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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 8, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909010801_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 8, 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. J 5 J." i t I r ol. XXXYI. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD, KY NEWS NOTES. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1909. MIDDLEISURG. NO. 88, OFFICIAL CALL. ( George I!. Salender, Sr, nged CO, Tho Spring term of Middleburg Normal College opened Tuesday with n fairdied suddenly nt Frankfort Ileach Hargis win fined $90 nnd giv- ly good attendance. A. V.. Wesley has en 20 days in jail for his rampage nt charge of the intermediate grades and Miss llessic Lee the primary. Jackson. Tho meeting nt the Methodist church, William Douglas was shot nnd killed by Arthur McPhcrsnn in n blind tiger wnicn has neon in progress for somo two weeks, will likely continue for sevnjnr Jackson. Dr. A. J. Ilenle, nnd eral days. Rev. J L. Owens will first miyor of Oklahoma City, Okln., preach his first discourse as pastor of tho Ilaptist church Sunday. dead at Cintliiana. Judge Matt Walton, of Lexington, Warrants have been lsued for Rol wns appointed by Gov Willson n spe- I Hack and David Clark, charging them cial Judge in tho Pulaski Circuit Court witli disturbing a singing school nt Calmagisterial dutricts, constables, coroBBBBBBBBL AlB. BBBBBBBBB to try cases during the absence of the vary church, four miles south of ner and surveyor. and they will bo tried Saturday. regular judge for tho next six days 2nd. All democrats who nro legal, Four men lost th- ir lives and a num- It is claimed that thu boys got on a voters of Lincoln county, or who willi ber of others had narrow esenpes when "whiz" nnd going to the church, greatBBBBBBBB l0 legal voters on tho 2nd day of No-- . t le steamer Samuel, in chargu of Pilot ly disturbed tho teacher and his class. vembcr, 1909, oro entitled to vote in Hogland, crashed Into n log raft in n It is said that timber men and others their respective precincts, nnd are reheavy fog near Itockport on Green riv- working in tho woods in this county, quested to do so. A To The Democrats of Lincoln County. have ceased operations until nfter the er. 3rd. Every candidato who desires to A sho't time ago I made formal anHanker Griffiths, of Walton, has republican primary Jan. 1G. Candidates havo his namo printed on tho ballots to bo used in said primary election shall nouncement of my candidacy for the sued O. M. Rogers nnd II. F. Graziann, were so thick that there was danger of on or before 12 o'clock midnight of the democratic nomination for jailer of Lin- a couple of Kenton county lawyers, felling trees on them. In some locali22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with coln county. The knowledge that men for $25,000, because they brought suit ties it is said that tho dogs havo ceased tho treasurer of tho committee the sum desire to know more of n candidate than against him for divorce, when they (o hark at them they havo become so common. hereby Axed as tho cntrnnco fee in the miy be gathered from the card of an- knew that his wife was insane. Typhoid fever lias broken out at Hart Coffey is a candidato for the raco for the olllco for which ho is n nouncement, prompts mo to me to make My entlro ttfo Messina and physicians nt Rome fear republican nomination for constable in candidate, said sum so realized to bo this public statement used in defraying tho expenses of tho has been spent in this county, so that that an epidemic will get a start that this district. Hart has been weather primary. At tho same time thu candi- it is useless to suggest the sources of will carry the disease beyond the strick- prophet for tho Yoscmlto people for a dato shall Rive written notice to the information concerning my standing as en district. Some reports say that the number of years, but his predictions disease is dysentery, which is regarded were so much at fault that he became chairman that ho desires to be n candi- a citizen. This raco is for the nomination of tho as equally as dangerous as t phoid fe- disgusted and has concluded tc try poldate, and name tho office he seeks itics for awhile. Mr. Coffey is one of The cntranco fco of candidates shall democratic party, however, it may bu ver. boas follows: For sheriff, MO; for proper to refer to my political life that A dispatch from Greensburg says E. the best of fellows and will doubtless you may know how well I may claim to H. Perkins has resigned as Sheriff of get thu plum for which he is reaching. county judge, $10; for county Rev. J. S. Taylor filled Rev. Hunt's $10; for county clerk, $10; for be a member of that party. Since I Green county because of the decision w.is 19 years old my unhesitating alle- of the United States Supremo Court, pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday jailer, $1G; for assessor, $10; for giance has been given to the democrat- making Green county liable for $250,-00- 0 and preached a most interesting ser$10; for school superintendic party, though my earliest service worth of bonds voted to aid in the mon. He dwelt at length on the sub ent, $10; circuit clerk, $lu. 4th. Tho election ihall bo held in all was rendered at a time when minority construction of the Cumberland and ject of sanctification and it seemed to us that his remarks ought to Bet at rest respects as required by statute relative prevented my casting a vote. In every Ohio Railroad in 1871. Another attempt to liberate Harry the new idea of the subject as taught to primary elections, and a uniform contest that has been waged since my first vote was cast 1 havo both voted Thaw from the insane nsylum at by some. Uncle Josh, us ho is fami- ballot shall be used in nil voting was made. Counsel obtained iarly known, preaches llible sanctificaTho chairman of thu commit- and done whatever was withmmy powtee is directed to cnusu to bo printed er to nssist in the election of the dem- from Justice Tompkins, of tho New tion but does not hold to the new thennd distributed to the several voting ocratic ticket. Though taking no con- York supreme court, a writ of habeas ory a "little bit." His discourse was precincts the neccsary ballots and all spicuous wrt in those contests, I have corpus compelling the asylum author- interesting and was accorded the best supplies necessary to tho legal conduct nevertheless, given tho best energies I ities to produce Thaw before that jus- of attention. pssessed to tiie cause, ami none can tice at Nyack Saturday. Miss Ilessie Winfrey nnd little sister. of tho election. In 21 hours after being released from Linnie, were here Sunday with Miss Cth. Tho democratic county commit-tc- say that I have uvtr faltered in my :il jail, at Irvine, on bond. Reach Hargis, Ilessie Lee. Q. R. Jones i3 at Liberty shall apjwint officers to hold tho legiancu to my party. yenrs three iuiin uie past recently tried at that place for the mur- this week doing duty as supervisor. election in each precinct, who shall bo Imvit attracted special notice der of his father, proceeded to his home Rnndo ISrown, of Liberty, was here selected fiom lists furnished by nil candidates who desire to submit lists. The Ucaune in trke.l liy dimensions within at Jackson, and made things lively. It Monday. Herbert Jones cashier of the nearly divided as the rnnl tint rmulted m officers shall bo a is alleged he got drunk and shot up tho Wartburg, Tenn., bank, joined his wife hero Saturday. Mrs. Jones has been possible as to judges, clerks and slier-id- s til of many democrats from the party. town. He was arrested after an among tho various candidates. Tho I refer to the campaigns of 1WC, 1900 and day debauch and placed in visiting her parents nt Dunnvillc. J. P. Wilkcrson was here Monday on busofficers of the primary shall, as soon as and 1901, still fresh in the memory of jail Four prominent young men of Loui- iness Robert Allen, of Uoyle, this the jwlls arc closed, which shall be done every voter, in 1S90 I voted for Ilry-ain 11.K) for Itryan, in 1901 for l'nrk-e- r svilleHoward Mellows, Norvin Green. county, came up Monday and brought nt 4 r. M , proceed at once to count tho and for ilryan in 19)3. Not only thix, Fred S. Ilreyfogle and J. K. Kemp, and his daughter, who has entered school ballots cast for each and every candidate for office, and after counting samo but mure was done that limy serve to Miss Mnry Iloswell, u member of Lex- here. they will place all ballots voted in tho hIiow that the distress of the democrat- ington's social set, had a narrow esballot Ikixch furnished by the commit- ic party has never found mo indifferent. cape from death when tho uutomobile Evangelist Herr's Remarkable I do not mention these facts boastfulin which they were riding plunged over tee, sealing up tho boxes as required by clitr at Clay's Ferry. ? and, within two days thtreaftcr, ly for 1 conceive it to lie the duty of u Kentucky-rive- r law, The Interior Jouknai. republishes tho sheriffs nnd judges of election will overy man who claims to be n democrat No fatal injuries w ere received bv any herewith from the Kentucky State A deposit tho boxes with tlo chairman of to support the nominees of his party. of thu live. Journal a contribution by Rev. Joseph county committee at tho court My only object is to indicate that I Sensational evidence developed in thu tho Severance, chaplain of tho Frankfort house in Stanford. Tho officers of the havo allowed nothing to detract from investigation of the killing of Mrs. Anpenitentiary: election in each precinct will make and my loyalty to tho party, whoio nomina- nie Major in Garrard. Her brother. Ono of the most remarkable