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P I d- a 4 A4 J A rl 1 I J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL V J- t r YOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1909 NO 88 IOFFICIAL CALLr primer to noml r nate candidates for county offices R lit A primary election is hereby called to be held in the several voting precincts of Lincoln county on Satur day February 6th 1909 between 0 A M and 4 P bL for tho purpose of nom j Inating democratic candidates for tho odlcca of county judge county nttor noy county clerk sheriff jailer rep f raacntative assessor school suporin tcndent magistrates of tho severe m RtonaJ districts constables core nor and surveyor 2nd AH democrats who are logo voters of Lincoln county or who wil lIE legal voters on tho 2nd day of No- Ir vember 1000 aro entitled to voto In- I their respective precincts and aro ro quested to do RO 3rd Every candidate who desires tc have his namo printed on tho ballots to be used in said primary election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of tho committee the sum hereby fixed as tho entrance fee in the race for tho ofllco for which ho is a candIdato said sum so realized to bo used In defraying tho expenses of the primary At tho same time the candi date shall give written notice to tho chairman that ho desires to be a candidate j and name tho office ho seeks Tho entrance fee of candidates shall boas follows For sheriff WO for county judge 10 for county at torney 10 for county clerk 10 for jailer 16 for assessor 10 for rep i resentative 10 for school superintend ent 10 circuit clerk lu 4th Tho election hall bo held in all respects as required by statute relative to primary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used in all voting pro cincU Tho chairman of the commit tee is directed to cause to bo printed nnd distributed to tho several voting precincts tile necessary ballots dnd all supplies necessary to the legal conduct of the election Cth The democratic county commit tee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct who shall bo selected from lists tarnished by all can didates who desire to submit lists The officers shall bo as nearly divided HI posalblo as to judges clerks and sher Ifs among tho various candidates Tho officers of tho primary shall oa soon as the polls arc closed which shall be done at 4 r M proceed at onco to count tho ballots cost for each and every candi date for office and after counting same they will place all ballots voted in tho ballot boxes furnished by the committee sealing up the boxes as law and within two days thereafter tho sheriffs and judges of election will deposit tho boxes with tho chairman of tho county committee nt tho court house in Stanford Tho officers of tho election in each precinct will make and sign a written statement showing the number of votes cost for each nnd ev cry 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 ba made to the chairman of tho county committee and should he be absent from the coun ty then to the secretary of the committee nt the court house within two days after the election On tho next day after the election the county com mittee shall meet and canvass tho re turns of the election and makd certifi cate thereof 7th Tho secretary of tho committee is directed to give notice of this elec tion as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn J II BAILEY Secy President HitsOrphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by tho President of The Industrial and Orphans Homo at Macon Oa who writes Wo have used Electric Bitters In this Institution for nine years It hue proved amost ex cellent medioino for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Wo regard it as uric of tho boat family medicines on earth It Invigorates tho vital or cans purifies the blood aids digest tlon creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin palo woakehlldren or rundown people It has no equal Host for femalo complaints Only GOo at Pennys Drugstore December was the warmest month on record The mercury went up to 70 degrees on tho 17th and was tho lowest at 16 on the 2nd Tho precipitation was 125 below tho average being 213 of rain and 06 of snow J There Is no case on record of a cough cold or la grlppfc developing Into pneumonia after Foloys Honey and Tar has been taken as It cures the most obstinate deep seated coughs and colds Why take anything else New Stanford Drug Co S OWL brand puro cotton seed meal Car just arrived 30 per ton J II Baugh man Co i F 4r p or s r r r To The Democrats of Lincoln County A short time ago 1 made formal announcement of my candidacy for the democratic nomination for jailer of Lin coin county The knowledge that men desire to know more of a candidate than may bo gathered from the card of an nouncement prompts mo to me to make this public statement My entire life has been spent in this county so that it is useless to suggest the sources of Information concerning my standing at a citizen This race is for tho nomination of the democratic party however It may be roper to refer to my political life that you may know how well I may claim to- bo a member of that party Since I was 19 years old my unhesitating olio since has been given to the democrat- Ic party though my earliest service Vas rendered at a time when minority prevented my casting a vote In every jontcst that has been waged since my Irst vote was cast I havo both voted md done whatever was within my power to assist In tho election of the democratic ticket Though taking no cOQ ipicuous part in these contests I have icvertheloM given the beat energies I assessed to the cause and none can say that I have ever faltered in my al glance to my party Within the put 12 years three cam KiiRns have attracted special notice cause marked by dissensions within tht rank that remitted in lhe withdraw al of many democrats from tho party I refer to the campaigns of 1806 1900 nil 1901 still fresh in the memory of very voter In 1WMJ 1 voted for Dry nn in 1000 for Bryan in 1901 for Iark er and for Bryan in 1903 Not only this but more was done that may serve to show that the distress of the democrats party has never found mo Indifferent- I do not mention these facts boastful Iy for I conceive It to bo the duty of very man who claims to be democrat support the nominees of his party ily only object in to Indicate that I ave allowed nothing to detract from ny loyalty to the party whose nomina tlon I now ask Three years ago last November I was elected assessor of Lincoln county and since that date have been actively en aged in tho duties of my office The record of tho oMewors office ire public open to inspection at all imes and I invite tho closest scrutiny of tho office by those who wish to known what manner I havo served the pco ile of this county as an office Doubt I eis I have made mistakes but I doubt Ir any one will charge that they have been either many or gross and it has over been intimated that they have been tho result of either inefficiency or leglcct A candidate for public office can in 10 way make better proof of his fitness han by an honest and efficient service In the public stations he may have oc upied in the past I mako no claim to signal accomplishments In the ofllco I old yet I am willing to havo my record examined nnd to submit to whatever judgment may result If nominated I shall do all in my power to secure the election of the tickets well as myself and if elected 1 shall endeavor to render tho full measure of ervicu required of tho office To those who shall ace proper to give ne their support I shall be deeply trntcful Very HespectfullyI W A CARSON A Religious Authors Statement For several years 1 was acHlted with ldney trouble anti last Winter I was uddonly stricken with a severe pain In my kidneys and was confined tobed olg1Jt days unabjo to got up without isslstanco My urine contained a tick white sediment and I passed imo frequently day and night I oinmonctd taking Foloys Kidney Rem dYj and the pain gradually abat d and finally ceased and my urine became normal I cheerfully recom lend Foleys Kidney Remedy New Stanford DrugCo a Gov Willson has been appointed a member of the Hoard of Governors of Harvard University N I C h n NEWS NOTES George 0 Salender Sr aged GC died suddenly at Frankfort Beach Hargis was fined tG and glv en 20 days in jail for his rampage at Jackson William Douglas was shot and killed by Arthur McPherson in a blind Uter n jar Jackson Dr A J Beale exConfederate and first mayor of Oklahoma City Okla li dead at Cynthiana Judge Matt Walton of Lexington was appointed by Gov Willson a special Judge in the Pulaski Circuit Court to try cases during the absence of the regular judge for tho next six days Four men lost their lives and a nun bar of others had narrow escapes wits tie steamer Samuel in charge of Pilot Hogland crashed Into a log raft in a heavy fog near Kockport on Green riv cr Hanker