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I 1 THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 29 1909 u MO j4 I V rm FOR I John 0 Pepples For Assessor V j OF LINCOLN COUNTY e myhandsracy of Lincoln County which I have served all of my life When elected I will select a competent corps of deputies well fitted and capable to attend to the duties of the office to which the people have elected me YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE CORDIALLY APPRECIATED His Conclusion When WIIHo was a boy ho used to wonder If ho would over be richbut of course ho was too young to know When ho grow older he argued with himself If smoking was really Injurious but ho never settled the question Later ho went Into society and dis covered that somo women aro pretty and that some bake good broad IIo often thought ho wbuld marryonly ho could never seem to decide which kind ho preferred lie grew mlghtly Interested In science nnd thought ho might wrlto a book nbout something of tllosortbut ho never did IIo joined five churches one at n tlmobut ho never felt qulto euro ho had hit tho right one Ho believed in single tax socialism and high tariffbut ho wasnt sure that things were not bettor as they wereIn tlmo ho grew gray and weak In tho knees One day he was taken very I Ill He called In A homeopath on olio path an osteopath and an herb doctor They nil prcscribedbut he couldnt decide which m was most likely to euro him So ho took them a1lIThen ho died And hia that It was tho best thing ho had overdone At tact ho had arrived at a con clusion KINGSVILLE J A Acton and family of Waynes burg visited his brother Dr Acton at this place Some scoundrel entered Mrs Clara Goochs meat house last Saturday night and carried oft a lot of meat Tho bloodhounds at Hustonville were sent for but no meat was found Miss Klfio Carey was married on tho J8th to Ira Cox They will spend the Winter In Georgia and Florida and return to Covlngton in the Spring where they will make future home Mrs Zorclda Engleman of Danville is visiting her son at this place Misses Ruth Etholcno and Xilla Singleton and Eva Gooch of Vaynesburg visited Misses Anna nnd Elolso Murphy here Eld J G Livingston filled his ap polntment here Sunday and Sunday night Ho preached a very able ser mon Sunday night to a largo audience Pleasant Point Baptist church IB with out a pastor Bravo Flro Laddies Often receive severe burns putting oul Urea then use Bucklens Arnica Solve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Hums Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises Its earths greatest healer Quickly euros Skin Eruptions Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Felons bust Illo euro made Holler Is Instant 25o at Pennys Drug Store While John C Young Jr was at I work on his farm in Nelson county ho heard a hissing sound in somo brush and on Investigation discovered a largo rattlesnake coiled up and ready to spring onjilm Young hastily seized a polo and killed tho reptile which meas ured three feet nine Inches Tong and had 14 rattles and two buttons I Thorn Is np caso on record of a cough cold or la grlppo developing t Into pneumonia after Foloys Honey and Tar has been taken as it cures the most obstinate deep coated coughs and colds Why taM anything else Now Stanford Drug Co Senate leaders have drafted n bill for tho settlement of tho Brownsville ques tion which meets with the approval of President Roosevelt and Senator Fora ker t A tickling or dry cough can JJQ 1 quickly loosened with Dr Shoops ICough Remedy No oplumno chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Penny Drug Store J 1 CHURCH MATTERS Pltt burg Pa Is to have a skyscraper church Eld J G Livingston will preachat Pine Grovo at 11 A M Sunday Kev Robert M Campbell of Dan ville will preach at tho Christian church at Hubblo at 11 A M Sunday Subject at tho Methodist church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Christian Citizenship or Who Should Gov eta Christian People or Saloon Hums Kpworth League service at 630 coo ducted by Thomas Coleman Preach Ing at 715 which will bo the 13th Of ble reading from tho Sermon on tho Mount All aro cordially invited Wo promise no public collection PASTOR Feb 7th is set apart as Field Day for the Antl Saloon League at Stan ford Ky tho Lincoln county commit tee having arranged to make It Coun Ispeakersthe churches will bo filled Sunday morn Irig Fob 7 by visiting pastors Addresses will bo mado at Crab Orchard Highland Huitonvillti and McKinney at 3 r M the same day There will be a grand rally Monday Feb 8 at 2 p M either in the court house or Wal tons Opera Houso Kcv J W West one of tho most clear headed reasoncrs on the platform today will address the people Other visiting preachers will bo present All are cordially invited to attend men women and children T W Darker chairman Garland Single ton secretary Lincoln County Anti Saloon League Revs D M Walker and Joseph Ballou will preach at Hub ble at 3 r M BRODHEAD Tho graded school at this place is meeting with some opposition howev er a yoto will be taken in the near fu turo and it is hoped wo will get the schoolThe Fifth Sunday meeting which will be held at Freedom church next Sunday promises to be very interesting A splendid program has been ar ranged Hymn Owens is again laid up Last Saturday while putting up wire about six miles South of here ho tell and bad ly broke his arm just above tho wrist Ho was brought homo and Drs Grave ly nnd Carter set the broken bones Born to tho wife of A T Proctor a boy Mrs B Cablo is very ill with pneumonia Dr E J Brown of Stan ford was a visitor hero this week Miss Llzzio Storms of Keavy Laurel count Is visiting friends nnd relatives hero Tho rural free delivery from this place to tho Glade neighborhood seems to bo a go and will bo put In operation soon Will somo one please tell us who in this mountainous country can be ben goWetimes u A Religious Authors Sato ment For several years I was acfllted with kidney trouble and last Winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain In my kidneys and wa confined tobed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urlno contained a thick white sediment and I passed sumo frequently day and night I commenced taking Foloys Kidney Remedy and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became normal I cheerfully recom mend Foloys Kidney Remedy Now Stanford DrugCo Doot Got A Divorce- A western judge granted a divorce on account of 111tempor and bad breath Dr Kings Now Life Pills would have prevented It Thoy euro Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble tho 111 temper dispel quorottllla5c i It NEWS NOTES I S Bassctt head of tho shoe firm o f S Bassott Sons Lexington is dead Rev Father J P Barry for21 years I rector of St Pauls Lexington died suddenlySenator Bradley and Nat C Cureton 6f Louisville have formed a law partnership In that city William F Woods a bank wrecker of San Antonio Texas wad given eight years in the Federal prison Tho local option bill passed the Idaho louse 44 to 0 It Is expected that the bill will pass tho Senate Near Covington II II McManama aged 76 and Mrs Kate Parsons 63 were made husband and wife Miss Bennio Talbot of Omaha Neb who formerly lived at Sturgis killed herself as a result of a misunderstand lag with her betrothed Mr and Mrs Henry James an aged couple who resided on a farm in East on Pa were found by neighbors mur dered in their barnyard The barn of Lonnie Flannery in Bath county burned and 15 big cattle 3000 bushels of corn several tons of hay and a lot of farming implements were consumedGen Hewitt scholar soldier and author Is dead at his homo at Frankfort 78 Ho was a gallant officer in the Confederate army and at onetime auditor of Kentucky Harrison Cox and family had a nar row escape from being cremated when their homo near Albany was destroyed by flro The house was falling when they were rescued by neighbors and halfsuffocated carried out to safety Local option elections were hold in four counties of Indiana all voting dry The counties are Hamilton Putnam Decatur and Tipton In each case the majority against the wet party was largo Within the next 10 days 10 more counties will hold elections Placid Frigcrio and R M Sheffield who were charged with operating a betting book at City Park track New Orleans several weeks ago were sen tenced to servo seven months In prison by Judge Chretien of the Criminal District court Each man also was fined 350 A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was holdup In his work health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Lipscomb of Washington N C Ho tookall kinds of remedies and treat ment from several doctors but found no help till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles lie is a well man today Its quick to relieve and tho surest euro for woak or sore lungs Hemor rhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial attention 60c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Goodbye exclaimed William H Fox at Newport to his invalid wife after pressing kiss to her lips Ho then secured a razor went Into a dark cellar and cut his throat nearly decap itating himself If you will take Foloys Orlno Laxa tive until tho bowels becomo regular you will not have to take purgatives constantly as Foleys Orino Laxu Live positively cures chronic constipa tion and sluggish UverV Pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Coy Frank P Glazier former State reasnrer of Michigan was found gull ty by a jury In the Circuit Court at Lansing of misappropriation of State fundsProvcntlcsthose Candy Cold Cure ablets wlllaafoly and quickly check oall colds and tho Grip Trythem once and sea 4825c Sold byPenny s Drug Store J t t- k M IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES i Henry Rice aged 18 accidentally shot himself while hnnting near Pint vi IIo and cannot recover James Harris was given 21 years by tho Bell circuit court for killing Robert Petterfeea on Christmas night The stock of goods of H II Hennin ger bankrupt at Monticello was bought by G W Shadoan of Frazier Wayne county for 17400 George Thurmond a barber was shot through the shoulder and his left ear shot off at Pineville The man charged with the shooting fled to the mountainsJ a Q C brakeman whose homo was at Oneida Tenn was ground to pieces by his train at June tion City He fell from tho top of a boxcar under tho wheels W P Glvens discovered a swarm of grasshoppers on his farm this week When hcamo to town ho told his friends of tho remarkable find but they hooted at him This morning he brought in a box full of live onesAdvocate Somerset suffered a big fire Wednes day morning W D Gover Cos department store burned entailing a loss of 20000 Denny Bros general merchants lost 5000 Waddle Par ker general merchants estimate their loss nt 15000 The Newtonian Hotel was badly damaged and other losses amount to 10000 or more William Phelps a mall carrier boo tween Somerset and Hail was shot by Constable John Kammerer and physi clans say he can not recover The shoot ing occurred at a baptising near Hail in the eastern part of Pulaski county The bullet entered Phelps abdomen Kdmmcrer it Is alleged was trying to arrest Phelps when tho shooting took placeFrank Legear and James Stewart Cumberland mountain highwaymen were captured in the mountains near Middlesboro after defying the authorities for a number of years Like rob bers of old these men mado their rendezvous in the mountain fastnesses and preyedon the strong but permitted de fenseless women and children to go un molested They will have to answer to a score or more charges of robbery malicious shooting etc- MORELAND Tho little town of Moreland received with deep regret the news of the death of Geo W Gooch at Asheville N C where ho had gone in search of health lie left Danville Jan 20 and only lived about three hours after reaching Ashe vlflo Isis remains were brought back to Moreland Saturday morning and laid to rest in tho Braxdalc family burying ground He had been employed for the last 15 years by tho Q C as a tele graph operator and was always men tioned as one of its best and moat re liable men lIe was 35 years old and leaves a wife and five small children besides h s mother and a host of friends to mourn his loss Tho Moreland office will never seem the same to me f since I can never meet my old friend again within its walls George came to me while I was at Wilmore 1C years ago and spentseveral months with me learning tho profession ho pursued until his death and slnco he went out on tho road wo have been thrown together a great deal Ho was working the first eighthour shift at Moreland until last October when ho was forced to layoff on account of his health Ho was a member of the Maccabees and Order cf Railway Telegraphers and there was present at his funeral 1G brother opera tors who brought beautiful floral de signs The Union church at this place was crowded with sorrowing friends and tho remarks of Rov Willis were very appropriate I was so very sorry I could not get in time for his fu neral being in Paducah when 1 receiv ed the telegram just twohours too late for me to catch tho train that would put me home Sunday noonH jft B P SHEWMAKER r OVER6OflT I 4f4hN5 iit interstitI- a COST 4 Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTRIC HANGES Tlio Rangejto buy n full saver n money maker s tho bet baker A large line of selectfromaudlwe will appreciate a call GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford1- y e 1 1 ft + 33sr+ a Arfc a A Y j y- tli iis h 4 I + cThe Interior Journal- S Eo C WALTON I 1HORSES in the United States number and were valued at 51 974052000 an average of 9564 per head on January 1 last according to a report issued by the Department of Agriculture The report shows a total value of 4525259000 or over 4 percent more than a year ago for a farm animals on farms and ranges i n the United States The horses Increa- ed 223 a head in value during 0 I year The number and value of animalsjfollow Mules 4053000 an 437082000 tows 21720000 and 863 751000 sheep 56084000 and 192632 000 swine 54147000 and 354790000 t Tim court of appeals has decided that farmers can still pool their crops but trusts and combines can not unite t- t Ienhance the price of any article above its real value It has also decided that the antitrust act of 1890 is not in conflict i with the act of 1906 which en pow 1Bredthe farmers to pool their crops to obtain better prices Judge ORcar de livered the opinion and Judges Barker t Lassing and Hobson dissented f NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPA- NiES fl are winning back sdme of the bus i 11 iness lost by the exposures of graft and recklessness of year before last Dur t ing 1907their business fell oil over one 1f hundred million dollars but 1908 shows a gain of 90000000 was made and I ItheState Superintendent of Insur- anceJsays the prospects are fair fur perma nent improvement elecJIPanama A bath tub weighing three tons was installed in the battleship e k- i North Carolina for his especial benefit 1 Your Uncle Sam doesnt care for ex penses when the people are putting up the dough AN Alabama man is said to have proposed r to 201 women before he could t find one to say yes The girl who i F agreed to wed him is only 17 years old and the silly little thing will no regret her action EDITOR CHARLES W METCALF of the Pineville Sun believes in the Roose velt theory A little daughter has just i arrived at his home making nine children eight of whom are girls TAFT ayshe will consider merit an- I fitnjas notpolitics in Federal appoint ment but its dollars to doughnuts tha the aforesaidlmeritsland fitness will be onlylt WILLIAM RANDOLPII HURST use i last year 90000000 tonsof paper at 1costof 3284500 for his numerous dai I r lies I POLITICAL President Roosevelt has given Sec retary Newberry a surprise by formulating a planner the reorganization o the navy handi t for Hot Springs to remain until the in 1 auguration 1t Gov Hughes has withdrawn the nomination of Frederick A Wallis as State Superintendent of Insurance fort New York jAbill to legalize Sunday baseball in t Indiana is likely to become a law but tho preachers and other good people are opposing it strongly Attorney General Breathitt gave an tiopinion that any corporation doing bus iness in Kentucky must pay taxes onI the full amount of its capitaLstock- The Kansas House and Senate in sep arate session voted for J L Bristow for Senator to succeed Chester I Long for the sixyear term beginning March v 4 next United States Senator Isaac Steph tensonfailed of reelection when the first joint ballot was taken Wednesday at Madison Wis He wau able to mus pterbut 65 votes lacking one of the nec essary majority to elect thef+ to the anti Japaneae bills now before that body He advises compliance with t the request of the Federal government that no action be taken on these ques ftt tions r Senator Samuel Sells of Washington county and Representative Walter White of Rhea county introduced in the Tennessee Senate and House com panion bills to prohibit the soliciting of orders for the purchase of alcoholic liquors whether the liquors be in this t or sompother State 1 4MATRIMONIAL +t Miss Daisy Holme was married to I Frances M Oliver in the room weroI 4s her dead mother lay at Mt Vernop NI V Madison Marshall of Louisville a widower of 42 and Mrs Lula Vaught a widow of the Milledgevillo section were married at the court house yes terday by Judge Owsley 1Judge E ll Johnson and Miss Mollie Riley popular London people were married this week Judge Johnson bought Dr MK Petmingtons fine I residence to take his bride to rJ i X r 1 w A A Harrodsbutg special says After being n groom only one day Thomas Gabhart a wellknown young man of the Cardwell neighborhood in this county has mysteriously disappeared from his home and all efforts to locate him lave thus far failed Gabhart was married on Sunday afternoon to DSis Miry Sims a pretty and popular young woman of the same locality HUSTONVILLE llCoulter McCormack shIpped Sat one car of butcher cattle hogs marketsprices injureda fence The wagon was heavily loaded with baled hay and overturned Tho Hustonville fair this year will but held the week following the Stan fair and the premium list will be the- o most attractive in the history of the association R H Givens who was operated o at New Orleans the second time for ap pendicitis is rapidly improving and will soon be able to assume his position at Biloxi Miss Mrs D R Moore who lived near I McCormacks church died Thursdav- and was buried Saturday at 10 A M The funeral service was conducted by Rev J Q Montgomery I Late reports from the condition of D II Skinner at Stonega Va are to the effect that he has a mild attack of i typhoid fever with his temperature very little above normal Marshal Lair and his bloodhounds were called to Somerset last week I where they took trail from the store that had been robbed and followed it ItonstI house Dalton was arrested and placed IIn jail A mad dog visited the home of Will Mose Tinsley biting hogs and dogs I right and left until he was killed lie bit three valuable bird dogs at a Tins lays that belonged to Lexington and Lancaster parties The dogs have been housed and the owners notified I The farmers here are taking advantage I of the Springlike weather and all worktFrom the amount of land already brok en it seems all are preparing to put out unusually large crops The tobacco growers are ready to sow their beds and barns are spins up Tepidly these fine days Miss Sarah Jane Givens a daughter ThursdayIapoplexy aged 72 She was buried otwas a sister of J P McKinney who died out West a few months ago and tulledherearrangements for building a Urge tobacco ware house here have been consummated and work will begin soon The firm will buy rehandle stem and prize all grades and be in the mar ket with orders to buy the crop They guarf They are in the business to stay and may manufacture later- J H Newell wife and little daugh ter of Casey county spent a few days with his son J J Newell The elder Newell celebrated his 53rd birthday on the 23rd lIe says experience teaches him that the hoodoo numbers 13 and 23 are winners when combined in ef fecting the same party as in his case being born on the 23rd and having 13 children This is convincing evidence that his theory is correct J K Jones a prosperous huckster of Casey was nearinghis home Thurstday night with a wagon load of try when he was ordered to halt SecI log a man on each side he flashed a lantern up and the light feUI on a face herecognized He then conj eluded they were after the 140 in his pocket and striking his horses they ran down the hill and up to a neighbors The night walkers did not follow him The case will go before the next Casey county grand juryJGeorge some years was an operator at Moreland but re signed on account of declining healthe died in the South where he had gone at the solicitation of friends a few hours after his arrival His funeral dRevnear that place The organization of Western Union operators contributedL a beautiful floral offering was a faithful employe and was well liked by his associates Simple Remedy For La Grippe u Racking la grippe coughs that may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and toe flamed lungs are healed and strengthened and a dangerous condition is quickly averted New Stanford Drug Co ape Hows collections at your church Brudder Shinn Well we aint nebber had to stop in de middle ob a collection to go an emp ty do box Dr L H Blanton of Danville wasr successfully operated on by Dr Hugh Young at Johns Hopkins Hospital Bal timore f Dont drug the Stomach or Btlrnu Into the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It is the weak nerves that a crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves Dr Snoop Restorative and see ho quickly scrod hbuIlhwiU come to your again Test ittaad see I Sold by Pen nys Drugstore I Four children were cremated an their parents seriously injured In a fire in Fitlsburg Pa IJHN C PEPPLE8 Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn ty 1 subject to the notion oC the democratic partyd W W WHITE IsncnhdldntaforAaeuoroIdncolnronuty putty BAILEYdn Lincoln county court subject to the action of the Democratic party I W H SHANKS tepront action ot the Democratic arty i GARLAND SINGLETON JancnndldatoforHupezlnteadonto1uhitHehoole action of the Democratic party TAMES F HOLDAM Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho Democratic pnrlyIIs a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party If You Want To Crow Corn- Alfalfa hogs and cattle come to liuller Bend for list of Improved faros Address J K WEST Augusta Kit NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP teneralIpntronllgll CONCRETING We are in position to do nil kinds of concreting sucas Work Pavements I and In tact vre can ilia any thing from n I house down to a feuco pest Wo can servo you promptly and guarantee lIutclalS prIcebefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE laving decided to save Htanford I will LoganAvenueFRIDAY JAN Y9loro- all my personal property consisting of one good milk cowl covered sing wagon nil arty broom mnchluery i room suits springs mattresses and dining cnalrs sideboards cllllToliler kitchen dining table 1 Morris chair 1 line moijuctto carpet 1all wool drugget