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I I 1 H THE INTERIOP JOURNALVOL STANFORD KY FRIDAYXXXVI JANUARY 15 1909 NO 90 OTTENHEIM W T Whlto has his store up In run ning order and Is In shape to nccommo date his customers again Wm Anderson has brought his boiler and engine homo and will bo ready to grind again for his customers on every FridayJoo Lawson will start for Bedford Ind this week with the Intention of working on tho public works there Mrs S M Chandler Is visiting rela tines at Klrkivlllo Mrs Garland James i is quite sick and has been for over two weeks Boone Bros aro running their shop in full blast at this place August Abt is talking of putting up a blacksmith bshop This will give our little place two stores two blacksmith shops two saw mills two grist mills and three parsonages with all tho good people that heart could wish for Dont A Divorce A western Judge granted a divorce on account of mwmper and bad breath Dr Kings New LUIS Pills would have prevented It They euro Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the ill tcmper dispel colds banish headaches conquer chills S5o at Pennys Drug Store I School Teacher How old aro you John Olson T Ay not know how old ay bane Well when were you born 7 Ay not born at all ay got Btopmut tel There Is no case on record of a cough cold or la grlppo developing Into pneumonia After Foloya Honey and Till has been taken as It cures tho most obstinate deep seated coughs and colds Why take anything oleo Now t Stanford Drug Co Charles C Locke an aged newspaperman of Memphis fell on tho Icy pave ment and died a short while later NOTICE iv will inner W the hlh1 bidder nt our tnbe on 11pot treeb- H1TU1tIAY JAN I Jtl1I n rvlot of 11110 rajewa gnietlolublehernor varynbleCol J I rhnmllcr Auet NICE HOME AT AUCTION I I will nt public nuotlon at t oclock HATtllllAY AFTKIINOON JAXHOTIt nt my bomo In Irnb Orclmnl It U ft cot In a of llvo room wilt three good wlltwo roueConOrcbLIIeOl101 cryouibuli InKood rtimlr Abundance of fruit olio nero Hi lot there pin tplendld eur dn 81 will occur J 1HTKNIIIIIIIEN Omb Orchnnl Ky To Our Customers Present and Pnspictlvt The Indian Rotlnlng Company has now been doing business and around Stanford about a year and wo take this opportunity to assure our many customers our sincere appre ciation of their patronage and our earnest dcnlro to servo at all timoR und also to solicit now business It IIn wolknown fact that our com petitor has been active uud strenuous in their efforts to take away our bus loess but in tho taco of all their efforts we have enjoyed a fair cent of tLe trade for which wo nro grateful to a generous public A fair sharo of the business U wo ask and hope that our friends can see theirway clear to continuo to us this Wo have a fully equipped distributing station at and carry complete lino of burning oils and gasoline can m ko immediate shipments of all grades of lubricating greases from our rcllnery at Georgetown Ky the manufacturing institution In tho State Wo nro absolutely lade pendent of the trust and to again prove this wo publish tho sworn p statement of the president of our In stltutlonShould auy person mako tho state moat 10 you that wa aro port of any other Iinvo thorn nut the statement III wrltlDlthen send us tho r statement it to the proper authorities and these un statements will cease Wo have many unsolicited testimonials as to tho of our goods und only ask tho prospective customers to glvo us a fair lot ihorcsults speak for themselves Wo no Peddler Wagons Respectfully yours RKFININO Co- W 0 Worroitu Agent Danville Ivy Branch Cincinnati 0 Oct 31 100S To WHOM IT MAY CONCKUN Tho undersigned upon oath de clares and says That Indian Re fining Company of Georgetown Ky Is of tho Standard 011 Company and Its branches and lade pendent any other Company cor Interest and that U is not asubsidiary by association contract or understanding and that no other oil dealing corporation or associa tion owns an Interest In this Company RICHMOND LEVEUINO President Indian Refining Co State of Ohio L ss County of Hamilton f mOancounty this 30th day of October 1D08 RAYMOND TULUS Notary Public Hamilton County KINOSVILLEI Ohio Webb Is visiting his sister Mrs Clarence Dunn at this place Rev Oglo of Livingston will preach at Pleasant Point Saturday night Sun day and Sunday night Ed CurlY is running the railroad pump while W P Lone is recovering from injuries received there W D Dye is able to bo out again Manford Chlvolctta and wife aro visit ing friends at this place- G Singleton filled an appointment at Pleasant Point Sunday His sermon was enjoyed by all who hoard it Claude Camden who shot Com Gooch had his examining trail and was held over fur circuit court under f600 bond Wallace Walter is acting as supervisor Mrs Wallace Walter and Master Joseph It are visiting friends at Stanford and Lanaster this week Virgil Hoguu has moved from Cum berland Falls to this place It seems needless for a man to movo away from Kings Mountain expecting to stay Our school is in progress with as many pupils as there Is room for regardless of muddy roads and bad weath cr A number of outside pupils are coming Candidates to ridicule candidates to praise- Candidates everywhere these cold rainy days After Feb 6th there will be candidates- no more Tho voters will have a rest from candi dates Tho following members were elected K 0 T M officers for Kings Mountain Tent No 111 Dr C M Thompson commander W C Brown flout commander W M Meeks record keeper W C Dye chaplain C Trusty ser geant Walter Irlvett master at arms Milton Trimble first master of guards Cora Francis second master of guards Claude Trimble pickctt Kind Words Wont Keep You may save up money And land and grain For tho days to como When It pours with rainIYou mny hoard up gold And jewels rare For the years to come When old ago you wear but a word of kindness You cannot store For it will not keepITJII the day is oer You should speak it now When its on your tongue For you cannot tell How a heart is wrung And only a kind word todayis than all You can ever say In tho future years Speak It loud and clear Kind words wont keep For the corning year Go praise your friend To his face today And grasp his hand In a friendly way Toll him tho kind words Now that you Aro saving to speak When his life is through Let vour lips bo spendthrifts With words of cheer Tomorrow my friend You may not be here Kind words are things That you cannot store They must be scattered j If youd have more They never were meant To be used alone Iji the house of death I Where our loved ones moan One kind word spoken Means more today Than eulogies long Over lifeless clay Detroit Free Prose A Religious =thatsStnto I mont For several years I wns acfllted with kldno troublo and last Winter I was nuddc ily stricken with a severe pain In my cdnoy and was confined tobed eight lays uqablo to get up without assistance urlno contained a thick trhito sediment and I passed same frequently day and night I comml c Foleys Kldnoy Roraodi andAio pain gradually abat ed an j UnaUy eased find my urlno became normal I cheerfully recommend Poloys Kidney Remedy New Stanford DrugOjo a I Lot mo kissthose tears away ho begged tenderly 4 She fell for it and ho was Busy f rtho next 15 minutes And yet the tears flowed on Can nothing atop themT ho asked breath lessly sad Nope she murmured Its hay fever you know But go on with the treatment v L widelyknown NEWS NOTES Mrs M C Tabb of Hardin county was perhaps fatally burned while pop ping corn Mrs Dora Lisle Pruitt aged 18 wife of Marshall Pruitt and a bride of only a month is dead at Winchester Mrs John T Watson of Christian county was brutally assaulted by a Negro who was caught and hurried to HendersonAs of another explosion at tho Lick Branch mine at Switch Back W Va between CO and 100 miners were killed Spencer Moore Company one of tho oldest and best known grain firms at tho head of tho lakes made an as signment at Duluth As a result of grief over the death of his aged mother Mrs Emily Garrard Holt William Garrard Holt aged 70 died of heart disease at Paris Oliver Slavin ono of tho men arrest ed on account of tho trouble at Stearns on Christmas day has broken out with smallpox in tho Newport jail Sunday an Owensboro paper had a furtlyo article on tho vast amount of gold used by local dentists and that night five dental offices were visited by thievesMiss Mattie D Todd aged 56 died