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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 2, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909020201_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 2, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- v. rv-v-- . ' r,-- -" - h,ii., t m ii i.m Oi I ft ftA.ftfc Mfc4. . -- WJ The Interiop Journal. on't Forget John C. Pepples For Assessor, VOL. XXXVI. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1909. NO.- - 95. JS K aiL-fc-iJL- jr He will appreciate your voting" for him and would be glad tohave you see your neighbor and have him do likewise. For that act of kindness and splendid feeling you manifest for him, he promises in return to give EVERY PROPERTY HOLDER A SQUARE DEAL. He will, as far as is in his power under the law, try to lift the burden off of the oppressed, poor people of Lincoln county and let sunshine and happiness attend every family's fireside, as well as being equally as just with the more fortunate YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE CORDIALLY APPRECIATED. IN MEMORIAM. CHUUCH d. a.y MATTERS. NEWS NOTES. A local option election will be held in I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. at the In memory of Ilttlu Mlnnlo I'cnrl Sebastian, whoso soul took its flight Dec. Tho Third Haptist church building nt 2. IMS: Hot Springs, Ark., was uprooted by It Brieves us to jive our Oh how heavy winds that havo prevailed thro'-oup, that Stntu. The edifice was lifted Hut remember wo nil havo to drink up and carried over n block. the hitter cup. from A great Baptist revival has just been Of course our dear Lord knows what held at Hyden, Losliu county. It last-- , were we can boar ed a month imkI over 7C And he will not give us over our share. converted Itcv. J. M. McKcehan, of preachlie has prepared mansions, but there Williamsburg, did most of tho ing. complete was one not Leaguo Field Day SunSo ha took little MinnU to All the va- day nt Stunford. Kov. J. W. West, ennt seat. superintendent of Kentucky, Hev. Mr. She has gone to moot her little sisters Colley nnd Kev. W. S. Brooke will nil that Jesus called before. A bo hero and occupy three pulpits. Waiting to welcomo her tit tho door. full program will appear next muo, League Convention Mon-- i Three httlo angels hand in hand day. Uuv. J. W. West will nddress j Cone to join that happy band. tho people nt 2 l M. at the court house, And If we'livo right it won't be lone Methodist church in their song. No services nt the I'ntll we shall join them Sundnv morning on account of Anti-Sa- Our dear I.ord of course knows best, loon Field Day. Services in nil the That'n why he called little Minnie homo churches nt night. to rest. According to tho census of tho bishnrchbtthops just made there Sickness nor sorrow she will never ops nnd are 1L2:S3,451 Catholics in tho United know imputation. Nor of the worldly troubles here below. States, about a fifth of the Counting tho Philippines, Porto Rico She is with her loved ones up in the und tho Hawaiian Islands there are J, skies, 10 underthe United States Hag. Tho Where there will never be any Kod- - Cutholics largely outnumber the other byes. denominations, but it must bo remem Safe In a world that shall never end, bored that in enumerating them tho Let our praycis be to meet her forever. children of nil Catholic parents nro Amen counted as members. Mamik Skiiastian. A big revival is in progress Methodist church in Campion. dar-linjr ut Anti-Saloo- n Anti-Saloo22,-t71 S A new opera house will be erected at Barbourville. Cntlettsburg on April G, Tho Ripy distillery plant at Tyrone Three men were killed when a sewer J ' caved in at South Bend. Ind. Rabbits nt one cent each are a drag on tho Springfield, Mo., market. While Sexton I'rice was digging a grave for his sister at Aiiuwortb, la.. ho dropped dead. Lexington is to have a new bank. Its name will be the Prudential Savings Hank und its capital will be $ 10,000, Two more Indiana counties went dry Friday, one by 2, 170 and the other by 7G1. There 21 saloons in the two coun- I ties. Dave Edwards, who, in Mnrch of Inst year killed J. W. Davis, a foreman on a railroad contract, was hanged at Chattaniogn, Tenn. The Carlton, Texas, State Hank was entered by burglars, the safe blown open and flO.CK) stolon. The robbe:n escaped, leaving no clue. The building and plant of the Virilo Food Company at Middlcsboro, valued nt $5,000, was destroyed by fire. There was $2,000 insurance on plant nnd building. The plant of the Daily Oklaho'nan nnd the adjoining building, occupied by tho locnl branch of the J I. Case Plow Co , nt Oklahoma City, was destroyed by firo. The Interstate Commerce Commission has ordered railroads in the South to refund $105,000 to shippers, it being held that nn ndvnnced rate on lumber was unreasonable, Harry Woody, a railway hrakeman, was instantly shot to death nt Emory Gap, Tenn , by Thomas Tucker. It is said tho two men wcro engaged in a poker game when a dispute arose. Tho postofiice nt Scottsvillo was entered by burglars, I ho safe blown open and several hundred dollars in money nnd stamp, besides several registered letters and u mail pouch were taken. In the Federal court nt Richmond Judge Cochran ruled that tho action of the 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, control of which recently passed into the hunds of a new syndicate headed by Cdwin Hawley nnd K. H. Huntington, will bo greatly improved. Important connections are to bo made that will mako tho road one of the great trunk lines. No changes in tho management I ' i suffered n $3,000 fire. Rogers Goro has sold the Springfield Sun to Hugh Leo Smith. Mrs. Pop Harmon, nged &4, is dead in the Enido section of Mercer. B. F. Hudson bought the Potts Mill property at Lancaster for $3,570. 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 building boom and several business blocks are in course of erection. Miss Addie Cook, the daughter of W. R. Cook, formerly of this countv, is dead at Somerset. Charles Herndon, who killed his wife in Whitley county eome 12 years ago, has been captured at Denver, Col. son of Mr. Isaac A Harmon, Junction City, was dangerously burned while playing around an open three-year-ol- AT COST order to make room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily, we will sell at absolutely Cost for the next In 30 DftYS. Our stock of Winter'Goods, grate. Alder II. Cowan and Fred Reed, who said they were deserters from the U. S. army, gave themselves up to Sherill Coulter at Danville. Mrs. William Gilpin, ono of tho oldest women in Casey county, died at Gilpin's store. Death was duo to infirmities incident to ago. Near Barbourville Thomas Brackctt had four lingers shot ofi of each hand whilo engaged in a shooting bee with a fellow named Jackson. Lewis Walker, executor of L. Y. Leave!!, is having a handsomo monument placed over his grave in tho Lancaster cemetery. It cost $2,700 nnd was built by William Adams & Son, of Lexington. The Boyle circuit court wns reversed in tho case of tho L. & N. railroad nguinstTinsley Stewart's administrator. The lower court gavo a verdict for $12,000 for the death of Tinsley. Tho reversal is on the.'admission of testimony ns to repairs made after the wreck in which ho was killed. Tho Federal grand jury nt Richmond has returned indictments, chnrging conspiracy nnd murder against Berry Simpson, his two sons, Jesse and Harvey, Reuben West, George Stanley, Oliver and Elisha Sluvin. 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, former County Judge of Wayne county, and moro recently cashier of tho Citizens' Nutionnl Bank of Monticello, who was nrrested charged with embezzling $55,000 of the bank's funds, causing it to close its doors, is reported dying of sisting of con- I' i Jnckson special snys: A petition wus filed in tho Circuit Clerk's office hero ugainst Mrs. Lou Hllen Hargis, widow of Judge Jnmos Hnrgis, by his Break oh your sins by doing right, creditors, asking that tho real estate lio n christian full of might, Alwnys dare tho foe to fight be sold to pay his debts. It is alleged And do the Master's will. Hint Judge Hnrgis left debts umounting 1 lis i to $30,000, and thnt tho personal prop erty is being wasted by his executrix. Washington Onco Gave Up to threo doctors; was kept III lied for Mrs. Hargis. Blood poison from uspld-er'- n live weeks Rovolts At Cold Stoel. blio caused lurgo, deep sores to "Your only hope," said three docover IiIh leg. The doctors failed, then i Mrs. M. K. Fisher, Detroit, "Bueklen's Arnica Snlvo completely tors to Hiitrerlng from severe, rectal troucured mo," writes John Washington, Mich. ble, lies in an operation," "then 1 of llos(iuovlllo, Tex. l'oreeenia, bolls New Life Fills," she -- '! nt used Dr. King' burns und piles Its Miproun. wrltos, "till wholly cured." They Penny's Drug Store. prevent Appendicitis, cure ConstipaTho sale of 2'1G.OOO Bharcs of stock in tion, Headache. 