIiiKluton i acres John Wnldeii 17 acres A J Iturtun lot W 11 Harp acres (Icorg-- I Jy t acres l.ucv McOiirmuckxn acres lluzoklnh Youuu 10 acres Mrs. Halite Drown lot .Mm Florence, lioacres Win Kennedy 80 acres 1 1 1 1 Hlliia HuuKh:UL-r- llelrilitii ncres .Hlnnleton : ncret Win uexhurK District r ' :) Jus Acton "lucres J II luiiiKhvl acres II lluchley fsiacres M C Munch 40 acres M HChlpiiiau iri acres Mmn A Ciiuideii m ncres Jno Fnlconlx-rr-lid mi ncres Jos Oodliey acres DOrlltltti Psi acres K Ornliusky Ho acres K W Ornbaiii acres KUssell UixK'h 70 acres Date Hlcksiti ncres J Jnckley 40 acres Will Kll.ket Miacres Mike Konlliiiiu "t acres lieu A II Mulllns no ncres J O l'las HI acres M O Herlier aero Mrs Ander.on I acres Anion Deader SSncrc WM Denhainia ncres JaslicMllrey lucres Jus loon lown lot James Masuu SI acres H Noel nil acres W J. l'retoii J acres Nancy Wilson town lot deorite Drown acre K Caldwell nacres ll lieiilhcrliiKelf acres Ham Oooch 4 acrts Jim Jones town lot Ham McCoriiiack .1 acres Joe Thomas town lot I.1 Ywell 2 acres ltlchard Walls t acres rriincls Oak IS acres acres A Hhanks Ham Dullard St acres Date llaslin 1", acres lteue lleutly hulueand lot John Collins & acres I.Ua A J II De.iny lu acres Fraxler Heirs u acres J s Harris IS acres ltlchard Jartuau I acre O.cur McKlnney lui Mm Harah Mulllns town lot It KO'Dinr 6 stores ltlchard Itnhllisoii lot oliey ltenolds IS ncres Chasmull lot James Wi Ichlot John WlllsouUSInucre Annie Wade acres Thos WihhIs lucres Adam 1'etrev Jr S acres Mrs H'irali Ilnuuli l.trt acres Andy Drusler:S acres John llrltton Mncres .1 K Florence J rill acres (ireeti (Jotsle Heirs ii acres John W (Irlttlu in acres (I A HoKtie lisiacres Mrs M A Jeltrles iiiacrvs Mrs Hell Itlce lot J M ltohliioli tsi'rit J W Mntrlc ton so arcres Mrs M A l'arler I acre Jos Wlllard SHacres lleo I Farris im acres loutrcr Krnt lio acres Jno Adams rsincrcs Den Hlaiid 71 acres Oeorife W Camiui Sncr Wm Klni; Jiu re Henry Delaney 3 acres I'eter Itlee acre Mrs J I. Smith l;il ncres Win Curtis acres Thos Hector IIS acres Nichols. lluhliltt lucre W Diirlltlu im acres llexeklah Crane HI acres MrsM KHhlptniin l.'l acres HI. Wtalttf 7:i:n;s (Ireen ItrockTil acres Win H Miller .'si acres Jerry Wllcher il ncres DC Voiinu IU nrre W H lteynulds fsi acres Heruian HlaUKhter AS acres AIoiko Vinson ii acres Harah II Cooley 4 acres (I Hlinlnes IS acres .Mr. H J (lit ens HI acres VauKht A Iluchanau us acres llolwclaw A Menefee lucres Ohas llurfew Hal acres J K Hmltli.VI acres HH Mulllns K7 acres HiitUeu liooch l.'si ncres AiiKUtt Miller 75 ncres (1 II Mttxiy l.i acres J (1 Maslln 711 acre Mike Hpelltter i;t acre Frinl Hays A acres H II llurton 104 acres (iioriie llrentSS ncres James Duster So acres H 11 Hooch fsi acres J W Harrison l:S acres J O Harris Jr :) acres J (' Harris Hr'uacrea (Irieu KldiKM acres John McKlnney J W McKlnney IS acres llllt I'rlco town lot (I it l'etrey mi acres W M Hluiileton SI ncrt s Thos Tliuliurleson Im acres A I Wyuiali HA acres l.ucludit I'etrey Pi acres Wm Hchlndlnlianer li acres .1 M liooch IU acres John Collins acre Joe Flo.tU I acre. (1 N Htateii ivi acres J II Yocunilillicrea J II MoWhorter 70 ncrea 10 acres F 'J N Jelfrles IS ncrea J llulnes Kd Kemper Kl acres H II Walford I IA acres Will Umsure IHi acres James Lawrence 4Hucro John llliilue I acre Iritis Dale il acres Fluley lludlu town lot lieu Ferrlll Sucre Henry Johnson no acres Newman l'ntteiilacres Henry Itlitney S acres Harriett Foley its ncres HuiiKiiril llelrs to acres John Itotters :i.)acres Dick Thompson 6 acres .1 D Utility sj acres II T Knils nitcrv H D Kliiioro town lot Chns Mocker IS acre John Ilsoui ;ii acres K W My ill aci e Anthony (livens I ncio James (loode 40 acres Kate Klrkputrlck SI acres W D.Martin ill acre I leorne Ow s ley l ncre. John Haiidldtio I acre Jaines Htuttnrt lucre Wm Uickey Jr town lot William llalley lucres lieu C'iirK'ntcr 10 acres 1 1 111 Tom Wolcti Siicrps J W Akerlacres Jon Adams IS ncres! Cnrollne Alcorn HrlriSncres F.vn HrtAht i ncres . John Drown I ncre John l.ucnsl'lo.td ncre David Mooch Heirs 10 acres rnuilloiH'lilacres Oscar McKlnney lot WlllOwensJacres Clay Wllkerton I ncro Thos Htnlth I aero Nelson MasleMon i ncrea Fanny Alcorn I acre Ditthi llurton ncn Ueorste Mortoj 1 aero John Itamser lot I'hnsHteelM lot Mitchell Trice lucre .las Welch J acres Miirstaret Carter 7 acres Jo.le Woisls l ncn 7 Mlnertn Anderson ncres Thos llalley .lucres Jak" Carpenter's Holm I ncre Marlali Clojd :i aens Dan lllllililo lot Wilson Miistvraiin lucres IlenryO IlltfeSacres Auule Vardeninii lot Annie Morton acres Kd Droit u I aero District. Joe 'Acton ismcrcs Mm Htete carrier Town lot II. W. ViiUKliMsiicre. (I II Kills , acre Itoliert Fnwlerfsl ncres DO (Irlllln lid acres Will Klnir, acre Adniii I'eiret lucres J as Doners ll acres A THti'wart lu acres WlllOutsi I acre I Kd '.acres WTHUtlou lucres 1 1 Thuso are tlio C500D THINGS wo have and wu boliovo just a little liuttor tliau any ono hero can hliow you for tho aanio money. "WALK-OVEfor Men in Vici, Gun Metal and honvy Alaska Calf at $3.50 and KAXGAKOO and r $4-00- . PATKXT at .fo.00. "IlOCKIOli HOOTK12S" in two leathers, leatlu-- lined from top to toe, ?f.()0 a pair. "HONEST MIKE" Shoes ?2.f)0, Boots, $1.00. STANDARD, a high top Shoe, made by the HonI l' est Mike people, tho DRVEST SHOE ever raw, at $5.00. Ladies' Shoes, Brockport at $3.00 and .Ultra at $3.50 and $4, Vici and Patent, both Uutton and Lace. Thc--o Shoes are made by the bent workmen in. the laud, out of tho best-stocin the market, over now and easy lasts. You can't beat them. in k H. J. McROJSBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Till: (jUAHTF.Itl.Y UKl'OUT OK - Peoples Bank of flustonville, At the Close of lluslness Dec. 81, ROOURCES sreurrj Ilurtrum Nstsinal lusks liiistrom I rust (duusuIm Ilsrhlnr; House snl Let. AWtgagft Notice of Application For Pardon. AWItln,w,uwsriiiisetntiitmurtcrlii lh()lrt;ulti..urtolLinfi, county ut I he Noteiiils.r list. OtrJr(ts. Loans anj Discounts tjoiu I ;i lll) itl.KM 4.T3I leriii.iittnldriHtrt.lsMV, will ask the not wnor for iwnloii.nnd all who opjecl will notlit Hi,. ttoiernor midst nte In ulijictlons, XJ K 1$ $ li.ofti 1, s.uss jk; (Juarti rly Iletsirt nf The w 1 Kicbstiys (or (Irsrln. Ollisr ItemscarrlrJ atCish rumlliliesnJ I ixturrs Fund la istiTstcs U.t tiusii.r Currrnt lu Luirrnt Sfl Current) II l.l II to (l Sl! SI TJ 34 2.1MI Jfl 2,31 SI 1 Vaqpejburtj totalis Deposit Ih-c- Baok, 3, Jus,. 