at Cynthmna of cancer For 12 years she was Postmistress In Cynthiana She left a large estate Turkey has decided to accept Austro Hungarys cash offer as indemnity for tho annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina This action is believed to have obviated any possibility of war As the result of a desperate encounter which took placo at Desda Clinton county between lye Hammons a con stable and Robert Conner postmaster And merchant at Desda both are prob ably fatally wounded After killing his wife with a revolver Frank Donnelly of Oxford Ohio shot himself live times slashed his throat and wrists with a razor and walked from Oxford to Hamilton a distance of 16 dyingKs accident to her husband R M Rice who fell in front his residence at Paris breaking sev eral ribs Mra Rice who was seriously ill collapsed from n nervous shock and died before medical aid could reach her Indiannpolis side at tho retrial of the case of the Standard 011 Company in which a fine of 29240000 was impoaad Judgo An derson will set the case for trial Mon dayFred B Signor charged with forging the signature of James Murray a mil lionaire was indicted at Oakland Cal on eight counts by the grand jury The amount involved In all aggregates about 860000 Signor was immceiately put in the custody of the Shoiff Rev John H Carmichael who con teased to tho murder of Gideon Brown ing at the Rattlo sun Methodist church in Michigan and who cut his throat In a boanling house at Carthage III Sun day night died at noon tho following taljet house after ho had attempted to end his life He loft a letter in which ho confessed that he was the mah who killed Browning f A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was holdup In his work health and happiness by what was believed to bo hopeless Consumption writes W R Llpscoinbi of Washington N C Ho took all kinds of remedies and treat mont from several doctors but found no help till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles HO Is a well man today Its quick to relieve and tho surest cure for weak or sore lungs Humor rhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial ailectlons 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store While walking tho L N track from Paris to attend the funeral of Henry T Eales who was burned to death in tho Courtview Hotel firo at Winches ter Henry T Kales was run down and killed by tho Knoxvlllo Flyer at Tol botta Station If you will take Foleys Orino Laxa tlve until the bowels become regular you will not havo to take purgatives constantly as Foloys Orlno Laxa tive positively cures chronic constipation anti sluggish liver Pleasant to take Now Stanford Drug Co Oklahomas Individual bank deposits havo increased 20000000 in threo years according to State Bank Com missioner Smocks report The total in 546 banks last November was 28448 97096 Provcntlcsthoso Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Trythom onfce and see 4823c Sold by Penny s Drug Store l PREACHERSVILE The Baptist brethren at their busi ness meeting Saturday called Rev Pierce Bryant for tho ensuing year Ho filled the position of pastor at this church most satisfactorily tho past yearJ P Rodgers sold his farm known as the old Parrish place to Robert C White of Crab Orchard for 5000 At tho sale on the 5th every thing sold well Corn brought 3 sheep 6 horses 80 to 107 and a Jersey cow brought 60 Tho Masonic fraternity at this place elected the following officers for the current year J M Cress W At M V Lawrence S W W II Brown J W W H Cummins treasurer W C Cummins secretary T Y Shaw S D J L Kennedy J D W G Cummins TylerBorn to the wife of John B Ander son a girl J L Kennedy is quite ill John Colyer is critically ill of pneumo nia Tom Durham moved to the Dur ham homestead at Whites Mill Judgo Colyer has moved to Crab Orchard F F Blankenshlp has moved to the for mer residence of Henry Blankenshlp on Cedar Creek road Handsome Miss Bertha Hamm of Madison was a guest of tho Misses Carpenter Misses Mary Roberts of Somerset Mary and Alice Rankin of Hubble and Jennie Pepplea of Stan ford were guests of Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson Ira J Holtzclaw has returned to Lexington where ho is tak ing a course in Smiths Business College Ernest Poppies was with rela tives here Mr and Mrs M 0 Ken nedy attended the burial of a niece at CorbinDuring the recent drouth T W Payno found a remarkably fine spring of water in a deep hollow on his placo One day while the drouth was at its worst he noticed a large rock from which considerable moisture was ooz lug at one particular place Being of an investigating turn of mind and thinking it might be profitable he pro cured a drill and put In tome blasts In drilling tho hole preparatory to making tho final blast tho drill cut through the rock and a great stream of water spurted out Efforts to stop up tho hole were of no avail A stream as large as the drill hole runs all the time and many barrels of water can bo tak en out which does not lower the quantity in tho spring at all It is very much like artesian water in taste has a weak trace of sulphur and Is slightly saline Most of the wells near by are salt water hence it is very probable that this spring is fed by an under ground lake We feel confident that it would supply a good sized town CHURCH MATTERS Three revivals are in progress at Owensboro among the Baptists Meth odists and Episcopalians The congregation of the First Baptist church at Atlanta will hold a moss meeting to urge Dr W W Landram called to the pulpit of the Broadway Baptist church in Louisville to remain in Atlanta Rev W S Willis subject at the Christian church Hustonville Sunday morning next wilt be The Truth Shall Make You Free The evening there will be a sermon to young ladies with something between the lines for the parentsThe members of the Calvary hap tilt church Lexington who withdrew last week on account of tho dissensions over the charges against and resigna tion of the pastor Rev W P Hines have purchased the frame tabernaclo on South Upper street which has been used by the First Methodist church con gregation until their new building was completed Whats that 7 Tho cooks hair burn ed off 7 How did that happen 7 Why Susan the second girl over heard you say she couldnt hold a can dlo to Mary WellWell she tried it The cleverest Imitation of real CoiTeo ever yet mado is Dr Snoops Health Coffee It Is fino In flavorand is made in just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling fade from puro parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store At Montgomery Federal Judge Jones denied tho injunction asked for against tho Carmichael prohibition law The Judge did not pass upon tho constitu tionality of tho act holding that this was a proper question for tho courts of the State Abbott Lawrence Lowell author lawyer and Harvard professor Is to be tho successor of Charles W Eliot oa head of the great Cambridge Univer sity There ought to be a hot time at Hot when Col Beach Hargis gets settle down shere for a stayMaysyule Ledger A OVROORIS AND C In 6rul A- TCOST l I Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY TO OUR FRIENDS t For the favors you have extended we desire to thank you and express 5 our wish for a cordial business rela tion during the year 1909 A HAPPY NEW YEAR OQDQQQQQ W H LOGINS Stanford Kentucky rr tt ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Rangejtojbuyjja full saver a money maker tho best baker A large line of selectjfrom and we will appreciate a call GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford The Interior Journal l Eo C WALTON TilE bill to prohibit the sale of Intoxicating liquor In Tennessee passed r the lower house of the General Assem bly The vote was 62 to 30 The Governor is allowed to hold a bill five days i If at the expiration of this time it has not been returned to the Assembly it becomes a law without his signature Statowiders maintain that the Gover nors action is not material that If ho disapproves it his veto will not be sus tamed Tho bill provides that prohibi tion become effective July 1 1909 A DiLtrto regulate campaign contri butions was introduced tn the Indiana I Senate by Senator Mattingly Corpor ations according to tho bill must if prof scribed manner under penalty of dissolution I Candidates for political office tarenot to be permitted to spend money I for strictly legitimato purposes It also