Griffiths of Walton has sued O M Rogers and B F Graziana a couple of Kenton county lawyers for 25000 because they brought suit against him for divorce when they knew that his wife was insane Typhoid fever has broken out at Messina and physicians at Rome ten that an epidemic will get n start the will carry tho disease beyond tho trick en district Some reports say that the disease is dysentery which is regardet as equally as dangerous as typhoid fe verA dispatch from Green burK says E E Perkins has resigned as Sheriff of Green county because of the decision of the United States Supremo Court making Green county liable for 250 tXX worth of bonds voted to aid in the construction of the Cumberland and Ohio Railroad in 1871 Another attempt to liberate Harry Thaw from the insane asylum at Mat tenwan was made Counsel obtained tram Justice Tompkins of tho New York supreme court a writ of habeas corpus compelling the asylum author ties to produce Thaw before that Justice at Nyack Saturday- In 21 hours after being released from Jail at Irvine on bond Ueach Hargis scantly tried at that place for the murder of his father proceeded to hie home at Jackson and made things lively It- t alleged he got drunk and shot up tho own Ho was arrested after an all light and day debauch and placed in allFour prominent young men of Louis ille Howard Bellows Norvin Green Jored S Breyfogle and J E Kemp and lies Mary Botjwcll u member of Lox ngtons social set had a narrow escape from death when the automobile In which they were riding plunged over 11 Kentuckyriver cliff nt Clays Ferry No fatal injuries were received by any oC tho live- Sensational evidence developed in the nvcstigdtion of the killing of Mrs Annie Major in Garrard Her brother Andrew Broughton and husband Chas Major were both arrested and placed In jail on warrants charging them with the killing Major claims Broughton filed Mrs Major in an attempt to as lasslnato him and Broughton claims hat Major killed Mrs Major Mrs Major was killed last Thursday night while acting as hostess at a family re trflpn at her home at Buena Vista A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago mv brother was held up in his work health and mpplncsa by what was believed to be topolcss Consumption writes W II Ipscomb of Washington N C lie ook all Kinds of remedies and treat Want from several doctors but found 10 help till ho used Dr Kings Now discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He is awell titan today Its quick to relieve and tho surest ore for weak or sore lungs humor haiios Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial mentions Me and 81 Trial bottle flee Guaranteed by Pennys Drug tore On acount of his active fight against bootleggers and blind tigers City Attorney W H Hnney at a mass meet- Ing of citizens was voted tho most popular man inCorbin and a banquet will jo given in his honor January 12 If you will take Foloys Orlno Laxative until tho bowels become regular you will not have to take purgatives onstantly as Foleys Orino Laxa the positively euros chronic conntlpa Ion and sluggish liver Plcayant to alto Now Stanford Drug Co The 29240000 fine case of tho Standard Oil Company will not bo reviewed by tho Supreme Court of the United States The decision of the court to this effect was announced by Chief Jus tlco Fuller Proventics thoso Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely and quickly check oaU colds and the Grip Trythem onC6 and see I4825c Sold by Penny s Drug Store a I A MIDDLEBURG Tho Spring term of Middlcburg Normal College opened Tuesday with a fail Iygoodattendanco A E Wesley has charge of tho intermediate grades and Miss Bessie Lee the primary The meeting at the Methodist church which has been in progress for some two weeks will likely continuo for several days Rev J L Owens will preach his first discourse as pastor of the Baptist church Sunday Warrants have been Issued for Rol Black and David Clark charging titer with disturbing a singing school at Cal vary church four miles south of Yo semite and they will bo tried Saturday It is claimed that the boys got on a whiz nnd going to the church great ly disturbed the teacher and his class It is said that timber men and others working in the woods in this county have ceased operations until after the republican primary Jan 1C Candidate were so thick that there was danger of felling trees on them In some local lies it Is said that the dogs have ceased to bark at them they have become so commonHart Coffey is a candidate for the republican nomination for constable in this district Hart has been weather prophet for the Yosemite people for a number of years but his prediction were so much at fault that he became disgusted and has concluded tc try pol- Itics for awhile Mr Coffey is one oi the best of fellows and will doubtless get the plum for which ho Is reaching Rev J S Taylor filled Rev Hunts pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday and preached a most interesting ser monolie dwelt at length on tho subject of sanctification and it seemed to us that his remarks ought to set at rest the now idea of the subject as taught by some Uncle Josh as ho is fami larly known preaches Bible sanctifica tion but does not hold to the new theory a little bit His discourse was Interesting and was accorded the best oC attentionMiss Winfrey and little sister Linnie were here Sunday with Miss Bessie Lee Q R Jones is at Liberty his week doing duty as supervisor tando Brown of Liberty was here Monday Herbert JaMS cashier of the IVartburg Tenn bank joined his wife hero Saturday Mrs Jones has been visiting her parents at Dunnville J P Wilkorson was hero Monday on bus- Iness Robert Allen of Boyle this county came up Monday and brought his daughter who has entered school hero Evangelist Hens Remarkable Ser vice TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL republishes icrewith from tho Kentucky State Journal a contribution by Rev Joseph Severance chaplain of tho Frankfort penitentiary One of the most remarkable meetings In the annals of the prison was held in tho chapel of tho penitentiary Sunday norning George T Herr of Louisville a friend of Chaplain Severance was present and spoke from the fourth md 12th chapters of the 103rd Psalm The sermon was a strong appeal to the nun for gratitude to God for the rich provision made for the redemption of the race and urging them to accept of tho mercy of God and allow Him to remove their sins from them as far as the East is from the West The chapel was crowded to tho doors and during tho sermon that lasted an hour no one moved and none went out At tho close of the sermon the gospel invitation was given and a total of 52 men carne forward some to confess faith in Christ of these there were 37 and others to renew their vows Hundreds asked for prayer in their behalf Among those who came wero some of the hardest men in the prison ind more noted for insubordination and disobedience than for piety and moral ityBut the chaplain believes that the per cent of those who remain true is is great among prisoners as among thoso outside Bro Kerr knows the prison work as Cow men do He is a man of large sympathy and having had an experience if 16 years as an evangelist knoWs low to reach tho hearts of the men ilo has the entire confidence of both prisoners and officials and is always liven a most hearty welcome by all Tho baptism of the 37 men who made lonfeasions Sunday will be attended to next Sunday morning Mr Herr will return for the baptism Jos SEVERANCE chaplain The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet made is Dr Shoops Health Notice It is fine in ilavor and is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from lure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Mobile Ala Herald an after noon newspaper has suspended publi catioD I J A New Year has begun Our house is full of New Goods and we appreciate new trade and heartily thank our old customers for patronageWe Give You Value Received i Calland See Us f t 1 Cummins Wear STANFORD KENTUCKY I J f le4i1 jrI TO OUR FRIENDS lI For the favors you have extended we desire to thank you and express our wish for a cordial business rela tion duringthe year 1909 A HAPPY NEW YEAR 00003333 r W H HIGG1NS IStanford Kentucky rc J ELECTRIC STheRange to buy a full saver a money maker J H the best baker A largo line of select from and we will appreciate a call GEORGE He FARRIS Stanfordr1t h t t x urnaleiJ Eo Co WALTON II ON the first of the year the nations castjworking balance The low condition of the actual cash it is believed foreshadows an early call upon the banks for a return of part of the novernmen deposits And this in the face of republican prosperity BOB STOVALL of Knox county was t sentenced to 119 years in the peniten- tiaryl Ho was first given two sentenc iosof 10 years each for robbery and i then 99 yearafor murder Bob will be almost as old as the ancient Mathusclal