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I 1 r I THR INTERIOF JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 191909t 91tMcKINNEY Mrs D S Riffs Is Improving after a three weeks Illness Miss Nora Lane is threatened with pneumonia Happy Jack tho miller tells us ho will have a car of tho best Glen Mary coal which ho will sell nt 12c 11 token from tho car at once V M Rice sold his farm known as tho Oby Anderson place to W II Mr Whorter for 2500 Tho place contains 25 acres and possession was gIVen at I onto I F M Ware and It S Scudder ship pod a car of timothy hay and straw to A D Mlraclo at Pine Knot E 0 Gooch bought of A D Root a car of good timothy hay at 12 per ton t J A Dudderar candidate for asses sor was hero shaking hands with tho people He does not stand back on tho weather arid If there Is any virtue in a hearty hand shako ho has things going his way Dont Got A Divorce A western Judge granted a divorce on account of ill Wmlwr and bad breath Dr Kings Now Life Pills would have prevented It They euro Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble tho Illtemper dispel colds banish head acbos conquer chills 25o at Pennys Drug Store 4 Eight men of Stephens county Kan were Indicted by the Federal grand Jury on tho charge that they employed night rider tactics to rid their com munity of Major Stokes and his niece colored Tho technical charge is t Intimidation and depriving the plaintiffs- of their constitutional rights There Is no case on record of a cough cold or la grippe developing Into pneumonia after Folpys Honey J and Tar has been taken as It cures the most obstinate deep seated coughs and colds Why take anything olso Now Stanford Drug Co In a Bristolcounty Mass storo there was lasted on Jan 1 tho follow ing sign Man Is mado of dust Dust settles Are you a man 1 FOR SALE I tthori popower tiollomiHl riiRlnc had saw mill for emir Vl aril tinier or twill Oil A KMMAMXOUtlllKlUI Ky roitollleo WnyixMlmrii Ky ao NICE HOME AT AUCTION I will nt public auction nt S oclock MATIHKAY AKTKHNOON JAN 10TH nt my home In rah OrehnfJ Ill II rot tncfl of nvvroom with thaw porrh goo4- well on lack Nlcu torrbulldtn of two room o4rmjnlr If Abundanceoof Itigi In KO fruit One ecru In lot unit It n nplenUld gnr t den Nnltlwilt occINTFKNltIItiI N Urnb Orchard Ky To Our Customers Present and Prospective Tho Indian Refining Company has now been doing business In and around Stanford about a year and wo tako this opportunity to assure our many customers our sincere appre olatlon of their and our earnest desire to servo them at all times and also to solicit now business Il is n well knuwnfact that our ccira petltor has been active and strenuous In their efforts to tako away our hue Iness but in tho face their of forts we have a fnlr nor cent of Uo trade for which wo aro grateful to a generous public A fair share of tho busings all wo ask and hope that our friends can seo their way clear to continuo to 0 us this Wo have u fully equipped distributing station at Douville antI carry n complete inn of burning oils and gasoline and an make Immediate shipments of nil rades of lubricating oils and greases om our refinery at Georgetown Ky o largest manufacturing institution the State Wo are absolutely Indo ndent uf the trust and to again ore this wo publish tho sworn atcmcnt of the president of our in itutlonShould any person make the state ont to you that wo are port of any her have them put the ntomcnt in wrltlOithen send us the ntcmont it to tho Ic al authorities and thcso un utnful statements will cease Wo eve many unsolicited testimonials as the of our goods and only sk tho prospective customers to glvo a fair trial lot the results spoak themselvesWo no Peddler Wagons yoursINDIAN O Co W C WotTOKi Agent Danvlllo Ky Branch Cincinnati 0 Oct 31 1908 To WHOM IT MAY CONC IlN The undersigned upon oath de dares and says tho Indian Refining Company of Georgetown Ky s ndopenuent of the Standard Oil ompanyvand Its branches and Indo endent of tiny other Company car or Interest and that It is not subsidiary Company of arty other by association contract r understanding and that no other 1 dealing corporation or assocla on owns an Interest in this Company RICHMOND LKVKIUNO V President Indian HoQnlng Co o State of Ohio 1S8 County of Hamilton Subscribed and sworn to before II Notary Public In and for said cr sty this 30th day of October 1003 RAYMOND TULLIS v try Public Hamilton County O N Here and There rSenator Frazier will address tho Son ato Wednesday on tho Brown vllio affair Henry E Ware a member of tho Fayetto county board of tho Burley so ciety died at his homo In that county Fire destroyed six garages and be tween 300 and 400 automobiles at Bos ton Tho damage Is estimated at 800 000 No lives wero lost H Enos Hlghtowcr located in Iincyillc robbed a jewelry store and was given a sentence of threo years in tho peahen tiary within less than a week Eightytwo persons have been arrested Rt Messina up to tho present time for stealing during the confusion loci dent to tho earthquake disaster Justice Julia D Payne for years magistrate In tho second district of Fayotto county and a well known law yer of pio Lexington bar Is dead Thirty damage suits growing out of the Iroquois Theater fire in Chicago havo been settled by ono of the construction companies which agreed to pay 750 for each person lost After shooting and killing two men and wounding a third John Brooks a blacksmith residing near Pleasanton la turned tho weapon on himself and fell dead across the body of one of his victimsWill Woods former cashier of tho defunct Woods National flank of San Antonio Tex was found guilty in tho Federal court on five counts for the m application of funds of tho bank Tho trial at Nashville Tenn of Col Duncan Cooper Robin Cooper and John D Sharp charged with tho murder of former Senator Edward W Carmack begins tomorrow Tho accused will argue selfdefense- In tho circuit court at Greenfield Ind Judge Mason annulled the marriage of George Rhodius and Elma Dare on tho ground that Rhodium was not of sound mind when tho marriige took place at LOuisville Twenty persons wpre killed and 30 were in a wreck on tho Denver and Rio Grande railroad near Glen wood Springs Col A passenger and freight came together headon through a misunderstanding of orders Six Washington newspaper corre spondents Including representatives of the Now York jVorld and the Indionap oils News summoned before n Federal grand jury in connection with charges concerning the purchase of tho Panama Canal Capt Bowyer of the battleship Illi nois who has had his men searching the ruius of the Consular building at Messina cabled to the Navy depart ment that tho bodies of tho American Consul Arthur S Cheney and Mrs Cheney have hen found- OTTENHEIM W L Chandler bought a marc from G D Boono for 120 About 60 per cent of our farmers are talklngof raising a tobacco crop this year Joseph Marahbanks of Garrard is in this section for few days visit toI relatives TJItro has been a good deal of discus slon In this section about how often tho sun has been seen this month Clarence Woods Is preparing to move to Pino Hill T C Mcnuul has return ed from Pino lull where ho has a little nephew who was seriously ill The is the son of Elza Manuel section foreman of Pine 11111 It is n good thing that tho primary comes off in midwinter for thero arc a great many who would loso their crops If it should como off in crop time as they devote n great deal of time arguing over who is tho nicest man and in fact they havo got a nice lot to se lect from A AuthorsState front For several years I was aenltell witbI kidney trouble and last Winter I was suddenly slrlcTfenwitlf usoVero pulli In ray kidneys and wa confined to bed eight days unablo to get up without assistance My urlno contained a thick whlio sedlnont and I passed same frequently day and night I Commenced taking Foley s Kidney Remedy and tho pain gradually abateI ed and finally ceased and my urlno became normal I cheerfully recom mend Foloys ktdnoy Remedy Now Stanford DrugCo i Wo shot In solfdefenso and will b6 cleared exclaimed Grover and George jailforkilling of Ethel and Sid Ransom broth ers and the wounding of several others In a shooting affray on tho streets of WilliamstownBravo Fire Laddies Often receive severe burns putting oul fires then use Bucklena Arnica Salvo and forget them It soon drives outI pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Jrulses Us earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Soros Boils Ulcers Felons best Pile euro made Relief Is Instant 25c at Pennys Drug Store V NEWS NOTES Charles II Cox cashier of tho Farmers National Bank of Cynthtann dead J Reno Harris was elected cashier of tho Bank of Flnchvlllo over 21 appli cantsIJohn D Rockefeller and party aura boring 14 arrived at Augusta Co for u tilay of several weeks A new bank with a capital stock of 20000 has been organized at Littl o Rock This now gives Bourbon county 11 banks William H Graves aged 82 a prom inent citizen of Versailles is dead of heart disease Ho was a soldier in tho Mexican War Banker Anderson who was tried on tho charge of false swearing was en three years in tho penitentiary at his trial at Owcnsborp Porter Poison 20 years old was sen tenced to life imprisonment for the murder of his mother in law Mrs Julio Brown at Albany Clinton county Harry Keener accused by Miss Lo rena Tawser of killing a man last July on his farm In North Cedorus township near York Pa admitted tho crime Two hundred and forty men were en tombed by an explosion in a coal mine In Hungary Fortyfive bodies have been recovered and 1C survivors rescued Vice Admiral Rojestvensky who win as command of tho Russian fleet which was badly defeated by the Japanese under Togo died of neuralgia of the heart at St Petersburg Examination of tho brain of Rev John H Carmichael who killed Gideon Browning in tho Rattlo Run church and then committed suicide showed that h had been a sufferer from acute mania Isaac E Lambert a prominent attor neyand politician of Kansas lost his life in tho burning of the Copeland hotel at Topeka Fourteen persons were injured and many of tho guests compelled to jump from windows After killing Patrolman Smith and wounding a girl in a public house at Omaha Neb Albert Clark of Denver was himself shot while trying to escape from the police Before ho was cap tured however ho wounded Patrolman Deveresse William A Anderson a conductor on thq Chesapeake Ohio railroad branch lino from Catlcttaburg to Pikcvillc was robbed and murdered After Anderson was dead tho murderers carried his body out on to n high trestlo sad bound it to the rails where it was struck by a train and horribly mangled Thornton J Rains was acquitted of the charge of murder in tho first de greo which grew out of the killing of William E Annie at tho Bayside Yacht Club August 15 mos Hains stood guard over his brother Capt Peter C Rains Jr whilo the latter shot down Annis but did not actually participate in the shooting Ills brother Capt hams has not yet been put on trial Elbert L Morgan charged with wrecking the Friendly W Va First National ankwas sentenced to a fiveyear term in the State peniten tiary by Judge A G Dayton in the United States Court at Parkersburg W Va The indictment against Morgan charged him with misappropriating 5000 The bank of which he was the cashier is now in the hands of a recelv cr A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was holdup in his work health IInllI happiness by what was believed to boI hopeless Consumption writes W nILipscomb of Washington Jf C Ho took rill Kinds of remedies and treat ment from several doctors but found no help till ho used Dr Kings NewI Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Ho Is atoll man today Its quick to relieve and tho surest euro for weak or sore lungs Hemor rhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grlppo Asthma and all Bronchial I aiTectlons f0c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Vicksburg Is greatly excited ovar the disappearance of Miss Madge Nield daughter of a prominent traveling mnnI who has pot been seen since atttending a music lesson Thurday afternoon Kid naplng is suspected as every other the ory has been elplo nedIIf you will tako Foloys Orino Laxa tivo until tho bowels become regular you will not have to tako purgatives constantly as Foleys Orlno Laxa tive positively cures chronic constipa Lion and sluggish liver Pleasant to tako Now Stanford Drug Co By unanimous vote the House of Representatives granted the franking privilege to Mrs Benjamin Harrison and Mrs Grover Cleveland widows of former presidents ProYontlcs hose Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Try them onco and soo NH25c Sold by Penny IlI Drug Stores r I d J IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Richmond rooters will build a basis ball park in that cltv James W Dick aged 73 Is dead in Casey He left a wife and eight grown childrenActing Gov Cox pardoned Robert Setser convicted of forgery and sent to tho penitentiary for threo years from Whitley county Bessie PhillipsIthe IGyearolddaugh ter of Dr W F Phillips of Wilmore Is at the point of death of Ja complica tion of diseases Moses West said to bo over an hun dred yenta old Is dead at Mitchcllsburg Ills wife who Is almost as aged survives him Advocate A movement backed by Harrods burg capitalists Is on foot to builda trolley linofrom Harrodsburg through Perryvillo to Brumfield a distance of 14 miles Matt Young who shot Deputy Sher iff Logan Young to death in Jessamine county when the latter attempted to arrest him during Ihe holidays has been adjudged insane Alfred Donor who was badly wound ed at Camp Nelson by an explosion of dynamite died of his injuries Saturday Ho was attempting to throw tho ex plosive when it let go Arrangements have been completed by business men for tho erection of six modern brick business houses in Paint Lick Some months ago the business section of the town was burned- A certain Harrodsburg girl recently sent 25 cents for a recipe to promote and preserve beauty She received the following replyMind your mother nightsheraldeTho Cincinnati Enquirer says that the business men of Ludlow are very much worked up over tho report that all the men in tho railroad shops thero will be transferred to Somerset and that the change will not be made later than springThe trial of Wado Hurd who was charged with forging a check for 15 on Thomas Baker of Berea was brought to a sensational climax at Richmond when learn Cox a young man appeared in court and confessed to the forgery and exonerated Hurd The examining trial of Andrew Broughton and Charles Major charged with killing Mrs Annie Major at Buena Vista Garrard county was postponed until January 23 on account of the ab sence of James Poynter said to be an eyewitness Broughton and Major ore still in jail At tho annual meeting of the Gar rard County Fair Association July 28 29 and 30 were selected for the dates of tho fair The following officers were elected J Y Robinson president H T Logan first vice president R M West second vice president R L El kin secretary and treasurer Lancas ter Record Resolutions of Respect Waynesburg Tent No 55 K O T M met in their hall Jan 1C 1909 and adopted the following resolutions Again has death invaded our ranks and taken away from us a worthy mem her of our order an upright citizen a truo friend and brother Sir Knight R D Padgett one of our charter mem bers whoso death wo deeply deplore and who departed this life Jan 13th therefore be itresolved 1st That wo extend our heartfelt sympathy to his children his many relatives and friends and assure them that their loss Is oi jg and their grief is our grief 2nd That tho badge of mourning bo worn by the Sir Knights for 30 days that the charter be draped in mourning for tho same length of time 3rd That h copy of theso resolutions ba spread on our minute book a copy sent to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for pu- bIlcatallpd a copy be given to tho tam r brother Hendricks Hayes D W Caldwoll J W Sweeney committee Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak insido controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and seo bow quickly good health will come to you again Test It and see I Sold by Pen nys DrugStoro rho cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fine In flavor and Is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store The receivers of +tJamestown Ex position filed a consolidated bill in tho Federal court In which 1272 delinquent Jamestown Exposition stock subscribers are sued for balances The Baltimore Sun says Lay on Mc J illman good and rough until he cries- o It Hold J HOUSEeFriday Eve Jan 22 JED CARLTON x Presents V BEATRICE CORDON 4 a- IN Was She to BlamesKA dramatization of BERTHA M CLAYS beautiful story A BITTER ATONEMENT a complete stage production special scenery competent cast If there is any humor in your makeup you will laugh till you cry If your heart hasa tender spot this play will reach it Seats on Sale at McRoberts Drug Store Trices 25 CO and 75c A- OVEROORTS t AND i winter SuJt a rATI COST Cummins fie Weaten STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTRIC RANGES The Range to buyafull saver n money maker tho best baker A large lino df select from und jwo will appreciate a call GEORGE H FARRIS StanfordI q t The Interior Journal EC WALTON APPELLATE JUDGE E C OREAR In a statement calls on Gov Willson to convene the General Assembly in spec x lat session to consider the county unit bill He says if free from entangle ments he believes the bill would pass because a majority of the people of Kentucky want it and the people should rule Among other reasons he gives are that it is the greatest public question of the day and it should be settled now to save the State expense At every session ha says this measure comes up and much of the time of the Gener consideringitance and bringing about a waste of time and money He says too that the present republican administration is committed to pass this measure and it should lose no reasonable opportunity in carrying out its platform promises DAMAGES in the sum of 50000 are naked in a suit filed in the United 4 States Court at Paducah by C W y bRucker of Metropolis III against 210 alleged night riders The majority of the defendants are residents of Lyon county and many of them are promi nent in Western Kentucky The plain tiff Vas Police Judge of Eddyville when he claims the defendants compelled him to walk barefooted to the Cumberland River in his night clothes where they s beat him unmercifully with clubs 50 i I 000 will be a small reparation for such brutal treatment and we hope Mr Rucker will get all he asks for and live to see the scoundrels who so roughly handled him wearing the regulation 1 stripes behind prison walls A LARGE number of young people in r Cleveland have resolved to live fortwo weeks as Christwould The movement has assumed a scope far beyond the ex gJ pectations of its promote s Fully 10 000 volunteers have officially joined the movement byattempting the test and 4piedgingttbemselves to walk in His are taking an interest and aret ruminating on what Jesus would He were a city offi cllIFJohn W Kern defeated candidate for U S Senator from Indiana is the man we have considered him he will not give out any farther statement about his political loss Frauds may have been committed and pledges broken but Mrs Kern will neither remedy matters nor make himself stronger with theIlike a man TimE Grand Army of the Republic desires a national celebration of the lOOdth h anniversary of the birth of Lincoln on- t I Feb 12 and has asked President Roose velt to issue proclamation to the coun try inviting and urging such a celebra tion LOUISVILLE is coming by leaps and bounds now Lastweek there were 30 more births than deaths If this ratio ffiskept up long enough darkdismal Lon will be but a village compared with the great Falls City r TCousiN CARRIE NATION is keeping ofm+ castle on Tyne for Smashing a saloon and went tq jail as usual IN a speech in Georgia President + elect Taft made friends of the spinsters when he stated that matrimony was not necessary and that the old maid was a blessing nr POLITICAL YRepresentative Charles B Landis of would not accept the office of public printer President Roosevelt sent a special message to Congress vetoing the bill tot construct a dam across the James river in Missouri John W Kern gave out a statement in which he charges that all sorts of treachery corruption and double deal ing were responsible for his defeat 4President Roosevelt has decided to spend the 500000 appropriated by Con gress for the relief of the Italian earth quake sufferers in the erection of about 3000 modest frame dwellings- Af bill to guarantee bank deposits was introduced in the Indiana State Senate by Senator Grube of Kosciusko and and Marshall counties National banks are exempt from its provision Representative Edwards of Ken tocto Daniel Boone at Cumberland Gap L Kentuckytto Presidentelect Taft denied that there had been a break between him 4 and the other State officials lie said that cordial relations existed between j him and his official family Opposition will be made to the ap pointment of former Gov Herrick of l Ohio as Secretary of the Treasury by persons interested in the conservation I s of national resources It is alleged the former Governor has secured water toto rights in which ho IsnteretedIt t l fCo ott A bill to substitute electrocution for hanging haa been introduced in the Tennessee Legislature Several State Legislatures will meet this week and elect United States Sen ators Of these the fight in Illinois and the choosing of Secretary Root in New York will be of especial Interest Should Senator Foraker receive from the secretary of the treasury the re quested information as to how the emergency fund of 1899 amounting to 3000000 was expended he is expect ed to make another speech that may reintroduce the Brownsville affair Senator Tillman made a speech in the Senate in which he added tho names of Attorney General Bonaparte and Post master General Meyer as members of President Roosevelts Ananias The Senator said he was clubI anything even the assassins William H Taft was the guest of honor at a big nonpartisan banquet at Atlanta Ga The Presidentelect was warmly greeted on his trip to Atlanta and made a number of rearplatform speeches In his address at the banquet he promised to do his utmost to appoint men of good character to Federal of fices in the South The House Committee on Rivers and Harbors voted against a general ap propriation bill for river and harbor improvement The committee will report a bill providing for carr important work already begun lngonI veys and urgent projects for anytemergencies which may arise This bill probably will not carry to ex ceed 10000000 At Munfordsville Judge Jones handed down an opinion granting an injunction restraining the committee from meet ing at Elizabethtown Feb 2 to award the certificate in the race for the dem ocratic nomination for Commonwealths attorney On the face of the returns J Lewis Williams of Barren won in the primary but Judge Frank Daugh erty of Nelson is contesting the elec tion on the grounds that Williams uted money and whisky in violation of the contract entered into- Resolutions of Respect The Lincoln County Medical Society in session assembled learning with sincere regret that this society is to be deprived of the services of one of our best citizens andjmost efficient pharmacists therefore be it resolved 1st That this society recommend W K Shugars to the people where he may choose to locate as a gentleman of the highest type a citizen of the broadest views and a pharmacist skilled in the art of compounding the most difficult prescriptions2nd counter prescribes or recommends proprietaryor patent medicines 3rd He never comments on or criti cises prescriptions by word or look 4th That if any clerical error be discerned in a prescription he most suavely postpones filling the precription until the physycian can be consulted and the prescription corrected 5th That a physicianlmay rest perfectly easy when in the hands of Mr Shugars that ho will be given a square deal that everything entrusted to his care will be given his most painstaking care and supervision Lastly we recommend that he receive a share of the patronage at the hands of the physicians and the public is our sincere Desire W F HICKLE Secy MATRIMONIAL C J Bronston the Lexington law yer has brought suit for divorce- N D Bradley and Miss Katie Bailey will be married at Crab Orchard today Freddie Padgett 19 and Miss Ruth Lovelace 13 of the Waynesburg sec tion will be made one by Rev J M Cook at Highland today The last Sunday in February is Field Day for tho Anti Saloon League of Stanford and all four of the churches will be occupied that day by visiting preachersThe of Miss Lena Hemen way daughter of Senator Hemenway and A Bennett Gates of Indianapolis took place at the New Willard Hotel Washington City Editor James W Simpson of the Monticello Outlook and Miss Elnora Robinson eldest daughter of Dr A T Robinson of Berea were united in marriage last week Miss Bertha Brown daughter of Mr and Mrs R S Brown and David Jones both of Garrard were married at the residence of the brides parents Eld FM Tinder performing the ceremony Tho fight of the Prohibitionists started in the general assembly at Columbia S C when three bills were intro duced in both houses as follows To provide Statewide prohibition to disposition option 5000 Simple Remedy For La Grippe Racking la grippe coughs that may dfivelop Into pneumonia over night are quldkiy cured by Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and in flamed lungs are healedand strengthened anal a dangerous condition is quickly averted New Stanford Drug Co hrcol J CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach atI McKmney next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclockThe religious papers of America pub lish 152t59067 copies each a week this includes Sunday school literature James R Allen and Miss Nannie Mills of Eliisburg Casey county were married at Perryvillo at the residence of G L Minor The 1760 Baptist churches in Kentucky have 45 women auxilliaries 142 Sunbeam bands and 242 womens mis sionary societies Elder J F Mahoney of Paddy Shelby county has accepted the charge of the Christian church at Highland countyI foreign mis were 25 over the same month the preceding year Aconvcntion of Bible students for the purpose of pushing the adult Bible class movement In Kentucky will be held In Louisville February 11 and 12 Louisville Baptists will next month arrange for the Southern Baptist con vention which will meet in Louisville in May Over 4000 delegates and visitors are expected The members of the Christian church are contemplating the building of a parsonage lion W H Shanks is the chairman of the committee to look after the matter The Mid Year Missionary Rally of the Kentucky Conference held at Wil more last week was a great success It was one of tho most enthusiastic meetings tho Kentucky Conference has ever held Mr Stubbs a lawyer of Atlanta Ga was the principle speak er B The Sunday School at Omer Chapel Rowland is ono of the very best in Lin coin county The attendance is always largo and much interest is manifested in it Mrs Henry D Phillips of this place and Mr N W Fowle of Row land are the moving spirits in the good enterprise and they are deserving of much praise for their grand work President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Home at Macon Gaiwho writes We leave used Electric Bitters In this Institution for nine years It has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We retard it as one of the est family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids diges tion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people It has no equal Best for female complaints Only 60e at Pennys Drugstore William H Taft in un address to Ne groes at the colored Y M C A at Augusta said that the race question was one for the Negroes themselves to solve and that they could do it by be coming industrious citizens and making themselves indispensable in the com munities in which they live The 20th annual meeting of the Unit ed Mine Workers of America will hegin today at Indianapolis A hard fight will be made on President Lewis the faction headed by John Walker who was defeated for the presidency Appropriation bills will claim the at tention of Houses of Congress Cora portion Of the time during the pres ent week John Terrill colored lost both legs by falling between cars while attempt ing to climb on a moving train at Be reaJohn Lewis colored aged 18 years accidentally shot and killed Esquire Lewis aged 11 years at Nicholasvillo This is Presidentelect Tafts last tdeparture Police Judge J L Cogar is dead V Midway n NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP J have opetNxl n blacksmith end general repair ibou nt my horse the nlil tollgate property on the HtnllroNYlke near tonvlllo nut ask uubllo pn troimsu iAULJESMEllustonv- llleKySheriffs SaIerT- axes s I MONDAY FEB 809 Being the lit day of the February term of the Lincoln county court l will between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock P Mooin front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and bat bidder for cash in hand the following lists oro much ai will pay taxes cost and penalty At fast as payments are made the names will disappearThe set opposite each name includes 6 per cent penalty andfcost of advertising I T J HILL Sheriff STANFORpWHITE a Barnett Mrs Elizabeth houte and lot 315 Bright J Wn r 150 acres 47 75 ceilings Mrs Bettie 40 acres I 60 Carpenter Dovie and Bettie house and lot tor 19078 35 15 r DawevC L 30 acre 3 ISI Elliott Bill 25 acres 2 Green Thomas F n r 110 acre 7 30 Johnson Mri M D acre I 3 95 Leasure Joe 14 acres 4 50 Manuel Thomas 5 are 19078 credit 180 balance 4 95 Mason M 0 n r 50 acts 260 Stephenson Dare 17 acres 9 90 Yeller Dan and John n r 1 acre 155 STANFORDCOLORED Anderson S DIacre 5 25 Bright Caleb land 365 Hayden Tim town lot 420 Hocker Alfa Iacre 6 25 Jackson J S Und 3 65 Lillard Edward hrt lot 3 15 Logan Isaac I acre 625 Mulling Wilson 3 acres t 3 65 Pleasant Jim Iacre 4 20 Stewart hrs land credit 125 balance 2 90 Thomas Franca 3 aCIeti 2 10 Wade Davidson n r I acre I 55 Warren Lou lot 315 WAYNESBURGWHITE Alford N M 23 acres 4 20 Austin Mn Sarah 75 acre 6 20 Bastin hrs L M 140 urn2S0BaughSilat 32 acres 510 Baugh Isaac 153 acre 7 05 Boone Nub 3 acre 3 40 Bastin J D acrotl610 Baslin Miry E 144 acres 8 35 Buckley Wm n r 127 acres 265 Collier J Hand R Gland 450 Delaney Phil Iace 5 35 Davidson Jamei60 acres 575 Floyd J B 39 acret 475 Gillam J C n t lotto 155 Gosh Sam 10 acret 2 90 Haggard W C 65 acretI 550 Hragley Ceo A n r 166 ores 285 Heath Thomas n I 55 acres 390 Hiau B D 15aerot 10 95 Kenny Jat 8 acre 65 McDonald M C hrt lot Jf5 McKenzie Mack n r lot 4 75 Meredith James 153 acres credit 170 balance 7 25 Moose D M 20 ace J 65 Osborne Jamet 100 acres 5 15 Pitman W R 1 34 acres 4 75 Reynold W P 33 acre 4 75 Riley Mrs Alta 109 sacs 3 90 Rutherford John 80 acres 85 Sims J W 2Sacre 3 40 Singleton A K 172 acre 850 Somonis Charles n i 177 acres 9 35 Smith Eva 200 acre 4 15 Stull Belle 51 urn 2 10 Lpthegrove hri 75 acrei 2 60 Wikher J B 150 acres 5 IS Young Sallie 14 acret 19078 190 Young Mn P A 15 acre 240 Young W Af acre 2 90 HUSTONVluE WHITE Austin Ed 5 acres 475 Bastin Henry hrs 5 acre I 55 Carson Joe 14 acret 4 90 Catswell John n r 14 acres 415 Collier C Cn r 2 acret I 55 Curtis Allen 33 acres 4 95 Clark Thomas 50 acre 2 10 Dell Silas 32 acres 3 15 Davidson S N hrs town lot 3 35 Dye James 9 acres credit 150 160 Egbert Frank 25 acres 4 10 Elliott S C n r 28 acres 14 55 Elliott Lou n r 9 acts 2 60 Eta Eliza 4 acres 2 10 Eta Beltie 19 icier 2 10 Evans Eliza n r 20 acre 3 60 Fletcher J F 12 acre 3 65 Hughes Claude town tot 6 30 McGinnu Arthur town lot 6 80 Napier J R hri 83 acre 35 50 Nuener Ed lot r 3 75 Richards G A 28 acres 4 20 Robinson James lot 315 Shoen Henry 30 acre 315 Schwab Albert 33 acres 580 Spaw Ellen n r Iacre 155 Waggoner Thomas 150 urn 4 20 Walls Walter 10 acres credit 2JO balance 2 10 Walls W H 10 acret 400 Wilcher Ceo 25 acres 2 90 Wright Susan R lot 3 60 Wright Ceo lot 3 15- Yates del lot 155 Vocum A A and W C60 acres 18 10 Yocura Amelia 10 acres 3 15 HUSTONV1LLECOLORED Bailey Thomas 12 acre 3 65 Qarficld Will 5 acre 4 7S Compton Ed lot 3 15 Cooper Richard lot 3 65 Givens Ellen 2 loll 2 60 Gill pie Green lot 3 15 Goode Ed lot 365 Hall Cal lot 260 Hocker Mack 14 acre 5 80 McCormick Ceo Jrloli 315 Meadoei Jake acre 475 Powell Will lot I 6 8S Ross Henry n r 12 sine 2 15 Singleton Henry lot 3 65 Smith Patsy lot 155- CRAB ORCHARD WHITE Bobbin F F 59 acres 8 50 Farris Mn Emma lot 4 15 Guest J W 175 acts 36 90 Hint A Mn r 197 acres 18 95 Hutchison James n r 92 acrei II 40 Krueger Fred n r 64 acre 390 Marcum Mrs Amelia too tiara 9 40 Reese Jennie 10acrea2 10 Siler Elder 125 acre 8 85 Todd H 22Jacret 5 20 CRAB ORCHARDCOLORED Bulcher Silva 12 acre 130 Butcher Mary lot V 55 Dollings Ceo 2 acres credit 65cj bal 2 05 Quest Jennie lot 210 Hayes Willard 1 acre 2 90 Humber Effiel2 acre I 30 Penmngtoni Ceo 9 eau 3 65 Slaughter Mattie lot l 30 T J HILL Sheri c LL t1J KyILT4 f f We have about 50 MENS SUITS only f one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE rather than c style can not afford to miss They are not damaged not shelf worn a few of them are I a little soiled Not a Suit in the lot NORTHI LESS than 10 Most of Them 15 Suits Some of Them 20 Suitsi We want them out of the way We need the money and we have assorted them and made tWoprices 500 and 750 A Suit r t- Its a most LIKE FINDING THEM 5 orI750 for a 15 or 20 Suit but remember theSe prices are FOR THE CASH Dont forget that H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY New Ledgers Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices N In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Cftc Lincoln County national Bank I Of Stanford Kentucky I Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 p Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER I J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER v HC CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owaloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gen W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Ban kin IITraylorlGilbertaH Cummins Prencherevillo Lilburn J Gooch Gilberts Creek Highest Market Prices Paid For j Eggs Hides Furs vj Hens 9 to 912c- Roosters 4 to 4 l2c k r r Chickens 9 to lOc IIDucks 8 to 9c Geese 6 to 6 l2c 1 Turkeys 10 to 12c fi Scrap Iron Rubberj r H 13 NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky V r- r4iiAI Jo HU 1 f As Long As Present Stoc t I 4 Long Cloth 08o Bolt llJj Jl3- C 6 It 1 inch Soft Nainsook checked for Underwear 12Jc yard ySpecial00 inch Lincno Sheeting at 25cv 4 inchUnbleached BhcetinJ nt 8Jc to I XU Calicoes nt Go I 1 r 7 The Interior Journal STANFORD KY JAN ln 1901 t NEW assortment of local view pont cards at Pennys Drug Storb very special bargains In Dox i Paper but is Ask to see them fanny a Drug Store PERSONALS MRS W S JONES has beep lulto sick MRS J S OWSLEV Is visiting ber parents at Franklin Mn Joni LUTes went to Londo Friday to buy cattlo Tea aged Mra Susan T Harris Is confined to her tmtl by Illness J It HARRIS spent several days at Lancaster with his homefolks I MRs W S DENHAM went to Danvilli yesterday to see a sick relative LLOYD PeimiN of Anderson Ind Is clerking for J L Bcazley Co Miss MELISSA HAMM of Hinttivllle was the guest of Miss Alice Rankin iN MRS HANKAII L STEGBH or Oral Orchard Is visiting relatives In Knnaaj 1i1 City Mil A ADDAMS of Crab Orchard took the train hero yesterday far Klch i mend MRS GEOROB B HARRIS of Crab Orchard passed down to Louisville last week Miss EDNA KISER of Cincinnati Is the guest of Miss Welle Hopper It lIus tonvlllo Miss Atari THOMPSON of Mu Ver non was the guest of Mrs Logan It Hughes ELWOOD WEATIIERFORD of Huston vllle who has double pneumonia Is seriously ill A UTtLE son arrived Friday to fur ther ble s the union of Mr and Mrs E T Carter MRS II C LECOMPTE of Frankfort is with her parents Mr and Mrs Cic ero Reynolds MR AND MRS ANDREW DILUON of Crab Orchard were guests of Ed Wilk- Inson and family l t TUB Current Events Club will meet with Mrs Hugh Reid Thursday after I noon at 2 oclock GEO W PIIELPS of Madison was tho guest of his uncle Dr Clifton Fow ler for a few days DR C M THOMPSON of Kingaville and Theo S Reynolds of Vaynesburg were hero yesterday on business MR HARRY ALDRIDGB was out yes terday for the first time after several weeks seigo with typhoid fever MRS J W CocKiNO and Miss Alma Hubble of McKinney have been visit Ink Mrs Clark Moore at Somerset MRS BEDELL CHANCELLOR and daughter Miss Anqa Chancellor arc t visiting relatives at Noblesville Ind Miss STELLA HUDDLE of the Tur nersvillo section has matriculated at the State Normal School at Richmond DR JAMES W GUEST left for Mobile Ala to attend the wedding of his niece Miss Louise Vos Courier Jour fnallIUsSJESSI DBANB COOKE returned I to Nashville yesterday after a visit tot her sisters hero and relatives at Hus t tonvillo Miss ALICE RANKIN entertained some I 30 of her young friends Saturday night Inhonor of her brother Mr McMillan t Rankin of Radford Pa MR J L BPOONAMORE has returned to his home in Cloburno Texas fitter spending some time with his parents Mr and Mrs E S Spoonamoro AT a meeting of tho directors of the Gurriml Bank Trust Co of Lancas ter Mr J C Eubartks of this place was reelected first vicepresident NEWS comes from Appalachia Va theta little daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Jones formerly of this place The mother was Miss Eulah Totten MRS ANNA D VANARSDALE who is visiting in Nashville was just recover ing from the effects of a severe fall when she fell again and broke an arm Much sympathy is felt for her by her many friends hern LOCALS CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer r REX coal is guaranteed to please Ic Try It Denham Bros fTwo rooms over Tom Pences store for rent W A Tribble SEE our new horse liarbeet one on the market Geo H Farris f- 4x HEX coal always the same never va ries Denham Bros Use Chattanooga plowsfort good 1909 crops Geoff Farris FOR SALE on RENT Tho Warner storehouse on East Main Street Ap ply at once to W K Warner FOR SALE A complete set of good broom machinery Very cheap If sold at once S P Gray Stanford Ky AN examination foegraduation In tile common school branches will bo hold at tho court house Jan 29 and 30 G Singleton Supt STRAYED YET Wests prom ices In Lancaster a red cow with white spots on sides dehorned Reward for Information READ the sale advertisement of My ers Bros who will sell their livery outfit at auction beginning at 10 oclock Saturday week Jan 30 DR W N CRAIG will be In Stanford today and tomorrow Tuesday antI Wednesday prepared to test eyes and supply you with glasses Office over McRoberts Drug Store SIIEL DALTONtakes this method of expressing his very grateful thanks to tho good people of Rowland and Darst town for tho substantial presents sent to his family during Xmas CHIEF B D CARTERwas the rlgh man In the right place Friday afternoon when he stopped a runaway team at tho risk of his life Jt took nerve to doI It but Bony has got It and used it JIM ALLEN aged about GO was run over and killed by a freight train near Hazel Patch Thursday night John Carter was running the engine that killed him Allen was a rather substan tial citizen of Laurel county THE Citizens National Bank of Mon ticello opened for business yesterday with Abljah Fairchild as cashier to suc coed Judge Charles McConnaghy who now languishes In the Newport jail for alleged manipulations which cost the stockholders 58000 All matters have been adjusted and total lotuses paid PADGETT Rowland D Padgett one of the best citizens of the Wayncsburg section died last week after a protrac ed illness aged about CO The burial took place at Eubanks Ills wife died some years ago but ho is survived by several children For some time Mr Padgett was under treatment of Dr WD OBannon of this place IN the republican primary in Casey Saturday Lincoln Wells present sher iff was nominated for county judge F A Land for circuitclerk Q 0 Godby for county attorney W C Cundiff for county clerk T F Murphy for sheriff J C Lay for school superintendent and J S Richardson for jailer We regret that our young friend Jason Wesley who has made a model circuit clerk was defeated for a renomination WAS SUE TO DLAIE1is one of the most realistic dramas placed before the public Not ono lino in the entire play is overdrawn It deals with every day life and Is without a doubt tho prettiest story ever written Tho audience never loses interest during the play It is a melange of pathos and comedy Was She to Blame Is a play that once seen is never forgotten At Waltons Opera House one night only Friday Jan 22 SAM CORDIER familiarly known as Pete had both legs broken ono above tho ankle and tho other just below the knee at the depot here Friday morn ing He was standing on a freight car that had been pushed into tho switch and which loft tho track Ho jumped and sustained the Injuries I mentioned above Mr Cordier has been In tho employ of the L N for many years and is a son of Mr Frank Cordier of this place WE havo just learned of the death of Mrs John JtHagan at Corbin Do ceased was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Mershon formerly of this county and a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Grovo C Kennedy of tho East End She was a most v excellent young woman and her taking away has cast a gloom over the little city In which she lived and where she was greatly loved Besides the husband and parents Mrs Hngan leaves a brother and two little children the younger only about a month old May the good Lord help those who are bowed down by grief over her untimely demise UNTIL FEBY 1ST I I AWwill ojlcr any Clonk or Fur in our house at ONETHIRD ofT tho price This lino embraces some swell styles in Ladies Castor Coats Rain Conte MiifR and Neck Pieces You can nflord to looka season ahead nt these MOl oyShig Prices Childrens Coats J2 and J3 Off the Price SEVERANCE SON STANFORDA NEW stock of Oliver plows plow gear etc on hands Como had see us W H Higgins Fon SALESix thoroughbred Black Berkshire shoats weight about CO pounds Gco D Hopper Jr WE have secured tho agency for the celebrated South Bond chilled and Bel knap Chilled Plows Inspect their qual ity and got our prices before you buy Geo D Hopper f Tim stockholders of Lincoln Coun ty Fair Association are requested to meet In tho directors room of tho First National Bank at 1 oclock next Friday Jan 22 Jus F Cummins Sec AUDITORS AGENT L W HUGHES sale of land In front of tho court house door yesterday was well attended and about halt of tho advertised list was sold to various parties at satisfactory prices To HORSEMEN If you have a stallion or jack to sell write to the Jibs tonvlllo Combination Sale Co Huston villc Ky for particulars of the stal lion and jack sale to be held there Feb 10thand 11 in i AT Bowling Green Samuel H Hill died suddenly of apoplexy while his son was being prepared for burial ho hay ing died in Now Mexico and was sent homo for interment Tho older Hill Was raised near Maywood this county and was an auctioneer of some note CONGRESSMAN HARVEY HOLM has asked the Postofllce Department to put postal clerks on the traln between Lou isville and Ilichmond for the better ac commodation pf the people especially In this Madison and Garrard counties Ho has been assured of favorable ac tion by Ute department MR GEORGE B COOPER the bes county clerk in the State and the clev erest human being on top of ground announces this issue for ronommation for county clerk at the primary Feb G Mr Coopers physical condition and the fact that he has been busy waiting on tho board of supervisors and with the arduous duties of his office has kept him from making a canvass but he desires the democrats to know that he greatly appreciates the favors shown him and asks that he be remembered again when the votes are cast in the primary two weeks from next Saturday WAS SUB so BLAME is a guaran teed attraction at Waltons Opera louse Friday night next Jan 22 rind tho manager is to bo congratulated on engaging an attraction of this class An exchange says Was She to Blame is the best company visiting this section this soasonIt is a dra matic treat to the masses endorsed by the press public and pulpit at large Sam Jones says it is a sermon that should be heard and seen by every man woman and child in America Rev Abe Mulkey says it is ono of those plays that make every one that sees it feel that they ought to live a better life Tho comedy Is pure and simple and and plenty of It all the way through the bill from the sublime to tho ridicu lous A beautiful blending of pathos and comedy once soon never forgotten THE directors of the First National Dank of Stanford at its annual meet Ing hold Jan 12 1909 unanimously adopted the following resolutions Whereas it has pleased the Omnipo tent Ruler pf all persona to remove from the society of those who love him our friend and associate for many years in business Col Tt P Hill and where as we desire to express In an official rind personal manner our recognition of his ability fidelity and faithfulness as- a member of our board of directors therefore be it resolved 1st That our board has lost one of its most conservative wise and judi ious counselors ourselves an agreeable and faithful friend his family a dovot ed father apd husband and the county ono of its oldest most useful and re petted citizens and the State ono of its greatest lawyers 2nd Wo extend to his family our sympathy for the irreparable loss it has sustained and as a personal mark of respect to his memory and a just trib ute to his greatness as a man we now record these resolutions on the minute book of the bank and direct that a copy thereof be delivered to his family J S HOCKER Pres JNO J McRouERTS Secy t t if WE have on hand all kinds of fresh meats See us Wilkinson Lutes NEW line of spectacles Eyes tested free at the Now Stanford Drug Cos store ONE lucubator and brooder In good shape for sale Mrs W C Shanks Stanford JOHN ANSEL dropped dead on the railroad track near Pine Knot yester day morning of heart failure He leaves a wife but no children MRS SALLIE SHIPMAN was well known in Somerset where she had many warm friends who were pained to hear of her death She was the widower tho late Frank Shipman and they resided In Somerset in tho late SOsRopublican I WAS SUE TO BLAME and Mr Jed Carlton are now one Eleven years connection with this attraction is a suf ficient guarantee of the merit of the play and the competency of the com pany One night only at Waltons Op era House Friday night Jan 22nd Six committees bothbranches of Congress are busy with the work that has fallen to them as a result of the clashes between the President and tho national legislative body Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes euro with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Seo full formula on 25c Dox Sold by Pennys Drug Store NOTICE aye will otter to the highest bidder nt our stable on IKpol Itreut- RATUnpAYJAN I TO HM n lot of good horses buggies hnrhess sur rey tlrumineri wagons douhlii Imrncai liverytableCol J I Chandler Auct The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kontucky For Treatment of Disease pf the Rye Nose I Throat Knr lenlloUrlnary Rectal Or 1 inn Ncrvuus Hystem and surgery I Executrix Notice 1 All person having claims ngnlnst the en Into of Murk liardln deceased are requested to present them to the underttlgncd veri lied according to law Claimants wlll re member that If their claims nro open ac counts they mud bo proved by tilt iota of some other pernun In addition to the oathof claimant All pencils who ore Indebted fo the estate ire requested to pity their indebtedness to tneuuderalgned and Stilts avoid the costs ot It suit liKHHIKMJIAltDINKxecutrlx CONCRETING We aro In position to do all kinds of con creting luch us mock Work Pavements rind In fact wo can make any thing from a house down to a lease post We cnn serve you promptly mill guarantee firstclues pratesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- ysEDs gardenleeprices Wo sell plovers grasses seed oats ecd corn cane seed millet cow pvassoja beans gardenlennegnntennnd Dower seeds land planer and fertiliz ers Write IS for price and samples wtato whet you want NAHlIVIfLi SEED 00 215 Hocoiul Ave North NttsltvIHe Tmn Notice to Contractors Stanford KyJunaitKO tho Fiscal Court of Lincoln county Ky sealed pro posnls for the lnctloll and completion of a new county court house on the public II t tobunsWalhlngtonUO1111Q1tects nnd with the County OlerkatHtnnfonl Kaeh Contractor will lilo with his bid u certified check made payable to J H OWl ley County Judge for JVOuo in ovldenco of good filth on his partnd If hrs bid IK uc that he enter Into contract at onciandgtvunnncceptableguaranteecoin- mny to county for CO per cent of the contract price for the faith performance till contract Tho con trllctor will be paid M per cent an the work progresses retaining 2U per cent until final completion All bids to bo sealed anti ales with the February1tb rJlJectJ80WHLEIJItClulltyJullgc QKOHaK ff000PBRVlerk I l 3I 1 I Lace Values Special value linen laces l4 inch to 2pinch at 5c Special value linen laces to o inch at 7c Cotton cluney laces and insertion at 7c Special values Hunlhurg and Insertion Cc yardM Special value hamburg in Baby Sets lOc yard New Patterns in Val Laces Linens HandMade Cluney Etc f Iq KY Embroidery and Lace Opening for Season of 1909 The opening of this season means Vilh us no change of meth ods except in the line pf 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 nil new patterns per yard lOc and up to 50c Corset cover ems broidery 18 inches wide on Nainsook and Swiss per yard 50o mid up to 81 Baby sets n large assortment of these popular edges nnd insertions all beautiful patterns in match sets per yard 10 to 20c Allovers in Swiss and Nainsook every ono new and handsome in design much in vogue this season per yard 50c to 8300 To close we offer 50 patterns of cotton toreohon laces and insertions to match 1 to 5 inches wide 10 and 12Ao values our price 5c Call and see us TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Full Stock of Oliver Chilled PLOWS and Repairs t I W EPerkins Crab Orchard I t Watch IThis Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up to1 Date Goods Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY A BIG COMBINATION SALE e OF HighClass Stallions and Tacks Will be held at HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY ON 1 February 10 and II 1909 1 Write for Entry Blanks Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KYfBig Sale of Business Horses Will belHeld March 24 and 25 n r t 1139 The Interior Journal Entered in the Pott Office at Stanford at Heonddau mate- rMEAL EXCHANGE k Ion at nil times prepared tVeschanKC meal for corn Mjr mill will run every Hat unlay lUck linker Miller JnOIMCKRBOK Crab Orchard Ky The Truth Every person in this city who issuf feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists tell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICE4 Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and 1 Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phono SO Ofllce M Insure with mo and be fully protec- tedJAdorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey null de scended from n lonir and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey Rnltland and America Hit IIlrp II one of the bet bulls ever lmportod and his dam la n show cow that has given 65 beItome Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of ser vice Hu will bo allowed to servo n limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd thus year for a fee of JSeneh Make engagement before sending cow to tw bred KKID A OTTEll Telephone NO Htnnford Ky NI1Wo have to offer three extra choice bull calve that will be sold at right price At McKinney Ky You can Hud our Htnnclnnl Itemed the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known cave llheunmtlsm Halt Uhvtim Kid ney Trouble and nil diseases unclog from Impure blow It has no equal It Is manu factured under the pure food act of June 80 IWd and Runrnnteiil by the manufacturer If the II taken according to direction and If he or she U not btiiulltfd by the use of the Itemed we will refund your money AVe can do nothing more Kach packiige contains 3H doses a registered guaran tee and mailing cord with full Instructions We send It to any address by mall on IJe of SI per package or six packages for Si Iletterordera box today If taken In tune you might saw n big doctors bill ltemembr If you take the pennedy accord fag to Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not and rrmedy In drug stores for sale It lIold only hv our authorized agen- tItkuuEN WILLIAMH Agent We Buy I FURSHides Wool Fcatbess fallow BMwaX CInsens Golden Se lYtHow Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealers ftultJxJ ia I856Over hills mIuIJ- lnLouijlleJ eta do better for you thus sgnti or connuaoo nerdiuti Rdemcr ur Osak ft LouiiriBe Writ for weekly r piwliaaadiippgh M Safael A Son 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY r w JLBeazIeyCo r r- T L UbdeitaKcra and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKYrr I- JiC McClary J- f illIII a Tr Undertaker Srrsbalrrscr and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Off Phone Iff Hpraeihone f CALLI primary election for Lincoln county to nomi nate candidates for county offices 1st A primary election is hereby called to bo held in tho several voting precincts of Lincoln county on Satur day February 6th 1909 between G 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 NOIvember 3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on tho ballots to be used in said primary election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of tho committee the sum hereby fixed as the entrance fee 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 bo a candi date and name tho office he seeks The entrance fee of candidates shall be as follows For sheriff 40 for county judge 10 for county at torney 10 for county clerk 10 for jailer 15 for assessor 10 for 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 tho 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 bo selected from lists furnished by all can didates who desire to submit lists The officers shall bo as nearly divided as possible as to judges clerks and sher iffs among the various candidates The officers of tho 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 they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes furnished by the commit tee sealing up the boxes as required by law and within two days thtreafter the sheriffs and judges of election will deposit the boxes with the chairman of tho county committee at the court house in Stanford The officers of the 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 Gth The returns are to be made to the chairman of the county committee and should he be absent from tho 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 re turns of till ckctioii und make certifi cate thereof 7th The secretary of the committee is directed to give noticejof this election as is required by taw G L PENNY Chmn J B BAILEY SecycFARMERS DEPARTMENT Fort SALE700 shocks of fodder W I W Warren Lucien Beckner will start a tobacco paper at Winchester- A M Luce sold to Hichard Gentry of Boyle a good mule for 17750 FOR SAMECultivated hemp seed 1908 crop J B Walker Richmond Ky r Folt SALE Duroc Jersey sow with even pigs four months old J C Bal Icy Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE33 coming twoyearold f mules Good ones J C Robinson s Danville Ky Both phones 4tIRansom Coffey Jr sold a fine five pearold mare for 175 and bought of G P Burdctte another for 140Mt Vernon Signal Mrs Richard Lowndes of Danville bought of Matt Cohen of Lexington the greatsix year old show mare Edna Mae for 4000 At J P Bournes sale in Garrard sheep brought 810 six milk cows went at 56 to 80 horses 125 to 180 three pairs of mules 300 to 340 The mule industry of the United States has grown to vast proportions the 1908 census enumerating 3869000 41693SVOOQWhite J came to my place a few days ago Own er can get get same bv paying for this notice and its keep E O Gooch Mc Kinney J DANVILLE COURT Only a few cat tie were on the market yesterday and the demand for them was not great I A bunch of fairly good yearling steers sold at 4c Butcher were slow at 2Ic to 31c There was considerable activity in the mute market a number 180Horses c A small farm near Maysvillo sold at 200 per acre- Herman Brandt has purchased Dr Holzberg from Barney Schreiber for 2200 x Horseshoera of Saxony must pass a public examination before they are properly qualified My Star 203 owned by John and Lotta Crabtree slipped on tho ice as ho was being speeded in Boston andlbroko a leg The animal was valued at 20 000Jacob Ii Perkins of Cleveland com pleted the purchase at Lexington of 24 matched black horses which will bo shipped to Cleveland to be used by the famous Troop A or Black Horse Troop II in the Taft inaugural parade W B Burton sold to R M West a pair of mules 15J hands high and four years old for 355 At IW S Hens leys sale corn brought 3 in tho crib a mule brought 115 a cow 3260 and farming implements sold well W B Burton who has been in the mountains for several days to buy stock bought 27 mules at London and Barbourvillo averaging 150 each Ho also ibought 27 mules in tho Cincinnati Stock Yards and shipped them to fho Wilson Live- Stock Co at Wilson N C for which he paid the handsome sum of 4600 Lancaster Record A tickling OP dry cough cnn be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No oplumno chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store W L MCARTY Is a candidate for HherlfT of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democratic party MS BAUGHMAN Is wcnndidnto for HhcrllT of Lincoln county subject to thu action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES Co HAYS Llncolncountsabjeot I party PINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Isn candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Atsassor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of the democratic party v J A DUDDERAR Is candidate forn e sorof Lincoln Coun ty subject to the action ofJthe democratic party W D WALLIN If a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party S M OWENS Is a candidate for Asiessorof Llncolncoun ty subject to the action ofthe Democrntlo party W SBURCH- Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lln coin county subject to the action ot the Democratic party M F NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin oln county subject to the actlonLof the Klnocnttlo party T J HILL JR- Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county subject to thu action ot the lJomocra tic party M C 8AUFLEY s it candidate for circuit Judge of this the nth Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR sn candidate for circuit judge of this Ihe- Jth district subject to the action of the Kniocratio party CHARLES A HARDIN I of Morcer county is n candidate Ir Oom ionwculth1 Attorney of this the lath Ju Iclal district subject to the action of the I democratic party I GEO B COOPE- Rs n candidate for reelection as a candidate or county tour clerk of Lincoln count I ubject to the action of till I oariy a JOHN C PEPPLES ISl cnndldiitofor Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the dumouratlo party W W WHITE- s n candidate for Assessorof Lincoln coma ty subject to the action of tbo Democratic Party JAMES P BAILEY- sI n candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to the action of the kimocrntlo partyWHSHANKS I n a candidate for ronomlimllon for Ilepru entatlveof Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON fs Rcandldnte for Superintendent of Public ichools of Lincoln county subject to tliu action of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM in candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln ouaty subject to tho action of thu Dumo rutlo party J DSWOPE- s a curiHIilnie for circuit clerk of Lincoln ounty snbjrtst to the action of the Demo cratia port LESLIE ANDERSON Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo ratio party r IA r R WALLACE IAfor Coroner of Lincoln coun action of the Democratic ZORA p SMITH Is candidate for magistrate In the Huston villa district subject to the action of the Democratic party W M DUDDERAR Is n candidate tor magistrate of tho IIus tonvillodlstrlctubjecl to tho ncttonof the Democratic party JK HELM SR Is a candidate for magistrate In the IIus tonvlllo district subject to tho action of the Democratic party JAMES McKECHNIE Is o candidate for Magistrate In Htanford District subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I grnrslandthe Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 1XJ acres of timbered land one tulle last of MoKlnney half under fence plenty ot water and good tobacco land tIe grow ngcrop JAOlINHAent f Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil privately tny stockof fire eerie and Hardware n bust ners Will Invoice about 3300 Jlenson 111 health CIKO U llOllKK Htnnford Ky Eczema is Curable- Z E M 0 a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema ulcVly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St LoulMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a taller of ox perience Then your clothes wbethera low price bulne suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality nnd tit which plainly Indicate they were made toyour mlalurl 1 will also take your juices are fur extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fall and Winter sam pies on hand ready for your inspection 110 UUPLKY The Tailor PUBLIC SALE I I JnmreSfelvludeceacdTIWItHIIA JAN llf higlaestendboatproperty lowlt tine sow und 0 shunts 40 htmlhales of tiny lot of 2lU pounds of tobacco ajwu lard husk board and harness plows and harrow GOO feet of lumborand n lot of boutehold nod kitchen lurntturu The above property will be sold on three months time and the purchaser will Iw ro quIreU to execute un with approved sonal security for thu purclmin of the above proiHrty said lands to bear legal In terest lrom date of execution TJ HIUHU Administrator Safeguard the Future J The safest surest nnd most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality ot ltn policy contracts fair dealing with Its members mid large returns tqpollcy holders company Is just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful buslncm careevwlth wore policy holders In Lincoln county than companies combined Write for particulars stating ago and whether mar ried or single to I It AgtMyeralloute Jamei I White Solicitor for Itockcastlu Co Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Right of tho leading companies of the world represented Uoinpetelii rules with JlayIngcolt In the history of this agency Issues promptly paid nnd without discount No waiting ro Boys for your money Jlvforo In lUring call o- nMAHONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Sta- nfordPAIN rouesloeThattabletcanedcoaxes blood pressure away from centers Gontlythoucbfolios II you have a headache its blood pressure camIconsosUooblood pressure That surely is a TableUltopItthe unnatural blood pressure Bruise finger and doesnt It ret red and swell and pain your Ot coursa It does Its con veinYalwsWI sell at 25 cents ud cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops HeadacHeTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE Clearance Sale I All the Winter Goods must 1 tt tf be sold at cost i CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 11 48 815 teat now n 48 813 GO Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now G US 820 Suit now 81c 18 817 SOiMiituow 12 48 815 Suit now n flS 812 CO Suits now 8 OS 810 Suit now J 48 87 60 Suit now 4 08 85 Suit now 1 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOt TSf816 Coat now 812 50 Coat now W 810 Coat now GflS 87 50 Coat iiow 4 08- Sfi Coat now 3 18 i Green Hula from 81 50 to 83 50 J n Stetson Hats S3 50 to 85 00 Fancy lint Bands 25c to 60o The nicest lino of neck wear new and neat 25c to Goo Collars ICc 2 for 25o 1 i Mens and Boys AllWool Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice Our high Top Shoes consist of many different t styles and prices ranging from 350 to 400 350 Shoe now 298 400 Shoe 11 now 348 We honestly believe that when it comesto a water proof Shoe and Shoes of durability we have the best that a manufacturer can turn out of a leather hide Mens Felt Boots Hens and Womens Rubbers All Reduced Accordingly Mens and Womens Sanitary Heavy Fleeced Lined Under wear Best Quality f I THIRTYNINE CENTS y lt 11t41f41The above articles all are of new goods andI nothing misrepresented Call around early while you can get your size Also a nice line c of Dry Goods and Notions Call around we will take pleasure In showing you any time SAM ROBINSON t STANFORD KY t t Next Door to Lincoln County NaionalBankaI IL a jr 1S j Buythe- LIVER PLATrf 1 Doaaoooa i I W H RIOGINSI Stanford Kentuckyr 1 3 tfr 4 The Interior Journal Entered in the Pott Qffice at Sanford 01 tteond cleut matt- erMEAL EXCHANGE 4L I nut at nil times prejinrcd toexchnnuo meal for corn My mill will run every Hat urday Dick linker Miller JnOUKKUBON Grab Orchard Ky The Truth Every person in this city who issuf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp di case can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICE5 Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store the Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Ihono M Olllce 03 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey DUll de scended from n long and unbroken lino of the most noted balls nod cows on the hland of Jersey England and America Jill sire Is one of the beat bulls ever and his dam Is n show cow that has given 85 pounds of rich milk In one day If you bo lIevo Like begets Like or ho Likeness of some Ancestor and have n strictly good cow you should nvall yourself of Ins service lie will be allowed to servo n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd thus year for n fee of Beach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred 1U J OTTER Telephone HO Htnnford Ky N nWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold nt right prices At McKinney Ky You con find our Htanclanl Itemedy the greatest blood und liver medicine et known case of Ilheumatlsm Halt Uheum Kid ney Trouble and nit diseases arising from Impure blood It hits no qUill It Is manu factured under tho pure food act of Juno ao m J and gunrnntevd by the manufacturer If the Is taken according to dlrectlolll and if lie or tlhe Isnot benelltrd by the use of the II medy we will refund your money We can do nothing moru Kach package rontnlns an doses with u renlstend gunran tee and malllngcard with full Instruction We send It 10 any address by mall on of SI per package or six pncknve f IS BelteroMerst box today If tuken time you might save I big doctors bill Hememlier If you take the Hvmedy accord log to InitrucUons and nro not benelite- you get your dolhir back You will a II nd the remedy In drug stores for sale It is sold only oftntljHIilln We Bu- rFURS I Hides Wool and Fc then Tallow BMwaz Ginseng CoUen Se JYellowRooO May Apple Wild Ginger eta We ate dealers yntollia 1856 Orcr lull a century in Louini1IoadcaD do better for you than ascots or fstnnmoa nercHub Rcfrracx sey Bulcia Louisville Writ for wccUy + rbtefitsad6irtJng unI- N Sabel A Sons 229 E Market St lOUISVILLE KY r i e JLBeazleyCo 1f UtideitaKera and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furi nituro MattiugeRugg TheyIwill exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY G I J Ce McClary f CALLI primary election for Lincoln county x to norm nate candidates for county offices 1st A primary election Is hereby called to bo held In the several voting precincts of Lincoln county on Saturday February 6th 1909 between 6 A H and 4 p eL for the purpose of nom- Inating democratic candidates for offices of county judge county atta ney county clerk sheriff jailer representative assessor school superintendent magistrates of the several magisterial districts constables coroner and surveyor legtor be legal voters on the 2nd day of No vember 1909 are entitled to vote in reIquested3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on tho ballots t bo used in said primary election ahal- on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of tho committee the sum m hereby fixed as the entrance fen in th- race for the office for which he is a candidate said sum so realized to bo used in defraying tho expenses of the primary At the same time the candidate shall give written notice to the chairman that he desires to bo a candi date and name the office ho seeks The entrance fee of candidates shall boas follows For sheriff 40 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 pre cincts The chairman of tho committee is directed to cause to be printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballots and nil supplies necessary to the legal conduct of the election 5th The democratic county committee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct who shall bo selected from lists furnished by all can didates who desire to submit lists Tho officers shall be as nearly divided as possible as to judges clerks and sher Iffs among the various candidates The officers of the primary shall as soon the polls are closed which shall be done at 41 M proceed at onto to count the ballots cast for each and every candidate for office and after counting same they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes furnished by tho committee sealing up the