provides that liquor dealers are not to be allowed to make any contri butions of any sort for political purpos es STEPS are being taken to induce the State of Kentucky to donate 10000 to the fund for the relief of the earth quake sufferers in Italy and tho Solic t itation Committeojof the Italian socie I ties in Louisville is exceedingly hopeful that this may be accomplished without delay We doubt however that the donation will be made Money is too r scarce at Frankfort since the republi cans got in power to pay out any that 21 is not compelled to go BENJAMIN F SHIVELY of South Ind was nominated for Senator 1Bend democratic caucus at Indianap olis on the 20th ballot receiving 42 h votes The nominee served in the 50th 51st and 52nd Congress from the South Benddistrict and was tho demo ti cratic nominee for governor in 1896 Hon John W Kern who ran with Bry receivedli THOUGH Acting Governor of Arkan i 1 ass foronly 12 hours Jesse M Martin- I president of the Senate just organized J iseta new record for pardons granting one of which A J Benson of Mis sissippi county was convicted of mur der and given 21 years Martin dis counted Gov Blackburn in the abuse of the pardoning power IN an interview at Frankfort Au ditor Frank P James declared that he believes Gov Willson should call the Legislature into special session to pass an extension of the county unit bill He says that the Republican platform pledges enactment of the measure and the platform promises should be carried out if possible IF the Chicago Dressmakers Club gets its way the obtaining of a mar riage license will no longer be a pleasure I but an ordeal The bridegroom be will be forced to assure the license clerk that he can pay all household bills b and most important of all the dress j makers before he is given the coveted license IN his first message to the Indiana Legislature Gov Thomas R Marshall recommended theabolition of fully one half of the appointive offices Let the Legislature take hold of the suggestion I and act accordingly INSTEAD of a loving cup for Roosevelt t as a present from the Senate and r House it looks now as if he may get a cup overflowing with vitriol and gall If Teddys last days in office are certainly r his worst lr POLITICAL Hon Lilburn Phelps a Jamestown a attorney has announced for the repub j i lican nomination for State Senator Dr Samuel Scott of Somerset was J t declared insane He is 40 years old and a nephew of Senator W 0 Bradley The republican leaders in the Ohio Legislature were defeated in their ef forts to have the Legislature recess to Feb 16- Thirty possums have been received from Judge Frank Park of Worth county for the Taft banquet at Atlan tatonightSenator Tillman has received many r congratulations from South Carolina on his speech replying to the presidents letter to Senator Hale The Illinois Senatn has decided to hold a joint session with the House for the purpose of canvassing the vote at the last State election Taking the Brownsville affair as his text Senator Foraker again paid his respects to President Roosevelt ini lengthy speech in the Senate aI President Roosevelt took a 98mile ride on horseback in 17 hours He said the object of his journey was to prove that his army riding order was correct Gov Augustus E Willson is wanted by President Allen R Foote of the International Tax Association to preside over the convention to be held next SeptemberGeorge C Perkins was reelected h United States Senator from California on the first ballot at Sacramento by a vote of 56 to 22 in the Assembly and 32 to 8 in the Senate 0v0 There Is said to be a breach between Gov Willson and his official family the I latter claiming tho Governor is Ignoring mainIlainSenator Hopkins introduced a bill in creasing to500000000 the amount of bonds that may bo issued by the Gov ernment to raise money for the construction of the Panama Canal Thomas R Marshall was inaugurated Governor of Indiana In his message to the Legislature ho urged integrity competency good service and economy ia the public offices of the State One1 of the newlyelected members of the Oregon Legislature announces his intention of introducing at tho next ses sion a bill making it a crime to shoot any person under the belief that such person is a deer or a canvasback duck As the result of a combination Rob ert Thornbury of Campbellsville was elected messenger to carry Kentuckys electoral vote to Washington George Peters a defeated candidate who se cured Thornburys election will accom plny him After reviewing tho evidence in the contest over the chairmanship of the Calloway County Democratic Commit tee State Central Committeeman W A Berry of Paducah decided in favor of N L Chrisman His opponent was John H Kris A bill to establish a Stato bank guar antee fund was introduced in the In diana Senate Anothbr bill proposes to take the power of appointing police commissioners out of the hands of the Governor and vest it in the Mayors of the severalcities IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Carrie Portwood is dead at Dan villeRobert Lanier aged 21 is dead at Monticello after a long illness S C Barnett is dead of pneumonia- in tho Rush Branch section of Pulaski Judge W H Holt as special judge is holding a special term of the Whitley circuit court J C Robinson brother of T J Rob inson of Hustonville is dangerously ill atLancasterSam was elected president of the Law and Order League recently organized at London The trial of George Gordon charged with the murder of Robert Brewer in Boyle was postponed until the April term of court Simon Wesleys general store at Bethel Ridge was broken into for the third time a few days ago A lot of merchandise was taken Thomas and Samuel Wheat of Boyle were sentenced to 11 years in the peni tentiary They were convicted of mur dering Rolla Davis at a base ball game in Perryville last July Fire destroyed the homo of Miller Bros at the 101 Ranch near Ponca City Okla The threestory mansion known as the White House II containing many valuable heirlooms and furni dire is a total loss The occupants es caped in their night clothes The mortality list of the United States for the year 1908 shows that Columbia is given the lowest number of deaths of any town of 1200 inhabi tants in the entire country There were only 10 deaths in the town and two of these subjects were taken sick away from homeAdair News Capt Charles D Clay of Lexington whose skull was fractured by his falling down a flight of steps at a hotel in Middiesboro was taken to a Lexington hospital on a special train Capt Clay stood the trip very well andit is believ ed that he will recover from his Injuries although ho is still in a very se rious condition Farris Simpson a barber of Nicholas ville who was recently acquittedat Covln ton of the charge of having kill ed Scipio Noble of Breathitt county whose dead body was found near La tonia was fined 10 and costs in the Police Court at Lexington on charges of having defrauded a boarding house and disorderly conduct John Boner of Camp Nelson was se riously hurt by the explosion of dyna mite which he carried in his pocket He was an employe of E J Curley and was returning home when the accident occurred His injuries were of such a serious nature that amputation of his leg was necessary He is 35 years old and has a wife and five children Information was received by telephone this morning from Dunnville Ca sey county that Geo Cundiff a well todofarmer was attracted to his barn during the night by a rumbling noise Taking his shot gun in hand he proceeded to the scene and was fired upon but the party who did the firing took to his heels Cundiff proceeded to his barn and discovered man loading iris wagon from the crib Cundiff took a shot at him and is alleged to have filled George Berrys face with shot Berry was ar rested and his examining trial will take place tomorrow before Magistrate SheltonAdvocate Simple Remedy For La Grippe maydevelopnight are quickly cured by Foleys honey and Tar Tho sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and a dangerous condition is quickly averted New Stanford Drug Co Here and There W W Bain a wellknown business man of Lexington died of tuberculosis E H Jeffares a traveling man from Pittsburg committed suicide at his boardinghouse in Louisville by hang ing I Mrs Lizzie Harbin was shot and killed in Wasrngton by her lover Freder ick Kraemer who then committed But cldo Sam