11,41 At the close n( Inisliiess Itesiiurres. mill ,11... ,...,. . r.iuss 1 l,4sS Issi.iuirt.r Give JcwrlrtKin. lecatlen. vakis snj how lone osseJ. all ifil esute rsrerl bjnkloc house asj lot. It any uwneJ lonc-s- r than tit y.jrs. n l.Wj.01 1M.TSO t V ' LIAIHtlTlCS Tls.Oeo (O CarMul StofkraUln.lncash .. sjurrtus lunj I'i W UnJItli.J I'rohts Uur Depositors at foHos,tl. su'ejvvt Us.rt.sk u. M.SNj W tshkh Interest Is not cjIJ) Deisitlts sutjeel k check (on ooooooo tthlth Interest Is palj) DeninJ certificales ot Jeposlls .cwomoo (on wt.kh Intersil Is rU Timecertllicatesol Jeposlts (on ooooo m which (merest IstvaUl) Savings Jeposlts (on tthkh In ooouo oo l.resl Is rslJI I Certi'ieJChecks ,! iiteritritits, securtd Hue irinii Millonnlllnnks Hue from Trust l'oiiiiuiuls IkiuklUK house and lot MtirtL'111'..a nther hliK'ksanil lUinds tv.n tlurrency ,,Wn I'urnlture Ciirreut Inst Utnus. llf. Vt III .ti Ufmw tin Wsl Jlfl' 0) ui lltii and how IoukowikiIjiII real estate except liuiikliiii tiousu and lot. tr any owned loiiu limn nt teurs. e.'.7,I.V 7 (llteilescrlptlou.liM-iitliiii.sislu- e'iitet "' 3.1 is ou I.W1 Sit oni nt lliieNitUmsllLsnks Due Sute llsnks anj lUnkert.. Due Trust Companies Cishler's Checks uuliunjlnc Hills UnpalJ JlvlJ'nJt . .. Tases Jue anj unralj ... iuertei lor uses Capital stxk not pa I J Sl'Pl'UMLNTAHY. Hlghtst amount ot InJetteJness ot any stockhoMer. person, company or firm In the HaMlltv ot the company or firm the lUbillty ol the InJIvlJiul members thereof) directly or Indirectly. If such InJehleJnets exceeds so percent of cap-lstock actually raij In anl actual amount of surrlus of the bank, fl.soloo How Is InJettr Jness UlJ In above Item . Morlj-sijislid collsteral, i secured? Ky.Sutules). (See bee. Illchesl amount of InJebteJness of any director or olticer, Il amount of such Indebtedness esceeds so per cent of paid-u- p II AM 00 capital slock ol bank Kentucky Sututes). (bee Sec. How Is same secured? 5. jl. 1 IW.Ia 07 Htnto of Kentucky, i County of Lincoln, I HH I, Htanley .Mcintosh, cashier of tho STATU OP KENTUCKY. I neslMirsf Deiio.lt Itoiik, n Iwmk orinii. led mid ilolna liu.luess lu tho town of rnunlv nl Llncutn WasnoeliiirK, Ky In tho siild con Hy. J. W lluiklna, Csthltr the I'eoiilis Hank of Hus iH'tnt! duly sworn, says thu foreuoliiii tuotllle. a bank located andduinc business In ton In said county, duly sworn ot llutlourllle. 'f1."! of tho cou. n7irl .'I." said bank says Ihe furegolni; report Is In all respects a true stateat the close, of Imsi. ment of the condition ol said lUnk, at Hie close of nest on VcjILIlsir, lotheliestol Ills know. I'disuuiidnollef; and further sajti business on Ilia 31st day of Due, ions, to the best iraulac tl "l of hit knowledge and belief, arid further says tlut the bus ne.sofii.il.Uhi.ikl.BS business of wild Hank has been transacted at II. e iitthi Uicatlotiuauud, und not elsottherot location named, and not else here, and thai the above nndth.it tho nls.to report Is iniulolncompiii line. Hltli .iiiioltlcl.il nollco recelveil Iroi, report Is tnaJe In compliance with an uitulal notice received from ilia txcieury ot iute designating the the Secretary of Htalo.leslniitlnK Hw. . U"yo" Hh,c1' ,llcU 3iatdiy of INK.', ioH, as tha day on which such Iwniide '"ll M,VJS 73 Does amount of Indebtedness of any person, company or firm Inrludlnc In tha liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof, capital and ceed (0 per cent, of paid-uactual surplus. Mo If so. state amount of Indebtedness. Amount of last dividend IJSOoU. Were all expenses, losses. Interest and taxes deducted therefrom befors declaring dividend, and was not lets than to per cent, ol net profits ot the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to ttas the surplus fund before said Yes declared. (bet Sec. jA Kentucky Statutes). Mortasx. t.l'itdllllea: Capital stock mld In, In cash Jlo.lul is) Hurtdus lund 4IH III ITOillS II.mI Itn.fll. Mil II iK'uu.ltssuoJecttochickoii which Interest Is not puhl 10,111 M lIlKliestiiiiiountof Indetitedness of any stockholder, iktsoii, com. I.K0 3 I jsiiiy or llrm tlncludlnn lu the of tluifoiuiuiny or llrm Indltldunl uiciiii.ers thsreof) the G Soo or Indirectly, if such oo ouo oo exceeds 'JImt cent, of 00 isai isi goo oo t'lipllitl stock actually paid lu, nnd etii'il uinount of suriilus of that How Indebtedness ,tuted In utiotu Item secuitsIT IHi. Hec. otl.Kentucky Htatutes.) Illlihest amount of Indetitedness of any director or olticer, II tilt) amount of such Indebtedness exceeds ID per cent, of pnld-ucnpl. tat stock of Hunk t IHee. Mec. At I, Kentucky Htntules.) How Is situie securel7 Does uiuoiitit of Indebtedness of nny person, cumfuiny or firm. Including In the llnlilllty of the. com. priny or llrm the liability of tin, meiuliers thertof exceed il iwr cent. of pald-u- capltnl nnd actual surplusr If so, statu ainount of such I 1 p n Amount of last dividend I Were nil expenses, losses. Inter, est and tuxes, deducted tlicrcd-nliefortideelarliittdttldeiid.iiud was not ess Ihaii 10 iwr cent, ol net prnlltsof tin. hank for the imtIimI coteritl by thu dividend carried to t In. rilir.ili.a fii ! !...,.... .. i . ,.... tleiid wusdeclartsl (Heo Heo.oJI.lCentucky Htatutos.) 't'lit !.,, repoil shall be made. HubtcrlhtHlauJ tsoru tvl'l to berora sua 'by J. W. llosklna, Culder, ths'dnd day of Jan, I'W. J. II. Iloeker. N. L.O. (Mr niunnlsalon hubscrllsd bur, 1MM. and iworn to before me by (I. U. Ooopur, Olerk. I,. W. HUOHKW, Auditor's A ut. for Lincoln. County, Hy. MtCoruack, W. iplrsaJaD.il, l!Mt J. tv itosaiDs, rssiuer: j. u. isaraer, M.Mysrs.dlrKtors. Eimuet A. K. O.tlooch, ILOurlli, Ulrectori. Onldwull. 