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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 19, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909011901_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 19, 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. HEP xn The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXVI. McKINNEY. Mm. D. S. KlfTe Is improving after n three weeks' Illness. Miss Nora l.ar.o W thrnatcnod with nncumonia. "Happy Jack," tho miller, tells us ho will have a car of tho best uion Mary coal which ho will ircll nt 12c If taken from tho car at once. V. M. Hice sold his farm, known ns tho Oby Anderson place, to W. H. Mo Whortcr for 12.500. Tho place contains was Riven nt 23 acres and possession once. P. M. Woro and H. S. Sctiddcr shipped a car of timothy hay and straw to A. U. Mlraclo nt Pine Knot. K. O. Gooch bought of A. D. Root a car of good timothy hay at $12 per ton. J. A. Duddcrar, candldato for 'asses-to- r, was hero shaklnR hands with the people. He does not stand back on tho weather and if there is nny virtue In n hearty hand shako ho has things RoinR his wny. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 19. 1909. Here and There. Senator Frazlor will nddrcis tho Sonata Wednesday on tho I!rownvlllo afNEWS NOTES. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. MO. 91. Don't Get A western judgo A Divorce. Constipation, causing bad breath and Liver Trouble, tho UMcmixsr, dlspct conquer colds, banish chills. 25e at Penny's Drug Store. Klght men of Stephens county, Kan., wero indicted by tho Pederal grand jury on tho charge that they employed "night rider" tactics to rid their community of "Major" Stokes and .his head-ache- on account of breath Dr. KlnR'n New Life l'llls would havo prevented It. Thoy euro granted a divorce ami bad niece, colored. The technical chargo is Intimidation and depriving tho plaintiffs of their constitutional rights. There Is no eui.o on record of n cough, cold or la grippe- deoloplng Into pneumonia alter Poley's Honey and Tar has Uvn taken, as it cures the most obstinate deep seated coughs and colds. Why take anything else. Drug Co. In a Bristol county, Mass., storo there was posted on Jan. 1. thu following sign: "Man is made of dust. Dust sottlis. Are you u man 7" " '..tiir- hiitir mill formic. SII1U C'li Kxim ,in, Mi - forsalei nhi-ltn- Ik1Iit iiixl r imliH' ml Hlln-rn, I'o.tollh-.'- Imlli. Ky. WiijriivitiurK, Ky. ! NICE HOME AT AUCTION t wlllnt inlillc miction nt Jo'clook HATfllltY.VITKIlMMlN,JAN.mi, t nt my lionif 111 Tl OrelmrJ. It l n kihkI wltli tliriH. iHin'liri: tiiBiif of porch. Mil- - lick tfirwiiiiuHliit. All AliunilMuen rt'iMilr. in wull on tton-liulMl- nrcrs-nr- "" tiiipiit'ri'ln lot iiml tlicrwUu HBl kwI "' of trull, pli'inllil Uf- - uulliulljl-li- u '"TlTAn-'r-MIKUIIKN- . OriibOrcliurd, Ky, To Our Cuitomirt Prmnt and Prospective. around Stanford about a year and wo take till opportunity, to assure our many customers of our sincere appreciation of their patronage and our earnest deslro to nerve them at all times and also to solicit new business. fact that our Ii is a bus Ihsii active and strenuous In their cliortt. to tako away our business, but in tho face of all tholr we !i!sv v,iiivm h fair ihii cent of ti.o trade for "which o are grateful to a generous public A fair hhure of the busings Is all wo ask and hoo tliat our friends can s.eo their way dear We have tocontliiuetogUousllils a fully equipped distributing station at Danville, Ky., und carry a complete ino of burning oils and gasoline and an make immediate shipments of all rades of lubricating- oils and greases om our refinery at Georgetown, Ky , o largest manufacturing Institution the StaU. Wo are nbsoluloly hide ndont of tho trust and to again ovo this, wo publish tho swum atetnent of tho president of our wvll-knon com-octlt- Tlio Indian Itollnlng Company has now Uen doing business In and Should nny person make the state- ent to you that wo are part of any her company have them put tho moment In writing, then send us tho 111011001 and wo will trund it to the oner legal authorities and these un. 'iitnlul btatements will cease. We uvo manv unsolicited testimonials as tho quality of our goods and only t.k tho prospective oustoinrVs to glvo a fair trial and let thoresultsspoak r themselves. Wo operate no Peddler Wagon. Uespeotfully yours, W. C. Woi.miti), Agent, Danville, Ky., llrancli. Cinulnnutl, U Oct .'II, l'JOS To Whom It May Co.vcr.itN: Tho undcrsliHicd, upon oath, de clares and says: That tho Indian He- lining Company, of Georgetown, Ky., s ndopondeut of the Standard Oil ompauy and Us branches, and lndo- endont of any other Company, eor- oratlon or Interest, and that It Is not subsidiary Company of any other orporatlon by association, contract r understanding; and that no other1 dealing corporation or assoclaon owns an Interest In this Company. Richmond Ij:vkiunu, President Indian Uollnlng Co. " ) ss State of Ohio Hamilton, f County of and sworn to before mo, Subscribed a Notary Public, in and for suld c ""ty, this 30th day of October, 11X18. Raymond Tumjs, V iry Publlo Hamilton County. N INDIAN' ItKI'ININtl Co. Richmond rooters will build a base Charles If. Cox, cashier of tho Farmers National Hank of Cynthlann, is ball park in that citv. James W. Dick, need 73, Is dead in dead. fair. Henry K. Wnre, a member of tho J. Rene Harris was elected cashier of Casey, He left a wife and eight grown tho Hank of Finchvillo over 21 appli- children. Fayctto county board of the Hurley Acting Gov. Cox pardoned Robert died nt his home In that county. cants. John D. Rockefeller nnd party, num- Sctser, convicted of forgery nnd sent Fire destroyed six garages and between .100 and 100 nutomobilcs at Hon. bering 1 1, arrivod nt Augusta, Ga., for to tho penitentiary for three years from Whitley county. ton. Tho damago is estimate. at ?800,- - a slay of several weeks. daughIlcssie Phillips, the A new bank with a capitnl stock of 000. No lives wero loU. Enos Hightnwer located In Pinevillc, $20,000 has been organized at Llttlo ter of Dr. W. F. Phillips of Wilmore, robbed n jewelry storo and was given a Rock This now gives Uourbon county is at the point of death of la complication of diseases. sentence of three yenrs in tho peniten- 11 banks. Moses West, said to bo over an hunWilliam II. Graves, aged 82, n promtiary within less than n week. Eighty-twpersons have been ar inent citizen of Versailles, is dead of dred yenrs old, Is dead at Mitchcllsburg. up to tho present time heart disease. Ho was n Boldicr in tho His wife, who is almost as aged, surrested at vives him. Advocate. for stoiling during the confusion Inci Mexican War. g A movement, 'backed by Mar Hanker AnderBon, who was tried on disaster. dent to the capitalists, is on foot to build a Justice John II. Payne, for years tho chargo of false swearing, was givmagistrate In tho second district of en thrco years in tho penitentiary at his trolley lino'from Harrodsburg through Pcrryvillo to Urumlield, a distance of Fnyetto county and a well known law trial at Owcnsboro, Porter Poison, "0 years old, was sen- It miles. yer of the Lexington bar, is dead. Matt Young, who shot Deputy SherThirty damage suits growing out of tenced to life imprisonment for the Mrs. Julia iff Logan Young to death In Jessamine the Iroquois Theater firo in Chicago murder of his mother-in-law- , county when the latter attempted to have been settled by ono of tho con lirown, nt Albany, Clinton county. a arrest him during ft)o holidays, has Harry Keener, accused by Miss struction companies, which agreed to Tawscr of killing n man lust July been adjudged Insane. pay $7W) for each person lost. Alfred Boner, who was badly wound After shooting and killing two men on his farm in North Ccdorus township, ed at Camp Nelson by an explosion of nnd wounding a third, John Ilrooka, a near York, Pa., admitted the crime. Two hundred and fortv men were en- dynamite, died of his injuries Saturday. blacksmith residing near I'lcasanton, la , turned the weapon on himself and tombed by an explosion in a coal mine Ho was attempting to throw the ex Forty-fiv- e bodies have plosive when It let go. fell dead across tho body of ono of his in Hungnry. Arrangements have been completed been recovered and 1G survivors rescued. victims. Vice Admiral Rojestvensky, who was by business men for tho erection of six Will F. Woods, former cashier of tho defunct Woods National Hank of San in command of tho Russian fleet which modern brick business houses in Paint Antonio, Tex., was found guilty in the was badly defeated by tho Japanese Lick. Some months ago the business Federal court on five counts for the under Togo, died of neuralgia of tho section of the town was burned. A certain Harrodsburg girl recently heart at St. Petersburg. misapplication of funds of tho bank. Examination of the brain of Rev. sent 25 cents for a recipe to promote Tho trial nt Nashville, Tenn., of Col , Duncan Cooper Robin Cooper and John John II. Carmichacl, who killed Gideon and preserve beauty. She received tho D. Sharp, charged with the murder of Rrowning in the Rattlo Run church and following reply, "Mind your mother former Senator Kdwnrd V. Carmack, then committed suicide, showed that ho nnd stay home at nights." Herald. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer says that the The accused will had been a sufferer from acuto mania. begins argue Isaac E. Lambert, a prominent attor- business men of Ludlow are very much In tho circuit court at Greenfield ney and politician of Kansas, lost his worked up over tho report that all the Inil.. Judge Mason nnnulled the mar life in tho burning of the Copeland Ho- men in the railroad shops thero will be riage of Giorgc Rhodiui and KIma tel at Topeka. Fourteen perrons were transferred to Somerset, and that the Dare, on the ground that Uhodius was injured and many of tho guests compel- change will not be made later than spring. not of sound mind when the marrhge led to jump from windows. The trial of Wado Hurd, who was took place at Louisville. After killing Patrolman Smith and Twenty persons were killed and 30 wounding a girl in a public house at charged with forging a check for $15 on were injured in a wreck on tho Denver Omaha, Neb , Albort Clark, of Denver, Thomas Baker, of Berea, was brought and Rio Grande railroad near Glen- - was himself shot while trying to escape to a sensational climax at Richmond, wood, Springs, Col. A passenger and from the police. Heforo he was cap- when Isom Cox, a young man, appeared through tured, however, he wounded Patrolman in court nnd confessed to the forgery freight came together head-oDeveresso. a misunderstanding of orders. and exonerated Hurd. newspaper corre William A. Anderson, a conductor on Six Washington The examining trial of Andrew spondents, including representatives of tht; Chesapeake & Ohio railroad branch Broughton and Charles Major, charged the New York World and the Indianap line from Catlettsburg to Pikcville, was with killing Mrs. Annie Major at Buena olis News, have been summoned before robbed and murdered. After Anderson Vista, Garrard county, was postponed a Federal grand jury in connection with was dead the murderers carried hi3 until January 23 on account of the abcharges concerning the purchase of tho body out on to n high trestlo and bound sence of James Poynter, said to bo an Panama Canal. Broughton and Major are it to the rails, where it was struck by Capt. Iiowycr, of tho battleship Illi a train and horribly mangled. still in jiil. nois, who has had his men searching Thornton J. Mains was acquitted of At the annual meeting of the Gartho ruius of the Consular building nt tho charge of murder In the first de- rard County Fair Association, July 28, Messina, cnbled to the Navy depart- gree which grew out of the killing of 21) and 30, were selected for the dates ment that the bodies of the American William P.. Annis at tho Ilayside Yacht of the fair. The following officers were Consul, Arthur S. Cheney, nnd Mrs. Club August 15, 1903. Mains stood elected: J. Y. Robinson, president; M. Cheney have been found. guard over his brother, Capt. Peter C. T. Logan, first vice president; R. M. Mains, Jr , while the latter shot down West, second vice president; R. L. El- OTTENHEIM. Annis. but did not actually participate kin, secretary and treasurer. Lancas His brother, Capt. ter Record. W. L. Chandler bought a mare from in tho shooting. Mains, has not yet been put on trial. G. D. lloone for $120. Resolutions of Respect. Elbert L. Morgan, charged with About 60 per cent, of our farmers crop wrecking the Friendly, W. Va , First are talking of raising a tobacco Waynesburg Tent No. 55, K. O. T. National Hank, was sentenced to a M., met in their hall Jan. 1G, 1909, and . this year. in the State penitenterm Joseph Mnrshbanks, of Garrard, is adopted the following resolutions: in this section for few days' visit to tiary by J udgo A. G. Dayton in the Again has death invaded our ranks United States Court at Parkcrsburg, relatives. and taken awny from U3 a worthy memW. Vn. The indictment against MorTfifro has been s good deal of discus- -' ber of our order, an upright citizen, a sion in this section about how often the gan charged him with misappropriating true friend and brother, Sir Knight R. sun has been seen this month. The bank of which he was the D. $3,000. Padgett, one of our charter memClarenco Woods is nrenarinir to move enshier is now in the hands of a receivbers, whoso death wo deeply dpplore, to Pino Hill. T. C. Manuel has return- er. and who departed this life Jan. 13th, ed from Pino Hill, where ho has a little nephew who was seriously ill. Tho thereforo be it'resolved A Horrible Hold-U- p. little fellow is tho son of Elza Manuel, 1st. That wo extend our heartfelt Bection foreman of Pino Hill. "About ten years ago my brother relIt is a good thing that the primary was "holdup" In his work, health and sympathy to his children, his manythem comes off In for thero are happluess by what was believed to bo atives and friends, and assure a great many who would lose their that their loss is oufg and their grief is crops if it should enmo off in crop tune, bopoless Consumption," writes W. K. our grief. Lipscomb, of Washington, N. C. "Ho as they duvoto a great deal of lime ar2nd. That tho badgo of mourning bo guing over who is tho nicest man; and took all Kinds of remedies and treatgot a nice lot to se- ment from several doctors, but found worn by the Sir Knights for 30 days in fact they have lect from. no help til) ho lined Dr. King's New und that the charter bo draped in Discovery nnd wus wholly cured by mourning for the same length of time. A 3rd. That a copy of these resolutions Roilgious Author's State-- , six bottles. Ho Is man a meat. It's quick to relievo and tho surest bo spread on our minute book, for copypubseveral joars I was aetlltedwith euro for weak or soro lungs, Hemor- sent to the Intkiuok Journal, For licatim and a copy bo given to tho famkidney trouble and last Winter I was rhages, Coughs and Colds, Hronehllis, deceased brother. suddenly slrlclieffttTtli ere pntu La Grippe, Asthma nnd all Hrouchlal ily Hendricks Hayes, D. W. Caldwell, In y kidneys and wa routined to bed affections. .r0e and $1. Trial bottle eight duys unable to H'ct up without free. Guurauteed by Penny's Drug J. W Sweeney, committee. assistance. My urine contained a Stoio. Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimuthick whito sedl'iient and I passed Vicksburg is greatly excited ovor tho late tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is sumo frequently day and night. I wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that are commenced taking Foley's Kidney disappearance of Miss Madgo Nicld, crying out for help. Vltalle these daughter of n prominent traveling man, ltemedy, and tho pain gradually abat who has not been seen since atttending weak Insldo controlling nerves with ed and Dually ceased and my urine Dr. Shoop's Hestoratlvo, and see how became normal. 1 chtorfully recom- a music lesson Thurday afternoon. is suspected as every other tho-or- y quickly good health will como to you mend Foley 'h Kidney Remedy. Now again. Test It aod seo Sold by Penhas been explained. Drug y, o a rods-bur-n s. five-yer, WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, Friday Eve., Jan. 22, JED CARLTON Presents BEATRICE CORDON -- IX "Was She to Blame. 99 A dramatization of BERTHA SI. CLAY'S beautiful story, "A BITTER ATONEMENT." a complete etagc production special :cncry competent cast. Ii there is any humor in your make-uyou will laugh 'till you cry. If your heart hnsji tender spot this play will reach it. p Seats on Sale nt McRoberts' Drug Store. Prices 25, T0 and 75c. OVERCOATS AND inter suits AT COST Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. aell ." Ve fllr Kid'-napin-g 1 Stanford Co. i m and will bo "Wo 8 hot In cleared," exclaimed Grover and George Covington jail Lanter as thoy left tho for Williamstown to stand trial for'tho killing of Ethel and Sid Hansom, brothers, and tho wounding of Beverai others in a shooting alfray on tho streets of 8olf-defen- Williamstown. if you will tako Foley 's Orlno Laxative until tho bowels become regular you will not have to tako purgatives constantly, as Foloy's Orlno Laxative positively cures chronic constipation nnd sluggish liver. Pleamnt to tako. New Stanford Drug Co. ny's Drugstore. Bravo Fire Laddies Often receive severe burns, putting oul tires, then tiao Hucklun's Arnica Salvo and forget them. It soon drives out pain. For Hums, Scalds, Wounds, Cuts andfllruUes Its earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, Old Soros,, Dolls, Ulcers, Felons; best Pile cure made. Relief Is Instant. 25o at Penny's Druif Store, . Theolovorcst Imitation of real Colleo over yet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health Cotlee. It Is lino In flavor and Is made In just ono minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug Ky unanimous vote, the House of Storo. Representatives granted tho franking The receivers of the Jamestown Exprivilege to Mrs. Benjamin Harrison and Mrs. Grover Cleveland, widows of position filed a consolidated bill in tho former presidents. Federal court in which 1,272 delinquent Jamestown Exposition stock subscribELECTING HANGES Tlio Range to buy; u full raver; n money maker; Prevcnttcs those Candy Cold Curo ers are sued for balances will safoly and quickly check tho best baker. A largo lino of select froiu'undjwo will appreciato a cull. Tablets oall colds and the Grip. Trythem Che Baltimore Sun says: Lay on Mc- Sold by Penny s. 1 dlman, good and rough until he cries once and soo o it. "Hold, enough l,r Drug Store. 1 GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. i A v t9 t t r "'Fy ""'iflv,vwmirir' rwwhpv yV' "!"" " iy "?tr,,Trr 'Tfwn - v" I The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON E. C. O'Rear In a ttatement calls on Gov. Wlllson to convene the General Assembly in spec ial session to consider the county unit bill. He says, if free from entangle ments, he believes the bill would pass bccauHC a majority of the people- of Kentucky want it and tho peoplo should rule. Among other reasons he gives arc that it is tho greatest public question of.thc day and it should be settled now to savo tho Stnlo expense. At every session ha says this measure comes up and much of tho time of the General Assembly is consumed in considering it, delaying other legislation of importance nnd 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. ArrELLATK Judge u , In' Damages In the sum of 50,000 nre asked in n suit Tiled in the United States Court at Paducah by C. W. Rucker, of Metropolis, III., against 210 alleged night riders. The majority of the defendants nre residents of Lyon county, and many of them are prominent in Western Kentucky. Tho plain-tifwas Police Judge of Eddyville when he claims tho defendants compelled him to walk barefooted to the Cumberland River in his night clothes, where they 0 beat him unmercifully wth clubs. will bo 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 stripes behind prison walls. T $50,-00- A bill to substitute electrocution for hanging has been Introduced In the Tennessee Legislature Several Stato Legislatures will meet this week and elect United States Senators. Of these, tho fight in Illinois and tho choosing of Secretary Root in New York will be of especial interest. Should Senator Forakcr rcccivo from tho secretary of the treasury tho requested information as to how tho emercencv fund of 1899. amounting to $3,000,000, was expended, ho Is expect cd to make another speech that may the Brownsville affair. Senator Tillman made a speech in tho Senate in which ho added tho names of Attorney General Bonaparto and Post master General Meyer as members of President Roosevelt's "Ananias Club." Tho Senator said he was prepared for anything, even tho assassin's knife. William II. Taft was the guest of honor nt n big nonpartisan banquet at was Atlanta, Ga. Tho President-elec- t warmly greeted on his trip to Atlanta and made a number of speeches. In his address at the banquet he promised to do his utmost to appoint men of good character to Federal offices in the South. Tho Houso Committee on Rivers and Harbors voted against a general appropriation bill for river and harbor improvement. The committco will re port a bill providing for carrying on important work already begun for surveys and urgent projects proposed and for nnylemergencies which may arise. This bijl probably will not carry to exceed $10,000,000. At Munfordsville Judge Jones handed down an opinion granting an injunction rear-platfor- CIURCHJjIATTERS. Dawn, C L 30 acta Elliott, Dill 25 3 15 Rev. T. W. Barker will preach at Grcra,Thoms F n I 110 tint 7 30 McKinney next Sunday afternoon at 3 Johnton, Mfi M D tfM 3 95 o'clock. Ltaiure, Joe 4 Mm 4 50 The religious papers of America pub- Manuel, Thomas 5 src 1907-- credit lish 16,2C9,067 copies each a week; this 4 95 $1.30; balance includes Sunday school literature. Maion, M O n t 50 actea 2 60 James R. Allen and Miss Nannie Strphenton, Dare 17 acre 990 Mills, of Ellisburg, Casey county, were Ytet, Dan and John n I I acre I 55 married at Pcrryvillo at the resldenco STANFORD-COLORof G. L. Minor. Anderton, S D I acre $5 25 Tho 1,700 Baptist churches in Ken- Bright, Caleb laod 3 65 tucky havo 15 women auxiliaries, 142 Hijrdcn, Tim 4 20 town lot Sunbeam bands nnd 212 women's mis6 23 Mocker, Alfa I acre sionary societies. 3 65 JacLton, J S lanJ Mnhonoy, of Wnddy, LillarJ, Edward tit lot Elder J. F. 3 15 Shelby county, has accepted the chnrgc Logan, Isaac I 6 25 acre of the Christian church nt Highland Mullingt, Wilton 3 acres J65 Park, Jefferson county. Pleaianti, Jim I acre 4 20 Southern Presbyterian foreign mis2 90 Slewart hri land, credit $1.23; balance sion collections last month were 2 10 Thomai, Francis 3 acres $CS3.31 over tho same a loss of I 55 Wade, Davidson n r I acre month tho preceding year. Warren, Lou lot 3 15 A'convcntion of Biblo students, for I1TE. WAYNESBURG-- WI the purpose of pushing the adult Bible $4 20 class movement in Kentucky, will be Alford. N M 23 acres 6 20 held in Louisville February 11 nnd 12. Au,lin, Mrs Sarah 73 acres 2 50 Louisville Baptists will next month Baitm hrs L M 140 acres 1 ED. 5, km 290 LU6KY FOR you. A large number of young people in Cleveland have resolved to live for two weeks as Christ'would. The movement has assumed a scope far beyond the expectations of its promoters. Fully volunteers have officially joined the movement byfattempting the test and pledglnglthemselves to walk in His steps. Even city officials are taking an interest, and are ruminating on what Jesus would do if He were a city off10,-0- icial. .1 HUSTONVILLE-COLOR- ED. message to Congress vetoing the bill to will be occupied that day by visiting PAIR SHOP. Dailey, Thomas acre $3 65 construct a dam across the James river preachers. I 1iiioiviii'1 it I ii e k 1 Tho marriage of Miss Lena Hemen- uwl Ki'iicral in Missouri. repair nhoii at my honh, the olfl tnlluutH D.if.tlJ. Will 5 acres Htimfiml on John W. Kern gave out a statement way, daughter of Senator Hemenway, prurty nrul tlu u klmrii ofiitkt. near llii. Compton, Ed lot risk tliti publlu in which he charges that "all sorts of and A. Bennett Gates, of Indianapolis, tuvi(l, l'Al'I. JKHMK, Ililituuvllli-- , Ky. Cooper, Richard lot took place at the New Willard Hotel, Givens, Ellen 2 lots treachery, corruption and double dealWashington City. Gillispie, Green lot ing" were responsible for his defeat. S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. fcditor James W. Simpson, of the Goode, Ed lot President Roosevelt has decided to J. B. PAXTON, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER Hall. Cal lot spend the $300,000 appropriated by Con- Monticello Outlook, and Miss Elnora H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Robinson, eldest daughter of Dr. A. T, Hocker, Mack acre gress for the relief of tho Italian earthOIRBOTORSi McCormack, Geo Jr. lot , quake sufTerers in the erection of about UOUIU3UU, vi DKTcu, were united in marriage last week. Meadoes, Jake J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford; acres 3,000 modest framo dwellings. Miss Bertha Brown, daughter of Mr. John U. Foster, Stnuford; V. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Run- Powell. Will lot A bill to guarantee bank deposits was Ross, Henry n r kin, LiiucMUTS J. 1J. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, introduced in tho Indiana Stato Senate and Mrs. It. S. Brown, and David acie Gilberts Creek; II. L. Hiiiiblo, Lancaster; W. Singleton, Henry lot by Senator Grube, of Kosciusko and Jones, both of Garrard, were married MONDAY, FEB. 8, Smith, Patty lot II. CiniimiiiH, I'rcitchorsville; Lilhtirn and Marshall counties. National banks nt tho residence of the bride's parents, Eld. F. M. Tinder performing the cereGooch, Gilberts Creek. are exempt from Its provision. CRAB ORCHARD-WHI- TE. Representative Edwards, of Ken- mony. 8 50 Being the tl day ol the February term ol the Boblitt, F F 5? acres tucky, Introduced a bill in tho House to Tho fight of tho Prohibitionists start Lincoln county court. 1 will, between the hours Farris, Mrs Emma lot 4 15 appropriate $7,500 to erect a monument ed In the general assembly 36 90 at Colum- oi 9 o'clock M. and 4 o'clock P. M in Guest, J W 175 acres to Daniel Boone at Cumberland Gap, bia, S. C, when three bills were intro- front of the A. 18 95 door in StanforJ, Ky., Hiatt. A M.'n i 197 acres where the State lines of Kentucky, duced in both houses as follows: To s:ll at public II 40 outcry to the highest and best bid- Hutchison,' James n I 92 acres Virginia join. Tennessee and provide State-wid- e prohibition; to pro- - der fc cash in hand, the following lists, or so Kruegrr, Fred n r 64 acret 3 90 Gov. Willson, before departing for viuu mr mo ciu.iwjK up unu me uisposl Marcum, Mrs Amelia 100 acres 9 40 much at will pay laies, cott and penally. Atlanta to attend a dinner to bo given tion of tho stock of the countv illsnnn. 2c. 2 10 At fast at payments are made the names will Reese, Jennie 10 acres sariea in force now, under tho local op- President-elec- t to Taft, denlid that Silcr, Elder 125 acres 8 85 nun m Hti-usmjuur urummcrs ut disappear. to there hud been a break between him $5,000. 5 20 llie amount set opposite each name includes Todd. I1221acres and the other Statu officials. Ho Haiti lOc. CRAH ORCHARD-COLOR6 pet cent, penally andfeost of advertising. that cordial relatione existed between Slmplo Remedy For La Grippe Butcher, Silva 1.2 acre I 30 T. J. HILL. Sherilf. Hacking la grlnpo coughs that may him and his official family. Dutcher, Mary lot 55 2c. develop into pneumonia Opposition will be made to tho a .i over Dollingt, Geo 2 acret; credit 65c; Lai. 2 05 STANFORP-WHIT- E. Kintmcnt of former Gov. Herrick, of night Tiro qulckiy cured by Foloy'n lot ..' Guest, Jennie 2 10 lO 12c. Ohio, as Secretary of the Treasury by Honey und Tur. The sore and lu- Bamett, Mrs Eluabeth hoirte and lot $ 3 15 lUyet, Willard I acre 2 90 in tho conservation ll umed lungs ure healed and strength- Bright. J W'n I 150 acres persons interested 47 75 Humber, EffieU2 acre I 30 I 60 of national resources. It is alleged tho ened, und u dangerous condition Is Collings, Mrt Bettie 40 acret Pennington, Ceo 9 acres 3 65 former Governor has secured water quickly averted. New Stanford Drug Carpenter, Dovic'iad Bettie house and I 30 Slaughter, Mattie lot H. B. Ky. lot foe 1907.8 Co. rights in which he is interested, , 35 15 T. J. HILL, Sheril. I 1 Austin. Ed 5 acret Dattin, Henry hrt 5 acres Carton, Joe 14 acres Cattwell, John n r 14 acret , Collier, G C n r 2 acres Curtis. Allen 33 acres The Grand Army of the Republic de- icines. 3rd. He never comments on or critisires a national celebration of thelOOdth Thomas 50 acres William H. Taft, in an address to Ne- Clark. anniversary of the birth of Lincoln on cises prescriptions by word or look. Dclk. Silas 32 acres 4th. That if any clerical error be groes at the colored Y. M. C. A. nt Davidson, S N hrt town lot Feb. 12, and has asked President RooseAugusta said that the race question velt to issue a proclamation to the coun discerned in a prescription, he most was one Dye, James 9 acres; credit $1.50 for the Negroes themselves to suavely postpones filling the precription try inviting and urging such a celebra Egbert, Frank 25 acres beuntil the physycian can be consulted solve and that they could do it by tion. coming industrious citizens and making Elliott, S C n r 28 acres and the prescription corrected. Elliott, Lou n r 8 acret Louisville is coming by leaps and 5th. That a physieianlmay rest per themselves indispensable in the com- Estes, Eliza 4 acres bounds now. Last'weck there were 30 fectly easy when in the hands of Mr. munities in which they live. Estes, Bettie 19 acres The 20th annual meeting of the Unitmore births than deaths. If this ratio Shugars; that he will be given a square America will hegin Erant, Elia n r 20 acres is kept up long enough dark, dismal Lon- deal, that everything entrusted to his ed Mine Workers of JF y at Indianapolis. A hard fight Fletcher, Claude acre lot don will be but a village compared with care will be given his most painstaking I iughes, town will be made on President Lewis by the supervision. care and the great Falls City. faction headed by John Walker, who McGinnis, Arthur town lot Lastly we recommend that he receive Nspier, J K hrs 83 aciea "Cousin Carrie" Nation is keeping a share of the patronage at the hands was defeated for the presidency. Appropriation bills will claim the at Nuener, Ed lot up her reputation on the other sido of "of the physicians and the public, is our tention of both Houses of Congress for Richard), G A 28 acres the pond. She was arrested at New. sincere desire. W. F Hickle, Sec'y. a portion of the time during the pres- Robuuon, James lot castle-on-Tyn- e for dmashing a saloon ent week. and went tq jail as usual. MATRIMONIAL. John Terrill, colored, lost both legs Shoen, Henry 30 acres hy falling between cars while attempt- Schwab, Albert 38 acres C J. Bronston, tho Lexington law- ing to climb on a moving train at Be-re- a. Spaw, Ellen n r I acre In a speech in Georgia, PresidentWaggoner, Thomas 50 acres elect Tnft made friends of the spin- yer, has brought suit for divorce. John Lewis, colored, aged 18 years, Walls. Walter 10 acret; credit $2.50; N. D. Bradley and Miss Katie Bailey sters when he stated that matrimony accidentally shot and killed Esquire balance was not necessary and that the old maid will be married at Crab Orchard y. Lewi3, aged 11 years, at Nicholasvillo. Freddie Padgett, 19, and Miss Ruth was a blessing. is President-elec- t last Walls. WH 10 acres This Taft's Lioveiace, la, oi me waynesburg sec- week at Aucusta, prior to his depart Wilcher, Ceo 25 acres POLITICAL. tion, will be made one by Rev. J. M. ure next week for the canal zone. Wright. Sutan R lot y. Police Judge J. L. Cogar is dead t Wright. Ceo lot Representative Charles B. Landis, of Cook at Highland ,. The last Sunday in February is Field Midway. Yates. Idel lot Indiana, said he would not accept the Day for the Anti Saloon League of Yocum. A A and W C 60 acres office of public printer. President Roosevelt sent a special Stanford and all four of the churches NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE- - Yocum, Amelia 10 acres If John 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 nnd pledges broken but Mr. Kern will neither remedy matters nor make himself stronger with the Hoosier democrats by playing the' baby act. He should take his defeat like a man. Raugh.'Silas 32 acres Daugh, Isaac 153 acres Boone, Nub 3 acres Dattin, J D 125 acres Dattin, Mary E 144 acres Dock Icy, Wrn n r 127 acres Collier, J II and RC land Delaner, Phil I acre DaviJion, JsmcTGO acres Floyd. J B 39 acres Wil-mo- re Gillam. J C n I lot Gooch, Sam 10 acres Haggard, W G65 acres Hragley, Geo A n r 166 acres Heath, Thomas n r 55 acres restraining the committee from mect'- Iliatt. BD 151 acres ing at Elizabethtown Feb. 2 to award Kenny, Jas 8 acres the certificate in the race for the dem McDonald. M C hrs lot ocratic nomination for Commonwealth's McKeruie, Mack n r lot attorney. On tho face of tho returns Meredith, James 153 acres; credit J. Lewis Williams, of Barren, won in $1.70; balance the primary but Judge Frank Daugh-crtMoote, D M 20 acres elecof Nelson, is contesting the Osborne, James 100 acres tion on the grounds that Williams ui ed Pitman. W R I 4 acres money and whisky in violation of the Reynolds. W P 33 acres contract entered into. Riley, Mrs Alia 109 acres Rutherford, John 80 acres Resolutions of Respect. Sunt. J W 25 actct Helps Orphans. The Lincoln County Medical Society Hundreds of orphans have been Singleton. A K 172 acres in session assembled, learning with sin- helped by tho President of,Tho Indus- Somonu, Charles n r 177 acres cere regret that this society is to be de- trial and Orphan's Home at Macon," Smith, Era 200 acres prived of the services of one of our best Ga , who writes: "We liavn used Slull. Belle 51 acres citizens andmost efficient pharmacists, Electric Hitters In this Institution for Lpthegrove hrs 75 acres therefore be it resolved nine jears. It has proved a most ex- Wilcher. JB 150 acres 1st. That this society recommend W. cellent mediclno for Stomach, Liver Young. Sallie 34 acres 1907-- 6 K. Shugars to the people where he may and Kidney troubles. We regnrd it Young, Mrs PA 15 acres choose to locate, as a gentleman of the us one of tho best family medicines on Young, W A I acre arrango for the Southern Baptist convention which will meet in Louisville in May. Over 4,000 delegates and visitors are expected. The members of tho Christian church are contemplating the building of a parsonage Hon W. H. Shanks is the chairman of tho committco to look after the matter. The "Mid Year Missionary Rally" of the Kentucky Conference held nt last week was n great success. It was one of the most enthusiastic meetings tho Kentucky Conference has ever held. Mr. Stubbs, a lawyer of Atlanta, Ga., was the principle speakB. er. The Sunday School at Omer Chapel, Rowland, is one of the very best in Lincoln 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 Rowland, are the moving spirits in the good enterprise and they are deserving of much praise for their grand work. 5 10 7 05 3 40 16 10 8 35 2 65 4 50 5 J5 5 75 4 75 1 55 2 90 5 50 2 85 3.90 10 95 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 $10, Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. 3 65 3N5 4 75 7 25 3 65 5 15 4 75 twojjrices We want them out of the way. We need the money and we have assorted them and made $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. 4 75 3 90 aes 'I President 40 fi'50 9 35 2 60 5 15 1 90 H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Eg 2 40 2 90 $4 75 highest type, a citizen of the broadest views and a pharmacist skilled in the art of compounding the most difficult prescriptions. 2nd. He never counter prescribes or recommends proprietary patent med- It invigorates the vital organs, purifies the blood, nld digestion, creates appetite. To strengthen and build up thin, palo, wcnkchildren people it has no equnl or run-doBest for female complaints. Only 50c at Penny's Drugstore. earth." I IUSTONVILLE-- WI ilTE. New Ledgers, Journals And S LA In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. lD Vts In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally. . W m T PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. CIk Lincoln County national Sank Of Stanford. Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 33,330.00 340,000.00 Sheriffs Saleor Taxes! '09, V I court-hout- e Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens 9 to 9 Roosters 4 4 Chickens 9 to N ia, ED. Turkeys to Scrap Iron. Rubber. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. MWaMU Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 l-- :" tsaiMM!fea JJm Vr .A- T.lfr wgi 1mH TWp-- - As Long As Present Stoc Long Cloth Wo Holt. Bolt Nnlnsook (clicckctl) for Underwear 12Jc ynrd.' : UNTIL FEB'Y. 1ST Vt will oflcr any Clonk or Fur in our house nt The lino embraces somo swell styles in Ladies' Mulfe and Neck Pieces. Monoy-Saving ONE-THIN- Lace Values. price. Special vnluo linen laces Special vnluo linen lnccs A 3 , V ofT tlio inch to 2J inch nt fie. to Castor Conts, Haiti Coats, nt these nt 7c. Special Vnlues in Uloncli Cottons nt "Lineno" Sheeting nt 25c. 40-inc- h Cc, Or nnl 10c ynnl. You enn nflord to look a cencon nhend Cotton cluncy lnccs and insertion nt 7c. l'ricp. 1- Special value Hntriburg nnd Insertion fie yard. -2 Unbleached Sheeting nt 8Jc. Cnlicocs nt Cc. Al Children's Coats and J -- 3 Off the Price. Special value Hamburg in Baby Seta 10c ynrd. New Patterns in Vnl Lnccs, Linon, Ilnntl-Mnd- c Cluney, tc. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btakfohd, Ky., Rex coal, nlwnys tho same; never va ries. Denham Bros. I 6c SON. STANFORD KY. Embroidery and Lace Opening for Season of 1909. Tho openiug of this eenon means tatli us no change of methods, except in the line of betterment; better facilities menus For many years this storo lias liccn noted for better service. its Luces and Embroideries. This season will bo different only in tho extra cffbit put forth to make it the most euccc fful in our long career. Hamburg insertions nnd edges to mntch; nil now patterns per yard 10c and up to 50c. Corbet cover embroidery, 18 inches wide, on Nainsook nnd Swis, per yard 50c and up to 81. Baby setn, a lnrgo nssorttneiit of these populnr edges nnd insertion", nil licaiitiful patterns in mntch sets, per ynrd 10 to 20c. in Swiss and Nainsook, every ono new nnd hnndsomo in design, much in vogue this season, per yard 50c to $3.00. To close we offer 50 patterns of cotton torschon laces nnd inertions to match, 1 to 5 inches wide, 10 nnd 12Ac values, our price 5c. Call nnd sec us. All-ove- WR have on hand all kinds of fresh A NEW stock of Oliver plows, plow gear, etc., on hands. Come and sco us. meats. Sco us Wilkinson & Lutes. - Jan. Use Chattanooga plows for. good Hi, 1900 1909 crops. Geo. II. Farris. storo-houso New assortment of local view post cards nt Penny's Drug Storl. Some very special bargains In Box Paper, but tho supply is limited. AbIc to sco them. l'unns Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mas. W. S. Jones has beep quite, sick. V Mrs. J. S. Owsley is visiting her nnront nt Krnnklin. Mn. John Lutes went to London Friday to buy cattle. Tub accd Mrs. Susan T. Harris is confined to her tx-- by illness. J. It. HakiUS spent several days at Lancaster with his homefolks. Mits. W. S Deniiam went to Danvillo yesterday to see n sick relative I'KltniN, of Anderson, lnd., is clerkinc for J. L. Beazley & Co. Miss Melissa IIamm. of Hinttsvillc, irns the truest of Miss Alice Kankin. Mrs. Hannah L. Stkgeii. of Crab Orchard, is visiting relatives in Kansas City. SllEL D ALTON takes this method of Mil. A. AtiDAMS, of Crab Orchard, expressing bis very grateful thanks to took the train here yesterday for tho good people of Rowland and Darst-tow- n for the substantial presents sent Mnq. n Four. p. B. Hakims, of Crab to his family during Xmas urchurd. passed down to Louisvlllo last week. Chief B. D. Carter was the righ Miss Kiina Kiser. of Cincinnati, is man in the right place Friday afternoon Hus- tho Kuest of Miss Mcllo Hopper at when ho stopped n runaway team at tonville. tho risk of his life. It took nerve to do Miss Alza Thompson, of Mt. Ver- it but "Bony" has got it and used it. non, was the guest of Mrs. logan K. Jim Allen, nged about CO, was run Hughes. Klwoou Weatiiekfoiu), of Huston-vill- over and killed by a freight train near who has double pneumonia, is se- Hnzcl Patch Thursday night. John Carter was running tho engine thnt riously ill. A LITTLE eon nrrived Friday to fur- killed him. Allen was a rather substanther bles the union of .Mr. and Mrs. tial citizen of Laurel county. d d mm Itieh-mono, New line of spectacles. Eyes tested Six thoroughbred Black frco at the New Stanford Drug Co.'s Berkshire Hhoats; weight about CO store. For Sale or Rent. Tho Warner (rounds. Geo I). Hopper, Jr. One iucubator nnd brooder, In good on East Main Street. ApWe hnve secured tho agency for the shape, for sale. Mrs. W. C. Shanks, ply at once to W. K. Wnrnor. celebrated South Bund Chilled nnd Bel- Stanford. For Sale A completo set of good knap Chilled Plows. Inspect their qualdropped dead on the John Very cheap if sold broom machinery. ity nnd get our prices before you buy. railroad Ansel traik near Pine Knot yesterat once. S. P. Gray, Stanford, Ky. Geo. I). Hopper. day morning of heart failure. He leaves An examination for graduation in tho The stockholders of tho Lincoln Coun- n wife but no children. common school branches will bo held ty Pair Association are requested to Mrs. Sallib Shipman was well at the court house Jan. 29 nnd 30. G. meet in tho directors' room of the First known in Somerset, where sho had Singleton, Supl. National Bank at 1 o'clock next Friday, many warm friends, who were pained Strayed from W. T. West's prem- Jan. 22. Jus. F. Cummins, Sec. to hear of her death. She was the widises, in Lancaster, n red cow, with Auditor's Agent L. W. Huc.hes' ow of tho late Frank Shipman, and Rewhite spots on sides; dehorned. Kale of land in front of tho court house they resided in Somerset in tho late ward for information. door yesterday was well attended nnd n o Read the sale advertisement of My- about half of thu advertised list was "Was She to Blame?" nnd Mr. Jed sold to various parties at satisfactory ers Bros., who will sell their livery outCarlton are now one. Eleven years' fit nt nuction beginning nt 10 o'clock prices. connection with this attraction is n suf. Saturday week, Jnn. 30. To Horsemen If you have a stal- ficient guarantee of the merit of tho play and the competency of the comDr. W. N. CitAlO will be in Stanford lion or jack to sell, write to the Combination Sale Co., Huston-vill- pany. One night only at Walton's OpTuesday and and Ky., for particulars of the stal- era House, Friday night, Jan. 22nd. Wednesday, prepared to test eyes and supply ou with glasses. Office oyer lion and jack salo to be held thero Feb. Six committees of both branches of 10th and 11th. i Mc Roberts' Drug Store. Congress are busy with the work W. H. Hlggins. For Sale. lican m Hus-tonvil- e, that Bowling Green Samuel II. Hill died suddenly of npoplexy while his son was being prepared for burial, ho having died in New Mexico nnd was sent home for interment. Tho cider Hill was raised near Maywood, this county, and was an auctioneer of some note. At has fallen to them as a result of the clashes between the President and the national legislative body. I'ulns of women, head pains, or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pitin Tablets. Sco full formula on 2Tu. Box. Sold by TRIBBLE & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes; STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Congressman Harvey Hiilm has asked the Postolfice Department to put poital clerks on tho trainbetween and Richmond for the better accommodation of tho people, especially In this, Madison nnd Garrard counties. He has been assured of favorable action by the department. Lou-isvil- lo I'enny'n Drug Store NOTICE. nmlMrylliliiK touinku IIIIIK". Full Stock of Oliver wry HM Wt lll ofTi r to Hip lilRlictt Lklilor nt our MlllMtlotl 1KK)1 Mrt'tl, 1W,! HATt'UDAY, JAN. n lot of nooil liorx'. Iiueelcs. linrnAs. nur ri'jm, ilriMillncrn' unt!uni, iloulilli liuriichl :. 11 nrit-clii- M T II t) o of Mns. 11. C LeComitf, of Frankfort, ocned for business yestcrdny is with her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Cic- with Abijah Fairchild as cashier to sucero Reynolds. ceed Judge Charles McConnaghy, who Mu. anii Mrs. Andrew Dillion, of now languishes in the Newport jail for Crab Orchard, were guests of LM Wilk- alleged manipulations which cost the inson and family. stockholders $58,000. All matters have The Current Events Club will meet been adjusted and total losses paid. Hugh Itcid Thursday niter-noo- n with Mrs. Padgett. Rowland I). Padgett, one at 2 o'clock. GEO. W. 1'IIKt.rs, of Madison, was of the best citizens of tho Waynesburg tho guest of his undo, Dr. Clifton Fow-le- section, died last week after a protrac-e- d illness, aged about CO. The burial for n lew days. His wife died l)it. C. M. Thompson, of Kingsvillo, took place at Eubanks. nndTheo. S. Kcynotds, of WnynesburK, some years ago but he is survived by several children. For somo time Mr. were here yesterday on business. Mu. Harry Ai.tminr.E was out yes- Padgett was under treatment of Dr. terday for the first tlmu, after several W. B. O'Bannon, of this place. weeks' seige with typhoid fever. In the republican primary in Casey Mrs. J. W. Cockino nnd Miss Alma been visit Saturday, Lincoln Wells, present sherHubble, of McKinney, have iff, was nominated for county judge: F. injr Mrs. Clark Moore at Somerset. and A. Land for circuit clerk; Q C. Godby Mrs. Bedell Chancellor daughter, Miss Anna Chancellor, are for county attorney; W. C. Cundiff for county clerk; T. F. Murphy for sheriff; visiting relatives nt Noblesville, lnd. J. C. Lay for school super.ntendent, Huuhle, of tho Miss Stella Wo section, hns matriculated at and J. S." Richardson for jailer. regret that our young friend, Jason the State Normal School at Richmond. Wesley, who has made n model circuit Dn. James W. Guest left for Ala., to attend tho wedding of his clerk, was defeated for a renomination. nieco, Miss Louiso Vass. Courier Jour"Was She to Blame?" is ono of tho nal. most realistic dramas placed beforo the MissJESSir. Ukanu Cooke returned public. Not ono line in the entire play to Nashville yesterday after n visit to is It deals with every duy her sisters hero and relatives nt life and is without a doubt tho prettiest story ever written. Tho audience nevMiss Alice Rankin entertained some er loses interest during the play. It is SO of her young friends Saturday night a nielangn of pathos and comedy. "Was' in honor of her brother, Mr. McMillan Sho to Blame," is a play that once seen Rankin, of Rndford, Pa. is never forgotten. At Walton's Opera Mr. J. L. Spoonamoiie has returned House one night only, Friday, Jan. 22. to his home in Cleburne. Texas, nfter Sam Cordier, familiarly known as spending sonjo timo with his parents, I'ote, hnd both legs broken, one above Mr. nnd Mrs. E. S. Spoonamoro. At n moetlng of tho directors or tho tho anklo and tho other just below tho Garrurd Bank & Trust Co., of Lancas-te- r, knee, at tho depot hero Friday mornMr. J. C. Eubanks, of this placo, ing. He was standing on a freight car was . that had been pushed into tho switch first News comes from Appalachia, Va., and which left tho track. He jumped that a little daughter has arrived at the and sustained tho injuries mentioned home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, ubove. Mr. Cordier has been in tho formerly of this placo. Tho mother employ of the L. & N. for many years and is a son of Mr. Frank Cordier, of wus Miss Eulah Tottcn. Mus. Anna D. VanArsdale, who is this placo. visiting in Nashville, was just recoverWe havo just learned of tho death of ing from the effects of a suvere fall, when she fell ugaln and broke an arm Mrs. John J. ,Hagan ut Corbin. DeMuch sympathy is felt for her by her ceased wus tho daughter of Mr. and many friends hern. Mrs. Jesso Mershon, formerly of this r county, and a of Mr. LOCALS. and Mrs. Grove C. Kennedy, of tho Clothes French cleaned. Cook & East End. Sho was u most excellent Farmer. young woman und her taking uwuy has Rex coal is guaranteed to. plcuso. cast a gloom over the littlo city In which she lived and where she was greatly Try it. Denham Bros. . loved, llosides the husband and parTwo rooms over Tom Pence's storo ents, Mrs. Hagan leaves a brother und two little children, the younger only for rent. W. A. Tribble. about a month old. May the good Lord new hone collar, the beat one heln those who are bowed down by erief See our over her untimely decafee. on tho market. Geo. H. Parrk K. T. Carter. THE Citizens National Bank Mon-ticell- r, Mr. Geokqe H. Cooper, the bes county clerk in the State nnd the cleverest human being on top of ground, announces this i9suo for for county clerk nt the primary Feb. C. Mr Cooper's physical condition and the fact that ho has been busy waiting on the board of supervisors and with the arduous dudes of his office, has kept him from making a canvass, but he desires the democrats to know that he greatly appreciates tho favors shown him and asks that he be remembered again when the votes are cast in the primary two weeks from next Saturday. Col. J. I. Clmmller.Auct. HO"., Chilled PLOWS : Tha , Joseph Pric Sanatorium, North IjiiiciikIi r Ktriet. Stanford, Kontucky. KorTri'iitmcnt of tlie Kt, Nose,Itictiil UrThroat. Knr. Kutt. NcnoiiHti'Ui iiml urKt'r. I tivnlto-l'rliinr- and Repairs. I . Executrix Notice lo Mo-bil- e, over-draw- e. vouuls tlicy muat lw pruvtU l) too oath of oiuroth.T L't'rxiu In mlilltloit to the oath of clntiuuut. Mo art ImU'htitl to tlierstiiti" All wron are r.'Miit'Mr'l to my their to "Was Sue so Blame?" is a guaran- tni' UIHltTnlitiHtl, a ml l. tlinaiiMilU the cotts .M. ll.MWUN. ol ii nut. teed attraction at Walton's Opera Murk Hardin, Dic'U. House, Friday night, next, Jan. 22, and the manager is to be congratulated on engaging an nttraction of this class. says, "Wus Sho to An exchangu Blame?" is the best company visiting this section this season. It is n draWearu In Dosltlou toilonll Uliuli) ol con llloi k Work, l'immienti ticli matic treat to tho masses, endorsed by rrrtliiK. fact. iaarun inaktinm tlilint from n ami. lu Wo tan nrvf hoiuodoHii to a h'lico the press, public and pulpit nt large. you promptly ami Kuurniittv Sam Jones says it is a sermon that work anil niati rial, full ami Kft our prkta should bo heard und seen by every man, iK.'ioruou ouy jour limit run at Iran. woman and child in America Rev. Abo Mulkey says it is one of those plays that make every ono that sees it feel Stanford, Ky. that they ought to live a better lifo. The comedy is pure and simplo and and plenty of it, nil tho way through the bill from tho sublime to tho ridiculous. A beautiful blending of pathos and comedy once seen never forgotten. llr.i-HlKxci-utrl- tl to ir.''Ht tlicm tu thu uixtiTnlKiml, erl- niHi iuToruin; 10 ia. (juimmiii'. 'will Hint It their claims nn oiwii nc- - Ml ixruoim ImNltiK I'lulniliipilnnt lliu Murk llanlln.ilo-t'iiMil.itrriiuikt- - W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Is- CONCRETING Watch IThis Space .Next xl. sue for Bargains in Up to1 1 llrit-cla- n PHILLIPS BROS., Date Goods SEEDS. Wo el! I'loM'm. mviI mm The directors of tho First National Bank of Stanford, at its annual meeting held Jan. 12, 1909, unanimously ndoptcd thu following resolutions: Whereas it has pleased tho Omnipotent Ruler of all persons to remove from tho society of those who love him, our friend und associate for many years in business. Col. T. P. Hill, and whereas we desire to express in an official and personal manner our recognition of his ubillty, fidelity and faithfulness as a member of our board of directors, therefore be it resolved: 1st. That our board has lost ono of Its most conservative, wise and judicious counselors, ourselves un ngreeable and fulthful friend, his family u devoted father apd husband, and tho county ono of its oldest, most useful nnd respected cittzens und thu Stuto ono of ni'i'Ua direct irlC(H, Wo kliln loi,t onalltv Meld ami carilcn tu fiirmvris at Hiut-.- t w holt-nai- f Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, KY. uran's. corn, cane smi, millet, cow ptu,aoju txan. M'lll VOlUIOflf, CIIOIHIKH pillUIl, IHJ. gulden tatoanil tomato allpn. onion lituna, Kartten pum. all kliulu Karilen, Held ami llower ct'd. la nil pluiter and fertllli-em- . Write u lor prht'k anil tainplt a. male Hiua ou num. uted out, !, XAMHVIM.KHKKIMH).. M Htcoml At'., North, Na.hvllle, Tenn. t. A BIG COMBINATION -- SALE ! Notice to Contractors Htuiiuml. Ky.. .Ian. . lwm. thu KUcul Court pro of Lincoln count), K)., Unite poaaia lor (no ertciion ami compniiou 01 a new OF- High-Clas- s Stallions and Jacks Will bu held nt grand-daughte- its greatest lawyers. 2nd. Wo extend to his family our sympathy for thu Irreparable loss it has sustained; und as a personul mark of respect to his memory and u just tribute to his greatness us 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, I'res. J no. J. McRobkbts, Sec'y. counlt court houn' on tho nuhllc miuareln tlmclty of HtanforU anreciiblu to plana uml aneclftcutloua prepared liv Alclil- ticta Kritnk 1'. Mllburn.V t'o., Waalilnnton ! t'. I'luuawlll lie mi le with thu Architect mat with thel'ouuty at Stanford, Kut-l- i hid a I'ontiuctor will lilu with certified cluck, iniidu pujalilu tu J. H. w, aa e Idenco of County JlldKc, for good fitlth on hla part, and II hit hid la accepted, that he will enter Into contract at a once anil tliiinaccelulliit:uariiuteuconi-pmy'Und, iwi.Mihhi to thu county, for l' ht cent, of the contract price for the laltli-il- l IKirforiuuuco ol the contract. Thu Iruclor will Ihj piildNMx'r cent. at thu work prunrac, retaining Ai per cent, until linal completion. All lilUa to lie acaletl ami II led Kith the lu A M. Kehruary CountvUlcrk onur lutu.lWJU. Thu KUcul Court reaem thorlnht to re. Jcvtauy orull ulda. J. H. UWHLK Y, J It., County J u Jkv. 11 (rk HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY, ON 111 (Iw-le- ''l February Hustonville 10 and u, 1909. Dluuks. Write for Kntry4 Combination Sale Company, HUSTONVILLE, KY. (IKOKaK U.UOOPU,UIrk, Big Sale of Business Horses Will beHc!d March 24 and 25. - i -1 i -- -- , r Tf f a sVanaj f &mffm V i a? H candidate Coroner Lincoln per acre. ty, subject to the nctlon of tho Democrntlo for democratic primary primary ren. n, mv. Herman Drandt has purchased Dr. election for Lincoln county,, to nomi Holzbcrg from Barney Schrcibcr for ZORA P. SMITH BnltredinOie PotUOffict at Stanford a nate candidates for county offices. $2,200. laacnndtrtnte for magistrate In I he Huston, tteorui-dtmatter. 1st. A primary election is hereby vllle district, subject to the notion of tho Horseshoers of Saxony must pass a (ciuocrnuc party. called to bo held in tho several voting EXCHANGE. precincts of Lincoln county on Satur public examination before they are t n ftAtwtlilfttn In, DUDDERAR . I... W. M MEAL properly qualified. ni..l.(,li .., day, February, Gth, 1909, between C A tf.. My Star, 2:03, owned by John and tontllle district, subject to the nctlonnf the I nm nt nil times prepared to rtchnnge M, and 4 r. m., for the purpose of nom Lotta Crabtrco, slipped on tho ico as ho rvilll.VI II.1V IMII.J. men! for corn. 41 jr mill will run eery (Sat urday, hick tinner, Miner. inatinf democratic candidates for tho was being speeded in Boston andbroke . J.ll.dll.KKUHOy. J. K. HELM, SR., offices of county judge, county nttor tlrnti Orchard, Ky, a leg. The animal was valued at Ian candidate for maglstrnle In the ncy, county clerk, sheriff, jailer, rep district, situjrt t to tho nctlon of the Democratic party. rcscntativc, assessor, school supcrin' Jacob H. Perkins, of Cleveland, comThe Truth tendent, magistrates of the several pleted the purchaso JAMES ItoKECHNIE at Lexington of 24 Every person in this city who isuir magisterial districts, constables, coro matched black horses which will be Is n candidate for Mnglslrnte In Hlnnford Pimples, Dand fering from Eczema, District, subject to the action of tho Demoner and surveyor. shipped to Cleveland to be used by the cratic pnrty. ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis 2nd. All democrats who nre legal famous Troop A, or "Black Horso ease, can find relief and be permanent voters of Lincoln county, or who will ItchinlfSkiirbiseases Troop," In the Taft inaugural parade. Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid lot bo legal voters on the 2nd day of No W. B. rfurton sold to U. M. West n For external use. All durggists tell ZEMC vembcr, 1909, are entitled to voto in external use. Zcmo gives instant pair of mules, 15 hands high and four PENNY'S DRUG STORE. their respective precincts, and are re- years old, for $355. At V. S. Hens-loy- 's relief and permanently cures any form )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All quested to do so. sale, corn brought $3 In tho crib, Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, 3rd. Every candidate who desires to n mule brought $115, a cow $32.50 .and lose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. have his name printed on the ballots to farming implements sold well. W. 1). G. bo used in said primary election shall L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Burton, who has been In tho mountains Surgeon Dentist, on or before 12 o'clock midnight of the for several days to buy stock, bought I STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with 27 mules at London and Barbourville FARM FOR tho treasurer of tho committee the sum The farm of Office over Mclsoberta Drug Store in hereby fixed as the entrance fee in tho averaging $150 each. Ho also (bought land, Ivlng one1)0 acres, of good lilun gran mile. North of McKlnney.on 27 mules in tho Cincinnati Stock Yards the Htnnfont pike, improvements nnd race for the office for which he is a and shipped them to tho Wilson the Owsley Building. 'Live fencing good; plenty of water nm! fruit. candidate, said sum so realized to be Also 111 acres of tlmliered Innd one mile Stock Co., at Wilson, N. C, for which Knal of McKlnnerthalf under fence itdcntr used in defraying tho expenses of the of witter nnd good tolmccn Innd. Hi grow- he paid the hnndsomo sum of $1,G00. ng crop. j.a.iiivkmk, Agent, rtitwit Ttbaecf ami t Tobacco primary. At the same time the candi Lancaster Itecord. McKlnuey, Ky. f date shall give written notice to the larns. chairman that he desires to bo a candiA tickling or dry cough can be of Nothing But Insurance date, and name the office he seeks. quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Tho entrance fee of candidates shall Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlorobe as follows: For sheriff, $10; for form, nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold D. deslra to sell nrlrntelr in stoeknf flro- county judge, $10; for county at- by Penny's Drug Store. rrrlesnnd Itnrdwnrr. lMng n good The Insurance Man, Wilt Imolcc nliout .I,). Iteaioti torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for III health. STANFORD, KY. jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for repW.L.MCARTY OKO. I). HOlTKIt.Htniiford, Ky. Ucsldcnco l'liono S6; Olllce, US. resentative, $10; for school superintend- Is n candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln county, subject to tho nctlon ot the democratic Insure with me and be fully ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. Eczema is Curable party. 4th. The election shall be held in all jirotccted. scientific preparation fci ZEMO, external use. Stops itching instantly respects as required by statute re'ativc M. S. BAUGHMAN skin and destroys the to primary elections, and a uniform la wenndtdnte for Hherlff of Lincoln county diseases. Eczemagerms that causeand Is culckly yields ballot shall be used in all voting pre subject to the nctlon of the democratic permanently cured by this remarkable party. medicine. All Druggists. Write (or samlift handsome, large joung Jersey Hull, de- cincts. The chairman of the commit ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., scended from n long mid unbroken lino of tee is directed to cause to be printed JOHN J. MOSER the most noted dull", and cows on tile Penny's Drug Storo. of Jersey Kngland unU Amerlcn. Ills and distributed to the several voting (s a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sire Is one of the liest Imlla ever Imported precincts the necessary ballots and all abject to the action of the Democratic Is n allow con Unit tins given 65 nnd Ills diim party. pounds of rich milk lit one day. If you supplies necessary to the legal conduct When liegeta Like or the Likeness of of the election. JAMES C. HAYS tome Ancestor" nnd line strictly good mensure by tailor lIneour Then ourtaken Ilea, awhet herof low cow, ou should nviill jourself of Ills ser5th. The democratic county commitclut n vice. He will bunllowcd to servo n llnilteil ot I.tncoln'-county- . price business the finest ninnlier of npproYed, registered cows out- tee shall appoint officers to hold the is a candidate for Jnller of the Democratic clothes, will hn aim or Individuality evening object to the action that nnd m side of our own lierd thltj ear, for a fee of which plainly Indicate they were made to ttench. Mnke engagement liefore sending election in each precinct, who shall be jarty. nur measure. 1 will alio take jour mens-Jrcow to be hred. IlKIIl A OTTKlt, selected from lists furnished by all canfor extra trousers, fnncy ests, top Teleplinne ho. Stanford. Kv. DINK FARMER coiitsnnd otercoats. Fall nnd Winter samN. It. Wn to offer three extra choice didates who desire to submit lists. The ples on hand ready for Jour lnsectloii. bull calves that will be sold nt right prices. officers shall be as" Is n for the IVmocratlc nominanearly divided as tion candidate of Lincoln county, subject to II. O. ItUTLKY.TheTntlor. for Jnller HtnnforU, Ky. possible as to judges, clerks and sher- the nctlon of the democratic party. Ky., iffs among the various candidates. The A. CARSON W. I You can llndour Htnndnrd Itcmcdy, the officers of the primary shall, as soon as Is n candidate for Jnller of Lincoln county, reutesthltx si and User ? n caw nl Itlieumntlsin,medicine) etkuoun. the polls are closed, which shall be done subject to the nctlon of the Democratic Halt Itheiim, KidA iidmlninrntor of the estnte of Jnmes ney Trouble and all diseases nrl.lug from at 4 r. 41., proceed at onco to count the P r MflWn.tlecenxil will on Impure blood it has no equal. It Is TliriMHAY.JAN.SI.lsov, an, ballots cast for each nnd every candiunder the pure food act of Juno D. C. ALLEN At Ills residence, nenr Ultf lilielm, offer for low, nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Itemed)' Is taken uecortllng to directions date for office, and after counting same Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- salt publicly und will sell to the highest and iiudlf heorsbuts not liciielltcd by the im they will place all ballots voted in the ty, subject to the action ot the Democratic liest bidder the follow Ing described personal uroixrty.to.wtt: Uiiesonitnd of the liemody we will refund jour money. shunts, to party. tmrrt Is corn. Im Imleaot hm, lot of fodder, We can do nothing more. I'nch package ballot boxes furnished by the commitAll iNiunds of totiaccn. :l.uii hoards, contnlns 3H iloes with n register!! guiirnu-te- e tee, sealing up the boxe3 as required by and mailing card with full Inst 'Mictions. harness, plows mid harrow, .'' J. W. FOLEY feet of lumUTiind a lot of household nnd We send It to liny address by mall ou re- law, and, within two days thereafter, kitchen lurnlturv ceipt of 51 per pnekagu or six packages for a a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln S3. Itetter order u Iki TlieiilHoproerty will lw sold on three If taken In the sheriffs and judges of election will to thoitctluu of the .democratic months-timttmeyou might sawi a big doctor's bill. deposit and the purchaser will I, refc the boxes with the chairman of pnrty. llememh-quired to execute Imuil, with upproittl If; ou take the Kemedy accord-Insicurlty for the purchne price of the tolnstrmtlon nnd nro not oenollted. the county committee at the court you get jour dollar hack. You will not nlM)VepronTty;snld Iwnds to b. nr legal J. A. DUDDERAR llnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It house in Stanford. The officers of the Irom date of extcutlon. Is sold only by ourdulv authorized ngents. Is T.J. I! ILL. Hit.. election in each precinct will make and ty a candidate forneisorof Lincoln CounItfct'MIN WILLIAMS, Agent. subject to the.nctlou ofjthe democratic Administrator. sign a written statement showing the party. number of votes cast for each and ev ! W. D WALLIN We Buy ery candidate for office in the precinct, vw Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln counand place said statement in an envelope ty, subject tu the action of the democratic The safest, surest and most adequate safeparty. and deposit it in the ballot boxes. guard for the future la a policy in Hides and Cth. The returns are to bo made to Weel The Mutual Benefit Life S.M.OWENS the chairman of the county committee, Is a Fcathess, Tallow, Bmwu, Clascal, candidate for Aaseasor'of Lincoln counInsurance Co. CeUen SU Yellow Root). May Apple. and should he be absent from the coun ty, subject to the action of.the Democratic Wild Gingtr, etc We sic dealers i It Is conspicuous for economical mmmae- ty, then to the secretary of the com party. mciit.lllxTiilltyof ltsHillcy contrails, fair rtuUuhRi in 1856 "Owr hall a century in dealing with its members mid large returns mittee, at the court house within two LcuiwuV and can do better (or you thin W. S.BURCH iHillcy holders. days after the election. On tho next Ian candidate for County Attorney of Lin toThe company Is Just entering the serots tc trommisson merchants. Rcfetrace. or Bant ia Loui.rXe. Write (or weekly day after the election tho county com- coln county, sunjeci to tno action 01 tun SIXTY FOURTH YEAR party. pnee till and sTapfing tags. of it successful business cnrceaswltli mure mittee shall meet and canvass tho re Dcmocrnflo policy holders In Lincoln county than M. Sabel A Son?, turns of (lie election und make certifi nil oth) r companies combined. Write for M. F. NORTH 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. particulars, stating age and whether marcate thereof. Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin ried or single to ' P county, subject to the uctlon.ot the 7th. The secretary of the committee coln lt..I.NKVLND MpeclnlAgt. ueiuocrtuic puny. Mjers Hou.e is directed to give notice'of this elec James I, White, solicitor for Itockcastle Co. tion as is required by law. T. J. HILL, JR , G. L. Penny, Chm'n. Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the J. Lt. Uailey, Sec'y. Mahony & Rankin, Democratic party. OlTlclal caII $200 for of ut m $20-00- The Interior Journal. OFFICIAL CALL. A small farm near Hayiville sold at A. R. WALLACE la a conn Clearance Salel All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. 1 ALL-WOO- CRAVENETTES. 818 Coat now 8 IS Coat now 50 Coat now 810 Coat now 81'--' L OVERCOATS 81 A. S. PRICE, 811 SALE 815 font now 812 50 Com now 8 18 810 Coat now (1 08 87 50 Coat now $5 Coat now 18 II 18 IS 8 18 0 US I .1 OS 18 ,'l Stock Jesse Wearen, for Sale. Merchandise bilsl-ii',- 820 Suit now 817 fiO Suit now 815 Suit now 812 r0 Suits now 810 Suit now 87 50 Suit now 85 Suit now 815 12 J) 113 N (ircon Hats from J. II. StrUxni (i .'! OS 18 118 18 Fancy Hat UuihU Tho nicot line of neck wear, new and neat 25c to 50e Collars 15c. 2 fur 25c lints 81 50 to s:t 50 83 50 to 85 00 25c to 50c s. Adorina's Fox Men's and Boys' Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice AU-Wo- ol bo At McKinney, Our high Top Shoes consist of many differOrdering Clothes ent 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. PUBLIC SALE ti 1 ( X- innnu-fncture- d Men's Felt Boots, Hen's and Women's Rubbers, All Reduced Accordingly. e g FURS m Safeguard the Future Men's and Women's Sanitary, Heavy, Fleeced Lined Under wear. Best Quality THIRTY-NIN- E CENTS. y I J,L,Beazley&Co., lu'LafaWf UhdeitaKera and Embalrr err. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiuga.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Givo Them a Call. Prices Right. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. M. C. 8AUFLEY Fou Sale. -7- 00 shocks of fodder. W. I it candidate for circuit Judge of this, the luth Judicial district, subject to the nctlon W. Warren. of the Democratic party. Lucien Ueckner will start a tobacco paper at Winchester JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. for circuit Is it A. M. Luce sold to Hichard Gentry, Mth candidatesubject to Judge of tills, the district, the action of the of Boyle, a good mule for S177.G0. Democratic purt). Fou Sale. -- Cultivated hemp seed, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. Is a candidate for Commonwealth' Attorney of this, tlio Uth Judicial district, subject to tho action of the Fou Sale. Duroc Jersey sow with democratic party. seven plus four months old. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, Ky, , fa it candidate for its u candidate For Sale. 33 coming for county clirk of Lincoln louut), mules. Good ones. J. C. Hobinson, subject to lourt the action of the Democratic party. Danville, Ky. Both phones. It. Kansom Colfey, Jr., sold a lino five- JOHN C. PEPPLE3. year-ol- d maro for $175 and bought of Ia it candidate for Assessor of t.lncolncouu-ty- ; G. P. Burdetto another for $110.-- Mt. subject to the notion of; the democratic party. Vernon Signal. Mrs. Hichard Lowndes, of Danville, W, W. WHITE bought of Matt Cohen, of Lexington, la u candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho Democratic tho great show mare, Edna purty. Mae, for 1,000. JAMES P. BAILEY At J. P. Bourno's sale in Garrard sheep brought ?8.10, six milk cows went la it candidate for Judge of the Lincoln court, subject to the action of the at $50 to $80, horses $125 to $180, three louut) Democratic party. pairs of mules $300 to $310. W. H. SHANKS The mule industry of the United la it candidate for re. nomination for Lincoln county, subject to the grown to vast proportions, States has action of the Democratic party. the 1008 census enumerating 3,809,000 GARLAND SINGLETON with a total valuation of $HG,93StO0Ov. Is it candidate for Hiiverlntendent of Public hog weighing about 200 pounds schools of Lincoln county, subject tu the White came to my place a few days ago. Own- action of the Democratic party. JAMES F. HOLDAM er can get get same hv paying for this notice and its keep. E. O. Gooch, Mc- I it candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho Deiuo? e Kinney. crntlc purty. Danville Couiit. -- Only a )ew cat-t!- o were on tho market yesterday and ). D. SWOPE tho demand for them was not great. Isn cuiidldaie for circuit clerk of A bunch of fairly good yearling steers county, siityn-- ; tu theuctloti of the Lincoln leiiio. fold at 4c. Butcher cattle were slow crstlu purty. at 2Jc to 31c There was considerable LESLIE ANDERSON activity in the mule-- market, a number I it candidate of good ones selling at $110 to $180. county, subject for circuit clerk r I to the action of the Demoiiurnca were slow. cratic purty. 1908 crop. INSURANCE, Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Klght of the It inline comimnles of the world renreseuted. Ilniiiiieiu In rules uiu. nil the companies of tho world. Ui, . inlying record uM.urpiis.nl. Snei had it law ault In tho hlstor of this ngeucr. I.imms promptly paid and without discount. No wiiiuugiiiiiii'.siorjour money, lltforu ou The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented. Call around early while you can get your size. Also a njee line of Dry Goods and Notions. Call around; we will take pleasure in showing you any time. Fire, Life, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank. J. B. Walker, Richmond, Ky. 'if 6TANFOKD. - KENTUCKY. MAHONY Q RANKIN. The Insurance Men of Stanford. -- J. C. McClary, a v,U Undertaker.: Cmbaimcr and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, Offee I'oone, 197. pain anywhere, has Its ran, Fain ts congestion, pain li blood pressure nothUm else usually. At least, to aaya Dr. tlhoop, and to he has created a little plnlc uttkt. lliat Srore Itcalled Iir. Hnoop'a Headache Tablel-coa- ius blood pretiure away Irom pain cuitera. lUtrfectlsclutrniuig.pleullnzlrdellglitful.Oentlr though adhdy, It surely juaUu th blood circo, latlon. you hare a headache. It's blood pressure. HI! It stlnful period! with womeo, saui .. you an leeplca. restltat, nerytia. It's causa, blood eonxestloo blood pressure. Ilutt surely la a certainty, for Dr. Shoop'a Hwidacuo Tablets atop It In 'Jti minutes, and the tablets simply UUtrlbuta lb unnatural blood pressure. Urulaa your linger, and doesn't It et red. and f well, and pain jroul Of course. It does. It's con. esuon. blood pressure. You'll find it where pain . s suuiuj ujinmuu rwnse, Wt ali at 2i cents. ad '"-tlte Mn In the head PAIN" I I aH OLIVER PLOW. I Doogaaaa "i..is KY- - Home;i'liouU. i.,i.. Keadach Tablets PENNY'S STORE. DRUG Dr. Shoop's I feaH B W. H. H ICC INS, ?K I aK I I aaVJ Stanford, Kentucky. I