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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 15, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909011501_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 15, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r psji n. w1'"'1; wv r" " .f The Interiop Journal, yol. XXXVI. QTTENHEIM. run-nin- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1909. NO. 90. e KINOSVILLE. NEWS NOTES. Mrs. M. C. Tobb, of Hardin county, was perhap3 fatally burned whllo popping corn. Mrs, Dora Lisle Prultt, aged 18, wifo of Marshall Prultt, and a brido of only n month, is dead at Winchester. Mrs. John T. WaUon, of Christian county, was brutally nssaultcd by a Negro who was caught and hurried to Henderson, As the result of another explosion nt tho Lick llranch mine, nt Switch flack, W. Vn., between 50 and 100 miners were killed. Spencer, Mooro & Company, one of the oldest and best known grain firms at tho head of tho lakes, made an at Duluth. As n rciult 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 nrrest-e- d on account of tho trouble at Stearns on Christmas day, has broken out with small-poin tho Newport jail. Sunday an Owensboro paper had a furtive nrticlo on tho vast amount of gold used by local dentists, nnd that night five dental offices were visited by x PREACHERSVILE. The Haptlst brethren, nt their busi-ncmeeting Saturday, called Rev. Pierce Bryant for tho ensuing year. Ho filled the position of pastor nt this ss Ollle Webb Is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. T. Whlto has his storo up In order and is In shapo to accommo- Clarence Dunn, at this place. Rev. Ogle, of Livingston, will preach date his customers again. has brought his boiler at I'lcns.int Point Saturday night, SunWm. Anderson and cnglno homo and will ho ready to day and Sunday night IM Carey Is runntng the railroad pump grind again for his customers on every while W. F. Lnnu is recovering from Joo Lawson will start for Iledford, Injuries received there. W. I) Dye is able to bo out again. Ind., this week with tho Intention of public works there. Manford Chlvolelto and wlfo nro visitworking on tho rcla-tlving friends nt this place. Mrs. S. M. Chandler Is visiting at Kirksvlllo. Mrs. Garland James G Singleton filled an appointment nt oyer two Pleasant Point Sunday. His sermon is quito sick and has been for was cnjjyrd by all who hoard It. weeks. Claude Camden, who shot Cam Gooch, Hros. nro running their shop Boone held In full blast at this place. August Abt had his cxitnining trail and was Is talking of putting up a blacksmith over for circuit court under $500 liond. Wallace Waller is acting as supervi shop. This will glvo our littlo place two stores, two blacksmith shops, two sor. Airs. Wallace waiter anil niosicr saw mills, two grist mills and threo Joseph It. aro visiting friends at Stan parsonaRes with all tho Rood people ford and I.anaster this week. Virgil Hogue has moved from Cumthat heart could wish for. berland Palls to this place It seems needless for a man to movo away from Don't GetJA Divorce. A western judgo grunted a dlvorco King's Mountain expecting to stay. and had Oar school is in progress with as on account of breath. Dr. King's Now Life Pills many pupils as thero is room for, rewould havo prevented It. They euro gardless of muddy roads and bad weathConstipation, causltiR bad breath and er. A number of outside pupila are dlspct coming. Liver Trouble tho conquer Candidates to ridicule, candidates to colds, banish praise, chills. Vi at Penny's Drug Storo. Candidates everywhere theso cold rainy old are you, Tcochor-Ho- w School days. John Olson T After Feb. 0th thero will be candidates "Ay not know how old ay bane." no more, "Well, when wero you born 7 Tho voters will have n rest from candi stepmut-tcr.- " "Ay not born at oil, ay Rot dates galore. head-ache- church most satisfactorily tha past year. J. P. Rodgcrs sold his farm, known as tho old Pnrrish place, to Robert C. White, of Crab Orchard, for $3,000. At tho sale on the 6th everything sold well. SO Corn brought $3; sheep, $6; horses, to $107, and a Jersey cow brought $60. The Masonic fraternity at this place elected tho following officers for tho current year: J. M. Cress, W. M.; M. F. Lawrence, S. W ; W. II. Brown. J. W.; W. II. Cummins, treasurer; W. C. Cummins, secretary; T. Y. Shaw, S. D.; J. L. Kennedy, J. D.; W. G. Cummins, OVERGOflTS AND Will li:l Tyler. Tha following members wero elected on record of a K. O T. M. officers for Kings Mountain There cough, cold or la grlppo developing Tent No 111. Dr. C. M. Thompson, com Into pneumonia After Foley' Honey commander; W. C. Itrown, llcut. has been taken, as It euros tho mander; W. M. Mceks, record keeper; and Tar most obstinate deep seated coughs and W. C. Dye, chaplain; C. Trusty, ser New geant; Walter Privctt. master at arms; i olds. Why tako anything Milton Trimble, first master of guards; Drug Co. Stanford Cora Francis second master of guards; newspaper Claude Trimble, pickctt. Charles C. Icke, an aged pavc-meman of Memphis, foil on the icy Kind Words Won't Keep. and died a short while later. l no cno oo. nt NOTICE. will itTrr to tin' lilKliftt I.Mtler til lrrt, ttnlileoii ur ur- You may HTIUIY,JAN.M'.'V. tot of hinhI ImrtM. tiUKRl". to mtX n nn.l itiiljle. ( ol, J.IM.Iinnitlr, .urt. "",. "f ""?' NICE HOME AT AUCTION I ! 1 hoim in 'riil Orclmnl. U tiiit" of llv room. Willi llir. pore Iim; room, on lot All n.'c-.iirAlmiidnm-.- . o III hkI lllnl puMIc miction ilt o'clock. HUTlltlAY AKIT.HNOON.JAN.OTII. save up money And land and grain, For the days to come When it jiours with rain; ou ma,y hoard up gold And jewels rare For the years to come, When old age you wear; Hut a word of kindness You cannot store, For it will not keep Tjll the day is o'er. it now, When it's on your tongue, For you cannot tell How a heart is wrung; And only a kind word Said Is worth more than all Y'ou can ever say ou should speak y ro Iniii ,. Hto.lllowur.mprl-- .. r.lr. '''; kkI UnibOrclinril, Ky, To Our pi,.. Cuttamtrs Praiint and Prtspfctlvt. to assure our m.inv eiutomers ol our sincere appro..inti.in .if tlmlr niittoniige nnd our them at all earnest desire t m.tvo now business times and also to solicit fiict that oureom-pellto- r It W a has been aclho and strenuousj, In tholr efforts to tako awuy our but in the faco ol all their well-know- n bus-Inests i.k..o.u ltoilnliiL' Company has now licen doing business In and .ir.iuna Stanford about a year und wc i.i.,,ti .iiiwo-tiihlt- the future years-Sp- eak ; it loud Kind words won't keep For the coming year. G i, praiso your friend In ami-clear- we have eujojod a fair per rent .i .. irtiiii. fnr willed we n ru urateful to a generous public A fair sharo of hope tbobuslmss Is all we ask and clear see theirw that our friends canUS tills. ay hUVO ... .w.nlltim, L) 1'IVO 0 a fully equipped distributing station at Danville, Ky., and carry a complete lino of burning oils und gasoline and can maku Immediate shipments of all grades of lubricating oils and ureases from our refinery at Georgetown, Ky , tho largest manufacturing Institution In tho State. Wo aro absolutely Independent "1 the trust and to again prove this, wo publish tho sworn statement of tho president of our Institution. Should any person miiko tlio statement io you that, we. are part of any ..tii..r tMiiniianr have them put the statement In writing, then hcnd us the .. To his face grasp his hand In a friendly way; Till him thu kind words Now that you Aro saving to speak When his lifo is through LU vour lips be spendthrifts With words of cheer, my friend, You may not bo here. And Ltfitnninni find wo will iiiinu iv 10 u unproper legal aiitlioriues aim ini-struthful statements will cease. Wo A Kind words are things That you cannot store; They must be scattered, If you'd havo more; They never wero meant To bo used alone lr. tho house of death Where our loved ones moan, O.io kind word spoken y Means more Tiian eulogies long Over lifeless clay. -- Detroit Frco Press. Born, to the wifo of John B. Ander son, a girl. J. U Kennedy is quite in. John Colyer Is critically ill of pneumo nia. Tom Durham moved to tho Durham homestead at White's Mill. Judgo Colyer has moved to Crab Orchard. F. F. Blankcnshlp has moved to tho former rcsidenco of Henry Blankcnship on Cedar Creek road. Handsome Miss Bertha Hamm, of Madison, was a guest of tha Misses thieves. Miss Mattle D. Todd, aged 56, died Carpenter. Misses Mary Roberts, of at Cynthiana of cancer. For 12 years Somerset, Mary and Alico Rankin, of eho wns Postmistress in Cynthiana. Hubble, and Jennie Pepples, of Stanford, were guests of Misses Fannie and Sho left a largo estate. Ella Thompson. Ira J. Holtzclaw has Turkey has decided to accept cash offer as indemnity for returned to Lexington, where hois takthe annexation of Uosnla and Herze- ing a course in Smith's Business Colgovina. This action is believed to have lege. Ernest Pepples was with relaobviated any possibility of war. tives here. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. KenAs the result of a desperato encount nedy attended the burial of a niece at er, which took placo at Desda, Clinton Corbin. During tho recent drouth. T. W. county, between Ivo Mammons, a constable, nnd Kobert Conner, postmaster Payne found n remarkably fine spring and merchant at Desda, both are prob- of water in a deep hollow on his place. ably fatally wounded. One day while the drouth was at its After killing his wifo with a revolver, worst, ho noticed a large rock, from Frank Donnelly, of Oxford, Ohio, shot which considerable moisturo was ooz-iu- g himself tlvo times, slashed his throat nt one particular place. Being of and wrists with a razor and walked an investigating turn of mind, nnd from Oxford to Hamilton, a distance of thinking it might be profitable, ho pro1G, miles before dying. cured a drill and put in tome blasts. As the result of an accident to her In drilling tho hole preparatory to makhusband, H. M. Rice, who fell in front ing tho final blast, tho drill cut through of his residence nt Paris, breaking sev- tho rock and a great stream of water eral ribj, Mrs. Kice, who was seriously spurted out. Efforts to stop up the A stream as ill. collapsed from a nervous shock nnd hole were of no avail. died before medical aid could reach her. largo as the drill hole runs all the time Judge Albert Anderson, of and many barrels of water can bo takhas accepted the assignment to pre en out, which does not lower the quanside at the retrial of tho case of the tity in tho spring nt all. It is very Standard Oil Company, in which a fine much like artesian water in taste, has of J29.2I0.0OO was imposad. Judgo An a weak trace of sulphur and is slightly derson will set the case for trial saline. Most of the wells near by are salt water, hence it is very probable Fred B. Signor, charged with forging that this spring is fed by an under tho signature of James Murray, n mil- ground lake. We feel confident that it lionaire, was indicted at Oakland, Cal., would supply a good sized town. on eight counts by tho grand jury. The CHURCH MATTERS. amount involved "in all aggregates about Signor was Immeeiately put J8G0.000. Three revivals are in progress at in tho custody of the SheilT. Owensboro among the Baptists, Methltev. John II. Carmichacl, who con- odists and Episcopalians. fessed to tho murder of Gideon DrownThe cpngregation of the First Baptist ing nt the Kattlu Itun Methodist church, church at Atianta will hold a mass in Michigan, and who cut his throat in meeting to urge Dr. W. W. Landram, a boarding-hous- e at Carthage, III., Sun- called to the pulpit of the Broadway day night, died at noon tho following Baptist church in Louisville, to remain day. Carmichacl was found in tho toi- in Atlanta. let room of Mirandi Hughes' boarding Rev. W. S. Willis' subject at the he had attempted to end his Christian church, Hustonville, Sunday house after life. He left n letter in which ho con- morning next will be "Tho Truth Shall fessed that he was the man who killed Make You Free." Tho evening there Drowning. will be a sermon to young ladies with something between the lines for the Hold-U- p. A Horrible "About ten years ago my brother parents. members of tho Calvary BapTho 61 was "holdup" In his work, health and tist church. Lexington, who withdrew happiness by what was boliovcd to bo week on account of tho dissensions hopeless Consumption," writes W. K. last over the charges against and resignaLipscomb, of Washington, N. C "Ho pastor, Rev. W. P. Hines, took all kinds of remedies and treat- tion of tho havo purchased the frame tabernacle ment from several doctors, but found on South Upper street, which has been no holp till ho used Dr. King's New by tho First Methodist church con Discovery and was wholly cured by used gregation until their new building was bottles. Ho is awell man six completed. Austro-Hungary's SUltS 1 AT COST. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TO OUR FRIENDS: For the favors you have extended, we desire to thank you and express our wish for a cordial, business relation during the year 1909. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. W. H. HI C GINS, ivTn6rrTri. v Stanford, Kentucky. ?i aiTfr:nrTiiirrr'M' - have manv unsolicited testimonials as ment. to the quality "f our goods and only Fop several jeurs I W11S ucflltedwlth ask tho prospective customers to give us a fair trlul and let tho it suits spouk kldne troublo and last Winter I was tir ilkonimdves. suddc dy blrlckea with a sovero pain We operate no Peddler Wagons. In my kidney and was confined to bed yours, Respectfully Indian Kki'ininu Co. eight lays unublo to get up without assist tnco. My urlno contained a W. C Woi.lMiH). Agent, DauvHlo, Ky., llranch thick whlto Midlment and 1 passed satno fvequently duy and night. 1 Oct. 31, IMS. Clnolnnatl, O., eoramipcod tatlng Foley's KIdnoy To whom It MavConckk.v: Tho undersigned, upon oath, de- g ileinoot', and tio pain grudually abatclares and says: That tho Indian my urlno Company, of Georgetown, Ky., ed and, Unnlly ceased and I cheerfully recomIs Independent of tho Standurd Oil bccaiu.i normal. Company and Its branches, and Inde- mend Foloy's Kidney llemedy. New pendent of any other Company, cor- Stanford Drug Co. poration or Interest, und that It is not m a subsidiary Company of any other "Lot me kiss those tears uway." ho association, contract begged tenderly. Sho fell for it, and corporation by or understanding; and thut no other ho was busy for tho next 15 minutes. oil dealing corporation or association owns an interest In this Company. And yet tho tears flowed on. "Can UlCHMONI) Lkvkihno, . nothing stop thornf" ho asked breathPresident Indian Kotlultig Co. lessly sad. " I ss Stuto of Ohio "Nope," she murmured. "It's hay County of Hamilton, f ' to boforo mo, fever, you know. Hut go on with tho Subscribed and sworn ' ). lu and for said treatment." u Notary Public, county, this 30th day of October, 1008. Dr. II. C. Dftvb.lun old and widely llAYMOND TULUS, known physician of Mercer, is dead. Notary Public Hamilton County. Haliirious Author's State It's quick to relievo and the surest cure for weak or soro lungs, Hemor"What's that? The cook's hair burnrhages, Coughs and Colds, Bronchitis, ed off 1 How did that happen ? Lu Grippe, Asthma and all llronchlul "Why, Susan, tho second girl, overaifections. Mo und 81. Trlul bottle heard you say she could'nt hold a can-dl- o free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug to Mary." Storo. "Well?" "Well, sho tried it." While walking tho L. & N. track from Paris to uttend tho funeral of Henry The cloveicst Imitation of real Coffee T. Kales, who was burned to death in over yet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health the Courtview Hotel firu at Winches- Coffee. It Is fine In llavor and Is ter, Henry T. Kales, was run down nnd mado hi Just ono iiilnuto. No tedious killed by the "Knoxvillo Flyer" at 20 or 30 mluutes boiling. Made from Station puro parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. If you will tako Foley's Orino Laxa- Sample frco. Sold by Penny's Drug tive until tho bowels become regular Storo. you will not havo to tako purgatives At Montgomery Federal Judgo Jones constantly, ai Foloy's Orluo Laxa- denied tho injunction asked for against tive positively cures chronic constipa tho Carmichael prohibition law. The tion mid sluggish liver. Ploaunt to Judgo did not pass upon tha constltu take. New Stanford Drug Co. tionality of the act, holding that this . Oklahoma's Individual bank deposits was a proper question for the courts of havo increased $20,000,000 in three the State. years, according to Stato Bank ComAbbott Lawrence Lowell, author, missioner Smock's report. .The total In lawyer and Harvard professor, Is to be 510 banks last November was $23,418,- tho successor of Charles W. Eliot as 070.96. rho Raugejtojbuya full saver; n money maker; head of the great Cambridge UniverKLECTIUC RANGES m Preveutlcs thoso Candy Cold Cure sity. largo line of sclectjfrom uud wo will appreciate a call. tho best baker. A Tablets will safely and quickly check "There ought to be a hot time at Hot oall colds and tho Grip. Trythem Springs when Col. Beach Hargis gets illa Sold by Penny s settled down shore for a once and boo Ledger. . Drug Storo. I Tal-bot- fa VHrfMn fVirillSHsBssl 1 stay."-Msys-v- GEORGE H. FARRIS; Stanford. . oii j. M..Jt t rWtU i -. Jjggjj -- 1U ,.ittamsyL f " The Interior Journal. t ; C C. WALTON THE bill to prohibit the snle of intoxicating liquor in Tennessee passed the lower house of tho General Assembly. The voto was G2 to 36. Tho Governor is allowed to hold a bill fivo days If at the expiration of this timo it has not been returned to tho Assembly It becomes a law without his signature. State-wide- n maintain that tho Governor's action is not material, that If ho disapproves it his veto will not be bus tained. The bill provides that prohibi tion becomo cfTectivo July 1, 1909. 1 V I K : ' i ' a contriA DILI, to regulate campaign er. butions was introduced in the Indiana Mrs, Hester Coulter, widow of Gus Senate by Spnator Mattingly. CorporG. Coulter, former Stato Auditor, hns ations, according to tho bill, must, if filed two suits against Judge Charles E. they make contributions, do so in a pre, Booe seeking to recover the money stoscribed manner under penalty of dissolen from tho State during Mr. Coulter's political office lution. Candidates for term as Auditor when Judge Booe was are not to be permitted to spend money claim Clerk in tho office. except for strictly legitimato purposes. It also provides that liquor dealers are President Helps Orphans. not to be allowed to make any contriHundreds of orphans bavo been butions of any sort for political purpos- Calloway County Democratic Commithelped by tho President of Tho Induses. tee, State Central Committeeman W. trial and Orphan's Homo nt Macon, Steps are being taken to induce the A. Berry, of Paducah, decided in favor Ga , who writes: "Wo have used State of Kentucky to donate $10,000 to of N. L. Chrisman. Ilia opponent was Electric Hitters in this Institution for the fund for the relief of the earth- John H. Kris. nlno j ears. It has proved a most ex A bill to establish a State bank guar quake sufferers in Italy, and the Soliccellent mediclno for Stomach, Liver Initation Committecof the Italian socie- antee fund was introduced in tho und Kidney troubles. Wo regard It ties in Louisville is exceedingly hopeful diana Senate. Another bill proposes to as ono of tho best family medicines on that this may be accomplished without take the power of appointing polico earth." It Invlgorntcs tho vital ordelay. We doubt, however, that the commissioners out of the hands of tho gans, purifies tho blood, aids digesdonation will be made. Money is too Governor and vest it in the Mayors of tion, creates appetite. To strengthen scarce at Frankfort since tho republi- tho several cities. and build up thin, pale, wcakchtldren cans got in power to pay out any that run-dopeople It has no equal. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. or is not compelled to go. Best for femalo complaints. Only 50o Mrs. Carrie Portwood is dead at Dan at Penny's Drugstore. Benjamin F. Shively, of South ville. Bend, Ind., was nominated for Senator Robert Lanier, aged 21, is dead at NEW ILACXSMITH AND RE- by tho democratic caucus at Indianap- Monticello after a long illness. olis on the 20th ballot, receiving 42 PAIR SHOP. S. C. Barnett is dead of pneumonia votes. The nominee served in the 50th, in the Rush Branch section of PulaBki. I hnrn npvnnl n tilfirkstnlth find urnernl from the 51st and 52nd. Congress Judge W. H. Holt, as special judge, repair shop lit my home, the old tnllgiite Htnnfiml un South Benddistrict and was the demo- 13 holding a special terra of the Whitley property nnil thn n haro oflilko, near tln luIiIIo nk PAUI, JKHHK, llmtonvllli', Ky. cratic nominee for governor in 1896. circuit court. Hon. John W. Kara, who ran with BryStull.Belle5l acres J. C. Robinson, brother of T. J. Rob an on the democratic ticket, received inson, of Hustonville, is dangerously ill Upthegrove hrs 75 acres 35 votes. Whrte.TWni75 acres at Lancaster. Sam C. Hardin was elected president Lincoln IxxIko No. fin. K. A A. M.nlll meet Wilcher, J B 150 acres Though Acting Governor of ArkanIn itutett cointiimili'iitlon oncacli Mrt nnil Yocum, Elira 20 acres sas for only 12 hours, Jesse M. Martin, of the Law and Order League recently third Mondny nlglita of inch month, nt "::) Young. Sallie 34 acres 1907-organized at London. ociock in uu'ir nnil on amin unci, president of the Senate, just organized, Ky. MvmN-of alalsT Iodize nrc fra The trial of George Gordon, charged ternally Imlti-- to lm U. I.. Penny, Young. Mrs P A 15 acres eet a new record for pardons, granting tViJi.ii, w Youni. W A I acre ten, one of which, A. J. Benson, of Mis with the murder of Robert Brewer in Boyle, was postponed until tho April I IUSTONVILLE-WHIT- E. sissippi county, was convicted of mur Valuable Mill And Dwelling For Austin, Ed 5 acres der and given 21 years. Martin dis- term of court. Salt! general store nt Simon Wesley's Baker, G C town lot counted Gov. Blackburn in the abuse Bethel Ridge was broken into for the InotHHllnro to n Judgment of tlin Lincoln Bastin. I lenry hrs 5 acres of the pardoning power. rendered lit ttm m'clal Hethird time a few days ago. A lot of Circuit t'ourt. lKM, In thecano of D.M. l.lput' Carson, Joe 4 acres cemlKr term, heirs against 1). M. l.lppi' Administrator, Catswell, John n r 4 acres In an interview at Frankfort, Au merchandise was taken. will Thomas and Samuel Wheat, of Boyle, etc., iueun(ieriKnei eommiisioner luu. in Collier, G C n r 2 acres ditor Frank P. James declared that he on MONDAY. JAN. Is. about 2I-.la of tho old believes Gov. Willson should call the were sentenced to 11 years in the peni frontoner mill to lw puouo In IIuitonllle, Curtis. Allen 33 acres Ky., oiucry to me ior snip, ni highest nntl best bidder the following propLegislature into special session to pass tentiary. They were convicted of mur erty Clark. Thomas 50 acres In lluttonvllle, Lincoln county. Ky: an extension of the county unit bill, dering Rolla Davis at a base ball game rllirlT. A lot of threeneres. containing n Delk. Silas 32 acres frame, dwelling Iioumj of froorn. He says that the Republican platform in Perryville last July. Davidson, S N hrs town lot 5 porches, Shall and cellar: n well, 2 cisoutbuildings. Including n large Dye. pledges enactment of the measure and Fire destroyed the home of Miller terns and smoke-housJames 9 acres; credit $ I JO (Mm. crib, hen house, etc., nil the platform promises should be carried Bros., at the 101 Ranch, near Ponca of modern design and In excellent repair. Egbert, Frank 25 acies U mansion. This lotlandbounded on thn North and Wot Elliott. S G n 28 acres City, Okla. The three-storout if possible. by the of I'rlnli Dunn; on tho Kat by i known as tho "White House, contain the laniUof John Dinwiddle and Mri. llrent Elliott, Lou n r 8 acres Chicago Dressmakers' Club ing many valuable heirlooms and furnr Harnett, and oil thehoutli briiialii street. If the Hkconii. A frame grist mllland eletotor, gets its way, the obtaining of a mar ture, is a total loss. The occupants es' equipped with tuu most modern machinery. Eiles, Elira 4 acres In excellent repair nnil running order, with Esles. Dettie 19 acres riago license will no longer be a pleas- caped in their night clothes. n capacity of "5 luirrela, the output of which Evans, Elira n 20 r acres ure, but an ordeal. Thebridegroom-tThe mortality list of the United cciimls liMiunllty and reputation Isthntofauy Fletcher. F mlll In the Htate. The location excellent acre J be will be forced to assure the license States for the year 1908 shows that both fur the purchase of grain and a market mill's clerk that he can pay all household bills Columbia is given the lowest number for themill lot manufacture.on tho North by Hughes, Claude town lot la iHiundrd The on the Kast of A. McGinms, Arthur town lot and, most important of all, the of deaths of any town of 1,200 inhabi- main street; tlioHoutli by by the land land; Napier. J R hrs 83 acres M. Kr)ii;oii the Adams beforo he is Riven the coveted tants in the entire country. There were and on the West by the land of John ccnUIni about two acres. The Nuener. Ed lot license. only 10 deaths in the town and two of feregnlng lelng the same proierty described Pejton, Mary T lot In tho Judgment sick away Thu object of the sale Is for n settlement Richards, G A 28 acres In his first message to the Indiana these subjects were taken of theestntoof 1). M. Llppsund division of Robinson, James lot Legislature, Gov. Thomas R. Marshall from home. Adair News. thn surplus among his heirs Tkkjih. Tho sales will lie made on a credit Capt. Charles D Clay, of Lexington, recommended theabolition of fully one- of six Tho will Im re Shoen, Henry 30 acres whose skull was fractured by his fall- quired months bonds nurclmsera security for Schwab, to gUo with good Albert 38 acres half of tho appointive offices. Let the thu purcliitso price, lieiirlng fl per cent. In- Legislature take hold of the suggestion ing down a flight of steps at a hotel in leresi iroui wie allium Mile until nam. pay Spaw, Ellen n r I acre Middlesboro, was taken to a Lexington able to the Commissioner, having ;he force Waggoner, Thomas 50 acres and act accordingly. Judgment, and effect hospital on a special train. Capt. Clay uudnen on of n property sold. also secured ly the Walts. Walter 10 acres; credit $2.50; UUKUS A. Lirrri.HpeclalCouiinlssloner. Instead of a loving cup for Roose- stood the trip very well, and.it is believbalance velt as a present from the Senate ar.d ed that he will recover from his injuWalls, Wll 10 acres although he is still in a very se House it looks now as If he may get a ries, Wilchc. Ceo 25 acres cup overflowing with vitriol and gall. rious condition. ' Wright. Susan R lot Farris Simpson, a barber of Nicholas- Teddy's last days in office arc certainly Wrighl. Ceo lot ville, who was recently acquitted at his worst. Yates. Idel lot Covington of the charge of having kill Yocum. A A and W C 60 acres POLITICAL. ed Scipio Noble, of Breathitt county, Yocum, Amelia 10 acres body was found near La- Hon. Lilburn Phelps, a Jamestown whose dead HUSTONV1LLE-COLOR- ED. attorney, has announced for tho repub- tonia, was fined $105 and costs in the MONDAY, FEB. 8, Bailey, Thomas .2 acre Police Court at Lexington on charges lican nomination for State Senator. BarfieU. Will 5 acres Dr. Samuel Scott, of Somerset, was of having defrauded a boarding house Compton. EdU and disorderly conduct. declared insane. He is 40 years old and John Boner, of Camp Nelson, was se- Being the 1st day of ihe February term of the Cooper, Richard lot a nephew of Senator W. O. Bradley. riously