0. L. (1. ( loiicli. 1'realdent X- -. Wii)ter Goods. January lot. Hirer U8. The Future Wc miif t look to. Tho year evil it can. "asar Seasonable Goods for white cowing next week wc will place white goods laces, embroideries, and etc. on Nile finds us with niiiio Winter goods on linnil mid wo will TIio Winter is yet lcforo jut paesed has done us nil the good or n rcnmrkaMo In (some respects it lias been there nt nitonishingly low prices. year ns it nllhirs a b'g lino of Como niul fee tlio great raving nt this storo Cloaks, has brought with it tho imial unsteadiniis in business Skirt, Fnrn, presidential years. nml heavy goods nnit Onco moro let's put our is go. shoulders to Wc hnvc fomc special values for you. Come, look. the wheel and work together nnd success sure. Wc thank you for your pntronago in 1008 nnd nsk n continuance for MOD. "ui SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Stanfom), Ky & SON, G - Jan. Wr hnvn nn linrwl nil k tmla nf fiU I A NEW stock of Oliver plows, plow meats. Sco us Wilkinson & Lutes. gear, etc., on hands. Como aad see us. New lino of spectacles. Eyes tested W. II. Iliggins. fi, 1900 free at tho New Stanford Drug Co.'s Good geese Cc, turkeys 10 to 12c, acstoro. cording to quality, hens 8e, ducks 8c. II. II. Northcott, Stanford. to STANFORD KY. Condition ol ihe Buiiness Dec. 31, 1908. Crab Orchard Banking Co., Al the Close ol RESOURCES: B;N Found, near Logan's Creek on GoshNew assortment of locnl view post en pike, a pistol. Sco J. Ii. Sartain, cards at Tcnny's UruR Store. I HAVE bought Al Wallace's intcrttt Some very spccinl bargains in Box Stanford. in the livery firm of Heazley & WalTaper, lut tho supply Is limited. Ask Owl brand pure cotton seed meal. lace nnd also the hooka. Those owing to see them. Penny a Drug Store. Car just arrived $30 per ton. J. II. tho firm will please call and scttlo with mo. G. O. Uenzluy. liaughman & Co. PERSONALS. special Prices 15 Cwerdrafls Banking Home and Lot Furniture and Futures Ch Duelrom Banks $51,847 48 2,038 14 ,500 00 1,500 00 3 610 62 2,245 91 $62,742 Ladies' Skirts nil-wo- ! t Miss Minnik Woods is qulta sick. For Sale or Kent. The Warner W. L. Sharp will have n salo of Capital Stock LIABILITIES: $15.000 00 loo I'EMIV visited his uncle in Mad- storc-hous-u on East Main Street. Ap- household und kitchen furnituru at Surplui ,550 00 ison. ply at onco to W. K. Warner. Junction City Saturday next, Jan. 0. Undivided Profit 216 97 Mrs. S. Goldstein is visiting In Among other things a e Bald- Fundi lo Pay Tu 200 00 ALL accounts aro duo Jan. 1. A set- win Iiuisvillc. Depoiiu 34,790 18 piano will ho sold Bill. Rrdiirounlr.1 Miss Bkiitiia Jackson is with Lon- tlement shall bo appreciated. Prompt 10.935 00 don relatives. ON account of rain, the salo of G. A. payments mean best attention and good $62,742 15 went to Rich- prices. Geo. I). Hopper. IIuiirrt Caiut.NTF.ii fuddis, executor of Mrs. Mary C. Gad-ilmond yesterday. $3,367 01 was not held in the Peyton's Well Undivided Profiti and Grois Earning Tom Lovelace, colored, was thrown section Wednesday, Mrs. L B, Hiltov visited her parbut was postponed DISTRIBUTED AS TOLLOWS: ents at Brodhcad. from n horso ho was breaking jester-da- y until Tuesday, Eip. lor Year and T.ses $ ,900 04 Jan. l'J. See "ad." Mr. D. C. SilTl.Kand wife aro visitmorning and badly stunned for .. x Carried lo Surplui 150 00 ing their son nt THE taxable property of Lincoln Dividend No. 7. 6 per cent. 900 00 u while. No bones wero broken. Geo. ii. Harris, nf Lancaster, visit200 00 county, according to Assessor W. A. Fundi to Pay Tax ed Mr. nnd Mrs J. S. Itic Carried Undivided Profits 216 97 Tub First National and Lincoln Coun 6 E. C. HuniiLB and wife left this ty National Banks are presenting their Carson's books, is $6,201,278, or moro than last year. The books almorning for ilotnlnry, Okla. $3,367 01 $3,367 01 leather-boun- d customers with handsome, so show that there are 4,003 males nf Gkovek Wilkinson has taken a J. C. BAILEY, Caihier. nolo books very useful remem- 21 years and over. with n Hichmond Arm. There aro 1,778 brances. dugs. Mrs. W. N. Craig is down from Condition of the with tho hom folks. J. D. Holderman, of Chattanooga, Notice. All those having claims FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mr. M. II. EURANKR is in Atlanta brother of Bud Holderman, of this d with a of cotton mules of Stanford. Ky.. Dec. 31, 1908. place, lost his homo and contents by against the estate of John F. Cash, deJames C Esoleman. of Paris, spent firo last week. Ho had only a very ceased, will please present them to me Sunday with the homefolks hcru. at tho First National Bank, Stanford, small insurance. of II. C. Hamilton and wif RESOURCES: properly proven nnd verified, by Jan. were In Stanford Sunday. $199,402 67 Prof. E, L. Gruiiiis, of Shelby City, 15,1009. 11. C. liaughman, administra- Loam and Bondi Mrs. Siiei.ton M. Sauflky and eon has been elected superintendent of the Ovetdralu 12.752 92 tor. yesterday. retimed to Frankfort United States Bondi and Premium 51,500 00 Kingsville Graded School to succeed 1 louse and Other Real Estate Banking 9.466 90 Miss Kit Huffman, of Crab OrchMu. C. L. Evans, who has been Prof. Lcslio Anderson, who resigned. (torn 34.605 17 ard, was with Mils Miry Phillips. at W. A. Reynolds' drug Due from Banki Treaiurer A good selection. Due U. S. 2.500 00 Miss Kijs.sf.LI. Marker, of Lebanon, store at Junction City for many years, Ca.h 28.166 04 has been with Mrs. Annie Ituocll. J. L. MEEKS has lought of O. P. bought a half in Harris Hardin, of Louisville, spent Huffman his meat business and will Jan. 1. He is interestyoungthe business $338,593 78 n fino man and he sovcral da) a with his mother here. LIABILITIES: Virginia Peaiick, of Nashville, continue to sell fresh meats at the old and Mr. Reyiolds should do nn increas- Capital Stock Miss $50,000 00 stand on Lancaster street. He asks a ed business. was the guest of tho Misses Cooper. Surplui 18.000 00 share of the public patronage. HichUndivided Profits 1.395 10 of Miss Mary Miller, Toy