should he serve the entire time which of course he will not TUG fire loss the Slate and Canada in 1903 was larger than In any year before that did not have grea conflagrations Thirtytwo years ago the loss was under 70000000 Ilst year it was 233562250 True it Is that fire is a good servant but a hart I master LAST year was a pretty stiff one in- I the financial world and benefactions were of course smaller but the com I pilation made by the Chicago Tribune I t shows that the gifts of the living leaving ont of course small ones exceeded 13000000 Pretty good for an off p year IT is now in order for Senator Bradley t to come out in another letter eulogizing Beach HargisJ Something will have to be done to counteract the ef fects of his drunken orgie at Jackson t the other night PRESiDENT LEDUS of tho Burley Tobacco Society comes high but beseem himJi now a a I year and we predict ho will get It TUB Industrial Edition of tho Louis t villa Times is almost creditable news paper effort Itis as big as all out dojrs and as full of news as an egg is of meat I TilE pricetof booze has dropped two 1cents on tho gallon Hooray hurrah I I POLITICAL 1CharlesJ Hughes Jr of Denver will be the new democratic Senator from Colorado Thomas Honan of Seymour was nominated for speaker of the IndianJ House of Representative at the Dem ocratic caucus The Democrats hay ten majority An appropriation of 400000 is made for thejpurchaso or erection of a build ing in Paris France for the residence of the American Ambassador there bj a bill which passed the Senate I Representatives Patterson Lever and Legare Democrats of South Carolina will retain their seats in tno House I This decision was reached by the unan imous vote of the Elections Committee No1John C Duffy was indorsed for the I democratic nomination for circuit judge by the democratic committee of Chris tian county He and his two rivals in his home county agreed that the losers should retire in favor of the man in dorsed The Tennessee Legislature met Mon day in Nashville The Democratic members who favor Statewide prohi bition by ignoring caucus action and j effecting a coalition with certain Republicans elected the Speakers in both I housesBountiful provision for tho earth f e quake sufferers of Italy was made by Congress by unanimous vote The sum I of 800000 was granted almost imme diately after the reception in both houses of a message from the President calling attention to the calamity and the pressing need for aid for the stricken people of a sister Nation r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W R Letcher formerly of Richmond is dead at Lexington He was secretary of the Kentucky Racing As sociation A fine vein of barytes has been dis covered on the farm of A J Hayden two miles Southeast of town says the Advocate 0 B Hamilton ofSomerset brake man on the Cincinnati Southern was caught between a freight car and an IIengine at Helenwood Tenn and crush N to f Prof Isaac Fisher returned from a trip through Ohio and Michigan where donations aggregating 10000 were secured for the establishment of a col ored industrial school in Danville A Statewide prohibition bill was in troduced in the Tennessee Senate by Senator IIilladay The bill is a prac tical reaffirmation of the fourmile law now in force with the exceptions in the old law omitted Later it is under stood a measure will be introduced pro hibiting the manufacturing of intoxica j ting liquors in Tennessee The dismembered body fRev John II Carmichael a Methodist minister was found partly consumed by fire in the two heating stoves of one of his three churches near Columbus in the Southwestern part of St Clair county Mich 4- ii HUSTONVILLE The first annual horse sale here this year will be held here Feb 10 and 11 Presented by the wife of C W Adams to his Lordship on Jan 3 an eight pound son Beecher for a new years giftMrs George L Bradley nee Cabbell was the recipient of many nice bride presents here where no one knows her but to love her Lost a hunting case gold watch last week on the Tanner or Hall Anderson farm Reward for Its return to Newt Jones Mt Salem Our new board of city fathers met Monday evening and elected J H Rocker treasurer They will complete their organization this week The fouryearold son of Dignity Dare that Smith T Powell sold for 500 at our last horse sale was sold last week to New York parties for 3600 Mrs J P E McKeown of Louisville is the guest of her parents here Y W Burton having rented his fart to John Lynn has moved to Somerset C M Sipple and family will move to the farm recently bought of I lIal di who will locate at Frankfort Mrs Hill Spalding of Louisville is visitinj her father Dr Edward Alcorn Rev H M Burk desires through these columns to express his heartfel thanks to hislmany friends at Huston vile and Moreland who so kindly re membered him during the holidays The thanks of carrier on No 1 are hereby tendered to Mr and Mrs J K Helm Mr and Mrs Jake Walls and Mr and Mrs Matt Reynolds for substantial remembrances during the hole daysMyers Vaughn McCormack f ship ped to Cincinnati one car of hogs they bought at 3 to 5c one car of butcher cattle bought at 2i to 3c C R Mc Cormack shipped one car of cattl bought at 2 to 3ic Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hun spent last week with friends and relatives here Horace Bohon got horn from the Pacific slope on the 30th and started for the Atlantic coast Jan 1 spending but two nights out of harness The store and stock of goods of L E Peck located on the pike onehalf mil south of McKinney was robbed and burned Sunday morning at 4 oclock No insurance Besides the stock and building Mr Peck lost 86 in cast which he left in the store The build- Ing was saturated inside with coal 011 before being fired The following officers were elected by our Masonic lodge to serve the ensuing year George D Weatherford W M E V Carson S W E Mc Cormack J W John Lynn secretary C W Adams treasurer J P Goode Tyler J B RlffeSDO S Williams J D John Dinwiddie C H The lodge meets on the second Friday in each month at 2 P H The unanimous thank of the brethren are extended to lion J N Saunders for his most excellent work here last meeting On Thursday Dec 31 in Lexington George L Bradley of Lexington and Miss Dollio Cabbell of Hustonville were married by the pastor of Broad way Christian church This wedding was the culmination of a short acquaintance accelerated by love at first sight end was quite a surprise to the friends of the bride who thought another had won her Mr Bradley is a native of Bourbon county and holds a lucrative xjsition with the L N in Lexington where they will go to housekeeping They spent Sunday here with the brides no ther They have the best wishes of everyoneI as the Blue Grass Special was run to Moreland for the benefit of the citizens of this place and surround- Ing country it behooves us to encourage the traveling public to avail them elves of this special service Much depends upon this It is a plain business proposition that unless it pays a reasonable return it will not continue to come to Moreland every night as it is now doing The early hour 545 A M at vhich it leaves for Cincinnati prevents many from using this train As winter asses this should not be an excuse The shipments of poultry by express from Moreland are equal to that of any station on the line and the shippers all prefer thistrain They are doing their duty faithfully and well As Casey county citizens travel much their at tention is called to this feature also They can help save the coffers of tho ompanyby taking a little Blue Grass Every passenger helps and every monthly increase in receipts at the Moreland office will give us greater confidence that we will receive the benefits of this special train Simple RemedyForLa GrIppe- R cklng la grippe coughs that may develop Into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys H6noy and Tar The sore and in lamed lungs are healed and strengthened and a dangerous condition Is quickly averted New Stanford Drug Co Bill Britton formerly of Breathitt county who gained wide notoriety hrough his connection with the feudal war as ono of tine Hargis henchmen was arrested at Morehqad on an old barge of having committed a murder in Lee county Va about 10 years ago The wife of James Hundley of the orkland section of Boyle is dead aged 64 I KINNEY Tho Masons of this place had a ban quet at the Ashlock Hotel Monday Bev 0 L Pyatt has been called by the Christian church for another year The spoke factory is being rushed to completion Mr Coleman will also erect a handsome office and make this headquartersIhackman from this had the misfortum horses seriously hurt In some way the animal stepped into a rut on the pike breaking tho ankleI Mr l and Mrs K L Tanner Misses Bert and Katherine Murphy and Mary p Beck will return to Bourbon College to I day Everett Epperson of Lcilchficld III traveling salesman for tho Belk nap Hardware Co Louisville was with the homefolks during the holidays Mrs VB Hansford and children of Somerset visited relatives here Mrs I M V Morse has returned from a visi to her sisters in Louisville Miss Bes guealofDont Divorce A western judge granted a dlvorc on account of illtemper and bad breath Dr Kings New Lift Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the Illtemper dlspe colds banish headaches conque chills 25c at Pennys Drug Store ScottI wonder how that expression the marriage was solemnized origl natedMottIt was doubtless suggested by the look on the bridegrooms face Boston Transcript To Our Customers Present and Prospective The Indian Refining Company bas now been doing business in and around Stanford about a year and we take this opportunity to assure Ollr many customers of our sincere appreciation of their patronage and our earnest desire to servo them at al times and also to solicit now business It Is a wellknown fact that our com setltor has been active and strenuous in their ellorts to take away our bus- Iness but in the faco of all their of forts we have enjoyed a fair cent of the trade for which we are gratefu1 to a generous public A fair share of the business Is all wo ask and hop that our friends can see their way cleat hunIat Danville Ky and carry acomplet line of burning oils and gasoline and can make Immediate shipments of al grades of lubricating oils and grease from our refinery at Georgetown Ky tho largest manufacturing Instttutlot in tho State We are absolutely indo pendent of the trust and to again prove this wo publish the sWorn statement of tho president of our In stltution Should any person make tho state ment to you that we are part of another company have them put the statement in writing then send us the statement and we will land it to the legal authorities and these untruthful statements will cease We have many unsolicited testimonials as to the quality of our goods and only ask the prospective customers to give us a fair let theresults speak themselvesWe no Peddler Wagons yours INDIAN REFINING Co W C WOLFORDIAltent Branch Cincinnati 0 Oct 31 1008 To WHOM IT MAY CONCKIIN The undersigned upon oath declares and says That the Indian Relining Company of Georgetown Ky is independent of the Standard Oil Company and its branches and inde pendent of any other Company cor poration or interest and that It is not a subsidiary Company of any other corporation by association contractor understanding and that no other oil dealing corporation or associa tion owns CompanyRICHMOND President Indian Refining Co ggCountySubscribed and sworn to boforo me a Notary Public In and for sula county this 30th day of October 1008 RAYMOND TULUS Notary Public Hamilton County Valuable Mill And Dwelling For Sale I Inobedlnce ton judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Oourt ron the special lie cember term lUllS In tliocnie of VM Ilppi heirs ngnlnit U M Mpps administrator etc the undersigned commissioner will at about 2rxonMONDAYJAN 1M liou la front of the mill to l e 6lcl in Hustunvllle Ky Oder for sale nt public outcry to the hlRhet and bet bidder the following irop KyInuIT n twostory frame dwelling house of H rooms B porches i hall and a well 2 clJ largebarnrIlinlrThlby the land of Uriah Dunn on the trust by the lends of John Dlnwlddlu nut Sirs Brunt Uarnutt nnd on the Mouth by main street HFCOM A frame grist mill and elevator nmcdaeryinn capacity of 76 barrels the output of which equals In quality and reputation oftiny mill In the Htate The location Is excellent bath for tho purchase of grain undo market for the mlirs manufacture The mill lot Is pounded on tho North by mania street on the I mist by the land of A M Kryeon time Houtli IIv tho dams land and on the West by the land of John Din wlddle mind conttlimntxiut twi acres The foregoing being the spume property described In the judgment The object of the sal Is for n settlement of tho estate of 1 M Ilppsund division of thn surplus among his heirs TKBMM Tho soles will lamade on u credit of six months Tho purchasers will be ro bared to give bonds with good scourltrfortno purchase price bearing G erect from date of sale until paid nay ibleto the Commissioner having the force uxl erect of n Judgment and also secured iy lion on HOKUM A LllfHripeclalOomuiUslonor Thirtyfive indictments against Judge Charles E Booe late claim clerk in tho State Auditors office were returned in open court by the Franklin count grand jury QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUB Crab Orchard Banking Co At the Close of lluilncss Dec 81 1808 rRESOURCES Loans end Discounts 531817 s Overdrafts unsecured 2IBS It Due Irom 14lIon1 Banks t3610 11 3 IO lit Due from Trust tloiupanlw tanking House and Lot wv- Mortcaees 00 Specie I SIO SI Currency 1403 00 3213 01 XChDKI for Clrsrlon e Other Items carried as Cash Furnlturn and Futures 1MO 00 FundtopusTaxesw 67 c Current Expenses lot iuarterU4 W Current to last qucrIS SO 183J as Give description location value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned long er than gigs years 5dldtt 11 LIABILITIES Stock Inln cash 313000 00 1OUnlIvi3eJ00 01 Due Depositors as followsvli Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not pall 33800 18 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is paid oo coo oo Demand certificates of deposits on which lnternstIs paid oooooco Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is pall oo coo oo Savings deposits on which In terest Is paid ooooo 00 Certified Checks I Due National Hanks i Due State Hanks and Hankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding tots rediscounted 1093 00 Unpaid dlvU nds 00 ooo 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00000100 KtwrreJ fortaiM 1Q Capital stxk not pill SUPPLEMENTARY highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm incluing In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the mem bers thereof directly orlndirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds to percent of cap ital stock actually pall In and actual amount of surtlus of the bane slow Is Indebtedness stated In above Item n secured See Sec 6th Ky Statute highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer II amount of such In debtedness exceeds to per cent of pall up capital stock of bank 3 Sec j8 Kentucky Sutures How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Inrludlne In the ilaWilhor the liabil ity of thelnlivIJulVmembers thereof exceed 10 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend 13000 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before df clailne dlvUend and was not less than to per cent of net profits of the bank for the 1 period covered by the carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was litWeel See Sec 16 Kentucky Statutes 6iGU III STATE OF KENTUCKYt uCounty of Jl1 hailer Caihlf the Crab Orchard Iltnl lag 0a bank located anddlne business In town of Crab Orchard In sill county belncduly worn says the foregoing report Is In alt respects a true stall meat of the condition of utd tank al the close of business on the Slat of DeeiW9 to the bes of his knowledee and alit ant further says that Ihe business of said flank has been transacted at 11M location named and not elsewhere and that the abov report Is oade In compliance with an official notice reo celvt from the Secretary of State designating th Slit day of list seed as the day on which luh madeSubscribed to before me by J C galley the 6lh day of January 1909 John KJraliton N 1 Jlf rouiraliilon expires Jan M 112 J C hler W K IVrklns Curtis Caver JlI Collier Directors Quarterly Report ot The McKiooe Deposit Bank At the close of Imilnesn Dec 31 1WW HeaourcM Ion i and discounts denlI Overdrafts secured 111 76 slue from National Hanks rIm M Duo Htnte Iiaokst tankers MM 01 slfir III Banking house and lot ttw u- Hpvclo Uurt II- IOurronl 2550 II W80 III Other ltemsOnrrledas Cash W KI teed 0 JurrentexJanstlslast quarter retll live description location value mad how oWI1IIII1I rt111 elolexcept banking house and lot If soy oiynod long than five years 1 3291 SI Liabilities Capital stock paid InlII cash 15O m Hurplus fund lanITII tit en Depoilts subject toom ck on which Interest Is not paid 81117 si Due National Hanks fwi 7- Hlgheftt amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com Palsy or Ilrm Including In IIu lllty of time company or firm the Individual members thereof dl such In- Iebtevlutssuxceedetsiwr cent or capital clock actually pnld In end uc amount of surplus of that bunk I- How Indebtedness stated In boys Item 1 secured Hoe Sec fttlKentuoky Htntutcs Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or otllcer if tho amount of such Indebtedness ex ceeds 10 per cent of paidup capi tal stuck of Hank I tHee Hec SSIKentucky Htntutcs How Is name secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or llrm In clud nl in the liability of the com ashy or firm tbo liability of the In 111l members thereof exceed paidup capital and iclteualsurpluaIf of such In debtedness 5 Amount of latdividend I 450 m Were all losses Inter est and taxes deducted therofrum dlvldendand wise not less than 10 per cent of nut roots of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to before said divi lendwasdeelured Yes Heo Sec 39 Kentucky Statutes mUU61- Atato CountyofLlncoln H S I It II Melcalf cashier of tho McKIn icy Deposit Bunk n honk organ Ucd und doing business In the town o McKinney Ky In the said county being luly sworn says the forcgolni report U 11 true statement of tho con II Ion of tho said lank lit tho close of bust nuns Ill Due 81 1108 to limo ixet of his knowl slue and belief and further says that tin ualnoes of said Hank has been transactei nt the locution named and not elsewhere slid that tho nbovo report Is made in compll taco with nn olMclal notice received Irma tho Secretary of State designating Dec ill HIIH as thu day on which such report shul bo made hub crlbcd nnd sworn to before mo b- It 1111J II Metcalf theN JTannerNn1nry My commission Kiplrea Jan 55 Wli Itll Metcalf Cashier K M Ware J L peck and frank Jrlder Directors l r L S UGKYftRYOUry We have about 50 MENS SUITS only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE rather than style can not afford to miss They are not damaged not shelf worn a few of them are a little soiled Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than 10 Most of Them 15 Suits Some of ThemI 20 SuitstWe want them out of the way We need the money and we have assorted them and made two prices 500 and 750 A Suit Its most LIKE FINDING THEM 5 or 750 for a 15 or 20 Suit but remember these prices are FOR THE CASH Dont forget that t H J MoROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY w New Ledgers Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally PENNYS1 DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky r the Lincoln county national Dank I Of Stanford Kentucky I Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 a Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPE- RDIREOTORSs J B CarterStmlordjJohn I TraylorIH Cummins Ireachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek I iICE SAFEST AND QUiCKEST WAY TOI TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY w IHCOnPOIUTID t 1 ot Winter Goods f January 1st finds us with some Winter goods on hand and wo will offer these at astonishingly low prices Tho Winter is yet before us Comoand BCO the great saving nt this store Cloaks Skirts Iors and heavy goods mint go R If gip The Interior Journal BTANFOHD KY JAN 8 1900 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Penny Drug Store SOME very bargains In Box Paper but the supply Is Ask to see them Drug Store PERSONALs MR J C HAYS continues quite poor ly ii MESDAMES J S AND T A RICE aro spending a few days In Louisville MRs KATIIRYN BEAZIEY and little Josephine are with Richmond friends MRS J D HOLDERMAN and children of Chattanooga aro with Mrs Iko Pot Y a ter MRS COSSIE D SUTTON of Mt Ver non was tho guest of Miss Miranda WhiteMESDAMES L B AND A T NUNNEI LEY of tho West End aro visiting friends In Winchester MK AND MRS J II BAUGIIMAN left yesterday for Chattanooga Tampa Fla and other Southern points r CIIARUB RANKIN of Ilankin Is visit Ing at James McKcchnloH and has an eye to business in the Hubble section Raw GEORCJE P TAUIIMAN orders his paper changed from Lexington to Kan Ous City to which place ho and his family have moved MISSES JESSIE AND JEAN MCKECIINIE have returned to college at Paris after spending the holidays with their par cnU Squire and Mrs James McKcch rile Mn M B EunANKS hat moved his family to Boylo from tho Hubble section and there is general regret over their departure from that good neigh borhood Miss FRANCES METCALP is expected home tomorrow from Cincinnati where she has been attending a houso party at tho homo of her friend Mlss Ethel Sebastian Mr and Mrs M J Farris Jr arrived last week from Orlando Fla and have taken rooms at tho Clemens House Advocate LOCALS I JJRINK Saturday night WANTED to borrow J500 This of flco 1 CLOVES French cleaned Cook i Farmer TomencesTwo rooms over toro for rent W A Tribble our now horso collar the best ono rSEC market Geo H Farris tTit rink will be held Saturday night Instead of tonight as advertised MONDAY will bo county court day and i + a large crowd is likely to bo on hand a I We havo on hand all kinds of fresh tb meats See us Wilkinson Lutes I NEW line of spectacles Eyes tested h free at tho Now Stanford Drug Cos- Istore re FOUND near Loguns Creek on Gosh- enI pike a pistol See J B Sartain f Stanford S IJ THERE willl be an old fiddlers con test at Waltons Opera house In the next few weeks ON account of the social at tho Chris tian chnrch there will bo no meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of that church this afternoont T A CIIANGE will be made In tho arrival of somo of the trains Sunday but up to tho hour of going to press we were un able to find out just what changes ore anticipated t Mn J K HELM SR n good citizen arid trueblue democrat announces this Issue for magistrate in tho West End Ho will greatly appreciate any thing said or done In his behalf UNLESS you pay for laundry when It Is delivered to you I will have to decline having tho work done for you Laundry Is cash and I will credit no ono for It Ed Wilkinson STONE JoshuaoneSty of Washington f City died suddenly at tho homo of his wifes mother at Versailles He was a native of Liberty where his mother and brother Will Stone reside For somo years ho has been connected with tho auditing office of tho Post office Department at Washington His wife and ono child survive him USE Chattanooga plows for good 1909 crops Geo II Farris THE C iiiwill meet in the lecture room of the Christian church at 230 Wednesday Jan 13th Fon SALE OR RENT Tho Warner storehouse on East Main Street Apply at onco to W K Warner 1 A NEW stock of Oliver plows plow gear etc on hands Como aad see us W II Higgins DONT forget tho entertainment at the Graded School tomorrow Satur day afternoon Admission tree and everybody Invited WIIERE is HE TWlillom Coldiron who taught the Millcdgovillo school started to Stanford some two weeks ago and has not been heard of since lIe has a family I HAVE bought AI Wallaces Interest In the livery firm of Bentley Wallace and also the books Thoso owin tho firm will please call and settle wit me G G Beazloy TilE Huston villo Combination Sale Co will have a sale of highclass stallion and jacks at Hustonvillo on Feb 10 11 Write for entry blanks On 24 and 25 a sale of business horses will bo held 1 MR AND MRS ALEX MARTIN have received from tho L N 5000 and from an insurance company 3000 Tte first amount was paid as a compromis for the killing of their son Robert W Martin and tho latter is the amount ot Insurance ho carried Mr Martin was killed while on his engine near Birm ingham ALFRED BRIGHT colored waa fined 30 for drunkenness in Judge W A Tribblos court In answer to tho question where he got tho whisky fright sworn that Solon Craigs wife gave It to him By the way what has become of that government licence Solon Is said to possess How about it Messrs Officers of the Law PATRONS und friends of Graded School will remember tho recital to be given by pupils of Miss Fottro and Miss Bal lou at Gradul School Chapel Saturday afternoon 215 An interesting pro gram has been prepared and all will en joy It Attend and note progress in these departments All cordially Invited Admission free SENATOR R L HUDDLE and M B hubanks handed Messrs Tom and Ike Lanier a check for 62000 last Satur day tho amount being in full payment for their COOacra farm recently sold to tho gentlemen Triplets were born to the wife of George Likings near Parks yule last Friday All three of tho in ants died Advocate MANAGER B F ROUT of tho Stanford Water Light Ico Co tells us that if tho water patrons are econom- Ical It will not bo necessary to shut off the water supply each day as has been tho caso since tho fearful drouth got nt its worst So uso all the water you want for drinking cooking and bathing purposes but dont wasto it MR J W FOLEY candidate for as sessor a good democrat and tho clever est kind of a man asks us to nail the silly lie that has been started on him 10 that ho can not sign his name While not an expert penman Mr Foley writes as good a hand as the average mechan- Ic ho has a good idea as to the value of property and Is well fitted for the office ho aspires SIIELTON M SAUFLEY managing ed- Itor of tho Kentucky Stato Journal and ccrotqry of the Frankfort Business Mens Club has been elected a councilman of tho Capital City SheIt now has more jobs than any other man in town but his friends havo no doubt but that ho can hold them all down for 10 is a young man of unquestioned versatility a hustler and allaround good cllow Louisville Herald MR W H WEAREN was elected trustee of tho Stanford