2.V. ut Penny's Drug tho Chesapenku & Ohio Railway Co. to Store. u syndicate headed by Fred C. Scott, of Scott &Struigiellow, Richmond. U., Fairbanks appointed and Kdwin Huwloy, railroad manipula- Senatorri Burrows, of Michigan, und Kuhn, Loeb &. Co , of New tor, from York, means the pasdng of thut road Bniley, of Texas, tellers to represent from interests which havo been closely the Senate In the counting of tho elecallied with tho Pennsylvania railroad. toral vote which wilt take place in tho destroyed chamber of tho Houso un Feb. 10. Fire nt Colioyvillu, Kunsas, A. B. Holiowuy's boarding stable, Foloy'sOrlno Laxatlvo cures constiwitli 20 lino burses. Several of vnlued ut from $1,000 pation und liver trouble, and makes tho tho horses were to $2,000 each. The total loss is esti- bowels healthy und regular. Orlno Is mated ut $75,000. superior to pills and tablets us ltdoes Why take 1h not gripo or uuuscutu. A tickling or dry cough enii olsoV Now Stunford Drug loosened with Dr Shoop's anything quickly Cough Kemedy No opium, no chloro- Co. Damage havoc fire nnd form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold from wrought by the high wind, estimated by Fenny 'a Drug Store. A Honry Kusscll, of near Junction City, passed from the stage of earthly uctlon at tho good old ago of 77 yenrs; "like ns n shock of corn fully ripe." Brother Kussell was n member of tho Christian church for 29 years, during which time wo did not nbout his standing ns a member, b,v ...irH mm ho came into tho Church of Christ under tho preaching of Brother Hubbard, of Stanford. Wo uro told that ho lived n consistent life from that timu until death claimed him. He leaves a devoted wife, six children nnd n number of grand children to mourn his loss. Children, weep not for your great loss is his eternal gain. You will never hear his voice nmro Becausu his tongue is still, You can meet him on Cunaan's shore, That is If you will. IltMsiELU know-muc- ii veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot exUted between iv desperulo lung troil-bi- o and tho grave to cause his death. "I contracted n stubborn cold," bo writes, "that developed a cough that stuck to me, lu oplteof all remedies, for joins My weight ran down to 130 pounds. Then I began to iiso Dr. King's New Discovery, which restored my health completely. I now weigh 178 pounds " For severe Colds, Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asthma, and to pi event l'lituiinonln It's unrivaled. GOo und $1. Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Soldier Balks Death Plot. It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war Overcoats, Heavy Suits for Men and Boys, Underwear, Heavy Shoes, Felt Boots, MEN'S SUITS, sizes 34, 35 and 36, $750 to $10 VALUES. Choice, $3. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Cummins . & ' Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. are contemplated. Following its construction of the law in tho Inter Kentucky nnti-trunational Harvester case, tho Court of Appeals reversed tho judgment of $2,- 700 fine returned against tho American Tobacco Company in tho Henry County Circuit Court. Tho lower court was directed to sustain the demurrer to the penal suit filed against the Tobacco Company on tho ground that no allega tion was mado that tho company enter ed into nny trust or combination to increase the price of tobacco. bills in modified Tho form again will be taken up by the Legislature of California this woek. Thomas B. Reed has been appointed postmaster at Combs, Madison county. Foley's Honey and Tar clears tho from them, It is said. tho Irritation in Soothui tho Inllamed the throat. The Socrot of Lonp; Life. membranes, und tho most lobstlnato A French scientist has discovered couh dliuppeurs. Sore und Inllamed ono secret of long life. His method lungs urohealed and strengthened, and deals with the blood. Hut long ago tho cold Is expelled from tho system. millions of Americans had proved Kufuse any but tho genuine In tho yel- Electric Hitters prolongs life und low puckuge. Now Stunford Drug Co. makes It worth living. It purifies, enreTho count of votes in tho race for riches und vitalizes the blood, United Mine Workers builds waited nerve colls, imparts llfo president of the (ho entire system, Itsl u of America is said to have proceeded und tonu to sick and far enough to show that President Lew-- ii godsend to weak, trouble, debilitated had blighted by a handsomo ma- people. "Kidney will be jority. John Walker, his opponent, is my life for mouths," writes V. M. said to be making preparations for a Sherman, of Cushiug, Me., "butKIec-tri- o Hitters cured mo entirely " Only contest. fiOo. ut Ponhy's DrugJStoro. at ubout 500,000, wan caused during Proventtes those Candy Cold Curo Friday und Saturday in Texas in KLKCTIUC UANGKS Tho Knujje to buy; a full naver; 11 mouoy maker; They nro still working away on the tho Ubthakor. A largo lino Tablets- - will safely and quickly check of select from ami we will appreciate a call. Cooper-Sharp- e jury at Nashville. Nine The homo of Nahtaniel Workman in oall colds and tho Grip, Trjthem jurors had been accepted up to yesterSold by Penny a day. About 1.200 talesmen were ex- Bath county burned and two of his onco und see children were cremated. Drug Store. ( aniined. 8mallpovinthoNewportjail,nndthecnse now pending in Federal Court may never come to trial. Two men implicated in tho Stearns mine riot nnd now in tho jail developed tho loathsome disease first and McConnaghy contracted it nlr passages, stops Oklu-nom- a. -- 1 GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. I tfl 1 I GEO. B. COOPER n a cumlldot It A rnndhlMx for Tho above Is the name of a German tor county rmut clerk of Lincoln county, ot the IfeniocrMIc chemical, which Is ono of the many subject to tho action putty. E. C. WALTON valuable Ingredients of Foley's Kid- CHARLES A.HARDIN, ncy Hcmdy. Hoxamcthylcnctclra- Mrropf county, li n cimtlldntx for Is rocognUcd by medical toxt of Tils State Jourrm', Frankfort, mine Attorncyof thin, Dm Willi ilUlrlct, Milijoi'tto llio iictlon of the made a ten strike in securing tho ser- tho Senate. books anil authorities ns a uric acid' ilomoiTMle imrtjr. vices of Mr. James L. Newman, ona of The United States Senate has passed solvent nnd antiseptic for tho urine. the best newspaper men in tho Stntr, to n bill prohibiting Importation of opium Tako Foley's Kidney Hcmedy ns soon J. D. SWOPE clerk of act as its managing editor. For a long except for medical purposes, proserin- - ng you notice any irregularities, nnd Isacnndldate for tcircuit ton of the Lincolnc lemo-cratltMiintr, subject to lie act time he represented the Courier-Journa- l party. iscw Stan- ing a penalty pf two years imprison- - avoid a serious malady and Louisville Times but he was too ment nnd n fin'o of $5,000, and it is ex- - ford Drug Co. --.- ..., -- good a democrat and too close to Gov, pressly stated that tho possession of ......, ""-- " " , Heckham for those papers and they let the forbidden drug shall be deemed gut- " Lincoln w 1 orK wnB Bn"1 nnu Notice Is " county Imiidshereby glen that all March I, him out aboat tho time they wcro rais flcient ovidenco to convict. of series "II." Issued liege Mm. In l& years with prb 1111 of inp heaven and earth to defeat theRov """:, Tho Senatorial Committee in the .lis- - E .... aul.t .l.tlrt . ....-.