hurt by the explosion of dyna- Lincoln county court, I will, between the hours Civeru, Ellen 2 lots The republican leaders in the Ohio mite, which he carried in his pocket. of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M, in Gilliipie, Green lot Legislature wero defeated in their ef- He was an employe Goode. Ed lot of E. J. Curley and front of the e door in Stanford, Ky., forts to have the Legislature recess to was returning home when the accident sell at public outcry to the highest and best bid- Hall. Cal lot Feb. 15. acre occurred. His injuries were of such a der for cah in hand, the following lists, 01 so Mocker, Mack Thirty possums have been received serious nature McCormack. Geo Jr lot that amputation of his much as will pay taxes, cost and penalty. from Judge Frank Park, of Worth leg was necessary. He is 35 acres years old As fast as payments are made the names will Meadoes, Jake county, for the Taft banquet at Atlan- and has Powell, Will lot a wife and Ave e, the amount of bonds that may bo Issued by tho Government to raise money for tho construction of tho Panama Canal. Thomas R. Marshall was inaugurated Governor of Indiana. In his message to the Legislature ho urged integrity, competency, good service and economy h tho public offices of the State. members of Ono'of tho newly-electethe Oregon Legislature announces his intention of Introducing at tho next ses sion a bill making it a crime to shoot any person under tho belief that such person is a deer or a canvasback duck. As tho result of a combination Rob ert Thornbury, of Campbellsvillc, was elected messenger to carry Kentucky's George electoral vote to Washington. Peters, a defeated candidate, who se cured Thornbury's election, will accom pany him. After reviewing the evidence in the contest over the chairmanship of the creasing to 1500,000,000 d There is aald to be breach between Sere and There. Gov. Willson and hit official family, the business W. W. Bain, a latter claiming the Governor Is Ignoring man of Lexington, died of tuberculosis. them on questions on which they mainE. H. JefTares, a traveling man from tain they should be consulted. Pittsburg, committed sulcido at his introduced a bill InSenator Hopkins boarding-housin Louisvillo by well-know- n o Htydea, Tim town lot Mocker, Alfa I acre Jackson, J S land Liltard. Edward hrs lot Logan, Isaac I acre Mullingt, Wilson 3 acres Pleasants, Jim I acre Stewart hrs land, credit $1.25; balance Thomas, Francis 3 acres Wade, Davidson n I I acre Warren, Lou lot WAYNESBURG-WHIT- ' 4 20 6 25 3 65 3 15 6 25 3 65 4 20 LU6KY 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 Mrs. Lizzlo Harbin was shot and kill ed In Wnsr'igton by her lover, Fro dor ick Kraemcr, who then committed sul cido was Sam French, of Taylorsvllle, painfully burned about tho head and faeo by tho explosion of a gasollno lamp. A. Hawkins, nged four years, living at Scbreo, burned to death whllo stand' Ing before an open grate. Tho child was left nlono In tho room by her moth 2 90 2 10 I 55 3 15 E. Alford. N M 23 acres Austin, Mrs Sarah 75 acres Baslin hrs L M 140 acres Baugh, Silas 32 acres Baugh, Isaac 153 acres Boone, Nub 3 acres Burton, James 3 acres Baslin, J D 125 acres Baitin, Mary E 144 acres Buckley, Wm n r 127 acres Collier, J II ami R C land Delanry, Phil I acre Davidson, James 60 acres Damrick. J E 50 acres Flint, Sam n r lot Floyd, J B 39 acres Cillam, J C n r lot Gooch, Sam 10 acres Haggard, WG 65 acres Heaglev, Ceo A n r 166 acres I leath, Thomas n I 55 acres Hi.it. BD 151 seres Kearney, Jas 8 acres Lanham, Sallie hrs 83 acres Leach, Ceo W Jr n t 40 acres McDonald. MC hrs lot McKemie, Mack n I lot Meredith. James 153 acres; credit $1.70; balance Mooir. D M 20 acres Osborne, James 100 acres Padgett, R D town lot Pitman. W R I 4 acres Reynolds. W P 33 acres Riley, Mrs Alia 109 acres Robinson, Wm 13 acres Rutherford, John 80 aciu Sims. J W 25 acres Singleton, A K 172 acres Somonis. Charles n I 177 acres Smith. Eva 200 acres $4 20 6 20 2 50 5 10 7 05 3 40 3 15 16 10 8 35 2 4 5 5 4 2 65 50 35 75 20 60 75 4 I 55 2 90 5 50 2 85 3 90 10 95 3 65 5 20 2 35 $10, 3 15 4 75 7 25 3 65 5 15 5 75 Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. 4 75 A 75 3 90 3 80 8 85 3 40 8 50 9 35 4 15 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. MASONS' MEET. 2 10 Minn-for- 8 . 2 60 I 90 5 15 6 80 I 90 2 40 2 90 $4 75 3 H. J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 15 two-stor- I 55 4 90 4 15 I 55 4 95 2 10 3 15 3 35 M $ New Ledgers, Journals And gs 160 4 10 14 55 2 60 y 2 2 10 10 o 3 60 dress-maker- s, 3 65 6 30 6 60 35 50 H qj rpj In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. Bj a 3 75 6 20 4 20 in x Sj vciy Line of Stationery Generally. an d 3 15 3 15 5 80 I 55 4 20 2 4 2 3 3 I k 10 PENNY'S' DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Sheriffs Sale For Taxes! '09, " 00 90 60 15 55 10 18 3 15 $3 4 3 3 2 3 3 2 5 3 65 75 15 Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. 1 65 60 15 court-hous- 65 60 60 15 Capital, Surplus, Resources, 8. H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON, PRESIDENT W. M. $50,000.00 33,330.00 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER ta Senator Tillman has received many congratulations from South Carolina on his speech replying to tho president's letter to Senator Hale. The Illinois Senate has decided to hold a joint session with the House for the purpose of canvassing the vote at the last State election. Taking tho Brownsville affair as his text, Senator Foraker again paid his respects to President Roosevelt in a lengthy Bpeech in the Senate. President Roosevelt took a night aro qulckiy cured by Foley's Homy and Tur. Tho sore und Georgo C. Perkins wad lungs uro healed uud strength- United States Senator from California ened, und a dangerous condition is on the first ballot at Sacramento by a quickly averted. New Stanford Drug vote of 60 to 22 in the Assembly and 32 Co. to 8 In the Senate. September. rido on horseback in 17 hours. Hu Baid the object of bis journey was to prove that his army riding order was correct. Gov. Augustus L Willson is wanted Simple Remedy For La Grippe by President Allen It. Footo, of the Hacking la grippe coughs that may International Tax Association, to pre- develop Into pnouinonlu over side over the convention to be held next children. Information was received by tele- phono this morning from Dunnville, Ca sey county, that Geo. Cundiff, a well- was attracted to his barn during tho night by a rumbling noise Taking his shot gun in hand ho proceed ed 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 a man loading his wagon from tho crib. Cundiff took a shot nt him and is alleged to have filled George ferry's face with shot. Berry was arrested and his examining trial will take place to morrow before Magistrate Shelton. Advocate. disappear. The amount set opposite each name includes b per cent, penally and cost of advertising. T. J. HILL. Sheriff. STANFORD-WHITE. 4 75 6 85 2 15 3 65 I 55 3 15 3 25 J. Ross, Henry n r acre Singleton, Henry lot Smith, Palsy lot Smith, John Jr lot Welch. James lot DIREOTORSt J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Slmuks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford; John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. O. Han- - CRAB ORCHARD-WHI- TE. $ 3 15 Bobbin, F F 59 acres 47 75 Farris, Mrs Emma lot Collings, Mis Dettie 40 acies 60 Guest, J W 175 acres Carpentei, Dovie and Dettie house and Hiatl. A M n r 197 acre. lot (oi 1907-- 8 35 15 Hutchison, James n i 92 acres Dawes, C L 30 acres 3 15 Krueger, Fred n r 64 acres Elliott, Bill 25 acres 290 Mtrcum, Mrs Amelia 100 acres Green, Thomas F n I 10 acres 7 30 Reese, Jennje 10 acres Johnson, Mrs M D acres 3 95 Slier, Elder 125 acres Leaiure, Joe 14 acies 4 50 Todd. H 22 acres Manuel, Thomas 5 acres 1907-8- , creJit CRABIORC1 IARD-COLOR$1.80, balance 4 95 Butcher, Silva acre Mascn, M O n I 50 acies 2 60 Butcher, Mary lot Stephenson, Dave 17 acres 990 Dolling!, Geo ,2 acres; credit 65c; bal. Wheat, Mrs Maggie 65 acres 14 55 Guest. Jennie lot I 55 Ycaser, Dan and John n I I acre Hayes, Willard I acre Darnett, Mrs Elizabeth house and lot Bright. 150 acres JWni 8 50 4 15 kin, Lancaster; J. 11. Puxtun, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilherta Creek; ). L. ilnhblo, Lancaster; W. II. Cumin! s, Prenchorsvillc; Lilburn Gooj h, Gilberts Creek. j 36 90 18 95 II 40 3 90 9 40 2 10 8 65 5 20 30 55 2 05 2 10 2 90 I 30 3 65 I I I ighest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens9to91-2c- . 2c. l-- STANFORD-COLOR- ED. Anderson, S D I acre Bright, Caleb land Civeos, Aaron hrs 10 acies Dumber, Erne acre $5 25 Pennington, Geo 9 acres 3 65 Slaughter. Mauie lot I 55 Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to 10c. Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 H. B. NORTHCOTT, 2c. Turkeys lO to 12c. 30 T. J. HILL, Sheril. Stanford, Ky. ,. .- -. .m,frm. ., 'tUuM,?,. MTW" ..$' ,JatJaAi , 4 ...