Teaters. who has heen serving Grculation 50,000 00 Is with Miss Dolho McKobcrts. mond, A FINE hound pup, eight months o'd, Individual Drpouti 196.915 48 Frank Spink, of Hardin county, has black nnd white spotted nnd slightly a long term in jail for selling whisky, Nolo Rediscountcd 22,283 20 was taken to Danville beforo Judgo been with his cousin, John M. Hail Walame, ion a monm ago. l win pay a Lawwell Saturday. Ho was held over ters. $338,593 78 Miss Nannie Kennedy, nf Knoxville, reward for his return. J Thomas Hack-le- to the Federal court in $300 and failing $6,105 21 Cron earningi this ibc months Stanford, It. F. I). No. 2 spent Xmas week with her parents to gio bond was brought hack to the Led over Uit iU monthi 1,759 27 hero. TllK Waynesburg Deposit Bank is Stanford jail. Gait. It. H. Gentry, of Frankfort, $7,664 48 SDcnt several days with tho homefolks coming by leaps and bounds Since Diipoted of ai follow i: THE Coleman Mining Co., of Carey, hero. June :!(). last, it has increased Us busi- Bell county, C. R Coleman, president, Dividend: 4 $2,000 00 cent. JOHN II. Woner and wife havo movness $18,000. Good for President L. G. declared a dividend of 10 per cent. A Carried to lurplui fund 1,000 00 ed lu liio nuim ovur W. II. Higgios' Gooch 75 and Cashier Stanley Mcintosh. good deal of tho stock is held hero. In upenies and taxes paid i,2ib 63 store. 232 Bad Debt! Charged OH tho two years tho company has been Leavei Undivided Profit! 1,395 10 7.864 48 Cob Moser, of London, spent Xmns The county supervisors, Messrs. T. with his parents in tho McCormack'B I). Best. John Winches, R. H. organized over $60,000 has heen spent JNO. J. McROBERTS. Caihier; section. ,. Cicero Reynolds and Wallace in improvements. Mil. C.K COLEMJ. of Cnrey. Hell Condition of ihe county, spent several days with the Walter, began their work of going Judge M. C. Sauflky was here Monhomefolks here. over Assessor W. A. Carson's books day mixing with tho people. His nu- Lincoln County National Bank Mr. E O Goocil and wife, of Crab yesterday. merous friend nnd admirers think that Orchard, spent several days with Mr Stanford, Kentucky, Awful Death Herbert Richards, his 'fences ore in good condition and and Mrs. W. II Hester. Al the Close ol Buiineu Dec. 31. 1908. son of J. B. Richards, that ho has a good chance to rtsume M. ItANKIN has mo vim! his the Mk. J. family up from Pulaski to tho M. Ii. of Casey, was fatally crushed while tho seat on the bench in this judicial Eubanks farm near Hubble. playing nn a hillside. A rolling sawlog. district. Lancaster Record. Jesse and Lloyd Perrin. of Ander- which had fallen from a wagon, passed RESOURCES: Following are the officers elected son, Ind . are with their grand parents, over hts body, crushing it to a jelly. Bills $244,204 03 and Mrs. P. G. Warner. Mr. for 1!KX) in Lincoln Lodge No. 60, F. & Overdralu Mk. John Hurciiell and family, 12.740 63 having been reorted that I was A. M: Jnmes N. Saunders, Worshipwho lived on tho Cook Springs farm, oiTIt 50.000 00 tho track for assessor, I desire, to ful Master; J. W. Ireland, Senior War-de- U. S. Bondi to Mercer county. havo moved 3.000 00 John N. Menefee. Jr., Junior War- Other Bondi Mani.f.y Huey, formerly of this s.iy that I will be u candidato until the 3,300 00 Is now located at Corinth, Grant 6th day of February, at which timu I den; T. W. Pennington, Secretary; Sam Banking House.Furniture & Fixtures place. county, where ho is doing nicely. expect to be nominated and I hopo my Robinson, Treasurer; Georgo P. Bright, Due horn Banks $90,896 OS Hon. Harvey Helm was one of the friends will not bo influenced by such Tyler; Georgo L. Penny, Senior Dea- Due from U. S. speakers at tho biennial convention of reports. D. C. Allen. Treai.&Cash 22,705 29 1 l.'MIOl 27 con; A. ii. Florence, Junior Deacon the Sigma Nu fraternity in Chicago. Joe Mc Williams, tho buggy and har$426,845 93 To the Democracy To all par.ies holding certificates of of Lincoln ness man of Ellisburg, Casey county, LIABILITIES: paid this ollice n substantial call last county claims: You pro notified that COUNTY- I-I find that it will be impossi- Capital $50,000 00 week. the money is now in the county treas- ble for mo to make nn activo canvass Surplus $ 36,000 00 Miss II ess if: Yantis very charming ury to pay your claims and that you of tho county for tho nomination for Fund 941 II to Pay Tax 36.941 II ly entertained a number or lier girl your taxes nt once, jailer owing to the condition of my Circulation 50.000 00 friends Saturday afternoon in honor of must therefore pay otherwise 1 will havo to add the penal- business affairs, and hence havo decid Individ. Depos 241,683 09 Misi Allio Yantis, of Lancaster. ed to withdraw from tho race. I nm Bank Drpouti Henry Catron, of Lincoln coun- ty. T. J. Hill, S. L. X Mrs. 1 H2 18,221 73 ty, spent a portion of this week with very thankful to my many friends for Notes 6r Bills RediilU 30.000 00 THE American !)(.-Co. was bo well their generous parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Maret, her support in my raco and ncarWildie. Mt. Vernon Signal. pleased with Prof. J. W. Ireland's con$426,845 93 J. M. McCarty has moved to tho tribution to this paper "Influence of hopo I will some day bo privileged to favor them. Thomas W. Gooch. Holm property nnd I). M. V. Stephen-sa- n W. M. BRICHT. Caihier. Music on Citizenship" that that concern to tho Vaughan cottago on East Mu. A. Addams, of Crab Orchard, Main. Mrs. Jessie Stagg now occupies printed 1,000 copies of it in book form the residenco vactted by Mr. McCarty. and distributed them broadcast. This familiarly known as "Gabe," is a canStatement ol Condition probable that Mr. J. Ran- is It is very quito a compliment to one of Stan- didato for Prison Commissioner and he dolph Harris will locate at Kuttawa, has friends all over tho State who Lyon county, and engaga in tho real ford's substantial citizens. would like to seo him land tho plum estato business. He wa? thero last The losses aggregating 158,000 sus- Ho la a flue gentleman, a sterling demweek and was vcrv much pleased with of Huitoncille, Ky. the place. tained by the Citizens' National Bank, ocrat and is well equipped for tho posiAt close ol business Dec. 31, 1908. John M. Hale, ft., rly of this of Monticello, on account of the alleged tion ho seeks. Tho democrats of Lin place, is now In charge of tho Memphis manipulations of Judgo Charles Mc- - coln county should and doubtless will do department oi ino luuany racKing uo Ho writes that ho likes his new home Connaghy, former cashier, now in tho all in their power to aid Mr. Addams in RESOURCES: but that Kansas City, where he resided Nowwrt jail, havo been mado good by his race. Here's hoping he will win. Loans and discounts a number of years, and Stanford aro tho stockholders. Tho bank will bo re $141,008 16 tho garden spots of creation. 