- . lul ika.... 1UIT1IIK III l"jri in" III r.it. ..,.,. " trnor for U. S. Senator. Tho Cincin trlct composed of Jessamine, Scott ami ROj wag h.nmjn paid on the 1st day of March, lism, on presrevolver when It entation to the Lincoln County National nati Enquirer made him a flattering of Woodford decided to hold tho primary was discharged, tho bullet crashing llntiknnil tlinl Interest on same will stop fcr nt that timo nnd he has been on nn iho onmn ,nv It la held In Jessamlno through two windows across nn area- - afler snld ilnte. Total amount 1&,E. I hi Jan. 21 ii" v. that great newspaper since. Mr. New- for countv officers nnd bo limited to way nnd piercing the heart of Mrs. James McKcchnle.U, It. Cooper mid W.8. man ia a native of Frankfort and is mat county, wnose nmc u ia m uumu. luckermon. llurch, Committee. .. very popular. Ho will make tho Jour- tho Senator. Tho dato of tho primary,! Don't drug tho Stomach, or stlmu- nal nn even better paper, although It is has not yet been fixed. Dr. T. It. into the Heart or Kidneys. That Is par excellence now. Welsh, B. M. Arnett and E. B. Hoover wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help. Vitalize theso arc the Senatorial aspirants. room of tho governor The reception weak Insido controlling ncrvos with in the new Capitol will be one of the CRAB ORCHARD. Dr. Shoop'. Restorative, nnd see how most beautifully decorated rooms of quickly gooU health will como to you Mr. Eph Pennington bought tho S. P. any Capitol building in the West. The again. Test It nnd see Sold by Penwork will be executed in keeping with Gray mare for $C0. ny's Drugstore. Mr. James Livingston's horse tell the period of the room suggested In the namely Louis XIV. The with him, severely mashing his left architecture, S M.OWENS Being ihe 1st dy ol the Fcbrusry trim o( the enrichment of the ceiling will be in is cnnuuiiue lor AssvsMir.ui i.iiicuihi-uhiiLincoln county court, I will, between the hours Mr. David Rigsby has returned Irom ty. subject to tii action ot.the.iH'inocrntic plaster relief and be, treated to corresol 9 o'clock A. M. sad 4 o'clock P. M, in pond or harmonize with the tapestry a year's stay in Oklahoma and rented . door in Stanford, Ky., dont ot the pointed panels that are to be placed in the Gormley home. W. S.BURCH Miss Melsalda Chadwlck has the finest Is n cnndldntp for County Attorney of Lin- sell at public outcry lo the highest and best bid the panels of tho side walls. These subject to tlie action ot the der lor caih in hand, the following litis, ot so panels are to bo executed in a series of pony ever brought to our town and is coln county,party. Democratic much at will pay laics, coU and penalty. verger landscapes as those that were very proud of it. She is a splendid girl JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. At fait as payments are made the namrt will executed by the Goblin factories in the anyway. In n cnndlilnti for circuit JuiIro of this. th Farmers are taking advantage of the 1.1th illstricl, subject to tint action of the disappear. time of Louis XIV, introducing a numThe amount set opposite each name includes ber of scenes surrounding the palaces pretty weather to get in a lot of "plow Democratic party. C pel cent, penalty and cod of advertising. JOHN C. PEPPLES. of Versailles and the Chateau districts ing. Quite a lot of tobacco is to be put T. J. HILL, Shenfl. In for another year. of France. Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln counMr. Will Garner has opened a nice ty; subject to the action of. the democratic STANFORD-WHI- TE. The West Virginia law makers are line or Spring goods in the Singleton party. $ 3 15 Bamett, Mrs Eliiabcth house and lot trying to solve the vexing question of store room, and will appreciate your W, W. WHITE 47 75 pistol carrying and the Senate has pass- patronage and treat you right. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- Bright, J W ni 150 acres ty, subject to the action of the Democrullc Colling., Mrs Bettie 40 acres ed a bill which provides that all persons Judge Collier has moved into Dr. party. Dawes, C L 30 acres desiring to carry pistols may pay a $10 Doores' property on Lancaster street. JAMES P. BArLEY license, secured from the circuit court, Dr. Harmon is back from South Dakota Elliott. Bill 25 acres and that the (applicant must give 10 and has opened an office on Stanford It n candidate for Judge ot the Lincoln Green, Thomas Fm 110 acres days' notice by publication. The gun street. Mr. A. C. Dunn has moved to county court, subject to the action of the Leasure. joe 14 acies Democratic party. ciedit Manuel. Thomas 5 acres 1907-carrier must give bond in the sum of the Will James property. Maurico W. H. SHANKS 4 95 $1.80, balance $3,500, on which he is liable for accl Perkins has moved to his pretty cot- Is a candidate for for 2 60 dcntal(and unlawful use of the weapon. tage on Depot street. Mr. and Mrs. action of the Lincoln county, subject to the Maion, M O n r 50 acres Democratic party. 9 90 Carrying concealed weapons is a cow Will Dunn have moved to the homo of Slephenwn. Dave 7 acres GARLAND SINGLETON I 55 ardly habit and the bane of this coun Mrs. Fannie Redd and Louis Dillion Is a candidate for Suwrlntendeiit ot Public Yeaser, Dan and John n t I acre STANFORD-COLORE- D. try, the elimination of which deserves and fmily occupy the Broughton Hchools of Lincoln count, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. $5 25 Anderson, S D I acre the best thought and action. JAMES F. HOLDAM Bnght. Caleb Und are Th voum folks at Crab Orchad of New York, will Senator Dli-ew- , circuit cleric of Isncandldato socials. county, subject for the action of the Lincoln Hocker, Alfa I acre Demo to pay $300 a day for a single room in enjpying lots of dances and Jackson, J S land dance at Mr. Will cratic party. the Corcoran building in Washington There was a nice Lillard, Edward hrt lot Dunn's last week, and one at Mr. John If You on inauguration day, in which to en To Crow Corn. Itiintpr'a this week, and several more Alfalfa, hoes and cattle come to Ilutler t'o. Pleasants, Jim I acie tertain his sriends. Only men having Mend for list ot Improved farms, Addrcx, Stewart his land, credit $125; balance peothe smell of John D.'s coal oil can af on the coming docket. The young Thomas, Francis 3 acres J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Ka ple enjoyed a splendid social at Mr. Ed ford such luxuries. Wade. Davidson n I I acre country home, one at the home White's WAYNESBURG WH ITE. night NEW ILACKSMITH AND REGen. Gomez on Thursday was inaug of Miss Bell Pennington Saturday 2 50 Baitin hrs L M 140 acres PAIR SHOP. urated president of Cuba with impres last, and Friday night our young peo3 40 Boone. Nub 3 acres Provisional Gov. Ma ple were invited to a party at Mr. Cumsive ceremonies. I hnoopened a hlackMnlth and Kcneriil 2 65 Buckley, Wm n r 127 acres goon, afterburning over the govern' mins', of Preachcrsville, also one at repair shop at my home, the old lollmitc 5 35 Phil I acie near on the htamord ment to the new administration, sailed Mr. Will Spangler's, and Miss Bessie pro'rty iindafk a share ofplke.i public pa Delsney, the 5 75 1'AIM, JKMHti, !Iutonllle, K. Davidson, James'60 acres Maine, Smith gives one this week. We enjoy trouage. for the United States on the new 4 75 Flo)d. J B 39 acre. seeing the young have good times, as I 55 Gillam, J C n I lot The Louisville Board of Trade has we are not so aged as to forget how 2 90 Gooch, Sam 10 acres extended a hearty welcome to the whis pleasant such gatherings were to us. 5 50 Haggard. W C 65 acies ky men who will be driven out of Ten There has been no timo in the history 2 85 e Hcaglcy, Geo A n r 166 acres legislation. nessee by If of Crab Orchard when a greater spirit 3 90 they all accept, Marse Henri will have of enterprise and improvement havo We nre tu position to do all kinds of con Heath, Thomas n r 55 acies cretlng. such lis lllock Work, I'aTeiiients Kenny, Jat 8 acres 3 65 lot) of company. thliiK from a fact, we been manifested than now. Quite a lot and. Indown to acan make any We can serTe fence post. house 3 15 McDonald. M C hn lot s has exchanged hands you promptly and guarantr? of town property 4 75 POLITICAL. material. Call and get our prices McKeiuie, Mack n r lot and buildings been erected and more to work and buy our mutt rial at If list, before you 3 65 x o.v.1, a. v Moore. D M 20 acres The W. C. T. U. has a bill before the follow in the near future. Frank Estes 5 15 Osborne, James 100 acres prohibit the marm sold his houso and lot near the ChrisOhio Legislature to 4 75 acres Pitman. W ft I cigarettes. facture, sale or gift-otian church to a Mr. Davis from Gar4 75 Reynolds. W P 33 acres Stanford, Ky. Commonwealth's Attorney B. J. Be, rard county, for $1,000. A Mr. Saun3 90 Riley. Mrs Aha 109 acies 8SS thurum. of Somerset, has announced ders, from lower Garrard, has rented 8 85 Rulheiford, John 80 acres for the republican nomination for cir the house just completed by Sam 8 50 Singleton. A K 172 acies stock cuit judge. and will open an 9 35 Somonn, Chailes n i 177 acres After 1G years on tho bench, Chief of groceries and dry goods. Kobort 2 10 Stull. Belle 5 acres Justice John It. Tyson,,of the Alabama Collier Bold theTatem homo ft Mr. PeUpthegrove hrs 75 acies 260 Supreme Court, resigned to ters, of Indiana, for $1,200. Mr. Col 5 15 Htanford. K.V.. Jnn.d. IU9. the Fiscal Court- Wilcher. J B 150 acres the practice of law prolier will erect a handsome residence on of Lincoln county. Ky., I mile I 90 fyA Stanford, Kentucky. nnu completion en a Young. S.t!.e 34 acres 1907-lortlieert-ciloA number of Madison and Garrard the old corner lot. the prettiest site in pos.uacounty new court house on the public 290 republicans have sprung the name of town, for a dwelling or business house. square In the city of Htnnford aRrcniblo to Young. W A acre by ArchiHUSTONVILL- E- Wl IITE. und speclllcntlons Louis L. Walker, of Lancaster, for col- Mr. Sid Duke will erect a handsomo plan Frank V. Mllburn Aprepared Co.. Washington tects $4 75 D. 11. Plans will be on tile with the Archl Austin, Ed 5 acres lector of this district. cottago near the depot this Spring. Mr. tects and with theCoiiiityClorkatHtanford, I 55 Bashn, Henry hrs 5 acies Roosevelt has given ap- Sam Tatem contemplates erecting a Kach Contractor will tile with his bid a President Carson, Joe 14 acres certl!lidchcck,lundepu)abletoJ. H. (! 