French of Taylorsville was painfully burned about tho head and face by the explosion of a gasoline lampA Hawkins aged four years living at Sebree burned to death while stand ing before an open grate The child was left alone in tho room by her moth erMrs Hester Coulter widow of Gus G Coulter former State Auditor has filed two suits against Judge Charles E Booe seeking to recover the money stolen from the State during Mr Coulters term as Auditor when Judge Booo was claim clerk in the office President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by tho President of The Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We havn used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nlno years It has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach Liver und Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates tho vital organs purifies the blood aids diges tion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin palo woakchlldrcn or rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints Only 60o at Pennys Drugstore NEW BLACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I have opened a blacksmith nnd general repair shop nt old tollgate property on the HtnntonlY1kO near tonville anti ark public pn tromigt PAUlJK8HKHuitoiiTllle Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 f A A M will meet In stated communication on cacti lint and third Mondny ntgbtt of ench month at 730 oclock In their hull on Mnln street Htan fordKy ileinuuri of tutor loUaci lire frn lenllYVValuable Mill And Dwelling For Sale In obedlnco to n Judgment of tbe Lincoln Circuit Court ren tbe upectul De Llpphelretc the commissioner will n- tnboutpanMUnAYJNI juw in front of the mill to be sold In Huitonvllle Ky oiler for iflle at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following prop erty in Huitonvllle Lincoln county FIRST A lot of three ncros containing a twostory frame dwelling house of H rooms S porches 1 balls n well s ell InrRobarnrepnlrTillby the land of ITrlnh Dunn on tho Host tI- the lands of John Ulnwlddle und Mm Brunt Barnett and on the south by main street HECOXD A frame grist mllland elevator machineryinn capacity of Tb barrels the output of which equals In quality and reputation that ofany mill In the Htute The location Is excellent hath for the purchaseof grain iindii market for the mills manufacture The mill lot U bounded on the North by main street on the Kast by the land of A M Pryoon the Houth bythe Adam land and on the West by thelnnd or John Pin wlddlo II nil ccntln about two acres The feregolng being the ane propertyllelcrlbltJ In the judgment Thu object of the sale Is for n settlement or the estate of I M Llpps nnd division of the surplus among his help TJCKMS Tbe salel will be made on n credit of six months The purchasers will be re quired to give bonda with good security for the purchase price bearing 8 per rent In terest tram the date of dale until paid payable to the Commissioner liailugfbH force and effect ore judgment und nlso secured by lien on tho property sold UUFPH A LI1IHHpcclnllotnmis- slonerSheriffs Sale For Taxes MONDAY FEB 809 Being the lit day of the February term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock P M in front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and bent bid der for cash in hand the following liIIor so much as will pay taxes cost andpenalty As fast as payments are made the names will disappearThe set opposite each name includes o per cent penaltyand cost of advertising T J HILL Sheriff STANFORDWHITE Barnett Mrs Elizabeth house and lot 3 15 Bright J Wnr 150 acres 47 75 Colling Mrs Bettie 40 acres 160 Carpenter Doyle and Bettie house and lot for 19078 35 15 Dawesc L 30 acres 3 15 Elliott Bill 25 acres 2 90 Green Thomas F n r 110acres 7 30 Johnson Mrs M D acres 3 95 Leisure Joe 14acr s 4 SO Manuel Thomas 5 acres 19078credit 180 balancet 4 95 Main M 0 n r 50 acres 260 Stephenson Dave 17 acres 9 90 Wheat Mrs Maggie 65 acres 14 55 leaser Dan and John n r I acr- eSTANFORDCOLORED 155 Anderson S D I acre 5 2S Bright Caleb land 3 65 Given Aaron hrs 10 acres I 55 Hayden Tim town lot 4 20 Hocler Iacre 6 25 IJacklOn 3 65 Lillard Edward hrs lot 315 Logan Isaac I acre 6 25 Mulling Wilson 3 acres 3 65 Pleasants Jim Iacre 4 20 Stewart hrs land credit 125 balance 290 Thomas Francis 3 acres 2 10 Wade Davidson Dr 1 acre 1 55 Warren Lou lot 3 15 WAYNESBURGWHITE- Alford N M 23 acres 4 20 Austin Mrs Sarah 75 acres 6 2Q Bastin hrs L M 140 acres 2 50 Baugh Silas 32 acres 5 10 Baugh Isaac 153 acres i 7 05 Boone Nub 3 acres 3 40 Burton James 3 acres 3 15 Bastin JD 125 acres 16 10 Bastin Mary E 144 acres 8 35 Buckley Wm Dr 127 acres 2 65 Collier J Hand R C land 4 50 Delaney Phil Iacre 5 35 Davidson James 60 acres 5 75 Danukk J E 50 acres 4 20 Flint Sam n riott 2 60 Floyd J B 39 acres 47S Gillam Jell r lot 155 Gooch Sam 10 acres 2 90 Haggard W G 65 acres 5 50 Heagley Geo A n r 166 acres 2 85 Heath Thomas n r 55 urea 3 90 Hielt B D 151 acres 10 95 Kearney Jai 8 acres 3 65 Lanham Sallie hrs 83 acres 5 20 Leach GeoW Jr n t 40 acres 23S McDonald M C hrs lot 3 15 McKenzie Mack n r lot 4 75 Meredith James 153 acres credit 170 balance 7 25 Moore D M 20 acres 3 65 Osbome James 100 acres 5 15 Padgett R D town lot 5 75 Pitman W R I 34 urn 4 75 Reynolds W P 33 acresf75 Riley Mrs Alta 109 acres 3 90 Robinson Wm 13 acres 3 80 Rutherford John 80 aciu 8 85 Sims J W 25 acres 3 40 Singleton A K 172 acres 8 50 Somonu Charles n t 177 acres 9 35 Smith Eva 200 acres 4 15 Stall Belle 5 1 acres 210 Upthegrove hrs 75 acres 2 60 White T Wn s 75 acres 190 Wither JB ISO acres 5 15 Yocum Eliza 20 acres 6 80 Young Sallie 34 acre 19078 190 Young Mrs P A 15 acres 2 40 Young W A I acre 2 90 HUSTONVILLEWHITEA- ustin Ed 5 acres 475 Baler G C town lot 315 Bastin Henry hrs 5 sues 155 Carson Joe 14 acres 4 90 Cats ell John n r 14 acres 4 IS Collier G Cn r 2 sacs 155 Curtis Allen 33 aces 4 95 Clark Thomas 50 acres 2 10 Delk Silas 32 acres 3 15 Davidson S N hrs town lot 3 35 Dye James 9 acres credit 150 160 Egbert Frank 25 sacs 4 10 Elliott S G n r 28 acres 14 55 Elliott Lou n r 8 acres 2 60 Estcs Eliza 4 acres 2 10 Estes Bettie 19 acre 2 10 Evans Eliza n r 20 acres 3 60 Fletcher J F 12acre 3 65 Hughes Claude town lot 6 30 McGinnii Arthur town lot 6 80 Napier J R hrs 83 acres 35 SO Nuener Ed lot 315 Peyton Mary T lot 6 20 Richards G A 28 can 4 20 Robinson James lot 3 15 Shoen Henry 30 acres 3 15 Schwab Albert 38 acres 5 80 Spaw Ellen n r Iacre I 55 Waggoner Thomas 150 acres 410 Wall Walter 10 acies credit 250 balance 2 10 Walls W H 10 acres 4 00 Wikhq Ceo 25 acres 2 90 Wright Susan R lot 360 Wright Ceo lot 3 15 Yates Idcllot I 55 Yocum A A and W C 60 acres IB 10 Yocum Amelia 10 acres 3 15 HUSTONVILLECOLORED Bailey Thomas 12acre 3 65 BarGeld Will 5 acres 475 Compton Ed lot 3 15 Cooper Richard lot 3 65 Givens Ellen 2 lots 2 60 jilliipie Green lot 3 15 Goode Ed lot 365 Hall Cal lot 2 60 locker Mack 14 acre 5 80 McCormick Geo Jr lot 315 Meadow Jake acres 4 75 Powell Will lot 6 85 Ross Henry n r 12 acre 215 Singleton Henry lotv 3 65 Smith Patsy lot I 55 Smith John Jr lot 3 15 Welch James lot 315 CRAB ORCHARD WHITE Bobbie F F 59 acres 8 50 Fani Mrs Emma lot 4 15 Suerf J W 175 acres 36 90 rliatr A M n r 197 acres 18 95 Hutch son James n r 92 acres 1140- Krueger Fred n r 64 acres 3 90 vlarcum Mrs Amelia 100 acres 9 40 Reese Jennje 10 acres 2 10 jiler Elder 125 acres y 8 85 Todd H 22 acres 5 20- CRABIORCHARDCOLORED Butcher Silva I2acre 130 Butcher Mary lot I 55 Pollings Geo2acres credit 65c bal 2 05 3ueit lot 2 10 Hayes Willardi acre 2 90 lumber Erne 12 acreI 30 ennington Geo 9 acres 3 65 Slaughter Mattie lot 130 T J HILL Sheriff I r LUGKY I FOB YOU We have about 50 MENS SUITS only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE rather than style can not afford to miss They are not damaged not shelf worn a few of them are 01 a little soiled Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than 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 and made 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 H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKYII New Ledgers Journals And Cash Books j In Great Variety of Styles and Prices 0 In Fact CompleteI Line I Generally PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Cincoln 0Ninty national dank Of kYICapital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENTW M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER I H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER f DlREOTORSI J B Owslev Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John 13 Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Han kin TraylorGilbertsH Cuminii Preacherevillo Lilburn Gooh Gilberts Creek Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs Hides Furs tin i Hens 9 to 9 l2c Roosters 4 to 412c- Chickens 9 to lOc Ducks 6 to 9c Geese 6 to 6 I2c Turkeys 10 to 12c HaB NOfcTHCQTT Stanford Ky I l4 nI As Long As Present Stock Lasts Long Cloth 08c Bolt 36iuch Soft Nainsook checked for Underwear 12 c yard Special Values In Bleach Cottons at Gc 9c and lOc yard OO inch Lineno Sheeting at 25c 40inch Unbleached Sheeting at 8Jc All Calicoes at Gc SEVERANCE SONS STANFORD The Interior Journal J BTANFOUD KY JaN16 190D NEW assortment of local view poIt cards at Pennys Drug Store t SOME very special bargains In Dox Paper but the Is Ask to see them Penny a Drug Store MRS J M PniLLirs is up afterqut an illness HUUEUT CAnrENTEH U confined to hla home by illness Miss MARY McRonEKTS was in Cln clnnati this week MR P W Winrp is visiting the homcfolka at Liberty MRS W II SHANKS spent saver days with her parents in Madison Ray ED HUBRARD end Russell Drown were in Louisville this week Miss SARA DAUGIIMAN la visiting her relatives Mesdames Husk at Owen boro TilE aged Mr n L White is dangerously ill at his home in the Hubb I section J MR W E PERKINS one of Crab Oi chards wtdoawako merchants wi hero yesterday Ho told us that his son Morris M Perkins had been quite sick MR JUNE H REID of Hustonvlll r I will succeed Mr W K Shugars In the New Stanford Drug Store This will bo good news to Mr Reids IcRion 01 friends here Mil DAVID D RAMIIO who has live at Drodhead for several years has returned to his farm near May wood It- I I is monstrous hard for an old LIncol I county man to remain away from Llr coInMns ANNA D VAN ARSDAU who I Is visiting Nashville relatives fell nnd was severely hurt some time ago Ware glad to know that she is rapidly convalescing and Will soon bo able to come home MR W K SHUCARS wife and bright little son W K Jr will leave in a few days for Winchester to mako that thriving city their borne It Is wit sincere regret that our people give up this splendid family t L SIi French cleaned Cook 6 1CtoTIIES over Tom Pences stor for rent W A Tribblo ISEEour new horso collar the best ono I on market Ceo II Farris havo on hand all kinds of fresh IWe See us Wilkinson Lutes line of spectacles Eyes tested free at the New Stanford Drug Cos f store A NEW stock of Oliver plows plow gear etc on hands Come and an9 us W II Higgins THE stockholders the Coun ty Fair Association are requested to moot In the directors room of tho First National Dank at 1 oclock next Friday Jan 22 aNOTiCEAll those having claims against the estate of John F Cash do ceased will please present them to mi at the First National Dank Stanford properly proven and verified by Jan 151909 II C Daughman admlnlstra tor t MR T WALT formerly of this place but now a rooter for Atlanta writes from Tampa Fla where ha and his wife nro spending the Winter that tho weather there is perfect Tho skies are bright and if any objection could be urged against the weather it Is that the mercury is a little too high ho writes Tim men In and around Danville would mako little or no effort to break up the blind tiger business there and women 25 strong have taken up the matter determined to oust the viola tore Stanford women might profit by doing likewise their husbands fathers and brothers being too busy with other business to take a hand in tho matter TilE Lincoln County National Dank selected its old board of directors with tho exception of Mr Thomas C Rankin who was chosen to fill the vacancy caus ed by tho death of Mr John F Cash The First National Dank elected H C Daughman a director in the place of Mr S H Daughman who resigned and Dr W D ODannon in the placo of Col T P Hill deceased USE Chattanooga plows for good 1909 crops Geo II Farris AT a meeting of tho Stanford Water Light Ico Co a dividend of two percent was declared FOR RENTTho Warne storehouse on East Main Street Apply at onco to W K Warner FOR SALEA completeset of good broom machinery Very cheap if sold at once S P Gray Stanford Ky WATCH during this year the standing advertisement of H D Northcott tho produce man It will be time well spent I AN examinations for graduation In the common school branches will bo held at tho court house Jan 29 and 30 G Singleton Supt STRAYED from W T Wests prem- Ises in Lancaster a red cow with white spots on aides dehorned Re ward for Information SHERIFF T J HILL begins a serial story this issuo which while not at aU t readable will interest a good man Lincoln county people nevertheless I HAVE bought Al Wallace Interest In the livery firm of Dcazlcy Wal iaco and also tho books Those owini tho firm will plcuso call and settle with me U G Dcszlcy UNLESS you payme laundry when It Is delivered to you I will haw to decline having the work dono for you Laundry Is cash and I will credit no one for it Ed Wilkinson ROD CRTtom house Lairs bloodhounds trailed while an effort wa being made to locate tho person who had robbed Silas Wesleys store In Ca soy proved an alibi and was honorably discharged Nobody believed Acy was guilty WE unintentionally omitted mention of tho entertainment given by tho pu pils of tho Graded Schol In tho School auditorium Saturday afternoon AnTn teresting program was splendidly ren dered all of those who took part acquitting themselves most creditably since our last issuo has been pretty bad thank you A snow fell Monday night Tuesday we had all sorts of weather Wednesday it snowed rained hailed and sleeted and yester day was dark damp and gloomy We are paying with compound interest for the beautiful weather of last Fall and early winter AT meeting of the stockholders of tho Crnb Orchard Ranking Co held Tuesday the following officers were reelected for tho ensuing year J H Collier president W E Perkins vice president J 0 Dailcy cashier The directory remains thd same with the exception of J S Droughton who is succeeded by Dr M M Phillips HUNNpMary Louise Hunn the oright aid little daughter of Mr andMra A M Hunn died Tues day moving after a brief Illness of tu- bercularlmenlnlltls Tho burial occur red In uffalo Cemetery Wednesday morning latter services at tho home at 1030 oclock by Dr William Shelton and Mr C McClary Much sympa thy is felt for the family in their irreparable lose bOLOHJCnAiO colored was tried on three charges of selling cocaine Tues day aftowioon and was acquitted A majorityjverdict was agreed to and on ly one of the six jurors thought Solon guilty However the impression pro butlnotn government license to sell whisky is Riving tha officers and people a good deal of trouble and it was generally hoped that ho would bo mulcted to the tune of a hundred or so THREE weeks from to morrow tho lemocratic primary will bo pulled off Lot candidates and voters keep cool heads and say and do nothing they will bo ashamed of when the smoko of the political battlo has cleared away Keep in mind that tho men nominated on Feb G will be tho standard bearers of democracy on Nov 2 and remember M of the time that crow is an exceed- Ingly unpalatable dish Think twico before youfspeak and vote for tho best and cleanest man and democrat Malta tho ticket BO good and strong that the republicans wont dare make an effort to defeat Jt IL 1 UNTIL FEBY 1ST We willofler any Cloak or Fur in our house at ONE TIIIRD off the price The lino crahruces some swell styles in Ladies Castor Coato Rain Coats Mufltand Neck Pieces You can afford to looka season ahead at these MoneySaving Pric- esChildrens Coats 12 and 13 Off the I 1 PERSONALS Tiispveather Price FOlt SALESix thoroughbred Dlac Berkshire ehoats weight about 00 pounds Geo D Hopper Jr WE have secured the agency for th celebrated South Bend Chilled and Bel knap Chilled Plows Inspect their qual Ity and get our prices before you buy Geo D Hopper TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Miss Alic Dcazlcy at 230 oclock Saturday after noon A full attendance is desired ns officers are to be elected and other im portant work must bo done THE supervisors will bo in session Wednesday 20th to hear complaint from thoso people in tho Stanford dis trict who havo been raised On Thurs day complaints will be heard from those residing