a lot of rugs 1 steel range 1 set It volumes Confederate Military History 4 volumes Universal rice volumes Peoples Htandanl Ills 1 oftthe U H some other books 1 stimuli nndl large round heating stove and ninny I other things too numerous to mention Halo will begin promptly at 10 oclock A M If weather Is cold good fire will be kept to warm the crowd GRA- YHtanford4 Notice to Contractors Htnnford Ky Jan 0 1000 the Fiscal Court of Lincoln county Ky Invite sealed pro posals for the erection and completion of a new county court house all tile pUblic in the city of tltanford ugreemiblu topplans and specifications prepared by Archl tectsKrankP Mllburn 4 Co Washington U U Plans will be on the with the Arohl tact and with tbeCounty Cleric at stanford Each Contractor with his bid n certltled check made pnynblo to J H OWl leyCounty Judge or pOU in evidence of good faith on his and If his bid In ac cepted that he will enter Into contract at once olidll ve an acceptable guarantee cam Puny payable to the county for W per conn of the contract price for the faith ul performance of tile contract Tho con will lie paid W per cent an the work progresses retaining mil per cent until I1l1alI completion All bids to be sealed and tiled with the JcbruarylOtThe Fiscal Court reserves the right to ro Jectnny or ell bid J H OWHLKY JU County Judge GEORGE D COOPER Cle- rkCommissioners Sale I lloyle Circuit Court vsJuncelilllPursuant to a Judgment of sale herein ren 1oyloUlrcultwill on TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10 ll At or about tho hour of it oclock p M In front of till storehouse on the lands here inafter described In Prcachent county Kentucky loll to tile highest mud followllIgdelcribedThat certain tract of land situated In Lin coln county Htate of Kentucky on the wat era of IU or and In the village of IreochIon the turnpike road to Crab Orchard and consisting of a dwelling house a store house and about particularly turnpikethenceto u stake corner to JH Pettus thence with line of Pettus H h7y degrees K 888 poles to stoke In tho Nortn edge of the County road thence with the swell H H7 degrees HYywlutinwith lint of church Jot xnd Payne has do IlolstodegreeVofloudMHutchlns by deed of record in this Lin coln County Court Clerks olllce Raid real estate and Improvements will bo sold as a whole upon credit of six and 12 months equal payments for which bonds lonerbenrlngat the rate ofe per cent per annum with lpprllt1bythe force and erect of a Judgment and to- etain a lieu on said lend sold Tho amount to be raised by this sale IcsI of3uwMO Doyle Circuit Court o C BAUBY Attorney GEO B COOPE- RI n candidate for reelection nt n candidate for county court clerk of Lincoln county- subject to the action of the hJmocroUa- Imr y TICEIwI Notice Is hereby siren that all Lincoln I county bonds ot series H Issued March Pw redeemableInISyears with privilege 0 paying In 10 years from Mild datti will lie NntluuuldTatnlnntoumittl66NThis James McKecbnle G 11 Cooper and W H Hurcb Committee SheriffV Sale For T xes 1 MONDAY FEB 809 Being the lit day of the February term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hour of 9 oclock A Mand 4 oclock P M in front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky bide in or to much u will pay tues cost and penalty At rill at payments are made the names will diuppcsraThe amount set opposite each name includes 6 per cent penally andcoft of advertising T J HILL Sheriff STANFORDWHITE Barnett Mrs Elizabeth house and lot 3 IS Bright j W n r ISO acres 47 75 Collingi Mn Bettie 40 acres 160 Dawes C L 30 sues 3 15 Elliott Bill 25 acres 2 90 Green Thoraai For 1 10 acres 7 30 Leisure joe 14 sacs 4 50 Manuel Thomas 5 acres 9078 credit I80 balance 4 95 Mason MOo r 50 acres 2 60 Stephenson Dare 17 awes 9 90 Yeater Dan and John a r I acre 155 STANFORDCOLORED Anderson S D I acre 5 25 Bright Caleb land 3 65 Hocker AUa Iacre 6 25 Jackson J S land 3 65 Lollard Edward hrs lot 3 IS Pleaunti Jim Iore 4 20 Stewart hn land credit 125 balance 2 90 Thomas Francis 3 sacs 2 10 Wade Davidson n r I acre 155 Warren Lou lot 3 15 WAYNESBURGWHITE Austin Mn Sarah 75 acres 6 20 Biotin hrs L M 140 acres 2 50 Baugh Isaac 153 acres 7 05 Boone Nub 3 arcs 3 40 Buckley Will n r 127 acres 265 Delaney Phil Iacre 5 35 Davidson james60 acres 5 75 Floyd J n 39 acres 475 Gllam J Cor lot 1 55 Gooch Sam 10 acreaI 2 90 HsggardWG65acres 550 Heagley Geo A D r 166 sun 2 85 Heath Thomas n r 55 urn 3 90 Hilt B D 151 acres 10 95 Kenny Ju 8 acres 3 65 McDonald M C tin lot 3 15 McKenzie Mack n r lot 4115 Moore D M 20 acres 3 65 Oiborne James 100 acres 5 15 Pitman W R I 34 acres 4 75 Reynolds W P 33 acres 4 75I Riley Mrs Alta 109 acres 3 90 Rutherford John 80 acres 8 85 Singleton A K 172 acres 8 50I 35MumllUpthegrore hrs 75 aaes 2 60 Wilcher j B ISO acres 5 ISI Young Sallie 34 acres 19078 I Young W A I acre 2 90 HUSTONVILlE WHITE Austin Ed 5 acres 4 75I Battin Henry hrs 5 acres I Carson Joe 14 acres 4 90 Catiwell John n r 14 sacs 4 15 Davidson S N hn town lot 3 35 Dye James 9 acres credit 150 160 Elliott S G n t 28 acres l455 Elliott Lou n r 8 acts 2 60 Estei Eliza 4 acres 2 10 Ettes Betlie 19 acre 2 10 Evans Eliza n r 20 acres 3 60 Fletcher J F 12 acre 3 65 Napier J R hrs 83 acres 35 50 Spaw Ellen nil acre 155 Wright Susan R lot 3 60 Wright Ceo lot 3 IS- tocum A A and W C 60 acres 18 10 Yocum Amelia 10 urea 3 15 HUSTONVILLECOLOREDB- ailey Thomas 12 acre 3 65 Barfield Will 5 acres 4 75 rCompton Ed lot 315 Cooper Richard lott 3 65 Given Ellen 2 2 60 GoocJe Ed lot 36S- Hall Cal lot 2 60 Hocker Mack 14 acre 580 McCormack Geo Jr lot I 3 IS Meadoes Jake acres 4 75 Powell Will lot 6 85 Rots Henry n t 12acre 215 Singleton Henry lot 3 65 CRAB ORCHARDWHITE Bobbin F F 59 sacs 8 50 Farm Mrs Emma lot 415 Hutchison Jams n r 92 acres 1140 Reese Jennie 10 acres 210 Siler Elder 125 acre 885 Todd H 22 acres 5 20 CRAB ORCHARDCOLOREDB- utcher Silva 12acre I39 Butcher Mar lot I 55 Hayes Willard I acre 2 90 Humber Erne 12 aae 130 Pennington Geo 9 acres 365 Slaughter Mattie lot 130 T J HILL Sberif F e r f i ii ftRYout 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 not damaged not shelf worn a few of them are a little soiled Not a Suit in the lot WORTHLESS J than 10 Most of Them 15 Suits Some of Them 20 Suits- We want them out of the way We need the money and we have assorted them and made I twoprices J 500 and 750 A Suit a- r I Its most LIKE FINDING THEM 5 or 1 1 750 for a 15 or 20 Suit but remember these prices are FOR THE CASH Dont forget that I P H J McROBERTS f STANFORD KENTUCKY fj gtEecEf E E E8m m New Ledgers Journals And Cash BooksQa m m l lmionery t J Generally h mBoord ffl PENNYS DRUG Kentucky STORE m B1SB BBBBBB 3 BEBEri slat Rational tank I Stanford alfa Oryanuenf 3S2 Capital Stock J5OOOO Surplus and llntlfllt9r II S9OCJb Jas paid In 3ivitontls snot Organization 121 500 Snvita Wow Jfccoiints on Our ttforttt OFFICERS r S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr VVWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS a F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus II C Daughman J F Cummins S T Harris J no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate Highest Market Prices Paid For I Eggs Hides Furs Hens 9 to 912c- Roosters 4 to 412c- Chickens 9 to lOc Ducks 8 to 9c Geese 6 to 6 i2cTurkeys 10 to 12c Scrap Guineas 2 Per Dozen RubbertHaB NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky t- I r I IThe Interior Journal STANFORD KY JAN 20 1000 NEW assortment of local view post i cards at Pennys Drug Store I SOUR very special bargains In Dox Paper the euppl Is limited Ask to see them 4cnny B Drug Store PERSONALS Mn II S MARTIN of Brodhcad was hero yesterday WALTER W SAUNDERS Is threatened with pneumonia Miss MARY MCRODERTS was In Cin cinnntl yesterday Miss MINNIE WOODS is visiting rela tives at Barbourvllle MR JOUN Z STOONAMORRU very 111 I with Bright dlseaao N W FOWLS spent Sunday with E S Harlln at La Grange MR A G EASTLAND of Louisville 1Is hero working Insurance- i MRS J B PAXTON and little son vis fled her parents at Lancaster liON J N SAUNDERS was at Rich mond this week on legal business l Miss DoLUE McRongRTS visited friends in the Shelby City section liON P M MCRODERTS was at Rich mond practicing In the Federal court + + MRS REIIECCA OWENS of Raleigh N c was tho guest of Mrs L B CookDR II C NUNNELLEY and wife of Winchester were guests of her parents atMcKinneyMR PORTER JR of SL Louis arrived Wednesday to see his mother who Is quite sick THE little son of William Brent ot tho East End who has been ill lor- a long time continues very low Miss BESSIE FOWLB and little sister Alpha Fowlo are visiting tholr sister Mrs II S Hcndrcn at Kirksvillo GEO LCARPENTER of Hustonvllle who has been III for some time will leave next week for llcndersonvlllo N C MRS B CHANCELLOR and daughter Miss Anna Chancellor returned Tues t day from a visit to relatives at Nobles vlllo Ind- MRS E A BLAIN went to Lexing t1 ton Tuesday to bo at the bedside of her brother Richard Gentry who sulfcrcd A stroke of paralysis 1 V M RICE who sold his farm near Turn rnille has moved to his mothers farm In Boyle much to the regret ol many friends mado in Lincoln MRS ANNA D VANARSDALE return ed Tuesday night from a visit to Nash vlllo relatives Misses Lena rnd Pearl Hampton met her at Lebanon Junction REV JOE SEVERANCE of this city left yesterday for Bowling Green to act at Toastmaster al the Y M C A banquet given in that city last night Frankfort Journal- GEORCEOWENS proprietor of the ML Vernon Monumental Works was hero this week In tho Interest of his business Holwill return in a week or for his house10 on a soliciting tour MRS WiLUAM DUNAVENT and child ren of London ore visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J IX Bastln preparatory to moving to Oklahoma where Mr Dunavent has been for a few 1 weeks MRS JAMES I WHITE went to Mt Vernon Tuesday to visit relatives On tho train she found her brother Wm Baker of Missouri whom sho had not r seen for several years bound for tho same place Miss MARGUERITE CULTON of Crab Orchard is visiting Miss Ida Rlnehart Dr and Mrs Frank Jones of May wood after a visit to relatives here have returned home accompanied by her slater Miss Flora Porter London Sentinel C H MOSER who has been hero and at other stations near as telegraph op erator the past year loft Wednesday night for at Stanford where will spend tho remainder of tho Win ter B D Holtzclaw of Stanford the man was In town on business London DemocratLOCALS MOVING pictures tonight Admis sion 5e- CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer IRExcoal always the same never va i rice Denham Bros REX coatis guaranteed to please Try it Denbam Bros MOVING pictures at Waltons Opera House tonight Admission Gc NEW line of spectacles Eyes testo free at tho New Stanford Drug Cos storo 1 FOR all kinds of fresh meats phone 178 and have it sent to your house J L Mccks WANTED an experienced gardener Must como well recommended Phone 239 Danville Fon RErTho Warner storohouso on East Main Street Ap ply at onco to W K Warner ATTEND S P Grays sale beginning atlO oclock this morning See In an other column what he will dispose of THE Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet at 2 oclock Fri day afternoon with Mrs John J Mc Roberts FOR RENT Two rooms over tho mil linery storo of tho Misses Straub Apply at onco to Mrs Mary Straub Stan ford ATTEND saleof Myers Bros liv cry outfit beginning at 10 oclock to morrow Saturday Good lot of horses buggies etc to be disposed of CAPT WALTER V CARTER of Leb anon Junction camo up Wednesday and laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery hla little daughter Margaret Lucilo Carter who lived only a week AT a meeting of stockholders of tho Lincoln County Fair July 21 22 23 were the dates decided on Mr S T Harris was reelected president and James F Cummins secretary AFTER this month I will sell for ysh- only I will not credit any one I know that I can mako it pay you to trade with me and would bo glad to have you give mo a trial J M Phillips A FOX terrier six months oldIcft my homo Jan 11 Ho has black cars short tall fclack spot on rump extend- Ing down on his tall Reward for his return W B McKinney Stanford FOR SALE Lot of nice pure bred Plymouth Rock Buff Orpington Block Langshan and Silver Laced Wyond6tto cockerels Will have lot on street February county eourt day in Stanford and Lancaster Mrs W P White Stan ford R F D No4 3t FIRE AT LONDONFireat London yesterday morning destroyed tho Still well Hotel Judge William Lewis residence U A Scttlos hone J H Still wells office and tho Methodist church entailing a 20000 loss This is tho fourth big fire London has had recently I Tins office Is getting out tho ballots to be used in tho primary to bo held in this county tomorrow week Feb G Tho belief is general that considerably over 2000 votes will be cast and to make assurance doubly sure 3600 offi cial ballots will bo furnished Already tho candidates and their friends have disposed of 3000 or 4000 educational ballots ON tho first day of Circuit Court at 1 p M Fontnitfo Fox Bobbitt of Crab Orchard will speak fur 30 minutes to tho farmers of Laurel county on stock raising At night ho will lecture at tho court house on Law It Admission gentlemen 25 cents ladies and children free Mr Bobbitt Is noted for his originality of thought and speech London Democrat Hows Tills 7Mr E H Walker writes ua from Paint Lick that tho fox hound lost during the National Fox Hunt at Crab Orchard in November turned up safe and sound at tho home of his owner C Floyd Hull at Hot Springs Ark a few days ago Tho dog had to cross tho Mississippi river to get to his homo and it is supposed that the swam It It took considerable sense and courage to mako the trip but the dog seemed to havo both HURT David Holman the manly little sun of Mr and Mrs J F Hol man was badly hurt Sunday afternoon lIe wa j riding his pony when tho animal got scared and started to run Da vid was thrown from tho saddlo and one of his feet hanging in tho stirrup ho was dragged a considerable distnncp The ponys feet camo in contact with him a number of times and ho was ren dered unconscious for awhile Jhe lit tle fellow was doing as well as could be expected at last accounts I to UNTIL FEBY 1ST We will oflerany Cloak or Fur in our house at ONETHIRD off the price The lino embraces somoewcll styles inLAdiea Castor Coate Rain Coats Mufls and Neck Pieces You can atiordALlook n season ahead at these MoneySaving Pric- esChildrens Coats 12and 13 Off the Price SON KY W R DILLION JR has his saw mill on Cedar Creek nearly ready for opera tion INCUBATOR and three brooders for sale In good condition Mrs E P Woods Stanford 4t Tim oldest inhabitant docs not recall a more beautiful Winter day than Wed nesday Yesterday started out pretty but clouds began to form about 8 o clock and a few snow flakes wero seen before we went to press THERE entirelytoomuch shooting at night in Stanford for tho comfort and pleasure of tho good people Some Domoofgun seems especially fond of emptying his weapon on Lancaster Av clUe between 10 oclock and midnight Cant you put a stop to it Mr Carter 7 THE home of tho John F Cash on Danvillo Avenue Is for sale privately Tho residence is large commodious and In good repair There aro 29J acres In the lot For further particulars call on H C Baughman at tho First Na tional Bank or James N Cash Tur nersvillo 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 privilege March 13th 1909 For particulars ask Ticket Agents or address II C King G P A Lex- Ington Ky- OwiNG to n failure to make tho lights work as they should the picture show at the opera house Wednesday night was a failure Gas was ordered from Cincinnati and a dandy picture show can bo counted on for tonight Friday Tickets given back Wednesday night will be good tonight No effort was made to give a show last night Tile following appeared in tho ed- Itorial columns of Mondays Advocate and tho gentlemans friends in Lincoln are proud of the compliment paid him News comes from Lincoln county that our old friend Mr M Smith Baugh man will be nominated for sheriff at the primaryto be held by the Democrats Saturday week Feb 6 This is as it should be During the four years ho was sheriff of that good county he proved tho right man for tho place lie was ever watchful of the countys in terests and no paper was ever placed in his hands that ho did not servo promptly He is strictly a law and order man and a Democrat in all tho word means Seems to us ho Is tho strongest man tho Lincoln county Democracy could name and the facEthat the Republicans and evil doers do not want him to win shouldmake tho good people tho more desirous to nominate and elect him Mr Bauughman has many relatives anti friends in Danville and Boyle coun ty who are glad to know that his prospects for tho nomination for tho office of sheriff are so rosy esTHE county committee met here Wed uesday afternoon and named the fol lowing officers to serve at the primary to be held in this county tomorrow week Feb G Stanford No lW P Robinson judge It R Gentry judge Winfred Duncan sheriff L W Hughes clerk Stanford No 2J B Foster judge R Co Hocker judge W O Walker sheriff P L Beck clerk Stanford No 3E D Kennedy judge Wm Beck judge Wm Fields sheriff R M Newland clerk Stanford No4Ed Scott judge Leo Holtzclaw judge B W Gaines sheriff Embry Beazlcy clerk Crab Orchard No 1P E Parrish judge E L King judge Henry Wells sheriff Thomas Durham clerk Crab Orchard No2Charles Redd judge George D Boone judge W T Tucker sheriff Henry Newland clerk Hustonville No lW M Myars udge Emmett McCormack judge M FJ Herring sheriff John Sandldge clerk Hustonvillo No 2A M Fryet judge F N Sims judge McKee Riffe shier iff C W Adams clerk Hustonville No3Sam Vanhook judge W A Coffey judgelJ M Car ter Sr sheriff A L Carter clerk Waynesburg No lW F Camden sheriff Seymour McMullin judge Os car judge H Hays clerk yjudgeC Alford clerki Waynesburg No3John Hollas Johnll 1 LAP Robes and storm fronts at a big drscount J C Mpf1nr PLOWS plow harness and harness of all kinds grass seed etc ET Pence LINCOLN county will more than likely have a republicanmagistrate Squire J r Roberts of the East End fins re signed and Gov Willson will appoint his successor LESLIE ANDERSON lincmullilate fur circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action J1J the Demo crallo party M F NORTH Ii n candidate for County Attorney of Lln coin county subject to the actloniof the Democratic party T1 HILL JR IB n candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the action of the Democratic party W D WALLIN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party S M OWENS Ii a candidate for Assessor of Ltncolncoun ty subject to the action orthe Democratlc party W SBURCH Ii n candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii n candidate for circuit Judge of this the 13th dlitrlct subject to Jho action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Com monwealths Attorney of this the 13th Ju thedemocraticPARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cluim ud tmaUflct hi talz rrcthI 300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE i countyandI tumblelinerRlllngUnfRllng outbulldlngaIrlceJtlddleburg Ky NOTICE We will oiler to the blgbcst bidder ut our stable on Depot street- HATUItDAY i JAN lsINq n lot of good horses buggies harness sur reys drummers wagons double tinniest liverystableCol J 1 handler Auct h The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky NoseThrulitgausNervous system and surgery NICE HOME AT AUCTION I I will nt public auction at oclock HATUUHAYAKTKHNOONJANaQTH at my home In Crab Orchard It Is n cot toga ut live rooms with three porches good well on back porch Nice storebuilding of two rooms on lot All necetary outbuild fruitOne den Hale will occur on premises J D WTKKN1IKIU1KN Urub Orchard Ky FARM FOR RENT eOn MONDAY KK1I 8 1KW nt I oolock KyAspies deceased vro will rent to the highest and best bidder for the term of one year endingMarch successfulbidderthe rent with approved security bearing a rIghttoEQUITABLE DANK A Tltu8T CO Walton Ky MASONS MEET meetInthird Monday nights of each mouth at 7MW oclock In their hull on Maui street Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are Ira LlennyW SEEDSWo seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale pricesWe sell clovers grasses seed oats seed corn canti seed millet cow pt as8oja beans peanuts seed potatoes cabbage Otto an f tomato slips onion sets garden beans Harden pens all kinds garden Held and lower land punster and fertiliz ers Write us for prices and samples State what you want NASH VlJLE REEnoo 216 Second Ave North Nashville Tenn PillowTop Backw Forne I Cent Buy six skeins of RichardsonsI Embroidery Silk IalI SEVERANCE STANFORD It t Embroidery dad Lace Opening for Season of 1909 The opening of this season means with us no change of meth ods except in the line of betterment better facilities menus better service For many years this store has been noted for its Lades and Embroideries This season will be different only in the extra effort put forth to make it the most successful in our long career Hamburg insertions and edges to match all new patterns per yard lOc and up to 50c Corset cover embroidery 18 inches wide on Nainsook and Swiss per yard 50c and up to 81 Baby sets a large assortment of these popular edges and insertions all beautiful patterns in match sets per yard 10 to 20e All overe in Swiss and 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 r torechon laces and insertions to match 1 to 5 inches wide 10 and 12 o values our price 5c Call and see us TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Full Stock of Oliver Chilled PLOWS t and Repairs I J W E Perkins Crab Orchard Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Upyto Date Goods r I Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE K- YaOMEAflOfA BIG SALE I t OF HighClass Stallions and t Tacks Will be helilat VlUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY i ON February 10 and il 1909 Write for Entry Blanks Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KY Big Sale of Business Horses Will be Held March 24 and 25 r- A J j 1 II The Interior Journal I sE- i I at Stanford aJCnlmd in 1M PostOffiH t A tKtmddtui mtitier I L N TU E TABLE i I NollsouthlltrxNo No 24 North tIO A M No rr North 6ST7 P M No 17 1047 A M t NoI r5a r H- It tis JOS Se RICE Agent TruthKwho Usdperson t faring from Eczema Pimples Dahd ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis- easel can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zctno a clean liquid fol t 1 r external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUGSTORE o tAS PRICEt 1 Surgeon Dentist I STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building t i Insures Tobacco and Jobacco tarnsII 1 ol Nothing But Insurance Ii Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Min ti STANFORD KY llesldenco Phone Mi Office P5 Insure with me and be fully lrotectedfCt I Fox I ItJAdorinasJersey Bull de unbroken line of i the most noted bu I cows on the I t land of Jersey Eli land and AmerIca IUI- Ir J audbiednrnlsaelwwcowtbathaegivene5 j I beleveIdkebegets t some Ancestor and have a f cow you should nvall yourself of his ser vice lie will bo allowed to servo a limited c number of Approved registered cows out sldeof our own herd this yenr for a fee ol l I to each Make engagement before sendingt cow to be bred AOTTKlt Telephone 80 Stanford Ky f I N nWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold nt right prices I f I I f t At McKinney Ky t I You out find our Htmulnnl IkMiuxly the greatest blood and liver medicine yetknown In cneof Klicunmtlitn Hilt Ilheum Kid ney Trouble and nil diseases arising from IIImpureblood It has no equal HII manu fl undor t be pure food act of Juno 80 1013 and guaranteed by the tnenufaeturer II the Remedy Is taken according to directions and It be or she Is not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money 1 We can do nothing more Each package contains 81 doses a relllsllIdIUarnll Iteeand mailing card with lull Instructions send itso tiny address by until on re of S1 per package or six packages for IS Retlerordera box today If In time might save n big doctors bill Itememberlfyoutakethe Itemed accord ing Instructions And are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not I nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale It Is sola only by ourduly authorized agents RblMIKN WILLIAMS Agent f We oily I FURSHides Wool Feathers Tallow B w wai Ginseng i GoldenSealYellowfootMa7Apple 1 Wild Ginger etc We are dealers nubEihal in 1856 Our WI s ctoturTln wmeamJcmdo better foe you iKia crab or commuioo Bxrdiuli Rcfneocx ir But in LouiivHe Writi for weekly price list and dipping Ugi M Sabot dl Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo 1 Undertakers and Embalm erStAlec Dealers in Fur niture MnttingsRuge They willexchange Furniture fort all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD IENTUCKY I 3 C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddler t 1STANFORD ky t i Omce Phone 16T Home hone SS 7- t Ii a IOFFICIAL CALL Official call for democratic prlmary I election for Lincoln county to nom I- nate candidates for county offices 1st A primary election ft Hcrcb called to bo held In the several votin precincts of Lincoln county on Satu I day February 6th 1909 between 61 M and 4 P M for the purpose of nor mating democratic candidates for tho offices of county judge county attoi fey county clerk sheriff jailer rep rcaentutiv + assessor school supcrir tendent magistrates of the seven magisterial districts constables coroner and surveyor J 2nd All democrats who are legi voters of Lincoln county or who will bo legal voters on the 2nd day of No vembcr 1909 are entitled to vote In I their respective precincts and are re quested to do so 3rd Every candidate who dcsircs to have his name printed on the ballots to bo used in said primary election shan on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of the committee the sun hereby fixed as the entrance fee in the race for the office for which ho is a candidate said sum so realized to be used in defraying the expenses of the primary At the same time the candi date shall give written notice to the chairman that he desires to bo a candidate and name the office he seeks The entrance fee of candidates shall be as follows For sheriff 40 for county judge 10 for county at tomey 10 for county clerk J10 for jailer 15 for assessor 10 for representative 10 for school superintendent 10 circuit clerk 10 4th The election shall be held in all respects as required by statute relative to primary elections and a uniform ballot shall bet used in all voting precincts The chairman of the commit tee is directed to cause to bo printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballots and all supplies necessary to the legal conduct of the election 5th The democratic county commit tee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct who shall be selected from lists furnished by all can didates who desire to submit lists The officers shall be as nearly divided as possible as to judges clerks and sher iffs among the various candidates The officers of the primary shall as soon as the polls are closed which shall be done at 4 P M proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each and every candi date for office and after counting same they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes furnished by the commit tee sealing up the boxes as required by law and within two days thereafter the sheriffs and judges of election will deposit the boxes with the chairman of the county committee at the court house in Stanford The officers of the election in each precinct will make and sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and every candidate for office in the precinct and place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in the ballot boxes 6th The returns are to be made to the chairman of the county committee and should he be absent from the coun ty then to the secretary of the com mittee at the court house within two days after the election On the next day after the election the county com mittee shall meet and canvass the returns of the election and make certificate thereof 7th The secretary of the committee- S directed to give noticeof this elec lon as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn J B BAILEY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Advocate says that D C Tucker bought 200 hogs at 4c Fort SALE Cultivated hemp seed 908 crop J B Walker Richmond CyaD M Anderson sold to J II Thomp son a rair of coming threeyearold mules for 250 James P Rogers bought of Mrs Le- Roy Garner 60 acres of bottom land in the East End at 50 FOR SALEDuroc Jersey sow with even pigs four months old J C Bal Iry Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE33 coming twoyearold mules Good ones J C Robinson anville Ky Both phones 4t I have 13 coming twoyearold mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henry atrort R F D No1 Stanford John E Madden of Fayette has sent his stallion Plaudit to France to put hIm at the head of a breeding farm Henry Schubert brought to town on londay a rather hefty shoat that reighed W55 pounds says the Dover News Senator R L Hubble sold to T C Rankin 33 coming three year old mules at 150 Mr Rankin shipped them to itlantaC Taylor of Pcoria III bought of Virgil Dunbar of the tame section a 10acre fruit farm for 15503 The rchard contains apple peaches and pricot trees Palns of women bead pains or anyI pdin stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See byIt President Helps OrphansI Hundreds 6f orphans have been helped by tho Prcslddnt of The Indus trial and Orphans Homo at Macon Oaf who writes tlWo havn ued Electric Dttters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most ex collent medicine for Stomach Lfpr and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth II It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids dlgei Lion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale woakchtldrc or rundown people it has no equal Best for femalo complaints Only 6O at Pennys Drugstore Four men were orsuffocate to death in a fire which gutted tho Southern Hotel at Forth Worth Tex Tho cleverest atereal Coffi over yet made Is Dr Shoops Hoalt Coffee It is fine In flavor and I made In just one minute No tedlou 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Dru Store Hillis List county ttorneyof Henry is dead at Pleosurevlllc Ho was ono a law partner of John D Carroll WLMCARTY- s a candidate for Hherlfl of Lincoln coon ly subject to tbe action ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN II R candidate for BherltT of Lincoln count subject to the action of tbe democrats party JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of LIncoln county subject to the action of the Democrat party JAMES C HAY is A candidate for Jailer of Democratlabject to the action of the party DINK FARMER It a candidate for the Pemocrattc nomina lion for jailer of Lincoln county subject tc the notion of the democratic party W A CARSON Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the IHluocnitl party 1D C ALLEN Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun 11 subject to tbe action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY s n candidate for Assassorof Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of too democrat party J A DUDDERAR- Is n candidate forlassessorot Lincoln Coun ty subject to thouellon democratic party MC 8AUFLEY Is n candidate forclrcult Judgo of this tin Uth JudUlul district subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SALE I 25horse werbohurandengine anti sawmill for sale Will sell either or both On AS KxssLiwOttenhrlm Ky rostolllcr Wnynesburg Ky To Our Customers Present and Prospective The Indian Refining Company has now been doing business in and around Stanford about a year and wo take this opportunity to assure our natty customers of our sincere appro lotion of their patronage and our arnest desire to servo them at all imcs and also to solicit now business It Is a well knowafaet that our com Kititor has been active and strenuous n their efforts to tako away our bus ness Jut in the face of all their efforts we have enjoyed a fair per cent uf the tradq for which we are grateful to a generous public A fair share of ho business Is all we ask and hope hat our friends can seo their way clear to continuo give us this Wo have a fully equipped distributing station at Danvlllely and carry complete Inc of burning oils and and can make immediate shipmentsgot all trades of lubricating oils and greases rom our refinery at Georgetown Ky tho largest manufacturing instituton In the State We are absolutely Independent of the trust and to again provo we publish the sworn statement of the president of our In titution Should any person make the state vent to you that we are part of any other company have them put the tatcntcnt in then send us the tatement and we will hand it to the proper legal authorities and these tin statements wjll cease Weave many unsolicited testimonials ns- to tho quality of our goods and only usk the customers to gives a fair trial and let the results speak themselvesWe no Peddler Wagons Respectfully yours IvAN UKFININO Co W CWoLFonn Agent Danville Ky Branch Cincinnati 0 Oct 31 1008 To WHOM IT MAY CONCKKN The undersigned upon oath de lares and says That the Indian Honing Company of Georgetown Ky Is independent of the Standard Oil Company Its branches and inde icndent of any other Company corporation or interest and that it is not IL subsidiary Company of any other by association contract or understanding and that no other i 011 dealing corporation or associu tlon owns CompanyRICHMOND President Indian Refining Co l88CountySubscribed and sworn to before me nNotary Public in and for said countyI this 30th day of October 1008 TULUSiNotary t A R WALLACE led candidate forCoronerof Lincoln corn ty subject to the notion ol the Democrat primary reb61505ZORA P SMITH If n candidate for magistrate In the Hinton vllle district to action of tbo Domocrntlo party W M DUDDERAR It candidate lor magistrate of the lira tonvtlle district subject to the notion of 1 1It Democratic party J K HELM SR Is candidate for maRUtrnte in kite IIu tonvlllo district subject to the action of bO Democratic party JAMES McKECHNIE Is n candidate for Magistrate In funnier District subject to the action of tho Dome crntlc part- yMEAL EXCHANGE I am nt nil time prepared to exchnn must for corn My null will run ovary Hal urUny Dick linker Miller JHOtMCKUHON Orob Orchard Ky 1Ba q CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instan relief and permanently cures any torn if Itching Skin or Scalp disease Al Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I Tile farm of Noncrei or good blue great land lying one uillo Tforth of JlcKlnnuyoi the Htunionl pike Improvement not fencing good plenty of water fruit Use It acres of timbered land one mill Knit of cKlnne halt undtr fence lonty 9f water and good tolmcco Innd Nee grow UK crop JAUIVKNHAsvntMcKlmitjy Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stockof Oro reriesnnd Hnrdwnro Doing n good bust ss Will invoice about ttiU lIen on III health lEO J HOIMKKHtnnford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fo external use Stops Itching Instant- nd destroys the germs that cause skit diseases Eczema ouickly and Is permanently cured by this rematkabl medicine Druggist Write for sample EW Rose Med Co StLouisMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes lave your measure taken by n tailor of ex Mtrlenrp Then your clothes whrtb rn low price business suft or tbe llno t evening clothe will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made tc Tour measure I will aliotnke your urea ire for extra trousers fancy vests tot- rontanu1 overcoats Knll and Wittier sam pies on band ready for your Inspection II 0 HUlLBY The Tailor Htanford Ky Safeguard the Future J The safest surest and toftadequate safe uitrd for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Cot Is conspicuous for economical manatee cent lllxrnllly of Its policy contracts fait lealliiK IUllta memlters and large return 10 policy holders The cotnpnryfa just entering tin SIXTY FOURTH YEAR 01 n successful business career with mere ollcy holders Hi Mucoln county than nil other companies combined Vrlto for inrtlftiliirs stating ego anti whether mar- led or Inltlu to It M NKWI AND Act Myorg louse Flats Htnnford James I VhtteHolicitorfor llockcastle Co Mahony Rank- inNSURANCI3 Fire Life Accident and Tornado arm Property a Specialty Klgut of tho the orld ruprvKuiltHt tlontpetelnarates with ull the companies of the world pny Ilig record unsUrpasivd Never had n law lit In the history of this ageney ioasoa romjitly paid Arid without discount No InringcnllonIAIIIONY The Liaurancc Men of Stanford Indigestion Stomach trouble Is but n symptom of and not In Itself a true disease t Dyspepil IlcarUmm and Indigestion as reel diseases TCI- the7 are symptoms only ot a certain pOdQ- oNeno IlcknlsnotblnJr clan SboopInltemoorDr Bhoops Going direct 0 the stomach nenres lion brought that sitcceji Ind favor to Dr and hli Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no chlutingaccorapitslunentaweree1ertobehadFor breab and sallow complexion try Dr Shoopi our trttolllunJ recommend Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE r r Clearance Sale i t All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 811 48 815 Coat now U 1S 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now G D8 820 Suit now 81G 48 817 50 Suit now 12 48 8 15 Suit now t U 08 812 5p Suits lum S us 810 Suit now Q 48 87 50 Suit now l DS 85 Suit now 3 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now 89 48 t 812 60 Coat now 8 18I 810 Coat now 808 87 50 Coat now 4 08 j5 Coat now 3 48 Green Hats from 81 50 to S3 50 T n Stetson Hats 83 50 to 85 00 Fancy lint Bands 25c to SOe The nicest lino of neck wen sew and neat 25o to GOo Collars 15c 2 for 25c Mens and Boys AllWool Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice- Our I high Top Shoes consist of many different I styles and prices ranging from 350 to 4gOO 350 Shoe now 298 400 Shoe now 348 We honestly believe that when +r 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 1 1 Mens Felt Boots dens and Womens RubbersA- ll I Reduced Accordingly fylens and Womens Sanitary Heavy Fleeced Lined Under wear Best Quality THIRTYNINE CENTS + 4+ ++++++ + ++4t+++++4+ 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 wilj takepleasure in showing you any time SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY j Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank t Buy the OLIVER PLOWt a iJadEJEitiJt a a r t WeH HiGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky 1- t t y Y S 0i