490 proval to the plan to put the head of handsome residenco soon. Mr. John ley. County Judge, lor JuiO.ui.ustjtldence of Catswell, John n r 14 acres bid Is Lincoln on one of the popular coins, Riddle is to build a nice cottage in the good faith on his part, and If hiscontract lie at cepted.ttiut lie will enter Into hustler, oucuiiiid give nil iiccepluhlUKiiariiiitvecoiii-pany'- s Davidson, S N his town lot probably the half dollar. Spring and Crab Orchard's old bond, pa) able to the county, for tt Dye, James 9 acres; ciedit $1.50 A bill creating a new division In the who has ever been one of her most en ier cent, of the contract price for the faith-iu- l iierforinance of the contract. The con- Esles, Eliia 4 acies middle Federal judicial district of Ten- terprising citizens, J. T. Chadwlck, will tractor will lm paid (i per cent, us the work nessee was passed by the House. Tho build two nice cottages on his vacant progresses, retaining 'M ier cent, until Mnal Esles, Bettie 19 acres Evans, Elua n r 20 acres completion. Oryanirtit. 8S2. Capital Stock, S5O.O0O. court is to sit at Cookville. lots between his two nice homes All bids to he scaled and Hied with the acie Countv Clerk onor before II) a m. February Fletcher, J F Surplus and WndiVidid SProfih, OOO. After four hours of debate the omniHuh, liiu. 35 50 Napier, J R hrs 83 acies bus claims bill was passed by the SenThe Fiscal Court rcsencs the right to reMATRIMONIAL. 55 JYas Spaw, Ellen n I I acie ject any or all bids. paid in 'Dividands sfneo Organisation, ate. It carries an appropriation of 500. J. H. OW'HLK V, J It., County Judge. Wright, Ceo lot 3 15 Edward Bailey and Miss Bettie Raines $3,000,000. The bill having been about CJKOltUK II. COOl'KIl, Clerk, 18 10 Yocum. A A and W C 60 acres fnvito 9eu Jfeeounts on Our favorably acted upon by the House will were married at Highland on tho 28th. 3 15 Yocum, Amelia 10 acres Mrs. Isaiah Brooks, of Brooksburg, now go to conference with the many a HUSTONVILLE-COLOR- ED. amendments that havei been placed lnd., has just buried her fifth husband. $3 65 Bailey, Thomas acre OFFICER. George Craig, aged 7G, who had just DIRECTOR. upon it by the Senate. 4 75 ITS Barfield. Will 5 acres V. Held, . The Committee on Public Morals of married his fourth wife, dropped dead J. H. Baughman, I, S, Hocker, President;, 3 15 Compton, Ed lot M D. lilmore, J. M. Pettui. the California Senate reported favora- in Bath county. S. T. Harm, 3 65 Cooper, Richard lot J. Arthur Smith, of Danville, and II. C. Haughman, J, V Cummini, bly on the Walker-Oti- s John J. McHoberts, Cashier; 2 60 Giveni, Ellen 2 lots S. T. Harris, J no. C. Koblnson, bill. There was no minority report. Miss Ida Davis, of Somerset, were 3 65 Goode, Ed lot II. C. Baughman, Asst, Cash'r W. H. O'Uannon J. S. Hocker, The bill was given a second reading married at Lexington. Tho groom Is in Hall, Cal lot 260 W. W .Saunders, DooVVeeper. C. E. Tale. yesterday. Senator Walker said: "Not the employ of the Q. & C. Hocker, Mack 14 acre Our old friend, Will S. Stone, of Libmore than five members of the Senate ! McCormack, Geo Jr lot GO erty, has at last joined the army of will vote against this bill." acres Meadoes, Jake Gov. Willson has remitted Kentucky's benedicts. He was married the other Powell. Will lot portion of the $1,000 fine entered day to Miss Sue Burgin, a handsome Ross, Henry n r acie against Berea College for violation of young woman of that city. u3Us7 Singleton, I lenry lot Invitations have been issued to the the Day law, which imposed a penalty CRAB ORCHARD-WHI- TE. of whites and Negroes marriage of Miss Jennie Kuvanaugh 2rn for 8 50 59 acres BolL'ill. F and Mr. Thomas R. Slavin, which will in tho same institution. The governor 2c. 4 15 Fanii, Mrs Emma lot says Berea has done great work In tho tako placo on Wednesday morning. Teb. IS I lutchison, James n I 92 acies II 40 und was in good faith in making 10, at the old Paint Lick church In State I The Interior Journal. Gov. Patterson hu reappointed Tuily Brown to be adjutant general of Ten-- j nessee; John Thompson, commissioner of agriculture; and R. L. Jones, super- intendent of public Instruction, Iho has appointments have been conflr.ncd by Hexamethylenetetramlne LU6KY """" -- " P.'E " """ NOTICEI -- ",7" FOR YOU. 1 - We have about 50 MEN'S SUITS, only Sheriffs Sale For one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE, rather than Taxes! style, can not afford to miss. They are not damaged, not shelf worn; a few of them are MONDAY, FEB. 8, '09, a little soiled. Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than court-hous- e p"r. $10, Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. Wejwantthem out of the way. We need the money and we have assorted them and made two prices $5.00 and $7.50 A Suit. 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. H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Want - e, New Ledgers, Journals And Cash Books gg CONCRETING first-clas- anti-booz- In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. (D su f PHILLIPS BROS.. 3-- 4 qj S tiy fj Line of Stationery 04 Ta-ter- ritfnttlltr Notice to Contractors 1 PENNY'S DPUG STOPF 8 tfn 1 Stanford, JCy, JS, S2I, 7?rits t; mg m a z CO 3 Gar-rarr- d. . I J.I n fcf a test of the Day law in the courts. In the Upper House of the Tennessee Legislature a bill was Introduced to require sheriffs to secure from Federal revenue oflicials a list of all persons to whom Federal liquor licenses have been Issued. Another bill was introduced providing for a commission to assess the valuo of all property, the use of which is alleged, will be damaged by prohibition bills. the State-wid- e Clover and popular Sam Robinson is to tako unto himself a wife. Invitations huve been received by friends hero requesting their attendance at tho marriage of Miss Martha Ruzitsky, at New Bedford, Mass., to him on Feb. 10. Mr. Robinson Is one of our most wideawake merchants and his legion of friends are glad to know that he Is soon to enjoy connubial bliss. o as C9 ao as: O HE r Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens 9 to 9 mo rw - ? t: ) Reese, Jennie 10 acies Siler, Elder 125 acits Todd. 1122 acres 2 10 8 85 5 20 I I CRAB ORCHARD-COLOR- ED, Tl C Butcher, Suva acre Butcher. Maiy lot Hayes, Willard I acie Huinber. Effie acie Pennington, Ceo 9 acies Slaughter, Mattie lot 30 55 2 90 I 30 3 65 I 30 T. J.lHLL,S.if Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc. Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 Turkeys lO to 12c. Scrap Iron. Guineas $2 Per Dozen. Rubber. H. B NORTHCOTT, Stanford, Ky. l-- 2c. m jM MM a , .W,-fc'&.