1,339 89 Dcssio Harring- Overdrafts Neals CitEi'.K.-M- iss opened at onco and Abijah Fairchild, 12,500 00 former County Clerk, will bo tho new ton has closed her school at this place U. S. Bond LOCALS. and has returned to her homo at Eu- Banking I louse.Furniture & Fixtures 2,900 00 cashier. f 625 00 Rink Friday night. Como. banks to enter college. Mrs. Mollie Due from U. S Treaiurer A month from tho primaDue Iron) Banks 44,324 54 French cleaned. Cook & ry election will bo held and from now Roberts entertained Saturday a number Caih anJ Caih llcmi Clothes 18,346 33 friends in honor of her husband's Farmer, until that timo something will bo doing. of birthday. Covera wero laid for 14. Edd $221,043 92 Two rooms over Tom Pcnco's storo Every cnndldate, and there aro many, Bailey has returned from Illinois. Man-ula- s LIABILITIES: has taken to the bushes and tho ikar for rent. W. A. Tribble. Green, of Lexington, has been vis$50,000 00 voter is being visited, wined and dined, iting bis parents at this place. Mrs. J, Capital THE Ladies' Aid Society of tho ChrisT. Mundy entertained a number of her 17,000 00 tian church will meet with Mrs. W. G. etc. February 6th is tho date of tho friends during tho holidays. Covers Surplus 12.500 00 Withers at 2:30 next Friday afternoon. primary and a day that will long bo re- wero laid for 18. Jelf Belden and Cnr-ro- Circulating Notes 531 68 membered by the democrats of tho Raines have returned to their place Undivided Profits Mr. I. M. Bruce asks us to state good county of Lincoln. Look over tho of business at Danvillo. after spending Deposits 141.012 24 is still in tho raco for jailer, that he Cool-eholidays with homefolks. notwithstanding the reports to tho enn. list of candidates in another column and tho of High Bridge, spent the Will holidays $221,043 92 trary. He says he is in tho race to win vote for the best man and best demo- - with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben I J. W. Hocker. Cashier. and expects to do 10. crat. Cooley. high-gradu, SG!,-0Ccar-loaLan-caite- r. rx-- r h, .. AVe have jut placed on special pale nhout 50 entirely new Walking Skirts made from high priced, materials nnd in the most approved styles. Also a hand-om- o lino of Voile Skirts nt u great reduction. New things in Neckvear constantly coming in at all price". An umifually pretty line of Fancy Ilelts aud Belting. Have your .Spring Clothes fitted over one of our now, long hipped corsets. We have them to fit all elmpcs nnd sizes. It would bo well worth your while to como nntl inspect our stock of goods now, whether you are ready to buy or not. We have n great many lines of new goods too numerous to mention und nil priced as low as possible for reliable merchandise. Call and see us. TRIBBLE & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. H. aaH . .tf. ....... T yH aaai aaL.V!aHaaaaaW'''-a- Your Brother or Father would appreciate nothing more than ho would a dozen of LION UliANl) COLLARS and u nice NKCKTIK for n XMAS present. We have so many pretty styles that you can come and select until your heart's content. A nice lino of Cull Muttons for 23 and fiOc; Stick I'ius from L'.")c to 81.00; Watch Fobs L.r)c to 81.00 and ninny other pntty presents. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. My Store will be closed OH' The National Bank January 6 and 7, '09, For Invoicing. , ll y, W E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. i--t, -- ..vA .JKirfKXM . iM4aK: tTiKn, i I h J. - - tiS- - i i I Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid Residence Phono 3D; OMce, I"5. ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. for external use. Zcmo give instant I M.BRUCE S. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT 4th. Tho election shall be held in all W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Insure with me anil bo fully elicf and permanently cures any form respects ns required by statute relative is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All J. B. PAXTON, protected. J. O. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER to primary elections, nnd a uniform mbject to the action of the Democratic Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Jrty. ballot shall be used in all voting prelose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. DIREOTORSl cincts. The chairman of the commitJAME C HAYS G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. J. B. Owsley, Suinfor.1; S. II. Sliunlu, Stanfunl; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford; tee is directed to cause to bo printed large young Jersey lin handsome, Jong and unbroken Hull, de- and distributed to tho several voting us candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, John 1$. Foster, Stanford; V. II. Sliankn, Stanfonl; John F. scended from n line of mbject to the action of tho Democratic the most nottd Imlls nnd cons on the Is- precincts the necessary ballots and all pnrty C:ili, Stanford; J. 11. I'axton, Stnnfonl; W. II. Traylor, land of Jersey Knglnnd nnd America. II ti Gilberts Creek; Lulls ever Imported supplies necessary to the legal conduct the L. Htilible, LuncuHtcr; W. slrelsoueof Is Thefnrmof 10 acres, of good blue grass DINK FARMER and his dam n show cow thnt has given j land, lslng one mile North of McKliiuey.ou II. Cuiiiiniii", I'rcaclicrsville; Lilhtirn of the election. pounds of rich milk in ono day. if you the Htiuiford pike. Improvements nnd nominaIsncandldntufor the IVmoeratlo "I.Ike Iwgets I.Ike or the Likeness of Gooch, Gilbert Creek. 