meetings statement showing tho tion I now ask. Andrew llroughton, nnd husband, Chas. sign a written of the prison was held in evI was Major, w ero both arrested and placed in the annals Dooaiaea Three years ago last November number of votes cast for each and the chapel of tho penitentiary Sunday ery candidato for office in tho precinct, elected assessor of Lincoln county and in jail on warrants charging them with morning. George T. Herr, of Louisand plnco said statement in nu envelopo since that d.itu have been uctively en- the killing. Major claims llroughton ville, u friend of Chaplain Severance, gaged in thu duties of my office. and deposit it in tho ballot boxes. killed Mrs Major in uu attempt to asThu rt cords of tho assessor's office sassinate him und llroughton claims was present and spoke from tho fourth Cth. Tho returns ure to lu made to und 12th chapters of tho 103rd Psalm. tho chnirman of tho county committee, nro public, open to inspection at all that Major killed Mrs. Major. Mrs. sermon was a strong appeal to the and should ho be absent from tho coun- tunes and invite the closest scrutiny Mujor was killed last Thursday night The ty, then to tho secretary of the com- of the office by those who wisli to know while acting as hostess ut a family re- men for gratitude to God for the rich provision made for the redemption of mittee, at tho court houso within two in what nvimier nave tcrreil thu peo union at her home at liuena Vistu. tho race and urging them to accept of days after the election. On tho next ple of this county asanoffict . Doubt tho mercy of God and allow Him to reday after the election tho county com- less I havo made mistakes, but ! doubt Hold-U- p. A Horrible move their sins from them "as far us reany ono will charge that they have if mittee shall meet nnd canvass the "About ten j ears ago my brother turns of tho election and make certifi- been either many or gross, and it lias ui "holdup" in his work, health and the East is from the West." The chapel was crowded to the doors and during never been Intimated that they have h:ippiiiis-bj- ' cate thereof. what wns believed to bo 7th. Tho secretary of tho committee been tho result of either inefficiency or hopeless Consumption," writes W. It. the sermon that lasted an hour no one moved and none went out. is directed to givo notice of this elec- neglect. N. C "Ho Lipscomb, of At thu close of the sermon the gospel A candidato for public office can in took ull Kind of remedies and treattion as is required by law. no way mako better proof of his fitness ment from suveral doctor-.- , but found invitation was given and a total of C2 G. L. I'KSNY, Chm'n. than by an honest and efficient service no help till ho used Dr. King's New men camo forward, some to confess J. IS. IlAlLKY, Sec'y. in tho public stations he may havo oc- Discovery ami was wholly cured by taltti in Christ, (of these there were H7) and others to renew their vows. cupied in the past. I make no claim to six bottles. He is uwell man Prosldont Holps Orphans. signal accomplishments in tho oilico I It't. quick to lellovo and thu surest Hundreds asked for prayer in their beHundreds of orphans buvo been half. Among those who camo wero lielpod by tho 1'iehideiit of Tlio Indus- hold, yet I um willing to havo my re- euro for weak or soro lungs, llemor-llitic-- ., some of the hardest men in tho prison Coughs uud Colds, HrouchllU, Homo ut Macon, cord examined nnd to submit to whattrial and Orphan's nnd more noted for insubordination and ever judgment mav result. La Grippo, Asthma and all Bronchial , who writes: "Wo havn uod ihsobcdiencu than for piety and moralIf nominated I shall do nil in my powMo und $1. Trial bottlo F.leetrlo Hitters in this Institution for er to secure tho election of thu ticket fiee. Guarantied by l'euuj's Drug ity. ulno j oars II has proved u most ox Hut the chaplain believes that the 1 cellent meillulno for Stomneh, Liver us well us myself, und if elected shall Stole. per cent, of those who remain true is Kidney troubles. Wo legnrd It endeavor to render tho full measure of nnd On ucuunt of his active fight against us great among prisoners bs among tu oiio of tho best family medicines on service required of tho office. To thosu who shall see proper to givo "bootleggers" and "blind tigers," City thoso outside. curtli." It Invigorates tho vital llro. Herr knows tho prison work us W. II. Huney at amass meetpurllles the blood, uld dlgis-lio- me their support I shall be deeply Attorney ing of citizens, was voted the most pop- few men do. He is u man of large Very Respectfully, grateful. creates nppetllo. To stiongthen ular man in Corbin und u banquet will sympathy and having had an experience W. A. Cakson. und build up tliiu. palu, weakchildrcn of 1Q years us nn evangelist, knows bo given in his honor Junuary 12. down people it has nu equal or run how to reach tho hearts of the men. A Religious Author's StateHost for femalo eoinplaiuts. (July 60o If jou will take Foley's Orino Laxat- Ho has the entire confidence of both ment. ut Penny's Drugstore. ive, until thu bowels become tegular prisoners and officials and is always I'or sovoral jours 1 was acllltcdwlth you will uol havo to tuko purgatives given u most hearty welcome by all. December was tho warmest month kidney trouble ami last Winter 1 was constantly, us Foley's Orluo LaxaTho baptism of the U7 men who made on record. Tho mercury wont up to 70 suddenly stricken with u seveio pain tive positively cuius chronic coiutlpa-tlo- confessions Sunday will be utttnded to degrees on tho 17th and was tho lowest In my kidney und was confined toU'd unit sluggish liver, l'leutuut to next Sunday morning. Mr. Herr will at 15 on tho 2nd. Tho precipitation eight days unublo to get up without return fur thu baptism. tulto. New btunford Drug Co. 1.25 below tho average being 2.13 was Jos. Severance, chaplain. assistance. My urinu contained u of rain and 0.C of snow. Tho $29,210,000 lino case of tho Stan thick whtto sediment und 1 passed The cleverest imitation of real Collee There Is no easo on record of u sumo frequently day and night. I dard Oil Company will not bu reviewed over jet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health cold or la grlppo developing commenced taking Foley's Kidney by thu Supremo Court of tho United cough, Is Colfee. It is lino lu Uavor-un- d into pneumonia after Foloy's Honey Remedy, and tho puingruduully abat- States. Tho decision of the court to made in just one minute. No tedious und Tar has been taken, as It cures thu ed und finally ceased und my urine this effect was unnounced by Chief Jus 20 or 'M mlnutei boiling. Mude from most obstlnuto deop soutod coughs and became normal. I cheerfully leeom-mon- d tice Fuller. puro purched grains, mult, nuts, ete. KLI'XmilC KANGKS The Itange to buy; a full fcaver; u mono)- - maker; Foley's Kldnoy Kcmody. New colds. Whytako anything olso. New 1'ioventlcs- - those Cundy Cold Cure Sample frco. Sold by Penny's Drug Stanford Drug Co. Stanford Drug Co. tho best baker. A largo liue of telect frum uud we will appreciate a call. Tablets will safely and quickly check Store. m Gov. Wlllson has been appointed a oull colds and the Grip. Trythem Ovvu brand pure cotton seed meal. The Mobile, Ala., Herald, an afterSold byl'euny s noon newspaper, has suspended Car just arrived $30 per ton. J. II. member of the Hoard of Governors of once uud see Official call for democratic primary election for Lincoln county, to nominate candidates for county dikes. 1st. A primary election H hereby called to bo held In tho sovernl voting prcclncta of Lincoln county on Saturday-, February, Ctb, 1009, between C A. for tho purpose of nomM. and 4 r. M inating democratic candidates for the offices of county judge, county ntlor-ncy- , county clerk, sheriff, jailer, representative, nssessor, school superin-tendch- t, magistrates of the several Km Hi 1 11 VsLBsW NEW! NEW! il - their patronage. New Year has begun. Our house is full of New Goods and we appreciate new trade and heartily thank our old customers for We Try to Give You Value Received. Call and See Us. Cummins & Wearen, pro-clnct- s. Mat-teaw- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. o j. mmm&mmi ht TO n, oue friends: For the favors you have extended, we desire to thank fyou and express our wish for cordiall business relation during the year 1909.;; HAPPY NEW YEAR. H. HICG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. 1 1 Wu-hlngt- la niTi-cllo- or-tan- s, u l48-25- Utugbman & Co. ' Harvard University. Drug Store. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. .! UjfljjJi, w,j,s.a2v.- r. . IgjJN A.W- - "'W" . - IV t E! ) - Tho Masons of this place had a banThe first annual horse sale here this quet at tho Ashlock Hotel Monday. year will bo held here Feb. 10 and 11. Bev. C. L. Pyatt has been called by grand jury. Presented by tho wlfo of C. W. Add tho Christian chutch for another year. ams to his Lordship on Jan. 3, an On tho first of the year the national Tho spoke factory is being rushed to son Bccchcr, for a now year's UUAKTRtlt.Y UKI'onT OP TUB treasury showed that tho actual cash comp'etion. Mr. Coleman will also on hand was eitfht millions below the Rift Mrs. Georgo L. Bradley, nceCabbell, erect a handsome olTlco nnd make this Crab Orchard BaiAif Co., working balance. The low condition of the actual cash, it is believed, fore- was tho recipient of many nico bridal placo headquarters. Clcl McAninch, hackman from this At tlir Closti nt llmlncM Dec. 81, low. shadows an early call upon the banks presents here, where no ono knows her place to Ounnville, had tho misfortune government but to love her. for n return of part of the Lost, a hunting case gold watch, last of getting ono of his horses seriously deposits. And this in the face of reRCxOURCf-week on the Tanner or Hall Anderson hurt. In somo way the animal stepped LnansanJ Discounts publican prosperity. M,I7 4i , 3.1ft II tinircurrJ farm. Reward for its return to Newt. into a rut on the pike, breaking tho OtrrJrafls.National Hanks ,J BIO CI Pur Irom 3,( ftl tho hoof nnd ankle. Hon Stovam, of Knox county, was Jones, Mt. Salem. j bono between .. Pur from Trust. 