- a rJ ,irfiliv ,4ftiii,.ft mttimi- - mi ' njm "T- - ; "r"r"i' t--- ny wr tora ir'k f?g?' rv klj a UNTIL FEB'Y. 1ST Wc will oiler any Cloiik or The- lino 4) Fur in our house nt ONE-TIHK- oft" the price. embraces sonic swell Mylcs in I.ndics' Castor Cont, Hnin Mull's nnil Neck Pieces. Coats, You enn nflord to look n scnon nhcnil nt thceo MoneySnving Price. liliM Htak tD L. Ii. Hughes T. W. Humble PillowTop n! For fk One uy six skeins r3 o Cent Is 5T fs Jy Children's Coats J -- 2 and J -- 3 Off the Price. Richardson's Embroidery Silk al our Art Department and get rt 22x22 inch Bulgarian Cloth Pillow Top with Back for one cent. Pillow top is the new Bulgarian Cloth and is stamped and tinted in colors. Your choice of various designs. i SEVERANCE . & SON. cost. Cummins & STANFORD KY. W. O. Martin ' The Interior Journal. Overcoats nt cost. Wcaren. m Cummins & 4 weather has been so cold tho 1V.ii. 1909 town clock quit business. Btankohd, Kv., New lino of spectacles. Eyes tcsto 'a view post frco at tho New Stanford Drug Co. New msortmont of local store. cards nt Penny's Drue Store. ,.., ruM.tnl hnrcmlrut In Box Foil all kinds of fresh meats phono Cnu Taper, but the supply Is limited. Ask 178, and havo It sent to your houso. J. to sco them. Penny's Drug Store. TlIK L, Mccks. an experienced gardener. Thone continues quite Must como well recommended. MiR3 Emma Wakiien 239, Danville. sick. enn mi IIent. Thn Warner Rev. T. W. IlAnKEii is nt Crossvillc, on East Main Street. Ap-.store-hous-o Tcnn., on business. tif wnrncr. Mu. Auiekt It. Wallace, candidate ply al once 10 V. ' coroner, is ill with appendicitis. for for iNCUnATOR and three brooders J. II. Dunn and family hnvo moved sale; in good condition. Mrs. E. P. from Garrard to a farm near Hurtin. L Mas. U. F. Walter of Lancaster, Woods, Stanford. was tho guest of Miss Mollio Walter. J. Fbank Barnett's father-in-law- , Dk. K. J. Hhown went up to Ilrod-hea- d J. Moore, presented him with a store yesterday on professional business. in Danvlllo and he has gone over to look It. C. Saukley has bought an inter-es- t after it. PERSONALS. ' Wanted, sup .. r. I In Meybcrg's drug store at 11 ar rods-bun- r. . ' i I (I Misses Maiuu Maiiony and Myrtlo Barker visited Mrs. J. E. Uuck at till berts Creek Friday. Miss Susan Fisiiku Woods went to Millorsburg yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. S. M. Allen. Mr. and Mas. A. H. Uillion. of CrabOrchnrd, are visiting Mr. and Mm. J. W Moore. Liberty News. Mr. U. J. Smith, formerly of Gilberts Creek, has located at Lewis, N. M., and orders his paper sent to him there. Miss Htiiei. Dunn, who taught in tho Graded School hero a year ngo. is ill with typhoid fever at her home in Garrard. Messrs. M. I). Huc.iies, W. IS. Mason and W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, wcro here on business Friday. The former paid us a call. Mr. II. M. Hallou. of Lancaster, took tho train here yesterday for Ashe-villN. C, where ho rocs for the benefit of his health. Miss Mary Wilson, of Crab Orch-nn- l, is attending tho Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond and orders tho I. J. sent to her. Mrs. J. Roy II. Rose and her little son took tho tram here Friday for Etowah. Tenn. Shn had been visiting her parents nt Hustonville. county A MIOIITY pretty girl writes us that she is surry Bho can not bo here to work for Mr. W. S. Ilurch in his race for county attorney. Mil Edwin Booth, prominently connected with the N. C. & St. L. railroad ..I I'l.ntlnnom'll. Titin.. is Hnerullntr n e. Coulter White and Dr. Phillips livery stable havo opened an at Morcland and they ask n share of tho public patronage. ON account of the fearful weather Saturday, Myers Bros, postponed the sale of their livery outfit until 10 A. M. Thursday next, Feb. 4th. A Lexington check Now, check would man who forged a for ft 75 got two years for It. if tho fellow who passes a cold could get about 10 years, things sorter even up. picturo show will continue at Walton's Opera House until further notice, with a changu of pictures each night. Tho show begins promptly ut 7 o'clock. Admission Cc. TlIK moving The call for tho primary to bo held Saturday Bays that all known demo crats will bo permitted to participate in It. That ought to be clear enough. Let republicans stay out of the family affair. Miss Ijvura Dye has resigned as teacher of the Sixth grade In the Stanford Graded School nnd Miss Claudia Eaton, of this place, was elected In her stead. Miss Eaton took charge yesterday morning. . tiT Florence and L. It. Hughes n lot on Logan Avenue for has suircrcd greatly. $S00. He will build a nice residence They aro telling on Mr. Joshua D, and we hope ho and his good wife will Swope, ono of thu three candidates for few days with Mrs. Mary Johnson and come over and occupy it. circuit clerk, that in his rounds ho call Miss Ellen Montgomery ut Uowen, this ed at tho homo of a voter who owns n county. SlJUIRB J. T. RoiiEHTS bought of J. bull dog. As the story goes, Mr, MRS. J. E. Claunch entertained A. Hammonds tho Ball farm near Hub- large most delightfully at a luncheon with Swopo walked up to tho door and knocktho followinc guests: Mrs. Ma- ble at $75. Squire Roberts' trade ed and n second later tho dog jumped ry Helen Gibson, Mrs. J. M. Richard- Messrs. Tribblo and Gaines for '20 son, Mrs. Terry Edson, Mrs. L. R. acres of tho Owsley farm nt Walnut at him and thu corpulent candidate took to his heels. The man of tho house apUng worth and Mrs. W. F. Vaughn. Flat for $1,000 fell through. Somerset Journal. peared about this time and yelled out, A FAIRLY good picture of Mrs. Lucy THE members of the young people's "what nro you running for, Josh?" Courier-Journa- l. Beaxlcv appeared in Sunday's town "For circuit clerk and I want you to Grouped with her wero her societies of all thu churches of two brothers, Messrs. II. F. Hudson, of are cordially invited to be present nt help mo all you can," replied the can Lancaster, and Humphrey Hudson, of tho Epworth Leaguo social Friday didate as he continued to make tracks Danville, and sister, Mrs. Waller night. Feb. 5th, in tho Owsley store- with the dog at his heels. of Oklahoma. rooms. W. B. Barker, President. Muskogee. Being To my Fellow Democrats. Judge M. Tkyton, of leading and most sucOkla., ono of the contest The homo of tho lato John F. Cash convinced that a Oklahoma, is hero cessful lawyer of Danvlllo Avenue is for salo private- for tho nomination to the office of coun visiting his sisters, Mrs. Greenberry on and Miss Eugenia Peyton. Tho ly. Tho residence is large, commodious ty attorney is undesirable and against Adams latter, who has been III for two months, and in good repair. Thero are 2Di acres our party's interests, I havo decided to underwent an operation skilfully per- in tho lot. For further particulars call withdraw from the contest, this being formed by Dr. T. W. Wiley, assisted on H. C. Baughman nt tho First Na- tho only course left to me to reduce tho by Drs. Ruckcr and Houston, with inTur- - nomination to a contest between two dications of its eompleto success. Her tional Bank, or James N. Cash, candidates, as I have heretofore exhundreds of friends are very hopeful ncrsville. that Khe will soon bo entirely well. hausted every effort in this direction Badly Burned. Mrs. Louisa Holtz-cla- without avail. My duty to our party Judge Peyton will probably remain hero as the guest of his sisters. C. a few days the aged mother of Mrs. John now impels mo to adopt this course. 1 -- McKinney. Texas. Courier-GazettPepples, of this place, was badly burn- shall over remember and bo very grateed at tho homo of her son near Preach-enwill- ful to the friends who have manifested LOCALS. Her clothing caught from an an interest in my behalf. Yours truly, Clothes French cleaned. Cook & open grate and wero practically all T. J. Hill, Jr. burned off. Her condition is considered Farmer. Next Saturday between the hours of Cummins & serious. Iliail top shoes at cost. C a. M. und 4 I'. M. tho democrats of Wcaren. "Uncle Dink" Farmer, one of tho this county will by their vote Bay who jailer, evidently pro- will bo thu county offices for tho four MoviNCi pictures nt tho opera houso candidates for poses to catch votes in more ways than years to rome, beginning Jan. 1, 1910. each night this week. Admission Cc. ono. On Friday evening ho was seen It is tho duty of every democrnttotako Don't forget tho moving picture to Icavu town with a half dozen steel a hand in making tho selection. It is It costs only 5c to seo traps. However, ho may bo using also their duty to vote for tho best show It. them to catch somo of his opponents men olfercd. He Is u poor citizen and f' with. democrut who does not want tho best snlo of Myers Bros.' livAttenij the i Mr. T. J. Hill, men possible to fill tho cilices of trust mornHill Withdraws. ery outfit nt 10 o'clock Thursday Jr., has withdrawn from tho ruco for Don't let bad weather or a rush of ing, Feb. I. tho democratic nomination for county work keep you away, but go to your Foil Rent.- - Two rooms over the mil- attorney. Ho Informs us that he took precinct and voto and boo that your linery store of tho Misses Strnub. Ap- tho step believing it was the beat for democratic neighbor does likewise, ply nt once to Mrs. Mary Strnub, Stan- tli. nartv. Mr. Hill was making an ag Tho irreprcssiblo floater will of course ford. gressive campaign and there wero a be on hand and will voto early and ofis permitted to. Don't let month I will Bell for cash number who thought ho would land the ten if ho AFTER this Ills action camo as a sur that pernicious class name tho officers I know nomination. only. 1 will not credit nny one. This but be on hand and help do it yourself. that I can make it pay you to trade prise to his legion of friends. W. s. You owe it to your county and your bo glad to have you leaven Messrs. M. F. North and with me and would party. Do your duty. Burch in U rac. git. m a trial. J. M. PMIh. bought of J. Wallace W. C. Walter, of Kingsville, All board bills at tho St. Asaph Ho tel must be settled at the end of each 3t. Men's, boys' and children's winter month. Farris & Hardin. suits nt cost. Cummins & Wcaren. J. T. Conn, who used to live here, but who moved tu Somerset some four ALL accounts due tho estntu of M. or five years ago, will muko tho race Hardin, deceased, must bo settled at for chief of police of that place. He once. Mrs. Bessie M. Hardin, cxt'x. 3t. would make an excellent officer. Charles Hart, of Comas, Washing-"toIn a card announcing for in remitting for his I. J. says: "I tion for circuit judgo in the Pulaski dis hope to hear of W. L. McCarty's nomtrict, Judge M. L. Jarvis says: "If ination for sherilf." elected, will continue to hand out even Lots of good horses, buggies, drum-mcr'- d handed justico at the same old stand.' wagons, harness, etc., will be What more could bo asked of the gen tleman ? Hold nt Myers Bros.' livery salo Thursday morning, beginning at 10 o'clock. THE Ladies' Aid Society of the Bapfor tist church of Crab Orchard will hold a Samuel Rice was nominated Church Fair on Saturday, Feb. 13th, mayor of Richmond and his brother, II over Robert L. Edmiston's Btore-rooC. Rice, got the nomination for magis beginning at 9 o'clock in tho morning. Uate. Both gentlemen aro brothers of Refreshments will be served. Arttcnd nnd help tho laudable enterprise. Messrs. J. S. and T. A. Rice, of this place. Sale Declared Off. On account of and jack the weather For Sale. Lot of nice, pure bred salo bad have been the stallion Hustonville held at to Plymouth Rock, Bun Orpington. Black Feb. 10 and 11 by the Hustonville ComLangs han and Silver Laced Wyandotte bination Salo Co., was declared off and Will have lot on street Feb- the 50 or CO jacks and stallions that had cockerels. the ruary county court day in Stanford xml been entered will be sold at 24 annual sale at Hustonville March and 25. Lancaster. Mrs. W. P. White, Stan- The stallion and jack men who had enford R. F. D. No. 4. 3t. tered their stock thought it rather early for the salo and tho promoters of the & Cres- enterprise acceded to their request and Reduced Rates via Queen cent Route. To New Orleans ond postponed the sale until March 24 and Mobile. Tickets on sale February 17th to 22nd inclusive. Return limit March To the Democrats of Lincoln County: 1st with extension privilsgu March 13th, I am in the race for assessor to stay 1909. For particulars ask Ticket Agents until after or address H. C King, G. P. A , Lex- combination the election. I am in no and will go into none. I ington, Ky. am making tho race on high toned prinIN announcing his enndidacy for as- ciples. I havo been farming ali of t my life and was shentT one term and my sessor of Lincoln county a man uses n experience in these lines has taught quarter of a page "ad" in the Inter- me tho value of property. ior Journal. Ho evidently believes in If elected, Mr. E. D. Kennedy, who printer's ink and for thnt reason ought made the county one of the best asses sors it ever had, will be my deputy. to bo nominated. Frankfort Journal. l mpo my menus win come out anu and guess who the vote and do all in their power to get Look over this paper others to do so. candidate is If elected. I will make every effort to The weather behaved very badly Fri- do equal and exact justice to everybody. S. Al. UWENS. day and Saturday but Sunday and yesterday wero fine Winter days. Friday it "snowed nnd blowed" with terrific Pneumonia Follows LaGrippe Pneumonia often follows la grippe force; Saturday thu wind blew from nil points of thu compass nnd the mercury but never follows the use of Foley's stood between 10 and 15 nbove zero; Honey und Tar, for la grippe coughs Sunday and yesterday were bright and and deep seated colds. Refuse any cold but tho mercury begun its upward but U19 genuine in tho jellowpackagc. journey curly yesterday morning. This New Stanford Drug Co. is a splendid ico harvest and many of T. J. HILL, JR., the fortunate farmers arc tilling their ice houses. Thu cold spell has been 1h a ranitidine for County A ttorni'y u( Lintubjvet to tlit action of I lie general and tho North and Northwest coln eiiiinty,party. Ik'iiuK-ratlWearcn. n, Under wear at Embroidery and Laces Just received the largest assortment of Lacts nnd ies over brought to Stanford. Embroider- A All grades and pricee. Spring goods nre arriving daily and tlic new firm of Hughes, Martin fe Co. solicit your trade, promising to keep up the reie is utation of the house, that the very best goods at tho lowest Wo in- prices possible consistent with legitimato merchandising. will not handle cheap, shoddy goods. Come to tec us and :n spect our Spring goods. show you. We arc always glad to tee you and HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., .1 - Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 'i il Full Stock of Oliver Chilled ,- -l PLOWS and Repairs. I nrt. W". D, WALLIN a cniulltlate for of Lincoln tothi) iicllon of the ilenioeratle Avor W, E. Perkins. Crab Orchard. Watch This Space Next sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods Is- 300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. Wed-nmula- v Koglo (arm on (ireen ltler,Uai,ey county, unit mljucent l.lnnlv (ool nt lKlinorliood uiul netir Mchml; lfriacrcn ciioIokihI, tillable, Hum toluicco. corn und Kra lanU, residue wotxl.untl; well adopted to stuu rnltdntc; uuIalliiK ktream o( tine Hater runs throuitu the ,farm. Dwelling, well uiul outlHilldliiKa. l'rli-ei,UV. J. K. FlHlLK. Mlddleliurg, Ky. NOTICE. We will niter to the lilghcBt Milder nt our liable on IVKt ttrecl, tiiuhhday, fkh-- tii, inn. a lot of Rood lior.e. IiukkIch, lmrncsa, ail drummer.' wuuoiia, double linrneitt and everything to nmWe n ltery tlr.l-cliis- a Cho-nau- lt, three-corner- .table. Col. J. r.Olmiidler.Auct. Mykhsi llitox., Thi Jotiph Pries Sanatorium, North Lnncu.tcr Htreet, Stanford, Kentucky. For Treatment of IMseusen of the Ke,No.e, Hectul Throat. Knr, (ieutto-l'rlnarNei una H item and Hurgery. Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, KY. & FARM FOR RENT m I On MONDAY, KKH. . MV, nt I o'clock p. u., nt eourt-hou.- e door, (Stanford, Ky. A the truiteoot lire e.tate ol Jaine. we will rent to the hlghe.t und be.t bidder for the term of one your, U'tlnului! with March I, ltu, und ending March l,MU, the farm known a. thejaine. l'epple. place, 3 nillea Ka.t of (Stanford, containing nhout 11U acre., the luccea.luf bidder to execute, a note lor the amount of tho relit, with approved tccurlty, Inuring S per cent. Inlere.t from Ita date. Tin) right to reject nny and all 01 da la reaened. KQlMTAHLr: HANK A TIlfMTCO., Walton, Ky, GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale -- VIA- SEEDS. We alilp beat quality Held and garden aeela direct tufariueraut loweat wliole.ale price.. We aell clocr. urac, aeeil oata. teed corn, cane aeed, millet, cow- iH'ua.aoJu beam, iH'auula, aeed potutoea, cabbage plant), po Into and tomato .Up., onion avta, garden iH'am, garden pca, all kind, garden, Held uiul flower needa. land pla.ter und fertllli-tira- . Write u for price, and aainplea, Mute want yon want. - QUEEN To Many Points South and Southeast TlcKtts Gooi Rttvralmrf UbIU Hay 31st, Write (or rttct tod (older. H. C. KIMC. C.P.A., 101 t CRESCENT ROUTE 1909 E. Nala St., LiiIbjUb, Ky. NAHItVll.MCHKKDCO.. HIS Heiond Av., North, Ii Nmuvllla, TtiB. .......fc.,liir lHA - tu i- - - A.. . M Ld. t -" g JlttA, - JM Tnri,"j? S3fttt9ttr Vs. Jm .. r jTtsjZTiij js piri-- n w -- :TjiJiwwpyiwpffyWMwwtPwwwpwwiBii TCfFnj" . MWH r 'ft 1 4 mules for $380 A. R. Dsnny sold to Dick Gentry a maro mule for $228. Official call for democratic primary Jesse Parks sold to J. A. Doty a pair mules for $275. W. It. election for Lincoln county, to nomi- of Hurton bought from J. B. Hublo six 1G nt Stanford at nate candidates for county offices. Snlrrtdinthf hand fat mules for $1,150. W. T. Noel mond-cla- u natter. 1st. A primary election is hereby sold 12 yearling mules to R. L. Hubble called to bo held In tho several voting at $90. Lancaster Record. precincts of Lincoln county on SaturThoolovorost Imitation of real Coffee day, February, Cth, 1909, between 0 A. m. No. 5I,Houth,ll:Mr. Health M. and 4 p. M,, for tho purpose of nom- over yet made Is Or. Snoop's No. SI, H0llUl,llill A M. No, 2t, North, lito A. M, inating democratic candidates for the Coileo, It is line in flavor and is No, , North, S:i7 r. H. H:lTA No., J:M . M. offices of county judge, county attor made in just ono mlnuto. No tedious . No, is, ney, county clerk, sheriti, jailer, rep 20or;W minutes boiling. Mado from JOS. S. RICE, Agont. resentativc, assessor, school supcrin pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. tendrnt, magistrates of the several Samplo free. Sold by Penny's Drue The Interior Journal. Poit-Offi- OFFICIAL CALL. A. R. ALLACK Is rnmtldnt for Coroner of Lincoln county, subject to the notion of the leinocrntlo primary Keli. fl, luv. lancandMali' far mnglstrato In tho Huston villa district, subject to the action of tho Itoiuocnttlfl party. ton-Ill- ZORA P. SMITH Mb L. N. TITOE THBLE Glear anee Salel AH W. M DUODERAR Ian" candidate, tor mnglstrntii of iHjinocrntliJi-arty- district, subject to the action of tho . thft litis. t I. K. HELM, SR., Ian candidate for niagl.trate In the district, aubjcit to the action of the lH'iuocratlc imrty. FAMES McKECHNIE la n rnndldale for Magistrate In Htanfnrd District, subject to the notion of the Demo- fl It I! 11 v " 'I ; i J fh u IV ll J & ' ll" if - '.P. 11 It. r V't I ' . I- - J. t The Truth magisterial districts, constables, coro- Store. Every person in this city who is suf- ner and surveyor. While waiting for a train that would cratic imrty. 2nd. All democrats who nro legal take her to her home nt Mt. Sterling, fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis voters of Lincoln county, or who will Miis Deborah V. Coyle, nged 23 years, MEAL Ii. II. case.'can find relief and be permanent- - l)Q legal voters on tho 2nd day of No daughter of suddenlyCoyle, u furniture bunday afternoon. n .it,,-,. llflllfll f fit ' vembcr, 1909, are entitled to vote in dealer, died I.. .ujcuI l,n ,im,, .w, aMn I am at all times prepared In eichangn UJf 4.11. IU, M ty inenl for rorn. My mill runetcry external use. All durccists sell ZEMC their respective precincts, and arc rePains of women, head pains, or any ALL-WOO- L Dick linker, Miller. CRAVENETTES. OVERCOATS so, quested to do J. II (lll.KMUHON.Ky. pain stopped in 20 mlnuto-- ) sure, with PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ('nib urrlmril, 3rd. Every candidate who desires to Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Soo have his name printed on tho ballots to full formula on SO 18 Bo;. Sold by 818 Coat now Sll 18 I Coat now be used In said primary election shall Penny's Drug Storo 18 - r,) I) 18 81S Coat now on or before 12 o'clock midnight of tho - Coat now 0 )H Surgeon Dentist, Now Llvorv 8 18 812 fiO Coat now 22nd day of January, 1909, deposit with LESLIE ANDERSON " m Cwit'miw Dopot Stroot, I OS f, 1)8 Ian candidate circuit clerk of 810 Coat now STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. tho treasurer of the committee the sum county, subject for tho action of the Lincoln Demo, to 90, y8 Phono hereby fixed as the entrance fee in the cratlc party. 35 Contfiiow . Office over McRobertfl,' Drug Storo in race for tho office for which ho i3 a STANFORD, KENTUCKY. M. F. NORTH 8.1 18 candidate, said sum so realized to bo 820 Suit now Slrt 18 8 I 00 High top Shoes tho Owsley Building. la a candidate for County Attorney of Lin ' Itching Skin Diseases used in defrayinf: tho expenses of the coln county, subject to tho nctloniot tho 817 50 Suit now 12 18 8U ISO High Top Shoes ?2 .IS 0c heavy fleeced lined under- 118 primary. At tho same timo the candi- I'vuiucruue pany, Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid 81ft Suit now ' wear 8 !IS Insurts Tobacco and .Tobacco date shall Rive written notice to the Wc for external use. Zcmo gives instant 812 iOSiiiUnow Men's Felt Hoots, Men's nnd Wotu- Ii 18 chairman that ho desires to be a candi Is a candidateW.L.MCARTY relief and permanently cures any form 810 Suit now larns.' for HherllT of Lincoln counI 1)8 en's Htillors. All reduced accord- ty, subject to tho action ol tho democratic )f Itching. Skin or Scalp disease. All 87 fiO Suit now date, and name the ofllco he seeks. Nothing But Insurance. The cntranco fee of candidates shall party. 18 ingly. Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, 85 Suit now bo as follows: For sheriff, $10; for lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. M. S. BAUGHMAN county judge, $10; for county at Is a candidate for Hherlfl Of Lincoln county G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. D. torney, $10; for county clerk, $10; for subject to the action ol tho democratic The Insurance Man, jailer, $15; for assessor, $10; for rep- party. All-Wo- ol FARM STANFORD, KY. resentative, $10; for school superintendJOHN J. MOSER The farm of HO acres, of eond blue Brajn Hesldence. l'liona SI; Otllco, M. ent, $10; circuit clerk, $10. .Jicssi!-- : :t: for is!!-- r of Lincoln county, laud, I) lint ono mile North ot McKlnne) nn 4th. The election shall be held in all mbject to the action of tho IK'inocratio ine Hiiiniurii pike, improvement nnu Insure with mo and be fully feucluK Rood; plenty of Hater nnd frills. respects as required by statute relative Mrty. protected. Also 123 acrea of tlmU'red land one mile Knst of Mc Kinney; half under fence; plenty to primary elections, and a uniform JAMES C. HAY of water and good tolutcco land Hie r row ballot shall be used in all voting prenxcrop. J.A.OIVKNrt.AKent. ilcKlune). Ky. cincts. The chairman of the commit- is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, (abject to the uctlon of tho Democratic tee is directed to cause to be printed jarty. I a handsome, large )ounR Jersey null, deof scended from ii long mid unbroken lino of and distributed to the several votint? differof tho most noted Imili and cows on the Is- precincts the necessary ballots and all DINK FARMER Knglnnd and America. Ilia land ot Jersey sire la one nt the liest bulla ever Imported supplies necessary to the legal conduct Is a candidate for the Democratic) nominaand hlsduin Is n show cow tbiit hna jjiveniVJ tion for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to I desire to sell privately my slock'of of the election. pounds of rich milk In one day. If you the action of tho democratic party. Hardware, DoltiR a good begets I.Ike or the Likeness of 5th. The democratic county commitWill llnolco ulKjut SV'. lUnsoii some Ancestor" nnd linve n strictly good 111 health. cow, yon should iimiII jourself of Ills ser- tee shall appoint officers to hold the W. A. CARSON (IKO. D.'HOlTKIt.Htaiiford. Ky. vice. He will Im allowed to servo n limited election in each precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county. who shall be number of approved, registered cows our own lird thlayenr, for n fee of selected from lists furnished by all can subject to tno action ol tne party STiuacli. Mnku engagement sending Eczema is Curable it of ItKII) A-- OTTKIl, cow to Iw bred. didates who desire to submit lists. The ZEMO, a scientific preparation foi Ky. Telephone wi. Htnn'ord, D. C. ALLEN external use. Stopi itchlnc Instantly N. 11. We have to offer three extra choice officers shall be as nearly divided as bull calves that will be sold at right prices. possible as to judges, clerks and sher- ll a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- and destroys the that cause skin ty, subject to tho notion ot tho Democratic diseases. Eczema ruickly yields and it iffs among the various candidates. The ptrtv. of permanently cured by this remarkable Ky., officers of the primary shall, as soon as medicine. All Druggists. Write (or samJ. W. FOLEY ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Ma You can llndour Htnndnrd Itemed), the the polls are closed, which shall be done greatest 1IokI and liver uledlclne) et known. at 4 r. M., proceed at once to count tho Isacandldnto for Ass.worof Lincoln Penny's Drue Stort. In case of Itheuiuullsin, Hull ICheum, Kidto the action of tho .democratic ney Trouble and all diseases arWIUK from ballots cast for each and every