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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- v Tag INTERIOP JOURNAL T VOL XXXVii i STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 26 1909 r 3 VOXB EOB John c Pepples For Assessor iOF LINCOLN COUNTY h I V Ii In assessing your property EVERY PROPERTY HOLDER will receive k SQUARE DEAL t hands If nominated in PRIMARY SATURDAY FEB 6 1909 I will be grateful to the 11cTDemoc racy of Lincoln County which I have served all of my life When elected I t a competenticorps of deputies well fitted and capable to attend to the duties of the office to Which the people have r eleqted me YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE CORDIALLY APPRECIATED v y I t Rev Severance chaplain ot I collowlInltIn company with Dr A C o Georgetown I was automobiling thru Nicholas and Moon counties and In tho neighborhood of Blue Licks wo encountered a native driving a sorrel hors o and u mule that wero hitched to a jolt wagon on the scat 6f which sat tho native his wife and baby It was n very warm August afternoon and wo I had just pumped up ono of tho tire that had been punctured I was per spiring very freely and had my hat 011 fanning and trying to bo cool and com fortablo As wo came near the sorrel y horse began toshow evidences offright but thn driver managed the team 110 well that wo wero encouraged to go on t On we came tho horse doing his Lea to wreck tho wagon tho driver seemingly tho most unconcerned of either party Nearer and nearer wo drow tithe team Finally when 8t1111offyelled to tho driver you think ho will go by all right 7 He I replied Hell yes ho aint afearcd oCi the machine Put on your hatand go by all right Frankfort Hoes cared bogs arc profitable Under wlso manages meat oven tho razor back or rail splitter can bo made fairly rcmuner ntlo Thero is an over growing demand for hogs and hog products nnd there is particularly an increasing in quay for homo cured bacon With Root pasture clear water and proper feed ing any of tho improved varieties oC 1 hogs will weigh 150 pounds and over at six months old aridthat Is the ago at which they should bo sold letermln what variety of hog you will want get that variety and keep it as hogs ghoul bo kept fur it is dollars in your pocket But for heavens sako dont buy a Cow hogs and turn thorn loose to dep rcdato upon your neighbors or to hue tlo for their own living und expect them to bring you anything but troublo If you do not know how to raise hogs write to me William M Bamberge Agricultural Superintendent Queen 8 Crescent Route Lexington Ky Brave FIre Laddies Often receive guvero burns putting oul ilrcs then usoMlucklcns Arnica Salv and forget thorn It soon drives out pate For Hums Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises Its earths greater healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Soros Dolls Ulcors Fplonabcs Pits cure made Roliot U Instant 5c at Pennys Drug Store Mrs Charles Mock of Fairfiold Neb killed her three children by giv- Ing them wood alcohol mid then com mitted suicide by drinking a quantity of the samo liquid Tho four bodies were found by tho husband and father on his return t6 tho family homo Mrs Mod had been mentally unbalanced for som time as the reaulUof illness but It had not been supposed her ailment would take a suicidal form Thomas E Cartwright former Sheriff of Davidson county Tcnn was ar rested at Nashville on a warrant awon out by Attorney General McCarn in which it Is charged that Mr Cart wright swore falsely while qualifying as a juror in tho Cooper Sbarpe trial There is no case on record of a cough cold or la grippe developing into pneumonia after Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken as it cures the most obstinate deep seated coughs and colds Why take anything else Now Stanford Drug Co Tho A peoples have cd through tho Red Cross a total of 893990 to tho fund for tho relief of the earthquake sufferers In Italy Dur ing tho past wcek the fund was in creased by 125000 t Here and ThereIlA barn on tho county burned and 7000 pounds of tobacco were consumed Mrs Alice Lennon dropped dead ot heart disease at the trial of her husband at El Paso Texas At Muskogee Ofcla the Fcden grand jury has begun an inquiry Into alleged extensive Indian land frauds Four men wero killed and many mor had narrow escapes when an avalanch of snow slid down a mountain sldo at Ouray Col- Berlin police prevented the Socialist from forming a procession and making a Demonstration before the palace of tho Emperor lIon Morton B Howell aged 75 years ono of the most prominent lawyers of Tennessee and at one time Mayor of Nashville is dead Gov Denoen of Illinois has commuted to lifo imprisonment the Tn tenco of death upon Herman Billik the alleged slayer of Mary VrzaU The work ofcleaning up tho ruins of Messina and feeding and housing the refugees is now thoroughly systema Used and good progress is being made W It Mantcr of Nashville was ap pointed receiver of tho property of tht Empire Coal Company by Judgo Wal ter Evans in Federal Court at Louis vile A motion by Representative Olcott of Nqw York to Increaso tho pension oi Julia B Coghlan widow of Rear Ad ultra Coghlon U S N from 50 a month to 100 a month was lost by a voto of 42 to 103 Chief of 1olico Charles C Carrol shot and killed Will Buford colored ol Versailles who was resisting arrest Carroll had gone to Bufords house to quell a disturbance and tho Negro It Is said had cursed him The lifeless body of Thurman War rcn aged 14 years was found dangling from the window by his mother Mrs Jesse Warren at their homo In Greet county It is presumed that tho lad attempted to climb rom1howlndow whet it fell on his neck choking him to death A Religious rors State mont For several years I was acOltcd will kidney trouble and last Winter I wa suddenly stricken with a severe pair In my kidneys and wa confined tobed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sediment and I passed samo frequently day and night I commenced taking Folcys Kidno Remedy and the pain gradually abat ed and finally ceased and my urine became normal 1 cheerfully recom mend Foloys Kidney Remedy New Stanford Drug Co The proposition thatnewspaper ad vcrtising Is indispensable in the conduct of business enterprises in not often dig puted but it is interesting to note that in ono case where it has been question cd a United States Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the general opinion The propriety of tho action of the re ceivers of a railroad company in mak ing contracts for advertising tho road was attacked Tho court held that tho advertising was essential to tho operation of the railroad that tho outlay for publicity was therefore legitimate and that it should be allowed It would bo as easy to generate steam without fuel as to keep tho wheels of industry turning without tho uso of printers ink Dont Got A Divorce A western Judge granted a divorce on account of illtamper and bad roath Dr Kings Now Lift Pills could bade prevented it They cure Constipation cans g bad breath and aver Trouble the Illtemper dispel odal banish lieadaches conquer hills 23o at Pennys Drug Store 1 NEWS NOTES Tho business portion of McCrnckcr Kas was practically wiped out by fire Joseph Loiter tho Chicago capital 1st underwent an operation for upper dlcitis When Ernest Lldyd a street car conductor awoke at Lexington ho lounl Robert Clasby his room mate who haJ shared his bed during tho night lying dead by his side Tho States of Vermont and New York have planned to celebrate tnc 300th anniversary of the discovery of Lako Champlain by Samuel do Cham plain to tako place the first week in July 1909 Tho last remaining distillery in Bar ren county has closed down and its proprietor J S Long left for Indiana to make his home Only a few years ago Glasgow was surrounded on every side distilleriesTen and IGO natives were drowned in tho Witwatersrand goldmine near Johannesburg which became flooded by tho bursting of Knights dam Heavy rains caused the dam to give way That child labor is n menace to the national health and tho public welfare and that America taking tho lead among progressive Nations should dis courage it wero arguments made be fore a session of tho National Child La bor Conference In Chicago Italy is confronted with a grave prob lem in caring for tho 200000 persons made homeless by tho earthquake in Sicily and Calabria and who havo dis persed not only to tho interior of their native provinces but have gone in great numbers to Naples and other cities Beads Hargis was on tho warpath again in Breathltt county Ho is reported to have visited the home of his cousin Harlan South on Clear Fork and terrorized the family In addition to shooting up his cousins home ho is said to have been quite drunk A war rant was sworn out for his arrest A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago mv brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Lipscomb of Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treat ment from several doctors but found no help till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery anti was wholly cured by six bottles Ho Is awell man today Its quick to relieve and tho surest euro for weak or soro lungs Hemor rhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial allcctlons 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store When Mont Hnllis of Paducah slipped his fodt through tho wheel of a surrey in attempt to steal a ride his left leg was completely torn off and dropped into the street and his body was wedged so tightly between tho wheel and the bed of tho surrey that it was necessary to tako the wheel oil to re lease him There is little hopo for his recoveryt If you will take Foleys Orlno Laxa ivo until the bowels become regular you will not have to take purgatives onstantly as Foleys Orlno Luxu Ire positively cureS chronic constlpu lon and sluggish liver Pleasant to nko Now Stanford Drug Co Chicago packers fearing a call from the Federal grand jury at Chicago for certain papers are said to have burned at tho stockyard old books and documents containing correspondence in ref rcnco to railroad rebates Prevention those Candy Cold Cure ablets =will safely and quickly check tall colds and the Grip Trythem moo and BOO 1 4825c Sold by Penny s rug Store f S I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho wife of D R Moore Is dead In Boyle aged 64 The widow of Judgo Weaver of Lon don is dead at an advanced age John R Wilson was appointed postmaster at Spears Jessamine county Tom Joggers whacked the lifo out of John Smith with a scantling at Middles boro Tfio Boyle county grand jury return ed 33 indictments against blind tiger operators 3 T Conn has sold his grocery and meat store at Somerset to LOVO Rifle Wo hopo ho will movo back to Stanford Mrs W P Kinkead died at her home near Lancaster after a short illness due to pneumonia She was 45 ytfars old and leaves a husband and seven children M D and E M Shearer of Gar rard have sold their farm near Lancaster and will engage in the mercantile business at Monticello says the Record Postmaster William R Thomas of Pine Ilill who skipped with 217 of Uncle Sams money was arrested at CoalCreek Tenn and placed in Jill atLondonMrs Shanks is dead at her home at Richmond aged 60 She was the mother of Milo Shanks w to for a number of years has been connected with the government printing office at WashingtonA from Washington states tho selection of the site for thegovern ment building at Somerset on the Sears Humble lot ata price of 8000 This lot is tho old homestead of Judgo T Z Morrow The London Grocery BHardwaro Co capital 20000 is a newllbusiness concern at London Sipple Farris Co aro a now wholesale and retail grain and feed firm in that hustling mountain city H C Anderson of Stanford is ready to break ground in the Highlands for a small house which ho expects to rent Master Robert Dunn son of Col and Mrs I M Dunn sustained a painful and dangerous accident A shotgun shell exploded in his hand mutilating his thumb and two fingers on his right hand so badly that they had to be am putated Advocate Miss Katherine Warren who has been with the Democrat since early October resigned her position last Saturday and Wet to Raton N M1 to a splendid position in ono of thejfprinting establishments of that city The Democrat Is sorry that Miss Warren decided on this change but the now position is in the nature of an advancement and she is to be congratulated on that She is one of tho most accurate com positors that ever graced tho cases of tho Panhandle and n young woman of great ability and resourcc in all lInes of work in a newspaper office or in any other line of work During her stay in Hereford she made many friends and sho will be remembered by them as one of the most gracious and talent ed of all the young people that have come to this cityHereford Texas Democrat Dont drug thoStomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoop1 Restorative and see how quickly good health will comb to you again Test it and see I Sold by Pen nys Drug Storo Dr S Rhea townof Bristol Tenn has announced his acceptance of tho call to bo head of the John Calvin Memorial Hospital and School in Atlan ta Ho has been a prominent educator for haying Me morial School at Wythevillc Va A tickling or dry cough can bo lulckiy loosened with Dr Shoop a 3ough Remedy No oplutI juochloro orm nothing unsafo or harsh Sold jy Pennys Drug Store- Y Y rY 1 i ANDC s J I intcr Suit- y r T I fi COSTrCummins SWeareiit- i STANFORD KENTUCKY + + t444 44444M44HM4 +44 444 44 M + MH H 4 444444 I Ii l THE LEXINGTON HERALDS f I Bargain Offer Extended until February 1st THE HERALD will accept subscript tions to bo sent to subscribers by mail only for 6500 a year ni in advance This rate applies only to mail subscribers l + jwho have paid to January 1009 and to new subscribers riberlJ in arrears may pay to January let at the rate off SGOOa year and get alto paper during 1909 for 8500 if paid before February 1st After this date tho rate will positively tbe S600 per year The HERALD is the leading newspaper of the Blue Grass F with full Associated Press reports u complete market page all I the ncws of the Blue Gnl section a Monday morning edition itlttiH Lexington Kentucky e t n+fr4++f ++ + 4+ n +++ + +++ ++++++++M + 44 M M M I HHf THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TU TRANSFER MONEyt 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE aFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER A m EA3 i TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPOHtTCP r j f Qf- g I Tttf INTERI0P JOUJNAL1 lV OLXXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 2011909 r i9 JS ti 0J I e VOrE EORI t John Cr Pepples For Assessorr r t f A i OF LINCOLN COUNTY t t I i I v i L i s T A j In assessing your property EVERY PROPERTY HOLDER will receive k SQUARE DEALat mfr If nominated in the PRIMARY SATURDAY FEB 6 1909 I will be grateful to the Democ competentIi j- J i otlIing on In company with Dr A C Cook of Georgetown I was nutotnoblllng thro I Nicholas and Mason counties and in tho neighborhood of flue Licks wo encountered a native driving a sorrel hors and a mule that wero hitched to a jolt j wagon on the seat 6t which sat tho native his wife and baby It was a- livery warm August afternoon and wo just pumped up one of the tire had been punctured I was pox very freely and had thy hat oft i fanning and trying to bo cool and comfortable Aa wo come near the sorrc began to Dhow evidences of fright r1orso driver managed the team 10 wo wero encouraged to go on- t On wo came tho horso doing his beat to wreck tho wagon tho driver seem Ingly tho moil unconcerned of either party Nearer and nearer wo drow to tho frightened team Finally whet nearly opposite tho wagon my hat still t off and my shining crown giving back to tho sun his same look of red tire I yelled to tho driver My friend do you think ho will go lay nil right Z Ho replied Hell yes ho aint abated of tho machine Put on your hat and hell RO by all right Frankfort Journal Hoos Intelligently cared for hogs aro profitable Under wise manage ment oven tho razor back or rail splitter can bo made fairly rem ner 0170 There Is an over growing do mind for hogs and hog products and J thero Is particularly an increasing InI quiry for homo cured bacon With goof pasture clear water and proper feed- IngI any of tho improved varieties ot if 1hogs will weigh 150 pounds and over at six months old aridthat is tho ago ot 4 which they should bo sold Dctcrmlm what variety of hog you will want got that variety and keep it aa hogs shoul bo kept for It is dollars in your pocket nut for heavens sake dont buy a few hogs and turn thorn loose to dep redato upon your neighbors or to bust tlo for their own living and expect f them to bring you anything but troublo If you do not know how to raise hogi writs to me William M liambcrgc Agricultural Superintendent Queen 8 Crescent Route Lexington Ky y 4Bravo Flro Laddies Often receive sevoro burns putting oul fires then use Bucklcns Arnica Saiv and forget thorn It soon drives oulo pain For Burns Squids Wounds Cuts and Bruises Its earths greatcs hoalor Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Bolls Ulcers t Fplons best Pile euro made Relief Is instant 2k i at Pennys Drug Store jMns Charles Mock of Fairfield t Neb killed her three children by gist ing them wood alcohol and then com- mittedI suicide by drinking a quantity of tho sumo liquid Tho four bodies wen t found by tho husband and father on his return to the family home Mrs Mock had been mentally unbalanced for some time as thq rcsultof illness but it had t not been supposed her ailment would take a suicidal form Thomas E Cartwright former Sheriff of Davidson county Tcnn was or rested nt Nashville on a warrant sworn out by Attorney General McCarn In which it is charged that Pall Cart wright swore falsely while qualifying as a juror in tho CooporSharpo trial Thero is no case on record of a cough cold or la grippe developing into pneumonia after Foleya Honey and Tar hisantcon as it cures tbp most obstlnato deep sot Cd coughs and colds Why tako anything else New Stanford Drug Co Tho American people have contribut ed through tho Red Cross a total of 898990 to the fund for the relief of the earthquake sufferers InJtaly Dur the week tho fund waS in creasedpy 125000 c 1- I r 4 IHere and ThereI county burned and 7000 pounds of tobacco were consumed Mrs Alice Lennon dropped dead of heart disease at the trial of her husband at El Paso Texas At Muskogee Okla the Federal grand jury has begun an inquiry Into alleged extensive Indian land frauds Four men wero killed and many moro had narrow escapes whet an avaianchi of snow slid down a mountain side at Ouray Col- Berlin police prevented tho Socialists from forming a procession and making a demonstration before tho palace oi the Emperor lion Morton B Howell aged 71 years one of tho most prominent law yens of Tennessee and at ono time Mayor of Nashville is dead Gov Deacon of Illinois has commuted to life imprisonment the s4n tens of death upon Herman Billik the alleged slayer of Mary VrzaL The work of cleaning up tho ruins of Messina and feeding and housing the refugees Is now thoroughly systema Used and good progress is being made W It Manter of Nashville was lip pointed receiver of tho property of the Empire Coal Company by Judgo Waiter Evans in Federal Court at Louisville A motion by Representative Olcott of Nqw York to increase the pension oi Julia B Coghlan widow of Rear Ad miral Coghlan U S N from SCO a month to 100 a month was lost by a vote of 42 to 103 Chief of Polico Charles C Carrol shot and killed Will Buford colored at Versailles who was resisting arrest Carroll had gono to Bufords house to quell a disturbance and tho Negro it is said had cursed him The lifeless body of Thurman Warren aged 14 years was found dangling from the window by his mother Mrs Jesse Warren at their homo In Green county It is presumed that tho lad at tempted to climb fromXhewIndow when it fell on his neck choking him tt death A Religious Authors State monte For several years I was aclUtcd with kidney trouble and last Winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain In my kidneys and wa confined Lobed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sediment and I passed same frequently day and night I commenced taking Foloys Kidney Remedy and the pain gradually abate l and finally ceased and my urine became normal cheerfully recom mend Foley a Kidney Remedy Now Stanford Drug Co Tho proposition that newspaper ad vertising is indispensable in the conduct of business enterprises is not often dis puted but it is interesting to note that in ono cash whoro it has been questioned a United States Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the general opinion The propriety of the action of the receivers of a railroad company in mak ing contracts for advertising tho road was attacked The court held that tho advertising was essential to the oper ation of tho railroad that tho outlay for publicity was therefore legitimate and that it should bo allowed It would bo as easy to generate steam without fuel as to keep the wheels of industry turning without tho uso of printers Ink Dont Got A Divorce- A western judge granted a divorce in account of illtemper and bad heath Dr Kings Now Life Pills found have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breath and aver Trouble tho Illtemper dlspot c01dsl banish beadaches conquer 25o at Pennys Drug Store w x INEWS NOTES of McCracke was out flu caPltulj1stdicitis When Ernest Lloyd a street car con doctor awoke at Lexington ho foum Robert Clasby his room mate who had shared his bed during tho night lying dead by his side Tho States of Vermont and New York have planned to celebrate tfic 300th anniversary of the discovery ot Lako Champlain by Samuel do Cham plain to toko place the first week in July 1900 Tho last remaining distillery in Barren county has closed down and its proI praetor J S Long left for Indiana toI nako his homo Only a few years agoI Glasgow was surrounded on every sldo distilleriesTen and J60 natives were Irowned in tho Vitwatersrand gold mine gear Johannesburg which became flooded by tho bursting of Knights dam Heavy rains caused the lam to glvo way That child labor Is a rdenaco to tho national health and tho public welfare and that America taking the lead among progressive Nations should discourage it were arguments made be Toro a session of the National Child Lit- bor Conference In Chicago Italy is confronted with a grave problem in caring for tho 200000 persons undo homeless by the earthquake in Sicily and Calabria and who have dis persed not only to the interior of their native provinces but havo gone in great numbers to Naples and other large cities Beach lIargis was on tho warpath again in Breathitt county lie is reported to have visited the home of his cousin Harlan South on Clear Fork and terrorized tho family In addition to shooting up his cousins home ho is said to have been quite drunk A war rant was sworn out for his arrest A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago mv brother was holdup in his work health and happiness by what was believed tobo hopeless Consumption writes W R LIpscomb of Washington N C Ho took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Ho is awell man today Its quick to relieve and tho surest euro for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial alTections 50c and el Tria bottle free Guaranteed by Ponnyrf Drug 3toroWhenMontliollis of Paducah Blip- ped his fodt through the wheel of asur rey In attempt to steal a ride his left eg was completely torn off and dropped into tho street and his body was vedged So tightly between the wheel and tho bed of tho surrey that It was necessary to tako the wheel off to re ease him There is little hope for his recovery If yOu will take Foloys Orlno Laxa tlvo until tho bowels become regular you will not havq to take purgatives onstantly as Foleys Orlno Laxa lye positively cures chronic constlpu lou and sluggish liver Pleavant to ako Now Stanford Drug Co Chicago packers fearinga call from the Federal grind jury at Chicago for certain papers ore said to have burned at the stockyard old books and documents containing correspondence In ref renco to railroad rebates Erevontlcg tboso Candy Cold Cure ablets =will safely and quickly check oal1 colds and the Grip Trythem onco and BOO 1 J825e Sold by Penny s rug Store 4 I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Th wife or D It Moore Is dead In Boyle aged 64 The widow of Judge Weaver of London is dead at an advanced age John R Wilson was appointed post matter at Spears Jessamine county Tom Joggers whacked the life out of John Smith with a scantling at Middles boro The Boyle county grand jury return ed 33 indictments against blind tiger operators X T Conn has sold his grocery and meat store at Somerset to LOVO Riff Wo hope ho will movo back toStunrord- Mrs W P Kinkead died at her home near Lancaster after a short illness due to pneumonia She was 45 years old and leaves a husbandand seven childrenM and E M Shearer of Gar rard have sold their farm near Lancas ter and will engage in the mercantile business at Monticellosays the Record Postmaster William R Thomas of Pine Hill who skipped with 217 of Uncle Sans money was arrested at CoalCreck Tenn and placed in Jill atLondonMrs Shanks is dead at her home at Richmond aged CO She was the mother of Milo Shanks wio for a number of years has been connected with the government printing office at WashingtonA from Washington states the selection of tho Site for thegovern ment building at Somerset on the Sears Humble lot ata price of 8000 This lot is tho old homestead of Judge T Z Morrow Tho London Grocery Hardware Co capital 20000 is a newj business concern at London Sipple Farris Coaro a now wholesale and retail grain and feed fires in that hustling mountain city H C Anderson of Stanford Is ready to break ground in the Highlands for a small house which he expects to rent Master Robert Dunn son of Col and Mrs I M Dunn sustained a painful and dangerous accident At shotgun shell exploded in his hand mutilating histhumb and two fingers on his right hand so badly that they had to be am putated Advocate Miss Katherine Warren who has been with the Democrat since early October resigned her position last Sat urday and wept to Raton N M I to a splendid position in one of thefprinting establishments of that city The Dem ocrat is sorry that Miss Warren decid ed on this change but the new position is in the nature of an advancement and she is to be congratulated on that She is ono of tho most accurate com positors that ever graced the cases of the Panhandle and a young woman of great ability and resource in nil I lines of work in a newspaper office or in any other lino of work During her stay in Hereford sho made many friends and she will be remembered by them as ono of the most gracious and talent ed of all tho young people that have come to this cityHereford Texas Democrat Dont drubthoStomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will comb to you again Test It and see I Sold by Pen ny s Drug Store- S Dr S Rhea PrestonofBristol Tenn has announced his acceptance of tho call to bo head of the John Memorial Hospital and School in Atlan ta Ho has been a prominent educator rot haying Me moral School at Wythevllle Va A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro tOlIDnotblnJupsafQ or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store v r r u OVERGORIS i AND i t s- intor t 4 t I Suit F y ATI I cost Cumthjns Weareii STANFORD KENTUCKY t Ht+H t t t tt i lTHE LEXINGTON HERALDS t iBargain Offer Extended IJntil February 1st THE HERALD will accept subscript tions to bo sent to subscribers by mail only for 8500 a yearn paid iu advance Thiruto applies only to mail subscribers + who have paid to January 1 1009 anti to now subscribers t+ Subscribers ill arrears may pay to January let at the rate of + SGOOa year and tho during 1909 for 8500 if paid before February 1stlitter this date tho rate will positively + bo 8GOO per year The HERALD is the leading newspaper of the Blue Grass with full Associated Press reports a complete market page all + tho news of the Blue Grass section a Monday morning edition f ilcrf The Lexington Herald Company tt INCORPORATEDt tl+ Lexington Kentucky t + eF tn tt n n +++++ t TtlE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEYt 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE j FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAQER u I t EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOKPOntTCD i 6The Interior Journal 1 Eo Co WALTON I LET us again admonish tho candidates for county offices to do and say nothing j that they will have to take back after the primnry of Feb G Let each man make his raco on his own merits and not on the demerits of thoso who j oppose him Tho ticket to be named some 10 days hence will be voted for In November and he is a poor democrat I indeed who does not want to see it win even fate and a majority of 1votesprevented his being on it The a republicans are watching every move ment and are jotting down in their note- bookst the things the democrats are say- ingI about each other Therefore be 1 careful what you sayor do or you will hear the echo along in the Fall when the republicans try to wrench the noun I ty offices from the democrats Dont place yourself in a position to be court pelted to eat crow by saying things about the other fellow for he might i beat you and if you are tho man you ought to be you will help him defea daresjopposehimtiI RGls i t up by shooting himself in the foot Af ter subjugating several residences on Frozen Creek Friday he proceeded toe Jackson shooting at all animate objects V on his way He accidentally wounded himself His wound was dressed at the home of a Negro and he was takenI to his mothers house in Jackson where he is being attended by his brotherin law Dr Hogg Amputation may be necessary Isnt it about time Senator t K Bradley was coming out in another K r communication saying that Beach is h the most lamblike fellow in all the j fli mountains 7 He should do something c to divert the attention of the public from the worthless murderer of his fatherr i AN effort is being made to secure a tpardon for Henry E Youtsey As a matter of fact Youtsey deserves hang ing as much as Caleb Powers Taylor or Howard but as Gov Willson seems bent on giving all of Gov Goebels as- sassinsr their freedom it it would not ba surprising to learn that ho has par 9 doned Youtsey rf THERE are 29 Federal circuit judges and 84 district judges affected by the change of compehsation about to be au I thorized by Congress The former who get 7000 a year now will get 91 OJO and the latter who receive 6000 will get 8000 r i IT is said that the money which usu- allyj goes to buy seed for Congressmen r t3 electioneer with will be used this time to buy automobiles for the presi dent The republican presidents come high but we have to have them i filj seems CHRISTIAN county has the only few male deputy sheriff in the State and officertGth K W BOND a Bardon Tenn fool walked seven miles on his hands andi knees to pay a bet lost on the State go ing for Statewide prohibition It is a pity the little goose didnt have work to do at home LARUE county went dry by a majority of 1085 Saturday The vote was about foar to one against the sale of whisky POLITICAL t The Sims bill to establish prohibition in the District of Columbia was tabled in committee by a vote of 11 to 2iI The Tennessee Legislators wiped liquors out of the State are pro paring to prohibit the sale of Cocoa ColaThe Arkansas Senate has adopted a joint resolution providing for the ini i tiative andjreferendum as a part of the constitution of that State k The President sent to the Senate the nomination of Rufus E Foster to be i United States District Judge for the l Eastern district of Louisiana The Senatorial deadlock at Spring field III may be broken this week but the conferences of the last few days x have failed to indicate the outcome g Dispatches say that Justice John M Harlan of the United States Supreme I court is soon to resign and that Gov Willson will be appointed to succeed t himThe lower house of the Indiana Leg islature will probably order an inves tigation this week preparatory to cut ting salaries and abolishing useless of tfices e- i r The WalkerOtis antiracetrack bill I passed the California House by a vote I of 21 to 10 A motion to reconsider i was made which delays the sending of the bill to the Senate Right scored another run when both Louses of the Legislature in Tennessee t passed a Statewide bill to prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquors in that k StateLancaster Record i Lexington dispatches saythat County IAttorney George Hunt will be a candi Judge Watts Parker ford the democratic nomination for circuit judge in the Fayette district Ir f w S t Q 0 John B Payne who died at Lexing ton was the first county judge of Bell Prcsidditelect Taft baa sailed from Charleston S c for Panama and upon the knowledge personally gained herJis likely to depend the ultimate plan of the Panama Canal construction The Legislature ofKCallfornia will attract wordwide attention this week when it takes up the matter of legisla tion designed to check Japanese immi gration to that States share of the Pa cific coast The Senate passed a bill making Feb ruary 12 a special National holiday The Senate also adopted Senator Knoxs resolution providing for a survey of The Lincoln Way from Washington toGettysburgWilliam Taft left Augusta Ga for Charleston S C from which place hel will sail for Panama Tliq Presidentelect asked Senator Knox and Frank H Hitchcock to meet him at Charleston presumably for a confer ence concerning his Cabinet Francis B Loomis Commissioner general to the Japanese Exposition said in anlinterview that there was no doubt of tho sincerity of Japans friendshiplfor tho United States and that the policy of Marquis Katsura and CountKomura was to prevent em igration not only to America but to all countries except Korea and certain parts of Manchuria By a goodlmajority vote the Tennes see House of Representatives tabled the Senate joint resolution calling for an investigation of the alleged whisky lobby and for the second time during the session tho Lower House put itself on record as opposed to any kindof personalor private legislation of this character A similar joint resolution asking for an investigation of charges made by E B Chappell and B F Haynes Methodist ministers that cor rupt influences I were being used on membersfof tho Legislature was laid on the table by practically a unanimous voteState Superintendent of Schools J G Crabbe republican has issued a strong statement in favor of calling an extra session of theLegislaturo for the solo purpose offcnacting a uniform county unit bill He says the people are for it and will knife any man or party that opposes the measure or puts ob structions in its way He says the State administration should redeem its promises by passing the bill He says he believes the countyunit bill will win soon or Statewide prohibition will come with a dull thudJfHo concludes by sayinghe has no political bee in hill bonnet CHURCH MATTERS Eld George Verco will preach at Go shen nextSunday at 11 AM Mr J C McClary will preach at eectond Sunday There were 153 pupils at the Chris tian church Sunday morningthe lar gest number for a long time The congregation of the Hillsboro Baptist church 1n Scott county has ex tended a unanimous call to Rev H S Sommers of Georgetown to become pastor of the church Rev J T Lapsley D D who has just attained the great age of 90 years and who has teen tin the ministry 68 years preached in theSecond Presbyterian church at Danville Sunday Class No G Moreland Union Sunday school will give a play entitled A Merry Christmas from Charles Dick ens Christmas stories at Hunn Cof feys Hall on Wednesday night 27h Admission 15 and25lcents MATRIMONIAL Will Stone and Miss Lula Burgin were married at Liberty Ed Frank Smith aged 21 and Miss Maggie Southerland 16 were married at Rev T W Barkers by that gentle man Friday Ruth Bryan Leavitt daughter of William J Bryan filed suit for divorce from William H Leavitt at Lincoln Neb The petition was immediately withdrawnJack a son of Sheriff Lincoln Wells of Casey and Miss Bertha El liott the 17yearold daughter of Ex Sheriff Grant Elliott of that county eloped to Tennessee and were married Simple Remedy For La Grippe Racking la grippe coughs that may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and In flamed lungs are healed and strength ened and a dangerous condition la quickly averted New Stanford Drug Co Sam Davenport a Negro was lynch ed at Leighton Ala for burning the barn and 1G horses of A J Gilbreath a planter who had whipped him The Negro had given Mrs Gilbreath some impudence Two passengers on the White Star liner Repulic were killed when that vessel was rammed by tho Florida off the coast of Nantuckett Mass and two others were injured 4 Charles Platt president of the Insurance Company of North America and one of the most widely known fire insurance men in the country diedat his home in Philadelphia A IPains of women head pains or any In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See byiIIn a fast 11round battle at New Or leans Young Corbett knocked out lIar ry Foams It is said that over 12000 changed hands on the result J Rev A H Burroughs of Bristol Tenn has erected a 22room hotel which is especially designed for the re I caption of wedding couples Mrs W K Massie one of the most prominent figures in the social club and church life of Lexington died suddenly There is a movement on foot among the colored people of Louisville to start a bank JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It n cnndldnte for circuit judge of IbllltheJath dIstrIct IUbJect to thu Democratic party ICHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county is n citiulldiite for Com moiiwtnltiri Attorney of tills tho 18th ju dlclnl dIstrict subject to the action of the democratic IGEOB COOPER If n candidate for reelection nl n candidate for county court clerk of Lincoln count subject to the action of the ltemoerat u party I JOHN C PEPPLE8- If a candidate for Aftenor of Lincoln count subject to the action or the democratic party W W WHITE Is a candidate for Afietiorof Lincoln eon II tytubject to the action of the Democratic IlIIrty IJA11ES P BAtLEYI If n candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to the notion of the Democratic IVVHSHANKSIs n candidate for ronoinlnatlon for He pre I tentative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party I GARLAND SINGLETON If candidate superintendent of Public School of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party IJAMES F HOLDAM circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party J D SWOPE It n candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party If You Want To Crow Corn Alfalfa hogs and cattle como to Untie Send toe list of improved farms Address J K WEST Augusta Kai t FOR SALEM 23horie power boiler and engine and sawmill for sale Will veil either or both On AS KxgSLixOttcnhclru Ky 1ostodlco Waynetburg Ky NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I have opened n blacksmith and gcnorn repair ihop tit my home the old tolliml on tho near Hu HtllllronrlkeonlIlelInlt nk pn tronngu 1AUL JKtt lit UuilonvlllivKy PUBLIC SALE Having decided to leato Htaufont I will tell nt public auction at my home on Logan AenuoonF1tIDAYJAN 4olttu- ell my wnonnl property conilitlng of one good milk cow 1 covered tnrlng wagon all my broom machinery it ln d ram suits hUll dlnlni elwlrasldobonnlscklflonlere kitchen and dining table 1 Morrlt chair I fine moquitli carpet J allwool drugget n lot of rug I steel range 1 et It volumes Uonfcderuti Military History 4 volumet Universal Die Bono 17 volume Peoples Htandnrd UII tory or iho U S some other looks l mall and 1 largo round beatlnc stove and marry other thlngt too numerous to mention Halt will begin promptly nt W oclock A x It weather Is cold good tint will tie kept to warm the ccowd H1OItAYStanford Notice to Contractors Btiintoni Ky Jan A 11011 the Fiscal Court of Lincoln couuty Kyi Invite aled pro posali for the erection and completion of n now county court house on the square In the city of Htanfonl agreeable to plan iprclflcntlont bV Archi tents Krank P Mllburn A Co Washington DC Plans will be on the wllh the Archtect and with tho Clerk at mantord Each Contractor wilt tile with his bid n certllled check mode pnyablo to J H Owl ley County Judgefor rom at evidence of oodfnjtbon It his bid It ac cepted that hewlllontcr Into contract at once IInll give an acceptable guarantee com i laud payable to the county for CO faithIulltractor lll Iw IU per cent as pr greips retaining IU per cent until final completion All bids to be sealed and flied with the Counts Clerk on or before 10 A x February loth IwW- The Fiscal Court reserves tho right to ro ices any or oil bids J OWHLKY JH County Judge GKOUOK II OOOlKK Clerk ore = 7 =HUSH HONEY DONT CRY I ITS ALL OVER I Credit and high prices earned this trouble but T C4ALtjwlll settle It wtthtash on the counter and low prices In Tobacco Cigars and Ueneral Merchandise Victor tolumbln Disc nod Cylinder Iruphophomi ltcc ords and supplies Hhould I not have In stock what you want I will take pleasure la ordering It for you Sly terms are Cash I keep no account matter how good your credit may bo your Cash Is always bet ten If you want a bargain O K Every man has his price THOH 0 HAIL Proprietor Sll W Cor Depot Saect Htanfonl Lincoln Co Ky INTKIUOU JOURNAL HTKAM Imxr jrst 9lational 2anA Stanford fly Organtxttt JSS2 Capital Stock SSOOOO Surplar and Wntti fitnt Profits 19 000 jfas paid in 3loidands sineo Organization 32500 4 invite Wow jfcsounta on Our 91tlrll1 OFFICERS DIRECTORS J S Hocker PresidentF Reid J H Daughman S T larris VicePresidentM D Elmure J M Pettus uaminsJohnIL C Baugbman Asst Cashr T P Hill J S Hocker WWSaundersBookkeeptr C E Tate ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Ratige buy n full saver a moneymaker the best baker A large line of select from and we will appreciate a call GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford J i1 iWIt 0 LUGKY I fORYO1J We have about 50 MENS SUITS only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE rather than style can not afford to miss They are nottdamaged not shelf worn a few of them area little soiled Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS thant10 Most of Them 15 SuitsjSome of Them 20 Suits We want them out of the way We need the I money and we have assorted them and made two prices 500 and 750 A Suit j Its most LIKE FINDING THEM 5 or 750 for a 15 or 20 Suit but these prices are FOR THE rememberJ forget that r M J McROBERTSII mga agagaf a ri New Ledgers Journals Andf r fam i I ttIIn Great Variety of Styles and Pricesm 1- iVl In Fact a Very Complete tlj Line of Stationery IAI Wiii J t mStntord Ken- tuckyBBBBBBBBEBEE I y r the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000ISurplus x 3333000to v II I I Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER 4 r OIREOTORSt JB StanfordJohnI kin irTraylorGilbertsH Cummins Ircacbersville Lilburn Goocb Gilberts Creek Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs Hides Furs I Hens 9 to 912c v Roosters 4 to 412c- Chickens ii V w 9 to lOc Ducks 8 to 9c Geese 6 to 6 l2c 12cfr Scrap IronRubber H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky i h s a 1 r t tfr Ta r 1 The Interior Journal 3 STANFORD KY JAN 20 1009 i NEw assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store SOME very special bargains In Box Paper but eupp la Ask to see them Pennys Drug Store PERSONA MRS GEORGE D WEAKEN is quite I sick again loins L D COOK has been indisposed IsbotterJ J days MCROBERTS has been MRS MATTIE KIIIBY is confined to I her bed by severe illness i IMRS U P WALTER of Lancaster relatives here MR FRITZ KUUEQER and son of MtI I Vernon wore hero Friday A M WARREN of Louisville spent Sunday with the homcfolks hero MR AND MRS KODERT F SCUUDER I spent several days with Madison rela tives MRS J 0 MERSIION has been quits sick this week with appendicitis Som erset Times MIss MAUDB IERRIN of Anderson Ind is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs P G Warner IIMARSHALL STONE is back at his post i in this ofllco after a delightful visit to friends at Anderson Ind MR VIRGIL It COLEMAN of Thur mond W Va is hero with his parents I Mr and Mrs McD Royalty MR WILL KISER of Paris Is here l receiving hemp at tho Bright Paxton warehouse on Danville street TUB Warren Grigtby Chapter of tho U D Co will meet with Mrs W II Higgins at 2 oclock this afternoon v MR G T ASIILOCK tho clover pro prietor of the McKinney Hotel is convalescing from an illness of a week I MR E L WOODS of Paint Lick or- t ders his I J sent to Orlando Flat where he and his brldo are spending the WinterMRS WILLIAM FIELDS of DoLand tFla is visiting Mr and Mrs J C Bat 1 ley and Miss Ophelia Lackey at Crab JOrchardMR A BROOKS of Crab Or- chardi was hero Friday returning from t a drumming tour of Tennessee and Alabama Miss OPHELIA LACKEY and little nephew Master James Bailey of Crab- I Orchard wero guests of Miss Pattlo Alcorn yesterday LITTLE W N CRAIG JR is qulto 1 sick Wo are clad to state that the trouble is nothing liko diphtheria as has been reported N MRS P DENTON and daughter Miss Willie spent two days this week with t Dr Denton who is taking treatment for rheumatism at Crab Orchard Springs Mt VernOn Signal 1 MR W T RICHARDSON has been transferred from Parts to Junction City by tho Standard 011 Co and will havo charge of the companys business In I Boyle Lincoln and Casey counties MRS S E BROOKS and Miss Molllo Brooks of Crab Orchard who wore visiting Mrs Miller at Ranch 101 Bliss Okla had their trunks destroyed when tho Miller homo burned pomo time ego REV WILL HOPPER who is attending tho Presbyterian Bible College in Louis t I ville parents here Ho preached at tho Presbyteria- nA church at in tho morning MR J 11 KENNEDY representing tho Central Kentucky Monumental I Works was hero from Richmond last r week consulting thoso who want tho last resting place of their dead relatives and friends Ho has sold a number of handsome monu ments in Lincoln county LOCALS CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer f REX coal always the same never va 1 dell Denham Bros REX coal is guaranteed to please r Try it Denham Broa L Two rooms over Tom Pences storo for rent W A Tribblo r DOGS into T Pences sheep and killed several Sunday night PLOWS plow harness and harness of1 all kinds grass Geed otcET Pence four Mr I Mack Bruce for constable and tho democrats art all glad he has been nominated MOVING pictures Waltons Opera House Wednesday Thursday Friday nights at 7 oclock Admission 6c LAP Robes and storm fronts at a big discount J C McClary NEW lino of spectacles Eyes tested free at the New Stanford Drug Cos store THERE were 22 passengers on Satur days Southbound passenger for Jack sqnvllle Fla FOR SALE OK RENTTho Warner storehouso on East Main Street Ap ply at onco to W K Warner TUB Aimed of tho Chris than church will meet at 2 oclock Fri day afternoon with Mrs John J Me Roberts MR CANDIDATE lleaso remember wo aro to havo a democratic primary and that republicans should have no part nor parcel in It TUB Franklin county grand jury re turned an Indictment against tho Frank lin fiscal court for failing to publish a financial statement of the condition of tho county The fiscal court of Lincoln will please take notice ALONG in tho Fall Mr P E Snivel of Brodhcad thinking to economize stopped his 1 J Friday we received tho following letter from him En closed 1 for the cheapest and best ono year Cant well got along without Itr W W WHITE candidate for the democratic nomination for assessor asks us to state that ho will make Wm lllfTc son of Mr Jesso Rifle of tho West End his deputy in caso ho is nominated and elected Tho selection is a good one GivENSMiss Sarah Jane Givens aged 75 died at her homo near Mt Salem after a brief illness of pneumonia Tho burial took place in tho McKinney cemetery Deceased was a daughter of tho lato Benjamin Givens and was a most excellent lady CHARLES MAJOR and Andrew though ton charged with to murder of Mrs Annie Major during a family reunion at Buena Vista Garrard county were held without bond to circuit court Tho dead woman was tho wife of Major and tho sister of Broughton TUB KewntuckY As sedation had on interesting meet at tho ditcher House Danyillc Thursday After tho program had been completed tho election of officers took place and resulted as follows Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford President T Q Meredith Burgin Vice President J Tom Price Ilarrodsburg Secretary and Treasurer and A D Price and J C Bogle Censors MESSRS T W MULE or this place and William Martin of Princeton Ind havo bought a twothird in terest in tho dry goods store of Tribblo Hughes and an inventory of the stock is now being taken preparatory to turning it over to the new owners Mr W A Tribblo retires and Mr Hughes disposes of one sixth of his interest by tho transaction Messrs Humblo d Martin uro both progressive young bus- Iness men and they and Mr Hughes should get a good share of tho parton ago oft this section I As usual a small was present at Waltons Opera Houso Friday night and most of our people missed tho good performance given by the company playing Was She to Blame It is exceedingly discouraging not to say humiliating to bring a good company hero and havo its members play to emp ty seats Our people want a play house they say but they dont prove their words by patronizing what few shows we have Unless business gets better tho management will bo compelled to close the opera house because of a lack of patronage v IN remitting for his I J from Bro ken Arrow Okla Mr George T Wood takes occasion to correct a report which is being circulated by enemies of Mr M S Baughman candidate for tho nomination for sheriff lib says lam in receipt of a letter from n Lin coIn county man stating that it is being circulated that while Mr Baughman was sheriff ho collected six per cent penalty and tho advertising foe on property belonging to widows I want to state that this Is as untrue as anything can booMr Baughmanff instruction to mo and his other was to charge no penalty whatever to wid ows the of Lincoln county will bear me out in what I say 01 UNTIL FEBY 1STI I We will oiler any Gloak or Fur in our house at ONETHIRD oil the price Tholirio embraces some swell styles in Ladies Castor Coats Rain Coats Mulls nnd Neck Pieces You can afford to looka season aheadat these MoneySaving 1rie- esChildrtens Coats 12 and 13 Off the Price II KY IFOR RENTTwo rooms over tho millinery store of tho Misses Straub Ap ply at onco to Mrs Mary Straub Stanford WHILE coming to L yesterday Mr and Mrs Ike Shelbys horso became frightened and run oil throwing tho occupants out and breaking the arm of Mrs Shelby in three places m A FOX terrier six months oldloft my home Jan 11 Ho has black ears short tall black spot on rump extend ing down on his tail Reward for his return W B McKinnoy Stanford REV P C En RITE former pastor of the Highland church was robbed of 12 while asleep in his homo at Science Hill quicklyIi up money gave JOHN S LEE phoned us from Kings villa to state that tho report that ho would be a deputy in tho event Mr M S Baughman is elected sheriff is a lie out of whole cloth started by an enemy of Mr Baughman A PICTURE of Judge J W Alcorn of this place appeared in Sundays Cour icr Journal along with tho special commission appointed by Gov Willson to arrange for tho dedication of tho Lincoln Farm in Laruo county Tile homo of the late John F Cash on Danvillo Avenue is for sale private ly Tho residence is large commodious and In good repair There are 29J acres in the lot For further particulars call on 11 C Baughman at tho First National Dank or James N Cash Tur ncrsvllle REDUCED RATES VIA QUEEN CRES- CENt ROUTE To New Orleans and Mobile Tickets on sale February 17th to 22nd inclusive Return limit March 1st with extension privilago March 13th 1909 For particulars ask Ticket Agents or address H C King G P A Lex ington Ky IN attempting to save the life of her little daughter who was fatally burned last week Mrs Dave Kennedy of the Turnersville section sustained severe burns on both hands It has caused her great suffering and that with the loss of her child has almost wrecked her ner vous system HIATT DeLyHiatt aged 85 died at tho homo of her grandson Walter Hiatt Saturday and was laid to rest in Buffalo Springs cemetery Sun day Sho was tho grandmother of Mrs J S Campbell of this place and was tho surviving member of the first of five generations of her family Deceased was a splendid woman and her death brought sadness to the hearts of many who knew and loved her MOORE David Moore died at her homo in tho Shelby City section after a protracted illness aged 64 She is survived by her husband and six children and in their irreparable loss much sympathy is felt for them Mrs Moore was a splendid woman and for many years had been a devout member of tho Christian church The burial took place at McCormacks after ser vices by Eld J Q Montgomery TUB Lincoln county democratic com mittee met hero Saturday and resolv ing itself into a convention nominated thoso candidates who had no opposition for the county officers They are Judge James P Bailey for county judge Gco B Cooper for county clerk Garland Singleton for school superintendent W II Shanks for Representative Jas McKcchnio for magistrate in tho Stan ford district and John M Camden for magistrate in the Waynesburg district I M Bruce was nominateo for consta blo After this Mr J B Paxton was called in to draw for positions for the candidates on the ballot and the draw ing resulted as follows For sheriff M S Baughman W L McCarty for county Attorney W S Burch T J Hill Jr M P North for jailer J J Moser James C Hays Dink Farmer W A Carson for assessor W W White J W Foley D C Allen John C Peoples S M Owens J A Dud derar W D Wallen for circuit clerk J D Swope J F Holdam Loslie Anderson for coroner W T Smith Geo P Bright A It Wallace for magis trato in the Hustonvillo district W M Dudderar Zora P Smith J K Helm Sr for magistrate Crab Orchard dis trict L K Wells and Ward Mooro The committee will meet again to morrow Wednesday to appoint election officers yk i WE have been enjoying Springlike weather for several days but the chances are that we will pay for it with compound interest about the time when we should have warm weather AN uptodate vingpicture show will hold the boards at Waltous Opera Houso on Wednesday Thursday Fri day and Saturday nights of this week The show will begin at 7 oclock and I the admission will be only five cents LESLIE ANDERSON It cnmllilnte for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho Demo cratic purty M F NORTH Ii n candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county lubject to the actlonof the Democratic party T1 HILL JR Ii a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to tho action of the Democratic party WO WALLIN Ii A candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to the action of tho democratic piuly S M OWENS Ii n candidate for Aneitor of Lincoln coun ty luuject jo the action of tbe Democratlo party W S BURCH Ii n candidate for County Attorney of Lin titDemocrntla 300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE Koglo farm on Green hirer county nod adjacent Llnnlo Goal neighborhood and near Reboot ISoncres enclosed tillable flne tobacco corn and erne land residue woodland well adopted to itocK ralilnKt unfitting stream of line water runt through outbulldlngllrlceStlddleburg Ky NOTICEoWO will nITer to the highest bidder at our itableon epot street- HATUItDAY JAN 80 ices a lot of good horses buggies harness sot revs drummers wagons double harness and everything to a firstclam livery stable JlTEBH Duos Col J 1 Chandler Auct The Joseph Price SanatoriumN- orth Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Eye Nose Throat Ear OenltoUrlnnry Ittctal Or guns Nervous System lI surgery NICE HOME AT AUCTION I will at public auction tit 2ocloclc HATUItDAY AFTtmmONJANIXYlU at tny homo In Crab Orchard It Is a cot bigo of live rooniH with three porches good wnl on buck porch Nice storvbulldlue of two rooms on lot AH necesnry out build Ings In good repair Abundance or fruit gardn J BTKKNUBUOEN Orao Orchard Ky NOTICEI Notice U hereby given that all Lincoln county boiiJn of turles II Issued March i- JsJ1ndeopiubleful5years with privilege ot years be paid on too lit un of March 1WJO on pres entation to tho Lincoln County National hank nnd that Interest on same will stop nmounti1StIJThis KDurchOOlllllllltltJ Executrix Notice I All persons laving claims against the tate or Mark llunlln deceased are rOIIUl1- td to present them to the undersigned vent rO1monthcrcounts they must be proved by tho oath of tome other person In addition to tho oath of claimantAll who are indebted to the estate are requested to pay tbelr Indebtedness to tho undersigned and thus avoid Ube costs Of n suit IIKHHIKMIIAUUIN Executrix Mark Hurdln Dec 1 I FARM FOR RENT I On MONDAY YEn 8 lie9 at I oclock KyAsplus deceased wo will runt to the highest and best bidder for tho term of one year endinglarchIepplea place 3 runes Knit of Htnnford luccessfulbIdderthe rent with approved security bearing a fightoEQUITM1LK 1JANK TRUST c0 Walton Ky SEEDS prices WO soil clovers grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow beans tKanuti seed potatoes cabbage ado anti tomato slips onion sets garden 1I0idnnders Wrlto us for prices and samples Htato what you want NASHVILLK HEED 00MS Nashville Tcnn PillowTop and Back IFor One r Cent ofVour Art Department and get n 22x22 inch Bulgarian Cloth lal with Back for one cent Pillow top is the new Bulgarian PillowIis stamped and tinted in colors Your choice of various SEVERANCE SON STANFORD gardenIeds s Embroidery and Lace Opening for Season of 1909 I The opening of this season menus with us no change of methods except in tho line of betterment better facilities means better service For many years this store line been noted for its Laces and Embroideries This season will bo different only in tho extra effort put forth to make it the most successful in our long career Hamburg insertions nnd edges to match nil new patterns per yard lOe and up to 50c Corset coyer embroidery 18 inches wide on Nainsook and Swiss per yard 50c andup to 81 Baby sets a large assortment of these popular edges and insertions all beautiful patterns in match sets per yard 10 to 20c Allovers in Swiss nnd Nainsook everyone new and handsome in design much in vogue this season per yard 50c to 8300 To close we offer 50 patterns of cotton torschon laces nnd insertions to match 1 to 5 inches wide 10 nnd 12c values our price 5c Call nnd see us TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI Full Stock of Oliver Chilled PLOWS i I and Repairs Y I W E Perkins Crab Orchard J Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods tJ Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY A BIG COMBINATION SALE 1 OF HighClass Stallions and lacks Will be held itt f HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY ON February 10 and ri 1909 Write for Entry Blanks Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KY Big Sale of Business Horses Will belHeld March 24 and 25 ur J J 7 IIt t j c lnt r f r Entircdinthe PottOffice at Stanford BI- J ndclaujzt4uc- rL t 4 tN TImE TRBLE- I i No slKouth lllp Mi f No a Bouth 1101 v M j No 24 North 440 A u No f North BiZT r M t No W 1041 AM No ti ZMr i- JOS t I S RICE Agent t The Truth tEveryperson in thiscity whqissuf r feting from Eczem Pim lcs Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis I e eaSe can find relief and be permanent e ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fo rxtcrnal use All durggists sell ZEMC f 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE t v A S PRICESurgeon Dentist 1 t STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRoberts Drug Store in t i j I the Owsley Building r l Jt Insures Tobacco and L Tobacco tfJ I earns Nothing But Insurance 1 Ii e r Jesse D WearentJJ 4 i The Insurance Man t f STANFORD KY tJt i Residence Phone 34 Offlce W ti Insure with mo and be fully protectedt Fox6t e tf II n handsome large young Jersey DI11Ide scended from n long and unbroken Hue of the most noW bull fond cows on the Is 1tendof Jersey England nnd An erlea Ills lsoaeof the bet bulls ever Imported i and hlldnll1l1 o show COW that ha I IF pounds of nun mlllt In one day If be 1StlIeve begot Like or the Likeness off Ancestor and hire a strictly good J cow you should nvnll yourself of his ser I IiTlce He will bo allowed to serve a limited y of approved registered cows ou- tU side of our own herd this yeur fbr ft fee of S3 each Mnke engagement before sendingI cow to b bred IlKID AOTTKH i Telephone SO Hlnnford Ky DWe hove to offer three extra choice tdballcalves that will be sold at right prices Ky11tthe rentest blood nnd liveri In COM of HheumatlsmHalt Rheum KIll fromlt under the pure food act of W lft3 and guaranteed by the manufacturer If Is taken According to direction i toflbehe or she Is not benefited by the use Itemedy We will refund your money do nothing more Finch package t Ieontalne 304 doscl with 11 registered guaran tee and mailing curd with full Insf1 actions l We send it to any address by mall on reo celpt of SI per package or six packages for I 15 Better order a box today If token In might save In big doctors bill LItemember If you take the Remedy nccord and are not uonelltrd tt you your dollar back You will not and the remedy In drug stores for sale It i r told only h our nutborlied agents I t HteVUKN WILLIA IH AgentV i IW aFURSHides Weol and l FethenTIlow6eawaxCfaeagGolden dealenjlcan or you fento or comnnaioa Bcrclunti Rcfeienoc 1ft sir Btntrin LnamBe Write for wally price I ill and iMppna Uei fr M Sabel do Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY ft Coa r Under aKers and Embalm Ierr Also Dealers in Fur r niture MattingsRugs They I will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give fiThem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t McClaryi I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery NSTANFORD KY Offies Phone 187 HoraePlione S3 j I I OFFICIALCALL I Ofliciateitll for democratic primary election for Lincoln county to nominate candidates for county offices Isti A primary election Is hereb called to be held in tho several yotin precincts of Lincoln county on Sat r day February 6th 1609 between 0 AI M and 4 PM for the purpose of non mating democratic candidates fortha offices of county judge county attorney county clerk sheriff jailer ret reaehtative aaaeaaor school superii tendent magistrates of the seven roaRistonal districts constables coroner and surveyor 2Qd All democrats who arc leg voters of Lincoln county or who will bo legal voters On the 2nd day of November 1900 are entitled to vote in their respective precincts and are requested to do so 3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots to be used in said primary election shaU on or before 12 oclock midnight of tho 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of the committee tho sum hereby fixed as tho entrance fee in the race for tho office for which he is a candidate said sum so realized to bused in defraying tho expenses of tho primary At the same time the candi date shall give written notice to tho chairman that he desires to be a candi date and name tho office ho seeks The entrance fee of candidates shal be as follows For sheriff flO for county judge 10 for county at torney 10 for county clerk 10 for jailer 15 for assessor 10 for rep resentative 10 for school superintendent 10 circuit clerk 10 4th The election shall be held in aU respects as required by statute relative to primary elections and a uniforn ballot shall bo used in all voting pro dicta Tho chairman of the commit tee is directed to cause to be printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballots and all supplies necessary to the legal conduc of the election 5th The democratic county commit tee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct who shall be selected from lists furnished by all candidates who desire to submit lists Th officers shall be as nearly divided as possible as to judges clerks and sher- Iffs among the various candidates Thi officers of the primary shall as soon as the polls are closed which shall be done at 4 PM proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each and every candi date for office and after counting same they will place all ballots voted In the ballot boxes furnished by the commit tee sealing up the boxes as required bylaw and within two days thereafter the sheriffs and judges of election wil deposit the boxes with the chairman of the county committee at the court house in Stanford The officers of tho election in each precinct will make am sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and every candidate for office in the precinct and place said statement in an envelop and deposit it in the ballot boxes 6th The returns are to be made tithe chairman of the county committee and should he be absent from the county then to the secretary of the com mittee at the court house within two Jays after the election On the next lay after the election the county committee shall meet and canvass the re urns of the election and make certificate thereof 7th The secretary of the committees directed to give noticeof this election as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn J B BAILEY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1908 crop J B Walker Richmond Ky W T Johnson bought the W B Smith farm of 217 acres in Scott county at 85 F M Horine sold to the Star Implement Co ut Nicholasville 1000 bushels of wheat at 107 FOR SALE Duros Jersey sow with seven pigs four months old J C Bailey Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE33 coming twoyearold mules Good ones J C Robinson lanvilte Ky Both phones 4t Mrs Emma L Eskrldge sold her- farm near Long Grove Uardin county b G H McAfee for 18000 The farm contains 260 acres Three fine jacks were sold by S C unnelley of Fayette to CD Thompson of Brinson Mo for 4500 Tho lampion jack General Woods brought 2500 and the other two 1000 A black boar with small spots of white weighing about 120 pounds came to my place about Dec 18 Owner can him by paying for this notice and his keep D I G Terry Hustonvllle R FS James B Haggin the millionaire owner of the great Elmendorf Stock Farm in Fayette county paid George II White of Emerson Iowa 5000 for the fine Shorthorn bull Cumberland Prince H P Dalton of Wlldie sold to L T Stewart a pair of young mules for Z20 William Owens the hustling Burr merchant bought and shipped during the year 1908 eggs amounting 165055Mt Vernon Signal r t 41 a einiwna J C Lynn bought of Hamilton Crow a lot of cattle at 4c Noah Marsee bought the T I Her ring farm In Garrard at 86 J K Baughman sold 31 mules ath to Southern parties also a Shetland pony at 60 Ed Corrigan the turfman sold his 503i aero farm in Fayolto county to Garrett D Watts at 135 Jake and 1 F Robinson of Garrar put in seven acres of tobacco last year and sold their crop for 2440 Monto Fox the wellknown mule dealer was in Somerset Monday and purchased several head at an avcrat of 200Somerset Journal The racetrack tight will be continue in Now Orleans this week a test case being made of the recently enacted anti racetrack ganblingiaw Wheat sold for 113 a bushel on the floor of the Chamber of Commerce in Chicago which is the highest price paid for this cereal in the last threo year LANCASTER COURT There were several hundred cattle on the rri rketycs terday and sales of butcher stuff at 2c to 3c were made A bunch of good yearling cattle sold at 4Jc There was a demand for mules and a number changed hands at 140 to 180 The horse market was dull A good crow attended court Alex Gibbs sold 20 export cattle weighing 1300 pounds to Simon Well at Lexington at 5ic WB Burto shipped a car load of mules and horse to Wilson Live Stock Co Wilson N C The car was composed of 20 mule which cost him 3600 and five horses costing him 500 He also bought of J B Ruble Buena Vista a nice team of mare mules for 400 and of JDuckworl and Benton Nicholasville five mule at 165Lancaster Record- A good crowd was in town Monday though January court is generally dull business was rather better than usual A great deal of stock was on the market but prices were high J B Chambers reports the following sales Twen ty 4yearold mules at from 150 to 180 a pair of threeyearold mules nt 325 five fiveyearold mules atl150 milch cows from 35 to 60 12 lonj yearling cattle at 1920 each 65 stocl ewes at tJessamlne Journal- A large crowd attended county court here Monday but few stock were on the mrket Mules seemed to be In greater demand than any other steel and sold for good prices Wise 8 Morgan sold one pair of coming 3 yoar old for 350 and bought from different parItie- s one pair of coming 5 year olds am one pair of aged mules for 005 W D Mountjoy sold one pair mules for 315 Mr E B Cartinhour report three mules sold from his stable at 145 each one aged mule 165 Mr J W Major sold a sorrel gelding atx200An derson News President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have beet helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Homo at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Live and Kidnoy troubles Wo it as ono of tho best family medicines 01 earth tI It invigorates tho vital organs purifies the blood aids diges ilon creates appetite To strengthen sad build up thin pale weak children ar rundown people it has no equal 3est for female complaints Only SOc it Pennys Drugstore The cleverest imitationrealCoffee evet yet made is Dr Shoops Health ogee It is tine in flavor and is lade In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store W L MCARTY II a candidate for HlierlfT of Lincoln county subject to tho nctlon ot the democratic arty M S BAUGHMAN II n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county object to tho action of the democratic purtIJOHN J MOSER CI a candldato for Jnllor of Lincoln county abject to the action of the ixmiocnitlo Arty JAMES C HAYS I a cundiduto for Jnller of Lincoln county abject to the action of tbe Democratic arty DINK FARMER in candidate fdr the Democratic notulnn tlon for jailer of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the democratic ponr W A CARSON II n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county object to the of tbe Democratic arty D C ALLEN 11 a candidate for Attesot of Lincoln conn JY subject to tho action of the J niocrutlo party j W FOLEY II n candidate for Assosiorof Lincoln coun jr ubest to the action of tbqdcpiocratla arty T ADUDDERAR 15 a candidate for a so sor of Lincoln County subject to the uction of jOie democratic arty MC BAUFLEY II n candidate for circuit Judge of this tbo- Ilith Judicial illatrtct subject to tbe action of the Democratic party A R WALLACE If candidate for Coroner of Lincoln cou tyiabject to tbe action of Democrat primary lob e la is- IZORA p SMITH Ii a candidate In tbelluitoi yule dlitrlct subject to the action of tbo Democratic party W M DUDDERARII Ii a candidate lor magistrate of the Hu I tonvlllaUlttrlot subject to the action of n- Democratic pany J K HELM SR Ii n candidate for magistrate In the Itn tonvllle district subject to the nctlou of tbo lJoluocratic 1mI y JAMES McKECHNIB s Ua candidate for llnglitrnte In Htnnfo DUtrlct subject to the action ofthe Dem cratlo l art- yMEAL EXCHANGE Inm nt nil times prupnrtnl to oxclmiiR meal for corn My mill run every Nat unlay Dick linker Sillier J n UlfBFitRON Ural Orchard Ky B D CARTER NowLlvOfVDepot Stroot Phono 90 STANFORDaKENTUCKY Itching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any fore f Itching Skin or Scalp disease AU Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALT I The form of Ileac of gOOd lue ttrni laud lying ono mile North JIcKlnneyo the Htnuiunl pike Improrumeiila and fencing Kootl of water fruit Also 1J ere of tlmlwred land one 111110 Knit of McKlnneylialf under fence plent of water and good tolxicvn lend Hio grow nil crop J AOIVKNH Agent- MeKlnneyKy Stockof Mfrchandise for Sale I desire tosell privately my stockof Oro cerlesnnd Hardware Doing 1 bull nen Will Invoice About ftWX Hcunon 111 health GPO DIIOlPKH Stanford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation for external use Stops Itching and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema r iickly and ia permanently cured by this remarkable- medicine All Druggist Write for ample E W Rose MedCo SLLonlsMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothe nave your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Thru your clothes whrlh rn low price business suit or the finest evenln clothes will have that individuality and tit which plainly Indicate they were shade to your inraiurr I will also take your tunas ure for extra trousers fancy rests toI coats and overcoats Full anti Winter saw pies on hand ready for your Inspection 110 UUILKY The Tailor Htunford Ky Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future U a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It la conspicuous for economical manage mont llb slily of Its policy contracts tali dealing with Its momlera and large unto bolder The company Is just entering Ute SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of successful business carver with more policy holders lit Lincoln county than all other companies combine Write foi particulars stating ago and whether mar pled or single ton Sir LtND HpeclaiARt flyers House Flats James JWIilto Hollcltor for Hockcaitle C- oMa horsy Rank- inINSURANCE c Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Spe i cialty Right of the lending companies of the world represented Compute in rates with nil the companies of the world loss pay Ing record itniiirpaiMXlr Never had a law ult In the history of agency Ixisiri promptly paid and without discount No railing lit days for your money Jlcforo In urlngcnllonWAHONY 8 RANKINI The insurance lien of Stanford Cough Caution Never pceUlvelyneverpoIacnTourlimjs II yon ougb flven from a ilmple you should 111111 J heal soothe and rase the Irritated bros lilal tuUw Dont blindly suppress It with II tupofytoa poison Its strange how emthtngs Inally some abut For twenty years Ur Shoo- pu constantly warned peJ not to take cough mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium rhloroform or slmlUrpoisons And nowa 11U- 1eatetbouahonrre urs PoUt on the label Sf polOn lire la our both Wlxture Good Vert good Illfereaflertorth1 rJreaaonmothe and othehould Inilit on haying Dr Phoops OushjCura No poison marks on Dr absls and none In the medicine else It mushy law be on the label And its not only safe but Ii- said to be by those that know it beat a tiuJt1narkable couzh remedy Takano chance then mrtlcularly with your children Iiulit on having Jr8hoopsCough Cure Compare carefully ho- Dr8hoop package with others end note the tHftreuco Nc pOison marks therel You can jwayi bo on the safe by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STOREI r 1 ni FtalWuse bkiikdLl Clearance Sale All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost I CRAVENETtES SISjCoatnow 811 48 815 t now 0 48 812 CO Coat now S 48 810 Coat now 0 08 S20 Suit nw sir 48 817 CO Suit now 12 48 815 Suit now 0 08 812 50 Suits now 8 08 810 Suit now 0 48 Si CO Suit now 4 08 85 Suit now J 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATS sir Coat now 89 t81812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Cold now 6 98 87 60 Coat now 4 08I S 5 Gout now 3 48 Item Hats from 81 50 to 83 GO 1 li Stetson Hats 83 50 to 85 00 Fancy lInt Bands 25c to COc The nicest lint of neck wear now and neat 25o to C0o Collars nCc 2 for 25o Mens and Boys AllWool Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice Our high Top Shoes consist of many differ ent styles and prices ranging from 350 to 400 350 Shoe now 298 400 Shoe now 348 We honestly believe that when it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of durability we have the best that a manufac turer can turn out of a leather hide Mens Felt Boots Hens and Womens Rubbers- All Reduced Accordingly Mens and Womens Sanitary Heavy Fleeced Lined Under wear Best Quality TnIRT NINE CENTS ++ ++ ++tt+t+4 +++tt 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 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County Naional Bank f BjuYthe OLIVER PLOW I ODQDonoa W H HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyF fl t 8rar t- I f