Graded School In tho placo of Mr George L Penny who resigned on account of being elected Chairman of tho Lincoln county democratic committee tho offices being Incompatible Mr Penny has made a splendid trustee and it was with much regret that his resignation was accepted Mr Wearen Is much interested in educationand will make a model trustee wo predictl I The Future I We must look to The year just passed bns done UB all the goodor evil it can In some respects it has been a remarkable year as it has brought with it the usual unsteadiness in business affairs at tending presidential years Once more lets put our shoulders to the wheel and work together and success is sure We thank you for your patronage in 1908 and ask a continuance for 1000 f SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1I cranlberriesDONT fail to read Sam Robinsons big ad on our fourth page Big I bargains In It for you on Fort SALESix thoroughbred flack Berkshire shoats weight about 60 pounds Geo D Hopper Jr ON account of tho Christian Endeavor Social at the Christian church tonight the rink has been postponed until to morrow Saturday night NOTICE thosehaving claims against the estate of John F Cash deceased will please present them to moot the First National Bank Stanford properly proven and verified by Joni 161909 H C Baughman administrator MESSRS I M BRUCE and Dink Far havintg that the gentleman receiving the few racehto which of them will run In tho prl mary of February 6 TUB Christian Endeavor of tho Chris meetinghat 730 oclock They extend a moat cordial invitation Tto tho members ol the Young Peoples Societies of the Baptist Methodist and Presbyterian churches to bo present W Morrison Bright President To Trig DEMOCRACY OF LINCOLN COUNTYI find that it will bo Impossible for mo to matte an active canvass of tho county for tho nomination for jailer owing to tho condition of my business affairs and hence havo decid ed to withdraw from the race I am very thankful to my many friends for their generous support in my race and hope I will some day be privileged to favor them Thomas W Gooch HUBBLE Dr Pearco will fill his pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morning Elder W G Montgomery resigned his pastorate hero and has accepted a call to tho First Christian church In Meridian Miss Ho mado many warm friends hero who wero sorry to give him up- Miss Mary Roberts has returned to Somerset after a pleasant visit to Miss Mary Rankin The children and grandchildren ot aunt Betsey Spoonamorc met Jan 7th at her home with baskets of good things to celebrate her DOth birthdayMiss Spoonamoro entertained about 60 young people very charmingly Monday night The house was elaborate ly decorated in holly and mistletoe Tho dining room was in red and green presenting a lovely appearance 10 oclock delightful refreshments were served and at a late hour tho crowd reluctantly dispersed feeling much hap pier for having been there Miss Lucy Spoonamoro of Hubble entertained during the holidays in hon or of Miss Sybil Spoonamore of India napolis More than CO guests partici pated in this social function That the entertainment was a success goes with out saying as both tho visitor and host ess are admired for their raro beauty and many accomplishments The many delighted guests promised a return vis it on tho last day of the year to do honor to the hostess anniversary This dining was enjoyed by moro than half a hundred guests whoso ample appeti tes did justice to tho many course dinner ranging from turkey to Ices and cakes Tho guests lingered long after dinner listening to tho sweetWof mu sic on many different instruments from piano to violin All pronounce Miss Lucy the greatest natural musician in all their knowing G CHURCH Rev W B Harrison missionary to Korea will preach at the Presbyterian church Hutonvllle at 230 Saturday afternoon 9th and at 11 and 7 oclock Sunday Communion services will bo held at tho morning service Services at the Methodist church Sunday next Sunday school 930 J A Allen Superintendent Song Service 1045 A M Rev C A Taguo will preach at 11 A M and 715 p M Epworth League at 630 p M Tho officers will be elected for the year Preaching at Neals Creek at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon All aro cordially invited 1- If MATRIMONIAL Dr Lansing Burrows has resigned tho pastorate of tho First Baptist church at Nashville Ho will go to Amerlcus Ga John Regie aged 93 was married to Lucy Metcalf aged 66 at Tanksley Clay county Hegies first wifes fu neral was preached just two days before his marriage Tho members of the Christian church at Hubble are requested to meet at the church Sunday at 2 p M Every ono should come as there Is business of im portance to attend to Garrard Brewer and Miss Elsie Leon ard popular young people of Harrods burg drovo to Danvillo where they were united in marriage at tho Gilchcr HOUSA by Elder Garrison Frank Barnett of this place and Miss Elsie Moore of Boyle went to Lexington Wednesday and were united in marriage They returned to Stan ford and are at home to their friends at his homo on East Main street The groom is an industrious energetic and clever young man while his bride is very pretty and exceedingly popular She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Moore and has a number of acquain tances in Lincoln county The INTE RIOR JOURNAL joins their many friends in wishing them a long happy and use ful married li- feCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting its Work Pavements and In tact we cnn make any thine from n house down to n fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee lintclung pricesoofore PHILLIPS BROS r Stanford Ky NICE HOME AT AUCTION I will nt public nuctlon nt S oclock HATUUUAY AKTKHNOON JAN30TH nt my home Inlrnb Oreluird It In n cot Inge of live rooml with three porches good well on lack porch Nice tone buliding of two rooms on lot All nucei nrjr outbuild Ins In good repair Abundance ot fruit One ecru In lot mid therein n splendid gar den Hale will occur on promises J O bTKKNHKIlOKN Crab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE I AH ndmlnlttrntor of the estate of James Melvln deceased J will on TIHJHHDAY JAN IIIOJ bighestantibestproperty to will One lOW 111111 a shout 4U corn Ini bales of hay lot of fodder JIM pounds of tobacco alert boards buckboard and harness plows anti harrow ttju feet of lumber and n lot of household and kitchen lurnlture The above property will bo cold on three months time nnd the purchaser will IH re pert ubovo property siild bonds to bear legal in- terestI trot dntu of executionT HIM Sit- AdntlnistrutorI Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest 111I11IIOt adequate safe guard for the future Is n policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It is conspicuous for economical manage n ont liberality ot Its policy contracts lair dealing with Its members nnd largo returns to iiollcy holders The eoatpnnyis Juslenterlng the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of u successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than nil other companies combined Write for particulars stating age amid whether married or single tot SpeclnlAgtMyers James I White Solicitor for HockcnUe Co Notre to ootnctoK Htnnfonl Ky Jan fI 1009 the KUcnl Court of Lincoln county Ky Invite sealed pro for the erection und completion of n llUbllCsqllnroplan nnd specifications prepared by teas Frank r Milburn A Co Washington ItO IlniiH will be on Illu with tho Architects nnd with theCountyOlerk at Htnnford Each Contractor his bid u corUllod check miulo pnynlilo to J H Ows leyCouuty Judge for IIJOOIl ns evidence of good fallh on hilmrt and If his bid Is no cepted that tr Into contract at once and give min aceuptnble gunrnnteucom l bond tayahle to time county for CO hUthlul tractor will be paid Hi per cent us the work progresses retaining M per cent until dual cotpletlon All bids to lw sealed nnd tiled with the CountvUlerkonor beloro 10 AI February 10th 1IThe Fiscal Court reserves the right to re ject any or nil bids J H QWHLEY J H County Judge QEOHUE BOOOlKUOlerk J Seasonable Goods 3 for white sewing next week we will place on sale n big line of white goods laces embroideries and etoiWe have some special values for you Come look I special Prices JON Ladies Skirts We have just placed on special sole about SO entirely new Walking Skirts made from high priced allwool materials anti in the most approved styles Also a handsome lino of Voile Skirts at a great reduction New things in Neckwear con stantly coming in at all prices An unusually pretty line of Fancy Belts and Belting Have your Spring Clothes fittedover one of our new long hipped corsets We have them to fit nil shapes and sizes It would be well worth your while to como and inspect our stock of goods now whether you are ready to buy or not We have a great many lines of new goods too numerous to mention and nil priced as low