-- , .if.. fwyiukiiiiyiiii "HiM'iPH Lp6rqrji, ? - - - t As Long As Present Stock Lasts Long Cloth 08c Bolt. 36-inc- -UNTIL FEB'Y. 1ST Wo will oflcr any Cloak or Lace Values. Special valuo linen laces 3 Fur Soft Nninrook (checked) for Underwear 12Jc yard. Special Values in lllcach Cottoni at flc, Dc and 10c yard,. tlOinch "Lincno" Sheeting at 2rc. 10 in our house at ONK-TIIIK- D off the price. The lino cmhrnccs ttio swell styles in Ladies' Castor Coats, Itnin Coats, Special valuo linen laces i i inch to to 2J inch at 5c. nt 7c. fie Miiftlwifid Neck Pieces. Money-Saving Vou can aflord to look n ccacon ahead at these Cotton cluncy laces and insertion at 7Jc. Special valuo Hamburg and Insertion yard. Cluncy, Etc. Special value Hnmhurg in Uahy Sets 10c ynnl. New Patterns in Val Laces, Linens, Hand-Mado inch Unhleachcd Sheeting nt Cc. 8c. " Prices. 1- All Calicoes at Children's Coats -2 and J -- 3 Off the Price. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btakfohd, Ky., 1909 crops, & SON. STANFORD KY. Embroidery and Lace Opening for Season of 1909. Tho opening of this fcaoii means with us no change of methods, except in the line of betterment; better facilities means better service. For mnny years this store has been noted for its Laces nnd Embroideries. This eenson will bo different only in the extra cifi)rt put forth to make it tho most succetpful in our long career. Hamburg insertions and edges to inntcli; nil new patterns per yard 10c nnd up to 50c. Corset cover 18 inches wide, on Nninsook and Swiss, per yard COc and up to 81. Baby eeti, a large assortment of thews popular edges and insertions, all licautiful patterns in match sets, per yard 10 to 20c. in SwUs and Nninsook, every one new and handsomo in design, much iu vogue this season, per yard 50c to $3.00. To closo we offer 50 patterns of eotton torschon laces and insertions to match, 1 to 5 inches wide, 10 and 12Ac values, our price 5c. Call and seo us. All-ove- Usn Chattanooga plows for ttco. II. Karris. good - Jan. ir, 1901) At a meeting of tho Stanford Water, Light & Ico Co. a dividend of two per cent, was declared. storc-hous- : i v i , i The supervisors will bo In session Wednesday, 20th, to hear complaints An examination for graduation in the from those people in tho Stanford disEverything for Orchnrd, Lawn and common school branches will bo held trict who have, been raised. On Thurs- Garden. Wo have no ngenU. Free at tho court house Jan. 29 and 30, G. day complaints will be heard from those Catalogue. residing in tho Crab Orchard district. Singleton, Supt. H. F. IIlLLENMEYKIl & HOSD, Stiiayeb from W. T. West's prom-re- d Dr. W. N. Ckaig moved his family Lexington, Ky. lacs, in Lancaster, a cow, with back to Stanford last Sunday night. white spots on Bides; dehorned. He- - He will remain in Middlesboro for the I present. Tho probabilities are that the ward for information. family will return to this city sometime having clnluiingalnst Uiu esAll Sill RUT T. J. Hill begins a serial during the year to take up their per- tate ol ierson Hardin, deceased, are request-it- l Murk d to present tin-i- to tliu undersigned, story this issuo which while not at all manent residence if ho can get a suitaaccording to law. Claimants will reopen readable, will Intcrost a good many ble houso for them. -- Middlesboro member tliut ii their claims are tliey muat Im iiroviil liyttio oatli of Lincoln county people nevertheless. Miuiu other iktmiii In addition totbeoutliof claimant. ho fire Indebted to tliuettnte All I have bought Al Wallace's interest Seems to us that Councilman James lire rt 1xtoih lo ia' their IncH'liti dncim sto o in the livery firm of Hcazley At tun uiidcrtliineil, unit thin avoid thn K. Beazlcy ought to resign. Ho has ol a ault. HKhHlK M.HAHDIN. and also tho hooks. Those owing not Executrix Mark Hardin, llec'U. attended a council meeting for some STANFORD, KENTUCKY. tho firm will plcuso call and settle with six or eight month and has not been in mo. (J. G. Hcazley. the State sinco September. Ho of Unless you pay me for laundry courao Jias not been able to do the work when it is delivered to you I will have elected to do and consequently has been friends here. to decline having the work dono for of no service on tho board. If he does Wi nre In position to do all kinds of Mn. David II. Hamiio, who has lived you. laundry is cash and I will credit not intend to return soon we suggest inch as lllock Work, l'livi'menta wc at Urodhead for several years, has re- no one for it. Ed Wilkinson. tlilnu from n that ho write or telegraph his resigna- mid. In (act, toacan inakiuiny Wn ran uvrw liousudowii Irncu Ht. turned to his farm near May wood. It s tion. A city of Stanford's class is en you promptly and auarantc" KoDDitT ACY, to whoso house Lair's titled to Bix countilmen and why can't work and material. Call and Kt't our prices ii momtrous hard for an old Lincoln lieforii you Iniy jour material at least. county man to remain away from Lin hloodfcounds trailed while an elTort was sho havo six ? Tho past year has been being made to locate tho person who a busy one with our city dads and Councoln. Mhs. Anna I). Van Aiisdai.e, who had robbed Silas Wesley's storo in Ca cilman Beazlcy has been needed. We Stanford, Ky. Is visiting Nashville relatives, fell and sey, proved an alibi and was honorably aro confident ho has just overlooked the Nobody believed Acy was matter of rcsigoing and that this hint was severely hurt somo time ago. We discharged. are glad to know that sho Is rapidly guilty. to tho wiso will bo sufficient to put him convalescing and will soon bo nhlo to We unintentionally omitted mention to thinking. come home. of tho entertainment given by tho puMil. W. K. SltUGAlis, wifo and bright MATRIMONLAL will leave in a pil of the Graded Schol in the School little son, W. K. Jr., auditorium Saturday afternoon. An inHenry E. Gondii and Miss Amelia J, Htantord. Kv.. .Ian. fi. tliu Fiscal Court few days for Winchester to make that of Lincoln county, Ky., Invite sealed pro thriving city their home. It is with teresting program was splendidly ren Withington, both of Casey county, were posal rormu friction nun completion in a who took part ac- married in JcfTersonvillc. new county court Iioush on tho pulillc sincere regret that our people givo up dered, all of those of Htunforil nKrecalile to quitting themselves most creditably. Minnie Ilogers, tho divorced wifo of siimrf In tliiivlty plans nnd HHclttcntlous prepared liy Archithis splendid family. tects Frank l". Mllliurn A Co., Washington Al Stewart, has sued John Urown, ono TUB weather since our last issuo has l.l I'luii will tie no file, with tho Archiof the wealthiest farmers of Jessamine tects and with theCounty Clerk at; -- tnnford. LOCALS. been prsity bad. thank you. A snow Kacli Contractor will tile with his alleged breach ccrtltlctl check, inndop.'iynule to J. H. lilil it county, for $30,000 for () Clothes French cleaned. Cook & fell Monday night; Tuesday wo had all of promise. ley.i'ouiuy judge, lor .o.i, lis ewtiencu ot KimkI faith on his hart, and If his hid Is acsorts of weather; Wednesday it snowed, Farmer. Ike W. Tuttle, a prominent and clev- cepted, that he will enter Into contract at rained, hailed and sleeted and yesteran acceptable Two rooms over Tom Pence's store er young farmer of tho Turnersville oucu and mepa.allo to the guarantee for So lionil, county, Ve day wai dark, damp and gloomy. section, nnd Miss Clara II. Tubler, a lie rcc nt.of the contract price for the for rent. W. A. Tribble. the contract. The are paying with compound interest for pretty lie paid Niiercent. in the work and popular young lady of SEE our new horso collar, tho best ono tho beautiful weather of last Fall and progresses, wero married at Morcland yes- completion. retaining :l per cent, until llnal early winter. on tho markut. Geo. II. Farris A Hilda to be k.alid and filed with the terday. The brido is a daughter of CountvClerkouor oelore 10 A m. February Wl! hnvo on hand all kinds of fresh At a meeting of tho stockholders of Mrs. M. V. Moore and is an excellent loth. If'.'. Court The Fiscal rei'r i a the right to retho Crali Orchard Hanking Co. held young woman. ject miy or all bus. meats. See us. Wilkinson & Lutes. David Harris and Miss Byrdio AnderJ.H. OWHf.KV, .Ml., County Judge. Tueadaj the following ollicors were reNew line of spectacles. Eyes tested elected for tho ensuing year: J. II. son, both of tho East End, were made (IKOItliF. 11. GOOl'iUl, Clerk, free at tho New Stanford Drug Co. 'a Collier, president; W. E. Perkins, vice one, Wednesday by Eld. J. G. Livingsstore. City Council of Stanpresident; J. C. Hailcy, cashier. The ton at his home. Tho bride is the beau- To A NEW stock of Oliver plows, plow directory remains tho samo with the tiful and charming daughter of J. L. ford, Ky.. gear, etc., on hands. Come aad sfj us. exception of J. S. Broughton, who is Anderson and is organist at Mt. Olive church. Tho groom is a clever and inHlggins. by Dr. M. M. Phillips. W. II. succccdel dustrious young farmer I, I., It. Hughes, would submit the. follow. stockholders of tho Lincoln CounHunn, Mary Louiso Hunn, the The Ernest L. Woods, ii wealthy farmer Ingasiuy report for tho ciir ending Dec requested to Dright ard beautiful little daughter of and banker of the Paint Lick section of .11, liw, U: ty Fair Association are kki'kiiih: t 'Ml 41 meet in tho directors' room of tho First Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hunn, died Tues-da- y Garrard, and Miss Panthca Royston, Cash on hand Jan. 1, lt. SI I 04 llccelveil from lluea morr.ing after a brief illness of National Hank at 1 o'clock next Friday, IM ui tho handsome and popular daughter of Kecetved from licenses e.l.M ;m Received from taxes Tho burial occur- Mr. William Itoyston, also of that coun- ltecclwd liom l'ortinnii imcincnt Jan. '22. IK! IU red in Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday ty, wero married at tho brido's homo Received frouiUrnliOrchaid for blank 2 So U) ItecelMHl from telephone fninchlto All those having claims morning 'Notice. u Ii after services nt the homo at this week. Tho bride is a rclativo of Iteceltid from I.O.u. r. luiM'inent ugainst the estato ot John F. Cash, Itecelvcdfrom.Mra.Klrby vrrorlurock 24 ou 10:30 o'clwk by Dr. William Shelton tho Misses 1'axton, of this place, and is Ut) to lUcclvcd from ii Int. uiwru house will pleaso present them to mo and Mr. $. C. McClary. Much sympa- a charming young woman. National Hank, Stanford, at tho First IVlVJ thy is felt for the family in their irproperly proven and verified, by Jan. reparable loss. Jl.ivil to 1'nld for salaries It is probable that another night-ride- r IHi Hi cent. Of line 15,1909. for II. C. Haughman, administra m 1,1110 Wl trial will begin Monday at Union l'ald for ui Kr work street Paid Solon Ckaio. colored, was tried on City, Tenn. tor. rt U) Iuld for sprinkling streets SI w l'ald for repairing pumps charges of selling cocaino Tues4 Ut SMS ram lor wilier anaij ten Mk. T. It. Walton, formerly of this three A li ui By a strict party vote, Wcldon D. l'ald for assessor's blanks place, but now a "rooter" for Atlanta, day afternoon and was acquitted. 3.4JA HI l'ald 'or wnter and light majority erdict was agreed to and on- Heyburn was United States l'ald for Interest on water and light IIS W writes from Tumpa, Fla., whero ho and is ta l'ald for recording deed ly one of the six jurors thought Solon Senator from Idaho. a co I'uld for carp? uter'a work his wifo nro spending tho Winter, that SI M guilty. However, the impression prel'ald for lumber tho weather thero is perfect, lho skies 4i no Bills establishing cock fighting and a l'ald for extra police vails that it was a case of guilty but l'ald for supervising blMg. pavements K) 01) aro bright and If any objection could bo 44 til proven. Craig, who is said to have national lottery will be among tho first l'ald for furniture 41 ill urged against the weather It is that the not printing l'ald II government licenso to soil whisky, Is measures Introduced in the Cuban Con- l'ald for pauper aid for mercury Is a little too high, ho writes. a SM 1.7 l'ald for extending pipe to Ciiau giving tho officers and pcoplo a good gress. pnwiiwiits li:lrt l'ald for aurelng for OF lUfil error Klkln'a tax list The men In and around Danville deal of trouble and it was generally An appropriation of $101,018,000 for l'nhl for Iteynolds fence (water atreet) at Nl for U ui to break hoped that ho would be mulcted to the pensions was agreed on by tho Commit l'ald for iMinting city nan would mako little or no effort lid 13 in Paid fiireleiiiilni: hose High-Clasup tho blind tiger business thcro and tuno of a hundred or so. 7 Ml tee on Appropriations in tho drafting l'ald for Uariieuter house lire lit in l'ald for Kallle Clay (damages) 25 strong, have taken up the women, :t id of the annual pension appropriation bill. l'ald for Hallle Clay's doctor's bill tho Three weeks from SU71 matter, determined to oust tho violaWill bo held nt l'ald for lulscellaui ous accounts I, Duo Itl democratic primary will be pulled ofL llaliinco In treasury Tho Georgetown News contains a tors. Stanford women might profit by Let candidates and voters keep cool laudatory editorial suggesting Col. doing likewise, their husbands, fathers heads and tay and do nothing they will and brothers being too busy with other bo ashamed of when the smoke of tho John It. Allen, of Lexington, us tho Klre department AhrtKTH: Jl.so (II next Democratic candidate for Gover- City hall bulldtiii: IttIO business to tako a hand in tho matter. political battlo has cleared away. Keep nor. IHal Itl m .. Oath on hand Due from I...V M. it. u.i.o. MO ui The Lincoln County National Hank in mind that tho men nominated on J) ears (estimated) Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimuelected its old board of directors with Feb. 0 will be the standard beurers of $.1,1)43 KJ tho exception of Mr. Thomas C. Itunkin, democracy on Nov. 2, and remember late tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is I.IAIIII.ITIKKI Write for Kutry lilunk. ear retlt !l,7u.1 in chosen to fill the vacancy caus- all of the time that crow is an exceed- wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that aro Due H. V. 1.. A Ice. Co. who was ui mi ingly usptlatable dish. Think twice crying out fur help. VltalUo those Hue marshal December salary M 76 ed by tho death of Mr. John F. Cash. Hue lor outstanding warrants 411 10 UH for Tho First National Bank elected II. C. before yoii'speak, and vote for tho best weak Insldo controlling nerves with Duo for Jailer for tiuhuico collecting IIS UI Hue marshal Haughman a director in the place of and cleanest man and democrat. Make I)r, Snoop's Restorative, aud seo how Nl t auit.oter and aboe liabilities 1JCTH SI HUSTON Mr. S. II. Haughman, who resigned, the ticket bo good and strong that the quickly good health will como to you fi.His ua I Sold by Penlltspectlully Hubinlttvil, and Dr. W. U. O'Hannon in the place of republican wont dare make an effort to again. Test It and seo Big Sale of Business Horses Will be Held March J It. UUailKH, Clerk. ny's Drug Store. defeat It. Col. T. P. Hill, deceased. home by Illness. Miss Maky McRoiierts was In Cincinnati this week. Mn. P. W. Wihit Is visiting tho homcfolks at Liberty. Mrs. W. II. Shanks spent sovcral days with her parents In Madison. nd Uusscll Uev. Eo HuiuiAno Urown were in Louisvlllo this week. Miss Saha Uauciiman is visiting her relatives, Mesilames Hirk, at Owens- boro. THE aged Mr. It. L. White, is ill at his homo In tho Hubblo section. Mil. W. E. I'EHKINS, one of Crab Ormerchants, was chard's hero yesterday. Ho told ub that his son, Morris M. Perkins, had been quite sick. Mr. June II. Keiii, of Hustonville, will succeed Mr. W. K. Shugars in the Now Stanford Drug Store. This will be good news to Mr. Iteid's Ugion of wido-awnk- o Fore Sale on Kent. Tho Warner New assortment of local view post on East Main Street. Apcards at Penny's Drue Store. Some very special bargains Ir. Hox ply at onco to W. K. Warner. s Taper, hut the supply is limited. Ask Foil Sale. A complcto set of good to seo them. Penny's Drug Store. Very cheap if sold broom machinery. PERSONALS. at once. S. P. Gray, Stanford, Ky. Mas. J. M. PiilLUrs is up aftcrciuitc Watch during this year tho standing an Illness. advertisement of II. H. Northcott, tho HUHKUT CAfiTENTKii is connncl to his produce man. It will bo timo well m m Foil Sale -- Six thoroughbred Black Pnlns of women, head pains, or any Berkshire shonts; weight about GO pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with pound. Geo. D. Hopper, Jr. Dr. Snoop's Pink I'aln Tablets. Seo full formula on 2."x3. Box. Sold by We have secured tho agency for tho Penny's Drug Storo celebrated South Bend Chilled and Belknap Chilled Plows. Inspect their quality and get our prices before you buy. Tht Jouph Prlct Sanatorium, Geo. D. Hopper. North Ijincmlir Htrtet, The Ladies' Aid Society of tho ChrisStanford, Kontucky. tian church will meet with Miss Alice for Trent merit of Diseases of Hcazley at 2:30 o'clock Saturday after- Throat, F.ar, (lenltO'Urlnnry,tho Kjc, Nose, Kictiil Ornoon. A full attendance is desired as gans, Nonous Bjaltui nnil Hurler)', officers aro to bu elected and 'other important work must bo done. Fruit and Ornamtntal Trait! spent. , Executrix Notice ly TRIBBLE & HUQHE5, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, I Wal-inc- co-I- CONCRETING first-clas- Full Stock of Oliver. Chilled PHILLIPS BROS., PLOWS Notice to Contractors Il. and Repairs. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Watch This Space Next sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods, Is- ciiui-pany- 's y, ' i tht -- &" US Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, KY. m A BIG COMBINATION SALE ! s Stallions and lacks ox HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY, m m February 10 and n, 1909. Company, 24 and 25V 4- - Hustonville Combination Sale villi:, ky. .. ?' "'"fry .1 'iii'i1 i" ' IV iimmmMpp jSTT.mffraki. I V stronger m the season open. Many I FOR farmers have quite a number of mules rower boiler and pnilnennd taw Official call for democratic primary on hand, having refused tho pricei of milt for tale. Will sell either or lotti. election for Lincoln county, to nomi- fered them. On a. KNMLiN.Ottenhelm, Ky. - Xfittfdt (nlhr rott-Ofat Stanford- - o nate candidates for county offices. l'oitorr.re, Wninciburs, Kyr mond-cla- u matter. 1st A primary election is hereby Brave Fire Laddies called to bo held In the several voting Often receive sevcro burns, putting oul MEAL precincts of Lincoln county on Satur- tires, then use. iluckion'n Arnica b&ivo N. TITOE I am nt all times prepared to exchnmtn day, February, 6th, 1909, between 6 A. and forget them. It soon drives out meal for corn. My null will run etertr Hat- No. 11, Hocith, II : r. m. M. and 4 r. M., for tho purpose of nomNo.Sl, Houtti,ll:(r. M. ' pain. For Hums, Scalds, Wounds, unlay. Dick linker, Miller. No. XI, North. 4lW A. M. J.ll.OII.Kt.UHON. inating democratic candidates for tho Cuts and Hrulscs its earth's greatest No. 91, NortU,6:X7 r. M, (Irab Orchard, Ky, Nn.x;, ln:l7 A, m. offices of county judge, county attor- healer. Quickly cures Skin Kruptlons, No. St, I.Kir. " ney, county clerk, shcrllT, jailer, rep- Old Sores, Holls, Ulcers, Folons;best resentative, assessor, school superin- l'llo euro made. Hollef is Instant. 2.V JOS. 8. BICE, Agent. tendent, magistrates of the Bcvcrnl nt Penny's Drug Store. Now Llvorv magisterial districts, constables, coroThcTruth Dopot Stroott issuf-fcrin"Sho behaves In such a silly way over ner and surveyor. Every person in this city who Phone 90, calls 2nd. All democrats who fire legal her fiance, the Count. Sho always from Eczema, Pimples, Dand scalp dis- voters of Lincoln county, or who will him "dear" In public." STANFORD, KENTUCKY rufi or any form of skin or "Oh, it's jus a bluff. As a matter ease, can find relief and be permanent- bo legal voters on tho 2nd day of Nopcomparatively cheaItchinc Skin Diseases ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi vember, 1909, are entitled to voto in of fact, ho was million." Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid external use. AH durcgiita cI1 ZEMC their respective precincts, nnd nro re- only cost hor father a paltry for external use. Zcmo gives instant quested to do so. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A tickling or dry cough can bo relief and permanently cures any form 3rd. Every candidate who desires to quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All have his name printed on tho ballots to Cough Hemedy. No opium, no chloroDruggists. Write for sample. E. W, be used In said primary election shall form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. on or before 12 o'clock midnight of the by Fenny 's Drug Store. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with Surgeon Dentist, tho treasurer of the committee the sum W.L.MCARTY STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. hereby fixed as the entrance fco in tho I FARM FOR It a candidate for Hherirr ot Lincoln counis a ty, subject to the, action ot the democratic in raco for the office for which he Office over McRoberts' Drug Store Thefnrmof UOacres, of Rood blue grass candidate, said sum so realized to be Prty. land, Mn one mile North of McKluney.on the Owsley Building. the Htnnford pike. Improvements and used in defraying the expenses of tho M. S. BAUGHMAN fencing good; plenty of nater nnd fruit. primary. At the same time the candi- Is a cnndldato for Hherlff of Lincoln county Also li acres ot tlmlered land one mile Knst of McK Inner: half under fence! plenty date shall give written tobacco Inwrtt Tebacos inri Jobacet chairman that ho desires notice a to the subject to tho action of the democratic of water nnd good j.a.iii land. Hen grow- nt? crop. to be candi- party. r.in, itnu. McKinney, Ky. larns. date, and namo tho office he seeks. JOHN J. MOSER Tho cntranco fco of candidates Bhall Nothing But Insurance. I, a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, of follows: For sheriff, ?40; for abject to the action of the Democratic-rtybe as county judge, $10; for county at D. torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for JAMES C HAYS I desire, to sell nrlvatcl v my stock of flro- The Insurance Min, jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for reprerles and Hardware. Dolnif n itood busi county, ness, win linoice nnout ueason resentative, $10; for school superintend- .sa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln STANFORD, KY. tabled to the action ot the Democratic 111 health. ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. IKO. n.lIOl'i'KK, Stanford. Ky. jarty. Residence l'liono 3; Olllce, t. 4th. The election shall be held in all Insure with mo and be fully DINK FARMER respects as required by statute relative Eczema is Curable protected. nominato primary elections, and a uniform Is a candidate for tho Democraticsubject to ZEMO, a scientific preparation foi county, .... Q,a ttrhlncr Inatantlv -for Jailer of Lincoln w,' externa. .i..... ballot shall be used in all voting pre- tionaction of tho democratic party. the and destroy the germa that cause skin cincts. The chairman of the commit disease, tciema cuicsiy yicma , W. A. CARSON tee is directed to cause to bo printed .i.. vmA hw tfcla remarlcahle .li. I..,.. r..i. Iiil1.,r nt I.lnpnln rnuntv. (or sam-Is n handsome, large young Jersey null, de- and distributed to the several voting t. Democratic medlclna. All Druggists. Write naala sUVa aaa) subject to tho action of tho Ca 1 scended from n lonjr iiml unbroken line n( rnea. kosc as. J pie. B. W. n precincts the necessary ballots and all party. most noted ImiU and cow on the the Jersey Knclnnd and America. Ills supplies necessary to tho legal conduct Penny's I)ruj Store. sire Is one n! the best bulls ever Imported . C. ALLEN and his ilnm Is n show cow thnt hns given B5 of tho election. In one If you ! riounds of rich milkLike or day. Likeness of is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- When Eth. Tho democratic county commitlHgets the Clothes ty, subject to tho action of tho Democratic some Ancestor" nnd hnve n strictly flood tee shall appoint officers to hold the partv. raw. von should fivnll vourself of tils ser liiuejnur measure taken by n tailor of low vice. He w III Iwitllowed to serve n limited election in each precinct, who shall be Thenourcluthes,Mhrtherit nutnlier of nDDroved. reulsterexl cows out price business suit or tho finest evening J. W. FOLEY side of our on n herd this yeur, for n fee of selected from lists furnished by all can clothes, will have that IndUlduallty and tit Peach. Mnke engagement before sending didates who desire to submit lists. The It a cnndldato for As.issor of Lincoln coun which plainly Indicate they were made to cow to lie breil. UKIIl OTTKIt, measmeasure. I wlllulsotako Htnnford, Ky. officers shall be as nearly divided as ty, subject to uiuuciion oi ine.uiuiutioiii. jour for extra trousers, fancy jour Telephono m. ests, top ure party. N. 11. We have to offer threo oxtrn choice coals and overcoats, lull and H Inter sampossible as to judges, clerks and sher bullciilves thnt will be sold nt right prices. ples on hand ready for) our Indirection. j. a. dOdderar ids among the various candidates. The II. C. IlUl'LKY.TheTntlor. Htaufurd, Ky. Is cundldnte forjisieisorof Lincoln CounKy., officers of the primary shall, as soon as ty nsubject to the.actloii ofalue democratic the polls are closed, which shall be done pnriy. You enn find our Htnniliird Ilemcdy, the yet known, at 4 P. M., proceed at once to count tho frentest blood mid liver medicine Hheumutlsm, Halt ltheuiu, Kid- ballots cast for each and every candiW. D. WALLIN ney Trouble and nil disease arising from As administrator of the estate of James Impure blood It hns no eiual. It Is date for office, and after counting same It n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- Melvln.deceal I will on under the pure food net of June ixi. they will place all ballots voted in the ty, subject to tho action of the democratic Til V ItMllA V. J AN. SI. I!".', iwtt,und Kiiiminteed by the manufacturer If party. At Ills residence, neur Otteuheliii, olTer for the Itemed)' 1. taken according to directions ballot boxes furnished by the commitsale pul'ltfly anil will "ell to the highest mid nnd if he or she Is not benefited by the use tiest ladder the following descrtl!,! iwrsonul of the Hemedy we will refund jour money. tee, scaling up the boxes as required by One ow and n shouts, la propertj, We etui do nothing nioie. Lach pnekage Is candidate for Assesorjof Lincoln counluirrelscoru. Kit botes of hay, lot of fodder, contnins 2Ut noses mum registered giinran-te- law, and, within two days thtreafter, ty,asubject to the action ol.the Democratic 'JU muuds of tohucco, 3.IU) Unirds, and mnlllngcnrd with fulllnsfuctlons, will patty. harness, plows and harrow, Si) w fcttml it to nnv mldresa bv mull on re the sheriffs and judges of election feet of lumlrerniiil n lut of household and celpt of SI per pneknge or six packages for deposit the boxes with the chairman of kitchen furniture. If taken In JA. lletter order a lo W. S.BURCH three The iiltoie proierty time j on might save n big doctor's bill, the county committee nt tho court Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin- months' time nnd tho will le sold on !' repurchaser will lleiuember If 3 mi tnkethe Hemedy accord- house in Stanford. The officers of the to execute coln county, subject to the nclloii of tho quiredsecurity for tnml, with upprotcdof the ing to Instruction, and are not hcnelltcd. the purchase price jou gel our iiouiir duck, iou win nut election in each precinct will make and Democratic party. iitoe property ; said lioiiili to ts'iir legal Inllnd the remedy In drug storei for sale. It sign a written statement showing the terest Iromdiiteof execution. sold only bv our duly authorized agents. Is M. F. NORTH T.J. III!. I.. Hit., itKL'UKN Williams, Agent. number of votes cast for each and evAdministrator, for County Attorney; of LinIs a office in the precinct, coln cnndldate subject to the actlonLof the ery candidate for county, puny. and place said statement in an envelope Democratic We Buy ! ITiW and deposit it in tho ballot boxes. .s T. I. HILL. JR.. made to Cth. Tho returns are to be The safest, surest and most iideUiitft safela a candidate for County Attorney of UnHides and the chairman of the county committee, til county, subject to tho action of tho guard for thu future Is n ollcy In Weol and should he bo absent from the coun- Democratic party. The Mutual Benefit Life Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax. Ciaaeng, ty, then to the secretary of tho comM. C. SAUFLEY Colden Scal.( YtlbwRooO. Mar Apple, Insurance Co. mittee, at the court house within two Wild Cinger, ate W aic dealers Judge of this, the It Is conspicuous for economlcnl iimnnge Is a days after the election. On the next l.ith candidate for circuit ia 1856 "Ottr half a century ia nuLUxd Judicial district, subject lo the action inent. of IIsdoIIcv contracts, fair LouJitiDe and caa do better (off you than dealing with Its members and lurgo returns day after the election the county com- of the Democratic party. to policy Holders. or comfmaaoa merchants. Reference, afatt mittee shall meet and canvass the remo company is just entering ill" any Baak ia LouiiriDe. Wrile (or weekly JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., turns of the election and make certifi- Is a candldiite for circuit Judge of this, tho SIXTY FOURTH YEAR pace tilt and stsptsag tags. I.UlKlUtrlct.kiibJect to thu ucllou of tho of it successful business career with more cate thereof. Rl. Babel A Sens, policy holders In Lincoln county than Democratic purty. 7th. The secretary of the committee LOUISVILLE, KY. ?29 E. Market St: all other coutiuintes combined. Write for particulars, stating ugeiind whether maris directed to give notice of this elecCHARLES A. HARDIN. ried or single to It. .M. NKWI.AMI, Hpccinl Agt. of Mercer county. Is n ciiiidldato for Comtion as is required by law. Mjers House Kbits, htuuford. monwealth's Attorney of this, tho 13th JuG. L. Penny, Chm'n. James I, While, dicial district, subject to tho action of thu Hollcltor for Itockcitttlo Co. democratic Hiriy. Sec'y. J. B. IIailry, JOHN C. PEPPLES. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Mahony & Rankin, Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- The Interior Journal. OFFICIAL CALL. SALE L. 5 THBLE EXCHANGE. Gtoaoee be sold CRAVENETTES. 818 Coat now SIR Coat now $12 HO Cont now $10 Coat now $11 U ALL-WOO- Sale! Q. O. CARTER, All the Winter Goods must 0 g at cost. L a OVERCOATS $0 13 8 18 (5 1 ' A. S. PRICE, IS Sir. Cont now 18 8 18 0 .18 SALE $12 60 Cont now 810 Coat now $7 60 Coat now s).r Coat now 08 08 18 f) I . I if . Stock i Jesse Wearen, for Sale. Merchandise $20 Suit now 817 BO Suit now $in Suit now 812 no Suits now $10 Suit now $7 no Suit now $n Suit now $in 12 18 Green Hots from 81 TiO to $.1 50 0 !)8 .1. II. StctXin Ilnta $3 no to 15 00 8 !IS Fancy lint Hands 2Cc to nOc (I 18 Tho iiirvtt lino of neck- 2,r)c to 60c 4 i)8 ttear, new and neat ,'J 18 Collars 15c, 2 for 26c Men s and Boys' Suits in Many Designs and Colors All-Wo- ol Adorina's Fox .i u. Go At a Sacrifice. Our high Top Shoes consist of many different styles and prices, ranging from $3.50 to $4.00. $s3.50 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 out of a leather hide. M a ( Ordering I ' r i k i At McKinney, PUBLICSALE! to-l- ti nwiiui-facture- d Men's Felt Boots, Jlen's and Women's Rubbers, AH Reduced Accordingly. c r w d i ' : h FURS Safeguard the Future Men's and Women's Sanitary, Heavy, Fleeced Lined Underwear. Best Quality THIRTY-NIN- E CENTS. 1 I :( J.L.Beazley&Co., aBeiii&TBHBBaaaaaaaaYfYRBaav tiaBBaaaalauS I 4 DmlertaKers and Embalm-er- . Also Dealers iu Fur- niture, Mattings, Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STAMFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, ft V ; Undertaker? Embalmer and Dealer in Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, Osse Ptiont, 107, KY- Home 1'tion S3. Fort Sale. 700 shocks of fodder. W W. Warren. John B. Fo3ter sold to W. C, Floyd five yearling mules for $557 50. . H. and J. Young sold in Harrodr-bur200 cattle at 3 and 4J cents. Adair News. Fort Sale. Duroc Jersey sow with seven pigs four months old. J. C. Bailey. Crab Orchard, Ky. K. A. Williams has sold his farm near Salvisa, Mercer county, to a Lexington party at $75. Foit Sale. 33 coming 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 H. Kenney sold his 1C0 acre farm near Midway to Thomas E. Kce-neof SpringfielJ, for $20,000. Two carloads of horses, collected for shipment to Texas, were burned at a fire in a livery barn in Colorado City, Col. Gen. John B. Castleman has sold tho Clifton stock farm near Shakertown, in Mercer county, to S. i Nell, of Jessamine county, who owns land adjoining. Buyers are searching Kentucky for 150 black horses to be used by tho famous cavalry troops of Cleveland, O., which will act as escort to President Taft in the inaugural parade. Sarah F. Carter, of Versailles, his purchased from John Thompson and L. Kinkton tho "I'inkcrton Farm" of 103 acres, two miles west of Versailles. The price was over $130 per acre. Stockmen of Southern Kentucky are claiming an advance in piices for mules J and also say that the demand grows g, 120-acr- c y, ty ; subject to thu action of tho democratic party. Is a candidate for The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented. Call around early while you can get your size. Also a nico lino of Dry Goods and Notions. Call around; we will take pleasure in showing you any time. W, W. WHITE Attetorof Lincoln conn-- t subject to tho action of tho Democratic j. party. JAMES P. BAILEY candidate for Juduc of the Lincoln county court, subject to thu action of tho lieiuocraiio party. W. H. SHANKS Is a candidate Tor re.noiiilnatlon for of Lincoln county, subject to thu action of the Democratic purty. In' it Itepre-tentati- INSURANCE, Fire, Life, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank. Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Clght of thu leading co in Dailies of the GARLAND SINGLETON world ruiiresxnUd. tJiiiiliiUolii rates with f fif.nnillfli.fn fur KlttMirlntt'lldfllt Of l'llbllC ull the companies of the world. lAs-pay- a law Hchools of Lincoln county, subject t thu llig recoru uiisurpusseuthisruer mm Losses agency. suit In tho history of action of the liemocrnllc party. o promptly pain ami without uimouih, Halting tUflnys) for your money, lleforo In JAMES F. HOLDAM suring, cull on ianriimlidntu for circuit clerk of Lincoln county, subject to the ucllou of the Demo- MAHONY & cratic purty. JFirst Tfational 3&anrj Stanford, Jty. OrganiMttt. SSZ Capital Stoctr, Surplus ftnii Wniii'vMtJ Proftli. SSO.OOO. SW.OOO. RANKIN, I n SWOPF. candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln (unity, subject to the action of the purty. In u IHmiiu-crut- The Iiiitiratico Men of Stnnforil. LESLIE ANDERSON Is u candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln subject to tho action of the Democounty, Pain in tha head rain anywhere, has its causa, cratic, purty. Fain licongMtlon. pain Is blood rressuro nothlnf OFFICERS. slsa usually. At least, so says Dr. Utinnp. anil to It he has Treated a little pink Ublt u Thai A. R. WALLACE S. I locker, President,, Bmve callud Dr. tihoop's llruilarha Tabltt I. Is n cundldato for Coroner of Lincoln coun- coaxes blood pressure away from pain renters. S. T. Harris, ty, subject lo the ucllou of the Democratic Its effect Is charuuni, pleasingly delltbtful. Gently, priinury Keb.0, llAV. though safely, It surely equauxes tho blood circuJohn J. McHobertj, Cishier; lation. If iou have a headache, it's blood pressure. II, C. Uaughman, Assl. Cash'r ZORAP. SMITH If it's painful periods with women, mine causa. If you aro sleepless, restless, nerrrus. It's blood Is it candidate for iiiuKlstratu In thu II ustoii. W.W.Saunileri.Uoolikeeper, Is a vllle district, subject to thu action of thu congestion bloisl pressure, that surely stop certainty, for Dr. Snoop's Headache Tabku lHiiuocrallc purty. it In 'JO miliums, and the tablets simply diitribuia the unnatural blood pressure. W. M DUDDERAR Bruise four tinier, and doesn't It fet red, and Is it cnndldate lor muKlstrtitu of the Hut-towell, and pain Tout Of course It does. It's con. Hie district, subject to the uctloilut tuo station, blood pressure. You'll find It when pala Democratic arty. V always, itssimpiy uommon neose. ceuU, and chearf ull r W sell a t. 1 PAIN Jfas paid in 'Diuidanjs since Organization, f $21, 500, Snvito 7auf Jfocounts on Our 7rrj K. Held, DIRECTORS. )ll. Daugliman, M. 1), III more, J, M, Pettui, S. II. Uaughman, S. T. Harris. T. I'. Hill, C. J, 1', Cummins, J no. C. Itoblnson, J. S. Hocker, U. Tate, If you MC.HELM.SR., Is u cundldnte for niHUlitrate In the district, subject to the ucllou of thu Democratic purty. JAMESMcKECHNIE Is a cundldato for Muulitrute In Htuuford District, subject to the uctlon of tho Democratic party. Headache Tablets PENNY'S MUG STORE. u.-wm Dr. Shoop's want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Pur- fill- est Drugs, Call on me. W. B. t..?4 McRoberts0.0"' U -- - 1 ,.,. ,wMji-.- sit Wv i - U T . j , J tkV MiJ,jag tlmf 8.r. - .i .'