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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 26, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909012601_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 26, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. f OL. XXXVI. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1009. MO. 93. John A Ilev. Joseph Severance, chaplain of the State penitentiary, tells tho follow C. Pepples For Assessor OF LINCOLN COUNTY. . .1- - . V In assessing your property EVERY PROPERTY HOLDER will receive a SQUARE DEAL at my hands. If nominated in the PRIMARY SATURDAY, FEB. 6, 1909, I will be grateful to the Democracy of Lincoln County, which I have served all of my life. When elected I will select a competent corbs of deputies, well fitted and capable to attend to the duties of the office, to frhich the people have elected me. YOUR SUPPORT WILL. BE CORDIALLY APPRECIATED. -- I 'l Here and There. NEWS HOTES. "In company with Dr. A. C. Cook, of Georgetown, I was auiomoDiimg mru Nicholas nnd Mason counties and in tho neighborhood of Uluo Licks wo encoun-tere- d a native driving a sorrel horao nnd a mulo that wero hitched to a jolt wagon, on tho seat 6f which sat tho native, his wlfo and baby. It was n very warm Augujt afternoon and we had just pumped up ono of tho tires that had been punctured. I was very freely and had my hat off fanning and trying to bo tool and comfortable. As wo came near, tho sorrel horse began to show evidences of fright, but thn driver managed ho team so well that wo wero encouraged to go on. On wo came, tho horso doing his beat to wreck tho wagon, tho driver seem-ingl- y tho roost unconcerned of either Mn.ircr nnd nearer wo drow to the frightened team. Finally, when nearly opposite tho wagon, my hat still off and my shining crown "giving back 1 to tho sun his samo look of red fire," yelled to tho driver. "My friend, do ne you think he will go by all ngni 7 replied: "Hell yes, ho ain't afcared of tho machine. Put on your hat and he'll go by all right." Frankfort Journal. per-eplri- Inf nn MnuMf ; .iri. J Hogs. Intelligently cared for hogs aro profitable. Under wiso management, oven tho "razor back" or "rail splitter." can bo mdo fairly remmer--li'Tk.r. I m nvir prowinir do-- 1 mind for hogs and hog products and there is particularly nn increasing inquiry for homo cured bacon. With good paiture, clear water and proper feeding, any of Iho improved varieties of hogs will weigh 150 pounds nnd over at six months old, nnd .that is tho ago nt which they should bo sold. Determine what variety of hog you will want, got that variety and keep it, a3 hogs should bo kept, for It is dollnrs in your pocket. Hut for hoaven's sake don't buy a fow hogs and turn them loose to depredate, upon your neighbors, or to hustle for their own living, and expect them to bring vou anything but trouble If you do not know how to raiso hogs writo to me. William M. Hnmbcrge, Agricultural Superintendent, Queen & Crescent Iloute, Lexington, Ky. v. ( Brave Flro Laddies Often rceulvo severo burns, putting oul llres, then useMlucklcn's Arnica Salvo and forget them. It soon drives out pain. For Hums, Scalds, Wounds, Cuts and Hrulsos Its earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures Skin Kruptlotm, Old Soros. Holls, Uleora, Folon;best I'lle euro made. Kollef Is Instant, ilo ut Penny's Drug Store. Charles Mock, of Fairfield, Neb., killed her throe children by glv-In- g them wood alcohol, nd then committed sulcldo by drinking a quantity of tho samo liquid. Tho four bodies were found by tho husband nnd father on his return to tho family homo. Mrs. Mock had been mentally unbalanced for eomo time as thu rcsult-o- f Illness, but it had not been suposed her ailment would take a suicidal form. Mrs. m When Mont Holli?, of Paducah, The proposition that newspaper ad- ped his foot through tho wheel of a survertising is indispensable in the conduct rey In attempt to steal a ride, his left of business enterprises is not often dis leg was completely torn off und dropputed, but it is interesting to note that ped into tho street, and his body was in ono case where it has been question wedged so tightly between tho wheel ed, a United States Circuit Court of and tho bed of tho surrey that it was Appeals has upheld tho general opinion, necessary to tako the wheel off to hiin. Thero is little hopo for his The propriety of tho action of tho re Thomas E. Cartwright, farmer Sheriff ceivers of a railroad company in mak recovery. of Davidson county. Tenn., was ar- ing rontracta for advertising tho road If you will tako Foley's Orluo Laxarested nt Nashville on a warrant sworn was attacked. Tho court held that tho out by Attorney .General McCarn, in advertising was essential to tho oper tive until thu bowols become regular ation of tho railroad; that tho outlay you will not have to take purgatives which it is charged that Mr. qualifying for publicity was therefore legitimate, constantly, as Foloy's Orlno Laxa-tlv- o sworo falsely while positively cures chronic constipatrial. and that it should bo allowed. It would as a juror in tho Cooper-Sharp- e mm ii bo as easy to generate steam without tion und sluggish liver. Pleasant to Thero Is no ease on record of u fuel ns to keep tho wheels of industry take. Now Stunford Drug Co. m -. cough, cold or la grlppo developing turning without the uso of printer's Chicago packers, fearing a call from pooumonla after Foley's Honey ink. Into the Federal grand jury at Chicago for .... . and Tar has boon taken, as It cures thu ii m certain papers, are said to have burned inoit obstinate deep soatcd coughs and Don't Get A Divorce. at the stockyard old books and docuo olds. Why tako anything olso, Now A western judge granted a divorce ments containing correspondence in ref Stanford Drug Co. und bud erence to railroad rebates. on account ot Tho American people have contribut- breath. Dr. Klug's New Life Fills Preventlcs -- thoo Candy Cold Cure ed through tho Red Cross a total of would hare prevented It, They cure safely and quickly check to tho fund for the relief of Constipation, causing bad breath aud Tablets-w- ill $898,990 dlspet oall colds and tho Grip, Try them In Italy. Dur- Liver Trouble, the the earthquake sufferers conquer ouco aud see 4825c. Sold by Penuy s ing the put week the fund was in- colds, banish bead-uchechills, 23o at Penny's Drug Store. Drug Store. by $126,000. creased Cart-wright i s, 1 Tho business portion of McCracken, A barn on tho I'oor farm in Lyon county burned and 7,000 pounds of to- Kas., was practically wiped out by fire. bacco were consumed. Joseph Letter, tho Chicago capital Mrs. Alice Lcnnon dropped dead of ist, underwent an operation for appen heart disease at the trial of her hus- dicitis. When Ernest Lloyd, a sticet car conband at El I'oso, Texas. At Muskogee, Okla., the Federal ductor awoke at Lexington, ho , found grand jury has begun nn Inquiry into Robert Clasby, his room mate, who had alleged cxtenslvo Indian land frauds. shared his bed during tho night, lying Four men were killed and many more dead by his side. had narrow escapes when, an avalanche Tho States of Vermont and New of snow slid down a mountain side nt York havo planned to celebrate tho Ouray, Col. 300th nnniversaty of tho discovery of Berlin police prevented tho Socialists Lake Champlain, by Samuel do Cham-plaito tako place tho first week in from forming a procession nnd making a demonstration before thu palace of July, 11KW. tho Emperor. The last remaining distillery in Bar Hon. Morton U. Howell,- - aged 75 ren county has closed down and its proyears, ono of the most prominent law- prietor, J. S. Iong, left for Indiana to yers of Tennessee, nnd at ono time mako his homo. Only a fow ye..rs ngo Glasgow was surrounded on every s:do Mnyor of Nashville, is dead. Gov. Dcneen, of Illinois, has com by distilleries. Ten white men nnd 150 natives were the' senmuted to life imprisonment tence of death upon Herman Ilillik, the drowned in tho Witwatcrsrand gold alleged slayer of Mary VrzaL mine, near Johannesburg, which beThe work of cleaning up tho ruins came Hooded by tho bursting of of Messina nnd feeding and housing the Knight's dam. Heavy rnins caused tho refugees is now thoroughly systema- dam to give way. tized and good progress is being made. That child labor is n menace, to the W. It. Manter, of Nashville, was ap- national health nnd the public welfare pointed receiver of the property of the and that America, taking tho lead Empire Coal Company by Judge Wal- among progressive Nations, should dister Evans in Federal Court at Louis- courage it, wero arguments made be ville. fore a session of thu National Child LaA motion by Representative Olcott, bor Conference m Chicago. Italy is confronted with a grave probof New York, to increase tho tension of Julia B. Coghlan, widow of Rear Ad lem in caring for tho 200,000 persons miral LoRlilan, U. 5. N., from IM n made homeless by the earthquake in month to $100 a month was lost by u Sicily and Calabria, and who have dispersed not only to the interior of their voto of 42 to 103. Chief of Police Charles C. Carroll nativo provinces, but havo gono in shot nnd killed Will Huron), colored, at great numbers to Naples and other Versailles, who was resisting arrest. large cities. Reach Hargis was on the warpath Carroll had gono to lluford's house to quell a disturbance, nnd tho Negro, it again in lircathitt county. Ho is reported to have visited the home of his is said, had cursed him. The lifeless body of Thurman Wnr-re- cousin, Harlan South, on Clear Fork nged 14 years, was found dangling nnd terrorized tho family. In addition from tho window by his mother, Mrs, to shooting up his cousin's home, ho is Jesso Warren, at their homo in Green said to havo been quite drunk. A warcounty. It is presumed that the lad nt rant was sworn out for his arrest. tempted to climb fromlhe window when it fell on hit neck, choking him to A Horriblo Hold-U- p. death. "About ten year ugo my brothor wa "held up" in his work, health and A Religious Author's State- happiness by what was bolloved to bo hopeless Consumption," writes V. II. ment. For several jears I was ucllltedwlth Lipscomb, of Washington, N. C "Ho kidney trouble and last Winter I was took all kinds of remedies und treatsuddenly stricken with n hovoro paiu ment from several doctors, but found In my kidneys and wa confined to bed no help till ho used Dr. King's New eight days unublu to get up without Discovery und was wholly cured by assistance. My urine contained a six bottles. Ho is a well man thick white bedlment and 1 passed It's quick to relieve und tho surest samu frequently day and night. 1 euro for weak or uoro lungs, Hemorcommenced taking Foley's Kidney rhages, Coughs and Colds, Hronchltls, Homed v. and tho naln cradunllv abat La Grippe, Asthma und all Hronchiul ed und finally ceased and my urine affections. SOo nnd ?1. TrluJ bottlo 1 cheerfully free. Guaranteed by Penny's" IJrug recombecumo normal mend Foley's Kidney Remedy. Now Store. Stunford Drug Co. slipn, n, ." IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. The wlfo of D. R. Mooro is dead in Uoylo, aged CI. Tho widow of Judge Weaver, of London, is dead at nn ndvnnced age. John R. Wilson was appointed at Spears, Jessamine county. Tom Jaggers whacked the life out of John Smith with a scantling at Middles-b- o post-mns.t- er OVERCOATS AND ro. The Coyle county grand jury return ed 33 indictments against blind tiger operators. J. T. Conn has sold his Tgroccry and meat store at Somerset to Love & Riffr, Wo hope ho will move back to Stanford. 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 husband,"nnd seven children. M. D. and E. M. Shearer, of Garrard, have sold their farm near Lancaster und will engage in the mercantile business at Monticello.says the Record. Postmaster William R. Thomas, of Pine Hill, who skipped with $217 of Uncle Sam's money, was arrested nt Coal .Creek, Tenn., and placed in jiil at London. Mrs. Mattic Shanks is dead at her home at Richmond, aged CO. She was tho mother of Milo Shanks, who for a number of years has been connected with the government printing office nt Washington. A telegram from Washington; states tho selection of the site for thergovern-mebuilding at Somerset on the Sears & Humble lot, at"(a price of $8,000. This lot is the old homestead of Judge T. Z. Morrow. Tho London Grocery &SHardwarc Co., capital $2G.O0O, is a newlbusincss concern at London. Sipple, Farris & Co., are a new wholesale and retail grain and feed firm in that hustling mountain city. 11. 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 amputated. Advocate. Miss Katherino Warren, who has been with the Democrat ninco early October, resigned her position last Sat urday and went to Haton, N. M.. I to a splendid position in ono of theKprlnting establishments of that city. The Dem ocrat is sorry that Miss Warren decid cd on this change, but tho new position is in the nature of an advancement, and she is to be congratulated on that. She is ono of tho most nccurato com positors that ever graced tho cases of thp Panhandle, and a young woman of great ability and resourcein all Ilines of work in a newspaper olllce, or in anv other lino of work. During her Btay in Hereford sho mndo many friends and she will be remembered by them as one of the most gracious and talented of all tho young people that have come to this city. Hereford, Texas, Democrat. nt Wier MHLs Ji AT COST. Cummins &!Weareii, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mf t-- $ ''i .. H ! THE LEXINGTON HERALD'S ! Bargain Offer Extended. Until February 1st, THE HERALD will accept Mtbscrip-tiou- s to ho Pent to Milwiribers by mail only for 85.00 n year, paid in advance This nito applies only to mail subscribers who have paid to January 1, 1U0D, and to new subscribers. Subscribers in arrears may pay to January 1st at tho rato of $0.00 a year and get tho paper during H)0fl for 8.1.00, if paid beforo February 1st. After this dnto thonito will positively bo 80.00 per year. , Tho HERALD U tho leadiug newspaper of tho Hlue Grass, with full Associated lres reports, a complete market page, all tho news of tho liluc Gru section, a Monday morning edition. devoted to tho farm and J tho biggest and best Sunday uewspa per printed in a city ot 00,000 population or less. T r r j f r " t x wrong. It Is the woak nerves that uro crying out for help. Vltallzo theso weak inside controlling nerves with Dr. Snoop's Restorative, ond see how quickly good health will eomo to you again. Test It and seo t Sold by Pen-ny- 's Drug Store. Dr. S. Rhea Preston, of Rrlstol, Tenn., has announced his acceptance of tho call to bo head of the John Calvin Memorial Hospital and School in Atlanta. He has been a prominent educator for years, haying founded Plummer Memorial School nt Wythevlllo, Va. A tickling or dry cough cau be quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. No oplum.no chloro- nntKlnif nnanfa or harh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store, Don't drug thoStomach, or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is The Lexington Herald Company, (INCORPORATED.) t . Lexington, Kentucky. ' t THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCETELEPHONE Fa RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MANMER ( . . fm EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOHPOntTIO -- tew. -- . : .lAi - , Wj ii nj, &&. -- fcl 4iJVi . iv. f,.,U i't tfc. Jb?la!t ti$t .....o.4MM&-iU- Wfijillljliiil.j) The Interior Journal. CC Let WALTON us again admonish tho candidates for county offices to do and say nothing that they will have to take back after tho primnry of Feb. C. Let each man make his raco on his own merits and not on the demerits of tlioso who oppose him. The ticket to be named soma 10 days hence will be voted for in November and he is a poor democrat indeed who docs not want to sec it win r- - f. 14 I'. . i I r j if H; fe f Merchandise. that the money which usuHupplles. Hliould I not hae In stock what you want I will take CHURCH MATTERS. pleasure In ordering It for you. My terms are Cntli. I kii'p no account goes to buy seed for Congressmen ally liooks. No matter how good ourcridlt may b)ourCah l nlwayi betEld. George Verco will preach at Go' ter. If you want a bargain, 0. K, Kery man has his price. to electioneer with will be used this Till)1. ('. HALL. Proprietor, time to buy automobiles for the presi- shen nextSunday at 11 A.M. Htanford. Lincoln Co., Ky, ill N. W. Cor. Depot Hirivt. Mr. J. C. McCIary will preach at dent. The republican presidents come I.NTKllIOIt JOtMI.VAL. HTKIM 1'llIMT. CofTey's;scbool house at 2:30 on the sechigh, but we have to have them, it ond Sunday in February. seems. There were 163 pupils at tho ChrisChristian county has the only fe- tian church Sunday morning tho larmale deputy sheriff in the State and gest number for a long time. she is a brave and satisfactory officer. The congregation of the Hillsboro i If Lincoln county's candidates would Baptist church 1n Scott county, has exJCy. of tike on a few lady deputies both of tended a unanimous call to Rev. II. S. them might win in the primary of Feb. Sommers, of Georgetown, to become Orgamztct, SS2. Capital Stock, S50.000. Sth. pastor of the church. a Surplus and lndividid SProitj. S9, OOO. Rev. J. T. Lapsley, D. D., who has K. W. Bond, a Bardon, Tenn.. fool, just attained the great age of 90 years, walked seven miles on his hands and and who has feeen (in the ministry 63 Jfas paid in "Dividends sinco Organization, $2f, 500. knees to pay a bet lost on the State go- years, preached in thelSecond PresbySnvito 7ouf jfecounts on Our 7forit prohibition. ing for State-wid- e It is a terian church at Danville Sunday, pity the little goose didn't have work Class No. 6, Moreland Union Sunday to do at home. school, will give a Iplay entitled "A DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. Larue county went dry by a majority Merry Christmas," from Charles Dick I Heid, J, II. Uaughman, I. S. Hocker, President:, 's of 1,085 Saturday, The vote was about ens' Christmas stories, at Miinn & M D. Elmore. J. M. Peltiu, Hall on Wednesday night, 27.li. S. T. Harris, fojr to one against the sale of whisky. K '"oamins, S, II. Haughraan, Admission 15 and!2olcents. John . McRoberts, Cashier, Stanford, Kentucky. S. T. Harris, no. C. Koblnson, ffX POLITICAL. II. C. Daughman, Asst. Cash'r T. P Hill, J. S. Hocker, MATRIMONIAL. C. E. Tate. W.W.Saunders.Boolilceepcr. Th.e Sims bill to establish prohibition Will Stone and Miss Lula Burgin in the District of Columbia was tabled were married at Liberty. in committee by a vote of 11 to 2. Ed Frank Smith, aged 21, and Miss The Tennesseo Legislators, having wiped liquors out of the State, aro pre- Maggie Southerland, 16, were married paring to prohibit the sale of Cocoa at Rev. T. W. Barker's by that gentleE fift' ffSCsP fap 8 ' ' J ' " 'if .1.1 fHCiflfjflflSjflMHsBSrSsiliHiMifMMSMBBftGH man Friday. Cola Kentucky. Ruth Bryan Lcavitt, daughter of The Arkansas Senate has adopted a joint resolution providing for the ini- William J. Bryan, filed suit for divorce tiative and'referendum as a part of the from William H. Leavitt, at Lincoln, x Neb. Tho petition was immediately constitution of that Stato. withdrawn. The President sent to the Senate the Jack Wells, a son of Sheriff Lincoln nomination of Rufus E. Foster to bo S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT United States District Judge for the Wells, of Casey, and Miss Bertha ElW. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER. daughter of liott, the Eastern district of Louisiana. J. B. PAXTON, J. 0. REID. AS8ISTANT CASHIER Grant Elliott, of that county, The Senatorial deadlock at SpringH. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER field, III., may be broken this week, but eloped to Tennessee and wero married. DIREOTOFtSl the conferences of the last few days Simple Remedy For La Grippe J. B. Owsley, Stanford"; S. l. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Curter, Stanford; have failed to indicate the outcome. Hacking la griupe coughs that may Dispatches say that Justice John M. " " u:r, omnium; u. ii. DJuuiics, Btaiilortl; T. U. Iluu- pneumonia into over km, Lancaster; J. U. Paxton, Stanford; W. IPTraylor, Harlan, of the United States Supreme develop night aro quickly cured by Foley's Gilberts Creek; II. h. Hubble, Lancaster; W. court, is soon to resign and that Gov. und 'fur. Tho sore and loII. Cummins, l'reachorsville; Lilburn Willson will be appointed to succeed Uonoy ll ainod lungs are healed und strengthGooch, Gilberts Creek. him. dangerous condition Is The lower house of the Indiana Leg- ened, und a New Stanford Drug islature will probably order an inves- quickly averted. w tigation this week preparatory to cut- Co. ting salaries and abolishing useless ofSam Davenport, a Negro, was lynch, ed at Lcighton, Ala., fur burning the fices. bill barn and 1C horses of A. J. Uilbreath, Tho Walker-Oti- s pissed tho California House by a vote a planter, who hud whipped him. The ot 21 to 10. A motion to reconsider Negro had given Mrs. Uilbreath some 9 2c. was made, which delays tho sending of impudence. the bill to the Senate. Two passengers on the White Star Right scored another run, when both liner Repulic wero killed when that lOc. In Tennessee houses of the Legislature ve3scl was rummed by the Florida off bill to prohibit the passed a Stato-wid- o the coast of Nantuckett, Mass., and 2c. sale of intoxicating liquors in that two others were injured. State. Lancaster Record. lO 12c. Charles Piatt, president of the In ELECTRIC KANGES Tho Kangejto buy; a full Kiver; u money maker; Lexington dispatches say that County Company of North America, tho l)wt baker. A largo lino of select from and we illapprcciate a call. Attorney George Hunt will bo a candi- surance date against Judge Watts Parker for and ono of the moat widely known fire men in the country, died at the democratic nomination for circuit insurance in Philadelphia. H. B. his home Ky. judge in the Fayette district. to Gettysburg. JOHN SAM OWSLEY. JR.. I will William Howard Taf t left Augusta, IIalna decided to lomi' Htanford, l.ognn lit my liumu on lsn cnmltilntr for circuit JiKlgPof thin, thr fell nt public Ga., for Charleston, S. C, from which UttMllstrli't, subject to I ho notion of tlio .itenuo cm miction place ho will sail for Panama. Thq iH'imxTiiiia imriy. KIUDAY.JAV. ,IIH, all my pxruonal property, conslatlnit of ono President-elec- t asked Senator Knox and CHARLES A.HARDIN, Kixxl milk cow, I covered spring wagon, nil my broom machinery, 1 Ixtl riHint suits, Frank II. Hitchcock to meet him at ot Mercer county. ! n cniullcliite for Mrlnn, innttrcMes, rocking and dlnlim Attorney of this, tlm 13th Ju chairs, Idpbodrdi.cnlfTotilcre, kitchen and Charleston, presumably for a confer the notion ot tho lining table, Morris ehnlr, I lino mcxiuclto illclnl illntrlct, "iibji-ettence concerning his Cabinet. democratic party. enrpet,! nll.wool drusitet, n ' ' runs, alcvl range, I wt II xiltnnen Uonfcdcrato Francis B. Loomis, Commissioner-generMilitary lilitnry. Hnltitm- Universal DicGEO- - B- - COOPER to the Japanese Exposition, tionary, volumes IVople Htnndnrd Hisn twt lit n t n fs n n nanillitaln fa tory of the (7. B., some otber books, I small said in anfintcrvicw that thcro was no for county court rdlAntlnn clerk of Lincoln county, and 1 large round lientlnr storo nnd many Halo doubt of the sincerity of Japan's subject to tho notion of the lH'iuocrutle other tilings too numerous to mention. m. . will begin promptly nt Hi o'clock a. If friendshipfor tho United States and I'm j weather Is cold good lira will Im kept to H. 1'. (111AV. warm the crowd. Marquis Katsura that the policy of JOHN C. PEPPLE8. Htnnlord, Ky. Beach Hargis ended his latest round- and Count;Romura was to prevent emfor Assessor up by shooting himself in the foot. Af- igration not only to America, but to Isncnmlldiito the nctlon of, of Lincoln conn-tsubject to tho itetnocrnllo ter subjugating several residences en all countries except Korea and certain party. Frozen Creek Friday, he proceeded to parts of Manchuria. W, W. WHITE Jackson, shooting at all animate objects By a good(majority vote the Tennes- lsn candidate for Aeorof Lincoln coun ty, subject to tho notion of tho Democratic on his way. He accidentally wounded see House of Representatives tabled himself. His wound was dressed at the fenatcjoint resolution calling for lKriy; Htnnlord, Ky.. Jan. n, lf, the Fiscal Court ' of Lincoln county. Kyi, Intlte sealed pro the home of a Negro and he was taken I an investigation of the alleged whisky JAMES P. BAILEY IHiinli for the erection nnd completion of n to his mother's house in Jackson, where lobby, and for tho second time during If n cnndldntn for Judge ot the Uncoln new county court house on the public county court, subject to the nctlon of the njunre In the city of Htnnlord ngrwnole to he is being attended by his brother-in-law- , plans and specifications prepared l Archi. tho session the Lower House put itself Democratic party. tects Frank 1' Mllburn A Co., Washington Dr. Hogg. Amputation may be on record as opposed to any kind of D.lM'lans will be on file with the Archinecessary. Isn't it about time Senator personal or private legislation of this Is n candidateW. H. SHANKS for Hepre-- I tects and with thoCouuty t'lfrk ntHlnufnrd. for Kneli Contractor will file with hi. bid n county, subject to tho rertllleil check, made ruiyatile to J. H. Ows-leBradley was coming out in another character. A similar joint resolution sentntlTK of Lincoln County Judge, for po.ui, as eldence of communication saying that Beach is asking for an 'investigation of charges nctlon of tho Democratic party. part, slid If his bid It acgood fnjth on GARLAND SINGLETON fellow in all the cepted, that tie will enter Into contract nt the most lamb-lik- e made by E. B. Chappcll and B. F. I In a candidate forHuperlntendcnt of Public once and glvenn ncceptnbleguarantee commountains ? He should do something Haynes, Methodist ministers, that cor- Bchools ot Lincoln county, subject to tho pany's bond, payable to the county, for M price for to divert the attention of the public rupt influences were being used on action 01 me ireuiocrauc pnriy. Jercent.of the contract contract. the con. Tho of the from the worthless murderer of his tractor will iHipnld Hi ht cent, ns the work JAMES F. HOLDAM membersfof the Legislature, was laid progresses, retaining SO per cent, until final father. circuit clerk of lsn candidate on the i tabic by practically a unanimous county, subjectfor the action of the Lincoln completion. lx Honied nnd filed with the Demoto All bids to cratic party. County Olerk on or lielore 10 A M. February AN effort is being made to secure a vote. luin, in v. State Superintendent of Schools J. G. The Kltcnl (Jourt reserves the right to re pardon for Henry E. Youtsey. As a J. D. SWOPE any matter of fact Youtsey deserves hang- Crabbc, republican, has issued a strong lsn candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln ject J. or all bids. J It., County Judge. H. OWHLKY. Demoing as much as Caleb Powers, Taylor statement in favor of calling an extra c.iunty, subject to tlienctlon of the (IKOIlflK II. UOOI'KIl, Clerk, cratic party. session of theJLegisIaturc for the sole or Howard, but as Gov. Willson seems bant on giving all of Gov. Goebel's as- purpose ofenacting a uniform county sassins their freedom, it it would not unit bill. He says tho people are for ba surprising to learn that he has par- it and will "knife" any man or party that opposes tho measure or puts obdoned Youtsey. structions in its way. He says the There are 29 Federal circuit judges State administration should redeem its and 84 district judges affected by the promises by passing the bill. He says change of compensation about to be au- he believes the countyjunit bill will win prohibition will thorized by Congress. The former, soon or State-wid- e who get $7,000 a year now will get come with a dull thud.BHe concludes and the latter, wtio receive $6,000, by saying'he has no political bee in his' HUSH HONEY. DONT CRY I ITS ALL OVER will get $8,000. Credit nnd high prices caused tills trouble, but T. C.ALL will settle It bonnet. (leiieml 1 1 al M y; even though fato and a majority of votes prevented his being on it. The republicans are watching every movement nnd aro jotting down in their note books the things tho democrats aro say ing about each other. Therefore bo careful what you say'or do or you will hear the echo along in tho Fall when the republicans try to wrench the county offices from tho democrats. Don't place yourself in a position to be com pelled to eat crow by saying things about the other fellow for he might beat you and if you aro tho man you ought to be you will help him defea the republican who daresjoppose.him. John B. Payne, who died at Lexlng-- 1 ton, was the first county judge of, Bell. Prcsiddit-elec- t sailed from Taft Charleston, S. C., for Panama and upon tho knowledge personally gained there" Is likely to depend the ultimato plan of tho Panama Canal construction. The Legislature of&California will attcnttonjthis week attract word-wid- e when it takes up the matter of legislation designed to check Japanese) Immigration to that State's share of tho Pacific coast. The Senate passed a bill making February 12 a special National holiday. Tho Senate also ndopted Senator Knox's resolution providing for n survey of "Tho Lincoln Way" from Washington hs Palm of women, head pains, or any If You Want To Crew Corn, it flutler. pain stopped In SO minutes sure, with Alfalfa, hog- - of nil rnttle como to Acid-ti- t, Improvctt fnmis. He ml for tttt See Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. J. K. WKBT, Augusta, Km. full formula on Sfc. Box. Sold by I Penny's Drug Store FOR m SALE battlo at leans, Young Corbctt knocked out Harry Fcarns. It Is said that over $12,000 changed hands on tho result. Kev. A. H. Burroughs, of Bristol. hotel Tenn., has erected a which is especially designed for tho reception of wedding couples. Mrs. W. K. Massie, ono of tho most prominent figures in tho socinl, club and church life of Lexington, died suddenly. lhere is a movement on foot among tho colored people of Louisville to start a name In a fast New Or- nml rnRlno nnd tnw mill tor tnlf. Will sell either or both. OltAS. Kiml.tx.OtU'nholm, Ky, power 1'ostottlco, WnyiH'slmrn, Ky. toller LU6KY FOR NEW ILACKSMITH AND PAIR SHOP. proix-rtj- r RE t linvo oieii(Ml n Wnoksmltli nnd Rencrnl rrpntr shop nt my home, tho old lollmitw on the Htnttfctnl pike, nenr llm- tunilllr, nml lisle n thnro of tho imtillc 1'AUIi JKHHK, HlKtoiiMllivKy. you. PUBLIC SALE ! We have about 50 MEN'S SUITS, only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE, rather than style, can not afford to miss. They are not damaged, not shelf worn; a few of them are a little soiled. Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than Notice to Contractors $10, Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. $5.00 and $7.50 A Suit. 111 We want them out of the way. We need the money and we have assorted them and made two prices " 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 J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. $9,-03- 0, 1 It is said wllliVasli on the counter and low prices In Tobacco, Clgara and Vlctyr, Columbia Disc and Cylinder (imphophonei, prrst Tfational Sftancj Stanford, New Ledgers, Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety Styles and Prices. Bj In Fact Very Complete Ftt Line of Stationery Generally. uoi-fey- PENNY'S DDIir. STODF t. Cbc Cittcoltt County national Bank Of Stanford, Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O.O0O.00 33.330.00 340,000.00 - Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens 9 to Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to Ducks 8 to 9c. 2c. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. Turkeys to Scrap Iron. Rubber. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. Geese 6 to 6 $r ' f I tew.ciK r. ej IsftEs B iv Money-Savin- UNTIL FEB'Y. 1ST Wo will oiler any Glonk or Fur in our Tiio lino embraces omo swell styles in MuHi nml Neck Pieces. Iioumj Back m PillowTopFor IIma HrC 3 B5S9 nt 'hV ONE-THIR- D on" the price. Ladies' Ciutor ConU, n hcaon Itain Coats, Von can afford to look ahead at these I'ricei. 1- lHI- LmWmr-S- MiVJf JjOvi?fBBwi' .. -- S AiHW Buy six skeins rtmkkk Cent of Children's Coats -2 and 1- -3 Off the Price. Richardson's Embroidery Silk. Sl our Art Department and get a 22x22 inch Bulgarian Cloth Pillow Top with Back for one cent. Pillow top is the new Bulgarian Cloth and is stamped and tinted in colorst Your choice of various designs SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanfoud, Ky Lap Kobcs and storm fronts discount. J. C. McClary. 6c SON. STANEORD KY. Embroidery and Lace Opening for Season of 1909. Tho opening of this fcaon means with in no change of methods, except iu the line of betterment; letter facilities means better service. For many years this store lias been notcil for its Laces and Embroideries. This sctfon will bo different only in tho extra cffiirt put forth to make it tho mot successful in our long career. Hamburg insertions nnd edges to match; nil new patterns per yard 10c nndatip to 50c. Corset cover embroidery, 18 incites wide, on Nainsook and SwUs, per ynrd 50o and up to 81. Baby set'', a large assortment of these popular edges nnd insertions, all beautiful patterns in match sets, per yard 10 to 20c. in Hwiss nnd Nainsook, every one new and hnndsomo in design, much in vogue this season, per yard fiOc to 83.00. To close we offer 50 patterns of cotton torsclion laces and insertions to match, 1 to 5 inches wide, 10 and 12c value, our price 5c. Call and see us. All-ove- - Jan. 20, 1005) Nf.W assortment of local view post cards at Penny's Drue Store. So MB very special bargains In Ilox Paper, but tho supply is limited, Ask to see them. Penny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. George I). Weaken is qulto Mns. sick again. Mns. L. II. Cook hss been Indisposed but is batter. Mns. John J. McIlonenTS has been ill for several days. Mns. Mattik Kiimy is confined to Mns. II. F. Waltek, of Lancaster, is visiting relatives here. Mil. Fiutz KnUEOEit and son, of Mt, Vernon, were hero Friday. A. M. Warren, of Iulsvlllc, spent Sunday with tho homefolks hero Mn. and Mrs. Hoiiert F. Scudder spent several days with Madison rcla her bed by severe illness. J V J. n. Mersiion has been quite Som sick this week with appendicitis. erset Times. Miss Maude Pkiirin, of Anderson, Ind., Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. and Mrs. P G. Warner. M back at his ost Marshall Stone In this oilice after a delightful visit to friends ut Anderson, Ind. Mr. Viimjii. It. Coleman, of Thurmond, W. Va., is hero with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. McD Royalty. Mlddlebitrg. Ky. Mn. Will Kiser. of Paris, is hero receiving hemp at the Wright &. Paxton Reduced Rates via Queen & CresGivens. Mus Sarah Juno Givens, warehouse on Danville street, aged 75, died at her homo near Mt. Sa- cent Route. To New Orleans and The Warren Grigby Chapter of the lem after a brief illness of pneumonia. Mobile. Tickets on salo February 17th We will nrfer to the highest bidder nt our ' U. I). C. will meet with Mrs. W. II. Tho burial took place in tho McKinney to 22nd inclusive. Return limit March stable on lK'Kt strttt, HATUllDAY, JAN. W, Vw, Higglns at 2 o'clock this afternoon. cemetery. Deceased was a daughter 1st with extension privilage March 13th, n lot of kooiI horse. IiurkH'. harness, surMn. G. T. Ashlock, tho clever pro- of tho late Benjamin Givens and was a 1909. For particulars ask Ticket Agents reys, drummers' wagons, double, hnrnest lUery or address II. C King, G. P. A., Lex- and eerj tiling to make a Mtkuh Hiioh., prietor of the McKinncy Hotel, is "table. most excellent lady. " from an Illness of a week. ington, Ky. Col. J. l'.tJunndler.Auct. Charles Major and Andrew Brough-toMr. II I.. Woods, of Paint Lick, IN attempting to save tho life of her charged with the murder of Mrs. The Joseph Pries Sanatorium, his I. J. sent to Orlando, Fla., spending the Annio Major during a family reunion little daughter, who was fatally burned whero he and his bride are North Lancaster Htrcet, at Biiena Vista, Garrard county, were last week, Mrs. Davo Kennedy, of the Winter. Stanford, Kontucky. Mrs. William Fields, of DoLand, hold without bond to circuit court. Tho Turncraville. section, sustained severe Fla., is viaiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bai- dead woman was tho wife of Major and burns on both hands. It has caused her great BUtTcring and that with the loss of Kor Treatment of Diseases of tho Kye, N ose, ley and Miss Ophelia Lackey at Crab tho sister of Broughton. Iteetnl Or- her child has almost wrecked her ner- Throat, Kar, rvsicm nnu surgery Ku us, ..ert tins Orchard. The Central Kentucky Medicnl As vous system OrMn. WILL A. Hrooks, of Crab sociation had on interesting meet at NICE HOME AT AUCTION ! chard, was here Friday returning from HlATT. Mrs. Betsy Hiatt, aged 85, Gilcher House, Danyille, Thursday. drumming tour of Tennesseo nnd tho , a After tho program had been completed died at tho home of her grand-sonI will at public, auction ut i o clock , Alabama. tho election of officers took placo and Walter Hiatt, Saturday and was laid to HATUItPAYAKTKKNOON.JAN-.SlTH- , Miss Ophelia Lackey and littlo resulted as follows: Dr. J. G. Carpen- rest in BulTalo Springs cemetery Sun- at tuy nome in t'rati Orchard. It Is a nephew, Master James llailey, of Crab r of . fle rooms with three, porchts; good Stanford, President; T. O. day. She was tho il on Imcli porch. Nice of Orchard, wero guests of Miss Pattie ter, of Meredith, Burgin, Vice President; J. Mrs. J. S. Campbell, of this place, and Iwu roomsou lot. All neces nrv outbuild- Alcorn yesterday. uiiis in Secretary wns tho surviving member of tho first One acrekooulotrepair. Abundance or fruit Tom Price, Harrodjburg, In and tiicrulsu splendid garLittle W. N. Craig, Jr., ia quito premUes. sick. We arc clad to state that the and Treasurer, and A. D. Price and J. of five generations of her family. De- den. Hale Mlloccuron MTKKNHKWIKN. J. I). ceased was a splendid woman and her troublo is nothing liko diphtheria, as C Bogle, Censors. Crab Ore haid.Ky, has been reported. death brought sadness to tho hearts of Messrs. T. W. Humble, of this many who knew and loved her. Mrs. P. IIenton and daughter. Miss Willie, spent two days this week with nlace. and William Martin, of Prince Dr. Uenton. who is taking treatment ton, Ind., havo bought a Moore. Mrs. David R. Moore died Notice It hereby elen that all Lincoln incounty bond of series "II." Issued March I, for rheumatism at Crab Orchard terest in tho dry goods store of Tribblo at her home in the Shelby City section i reuee.iiiuiue in ia years ttilupriMlegu ot -- Mt. Vernon Signal. Springs. Sho paliilii 111) ears from said date, will be & Hughci and an inventory of the slock nfter a protracted illness, aged paid on tao 1st day of March, Ut on presMr. W. T. Kichardson has been County .National transferred from Pnns to Junction City is now being taken, preparatory to is survived by her husband and six entation to tlio Lincolnon same will stop Oil Co., anil will have turning it over to the new owners. Mr. children and in their irreparable loss Hank unit that Interest by tho Standard alter suld dale. Total amount i3xki. company's business in W. A. charge of tho retires and Mr. Hughes much sympathy is felt for them. Mrs. Tills Jan. SI, ll v. Tribble Uoylo, Lincoln and Casey counties. M." James McKechnlc, II. h of his interest by Moore wns a splendid woman and for llurcb, Committee. (i, Cooiwr and V. Mrs. S. E. Hrooks nnd Miss Molllo disposes of many years had been a devout member Orchard, who were vis- the transaction. Messrs. Humblo & Brooks, of Crab iting Mrs. Miller at Kanch 101, Bliss, Mnrtln arc both progressive young bus- of the Christian church. The burial I Okla.. had their trunks destroyed when iness men nnd they and Mr. Hughes tsok place at McCormack's, nfter sertho Miller homo burned porno tlmo ago. should get n good share of tho parton-ag- vices by Eld. J. Q Montgomery. All ikt.oiu having claims against tho estate oi .Mark Hardin, deccnsid.ure. ra,ucst-e- d Hev. Will Hoitkr, who Is attending present them to uiiderslgued, or this section. The Lincoln county democratic com- - lledtoaccording to law.thoI'lulmaiits willperithe Presbyterian Uible uoUi'fJoinLouis reSS. ' member that If their claims are open acville, spent Sunday with his parents As usual a small crowd was present mitteo met hero Saturday and resolv- counts they must be proved by the oath of here. Ho preached at tho Presbyterian ing itself into a convention, nominated some other person in addition to tlio oath of church at Huitonviilo In tho morning. at Walton's Opera House Friday night who had no opposition claimant. All persons who nre Indebted to the estate Kennedy, representing and most of our people missed tho good those candidates Mn. J. II. Indebtedness to Monumental performance given by tho company for tho county officers: They aro Judge are requested to pay their avoid thu costs Kentucky thn Penlrnl thu undersigned, and thus Works, was hero from Richmond last playing "Was She to Blamo." It Is James P. Bailey for county judge; Geo. of asuit, liKHNlKM.IIAKIJlN. Kxccutrlx Mark llardln, DccM. week consulting thoso of our ncoplo exceedingly discouraging, not to say B. Cooper for county clerk; Garland who want tho last resting placo of their humiliating, to bring a good company Singleton for Bchool superintendent; dead relatives and friends marKeu. no I 11. Shanks for Representative, Jas. has sold a number of handsome monu- hero and havo its members play to emp- W. McKechnio for magistrate in tho Stanments in Lincoln county. ty scats. Our people want a play house On MONDAY, KKII. H. 1IW, at I o'clock e r. door, Htunford, Ky. they say, but they don't provo their ford district and John M. Camden for A m., at lilt) trustee of the estute of James I'ep. LOCALS. words by patronlring what fow shows magistrate In the Waynesburg district. pies. deceased, we will rent to tho highest I. M. Bruco wu3 nominateo for consta-bi- and best bidder for tho term of one jear, begtnulns with Clothes French cleaned. Cook & wo havo. Unless business gets better 1, mm, After this Mr. J. B. Paxton was March 1, lulu, the Marchknown usand ending farm management will bo compelled to the James tho Farmer. IVpples place, a called In to draw for positions for the couiulnlng ubout miles Knst of Htunford, OF lit) ucris, thu successful - close tho opera house becauso of a lack Rex coal, always tho same; never vacandidates on tho ballot and tho draw- bidder to execute n nolo for thu amount of of patronage. the rent, with upprotd security, beurlug o rles. Denham Broa. ing resulted as follows: For Bhcriir, per cent. Interest from Its dale. Tho eight High-ClasIn remitting for his I. J. from Bro- M. S. Baughman, W. L. McCarty; for to reject any nml all bids Is reserved. Rex coal Is guaranteed to please. KQU1TM1LK HANK A Tltl'HTCO., Arrow, Okla., Mr. GeorgoT. Wood county Attornoy, W. S. Burch, T. J. ken Try it. Denham Bros. Wiillon.Ky, Will be held at takes occasion to correct a report Hill, Jr., M. F. North; for Jailer, J. J. Two rooms over Tom Pence's storo which is being circulated by enemies of Moser, James C. Hays, Dink Farmer, Mr. M. S, Baughman, candidato for W. A. Carson; for assessor, W. W. for rent. W. A. Tribblo. tho nomination for iherilf. Ho says: White, J. W. Foley, I) O. Allen. John o,v Docs got Into E. T. Pence's sheep "I am In receipt of a letter from a Lin- C. Pcpples, S. M. Owens, J. A. and killed several Sunday night. stating that It Is being W. D. Wallen; for circuit clerk, coln county man Wo Plows, plow harness and harness of circulated that while Mr. Baughman J. D. Swope, J. F. Holdam, Loslio An- seeds ship twst inmllty Held and gurden direct to farmers at lowest wholesule all kinds, grass need, etc. E.T. Pence. was Bhcrllt he collected six per cent, derson; for coroner, W. T. Smith, Geo. prices. penalty and tho advertising fee on P. Bright, A. R. Wallace; for magis-trat- o W'O sell clovers, grasses, seed oals. sied Writo for Eutry Illauks. Cveiiyiiody Is for Mr. I. Mack Bruco property belonging to widows. I want to in the Hustonvillo district, W. M. corn, cane tied, millet, cow peus.soju beuns, iK'jimts. seed potatoes, cabluigu plants, pofor constable and the democrats are all state that this is as untrue as anything Dudderar, Zora V. Smith, J. K. Helm, tato and tomato slips, onion sets, gurden IwilllS. gurtleil beus. all kinds II.. glad he haa been nominated. can be. Mr. Baughman 'a Instruction Sr. ; for magistrate, Crab Orchard dis- and Mower seeds, land .plaster eiinlnn. and fertilisto me and hia other deputies was to trict, L. K. Wells and Ward Moore. ers. Write us for prices and samules. Htutu HUSTONVILLE, KY. Movino pictures, Walton'a Opera charge no penalty, whatever, to wid- The committee will meet again what you want, NAHIIVlLLKHKKDfJO., Wednesday, to appoint election House Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ow and the widows of Lincoln county XI 5 hk'cond Ave., North, Big Sale of Business Horses Will be (Held March o Ulcers. will bear me out in what I say." nigbti at 7 o'clock. Adnkon, 6c. Nashville, Teuu. ournal m tives. Mrs. We havo been enjoying Spring-lik- e weather for several days but the chances are that wo will pay for it with New lino of spectacles. Eyes tested ford. compound interest about tho tlmo when freoatthoNew Stanford Drug Co.'s wo should have warm weather. While coming to town yesterday Mr, storo. AN and Mrs. Iko Shelby 'j horso became moving picturo Rhow There were 22 passengers on Satur- frightened nnd run ofT, throwing tho will hold tho boards at Walton's Opera Jackday's Southbound passenger for occupants out and breaking the arm of House on Wednesday, Thursday, Frisonville, Fla. day and Saturday nights of this week. Mrs. Shelby in thrco places. ejMi The show will begin at 7 o'clock and Fon Sale on Rent. -- Tho Warner old, loft my A fox terrier, six months store-houson East Main Street. Ap- homo Jan. 11 Ho has black cars, the admission will bo only five cents. ply at onco to W. K. Warner. Bhert tall, black spot on rump extendLESLIE ANDERSON Is a candidate The Ladies' Aid Society of tho Chris- ing down on his tail. Reward for his count-- , subject for circuit clerk of Lincoln to the action uf tlio Demotian church will meet at 2 o'clock Fri- return. W. B, McKinney, Stanford. cratic imrty. day afternoon with Mrs. John J. Mc- Rev. P. C. Errite, former pastor of M. F. NORTH Roberts. the Highland church, was robbed of $12 In a candidate, for Comity Attorney! of county, sutjjecl to tho action, of ilie Mn. Candidate: Plcaso remember wnile asleep in his homo at Science Hill. Democratic party, wo are to have a democratic primary His friends hearing of his loss quickly T. J. HILL, JR., and that republicans should havo no made up tho money and gavo It to him. Is a for County Attorney part nor parcel in It. John S. Lee phoned us from Kings-vill- o coln candidate iubject to the. action of Lincounty, s of the to state thai the report that he !einocrntlc party. The Franklin county grand jury reM. turned an Indictment against the Frank- would be a deputy in tho event Mr. W. D. WALLIN lin fiscal court for failing to publish a S. Baughman is elected sheriff is a lio I a candidate for Aiwnor of Lincoln counout of whole cloth, started by an ty, subject to thu action of the democratic financial statement of tho condition of pmty. tho county. The fiscal court of Lincoln enemy of Mr. Baughman. will plcaso take notice. S. M.OWENS A riCTURE of Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Is n candidate for Assessor Along in the Fall, Mr. P. E. Shivell, this place, appeared In Sunday's Courier-J- ty, subject lo the action of.tueLincoln counjlVinocratlc along with tho special com- party. of Ilrodhcad, thinking to economize, mission appointed by Gov. Wlllson to stopped his I. J. Friday we received W. S.DURCH tho following letter from him: "En- arrange for the dedication of the Lin- la a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln Form In Larue county. coln county, subject to the action of the closed $1 for the cheapest and best ono Democratic party. year. Can't well get along without it." The homo of the late John F. Cash W. W, White, candidate for the on Danville Avenue is for salo private- 300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. democratic nomination for assessor, ly. The residenco is large, commodious toglo farm on Green Httcr.Uasey county, asks us to state that ho will make and in good repair. There aro 29 acres and adjacent l.lnnlu (food nelghlorliood In the lot. For further particulars call ami n.nr Keliool; IMncren enclosed, tillable, Wm. RlfTe, son, of Mr. Jesso Ride, of nne tobacco, corn and grass land, residue adopted to tho West End, his deputy in case ho is on II. C. Baughman at tho First Na- woodland; well of line waterstocn raising; minding stream runs turouKh th,. farm. DmcIIIiik. well and outbuildings. nominated and elected. Tho selection tional Bank, or James N. Cash, Trice, J. i:, KtHiLK. is a good one. o Lin-coi- n m m at a big For Rent, Two rooms over tho millinery storo of tho Misses 3traub. Apply at once to Mrs. Mary Straub, Stan- TRIBBLE & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Full Stock of Oliver Chilled NOTICE. PLOWS Mrit-cla- T or-dc- rs n, and Repairs. (i.nlto-1'rlliar.- W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Is- - grand-mothe- store-bulldln- t; Watch This Space Next sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods NOTICE! two-thir- d one-sixt- Executrix Notice o ... I. Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, KY. FARM FOR RENT court-hous- A BI& COMBINATION s SALE ! o. ' ' Stallions and lacks HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY, Dud-dera- r, February 10 and n, I909. Company, 24 and 25. PI ss. s 1. Hustonville Combination Sale w"4-j-JVU.JS,.--. HBJUsj.l j Vf :ar . j. p&.$az'&- - t I. I 9 V J.L.Beazley&Co., A. R. TALLACE J. C. Lynn bought of Hamilton A If it candidate for Coroner of Mneoln counCrow a lot of cattle at 41c ty, subject to the action ot the Democratic, Official call for democratic primary Noah Marsee bought the T. I. Her- primary Fob., l(M). election for Lincoln county, to noml-nat- o ring farm In Garrard at $86. 'ZORAP SMITH Stanford at MnOrrttnlht candidates for county ofllccs. J. K. Baughman sold 31 mules at $135 Is a candidate for magistrate In the Huston. uwnd-ela- tt matter. 1st. A primary election is hereby to Southern parties; also a Shetland Tlllo district, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. called to be held In tho several voting pony nt $60. W. M precincts of Lincoln county on SaturEd Corrigan, tho turfman, sold his Is a candidate tor DUDDERAR the litis- magistrate, of day, February, 6th, 1909, between 0 A. 5031 aero farm in Fayotto county to tonrllleillstrlct.subjcct to the action of tho No.jl.Houth.lliMr.M. emocratlo party. No, a, Houth, lltitl v. ft. M. and 4 r. M., for the purpose of nom- Garrett D. Watts nt $135. No.JI, North, 4:W a. m. inating democratic candidates for the No. li. North, ft:7 r. M. Jake and J. F. Robinson, of Garrard, K. HELM, SR., 17 A. . in No.r, 1:M M. offices of county judge, county attor- put in seven acres of tobacco lost year Is n I'. No. candidate for magistrate In the ney, county clerk, sheriff, jailer, rep- and sold their crop for $2,440. district, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. JOS. 8. RICE, resentative, assessor, school superinMonto Fox, tho mule JAMES McKECHNIB tendent, magistrates of the several dealer, was In Somorsot Monday and Magistrate The Truth magisterial districts, constables, coro- purchased several head at an avcrago tsacandldnle for the action ofIn Htanfonl District, subject to the DemoEvery person In thi city who is suf- ner and surveyor. cratic party. of $200. Somerset Journal. fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand2rjil. All democrats who nre legal The racetrack fight will be continued ruff or any form of skin or scalp dts voters of Lincoln county, or who will In New Orleans this week, a test case ease, can find relief and be permanent- bo legal voters on the 2nd day of No- being mad a of tho recently enacted I mil nt all tlnus prepared to exchange ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi vember, 1909, are entitled to voto in ga.nbling Inw. meal for corn. My mill will run every external use. All durggists tell ZEMC their respective precincts, and are re Dick Ilaker, Miller. Wheat sold for $1.13 n bushel on tho J.H.CllMUIIWO.V, quested to do so. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. floor of the Chamber of Commerce in Crab Orchard, Ky, 3rd. Every candidato who desires to Chicago, which is the highest prico paid have his name printed on tho ballots to for this cereal in tho last three years. bo used in said primary election shall Lancaster Court. There wero sevon or before 12 o'clock midnight of tho eral hundred cattle on tho market yesNeW'Liverv. Surgeon 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with terday and sales of butcher stuff at 2c Depot Strofat, sum to 3c wero made. A bunch of good KENTUCKY. the treasurer of the committeo tho STANFORD, 06, hereby fixed as tho entranco fee In the yearling cattlo sold at 4c. Thcro was Office over McRobcrta' Drug Store In race for the office for which he is a KENTUCKY. a demand for mules and a number STANFORD. candidate, said sum so realized to be chnnged hands at $140 to $180. The the Owsley Building. Itching Skin Diseases used in defraying tho expenses of the horse market was dull. A good crowd Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid primary. At the same time the candi- attended court. Insures Tobacco and Jobacco date shall give written notice to tho Alex Gibbs sold 20 export cattle, (or external use. Zcmo gives instant chairman that he desires to bo a candi- weighing 1,300 pounds, to Simon Wei', clicf and permanently cures any form )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All date, and name tho office he seeks. nt Lexington, at 51c W. B. Burton Nothing But The entrance fee of candidates shall shipped a car load of mules and 'horses Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, be as follows: For sheriff, $40; for to Wilson Livo Stock Co., Wilson, N. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. county judge, ?10; for county atC The car was composed of 20 mules G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for which cost him $3,G00 and five horses, Insurance Man. The ! jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for rep- costing him $S0O. He also bought of J. STANFORD, KY. m resentative, $10; for school superintend- B. Hublc, Bucna Vista, a nlco team of The farm ot tin acres, of Rood blue crass Residence I'tione 34; Offlco, 65. ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. mare mules for $400 and of ; Duckworth laud, I) Inn one mile North of McKinney .on pike. Insure with mo mul be fully 4th. The election shall be held in all and Benton, Nicholasvillc, five mules the rdaiiturd plenty Improvements and fencing good; of water and fruit. protected. respects as required by statute relativo at $105. Lancaster Ilccord. Also ISA acre, of tlm tiered land one mil" Knst of McKinney. half under fenre j plent) to primary elections, and a uniform tobucvo land. Hie A good crowd was in town Monday, of water mid good J.A.OIVKNH.Agent, ballot shall be used In all voting pre though January court is generally dull, McKinney, Ky. cincts. Tho chairman of the commit- business was rather better than usual. Ji n hand tome, large oung Jersey Bull, de- tee is directed to cause to be printed A great deal of stock was on tho marscended from n long and unbroken lluu ot and distributed to the several voting ket, but prices were high. J. B. Chamthe most noted bulls i.nd cows on the of Jersey Knuland and Amerlcn, Ills precincts the necessary ballots and all bers reports the following sales: Twensire Is one of the liest hulls ever Imported supplies necessary to the legal conduct mules at from $150 to ty nnd his dam Is u show cow that has given 08 I desire to sell prUntely my stoek'of (Iro- pounds of rich milk In one day. If you be- of the election. mules at cerieaanil namware. 1101111:11 gonu mm $180; a pair of lieve "Like begets I.Ike or the Likeness of ness. Will linolco about SV". llea.on 5th. The democratic county commit $325; five some Ancestor" and hae u strictly good mules atK$150; 111 health. cow, you should nuill ourself of his ser- tee shall appoint officers to hold the (JKO. I). IIOl'ITIt, Ntahford, Ky, milch cows from $35 to $G0; 12 long vice. He will Im allowed to serve n limited election in each precinct, who shall bo yearling cattlo at $19.20 each; 65 stock number of approved, registered cons ouron herd tills J ear, for n fee ot Eczema is Curable S3 elicit. Make engagement before sending selected from lists furnished by all can ewes at $4. Jessamine Journal. KKI1) AUTTKlt, cow to lie bred. who desire to submit lists. The ZEMO, a scientific preparation fo: A large crowd attended county court Telephone SO. Htanford, Ky. didates Stops Itching instantly Jf. 11. Wo hne to oiler time extra choice officers shall bo as nearly divided as here Monday, but few stock wero on external use. mnA j..i,ki the rrrmn that cause skin ball calves that will be sold nt right prices. possible a3 to judges, clerks and sher- the market. Mule3 seemed to bo in diseases. Eciema quickly yields and is iffs among tho various candidates. Tho greater demand than any other stock permanently cured toy tnis remaikaoic officers of the primary shall, as soon as and sold for good prices. Wise & Mor- medicine. All Druggists. Write (or sample. E. W.Rose Med. Co., Sk Louls.Mo. You can find our Htnndnrd Remedy, the the polls aro closed, which shall be done gan sold one pair of reatest blood and Il or medicine et known, at 4 r. M., proceed at once to count the Penny's Drug Stor f n case of Itheumatlsm, Halt ithetim. Kidfor $350 and bought from different parney Troulilu and nil deases arising from ballots cast for each and every candi s and ties ono pair of Impure blood It has no eual. It N under the pure food net of June an, date for office, and after counting same one pair of aged mules for $G05. W. UMi.and git iriuitteil by the manufacturer If theRemeily li tuken according to directions they will placo all ballots voted in the D. Mountjoy sold ono pair mules for by ex bv tailor nndlf Itemed)-wIIao wmr inea.ure heorshtnot benefited our the use ballot boxes furnished by the commit 3315; Mr. E. B. Cartinhour reports perience, llu 11) ourtaken lies, awhetherof low money. wtll refund of the a clot We can do nothing more. Knch pneknge tee, sealing up the boxes as required by three mules sold from his stablo at $1 15 price biislmss suit or the llnest evening clothes, will hae that Individuality and lit contains al does with n registered guarantee and mailing card with full Inst ""tictloiH. law, and, within two days thereafter, each, one aged mule $165. Mr. J. W. which plainly Indicate they were made to A e send your measto any address by mall on re- the sheriffs and judges of election will Major sold it ineaauri . a sorrel gelding at $200. An- jour for extra IwlllaUotake trousers, fancy e.ts, top ceipt of fl per package or six paikages for ure S3. Better order n 1T If taken In deposit the boxes with the chairman of derson News. contsano overcoats, ran aim inter samtlmejou might sae" big doctor's bill. the county committeo at tho court ples 011 hand read) for your l!ivtlon. Rememlier If jou take the Hemedy accordH.O. KUl'LKY.TheTiillor, ing to Instructions and are not ncueflted, house in Stanford. The officers of the Htnnford, Ky. President Helps Orphans. you get jour dollar back. You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It election in each precinct will make and Hundreds of orphans hate been ts sold only b our dill authorized ugeiits. sign a written statement showing tho helped by tho President of Tho IndusRfcUHKN VII.LIA.MH, Agent. ! number of votes cast for each and ev- trial and Orphan's Homo at Macon, ery candidate for office in the precinct, Ga , who writes: "Wo han used The safest, surest and most ndeciuate safe- We Buy and place said statement in an envelope Electric Hitters In this Institution for guard fur the future It n policy tu and deposit it In the ballot boxes. nine jears. It has proved n. mo.it ex Mutual Benefit Life Gth. The returns are to be made to cellent medicine for Stomach, Liter Hides and Insurance Co. county committee, and KIdnoy troubles. Wo regard It tho chairman of the Weol and should he be absent from the coun as ono of tho best family medicines on It Is conspicuous for iionomlcnl Feathers. Tallow, of ltaxillcy contralto, fair Golden SesL( YeDowRoot), May Apple, ty, then to the secretary of the com- earth." It Invigorates the vital or- dealing with Its members and large returns to policy holders, Wild Cutter, etc We sre dealers mittee, at the court house within two gans, purities the blood, aids digeslhe company Isjust entering the nuUihcJ ia 1856 "Orer half a century in days after the election. On tho next tion, creates appetite. To strengthen SIXTY FOURTH YEAR LocwuV and can do better for you tKan day after tho election the county com- and build up thin, pale, ueakchlldren of n nucctMftit limine, carter with more tents or canmitaan merchants. Reference, policy holders In Lincoln county than aar Bankia Louimlle. Writs for weekly mittee shall meet and canvass tho re- or run-dofor people It has no equal all other companlcit combined. Writemarprice tut and slipping tagi. particulars, atatlng ngennit whether turns of the election and make certifi Best for female complaints. Only 50o ried or single to M. Sabel Sons, It. M. Ki:WI. NI1 Nnectnl Act cate thereof. at Penny's Drug Store Myers House Klnls, Htiiulord 229 E. Market SI. LOUISVILLE. KY. 7th. The secretary of the committee James I, White, Hollcltor for Itockcastle Co. is directed to give noticeof this elecThocloveroit imitation of real Coffeo tion as is required by law. over jet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health G. L. Penny, Chm'n. Cotlee. It Is tine In llavor -- and U & J. B. Bailey, Sec'y. raado In just one minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. M.idu from FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. The Interior Journil. I'ott-Othu- OFFICIAL CALL. L. N.TI7TETHBLE t, Glearaoee Salel All I Agent. well-know- n the Winter Goods must be sold MEAL EXCHANGE. at cost. ALL-WOO- k CRAVENETTES. 818 Coat now 815 Coat now 812 50 Coat now 810 Coat now S20 Suit ntw 817 50 Suit now 815 Suit now 811 IS L OVERCOATS 8!) 18 18 A. S. PRICE, Dentist, a. O. CARTER, Phone , 815 Coat now 812 50 Coat now 8 18 810 Coat now fi 08 87 50 Coat now 5 Coat now 11 18 8 C 1 03 1)8 18 a 81 8.'1 larns. Insurance. 812 50 Suit now 810 Suit now 87 50 Suit now 85 Suit now 815 48 12 48 Green lints from 1) D8 J. It. StcUon Hats 8 1)8 Fancy lint Rands (1 1 l 50 to 8.1 50 50 to 85 00 25c to 50c .') 13 'Hie nice-e- line of neck08 wear, now nnd ncnt 25c to 50c 18 J Collars lCc. 2 for 25c Jesse D. Wearen, FARM FOR SALS Men s and Boys' Suits in Many Designs and Colors AU-Wo- ol grow-ngcro- Adorina's Fox Go At a Sacrifice, Our high Top Shoes consist of many differ ent styles and prices, ranging from $3.50 to $4.00. $3.50 Shoe now $2.98. $4.00 Shoe now $3.48. We honestly believe that when it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of durability, we have the best that a manufacturer can turn out of a leather hide. Stockof Merchandise for Sale. three-year-o- ld ld out-slde- 'At McKinney, Ky., comIng-3-yoar-ol- manu-facturt- d coming-5-yoar-old- When Ordering Clothes e Men's Felt Boots, Hen's and Women's Rubbers, All Reduced Accordingly. Safeguard the Future The FURS Kl Men's and Women's Sanitary, Heavy, Fleeced Lined Underwear, Best Quality THIRTY-NIN- E l) CENTS. t Mahony Rankin, Fon Sale. Cultivated hemp seed, Sample ftee. 1903 crop. J. B. Walker, Richmond, Store. -- Sold by Penny's Drug INSURANCE, 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. Ky. W. T. Johnson Smith farm ot 217 mbalnr Dmleitatcers and Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. er. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. ty, at JS5. F. M. Horine sold to the Star Implement Co., at Nicholasville, $1,000 bushels of wheat at $1.07. Fou Sale. Duroc Jersey sow with seven pigs four months old. J. C. Bailey, Crab Orchard, Ky. Fou Sale. 33 coming mules. Good ones. J. C. Robinson, Danville, Ky. Both phones. It. Mrs. Emma L. Eskridge sold her furm near Long Grove, Hardin county, t3 G. H. McAfee for ?18,000. Tho W.L.MCARTY bought tho W. B. Is n cnndlduto for Hherlft of Lincoln counacres in Scott coun- ty, subject to the uctlou ot the democratic party, M. S. BAUGHMAN Is a candidate for Hhcrlll of Lincoln county Fire, Accident subject to the action ot the democratic party. and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. Next Door to Lincoln County' Naional Bank. Klglit of the leading companies of the JOHN J. MOSER world represented, tlomjieteiii rates with (s a candidato for Jailer of Lincoln county, all the companies of the world. l.os.piiy-lo- g lubject to the uitlou of the Deinocratlo record iiiisurpnsaid. Never had a law jarty. suit In the history of this ugenc). promptly paid and without discount. No waiting ii)das forjour uionij. Jlifore In. JAMES C. HAYS surlug,callon .s a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, tabled to tbe uctlou of the Democratic-)arty. MAHONY & RANKIN, 1 he (nsuranco Men of Stanford. I Undertaker. Cmbalmer and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, Off es I'hone, 157. K J. C. McClary, tarm contains 260 acres. Three fine jacks were sold by S. C. Nunnolley, or Fayette, to C. D. Thompson, of Brinson, Mo., for $1,500. Tho champion jack, General Woods, brought $2,500 and the other two $1,000. 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. I. G. Terry, Hustonvllle, B. F. D. DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination lor Jailer of Lincoln count), subject to the action of the democratic party. Buy the I W. A. CARSON Isiicuiidldatu for Jailer of Lincoln county, uhjecl to the uctlon of the Democratic party. D. C. ALLEN Is a candldute for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the pvmocrutio party. KY. Ilome.flioneU, J James B. Haggin, the millionaire owner of tho great Elmendorf Stock Farm in Fayette county, paid Georgo II. White, of Emerson, Iowa, $5,000 for the fine Shorthorn bull, Cumberland Prince. II. V. Dalton, of Wtldie, sold to L. T. Stewart a pair of young mules for William Owens, tho hustling $220. Burr merchant, bought and shipped during the year 1908 eggs amounting to $050.55. Mt. Vernon Signal. J. W. FOLEY Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln to the action of the .democratic party. J. Is u A."DUODERAR candidate iorseior of Lincoln (Jaunty subject to ttie.uctluii ofjthe democratic imrty. M. C. 8AUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this, tbe Uth Judicial dl.lnct, subject lo the uctlou ot the DemoiruUo party. I OLIVER ' PLOW. I I I W. H. HIGC1NS, I Dr. Shoop's Stanford, Kentucky. I Cough Cure I Never, potltlrelrneTer poison your lunn. Hyoo oukIi wsen from a slmvle cold only lou should always heaL soothe, and rase the Irritated bron chial tubus. Don t blindly suppress It with a stupefying poison. It's strange how swne tbliin finally Some about. For twenty years Dr. fihoop has constantly warned people: not to taaecouga mixtures or proscriptions containing Opium, Chloroform, or similar poisons. And now a llttla late thoufh-Congr- ess wis "rut It on the libel. If poisons e In your Cough Mixture." Good I ry reatonmothers, Ver good II Hereafierfnrthls aud others, should Insist on fisting Dr. Fhoop's Couch Cure. Ko poison marks on Dr. feboon'i latwls aud none In the medicine, ells It must by law be on the label. And It's not only safe, but II Is said to be by those that know It best, a trulr remarkable cough Mmedy. Take.no chance then, turtlrularly with your chlldrtn. Dulil on having Iir. bhoop'i Cough Cure. Compare carefully tho Dr. iihoop package with others aud note tbe difference, he pulson marks there! You can always be on tbe safe side by dsuiaudlng Cough Caution ooaaaaaa PENNY'S DRUG STORE. J asMfcJst, imU inift Into,, 2 J .