5th. Tho democratic county commitsome Ancestor" nnd have n strictly good tion for Jnller of Lincoln county, subject to fencing good; plenty of wnter und fruit. acres of timbered land one mile Also tow.you should imill yourself of his ser- tee shall appoint officers to hold the tho action of the democratic party. Knst of McKluney ; half under fence; plenty vice. He will Ixi allowed toscrve it limited of wnter nnd good lolmcc.i Intnl. Hie e election in each precinct, who shall be nuintier of unproved, registered cows J. A.UIVr'NH, Agent. D. C. ALLEN of our herd thin ear, for n fee of selected from lists MrKlnii- , Ky. canfurnished by all J.", each. Miikeengngctiient lefore sending Is a candldnte for Astessor of Lincoln coun-if- , ltKII) A OTTKlt. eow to be bred. didates who desire to submit lists. The subject to the action of the Democratic . Telephone No. Htimford, Ky. N. II. We have to offer three extra choice officers shall be as nearly divided ns jsrtv. lull calves that will lie sold nt right prices. possible as to judges, clerks and sherJ. W. FOLEY iffs among the various candidates. The officers of the primary shall, as soon as Isn candidate for Ass.wsorof Lincoln I desire to sell prlwib Is my stock of to the action of tbu democratic llardviare liilng it gnml busiYou enn nnd our Ktnndanl lteinedy, the the polls arc closed, which shall be done party. ness. Will Invoice nbcut M..'' Oryanurnt. SS2. Capital 5toe. SSO.OOO. t reutest blood und 11m r medicine) et know n at 4 i M., proceed at once to count the health. Jneamof ltheumatlsm. Halt i'.heuin, Kidli:o. I. lIOl'I'Klt.Htniiford, K). ney Trouble nnd nil i.rlslng from ballots cast for each nnd every candiiSurput ancf 7nti'viWti Profits. S9, OOO. J. A. DUDDERAR Impure blood It Ims no equal. It Is un.h rtl.e put e food act of June i). date for office, and after counting same Is n enndidnte fornssessorof Lincoln Comity subject to the action of tho democratic Eczema is Curable Hot, and guaranteed by the manufacturer If they will place all ballots Jfas paid in 'Dividends tinea Organisation, voted in the party. 500. the r.emedy Is t.ikeu according to directions ZEMO, a scientific preparation for nd if he or she Is not benellted by the ue ballot boxes furnished by the commitexternal use. Stops itchine instantl) of the Ileniedy we will refund your money. invito 7eif Accounts on Our W. D. WALLIN We can do nothing more. K.ieb p.ieknge tee, sealing up the boxes as required by and destroys the germs that cause skir contains 201 doses with n registered guaran- law, and, within two days thtreafter, Is n candidate for AsseiMir of Lincoln coundiseases. Eczema r.Jickly yields and I: tee and mulling card wuu full instruction ty, subject to thu uctlou of the democratic permanently cured by this remarkable We send It to any address by mall on the sheriffs and judges of election will purt). of l per package or six juieknges for OFFICERS. medicine. All Druggists. Write for samDIRECTORS. Iletter order it bo If taken In deposit the boxes with the chairman of ple. E. W. Rose MeJ.Co., St. Louis, Mo. lime j oil might sae a big doctor's bill, the county committee nt the court V Hel'd. S M.OWENS J II. Uaugliman, I. S. locker. President; llenieiuberlf oii tuko the lteme.ty accordPenny's Drur bti,-eM I). Itlmure, ing to Instructions und art) not lietiellted. house in Stanford. The officers of the Isn enndidnte for Assessor of Lincoln counJ. M. I'ellus, S. T. Harris. ty, subject to the action of tho Democratic you get jour dollar back. You will not S. II. Iliufjiman, J P. Cummins, find the remedy In drill stores for sale. It election in each precinct will make and party. John . Mcltobcru' Cashier, Is sold only hv our. lulv authorized iigeuts. sign a written statement showing the S. T. Harris, Jno. C. Hobinjon. ItKl'IJKS WII.MAMH, Ajent. II. C. UaugbRian, Ami. Cash'r T. P Hill. W. S.BURCH number of votes cast for each and evHave jour menure tukeu l. a tailor of j. S. Hocker, a for County Attorney Then sour clothes, whitlo nt low V W.Saumlcrf.Dooltkeepcr, C. E Tale. ery candidate for office in the precinct, Is it candldnte subject to the uctlou ol the price buslncs suit or the must etenlng . of county, clothes, will hate that Imlls tdiiiillty and lit We and place said statement in an envelope lieinocrnfle party. which plainly Indicate they were mn.le to a and deposit it in the ballot boxes. our measure. will nlso take jour men, M. F. NORTH lire for extra trousers, fancy e.ts, top Cth. The returns aro to be mado to coats and userconts. Kail ami Winter samHides and Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin- ples on hand ready for) our Inspei-tlon- . the chairman of the county committee, coln county, subject to the uctlou, of the Wool II. O. IlUri.KV.Thsi Tailor, and should ho be absent from the coun Democratic part. Ftthrri,Tnow,BMwu, Clnsenj, Hinnfor.l, Ky. ty, then to the secretary of tho com CoIJcnSHj.(YdIowRoDt).Ma7Applc, T. J. HILL. JR., ViM Cinier, etc We are dealers ; mittee, at the court house within two auUuhrd m I8SG "Ortr hs!fictmiu7la Isn enndidnte for Countr Attorney of Lindays after the election. On the next coln .ol llty, subject to the uctlou of the Louirrille' and ua do better for you tkui Democratic party. As executor of Mrs, Mury C. (Inddls, I will day after tho election the county comasrnU of cemnLoa caerclaob. Kefetrnce, soy Bill in LouunEe. Wriu for wttUy mittee shall meet and canvass tho reTI'KSKAV. JAM' VltV 1. ItsiJ. M. C. 8AUFLEY itt her late residence, ', miles from piice list awl sip(sag tacs. turns of the election and make certifi111 Lincoln county. Ky.. sell at Is a enndidnte for circuit Judge of this, the M. Sabel&Sons. outcry I fuinllr mnre. I work mule. cate thereof. l.1th Judicial district, subject to the uctlou imbllo Scows and cnlf.it lot of corn, old fashioned 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE. KY. ill. The secretary of tho committee of the Democratic party. furniture, household mid kitchen furniture. it lot of poultrs', 2 shouts, 2 tracts of knob is directed to give notico of this elecIitu.l, containing l.'a.r.s each, each nliut JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. IS miles West of Mlllidget llle; uImi it tract tion as is required by law. enndidnte for circuit Judge of this, the o( I'.i acres of llr.t lata land uUiiit ', mile Isn 18th district, subject to the uctlou of Mm from IVyton's Will, lerms made known G. L. Fenny, Chm'n. on day of aitle Democratic party. (iKOIl'iK .(1 lll!H, Kx'or. J. B. Bailey, Sec'y. J. l'.Chulidlei, AlKt. CHARLES A HARDIN, FARMER'S DEPARTMENT, of Mercer county. Is a candidate for ComAttorney of this, the lath J & Twenty-on- e sheep for sal L. P, monwealth's subject to thu action of thu ml dlslilct, democratic party. Nunnelley. Foil Sale. 140 jjood, younp owes. JOHN C. PEPPLE8. J. J. Thompson, Prcachersville. J T. Shadoan, of Somerset, wants Is it candidate for Asses.or of I.lncnlncoun-ty- ; subject to the action of the democratic a smM-- r larrw r .vr.ir r,k n,rv nsjxemaebimjnr.& t) buy a Rood, young hull. Write to party. him if you have one to sell. iWSSii&iSSi ..sjt.'Sf;'sS3ifcSy W, W. WHITE W. L. Graham bought a jack from J. T. Veach, of Jessamine, for Is n candidate for Assessorof Lincoln counUndertaKers anil Einbala' ty, subject to the notion of tho Democratic $150. Harrodsburg Herald. party. ere. Aleo DealcrH in Miller, of Pennsylvania, bought a They JAM5S P. BAILEY of mules in this county, year- Klght of thu leading coiuiiuiites of the will exchange Furniture for Now thu I for Is u te In lint's to at f'JO to $175. count)candidatesubjectJudgethuof action Lincoln nil the reprs'seiitt.l, ofl!om world. rate, wit'i of the world companies to court, Iisi-pitthe all Kinds of Stock. Qivn 15. Ruble bought 75 900-lb- . party. J. steers Democratic lug n coi.l iiusuriMisM'd. N'eier had it lawVIA suit In the history ol this agency. Losses at 4c. Walter Henry sold a harness Tlitm a Call. Prices Itighl. promptly paid anil without discount No H. SHANKS W. uryour money, llelorc Inwaiting i'idn horse to W. S. Heazlev. of Lexington. for suring, call on Is ft enndidnte for for $210. Corn E. - KENTUCKY. brought $2.55 inat the F. Pierce's sals uctlou of til" Lincoln county, subject tu the Democratic party. shuck. Timothy MAIIC1NY hay went at $12 to $15 Horses sold at GARLAND SINGLETON The Insurance Men of Stanford. $100 to $161 und cows $30 to $00. Lan- Is n enndidnte for Huperlntendeut of Public caste r Record. Hchuols of Lincoln county, subject tu thu The Planters' Protective Association, action of the Democrutlu party. Ticktti Good RitartsUfl Until Nay 3Ut, 1909 after beveral weeks' negotiations, clos JAMES F. HOLDAM Write for ratrs and fold.r M.C.KING.C.r.A., 101 E. Mala St.. Leilarft.a. Hr. ed a deal with tho Imperial Tobacco Is a candidate for circuit clerk, of Lincoln To wettk and slllni sroroen. then U at least on Co. whereby the latter company is to county, subject tu tbu uctlou of thu way to help, but with that war, two treatments, takeover 15,000,003 pounds of the pool mutt be combined. Una Is local, on U constltu- tlonal. but both aro Important, both tstocuUsU ed crop of 1003 its soon as it can bo de D. SWOPE Dr. Hboop Miht cure 11 th Local. J. Dr. Bhoop's IlntoraUTo. the Coiiultutlorutl. livered. The deal will causo much re- Is u candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln The former Dr. bhoop's Night Cure U topical joicing among farmers in tho "black county, subj.ct to theacllon of thu Demo- mucous membrane luppotltory remedy, while Dr. party, (boons lJbstorsUvels wholly an Internal pitch," who have their crops in tho cratic The ItestonUre reaches throughout th iTHE entire iiiuin. seeking the repair of all BOTO, pool. LESLIE ANDERSON all tlisue, and all blood ailments. clerk of Lincoln The "Nlfht Cure", as lu name Imullet, docs Its Isn candidate for circuit county, subject to the uctlou of thu Demo- work while jou sleep. It soothes sore and lntUu-e- d Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimu- cratic party. mucous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and discharges, while the IlestontUre, tsisos nerrous late tl e Heart or Kidneys. That Is " excitement, gives reuewed vigor and amblUon. "XTrTwallace wronr. It Is tbo weak corves that are builds up wasted tliiUcs. bringing about renewed BSsssasaasassssssassssssssssBBiaBKiauBEBS energy, Is candldnte fur Coroner Dr. bhoop's crying out for help. Vltallo thoso ty,asubject to the action of of Lincoln coun- strength, rigor, ami or Liquid lake general tools thu Democratic, ItestoraUTe Tablets afu to Mm system. For poslltr local help, um u wU weak Insldo controlling nerves primaiy rvu.ii.iisw, Undortakor. Hmbalmor and Dr. Shoop's- Itestoratlvo, and see with how W. M DUDDERAR Boalor In Harnoss, Saddlery, quickly good liealthwlll como to you Is a candidate lor magistrate of tho to the actlonol the uguln. Test it und soo I Sold by PenFOR RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MANACER ny's Drugstore. - KY- STANFORD, IAMES McKECHNIE TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY Magtstrittu Plans for a liaptlst sanitarium in Is a rnndldatu for the actlou ofIn Htuiiforil iNseHroatTr.o the DemoDistrict, subject to OCct t'bue, 167, Home I'houv M. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Louisville are taking definite shape. iarty. OFFICIAL CALL. Brave Fire Laddies Official call for democratic primary Often receive sovcre burns, putting out election for Lincoln county, to noml- - fires, then uao Hucklcn'" Arnica Snlvo and forget them. It soon drives out gnUrettxnthe Poit'OJpctai Stanford at nato candidates for county offices. mynd-rU- u matur. 1st. A primary election Is hereby pnln. For Burns, Scalds, Wounds, " called to bo held In tho several voting Cuts anil HruUcs Its earth' greatest TL Truth precincts of Lincoln county on Satur- -' hcnlcr' Quickly cures Sklni:ru,)tlons, Every person in this city who issuj d Sores, Holls, Ulecrs, Felons; bo,t Februry cth( 1M9 between 6 A. I finni r f"9 na, P.mplcs, Hie cure made. Italic. 1 Instant. 25a r- M ana purposo iciihb " the rutt or any iorm u, ...... v. ....,. -- .. ,nit) dcmocratIc canjidale9 oT Ute at Penny's Drug Store ease, can findrel.ef and be permanent. ,omcMofcoun cqu j((, The wife of Ilusscll K. Gardner, the j ly cured by Zerno, a clean liQuidf rep wealthy buggy manufacturer of St. . , external use. AH durgi$ts sell -Iouls, henrd tier husband talk over , , t the telephone, to a woman nnd on PENNY'S DRUG STORE. tendent, magistrates of the several chiding him for It he admitted visitministerial districts, constables, coro- ing other women. She immediately ner and surveyor. instituted suit for divorce, nnd within 2nd. All democrats who aro lognt 31 hours It had hcen granted, along ... - wno til with an order for $100,0u0 alimony. t t - - county, or .....con. win MnrolnIx)1lK0Xo.W.K.AA.M.wlllni-- t unicniioii on eneh nrst mul . bo legal voters on the 2nd day of No- initiitctiiii A tickling or dry cough can bo ,. , , thlnJMpn.lnriilKhtsofrncliiiionth.nt , . vvn, ......u,.., 10n0 U., V...I.IIX, IU.O 111 quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's o'clock In their ball on Mnln street, Memlicrs of sister lodges nrr their rcspectivo precincts, and are re Cough ltsmedy Xo opium, no chloroInvited to In' present. U. L. lVnny, quested to do so. W.M..Y. V I'ennlngton.jsec. form, nothing unsnfo or harsh. Sold 3rd. Every candidate who desires to by Penny's Drug Store. have his namo printed on the ballots to Dr. W. Leo White, aged 83 years, is be used in said primary election shall Ho was a native on or before 12 o'clock midnight of tho dead in Washington. Surgoon Dontist, 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with of Kentucky nnd for iiany years had STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. tho treasurer of the committee tho sum been employed in tho Pension llurcau. For the first time In 200 years lliloxi, hereby fixed as the entrance fee In tho Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in race for the office for which ho Is n Miss., is without a saloon enndidnte, said sum so realized to be the Owsley Building. used in defraying tho expenses of tho W.L.MCARTY primary. At the same time the candi- Is n enndidnte for HUorlll of Lincoln county, subject to the action ul the democratic Insures Tobacco and Tobacco date shall give written notice to tho party. chairman that he desires to be a candiBarns. M. S. QAUGHMAN date, nnd name tho office he seeks Nothing But The entrance feo of candidates shall Is n candidate for HherlfT of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic be as follows: For sheriff", for party. county judge, $10; for county atD. JOHN J. MOSER torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for The Insurance Man, jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for rep- is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, abject to the uctlou of the Deniocrntia STANFORD, KY. resentative, $10; for school superintend- The Interior Journal. FOR SALE I power Imller nnd engine nnd nw mill for snip. Will sell either or IkiIIi. Oima. Kasftl.itt.Ottenhftm, Ky, I'ostolllce, Wnynesliurg, Ky, , -- iii ;',T ,' MEAL EXCHANGE. t mil nt nil times prepared to eichnngn meal for corn. .My mill will run etery Hick linker, .Miller. It Oil.KMlNON, J. Ornh Orchnrd.Ky, sss-- w Arvr4Ad Il5fr auBUa, I lmA (UUIi. T A - J ffl j'. ft? Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally. S .tMV... .. ...... L- NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given Hint Alfred llrlght will, nt the regular January meeting of the ltonrd of I'rl.ou I'oiniiilnkloncrs. of the Mtnle of Kentucky, mnke application to aid lumn! nt Frankfort, Ky., for parole from the mate penitentiary. Al.r'llf:ii IIHKHIT. My lloli llrlght. This I'ee. ID, S 8j gj W MASONS' MEET. :),. ..u W ,' V li. Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of the stockholders.)! the I'lrst National Hank of Maliford will le held nt their Isinklng house the second Tue.da in January, ivv. lor me nuriHie oi eiecunir directors for the cusuIuk j.ar. John J, Mi lloin ins.l'aslihr. jjj STORE, A. S. PRICE, Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of the stnckhol.li rs of fie Lin coln County National Hank of Mantord will Is. belli at their Ininktnir bouse the second Tuesday In January, I no, for tli.'lpurpote of PEININY'S: DRUG Btnuforcl. S IjH Krutucky. electing tiireciori lor the ensuing .ar, W. M. ItiiHiItT, Cashier. Stockholders' Meeting Cbe Cittcoln County meeting of the stockholders of the National Hank of lliistouvllle will I held nt their bunking house In lliistouvllle the second Tuesilii) In January, Haw, belwecuunnd II a.m., for the purposn of electing directors to scro the ensuing j.ar, J. W.IIotkku, Cashier. A national Bank $50,000.00 33,330.00 340,000.00 Insurance. Of Stanford, Retmicky. Jesse Wearen, Jrty. Itching Skin Diseases Capital, Surplus, Resources, Adorina's Fox lt FARM FOR SALE! 1 I. li on out-tid- grow-ngcro- - At McKirmey, Ky., dlf-us- es Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Jfirst Tfationat Sftancj Stanford, Jty. S2t, maim-fnrture- d 7arij . 1 When Ordering Clothes Lin-col- FURS Dy ifg$' 1 Start the New Year right by Patronizing The Charles Wheeler EXECUTOR'S SALE. J.L.Beazley&Co., I li Mahony Rankin, Emporium, Hustonville, Ky, u INSURANCE, Life, 7sMiijJBMV? i Fire, and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Accident hi GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets on Sale To Many Points South and Southeast car-loa- d three-year-old- s, SMHFOID. RANKIN, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE J. C. McClary, Weak Women . treut-meii- L SAFEST AND QUIGggST WAY Td TRANSFER MONEY - Dr.vShoop's LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Cure GIST ..ti ' u 'J. J It ,J J ?,