in tho Crab Orchard district DR W N CRAIG moved his family back to Stanford last Sunday night He will remain In MIddlcsboro for the present The probabilities are that the family will return to this city sometime during the year to take up their permanent residence if he can get a suita ble houso for them Mlddleaboro Rec ord SEEMS to us thatCouncilman James R Deazley ought to resign lIe has not attended a council meeting for some six or eight months and has not been In the State since September He of course has not been ablo to do the work elected to do and consequently has been of no service on tho board If he does not intend to return soon we suggest that ho write or telegraph his resigna tion A city of Stanfords class is en titled to six countllmen and why cant sho have six 7 The past year has been a busy one with our city dads and Coun cilman Bcazloy has been needed Wear confident ho has just overlooked the matter of resigning and that this hint to the wise will bo sufficient to put him to thinking MATRIMONIAL Henry E Goode and Miss Amelia J Withington both of Casey county were married In Jcfforsonvillo Minnie Rogers tho divorced wife ofI Al Stewart has sued John Drown one of tho wealthiest farmers of Jessamine county for 30000 for alleged breach of promise eke W Tutlle a prominent and clever young farmer of the Turnersvllle section and Miss Clara II Tabler a pretty and popular young lady of McKinney were married at Moreland yes terday The bride is a daughter of Mrs M V Moore and is an excellent young woman- David Harris and Miss Dyrdio Ander son both of the East End were made ono Wednesday by Eld J G Livings ton at his home The bride is the beau tiful and charming daughter of J L Anderson and is organist at Mt Olive church Tho groom is a clever and Industrious young farmer Ernest L Woods n wealthy farmer and banker of the Paint Lick section of Garrard and Miss Panthea Royston tho handsome and popular daughter of Mr William Royston also of that coun ty were married at tho brides home this week The bride is a relative of the Misses Paxton of this place and is a charming young woman It is probable that another nightri- der trial will begin Monday at Union pity Tenn Dy a strict party vote Weldon D lIeyburn was reelected United States Senator from Idaho Dills establishing cock fighting and a rational lottery will bo among the first measures introduced in the Cuban Con tressAn appropriation of 161018000 for pensions was agreed on by the Commit teo on Appropriations in tho drafting of the annual pension appropriation bill Tho Georgetown Newscontains a audatory editorial suggesting Col John R Allen of Lexington as tho next Democratic candidate for Gover 9or Dont drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are rylng out for help Vitalizo those rcrjk Inside controlling nerves with- IDr Snoops Restorative and sco how ulckly good health wm come to you gain Test it and see I Sold bjr Pen lys DrugStore r LY 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 u The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Htrcet Stanford Kontucky e For Treatment of DlnenM of the Eye Nose Throat Knr lenltoUrlniiry Rectal Or guns Nervous Hltelu and Burgery Fruit and Ornamental Treesr p Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents Free Catalogue HF HILLENMEYER 1St SON- SLexington Ky Executrix Notice I All pcrioni having claims ngnlnut the es tate of Murk llartlln deceaied are requested to pretunl them to tho undersigned vcrl lied uccordlng to law Claimants will re mumuvrthiit It their claims are open ac counts they must IM proved by tbO oaths of sumo other person In addition to the oath of claimant All per ons who nro Indebted to the estate are requested to their Indebtedness to tue undersigned and thusiivolil the costs of u suit HKBHIKM1IAHUIN executrix Mark llardln lee- tLCONCRETING Wo are In position tQ do nil kinds of con feting sucii Work Pavements IInd11I fact we can make any from n- IOUIO down ton fence lost We can serve you promptly and unrnnten llratclnvs cork and material Dull and get our prIces before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Notice to Contractors Htanford Ky Jftli 6 1809 the Fiscal Court Df Lincoln county Ky Invite sealed pro louls for the erection and completion of it low county court house on quart In the city of Htanford agreeable to Inns and specifications prepared by Archl llIlIlnglonUllJnuIsets and with theCounty OInk nt Stanford Yach Contractor will tile with his bid n ertlfled check made payable to J H Ows ley County Judge for tMUu us evidence of good faith on blnutllld If his bid Is ac eptedthnt Into contract at flee and give an ncceltllblu guarantee coin mnyi bond payable to the county for CO ier cent of tho contract price for tho faith lul performance of the contract The con ractor will be paid Itl per cent as the work rogressosretaining M per cent until final ompletlon Ad bids to be sealed and filed with tho JoebruBrylOthlIJThe Fiscal Court reserves the right to re act pay or alt bids J OWHliKY Tit County Judge OKOIUU llOOOlKIi Clerk To the City Council of Stan ford Ky I L n Hughe would submit the follow- Ing us my report for tho year ending Dec 11WW vest HFCKIITH nut on hand JlIIIl111 4 321 4- 1lecelved from tines Sit t1- 4lecclved Irons licenses 452 00 leeched from taxes 8lftl 89- lecclved groin Portmnn pavement 80 IU lecelved from Grab Orchard for 2 Bo lecolved front telephone franchise S3 00 lecelved from 100 K pavement u 12 locelveil from Mrs Kirby error In rock 24 oo lecclved from 4 tnt opera house Cuo oo J8OlH Ift KXFKXniTUHKS Paid for salaries 11031 M 1lIld for no per cent of lines IH1 82 Inlll for street work lU16 so Iliid for sprinkling streets tf W Iliid for repairing 1lUmrU W lald for wilier anll 00 aid for assessor blanks 12 W old for water and lights 34 3 HI lald for Interest on water and lights lid ss 111111 for recording deed 19 16 bid for carpenter work a 60 Iliid for lumber 31 m 1lIld for extra police 41 CO lnll1 for supervising bldg pavements i II 00 Inld for furniture 44 00 bid for printing U no lulll for pauper 11 5- Ialll for extending plpo to Oash1 W 67 111111 for surveying for pavements 113 25 Ilild for error Klkln tax list 10 W IlIhl for Ileynolds fence water street 34 H 1lIld for painting city hall U to Iald for hoto 18 HI Inlll for Curouterhoueolro 7 CO 111111 for Hnlllo Clay damages 18 tw Iliid for HallleOlayH doctors bill 3 HO 1lIld for miscellaneous accounts 2U7- 1llalnncu In treasury l4t0isi 4106110 A8HKTH1 Jlro Jljono- Ity hall buildingIb 00 Uluh on hand UJ uo from I t N It It Co 2 years estimated MO 5 fl845 S3 IIAIIIMTIKS- uo B W Ito leo Co X year rent 1701 III- lIue marshal December salary ui Ice Uuo for outstanding warrant 176- lIuo for Jailer for 1W8 414 10- lIuo for inarHhal luilanco collecting 2IS W- Net amt over and above liabilities 1324 21 Respectfully Bubmltted P845 aiI Ii nHUOUKS Clerk r JLace Values Special value linen laces inch to 2 inch nt 5c Special value linen laces to winch at 7c Cotton cluney laces and insertion ut 7c Special value Hamburg and Insertion 5c yard Special value Hamburg in Baby Sets lOc yard New Patterns in Val Laces Linens HandMade Cluney Etc KY Embroidery and Lace Opening for Season of J909 The opening of this season means with us no change of meth ode except in the line of betterment better facilities means better service For many years this store has been noted for its Laces and Embroideries This season will be different only in the extra effort put forth to make it the most successful in our long career Hamburg insertions and edges to match all new patterns per yard lOc and up to 50o Corset cover em broidery 18 inches wide on Nainsook and Swiss per yard 60c and up to 81 Baby sets a largo assortment of these popular 1 edges and insertions all beautiful patterns in match sets per yard 10 to 20c All overs in Swiss and Nainsook every one I new and handsome in design much in vogue this season perdyard 50o to 8300 To close we offer 50 patterns of cotton 4 torschon laces and insertions to match 1 to 5 inches wide 10 and 124c values our price 5c Call and see us 1 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Full Stock of Oliverf Chilled PLOWS I and Repairs I c 1 we E Perkins CrabOrchard 1 Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up j5 to Date Goods y Charles Wheeler Emporium B9 a HUSTONVILLE KY I A BIG COMBINATION SALE NIMOF HighClass Stallions and Jacks Will be held at HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY ON February 10 and II 1909 Write for Entry Blanks ustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KY Sig Sale of Business Horses Will be Held March 24 and 25 s- Pt 4 0 i fI j I = The Interior Journal Eitfrtt toacaStarfordc tteondclatt matter L C N TIMETABLE 1Nol1Mouth 11 M P H No SJ Houtli nM r M Nolt North 440 A M No rr North CiT r M 1 NoT 1017 A M r NoSJC5r M l JOS S RICE Agent f The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or form of skin or scalp dis i easecanfindrelicfandbepermanentcly t external use All r PENNYS DRUG STORE I A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in titheOwsley Building 1t1 IIInsurer Tobacco and Tobacco Barns 1 Nothing But Insurance IJesse D Wearen I The Insurance Man Hl STANFORD KY Residence Phone 3d Office M Insure with me and be fully i iAdorinas Fox c Is n handsome largo young Jersey Bull do i Boended from a and unbroken line of j the most noted bulls and cow on the Is land of Jersey England and America 1IU f Blrelsonoof the belt bulls ever Imported and his dom le n bow cow thM gIven M eSMere Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a strictly good cowyou should avail yourself of bis ser IfVice He will be allowed to servo a Malted of approved registered cows out tide of our own herd this year for n fee of mllngIf At McKinney Ky L You can find our Htnmlnnl Remedy the Ac crea test blool and liver medlclneyet known t Incase of Rheumatism Malt Ilbeum Kid f ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equnl It Is menuP factured under the pure food act of Juno wi lies and guaranteed the manufacturer II the ltomedy le taken neconling to dlrectlolll nnd If ho or she Is not bonetlted by the nil moneyRecontains 3 doss with a registered gunrnn too and mulling card with full Instructions NVetuiul it to any address by mall on re eelpt of SI per package or six packages fo t3 Better order n box today If tnken Ii tlmuyoit might sate a big doctors bill llemembvr you take the Humedy accord ing to Instructions und tire not benefited you get your dollar back You will no t find remedy in drug stores for sale JI Si fold only bv our dul authorized agents- ItklUEN i WILLIAMS Agent rWecur andIWoole FesthenTdlowBeswax Ginseng ColJcnSelYcDowRoctMy Applet Wad Ginger etc W ue dealers ulEJJ ill B56Ortr half a centor in tlaalay Beak ia LouimDr Write for wctUy peaheladdipriegas 1ft M Sabel Sons f 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY r J L BeazleyCo Embalmniture Matting Ruge They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds oi Stock Giver Them a Call Prices Right tJ STANFORD KENTUCKY l J C McClary I Undortaker Embalmer and itDoater In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OfllM Fhoni 157 Home Phone U CALLI primary election for Lincoln county to nominate candidates Tor county olllccs 1st A primary election Is hereby called to be hold in the several voting precincts of Lincoln county on Satur day February 6th 1909 between 6 A M and 4 p M for the purpose of nom Inating democratic candidates for the offices of county judge county attorney county clerk sheriff jailer rep resentative assessor school superintendent magistrates of the several magisterial districts constables coro ner and surveyor 2nd All democrats who are legal voters of Lincoln county or who will be legal voters on the 2nd day of November 1909 are entitled to vote In their respective precincts and are requested to do so 3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots to bo used in said primary election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of the committee the sum hereby fixed as the entrance foe in the race for the office for which he is a candidate said sum so realized to be used in defraying the expenses of the primary At the same time the candi date shall give written notice to the chairman that he desires to be a candi date and namo tho office he seeks The entrance fee of candidates shall be as follows For sheriff l0 for county judge 10 for county at torney 10 for county clerk 10 for jailer 15 for assessor 10 for representative 10 for school superintendent 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 all voting precincts The chairman of the commit tee is directed to cause to be printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballots and all supplies necessary to the legal conduct of the election 5th The democratic county commit tee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct who shall be selected from lists furnished by all can dldates who desire to submit lists The officers shall be as nearly divided as possible as to judges clerks and sher fits among the various candidates The officers of the primary shall as soon as the polls are closed which shall be done at 4 P M proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each and every candi date for office and after counting same r they will place all ballots voted in th- ballot boxes furnished by the commit tee sealing up the boxes as required by law and within two days thereafter the sheriffs and judges of election will- r deposit the boxes with the chairman IC 1the county committee at the courthouse in Stanford The officers of the t election in each precinct will make and sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and ev ery candidate for office in the precinct and place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in the ballot boxes 6th The returns are to be made to the chairman of the county committee and should he be absent from the coun ty then to the secretary of the com mittee at the court house within two days after the election On the next day after the election the county com mittee shall meet and canvass the returns of the election and make certificate thereof 7th The secretary of the committee is directed to give notice of this election as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn- J B BAILEY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE7oo shocks of fodder W W Warren John B Foster sold to W C Floyd five yearling mules for 557 50 E R and J Young sold in Harrodc burg 200 cattle at 3 and 41 cents AdalrNews FOR SALEDuroc Jersey sow with seven pigs four months old J C Bai ley Crab Orchard Ky R A Williams has sold his 120acro farm near Salvlsa Mercer county to a Lexington party at 75 FOR SALE33 coming two year old mules Good ones J C Robinson Danville Ky Both phones 4t Manager Ed Weitzel of the Capital Hotel Frankfort owns a sow that has recently given birth to 23 pigs Thomas E Kenney sold his IGOacre farm near Midway to Thomas E Keene of Springfield for 20000 Two carloads of horses collected for shipment to Texas were burned at a fire in a livery barn in Colorado City ColGen John B Castleman has sold the Clifton stock farm near Shakertown in Mercer county to S P Nell of Jessa mine county who owns land adjoining Buyers are searching Kentucky for 150 black horses to be used by the fa mous cavalry troops of Cleveland 0 which will act as escort to President Taft in the inaugural parade Sarah F Carter of Versailles has purchased from John Thompson and L Kinkton the Pinkerton Farm of 108 acres two miles west of Versailles The price was over 130 per acre Stockmen of Southern Kentucky are claiming an advance In prices for mules I and also say that the demand grows stronger aa the season opens Many farmers have quite a number of mules on hand having refused the prices of fered them Brave Fire Laddies oulIand forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is instant 25o at Pennys Drug Store n She behaves in such a silly way over her fiance the Count She always calls him dear in public Oh its just a bluff As a matter of fact he was comparatively cheap only cost her father a paltry million 4 A tickling or dry cough elm tJe quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No oplumno chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store WUMCARTY Ii a cnmlldnto for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot too democratic party M S BAUGHMAN- It a candidate for Bberlff of Lincoln county to the action or tho democraticsubject JOHN J MOSER countInbjectparty JAMES Co HAYS i countabjectparry DINK FARMER li a candidate for the Democratic nomination for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county subject to the action ot tho JJomocnill