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Pepples For Assessor OF LINCOLN COUNTY. y In assessing your property EVERY PROPERTY HOLDER will receive a SQUARE DEAMat mv hands. If nominated in the PRIMARY SATURDAY, FEB. 6, 1909, I will be grateful to the JDemoc-racof Lincoln County, which I have served all of my life. When elected I will select a competent corns of deputies, well fitted and capable to attend to the duties of the office, to which the people have elected me YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE CORDIALLY APPRECIATED. KINGSVILLE. 123 NEWS NOTES. Madisonvillo voted dry by a majority To The Democratic Citizens Of The u. ' ) W Mrs. George Ealy xyas visiting relaQ. C. Godby beat M. K. Tarter 800 county attorney tives here. votes In the race for When you como to Kingsvillo stop at in the primary Saturday. If that wns squaro meal. Waterloo, what kind of a "loo" Smith's Hotel nnd got a not a Cholera seems to be raging nmong was It. our good fanners' hogs. A number David Clark and Roo Black will be Friday at Yosemlto on a clmrgo of have died. tried Dr. J. W. Acton fell whilo feeding disturbing a public assembly. Thero his stock and was considerably hurt, has been iultu an "array of witnesses breaking two ribs. Dr. Singleton of summoned and a big crowd is expected McKinney was, to see him. to attend. W. C. Ilrown nnd V. C. Gilliland enNearly every fnrmor In this section raising tobacco this tered W. It. Smith's Business College will try his' hand at this week. Littlo Miss Gertlo Trimble year. Ground is being broken and oth- lias been real sick with pneumonia, but preparations nro being made for the er ua means ft low is better. rrnp, which seems to Last week was tho busiest in years. price for tobacco next year. raised and more Sharp and Mort Kstes caught More tobacco was Sam day whilo the farms changed hands for taxes than six large '(rassums one was ever known but it wns all done snow was on. They sent the carcass of China Hurdett, and the old around the tire. one to Aunt Our town is on a standstill nt present sister concluded it was tho running gear with French measles nmong the childof a polecat nnd threw it awny. Aunt ren, cholera among tho hogs nnd'candi-date- s China is n clover old darkey and the among tho voters, we can only Imi- ildu'ht in teasing her son hope for better times. Vernon Jones, I.ittlo At tho farmers' meeting last week of F. L. Jones, tho jeweler, was bitten plnns were formulated and discussed as by a dog last week, but no attention to tho raising of tobacco and cotton and was paid to it nt tho time. Later the hydrophobia and tho building of n warehouse which Is u dog showed signs of Mr. Jones took his certainty. The meeting was well ati... I n I... MIL-- I Monday nnd had u mad tended and the 28th was Bet as time of Hon to Moroland next meeting. stono applied, which adhered readily Our clever operator, Jim Engleman, ami remained for two hours. It is hoped as "Pard," seemed to bo will bo no serious results better known that there in hard luck last Friday night. Ho fell from tho bite. off tho foot bridge in front of tho hotel Miss Ilelle Cowan, of McKinney, is . W. T. Cou- into water almost waist deep, losing his visiting her lunch, nnd Monday night he got lost in lter. John Pearl went to Liberty Monor near Kings Mountain. L. Owens was not nblo day. Itev. J. to nil his regular appointment at McMATRIMONIAL. Kinney Sunday, Jason Liwhorn will Louisville in tho Spring. Mel). nwvo to Thomas Jones nnd Miss Lydin Drew, Foglo has entered bchool at Lexington. of Wildie, Rockcastle county, were Uncle Elbert Wells continues quite ill. mnrried at London. Kberleo Mnrtin. us does his Announcement is made of tho enHath nro in a critical condition and not gagement of Miss Rosscr, formerly of expected to livo n great while. liar rods burg, but now of Washington Tho republican primary hero Satur- City, to Nelson Rikcrof Hnrrodsburg. day was ijuiet enough as to order, but James Ellis nnd Miss Elsie Miller, thero was considerable hustling among Frederick Reid and Miss Anna Miller, the friends of thoditrerent candidates. all of tho Ellisburg section of Cnsey, Thero is tho usual soreness among the were married by u single ceremony defeat it) candidates nnd their friends, Tuesday. but republican sores never become George M. McAlister, formerly of chronic and ure easily healed. Any way this place, but for thu hist decade n we are not figuring on a serious bolt in resident of Mt, Sterling, wns married their ranks. S. G. Klliott'a friends nnd Wednesday to Miss Anna Coleman neighbors, both democrats and republia charming young woman of cans, were anxious that ho win the that city. Tho groom is n grandson of nomination for bhcrilT, but ho went the late M. C. Portman. down in defeat, us did Jason Wesley, another Middleburg boy, nnd that is A Religious Author's State displeasing to many. Lincoln Wolls merit. defeated his four competitors by n maFor ioeruI jenrs I was ucllltedlth bo questioned nnd kidney trouble and jority that can not Winter I was ho will head tho county ticket in No- suddenly stricken with u sen ore, pain vember. It is claimed that nil mnnncr in my kidneys and wu confined tobed of fraud was practiced, but it remains eight duys tumble to get up without to be seen whether thoso who nro kick- nswl&tunce. My urine contained a ing will stand for these things. thick white oedtmont and I passed sumo frequently day und night. I LadUIos Bravo Flro commenced taking Foley's Kidney Often receive severe burns, putting oul Remedy, and tin pain gradually abatuso Hucklen's Amlea Sulwi ed and filially ceased and my urine lires, then and forget them It soon drive out bconinu normal. 1 cheerfully tecum-menpain. For Hums, Hoalds, Wounds, Foley's Kidney Remedy. Now Cuts and UrulhOii Its earth's greutest Stanford Drug Co. d , , grand-father- County. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, of votes. Joshua W. Caldwell, a leading attorney of Knoxville, is dead. Tho drys won In tho contest over the local option election held at George town. Lieut. John E. Morgan, a Confederate veteran, died near iioston, Nelson county, aged 75. The centenary of tho birth of Edgar Allen Poe was fittingly celebrated at Charlottesville, Va. son of Logan PatThe terson, of Pincville, while lying near nn open grate was fatally burned. The famous old Spring Hill College, Mobile, Ala., burned. It was the oldest educntional institution in the South, C. E. Reagan, generally known as "Con," was literally cut to pieces in the Queen and Crescent freight yards at Georgetown. One hundred und 50 persons died of pneumonia in Chicago last week, the largest number recorded for n similar period since May of last year. filed Gov. Patterson, of Tennessee, prohibition his veto of tho State-wid- e bill with the clerk of thu Senate. The bill will become a luw notwithstanding. Miss Violet Charles worth, whoso disappearance aroused England, has been located in Scotland. Her family had given out that she was killed in an automobile accident. Having evidently carried out a plan to die together, Schuyler Carskadon and wife were found dead in their room in Norfolk, Vn. An examination showed that tho bodies l;ad been lifeless for hours. Four prisoners escaped from the jail ut Weston, W. Vn., two from tho jail at Moundsville, W. Vu , and two from the jail nt Charleston. Tho Weston prisoners beat tho warden's wife and sho is in a serious condition. Within tho last 30 days Rev. W. A. Amis, of Hot Springs, leader of several roform measures pending before the Legislature, has received se oral anonymous letters which thrertencdhim with personal violence or viuiquig ilitlll that ho may bo badly used, even to death. d As tho primary election draws nearer the lines of battle become better marked and the condition and status of the political sitnation can bo moro accurately determined. From the day I made my announcement for tho nomiCARLTON nation of our party to the office of county attorney, I have been actively engaged in making a canvass of the Presents county nnd it is very gratifying for me to say to you that my prospect to win the nomination I seek at your hands is very favorable. I will say that I en tered the race fully realizing that n victory for me would not be tho result of IX smooth Bailing, both of my opponents Mr. Hurch and Mr. North having preceded me in their announcements. If you will permit mc to speak candidly, will say that it wns n conviction that tho democracy of tho county was dis- A dramatization of BERTHA M. CLAY'S beautiful story, "A BITTER satisfied with Mr. Uurch's record in of- ATONEMENT." .1 complete stage production special scenery competent fice, and feeling, with all due respect, cast. If there is nny humor 111 your make-u- p you will laugh 'till you cry. If thnt Mr. North was unsuited for the your heart lins n tender spot this play will reach it. office, he having never practiced law Seats on Sale nt MclloberU' Drug Store. Prices 25, .")0 nnd f 5c. since ho became n citizen of our county nbout 10 years ago, and having devoted his timo since being with us, to farming and running for office, except two or three terms' service in the Legislature. This view of the situation induced mc to enter the race, and with all due deference will say that my views Friday Eve., Jan. 22, JED BEATRICE GORDON 'Was She to Blame." , A Horriblo Hold-U- p. lnt "About ten year ugo mv brothor was "held up" in his work, health and hnppiufss by what was. believed to be hopeless Consumption," write W. 11. N. C "Ho Lipscomb, of took nil kinds of lemcdles and treatment from several doctors, but found no help till ho ued Dr, Klnfc's New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottle. Ho is nwell man It's quick to relievo nnd tho surest euro for weak or sore lungs, Hemorrhage, Coughs und Colds, Bronchitis, La Grlppo, Asthma and all Dronuhlul infectious. f0? and 81. Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. ." d healor. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, Judgo Tuft was so tickled with apple Old Hoieu, Uoils, Floor, Felons; best T. J. Hill, Ju. I'iloenro made. Ilollef Is Instant. S- cider, persimmon beer, sweet potatoes Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimucat Penny's Drug Store. and 'possum at Atlanta that it is reJudge. late tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is that ho may turn tho White torted As Judgo Murphy sentenced Kuck IIuuso grounds into a persimmon grove If you will tako Foley' Orlno Laxa- wrong. It Is the vyealc nerves that nro Cottongamo to tho penitentiary for life and 'tater patch nnd ruiso his own eat- tive t'ntll tho bowels becoino rogulur crying out for help. VltnlUo those for tho murder of Farrish Arnot, tho ings, but tho report lucks cgnfirmation. you will not bavo to tako purguthes weak Inside controlling nerves with futher of Arnet fell dead in tho courtFrankfort Journal. constantly, ns Foley's Orlnb Laxu-ttv- o Dr Shoop'sltostorutlvu, uud eo how room nt Hamilton, O. positively cures chronic constipa- quickly good health will come to you . ! PenDon't Got A Divorce tion and sluggish Irvcr. Plcayunt to uguin. Tet It and eo Sold by Thoro Is no euo on record of a A western judgo grunted a divorce take. New Stanford Drug Co. ny's DrugSto.re. cough, cold or la grlppo developing and bad luio pneumonia after Poloy's Honey on account of "What is n bachelor. ra?" New Llfo Pills "I don't believe that old maxim, that und Tar has been tnkon, as It cures tho bieath, Dr. King's "A bachelor, my boy, in tho language it. Thoy euro there is a fool in evory family," says of the street, Is a wiso guy who looks most obsttuuto deep Routed coughs and would have prevented Philosopher of Folly. "I'm an only before ho leans, ana tnen stanus still. the colds. Why tako anything else. New Constipation, causing bad breath and child, myself." Cleveland Leader. Louisville ilerald. dlspct Liver Trouble, tho Stanford Drug Co. ii conquer colds, banish A. tickling or dry cough can bo Provontlcs those Candy Cold Curo Representative Brolley, of North chills. 23o at Penny's Drug Store. Tablets -- will safely and quickly check quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Vernon, produced in the Indiana LegTho plant of tho Xenia Uoard and oall colds und tho Grip, Trythem Cough Hetnody. No opluin.no chlorobill to repeal tho statute proislature a Sold by Penny s form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold Paper Company, at Xenia, 0 valued onco and sco hibiting tho playing of baseball on ( by Penny's Drug Store. at $125,000, was destroyed by lire. Druir Store. hoad-uchem HH-25- "111 bo deviled!" said the ham. . "I'll bo switched!" said tho train. "I'll bo darqed!" said tho sock. "I'll bo Mowed I" said tho horn. "I'll lie stumped!" said the .tree. "I'll bu hanged!" said the picture. "I'll bo dammed!" said tho stream. havu since been confirmed by many of you whom I have seen in my canvass. Now to those among you who aro dissatisfied with Mr. Durcli's record, and you know enough concerning it without my preferring charges, and without my saying what it has been or what it has not been, I submit to you the proposition, do you want four more years of the same record? If you do, then Mr. Burch is entitled to claim your consideration, but even then, before you support him 1 want you to know that the political rings and cliques that aro now trying to tako possession of our party, and that nre always u menace to nny party, aro attempting toforco his nomination upon you, nnd if they succeed in so doing, the most offensive result of nis nomination will be Ihu entrenchment und perpetuation of the rings und cliques that infest our party. If you do .not want a continuation of Mr. Durch's record and desire to throw against the political your support cliques, then I ask you to vote for me; as thu only available candidate that can defeat him. No political ring or clique will bo credited with my nomination, for if I win I will have won by the free and untrameled democracy of this county; and in tho event that I am nominated and elected to this office I assure you that no political ring or member of any ring will receivo anything more at my hands ns an officer than any other citizens or citizen of the county will receive, ns I stand pledged to a strict nnd impartial enforcement of tho law. For my other opponent, Mr. North, I will sny that he is delighted to bo a candidate again, but that you need not bother about voting for him this time, ns ho is very fond of being a candidate and you can vote for him any old time. Yours Very Truly, OVERGOftTS AND I n , wnter suits AT 4 1 cost: Cummins THE SAFEST & Wearen, mi 70 itl ;l fh T STANFORD, KENTUCKY. hkB QUiStE3T TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAOER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY- INCOKPOIItTtO J T VV, u irUr . . .tirttjt ii &mmfmi i tmiH:4&iwtot mnmmp m ryfcwHKt. l ..... 3KMC I The Interior, Journal. E. C. WALTON It ts popular now to jump on President Roosevelt and when some llttlo whipper-snappe- r wants to Rain a llttlo rntoricty ho lights in on Thcodoro and flays him nllvc. The newspapers pub lish what he said, he Rots a congratula tory letter or so from his constituents and ho considers that ho has mado a reputation for being tho greatest fel- hw ever. We always feel liko taking tho un Jcr dogs' part and really think that tie President is not a bad man at heart. He sometimes lets his tongue get too loasc and says some things ho should not, but wc stick to our first impres sion, that is, that he is a great man and we bclicvo time and future events will prove we have not overestimated him. Shelton M. Saufley has resigned as managing editor of tho Frankfort Journaljand Mr. Dulin Moss, a veryca pablo young newspaper man. has been given his place. Mr. Saufley has taken a position on tho Frankfort News, an afternoon paper published by the Cour ier Journal. Tub Supreme Court of the United States affirmed the decree of the Stato courts of Texas imposing a fine of Oil on tho pany, of St. Louis, and ousting it from the Stato on the charge of violating the law. Texas anti-truWaters-Pierce The salary $f the President of the United States was fixed at flOO.OOO per annum, so far as the Senate could fix It. and tho salaries of the Vice Presi dent and the Speaker of tho Houso of Representatives $15,000 each. Tho sal ary ( the Uhlor justice oi me oupremu Court of the United States was increased from $13,000 to $16,000 per annum, and that of Assoclato Justices fram $12,500 to $14,500. HUSTONVILLE. An Edison moving picture outfit for salo at a big bargain. Address ManaIt. ger Opera Honso. The annual heglra of tenants is in full blast nnd wagons loaded with household plunder are as thick as lumber wagons. Sam McKinney has bought tho Ed- rineton homo on Danvlllo Ave., for $2,- 000 and will get possession In 30 days. Elwood Wcathcrford, who nas ueen seriously ill with pneumonia for somo time, is, wo are glad to report, much Link Wells defeated Capt. Raines 17 votes for the nomination for county judge of Casey in the primary of last Elbert E. Young Writes His phy. Biogra- better. ' f jl Com- st The National Model License i holding a convention in Its membership is composed League Louisville. exclusively of whisky dealers and one of its objects is claimed to be the putting down of lawlessness in both "wet" and "dry" territory. D. Rockefeller has given additional to tho endowment fund of the University of of Chicago, making his total contributions $24,809,- 666.93. Watch out for an advance in coal oil. John AN Italian who is to die iu the elee trie chair at Trenton, N. J., this week, having nothing else to send his friends in Italy, has arranged with a dentist to pull his gold teeth and ship them to them. a number of years the guillotine has been dispensed with in France, but the number of criminals has grown so was ab Bank. large that its For Saturday. The Messrs. Gann, of wayno county, who bought thoC. T. Bohonfnrm, have taken possession and we welcome thenr to the blue grass. All travelers from this locality and Casey county remember tho Blue Grass Special going and coming, for on its patronage depends its continuance. L. B. Peck, whose store was robbed and burned recently, is rebuilding on tho same lot and hopes to havo tho building ready for a large stock of Spring goods. ., Mrs. Nancy Privett, or fcoutn tone, ill of tho is reported seriously Infirmities of old ago. She is the moth er of Mrs. I. G. Terry, who is attend ing her wants night and day. Tho DrosDects are auito flattering lor our stallion and jack salo next month. Entries are being mado daily and are of a high class. There will be stock hero from the best raisers in the State. At the sale of the estate of D. M. Lipps, deceased, on Tuesday the resi dence was bought by J. W. Hoskins for $3,000 and the mill was knocked oti to Nave & Co. for $9,000. Both prices are decided bargains. Jesse P. RifTe and wife had the "an nual assemblage of all their children on the 25th. When seated at the banquet board, famous for its excellence, each rhil.1 found a substantial gift in a check mvnhln at the Hustonville National John Lynn sold 103 good cattle to local buyers at a good price. Myers & McCormack shipped two cars of good hogs to Cincinnati, for which they paid 3J to 5Je. Riffe & Tucker shipped one car of good butcher cattle at 3c and hogs at 4 to 4Jc. J. W. Allen sold to John Lynn 33 good feeders at 4c. Despite the depression in business for the past year, especially in money matters, the two banks of our city showed quite a prosperous condition. The National Bank has in deposits $145,000 and cash on hand for all demands. Tho Peonies Bank reports individual depos it., fr. tho omralrif nf 55.000 with all the cash necessary to supply their de- If you will kindly give me space in my dear old county paper I will try to give my friends through Its columns, an account of myself during the last few years: From about the year 1900 to 1901 I followed tho huckstering bus lness, running principally from Highland, my home, to Stanford, handling blackberries, apples, peaches and a va I BcrifHurui Kruuuua. being ricty of vegetables. During 1904 a Tho revival services which aro conducted at tho M. E. Church, South, great many remarkablo incidents took Guice, aro being place In my life. Mcthinks tho editor by Revs. Harbin and notwithstanding will remember one of them, when tho fnlrly well attended, pro--, I tho inclement weather, which has old black maro ran away on Main street Tho vailed during tho past week. and turned the little red blackberry Us utmost ca- wagon over in the middle of tho street. building was taxed to morning nnd evening, by October of that year will ever bo re- I pacity Sunday deeply Interested congrega membered by mo because of Our denr sceminiily plain, Lord sanctifying our soul and calling tions. Rev. W. G. Harbin is a practical speaker, with no attempts at us out into our life's work. Wo thank his' God for leading us out at once into the oratorical flights. Ho appeals to hearers to get right nnd live right ministry, but sorry to say that wo lost evidently about a year during this time. But bless wero deeply impressive, and singing by God, Ho knows best and we must sub- had the desired effect. The Guice, is mit by saying "all things work togeth- tho choir, led by Rev. C. M. worth ro!nr to hear of Itself. Tho er for good to them that lovo tho Lord." indefinitely. Rev Wo wero without education and did mcoting will contlnuo Guico will sing a solo at each service not have the means to obtain one, but Mlddlesboro Record. way God He soon opened up thank the for us to go to Union College, Barbour-villTriplets were born to Mrs. David at which place we spent about Christian near Mlddlesboro two years. Last summer, being encouraged by our district superintendent ! FOR to tako a charge, and feeling led by now it boiler nnil rnglnnnnii mw SVhoro God, we accepted tho Beattyville mill lor nl will .. timer or now. Ky. charge of the M. E. church, which is Oiiai. e, CHDRCI MATTERS. The last Sunday In February Is Field Day for tho Anti Saloon Lcaguo of Stanford and all four of tho churches will be occupied that day by visiting preachers. Lexington ministers havo entered an agreement not to solemnize in mar-dac-e cither brido or bridegroom they know has been divorced, except on LU6KY FOR YOU. Wg have about 50 MfeN'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 - SALE , KsmMM-.Otli-nl.i'liii- located in Lee county, Ky. Our work Is mostly on tho waters of the grand old Kentucky. We have five appointments, organizing one church since taking the work, at which placo wc are having an old fashioned Methodist revival. But thank God other denomina tions aro fighting sin with us. Beloved friends, some of th best people that ever lived, live richt hero in the. hills of old Kentucky. With best wishes to the I. J. force and all friends. Eluekt E. Young. Beattyville, Ky. l'o'tolllce, Wnjriwburit, Kjr. ! NICE HOME AT AUCTION I will tit public $io, Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. We want them out of the way. We need the money and we have assorted them and made two prices nucttonnt t o'clock HATrHl)AYAFTKIlNOON,JAN.:rril, . ... ll.MIIV In I'miIi nmlmhl... ft la n cif ....... ,11. IIIU .. " '.VI III III I. Iiiri'oI !U nxim with thrrt porclif.: kimm! o( will on tuirk porcU. Nice two room on lot. All niciiuiry outbuilil-ln- u In rihkI ri'imlr. Aliuiuliuicn of fruit. i. ipliMulltl (dm aero In lot mm Hnl v. Ill occur on iinwnlM'i. I II Ml'MKVIIKIt.lKN. Crab ore tin ril.Ky, pir-uVi- $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. i GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale -- VIA- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE 1909 H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. solutely necessary. To Many Points South and SouthsasS TicKets Good Returning Until Hay 31st, Write (or POLITICAL. The Senate voted to fix tho salary of the Speaker of tho House at $15,000 The urgent deficiency bill was passed by the House. The bill carried an ap r.tti and II foUrr B. C. KINC, C.P.A.. 101 E. Main St.. L.llnit n. lir. r i B "i E333Sg3SS3SgeQ33S2S S New Ledgers, Journals And S! 85 MWI PHIi "n in ii r ii ri - in propriation of $135,6G2,8SS. The Tennessee Senate refused to sus tain the Governor's veto on the Halla day prohibition bill by a vote of 20 to 13. i&irst yjational ffiankj Stanford, Jty. Orgamxtd. S82. Capital Stock. Surplus and Undivided Profit. SSO.OOO. Cash Books m s W ' Gov. George E. Chamberlain was r elected United Stated Senator from Oregon on the first ballot to succeed Senator Charles W. Fulton. EMhu Root, Secretary of State in Roosevelt's Cabinet, is tho unanimous choice of the Republican Legislative caucus of New York, for Senator. Mr. Roosevelt wants Lincoln's birthday made a public holiday. We suggest that the day that Teddy steps out of office be forever commemorated by holiday or otherwise. Frankfort Journal. It is reported that Elijah J. Allen, formerly a member of the Board of Aldermen at Lexington, will make the race for the democrulic nomination for Representative from that city to succeed Hon. W. F. Klair. Reed Smoot, ono of tho 12 apostles of the Mormon church, whose election to the United States Senate six years ago was followed bv a contest before the Senato Committee on Elections, for a second term. was Mr. Iiuiley in a speech in the Senate on the bill increasing tho salary of the President and other officers said tr President was the boss and the Vice Mr. President a pieco of Bailey defended his course in practicing bric-a-bra- S9,000. The members of tho Christian church Jfcas paid in "Dividends tinea Organization, S21I, 500. are urged to be present next Suuday Snvito 7eu rfecounts on Our morning to elect two now deacons. Fox, of Louisville, secreta Prof. E. A. ry of the Sunday School Association, DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. will conduct a Snnday school mass meetF. Reid, J. II. Hauishrnan, on Sunday af- I. S. Hocker, President;, ing at the Christian here M. D. Elmore, J. M. I'etttu, ternoon, Jan. 23, at 2 o'clock, and ad S. T. Harris, V '"au.rnins, S. H. Ilaughman, dress a union meeting at the same John . McRoberts, Cashier; S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, AH interested in place at 7 o'clock. II. C. Baughman. Asst. Cash'r T. P Hill, J. S. Hocker. S. work are urged to be present. C. K Tate. V. W .Saunders, Uookkeepi r. Tho following directors were elected on the 12th to servo for the current year over the destinies of the National Bank of this place: J. W. Towell, G. L. Carpenoer, Col. II. H. McAninch, of Middleburg.T.J. Robinson, W. G. Cow an, u u. King, ot Moreland, and Ed we t: mands, Qj In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. (Q 83 In Fact a Very Complete F 7ort m tjj 8 M rp Line of Stationery Generally. gj R PENNY'S DRUG STORE, BCanford, Kentucky. Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. ward Alcorn. The board organized and elected Dr. Edward Alcorn, president; J. Robinson, vice president; J. W. Hocker, cashier; Juno H. Hocker, as kiMi!w3 '' law. To prohibit the intermarriage of Negroes and whites in Washington, Senator Milton, of Florida, has introduced a bill in the Senato which provides that or moro any person having of Negro blood shall be declared a Neone-eigh- sistant cashier. Allen L. Burris, of Denver, Col., who married charming Miss Mary Carpenter, of this place, a few years ago, has at last won a signal victory and possi bly a big fortune by ousting a lot of big fellows from the control of a valua ble Cripple Creek gold mine in which ho is largely interested. Burris is only 28 years old now, but for six years he has worked continually to attain the thing he has accomplished almost by his own unaided efforts. Burris and few friends bought tho interests of Bernard and others who woro "bulling" the stock, for $100,000 and let them out. Almost a new board was elected, w lth young Burris as president. This Inn ntnlirfii-infmnnu nrrMa ( nnn 1111, V, W...W...b,f ...Hi.,, u.w, thfi richont and mail valuable in Colora do and will mako tho young man rich somo day. His friends, and they are many, are rejoicing over his victory. p mm D.nMl---H- 1 mmmZit-WQmm1 Capital, Surplus, Resources, 8. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT $50,000.00 33,330.00 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, O. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER M. W. J. B. PAXTON, J. J. i gro. Representative Willett, of New York, made a bitter attack on the president in tho House, calling him a "gargoyle," "tyrant" and "a pigmy descendant of Dutch trades people." By a vote of 78 to 126 Mr. Willett was forced to tako his seat, tho Houso refusing to hear him further. Congressman Ben Johnson, of tho Fourth district, will go bofore the Appropriations Committee and urge an appropriation of $25,000 to build turnpike roads to Hodgenvillo and to the Lincoln Farm, in Larue county, and expects to get a favorable report on tho bill for That purpose. Among the Senators elected Wednesday were: Shively in Indiana; Stone in DIRECTORS! B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. jCarter, Stanford; John B. FoBter, Stanford; W. II. Slrnnks, Stanford; T. C. Itan- kin, Lincaxtor; J. B. Pax ton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; 11 L. Huliblo, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Preuchernvillc; Lilbum Gooch, Gilberts Creek. . tt Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens 9 to 9 Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc. Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 Turkeys 10 to 12c. Scrap Iron. Rubber. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Ky. H. 2c. 2c. Simple Remedy For La Grippe Hacking la grlnpa coughs that may puuumonia develop over Into night are quickly cured by Foley's lloiioy aud Tur. The boro mid luugs aro healed and btrcngth-cueaud a dun'erous condition Is KI.l'.OTWC IIANGKS Tho Itangc to lmy; a full cuver; a money maker; New York; Penrose Missouri; Root in Overman in North quickly avvitcd. New Stanford Drug tho bebt baker. A largo lino of select from ami we will npjireciato a call. in Pennsylvania; Carolina; Smoot in Utah; Crawford in Co. l South Dakota; Chamberlain in Oregon; Mrs. W. P. Kinkead, aged 45, died at Cummins In Iowa; Goro in Oklahoma, homo near Lancaster of pneumonia, her and Johnson in North Dakota. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. . 4"- . ri . -. ', 't W' 'V tiw iif As Long As Present Stoc Long Clotli t)8c Holt. .'6-inc- UNTIL FEB'Y. 1ST Wo will oiler nny Clonk or The- - lino cmhrnccs Mud'n nnd Neck Money-Saving Lace Values. Special vnluo linen Inccs 3 Fur in our houio nt ONE-THIR- D on" Hoft Nninrook (checked) for Undcrwcnr 12Jc ynrd. Oc, ilc the price. i inch to 2J inch nt Gc. Ronio hwcII styles in Ladies' Cnstor Special Vnltics in Wench Cottons nt "Lincnc" Sheeting nt '25a 40-inc- nnd 10c ynnl. Coat, Haiti Coat, Spccinl vnluo linen lnccs J to nt 7c. Piece. Yon enn nflord to look n nenfon nhend nt these Cotton clnncy lnccs nnd insertion nt 7c. Prices. Unbleached Sheeting nt 8Jc. Spccinl vnluo Hninhurg nnd Insertion 5c yard. If i All Calicoes nt 5c. Children's Coats J -- 2 and J -- 3 Off the Price. Spccinl value Hnmhurg in Unhy Sets 10c yard. New I'nttcrns in Vnl Lnccs, Linens, Hand-Mndo Cltiney, Ktc. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. " storo-housp 6c SON, STANFORD KY. Embroidery and Lace Opening Season 1909. ( " ,v fc M" r s ' I ' f r 7 I J New lino of spectacles. Eyes tested We havo on hand all kinds of fresh Pains of women, head pains, or nny freo at the Now Stanford Drug Co.'s pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with meats. Sco us, Wilkinson & Lutes. store. Dr. Shoop's I'Ink I'aln Tablets. See For Sale or Kent. The Wnrner One iucuhntor nnd brooder, In good full formula on Z'ic. Hox. Sold by Apon East Main Street. 8takfoiu, Kt., - Jas. i'2, i00 Penny's Drug Store ply at once to W. K. Warner. .,' shape, for salo. Mrs. W. C. Shanks, . Stanford. The now shops of tho Q. & C. at Danvillo wero opened Mor.dav. New assortment of local view post The Interior Journal man will bo of for Cash The homo of tho lato John F. at Lancaster court Monday. Hunt him cards nt Penny's Uruir Store. on Danvillo Avenue is for salo privateSoMB very specif' linrRnlns In Ilox up if you are behind on your pnper. ly. Tho resldenco Is largo, commodious NEW ILACKSMITH AND REPaper, but the supply is limited. Ask A. T. Nunnelley sold to Walter 0. nnd in good repair. Thero arc 23 acres to st-- them. Penny's Drue Store. The opening of this 8e.ion means with us no change of methPAIR SHOP. Walker n cottngo fronting tho railroad In tho lot. For further particulars call ods, except in the lino of betterment; lietter facilities mentis I hnvnopenod it lilnrkamltli nnd Riiipntl PERSONALS. and near tho colored Uaptlst church for on II. C. Haughman at tho First Na- repair lioi at my lioinv, tbn old tollirnto better service. For many years this store has been noted for on JG00. nenr tional Hank, or James N. Cash, pr)rty and tin- - Hturiforcl olplki-- , nuhllc WAI.TKK MAUTIN, of Paris, H hero on nhnri. its Lnces nnd Embroideries. This season will be different only nk I, JKMMK, tli I'Al lluitonvllle, Ky. business. I AM n candldnto for the office of corin tho extra efiort put forth to make it tho most successful in visited Lnncivs-tc- r oner, subject to tho action of tho demMitH. Ac.nks IlKKMN One thing that recommends tho sucour long enrecr. Hamburg insertions and edges to match; nil friends. ocratic party and will greatly appreci- cess of tho great play, "Was Sho to to new pattern' per ynnl 10c nnd up to f)0c. Corset cover emEmma Waiu'kn is confinr-Miss ate your support. W. T. Smith. Hlame," moro than anything clso is tho WewlllnnVr totlKihlKlit'sl bidder nt our "tnliloon lx)t itret-t- , her room by Illness. broidery, 18 inches wide, on Nninsook nnd Swiss, per yard 50c v ry excellent company which Mr. Jed HATlMtPAY, JAN. .'), IK, Hear In mind that Myers Hros. will Mns. Fiiank UAnNETT is visiting her and up to 81. Baby set', n largo assortment of these popular Carlton has gathered together. Every u lot of Rood liori. liuKRlcf, Iinrncts, sell their livery outfit at auction beginparents nt Danville. driiimiii'M' wiiuoin, itouliln linrnt'ni member being an nrtist far above tho edges and insertions, all lieaiitifiil patterns in match sots, per s llx-rMiss Doha Stiiauii Is in LouUvlllo ning at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, ordinary peoplo seen in such plays. At iiiHlurytliliiK toiiinke a Htkhh IIhoh., talile. ynnl 10 to 20c. in Swiss nnd Nainsook, every one Jan. 30. Sco advertisement in another v- buying Spring millinery. Walton's Opera Houso ono night only, Col. J, r.(Uiumlltr,Auct. new nnd hnndsomo in design, much in vogue this season, per YEAOKit. of Fork Kldire, column. Mns. W. A. Friday, Jan. 22. .. Tcnn,, is hero with relatives. Tht Josiph Prict Sanatorium, yard 50c to $11.00. To close wc offer 50 patterns of cotton We havo Bccured tho agency for the I have been informed that certain J. D. Holiiehman, of Somerset, was celebrated South (lend Chilled and torechon lnccVund insertions to match, 1 to 5 inches wide, 10 p North Lancnst.THtrctt, running for assessor and here with his brother, Hud Holderman. Chilled Plows. Inspect their qual- candidates nnd 12Jc values, our price 5c. Call and see us. WednesMns. Louise Tate returned Stanford, Kentucky. ity and get our prices beforo you buy. also their friends nro telling to the democratic voters of Lincoln county day from a visit to Lebanon relatives. Geo. D. Hopper. t Tor . of ninoniM- - of that I will bo a deputy should John C. Thro-it-Trcntim-n- Hnlto-I'r- l tinry.tho Hye, Nos , D. It. Disiion, of Rowland, is in LauEar, hydi-unit Hunter)-- . The stockholders of the Lincoln Coun- Pepples bo nominated for assessor. I rel buying cattlo. Ixndon Democrnt. Fknzel, of Cincinnati, is ty Fuir Association arc requested to want to stato that it is false and docs Matthew NOTICEI spending a few days with his fhther meet in tho directors' room of tho First me an injustice ns well as Mr. P. I National Hank at 1 o'clock next Friday, will not bo his or any one elso's. Rich-ar- d here. Wicntjes. Ottenheim, Ky. Notlc- liorehy Rivi-MR. W. T. Flasakin, of Ibanon Jan. 22. Jns. F. Cummins, Sec. ttmt all Lincoln STANFORD. KENTUCKY. county IkjikIh of utIi "II," issued March 1, Junction, has been isiting Itowland Iv.m. l.t yenra w h prl ll.'Ke of nt 12 o'clock tho books pitMiiltln lily-ur- In from mild Itdate, will be Mu. J. W. Foley, one of the seven relatives. on pre. assessor, usksui tostata close nnd unless you havo paid your en- paid on trje liidnrof Marrli, llv, Nntlnn,,! uutntltm to the I.lrirfYln (tantilv Mrs. Milfohh Hali-- , of Rowland, is candidates for Ilanlciind that of that he has selected no deputy but is trance fee your namo will not go on the alt. r mid date. Interest on tame Kill slop convalescing from n severe eell Total iiinount Jl.'i,.Vi. going to win the nomination for tho of- ballots to bo used in the primary of i.i .i inn t.... i , ,1. rv, iu, ii... pneumonia. demo- of Saturday, two weeks, February C. his record us a (I. Il.Cooptriind W. H. Juinvi Mr. Daniel Hrown, of Sedalia, Mo., fice he seeks on Chairman Penny docs not proposo to Hurch, Committee. is with his brother, Dr. E. J. Hrown, crat mid n man. sit up until midnight waiting on thoso for several days. ! G. A. Gaddis tells us that n large Desium, who crowd attended the sale of his mother's who wish to enter and hopes it will not Little Liiu Hei.i.e be necessary for him to get up in the All ITioim limine elaluii nimlii.t thn . is on has been very ill with pneumonia, eirects Tuesday nnd that everything cold llnrdlii.riecenstd.nroreitueat-after his bed time, about 9 o'clock. tiiteot Mark them to thu uiulerlKm.-d- gril- d to prmenl the road to recovery. sold well. Mr. Gaddis nnd his brother, Truth of the business Is ho told us con- led lu'i'ordlliK to law. Oliilinnmi will reLancasHays weiit-- ttr Mrs. W. V. member that if their claim, are oien acHerbert Gaddis. bought tho farm at mutt ter Tuesday to see her mother, Mrs. 3S, horses sold at $100 to $140, a mule fidentially that it would not bo safe for counts they personl In proved bytothe oath of e other uddltlon the outhof n cndidato to be found prowling around claimant. Mildred Heazley, who is quite sick. brought $125, cows $33 50 to $10, etc. All iwront Mho are Indented to the etnl.i his home alter his usual time of turnand Nell sij Misses Frances Portman arertiieited to pay thtlr Imlet.ti dnost to the understand, and thusaold the iotn The clothing and shoe store of R. ing in. Wright, of Liberty, are hero taking oi u m. H.I1AKIMN. Executrix Mark Hardin, Dee VI. music lessons from Miss Ellen Hnllou. Robinson in Somerset was burglarized IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. and much clothing nnd shoes stolen. Mr. Kendrick Alcorn nnd sister, were C. C. Fox bought tho VanWinkle I Miss Pnttie Alcorn, will leave next Hloodhounds from Hustonvillo FARM FOR week for DeLand, Fin., to renuin n sent for. Entrance was effected by home in Danville for $5,250. On v lion, nt o'clock smashing a plate-glas- s front. Mr. RobW. D. Oldham, who severely cut As- r. si.,MONDAY, KKII. door, Htauford, Ky. month or so. at inson is n brother of Mr. Sam Robin- sessor Hoyd Wagers at Richmond, was - the tru.teuof the estate id James lll rent to the hlchtst LOCALS. son, of this place. held in $1,000. and best hlduer for the term of ono war. . with .March 1. Jlj, and eiidlni? Resale, daughter of Dr. March 1, lulu, th farm known ua tho James Clothes French cleaned. Cook & For purity nnd grandeur, "Wns She nnd Mrs. W. F. Phillips, of Wilmore. I epples place, a miles Kast of Manford, Furmcr. to lllumo 7" has not an cquul. The conialnlnk about III) acn s, tho successful died nftcr n long illness of a complicabidder to executo a note for the iimouut of wie rem, wiin npprtiMHl security, lieurlni: Hex coal is guaranteed to please. comedy is bright nnd sparkling, which tion of troubles i "'"'. imere.i irom its iiate. The rluht causes the most sober minded to burst Try it. Denham Hros. The Eastern Kentucky Stato Normal to reject any and all bids In reserved. into laughter. A play never to bo forKQI'ITMil.K 1!NK A THI'MTUO., Two rooms over Tom Pence's store gotten; sweethearts, husbands and School at Richmond opened its winter Walton, Ky. attend-nncterm with a for rent, W. A. Tribblo. wives, children; all should see it. A Every county was represented. lesson (with two hours of solid amuseSee our new liorso collar, tho best one It is reported that several cases of ment) to tho old and young. At Walon tho market. Geo. II. Farris small pox have developed nt Corbin. ton's Opera House, this, Friday eve- Measures nro being taken to keep tho ning, Jan. 22. Rex coal, nlways tho same; nover disease in check, and but little nlnrm is IsDenham Hros. daughter of felt. Mary, the We ship best quality Held and Harden William Rice has bought tho Rich- seeds direct to fanners at lowest wholesnli-prlces- . Use Chattanooga p'ows for good Mr. nnd Mrs. Davo Kennedy, of the 1909 crops. Geo. II, Furris. Turnersvillo section, wns attemping to mond Hotel, near the L. & N. depot, Wu sell clovers, crnsies, seed onts. seed com, ciinu seed, millet, cow pt im.soja lieans, s dry her doll's dress before un open nnd will continue to run a plants, poThere are nono better than the gratu when her clothes caught fire. houso in every particular. Richmond IH'nnut. seed potato. s.cabtmttH sets, garden tato und tomato slips, onion Ih'iiiis, garden pens, till kinds garden, Ihdd South Hend chilled plow. For salo by Sho was so badly burned that death fol- Climax. , and llower seeds, land plaster und fertilizGeo. I). Hopper. Lillcn Lay, aged 13 years, was shot ers. W rlteiislorprUesiiiidsamplia. Mate lowed in a fow hours. Her burial took m m what you want. NAHllVIU.KHKKIiro., For Rent. Two roores over tho mil- place Tuesday in tae Campbell burying and instantly killed by his brother, 15 Second Ave., North, Uoylo Lay, In Garrard. Tho boys had linery store of tho Misses Straub. Ap- ground ufter services by Mr. J. C. Nashville, Tcnn. "treed" a rabbit in n hollow log and Tho parents hnvo much sympaply at once to Mrs. Mary Straub, Stanthy in loss of their bright nnd pretty Llllen was instructed to placo his hat ford. ! over tho opening nt one end of tho log child. Candidates' caru. printed in uny while his brother fired into the other. Narrow Escape, James Evans, col Tho boy instead held his faco closo to Hut Ins decided to leave Htnnford, I will stylo nt ?2 per 1,000; ?1.25 for 500. nnd sell at public, auction at my home on Logan ored, had n narrow escape from instant 230 for $1. Cards printed while you opening und his bead was torn oil Avenue on death Wednesday. Ho jumped a freight tho -- " Kill HA V, JAN. S,lll, wait. tho charge of buckshot. The at Hemp and in attempting to get olf by Is utmost distracted over tho broth nil my personal prucrt.v, conslstlnK of ono er unfor kuuu iuiik con, i covurtu aprini; wuc,on, all Casey county land is ndvancing in here, fell between tho platform und my broom muchtncr.v, 2 licit room suits, tunnta ntTuir, springs, mattressis, rocklni; ami dlnlm; price. In 1SS2 J. S. Campbell, mino tho track, tho long train passing over chairs, sideboards, rhltruutc re, kitchen and dlnlnu table, Morris chair, Hue inoiett. host of tho Campbell Houso, bought n him und barely missing him. Two secHere and There. carpel, lull. wool drugget, a lot of rugs, l small farm in tho Stato of Cueey at ?C tion men saw tho predicament ho was sliel range, I set Ii volumes Confederate KY. Mrs. Jane Cruise, of Host Bernstadt, Military History, I volumes ITnlversul per acre. Ho sold it this week at an in and running to his aid, held him I'toples Htaudard History Of tho volumes insahe. ncre. r U. H.. solllo other lalnki. I smiill where ho was until the train had pass- was declared advnnco of und heating Tho Colo building at Nashville was Winer largo roundnumerous stove and ninny 1 ed. Mr. Wearen Hughes ulso proved a Hung iou to mention. Male T. C. Hall, who boM his stock of will begin promptly ut Id o'clock A. M. If hero by risking his life and turning on damaged $50,000 by fire. weainer is nun good ro will be kept to goods in hia store near tho depot to It. EvFour persons wero killed and ton in warm the crowd. tho air, finally stopping tho train. H. I. (lltA V, G. Jones some six months or moro ugo, ans was considerably bruised by tho jured in a powder mill explosion nt Htnnford, Ky. to buy it back March 1. has contracted almost out of his Lake Hopatcong, N. J. fall and was scared e Mr. Hall has enjoyed n long rest and is wits. Department will issuo Tho postage stamps to 100,000,000 ready now to bucklo down to business Word comes from sovcral sections of commemoruto tho tho 100th nnnivcrsa. again. tho county that republicans are being ry of Abraham Lincoln. Seats for tho show nt Walton's Op- asked to take part in tho democratic Ed Frank Smith and Miss Mautrlc High-Clas- s Southerland, both of this county, wero Ky., Jan. tl. Km), the era Houso this, Friday evenlng.aronow primary to bo held on Feb. Cth, when married at tho homo of Mr. 1. I1. Nun- nfHtaniord, county, Ky., Invite Klscn! Court Lincoln sealed proposals lor tho erection und compullou of it on sale. Hotter get yours now as they it is ascertained that thoy aro for cer- nelley by Kev. J. Murray Taylor. new county court house on the nuhllc Will bo held at nro going liko hot cakes. Tho play, tain candidates. This will causo trou-bi- o A black boar, with small snots of s inn re In tho city of Htnnford agreeable to by Archimail and specifications Was Sho to lllame, is n beautiful und und tho cundiduto uttemping tho white, weighing about 120 ounds, camo tects Frank 1. Mllburn.l prepared Co., Washington interesting on a and no ono should miss scheme Is deserving of ignominious de to my placo about Dec 18, Owner can !.( rinus w be on II le with tho ArchiClerk Htnnford. McRobcrts' drug feat. Tho republicans should htwo no him by paying for this notice and his tects and with tliet'oiintylie withuthis bid It. Go at once to Kach Contractor will I ox keep. 1. u. Terry. Ilustonville, It. F. ccrtlllcd cheek, made pujiihlo to J, H. uws. Btoro nndsecuro scats for yourself und say whatever in tho making of tho D. ley. uouuiy jiuige,iiir .)u.ui, as ov lileuci) of good faith on his part, and If his bid is ne. family. Itcpresentativo Helm, of Kentucky, cepted.that he will enter t contract ut ticket that will go under tho rooster on t has introduced u coin- The star route between this place Nuv. 2. They will very probably havo 000 to defray tho bill appropriating $50,. duck und give un ucceptuhlu guarantee lor 01 preliminary expense pnuy iKinu,Hi)noi 10 iiiu county, nnd Lancaster will bo discontinued uf- - a tlckot of their own to look after and of tho Government's establishment of a per cent, of the contract price for the taltli-fu- l Writo for Kntry, Wank. contract. Tho con iierformiiuceo! tcr Sunday. Tho train between Louis- their efforts to help tho, , democrats in nationul nulitury park nt l'erryville, tractor w 111 be paid thoper runt, as th work t progresses, retaining 20 tier cent, until lluiil will carry mail but tho selection of n ticket should bo re- Ky. ville nnd Lancaster completion. Sale Tho Cooper murder triul was begun All bids to Ih sealed and lied with the it is not yet known whether postal garded with suspicion. Let only demoby tho selection of four Countt Cleikonor before 10 A M. February will b"e put on or whether tho crats participate in tho primary and let at Nashville clerks jurors out of luo talesmen exumlned. iein, iimv, Court HUSTONVILLE, KY. 'Ihe Fiscal mail will bo dispatched In sealed pouch- them use ovcry effort available to make Tho Stato claims to be prepared to Jeotaliy oral! bids.reserves tho right to re. by nominating tho provo that former Senator Edward W. . es. We hope and believo postal clerks the ticket invincible J. H.OWHLKY.Jlt., County Juds-eBig Sale of Business Horses Will belHeld March 24 and 25. strongest and best men. Carmack was shot from behind. UHOllUU II. U001'i:il, Clerk, will be Installed. .', m NOTICE. Mir-rc- llral-clin- All-ove- Hel-kna- l TRIBBLO & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, 1 T Executrix Notice , Full Stock of Oliver Chilled PLOWS ... - in llr..-.Nl- f. RENT 1 and Repairs. iM.iirt-liuiii- m l"-- W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. - record-breakin- g vn-rie- s. four-year-o- SEEDS. Watch iThis Space Next to!i first-clas- sue for Bargains in Up ' m Date Goods. PUBLIC SALE Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, . 1 1 $21-pe- 1 11 A BIG COMBINATION I'ost-olllc- Notice to Contractors W ! Stallions and lacks HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY, February 10 and II, I9O9. Hustonville Combination Company, tiae-Jm- .- A- - tit. . ,. a J.s,:, . JIj- - . lLj, tin'iiisiiisi'i i'aj,t .jsi t- - - 'i ""fP "' TJjpipi'rr tJT "" FStSSKwF; Asmm TW .- i- TSW' v- ,. v Official call for democratic primary election for Lincoln county, to nomiStanford at nate candidates for county offices. JWrlinVoi-1st, A primary election is hereby ttecmd'Ciat natter, called to be held in the several voting precincts of Lincoln county on Saturday, February, Gth, 1900, between C A. p. w. No. Jl,Hoiitli,ll:M M. and 4 r. M., for tho purposo of nomNn. SI, Houth, 11:1 r. M. m. No. li. North. t:M a. inating democratic candidates for tho Nn., North, B:7 P. M. No.J7, lo:l7 s. m. offices of county judfre, county attorney, county clerk, sheriff, jailer, repJOS. 8. RICE, Agont. resentative, assessor, school superinP The Interior Journal. OFFICIAL CALL. President Helps Orphans. Hundreds of orphans havo been helped by tho President ot Tho Indus trial and Orphan's Homo at Macon, Oa., who writes: "Wo havo used Electric Hitters In this Institution for nlno years. U has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach, Liver nnd Kidney troubles. Wo regard it as ono of tho host family medicines on earth." It Invigorates tho vital organs, purifies the blood, aids digestion, croatcs appetite To strengthen and build up thin, pale, wcakehlldren or run down people. It has no equal. Best for female, complaints. Only COo at Penny's Drugstore. A. R. WALLACB Is a rnndldntft for Coroner of Lincoln county, subject to the nation ot the Democratic primary Keb. fl, Imni. ZORAP. SMITH Isncnmlldntnfnr mnRlstratnlnthelliiitnn. vllle district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. DUDDERAR of the Hits, lomlllo district, subject to thnnctlonnf the Democratic party. M L. N. TIMETHBLE Glearanee Sale, All Is a candidate lor magistrate W. I : V : i J,L.Beazley&Co., 9sVauJaWTttUafaaHASl iBBftRBBVsBMVrTsisBejHH'avdHbbiSlH I i ( tendent, magistrates of tho several The Truth magisterial districts, constables, coroEvery person in this city who is sup ner and surveyor. 2nd. All democrats who are legal lering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp diV voters of Lincoln county, or who will Evcrv vear in December a coose fair MEAL EXCHANGE. case, can find relief and be permanent- bo legal voters on tho 2nd day of No- Is held in Warsaw on the gigantic scale. I mil nt nil times prepared to exchange ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi vember, 1900, are entitled to voto in It is estimated that on nn average no driven meal for corn. My mill will run eery external use. All durgeists sell ZEMC their respective precincts, and aro re- fewer than 5,000,000 gcoso arohave to Dick ll.iker, Miller, to the town and sold. These quested to do so. J. ll.llIt.KKIlHON. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. travel from 40 to 150 miles on foot. I'rnb Orchard, Ky, 3rd. Every candidate who desires to Most of them come from tne Vilna dishavo his namo printed on the ballots to trict, to the northeast of Poland. To enablo the to be used in said primary election shall journeys, birds geesestand these long aro shod. The tho on or before 12 o'clock midnight of the method of shoeing them is simple and NoW'Livorv Surgeon Dontist, 22nd day of January, 1909, deosit with interesting They are mado to walk to Dopot Stroot, melted tar, for n timo KENTUCKY. tho treasurer of the commltteo tho sum and fro to stick butinnot so hot ns hot STANFORD. to Phono 90, hereby fixed as the entranco fee in tho enough They are turned looso on a sand-henStore in raco for the office for which he is a burn. Tho result is a pair of shoes Office over McRobcrU' Drug STANFORD, KENTUCKY. candidate, said sum so realized to bo durable enough to last on the journey. the Owsley Building. Itching Skin Diseases used in defraying tho expenses of the The cleverest Imitation of roalCofteo Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid primary. At tho same timo the candiever yet kisurts Tobacco and Jobacco date shall give written notice to tho CotTco. mado Is Dr.In Snoop's Health for external use. Zcmo gives instant It Is lino flavor and is relief and permanently cures any form chairman that he desires to be a candilarns. mado In just ono minute. No tedious )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All date, and namo the office he seeks. Nothing But Insurance Tho entrance fee of candidates shall 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, bo as follows: For sheriff, $40; for puro parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. slose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. county judge, $10; for county at Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. D. torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for Store. The Insurance Man. jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for repI FARM FOR W.L.MCARTY STANFORD, KY. resentative, $10; for school superintendIs n candidate for (sheriff of Lincoln coungood blue grass The farm of ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. Ilealdcuro Hione 91 j Olllce. 03. ty, subject to the action ot tho democratic land, I) tne oneIWncres. of of MrKlnney,oii mile North 4th. The election shall be held in all party. the htamonl pike. Improvements and Insure with mo mid be fully ond; plenty of water and fruit. feiicluir respects as required by statute relative protected. Also Itt acres of tlmNTcd hind one tulle M..S. BAUGHMAN Kast of Mc Klnnev; half under fence; plenty to primary elections, and a uniform Lincoln county of water and good tobacco land. Hee li a candidate ballot shall be used in all voting pre- subject to thefor HhcrlfT of tho democratic action of McKlnny, Ky. cincts. The chairman of the commit party, tee is directed to cause to bo printed JOHN J. MOSER It n handsome, large young Jersey Hull, dp scended (rom loni mid unbroken llnu of and distributed to the several voting the moat noted Mills mxl cons on tho Is- precincts the necessary ballots and all Is ft candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, mbject to the action of the Democratic, land of Jersey Knulund and America, His sire orm of I tliw lest hulls over Imported supplies necessary to the legal conduct party. cow tlnit has KtrcniVj and hlsdiim a show s I desire to sell privately my stockHif of the election. pounds of rich milk In one day. If you mill Hardware. Doing a rh1 busiJAMES C. HAYS lieKets Like or tho Likeness of 5th. The democratic county commit ness. Will Inwilco nliout fV'. Itenson some Ancestor" and have n strictly good cow. you should avail jourself of his ser- tee shall appoint officers to hold the ts a candidate for JalUr of Lincoln county, III health. (1KO. I). UOITKK.Htitnforil, Ky. vice. He will ho allowed to serve n limited election in each precinct, who shall be mbject to the action of the Democratic numlior of approved, registered cows - out jarty. of our own hord till, year, for a of side pencil. Makn engagement liefore sending elected from lists furnished by all can Eczema is Curable cow to lie tired. HKIlt AUTTKlt, DINK FARMER didates who desire to submit lists. The ZEMO, a scientific preparation fot NO. Mtonford, Ky. Telephone external use. Stop itching instantly N. 11. We hnvo to offer three extra cholco officers shall be as nearly divided as Is a candidate for the Democratic nominaof Lincoln county, subject to and destroys the getmi that cause skin tall calves thm will tie sold at right prices. possible as to judges, clerks and sher- tion for Jailerthe democratic party. the nctlon of diseases. Eciema quickly yields and is iffs among the various candidates. The permanently cured by this rematkable Ky., officers of the primary shall, as soon as W. A. CARSON medicine. AH LVuRglsti. Write for samLincoln count), Is it candidate You can find our Htundnnl Itemed-- , the the polls are closed, which shall be done subject to thefor Jailer of the Democratic ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., SL Louis, Mo. action of greatest hlond ami II ver medicine yet known, at 4 V. M., proceed at once to count the Kenny's Drug Stor party. lnca.-eo-f Itlieumatlsin, Halt llheum, Kidney Trouble and all discuses arising from ballots cast for each and every candiImpure blood It has no elll. It Is manu- date for office, and D. C. ALLEN after counting same factured under the pure food act of June an. Clothes Hx;. ami guaruntettl liy the manufacturer If they will place nil ballots voted in the Is ft candidate for Assessor ot Llucolncoun-ty- , When Keiuedy Is taken according to directions the subject to the action of the Dvinocrutlc una u lie or biio is noi ueneniva ny tne tue ballot boxes furnished by the commitIlase nur measure taken by a taltorof pirtv. of the Itemed v we will refund lour money. low Then sour cloi lies. li Wo can do nothing more. Knell package tee, sealing up tho boxes as required by prlC" hllftlnrs milt or the finest etelllllK columns ru noses wiwi n regisiereii Kuuruii- - law, and, within two days thereafter, clothes, s II I lme that Individuality and nt J. W. FOLEY tee and iniilllng card with fulllnst 'Mictions, which plainly Indicate they were made to We tend it to anv uddress by mull on re the sheriffs and judges of election will measour ni'iisure. I Kill also take for Assssor of Lincoln ceipt of I tier package or six packages fur deposit the boxes with the chairman of Is u candidate theuctlon of the .democratic ure for eslrft trousers, fanes- jour to sets. top f.Y, If taken 111 Hotter order a lox coats and overcoats. Kail and Winter sain-piparty. a big doctors bill time you might sa county committee at the court on hand ready for our Insiievtlon. Kemeinlierlf jou tnkethe Hemedy accord' the I I.C. IIUI'LKV. The Tailor. Inn to Instructions and are not benetltcd house in Stanford. The officers of the J. A. DUDDERAR Ntanford, Ky. you get your dollar back. You will not election in each precinct will make and Isn candidate forjissei.orof Lincoln CounII nd tho remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only by our dulv authorized agents, sign a written statement showing the ty subject to theuctlon ofthe democratic llrll IIKN WILLIAMM, Agent. party. ! number of votes cast for each and every candidate for office in the precinct, W. D. WALLIN d The safest, surest and most adeiU.ite and place said statement in an envelope Is a candidate for Asttssor of Lincoln counWe Buy for the future Is a Kllcy In ty, subject to the uctlou of tho democratic and deposit it in the ballot boxes. purty. The Mutual Benefit Life Cth. Tho returns are to be made to Hides and the chairman of the county committee, Insurance Co. Weol " Llncolncoun-ty- , It Is itinsplcuous for economical manage, and should he be absent from the coun- Is a candidate for Assessor Feathers, Tallow, Bssswax, Ginseng, inent, liberality of Itspolh-- coiilrat ts. fair subject to theuctlon ofthejDeiiiocmttc ty, then to tho secretary of the com- purty. Golden ScaMYeuWKocs), My Apple, dealing with its ineinUrs and lartie returns to Hllcy holders. Wild Gineer. etc. We are dealers ! mittee, at the court house within two 'I he coiiiimtiy Is Just entering the nuUithrJ. is 1856 "Over bslf a century ia days after the election. On the next W. S.BURCH LouifvuV sod can do better for yesi thsn SIXTY FOURTH VEAR u candidate for County Attorney of Lin day after the election the county com Is ot ccmniuaoa merchintl. Reference, coln county, subject to tne action oi tne of a succcwful liusfucs career with mors policy holders In Lincoln county than mittee shall meet and canvass the re- Dcmocraflu party. soy Dsakin LouiiriHe. Writs for weekly all other companies combined. Write for pace lul sod trssna Ugs. turns of the election and make certifi particulars, stating age and whether mar-rtt- d orslnxle to M. F. NORTH M. Sabel & Sons, cate thereof. It. M. NKWL ND Hieclal Ant. 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, Kt". Myers House Flats, hstoulord. 7th. The secretary of the committee Is a candidate for County Attorney; of Lincoln county, subject to the nctlonoI the James I, While, fs directed to givo noticelof this elec- Democratic purt.. Hollellor 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. LinB. Bailey, Sec'y. & Rankin, J. county, subject to the action of the district, suhjei t to the action of the Democratic party, JAMES MclcECHNIE Is a candidate for Magistrate In Htnnford District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Is n candidate for magistrate In the f.K. HELM.SR., le the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. ALL-WOO- CRAVENETTES. 818 Coat now Coat now 81'J fiO Coat now 810 Coat now $1f L OVERCOATS 8!) 18 A. S. PRICE, 8. D. CARTER, 811 II 18 18 8ir Cont now 8 18 0 OS p. 812 CO Coat now 810 Cont now 87 oO Coat now gfi Coat now 8 18 G US 1 118 :i 18 820 Suit now 817 fill Suit now ' 815 Suit now 812 fiOSuitM now 810 Suit now 87 CO Suit now 85 Suit now SIT. 18 18 li (ireen Hals from 81 Til; to 8.1 60 83 50 to 85 00 II. Steuxm Hats 8 SIS Fancy Jlnt Unniln 25c to 00c (I IS Tho nicest lino of neck-wea- r, 1 SIS new and ucnt 25o to 50c : 15c, 2 for 25c is Collars II 118 J. Jesse Wearen, SALE Men s and Boys' Suits in Many Designs and Colors All-Wo- ol Adorina's Fox 1 Go At a Sacrifice. Our high Top Shoes consist of many different styles and prices, ranging from $3.50 to $4.00. $.3.50 Shoe now $2.98. $4.O0 Shoe now $3.4S. 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. i" Stock(of Merchandise for Sale. Urn-crie- (- At McKinqey, Ordering th.-rn Men's Felt Boots, Hen's and Women's Rubbers, Ail Reduced Accordingly. ct - n Safeguard the Future safe-guar- FURS Men's and Women's Sanitary, Heavy, Fleeced Lined Underwear. Best Quality THIRTY-NIN- E CENTS. coln Aahony FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. of fodder. W. Democratic party. Jl i Ufl ?THSCSkMpBtaMttt ft I !. UndertaKcr? and Embalm err. Also Dealers in Mattiiiga.Rugq. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give, Thorn a Call. Prices Right. Fur-nitur- STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, nV2.ttl ran- -"f IS 2 L " ie JvXAlKi-- t r' Undertaker. Embalmer and ealer in Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, Vff M KY- llonuJ,l'lione Zi, rhQD, 107. M. C. 8AUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge ot this, the Uth judicial district, subject to the action Foit Sale. -- Cultivated hemp seed, of the Democratic parly. l'JOScrop. J. H. Walker, ISIchmond, JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. Ky. Is a candidate for circuit JudKe of this, the Mhckin & Phillips, of Lebanon, bought l.Ith district, subject to the action of the Democratic purty. seven mules in Columbia Monday at $175. CHARLES A, HARDIN. Robert Rankin shipped to Atlanta of Mercer county. Is u candidate for Attorney of this, the l.llh JuTuesday 29 mules nnd dicial dltlrlct, subject to tho action of the democratic party. three horses. Fou Sale. Duroc Jersey bow with GEO- - D. COOPER seven pigs four months old. J. C. llai-le- Is ll as u candidate candidate for Crab Orchard, Ky. for county iiiurl clerk of Lincoln county, subject to the uctlou of the Democratic 33 coming FoitbALE. party. mules. Good ones. J. C. Robinson, JOHN C. PEPPLE8. Danville, Ky. Roth phones. 4t. Is candidate for Assumor At Franklin, Simpson county, Mon ty;a subject to the action ur? of Lincoln counthe democratic day, 110 mules changed hands at $157. party. Tho market was very active. W, W. WHITE A Methodist preacher, Dr. E. W. Is a candidate for Assessirof Lincoln counof Terrell, Tex., took the prize ty, subject to the action of the Democratic purty. nn Golden Wuyandotto chickens at a JAMES P. DA1LEY recent poultry show. Mr. K. I', Woods is receiving consid Is it candidate for Jude of the Lincoln count) lourt, subjeut to Hie action pi the erable hemp for which ho is paying DJe. Democratic party. He is receiving at the Uauhman wareYJ. H- SHANKS house near tho depot. for Isn candidate for James Williams lost by death a steer uctlou of the i,lucolu.coiiiil, subject to the Democratic party. weighing 1,200 pounds. Ho cut into GARLANlTlsiTJGLlfKIN the animal's tprout and found a pluce Isncundldate forHujiurluteudeut of I'ubllc of wire ubout three inches long. Mr. (schools of Lincoln county, subjtct to the Williams cstimatej his loss at about uctlou of the Democratic parly. JAMES F. HOLDAM $50. ... f -- Ilhll.ll ..I. IU ...... ...11. I...U ... I.. ja it k,iiiiii, vink Over 1,000 mules wero on tho Mt. eaillatv. f llbleetiui the liellim ..I. ui ,,iiiriiii to urtlwi ll.tiw. Sterling market Monday and prices rul- c ratio party. S'xtecn-haned mules rang-c- d J. D. SWOPE from $200 to $250. Fifteen-and-Isacundldnt.i for circuit clerk of Lincoln county, subject to thuuciluu of tho Demomules at $105 to $195; mules at $150 to $175. The de- cratic party. mand was heavy and trade was brisk. LESLIE ANDERSON About 5,000 cattle wero disposed of at Isil cundldiile for circuit clerk of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho Demo2 prices ranging from $1 to $1.85. cratic party. For Sale. 700 shocks W. Warren. INSURANCE, Fire, Life, The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented. Call around early while you can get your size. Also a nice line of Dry Goods and Notions. Call around; we will take pleasure in showing you any time. Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. KlKlit of the leading companies of the world representtd. Uompeleln rales with e nil the companies ot the world. record uasttriuissed. Noer had a lave suit 111 tho hlstoo ot tills iikkiio. Louses promptly paid mid without discount. No altlntiiOdas for your iiioiuy, lie fore SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank. MAtlONY & RANKIN, The Insurance Men of Stanford. Buy the Congh Caution finally eoiue aU.uk Kor twenty years Dr fchonp bus rouiUiiitly warned iieoplnotto tu.ecoiixu mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium, Chloroform, or similar poisons. And now a llllln law tltougli Coixrtss uis "rut It on lha label. II poImjih arc hi your Conch Mixture." (loodl VerTKOodllllsrwiflrrfnrthlsvsrirreusoninotliers, andodmrs, should Insist on having Dr. bhoop's Cough Cura. No poison marks on Dr. Hboon's labels and none in tha medlclnt. elsa it must by law be on the Islwl. And It's not only safe, but II ll said to bo by those that knowlt lc.t. a truly r markable rough remedy. Tak nochanca then, with your children. lmLt on having iitrtleularly Cough Cure. Compare carefully tha Dr. bhoop package with others and nolo tha difference, h'c poison uurks there! You can aJnaya be ou tho ssla slils by demanding Neve, positively never poison your lonirs. If too roujli even from a simple cold onl- y- jou should kIhsts heal, soothe, ami ease the Irritated bronchial tube. Don't blindly suppress It with a stupefying poison. It's linings how ss'p Uilnirs - OLIVER PLOW. Qoaosoaa Uepre-eiitatite- sky-hig- d half-han- d Cough Cure PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's STORE. W. H. j HIGGINS, si Stanford, Kentucky.