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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOP JOURNALc VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2 1909 J 95- f I71cxi Pergetwt John G Pepples For Assessor r I 1 riXX1ary e t atorday74He will appreciate your voting for him and would be glad to have you see your neighbor and have him do likewise For that act of kIndness and splendid feelIng youmanltest for hIm he promises in re turn to give EVERY PROPERTY HOLDER A SQUARE DEAL He will as far as is in his power un der the law try to lift the burden off of the oppressed poor people of Lincoln county and let sunshine and happiness attend every familys fireside as well as being equally as just more fortunate YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE CORDIALLY APPRECIATED I IN MEMORIAM In memory of litita Minnie Pearl Sc bastlan whoso tout took its flight Dec 2 1908s Oh how It grieves ua to give our dar ling up Hut remember wo nil have to drink from the bitter cup Of course our dear Lord knows wha can bear 1we not Rlvo us over our share therIJ So he took little Minnie to vacant scat K She has gono to meet her little listen that Jesus called before r Waiting to welcome her at tho door Three little angels hand in hand Gone to Join that happy hand And If welive right It wont be long Until we shall join them In their song Our dear Lord of course knows best Thats why ho called little Minnie home to rest Sickness nor sorrow she will never know Nor of the worldly troubles hero belowI She is with her loved ones up skies Whero there will never be any goodbyes Safe in n world that shall never led Let our prayers be to meet her forever Amen t t MAMIK SEHASTIAN RtJjlELLUonry Russell of ncni unction City passed from tho stage o earthly action at tho good old ago of 77 years like ns a shock of corn fully ripe It Brother Russell was n member of tho Christian church for 29 year during which timo wu did not know much about his standing as a member but six years ago ho came into tho Church of Christ under tho preaching of Brother Hubbard of Stanford We uro told that ho lived a consistent lift from that time until death claimed him He leaves a devoted wife six children and a number of grand children to mourn his loss Children weep not foi your great loss is his eternal gain You will never hear his voice moro Because his tongue is still You can meet him on Canaans shore That Is If you will Break oil your sins by doing right Bo n Christian full of might Always dare tho foe to fight the M asters 41B- j I Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept In led for live weeks Blood poison from n spid lozs blto causod largo drop sores to cover Ills leg The doctors failed then BucklonB Arnica Salvo completely cured molI writes John Washington I of Bosquovlllo Tex Por eczema bolls burns and piles Us supreme 25o at Pennys Drug Store Tho salo of 236000 shares of stock in tho Chesapoako Ohio Railway Co to a syndicate by Fred C Scott of Scott Stringfellow Richmond Vn and Edwin Hawley man puln tor from Kuhn Loob Co of New York means the passing of that road from Interests been closely allied with thA Pennsylvania railroad I Fire at Kansas destroyed A B Holloways boarding stable to gather with 20 lino horses Several of tho horses wero valued at from 1000 to 2000 each Tho total loss Is esti mated at 76000 A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Ponnys Drug Store 1 The antiJapanese bills in modified form DRain will taken by the Legislature of California this week I Thomas B Reed has been appointed- postmaster at Combs Madison county CHURCH MATTERS A big revival is In progress at tho Methodist church in Campton The Third Baptist church building nt Hot Springs Ark was uprooted by heavy winds that have prevailed thro out that State The edifice was llftc up and carried over n block A great Baptist revival has Just been held at Hydcn Leslie county It last ed a month and over 75 pcoplo wen converted Roy J M McKeehan or Williamsburg did most of tho preach lag Anti Saloon League Field Day Sun day at Stanford Rev J W West superintendent of Kentucky Rev AirIColley and Rev W S Brooko will be hero and occupy throe pulpits A full program will appear next issue Antl Saloon League Convention Mon day Rov J W West will address tho people at 2 P M at thocourt house No services at tho Methodist church Sunday morning on account of Anti Saloon Field Day Services in nil the churches at night According to tho census of the bishops and archbishops just made there are 11285451 Catholics in tho United States about a fifth of the population Counting tho Philippines Porto Rico I and tho Hawaiian Islands there are 22 I 474 140 underthe United States flag Tho I Catholics largely outnumber tho other denominations but it must bo remem- beredI that in enumerating them the children of all Catholic parents nre counted as members Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stono a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trou blo and the gravo to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold1 he writes Jlthnt developed a cough that stuckto me In spite of all remedies for years My weight run down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings Now Discovery which restored my health completely r now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds ob stlnuto Coughs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled 60o and f1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store A Jackson special says A petition was filed In tho Circuit Clerks office hero against Mrs Lou Ellen lIar is widow of Judge James Hargis by his creditors asking that tho real estate be sold to pay his debts It Is alleged that Judge Hargis left debts amounting to 30000 and that tho personal prop erty is being wasted by his executrix Mrs Hargis Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope said three doc tors to Mrs M 15 Fisher Detroit Mich BU hoeing from severe rectal troll bio lies Sn an operation than I usdd rir Kings Now Life Pills she wrltoRfJI11l wholly cured II They prevent Appendicitis euro Constipa lion Headache 2 at Pennys Drug Store Vice President Fairbanks appointed Senators Burrows of Michigan and Bailey of Texas tellers to represent tho Senate in the counting of tho electoral voto which will take place in tho chamber of tho Houso on Feb 10 r Foley a Ort o Laxative elites consti Patton and liver troubleand makes tho bowels healthy and regular Orlno Is superior to pills and tablets da ltdoes not grlpo or nauseate Why take anything olsoV Now Stanford Drug Co Damage from fire and havoc wrought by the high wind estimated duringFridayhoma The homo of Nahtaniel Workman in Bath county burned and two of his children were cremated r NEWS NOTES A local option election will be held In Catlettaburg on April G Three men were killed when a sewe IndI a dragon I While Sexton Prico was digging a grave for his sister at Ainsworth la I ho dropped dead- Lexington is to have a new bank Its name will be the Prudential Saving Bank and its capital will be 16000 Two more Indiana counties went dry Friday one by 2470 and the other by 7G4 There 24 saloons in the two coun tiesDave Edwards who In March of last year killed J W Davis a foreman on a railroad contract was hanged at Chattanooga Tcnri The Carlton Texas Stole Bank wet entered by burglars tho safe blown open and 10000 stolen Tho robbers escaped leaving no clue Tho building and plant of the Virile Food Company at Middlcsboro valued at JCOOO was destroyed by fire There was 2000 insurance on plant and build lag The plant of tho Dally Oklahoman and tbo adjoining building occupied by the local branch of the J L Case Plow Co at Oklahoma City was destroyed by fire Tho Interstate Commerce Commission has ordered railroads in the South to refund 165000 to shippers it being held that nn advanced rate on lumber was unreasonable Harry Woody a railway brakeman was