party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ir subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Li a candidate for Assassor of Lincoln coun tTlubJect to the action of the kd6niocrfttl party J A DllODERAR- It a candidate forlasjessorof Lincoln Coun ty subject to thvucllou democratl party W D WALLIN candidate for Assessor of Lincoln com duutocrutleSMOWENS Is a candidate for Assessor Lincoln coon ty subject to tho action ofthe Uemocrotl party I W S BURCH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the action of the Democratic party M F NORTH Is n candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the nctlonjof tb0 Democratic party T jr MILL JR Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the action of the bumocrntlo party M C 8AUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge the actionlath Judicial district subject to of tho Democratic party JOHN SAMOWSLEY JR Is n candidate for circuit judge of this the lath dltrlctpubJect to thu action 01 the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Com ihonwealths Attorney of this tho 13th JU- dicial dhtrlct subject to the action of thu democratic party JOHN C PEPPLE8 Is n candidate for action ot Lincoln coun ty subject to the of tho democratic party W W WHITE- Is a candidate for Assessorof Lincoln conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES P BAILEY- Is n candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to tho action of the Democratic party W H SHANKS- Is n candidate for renoiulimtlon for Ilepre entolvu of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON incandidate for Htipcrftittmdent Iubll chools of Lincoln county tJ the action of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM Ian candidate for circuit clerk of Llncnl county subject to the action of tie Demo erotic party J D SWOPE Is n candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln nunty subject to the action of limo Demo ratio party LESLIE ANDERSON Is n candidate fur circuit clerk of Llncol county subject to tho action of the Demo erotic party AR WALLACE Is a candidate for Coroner of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tho Democrat primary Feb 0 ittlP- ZORA P SMITH I Is acnndlduto for magistrate In the IlUiton vllle district subject to the action of the Democratic party W M DUDDERAR Is H candidate tar magistrate of tho IIus tonvlllu dlitrlctKUbJcct to tho net Ion ol the Dumocratlo party JK HELM SR so candidate for magistrate In the line onvllle district subject to the action of the Democratic party TAMES McKECHNIE Is n candidate for Magistrate In Htnnford Mstrlct subject to the notion of the Demo ratio party FOR SALE I Mhorso power trailer and engine and sawmill for sale Will sell either or both OHAS KNssMtOttonheliiiKy Iutomcor Wnrncbur Kr MEAL EXCHANGE I am at all times prepared to n hnngo melll for corn My mill will run OCI 1turday Dick linker Miller J n OnKRURON Crab Orchid Ky B O CARTERj Now Livery Depot Street Phone 90 5TANFOADKENTUCKY Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acreof good blue grass land lylns one mile North of McKlnneyon the Htnnford pike Improvement and fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 125 here of timbered land one mile Knit of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and Good tobacco land Hue grow ngcrop JACHVKNHAKont McKinnvy Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my dock of Oro cedes and Hardware Uolnlf n good bUll ness Will Invoice WOO Reason111 healthJKO nHOPIKIlHtanford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fob external use Stop itching instantly and destroy the germs that cause skin I diseases Eczema ouickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sam pIe E W Rose Med Co LoulslMo i Pennys Drug Store When Ordering ClothesH- ave your measure taken by a tailor of experience Then your clothes whetheralow price suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly indicate they wore made to your measure I will also take your meas ore for extra trousers fancy vests top coal and overcoats Kali and Winter sam plea on hand ready for your Inspection UO IIUILEY The Tai tor Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I As admlnlltrator of theestate of James 3Iehln 111011Tn 11110 At bis residence near Ottenhelm sale pUhllll 11111 wilt sell to tics hllllllt8- 1I bidder time following dtlltrllltCJ1enollnlproperty towlt One icorn lai hales of nay Sot of fodder JUO pounds of tobacco ale hoard buckboard and harness plows and harrow OrO feet of lumber nnd n lot of household and kitchen furniture The above property will be sold on three months time nnd tho purchaser will lie rt quired to execute bon per tonal security for the purchase of the aliove ropertysaid Ixjiuls to bear legnl In terest mill date of oxecutlon TJ HILL Hit- AUmlnlltrator Safeguard the Future 1 gunNorstiosurest anti IA a alloy In lunte sato The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage moist liberality of its policy contracts fair dealing with IU members and large return to policy holders The company is jut entering tho SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other coinnanlc combined Write for lI1or1rledJames I Whltu Hollcltor for Itockcastlo Go Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of tlio leading companies of tho world represented Uompeto rates with all tho companies of the world Loes pay Ing record unsurpassed Novnr had a law suit In tho history of this agency Losins promptly paid nnd without discount No waiting i days for your money Before In surlag call on MAHONY O 1 ANKIN The luauranco Men of Sta- nfordPAIN Pain In the head 61n anywhere hate its arise rain llcongesUon pmhnlablood pressure nothlnc else usually At least to sari Dr Shoop and to Thattabletaliedcoaxes blood pressure away from pain centers Irefsetlcharming pleashm IydenrbtfulGently- though safely It surely equalthe blood ctrcu latlon If iou have a headache its blood pressure 11 WI painful periods with women same atmIf you are sleepiest ratios nervcus its blood- congestionblond pmnuirR That surely is D cenalotJlfor Dr Bhoops Headache Tablets stop And the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure Drupe our finger and doesnt It ret red and swell and pain tout 01 course it does Its con u palmlaiWuol1 as 26 tents and choerfu117 reoommeDd I Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE I G1eaiallce Sahel All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 811 48 815 Coat now n 48 812 GO Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now G 08 820 Suit now 81 18 817 CO Suit now 12 18 815 Suit now 0 98 812 50 Suits now 808 810 Suit now J a8- 8i 50 Suit now 4 US 85 Suit now a 48 Harris Asst WW ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now 80 48 812 50 Coat now 18 810 Coat now 1 005 87 CO Coat now 4 08 35 Coat now 3 48 Green hats from 81 CO to 83 50 Stet lists 83 CO to 86 00 lint Bands 25c to SOc Tlio nicest line of neck wear new and neat 25o to COc Collars IDc 2 fur 2Co Mens and Boys AllWool Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice Our high Top Shoes consist of many different h styles and prices ranging from 350 to 400 350 Shoe now 298 400 Shoe now 348 We honestly believe that when it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of durability we have the best that a manufac turer can turn out of a leather hide Mens Felt Boots liens and Womens Rubbers All Reduced Accordingly Mens and Womens Sanitary Heavy Fleeced Lined Under wear Best QuaI tyITHIRTYNINE CENTS r +414+tN4tftN tt+++ The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented Call around early while you can get your size Also a nice lino of Dry Goods and Notions Call around we will take pleasure in showing you any ti- meSAM1RBINSON STANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank 4 flirsE 9laiona tank rSanfordp y Orsantxtt 882 Capital Stock tSQ 000 Surpluipndllnciiviffect iProfilt r9000 I Jifas paid in Diuidon S rime Organization 27 500 I tfnvilo 9atv Accounts on Our 77ariti OFFICERS I S Mocker President- S T VicePreslJent John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Cashr Saunders Bookkeeper 8 J n Fancy DIRECTORS i F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettui S H Baughman J P Cummins S T Harris Jnp C Robinson T P mil J S Hocker- O E Tate If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill- ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRobertsDRUaals