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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l- t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxvi STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 12 19091 MO 89 OFFICIAL CALL Official call for democratic primary election for Lincoln county to nomi nate candidates for county offices 1st A primary election Is hereby t called to be held In the several voting precincts of Lincoln county on Saturday t February 6th 1909 between C A M and 4 p M for tho purpose of nom mating democratic candidates for tho offices of county judge county attor ney county clerk sheriff Jailer rep f resentative assessor school superintendent p magistrates of tho several magisterial districts constables coro ner and surveyor 2nd All democrats who arc legal voters of Lincoln county or wwillb- o legal voters on the 2nd day of No vember 1909 are entitled to voto In their respective precincts anti are requested to do no 3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on tho ballots to bo used In said primary election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with tho treasurer of the committee tho sum hereby fixed as tho entrance fee In the Taco for tho office for which he Is a candidate said sum fo realized to be used In defraying tho expenses of tho primary At the same time tho candl date shall give written notice to the chairman that ho desires to bo a candi date and name the office ho seeks Tho entrance fee of candidates shall be as follows For sheriff 40 for county judge 10 for county at torney 10 for county clerk 10 for Jailer 15 for assessor 10 for rep i resentative 10 for school superintend ent 10 circuit clerk 10 4th The election shall be held in all respects as required by statute relative to primary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used in nil voting pre tints Tho chairman of tho commit tee is directed to cduso to be printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballot and all supplies necessary to tho legal conduct of tho election 5th Tho democratic county commit tee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct who shall be selected from lists furnished by all can didates who desire to submit lists The officers nhall bo as nearly divided as possible as to Judges clerks and aher iffs among the various candidates The officers of tho primary shall as soon as the polls are closed which shall be done at 4 r M proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each nnd every candi date for office ahd after counting same they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes finished by the commit i tee sealing up tho boxes as required by law and within two days thtreaftcr the sheriffs and Judges of election will deposit the boxes with tho chairman of the county cUmmlttco at tho court housVln Stanford Tho officers of the election in each precinct will make and sign a written statement showing tho number of dotes cast for each and ev ery candidate for office in tho precinct and place said statement in an envelope it in the ballot boxes ethane returns are to bo made to tho of the county committee and should ho be absent from the coun ty then to tho secretary of tho com mittee at the court house within two days after tho election On tho next day after tho election tho county com mittee shall meet and canvass tho re turns of the election and mako certifi cate thereof 7th The secretary of tho committee is directed to give notice of this elec tion as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn- J B BAIUJY Secy President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans havo been helped by tho President of Tho Indus trial and Orphans Homo at Macon Oa who writes Wo havn used Klcctrio BItters In this Institution for nine years It has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Wo regard it us ono of the best family medicines on earth It Invigorates tho vital organs purifies tho blood aids diges tion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale woakehlldren or rundown people It has 116 equal Best for female complaints Only 60o at Pennys Drugstore As the result of a fight near Williams town Grant county Miss Ethel Ran dom Is dead her brother S Ransom lies at the point of death shot through tho bowels and bndllbeaten about tho head and face Hogan was shot in tho arm Tho trouble was the i outcome of nn old feud between tho Ransom and Lanter families and was renewed at a dance l There is no case on record of a cough cold or la grippe developing Into pneumonia after Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken as it cures tho most obstinate deeR sonted coughs and colds Why tako anything else New StanfordDrug Co HIGHLAND Xmas New Year Holidays are past and everybody Is ready to begin another years work Sam Cook and J 0 Terry of Somer set spent several days with friends at this place W R Cook and Mr Smoth erman man made a flying visit to Highland a few days since Misses Zora Baugh and Fannie J Young and John II Young together with Miss Antoinette Fletcher of Un ion College who was the organist dur ing the meeting left for Barbourvillo Wednesday to enter Union College The meeting which has boon held at the Metliodlst church for tho past two weeks conducted by the pastor Rev J D laggard assisted by Rev Coo Thompson of Eubanks and Cookand Young of this place closed Thursday night Tho membership was greatly revived and there were four additions to tho church Rov Elbert E Young who has been hero for two weeks or more with homo folks left Friday for his circuit at Beattyville Misses Annie Butt and Grace Young who wero at homo during tho holidays have returned to school at Stanford Miss Effio Young has enter ed school again at Kingsvillo Messrs L Purdom of Gravel Switch and Mar tin Shelby of Clinton county and Edgar Wesley of Bothclridge were the guests of Elbert and John Young last week Mr and Mrs Daily Hutchison of Moreland visited his brother John Hutchison and family last week Mr L P Warfield has moved back to Ca sey county Mrs II P Watts has mov ed to Maywood Burton Spires has mov ed back to his place and Genie Hutch ison has moved back to his property Here and There Effio D Coomer has been appointed postmastor at Speedwell Madison coun tyGreen Flynn and John Miller broke jail ut MU Vernon and soyon prisoners escaped from tho Corbin jail In an explosion of gas In the Leiter mine at Ziegler III 25 men were kill ed Two others were wounded and five are still in the mine Whllo endeavoring 10 separate two men engaged in a fight at St Joseph Mo Charted Tapp formerly of Mt Sterling was shot and killed John T Stayton assistant postmas ter of tho Honolulu post omce has been arrested by Postoffice Inspector Hare for opening letters that passed through his hands Stayton motive is unknownHarry Thaw is entitled to a trial on tho question of whether ho Chas re covered his sanity according to Justice Tompkins who heard arguments on a writ of habeas corpus obtained by Mrs Mary C Thaw his mother Democratic members of tho Indiana Legislature will hold a caucus Wednesday to nominate a candidato for United States Senator John W Kern appears to be growing stronger each day with It Ert Slack his only serious rival The National Headquarters Commit tee of tho AntiSaloon League of Amer ica at a meeting in Washington decid ed to erect a printing and publishing plant involving an investment of approximately 100000 near Columbus 0 to be known as a Lincoln Temper ance Memorial as headquarters for the leagues official organ The American Issue The committee pledged the support of tho league to local option by remonstrance petition to protect tho residence section of the District of Co lumbia as a step toward ultimato pro hibition and decided to increase the of fortsfor the passage of interstate liquor shipment legislation A Religious Authors State monte For several years I was aeflitod with itldnoy trouble and last Winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain iumy kidneys and was confined tobed xfght days unable to get up without assistance My urlno contained a thick white sediment and I passed same frequently day and night I commenced taking Foley a Kidney Remedy and tho pain gradually abat od and finally ceased and my urine became normal I cheerfully recom mend Foley a Kidney Remedy Now Stanford Drug Co dipt B B Gojden a Barbourvillo attorney who has had charge of most of tho litigation of the United Mine Workers of America In that section has gone to Stearns at tho solicitation of the officials of the union to look into tho details of the recent trouble there between striking miners and the coal company Dont GetjA Divorce A western judge granted a divorce on account of UMompor and bad brojith Dr Kings New Life Pills Would have prevented it They curq Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the Illtemper dispot colds banish headaches conquer chills 25c at Pennys Drug Store I NEWS NOTES Charles Saunders aged 74 dropped dead as ho was reading his Bible at his Tomas Seller and Jesse Graddy two of Woodford countys oldest and best men died last week Cyrus Dawsons arm was broken as a result of an explosion at Hopklnsville Dawson touched a match to a hole in a whisky barrel Rev Isaac W Emerson died at Uus sellvllio aged 82 years Ho was the father of Walter P Emerson the well known Cincinnati newspaper man Six Chinamen smuggled in a Texas Pacific freight car were arrested by tho police at Fort Worth Tex soon after the tram arrived from El Paso It Is persistently rumored that tho Louisville and Nashville will seek to acquire tho Atlanta Birmingham and Atlantic railroad property when it is put up for sale as it will bo in tho near future The jury in the night rider cases at Union City Tenn found six men guilty of murder in tho first degree Bob Hoffman an4 Bud Morris were found guilty uf murder in tho second degreeClaude Presslcy aged 11 years who shot and killed his stepfather Dave Christopher for beating the boys mother was given a decision of justifi able homicide by Coroner Murphy at Anniston Ala Beach Hargls was released from jail at Jackson Ills mother paid his fines under tho promise that ho would behave himself Young Hargis will leave for Hot Springs Ark in a few days to bo treated for rheumatism Night riders have broken loose in Cleburno county Ala Two gins have been burned in the Oak Level neighbor hood Harry Benson a ginner was se verely beaten before ho would obey the mandates of the outlaws to quit prepar ing cotton for tho market Tho Southern Railroad has discontin ued tho sale of liquor In its dining cars over tho whole system This step was decided upon by tho management in view of tho fact that a large part of the territory through which the road runs has declared for prohibition George Busby who went from Lex ington this State to Atlanta nearly 40 year Bgo and died there lat Septem ber lived in the Georgia city during that period under tho name of Charles Howard lie was honored and his memory is cherished by a legion of friendsJudge Charles E Booc recent claim clerk in the Auditors office was sen tenced to tho penitentiary for five years on tho charge of forgery Ho was only tried in one case 34 other indictments being continued until the April term of court It is probable that Judge Booe will never be tried again Judge Charles E Booc before he donned his prison garb made to order paid former Auditor finger and present Auditor James the full amount he stole from them during the time ho was not under bond The amount was 343287 Ho also left his wife 6000 to support her while ho is serving his term in the penitentiary Who will reimburse the State for tho remainder of tho shortage made by Judgo Booo is a question of law that is puzzling A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was holdup in his work health and happlncs by what was believed to bo hopeless Consumption writes W H LIpscomb of Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treat ment from several doctors but found no help till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottlos Ho is awell man today Its quick to relieve and the jlIrlilt- curo for weak or sore lungs Heinor rhiigos Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections COc and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storo v In spite of nil My care Id state I often write it 1903 But pretty soon Ill fall in line And always get it 1909 If you will take Foloys Orlno Laxn tlvo until tho bowels become regular you will not haro to take purgatives constantly as Foloys Orlno Laxa tive positively cures chronic constipa tion and sluggish liver Pleasant to take Now Stanford Drug Co Tho Courtviow Hotel at Winchester valued at 27000 burned and H T Eads a tobaccco man of Cynthiana perished in the flames A number of people wero injured Proventlcs thoso Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and tho Grip Trythem once and see l4S2pc Sold by Penny s Drug Store l L HUSTONVILLE Miss Jessie Cook of Nashville a Hus tonvllle girl whom no ono knows but to love was a welcome guest of the West End last week Dr 0 S Williams has fitted up a dental office in tho Carpenter building on Main Street where ho will be much better prepared to serve his patients Call and see him It Our Undo Josh got left bo gosh 1 As a husband heanot in it But for votes hes at work to be cir cuit clerk And In a walk holl win it W R WillI ns Co have three blue grass farms to offer for 30 days at cut prices to insure quick sales Pod session given in 30 days Fine ghcmp and tobacco lands Terms reasonable Call or phone quick The gas tank at Hotel Wcatherford exploded on Friday evening injuring the two workmen from Danville who were repairing a small leak Inj it S D Yowell and Elwood Weatherford were standing close byx when the explosion occurred and were knocked down and stunned There was no dam age to the building as the tank was in tho yard Rifle Tucker sold to a local cattle trader 33 800 pound cattle at 5c and six to C C Carpenter at 435 McCor mack Myers Vaughn sold 40 800 pound cattlo at 415 McCormack Coulter shipped a car of butcher cattle to Cincinnati they bought at 3c to 4c and 40 hogs bought at 4c John Lynn shipped a car of butcher cattle at 335 and 47 hogs ho bought nt 5c E Mc Cormack sold J J Allen eight yearling cattlo at 1950 Tho sudden death of Mrs Sallie Ship man on Friday evening was a severe shock to our community She had been sick for some weeks and on the after noon of her death was thought to be better The explosion of tho gas tank and her death were simultaneous Her funeral at tho Presbyterian church Sunday at 2 r M was largely attended and the last sad rites to her memory and her life were most ably and im pressively set forth by her formcrpas tor Rev SB Lander of Bloomfield The floral offerings were beautiful numerous andI Prof John L Bosley and wife Winchester were with Mrs Ann ori lay at S D Yowells for a few Judge and Mrs Wm Myers entertain ed a number of their friends at elegant C oclock dinner served in four courses on Tuesday last The menu consisted in part of oysters lechery anti olives 2nd turkey cranberry sauce and lob ster rolls 3rd Spring chickenrsalads French peas waffles and coffee 4th ices served by Gll her Decorations mistletoe smilax and pure white car nations Music by Misses Hopper and Wnrriner Those present were Mr and Mrs Grit Rifle Mr and Mrs J II Hockcr Mr and Mrs S D Yow ll Mr and Mrs Jerry Adams Rev Wil lis and wife Mr and Mrs J K Baugh man Dr Birdie Carpenter Mrs Helen Huffman and Misses Melle Hopper and Lou Hockcr MATRIMONIAL James Ross of Owsley county a groom of less than a week suicided in CincinnatiThere already nine divorce cases on the docket of tho Mercer circuit court which will begin Jan 25 Miss Daisy Wilkinson the pretty daughter of William H Wilkinson of Liberty was married to F L Wolford of Hamilton 0 Dr C A Fish formerly of Madison and Miss Maria Fenwick Trimble tho attractive daughter of Hon South Trimble of Frankfort wero married last week That clever old bachelor James B House of Lancaster was married a few days ago to Miss Susie Collins of Louisville Ho mot her while she was clerking in Browns store in his home town Success to him and his The cleverest imitation of real ColTeo over yet made Is Dr Shoops Health ColTeo It is fine In Uavor and Is made in just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from puro parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store In a fire which destroyed the home of Joseph Kohl a homesteader living 13 miles from Dickinson N D three young girls were burnqd to death and a fourth may not recover Tho mother was temporarily absent and tho father was working on tho farm when the houso caught fire Editor Saufloy Hughes of tho Lan caster Record is responsible for tho following Noah Whats that noise among the animals Shem The cam el has got his back up because tho rhl nocerous thinks ho is an automobile and keeps tooting his horn Paul C Finn a Now York printer while drunk shot his mother to death I f NE1NEIVI- j a s 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 Call and See Us 1 Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 h TO OUR fRIINDS For the favors you have extended we desire to thankl youfiand express our wish for a cordial tion during the year businesslrelaINEW YEAR t IWStanford Kentucky a J ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Rangejto buy a full saver a money maker the best baker A largo lino of gelectjfrotn and wo will appreciate a call GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford j The Interior Journal E C WALTON DID you ever notice that there are certain people who are never on time At church they are always lato and at other gatherings it is the same case However if they are going oft on a t train they will get to the depot oa half hour before the arrival of the cars This is proof that being late laa silly habit which the guilty ones can and should break themselves of It is exceedingly annoying to the pastor as well as to his hearers for people to come in after the sermon is under head way It detracts and disconcerts and and frequently a good sermon is lost by such interference Start the new year right by being on time Contract the habit of never being late Twill be of inestimable benefit to you Time Secretary of the Treasury has announced a call on the national bank depositories for approximately 25000 000 of Government deposits 15000000 to be paid on or before January 23 1909 and the remainder to bo paid on or before February 10 1909 This call 1 on national banks for the return of 25000000 is not made necessary by any urgent need of cash the balance on hand and available for all purposes being fully 29000000 with the revenue showing slight increases over one year ago says a dispatch The Secre tarys desire to provide ample funds for Treasury needs at the beginning of the new administration about eight weeks hence is believed to be the rea son for making the call TOM JOHNSON is the only democrat who has a chance to carry the Cleve land 0 district hence democratic Con gressmen are hopeful that he will allow the use of his name in the special elec tion which will be called to name a suc cessor to Representative Burton Johnson who 13 a native of Kentucky has served two terms in the House being finally defeated in 1894 by Mr Burton whom he defeated last year for the mayoralty r IN arguing thatlsuicide is sometimes F justifiable the Frankfort Journal cities the case of JudgeBooe who system atically robbed the auditors office for years The Journal thinks while Judge Booo should have either destroyed him self or fled that a lack of nerve on the first proposition and bad judgment in the latter are the reasons he did note take either of those horns of a very bad dilemma TUG best news we have heard for along time is the conviction of the night riders at Union City Tenn Six were given death sentences and two 21 years If the Kentucky officials had gone after the scoundrels in that fashion the night riding business would have been broken up early in the action All hall to Gov Patterson and the Tennessee officers generally for their good work IT is reported that Taft and Teddy have fallenout The cause of the ill factIl Cabinet appointments POLITICAL Presldent elect Taft and Senator Knox who will be his Secretary of Stale held a conference at Augusta on Cabinet appointments I Senator Culberson delivered n warm speech in the Senate in regard to the Presidents action on the steel consoli dation and introduced a resoluton of in ttF quiry A bill was introduced in the Tennessee Senate to prohibit the maufacture of intoxicating liquor in that State intofGov Hanly in his last message to the Indiana Legislature devoted most of his attention to the liquor question HanlyjGov Joseph Folk of Missouri in re viewing his administration dwelt on ballot reform and regulation of liquor traffic He recommended disfranchisement of men who failed to vote A resolution was introduced in the lower House of the Tennessee Legisla c ture providing for an investigation of the whisky lobby the head of which is Chas M Lewis of Shelbyville Ky A bill was reported to the Senate a from the Committee on Finance in creasing the salary of the President of c the United States from 50000 to 100 000 a year and the salaries of the Vice President and the Speaker from 12000 1 to 20000 a year each The Illinois Republican State Com r mittee has been called to meet at Springfield today to take some action along party lines relative to the pro posed contest on the governorship and the breaking of the deadlock that has existed between the House and the Sen f ato since last Thursday The democratic primary election in Mercer county Saturday resulted as follows Representative J P Chinn County Judge John W Hughes Coun ty Attorney R W Keenon County Clerk Henry L Gibbs Circuit Clerk Casey Allen Assessor Elzio Voorhies Jailer J M Board Sheriff J W ShackelfordSchoolama i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Margaret Doty wife of Capt John G Doty of Upper Garrard Is dead aged 70 William Gregory of Danville was badly injured by being struck by a train atCovingtonWilliam aged 94 died at his home in Madison county from the infirmitiesjof old age Dr L S Tibbals oneof Somersets oldest citizens was found dead in bed He had been indisposed for some time A dispatch from Detroit says that Corporal John E Gibson of Somerset killed Private John McManus at Fort BradyArchie Rife a former Somerset man but late of Ludlow has purchased the interest of Mr Cowan Salleo in the firm of Love SaUce Mr Rife Is a son of Daye S Rife the McKinney livery manCapt Charles D Clay who Is one of the board now making an inspection of the Kentucky State Guard fell down the stairs at a hotel in Middlcsboro Thursday night and received a fracture of his skull- Farmers in Pulaski county were compelled to grind most of their meat into sausage to keep it from spoiling on ac count of thewarm weather during November and December says the Somerset Times Jackson Clem a young farmer of Boyle was sent to jail for 12 months on the charge of breaking Samuel Law rences skull with a buggy whip The trouble arose over a turkey belonging toLawrenceThe old daughter of Andrew Wesley residing near Ansll Pulaski county was burned to death She was playing near the open grate when her clothing caught fire and before any of the family could come to her rescue the had burned to a crisp The court of appeals reversed the Fayette circuit court in the case of the Southern Express Co against Fox Logan of Danville A jury gave Fqx Logan 2000 damages for injuries to the mare Emily Letcher while in trans port from Donerail to Memphis The reversal is on the instructions of the lower court A Lancaster special says Louis Lan darm the popular former president of the Kentucky Press Association and late editor of the Lancaster Central Record receved from the Womens Christian Temperance Union of this place an elegant gold watch fob and from the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church a handsome leather trav cling case as tokens of appreciation of his many gratuitous services to these organizations during his 14 years con nection with the Lancaster newspapers HUBBLE Mrs Jane Hudson of Point Leavel is visiting her son Roscoe Rev Taylor of the Bible College Lexington will preach at the Christian church here Sunday morning at 11 o clockVegetables and frying chickens will be very scarce and high this year as all tne gardens and back yards will be plowed up for tobacco John Spoonamoro sold some fat cows to Johnson at 3c Jesse Fox bought some fat hogs and shoats of L P Weaver Sam Harris and A P Sloan at 5c and 4Jc Joe Pflrrin bought a young mare of H M Spoonamore for 150Uncle Dock Bourne aged about 65 who has been very sick for the past few months gave up this life Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Ho was a mem ber of the Christian church always keeping his dues paid up and ready and willing to contribute his part and to discharge his duty toward all good work and institutions He met all his business engagements as promptly as if he owned millions He was a man of few words and no one ever heard him speak any thing but good of his fellow man lie leaves three grown children and a host of friends to mourn his loss He will be missed but wo hope he has been reunited with his good wife who had gone on many years ago His remains were laid to rest in the Lancas ter cemetery Monday afternoon at 2 o clock CHURCH MATTERS Because his pastor ignored him when he handed out the communion cups Bank Wrecker Anderson at Owens boro has withdrawn his membership from the church- Sixtyfour members of the Calvary Baptist church at Lexington who believe that their pastor Rev W P Hineswas not guilty of unbecoming con duct have withdrawn from the church and will establish a new congregation the First Methodist church at Lex BishopEed the while RevdedicatorsermonU G now sta tioned at St Joseph Mo preached a similar sermon in tho room Simple Remedy For La Grippe Racking la grippe coughs that pray develop into pneumonia over night arc qulckiy cured by Folejrs Honey and Tar The sore and In flamed lungs are healed and strength ened and a dangerous condition Is quickly averted New Stanford Drug Co NOTICE We will offer to the highest bidder nt our table on Depot Itree- t8ATUltDAYJAN3IP n lot of good horses buggies bRrncu lurrnyi drummers vmgoiii double harness and everything to a lintelm livery table Mrrns lino- Ool J I Chandler Auct NICE HOME AT AUCTION I will nt public auction at J oclock BATUUUAY AFTERNOON JAN DOT1I ntinjr home InOrnb Orchard It U a rot toga of live rooms with three porches IIKI well ou Uncle porch Nice atorobulldlng of two rooms on lot All necessary outbulld- Inlls In good rvpnlr Abundance of trait garden JlI HTKKNHKUOKN Crab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE The ullderllgnell Auditor Agent In cud for Lincoln countjr Ky pursuant to direc tions from the Auditor of the Htato of Ken lucky onMONDAY JAN IS 1101 Beginning nil oclock r M nt the court house door luHtnnford Ky sell nt public outcry to tlilj highest nnd test bidder for cash III bUIIII the real ellnto hprlnalLer mentioned The tltlo to wild lands having vested In the Commonwealth of Kentucky under Section 41M of the Kentucky Htatntvs having heretofore been sold by the Hhertffof Lincoln county for tuxes due sold Htate and county and ldln for the Htuto of Kentucky and the county of Lincoln and not being re deemed within time prescribed by Under d rectlons of tho Audlto the Auditors Agent Is nuthorlted to receive front the former owner or persons now claiming said land by purchase or otherwise the amount of buck tuxes costs pennltlesetc nt ratty time before the In which event said property will not be sold Stanford District White Jack Htytlett 18 acres C D Dawe 25 acres W A Hubbard lot sacsjohn Farugot Menzer IS acres W B Barnes town lot Grant Town lot Tom Leauire 14 acres J W Oaks 2acres G Yufet 3 acres Albert Christopher house and lot John W Bright 142acres Cook 3 14 acresColored SoleD Craig lot Jeue Myer house and lot Key Stewart 3 12acres Miller Anderson I lot Elizabeth Crow I acre CoffeyWdl I acre Htggins 1 acre Wyatt Hill 3 acres Joe L McMullin 2 acres Wm Morris 6 acres Sam Rout 4 acres Dick Rout 7 acres Sam and Dick Rout 3 acres Chat Simpson 3 acres Grant I acre s Kate given 10 acres William Jones 2 lots Bill J onel lo- tWaUaceTudorsHeiiilol Thos Bailey 41 12 acres Harriet Carr 14 acres Bell Jones lot Oliver Ball town lot Mack Montgomery I acre Amanda Wood 4 acres Dick Bailey 41 acres Bell Embry town lot Logan Whilky 10acres Will Green S acres Harrison Helm 2 town lots Will Richardson I acre Lee Stewart 1 acre Frank Vinson I acreIE Simpson 3 acres Thos Middleton howe and lot Headley Carson I acreIDlatrlctWilliamnon Dougherty Tuiicrvs Mrs Kate nlon y OOner- esAJIIenny1OIIerei Mrs Matlldn Ooocti S3 acres U Addison limes 121 acres D V Holmes W acres O I Lewis 100 acres W J Hlngleton suo acres Mrs Armlnln Hmtth ISOacrei Frank Hmltti IJO acres John Htephenv 10 acres Arnold Htrlngcr 105neres Uhas Thompson C acres w H Weaver W acres a 1IM Weaver drncres J H Smith ColtVi acre Wni Huttonbncros- Wade hWilliams acres Adams Heirs TU acres Haggard Heirs 8Q acres i Mrs cll Hasty A acres Y W D Thompson Mi acres Commodore Wlllson 84 acres Hlovo Wren W acres Mrs Mottle Ohnppell 22 ncrcs Jos L Hniltb is acres O A lirltt 8 acre Wm Miller 60 acres Vfll Bftlley 80 acres HitMIn Heirs 1M acres- WDUye57acres HOnlneal0ncresWest Rube Melton 10 acre C T 1I0so C3 acres Hum Flint town lot K K Far Helm all ntrsW M Singleton alncres- Wnynesburg District HlliisIinugbiM ncres Jos acres James Chambers 11 acres Olllo Cook CO acres W H Cravens 100 acres Robert Kantman 87 ncres ieorgu Folk JIg ncri8 H liflreerJSncre Mrs Hnrnh Josley 40 acre Milton Hnmmluo acres John Hurt 47 acres nnd 1 lot Thos Houp t acre Wit IcKeo ItO nores Dave Moore IS ncres W it 1ndgott Heirs 25 acres William Morgan 100 acreM rs Catherine Bright IS acres W M Itobblns IS acres AHtrlngertzncre5Wm Milford YuuKht 70 acres U K Warren IIlIer- eWTWhlt01ineres Jacob Zetsler iW acres Hiimuol Hastln IS ncres + tractsfloorRe111 laugh 22 acres H O Hrown 15 acres John Byrd aoncres T W Dulley und Co ID acres Morvllle Dcnthurldgo 15 acres J H Harris IS acres K Jnlwz 3i ncres H M Johnson acres Kd W Keniell 610 acres Kit McMullin 4Uacres David Moore 10 acres J ff Moore U6 acres Oluus Moore Uncrei Wm Itoblnson IQitcriis Mary Htucklor 72 acres Upthegrove40nereaii KlUalioth Waters 00 acres JoVhepldon lOOncres llobert Williams fiO acres Ills Yocunt 14 cores Harsh owsley Cal 5i acres lilt Krnzhr ncre Halll Morgan lucresH H Mlllllm 614 acres r Frank Hmtth 48 novae Murtln A Owens 74 acres J II Upthegrove US acres John K Walls XS acres hlrlctWhltlfOoorge Jets Jackson 48 Bern r I c 00 Lnnham lot Mrs Mary McChord 40 acres Felix Klchards 40 acres Mnllssn Hlngleton acres John Walden 17 acres A J Ilurton lot- WHHnrpxoncroa Oeorge Lay S acres Lucy McCormack fG acre Heieklnh Young 10 acres Mrs Malllo Drown lot Jim Florence KWncros Win Kennedy 90 acres i Milton Ueynolds itWncrcs- Htuve Unmell 10 acres leoreg W Trusty S acres U Vought lot HI1Iuot Wllkorson lot 11 Adams 11 hereHenry LalrC acres William Mason acres Lee Jasper I acre Martin 40 cores T McCormnck a acres Henry iteynoldsSncres town U A Fox 125 acres Win ioocli so acres W U Ircston a acres Colored Joe Adams 15 Carollnu Alcorn HvlrsSncres Kvnllrlght f acre John Drown I nero David Hooch Heirs 10 acres CamlmHh4acres scar McKlnney lot WIMOwensitacrvs Thos Hmlth 1 acre Notion Mastenon 2 acres Fanny Alcorn 1 nero BurtonncreU- corge Morton I acre John Ilnmsey lot lhns Mitchell Trice 1 acre Jess Welch it ncres Margaret Carter 7 acres Josle Woods 1 aero vTliosllallcy3ncrr acreMarinhloydaacres linn Hubblelot Wilson Mnstersonacres Henry O UlIToncrvs AnnluVnrdumiin lot Annie Morton X acres Kd Hrown 1 acre tDistrict Joe Acton nacres lotJIO It Kills yy acre Robert FrillIer rA ncresDO irltlln 10J Will King I ncre Adam 1etrvyX acres Jas Hogors llj stores ATHtewnrl lV hares i Will UUlt leersKd Ieel hens WTHutlon4acres Tom Welch Y acres J W Aker x ucre Jaa Acton m acres J II llaugh 111 acres H Uuehley Wncres M U Hunch 40 acres 31raH Camden n acres nerelJOID U rum hlfU acre V irabutky lin acres KWUrubuniXJ acres Russell Clooch Nacres DavoIIlcksUUncru J JackIe 40 acres Will KuskeytU acres RcrealIellJ O 1las 40 acres M 0 Herlwr 1 aero Mrs Anderson 4 acres Anton Mender XOncres WM Pentium W acres JHS lodfrey 4 acres Jas I ion town lot James Mason SI acres H Noel au acre- sV1lroaton X ncres Nancy Wilson town lot ileorgo Hrown I acre Cnldwoll S acres H Uealherldgolucre Ham liooch 4 acres Jim Jones town lot Ham McCormnck 3 acr s Jot Thomas town lot Iu Y owed l I acres lllchard Walls H acres Francis Gale 45 acres AHhankslOncre Haut llnllanl 54 acres Have Ilnstlu IX acre lleno llriitt j house and lot John Collins C acres acresFraxleIlelrs J Ii Harris 15 acres Hlchard Jnrmnn 1 ncr Oscar McKlnney lot Mrs town lot It KODearBacrc Hlchard Robinson lot Obey Reynolds 15 acres Ulins Htull lot James Welch lot Julia Wlllsou III acres Annie WndeJJS acres Thos Woods 4 acres Adam IolivyJrS acres Mrs Hnrub Ilnngh ISO acres Andy llrusler M acres John Urltton 10 acres J K Florence JrrO ncres John W Orltlln 10 acres U A HoKOellU acres Mrs M A Jetlrles uo acres hits Hell Inca lot J M Itoblnson lucreO W HlnglutoniO nrcres Mrs M A Tartet 1 acre Jo WIIInrdiMU acres lieu 1 Karris lid ucres Longer Krnit Rat acres Jno I AdAm Ct acres Hen Bland 71 ncres Oeorpu W Oarson S hcres acreIeterMrs J L Hmlth WO acres Win Curtis Dere- Thos Rector 85 acres Nichols A Babbitt 1 acre W Iirltlln Its stares HuxeklnhUrHiielllucres HL White 70 acres Ureen llrock 70 ncres Win H Miller GO acres Jerry Wllcher n acres Herman HUQghterfl5ucrs Alonzo Vlnson W acres nennnertlVaullbtIIcrOllIHoltzclnwAMenefce Xncres Cbns llurfow Illy acres J K Hrllltb CO acres Ii H Mulllns 07 acres Hnyden hooch 16H acres August Miller 75 ucres Macros J O Mnstln7Ancrei acresFredacresUeorgu Jiimci luster W acres H II tohch W acres J W Harrison I2S ncre J O Harris Jr W acres- JU1larrlsHr70ncrua V Green Kldd to ncre 51oKinney25acresBill ncrcsW oeruAnoreeWmHcldndlnbaner123acres J M Gooch ID acres acreJoeU N Htnten IIH acres J H YocumSO ncrcs acresJJ N Guinea IB acres 146acresWilt ncrtlJohlllewl Data 8 acres Fhllcy Dudle town lot Hen Ferrlll Nacres nereNewmallHenry HlKneyB acre Harriett olnyiN acre Haggard Heirs 40 acre John Rogers 110 acre t Dick Thompson acres J D llrailyO norm 11C Eude 45 ncrea H D Klmore town lot Clins Jlocker 13 acres John IKOIII lInensK W lay 11 acres Anthony Jlvuns 1 acre A mates bode 40 acre Rate Klrkpntrlck acre W L Murtln ill ncres Icorgo Owsley inure loereJllmcHWm Lackey Jr town lot William UnlloyX acres Gee Carpenter 40 acres ntfi HUGHE A Jltors Agt forTdncoln Ctrmty Ky z I 1c LUGKYORYOU I li t I r 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 mis They are not damaged not shelf worn a few of them are a little soiled Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than i 10 Most of Them 15 Suits Some of Them 20 Suits We want them out of the way We need the money and we have assorted them andmade two prices 500 and 750 A Suit I 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 I H J McROBRTS tj STANFORD KENTUCKY New Ledgers Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Pricesi In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally j I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky 1 Capital 5OOOOOQ Surplus 3333000 i Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIERiH C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Ceo W Carter Stanford w John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T O nun i kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor j tHf Gooch Giiberta Creek rIl THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO f TRANSFER MONEY r ip BY I LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1 i FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAIER EAST TENNESSEETELEPHONEOOMPANYsacpaaons7rq I I a 1 r Winter Goods i 1 January 1st finds us with eomo Winter goods on hand andwo lvdlv i i offer theflo at nslouiahingly low prices Tho Winter is yet before us Como and sea the great saving at this storo I Cloaks Skirts Furs and heavy goods must go f t t t The STANFOUD KY JAN 12 1909 NEW assortment of local view post- cardss at Pennys Drug Store SOME very bargains In fox Paper but the supply Is Aek j to see them Drug Store JOHN COWER Is very low with pneu monla fever MB WILL SEVERANCE spent several days ni CorbIn Mn W L LAWSON of Garrard was hero yesterday Miss MOWS DAUCHEHTY Is with Lexington friends liON F P COMBEST of Casey was a caller yesterday Miss MILDRED COSBY of Danville Is with Miss Bessie 11111 MR J II CARTER of Hails Gap was In Louisville last week MR B W GIVENS Is visiting his brother at Mlddlcsboro DR AND MRS 0 B FAIU3 were up of Burgin Is with Mrs Ed Wilkinson Miss LAURA DAWES of Somerset is visiting Mrs Chas W Lowell t MRS EuzAneTH RICE of Livings ton Is with Mrs William Fields MRS MAKY B OWENS Somerset is with her brother Mr J W Hout MR A 8 BROADDU3 and little son i returned yesterday to Iurcell Okla Miss VlROlB BOUKNE of Garrard is with her sister Mrs W K Warner Mn J W ACBY has sold out In o Louisville and returned to Stanford to liveREV C E POWELL of Lexington has been with his father Capt B F Powell I BORN to the wife of John Wontzel the clover Ottenhctm merchant a T BALLARO Garrard coun tys next sheriff was a court day visi tor yesterday EXCONGRESSMAN S J Punt of Vanccburg visited his daughter Mw D M Walker Miss GEORGIA LEWIS of Crab Orch ard was tho guest of Misses Mary and Elizabeth Illgglns Mn MCMILLAN RANKIN of Bradford Pa Is vinltlng his parents Mr and Mrs W J Rankin CLEVELAND ROSE and handsome bride of Garrard were guests of Mr and Mrs J C Eubnnks Miss STEEL TIMBERLAKE and broth t er Deane left Monday for London to enter the Sue Bennett Memorial School MRS WILLIAM MORELAND of Lexington returned home Friday after a visit to her daughter Mrs W C f Shanks MR A M WARREN who has bten transferred from Mobile to Louisville spent Sunday with his mother and sis ters here MR GROVE C KENNEDY of Lincoln Is clown to seo his sons There never was a more loving Journal MR D J RIGSBY and family have moved back to tho East End from Stroud Okla much to tho delight oft their muny friends MRS CORA PERKINS n handsome t widow of Harrodsburg who has been visiting Mrs G T Timbcrlako in the I West End returned home Monday t v NEWS comes from Biloxi Miss that Mr R H Givens formerly of this county has undergone another op oration for appendicitis v Ho was doing nicely at last accounts MARSHALL A STONE of this office left Saturday for Anderson Ind to spend a week or so with friends Mar shall le II hatdworklngj energetic young- man and wo will him It is firstvacation In years and we trust ho will enjoy it LOCALS CLOTIIES French cleaned Cook Farther Tworooms over Tom Pences store for rent W A Tribblo SEE our new horao collar the neat one J on the market Geo II Farris WB have on hand all kinds of fresh I meats See Ma Wilkinson Lutes NEW line of spectacles Eyes tested I r free at the Now Stanford DruG Cos store A NEW stock of Oliver plows plow gear etc on hands Como sad seo us W H Higgins 1- J I l USE Chattanooga plows for good 1909 crops Geo H Farris TUB wife of Pete Miller colored died and was buried Friday She was a splendid old darkey TilE C W B M will meet in tho lecture room of the Christian church at 230 Wednesday Jan 13th FOR SALE OR RENTThe Warner storehouse on East Main Street AI ply at once to W K Warner FOR SALE A complete set of good broom machinery Very cheap if sold I at once S P Gray Stanford Ky DONT send away from your home for any thing you can buy here Let this be your motto for the year moo STRAYED W T Wests prem lees in Lancaster a red cow with white spots on sides dehorned Re ward for Information A fED and and s other furniture burned In Bob Whltleys house in Macksvllle the other night Aside from this littlo damage was done 1 HAVE bought AI Wallaces interest in the livery firm of Beazley Wallace and also the books Thoso owing tho firm will please call and settle with mo G G Bcazley HUGH THOMPSON who killed Fred Garrison in Coney county and was al lowed bond in 10000 paid the cash Inv to the Commercial Bank of Liberty and was released last week A FREIGHT engineer named Ware was shut in the arm by some scoundrel as ho rode his engine through Pine Hill Sunday night The wound is a painful ono Wares home is at Corbin TilE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Miss Alice Bcazley at 230 oclock Saturday after noon A full attendance is desired as officers are to be elected and other 1m portant work must bo done IP you or jack you want to dispose of enter him in tho Hustonvillc Combination Sale which will bo held on Feb 10 and 11 Write for entry blanks to the Hustonvillo Combination Sale Co Hustonvllle Ky AT the meeting of tho city council Thursday night Mr George H Farris was elected councilman to succeed Mr Mark Hardin deceased The selection is a most satisfactory one and wo con gratulate the members of the board on their wlio choice Du L B COOKS premium single comb Rhode Island Red chickens won as follows at the Bowling Green poul try show last weok First cock first cockerel first pullet second and third pullet and first pen They will be ex hibited at Louisville this week hot races for county offices it is more than probable that Judge James P Bailey for county judge Mr George B Cooper for county clerk lion W II Shanks for and of Schools Garland Singleton will havo no opposition TUB Christian Endeavor Social at tho Christina church Friday night was largely attended and greatly enjoyed Delightful refreshments were served and the young people spent several hours In innocent games and conveys ing President Morrison fright and those woo assisted him in entertaining are deserving of congratulation on the success cf their entertainment Tim Masonic Lodge of Crab Orchard elected ho following ofiicers M M Phillips Master G B Lyne S W w L Bell J WA B Bl1tmS D J B G kerson J D J M Wallin secretary J T Roberts treasurer Ohio Baker tyler The Odd Fellows elected i P Jones noble grand M M Phillips vice grand H L Wells sec rotary J T Chadwick treasurer STANFORD defeated Danville in thrcq games of ten pins hero Friday night In the fat Stanford won by 93 in tho secondopr team won by 30 and in tho third by JH Tho gentlemen composing the Stanford team were Prof J W Ireland Icssra Welch Rochester Geo D Florence Robert II CoiFoy and W S Denham Tho Danville gentlemen were MoEsrs Adams Davis Patterson Louder dnd May A largo crowd wit nessed the rather interesting but one sided game Tho highest scores were- Ireland201 Adams 201 Patterson 205 Dwikam 207 i The FutureWo must look to The year just pascal has done us all the goodor evil it can In some respects it Las been a remarkable year as U has brought with it tho usual unstcadncE8 in butinceg affairs at + tending presidential years Onco moro lets put our shoulders to the wheel and work together and success is sure We thank you for your patronage in 1008 and ask a continuance for 1000 SEVERANCES SON STANFORD KY II Interior Journal iPERSONALS SaturdayI daughterMR fatherKentucky- State stallion NOTWITHSTANDING theseveral Representative Superintendent FOR SALVSlx thoroughbred Black Berkshire shoals weight about CO pounds Geo D Hopper Jr MRS REBECCA HARRIS aged 85 died in the East End and was buried at Eph csu3 Saturday otter funeral services by Eld J G Livingston UNLESS you pay me for laundry when it is delivered to you I will havo to decline having tho work dono for you Laundry is cash arid I will credit no one for It Ed Wilkinson TilE willMrsesSallip Shtpman was probated yesterday She left her property to her two nieces and a nephew children of Mr Frank Kelly of Day ton O George D Weatherford qualified as administrator ITile city council ofBowling Green finds that under local option fewer policemen are needed and onefourth of tho whole number will be let out Some argument for local option where an effort is made to enforce it NOTICE All those having claim- against tho estate of John F Cub de ceased will please present them to mat the First National Bank Stanford properly proven and verified by Jan 151909 H C Baugbmon administra tor MR S I GRAY Stanfords broom manufacturer tells us that broom corn is soaring out of sight A recent quotation from Chicago shows the price at 7b to lOc per pound which means an advance In brooms If the useful art cues continue to climb only the richer people will be permitted to prove the statement that a new broom sweeps clean THE following schedule went into ef fect on this division of tho L N Sunday No 21 the Southbound express is due at 1120 r M No22 tho Northbound afternoon passenger is duo at 627 No 23 tho Southbound passenger is duo at 1103 A M No 21 the Northbound morning passenger Is duo at 440 No 27 tho train from Louisville bound for Richmond is due at 1047 A M No 28 the Louisville bound local is due at 255 r M The K C now leaves at 445 A M and rev turns at855 P M I HONOR ROLL for December of Stan ford Graded School Grade IGracu Anderson Mary Brackett James Burke Josephine Beazley Eloise Beazley Frank Cor dier Frances Cormincy Harvey Em bry George Fleeco Farns Joe Grimes Janio Hooker Daisy Lunsford Mar guerite McClure Mario Powell Sophie Sounders Stella Walker Grade 2 Rachel Hill Sarah Troylor Tilden Cooper Virgil Moore John R McKInney Heath Severance Grade 3Bello Russell Patience Cal muse Sylvia Farmer Kathryn Harris Mary II Johnson Nancy K McKInney Annlo R Powell Hugh R Foster Leo nard Mallard Robert Arnold Claiborne WaltonGradd 4 Henley Cash John Cash Joe T Embry Malay Grimes Houston Gentry Nellie Wilson Hill Jesse Hock cr Mary Jarvis Lettio Walker McKln fey Ethel Powell Jean Paxton Adel in Russell Hartwell Shanks Grade 6Mary Anderson Maud Arnold Frances Brackett Ella Eichen berger Ruth Hardin Elizabeth Hunn Bessie Moore Josephine Morris Eva Rankin Efllo Ware Prescott Brown Sam Embry Harry Farmer Maurice Jarvis James Tribble Willie C White Grade G Winnie D Bibb Ethel Brackett Mary S Cook Annie Gray Docio Hardin Mary M Raney Verna Rout May mo Single ton Gertrude Wilk inson John T McAlUter James Ows fay Hobart White Grade 7Effie Baughman LaVerne Brady Annie Butte Clay Davis Wm Grimes Marion Grimes Eva Moser Mannie Mobley Lena Traylor Grace Young Nancy Ycager Grade 8 Arnold Foreman Jas Coop cr Lyles Cooper Lottie Carson Mary Gray Catherine Gentry Annie Mil burn Lillian Mueller Mary E McKin ney Oca Moser Lucy Lee Walton May WarrenFreshmanMorrison Bright Lorrain Campbell Harris Coleman Annie L Gentry Lissa Iloltzclow Virginia Ma hony Willie Mooe William McCarty Emma Napier Maud Stone John M II Waters Sophomore Sallie Burdette Eliza beth Biggins Eugenia Patrick Alice Rankin JuniorThomas Bright FOUND near Logans Creek on Gosh en pike a pistol Seo J B Sartain Stanford TEN shares of theFirst Na tion flank of Stanford changed hands last week at X145 II B NORTHCOTT willpay highest market price for hides furs and all kinds of produce Seo us before selling SOME scoundrels shot out the windows of one of Ben P Martins ten ement houses in Rowland Saturday night MT ARTHUR C HILL had the misfor tune to step on a nail the other day and the sharp point penetrated his foot over an inch giving him much pain SQUIRE J T ROBERTS bought W A Tribble and B W Gaines 20 acres of the Otvsloy farm at Walnut Flat at 200 The land fronts the residence WE have secured tho agency for the celebrated South Bend Chilled and Bel knap Chilled Plows Inspect their qual buyoMR ZORA P SMITH of McKinney announces in this issue for magistrate in the Hustonville district Mr Smith is a hard democratic worker and now asks his friends to help him win CYRUS COVERdrove mare to court yesterday and the animal died of colic In Myers Bros stable before he left town She was heavy in foal to D S Carpenters Dignity Dare THE death of Mrs Sallie Shipman rev moves from earthly scenes one of the best women in the Hustonville section She had many friends here who learned of her demise with sincere regret She was the relict of Mr Frank Shipman who was well and favorably known in this entire section MR RODMAN W KEENON who married Miss Nell Adams daughter of Mrs Mary Adams of this place is a sprin nominationforday by the enormous majority of 753 youngdemocrat IN the contest between Messrs 1 M Bruce and Dink Farmer as to who was the stronger candidate for jailer the latter won and Mr Bruce has retired from the race The vote was taken in the town of Stanford This makes Mr Farmer a formidable candi date for the office and it has put the other candidates to thinking The House adopted a resolution to appoint a committee to look into the ex penditure of money appropriated to de tect frauds NEW BLACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP J have opened n blacksmith and general repair shop nt the old tollgate property un the Hlnnford pike near lIul pntronnge The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Jancaitir Street Stanford Kentucky ForTreatiuuntofnheneeoftheKyeNoseThroat guns Nervous System und Nur- gcryCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of Concreting us Work lavements and In fact ww vnn inako anything from a house down to n fence post We can serve you promptly mid guarantee llrstclasi work and material our price byore you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS4 Stanford Ky Notice to Contractors Btnuford Ky Jmi e JIIIIII the KUcnl Court of Lincoln Invite sealed pro posals for the erection and completion of n new county court house on thus public square In tho city of Htnnrord gr plllnl and pecltlcalions prepared by Arehl tents Frank Co Washington I t 1Jaiu will bo on tile with tho Archi tect und with theCounty Clerk ntHtanford Each Contractor will me with his bid n eortllled check mndopnyiiblo to J H Urs ley County Judge for puoW ax evidence of good faith on hl part and If his bid In acv cepted that howlll eiittr into contract at once 1141 give unacceptable guarantee cons panys bonU payable to tho county for Jnor cent of the contract price for tho faith ful performance of the contract Tho con tractor will lie tu per cent an the work progresses retaining SO per cent until llnul vwtp lotion AI bids to Ix t nU d and tiled with too CountvUlvrkonor beroro lee n February 11ItbI111II The Fiscal Oourt reserves tho right to rev ject tiny or all hid- eJaowHI JK County Judge OHOnU B OOOlKH Clerk 1 JSeasonable Goods I I for white sewing next week we will place on sale a higf line of white goods laces embroideries and etc Wo have slime special values for you Colic look t I 1 J Special Prices ON 1 Ladies SKirts I We havo just placed on special sale about 50 entirely new Walking Skirts made from high priced all wool materials and in tho most approved styles Also a handsome line of Voilo Skirts at a great reduction New things in Neckwear constantly coming in at all prices An unusually pretty line of Fancy Belts and Belting Have your Spring Clothes fitted over ono of our new long hipped corsets We have them to fit all 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 all priced as low as possible for relin blo merchandise Calland see us I TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes i jDry KENTUCKY r C A Good New Years Reso= ution===Trade With Us= ==and Save Money f i r J we a Perkins Crab Orchard1 Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods j Charles Wheeler EmporiumtI HUSTONVILLE KY A BIG COMBINATION ALE1 OF HighClass Stallions and Tacks Will be held at HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY 011 February 10 and II 1900 Write for Entry Blanks Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KY Big Sale of Business Horses Will be Held March 24 and 25 ifra 4L u I ILJ r The Interior Journal I Bnleredin the PottOffice at Stanford at wxmd dau matter L N TIME TABLE No SI Month lltM P 1C NoJ South 11 MI P M No XI North 440 A x i No M North 6rt7 r K NOT7 1047 A K- NoJl05 P M JOS S RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who is sub fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dir ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE l A S PRICEj rSurgon Dentist 4 TANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance v Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone SOj OIHce 95 Insure with me and be fully protected Adoririas Fox la it handsome largo young Jersey Bullde scended trolll n long and unbroken line ot the mOlt noted bulls and cows on the Is land ot Jersey England and America Ills slrelsoneof the best bulls ever Imported his dam Is a show cow that g von leylevesome Ancestor and have a cow you should avail yoursejf ot his ser vice He will bo allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a fee of 15 each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred k OTTKIl Telephone 80 Stanford Ky N ItWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and liver medlclnoyet known In case of Kheumatlsm Halt Ilhcuiri Kid Hey Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It Is manu fncturtd under the pure rood act or Juno a0 toil and guaranteed by the manufacturer If tlielloinedy Is taken according to directions and If ho or site Is not benefited by the use of tho remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains 2tl doses n regHtered gun ron toe and mailing card with full Instructions We snd Uto tiny address by mail on re ceipt of 11 per package or six packages fort Hotter order a box today If taken In I time you night saw a big doctors hill UlIIIfmbtr U you take the Remedy accord 1 ing to Instructions alit are not bnented you net your dollar buck You will not find the In stores for sale It II told only nlllnlSjUl1lUI Wo Bu- yFURS I Hides Wool and Feathers Tallow iUcswax Ginseng Golden SnlYdIow Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealers nuUiihn in IUSbleer Lalfacnlllr71D LouiiIIcand can do better for you than agrnt or ceomnoo merdiana Reftttnw asr Bsnkia LommHe Write tot weekly pace liil and ilvpcug tars IN Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY J l Beazley Coe UndertaKers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugsThey- will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give I Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlce Phone 157 Home Phone S3 IBobbitt Resents Gov Willsons ISlander of Mrs Herrin CRAB ORCHARD Jan 7Becauso- of the condition of the Lincoln county jail which is a reproach to civilization I pardon this boy What a foul slan der on Mrs Agnes Herrin the widowed jailer of the noblest man that God Almighty ever made 1 1 havo passed many pleasant days in tho sunny walls of that delightful winter resort At no hotel in any Stato was I ever kinder or better treated or cheaper or better Jmy board being entirely free and regularly brought to my apartments Coffee meat bread biscuit potatoes beans turnips c and the inmates so polite I spoke and treated on fruits and lemonade every day nnd no auditor ever arose and left me while I was speaking When I reluctantly left the jail which was after being threatened with an ejectment I left 27 sighing vo tell behind me Mr Herrin promised to let me stay a few days over my time In visiting jails to see my clients and for my own misdemeanors I have been confined in several houses of cor rection but have never seen any jail better or more orderly kept and pris oners who were fortunate enough to sojourn there during the winter or as a summer resort better fed That was the reason it was so crowded last Feb ruary when I was there The lament ed Herrin was a nobleman and his wid ow is now a Ducthess dowager I hope the gallant governor will take back a thoughtless declaration unsustained by the facts I have considerable interest in the jail My grand aristocratic kin folks built onesixth of it and I am en titled to free board there now and then As the Mountain Tigress Cynthia Frye said when they were putting her in tho Mt Vernon jail I built that jail and havo had no good of it yet I never get in jail only when in law nnd politics and I shall be in both this year I expect to be in jail before the summer campaign is over and in Frank fort when it ends Hoping that justice will be done to the Princess that no w presides Queen of the Culinary department of the Stanford Hostelry whose mission is a jail I am yours truly FONTAINE Fox BOBDITT n FARMERS DEPARTMENT Foil SALE7oo shocks of fodder W W Warren S J Bell bought 44 cattle in Casey county at 2 to 4c M B Euhanks sold a carloadof mules in Atlanta at 174 Fon SALEHO good young ewes J J Thompson Preachersville Lee Rankin sold to Thomas C Ran kin 24 twoyearold mules at 125 FOR SALE70 good ewes will lamb this month Embry Bros Stanford James Bourne sold a farm of about 100 acres on Dix river West of Lancas ter toEph Leavell of color at about 85A small red heifer calf came to my place 15 days ago Owner can get same by paying for this notice and her keep Alonzo Padgett Waynesburg A lIe Stigall has moved to his recently built home near Brown Springy Crab Orchard and will stand his good stallion and jack there the coming sea sonAJ Brown bought 20 yearling mules from John Horn Monday for 2400 J M Ransdell sold J T Curtis of Rich mond 16 2yearold mules for 2240 Ilarrod burg Herald John Peniston of Wilmore bought 25 cattle at Richmond for 360 and sold a bunch to T W Duckworth Tuesday for 4c he also sold a bunch of 300 Ib hogs to J W Prather of Wil more for 5Jc Jessamine Journal Hughes Swinebroad report that they have just sold two more farms They sold for Hamilton Robinson the remainder of the Gillespie farm of about 120 acres to W S Hensley at 100 and also sold for W S Hensley his farm on the Lexington pike known as the T I Herring farm of 178 acres to Hamilton Robinson at 8SLan caster Record STANFORD COURT There were about 500 cattle on the market yesterday and probably 400 changed hands M P Hamilton of Pulaski sold 85 cattle nt 2J to 4c J M Roberts also of Pulas ki sold CO at about the same price Granville Lutes sold a bunch of good cattle at 4c There was a demand for mulesand a number sold at 125 to 175 Horses were slow The crowd was goodconsidering the day Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that arq crying out for help Vltalizo thcso weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test it and see I Sold bjr Pen nys Drugstore Believing that Negroes were making oT nightly with his chickens Nick Fousse arranged u shotgun to be dis charged when any ono thrust a hand into tho coop Lawrence Belmont a well known white man of Baton Rouge ugly Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store J p ara de Brave Fire Laddies Often receive severe burns puttlntout fires then uso Bucklens Arnica Salvo and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Woundsr Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest I healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Folgns best Pile euro made Relief is instant 250 at Pennys Drug Store Judge Jones at Union City Tenn sentenced the six night riders found I guilty of murder in the first degree by a jury on Thursday to bo hanged on Feb 19 Tho attorneys for the defence immediately gave of an appeal to the Stato supremo court A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store W L MCARTY Is a candidate for Hherlll of Lincoln coun ty subject to tha action ot the dvuiocrutlo party M S BAUGHMAN- Is a candidate for Hherlftof Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic party JOHN J MOSER is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action ol luu Dumocrutlo party JAMES C HAYS- is candidate for jailer of Lincoln county inbject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER- Is candidate for tho Democratic nomina tion for jailor ot Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON countysubjectparty DCALLEN 11 a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- T I subject to tie action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun tysubject to the action ot tho democratic party J A DUDDERAR Is n candidate of Lincoln County subject to theaction of the democratic party WD WALLIN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the notion of the democratic party S M OWENS It a candidate for AssessorTof Lincoln county subject to tho notion ofthe 1tlnocnttlo- part W SBURCH- Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coIn county subject to the action of the Democratic party M F NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin rout county subject to tho acUonjof the Democratic party T1 HILL JR Is a candidate forCounty Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the notion of the Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY Iso candidate for circuit Judge of this the Itfth judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for circuit Judge ot this the lilth district subject to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county Is n candidate for Com monwealths Attorney of this the 13th Ju dicial district subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLE8- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic party W W WHITE Is a candidate for Assessorof Lincoln conn tsubIrettothenotion of the Dumocrntlc JAMES P BAILEY Is a candidate tor Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to action of the I Democratic party W H SHANKS Isn candidate for renomlnutlon for Hepro tentative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is ncandldato for Superintendent of Public Hchools of Lincoln county to the notion of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM Is candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to time action of the Demo cratic party J D SWOPE In a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln coiiniv to tliouctlon of thy Dunio crntldpartyLESLIE ANDERSON- Is candidate for circuit clerk of Llifcoln county subject to the action of the Demo erntlo party A R WALLACE Is it candidate for Coroner of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic primary Keb n I6W ZORA P SMITH Is candidate for magistrate the Huiton vlllu district subject to the action of the Democratic party W M DUDDERAR- Is acnndidato bar magistrate of time lbstoiivllln dlstrlctMubtoct to theactlonof the J K HELM SR fun candidate for magistrate In the HIII tonvllle district subject io the action of the Democratic party JAMES McKECHNIE Is a candidate for Magistrate In Stamford Dlstrtut subject to the action of the Demo cratic party q FOR SALE I i IShorso power holler engine and law mill for sn sell either or both OUAH KHHRMN Ottcnhclm Ky roitofllce Wayncsburg Ky MEAL EXCHANGE I nut at tell tithes prepared to cxohnno meal for corn My mill will run Hat nrdny Dick Baker SillierJIImLKKllHON Urnb Orchard Ky BaD CARTER New Liven Depot Street Phono 96 5T NFORDIKENTUCKY Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo 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 VV ose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The tnrm ot 1 10 acres of good blue grass elcKinneyouthefencing good plenty of water ntul fruit Also 1SS acres of timbered land ono milt Knit of McKlnnoY hnlfunderfencetplonty- of water and good olmel land Haw grown crop JACHVKNHAEent McKlnney Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to toll privately my stock of Ito cerlesand Hardware nolnit n good bust ness Will Invoice about WUM Itenion III health OKO HOrrKIlHtnnfonl Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation lot external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co liit Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex iwrlenco Then yoUr Ilothes whether tow price business suit or the Uncut evenln clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure 1 will alto take you mess tire fur extra trousers fancy vesTJ top cost and overcoats Fall smut Winter saui pies on hand reedy for your Inspection 110 RU1LEY The Tailor Htanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I As administrator of r theestate of Jaim Mflvln deceased I will on TUUllHDAVJANit IfUU At Ills rsuldene near ntttmhelm sale puhllelyane will sell to the hllhttnD- lIIt bidder the fallowing dewrluni lrMJnll property towll tineowslid 8 corlt IU hales of hay lot of fodder yet ixiundi of toimcfo 3tu lionrds buck Imnnl and harness plows mid harrow fin factor lumber and n lot household ROO kttehen lunilturo- Tlio above property will Iw sold on thltJ months time and purchaser will bo re quired to execute bond RPllrof l per sonal security for thu purchase price of tin stove property said bonds to bear legal In torest iron ditto of execution TJ HILL HI- tAdtulnletrntor Safeguard the Future I The safest surest and mpst adequate safeguard for the future Is a policy in The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage merit liberality of lie policy contracts hilt dealing with Its members and largo rut urn 1 to policy holders The company Is Jut entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of n surcuiitful business carver with toot policy holders In Lincoln county that tell other compnnles combined Write for particulars stating nge ind whether mar tied or toItKKWLAND Npeclal Aut Myers Jlouso flats Htantord James I White Hollcltor for llockctutle Co Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Spe cialty Eight of the leading companies of limo world represented Competent rates with all the of the world Los pny lag record unsnriukssed Never hail n low suit III the history of this agency Losses promptly paul nnd without dlcnunl No waiting Xdays for your money Ileforo In suring call o- nMAIIONY 8 RANK IN The Insurance Men of Sta- nfordPAIN Pain In tho hrad atanywhere has Its rnnsa Pain Is congestion Vein Is blood pressure nothtnt else usually says DrHhoop and to prove It ha bu crated little pink tablet That tablet called Dr hoops Headache Tabletcoaxes blood pressure away from pain centers Its effectIscharmlnBpleaglnKly delightful Gently though I till blood circulation If have a headache its blood pressure It its painful periods with women same tentIf you am sleepless restless nervctis Its blood congestion blood pressure That surely is a Bhoops Ilcadacho Tablets stop It In 20 minute and the tablets simply dlatrlbute the unnatural blood pressure Ilrulta your tinier and dixsn t Ifcet red and swell and pain your OI course It does Its con restlon blood Yonllfind It where pain always It Sensecentsindddcheerfa 2 ly r ommend Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE GlearaneeSaleI All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now S II 48 81C Coat now 1 48 812 50 Cont now 8 48 810 Coat now J QS i0 Suit nowt flG 48 817 GO Suit now 12 48 815 Suit now 0 08 812 50 Suits now 8 U8 810 Suit now 0 48 87 50 Suit now 4 08 85 Suit now 8 48 T H C I ALLWOOL OVERCOATS Cont now 80 812 now 8 810 Cont now 6 08 Coat now 4 os- S5 Cont now 3 Green from to T n Stetson Until 83 to 85 lint Bands 25c to 50c The nicest lino now and neat 25e to 50c 15c 2 for 25o Mens and Boys AilWool Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice 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 but of a leather hide Mens Felt Boots Hens and Womens Rubbers All Reduced Accordingly r Mensand Womens Sanitary Heavy Fleeced Lined Under wear Best Quality THIRTY NINf CENTS +HHhH+++ + t1 + + ++ tNt 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 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank I Jfiirst National Jan v Stanford Jty + Organized SS2 Capital Mock S50OOOr at Jurptut afj WnriivMttt Profilt 39 OOO- i Oranlzan2l5Has paid in Dividend sineo I fnvilo 9trtv jfccdunls on Our orIsjf OFFICERS 1 J S Hooker President- S i Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier Baughman Asst Cashr W W Saunders Bookkeeper 81 18 50 Coat 48 87 50 48 hats 81 50 83 50 50 00 Fancy of neck- wear Collars Our N DIRECTORS F Reid J II Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus S H Ilaughman J F Cummins S T Harris Jno C Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate If you want yoUr Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Purest Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts0eTANF01D- rr C