Instantly shot to death at Emory Gap Tenn by Thomas Tucker It Is said the two men were engaged in a poker game when a dispute arose The postofilcc at Scottsville was entered by burglars the safe blown open and several hundred dollars in money and stamps besides several registered letters and a mall pouch were taken In the Federal court at Richmond Judge Cochran ruled that the action of tho postmaster general In stopping the mails of tho York Distilling Company of Newport before it had been proven guilty of fraud was unlawful The Chesapeake Ohio railroad con trol of which recently passed into the hands of a new syndicate headed by Edwin Hawley and E II Huntington will bo greatly improved Important connections arc to be made that will make tho road ono of the great trunk lines No changes in the management are contemplated Following Its construction of the Kentucky antitrust law in the International Harvester case tho Court of Appeals reversed tho judgment of 2 700 fine returned against the American Tobacco Company in tho Henry County Circuit Court The lower court was dt rected to sustain tho demurrer to the penal suit filed against the Tobacco Company on tho ground that no allega Jon was made that the company entered into any trust or combination to in crease the price of tobacco Foloys Honey and Tar clears tko air passages stops tho Irritation In the throat Soothos the Inflamed membranes and tho mostjobstinato cough disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs urohoaled and strengthened pad tho cold Is expelled from the system Uofiise any but tho genuine in tho yel low package Now Stanford Drug Co Tho count of votes InUto race for president of the United Mine Workers of America Is said to have proceeded tar enough to show that President Lew li will be reelected by a handsome majority John Walker his opponent is said to be making preparations for a ionteatProvontlesthose Candy Cold Curo Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and tho Grip Trythem once and see 14823c Sold by Penny s Drug Store r i I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IA new opera house will be erected at I Tyrorsuffered Barbourville Rogers Gore has sold the SprlD field Sun to Hugh Lee Smith Mrs Pop Harmon aged 84 is dead In tho Enido section of Mercer B F Hudson bought tho Potts Mill property at Lancaster for 3570 Tho residence of John Austin at Dunnville was burned to the ground Wednesday night A son of John Dunham of PulaskI fell from a train near Chattanooga and- was instantly killed- Bnrbourvillo is in the midst of a build- Ing boom and several business blocks are in course of erection Miss Addie Cook the 17yearold daughter of W R Cook formerly of this county is dead at Somerset Charles Herndon who killed his wife In Whitley county some 12 years ago has been captured at Denver Col A threeyearold son of Mr Isaac Harmon Junction City was dangerously burned while playing around an open grateAlder H Cowan and Fred Reed who said they were deserters from the U S army gavo themselves up to Sheriff Coulter at Danville Mrs William Gtlpin ono of the oldest women in Casey county died at Gil pins store Death was due to Infirm- Ities incident to ago Near Barbourvillo Thomas Brackett had four fingers shot off of each hand while engaged in a shooting beo with a fellow named Jackson Lewis Walker executor of L Y Leavell is hating a handsome monU- ment placed over his grave in tho Lan caster cemetery It cost 2700 and was built by William Adams Son of LexingtonThe circuit court was reversed in tho ease of the L N railroad igamst Tinsley Stewarts administra tor The lower court gavo a verdict for 12000 for tho death of Tinsley Tho reversal is on thoadmission of tes timony ns to repairs made after the wreck in which ho was killed The Federal grand jury at Richmond has returned indictments charging conspiracy and murdor against Berry Simpson his two sons Jesse and Harvey Reuben West George Stanley Olives and Elisha Slavin The men are charged with banding together for tho purpose of intimidating the employes of tho Stearns Lumber Co and engaging in n fight with deputy U S marshals Judge Charles J McConnaghy for mer County Judge of Wayne county and more recently cashier of the Cit Sons National Bank of Monticello who vas arrested chargd with embezzling 55000 of the banks funds causing It- to close its doors is reported dying of smallpox tho Newport jail and the case now pending in Federal Court may nov er come to trial Two men implicated In the Stearns mine riot and now In the jail developed tho loathsome disease first and McConnaghy contracted it from them it is said The oofLong Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method eats with the blood But long ago nllllons of Americans had proved iUectrto Bitters prolongs lIfo and lakes it worth living It purifies eu Iches and vitalizes tho blood re mllds wasted nerve cells Imparts life md tone to fho entire system Itsl a odsend to weak sick and debilitated cople Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months II writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me butElec trlc HItters cured mo entirely Only We at Penbys DrugJStore They are still on the Sharpe jury at Nashville Nine urora had been accepted up to jester day About 1200 talesmen were ex mined h b A- TCOST 1 In order to make room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily we will sell at absolutely Cost for the next 3 I D ft Y SOur stock of WinterGoods con sisting of Overcoats Heavy Suits for Men and Boys Underwear Heavy Shoes Felt BootsI MENS SUITS sizes 34 35 and 36 750 to 10 VAL DES Choice 3 TKMS STRICTLY CASH Cummins Wearen r r STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTRIC RANGESThe Range to buy a full saver n mouey maker tho bcst bakcr A largo line of select from and we will appreciate a call GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford f r i J The Interior Journal JEoCo WALTON JIt TUG State Journal Frankfort has r made a ten strike In securing the ser i vices of Mr James L Newman one of the best newspaper men in the State ti act as its managing editor For a long time he represented the Courier Jour nal and Louisville Times but he was too good a democrat and too close to Gov Beckham for those papers and they le him out about the time they were rais ing heaven and earth to defeat the gov- ernorI for U S Senator The Cincin l nati Enquirer made him a flattering of I for at that time and he has been on that great newspaper since Mr New man is a native of Frankfort and if i 1 very popular He will make the Jour nal an even better paper although it it I I par excellence now THE reception room of the governor in the new Capitol wilt be one of th most beautifully decorated rooms o any Capitol building in the West The work will be executed in keeping with the period of the room suggested in the architecture namely Louis XIV The enrichment of the ceiling will be in plaster relief and be treated to corres 1 oJ pond or harmonize with the tapestry pointed panels that are to be placed in the panels of the side walls These i panels are to be executed in a series of r verger landscapes as those that were f r executed by the Goblin factories in the ttimeof Louis XIV introducing a num J ber of scenes surrounding the palaces i of Versailles and the Chateau districts j iTilEWest Virginia law makers are a to solve the vexing question o lpistolcarrying and the Senate has pass feda bill which provides that all persons desiring to carry pistols may pay a 10 license secured from the circuit court I and that the applicant must give 1 days notice by publication The gun carrier mustgive bond in the sum o- J 3500 on which he is liable for acct weaponI ardly habit and the bane of this coun titrythe elimination of which deserves best thought and action i SENATOR DEPEW of New York s pay 300 a day for a single room i- e ftheCorcoran building in Washiugtoi t 1 oa inauguration day