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OITlcial call for democratic election for Lincoln county, w nominate candiilatca for county offices. 1st. A primary election Is hereby called to be held in tho sovcral voting precincts of Lincoln county on SaturC, day, February, Gth, 1!M. between A. M. and 4 p. M., for tho purpose of democratic candidate for tho olllcca of county fudge, county nltor-necounty clerk, sheriff, Jailer, representative, assessor, school superintendent, magistrates of tho several magisterial districts, constnbles, coroner and surveyor. 2nd. All democrats who nre legal will voters of Lincoln county, or wl bo legal voters on the 2nd day of November, 1909, are entitled to voto In their respective precincts, and arc requested to do so. 3rd. Kvery candidate who desires to have his name printed on tho ballots to bo used In said primary election shall on or before 12 o'clock midnight of the 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with tho treasurer of tho committee tho sum hereby fixed as the entrance fco In the race for tho office for which ho is a candidate, said sum so realized to be used in defraying tho expenses of tho primary. At tho same time tho candidate shall kI written notico to the chairman that ho desires to bo ft candidate, nnd name tho ollicc he seeks. Tho entrance fco of candidates shall t0; for be as follows: For sheriff, at county judge, $10; for county torney, $10, for county clcrK, iu; lor jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for $10; for school superintend- STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 12. HIGHLAND. primary Now Year and Holidays aro past nnd everybody is ready to begin , nnother year's work. Sam Cook nnd J. O. Terry, of Somerset, spent several days with friends at this place. W. H. Cook nnd Mr. Smoth-crmn- n man made a Hying visit to Highland n few dajs since. Mis.es .urn (laugh nnd Fannie J. Young ii ml John IL Young, together with Miss Antoinette Fletcher, of Union College, who was tho organist during the meeting, left for llarbourvillo Wednesday to enler Union College. The meeting which his been hold nt tho Methodist church for the past two weeks, conducted by tho pastor, Hcv. I). Haggard, assisted by Hcv. Geo. Thompson, of Eubanks, nnd Cook nnd Young, of this place, closed Thursday night. Tho membership was greatly revived and thero were four additions to the church. Hcv. Elbert E. Young, who has been hero for two weeks or more with home-folkleft Friday for his circuit nt Ileattvville. Misses Anniu Hutt and Grace Young, who were at home during tho holidays, have returned to school at Stanford. Miss Eflio Young has enter ed school again at Klngsvillo. Messrs. L. Purdom, of Gravel Switch, and Martin Shelby, of Clinton county, and Edgar Wesley, of Hcthclridge, were tho guests of Elbert and John Young last week. of Mr. and Mrs. Daily Hutchison, Morelnud, visited his brother, John Hutchison, nnd family last week. Mr. L. P. Wnrfield has moved back to Ca sey county. Mrs. II. P. Watts has moved to May wood. Ilurton Spires has moved back to his place, and Genio Hutchison has moved back to his property. s, 1909., MO. 89. NEWS NOTES. Charles Saunders, aged 74, dropped dead as ho was reading his Iliblo at his home in Louisville. Thomas Seller and Jcsso Graddy, two of Woodford county's oldest nnd best men, died Inst week. Cyrus Dawson's nrm was broken as a result of an explosion nt Hopkinsville. Dawson touched a match to a hole in n whisky barrel. Hev. Isaac W Emerson died at Kus- Bollvillo, aged 82 years. Ho was tho 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 tho train 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 the near HUSTONVILLE. Miss Jessie Cook, of Nashville, a girl, whom no onoknows but to love, was n welcome guest of tho West End last week. Dr. O. S. Williams has fitted up a dental office In the Carpenter building on Main Street, where ho will be much better prepared to servo his patients. Call and co him. It. Our Undo Josh, got left, bo gosh I Asa husband he's not in it, But for votes he's at work to bo cir le Xms, nom-Inatln- K cuit clerk And in n walk ho'll win It. W. It. Willi ns & Co. have three blue grass farms to offer for 30 days nt cut prices to insure quick sales. PoS session given in 30 days. Fine hemp and tobacco land3. Terms reasonable. Call or phone quick. Tho gas tank at Hotel Wcatherford exploded on Friday evening, injuring tho two workmen from Danville, who were repairing n small leak ini it. S. D. Yowcll and Elwood Weatherford were standing close by when tho explosion occurred and were knocked down and stunned. There was no damage to the building as the tank was in tho yard. Hiffo & Tucker sold to a local cattle trader 33 cattle at 5c, and six to C. C. Ca'penjor at 4.35. McCor-macMyers & Vaughn sold 40 800- pound cattle at 4.15. McCormack & Coulter shipped a car of butcher cattle to Cincinnati they bought at 3c to and 40 hogs bought at 4e. John Lynn shipped a car of butcher cattlo at 3.35 and 47 hogs ho bought at 5c. E. McCormack sold J. J. Allen eight yearling d k, NEW! NEW! New Year has begun. Our house is full of New Goods and we appreciate new trade and heartily thank our old customers for A M i future. Tho jury Union in tho night rider cases nt , City, Tenn in found six men guilty of murder the first degree. Bob Hoffman nn. Hud Morris were found guilty uf murder in tho second degree. Claude Pressley, aged 11 years, who shot and killed his stepfather, Dave Christopher, for beating the boy's mother, was given n decision of justifi- their patronage. We Try to Give You Value Received. Call and See Us. Ith. The election shall ba held in nil respects as required by statute relative to primary elections, and n uniform ballot shall bo used in all voting The chairman of tho commitdirected to cuuso to be printed tee is nnd distributed to tho sovcral voting precincts the necessary ballots and all supplies necessary to tho legal conduct of tho election. commit-te- e Glh. The democratic county officers to hold the shall appoint election in each precinct, wno sunn M..l,.pt.Hl from lists furnished by all can-- 1 didates who desire to submit lists. The officers shall bo as nearly divided as possible as to judges, clerks nnd sheriffs among the various candidates. The officers of tho primary shall, as soon as the polls nro closed, which shall be done at J P. M . proceed at onco to count the ballots cast for each nnd every candidate for office, and after counting same they will place nil ballots voted in the bnllot boxes furnished by the committee, scaling up the boxes ns required by law, nnd. within two days thereafter, the sheriffs and judges of election will deposit the boxes with tho chairman of s. ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. Here and There. Ellio I). Coomer hns been appointed postmaster at Speedwell, Madison coun- ty. Green Flynn and John Miller broke jail nt Mt. Vernon and seven prisoners escaped from tho Corbin jail. In an explosion of gas in the Leiter mine nt Ziegler, III., 25 men were killed Two others were wounded and live arc still in the mine. Wliilo endeavoring io separate two men engaged in a fight nt St. Joseph, Mo , Charles Tupp, formerly of Mt. Sterling was shot and kilU-d- . John T. Stuyton, assistant postmashas ter of tho Honolulu inspector been arrested by Hare for opening letters that pawed through his hnmlit. Stayton'a motive is unknown. Harry K. Thaw is entitled to a trial on tho question of whether ho hns hi: sanity, nccording 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 candidate for United States Senator. John W. Kern appears to be growing stronger each day with Ih Ert Slack his only serious rival. The National Headquarters Commit-to- o League of Amer of the ica, nt n meeting in Washington, decided to erect a printing nnd publishing plant, involving nn investment of approximately $100,000, near Columbus, O., to bo known as a Lincoln Temperance Memorial us headquarters for tho league's official organ, "Tho American Issue." The committee pledged the , support of thu league to local option by to protect tho i remonstrance petition residence section of tho District of Columbia ns n step toward ultimate prohibition, and decided to increaso the efforts for tho pnssago of interstate liquor shipment legislation. iHMt-ofllcPost-offico Anti-Saloo- n cotnmitteo at me coun housTin Stanford. Tho officers of the election in each precinct will make and sign a written statement showing the number of yotcs cast for each and every candidate for office in tho precinct, und placo said statement in an envelope nnd deposit it in tho ballot boxes. 0th. Xe returns nro to bo made to tho cVairmnn of tho county committee, and should ho bo absent from tho coun-tthen to the secretary of tho committee, nt the court house within two days after ttio election. On tho next o day nfter tho election tho county shall meet and canvass tho of the election nnd make certificate thereof. . 7i, Tho secretary of tho committee is directed to givo notico of this election as is required by law. G. L. Penny, Chm'n. J. 1J. Hailby, Sec'y. tho county com-mltte- able homicide by Coroner Murphy at Anniston, Ala. Bench Hargis was released from jail at Jackson. His mother paid his fines under the promise that he would behave himself. Young Hargis will leave for Hot Springs, Ark., in a few days to be treated for rheumatism. Night riders have broken loose in Cleburne county, Ala. Two gins have been burned in the Oak Level neighborhood. Hnrry Benson, a ginner, was severely beaten before he would obey the mandates of the outlaws to quit preparing cotton for tho market. The Southern Railroad has discontinued the sale of liquor in its dining cars over tho whole system. This step was decided upon by the management in view of tho fact that a largo part of the territory through which the road runs hns declared for prohibition. George Itusby, who went from Lexington, this State, to Atlanta nearly 40 your fjn and died there last Septem ber, lived in the Georgia city during that period under thu name of Charles Ho was honored nnd his Howard. memory is cherished by a legion of friends. Judge Charles E. Booe, recent claim clerk in the Auditor's office, was sentenced to the penitentiary for flveyenrs on the charge of forgery. He was only tried in one case, 31 other indictments being continued until the April term of court. It is probable that Judge Booe will never bo tried again. Judge Charles E. Booe, before he donned his prison garb, made to order, paid former Auditor Hugcr and present Anditur James the full amount ho stole from them during the time lie was not under bond. The amount was $3,4S2.87 Ho also left his wife $0,000 to support her while he is serving his term in the penitentiary. Who will reimburse the State for tho remainder of tho shortago made by Judgo Booe is n question of law that is puzzling. A cattle at $19.50. The sudden death of Mrs. Sallio Ship-ma- n 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 the gas tank and her death were simultaneous. Her funeral at tho Presbyterian church Sunday at 2 p. M was largely attended and the last sad rites to her memory and her lifo were most ably and impressively set forth by her formerpas-tor- . Itev. S.1B. Lander, of Bloomfield. The floral offerings were beautiful and numerous. Prof. John L. Bosley and wife, of Winchester, were with Mrs. Ann Bosley at S. D. Yowcll's for a few days. Judge and Mrs. Wm. Myers entertained u number of their friends at elegant C o'clock dinner served in four courses on Tuesday last. Tho menu consisted in part of oysters, I celery and olives; 2nd, turkey, cranberry sauce and lob alads, ster rolls; 3rd, Spring chicken, French peas, wallles .and coffee; 4th, ices served by Gilihcr. Decoration- smistletoe, smilax and pure white carnations. Music by Misses Hopper and Wnrrincr. Those present' were Mr. and Mrs. Crit Hiffc, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hocker, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. Yowcll, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adams, Hev. Willis and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baugh-maDr. Birdio Carpenter, Mrs. Helen Huffman and Misses Mclle Hopper and Lou Hocker. Cummins 6c Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TO OUR WNDS: For the favors you have extended, we desire to thankl youand express our wish for a cordial business'frela-tio- n during the year 1909. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. 30003000 I MATRIMONIAL. James Hoss, of Owsley county, a groom of less than a week, suicided in Cincinnati. Thero aro 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 II. Wilkinson, of Liberty, was married to F. L. Wolford, of Hamilton, O. Dr. C. A. Fish, formerly of Madison, and Miss Maria Fenwick Trimble, the attractive daughter of Hon. South Trimble, of Frankfort, were married last week. That clever old bachelor, James. V. House, of Lancaster, was married a few days ago to Miss Susie Collins, of Louisville. Ho met her while she was clerking in Brown's store in his home town. Success to him nnd his. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Horriblo ten year-- , Hold-U- p. Hundred', of orphans huvo been helped by tho President of Tho Indus-tria- l and Orphan's Homo ut Macon, Ga , who writes: "Wo huvo iibed Klectrlo Hitters In this Institution for nine j ours It has proved a most excellent inedlclnu for Stomach, Liver und Kidney troubles. Wo regard It us ouo of tho best family medicines on earth." H Invigorates tho vital organs, purilles tho blood, aids dlges-tlocreates appetite. To btrengtheii und build up thin, pale, weakihlldren or run down peoplo it has iui equal. Only C0o llcitb for female complaints. ut Penny's Drugstore. sw m I'resldont Helps Orphans. A was cldncj' trouble und hut Winter lUddenly ktrlcken with a sovero pain n my kidneys and was confined tubed 1 Religious Author's Statement. For neeral jours I was ac lilted with n, dglit duys unable to get up without isslstaneo. My urine contained n hick white sediment und 1 passed Hiimo frequently day and night. I , 'oiuineiK't'd taking Foley's ubut-in- l and tho pnin gradually nnd finally ceubed und my urine 'K'camo normal. I cheerfully recommend Foley's Kidney Iteuiedy. New Stanford Drug Co. Kldnoj-Uiniedy- ago my brother was "hold jp" In his work, health and happiness, by what was Injlloved to bo hopeless Consumption," writes Y. U. Lipscomb, of Washington, N. C "He took all kinds of remedies nnd treatment from sovcral doctors, but found no help till ho used Dr. King's New Discovery und was wholly cured by six bottles. He is uwell man It's quick to relievo mid tlio surest euro for weak or soro lungs, llemor-I'hauuCoughs anirColds, Bronchitis, La Grippe, Asthma nnd all Bronchial affections. TiOc and ?1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. "About J -- 1 HrTf w dsg)i5K$r2iyr: "" ' '""- - 4 s, PUB ' PH NIn spite of nil My I 1903. care, I'd state, often write it . But pretty soon I'll fall in lino And always get it 1909. Thoeloverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet mudo Is Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee. It Is lino In llavor and Is made In just one minute. No tedious 20 or HO minutes boiling. Mudo from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. H - Cupt. II. II. Gojdcn, n Uarbourvillo attorney, who has had charge of most f tho litigation of thu United Mine Workers of America in that section, has rone to Stearns, ut tho solicitation of the officials of the union, to look into tho details of the recent trouble there between striking miners and the coal Bhot in tho nrm. Tho troublo was tho company. old feud between tho outcome of an Hansom and Lanter families und was Don't GetJA Divorce. renowed ut a dance. A western judgo granted a dlvoreo m und bad Thuro Is no ease on record of a on account ot cough, cold or la grippe developing breath Dr. King's New Life Pills Into pneumonia after Foley's Honey would have prevented it, Tlioy cure und Tur has been tuken, as It cures tho Constipation, causing bad breath and dlspot most obstinate deor) seated coughs and Liver Troublo, tho conquer colds. Wbytuko auythlng elso. New colds, banish chills. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. Stanford Drug Co. As tho result of a light near Williams-towGrant county, Miss Ethel Hansom is dead, her brother, S. Hansom, lies at tho point of death, shot through the bowels and badly beaten about tho, head and faco and Emmett Hogan was n, head-uche- If you will tako Foley's Orino Laxative until tho bowels become regular you will not bavo to take purgatives constantly, us Foley's Orino Laxative positively cures chronic constipation und sluggish liver. Pleuyunt to tako. Now Stanford Drug Co. Tho Courtvtow Hotel at valued at $27,000, burned Eads. a tobuccco man of Cynthlana, Record, is responsible fur tho perished in tho flames. A number of caster following: "Noah: What's that noise people were injured. KLEOTKIC RANGES The Kaui?e!to huv: a full saver: n nionev maker: among the animals? Shem: Tho cam' Proventics those Candy Cold Curo el has eot bis back uu because tho rhl tho Ixttt baker, A largo lino of eelectjfrom uml wo will appreciate a call. Tablets will safely and quickly check noccrous thinks he is an automobile and keeps tooting his horn." oall colds and tho Urlp, Trythem by Penny s see Sold once und Paul C. Finn, a Now York printer. while drunk, shot his mother to death. Drug Store. !4S-25- In a (ire which destroyed tho homo of Joseph Kohl, a homesteader living 13 miles from Dickinson, N. D., three young girls were burnod to death and a fourth may not recover. Tho mother was temporarily absent and tho father was working on tho farm when tho Winchester, house caught (ire. nnd II. T. Editor Sautlcy Hughes, of the Lan GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. I HI 'T . , IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. W will o(Tcrto the hlghrst bidder nt our Mrs. Margaret Doty, wife of Capt, E. C WALTON irepm airvm, :Garrard, Is ainuieon HATUllllAY, JAN, itt, 1(B, John G. Dotv. of Unner n lot of Rood horws, liiiRRlfn, hnrnpM, dead, aged 70. drummers' wigona, doulilo linrn.M William Gregory, of Danvlllo, was nmlPVprytliliiRtoinnke a nm-clnDid you ever notlco that there nro lUrry badly injured by being struck by a train certain people who arc never on time? Ool. J, r.Clinndlpr.Aiict. At ehurch they are always late and At at Covington. William Boulwarc, nged 94. died at other gatherings it is the same caso. NICE HOME AT AUCTION ! However, if they arc going off on a his home in Madison county from the train they will get to the depot a half lnflrmitics!of old age. I will nt public miction nt 2 o'clock Dr. L. S. Tibbals, one'of Somerset's hour before the arrival of the cars. HATt'Ul)AYAKTKHNOON,JAJf.nlTH, This is proof that being late is a silly oldest citizens, was found dead in bed. nt mr hoint InCrnh Orciinnl. It It n cot of habit which the guilty ones can and He had been indisposed for some time. time on II M room with tlirco Dorrhea! ctwxt of Imck porch. Nice A disDatch from Detroit says that two room, on lot. All iiecos-iirshould break themselves of. It is exoutlmlld-InrIn Rood rvpiilr. Aliundnnro of fruit. Somerset, ceedingly annoying to tho pastor as Corpornl John E. Gibson, of line ncre in lot nun inert' inn spiciuiM gnr- well ns to his hearers for people to killed Private John McManus nt Fort iii. fine win occuron pri'mm. J. It. HTKKNIIKIUir.N. Ky come in after the sermon is under head Brady. OrnbOrrhnrd, man, Archio Rifle, n former Somerset way. It detracts and disconcerts and nnd frequently a good sermon is lost by but lato of Ludlow, has purchased tho such interference. Start the now year interest of Mr. Cowan Sallee in the firm right by being on time. Contract the of Lovo & Sallee. Mr. RifTo is a son TliHiindprflencd Auditor' Anont In nnd habit of never being late. 'Twill be of of Dayo S. RifTo, tho McKlnney liveryfor Lincoln county. Ky., piirsniiiil to direcman. inestimable benefit to you. tion!) from the. Auditor of ttm Htnto of Ken Capt. Charles D. Clay, who is one of tucky, union MONDAY, JAN. 14, MV, The Secretary of the Treasury has tho board now making an inspection of m.. Ileitlnnlnifntl o'clock announced a call on the national bank tho Kentucky State Guard, fell down Iioiisn ilixir 111 Htnnford,i.Ky., nt the court ell nt public depositories for approximately $2o,U00,-00- 0 tho stairs at a hotel in Middlcsboro outcry to thl' lilclie.t nnd beat Milder for cnsli In hand the reul e.tnte herelimftir of Government deposits, $15,000,000 Thursday night and received n fracture mentioned. The title to mid In nil", hnvlnir. cited in the Commonwenltli of Kcnturky to be paid on or beforo January 23, of his skull. iimler Section ll.M of the Kentucky HtutuUs 1909, and the remainder to bo paid on hiiTlnit heretofore l'on sold by thcHherllTot Farmers in Pulaski county were com- Lincoln county mun mine nnn or before February 10, 1909. This call pelled to grind most of their meat into county. mill bid tor iiixea one Infor the Htiiteof Kentuckv nnd the county of Lincoln, nnd not bt'liif reon national banks for the return of sausage to keep it from spoiling on ac- deemed within time prrncrlbcd by Inw. $25,000,000 is not made necessary by count of the warm weather during NoI'nderd rcctlom of the Audlto the Aurecele from any urgent need of cash, the balance vember and December, soys the Som- ditor's ARcnt l nuthnrlied to now clnlmiin; he former owner, or iwrsons mild land br mirchme or otherwise, the on hand and a vr liable for all purposes erset Times. nmount of Uifktuxt's, costs, pvnnltlt's.etc.nl before the being fully $29,000,000, with the revJackson Clem, a young farmer of miy time will not rm xnle. Iiiwlilclit'cntfthl soul enue showing slight increases over one Boyle, was sent to jail for 12 months property Stanford District White. year ago, says a dispatch. Tho Secre- on the charge of breaking Samuel LawJack Haytlrlt 18 acres tary's desire to provide ample fundi rence's skull with a buggy whip. The C D Dawes 23 acrea W A Hubbard lot for Treasury needs at the beginning of trouble arose over a turkey belonging John Offerman 121 acre the new administration about eight to Lawrence. John Scaibrough 66 acres weeks hence is believed to be tho reaDavid E Slone 160 acres daughter of Andrew The Fatujot Menzet 15 acres son for making the call. Wesley, residing near Ansil, Pulaski W U Barnes town lot to death. She was Joe Grant Town lot Tom Johnson is the only democrat county, was burned grate when her Tom Lrasure 14 acres who has a chance to carry the Cleve- playing near the open J W O.li 2 actes any of land, O., district, hence democratic Con- clothing caught fire, and before G Yufer 3 acres tho family could come to her rescue Albert Christopher house and lot gressmen are hopeful that he will allow John W Bright 142 acres the use of his name in the special elec- ho had burned to a crisp. The court of appeals reversed the acres LB Cook 3 tion which will be called to name a sucColored. Fayette circuit court in the case of the cessor to Representative Burton. JohnSolen Craig lot against Fox & son, who is a native of Kentucky, has Southern Express Co. iK Mjrers hemic and lot Fqx acres y Stewart 3 served two terms in the House, being Logan, of Danville. A jury gave Miller Anderson I lot finally defeated in 1694 by Mr. Burton, & Logan $2,000 damages for injuries to I acre Elizabeth Ciow whom he defeated last year for the the maro Emily Letcher while in transJim Coffey port from Donerail to Memphis. The Will Havs I acte mayoralty. reversal is on the instructions of the Squire Higgtns I acre Wjatt Hill 3 acres In arguing thatlsuicide is sometimes lower court. Joe L McMullin 2 acres A Lancaster special says: Louis justifiable, the Frankfort Journal cities Wm Morris 6 acres the popular former president of Sam Rout 4 acres the esse of JudgeBooe, who systemKentucky Pres3 Association and atically robbed the auditor's office for the Dick Rout 7 acres Sam and Dick Rout 3 actes years. The Journal thinks while Jude late editor of the Lancaster Central Chas Simpson 3 acres Booe should have either destroyed him- Record, receved from the Women's Grant Burdette I acre self or fled, that a lack of nerve on the Christian Temperance Union of this Kate Givens 10 acres first proposition and bad judgment in place an elegant gold watch fob, and William Jones 2 lots Bill Jones lot tho latter are the reasons he did not from the Ladies' Aid Society of the WallaceTudor's Heiii lot take either of those horns of a very Baptist church a handsome leather travThos Bailey 4 acres eling case as tokens of appreciation of bad dilemma. Harriet Carr 14 acres his many gratuitous services to these Bell Jones lot The best news we have heard for a organizations during his 14 years' conOlner Ball town lot Mack Montgomery I acre time is the conviction of the night nection with the Lancaster newspapers. Ion? Amanda Wood 4 acres riders at Union City, Tenn. Six were Dick Bailey 41 acres given death sentences and two 21 years. HUBBLE. Bell Embry town lot Kentucky officials had gone after If the Logan Wrutlcy 10 acres Mrs. Jane Hudson, of Point Leavel, Will Green 5 acres the scoundrels in that fashion the night i3 visiting her son, Roscoe. Harrison Helm 2 town lots riding business would have been broken Taylor, of the Bible College, Rev. Will Richardson I acre up early In the action. All hail to Gov. Lee Stewart I acre Lexington, will preach at the Christian Patterson and tho Tennessee officers Frank Vinson I acre church here Sunday morning at 11 o'generally for their good work. E Simpson 3 acres m-- I f. The Interior Journal. NOTICE. PUBLIC SALE 1 Lan-dar- IV i clock. Vegetables and frying chickens will is reported that Taft and Teddy have fallenfout. The cause of the ill be very scarce and high this year as all feeling is said to be due to the fact the gardens and back yards will be that Teddy does not like some of Taft's plowed up for tobacco. John Spoonamoro sold some fat cows Cabinet appointment. to Johnson at 3c. Jesse Fox bought POLITICAL some fat hogs and shoats of L. P. President-elec- t Taft and Senator Weaver, Sam Harris and A. P. Sloan Knox, who will be his Secretary of at Cc and lc. Joe Perrin bought a State, held a conference at Augusta on young mare of H. M. Spoonamore for It Cabinet appointments. Senator Culberson delivered a warm speech in the Senate in regard to the President's action on the steel consolidation and introduced a resoluton of inquiry. A bill was introduced in the Tennessee Senate to prohibit the maufacture of intoxicating liquor in that State. The bill provides that the law go into effect on July 1. Gov. Hanly, in his last message to the Indiana Legislature, devoted mo3t of his attention to tho liquor question. As has been his custom, Gov. Hanly read the message himself. Gov. Joseph Folk, of Missouri, in reviewing 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 ''OU80 of the Tennessee Legislature p.oviding for an investigation of the "whisky lobby, tho head of which is Chas. M. Lewis, of Shelbyville, Ky." A bill was reported to the Senatt from tho Committee on Finance increasing tho salary of the President of tho United States from $50,000 to $100,-00- 0 a year and the salaries of tho Vice President and the Speaker from $12,000 to $20,000 a year each. The Illinois Republican Stato Com mittee has been called to meet at y to take some action Springfield along party lines relativo to the proposed contest on the governorship and the breaking of the deadlock that has $150. Uncle Dock Bourne, aged about 05, who has been very sick for the past few months, gave up this life Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. He was a member of tho Christian church, always keeping his due3 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 ono ever heard him speak any thing but good of his fellow man. He 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 tho Lancaster 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-borhas withdrawn his membership from the church. Sixty-fou- r members of the Calvary Baptist church at Lexington, who believe that their pastor, Rev. W. P. Hlned.was not guilty of unbecoming con o, prwuinonlu. Into develop over night ura qulckiy cured by Foley's Houey und Tar, The bare and inCasey Allen; Assessor, Elzio Voorhles; flamed luogs uro healed und btiength-oneJailer, J. M. Board; Sheriff, J. VV. and a dangerous condition Is Davenport; Coroner, Sam Shackelford; quickly averted, New Stanford Drug School Superintendent, Miss Osa Co. existed between the Houseand the Binco last Thursday. The democratic primary election in Mercer county Saturday resulted us follows: Representative, J. P. Chinn; County Judge, John W. Hughes; County Attorney, R. W. Keenon; County Clerk, Henry L. Gibbs; Circuit Clerk, Sen-ut- o duct, have withdrawn from tho church, and will establish a new congregation. The First Methodist church nt Lexington was dedicated Sunday. Bishop E R. Hendrix, of Kansas City, preached tho dedicatory sermon, while Rev. U. G. Foote, a former pastor, now stationed at St. Joseph, Mo., preached a similar sermon in tho lecture room. Simple RomodyFor La Grlppo Hacking la grinpo coughs that may d, Arnold HlrlnitcrinS acrea Chin Thompson S acres V Wem cr .' ncrea 11 M WeiuerfSn ncres J il Hmlth I'ol , ncres Wm huttonfincrea Wnde WlllluiiisZiicres Adams Heirs 7 ncres UiiKKard Heirs Hi acre Mr. Dell llnsty.fi acrea W DTliomp.nnMncres Commodore WlllsouSl ncrts Htee Wren fu acrea Mra MuttleChiippell'.K ncrts Josl, Hinltli 14 acres (I A llrlttS acres Win Miller 60 ncrvs W 11 lSnlley flu ncrea lliiattn Heirs Ignores W D Dje 67 acres J H Gullies 13 acre Win Kalnskey 5!i acres Unix' Melton loiicrta (' T ltoyae M acrea Ham r'lllit town lot K K Kox Helmai) ni'res W M. HlDitleton JUacrea Wiixneaburti District Hllaa HiiUKlilM acres Joa ltyrd to acres James Cliiitnhcpi II acres OlllnCookb) acies W It Um ens Itsu acres Robert Kntinim7 acre (ieorgu Folk 11V acres II U I freer M acrea Mra Harali (losley K) acres Mlllon lliinim loo acrea John Hart 47 acres und lot Thos Houp Uucre W II McKeelWucres Haiti Moore 16 acres W H l'adKvU Heirs 23 acres William Morgan 1(0 acres Mra Catherine llrlght IS acres WM Hobblns 13 acres A Hlrl tiger uoncrcs Wm Trlsler SO acres Ml lord Vuught 'Uncres ' K Wurrenu acres WT White 75 acres Jacob Zetsler au acres Huiuuul llnstln IS acrea Junius llnstln 21 acres two tracts (leorge W lSnstln 23 acres II 1' llauKhStucrcs HI' Ilrown IS acres John llyrdaincre T W Dalley und Co In acres Morillle Deatherltlgu 13 acres J H Harris IS acrea K Jaliez 1'JI acres H M Johnson M acres I'.d W Kemell 610 litres Lit MeMiillln liiacres David Moore o acres J W Mioreu3 acres Chins Mnoie itjacres Wm lloliluaou in ncrts Mary HtucUlcr It acrea Uiithegruvo lolacies (liorce I. Jl Walls laciK Klldilvth Waters (D acres Jos Whe. ldou ion acres Itobert Williams Ml itcies Kills Yociim II acres Harnh OwsU-- Ool A acre? It II Friuler a acres Ma II I" Morgan Mucres H HMullliitMtfc. acrea Frank Hmlth M acres Martin A Omciis 71 acres J II I'pthegroieilSiicres John 1' Wulls a acres Hu.toinllle District-Wh- ite, (leorue Aiken l acre Jess Jackson 4 acrea 11 1 I Thos Middleton house and lot Headley Carson I acre Oral) Ore hnrd District. William IinuKberty 4 ncrvs Dan HuUKheuy Tuiit-rvMr Kate Deluney niucrv A.J. IM'tinyVnncres 32 ncren Mr Mntllda (loach (1 Addlaou Hliies 121 ncrvs I) V IloliniH 1U1 ncres l I Umli 1U) iicrc W J Hlimleton Jul acrea Mm Armtnli. Hmlth i:)acre Frank Hnilth 1.0 acres John Hteplivna 10 ncres John Wnlden 17 acres A J Ilnrton tot W It Harp 2K) acres 1 acrea Oeorge I.ucv MrCnrnmrk Kl acres Iteteklnh Young liiacres Mrs.Hnilip Hrnwnlot Jim Florencnlnincrea Win Kennedy (Vaerea Mlllon Heynolda'.lslacrea Hteve Ituoell 10 acrea tleorrg W Trusty Jnrrf D Vanaht lot Hnniiittl Wllkc rsott lot I1 1. Admns II acrea Henry Dnlrn ncres Wllllnni Mnsonl acres lee Jasper I aero John Martin 40 acres T II McCormnck 8 ncrea Henry Heynolds6acrea I'Hmllli town lot (' A Ko 1M acres Wnmooeli !) acres WU rrritonl acres Colored. Joe Adams IS ncre. Caroline Mcorn Heirs 3 acres Kin llrlght tucres John llrnwti I ncro Diiitdlloocli Heirs 10 ncres Cum Hooch 4 ncrea scar McKlnney lot Wllltlwen. lucres Thos Hmlth ncre Nelon Masterson 1 ncrea Funny Alcorn I acre Dm Id Ilnrton Sncre iltorge Morton 1 ncre John lUimtcy lot Chas Steele lot Mitchell Trice ncre Jus Welch acrea Margaret Carter 7 ncrea Jmle Wood Incrv VThosllalley .Incrra Jnk'i Carpenter's lletri I ncre Murlnh Clo)d il acrea Dnu Hublilelot Wilson Mnatersoulncrcs llenryd HIITaSncres Aliule Vardemau lot Annie Morton X ncres Kit Ilrown acre District. Joe Acton mncres Mra Hteie Carrier Town lot II. W. Viiught'ncre (1 II Kill. , acre KoU'rt Frailer M ncres DO (Irlltln in ncres Will King acre Adnm I'elrey acres Jus Itogers 11; ncres ATHtewnrt lu acres WIIKluest lucre Kd l I Snores WTHutton 4 acres loin Welch lucres J W Aker acres Jas Acton tn acres J II llaiigh VI ncrea II lluchleyMnicre M U Hunch 40 ncres MrsH.A Ciiinilnn mncres Jno Falconlierry (W acres JosUodbe) W acres Ddrimth IH) acrea Filrabiisky lui ncres K W (Iriihuiii JS acres Kussell (iooi'li 70 acres Have. Hicks Ul acres J J nek ley 40 ncres Will K ll. key H) acres Mike Koitlgnn ft acres Hen A II Miilllns 00 acres J O l'lns lu acres M O Merticr I acre , Mra Aiidersiiu l acres Anton llemlcr '.'Sacres WM Pentium K acres Jas lloillrey I ncrea Jaa liou town lot Jmnes Mnaon 61 acres H No. I:u acres W J. I'reston iacre. Nancy Wilson town lot ileorge Ilrown acre K Caldwell (I acrea II Dentherldgo lucres Ham (looch 4 acres Jim Jones town lot Hani McCorniHck Hacras Joe Thomas town lot Iet Yowell S acres Klchurd Walls Nacres Francis dale 43 ncres A Hhaiiks 10 acres Ham llallanl 64 ncres Dale Hastln 1U acres Hene lleatty hmi-- e and lot John Collins S acres I.Ira & J II Denny 10 acres Frailer Heirs I acres J H Harris IS ncres ltlcbnrd Jnriiiaii I acr iisvur McKlnney lot Mrs Ha rah Mulllns town lot H KO'Dear rl acres Illchnrtl Hoblnsoti lot Obey He) Holds 13 acres Chas Htull lot James Welch lot John Wlll.ouas10 acres Annie Wade ncrea Thos WimkIs 4 acres Adnm I'elrey JrS ncres MrsHiirub Itnagh 1W1 ncres Andy llrusler W acres John llrlttou 10 acres J K Florence Jrn ncres John Wdrilllu Hi acres II A Ili'kO" luiacres Mrs M A Jetlrlesui acres Mra Hell Ktce lot J M ICoblnsoti i acres U W Hlngletou'.o urcrea Mra M A Turtet acre ncres Joa Wlllard leo I'Farrls l&tacri Ixinger Krnst Un acres Jno I' Admits r.iucres Hen lllniid 71 acres (li orge W Carson 5 acres Win King t acres 1'eter KIci I aeni Mrs J 1. Hmlth l. acres Win Curtis Thos Hector S3 acres Nichols A llobbltt I acre W Ddrltllu in) acrea llexeklali Crane liiacres It I, White 70 acres (Ireen ltrock 70 acres WmH Miller Ul acres Jerry Wllcher !f7 acres llermaii KliiiighterMucrss Alonzo Vinson ij acres Harali II Cooley 4 acres H dallies IS acrea MrsH J (III ens ) acres Vuught A Hiiehiiiian l"i acres Holtzclaw .V .Menede Sacru Obaa Hurfew mi acres J K Hmlth 60 ncres HH Mulllns M ncrea ltn)dc'i(iooch l.M ncrts August Mlller73 ncrts d II Mnxcy l.lucres J (I MiiatlnTrt acres Mike HM'llteri:incies Fml Hays A acres H II Ilnrton lot acres Cc orge llrent 63 acres James lluiterSn acres H II diMiehrsiacres J W Harrison ia acres J U Harris Jr :) ucres J C HurrlsHr TOucrua s (Ireen Kldd lucres J W MoKlnney S3 acrea Hill I'rlcetowulot d() I'etrey im ucres W MHInglftlou 61 ncres Thos Timhurlf sou mi acres A I. Wyuinn Hit acres l.uclnila I'i trey 28 acres Wm Hchlndlnbnner lii ucres J M dooch IV acres John Collins 1 acre Joe Floj't aero d N Htiitnii ivi ncres J II Yoemn 20 ncres J 11 MuWhorter70 ncrts J F Jeffries ((lucres J N Guinea IS ncres H II Walford 144 ncres Will leii.tire&n ucres James Ijiwreucu 40 ucres John lllalue lucre l.ewls Dale U acres Flnley Dudle town lot Hen rerrlll A acres Henry Johnson miuciva Newman 1'atteii 2 acres Henry ItlgueyS acres Harriett Foley ;h aciea Haggard Heirs 40 acies John lingers no acres Dick Thompson fiacres J D llrady 2(1 neri's II T KinU i'i acres H D Kliiioin town lot Chas Hooker lSuctes John Ihoin 'JO ai'les I! W lJty.11 acies Anthony dlivns 1 ncrti James (ioodo in acres Knte Klrkpiitilck VI ucres W 1, Martin acres deorge Ow sley 2 acres John HandldgH l acre James Htvwart 2ncrua Wm Ijickey Jr town lot Wllliniu llalley lucres (ieo Carpenter 40 acies DO fnnhm lot Mrs Mnry McChord 4(1 acres Fell Hlchnrds 4(1 acres Mnllsoi Hlngleton 1 ncrea ft' LUCKY FOR YOU. We have about 50 MEN'S SUITS, only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE, rather than style, can not afford to miss. They are not damaged, not shelf worn; a few of them are a little soiled. Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than Iv 1 1 fi s f 1 $10, 1 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 and made two prices $5.00 and $7.50 A Suit. It's most LIKE FINDING THEM. $5 or $7.50 for a $15 or $20 Suit, but remember these prices are FOR THE CASH. Don't forget that. f 1 H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Sj New Ledgers, Journals And E8 Cash Books , S S i1 c 1 In Great Variety of Styles and Prices, gj In Fact a Very Complete g9 Line of Stationery ff Generally. x Vm-re- jjj PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. m Ciic Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S; $5O,O0O.00 33,330.00 340,000.00 DIRECTORS! J. H. 8HANK3. PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CA8HIER, B. PAXTON, J. O. REIO, ASSI8TANT CASHIER H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER 1 J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shuukir Stanford; Geo. W. Curler, Stanford; Johu II. Toster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Itan. kin, Lancuetcr; J. It. Paxtii, Stanford; V, II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; It. h. Hubble, LaucaHter; W. II. CuiniiiiiiH, 1'rt.iclieniville; Lilbnrii Gtxx'li, Gi licrtii Creel:. i"HE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY 111 : Tl LMAL M AH MIR Aidltor's At. for Uncolu (Joavaty, Ky. UWiHIIOHKa, EAST TENNESSEE mccspoasTta TELEPHONE OOMPANY '- -? -- ; TV. Winter Goods. .Innunry lot. find m with wraio Wiutor grxxh on hand nnil wo will' otter Ihcflo nt nsUmiiinyiy low prices. Tim Winter is yet before iik. fl The Future Wo mtiU look to. Tho year juet jibhwI hns done evil it cnn. han brought with it tho usual unetcndincM in tin nil Seasonable Goods it for white sewing next week wc will plnco on enle a big lino of white goods lace, embroideries, nnd etc. to 3 the good or an In come rwpccfc! it hns been n remarkable year Onco tnoro letV put our miccc-- liimncw affairs Wc tlinnk you Como mid ieo tlic great wiving nt thin store presidential ycnrB. Cloako, Skirls, Purs, nnl heavy gowli must go. We hnvo tome fpecial values for you. Come, look. the wheel nnd work together nnd is Mire. I The Interior Journal. Btanfoiu), Ky., for your patronage in 1008 nnd n.k n continuance for U)0!). SEVERANCE, & SON. STANFORD KY. 7 12, 1000 - Jan. k w Nr.W assortment of local view post 'cards at Tcnny's Drug Store. Some very special bargains in uox Paper, but the supply is limited. Ask to seo them. Penny1 Drug Store. Use Chattanooga plows for good Sai.i:.-S- Ix thoroughbred Black Geo. II. Farris. Berkshire shoals; weight nbout CO twunds. Geo. D. Hopticr, Jr. Tin: wife of Poto Miller, colored, died and was buried Friday. She was a Mrs. Ueiiecca Harris, aged 85. died splendid old darkey. in tho East End nnd was buried nt s Saturday atter funeral services by THE C. W. II. M. will meet In the Eld. J. G. Livingston. lecture room of tho Christian church nt 2:30 Wednesday, Jon. 13th. Unless you pay me for laundry IWJ crops. Eph-esu- Found, near Logan's Creek on GoshSeo J. B. Sartain, Stanford. Ten shares of stock in tho First Nation Bank of Stanford changed hands last week at $115. en pike, a pistol. special Prices o0VE store-hom- o PERSONALS. or Kent. The Wa'rner on East Main Street. Apply at onco to W. K. Warner. For Sam: ' from W. T. West's premises, in Lancnster, a red cow, with a caller yesterday. whito spots on sides; dehorned. Miss MlLDHKli Cosnv, of Danville, Is for information. with Misa Hcsaie Hill. A hid and nnd somo other furnituro Mu. J. H. Caiitek, of Halla (Jap, was burned In Bob Whitley's houso in in iouisville last week. Mu. H. W. Givens Is visltine; his Macksville the other night. Aside from this little damago was done. brother at Mlddlesboro. On. and Mus. O. II. Falus were up I have bought Al Wallace's interest from Danvilio Saturday. Fiiank Wilkinson, of Hurcin, in the livery firm of Bcazley At WalMrs. lace and also the books. Thoso owing iswilh Mrs Hd Wilkinson. firm will please call and settle with Miss Laura Dawes, of Somerset, is tho (I. G. Beazley. me. Mrs. Chas. W. Uwoll. viiltinc Itc-wa- John Coi.ukii is very low with pneumonia fever. Mil. Viu.Skkiusci: spent several days oi Corbln. Mu. W. L. Lawson, of Garrard, was hero yesterday. la with MI83 MoMJE DAUCIlfcKTV Loxinj?ton friends. Hon. F. 1. Com best, of Casey, was For Sale A complete set of good Very cheap if sold broom machinery. nt once. S. P. Gray, Stanford, Ky. Don't send away from your home for any thing you can buy here. Let this be your motto for the year 1909. si m m Strayed , Mrs. Marv B. Owens, Somerset, is with her brothor, Mr. J. W. Itout. Mr. A. S. Hiioabdus and little son returned yesterday to I'urcell. Okla. Miss Viruib IloUMNE, of Garrard, is with her aister. Mrs. W. K. Warner. Mr. J. W. Acer baa sold out in Louisville nnd returned to Stanford to Rev. C K. 1'owkix, of LcxinRton, has been with bis father, Cnpt. 11. F. Powell. Born, to tho wife of John Wentzel, the clover Ottenhclm merchant, n daughter. Mu. G. T. Ballard, Garrard next sheriff, was a court day coun-ty'- ton, Is with Mrs. William Fields. Mrs. Euzaiietii Uice, of Living, II L'fiH Thompson, who killed Fred alin- Garrison In Caxey county, nnd wns lowed bond in $10,000, paid the cash to the Commercial Bank of Liberty and was released last week. A live. a visi- tor yesterday. I Dr. h. B. Cook's premium single comb Rhode Island Bed chickens won as follows at the Bowling Green poulMrs. William Mokeland, of Lex- try show last week: First cock, first ington, returned home Friday after a cockerel, first pullet, second and third visit to her daughter, Mrs W. C. pullet and first pen. They will bo exShanks. hibited ut Louisville this week. Mn. A. M. Warren, who has been Notwithstanding tho several hot transferred from Mohllo to Louisville, spent Sunday with his mother and sis- races fur county offices it is moru than tirobable that Juik'p James P. Bailey ters here. Mr. Grove C. Kennedy, of Lincoln, for county judgy, Mr. Georgo B. Coopis down to seo bis sons. Thero never er for county clerk, Hon. W. II. Shanks Kentucky for Representative and Superintendent was n more loving father of Schools Garland Singleton will hau State Journal. Mu. D. J. KiosiiY and family have no opposition. moved back to tho East End from The Christian Endeavor Social at the Stroud. Okla.. much to the delight of Christian church Friday night was their many friends. largely attended and greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Coha Perkins, n handsome Delightful refreshments were served widow of Harrodsburg, who has been and the young people spent several visiting Mrs. G. T. Timberluko in the hours in innocent games and conversWest End, returned home Monday. ing. President Morrison Bright and v News cornea from Biloxl, Miss., thnt those wlo assisted him in entertaining Mr. It. H. Givena, formerly of this county, has just undergone another op- uro deseving of congratulation on the Ho was doing Buccess it their entertainment. eration for appendicitis. nicely at last accounts. Marshall A. Stone, of this office, The Masonic Lodgo of Crab Orchard left Saturday for Anderson, Ind., to elected the following ollicers: M. M. spend a week or so with friends. Mar- Phillips, Master; G. B. Lyne, S. W.; energetic young W. L. Bill, shall is a J. W.; A. B. Baatin.S. D.; man and wo will miss him. It is bis years and wo trust ho J. B. Glllcerson, J. D.; J. M. Wallin, first vacation in secretary; J. T. Roberts, treasurer; will enjoy it. Ollio Baler, tylcr. The Odd Fellows LOCALS. elected J P. Jones, noble grand; M. M. Phillips, Wells, secgrand; II. Clothes French cleaned. Cook & retary; J.vico Chndwick, L. treasurer. T. hard-workin- g, S. J. I'ucit, of Vancobunr, visited his daughter, Mm. D. M. Wnlker. Miss Georgia Lewis, of Crab Orchard, was tho Kuest of Misses Mary and Elizabeth HigRliK. Mu. McMillan IUnkin, of Bradford, Pa., Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Itnnkin. Cleveland Hose nnd handsome bride, of Garrard, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eubanka. Miss Stei'lk Timiieklakk and brother. Dcanc, left Monday for'london to enter tho Sue Bennett Memorial School. named Ware was abut in the arm by some scoundrel us be rudo his cngino through Pine Hill Sunday night. The wound ii n painful clean. one. Ware's home is at Corbin. The following schedula went into effect on this division of tho L. & N. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Miss Alice Sunday: No. 21, the Southbound exBeazley nt 12:30 o'clock Saturday after- press, is due ut 11:20 l M.; No 22, tho noon. A full attendance is desired ns Northlxmml afternoon passenger, is duo at 5:27; No. 23, tho Southbound olfirers are to be elected and other passenger, is duo at 11:03 a. m.; No. work must be done. 21, tho Northbound morning passenger, iPjoti have a stallion or jack you is due ut-i- : 10; No. 27, tho train from want to dispose of enter him in tho Louisville bound for Richmond, i9 due Hustonville Combination Salo which at 10:17 A. M ; No. 28, the Louisville Mill bo held on Feb. 10 and 11. Write bound local, is due at 2:53 p. m. The for entry blanks to the Hustonville K. C. now leaves at 4:15 a. St., and 8:55 p. M. Combimtion Sale Co., Hustonville, Ky. freight engineer H. B Nortiicott will pay highest market price for hides, furs and all when it is delivered to you I will have kinds of produce. Seo us before selling. to decline having tho work done for Some scoundrels shot out the winyou. Laundry is cash nnd I will credit dows of one of Ben P. Martin's tenno one for it. Ed Wilkinson. ement houses in Rowland Saturday The will of Mrs. Salllp Shipman was night. probated yesterday. She left her propMt. Arthur C. Hill had the misforerty to her two nieces and n nephew, tune to step on a nail the other day and children of Mr. Frnnk Kelly, of Dayton, O. George D. Wcatherford quail-fit-- it the sharp point penetrated his foot over an inch, giving him much pain. as administrator. Squire J. T. Roderts, bought W. A. The city council of Bowling Green Tribble and Ii. W. Gaines 20 acres of finds that under local option fewer the Owsley farm at Walnut Flat at ttfihccmen aro needed nnd of tho whole number will be let out. $200. The land fronts tho residence. Some argument for local option where We have secured the agency for the an effort is made to enforce it. celebrated South Bend Chilled and BelNotice. -- All those having claims knap Chilled Plows. Inspoet their qualagainst the estate of John F. Cash, de ity and get our prices before you buy. Geo. D. Hopper. ceased, will please present them to me at the First National Bank, Stanford, Mr. Zora P. Smith, of McKinney, properly proven and verified, by Jan. announces in this issue for magistrate 1G,1909. H. C. Baughman, administra in the Hustonville district. Mr. Smith tor. is a hard democratic worker and now Mr. S. P. Gray, Stanford's broom asks his friends to help him win. manufacturer, tells us that broom corn Cyrus L. Cover drove a good mare is snaring out of sight. A recent quo to court yesterday and the animal died tation from Chicago shows the price at of colic in Myers Bros.' stable before 7J to 10c per pound which means an ho left town. She was heavy in foal advance in brooms. If the useful arti to D. S. Carpenter's Dignity Dare. cles continue to climb, only tho richer THE death of Mrs. Sallie Shipman rejeoplo will be permitted to provu the moves from statement that a new broom sweeps best women earthly scenes one of the in the Hustonville section. one-four- Ladies' Shirts ! Wc have juet placed on special rale about HO entirely new Walking Skirts made from high priced, materials and in the most approved styles. Also a hamhomo line of Voilo Skirts nt n grcnt reduction. New things in Neckwear constantly coming in at nil prices. An unusually pretty line of Fancy Ilelts and Hclting. Hnve your Spring lothcs fitted over one of our new, long hipped corseU. We hnvo them to fit all elinpcs and size. It would be well worth your while to como and inspect our etock of goods now, whether you are ready to buy or not. We have n great many lines of new goods too numerous to mention nnd all priced as low as possible for reliable merchandise. Call and us. nil-wo- TRIBBLE & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. A Good New Year's Reso-utionTra- de 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. Hodman W. Keenov. who mar. ried Miss Nell Adams, daughter of Mrs. Mary Adams, of this place, is a sprinter in politics. He won the nomination for (!ountv Atlnrnpv nf Morwr Kstnr. day by the enormous majority of 753. yu cuiiKnuuiaie me spienuiu young democrat on his magnificent race. In the contest between Messrs. 1. M. Bruce und Dink Farmer as to who was She had many friends here who learned Usand With Save : Money. At the meeting of tho city council Thursday night Mr. George II. Farris was elected councilman to succeed Mr. Mark Hardin, deceased. The selection is a most (satisfactory one nnd wo congratulate the members of the board on their wue choice. Farmer. Two rooms over Tom Penco'a for rent. W. A. Tribhlo. ' - store See our new horso collar, tho oust one on tho market. Geo. II. Farris Wk have on band all kinds of fresh meats. Seo us. Wilkinson As Lutes. New lino of spectacles. Eyes tested free nt the Now Stanford Drug Co.'s store. --A NEW stock of Oliver plows, plow gear, etc., on hands. Come aad see us. W. II. HiggiBB. Stanford defeated Danville in three games of ten pins hero Friday night. In tho first, Stanford won by ta', in tho second. our team won by 36, und in tho third by ,?), Tho gentlemen composing tho Stanford team wero Prof. J. W. i JIcssm. Welch Rochester, Geo. i Ireland, D. Florence, Kobort II. Coiroy and W. S. Dcnhatn. Tho Danvilio gentlemen wero Mof jrs. Adams, Davis, Patterson, Lauder and May. A largo crowd witnessed tho rather interesting but onesided game. Tho highest scores were Ireland, Ml, Adams, 201, Patterson, 305, DmIwi, 207. Marv II. Johnson, Nancy K. McKinney, Annio It. Powell, Hugh It. Foster, Leo- The Prlct Sanatorium, nard Ballard, Hobert Arnold, Claiborne North IjuicuUt Htri'rt, Walton. Kentucky. Grade 4 Henley Cash, John Cash, Joo T. Embry, Mntsy Grimes, Houston Kjc.N'on', KnrTrt'iitiiH'iit Gentry, Nellie Wilson Hill, Jesse Hock- - Tlirtxil. Knr, of llln'UM'mif tlic llicliil Hjulvmitiut hurniry. er, Mary Jams, Lettio Walker McKinney, Ethel Powell, Jean Paxton, Adel-l- a Russell, Hurtwcll Shanks. Grade G Mury Anderson, Maud Arnold, Frances Brackett, Ella Eichen-bcrge- r, Ruth Hardin. Elizabeth Hunn, W arc In po.lllon tixloiill kind, ot ion- Bessie Moore, Josephine Morris, Eva I'nlliiL'. mich im lllink Work. I'mi'int'iiti tuliiK from a Rankin, Eilio Ware, Prcscott Brown, nnd. In tact. (afun muku any Vr can IiouhmIokii to Unco H.t. M'rf ou promptly anil k'uaruutco Sam Embry, Harry Farmer, Maurice work ami iiiutiTlitl. Uall and crt ourprlcvi Jarvis, James Tribble, Willie C. White. lVforuou buy jour iiiiitcrlul al least. Grade Bibb, tthel D. Brackett, Mary S. Cook, Annie Gray, Docia Hardin, Marv M. Raney, Verna Stauford, Ky. Rout, Mayme Singleton, Gertrude WilkOwsinson, John T. McAlister, James ley, Hobart White. Grade 7 Eflio Baughman, La Verne Brady, Annie Butte, Clay Davis, Wm. OF Grimes, Marion Grimes, Eva Moser, Mannio Mobley, Lena Traylor, Grace High-Clas- s Hlanfonl. Ky.. Jan.. IK m.tlutKl.cal Court Young, Nancy Yeager. ot Lincoln count), Ky.. luwtu kpaliU pro. ponala lor llieori'cllou anil completion of a Grade 8 Arnold Foreman, Jas. Coop- new count) cunrt liotito on tliu Will bo held nt In tin) ell) of Stanford nuri'talilu to er, Lyles Cooper, Lottie Carson, Mary iilniiaiiiul H'Cllliiiflon pri'iutnil ly Aiclil-i- i Gray, Catherine Gentry, Annio Mlllmrn.fc t'o., Wiialilimtou eta h rank l.( 1'luli. will U' nil llln Willi I Liliiun Mueller, Mury E. McKin- tect Mill with tlu'l'oiintt ('lrk at ho ArchiStanford. hid Lucy Leo Walton, Muy Knell Contractor Mill ill" with ney, Oca Mosor, rutlllwl cluek. iiiiolo imiiIiIu In J. H. Warren. liy.Couiity Judiii lurt-'m- i iii.uk ovlileneo of good niltli on III. imrt.diil If IiIk bill la Freshman- - Morrison Bright, Lorrain u'pUil.lhat ho ulll mill i Into contract no ut Campbell, Harris Coleman, Anniu L. one.' ami Khiiinncco)lub!et;iuiruitieioi. piui)' honU.ui)alilw to thu iiiunl, for M Gentry, Lissa Holtzclaw, Virginia tier cent, oft lie cont nut price for I ho liillh-lu- l Writo lor Kutry Wanks iH'rforiiiiinciuif the contract. Tho Willie Mooje, William McCurty, will Iki paid wi r cent, n the work SO per lent, until Una I Emma Napier, Muud Stone, John M. proxreaao. n liilhliiu t mutilation. II. Wuters. All blita to N Hilled und llled with thu Sophomore Sallio Burdette, Eliza- PouutvOltrkoiiur Iwfuru Hi a n. February lath, mv. HUSTONVILLE, KY. beth lilggins, Eugenia Patrick, Alice The KUcul (Joint retirwutlio right to reject mi) or all lihla, Rankin. J.K.OWHljKV,JU.,0ouiity Juilgt. Big Sale of Business Horses Will be Held Junior Thomu Bright. QNOKUC H.UOOPICll, Clerk, tho stronger candidate for juiler the latter won and Mr. Bruce has retired from the race. The vote was taken Honor Roll for December of Stan- only in the town of Stanford. This makes Mr. Farmer a formidable candiford Graded School: Grado 1 -- Grace Mary date for the ollicotoand it has put the Anderson, other candidates thinking. Brackett, J union Burke, Josephine r, Beazley, Eloise Beazley, Frank The House adopted a resolution to a committee to look into the Frances Corminey, Harvey of money appropriated to deGeorge Fleece Farris, Joo Grimes, tect frauds. Janio Hooker, Daisy Lunsford, Marguerite McClure, Marie Powell, Sophie NEW BLACKSMITH AND RE- Saundurs, Stella Walker. Grade 2 Rachel Hill, Sarah Traylor, PAIR SHOP. Tilden Cooper, Virgil Moore, John It. I lm ! mil a liluckxmltli nmt m rural McKinney, Heath Severance. repair ulion (it mv burnt', tin uM ttillkiulp llui- property mi tin- Htnnloril pike, Grade 3 Belle Russell, Patience tumllk, ami imk n Kluim oi idh pumic pit' Sylvia Farmer, Kalhryn Harris, irunaKH. I'AIII. J lHH. Iluilonv Ille, K Cor-dieKm-brnp-poCal-mes- e, nt-n- W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Watch This Space Next sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods, Is- Jottph Stanford, Oviilto-I'rlnnr.- CONCRETING llrit-claaa Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE, KY. PHILLIPS BROS., A BIG Notice to Contractors C01WI0N SALE ! Stallions and Jacks ox putillc-tiiimr- Mil-bur- n, 1 HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY, 111 o. 11 ion-tracl- February 10 Ma-hon- y, and n, icxjp. Company. March 24 and 251 WM, Hustonville Combination Sale - 'srJ.A ,.. . ,.i. "S- f T"W fTw'J'"I' 1 " "-- p U ' ,1 ,' 11 6 H J !1 I Brave Fire Laddies Often rccelvo severe burns, putting oul JMiorsu non holler and rnlnnnd saw fires, then uso Hucklen'a Arnica Salvo milt for Ale. ir sell either or loth. Will Crab Orchard, Jan. 7. "Becauso and forget them. It soon drives out Oiias, KMSSi.iM.Ottonlicliu, Ky, at Stanford a of tho condition of the Lincoln countV MnUrrtinthf 1'ostofllce, Wnynesburn, Ky, pain. For Hums, Scalds, Wounds, neorui-fla- u maltrr. jail, which U a reproach to civilization, Cuts and Hrulses Its oarth's greatest I pardon this boy." What a foul slanhealer- - Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, der on Mrs, Acnes Herrln, tho widow- Old Sores, Dolls, Ulcers, Fclpns;bcst I am nt nil prepared to eirhnnqn ed jailer of tho noblest man that God l'llo euro mndc. Kollcf Is Instant. 25o meal for corn. times mill will run every No. sl.Honth.lliMr. M. My Dick, linker, .Miller. No. 21. Hon Hi, MM r. M. Almighty ever made I 1 havo passed at Penny's Drug Store. No.Ji, North,:H A. m. J.ll.OILKKltHON. many pleasant days in tho sunny walls m mi No. . North, R:7 r. M. Crab Orchard. Ky. No.r, 10:t7 A.M. Judge Jones, at Union City, Tenn., of that delightful winter resort. At no No.!N,J:fi5i M. hotel in any Stato was I ever kinder or sentenced the six night riders found JOS. S. RICE, Agont. better treated, or cheaper or better guilty of murder in tho first degrco by fed my board being entirely freo and a jury on Thursday to bo hanged on New Liven regularly brought to my apartments. Feb. 19. Tho attorneys for tho defence Dopot Stroot, Every person in this city who is suf- ColTcc, meat, bread, biscuit, potatoes, immediately gave notice of an appeal Phono 00( Eczema, Pimples, Dand- beans, turnips, &c, and tho inmates so to the Stato supremo court. fering from scalp dis- polite. I spoke and treated on fruits STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ruff or any form of skin or A tickling or dry cough can bo ease, can find relief and be permanent- and lemonade every day and no auditor quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop'a Itching Skin Diseases ly cured by Zemo, a clean I'qujdfoi ever arose and left me whilo I was Cough llemedy No opium, no chloro external use. All durggists sell ZEMC speaking. When I reluctantly left the form, nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid !or external use. Zemo givci instant jail, which was after being1 threatened by Penny's Drug Store. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. relief and permanently cures any form with an ejectment, I left 27 sighing vo)f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All ters behind me. Mr. Herrln promised W.L.MCARTY stay a few days over my lanrnmllilntnfor Mherlll of Lincoln enmi- Druggists. Write for sample. E. VV, to let mo time. In visiting jails to see my clients ty, suhject to the. notion ut tho democratic loi'c Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. party. Surgeon G. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. and for my own misdemeanors, I have in several houses of corM. S. BAUGHMAN - KENTUCKY. been confined STANFORD, I rection, but havo never seen any jail Ii n candidate for HherllT of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store in better, or more orderly kept and pris party. The farm of I K) acres, of Rood blue Rrass oners who were fortunate enough to land, lylnil onu mile North of McKliihey.ou the Owsley Building. the Htnnford pike. Imprmements and sojourn there during the winter, or as JOHN J. MOSER fenrlnit Rood: plenty of sinter and fruit. acres of timbered land one a summer resort, better fed. That was li candidate for Jnller of Lincoln county, AIo of McKlnneyihnlf under fence; plenty inoject tobacco Intnl. Kee Rro Tobacco and Jobacco the reason it was so crowded last Feb- Prty. to me action o: tiiu iieuiocruiio of water anil Kood J.A.OIVKNH, Agent, crop. nit ruary when I wa3 there. The lamentMcKinney, Ky. ed Herrin was a nobleman and his widJAMES C. HAYS I hope ow Is now a Ducthess dowager. Nothing But Jailer of Lincoln county. It k candidate the gallant governor will take back a laoject to meforaction 01 tun Liciiiocruuo thoughtless declaration unsustained by party. the facts. I have considerable interest INK FARMER I desire to sell nrlmtcly my stock nf tiro- The Insurance Man, in the jail. My grand, aristocratic cerlesand Hardware. IHilntf n Rood busi la a for the Democratic nomina ltensou STANFORD, KY. of it and I am en- tion candidate of Lincoln county, subject to ness. Will I n olco aliout built III hcnlth. for Jailer titled to free board there now and then. the action of the democratic party. OKO. I), HOi'l'lIlt, (Stanford. Ky. Hesldenco l'hone MJ Olllce, M. As tho "Mountain Tigress," Cynthia Insure with mo and bo fully A. CARSON is Curable Frye, said when they were putting her T. ..a... II. In,..W. li.lt.ir t l.ltlPflln f.MItlfv. protected. f. ZEMO, a dentine preparation foi in the Mt. Vernon jail, "I built that suhject to tint action of the Democratic external use. Stops itching instantly jail and have had no good of it yet." I party. and destroys the germs that cause skin only when in law nnd never get in jail diseases- - Eczema p.jickly yields and is O. C. ALLEN politics and I shall be in both this year. permanently cured by this remstkable Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln counurn-piIs a hnndsotm-- , Inrue j oiiiir Jersey Hull, dety, subject to the action of the Democratic medicine. All Druggists. Write for Mo. of scended from n Inni ami unbroken line Is- I expect to be in jail before the sum- partv. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, most noted Imlls iind cows on the is over and in Frankthe mer campaign land of Jersey Kimlnml nnd America. Ills Penny's Druu Story. Hoping that justice Hire Is one of the Itest Imlls ever Imported fort when it ends. cow that has Riven itt will be done to the Princess J. W. FOLEY nnd bis dam Is a show that now pounds of rich milk In one day. If you f Isncnndldate for Assessor of Llncolncoun-ty.subje"I.Ike liegets I.Ike or the Likeness of presides Queen of the Culinary departto the action of tho .democratic Mime Ancestor" nnd lme n strictly good cow. you should avail yoursef of his ser- ment of the Stanford Hostelry, whose party. ti.Hi-i- i iij ifiii.'r in va- lint it iiur to serve a limited mission is a jail, I am yours truly, vice. He will lierlcnce. Then our clothes, whet hern Urn e number of approved, registered cons price business suit or the llnest evenlm: J. A. DUDDERAR eur, for a fee of of our herd this Fontaine Fox bonitrrr. clothes, will have that Indll lduallty and lit trench. Make engagement liefore (.ending ulilch plainly Indicate they Mere liludo to Is a cnndklate forjnsieisorof Lincoln Coun UKIll A OTTKIt, cow to lie Itretl. ty subject to tlie.nctlou oijtiiu iieinocriuic your inensiire. I is III also take jouriuens- Ky. Htnnford. Telenhiiiie sii. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. party. lire ior exirn irituers. niiiry seis, lop N. 11. We hac to offer three extra choice coats noil oiercoats. Kail and Winter stimnullcnltes that win lie sold nt rignt prices uli's oil hand ready for our liiiectlou. Fon Sale. 700 shocks of fodder. W . D. WALLIN W. II. O. ItUPLKY.TheTnllor. W. Warren. Stanford, Ky. Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun S. J. Hell bought 14 cattle in Casey ty, subject to the uctlon of the democratic party. You can llmlour Htnudnnl Itemeily, the county at 2 to 4c. greatest bhxiil and liver medicine yet know n. d M. D. Eubanks sold a of Klieiiiiiiill9in, Halt Klieuiil, KidS- M.OWENS In case of ney Trouble and nil dleaes arising from mules in Atlanta at $174. of the As iidmlnt-tratii- r I. n. enii.llilate for Assessortof Llncolncoun Melvln.decenmsl IhIIIiui estate of Janus tiiimir. IiIikmI it has no enu.il. It Is miiuu- For Sale. 140 good, young ewes. ty.subject to the action of.the Democratic factored under the pure fowl act of June an. TTirifsDAY.JAX.il.lpv. p.irty. lll, and guaranteed by the manufacturer If J. J. (Thompson, Preachersville. At his residence, near titteuhelui, offer fnr directions the Itemeily Is taken according toby sale publicly and will sell to the highest and the ue nnd If he or h" is not lienellteil Lee Rankin sold to Thomas C. RanW. S.BURCH liest bidder ieronul of the llemedy we will refund our money. .. II IHIIUIUHitl IUI tlUIUJ .liunnj .., f.t.i iiroierty. the follouInK deserllil shouts, in One sum and it mules at SISS. it. .......' '. ...... Isirrelscoru, Hn Imlesof has, lot of fodder, Hi... We can do nothing more. Knelt package kin 24 II rnntnins 'ill does with a reiilterfd cuiirau- coin county, subject to the action of the AM iHiunds of tobncio. H.i" Isuirds, For Sale. 70 good ewes; will lamb iieniocriiuc pnrtj. d teenud mulling card with full Instructions. and harness, plows itfid harrow, foil We send it to any address by mull on this month. Embry Bros., Stanford.' feet of lumber and n lot of household and $1 pickage or six linrknpe for of 'r kitchen furniture M. F. NORTH James Bourne sold a farm of about If taken In . Hotter order n box Tliealmie property vs III Is- - sold on three time you might sne a big doctor's bill. 100 acres on Dix river, West of Lancasfa n fuiwiMiiit. fori'mintv Attorner! of Lin1 months' time nud the purchaser will 1i ltememlx'rlf )ou takethe Uenifdy accoru colli county, subject to the iicUon.of the toesecute bond, ulth npprimil ter- Intr In tn.lrilfllntl ami are not lienefltid ter, to Eph Leave!!, of color, at about Demoi-rimpuny. siiiiai security ior ine purcuase price in me you get jour dollar back. ou will not atsne proerty ; said lonils to liear lexul In tlnd tnereineuy in urug stores ior snie. ii $35. Is told mils bvourduly iiiilliorlziil agents. T. J. HILL, JR , A small red heifer calf came to my UKIMIKN WILLIAMS. Agent. T.J. II I LI.. Hit.. place 15 days ago. Owner can Ret Is ii for County Attorney of Liu Administrator. coin county, subject to the action of the stme by paying for this notice and her Democratic party. We Buy keep. Alonzo Padgett, Waynesburg ! M. C. SAUFLEY A. II. Stigall has moved to his re cently built home near Brown Springs, Is a ciiuilldntit for circuit Judue of this, the The safest, surest and most iidcitiate Hides and liith Judicial district. subject to the action for the future Is a iolloy In Crab Orchard, and will stand his good of the Democratic parly. Wool stallion and jack there the coming seaFeathers, Tatlotr, B.sswu, Ginseng, Mutual Benefit Life Golden Se.I.lYclW Root). May Apple, JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., son. Insurance Co. We are dealers J Wild Cingtr, etc A. J. Brown bought 20 yearling mules Is n candidate for circuit JutlRe of this, the It Is conspicuous for economical managenulliihrd U 1856 "Over I VaceDturia subject Monday for $2,400. J. Pith district, party. to the action of the ment, liberality of Its policy contracts, fair from John Horn LcswvuV sod can do better for ycsi tKin Iitinocnitlc dealliiK with Its members and larKit returns M. Ransdell sold J. T. Curtis, of Richtn policy holders SDts or coamia son inercKtats. Refrrrorr, The company Is Just enterlnu the or Bint in LouiinSr. Writs for svccUy mond, 1C mules, for $2,240. CHARLES A.HARDIN, pace litl and shTptssg Ugs. SIXTY FOURTH YEAR Harrodsburg Herald. of Mercer county. Is u cnmlldate for Attorney of this, the 1.1th Ju of n nuccitxsful buslntss carter lth more Sabel & Sons, John Peniston, of Wiimore, bought dicial district, subject to the action of the toiler holders In Lincoln county than LOUISVILLE, KY. 229 E. Marstt SI. nil other companies combined. Write for 25 cattle at Richmond for $3.00 and deiuocrutlc parly. particulars, statins OKelind whether marbold a bunch to T. W. Duckworth, ried or simile to JOHN C. PEPPLE8. rspccliil Aut. It. M. M.WI-A.M- ) Tuesday for 4c: he also sold a hunch of MJers House h'lnts, htaulonl, James I, Whit. , 300 lb. hogs to J. W. Prather, of Wii I ii 1'iitiillilnti. for Assessor of Lincoln coun Hollcltorfor Itockcnstle Co. ty: subject to tho notion of the democratic more for 51c Jessamine Journal. party. Hughes & Swinebroad report that & W, W. WHITE they have just sold two more farms. U ii eiitulldtite for Asse ssorof Lincoln coun They sold for Hamilton & Robinson the ty, suiijj-c- t to tho notion of the Duiiiocrallc Me ir"Ji'('--l 3 remainder of the Gillespie farm of purty. about 120 acres to W. S. Hensley at BhL 2ItikLsLLsTRlDi3i'f JAMES P. BAILEY $100 and also sold for W. S. Hensley the I. a candidate for .Indue his farm on the Lexington piko known county court, subject to theof actionLincoln of the T. I. Herring farm, of 178 acres, itemoeruiiu puny. as the to Hamilton & Robinson at $85. LanW, H. SHANKS caster Record. for Itepre- la n candidate for Stanford Court. There were about seiitatlvitof Lincoln county, subject to the Underta&era and Embalm-ere- . of the Democratic party. 500 cattle on tho market yesterday and uctlon Also Dealera in Furprobably 400 changed hands. M. P. GARLAND SINGLETON niture, Mattings.Rugs. They Hamilton, of Pulaski, sold 85 cattle u,t Is neaiiilldnte for Huberlntendent of l'ubllc i:ii!ht of the hMldlllL' coiiinanles of the world represented. Coiuitete 111 rates will exchange Furniture for 2J to 4s J. M. Roberts, also of Pulas- Hchools of Lincoln county, subject to the all the. companies of tint world. lxis-pa- j tiltheser iiati n law initreconi uusurtuisseu. ki, sold GO at about the same price. action of the leiiiocriitle party. all Kinds of Stock. Givo suit li the history of this uueucy, l.oe .no Granville Lutes sold a bunch of good promptly p.iui iiuii uiinoui JAMES F. HOLDAM Them a Call. Prices Right. wiiltluut'itliDs for inur money. Iteforu In- cattle at 4e. There was a demand for Is i candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln iirlnn,call on mulesand a number sold at $125 to $175 county, subject to tint notion of the DemoMAHONY & STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Horses were slow. Tho crowd was cratic party. good considering the day. SWOPE J. D. The IiHiininco Men of Stanford. of Is n candidate Don't drug the Stomach, or stimu county iibjrctfor circuit clerk tlm Lincolnc In the action of party. late tho Heart or Kidneys. Thut Is wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that are LESLIE ANDERSON crying out for help. Vlullo thebo l a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln weak Insldo conti olllnj,' nerves with county, subject to the notion of the itn In tho head rain anywhere. hu Its rants. pari). Pain Is congestion, win li blood pressure nothlnt Dr Shoop'a Restorative, and see how else usually. At least, so saya lir bhoop. and to A. R. WALLACE trove it lio has rruute.1 a llttlo pink tabu t. That quickly good health will come to you tablet culled Dr. bhoop's Iltudache Tablet Ik candidate for Coroner ugaln. Test it und seo ! Sold bjr Pen- ty, asub. ect to lint uctlon of of Lincoln coun- coaxes blood preuura away fioin pain renters. the livmocrutla Its effect Is channhur. pleatuiily delightful, (iently. primary r'eh.n, IK. ny's Drugstore. though safely. It surely isjiuluwi Ihu blood The Interior Journal. Potl-Offi- Bobbltt Reseats Got. WHlson's Slander of Mrs. Herrln. FOR SALE L. N. TITOETHBLE MEAL EXCHANGE. GlearaDce Sale! All B. D. CARTER, ThTruth the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. ALL-WOO- CRAVENETTES. 818 Cent now 815 Coat now 81 'J 81 1 L OVERCOATS 89 IS 8 18 0 US . .'1 A. S. PRICE, Dentist, 0 (1 L iOCont now 810 Coal now FARM FOR SALE lt IS 815 Coat now 812 50 Coat now 18 810 Coat now 08 87 50 Coat now g5 Coat now AS H 18 milt-Ka- st Inturts larni. Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Suit now fiO Suit now 815 Suit now 812 fiOSuit now 810 Suit now 87 50 Suit now 85 Suit now 8'JO fl." 12 18 817 81 50 to 8H 50 IS Orccn Hats from 00 S3 50 to It. SloOon UnU L'5c to 50c 8 !IS Fancy Hat Uniids IS 18 Tho nicest lino of neck08 wear, new nntl neat 25c to 50c .! 18 J Collarn 15c. 2 for 25c H 118 .1. I, kin-fol- one-sixt- h !,.. Men's and Boys' All-Wo- ol Suits in Eczema Adoriria,s Fox Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice. be-le- on out-sid- At McKinney, Ky., Our high Top Shoes consist of many differ ent styles and prices, ranging from $3.50 to When Ordering .Clothes $4.00. $3.50 Shoe now $2.98. $4.00 Shoe now $3.48. We honestly believe that when it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of ' durability, we have the best that a manufacturer can turn but of a leather hide. e. car-loa- PUBLICSALE! t. Men's Felt Boots, Hen's and Women's Rubbers, All Reduced Accordingly. d r- V buck-lioar- FURS Safeguard the Future The Men's and Women's Sanitary, Heavy, Fleeced Lined Underwear. Best Quality THIRTY-NIN- E safe-Kua- CENTS. n. J.L.Beazley&Co., ill itfn'r "Ni3 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. INSURANCE, Life, SAM ROBINSON, tD Fire, and Tornado. Next Door Farm Property a Specialty. Accident STANFORD, KY. Lincoln County Naional Bank. 4 JFirst Tjationa SRancj Stanford, JCj' Orfaniztit, SS2. Capital Stock, S50.O00. Surplus a1 WndM'dtd Profiti. S9.O00. liist-min- RANKIN, J. C. McClary, Demo-crntl- Demo-emti- o PAIN Jfas paid in 'Dioidendi sineo Organieaiion, $2 if, 500, Snvito 9otu Sfccounts on Our OFFICERS. I. S. Mocker, .'resident;, S. T, Harris, John J, Mcltoberts, Cai ,ier, II. C. )aui;hman. A it. Cash'r V.V.Saunders,I'ookkeeper, l, 7rij I. M circa-Utio- S. S, Undertaker. Embalmor and Dealer in Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, OfflM Phone, 147. Believing that Negroes were making oir nightly with his chickens, Nick Fousse arranged a shotgun to be discharged when any one thrust a hand into tho coop Lawrence Belmont, a white man, of Baton Rouge, was found dead In tho yard with an ugly wound in his side tho next mornlnfr. well-know- m KY- Home l'hone u. Pains of women, head puins, or any pulu stopped in 20 minutes sure, with emocrniiu puny, Dr. Shoop'a Pink Pain Tablets. See JAMES McKECHNIE full formula on --'e. Hox. Sold by Ian candidate for Muiflstrulu In Htunfoid District, subject to tho notion of the Demo. Penny's Drug Store emtio party. you hava a headache. Its blood pressure. It's painful periods with women, satno causa. II you am sleepless, restli. nervcus. It's blood congestion bliss! pressure. 'I hat surely Ii IVinocriillc party. certainty, for Dr. filioop's lleadacho Tablets stop It In 30 minutes, and tho tahltU sluply dlstribuw W. M DUDDERAR the unnatural blood pressure. llrulsa jrour finger, and doesn't It get fed. and Is n candidate lor nmnlitratu of the I pain JuuT Of course It district. subject lo tlieiicllomif Hie swell, amblood pressure. You'll find does. It's palan, It when Democratic pally. It simply Cdmruon Heoso. b Walwart. 25 icents, nd chowluUy reoommaod KU at I. K. HELM, SR., Is a candidate for muulstrato In the litis. tonvlllw district, subject to tho action of the ZORAP SMITH Is a candidate for miiKlstrntulu the Huston v 11 lit ilistrlit, subjicl to tliu action of the I I T. DIRECTORS. , II. liaughman, I). Elmore, J. M. I'ellus. II. liaughman, J. 1". Cummins, T. Harris, Juo. C. Itobmson, V Hill, J. S. Hocker, C. IS. Tate. Held, If you Dr. Shoop'f Headvch TabUtft PENNY'S STORE. DRUG want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Purest Drugs, Call on me. fill- W. B. McRoberts,0 . JJh. .s.'sl - x,lk$f'ui .w . .." i A . - .if 1.h - , L.?