boxes as required by thereafterinI deposit the boxes with tho chairman of ofthe county committee at the tour house in Stanford The officers of th election in each precinct will make an sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and eVe 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 certifi cate thereof 7th The secretary of the committee is directed to give noticelof this elec as is required by saw G L PENNY Chmn J B BAILEY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE7oo shocks of fodder W Warren Lucien Beckner will start a tobacco at Winchester- A M Luce sold to Kichard Gentry Boyle a good mule for 17750 FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed crop J B Walker Richmond FOR SALE Duroc Jersey sow with seven pigs four months bid J C Bai cy Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE33 coming twoyearold mules Good ones J C Robinson Danville Ky Both phones 4tIRansom Coffey Jr sold a fine five yearold mare for 175 and bought of P Burdctto another for 140Mt Vernon Signul Mrs Richard Lowndes of Danville bought of Matt Cohen of Lexington the great sixyearold show mare Edna Mae for 4000 At J P Bournes sale in Garrard sheep brought 810 six milk cows went at 56 to 80 horses 125 to 180 three pairs of mules 300 to 340 The mule industry of the United Slates has grown to vast proportions the 1908 census enumerating 3869000 with a total valuation of 416938vOOq White hog weighing about 200 pounds came to my place n few days ago Own er can get get same bv paying for this McKinney cattlegreatAFold at 4c Butcher cattle were slowI at 2Jc to 3Jc There was considerable activity in the mule market a number 180horses A small farm near Maysville sold at 200 per acre- Herman Brandt has purchased Dr Holzberg from Barney Schreiber for 2200 x Horseshoers of Saxony must pass a public examination before they are properly qualified My Star 203 owned by John and Lotta Crabtree slipped on the ice as ho andlbrokor000Jacob II Perkins of Cleveland com pleted the purchase at Lexington of 24 matched black horses which will be shipped to Cleveland to be used by tho I1orsoIIW B fur ton sold to R M West a pair of mules 15i hands high and four years old for 355 At tWoS Hens leys sale corn brought 3 in tho crib a mule brought 115 a cow 3250and BIfor several days to buy stock bought 27 mules at London and Barbourvlllo averaging 150 each He also thought 27 mules in tho Cincinnati Stock Yards and shipped them to the Wilson Live Stock Co at Wilson N C for which he paid the handsome sum of 4600 Lancaster Record A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No oplumno chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store W L MCARTY Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democratic party MS BAUGHMAN Is ixcnndldato for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of tins democrutla party JOHN J MOSER 116 candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS U a candidate for jailer of UncolnCouny abject to the action of the Democratic party PINK FARMER Is A candidate for the Democratic nomina flea for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic party W A CARSON 9L n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the JJemocrutlo party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for AUlsorof Lincoln coun tysuDJect to the action of the democratic potty v eJA DUDDERARI- s Is a candidate forasteisor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to theuctlon ofjthe democratic party WD WALLIN I Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party SMOWENS Is a candidate for Asscssorjof Lincoln coun ty subject to the action oftUoj Democratic Ratty W S BURC- HIacnadldatefarCouatyAttarneyotLln coin county subject to the action of the Democratic party M F NORTH i Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin colt county subject to the nctlonjof the Oemocrutlu party T J HILL JR Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the action of the Democratic party M C SAUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judgu of this the Uth Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party f JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR I Is n caiidldato for circuit Judge of thlsitho11th district IlIbJec to the Democratic party I CHARLES A HARDIN of 3forcer county fs n candidate Oom monwealth Attorney of this the 13th Ju dicial district subject to the action of the democratic party GEO B COOPER Is n candidate for reelection as u candidate for county court clerk of Lincoln subject to the action of till Democratic party a JOHN C PEPPLES- Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the notion of the democratic party W W WHITE Is a candidate for Assessorof Lincoln conn ty subject to the notion of the Democratic party JAMES P BAILEY Is a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to the action of the Democratic party W H SHANKS Ii n candidate for re nondnotlon for Itupre sentatlveof Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is candidate Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Domocrntlo party JAMES F HOLDAM Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Demo erotic party JDSWOPE 1 Is a culKlldute for circuit clerk of Lincoln cuuuty subject to the action of trio Demo erotic partyLESLIE ANDERSON Is n candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo erotic party J u A R WALLACE Is a candidate for Ooroncr of Mncoln coun to tho action of the Democratic primary Nab eI IIO- PZORA p SMITH It candidate for inaRtstrate In the Huston villa district subject to the action of the Democratic party W M DUDDERAR- Is candidate tor magistrate of the Ito tonrlllodlstrlctsubject to the Rctlonof the Democratic party I J K HELM SR Ii a candidate for magistrate In the lies tonvllle district subject to tho action of tho Democratic party JAMES McKECHNIE Is n candidate for Magistrate In Stanford District subject to the action ot the limo critic party Itching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid lot external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if 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 trallInmltho Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also JSS acres of timbered land ono mile East of McKlnnoy half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ngcrop J AOIVENH Agent f McKinney Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stockof Oro ceriesand Uol1warco Doing a bust ness Will Invoice about fifeo Reason HI health OKO nlIo IPBK Stanford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMOt a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam ple E W Rose Med Co St LoulsLMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality stud fit which plainly Indicate they were tirade toyour measure I will also Inko your meas topcoatspies on hand ready for your inspection 110 UUlLKY The Tnllor- MtanfordKy PUBLIC SALE I JntuesMelvinTIlUltHDAY JAN fl 1mIAt his residence near ottenhelm sale imblloly and will sell to time hiAluutnnd lJeftlonnlproJltrtSOU pounds of tobacco 3jiu boards husk nofeetkitchen lurnltti re The above property will be sold on three months time and r will Iw re quired to execute bond with approved per Bonn security for the purchase price of the interest T J II Iii Hlt Administrator Safeguard the Future J The safest surest anti mostadequate safe guard for tilts future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage went liberality of Its policy contracts fair dealing with Its members and largo returns tqjKjllcy holders company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of a Biircxuful business caree wllh more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for particulars stilting age nod whether mar ried or tingle to I It AKtMyersJames I White Solicitor for Hookcastlo Oo Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Spe cialty Klght of tho leading companies of the world represented n rates with puyingrecord lult In the history of this agency Losses promptly paid nnd without discount No- waltlugu5dnysforyournmoney Jleforo In o- nI1AHONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Sta- nfordPAIN tRlU8Painelse usually At least to tAI Dr Shoo and to Thattabletcalled centersItsChenmoonII you have a headache Its blood pressure cctaaIfyjcestlon blood pressure That surely Is a rtalnty for Dr Snoops IfMdicbo Tablets stop dlsttlbnlsheBruise your finger and don I It get red and well and pain you Of course It does Its con andlcwberopaluJalwayswo sell at 25 rants and cboetttilly recommend Dr Shoops Headache TabletsPENNYS DRUG STORE f 4 i Glearanee Sale All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost RAVENETTES 818 Coat now 811 48 815 Coat now n 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now 0 U8 820 Suit nosy S15 48 817 60 Suit now 12 48 815 Suit now 0 08 812 50 Suits now 8 US 810 Suit now 0 48 87 50 Suit now 4 08 85 Suit now 3 IS ALLWOOL OVERCOATSI S 815 Coat now 89 48 812 50 Coat now 818 810 Coat now OflS 87 50 Coat now i 08- Sli Coat now 3 181 Green lints from 81 50 to 83 50 J n Stetson Hats 83 50 in 85 00 Fancy lint Bands 25c to 50c The nicest line of neck wear new and neat 25c to 50o Collara ICc 2 for 25o 1 Mens and Boys AilWool Suits inI Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice Our high Top Shoes consist of many different I Of styles and prices ranging from 350 to f 1tr 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 Hens and Womens Rubbers i All Reduced AccordinglyI Mens and Womens Sanitary Heavy Fleeced Lined Under f wear Best Quality c- j THIRTYNINE CENTS dl + t+ +++ ++++ + ++fM H M + The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented Call around early while you can get your size Also a njce line of Dry Goods and Notions Call around we will take pleasure in showing you any time SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY t Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank t 1 II r BuytheH I OLIVER PLOWa i Dooaaaaa IJW H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky t