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Pepples For Assessor OF LINCOLN COUNTY. NEWS NOTES. 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 corns of deputies, well fitted and capable to attend to the duties of the office, to which the people have elected me YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE CORDIALLY APPRECIATED. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Henry Rice, aged 18, accidentally Pittsburg, Pa., Is to have a sky S. Basaett, head of tho shoe firm of When Wlllio was a boy lio used to S. Bassott & Sons. Lexington, is dead. 'shot himself while hnnting near Pine- scraper church. wonder If ho would ever bo rlch-b- ut CId. J. G. Livingston will preach at Hev. Father J. P. Barry, for21 years ville and cannot recover. of course he was too young to know. rector of St Paul's, Lexington, died I James Harris was given 21 years by older ho argued with Pino Grovo at II A. M. Sunday. When ho grew I ! t the Bell circuit court for killing Robert Rev. Itobcrt M. Campbell, of Dan Buuueniy, himself If smoking was really Injurious ville, will preach at tho Christian Senator Bradley and Nat C. Curcton, Pettcrfees on Christmas night. ho never settled tho question. hut The stock of goods of H. II. Hcnnin-gcof Louisville, have formed a law part- Later ho went Into society and dis- church at Hubblo at 11 A. M. Sunday. bankrupt, at Monticello, was Subject at tho Methodist church next nership in that city, covered thot somo women nro pretty William F. Woods, n bank wrecker bought by G. W. Shadoan, of Frazier, some bako good broad, He Sunday morning at 11 o'clock: "Chris and that ho tian Citizenship" or "Who Should Gov-cr- of San Antonio. Texas, was given eight Wayne county, for $17,400. often thought he would marry-o- nly George Thurmond, a barber, was Christian People or Saloon Bums ?" years in the Federal prison. could never seem to decide which kind Kpworth League sorvlco at 6:30 conTho local option bill passed tho Idaho shot through the shoulder and his left he preferred. House II to 9. It is expected that ear shot olf at Pineville. The man He grew mlghtly interested In scienco ducted by Thomas Coleman. Preachcharged with the shooting fled to the and thought ho might write a book ing at 7:15, which will be the 13th Bi- the bill will pa93 tho Senate. Near Covington R. H. McManamn, mountains. something of tho sort but he ble reading from tho Sermon on tho about J. C. Litton, a Q. & C. brakeman Mount. All are cordially invited. Wo aged 70, and Mrs. Kate Parsons, C3, never did. whose home was at Oneida, Tenn., was wero made husband and wife. Ho joined five churches, ono at n prnmiso no public collection. I'astou. Feb. 7th is set apart ns "Field Day" Miss Bennio Talbot, of Omaha, Neb , ground to pieces by his train at Junctimo-b- ut he never felt quite suro ho League at Stan who formerly lived at Sturgis, killed tion City. He fell from the top of a for the had hit tho right one. box-ca- r under the wheels. Ho believed in single tax. socialism ford, Ky., tho Lincoln county commit- -' herself os a result of n misunderstand- W. P. Givens discovered a swarm of ho wasn't sure tee having arranged to make it "Coun-- ' hg with her betrothed, and high tariff but that things wero not better ai they ty Field Day." Kcv. J. W. West, of Mr. nnd Mrs Henry James, an aged grasshoppers on his farm this week. When he came to town he told his louisvillc, will send or bring several couple who resided on a farm in were. with him. At least three of on. Pa., wero found by neighbors mur- friends of the remarkable find, but they In timo he grew gray and weak in hooted nt him. This morning ho brought tho knees. Ono day he wns taken very ine churches will bo filled Sunday morn- - dered in their barnyard, ing, Feb. 7, by visiting pastors. Ad- -' The barn of Lonnic Flannery in Hath jn a box full of live ones. Advocate. Ho called in a homeopath, an ill. Somerset suffered a big fire Wednes un osteopath anil an herb doctor. dresses will be made ut Crab Orchard, county burned nnd 15 big cattle, 3,000 W. D. Gover & Co's. They nil prescribed -- but he couldn't Highland, Hustonville and McKinncy! bushels of corn, scverul tons of liny day morning. medicine va most likely nt 3 r, M. the sarno day. There will be and a lot of farming implements were department store burned, entailing a decide which Ios3 of $20,000, Denny Bros , general a grand rally Monday, Fob. 8, at 2 i consumed. to cure him. So he took them all. Gen. Fayette Hewitt, scholar, soldier merchants, lost $5,000, Waddle & ParThen ho died. And his friends felt1 M , either in tho court house or Walthat it was tho best thing he had over ton's Opera House. Itcv. J. W. West, and author, is dead at his homo at ker, general merchants, estimate their done. At hut h had arrived at a con- one of the most clear headed re&soncrs Frankfort, aged 78. He was a gallant loss at $15,000. The Newtonian Hotel the platform will address the officer in the Confederate army and nt was badly damaged and other losses clusion. Ion amount to $10,000 or more. Other visiting preachers will one time auditor of Kentucky. William Phelps, a mail carrier bebe present. All nre cordially invited to KINGSVILLE. Harrison Cox and family had a narI attend: men, women nnd children. T. row escape from being cremated when tween Somerset und Hail, was shot by J. A. Acton and family, of Waynes, W. Barker, chairman; Garland Singlc- - their homo near Albany was destroyed Constable John Knmmercr, and physiburg, visited his brother, Dr. Acton, ton, secretary, Lincoln County Anti- - by fire The house was falling when cians say he can not recover. The Bhoot-in- g at this place. occurred at a baptising near Hail, they were rescued by neighbors and, Somo scoundrel entered Mrs. Clara nnd Joseph Hnllou will preach ut Hub carried out to safety. in the eastern part of Pulaski county. night Gooch's meat houso last Saturday ble at 3 t. M. Local option elections weru held in Tho bullet entered Phelps' abdomen. and carried off n lot of meat. Tho four counties of Indiana, all voting dry. Kammerer, it is alleged, was trying to bloodhounds at Hustonville were sent BR0DHEAD. Tho counties are Hamilton, Putnam, arrest Phelps when the shooting took tor but no meat was found. place. The graded school at this place is Decatur und Tipton. In each case the Miss Klfio Carey was married on tho Frank Legear and James Stewart, majority against the "wet" party was They will spend the meeting with some opposition; howev 18th to Ira Cox. highwaymen, mountain er, a vote will be taken in the near fu large. Within tho next 10 days 10 more Cumberland reWinter In Georgia nnd Florida and were captured in the mountains near counties will hold elections. turn to Covington in the Spring, where ture and it is hoped we uill get the Placide Frigerio and R. M. Sheffield, Middlesboro, after defying the authorschool. thoy will make their future homo. ities for a number of years. Like robThe Fifth Sunday meeting, which who wero charged with operating a Mm. Zerolda Kngleman, of Danville, betting book at City Park track, New bers of old. these men mado their renis visiting her son at this place. Misses will be held at Freedom church next Orleans, several weeks ago. were sen dezvous in the mountain fastnesses and Ruth, Klheleno and 'ilia Singleton and Sunday, promises to bo very interest- tenced to servo seven months in prison preyed on the strong, but permitted deing. A splendid program has been arvisited Kva Gooch, or Wnynesburg, by Judge Chretien, of the Criminnl fenseless women nnd children to go unMisses Anna and Lloiso Murphy here. ranged. They will have to answer to Byron Owens Is again laid up. Last District court. Each man also was fined molested. filled !il CId. J. (5. Livingston a score or moro charges of robbery, $330. KENTUCKY. here Sunday and Sunday Saturday while putting up wiro about malicious shooting, etc. Ho preached a very ablo ser- hIx miles South of here, he fell and badnight. A Horriblo Hold-U- p. mon Sunday night to a large audience. ly broke his nrm just abovo tho wrist. MORELAND. "About ten years ago my brother brought home nnd Dm. GravePleasant l'oint Baptist church is with- Hu was was "holdup" in his work, health and Tho little town of Moreland received ly nnd Carter set the broken bones. out a pastor. wus bolleedto bo with deep regret the news of the death Born to the wife of A. T Proctor, a happiness by what It. of Geo. W. Gooch at Asheville, N. C, W. boy. Mrs. B Cable is very III with hopeless Consumption," writes Bravo Flro Laddies Washington, N. C "He where ho had gone In Bearch of health. Dr. K. J. Brown, of Stan Llnseomb. of pneumonia. Often receive seveio burns, putting oul took all kinds of reined lei and treat- He left Danville Jan. 20, and only lived tiros, then iiso llucklen'i. Arnica Salvo ford, was u visitor hero this week. Miss ment from soverul doctors, but found reaching Asheand forget them It soon drives out LIzzio Storms, of Keavy, Laurel coun- no help till ho usd Dr. King's New about three hours after brought back ville. His remains were ty, is visiting friends nnd relatives hero. pain, For Hums, Scalds, Wound, wholly cured by to Moreland Saturday morning and laid The rural free delivery from this Discovery and was Outs and Bruises Its eatth's greatest six bottles. Ho Is uwell mun place' to the Glade neighborhood seems to rest in tho Braxdale family burying hon lor. Quickly cunts Skin F.ruptlons, nnd tho Burest ground. Ho had been employed for the to be u go, und will be put In operation It's tiulck to icllevo Old Sores. Molls, Ulcers, Fulons; lest cute for weak or soro lungs, Hemor- last 15 years by the Q. & C. as a telel'lloeuro made. Relief is instant. A'mj soon. Will somo one please tell us who, rhages, Coughs und Colds, Bronchitis, graph operator and was always menIn this mountainous country can be benut IVnuj 'h Drug Store. und ull Bronchial tioned us one of its best und hiost reefited by It. F. D. ? But let her go. Lu Grlppo, Asthma We suppose it Is keeping up with the uiTootlons. 50c and M. Trial bottle liable men. He was 35 years old and While John C. Young, Jr., was nt times. free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug leaves n wifo and five Btnall children, work on his farm in Nelson county, ho besides h's mother and a host of friends brush A Religious Author's Stato-mon- t. Store. heard u hissing sound in Bomo The Moreland office nnd on investigation discovered a large exclaimed William H. to mourn his loss. "Goodbye," will never eeem the same to me, J since uf-trattlosnuke coiled up nnd ready to I wus acillted w lth Fox ut Newport, to his invalid wife For novornl I can never meet my old friend again apring onjiim. Young hastily seized a kidney trouble .wars lust pressing;!! kiss to her lips. Ho und Winter I was George came to mo pole and killed tho reptile, which meas- into a dark within Its walls. suddenly Htrieken with n severe pain then secured a razor, went while 1 was agent at Wilmore, 1G years ured threo feet, nine Inches long and In my kidneys und wa coullned tobed cellar and cut his throat, nearly decap- ago, nnd spent several months with me, hid 14 rattles and two buttons. eight days unublo to get up without itating himself. learning the profession he pursued until Thoro I uo euso on tecoru or u usftisiunce. .My uriuo contained u If you will tuko Foley's Orlno Laxa- his death, and since he went out on tho vougli, cold or lu grlppo developing thick white sediment and I passed tive t'ntll the bowels Income regular road wo have been thrown together a Into pneumonia after Foley's llonoy sumo frequently duy und night, 1 you will uot havo to tuko purgatives great deal. Ho was working the first nnd Tur has been tuken, us It cut es the commenced taking Foley's Kidnoy constantly, m Foloy's Orlno Luxu-llv- o eight-hou- r shift ut Moreland until last most obstinate deep touted coughs and Remedy, und the pain gradually ubut-e- d positively cure chronic constipa- October, when ho wns forced to lay off und finally ceased and my urine colds. Whytako unythlng else. Now tion and sluggish liver. Pleasant to on account of his health. Hu wus u boeamo normal. I cheerfully recomStanford Drug Co. number of tho Maccabees and Order if tuko. New Stanford Drug Co. mend Foloy's Kidney Kemody. New Railway Telegraphers and there was Senate leaders have drafted n bill for Stanford Drug Co. Frank P. Glazier, former State present nt his funeral 10 brother operatho settlement of tho Brownsville quesTreasurer of Michigan, was found guil- tors, who brought beautiful floral deDon't Get A Divorce. tion which meets with tho approval of ty by a jury In the Circuit Court at signs. The Union church at this place A western judge grunted u divorce President Roosevelt and Senator Foru-kcLansing of misappropriation of Stato was crowded with sorrowing friends und bad on account of funds. ond tho remarks of Rev. Willis were King's New Life Pills breath. Dr. very appropriate. I was so very sorry KLKGTIUC UANGKS Tho Kaugejto buy; n (ull raver; u money maker; Preventlcs--thos- e A tickling or dry cough can bo would have prevented It. Thoy euro Candy Cold Cure I could not get back in time for his fuquickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Constipation, causing bad breath and Tablet will safely and quickly check neral, being in Puducah when 1 receiv- tho boatjjaker. A largo lino of electfromttudwo willjijijireciate a call. too late just dlspet oall colds and tho Grip. Trythem ed the telegram tho two hours would Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloro- Liver 'Troublo, tho train that for me to catch c conquer oneo und see Sold by Penny s put me home Sunday noon. form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold colds, banish jsj ohllU. 25o at Penny's Drug Store, B. P. SlIEWMAKEU. by Penny ' Drug Store. Drug Store. CHURCH MATTERS. 1 r, 0VER60ATS AND Anti-Saloo- n Fast-speake- nllo-pat- h. ' W inter suits AT &. COST. STANFORD, Cummins Wearen, er r. head-ache- 1 GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ftHPJ ,.-v- f. vfT B.T"' -- - TV "" '" . WSMJJsy StlSStTii-? 'A't'Z . '"' ,l lnyil H"'l.l'l. tifHl li" 1, Hi afflrjMai.'-u-seg- e 1 fr ,1 t iH Ei ,'l I .' I' ci !J I t 7 fl 1 4 I ft I' ft. ? Don't drug the Stomach, or stlmu- A Harrodsbutff special says: After m onmlldnto being a groom only ono day Thomas lato the Heart or Kldnoys. That if It n rnndlilnta for for countr court rlrrk of Lincoln county young man of wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that are lltlJPCt to the notion of the iieniocrniia Gabhart, a E. C. WALTON In this crying out for hefp. Vitalise theso pnrty. tho Cardwell neighborhood, county, has mysteriously disappeared woak insido controlling nerves with Horses In the United States number- from his home and all cITorts to locate Dr. Shoop' Itcstoratlvo, and seo how ed 20.C 10,000 and were valued at him have thus far failed. Gabhart was quickly good lieuitli will como to you Notice In hereby Riven that nil Lincoln ......... Il.i.l. UV1 II. ,lllll; Ij nn avornRo of 95.&t per married on Sunday afternoon to Miss again. Test It and see I Sold by Pen- .w........ tiA.t nff ..).. yearn lUlllli; ll.flltll.IFl ir. Mil with priUlccc of mlcematile In 1A head, on January 1 last, according to n Miry Sims, a pretty and popular young ny's Drugstore. pa J In Bin III) ram from nald date, will Im paid on tho lit day of March, lion, on pres. report issued by tho Department of woman of the same locality. Lincoln County National Pour children were cremated and entation to theIntercut on innin will itop Hank and that Agriculture. The report shows a total HUSTOKVILLKy loini their parents seriously injured In a Are aucrftiiHifinic. lis V, ninouni id,n.i. or ? 4,G2.r,259,lKX), or over 4 per value Tills .Inn. l, v in Pittsburg, Pa. J nines MrKcchnle, O. II. Cooper nryl V, H, cent, more than a year ago, for all Coulter & McCormack shipped SatHurch, Committee. farm animals on farm and ranges in urday one JOHN C. PEPPLE8. car of butcher cattle, hogs the United States. The horses increas- and sheep, for which they paid market Ian cnmlldnte for Assessor of Lincoln conn- ed $2.23 a head in value during tho IU ttiv iiuiiuii Ul. 1IIU iii'iiiuvriiwu J , BMljl-putty. year. The number and valuo of other prices. Henry Hudson was seriously injured animalsjfollow: Mules, 4,053,000 and by W, W. WHITE being thrown from a wagon against J437,0S2,000;ows. 21,720,000 and$SC3,-75.1,00- n for Am fence. Tho wagon was heavily loaded Mn cnmlliliiti' tin' actionssorof Lincoln to of tho IH'iiiocrnllo eheep, 56,084,000 and $192,632,-00party. with baled hay and overturned. swine, 51,147,000 and $331,790,000. will be j The Hustonvillo fair this year JAMES P. BAILEY Tub court of appeals has decided that held tho week following tho Slunfuid Is n cnndlilnte tor Judge of the Lincoln farmers can still pool their crops, but fair and the premium list will bo tho county court, subject to the action of the IH'iuocrntle pnrty. trusts and combines can not unite to most attractivo in tho history of tho W. H. SHANKS Being the lit day ol the February term ol ih price of any articlo above association. enhance the la n candidate for rcnoiulmitlon for It. H. Givens, who was operated on aentntlvo of Lincoln county, auhjvcl Ilcpn Lincoln county court, I will, between the hours its real value. It has also decided that to the ol 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M, u net of 1890 is not in con- at New Orleans the second time for ap- action of the Democratic party. the anti-trufront ol the door in Stanford, Ky. e GARLAND SINGLETON flict with the act of 1906, which empow- pendicitis, is rapidly improving and will ! n candidate forHunerlntendcnt of ered the farmers to pool their crops to soon be able to assume his position at Hchools of Lincoln county, subject to the tell at public outcry to the highest and best bid der for cash in hand, the following lists, oi k notion of the Democratic party. obtain better prices. Judge O'Rcar de- Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. D. K. Moore, who lived near much as will pay laics, cost and penalty. livered tho opinion and Judges Darker, TAMES F. HOLDAM McCormack's church, died Thursday I n candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln As fast as payments are made the names will Lassing and Hobson dissented. and was buried Saturday at 10 A. M. county, milijcct to the action of tho IVniu- - disappear. cratlc party. New York Life Insurance Compa- Tho funeral service was conducted by The amount set opposite, each name includes nies are winning back some of the bus- Rev. J. Q. Montgomery. 6 per cent, penalty and, cost of advertising. J. D. SWOPE iness lost by the exposures of graft and Late reports from the condition of Ian candidate for circuit clerk of Lincolnc T. J. HILL, Sheriff. subject recklessness of year before last. Dur- D. H. Skinner at Stonega, Va., arc to county,part). to the action of tho ing 1907,'thcir business fell off over one the effect that ho has a mild attack of STANFORD-WHI- TE. hundred million dollars, but 1903 stmws typhoid fever, with his temperaturo If You Want To Crow Corn. Darnett, Mrs Elirabcth house and lot $ 3 IS I Alfalfa, tiORs nnd cuttle colon to Hotter, that a gain of $90,000,000 was made and very littlo above normal. 47 75 bend for Hat of Improved farnu. Addreo, Doght. J V n I 150 acres the State Superintendent of Insurance Marshal Lair and his bloodhounds i 60 J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Kaa, Codings, Mrs Dcttie 40 acres says the prospects are fair for perma- were called to Somerset last week, Dawes, C L 30 acres 3 15 nent improvement. where they took trail from the storo NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE- - Elliott. Dill 25 acres 290 that had been robbed and followed it Green, Thomas F n t 110 acres 7 30 PAIR SHOP. Uncle Sam wants President-elec- t about four miles to a Mr. Dalton's Leaiure, Joe 14 av.res 4 50 clean during his trip to house. Dalton was Taft to keep arrested and placed Ihneooenel a blnckamlth nnd general Manuel, Thomas 5 acres 907.8, credit Panama. A bath tub weighing three in jail. repntrshop nt my borne, the old tolUate $1.80; balance 4 95 pruerty on tho Htanford pike, near llus tons was installed in the battleship. A mad dog visited the home of Will tonwlle.nnu ask m ahare of tho public Ky. Mason, M O n I 50 acres 2 60 I'ACli JKihK, llustonrlllc, North Carolina, for his especial benefit. Mose Tinsley, biting hogs and dogs Stephenson, Dase 17 seres 990 Your Uncle Sam doesn't care for ex- right and left until he was killed. He I 55 Yeaser, Dan and John n i I acre penses when the people are putting up STANFORD-COLORbit three valuable bird dogs at Tins-ley- 's the dough. that belonged to Lexington and Anderson, S D I acre $5 25 Bright, Caleb land An Alabama man is said to have pro- Lancaster parties. The dogs have been We are In position to do all klndt of con Hocker, Alfa I acre posed to 201 women before he could housed and the owners notified. aucli aa Mock Work, 1'aM'inentl The farmers here are taking advan- cretlnK.fact, wo can liinU' any thing from a Jsckion, J S land find one to say yes. Tho girl who and. in tage of the Spring-lik- e weather and all house down ton fenco pRit. Wu can aere Lillard. Edward hrs lot agreed to wed him is only 17 vears old j on promptly nnd aim ran tee and the silly little thing will no doubt are fully a month ahead in farm work. work and material. Call and get our prices Pleasants, Jim I acre From tho amount of land already brok- before jou buy ) our maturlalat leuat. Stewart hrs land, credit $1.25; balance regret her action. en it seems all are preparing to put out Thomas, Trancu 3 acres Editor Charles VV. Metcalf, of unusually large crops. The tobacco Wade, Davidson n i I acre the Pineville Sun, believes in the Roose- growers are ready to sow their beds Warren, Lou lot Slauford, Ky. velt theory. A little daughter has just and barns are going up rapidly these WAYNESBURG-WHIT- E. arrived at his home, making nine child- fine days. Austin, Mrs Sarah 75 acres 6 20 ren, eight of whom are girls. Miss Sarah Jano Givens, a daughter ! lls.na hrs L M 140 acres 2 50 of Benjamin Givens, died last Thursday Baugh, Isaac 153 acres 7 05 TAFTsaysJhe will consider merit and from the effects of a second stroke of, Hn ln decided to leave Htnnford. I will Boone. Nub 3 acres 3 40 fitn?ss, notrpolitics, in Federal appoint- apoplexy, aged 72. She was buried fcell Hi public auction at my home on !xgnn Buckley. Wm n r 127 acres 2 65 Avenue on ment! but it's dollars to doughnuts that Friday in McKinney cemetery. She X KltlDA Y.JAN. W,iUV, Delaney. Phil I acre 5 35 the aforesaidlmerits'and fitness will be was a sister of J. P. McKinney, who nil my iwrsnniil proiwrty, consisting of one Davidson. 5 75 James 60 sacs Hood milk low, coerctl spring waiion. nil found in republicans only. died out West a few months ago, and my broom machinery, 2 bed room suits, Floyd. J B 39 acres 4 75 dining springs, mattresses, rocking. nnd I 55 sideboards, chllToulert-- kitchen and Gillam, J C n I lot William Randolph Hurst used had many friends and relatives who clialra, table, lining Morris chair, lino moiuetti Gooch, Sam 10 acres were devoted to her. 2 90 last year 90,000,000 tonslof paper at a carpet, 1 drugget, n lot of rugs, 1 The arrangements for building a sttel range, I set IS volumes Confederate Haggard. WG 65 acres 5 50 cost of ?3,284,G00 for his numerous daiDicMilitary hrge tobacco ware house here, have tionary. History. I volumes L'nUersiil His- Heagley, Geo A n r 166 acres 2 85 volumes IVopks Htandard lies. tory of the V. H., tome other Iwoks, small Heath, Thomas n r 55 acres been consummated and work will begin and Inrge 3 90 round heating stove and many soon. The firm will buy, rehandle, stem other things too numerous to mention. Hale HiatuBD 151 acres 10 95 POLITICAL. and prize all grades and be in the mar- will liegln promptly ut In o'clock a. m. It Kenny, Jas 8 acres 3 65 lie kept cold President Roosevelt has given Sec- ket with orders to buy the crop. They weather Iscrowd. good tire willl'.OHAY, to McDonald. M C hrs lot warm the H. 3 15 Htanford, Ky. retary Newberry a surpriso by formu- will be prepared to handle large quanMcKeruie, Mack n r lot 4 75 lating a plan'for the reorganization of tities at satisfactory prices to growers. Moore. D M 20 acres 3 65 the navy. They are in the business to stay and Osborne, James 100 acres 5 15 Elihu Root, Secretary of State, hand- may manufacture later. Pitman. W R I 4 75 acres ed in his resignation and will leave soon J. H. Newell, wife nnd little daughReynolds. W P 33 acres 4 75 for Hot Springs to remain until the in- ter, of Casey county, spent a few days Riley, Mrs Alia 109 acres 3 90 auguration. Ky.. Jan. rt, with his son, J. J. Newell. The elder ofHtnnford, county. Ky.. '.., the Fiscal Court Rutherford, John 80 acres 8 65 pro Lincoln Invite staled Gov. Hughes has withdrawn the Newell celebrated his 53rd birthday on posals for tuu erection itnd completion of a Singleton, A K 172 acres 8 50 new county court nomination of Frederick A. Wallis as the 23rd. He says ino numie experience teaches Hiiunre In tho city of uouse on agreeable to Somonu, Charles n r 177 acres 9 35 Htanford State Superintendent of Insurance for him that the plans and o numbers, 13 and tects Krnnk! 1".clllcatlons A.prepand by Archi- Sfull, Belle 5 acres 2 10 Mllburn Co., Washington New York. 23, are winners when combined in efII. O. Plana will be on II le with the Archi- Upthrgrovt hrs 75 acres 2 60 tects nnd with theConnty Clerk at Htanford. A bill to legalize Sunday baseball in fecting tho same party, as in his case, Kuch Contractor will llle with his bid a Wilcher. JB 150 acres 5 15 Indiana is likely to become a law, but being born on the 23rd and having 13 eerttUed check, made payable to J, H. Ows- Young. SalUe I 90 34 acres 1907-of J the preachers and other good people children. This is convincing evidence ley. Countyon ud He, for J.Vnui, as evidence ac- Young, good faith his part, and If his bid Is W A I acre 2 90 will enter Into contract at opposing it strongly. cepted, that he are that his theory Is correct. HUSTONVILLE-WHIT- E. once ami gtvuuii ucccptnhleguurantee comAttorney General Breathitt gave an J. K. Jones, a prosperous the huckster pany's bund, payable to pricecounty, fur (SI Austin. Ed 5 acres $4 75 Stanford, Kentucky. per cent'of the contract for the faithopinion that any corporation doing busof Casey, was nearing his home Thurs- ful jierforinnnce of the contract. Tho con- Baitui, Henry hrs 5 acres I 55 iness in Kentucky must pay taxes on bepaldMipercent.ua the day night with a wagon load of poul- tractor will retaining 9) per cent, until work Carson. Joe 14 acres 4 90 progresses, Until the full amount of its capital.stock. try when he was ordered to halt. See- completion. ho sealed and filed with the Catswell, John n r 14 acres 4 15 All bids to The Kansas House and Senate in sep- ing a man on each side, he quickly Count v Clerk on or lielore 10 a m. February Davidson, S N his town lot 3 35 arate session voted for J. L. Bristow flashed a lantern up and the light luth.lKv, fell The Klscul Court rwrifi the right to re- Dye, James 9 acres; credit $1.50 160 for Senator to succeed Chester I. Long on a face he recognized. He ject any or ull bids. Elliott, S G n r 28 acres then con14 55 H. OWHI.KY, J It., County Judge. for the term beginning March cluded they were after tho $140 in J. Elliott, Lou n r 8 acres his 2 60 GKOHCIK II. COOl'KK, Clerk, 4, next. pocket, and striking his horses they ran Estes, Elua 4 acres 2 10 United States Senator Isaac Stephdown the hill and up to a neighbor's. 2 10 I Estes, Betlie 19 acres enson failed of when the The "night walkers" did not Evans, Elia n r 20 acres follow him 3 60 first joint ballot was taken Wednesday The case will go before) llovle Circuit Court. the next Casey Fletcher, J F acre 3 65 OryanntJ, 382. Capital Stock, SSO.OOO. at Madison, Wis. He wan able to mus- county grand jury. P.M. Hill's Administrator, I'lalntllt, vs. Napier. J R hrs 83 acres 35 50 ter but 65 votes, lacking one of the neciSurttut and lndividtd Profits. OOif. James Hill, etc. Defendant. I 55 ueorge uoocn, wno ior some years Pursuant to n Judgment of sale herein ren- Spaw, Ellen n r I acre essary majority to elect. the January term, llav. of the lloy 3 60 Jifas was an operator at Moreland but re- dered utCourt, the undersigned Commission-e- lu Wright, Susan R lot r Circuit Gov. Gillett sent a message to the paid in 'Dividends sines Organization, 500. Wright. Geo lot will on 3 15 California Legislature with reference signed on account of declining health, TUKHDAY, FKIIIU'AUY HI, 11.0 rocum, A A and W C 60 acres 18 10 died in the South, where he had gone Snvita 7atv jfecounts en Our 9J?rit to the bills now before At or aluut tho hour of i o'clock, r. ., in Yocum, Amelia 10 acres 3 15 on the lands heretin' that body. Ho advises compliance with at the solicitation of friends, a few front ofdescribed, lu l'reachersvllle, Lincoln inafter HUSTONVILLE-COLOR- ED. hours after his arrival. His funeral county, Kentucky, sell to the highest and the request of the Federal government publlo outcry the following Bailey, Thomas best bidder acre $3 65 OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. that no action be taken on these ques- was conducted at Moreland Sunday by described ut 4 Rev. Willis and the interment occurred That certain tract of land situated In Lin- Barfield. Will 5 acres V. Keid, tions. S. Hocker, President;, J, II. Iiaughman, of Kentucky, on the wat- Corapton, Ed lot 3 near that place. The organization of coln county, Htute In the village of M D. Klmore, ers of 1U Itlver and Preach, J. M. Pettus, Senator Samuel Sells, of Washington Western Union operators S. T. Harris. 3 ersv llle, on the turnpike road hading from Cooper, Richard lot contributed II. C. Iiaughman, J, 1'. Cummins, county, and Representative Walter a beautiful floral offering. Mr. Lancaster to ('rub Orchard, und consisting John . McRoberts, Cashier; 2 Gooch of a dwelling house, a store house und alioiit Givens, Ellen 2 lots S. T. Harris, J no. C. Robinson, White, of Rhea county, introduced in was a faithful employe acres of 3 II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W. II OUannon and was well tt described laud and being more particular Goode. Ed lot ly und bounded ujollows, J. S. Hocker. the Tennessee Senate and House com- liked by his Hall, Cal lot 2 associates. Ueglnnlng In the center w thu turnpike, W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, C. U. Tale panion bills "to prohibit the soliciting thence a lie line N. W degrees KAtiM poles Hocker, Mack 5 acre ton stake corner to J.H. l'ett us; of orders for the purchase of alcoholic Simple Remedy 3 us, K.ilHN poles to line of For La Grippe it stuku Peltthe H. h"', degrees of thence with McCormack, Geo Jr lot liquors, whether the liquors be in this Norm edge in the County acres 4 Hacking la grippe coughs that may road; thence with the said road H. 87 degrees Meadoes, Jake or some other State." H. S degrees. W.S7.9 jmles, H. C ueveiop into pneumonia over W., id poles), K. h K)les, H. 70 degrees, W. 4U1 Powell. Will lot degrees. , 2 degrees, W 111 oics ton iwilut Ross, Henry n i .2 acre night are quickly cured by Foley 'f 111 poles, County road, corner to church lot ; thence Singleton, Henry lot MATRIMONIAL. 3 Honey and Tar. Tho sore and Id with line of church Jul and Payne ll'.de-greiK. poles, W.7.7 CRAB ORCHARD-WHI- TE. Miss Daisy Helme was married to II amed lungs are healed and length- to center 7ut pike;H. H7t degrees,enter of poles thence w llh t pike 8 50 K. 10.21 iMiles, N.av, degnea, Bobbin, F F 59 acres Frances M. Oliver in tho room wero ened, and u dangerous condition Is N.aSitigrees,to the liegiiiulug W. If :tl poles mid contain. Farm, Mrs Emma lot 4 15 her dead mother lay at Mt Vernon, N. quickly averted. New Stanford Drug lug M't acres and lielng the samo tract of land conveyed to K.il. Hill, de eased, by J Hutchison, James n I 92 acres II 40 Co. Y, M. Hiitclilus, by deed of record lu the LinReese, Jennie 10 acres 2 coln County Court Clerk's oltlce. Madiscn Marshall, of Louisville, a "How's collections at your church, Hald real estate und Improvements will Im Siler. Elder 125 acres 8 42, and Mrs. Lula Vaught, liruddcr Shinn ? us a w nolo upon n en (lit of six und l widower of sold 5 moiiiuseiiuui pn.vi.ieius lor winch bonds Todd, H 22 acres a widow of tho Milledgevillo section, "Well, wo ain't nebber had to stop in will Im) given payable to the Commissioner CRAB ORCHARD-COLORbeiirlng Interest from date were married at tho court house yes- do middle ob a collection to go an' emp- at the rate of () per cent, ofr sale until puld, Butcher, Silva 2c. I annum, with acre approved personal security to Ix. appro veil terday by Judgo Owsley. ty do box. by Column. loner and said bonds to huve Butcher, Mary lot Judgo E. II. Johnson and Miss. Mollie the tone uud oiled or a Judgment, und tu Hayes, WilUrd I acre 2 Dr. L. II. Wanton, of Danville, was retain u lien ou said lauds sold. Riley, popular London people, were I acre The amount to lie raised by this sale la es. Humber, Erne married this week. Judge Johnson successfully operated on by Dr. Hugh IlinateU to Im Including costs the sum of Pennington, Ceo 9 acres 3 tfM-J- . . It. MelHUVKLL, bought Dr. M. K. Pttinington's fine Young at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Bal M.O.. tioyle Circuit Court. Slaughter, Maltic lot timore. residence to take his bride to. U. 6. UAUUY, Attorney. T. J. HILL, Sherrf, The Interior Journal. well-know- n NOJ1CEI , LU6KY Sheriff V Sale For FOR YOU. 0; 0; Txes! MONDAY; FEB. 8, '09, ' ! court-hous- We have about 50 MEN'S SUITS, only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE, rather than style, can not afford to miss. They are not damaged, not shelf worn; a few of them are a little soiled. Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than $10, Ircmo-cratl- 1 Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. two'prices We want them out of the way. We need the money and we have assorted them and made CONCRETING llrat-clna- a ED. $5.00 and $7.50 A Suit. PHILLIPS BROS., 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. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. PUBLIC SALE 1 1 1 1 New Ledgers, Journals And Cash Books 1 Notice to Contractors 1 3-- 4 In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally. ft hoo-do- 8 PENNY'S DRUG STORE, six-ye- Jirst Tfational SftanAj Stanford, JCy. J9, $21, Commissioner's Sale store-noU- reul-ettut- o tl t; N.i-;1- .. s. Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens9to91-2c- . Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc. Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 ED. m Turkeys IO to 12c. Scrap Iron. Guineas $2 Per Dozen. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Ky. M i"vnimjm '- r-- pp5 s-s c Jj Ki :a UNTIL FEB'Y. We will oiler 'any Cloak or Fur in our houo at Mull's nml Neck Pieces. Money-Saving ONK-TIIIR- LST ofT Pillo wTop imT, id 3 Back -- For tlic price. The line embraced come iwcll styles in Ladies' Castor Coal", Haiti Coatc, You can nllord"to look n reason nlieatl nt thcec Prices. -- Children's Coats 2 and -- 3 Off the Price. liKKiHf i I.VVf ' JrifV f One Cent Buy six skeins of Richardson's Embroidery Silk Al our Art Department and get n 22x22 inch Bulgarian Cloth Pillow Top with Back (or one cent. Pillow top is the new Bulgarian Cloth and is stamped and tinted in colors, Your choice of various designs. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Moving pictures at Wnlton'a House Admission Cc. mm & SON. STANFORD KY. Embroidery and Lace Opening Season 1909. Opera W. R. Dillion, Jr., has his saw mill , Lai Robes and storm fronts at a big discount. J. C. McClary. on Cedar Creek nearly ready for .? Plows, plow harness and harness of New lino of spectacles. Eyes tcsto Stanfoud, Ky., - Jan. 2D, 1000 frcu at tho New Stanford Drug Co.'s iNCUnATon and threo brooders for all kinds, grass seed, etc. E. T. Pence. storo. sale; in good condition. Mrs. E. P. Lincoln county will more than likely 4t. For all klnos of fresh meats phone Woods, Stanford. havo a republican magistrate Squire Nkw assortment of local view post for of 178, and havu it sent to your house. J. s cards at Penny's Dtug Store. Tun oldest inhabitant docs not recall J. T. Roberts, of tho East End, has resigned and Gov. Willson will appoint very special bargains in Ilox L. Mecks. So MR n more beautiful Winter day than WedPaper, but the supply is limited. Ask Wanted, an experienced gardener. nesday. Yesterday started out pretty his successor. The opening of this season means with us no change of methto see them. Penny s Drug Store. Must come well recommended. Phone but clouds began to form about 8 o'ods, except in the hue of betterment; hotter facilities means ANDERSON LESLIE clock and a few snow flakes wero seen PERSONALSr 239, Danville. nt Lincoln Isn ciiixlliliitu fur circuit better eervicc. For many years this store lias been notctl for before wo went to press. county, subject to tin) actional tliu DemoMa. It. S. Martin, of Brodhcad, was cratic party. For Sale or Rent. The Warner its Lnces nml Embroideries. This eca-o- n will bo different only o There U entirely too much shooting on East Main Street. Aphero yesterday. in the extra effort put forth to make it the most successful in M. F. NORTH at night in Stanford for the comfort Waltkii V. Saunders is threatened ply at onco to W. K. Warner. Ii n candidate for County Attorney' of Linour long career. Hamburg insertions and edges to match; nil and pleasure of tho good people. Sofho coln county, siitiJt'Ct to the uctlonj.of tliu with pneumonia. new patterns per yard 10c nnd up to 50c. Corset cover emAttend S. P. Gray's salo beginning seems especially fond of Democratic pnrty. Miss Mary McKouekts was In Cinat 10 o'clock this morning. See in an- emptying his weapon on Lancaster Avbroidery, 18 inches wide, on Nainsook anil Swi-- s, per yard 00c cinnati yesterday. T. I. HILL, JR., other column what he will disposo of. enue between 10 o'clock and midnight. and up to 81. Baby mU, a large assortment of these popular Miss Minnib Woods Is visiting relaIk candidate for County Attorney of Lin? subject to the action of the tives at Darbourville. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris- Can't you put a stop to it, Mr. Carter coln county,party. edges and insertions, nil lieautiful patterns in match set?, per Democratic Mu. John Z. Spoonamorw is very ill tian church will meet at 2 o'clock FriTHE homo of tho lato John F. Cash ynrd 10 to 20c. in Swiss and Nninsook, every one with llriitht's diseaao. day afternoon with Mrs. John J. W. D. WALLIN on Danville Avenue is for salo privato-ly- . new and handsome in design, much in vogue this season,, per Sunday with E. N. W. Fowlb spent It candidate (or The residence is large, commodious ty,nsubject to tli Assessorof of Lincoln counyardS0c to 83.00. To close we offer 50 patterns of cotton action thu democratic S. Ilarlin at Ia Grange. -- Two rooms over and in good repair. There are 29J acres pnrty. For Rent. the torschon lnccs and insertions to match, 1 to 5 inches wide, 10 Mtt. A. G. KahtlanI), of Louisville, In the lot For further particulars call store of tho Misses Straub. Apis hero working insurance. and 12c values, our price 5c. Call and sec us. SM.OWENS Naply at onco to Mrs. Mary Straub, Stan- on 11. C. Baughman at tho First Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln counMrs. J. H. Paxton and iittlo son vistional Bank, or James N. Cash, Tur- ty asubject to the action ot.tlie, Democratic ford. parents at Lancaster. ited her party. ncrsville. Attend tho sale of Myers Bros.' livHon. J. N. Saunders was at Kieh- -' W. S.BURCH ery outfit beginning at 10 o'clock tomond this week on legal business. Reduced Rates via Queen & Cresvisited morrow, Saturday. Good lot of horses, cent Route. To New Orleans and Is a candidate for County Attorney of LinMiss Dotxir. McHoukkts coln county, subject to thu action of tho buggies, etc., to be disposed of. Mobile. Tickets on sale February 17th Democratic pnrty. friends in the Shelby City section. to 22nd inclusive. Return limit March Hon. P. M. McKoiieiits wasatltich-mon- d JOHN OWSLEY, JR., Cait. Walter W. Carter, of Leb- 1st with extension priviUgc March 13th, Is n candidate SAMcircuit Indue of this, practicing In tho Federal court. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. for thu anon Junction, came up Wednesday and 13th district, subject to Jlie action of the , 1909. For particulars ask Ticket Agents Mrs. Heiiecca Owens, of Haleigh. laid to iieiiiocruiic party. rest in Buffalo cemetery his lit- or N. C, was the guest of Mrs. L. M. address II. C. King, G. P. A., Lex tle daughter, Margaret Lucilo Carter, ington, Ky. CHARLES A HARDIN. Cook. who lived only a week. of Mercer county. Is n candidate for ComDr. II. C. Nunnemxy and wife, of ii Owing to n failure to make the lights monwealth's Attorney of this, the nth JuWinchester, were guests of hor parents At a meeting of the stockholders of work ns they should, the picture show dicial dlitrlct, subject to tho action of the democratic party. at McKinncy. the Lincoln County Fair, July 21, 22, 23 Wednesday night Mr. It. L. Porter, Jr., of St. Iou!s, were tho dates decided on. Mr. S. T. nt the opera house PARKER'S was a failure. Gas wns ordered from HAIR BALSAM arrived Wednesday to see his mother, Harris was president and Cincinnati and a dandy picture show Clfini and tirautiAcf th half, laxunaiit frowth. lrumott who is quite sick. James F. Cummins, secretary. Fall! Or ttTtr to Ita to Keatore Color. Friday. can be counted on for Hair p Youthful little son of William Ilrent, of The Cure art diwiwa A hair ItiLunfi. After this month 1 will sell for ,ish Tickets given back Wednesday night who has been ill for tho East End, No effort was only. I will not credit any one. I know will be good a long time, continues very low. made to give a show last night. Miss Ufssik Fowle and Iittlo sister. that I can mako it pay you to trade 300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. Alpha Fowle. aro visiting their Bister, with me and would be glad to have you The following appeared in tho edgive mo a trial. J. M. Phillips. roRle farm UlNer, Casey count Mrs. It. S, Hendren. at KIrksvillo. itorial columns of Monday's Advocate nml adjacent ont.reen tioo.1 tu'lKhliorhooilv. Lltinlo ami near school; I.Vlacrei enclosed, tillable, LCaiu'ENTER, of Hustonville, Geo. A Fox terrier, six months old. left my and tho gentleman's friends In Lincoln lino totiaiTo, corn and Brass land, residue who has been ill for some time, will homo Jan. 11 Ho has black cars, arc proud of the compliment paid him: womlinnd; well adopted to stocK raising; runs throuxti leave next week for Hendersonville, N. short tail, black spot on rump extend- News comes from Lincoln county that unfalltiK Urea in of line water outbuildings, the farm. Dwelling, well nml J.K. KtHlLK. C. ing down on his tail. Reward for his our old friend, Mr. M. Smith Baugh rrlce, Mlddleburg, Ky. Mrs. B. Chanceu-o- r and daughter, return. W, B McKinney, Stanford. man, will be nominated for sheriff at Miss Anna Chancellor, returned Tues- the primary to be held by the DemoFor Sale. -- Lot of nice, pure bred crats Saturday week, Feb. 6. This is day from a visit to relatives at Nobles-'villWm will offer to the highest bidder nt our Plymouth Rock, Buff Orpington, Black as it should be. During the four years lnd. slnblu on Deiiot street, Mrs. E. A. Ulain went to Lexing- Langshan and Silver Laced Wyandbtto ho was sheriff of that good county he HATUItDA V.JAN. :i. list), Will have lot on street Feb- proved the right man for tho place. He n lot of good horses, buggies, harness, stirton Tuesday to bo at the bedside of her cockerels. rers, drummers' wagons, double harnest brother, Richard Gentry, who sutlered ruary county court day in Stanford and was ever watchful of tho county's in and everything to make a s Uery MTfcK-- t ilitox.. Uncaster. Mrs.'w. 1 White, Stan- terests and no paper was ever placed In tnule. a stroke of paralysis. Col. J. 1'. Chandler, Auct. his farm near ford It. F. D. No. 4. ' 3t. V. M. Hick, who sold his hands that hodid not servo promptly, Turncrsville, has moved to his mother's Fire at London. Fire at London He is strictly a law and order man and The Joseph Price Sanatorium, farm in Boyle, much to the regret of yesterday morning destroyed tho Still-we- a Democrat in all tho word means many friends made in Lincoln. North LunciittirHtrcet, Hotel, Judgo William Lewis' resi- seems to us hu is tho strongest man Mrs. Anna I). VanArsdale return- - dence, G. A. Settlo's home, J. II. tho Lincoln county Democracy could 's Stanford, Kentucky. ed Tuesday night from a visit to Nash-villoffice and tho Methodist church, name and the fact TEat tho Republicans Isrelatives. Misses Lena pnd Pearl cnlniling a $20,000 loss. This is tho and evil doers do not want him to win Kor Trent ment of Diseases of tho Ke,Noc, Throat. Kar, lu'ctnl Hampton met her at Lebanon Junction. big fire London has had recently. should make the good people the more and surgery. H.teni fourth Kkv. Joe Severance, of this city, desirous to nominate and elect him left yesterday for Bowling Green to oct This office is getting out the ballots Mr. Bauughman has many relatives NICE HOME AT AUCTION ! a "Toastmaatcr" al the Y. M. C. A. to bo used in the primary to bo held in and friends in Danville and Boylo conn city last night. week, Feb. 6. ty who aro glad to know that his pros this county banquet given in that I will at public auction at S o'clock Frankfort Journal. The belief is general that considerably pects for tho nomination for tho ollice HATL'UIIAYAKTKItNOON.JAN.auTII, proprie'or of the over 2,000 votes will be cast and to of sherilT ore so rosy. George;0vens. at my homo In Crab Orchard. It Is it cottage of IK e rooms with three orches: good Mt. Vernon Monumental Works was mako assurance doubly Buro 3,600 offig well on hack of The county committeo met here Wed two rooms onporch.AllNice hero this week in tho interest of his cial ballots will bo furnished. Already lot. necei ary outbuildings In return in a week or tho candidates and their friends have uesday afternoon and named the fol One acregoodlotrepair. Abundance ol fruit. Helwill business. In and there Is n splendid garon premises. disposed of 3,000 or 4,000 educational lowing ollicers to serve at the primary den. Hale will occur D. rtTKKNUKUUKN, so on a soliciting tour for his house. J. to be held in this county Mrs. William Dunavent and child- ballots. Crab urchurU, Ky, week, Feb, G: rcn, of London, are visiting her On tho first day of Circuit Court, at Stonford No. 1 W. P. Robinson, Mr and Mrs. J. D. Bastin, pre- 1 FARM FOR P. M., Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, of Crab paratory to moving to Oklahoma, where Orchard, will speak for 30 minutes to judge; R. R. Gentry, judge; Winfred Duncan, sheriff; L. W. Hughes, clerk. On MONDAY, KKH. S IKM. nt o'clock Mr. Dunavent has been for a few tho . m e at farmers of Laurel county on stock door, Htnnford, Ky, Stanford No. 2 J. B. Foster, judge; I'. weeks. raising. At night, he will lecture at R. U. Hocker, judge; W. O. Walker, As the trustee ofn the estate of James ' deceased, will rent to the highest James I. White went to Mt. tho court house on "Law." Admission, Mrs. and Us t bidder for the term of one .ar, sherilT; P. L. Beck, clerk. lieglunlng with March 1, 1MV, and ending Vernon Tuesday to visit relatives. On gentlemen, 25 Iwlu, thu cents; ladies and children 3- -E. D. Kennedy, March 1, place, 3 farm know u ns the' James Stanford No. 1'epples the train she found her brother, Wm. free. Mr. Bobbitt is noted for his miles Kust of Stanford, judge; Wm. Beck, judgo; Wm. Fields, containing about lh) acres, thu successful KY. . Missouri, whom sho had not Baker, of bidder to execute a note lor the amount of thought and speech. ' seen for several years, bound for tho originality of sheriff; R. M. Newland, clerk. the rent, with upprutcd security, hearing S London Democrat. cent. Interest from Its Stanford No. 4 Ed Scott, judge; Leo perreject any and nil bids Is date. The right ms to same place. resened. KQUITAHLH UANK.t THl'HTCO., E. II. Walker Holtzclaw, judge; B. W. Gaines, sheriMarguerite Culton, of Crab How's Tins Mr. Miss Walton, Ky. Lick that the fox lT; Embry Beazlcy, clerk. Orchard, is visiting Miss Ida Rlnehart. writes ua from Paint E. Parrlsh, Crab Orchard No. -P. hound lost during tho National Fox Dr. and Mm. Frank Jones, of after a visit to relatives here, Hunt at Crab Orchard in November, judge; E. L. King, judgo; Henry Wells, have returned home, accompanied by turned up safo and sound at thu home Bheriff ; Thomas Durham, clerk. Crab Orchard No. 2 Charles Redd, Lincoln Lodge No. k. K.A A.M. will meet her sister, Misa Flora Porter. London of his owner, C. Floyd Huff, at Hot - OFon Springs, Ark., a few days ago. The judge; George D, Boone, judge; W. T. In stilled communicationeach each first and Sentinel. third Monday nights ol mouth, at 7:90 street, C. H. Moser, who has been hero and doe had to cross tho Mississippi river Tucker, sheriff; Henry Newland, clerk. uciock in ineir nan on aiuui lodges Membeisot sister High-Clas- s Hustonville No. 1 W. M. Myers, ternally IntUs-- to Is' present. (J. L.are fraat other stations near as telegraph op- to get to his homo and it is supposed lViiuy, . erator tho past year, left Wednesday that tho swam It. It took considerable Judge; Emmett McCormack, judge; M. V, MT. W. l'emilnglon.i-k'Cnfaht for his homo at Stanford, where senso and courago to mako tho trip," F.i Herring, Bherilf; John Sandidge, Will bo held nt ho will Bpend thu remainder of tho Windog seemed to havo both. clerk. ter. B. D. Holtzclaw, of Stanford, tho but the V.USTONVILLE,. Hustonville No. 2 A. M. Frye judge; hay man. was In town on business. Hurt. David Holman, tho manly F. N. Sims, judge; McKce It iffe, slier-ii,London Democrat ox little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. HolC. W. Adams, clerk. man, was badly1 hurt Sunday afternoon. LOCALS. Hustonville No. 3 Snm Vanhook, He wai riding his pony when thu ani- judgo; W. A. CoiTey, judge;lJ. M. CarAdmisMoving pictures Wo shin nest iiuiilltv Held and uardtn and started to run. Damal got scared ter, Sr , sheriff; A. L. Carter, clerk, seeds direct to farmers ut lowest wholesale sion Cc. vid wus thrown from thu saddlo and prices. 1 -- W, F. Camden, Wayncsburg No. Writo for Kntry' Illanks. We sell rioters, grasses, seed oats, seed Clothes French cleaned. Cook & one of his feet hanging in tho stirrup, Bhorllf; Seymour McMullin, judge; Os- corn, cauo tctd, millet, cow- peus.sojn lieuus, considerable distancp. car Reynolds, judge; II. Hays, clerk. seeu poiaioes, caoiNigu piuuis, im). ho was dragged a Farmer. . tomato situs, onion lets. Harden Sale Wayncsburg No. 2 Robert Rigney, Ikmiiis, Kurden pens, nil kinds garden. Held The pony's feet cumo in contact with always the same; never va- Rex coal, and of times and ho was ren- judge; Sebastian Chevolotte, judge; W, ers. How er seeds, land nlaster and fertilis him a number Alford clerk; Write us for prices and samples. Htato HUSTONVILLE, KY. ries. Denham Bros. he lit- C Wayncsburg Boone3 Flint, sheriff. dered unconscious for awhile, No. John Hollas, wum ou want. NAHIl Vll.I.K HKKDCO., tle follow was doing as well as could be lurlia: (Jaaa . McGuffev.- ludtro: John I Rex coal is guaranteed to pleaso. 115 Hccond Ave.. North, . . aBig Sale of Business Horses WiUbejHeld March 24 and 25.' r. .. Hutchison, auenir, a. u. James, clerk. Nashville, Tenu. expected at last accounts. T. J It nuikam DrAfl. m "'"'"' cli-rstoro-houssome-of-gun All-ovemm mil-line- TRIBBLE & HUGHES, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, m Full Stock of Oliver Chilled PLOWS' and Repairs. e. NOTICE. ilrst-clns- W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. ll Still-well- o (ieulto-l'rlmir- Watch This Space Next to Date Goods. sue for Bargains in Up par-ent- s, RENT! 1 eourt-lion.- l'ep-ile- s. Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, ?-- May-woo- d, 1- MASONS' MEET. A BIG C01IU 10 SALE ! man-ford.K- Stallions and lacks KENTUCKY, r; t. February ' and it, 1909. - Hustonville Combination Company, I v V r . "- - ' Ul t l ' Vj)tiM ,mi,i I ar i .- - m . ., lie ''""l"''11 J.i-w -. "H1" 1 SV M M lll. ,P.UW- -. " r H " I J" mil .iiy lli "f'''i"i"frT'""P' '"''" "' i . i v if t I .4 U I J f Pi H V! f President Helps Orphans. OFFICIAL CALL. Hundreds of orphans have been Official cull for democratic primary helped by tho 1'rrsldent of Tho Induselection for Lincoln county, to noml- trial and Orphan's Homo at Macon, Stanford at nato candidates for county offices, gnterttl in the Oa i who writes! "Wn havn used meond-ela- u mattrr. 1st. A primary election ia hereby TOting Klectrlo Hitters In this Institution for called to bo held in tho several exprecincts of Lincoln county on Satur nlno years. It hot proved a most mcdlclno for Stomach, Liver day, February, 6th, 1909, between 6 A. cellent No. SI, Mouth, lit! P.M. and Kidney troubles. Wo regard H M. and 4 P. M., for the purpose of nom No. ffl, HoUth.ll.lM A K. as ono of the best family medicines on No. II, North, 4iH a. m. inating democratic candidates for tho No. . North, 5:17 r. M. Invigorates tho vital orNo. 17, Irt:l7 A M, offices of county judge, county attor- earth." It IiM P. M. No. ! gans, purifies the blood, aids digesrepney, county clerk, sheriff, jailer, resentative, assessor, echool superin- tion, creates appetite. To strengthen JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. up thin, pale, wcakehlldren tendent, magistrates of the several nnd build run-dopooplo It has no equal. coro- or Truth magisterial districts, constables, The Iiest for femalo complnltiU. Only COe Every person In this city who is suf- ner nnd surveyor, j Penny's Drugstore. 2nd. All democrats who are legal nt fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandm scalp dis- voters of Lincoln county, or who will Four men were burned or suffocated ruff or any form of skin or ease, can find relief and be permanent- bo legal voters on tho 2nd day of No- to death in a fire which gutted the ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi vember, 1909, are entitled to voto In Southern Hotel at Forth Worth, Tex. their respective precincts, and aro re external use. All aurgeisis ten Tho cleverest Imitation of real Coffee quested to do so. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 3rd. Every candidate who desires to over yet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health Is have his name printed on tho ballots to Coffee. It Is fino In tlavor-an- d be used in said primary election shall mado In just ono minute. No tedious on or before 12 o'clock midnight of the 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from Surgeon Dontlst, 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug of the committeo STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. the treasurer ns tho entranco feethe sum Store. In the hereby fixed Office over McRoberts Drug Store in race for the office for which ho is a Hillis List, county attorney of Henry, candidate, said sum so realized to be is dead at I'leasurevlllc. Ho was once the Oweley Buildiup. used in defraying tho expenses of the a law partner of John D. Carroll. primary. At the same time the candiwritten notice to the rnsuris Tobacco and Jobacco date shall give he W.L.MCARTY desires to bo a candi Is n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln counchairman that larns. ty, subject to the action ot tho democratic. date, and name the office he seeks. Prty The entrance fee of candidates shall Nothing But Insurance. be as follows: For sheriff, $40; for M. S. BAUGHMAN county judge, $10; for county at- Is a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln county D. torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for subject to the action of tho democratic ' party. The Insurance Man, jailer, $15; for nssessor, $10; for rep STANFORD, KY. resentative, $10; for school superintendJOHN J. MOSER ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. Ilesldence I'hone l; OIllco, M. a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, 4th. The election shall be held in all 10, bled to the action of the Democratic Insure with me and be fully respects as required by statute relative Prty. protected. to primary elections, and a uniform JAMES C. HAYS ballot shall be used in all voting preof cincts. The chairman of the commit- is a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county, inbjrct to the action the Democratic tee is directed to cause to be printed Prty. n handsome, large young Jersey Hull, de- and distributed to the several voting I. scended from n long and unbroken line of DINK FARMER the most noted bulls and cows on the precincts the necessary ballots and all of Jersey Kngland and America. Ilia for the Democratic nominaIi a sire Is one ot the best hulls ever Imported supplies necessary to the legal conduct tion candidate of Lincoln county, subject to for Jailer ghemti of the election. and his dam Isn show cow that has you the action of the democratic, party. pounds of rich nilllc In one day. If begets Like or the Likeness of 5th. The democratic county commitsome Ancestor" and hae u strictly good W.A.CARSON cow. you should nvall yourself of his ser- tee shall appoint officers to hold the vice, lie will Ixj allowed to serve n limited election in each precinct, who shall be Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho Democratic numlier of npprosed, registered cows The Interior Journal Poii-Offitt- A. R. WALLACE It a cAnrttdnle for Commr of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the lieinocratlo primary Kt. , loot. ZORA P. SMITH Ii n candidate for magistrate. In the It titton vllle district, subject to the action of tho Ihmuoc ratio party. W. M DUDDERAR Is a candidate lor magistrate, of the dlstrlct,subjecl to the action of the Democratic party. T. Clearance Sale! AH L5N.TIWE TABLE K. HELM, SR., le Is n candidate for magistrate In the district, subject to tho action ot the democratic party. JAMES MeKECHNIE Is n candidate for Maglstrnto In Htnnford District, subject to the action of tho MEAL EXCHANGE. I am nt nil times prcpanil to exchange meal for corn. My mill will run eery Saturday. Dick linker,; Miller. J.ll.OII.KKItMON. Ural) Orchard, Ky. the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. ALL-WOO- .... CRAVENETTES. $18 Coat now Cont now 812 fiO Cont now 810 Coat now 81-- r L OVERCOATS 89 18 8 48 G A. S. PRICE, O. f. CARTER, "" 811 . New Llvorv Depot Street, Phone 06, 815 Coat now 812 50 Cont now 8 18 $10 Coat now (5 08 $7 50 Coat now 5 Coat now 15 11 .18 US 4 .'I 08 48 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. n" Itching-Ski- 820 Suit now Sir. 817 50 Suit now Diseases-. Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid 815 Suit now for external use. Zcmo gives instant 812 fiO Suitiuuiw 12 Jesse Wearen, elief and permanently cures any form 810 Suit now )( Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All 87 r0 Suit now Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, 85 Suit now lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Grrcii lints from 81 50 to 811 50 II, KtcDxm Hats 83 50 to 85 00 8 08 Fnncy lint Hnndi 25c to 50c (i 18 Tho nicest lino of neckI US wear, new and neat 25c to 50u .'I 18 Collar 1.1c, 2 for 25c .18 18 U 1)8 J. FARM FOR SALE! The farm of llOacres, of good blue grass land, lying one mlln North of McKlnney.nu the Mtanford pike. Improvements and fencing good; plenty of water and fruit. land one tulle Also 12.1 acres of tlmls-reKast of M r Kinney: half und.r fence; - plenty of witter mill good tolsiceo land J.A.OIVKNH.Agrnt, McKinney, Ky, Hgrow-ngcro- Adorina's Fox Men's and Boys' Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice. AU-Wo- ol Stock of Merchandise for Sale. desire to sell privately my stock'ol Hardware, liolng it good Will tnOlr ntwtlt lUw. Iteaion til health. Oi:0. D.HOl'lTlt.Htanford.Ky. I husl-less. out-Ide- f our own herd this year, for n fee ot Make engagement IWore sending STicach. HEID 4 OTTKK, cow to bred. Htnnford, Ky. Telephnno 8ci. N. It. We hat o to offer three etra choice will be sold at right prices. bull calves that 1 At McKinney, Ky., f i n' tee and mailing card with full Inst "uctlons. We send It lo unv address by mull on repackage or sl piickagis for ceipt of H taken In 15. Hetter order ii hot time you might sate :i big doctor's bill, lteineiulier If jou take the Kemedy according to Instructions and are not lieneflttd. you get jour dollar back. You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only bv our duly authorized agents. Itfcl'llKN WILLIAMS, Agent. 1 r Heinedy, the You ciin And our Htimdanl reatest blood and liver medicine ),.t known, J nensoof UhcuumtUm, Halt Kheiiui, Kidney Trouble and all dUea.es urlolng from Impure blood It has no vtUnl. It Is iiuinil-facture- d under the pure fnoil act of June 1WM, and guaranteed 1) the ninnufiictiir.'r II t he ftenicdy Is taken according to direct Ions by hoor she Is nndlf Heniedy we not lienelltedyour the use money wlllrefund of the AVe can do nothliiK more. Kacli package contnlns 9M doses with ii registered guaran- ;. FURS Hides and m Weol Feathers, Tallow, Bvetwax. Cuueoc. ' Golden SeaUYeHow Root), Mar Apple, We are dealer ; Wild Ginger, etc rvtaUiihn in 1856 "Oref bl a century to LouwtCle" and can do better for you tKta arots or commtSBoo coercKaatx. Reference, Writ for wUy any Dank in LouiiviDe, price Hit and Kpfna Uji, & M. LOUISVILLE, KY. 229 E. Market St. We Buy selected from lists furnished by all candidates who desire to submit lists. The officers shall be as nearly divided as possible as to judges, clerks and sheriffs among the various candidates. The officers of the primary shall, as soon as ths polls arc closed, which shall be done at 4 P. M., proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each and every candidate for office, and after counting same they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes furnished by the committee, sealing up the boxes as required by law, and, within two days thtreafter, 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 ev ery candidate for office in the precinct, and place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in tho ballot boxes. 6th. The returns are to be mado to the chairman of the county committee, and should he be absent from the coun- Prty. ALLEN T D. C. for Assessor li candidate the action of of Lincoln counthe Democratic ty, subject to party. J. W. party. FOLEY a scientific preparation foi external use. Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Ecxema quickly yields and ii permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St.Louls.Ma ZEMO, Eczema is Curable Our high Top Shoes consist of many different styles and prices, ranging from $3.50 to $4j00. $s3.50 Shoe now $2.98. $4.00 Shoe now $3.48. We honestly believe that when it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of durability, we have the best that a manufacturer can turn out of a leather hide. Is a candidate for As.sorof Llncolncoun-ty.iubjec- t to theoctluu of the, democratic Penny's Drug Store. J. ty subject to P'Tty. Is n candidate A. DUDDERAR When Ordering Clothes i liy a tailor of exII n oj our iiieiisuist tiik.-iperience. Then your clothes, whit herit low price huslnens suit or the tlnest evening clothes, will lime that I udlt (duality and lit which ptalnly ludlrate they were made to your measure. I will alto take your measM. C. 8AUFLEY ure for etrn trousers, fancy ests, top Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this, the coatsand mercoats. Kiill and Winter sam, Utli Judicial district, subject to tho action ples on hand ready for your , of the Dtmocmtlc party. H.O. ItUl'LKY. The Tailor, lnsH-ctlon- forseorof Lincoln Countho action oljthe democratic Men's Felt Boots, Hen's and Women's Rubbers, All Reduced Accordingly. FOR SALE (Stanford, Ky. I lien's and Women's Sanitary, tHiwer Itoiier mid engine nnd saw mill for sale. Will sell either or Ixith. On s. Knhhm.v, Ottenhelm, Ky. The Pottolllce, Wnynesburg, Ky. guard safest, surest andit most adequate for the futuro Is policy III Safeguard the Future The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life ! safe- To Our Customers Present and Prospective. Heavy, Fleeced Lined Underwear. Best Quality THIRTY-NIN- E V Sabel Sons, 51.1. J.L.Beazley&Co., awSVrMHfiKBKflasiMi ty, then to the secretary of the committee, 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 is directed to give noticeof this election as is required by law. G. L. Penny, Chm'n. J. Ii. Hailey, Sec'y. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. r,r ir. Undei tauera and Embalm ere. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds .of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. II ? C. McClary, The Advocnto says that D. C. Tuck er bought 200 hogs at 4c. Fou Sale. -- Cultivated hemp seed, 1908 crop. J. II. Walker, Richmond, Ky. D. M. Arderson sold to J. II. Thomp-S3- n a air of coming mules for $250. y James P. Rogers bought of Mrs. Garner CO acres of bottom land in the Kast End at $50. For Sale. Duroc Jersey sow with seven pigs fouejnonths old. J. C. Bailey. Crab Orchard, Ky Fort Sale. 33 coming mules. Good ones. J. C. Robinson, Danville, Ky. Roth phones. 4t. I have 13 'coming mules for sale. Will sell all or by pair. Henry Catron, R. F. D. No. 1, Stanford. John E.. Madden, of Fayette, has sent his stallion, Plaudit, to France to put him at the head of u breeding farm. Henry Schubert brought to town on Monday u rather "hefty" shoat that weighed 0C5 pounds, says tho Dover News. Senator R. L. Hubble sold to T. C d mulos Rankin 33 coming at $150. Mr. Rankin shipped them to three-year-ol- d Le-Rothree-yeur-ol- The Indlun Redoing Company has now leon doing business In and. around Stanford about a year and wo takothU opportunity to assure our many customers of our slncero appreciation of their patronngu and our earnest leiro to serve tuem at all timet- - nnd ulso to bollclt new business fact Unit our comIt is a petitor lnw Ix'cn net ho and strenuous In their efforts to take away our business, bill in the face ot all their efforts we have enjojed a fair per eent of tLe trade for which we are grateful to u generous public A fair share of tho lmsiiKi-- is all wo usk and hope that our friends can see. thelrwuy clear to continue to give us this. Wo have u fully equipped distributing station at Danville, Ky., und carry a complete I lino of burning oils and gasoline and can mako Immediate shipments of all irrades of lubricating oils and greases from our refinery at Georgo.own, Ky., tho largest manufacturing Institut'on In tho State. We aro absolutely independent of the tnlst und to again prove this, uo publish the sworn statement of tho president of our Institution. Should any person muko the statement to you that wo nro put t of am other company huvu them put tho statement In wilting, then send us tho statement und we will hund It to the proper legal authorities and theso statements wjll cease. Wo have many unsolicited testimonials ns to tho quality of our goods and only usk the prospecthu cuntomciM to glvo us n fair trial and let thutcsultsspeuk for thomsolu-- s no Peddler Wagons. Wo ICespectfully yours, well-know- n 9 oiK-rnt- It Is conspicuous for economical management, lliieralltt of its ixiiicy contriut, fair dealing with Its mcmlicrsiiud large returns to policy noiuers. lhe company is Just entering the nil other companies ciimlilued. Write for particulars. slating iigenud whether mar-- I lid or single to It.M. VKWLXSD Hiwrlal Agt. Myers House Flats, htmilord. James I, lute, Hollellor for Kockcastif l-- of it successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than SIXTY FOURTH YEAR CENTS. Mahony & Rankin, INSURANCE, Fire, Life, The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented. Call around early while you can get your size. Also a nice line of Dry Goods and Notions. Call around; we wilj take pleasure in showing you any time. Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Klght of the lending companies of the world represented. Iloiupttein rales with nil the companies uf tliu world. n cord iiti.urpiik.ed. Never had n law suit to the history uf this agency, l.oe promptly paid and wltiioiit discount. No waiting itldays for your money, Ilefore Insuring, cull oil SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. 1NIUA.V Atlanta. C. F. Taylor, of Peoria, III., bought of Virgil Dunbar, of the tame tection. fruit farm for $15,50). Tho a orchard contains apples, peaches and apricot trees. Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer in Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, OBct Phone, 1ST. - KY- S3. Hom;l'hone Pains ot women, head pains, or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with See Dr. Shoop's Plnlc Pain Tablets. full formula on 25o. Hox. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo Agent, Danville, Ky,, Branch Cincinnati, O., Oct 31, 100S To Whom It May Conckun: Tho undei signed, upon oath, declares und says: That tho Indian Holloing Company, of Georgetown, Ky., Is Independent of tho Standard Oil Company and Its branches, and Independent of any other Company, corporation or Interest, and that It Is not a subsidiary Company of any other corporation bv association, contract or understanding; and that no other all dealing corporation or association owns un Interest In this Company. Richmond Lkvkkino. President Indlun Refilling Co. ) Stuto of Ohio :ss County of Hamilton. I Subscribed and sworn to bo fore me, a Notary Public, in und for said county, (his 30(h day of October, 1008. Raymond Tdllis, Notary Public Hamilton County. W. C. Woi.KOitD, lti:riNl.(l Li). Buy the 11 I Indigestion I OLIVER PLOW. I I II IH I W. H. HICG1NS, I I Dr. Shoop's I Stanford, Kentucky. Im Restorative 'J MAHONY & RANKIN, aal aLl B he Insurance Men of Stitiii'onl. asH sal aaV trouble Ii but a lymptom of, and not a tru disease, vte thing of uripepsi. ileanbiirii, and Indigestion at run! diseases, lei tner are symptoms only of it cerutla sn Uo Nerve slclntjss nothlnir else. It was. this act that tint correctly led Dr. snoop In the creation of that now terr uooular Stonur ti lUmedy Dr. Shoop's Itfttoratlio. doing direct to the tUvmaoh nerves, atone brought that tivcesi and favor to Dr. tJboopand hit Itestoratlve. Without that original and highly vital I'rtndpjs, uo turn lasting sccoraiMI jbmtuU were ever to lit had. t or stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad tireath and sallow complexion, try Dr. hhoop'i Itrttoratlvti TubkU or Lliia.d bad &cu lof Yoar- ton wait 11 can ami win 0.0. soil and choer- fully recommend in lueii aB v ooaaoaoa . PENNY'S DRUG STORE.