1Vinnlt I.S00 (0 linking House anJlnt Mrs. 11, C. Nunncllcy, of Winches- - M sentenced to 110 years in the penitenOur new board of city fnthera met . . . tltfaRM . tiary. Ho was first Riven two sentence- Monday evening and elected J. H. ter, has been visiting her parents, Mr, Srrclr I l !U 1,405 00 J.5I1 DI s" of 10- years each for robbery and Hocker, treasurer. They will complete nnd Mrs. K. L. Tanner. Misses Berta Curremy . 1rrlnf tind Katherino Murphy nnd Mary D. Oth.r ItrmirarrlrJ atCith then 99 years for murdor. Hob will be their organization this week. I utnllmx anJ I, Kir) cm almost as old as the ancient Mathusclah IIM son of Dignity Dare Beck will return to Bourbon College to- KuDdtolMfTastS Tho Currrnt l.arvnsra lail uarlrr Ills W should he serve tho entire time, which that Smith T. Powell sold for $500 nt day. Everett Epperson, of Lciichficld, Currrni to last iuttr. l.MJ 3 l,vt 3 of course he will not. our last horse sale, was sold last week III., traveling salesman for tho Belknap Hardware Co., Louisville, was how OUc Jrtcrlption, location, valut anJ ownrj, all iral rstatr rscrrt New York parties for $3,600. lone The fire loss in tho United States to owntj longhouse an of Mrs. J. P. E. McKeown, of Louis- with the homefolks during tho holidays. banking Iivt )tati.J lot, It any to er than SO LOW and Canada in 1903 was larger than in Mrs. W. B. Hansford and children, of ville, is tho guest of her parents here. any year before that did not have great tAifiM m Y. W. Burton, having rented his farm Somerset, visited relatives here. Mrs. UAmtlTICS Thirty-twconflagrations. years ago JH.MO fl to John Lynn, has moved to Somerset. M. V. Morse has returned from a visit ("Vital Stock palJ In, In cash I, IK) w the loss was under $70,000,000; last ; Louisville, Miss lies-si- o NurpluslunJ 01 C. M. Sipplo and family will move to her sisters in UiUrsMrJ I'rolits year it was $233,562,250. True it is Clothier, of Somerset, is the guest put Depositors at follows.vli bought of I. Hal- recently Deposits subject to check (on is a good servant but a hard to the farm that fire of u,vw is which Interest It not faM) di, who will locate at Frankfort. Mrs. of Miss Lena Beck. Deposits ut)ect to chfck (on master. Hill Spalding, of Louisville, is visiting 00 000 00 Interest Is pa' JJ which in lot WORTH Don't Get A Divorce. DrmanJ certificates of Jepislts Last year was a pretty stiff one in her father, Dr. Edward Alcorn. . (on which Intent! It uU A western judgo granted a divorce Time certificates of Jrposlls (on ooocoio Rev. II. M. Burk desires through the financial wotld, and benefactions which Interest It pakl) 00000 00 nnd bad on account of Sas Infrs deposits (on which Inwere of course smaller, but the com- these columns to express his heartfelt Dr. King's New Life Pills terest It rtU) 0000000 Huston-vill- e breath. pilation made by tho Chicago Tribune thanks to hisjmany friends at I CertlfieJ Check! and Moreland who so kindly re would have prexented It. They euro Due National Hanks shows that the gifta of the living, leavConstipation, causing bad breath and Due State Hank! anJ Ilanktrt. Due Trust Companies ing otit of course, small ones, exceeded membered him during the holidays. . . Liver Trouble, the ditpet Cathler tCheckt outtunjhiit The thanks of carrier on No. 1 are (10 $43,000,000. Pretty good for an off 10 S Hill! conquer InpalJ JlvU'nJt 00 ouo 00 hereby tendered to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. colds, banish year. 00 cm) i Tases Jue an.1 unralJ U5c at Penny's Drug Store. Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Jake walls and chills. uo 00 llrtersrl for late It is now in order for Senator Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Matt Reynolds for sub Scott I wunder how that expression, t'arltat ttxk nutralJ SUPI'LLMLNTAHY. ley to come out in another letter eulo- stantial remembrances during tho holiof Illcnest amount of "the marriage was solemnized" origi- itockhcMer person InJeMeJnen firm any (Incompany or gizing Beach Hargis.l Something will days. nated? cluding In the IlaMlitv of the company or have to be done to counteract the efInJIvlJual Myers, Vaughn & McCormack ship Mott It was doubtless suggested by firm the liability of the InJirectly, If tuch thereof J Jlrectlv or fects of his drunken orgie at Jackson ped to Cincinnati one car of hogs they the look on the bridegroom's face. of lniebte.inettescee.lt to percent of captho other night. ital ttock actually palJ In anJ actual bought at 3 to 5c, one ;car of butcher Boston Transcript. of the bank amount of turrlut McIn abose Item President Ledus, of the Burley To- cattle bought at 2i to 3Jc. C. R. cattle To Our Customtrs Prfstnt and How It InJebteJneii itateJ r tecureJ? shipped one car of (See Sec. il. ky. Statutes) bacco Society, comes high but he seems Cormack lllghett amount ol InJetteJneit of any Prospfctlvt. to think the society has to have him. bought at 2 to 3Jc. Jirector or ofheer. il amount of inch In- Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn JebteJnest esceeat 10 per cent or pau-uHe now asks for a salaryfof $10,000 a ! capital ttock of bank The Indian Helluing Company has spent last week with friends and rela(See Sec 581. Kentucky SUtutet). year and we predict he will get it. now been doing business in and How It tame tecureJ? tives here. Horace Bohon got home around Stanford about a year and we Does amount of InJebteJnett of any InrluJIng The Industrial Edition of the Louis the Pacific slope on the 30th and take this opportunity to assure our rerton, company or firm or firm the In the liabilthe company villa Times is a'most creditable news started for the Atlantic coast Jan. 1, many customers of our sincere appre- IlaMlitv 0 InJIvlJual membert thereof, ity of the LIKE FINDING capital and 10 per cent of paper effort. It;is as big as all out spending but two nights out of harness. ciation of tbeir patronage and our actual turplut No to servo them at all dojra and as full of news as an egg is If to, ttate amount of Indebtednett. The store and stock of goods of L. H. earnest desire to solicit new $15 business times and also I Amount of last dividend mile Peck, located on the pike one-haof meat. n fact that our comIt is a Were all expense!, lottes. Interest FOR south of McKinney, was robbed and petitor has been aotio and strenuous and Uses deducted therefrom before 10 andwatnotletttnan The pneejof booze has dropped two burned Sunday morning at 4 o'clock. In their efforts to take away our bus- per cent, of net profits of the bank for the cents on the gallon. Hooray, hurrah! No insurance. Besides the btock and iness, but in the fuco of all their ef- period covered by the dividend carried to forts we have enjoyed u fair per cent the turplut fund before tatd dividend wat building Mr. Peck lost $56 in cash, of tho trade for which we uro grateful Jeclarei (See Sec. 396. Kentucky Statutet) POLITICAL. which he left in the store. The build- to a generous public. A fair share of fi.isi; m bluings is all wo ask and hope STATE Charles'J. Hughes, Jr., of Denver, ing was saturated inside with coal oil the Or KENTUCKY that our friends can see tbelrway clear will be the new democratic Senator before being fired. to continue to glo us this. We haw r"mintv nf Llnfnln from Colorado. The following officers were elected a fully equipped distributing station J.tUllT, CtMr .l Crb Orchard Hank lnit()..a tank located anJJne i nomas lionan, or Seymour, was by our Masonic lodge to serve the en- at Danville, Ky., und carry a complete oH'rah Orchard. In MlJ County, butlntit In town tvlng July orti n TMp nominated for speaker of the Indiana suing year: George D. Weatherford, line of burning oils and gasoline and su the fore cofnp rrp"" ,n IUnW ma uu tjtf onj.tton ol at the clow? nf E. Mc can make immedluto shipments of all mtntof the fthe 31ft Jjy uU Iec, ig House of Representative at the Dem W. M., E. V. Carson, S. W., of business on grades of lubricating oils and greases of his knowleJee anJ bcHef an J further to the best says the ocratic caucus. The Democrats have Cormack. J. W., John Lynn, secretary, from our rclinery at Georgetown, Ky , business of sulj Ilink has been transacted that the at ten majority. C. W. Adams, treasurer, J. P. Goode, tho largest manufacturing institution location nameJ, anJ not elsewhere anJ that the aSe report maJe In comrlunce with an oflidil notke re An appropriation of $400,000 is made Tyler, J. B. Riffe, S. D., O. S. Williams, in tho state. We are absolutely inde- ceUeJfrum the Vcretirv of State JesJcnahng th LC of the trust and to again .tin Javnf I ', tV. as the Jay on which such for thejpurchaso or erection of a build- J. D., John Dinwiddie, C. II. The lodge pendent this, wo publish tho sworn report shall re maI Jeworn to before me- by J piove ing in Paris, France, for the residence meets on the second Friday in each statement of the president of our uioih'Jan l.nllcy tbef.h day of JttDuaty, I of the American Ambassador there by month at 2 P. M. The unanimous thanks Ji.ho Mroittnii, N I. My coiiiraliilon etplrea Jan. 21 M .M a bill which passed the Senate. Should nuy person make tho stateof the brethren are extended to Hon. J. J (". Representatives Patterson, Lever and N. Saunders for his most excellent work ment toyou that wu are pail of any rer.J.UHalley. Ca'hler, W. 1.. IVrkini.Ourtli Oo- t'olller, DIrrrtori. other company hae them put tho Legare, Democrats of South Carolina, here last meeting. statement in writing, then send us the will retain their scats in tne House. quarterly U'ort iifTiio On Thursday, Dec. 31, in Lexington, statement und we will bund it to the This decision was reached by tho unan- George L. Bradley, of Lexington, and proper legul authorities und these unMcKinnei Deposit Bank, imous vote of the Elections Committee Miss Dollie Cabbell, of Hustonville, truthful statements will cease. Wo have many unsolicited testimonials ns No. 1. were married by the pastor of Broad- to tho quality of our goods and only At tin cluti nt Imslrims IVc. .11, 1W1, John C. Duffy was indorsed for the way Christian church. This wedding ask the prompt ctlo customers to glvo . ltesourn s, democratic nomination for circuit judge was the culmination of a short acquain us a lair trial ami m iucresuit.ssiea: II l.ouni anil illsrounts by tho democratic committee of Chris tance, accelerated by love at first Bight, for themselves. 