as possible for relia ble merchandise Call and see us ITRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes IDry KENTUCKY My Store will be closed == on== January 6 and 7 09 For Invoicing I I ofW E Perkins Crab Orchard Watch Out For I Wheelers Great Clearance Sale Next Week Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY A BIG COMBINATION SALE OF HighClass Stallions and Tacks Will bo held nt HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY ON February 10 and II 1909 Writo for Entry BlanksIHustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KY Big Sale of Business Horses Willbe Held March 24 and 25 r tr s itF y The Interior Journal Inured in file IottOfficet Stanford at ttoondclau matter The Truth Every person in this city who issuE fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent Iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE t MASONS MEET Lincoln Ixxlge Xoeo Ft A Mwlll moot In stated communication on ouch first and third Monday nights of each month nt 7ao oclock In their hall on Mnln street titan ford Ky Members of slater lodges ore Ira rnnllv tnvltnt to bo present Penny WMT W IVnnlngtonBoc 4 S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco i Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen q The Insurance Man I l STANFORD KY Residence Phone 36 Ofllce 95 T Insure with 1110 and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is a Imndsomo largo young Jersey Bull do scended from n and unbroken lino of the most noted bulls and cows ou tho bland of Jersey England and America Ills t sire is ono of iaabowcowtnthasglenu- ndsofrich and his dam 53 M milk in ono day If you be lIee Like begets Like or Clio Likeness of some Ancestor and have ft strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his sere vice Ho will be allowed to servo a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a feo of V each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred tOTTER Telephone 80 Stanford Ky N BWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold lit right prices At McKinney Ky You can and our Htandard Remedy the greatest blood und 11 vcr medicine yet known III case of IMtniimntUnt Halt Ithitmi Kidney Troublo and all diseases arising trots Impure blood It has no equal It is manu factured under the pure food act of June isu IPPQnnd guenmteetby the manufacturer If thellemedy U taken to directions And if he or sire Is not Ixnellted by the uset I of the Remedy we will refund your money AVe can do nothing more package contains SM doses with a registered guaran J tee and mulling card with full Instructions Vo Iud it to any address by mall on re celptof1erpackage or six packages forI IX Hotter order a box today If taken in time you might say A big doctors bill ncrordi Y1 you get your dollar bark You will not find tI p tnedj In drug stores for sale It rr Is sold only bv our duly nuthorlzvd agents UKfllEN WILLIAMS Agent I it J0 Hides Wo Bu- yFURS and l Wool Feathers Tallow Battwu Cimtni CoUen ScIYcIlow Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealers ubEJxd in l856Or Ma century in WniIJeandtall do betterfor you lln sgFDt or cocumtaoa nercKutl Rtfertoa toy Duk la LouiniSe Write for wecUy price lid and idipfuz U- nWSabolSons 4 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KYtr ij JLBeazleyCo t a fUndertakers and Embalm 1 t i en Also Dealers in Fur 1 l nitureMattingsRugs Theyt f will exchange Furniture for I ill Kinda of Stock Give J 1 4 Them a Call Prices Right j 1 11 t STANFORD KENTUCKY i it J C McClary I r Undertaker Embalmer and t Dealer In Harness Saddlery J fM STANFORD KY Offlt Phoae 17 HoratlPtione MII 1J- I County Roads In this materialistic ago county roads seem to be the one thing leas understood and most neglected The county should havo little to do with Its roads except to provide the more ox pensive bridges across tho water ways Turnpikes should be built and kept In repair by a tax on benefited property Such tax should be assessed by a disinterested committee of business men acceptable to those concerned but appointed by the county court and paid for their services by the court They should be required to make a thorough examination of property hear com plaints and make final reports from which there should bu no appeal A turnpike should be made when three fourths of the property assessed by tho county assessor votes for such Improvement each 100 of assessed property having one vote The turnpike should be built under the supervision eta com mittee of interested persons and be en tirely a business proposition The county should have little to do with it It costs the county 40000 to build and cover in a new court house while a private citizen can put up a better build ing across the street forlOoooands- o with a turnpike The roads belong to the people who live along them whether turnpike or unimproved and their property valua lion is enhanced or depressed by the condition of such roads All county roads should be under control of a commissioner appointed by the county court with a salary and till his lime should belong to the county He should be a many sided man A teacher as well as a stern county officer with authority to widen and straighten roads or move them in rare cases the bounty paying damages where property is more damaged than benefited lIe should be a man of persuasion or stern qualities as occasion demands Ho should make road building and road mending his constant study The county should furnish him with necessary tools for mending and re pairing in the several sections of the county lie shouldhave a horse and wagon sufficient to move these tools when most wanted and the farmers should keep him and his horse free when his work called him Each road or section of road should have a competent overseer appointed by the county court and every able bodied man between 16 and 60 should be required if called upon to give three days in the Spring and three in the Fall to the road or furnish an acceptable man in his place All freight wagons with nar row tires hauling loads of 1000 pound or up should be taxed out of existence by the Legislature when next it convenes Tires on such wagons should not be allowed to be less than four inches A tax of 1 the first year 2 the second and so on up to eight or 10 would put them the narrow tires out of commission and the wide tires would make roads instead of destroying them- J A M FARMERS DEPARTMENT Twentyone sheep for sale L P Junnelley At Edmonton a twoyearold horse nule sold for 325 J L Meeks bought of Frank Sho maker a 1200 pound beef at 4c FOR SALE190 good young ewes J J Thompson Preachersville Bush Bishop of Paris sold to Ear hropshire nine work mules at 145 Fort SALE70 good ewes will lamb his month Embry Bros Stanford During the month of December 100 O worth of mules changed hands in Tarren county- B T Bishop of Paris sold to Wal er Clark same place a twoyearold narc mule for 350 T H Smiley Son of Lexington- ho sold The Cardinal for 3000 some me ago have just sold his mate The hancellor for 2000 Monday was a dull court day at liar odjburg in the stock market There ere many mules on the market which ought from 75 to 125 and cattlo sold rom 4 to 425 says a dispatch M W Savage owner of Dan Patch he worlds champion pacer Tuesday ecamo the owner of Minor Heir last ears pacing sensation The amount lid P C Isaacs of Johnstown Pa ras 15000 Frank Martin has sold his 55acre arm on MltchellsburJ pike near Perry vllle nt 75 Mr L T Minor has pur based the Doling farm of GO acres on the Mltchellsburg pike near Perryville the consideration being 6000Advo catc Dont drug the Stomach olimn late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are yang out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how sickly good health will como to you gain Test it and see I Sold bjr Pen nys Drugstore It is rumored among turfmen that John E Madden sold his twoyearolds irMartin and Edward to Louis Wi tans recently for 75000 Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Jr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See fun formula on tic Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store v t t Brave Fire Laddies Often receive severe burns putting ou1 fires then use Bucklons Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds founds Cuts and Bruises Its earths grootes EruhtlonIOldPile cure made Relief Is instant 250 at Pennys Drug Storo The leaders of the Burley Tobacco I Society voted themselves nice salaries meeting at Winchester which adjourned The president is to get 5000 per year and expenses seven exe cutive committeemen 2000 each and expenses and 43 district chairmen 500 a year each A tickling or dfy cough can he quickly loosened with Dr Shoop Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store W L MCARTY Is a candidate for HherlfT of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democratic pnr- tyaM BAUGHMAN d a candidate for Hhcriff of Uncolu county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER is a candidate for Jailer of Democratinbjcct to the action of the arty I M BRUCE is a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county inbject to the action of the Democratic arty JAMES C HAYS is a candidate for Jailor of Democratinbject to the action of the party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina lion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON is n lanllldllie for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic pony DCALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tho democratic party J A DUDDERAR is a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party W D WALLIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to tho notion of the democrat party S M OWENS ti a candidate for Asses orof IJncolncoun ty subject to the action ottbe IMmoorutic party W SBURCH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin cola county subject to the notion of lh I Democratic party M F NORTH- Is A candidate for County Attorney of tin cola county subject to the netlonjof the Democratic party T J HILL JR Is a condldate for County Attorney of IAn coin county subject to the action of the Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY- Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this tin lath Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is n candidate for circuit Judge of this the Kith district subject to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN cOInmonwlIlthallclal district subject to eanocritlo party JOHN C PEPPLE8 Is n candidate forjAssessor of Llncolncoun ty subject to the notion the democratic arty W W WHITE Is a candidate for Assesnorof Lincoln conn ty subject to the neUoii of tho Democratic arty JAMES P BAILE- Ys a candidate for Judge of the I Lincoln count court subject to the action of the romocratlopartyWHSHANKS II a cnndldnto for ronomlnutlon for llopro entatlroof jlncoln county subject to tho ctlon of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETONS candidate for Superintendent of Iulillo drools of Lincoln county to the ictlon of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM Js a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln aunty subject to the action ot the Demo ratio party J D SWOPE Is n candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to theuctlon of the Demo ratio party LESLIE ANDERSON Ia candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho Demo ratio T A R WALLACE Is n candidate for Coroner of Lincoln coun thu action the DemocraticVisubjecttnto 0 iww W M DUDDERAR Is a candidate for magistrate of tine flu tonvlllo district subject to tine nctlullof tliO Democratic party 1 1C HELM SR Is n candidate for mBijhtroto In the jllui tonvllio district subject Jo the action of the Democratic paryL- AMES McKECHNIE Is a candidate for Magistrate In Stanford District lubject to the uctlon of the Demo ratio party FOR SALE 2horee power teller and engine nud sow mill for sale sell either or both Dues KNBSUN Ottonhclm Kjr Itostofflco Waynesburg Ky MEAL EXCHANGE- I nm at nil times prepared to exchange meal for corn My null will run every sal urday lUck linker Miller JlIUILKKItHON Crab Orchard Ky Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tine stockholdonof the First National Hunk of HUnford will lie held nt their lamkinghouse the second Tuesday III January ltW for the purpose of electing I directors for the ensuing year JqllX JMcltmnrtuOnsh- luraStockholders Meeting A meeting of thoitockhnlderiof tine tin coln County National llnnk of Stanford will IM lieu nt their banking house the kocond Tuesday In January Itsp for the purttoie of electing directors for thu ensuing year 1vi llHioiTCaihler Stockholders Meeting A steeling of tho stockholders of tho Xn tloiml Hunk of Uiutonvlllo will ho hold lit their bunking house In lliintonvlllo the see and Tuesday In January 1HW between t and It A 3f for tine purpose of electing dlroo tors to servo tho ensuing year J HOCKKU Cashier S D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of llOncres of Rood blue grass land lying one mule North of McKlnueyon the Hlanford pike Improvement und fencing Rood plenty of water and fruit Also 13S acres of tlmlwred land one mile East of half under fence plenty of water and good iobllcco land Nee grow ngcrop J aiVKNHAgMeKlnnvy Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlntI my stock of are cerlesnnd Hardware lIolnlR good bus ness Will Invoice about PIDJ lteasou III health OKO HOIIKIUHtnnfoniKy Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema culckly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co SLLoulsMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Hove your measure taken by n tailor of ex iMtrlence Then your clothes whrthorn low price business suit or the finest uvenlnic clothes will t Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were Hindu to your measure I will oho your mess uro for extra trousers fancy vests tot coats und overcoats Full ail Winter sam plus on hand ready for your Inspection HOHUTLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky EXECUTORS SALE onU executor of Mrs MaryUOoddln I will TUK8IIAY JANirMtY 1tllafJ- at her laW residence 1 miles from Sill ledguvlllnln Lincoln OUlltiK sell lit public outcry 1 family mute S cows and calf n lot of corn old fashioned furnltun household anti kltclicn furniture a lotof IOU It ry SsboaU J tracts of knob land containing U acre each each about IS miles West of MIIU gu11 It also n tract of IWucrtS of llrnt4las land about 4 mile from Ioytona WH Terms muds known 011 day of lIlo aoItlJt AOADDISKor- J P Chandler Au- ctMahony Rankin INSURANCEFire and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty v Eight of the leading conipantos of tho world represented Uomwp in rates with all the Lompiinlus of the world Losspay record unsurpiisned Never hind it law nit In tint history of t11M agncy Lomtn iNOwaitinglurinG call o- nMAHONY 8 RANKIN Theflusurance Men of Sta- nfordPAIN i Pain in the head paa anywhere has Its ruse rain congestion palalsbluod pressure nothing olio usually so uri Dr whoop and to prove It he bas created a llttlo pink tablet That tabMcal1ed Dr whoops headache Tablet ueIIe1ectiscchharmne pleaiuyf ideilgbeeul CfO ntli hough safety it lurel equalizes the blood etrcn lAtlOO If you haTe a headaeb lt s blood pressure Il tis painful periods Ith women same CUIf7oU are sleepless rcnlcse ntrrcus it a bloo- donxestlonbioal pressure That surely Is a Shoop8 Hesdacha Tablets stop it in 20 minutes and the tablets simply dUtributa the unnatural blood pressure Bruise our finger and docsn t It ret red and wall and pain you 01 course It does Itl con resUon blood feI6ure Youll nod It where pain U WIsell at Its ccnta ctndCheerfully recd Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE a I r Clearance Sale rr A man is never judged by his appearance as he is by his clothes Why not fall in line now if you want to live economical this year We can save you money Why not jump at these rare bargains CRAVENETTES S18 Coat now 811 18 815 Coat HOW n 48 612 50 Cont now 8 48 S10 Coat now a D8 820 Suit now SUi 18 817 50 Suit now 12 4S 815 Suit now 8 48 810 Suit now 0 U8 81 50 Suit now 1 08 J 85 Suit now 3 48 Hards Vice Cashr ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 15 Coat now 80 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 81Q now G 08 87 50 Coat 4 08- S5 Coat now 48 Green IlnU from 81 50 to S3 50 Stetson hats 83 50 to 85 00 Fancy lint 25c to 50o The nicest line of neck- wear now and neat 25o to 50o Collars 2 for 25c Mens and Boys AllWool Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice t- Our high Top Shoes consist of many differ ent styles and prices ranging from 350 to 400 350 Shoe now 298 400 Shoe now 348 We honestly believe that when it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of durability we have the best that a manufac turer can turn out of a leather hide Mens Felt Boots Hens and Womens Rubbers All Reduced Accordingly Mens and Womens Sanitary Heavy Fleeced Lined Under wear Best Quality THIRTYNINE CENTS + t+ t++ ++++tttt++++ r The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented Call around early while you can get your size Also a nice line of Dry Goods and Notions Call around will take pleasure in showing you any time SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank Jfiirst 91ational 2aMrSc- znford Y Organ xed JS32 Capital Stock SS0 000 Surjittit and Wnttfvitttd Profits oS 000 Jfas paid in Dividends sinco Oryantxation 21 500 fnvito Wow Jfccounis on Our 9lerts OFFICER J S Mocker President S T President John J McRobcrts Cashier II G Uaughman Asst W W Saunders Bookkeeper Coat now 3 J n Hands IGc we 9 DIRECTORS BaughmanItS H Baughman J F Cummins RobinsonTC E Tate If you want your Prescriptionscarefully fills ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on mefW B MoRoberfsdlTANleORD R fr f t t