in which to en tertain his sriends Only men havin- v i the smell of John Ds coal oil can af- fordi such luxuries GEN GOMEZ on Thursday was inaug urated president of Cuba with impresj sive ceremonies Provisional Gov Ma governJfor the United States on the new Maine Y 1 THE Louisville Board of Trade ha extended a hearty welcome to the whis ky men who will be driven out of Ten nessee by anti booze legislation If iv they all accept Marse Henri will have la lots of company POLITICALr The W C T U has a bill before the Ohio Legislature to prohibit the manu facture sale or gift of cigarettes Commonwealths Attorney B J Be thurum of Somerset has announced for the republican nomination for cir cult judge After 16 years on the bench Chief Justice John R Tyson6f the Alabama t Supreme Court resigned to reenter the practice of laws A number of Madison and Garrard republicans have sprung the name of Louis L Walker of Lancaster for col 4 lector of this district President Roosevelt has given ape tproval to the plan to put the head of Lincoln on one of the popular coins probably the half dollar A bill creating a new division in the middle Federal judicial district of Ten nessee was passed by the House Tho court is to sit at Cookville After four hours of debate the omni bus claims bill was passed by the Sen J ate It carries an appropriation of about 3000000 The bill having been t favorably acted upon by the House will 0 now go to conference with the many a amendments that haves been placed upon it by the Senate The Committee on Public Morals of 1 the California Senate reported favorably on the Walker Otis anti racetrack bill There was no minority report The bill was given a second reading yesterday Senator Walker said 4Not more than five members of the Senate 1 will vote against this bill II Gov Willson has remitted Kentuckys portion of the 1000 fine entered ras- against Berea College for violation of the Day law which imposed a penalty for coeducation of whites and Negroes in the same institution The governor says Berea has done great work in tho State and was in good faith in making a test of the Day law in the courts s In the Upper House of the Tennes f see Legislature a bill was introduced to require sheriffs to secure from Federal revenue officials a list of all persons tow i whom Federal liquor licenses have been ii issued Another bill was introduced providing for a commission to assess j the value of all property the use of which is alleged will be damaged by t Ft the Statewide prohibition bills t- Lawanw r I i ooGok 1 Gov Patterson has reappointed Tully Brown to be adjutant general of Tennessee John Thompson commissioner of agriculture and R L Jones super intendent of public instruction The appointments have been conflrncd by the Senate The United States Senate has passed a bill prohibiting importation of opium except for medical purposes preacrib leg a penalty pf two years Imprison went and a fine of 5000 and it is ex pressly stated that the possession oft the forbidden drug shall be deemed suf ficlent evidence to convict The Senatorial Committee in the dis tract composed of Jessamine Scott and Woodford decided to hold the primary on the same day it is held in Jessamine for county officers and be limited to that county whose time it is to name the Senator Tho date of the primary has not yet been fixed Dr T R Welsh B M Arnett and E B Hoover are the Senatorial aspirants ORCHARDfMr Eph Pennington bought the S P Gray mare for 60 Mr James Livingstons horse fell with him severely mashing his left ankle Mr David Rlgsby has returned from a years stay in Oklahoma and rented the Gormley home Miss Mcjsalda Chadwick has the finest pony ever brought to our town and is very proud of it She is a splendid girl anywayFarmers are taking advantage of the pretty weather to get in a lot of plow ing Quite a lot of tobacco is to be put in for another year Mr Will Garner has opened a nice line or goods in the Singleton yourfpatronage and treat you right Judge Collhir bas moved into Dr Doores property on Lancaster street Dr Harmon Is back from South Dakota 0and has opened an office on Stanford street Mr A C Dunn has moved to MauricefPerkins has moved to his pretty cottage on Depot street Mr and Mrs Will Dunn have moved to the home of Mrs Fannie Redd and Louis Dillion 1and family occupy the Broughton cot tageThe young folks at Crab Orchad are socialsnThere was a nice dance at Dunns last week and one at Mr John moregon the coming young peo ple enjoyed a splendid social at Mr Ed Whites country home onoat the home of Miss Bell Pennington Saturday night last and Friday night our young peo ple were invited to a party at Mr Cum mina of Preachersville also one at Mr Will Spanglers and Miss Bessie Smith gives one this week We enjoy seeing the young have good times as howspleasant such gatherings were to us There has been no time in the history of Crab Orchard when a greater spirit of enterprise and improvement have been manifested than now Quito a lot of town property has exchanged hands and buildings been erected and more to follow in the near future Frank Bates sold his house and lot near the Chris tian church to a Mr Davis from Gar rard county for 1000 A Mr Saun ders from lower Garrard has rented the house just completed by Sam TaI tem and will open an uptodate stock of groceries and dry goods Robert Collier sold the Tatem home to Mr Pe teed of Indiana for 1200 Mr Collier will erect a handsome residence on the old corner lot the prettiest site in town for a dwelling or business house Mr Sid Duke will erect a handsome cottage near the depot this Spring Mr Sam Tatem contemplates erecting a handsome residence soon Mr John Riddle is to build a nice cottage in the Spring and Crab Orchards old hustler who has ever been one of her most en terprising citizens J T Chadwick will build two nice cottages on his vacant lots between his two nice homes- MATRIMONIAL Edward Bailey and Miss Bettie Raines were married at Highland on the 28th Mrs Isaiah Brooks of Brooksburg Ind has just buried her fifth husband George Craig aged 76 who had just married his fourth wife dropped dead in Bath county- J Arthur Smith of Danville and Miss Ida Davis of Somerset were married at Lexington Tho groom is in the employ of the Q C Our old friend Will S Stone of Lib erty has at last joined the army of benedicts He was married the other day to Miss Sue Burgin a handsome young woman of that city Invitations have been issued to the marriage of Miss Jennie Kavanaugh and Mr Thomas R Slavin which will take place on Wednesday morning Feb 10 at the old Paint Lick church in Gar rarrdClever and popular Sam Robinson is to take unto himself a wife Invita tions have been received by friends here requesting their attendance at the marriage of Miss Martha Ruzitsky at New Bedford Mass to him on Feb10- Mr Robinson is one of our most wide awake merchants and his legion of friends are glad to know that he is soon to enjoy connubial bliss I 1ifIiIs I Hexnmethylenetetraralne Tho above Is the name of a German chemical which Is ono of the many valuable ingredients of Foleys Kid ney Remedy Hexamothylonctctra mine Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a uric acid solvent and antiseptic for tho urine Take Foloys Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice aoy Irregularities and avoid a serious malady Now Stan ford Drug Co I Mrs CTuckerman a resident of Now York was shot and instantly kill ed in a most peculiar manner George Busse brother of the ma or of Chica go was handling a revolver when it was discharged tho bullet crashing through two windows across an area way and piercing the heart of Mrs Tuckerman IDont drug the Stomach or stimu Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that aro crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoop Restorative and see how youInys StoreS OWENS Ii A candidate for Asscssorjjf Ilncolncoun ty subject to tbo notion of the Dumocrallc party