111 To ueritrnfls, aicuriil We ojuirato no Peddler Wagons. of Due from National Hanks T,rT7 It) tian county, lie and nis two rivals in and was quite a surprise to the friends Kespectfully , ours, liuiiHtatu ll.inks.t Itankir tsi el MB III his home county agreed that the losers of the bride, who thought another had IJif.l III llauklii houu and lot Indian Kki'ininm Co. tspede ll.iittll should retire in favor of the man in- won her. Mr. Bradley is a .native of W. C. Agent. s.inTi bi SJiiJ (si t'urreite) a I II In r Hi msl'arrltd a()ah Dunville, Ky., Branch. u Nl dorsed. Bourbon county and holds a lucrative Sflxl II) Kurnltureand Klitures The Tennessee Legislature met Mon- position with the L. & N. in Lexington, Current exiwu-i'- s Inst iimrter ill II Ciuclnnutl, O , Oct 31, 1C0. of (he ilescrliitlou. location, snlue day in Nashville. The Democratic where they will go to housekeeping. To Whom It May Conckun: lorn; immil.all real etate State-wid- e The undersigned, upon oath, de ami how prohi- They spent Sunday here with the bride's members who favor esiept I'linkliiK house anil lot. If That the Indluti Ke any owned long than five ,tar. bition by ignoring caucus action and mother. They have the best wishes of clares and suys: oj Generally. Ueorgetown, Ky., nning Company, l.'.S.'.'I'l fil effecting a coalition with certain Re- every one. is Independent of the Standard Oil .labilities: publicans elected the Speakers in both I n as much as the Blue Grass Special Company und Its branches, and inde J15.HIH.I Capital tick paid In, In cash houses. was run to Moreland for the benefit of pendent or uny other Company, cor Hurpius iiinu i;jii m di Bountiful provision for the earth- tho citizens of this place and surround- poration or Interest, und that ll is not ruiilvlileilpiollts tocheck on which subsidiary Company of any other Deposits subject a quake sufferers of Italy was made by ing country, it behooves us to encour corporation by association, contract Interent l not paid :.si7 f)7U Congress by unanimous vote. Tho sum age the traveling public to avail them- or understanding; und that no other Due National Hanks Stanford, Kentucky. amount of Indebteiliiiss of $800,000 was grunted almost imme- selves of this special service. Much de oil dealing corporation or associa of lllnhe.t kliohh r. tM'rson. any stoi or firm Uncluilliii! In thu liation owns an interest In this Company. diately after the reception in both pends upon this. It is a plain business bility of thiiiompaii) or firm the lilCIIMOM) I..KVKIIINU, ludlvltlu il ini'iiitn'rs then of I houses of a message from the President proposition that unless it pays a reasonPresident Indian Helming Co. ly or Inillnctlv, If such calling attention to the calamity and able return it will not continue to come ceeds Jinr cent, of ) Stato of Ohio h.S capital slock actually paid In, and the pressing need for aid for the strick- to Moreland every night, as it is now County of Hamilton. I actual amount of surplus of that doing. Tho early hour, 5:15 a. M., at en people of a sister Nation. Subscribed und sworn to beforo iup, bank t Indebtedness stated In How which it leaves for Cincinnati, prevents a Notary Public, in und for said nlsai' Item sec in ed? county, tills 30th day of October, l'JOS IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. many from using this train. As winter (Hot) Hoc. rVcl.Kt ntucky Htalutes.) i.AMONlTUI.i.IS, Of lllljhi tt amount of Indebtedness Kentucky. W. R. Letcher, formerly of Rich- passes, this should not be an excuse. Notary Public Hamilton County. of any director or olllier. If thu amount of Mich Indebtedness exHe was Tho shipments of poultry by express mond, is dead at Lexington. capiceeds HI per cent, of paid-usecretary of the Kentucky Racing As- from Moreland are equal to that of any Valuable Mill And Owalling For tal stock of Hank I IKi u K u.Sit I, Kentucky Htatutes.) on tho line and the shippers all station sociation. Salt! lion Is name secureilT A fine vein of barytes has been dis- prefer thls'traln. Thcyaro doing their Dim's amount of Indelitedness of InolHilliK'ti duty faithfully and well. As Casey (llre-ul-t Court, tint lixlKtiient of tliH Mm oln any imtsiiu. loiiipanyor firm. covered on the farm of A. J. Hayden, li'tnli'rul ut the H'clnl In the llalilllty of the county citizens travel much, their attvrin, 1UN, In tlixrute of D.M. I.lpin' two miles Southeast of town, says the linn the liability nf tho InJielris iiKiilint 1. M. l.liips' ailiiilnlttriitur, W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, 8. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT tention is called to this feature also. utc, tliHUniliTaliiiinl mmiiilsnloiuT will at dividual members then of exceed Advocate. capital uud ill nr cent, of paid-uThey can help save the coffers of tho uuout lv. M.on MoNKAY. J N. 1, I'm, la actual surplus? J. B. PAXTON. J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER O. B. Hamilton, of Somerset, brake- Imj xolil of tilt) by taking a little Blue Grass frontoltVr formill titnt pulillo In lluslonslllc, If so. statu amount of tuch InKy outcry to tliu uiln H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER man on tne Cincinnati bouthern, was company lililili-"in theirn." Every passenger helps lilKlii-t- t mm tln follow lug prop- debtedness caught between a freight car and an and every monthly increase in receipts erty In lliutoiivllli', Lincoln i minty, Kyi Amount of last dividend f i.V) (il DIREOTORS: :'iusr. A lot of tlirioui-rra- . lontiilnltiK VuriiiilluxKiiiseK, losi.es, Inter-es- t engine at Helen wood. Tcnn., and crush' at tho Moreland office will givo us friiiii,Uni'llliiKliouiMH looms, J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. V. Carter, Stauford; and taxes, ilcilucled I hen from greater confidence that we will receive 5 paretic, 2 hulls iinU rcliiir: n will, 1 ed to death. beforudcclaritiK dividend. and was una oiitliullilliiKs, John 11. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. O. linn. u liirtio not lex the benefits of tilts special train. 10 iwr cent, net Imm.crlb, niuokcliousi', livn lioun'.ctc., nil Iiiolltsof than bant for tliu of rlod 1'ror. Isaac r isner returned irom a the kin, Lsuciittur; J. li. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, of iiiixk'riiiliilKti mid In im'illeut riimlr. emend by tho dividend carried to trip through Ohio and Michigan, where Simple Remedy For La Grippe Tills lot Is IkiiiiuIhiI on Hit- - .North unit Vsl the surilus fund U'foru said diviGilberts Creek; R. L. Huhhle, Lancaster; W. hy tliu Imulof I'rlnli litiiiii;oii tlm Kust ly dend wasdeclurod Yes. donations aggregating $10,000 were II. Cummins, I'rcncliersvillc; Lilhiirn Hacking la grippe coughs that may the lands of John IIIiiyWiIiIIimiiiiI .Mrs. llrulit Kentucky Htatutes.l col(H.'oH"0. 51. l secured for the establishment of a main strci I. develop Gooch, Gilberts Creek. pneuinonlu into oer Iliiriiiitt. andA on tin HoutliiiiIHhikI ili'valor, friuiii'Krlkt mhomi. ored industrial school in Danville. tU.flt, 61 with ttin most iiiod.Tii miu'hliii rv, night uro quickly cured by Foloy's ) Iniucidh'iil Statewide prohibition bill was in- Ilotioy uud Tar. Tliu sore and lu- u lapaelly ofrfjiulriiinl riiiinlintorilxr, with Statu of Kentucky, A ;j ham County of Lincoln, f HH Ihi'oinpnt of willed troduced in the Tennessee Senate by ll amoil lungs uro healed and btiength-ened- , uiUiillniiiullty iiial l, H'putatloii tliul ofxii.s I, II. Mctcnlf, ca.hlor of thu McKinAND QUICKEST WAY TO mill In tlitt Htittt'. Tin' locution u I'ti'i'llunt ney It.Pepo.lt Hank, n bank oritan-lu- l Senator Hilladay. Tho bill is a pracof main and u iimrkut und u dangerous condition U IhiiIi for Ha- uud IoIiik business In the town of for tlm mill inanufai'lurc. law reaffirmation of tho four-mil- e Ky., tical thu said county, quickly avcited. New Stanford Diug Tho mill lot Is ImiiiiuIiiI on tins North hv McKlnnoy. sworn,In sas mo lorcttoinu now in force with tho exceptions in the li) llu land of A. beliiK nuiy a trim statement of thu iniilii tricti on 111': Is Co. M. Kri ion lliiiHoiith liv tlm dums la ml; retKirt of thu said bank at thu clone of busiold law omitted. Later, it is underliy thulitnil of John iiml on tin' ness on Dee. III. I'.iM. totheliestof his know I. Bill Britton, formerly of Breathitt mill coiilshix nlKiut two ui'ri'a, Th stood, a measure will bo introduced proisluu unit Ih llof; mid furthur sas that thu llauk hibiting tho manufacturing of intoxica county, who gained wide notoriety ft ri'tfola.' Ik'Iiik thesaiiii'roiirt disc r I In U bus tii'KSOf said named, has Iseu Iraiuacted In tin' jiulxiiK nt and not t'lsuwhem; at the location ' inrougii ins connection with the leudul ting liquors in Tennessee. Thu ohji'rt of tho sith' Is for u tHttliuiii'iit a ltd inai i uu a no vu rupon isiiiiiiiuiiicuiiipjt-anc- e wur us ono of. the iiurgis henchmen, n( thuislutouf I), il. I.lppiind dUlalon of . .j with an oltlclal notice lecelved from -. surplus amoiiK his lit Ira on an old tho it Ms. Thu suit's w III U' niado onu credit tliuHecrt'tary of HtutudesliinatlliK Dec. ill, LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Tho dismembered body of Rev. John wus urrcated ut More-heaTr P.ih, at the day mi which such riort shall H. Carmichael, a Methodist minister, charge of having committed a murder of six months Thu puri'hiiturs will Imi Imi made. ImhuIs with gooU kiutirlty to ul was found partly consumed by fire in in Lee county, Vu., about 10 years ugo. thu purchiuu prli'u. Inarlnn o per I'uiil. for hnb'.crllxd and sworn to lieforo me by FOR RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MANAGER 11. II. Mutcalf, thu 2nd day of January, the two heating stoves of one of his from thu ilntu of tulu until paid, N, The wife of James Hundley, of the thuCommlssloiii'r, huiiiK thu lono 1WU. My cotuiulislun K. J. Tanner, SI, 1. three churches near Columbus, in the Kiplres Jan. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY JudKUii I'llii t Southwestern part of St. Clair county, Forkland eection of Boyle, is dead, aged andlieu on of a propi rtvlit, uud also secured It. 11. Metculf, Cashier! K. M.Ware, lul.h. by sold, J, the inconpoiKTio Mich. E. The Interior Jo urnal. C WALTON HUSTOIfVILLE. McKINHKY. Thirty-fivIndictment against Judge Charles E. Boor, late claim clerk In the Stato Auditor's office, wcro returned In open court by tho Franklin county eight-poun- LU6KY -- FOR YOU . . rt d o J.S"-.- We have about 50 MEN'S SUITS, only one a kind CLOSE at a price that those who want SERVICE, rather than style, can not afford to miss. They are not damaged, not shelf worn; a few them are a little soiled. Not a Suit the LESS than $10, head-ache- s, Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. mem-be- We want them out the way. We need the money and we have assorted them and made two prices p $5.00 and $7.50 A Suit. paid-u- p It's most lf well-know- or $20 Suit, but remember these prices are THE CASH. Don't $7.50 for a THEM. $5 or forget that. I- - H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. rrti New Ledgers, Journals And m Cash Books In Great Variety In Fact Line Styles and Prices. Very Complete Stationery J?j 83 m m 03 Wor-roiti- ), it PENNY'S. DRUG STORE, com-pau- y Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, 1 p com-liaiiy- Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 33,330.00 340,000.00 p l'l r two-stor- els-tor- ' pun-Inn- - i'HE SAFEST con-illilo- u 'it IHn-ldil- TRANSFER MONEY HUKUHA. MlTrt.MpiCluU'oiHUllMloiHT. Heck uud Frank (Jrlder, Directors. i r " Winter Goods. v Jnnunry Int. finds us with foimo The Future Wc must look to. The yenr just wo will jinnHcti hns Seasonable Goods for white sewing next week wc will place on snle n big line of. white goodi lnccs, embroideries, nnd etc. tf Winter goods on linnd nnd done ue all the good or I- - offer thcec nt nctoniiliingly low jiriocs. Tlio Winter is yet lioforo intirt go. In some respecta it hns been n rcnmrknblc yenr ns it hns brought with it tlio tisunl unstcndincsA in butincss nfliiirs presidential yenr. Once more let's is evil it can. w. Coino nnd ceo the great wiving nt this store Clonks, Bkirts, Furs, nnd heavy good the wheel nnd work together nnd success for your pntronngo in 1008 nnd put our shoulders to sure. Wc thnnk you Wc have sonic special vnlucs for yon. Come, look. nk n continunnco for U)0l). SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanfoud, Ky., 100U 6c SON. STANFORD KY. MATRIMONIAL. Dr. Lansing Rurrnws has resigned tho pastorate of the First Raptist church at Nashville, He will go to Americus, Ga. John Rezie, aged 03, was married to Lucy Metcalf, aged 5C, at Tanksley, Clay county. Regie's first wife's funeral was preached just two days his marriage. Tho members of tho Christian church at Hubblo are requested to meet at the church Sunday at 2 p. m. Every one should como ns there is business of to attend to. Garrard Hrewer and Miss Elsio Leonard, popular young people of Harrods-burdrove to Danville where they wero united in marriage at the Giichcr Homo by Elder Garrison. Frank Harnett, of this place, and Miss Essie Moore, of Boyle, went to Lexington Wednesday and were united in marriage. They returned to Stanford and are at home to their friends at his home on East Main street. Tho 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 acquaintances in Lincoln county. The Interior Journal joins their many friends in wishing them a long, happy and useful married life. bc-fo- ro g, Use Chattanooga plows for good Fresh oysters, celery, lettuce, crancrops. Geo. II. Farris. berries Saturday. George II. Farris. Wc have just placed on fpecinl falo nbout 00 entirely new SaturNOTICE.-- AII those having claims Walking Skirts made from high priced, innterinls nnd free and against the estate of John F. Cash, de in the niot approved styles. Also a haiiiUonie lino of Voile ccaseu, win picase present them to mo tho First National Rank, Stanford, Skirts nt n grent reduction. New things in Neckwear connm Coldiron, !at Where is stantly coming in nt nil price?. An unusually pretty lino of who taught tho Millcdgoville school, properly proven and verified, by Jan Fancy Uclts nml Melting. Have your Spring Clothes fitted over started to Stanford some two weeks lii.iyoy. II. C. Uaughman, administra ago and has not been heard of since. tor. We hnve them to fit nil otic of our new, long hipped corsets. He has a family. Messrs. I. M. Rruce and Dink Far shapes nnd size.-"-. It would be well worth your while to como mer, candidates for jailer, nro having I HAVE bought Al Wallace's nnd inspect our stock of goods now, whether you nrc ready to interest tho town polled with the understanding Whlto. In the livery firm of Ileazlcy & o -buy or not. We have a great many lines of new goods too II. AND A. T. NUNNF.t,- that the gentleman receiving tho few MESDAME3 h. and also tho books. Those owing est votes will retire from the race, LEY, of tho West End, are visiting nunieroii" to mention and all priced as low a possible for reliathe firm will please call and settle with i nere is a goou friends in Winchester. ileal ol speculation as ble merchandise. Call and see us. G. G. lieazlev. mo. to which of them will run in the pri MK. ANI MltS. J. 11. IlAliniiMAN left THE Hustonvillo Combination Sale Co. mary of February G. yesterday for Chattanooga, Tampa, Fla., and other Southern iKiinU. will have u sale of stallions The Christian Endeavor of the ChrisCiiahi.ii: Rankin, of Rankin, is visit- and jacks at Hustonville on Feb. 10 and tian church will have a sqcial meeting ing at James McKcchnlo'ii and has an 11. Write for entry blanks. On March church on Friday evening Jan. 8, eyo to business in the Hubble section 21 and 25 a sale of business horses will in the at 7:30 o'clock. They extend n most his ue held. Rev. (iEokob P. Tauiiman orders cordial invitation "to tho members of STANFORD, KENTUCKY. paper changed from Lexington to KanMr. and Mrs. Ai.ex Martin havo the Young Peoples Societies of the City, to which place he and bis sas received from tho U &. N. S5.000 and Raptist, Methodist and Presbyterian family, have moved churches to bo present. W. Morrison Misses Jessie ano Jevn McKkciinie from an insurance company $3,000. The to college at Paris after first amount was paid as a compromise Rright, President. have returned for the killing of their son, Robert W. pending tho holidays with their To the Democracy of Lincoln Squire and Mrs. James McKech- - Martin, and the latter is the amount of county: I find that it will bo impossiWe arc in position to do nil klnd of run insurance he carried. Mr. Martin was nie. ble for me to make an active canvass nucli in llloek Work, 1'iivcuiems wr tlilnir Irom u Mil. M. II. Euiianks hii moved his killed while on his engine near of the county for tho nomination for iiiiu.iii met. tonciin umkeiiny We can oere lioUM'tlowti fence itoit. family tn Hoylc from the Hubble secpromptly ami uunrnnlc' jailer owing to tho condition of my )iiu unit work material. Call anil Ket our prices tion and there is general regret over Alfred Hkiciit, colored, was fined business affairs, and hence have decid nviorojou nuyjour nuiierini in least, their departure from that good to wiinuraw irom tiie race. 1 am f30 for drunkenness in Judge W. A. ed Tribblo's court. In answer to the ques- very thankful to my many friends for is expected Miss Frances Metcai.e tion, where he got tho whisky, Rnght their generous suport in my race and from Cincinnati, w here swore that Solon Craig's wife gave it hope I will gomo day be privileged to homo Stniifiml, Ky. he tins been attending u house party to him. liy the way, what hns become faor them. Thomas W. Good). at tlio home of her friend, Mm Kthel of that government licence Solon is HUBBLE. Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Farris, said to k33cbs? How about it Messrs. NICE HOME AT AUCTION ! Jr., arrived last week from Orlando, OHicera of the Law? Dr. Pearco will fill his pulpit at the Fla., and havo taken rooms at the I will nt ulllc unction nt s o'clock Methodist church Sunday morning. Patrons unci friends of Graded School Elder W. G. Montgomery resigned M.Tt'llI)AYAKTKIlNiH)N,JAN.:rril. Clemens House. Advocate. t' at my home InCritli Orcliiinl. It will remember tho recital to be given of live room with tlin-- iorrli-- ; c,ooil his pastorate here and has accepted a on luick porch. Nice LOCALS. u of by pupils of Miss Fettro and Miss call to the two room on lot. All nee nry outbuild-Iiiat Gradtil School Chapel Saturday Meridian, First Christian church in In Abundance ot Rink Saturday night. Miss. He made many warm line iutoruIlot ripulr.there Is n kpleiullil (rult. and '2:15. An interesting proafternoon at hulo will occur on friends J. It. KTKKNHKIUIKN. Wanted, to borrow $500. This of- - gram has been prepared and all will en- him up. here who were sorry to give CrubOrcliarU, Ky, joy it. Attend and note progress in fico. Miss Mary Roberts has returned to 0 these departments. All cordially InvitSomerset after a pleasant vis.it to Miss Clothes French cleaned Cook & ed. Admission free. Mary Rankin. The children and grand Farmer. Ak iiilinlnlitrnlor of the intntr of Jntiit'8 Senator R. L. Huiiule and M. II. children of, aunt Retsey Spoonamore I will on over Tom Pence's store Two rooms Eubanks handed Messrs. Tom and Ike met Jan. 7th at her home, with baskets TIlfltHllAY.JAN'.Sl, llani, for rent. W. A. Tribble. Lanier a check for JG2.000 last Satur- of good things to celebrate her 90th At lil rralilvmv, oftVr for kiilx publicly nml w III hell to tlo- - lilglivtt nml SEE our new horse collar, tho best one day, the amount being in full pa) merit birthday. nUluVr the following ilocrllK-iI Miss Jewell Spoonamore entertained properly, on the market. Geo. H. Farris for their farm recently sold to tiutoowmitl II i.lioiit. iu nurrttix corn, iminu: nay, lot of gentlemen. Triplets were born to about CO young people very charmingly ? poiiims oiunloimcco, it.iMi io.iui4, ftMlUcr, the puck THE rink will be held Saturday night Monday night. The house was elaborate- iHiiinl mul luinu'oi, pious mm narrow, tm tho wife of George Likings, near Parks-villliniilx-- nml a lot of liouvliolil and as advertised. instead of last Friday. All three of the in- ly decorated in holly and mistletoe. kitchen lurnlturc. The iiooxu property will Im cold on three The dining room was in red and green, liioiillnr Unit) mul Monday will bo county court day and fants died. Advocate. th purchaser will Ik' re presenting a lovely appearance. About iiulriil toexicilti loimi.wltti nppnmil a large crowd is likely to be on hand. security for the purchaxe price- of the Manager II. F. Rout, of the Stan 10 o'clock delightful refreshments were aixitu proH-rt- ; Mini ooiui to oear icKiu in We have on hand all kinds of fresh ford Water, Light & Ice Co., tells us served and at a lato hour tho crowd tercul irouiilatuof execution. lilt, I..HH., T.J. that if the water patrons are econom- reluctantly dispersed, feeling meats. See us. Wilkinson & l.uten much hapAitinlnlHtrator. ical it will not be necessary to shut oH pier for having been there. New line of spectacles. Eyes tested tho water supply each day, as has been Miss Lucy Spoonamore, of Hubble, ! free at the Now Stanford Drug Co. 'a the case since the fearful drouth got at entertained during the holidays in honstore. its worst. So use all the water you or of Miss Sybil Spoonamore, of Indiasale- The Hiifest, mul FoUNt. near Logun's Creek on Gosh- want for drinking, cooking and bathing napolis. More than CO guests partici- Biniru ior meinrcst is a moit ntleitiate policy III luturc pistol. Seo J. II. Sartain, purposes but don't waste it. en pike, a pated in this social function. That the The Mutual Benefit Life Stanford. rI Mu. J. W. Foley, candidate for as- entertainment was a success goes withInsurance Co. There willl be an old fiddlers' con sessor, a good democrat and tho clever- out saying as both tho visitor and host- It Ik coimilcuoilt for economical iikuiiil-Opera House in the est kind of a man, usks us to nail the ess are admired for their rare beauty inunt.lllieritltty of IK imllev contractu, lulr test at Walton's Tho many ilenllni! with lu iuciuUrit!iit lari:o rcJuruii next few weeks. silly lie that has been started on him, and many accomplishments. to imiicy uoilicr. 'Iho cotupaiiy U Jukt'enterliiK tlio i e that he can not sign his name. While delighted guests promised a return vis social nt tho ChrisON account of tho SIXTY not an expert penman, Mr. Foley writes it on tho last day of the year to do hon of u huccchhIuI FOURTH YEAR tiualncvi 'career with tian chnrch there will bo no meeting of as good a hand as the average mechan or to the hostess anniversary. This hoklerit In Lincoln county than KY. the Ladies' Aid Society of that church dining was enjoyed by moro than half all other coinpanlcii comlilueil. Write lor ic, ho has a good idea as to the value part leu hiri.. tutlng aye unci whether marthis afternoon. to of property and is well fitted for the a hundred guests whoso amplo appeti- ried or ulniilu M. NKWI.AND. HH'i'liil AKt. It. tes did justice to tho many course dinA change will be made in tho arrival ollico ho aspires. M)er Iloue Kluti, Htunlurd. ner ranging from turkey to ices and J u men I, White, for of some of the trains Sunday but up to Holk-ltoItockciittla Co. Shelton M. Saufley, managing ed cakes. Tho guests lingered long after tho hour of going to press we wero to find out just what changes are iter of the Kentucky Stato Journal, and dinner listening to tho swectMt of musecretary of tho Frankfort Husiness sic on many different instruments from anticipated. Men's Club, has been elected a council- piano tn violin. All pronounce Miss Hit. J. K. Helm, Sit., a good citizen man of tho Capital City. "Shelt" now Lucy the greatest natural musician in OF democrat, announces this has more jobs than any other man in all their knowing. and truo-bluG. issue for magistrate in tho West End. town, but his friends havo no doubt High-Clas- s Htmifoul, Ky., Jmi. A, U.i, the KUcnl Court Ho will greatly appreciate any thing but that he can hold them all down, for CHURCH MATTERS. of Lincoln county. Ky., Iultu kciiIiiI for tho ertctloii mul completion of u mid or done in his behalf. he is u young man of unquestioned verRev. W. R Harrison, missionary to new county court hoiun on the iiuhllc Will lo held at lu good Korea, will preach ul the Presbyterian kiiunroami tho city of Htunfoid niirccalile to plant Hclllcallnuii prepared liy Aichl-tec- t Unless you pay mo for laundry satility, a hustler and Frank I'. Mllhuru.l Co., WiiihliiKtou will have fellow. Louisville Herald. church, Hustonville, at 2:'M Saturday li.l'. I'lan will when It is delivered to you (lie with the. ArchiDth, and at 11 and 7 o'clock tect unit with t!ie'onntyClnrU iitHtiinford. to decline having the work done for Kacli Contractor wilt tile with lilt lihl it Mr. W. II. Wearen was elected afternoon,Communion - ox services will be certllleil check, made pajnlile to J. M. Sunday. you. Laundry is cash nnd I will credit trustee of tho Stanford Graded School County JuilKe.lor ii.ui,iuelileuc of Ed Wilkinson. held ut the morning service. no one for it. KoihI million Ida iiurt.anit If hl lilit la in tho place of Mr. George L. Penny, that ho will cuter Into contract ut Services at tho Methodist church once nnd Kltiiiiiucccptnolci;unrmitfu com-- Joshua T. Stone, of Wash- who resigned on account of being electStone. Sunday next; Sunday school UiSO, J. A. pany'' liond. paulile tn thu county, for M ington City, died suddenly ut tho homo ed Chairman of the Lincoln county Allen, Superintendent; Song Service JK'rceut.of the contract price for the fulth-lu- l Writo fur lCntry lJlitnks. Hrforuiiiuceof the contract. The conof his wife's mother at Versailles. He democratic committee, the offices being 10:15 A. M Rev. C. A. Tuguo will tractor will Impalil Mil per cent, u thu work ronreea, rctiiluliit: a ht vent, unlit Dual Mr. Penny has made u wus u native of Liberty, where his incompatible. preach ut 11 A. M., and 7:15 r. M. completion. Sale? mother and brother, Will Stone, resido. splendid trustee and it was with much Epworth League at 0:30 p. m. Tho AlihliU to In' kciiliil mul lllnl with tint CouiitvOlerkouor U'lorti IOA m. February For some years ho has been connected nvrct that his resignation was accept- olllcers will bo elected for tho year. lutll.lMU. HUSTONVILLH, KV. o ed. The FUciil Oourt Teamen tho rllit to Mr. Wearen is much Interested in with tho auditing olllco of tho Preaching at Neat's Creek at 3 o'clock uny orull hula. Washington. education and will make a model trus- Sunday afternoon. All aro cordially His Department at J.H.OWHl.KY,Jlt.,County Jutfgo. Big Sale of Business Horses Will be Held March 24 and 25.' invited, tee, we predict. Pastor. OKOIUIK II. OOOl'KK, Clerk, wife and one child survive him. ly. The C. W. It. M. will meet in the Don't fall to read Sam Robinson's Jan. 8, 1900 lecture room of the Christian church at big "ad" on our fourth page. Rig 2:30 Wednesday, Jan. 13th. tiargains in it for you. For Sale or Rent. The Warner For Sale. -- Six thoroughbred Hlack view post Nbw assortment of local store-hous- e on East Main Street. Ap- Rcrkshirc shoats; weight about CO cards at I'cnny'a Drue Store. Some very special bargains In Hox ply at onco to W. K. Warner. ounds. Geo. D. Hopper, Jr. . Paper, but the supply Is limited. Ask Penny's Drug Store. A NEW stock of Oliver plows, plow to see them. On account of the Christian Endeavor gear, etc., on hands. Come aad sec us. Social at the Christian church PERSONALS. W. H. Higglns. the rink has been postponed until to Mil. J. C. Hays continues quite- poor Don't forget tho entertainment at morrow, Saturday night. . - special Prices oioyvo Ladies' Skirts ! all-wo- Mesdamrs J. S. ano T. A. Kick are spending a few days In Ixwisvllle. 'Mns. Katiihyn IIEA7.1.F.Y and little Josephlno arc with Richmond friends. Mrs. J. I). Holdkuman and children, of Chattanooga, nro with Mrs. Ike Potter. Mrs. Cossie I). Sutton, of Mt. Vernon, was tlio guest of Miss Miranda tho Graded school day afternoon. Admission everybody invited. IlKT-Willi- m Wal-lac- high-clas- s TRIBBLE & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, CONCRETING . Ilrat-cliii- par-cnt- s, liirm-ingha- My Store will be closed neigh-lorhoo- on PHILLIPS BROS., January 6 and 7, '09, For Invoicing. 1 11 Hal-lo- i: k 111 irur-Uc- PUBLICSALEI , .Mt'lWU.Ut-Cl'IIMll- W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. 500-acr- e l't iht-oiu- e, Watch Out For per-ton- - Wheeler's Grsat Clearance Sale Safeguard the Future Next Week. Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, more-polic- r un-ab- lo A BIG COMBINATION 1 Notice to Contractors SALE ! o Stallions and lacks 1 HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY, Own-Ic- mm February 10 and II, 1009. Company, Hustonville Combination Post-olllc- fjav- - f. ? Bra V 6 Fire Laddies County Roads. FOR SALE1 Often recolvo scvera burns, putting out In this materialistic ago county power lxillernndenglnonnd inw roads seem to bo tho ono thing least fires, then uso Hucklcn's Arnica Salvo mill for anle. Will aril either or Isilli. Ky. Oil.. K.NKii.tN.Oltenhftm, Stanford at understood nnd most neglected. The and forget Miom. It soon drives out Jhleredinthe l"oitoltlc(, Wnynoaburg, Ky. county should have little to do with its pnln. For llurn, Scalds, Wounds, tteond-etomaUtr. Cuts nnd Drulscs Its onrth'n greatest roads except to provides tho moro ex- , t MEAL cures SK.n i.ru,uons, The Truth , isjuf-ferin- pensive hridges across tho water ways. J oa,cr- - .. " Sore9' nIIs u,ccr8 Felons; boat I mil nt nil tlinoa prcpnred to eichnntte Every person in this city who Turnpikes should bo built and kept In ol? corn. My ''om Eczema, Pimples, Dand. repair by n tax on benefited property. rilo cure made. Heller Is Instant. Uoe menl forluck linker,mill will runeNcry .Miller. diV mfi or any form of skin or scalp by a disin- nt Penny's Drug Storo Such tax should be assessed J.lt. Orchard, Ky. C'rnli find relief and be permanent- terested committee of business men ease, can The leaders of tho Hurley 'Tobacco clean liquid foi acceptable to those conoerncd but np- - Society voted themselves nice Halnrics ly cured by Zcmo, a external use. All duTgeists sell ZEMC pointed by the county court, and paid , 85 $V PENNY'S DRUG STORE. for their services by the court. They jooo per year nnd oxpenies; soven exe A meeting of tlixalockholderaof the Klrat should be required to make a thorough cutive committeemen. J'J.OOO each nnd National llnuk of M an lord will ho held nt their Imiiklintlioiiae the second Tliednv III examination of property, hear com- expenses, nnd 13 district chairmen $500 January, I km, for Ihe purpovt of cIcctluK MASONS' n year each. dlrtctor for the ensuing )( nr. plaints and make final reports, from John J, Mi Itonr'.ins.UaiMer. which there should bu no appeal. A A tickling or dry cough can Ixj No.M. V.A A. M.wlll meet (Lincoln three-fourtquickly loosened with l)r Shoop's first nnd turnpike should ho made when In ilntcd cotutiiuulcntloii in llilnl Mnnilnjr night of eiveli month, nt 7::i of the property assessed by tho Cough Kcniedy No opium, no chlorooVIock In their hull on .Mnln street, ntnn-forKy. .Mcinls-rsoalator lodm-- nrrA county nssessor votes for such Improveform, nothing unsafe or linrsb. Sold coln mcetlnirof the atockholdera of the LinCounty National Hunk of utanlonl will Invited to Iw present. II. I.. Penny, ment, each $100 of assessed property by Penny's Drug Storo. V..M.,T. W IVnnHiKloii.taec U held at their banklnn houe Ihe accond Tiieadny In January, liaw, for theiurose of having one vote. Tho turnpike should electing directors for the yenr. be built under the supervision of n com W SI. llHiiiliT.fnahler. W.L.MCARTY mittee of interested persons nnd bo en- lancnndldntc for MherllT of Lincoln county, subject to tho action ol the democratic tirely a business proposition. The coun- party. Surgeon Dontlst, have littlo to do with it. It ty should A liieetlmt of the alockhohlera of the NaM. S. BAUGHMAN tional Hank of lluatontllle mil Ut held nt , to build and STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. costs the county their iHiiiklm; houv In lliialouvllle the seco cover in a new court house while n Is n candidate for Hhcrln" of Lincoln county ond Tucaday In January, lu, lleentf ami ublect M., for the iurxn Office over McRoberts' Drug Storo in citizen can put up a better build- pnrty. to the action of the democratic ISA. toaerrethecnaulUK of election dlrec-tor- a )enr. ing across tho street for $10,000 and the Owsley Building. J. W. HocKKK.Cnahler. JOHN J. MOSER so with a turnpike. The roads belong to the people who la nenndktate for Jailer of Lincoln county, Insures Tobacco and Tobacco live along them, whether turnpike or mbject to the nctlou of tho Democratic irty. unimproved and their property valua Now Llvorv larns. I tion Is enhanced or depressed by the M.BRUCE Depot Stroot, Nothing But Insurance condition of such roads. Phono 90, Lincoln county, i. candidate for Jnller of me luojeci to me ucuou 01 I'cinocrnuc All county roads should be under conparty. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. trol of n commissioner appointed by the D. county court with a salary, and nil his JAMES C. HAYS The Insurance Man. Itching Skin Diseases time should belong to the county. He STANFORD, KY. is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid should be a many sided man. A teachabject to the nctlou of the Democratic lor external use. Zcmo gives instant Ilesldence Phone SJ; onice, K. er as well as a stern county officer with Prty. clicf and permanently cures any form authority to widen and straighten roads Insure ivith me and be fully INK FARMER )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All protected. or move them in rare cases, the county for sample. E. W, Is n for the Democratic nominapaying damages where property is tion candidate of Lincoln county, aubject to Druggists. Write for Jntler lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. the nctlon of the democratic party. damaged than benefited. more He G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. should be a man of persuasion or stern W.A.CARSON qualities, as occasion demands. He lan hnndaomc, largo young Jersey Hull, dela a candidal.-fo- r Jailer of Lincoln county, I FARM FOR scended from it long nnd unbroken line of should make road building and road aubject to the nctlon of the Democratic the inot noted hulls and cows on the party. , Jersey Kngltvnd mid America. Ills mending his constant study. The farm of llOacn-i- of roihI blue itra.a Imlla hit luilxjr Ire li ono ol the The county should furnish him with land,llli! one mile North of SIcKlnney.on D. C. ALLEN nnd lila ilain la n show cow Hint hat given 11 and the hlanlonl pike. Improvement you necessary tools for mending and repounds of rich milk In one day. If li acnndldnte for Aaaenorof Lincoln coun- fencluiz Hood; plenty of water nnd fruit. I't!il8 l.lte or tho Idkcne of A v 133 acre of tlmlx-m- l land one mile some Anceator" nnd hnH n strictly good pairing in the several sections of the ty, aubject to the nctlon of thu Democratic Knat of Sic Kinney; half under fence, plenty cow. on should avail ,ourself of Ills ser- county. He should have a horse and party. of water ami good totuicco land. to servo II limited vice. Ilevvlll crop. J. A.tilVK.NX.AKelit. wagon sufficient to move these tools number of upproved, registered cows SlrKlmixy, Ky. otir own herd tliUyenr, for n fee of when most wanted, and J. W. FOLEY the farmers engagement ending .leach. Make for Assessor con to Iw lired. KKIIi A OTTKlt, should keep him and his horse free la n candidate tho action of of Lincoln conn-tof Telephone ho. aubject to tho democratic Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal. EXCHANGE. (UI.k-F.ltHO- Glearanee Sale! We can save you money. S-ffil- ffSW Stockholders' A man is never judged by his appearance Meeting as he is by his clothes. Why not fall in line now if you want to live economical this year? MEET. - these rare bargains. CRAVENETTES. $18 Coat now C?oat now 811 11 ALL-WOO- Why not jump at Stockholders Meeting H! L OVERCOATsS 8!) 18 A. S. PRICE, Stockholders' Meeting Sl-'- i SI'--' "() Coat now ?10 Coat now 8 (i 81" Coat now 812 fiOCont now 810 Coat now 87 Til) C'wnl 8 18 0S OH pri-vat- jfi Coat $'20 Suit now 817 HO Suit now $U Suit now 610 Suit now 87 50 Suit now 8") Suit now 8 in 12 now now 18 S. D. CARTER, Oreon HnM from .F; H. SletHoii Unto 8 (i I 'I'lio I'ltncy Hat HnmN nicot lino of neck wear, new tt ml nent 81 )0 to $:i f0 83 CO to 15 00 25c to 50c 25c to 50o lCc, 2 for 25c :i Coilurs Jesse Wearen, Adorina's Fox In-- Men's and Boys' Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice, All-Wo- ol tt-- -- J". II. V have to oiler three extra choice bull calves that will lw sold at right prices. when his work eal'ed him. Each road party. At McKinney, Ky., You can Mini our Htnndnrd Heniedv. the rented mood and II vi r f n case of l.ticuiiinttam.medicine jet kno n. Halt Ithi'iiin, Kidney Trouble nnd nil disease nrlilng from impure blood It has no eitial. It N maiitl-facture- d under the pure food net of June :i, d by the niannlucuirer If i!uaiaiit-e- l i theHeinedy la taken nccordlug to directions hv or Mm Is not Oenetltid by the ue of the Itemed. we. will refund nur money. We cnu do nothing more. Knch packHgc contains 3)1 does with a registered gimrnn-te- e and umlllngcnrd with full Inst Auctions. M'o send It to any address by iinill on receipt of $1 r package or six p'lrkuets for t lletter order ii Ui ( n big If taken In time you might doctor's bill l(enieiiib'rif.Mu lake the Itemwly accord-In- g to Instruction- - and are not )ou Ket jour dollar back. You will not tlml then medy In drug stores for sale. It la sold only bvourdiilv nuthorlztd agents, gent. HKl HKX WII.LIAMM, cndlf is-- FURS Hidos and Wool Feathers, Tallow, Bmwu, Clntena;, Col Jen Se!,(YcHov Ran), Mar Apple, Wild Cinger, etc We are dealers: nubluhnj in 1856 "Ortr half a crstuirin Louunle" and caa do better for you than agrata or comnuaaon (nerchantj. Refereoor, Bulla LouiiviSe. Wrile lor ttctUy price litl aod iKprica tags. Wo Buy and 60 should be required, if tween 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 narrow tires hauling loads of 1,000 pounds 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. or section of road should have a compeJ. A. DUDDERAR tent overseer appointed by the county la for naeorof Lincoln Councourt and every able bodied man be- ty n candidate thu nctlou of tho democratic subject to 1C party. WALLIN U n cnndldnte for Aaeor of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of the democratic party. D Our high Top Shoes consist of many different styles and prices, ranging from $3.50 to $4.00. $3.50 Shoe now $2.98. $4.00 Shoe now $3.48. We honestly believe that when Stock Merchandise it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of durability, we have the best that a manufacfor Sale. turer can turn out of a leather hide. dealre to ell prlrnta my .lock of llnrdware IkIii I SALE I Iv 111 health. a. Will Invoice IKO. n Kood bu.-li- e t Ilrn.oii W. I. lIOITr-lt.Htanfnrd- . Ky. la parly. external use. Stop itchinc instantly and destroys the fjerms that cause skin S M.OWENS diseases. Eciem r jickly yields and is a candidate for Aaaeaaorjof Lincoln conn-ty- . permanently cured by this remarkable aubject to the nctlou ul.tlio Democratic sammedicine. All Drugcists. Write lor ple. E. W. Kose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo, Penny's Driij Hto.'-- . ZEMO, Eczema is Curable lot a scientific preparation Men's Felt Boots, Hen's and Women's Rubbers, All Reduced Accordingly. W. S.aURCH Ian candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. M. F, NORTH When Ordering Clothes FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Twenty-on- e sheep for sale. L. ar HI. Sabel A. 229 E. Marie! SI. Sons, KY. LOUISVILLE. J.L.Beazley&Co., X UndertaKers and Embalm ere. Also Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for sll Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STAMFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. t C. McClary, Nunnelley. At Edmonton a horse mule sold for $323. J. L. Meeks bought of Frank d a beef atlc. roit sale. I lu good, young ewes. J. J. Thompson, Preachers ville. Bush Bishop, of Paris, sold to Ear Shropshire nine work mules at $115. Fou Sale. -- 70 good ewes; will lamb this month. Embry Bros., Stanford During the month of December $100,-00- 0 worth of mules changed hands in Warren county. B. T. Bishop, of Paris, sold to Walter Clark, same place, a mare mule for $350. T. H. Smiley & Son, of Lexington, who sold Tho Cardinal for $3,000 some time ago, have just sold his mate, The Chancellor, for $2,000. Monday was a dull court day at Hat- rodjburg in the stock market. There were many mules on the market which brought from $75 to $125 and cattle sold from $1 to $1 25, says a dispatch. M. W. Savage, owner of Dan Patch, the world's champion pacer, Tuesday became tho owner of Minor Heir, last year's pacing sensation. Tho amount paid P. C. Isaacs, of Johnstown, Pa., was $15,000. Frank Martin has sold his 55 acre farm on Mitchellsburgpike near Perry-villnt $75. Mr. L. T. Minor has purchased tho Boling farm of CO acres on the Mitchellsburg pike near Perryville, the consideration being $0,000. AdvoSho-mak1,200-poune, I. llae your meaaiire taken by n tailor of IHTlctice. Then y our clothe., u hetlii rn low price hualncoa suit or the lineal eveulliE the clothes. will have thjit Individuality nnd lit coln county, subject to the Democratic party. which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will alto take (our luea.-lir- e trouaera, fancy eata, top for T. I. HILL, JR., coat a ami overcoats. Kail nnd Winter am-p- li a on hand ready for your lni'Ctloii. County Attorney of LinIs ii candidate for II. O. IIUI'LKY. The Tailor, coln county, aubject to the action of the Htanioril. Ky. inriy. Ian candidate for County Attorney of Liniictlouj.of elra Men's and Women's Sanitary, Heavy, Fleeced Lined Underwear. Best Quality THIRTY-NIN- E I M. C. 8AUFLEY la a candidate for circuit Judiie of this, the l;ith Imllclal dlnrlcl. aubject to tho uctlon Aaexecutorof of the Democratic party. on EXECUTOR'S SALE. Sirs. Slary C.t'iaddla, I CENTS. will v at her late realdi me, .', inllea from JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. ell at llle. In Lincoln county, Ky public outcry I family iiiare, I work mule, jiiiIru of thla, the icowsaud la a cnuilhlale for circuit culf.ii lot of corn, old faahloixil latlnllatrlct, subject to the action of tho furniture, household mid kitchen furniture, Democratic party, n lolol poiiltrv, 2abMita, 3 trncta of knob laud, containing I.1 aerei each, aeh nUiut IS, miles Weat of Mlll.dnevllleinl.o a trait A.HARDIN, CHARLES uf ll'in reaof llrstM laaa land alHiut ', mile from l'eyiou's Well, 'linns made known of SIrrcer county, la u candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of tlila. the nth Ju on day of sale , r. or, itl.uiliir; , (t dicial (llatrlct. subject to the action of thu J. 1'. Chandler, Auct. democratic party. JOHN aubject to the party. Is a candidate C. TI'K.SlAY,JANt'UYK.lKw. PEPPLES. for.asssor of Llncolncouii-ty- : action of thu democratic Mahony & Rankin, 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; we will take pleasure in showing you any time. W, W. WHITE Is a candidate for AaaMirof Lincoln conn ty. subject to th" action of tho Democratic l"irty. JAMES P. BAILEY la a candidate for Judue of the "Lincoln county court, subject to the action of the iHinocrntio party. INSURANCE, Fire, Life, SAM ROBINSON, tD and Tornado. Next Door Farm Property a Specialty. x y Accident STANFORD. KY. Lincoln County Naional Bank. W. H. SHANKS Klitbt of the leading companies of the ta .. ,..wti,ii.,.i r,,f r.t.tifiiiilniitlftii .. fnr Ititnrt. ,-.I.IIOIIIUII Lincoln county, aubjeit to tho win Itl repreaented. ofCouie In rntea with seiitatlveof thu world. lxas-iuiall the companies action of tin Democratic party. Never had u law lutt record uiiaurpaav-il- . ult In the lilatory of thla l.oca promptl.v paid mill without discount. No GARLAND SINGLETON waltliiK indios for your money, lleforu candidate for HniRirlntendent uf Public call on Hcbools of Lincoln county, subject tu tho action of thu Democratic party. 3irst JlCas Tfateonal SftanAj Stanford, Jfcy. SS2. Capital Stock. S5O.00O. SProfits, In MAHONY O RANKIN, The IiHtiruiico .Muu of Organiftt. JAMES F. HOLDAM it.ll,lnta fi,i elrenlt elerlc flf l.lnctlln I. county, aubjict to tho action of the Democratic party, t:ufoni, Surjns and llndividad S9, OOO. cate. Don't drug the Stomach, or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is wrong, It U the weak nerves, that ure crying out for help. Vltulio these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr. Slump' Restorative, und see how quickly good health will eoino to you ugaln. To it it and bee ! Sold lijr Pen- i v Undertaker. Cmbalmor and ealer In Harness. Saddlery, STANFORD. ocm I'uoDo, ter. ny's Drugstore. It is rumored among turfmen that John H. Madden sold his Sir Martin und Edward to Louis s recently for $75,000. a a KY- J !!oiutl'iiODS3. wo.ijt'ii, hoad pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Puln TableU. Seo JAMES MeKECHNIE full formula on 23c, Ilox. Sold by la a candidate for Mniflatrnte la Htanford District, subject tu the action of thu DemoPenny's Drug Stoio cratic party. Ptlns of J. D. SWOPE Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln enmity, subject to theuctlon of tho Democratic party. ruin lsroriKestlou,iialals blooil presjure nothlns ulso uaually. At least, so say Dr. bhoop, ami to prow It hs hat ( rusted allttlo pink tubkt. Tluit LESLIE ANDERSON tailed vt. snoops iiraiiacnu of Isncaudlilatu for circuit clerk tho Lincolnc tabkt blcKMl pretaurs away from pain coaio county, subject to the nctlou of Dleaaluzlrdclliibtful.antlr party. though safely. It surely cqualliea the blood clrcu- latloa. II tou hye a heftilaehe. It'i blood rrenure. A. R. WALLACE If It painful periods with woiaen, uaroa ratiM. la a candidate for Corom r of Lincoln conn, Ifjou are sleepless, rettUas, rervrua, It's blood ty, aubject to thu action ol thu Democratic confestlon blood preaun. That surely Is a primary Kl. H, llaat. oenalntr. for Dr. Khnop'a lleadacha Tablets atop It In 3) inlnutea. and tho tablets sUsply dUUibuM W. M DUDDERAR the unnatural blooil pressure. v Urulso your finger, and doesn t It cet md, and Ian cnndldnte lor magistrate of thu wall, and pain you? Ol course It llle dlatrlct. subject to theuctlon of the cesUou, blood pressure. You'll finddor. H' con- It wnerepaia Mirty Democratlo alwayi. It tlmplr Common Druse. b We aell at 23 accuU, tad UucrluUy wmninnil 1. 1C. HELM, SR-- , Jim-tonla a candidate for uiauUtrate In the of v tho llle district, subject to the action Democratic party. Demo-cratlIIus-lon- PAIN paid in 'Dividends since Organization, S2J, 500. fnuito 7etv Accounts on Our Werits OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. J. II. Haugliman. M. I'ellus, S. II. Haughman, J. l Cummins, S, T. Harris, Jno. C. Kobinson. T. I Hill. J. S. Hocker. C. U. Tato. M. D. Hlmore. S. Mocker, President;, ' 1M. S. T. Harris, John . McKobcrts, Cashier, II. C. lUuvjliman, Asst. Cash'r V,V. Saunders, llookkeeper. J. If you Headache Tablets STORE. PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Pur- fill- est Drugs, Call on me. W. B. McRoberts,muaa'"- - . A l