IWSBURCH County Attorney ot Lin coin county subject to the action of the Democratic party I JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR IiI n candidate for circuit Judge of this tho- 18thdlatrictaubject to the netlon 01 the Democratic party JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tbe action of the democratic party W W WHITE lift candidate for Assessorof Lincoln cOlin ty subject to tbo nctlon of the Democratic party JAMES P BAILEY Ii A candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county court subject to tbo action of the Democratic party W H SHANKS Ii a candidate for renomlnatlon for llepre sentatlveot Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is candidate for Superintendent of Public Hchools of Lincoln county subject to tbo action of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM It a candidate for circuit clerk or Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party If You Want To Crow Corn Alfalfa hogs and cattle come to flutter Co Rend for lIt of Improved furnis Address J K WEST Augusta Kns NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I hnveopcned n blurkHinlth and general repair shop nt uiy horne the old tollgateI property on inn Htanford pike near II U- Itonvllle and auk it than or the public pa trounge PAUL JESSEIluston- vllteKyCONCRETING We are osltlontodonilkind of concreting such an lllock Work Pavements and In act we can make any thing from a house down to n fence post We cun sane you promptly and guarantee firstclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Notice Contractors Stanford Ky Jan A HOT the Fiscal Court of Lincoln county Ky Invite nulled pro posals for tbe erection and completion of a new county court house on tilt pUblic square In the city of Htnnford ngreoamo to plans and specifications prepared by Archi Frank P Milburn A Co Washington IJ0 Plans will be on Silo with the Archl heelsandwiththeoountyClerkntHtanfordEach certified check made payable to J H Owa ley County Judge for 15000 as evidence of good faith on bis part and If his bid U ac cepted that he Into contract at once and give an acceptable guarantee com panys bond payable to the county for to per cent of the contract price for tbe faith ful performance of the contract The cartractor will be paid 80 per cent as the work progresses retaining JO per cent until llnal completionAll be sealed and flied with tho February10thThe Fiscal Court reserves the right to re ject any or all bids J H OWHLKY JK County Judge GKOUOK IlOOOlKU Clerk GEO g COOPER Is n candidate for reelection as n candidate countsubjectparty CHARLES A HARDIN ot Mercer county Is n candidate for Corn monwealths Attorney of this the 13th Ju dicial district sUbJel1 to tho action of tbe democratic party J D SWOPE I Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincol- nountysubjecttotheactteu of tho Demo NOTICEI Notice is hereby given that nil Uncoil county bonds of series 11 Issued March 1W redeemable In Ii years with privilege oI paying In 10 years from said dnte will be on tbe 1st March luov on pros ontntlcm to liarof Comity National Hank nod that Interest on same will stop nftor said date Total amount 11 600 This Jan YI Iftv James McKechnlo a Jl Cooper nnd WH IlurcbOommlttee Sheriffs Sale For Taxes l MONDAY FEB 809 Being the la day ol the February term ol the Lincoln county court I will between the hour of 9 oclock A MInd 4 oclock P M in front ol the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and bat bidder for cash in hand the following lists ot so much M will pay taxes cost and penalty As fist as payments are made the names will disappearThe set opposite each name includes 6 per cent penalty and cost of advertisin- gT J HILL Sheriff STANFORDWHITE BaroeU Mr Elizabeth house and lot 315 Bright J W n r 150 acres 47 75 Collings Mn Bctbe 40 acres 160 Dawes C L 30 acres 3 15 Elliott Bill 25 acres 2 90 Green Thomas Far 110 acres 7 30 Leature Joe 14 acres 4 50 Manuel Thomas 5 acres 19076 credit 180 balance 4 95 Mason M O n r 50 acres 260 Stephenson Dave J 7 acres 9 90 Yeaser Dan and John a r I acre 155 STANFORDCOLORED AndVrton S D I acre 5 25 Bright Caleb land 3 65 Hocker Alfa I acre 6 25 Jackson J S land 3 65 Lillsrd Edward has lot 315 PleatanU Jim Iacre 4 20 Stewart his land credit 125 balance 2 90 Thomas Francis 3 acres 2 10 Wade Davidson n I I acre 155 WAYNESBURG WHITE Basin hrs L M 140 arcs 2 50 Boone Nub 3 acres 3 40 Buckley Wm n r 127 acres 2 65 Delaney Phil Iare 5 35 Davidson James 60 acres 5 75 Floyd J B 39 acres 4 75 Gillam J C n I lot 1 55 Gooch Sam 10 acres 2 90 Haggard W G 65 acres 550- Heaglcy Ceo A n r 166 acres 2 85 Heath Thomas n r 55 acres 3 90 Kenny Jas 8 acres 3 65 McDonald M C hn lot 3 15 McKenzie Mackn r lot 475 Moore D M 20 acres 3 65 Otborne James 100 acres 5 15 Pitman W R I 34 acres 4 75 Reynolds W P 33 acres 475 Riley Mrs Alta 109 acres 3 90 Rutherford John 80 acres 8 85 Singleton A K 172 acres 8 50 Somonis Charles n r 177 urea 9 35 Stull Belle 51acres 2 10 Upthegrore hrs 75 acres 2 60 Wikher J B 150 acres 5 15 Young Sallie 34 acres 19078 190 Young W A 1 acre 2 90 HUSTONVILLEWHITE Austin Ed 5 acres 4 75 Bastin Henry hrs 5 acres 155 Carson Joe acrea4 90 Catswell John a r 14 acres 4 15 Davidson S N hrs town lot 3 35 Dye James 9 acres credit 150I 60 Esles Eliza 4 era 2 10 Estes Bettie 19 acres 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 n r I acre 155 Wright Gee lot 3 15 Yocum A A and W C 60 acres 18 10 Yocum Amelia 10 acres 3 15 HUSTONVILLECOLOREDB- ailey Thomas 12 are 3 65 Barfield Will 5 acres 4 75 Compton Ed lot 3 15 Cooper Richard lot 3 65 Givens Ellen 2 lots 2 60 Goode Ed lot 365 Hall Cal lot 2 60 Rocker Mack 14 acre 5 80 McCormack Geo Jr lot 3 15 Meadoes Jake acres 4 75 Powell Will lot 6 85 Ross Henry nr 12 acre 2 15 Singleton Henry lot 3 65 CRAB ORCHARDWHITE Bobbin F F 59 sacs 8 50 Farris Mrs Emma lot 4 15 Hutchison James n r 92 acres 1 140 Reese Jennie 10 acres 210 Siler Elder 125 acres 8 85 Todd H 22 acre 5 20 CRAB ORCHARDCOLORED Butcher Silva 12 acre 130 Butcher Mary lot 155 Hayes Willard 1 acre 2 90 Humber Erne 12 acre 130 Pennington Ceo 9acre 3 65 Slaughter Manic lot 130 T J HILL Skerif r j FOR J t I We have about 50 MENS SUITS only I one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE rather than t style can not afford to miss They are not ldamaged not shelf worn a few of them are Ta little soiled Not a Suit in the lot WORTHj LESS thanl10 15 Some of Them 20 Suits We want them out of the way We need t he money and we have assorted them and made two prices 500 and 750 A Suit Its most LIKE FINDING THEM 5 ori ttheseforget that e H J McjROJSJBJRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Ej rEE EEEEEEitIEEE EIf3 mm I HIIn Great Variety of Styles and Prices m IttIt I 1 IE Generally W IE PENNYS STORE mBonord Kentucky BEBSBBEBEBEBEBBBBEEE Pirst 9lationalank Stanfordj JtyO- rjanirttf SS2 Capital Stock SSOOOO Surflu and Ifnetividtii iProfilt S9t 000 Jfas paid in 9JlvldmllllnDIl Organisation 211 500 1 fnoHo 9tiv jfceount on Our 9lerisi OFFICERS I S Hocker President S T Harris Vice Ptesident John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baugbman Asst Cashr W W Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORSio r F Reid v J H Daoghraan M D Elmore J M Petlui H C Daughman J F Cummins S T Harris J no C Robinson W D OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate Highest Market Prices Paid For r Eggs Hides Furs i Hens 9 to 9 l2c Roosters 4 to 412cKChic-kens V 9 to 10c f Ducks 8 to 9c Geese 6 to 612c- Turkeys I 10 to 12c Scrap Iron I Guineas 2 Per Dozen Rubber HB NORTHCOTT Stanford KYaI A n I Sfiti i tq t The Interior Journal BTANFOIID KY Fri 2 1000 +t NEW assortmont of local view post + cards at Pennys Drug Store d In BoxSOME very bargains Paper but the supply is limited Ask to ico them Drug Store L PERSONALS Miss EMMA WAIIREN continues quite sickREV T W DARKEn Is at Croasvllle Tenn on business MK ALBERT R WALLACE candidate for coroner Is III with appendicitis J H DUNN and family have moved from Garrard to a farm near Durgin MRS U F WALTER of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Mollie Walter DR E J DROWN went up to Droll head yesterday on professional business U C SAUKLEY has bought an Inter est In Mcybcrgs drug store at Harrods burg Myrtleta berta Creek Friday j Miss SUSAN FISIIKU WOODS went to + r Mlltcraburg yesterday to visit her sis ter Mrs S M Allen Mn AND MRS A B DILLON of tCrabOrchard are visiting Mr and Mrs J W Moore Liberty News MR U J SMITH formerly of Gil berth Creek has located at Lewis N M and orders his paper sent to him 1there ETHEL DUNN who taught In the Graded School hero u year ago hill with typhoid fever at her home In GarrardMESSRS M D HUGHES W B Ma Ion and W1 Williams of Lancaster were hero on business Friday The for mer paid us a call Mn11 M BALLOU of Lancaster took tho train here yesterday for Asheville N C whore he goes for the benefit of his health Miss MARY WILSON of Crab Orch ard is attending the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond and orders the I J sent to her MRS J ROY B ROSE Mill her little son took tho train hero Friday for Etol wah Tcnn Sho had been visiting parents at Huetenvi le- A MiaiiTY pretty exLincoln county girl writes us that she is sorry she can not bo here to work for Mr W S I t IBurch In his race for county attorney MR EDWIN BOOTH prominently connected with the N C St at Chattanooga Tenn is spending a few days Mrs Mary Miss Ellen Montgomery at Bowen this county MRS J E CLAUNCH entertained most delightfully at a luncheon Wed hav following guests Mrs Ma ry Helen Gibson Mrs J M Kichard son Mrs Perry Edson Mrs L R Lcngworth and Mrs W F Vaughn Somerset Journal- A FAIRLY good picture of Mrs Lucy Deazlev In Sundays Courier Journal Grouped with her were her two brothers Messrs B F Hudson of Lancaster and Humphrey Hudson of Danville and flistcr Mrs Waller Cho nault of Oklahoma JUDGE M PEYTON of Muskogee Okla one of the leading and most sue cessful lawyers of Oklahoma is hero visiting his sisters Mrs Greenberry Adams and Miss Eugenia Peyton The latter who has been ill for two months ojunderwent nn operation skilfully Dr T W Wiley assisted- by 1 Drs Itucker and Houston with indications or Its complete success Her hundreds of friends are hopeful that she will soon bo entirely well Judge Peyton will probably remain hero tho guest his sisters IMcKinney Texas CourlerGazette LOS CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer Hian top shoes at cost Cummins Wearen MOVING pictures at tho opera house each night this week Admission 5c DONT forget rhoowing picture show tonight It costs only 5c to see it ATTEND tho sale of Myera Bros liv eryoutfit at 10 oclock Thursday morn ing Feb 4 Non RENT Two rooms over the mil linery store of tho Misses Straub Apply at once to Mrs Mary Straub Stan fordeAFTER month will sell for cash t only I will not credit any one I know I that I can make it pay you to trade with me and would be glad to have you given a trial JMPhillips Woarcn OVERCOATS at cost Cummins d I Tim weather has been so cold the town clock quit business NEW lino of spectacles Eyes testo freo at tho Now Stanford Drug Cos store FOR all kinds of freah meats phone 178 and have It sent to your house J L Mocks WANTED an perienccd gardener Must come well recommended Phone 239 Danville Foil SALE RENTThe Warner storehouso on East Main Street Ap ply at onco to W K Warner w INCUBATOR and three brooders for sale In good condition Mrs E P Woods Stanford It o FRANK BARNETTS fatherinlaw J J Moore presented him with a store in Danvlllo and ho has gone over to look after itC- OULTER WHITE and Dr Phillips have opened an uptodate livery stable at Moreland and they ask a share of the public patronage ON thefearful weather Saturday Myers Bros postponed tho sale of their livery outfit until 10 A M Thursday next Feb 4th A LEXINGTON man who forged a check for 175 got two years for It Now if the fellow who passes a cold check could get about 10 years things would sorter oven up ITilE moving howwill contin uo at Waltons Opera House until further notice with a change of pictures each night Tho show begins promptly at 7 oclock Admission Cc TilE call for tho primary to bo held Saturday says that all known demo crats will bo permitted to participate In It That ought to bo clear enough Lot republicans stay out of the family affair Miss LAUKA DYE has resigned as teacher of tho Sixth grade in the Stan ford Graded School and Miss Claudia Eaton of this place was elected In her stead Miss Eaton took charge yester day morning WALLACE W WALTERnof Kingsville bought of J C Florence and L R Hughes a lot on Logan Avenue for 500 Ho will build a nice residence and wo hope ho and his good wife will como over and occupy It SQUIRE J T ROBERTS bought of J A Hammonds tho Hall farm near Hub ble at 75 Squire Roberts trade with Messrs Tribblo and Gaines for 20 acres of the Owsley farm at Walnut Flat for 4000 fell through THE members of the young peoples societies of all thu churches of town aro cordially invited to be present at the Epworth League social Friday night Feb 5th In tho Owsley store rooms W B BARKER President Tim homo of tho late John F Cash on Danvlllo Avenue Is for sale private ly Tho residence is large commodious and in good repair There aro 296 acres in tho lot For further particulars call on H C Baughman at tho First Na tional Hank or James N Cash Tur ncrsville BADLY BURNED Mrs Louisa Holtz claw the aged mother of Mrs Johu C Puppies of thlfl place1 was badly burned at tho home of her son near Preach cnwillo Her clothing caught from an open grato and wero practically all burned off Her condition is considered DINK FARMER one of tho candidates for jailer evidently pro poses to catch votes in more ways than one On Friday evening ho was seen to leave town with a half dozen steel traps However he may bo using them to catch somo of his opponents with o HILL WITHDRAWS Mr T J Hill Jr has withdrawn from tho raco for the democratic nomination for county attorney lie informs us that he took the step believing it was the best for the party Mr 11111 was making an aggressive campaign and there were a number who thought ho would land the nomination Ills action camo as a sur priso to his legion of friends This leaves Messrs M F North and W S Burch in the race UNTIL FEBY IST f We will offer nny Cloak or Fur in our house at ONETHIRD off the price The lino embraces some swell styles in Ladies Castor Conte Rain Coats Mute nod Neck Pieces You can afford to looka season ahead at these MoncySaving Pric- esChildrens Coats J2 and 13 Off the Price SON KY UNDERWEAR at cost Cummins Wear n MENS and childrens winter suits at cost Cummins Wearen I 0 ALL accounts due tho estate of M Hardin deceased must bo settled at once Mrs Bessie M Hardin extx 3t WashingtonI hope to hear of W L McCartys nom ination for sheriff LOTS of good horses buggies drum mers wagons harness etc will bo sold at Myers Bros livery salo Thursday morning beginning at 10 oclock SAMUEL RICE was nominated for mayor of Richmond and his brother H C Rice got tho nomination for magis Uate Both gentlemen are brothers of Messrs J S and T A Rice of this place Fon SALELot of nice pure bred Plymouth stock Buff Orpington Black Langshan and Silver Laced Wyandotto cockerels Will have lot on street Feb ruary county court day in Stanford and Lancaster Mrs W P White Stanford It F D No4 3t REDUCED RATES VIA QUEEN CRES CENT ROUTE To Now Orleans and Mobile Tickets on salo February 17th to 22nd inclusive Return limit March let with extension privilege March 13th 1909 For particulars ask Ticket Agents or address H C King G I4 A Lex ington Ky IN announcing his candidacy for as sessor of Lincoln county a man uses a quarter of a page ad in tho INTER Ion JOURNAL He evidently believes in printers ink and for that reason ought to bo nominated Frankfort Journal Look over this paper and guess who the candidate is THE behavedverybadly Fri day and Saturday but Sunday and yes terday were fine Winter days Friday It snowed and bloomed with terrific force Saturday tho wind blew from all points of tho compass and the mercury stood between 10 and 15 above zero Sunday and yesterday were bright and cold but the mercury begun Its upward journey early yesterday morning This is a splendid ico harvest and many of the fortunate farmers are filling their Ice houses Tho cold spell has been general and tho North and Northwest has suffered greatly TREY are telling MrJoshua D Swopo ono of tho three candidates for circuit clerk that in his rounds ho call ed at tho homo of a voter who owns a large bull dog As the story goes Mr Swope walked up to tho door and knocked and a second later the dog jumped at him and the corpulent candidate took to his heels The man of tho house ap peared about this time and yelled out what are you running for Josh For circuit clerk and I want you to help mo all you can replied tho can didato as he continued to make tracks with the dog at his heels To MY FELLOW DEMOCRATS Being convinced that a threecornered contest for the nomination to the office pf coun ty attorney is undesirable and against our partva Interests I havo decided to withdraw from tho contest this being tho only course left to me to reduce the nomination to a contest between two candidates as I havo heretofore exhausted every effort in this direction without avail My duty to our party now Impels mo to adopt this course I shall over remember and bo very grate ful to tho friends who havo manifested an interest in my behalf Yours truly T J Hill Jr J NEXT Saturday between the hours of G A at and 4 11 tho democrats of this county will by their vote say who will be tho county offices for the four years to come beginning Jan 1 1910 It is tho duty of every democrat to take I a hand in making the selection It Is also their duty to vote for the best men offered He is u poor citizen and democrat who does not want tho best men possible to fill tho offices of trust Dont let bad weather or a rush of work keep you away but go to your precinct and vote and see that your democratic neighbor does likewise Tho irrepressible floater will of courses be on hand and will vote early and of ten if ho Is permitted to Dont let that pernicious class name tho officers but be on hand and help do it yourself You owe It to your county and your party Do your duty a tr c ALL board bills at the St Asaph Ho tel must be settled at the end of each month Farris Hardin 3t hereIor five years ago will make tho race for chief of police of that place He would make an excellent officer 0 IN a card announcing for ro nomination for circuit judge in the Pulaski dis tract Judge M L Jarvis says If elected will continue to hand out even handed justice at the same old stand What more could bo asked of tho gen I tleman 7 BaptistChurch Fair on Saturday Feb 13th over Robert L Edmistons storeroom morningRefreshments and help tho laudable enterprise 0 SALE DECLARED OFIOn account of the bad weather the stallion and jack salo to have been held at Hustonville Feb 10 and 11 by the Hustonville Com bination Sale Co was declared off and tho 50 or CO lacks and stallions that had been entered will be sold at the annual sale at Hustonvillo March 24 and 25 The stallion and jack men who had en tered their stock thought it rather early for the sale and the promoters of the enterprise acceded to and postponed the sale until March 21 and 25 To the Democrats of Lincoln County I am in the race for assessor to stay until after the election I am in no combination and will go Into none 1 principleslife and was sheriff one term and my experience in these lines has taught propertyIfKennedy who made the county one of the best asses sors it ever had will be my deputy I hope my friends will come out and vote and do all in their power to get others to do so If elected I will make every effort to do equal and exact justice to everybody S M OWENS Pneumonia Follows LaGrippe Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar for la grippe coughs and deep seated colds Refuse any but ths genuine in the yellow package New Stanford Drug Co T J HILL JR Is n candidate for County Attorney of tin coin county lubjcct to the action of theI Democratic party W D WALLIN Is a candidate for Amettor of Lincoln coun ty nubject to the action of the democratic party 300ACRESOFLANDFORSAL ogle farm on been Itlvtir nod adjacent 11111110 loud neighborhood and near school 1U acres encloted tillable line tobacco corn and roe land residue woodland well iidoptttT to stout raising unfallng stream of tint water runt through outbulldlnglIrlceMlddleburg Ky NOTICE We will over to the highest bidder at our table on Depot street TJIUUHDAV KKIlY 4TII lIOOJ n lot of good horses buggies harness cur reys strummer wagon double harnesi and everything to milky u lintclass livery stable MVKKS Ditott Ool J1 Chandler Auct The Jofiph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Htreet Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of tho Eye Note Throat Ear UenltoUrlnary Rectal Or gans Nervous Hyitvui und Burgery FARM FOR RENT I On MONDAY FKH 8 flee at 1 oclock Kyis pICR deceased we will rout to the highest und best bidder for the term of one year beginning with March 1 IM and ending I1910 the farm known as the James HtllnfOrdrcontallllnKbidder to execute a note for the amount of tho runt with approved security bearing a percent interott from Its date Tho right to reject any and all bids Is reserved KQU1TA1HK HANK TUU8TOO Walton We ship best quality hold and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices Wo sell clovers grasses seed oats seed corn cane teed millet cow peastoja leans peanuts seed potatoes cabbage plants po tato and tomato slips onion cats garden beam Rurdmi pens ell kinds garden Held and Slower seeds land platter and fertiliz ers Write us for prices and samples mate what you want NAHUVIUEBEKDCO S15 Nashville Teaa- a oj PillowTop a Back 11 For OneCent a 1 Buy six skeins of 1 Richardsons Embroidery Silk IInlSEVERANCE STANFORD 11 Ii seriousUNCLE K- ysEbs L It Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martini Embroidery and Lacesr Just received the largest assortment of Lads and Embroider ies ever brought to Stanford All grades and prices Spring goods are arriving daily and the new firm of Hughes r Martin Co solicit your trade promising to keep up the rep t utation of the house that is the very best goods at the lowest prices possible consistent with legitimate merchandising Wo 1 will not handle cheap shoddy goods Come to eeo us and in spect our Spring goods We are always glad to see you and show you I HUGHES MARTIN CO l Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY i r tf Full Stock of Oliver Chilled PLOWS and Repairsyc f I J I p W E PerkinsCrab Orchard d Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KYty 1 GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA IQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE- To Many Points South and Southeast TicKets Good fUUraUtf Until May 31st 1909 Write for rates and folder H cKING CPA 101 E Nato St Lexington Ky a a y f r i 4iM 1It r e The Interior Journal i k 1Enttredin the foilOffice at Stanford C1I- I f utondclau matter i I L tN TIME THBLr l No 21 South 119 p M- NoYiMouthlltunAI No 21 North 4W A M M I No Yr North Gift p M t No fl 10MT AM Noti rM 11I JOS S RICE Agont t The Truth Every person in this city who issuf I J fcring from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis C1SC can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fo 4 external use All durgsists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE- d j A S PRICEDentistI ISurgeon KENTUCKY 1Office over McRobertq Drug Store in L f the Owaley Building w Insures Tobacco and Jobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance 1Ij s Jesse D Wearers tt The Insurance Man STANFORD KY F Kcsldenpe Ilione M Ofllce W Insure with mo and be fully protected I f Adorinas Fox t t Ii a handsome large yonng Jersey Dull de scended front u and unbroken lino or- t tbo most noted bulls dad cows on the lw i land of Jersey England ond America His sire Is one or the bulls ever Imported v nod bis dame n show cow that g tJO i I Jfyoubeyisome Ancestor end have n strlctlr should nvnll ourleU of JIll ser 1cowyou will tenllowedtoaervoalimited of ri cows out t ofIcow to bo bred i Telephone Stanford Ky + I NIItVe have to offer three extra choice bull enters that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky I r You cun find our Htandnrd Hemedy the greatest broad find liver IIledlclnt yet known tIncase or Kheumatlsm Halt Ithouui Kid f Trouble and all discuses arising front i ImpurKblooil Ithasno equal It is manu- facturedf 1e under the pure road net of June l and gunnulteed hy the manufacturer Ii wnu I b token according to dIrections 4andIf he or the Is not benefited by the use llemedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package r contains SiM doses with n registered guaran f too and mnlllng cord with full Instructions l Wo send It to any address by malt on ref oelpt of U per package or six for y 15 JiettiT order n baxto day If taken In i r time you might save a doctor bill llemember If you take the Remedy accord f Ing to Instruction nnd are not benefited j your dollar buck You will not jOilthe In stores for sale II l agentsltr f We Buy I F Yfd- f Sh I I uiLtan acrd- trlaolt FeathenTa0ow6eawaxClllen 1 r Golden ScaU YtBow Rod May Apple 1J Wild Cinzcr etc We ere dealers nuUrehd in ItSSrOrM htUaaxtairia niRObdall clobettci1 for you thin i Scotj cr canniciaD ncrcfimo Rdcrcnce der hsekin LcuUviSe Write for weclljr pnttliulaaJirirUtira Sons B2DCtS rti tSI LOUISVILLE tnr K IV JLBeazeyCo isll J Dndertaticrs and Embalm on Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsItuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY cClaryr i I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealor inl4arnoss Saddferj I STANFORD KY I i Offoa Phone 157 ITomePhone u I t ashi vOirisLtdhslwNwy S w y7y I OFFICIAL CALL IIOfficial call for democratic primary Lincoln county to nom for county offices 1stA primary election is hereby called to be held in the several votin precincts of Lincoln county on Satu day February 6th 1909 between G A M and 4 p M for the purpose of non noting democratic candidates for tbo offices of county judge county attoi ney county clerk sheriff jailer red resentative assessor school superintendent magistrates of the seven magisterial districts constables coroner and surveyor 2nd All democrats who are hRal voters of Lincoln county or who will bo legal voters on the 2nd day of November 1909 are entitled to voto in their respective precincts and are rO quested to do so 3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on tho ballots to be used in said primary election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of the committee the sum hereby fixed as the entrance fee in the race for tho office for which hois a candidate said sum so realized to bused in defraying the expenses of tho primary At the same time the candi date shall give written notice to the chairman that he desires to be a candi date and name the office he seeks The entrance fee of candidates sha be as follows For sheriff 40 Cor county judge 10 for county at torney 10 for county clerk 10 Cor jailer 15 for assessor 10 for rep resentative 10 for school superintendent 10 circuit clerk 10 4th The election shall be held inal respects as required by statute relative to primary elections and a uniforn ballot shall be used in all voting precincts The chairman of the commit tee is directed to cause to bo printer 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 teo 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 bo door at 4 r M proceed at once to count tho ballots cast for each and every candi date for office and after counting same they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes furnished by the commit tee sealing up the boxes as required bylaw and within two days thereafter the shetlffs and judges of election wil deposit the boxes with the chairman of the county committee at the court housein Stanford The officers of tho election in each precinct will make am sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and every candidate for office in the precinct and place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in the ballot boxes 6th The returns are to bo 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 tho court house within two days after the election On the next day after the election the county com mittee shall meet and canvass the re turns of the election and make certifi rate thereof 7th The secretary of the committee is directed to give noticeof this election as Is required by law G L PENNY Chmn J n BAILEY Secy DEPARTMENT W R Kyle of Mercer sold a pen of 11 Plymouth Rock chickens for 3350 FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1908 crop J B Walker Richmond- y Frank Hall sold his 124acre farm six miles from Georgetown to E J Jones at S150 FOR SALE Duroc Jersey sow with even pigs four months old J C Bal ley Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALEsa coming twoyearold mules Good one J C Robinson lanvjlle Ky Both phones It I have 13 coming twoyearold mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henry latron R F D No 1 Stanford More than 80000000 acres of the Lest gricultural lands in the United States are unproducive for want of drainage- At the last tobacco sale of the season nLexington Grlgsby Bros crpp of 5000 pounds sold at an average of ever 20 cents a pound In a two days sale at Flemlngsburg 175 horses and mules sold at an average pf 150 A stallion King Tom brought 750 and a team of horses sold fqr GQO Charley Roe sold Al Coomer a pair of iiiles for 224 He bought a span from W T Dohoney coming twoyearold for 260 Dolphus Wheeler sold Elroy toe a mare mule for 135 Columbia lewd J Y Robinson writes entertainingly to hii homefolks from Butler Ga where he is engaged in the mule trade Ho says among other things that trade is good mules selling from 350 to 600 a pair The climate is very mild with owerJ and vegetables in great abund nnce John Cress of Preachersville sold to E L Sowder a pair of mare t tYMRtaMtaKla CI r mules for 380 A R Denny sold Dick Gentry a maro mule for toI Jesse Parks sold to J A Doty a of twoycarold mules fot 275 W Burton bought from J B Ruble six 16 hand fat mules for 1150 W T Nor sold 12 yearling mules to R L Hubbl at 90 Lancaster Record I Tho cleverest imitation ofroalCofle ever yet made Is Dr Shoops Healtl CoUco It is fine in flavor and Is made in just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado frot pure patched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drui Store While waitingfor train that woul take her to her home at Mt Sterling Miss Deborah V Coyle aged 23 years daughter of B H Coyle a furnitur dealer died suddenly Sunday afternoon Pains of women headdales or any pain stopped in 20 minutes surd wit Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Seo full formula on 250 Box Sold by Pennys DrugStore LESLIE ANDERSON- Is 1 candldato for circuit clerk of Itncol county subject to tho action of tlia Demo crntlo party M F NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Liu coin county subject to tbo nctloniof tb Democratic party WLMCARTY- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count ty subject to tbo action ot the dumoerati party M S BAUGHMAN- Is ft candidate for HhorttT of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democrat party e JOHN J MOSE- RisacssdldsieforjsUer of Lincoln count abject to the action of tbe Democrat tarty JAMES C HAYS is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to tbe action of tbe Democrat party- DIN FARMER nomlnaoluon W A CARSON II 1 candldot for Jailer of Democraticsubject to the action of tile party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ly subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun tysubject to the action of tho dcraoorutli party J A DUDDERAR- Is a candidate forJneuor of Lincoln Ooun ty subject to tbenotlon democratic party M C 8AUFLEY Is n candidate for circuit Judge of this tbo lath dlttrlct subject to the acllo of tbe Democratic party FOR SALE I 2Shorso owerbonyrcoil engine and Sawmill for sale Will Sell either or both Oil AH KJHUUHOlt nhelm Ky roitoaicf Wnynesburg Ky To Our CustomersPresent and Prospective The1 Indian Refining Company has now been doing business in and around Stanford about a year and wp take this opportunity to assure our ninny customers of our sincere appre ciation of tholr patronajjo anti our earnest desire to serve themat all times And also to solicit new business It is a well knownfaet that our com petitor has been active and strenuous la their efforts to take away our bus Incas but in the face of all their efforts we have enjoyed a fair per cent of tIe trade for whjch wo are grateful to u generous public A fate share of the business Is all wo ask and hope that our friends can seo their way clear to continue to give us this We haves fully equipped distributing station it Danville Ky and carry complete Ino of burning oils and gasoline anti can make Immediate shipments of all trades of lubricating oils and greases from our refinery at Georgetown Ky the largest manufacturing Institution in the State Wo are absolutely Independent of tho trust and to again proo wo publish the sworn statement of the president of our in itiation f Should any person mako tho stale mont to you we are part of any other company have them tho statement in then send us the- tatementand we will hand It to the proper legal authorities and those un statements will cease Wo tavomanvunsolicited testimonials na to the quality of our goods arid only ask the customers to give us a fair trial and let the resultsspeak for themselves We no Peddler Wagons Respectfully yours INDIAN RKKININU Co- W C Agent Danville Ky Branch Cincinnati 0 Oct 11 1008 to Wnosr IT MAY CONCJKN The undersigned upon oath do ilarcs and 8a8 That tho Indian Re lJCisCompany and Ita branches and Independent of any other Company cor oration or interest and that it is not t subsidiary of any other orporation by association contract or understanding and that no other oil dealing corporation or assocla ion owns an interest in Company RICHMOND LEVKIUNO President Indian Refining Co tato of Ohio r sg County of Uarallion r mOaIIounty this 30th day of October 1008 RAYMOND TULUS Notary Public Hamilton I County A R WALLACE Ii ft candidate for Coroner of Lincoln count ty subject to tho notion of the elllocratio- prhuar Feb B1WW ZORA P SMITH Is candidate for magistrate In the Huston vlllo district subject to the action of tllo Democratic party W M DUDDERAR Is candidate tor of the Itutonvlllodlstrlct subject to thenctlonottb DomocratMimrtyi I K HELM SR Is n candidate for magistrate In the Hit tonvllla district subject to toe notion of the Democratic party JAMES McKECHNIE Isncnndldnto for Magistrate In Htanfo Dlstrlct subject to tho nation of the Demo cretin party MEAL EXCHANGE I nun at all times prepared to oxchnni meal for corn My until will run every Sat urdny Dick Bakvr MillerJIIOirKfclWOX Crab Orchard Ky 8eD CARTER Now LlvorvDopot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Itching Skin DiseasesIAre readily cured by for external use Zcmo gives instan relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140acrt goal blue Kr u land lylna ono mile North of dcKlnnuyer- the Htuntortl pike Improvement am fencing goals of water unit fruit Also 12i acres of timbered land ono milt Unit of fenceplunp- of water scud goodlotaccoland 1410 grow riff crop 4 JlcKlun y Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlvntHy my itockof Oro cerlusnnd Hardware n good hUll ncm Will invoice about JVOO Ilnnoii III health CIKO DIIOllKIl Bthnford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fo external use Stops itching instantIJ and destroys tbe germs that cause akin diseases Eczema culckly and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for wm pie E W Rose Med Co lit Loui MOo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Slave your inen uro taken by a tailor ut ex iwrlenco Then your clothes whtthernloi clothes willa ethat Individuality tbe llnest and IU which plainly Indicate they were made to your mcasurw I will also take your mem ure for extra trousers fauoy vests top coats and overcoats Kail and Winter saUl plea on hand ready fur your Inspection II O nUJLRY TailorStanford Safeguard the Future 1 I The safest surest and most Adequate info guard for tbo future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It II conspicuous for connmlcnl innnngo bent HlMirallly of Its policy contracts lull dealing with Its members and large returns to policy holders The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ota successful buslnntt career with more policy holders In Mncoln county than all other companies combined Write for mrtleuliirs stating ago und whether mar- led or siugle to it MpllclIlItMoraJloulI James I Solicitor for Uockcustle Oo Ma hony Rank- inINSURANCI Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the leading companies of the worl1 rtpro ntl Uompete in nits with ntl the congauloa tho world Loispay- ngrecord unsurpu ed Never had a Jaw Inlt In the history of this iiRdiicy Ixinncs romptly paid and without discount No DlgitOdaysforyour money llcforp In urliitf o- nIAHONV 8 RANMIN TIJe Insurance Men of Stanford Indigestion In Itself a true disease We of Dyspepsia eartbum and Indlccntlon as real diseases TCI hay are symptoms only of a certatn special Nee IlckntDothlnr the ShooPInItemedrDr Shoops Reltoratlve Coins direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr and his Restorative With out that original and highly vital prlnclpJ no jch lastlna accomplishments were ever to be had For stomach distress bloatiiiv biliousness bad nttlh and Dr Shoopl storatlvo TubletsorLiguids see for your lelf what It can and will do We sell and cheer till recommend Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE 1 fl IoOV Clearance SaleI All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost m CRAVENETTES t 818 Cent now 811 48 815 Coat now v f 48 12 HO Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now G US 820 Suit now 51li IS 17 60 Suit now 12 48 816 Suit now I IS 812 50 Suits 1I0WI 8 US 810 Suit now 0 48 87 CO Suit now I l8 II Suit now 1 48 i ALLWOOL OVERCOATS I 0 81o Coat now 89 48 812 f0 Coat note 8 18t 810Cont port 0 08 87 50 gatIJJI1T 4 08 jC Contf iuw 3 18 81 00 High top Shoes 83 48 83 GO High Top Shoed 82 OS COo heavy fleeced lined underwear 30o Mmes Felt Boolfl Mens and Worn oni Rubbery All reduced accordingly Mens and Boys AllWool Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice Our high Top Shoes consist of many differ ent styles and prices ranging from 350 to I 400 350 Shoe now 298 4OO Shoe now 348 We honestly believe that when it comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes of tt durability we have the best that a manufac turer can turn out of a leather hide Mens Felt Boots Hens and Womens Rubbers- All Reduced Accordingly liens and Womens Sanitary Heavyt Fleeced Lined Under wear Best Quality THIRTY NINf CENTS 1 1 + +++1N+++++ +Nt++++ + The above articles all are of new goods and nothing misrepresented Call around early while you can get your size Also a nice line of Dry Goods and Notions Call around we will take pleasure in showing you any time SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Next Doorto Lincoln CountyNational Bank I r ffiE1a J r Buythe- OLIVER PLOW t f jEJOOOodD I r W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky + S 1v J 3 Y I CA