candi- party. linniirotilood It has no euual. It Is iiianll- - date for office, and , after counting same factured under the pure food net of June When Clothes luul.and cuuriiiileed by the manufacturer If they will place all baliots voted in the J. A. DUDDERAR theltcniedy Is taken nccordlm: to directions nnd If he or he It not lenented by the uo ballot boxes furnished by the commit- Is a candidate foraseor of Lincoln Coun- !!nve)nur measure taken by a tailor of of the Itemedy we will refund )our money. tee, sealing up Then )ourclothcs, stiethcra low the boxes as required by ty subject to the action ofjtlie democratic price liuslne.s suit or the llnest renlint We can do nothing more, Kach package party. contnlno 'JIM doe with a reglitered Kuuran-te- e law, and, within two days thereafter, clothes, will have that Individuality and lit All and nialllni cord with full Instructions. which plainly Indicate they uern Hindu to Wo wild It to any address by mull on re- the sheriffs and judges of election will M. C. 8AUFLEY ) our measure, I Kill alio take )our measceipt of $1 per package or six packines for deposit the boxes with tho top chairman of la a candidate for circuit Judge of this, the ure for extra trousers, fancy ests, samu iiikvii in 10. ueiier oruer a inn Kail . tlmo)ou mlKlit sno a lili? doctor's bill. the county committee at the court 18th Judicial district, subject to tho action I'Oatsand otercoats. for jourand Winter ples mi hand ready If )ou take the Itemed- - accord-Inof the Democratic part). ltememlN'r II. O. UUl'LKY. Til i Tailor, to Instruction" und are not lienellted, house-iStanford. The officers of the Mtauford, Ky. ) on net your dollar back. You will not election in each precinct will make and ! find the remedy In drug storei for sale. It FOR Is sold only b) ourdulv authorised agents. sign a written statement showing the ItKlMH.N WILI.IAMH, Agent. ! loer bou?r either or both. number of votes cast for each and ev- mill fur sale. Will sell and euslne ami saw sssastip-'ii'-IaSery candidate for office in the precinct, KMtHLix.Ottenhelm, Ky, Oiias. (." The safest, surest nnd most n.liUiite safet t r'. ' I'ostotllce, Wnynesburu, Ky, vo rttiu fnand place said statement in an envelope guard fur the future U policy In ami dep3it h in the ba,iot bxes- The Mutual Benefit Life Cth. The returns are to bo made to To Our Custonws Present and &2&2 Hir'ea and the chairman of the county committee, Insurance Co. Cv; rwnti Prospective. and should he be absent from the coun It Is romptcutius for econnmleiil inuiwme-menFeathers, VJ ty, then to the secretary of the com Tho Indian Itellning Company has ilea lintllliemlll) uf Its xillc-- contracts fair uoiacn ,c.u,v i tuinwi, 1,1117- nvpiv. hiri(e returns with Its now been doing business in and to iiollcy holder.. Wild Ginzcr, etc We rre dealers; mittee, at the court house within two n nuUiihKi in 1856 "Owr around Stanford about a year and u Hie romimii) Is just entertni the days after the election. On the next LotuviIl:" and csj- - do bet tcr (or you thai take this opportunity to assure our SIXTY day after the election the county com many customers of our sinccro appre of n aiiecessful FOURTH YEAR TlcUtrucr, sect- - cr comooo cxtditnu. lmslness career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than mutee snail meet anu canvass the re- ciation of their patronago and our all other roinpiiules cninlilned. Write aoj DoL in Lojiiv) . Write lor wecU lor rncc Kit sml ilsrf 403 t'S. turns of the election and make certifi earnest deIru to serve them, at all particular.. Hlatlnn line and whether martimes und also to solicit newbtmlne-i- s ried or sliiirle to m. 3abcl&Sony, cate thereof. It. M. NKWL ND HitflHl n It is u fact that our comL0JI3HLLC, IX 223 C. KarVt SI. M)ers lluu.c Klals, Hlanlonl. 7th. The secretary of the committee petitor hus been actlvu und strenuous Juinea I, While, is directed to give notico'oT this elec- In their elforts to take uway our busall of Hollcllorfur Itockenstle (Jo. iness, but in the face of all their eftion as is required by law. forts we have enjojed a fair per cent G, L Penny, Chm'n. of tl.e trade for which we lire grutefnl & Rankin, J. B Bailey, Sec'y. to u generous public A fair share of Also the business is all wo ask and hope FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. that our friends can seo their way clear of to continue to glvo us this. Wo have W. R. Kyle, ot Mercer, sold a nen of a fully equipped distributing station will 11 Plymouth Rock chickens for 533.50. in ut Danville, Ky,, und curry u complete Bll1WB8IVt-iMafMaansFor Sale. Cultivated hemp seed, line of burning oils and gasoline und 1903 crop. J. B. Walker, Richmond, can make Immediate shlmnunU of ull grades of lubricating oils und greases Life, Ky. Ky., from our retlnery at Georgoto-vn- , Frank Hall sold his farm six the largest manufacturing institution . miles from Georgetown to E. J. Jones In tho state. Vi'o uto absolutely Independent of tho tru-i- t and to ugaln $150. at prove this, we publish the sworn KY. SpeFoil Sale. Duroe Jersey sow with statement of thu president of our In seven pigs four months old. J. C. Bai- stitution. Duderta iters and Embalm Should tiny person mako tho stateley, Crab Orchard, Ky. Lincoln ere. Also Dealers in Furment to you tliut we uto part of auv For Sale. 33 coming l.ltiht f the lead 111; companies the other company havo them put the world represented. i;ouiieie in rub'sof with niture, Mattiug8,Ruga. They mules, liood ones.. J. C. Robinson, statement in writing, then send us thu nil the coniimnles of thu world. lxiss-i- a will exchange Furnituro for Danville, Ky. Both phones. a Jnvt statement and we will hand It to the lint record unsurias.ed. Neer hail Im-cIt. suit In the lilitory of this I fiavo 13 cominu all Kinds of Stock. Give mules proper legal authorities and Ihn.o tin liroiuptly paid und withoutiikciicv. No r money, ltcfore iilda.x for sale. Will sell all or by pair. Henry trjtthful statements will ceusii. Wo waiting call 011 Them a Call. Prices Right. nave munv uniolU'Iteil testimonials its Catron, R. F. D. No. 1, Stanford. to tho quality of our goods und only RANKIN,-ThMore than 80,000,000 usk customers to glvo STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. agricultural lands in thoacres of thu best us u tho prospective lei Uierestutsspeak MAHONY luirtruu una United States Insiiniiico Men of Stunfonl. are unproducive for want of drainage. for themselves Wo operuto no I'eddler Wugons. Attho last tobacco salo of the season Uospcctfully .our.s, In Lexington. Grigsby Bros.' crop of INDIAN' Ul'KININIJ Co. , Wom-oiidAgfnt, lr,000 pounds sold at an average" of W. C. Danville, Ky., Branch ever 20 cents a pound. In a two days' salo nt Flemlngsburg Cincinnati, O., Oct 31, 100S 175 horses and mules sold at an average To Whom It May Co.vithn: ft Tho undersigned, upon oath, of J1C0. A stallion, King Tom, brought etonaeh trouble la liut n irmptom of. and not says: That tho Indian in itwll a true disease. 1V tiunlc ol I'jrspepjla, $750 and a team of horses sold fqr$G00. lleunliurn, and lndlgostlou as ruul illuuses, yet Company, of Georgetown, Ky., they ara srmptoius onlr ol a certain siwcUig Charley Hoe sold Al Coomer a pair of Is independent of the Standard Ull aal Nerre ilclniu uolhlnic flu aH mules for $221. Ho bought a span from Company und Its branches, and IndeIt was tnu tact inut Erst corraetlr led Dr. Hhoop of that pendent of any other Company, cor- In ths creationHhoop's now ery popular Htomarn W. T. Dohoney, coming Itemedy I)r KstoratlTe. Goln direct that It 00000000 for J2G0. Dolphus Wheeler sold Klroy poration or interest, und of uny is not to tlis itouiscli iif ryes, a Ions tnm-rh- t that succesi a subsidiary Company other and favor to Dr. blioopand till Itestoratlve. WithRoo a mare mule for $135. Columbia corporation by association, contract out that original and hlchlr yiul (irinclpla. no or understanding; und that no otlior such lasting acrorniillshrnunu were ever to be tiad, Now. for stomach distress, bloating, bolouiuets. ta 1 trr Dr. fehoop'l J. Y. Kobinson writes entertainingly oil dealliiL' corporation or assoclu. breath and sallow cotiipleiloii, and Sea for jour. Ite.ioratlve Tubltts or l.lnuld owns un interest In this Company. tell what It CPU to hit homefolks from Butler, Ga., tlon and will do. W Mil and chuur. lully recommend Undortakor. Cmbalmor and where ho is engaged in the mule trade. President Indian Itellning Co. In'.Harness, Saddlery, Ho says among other things that trade State of Ohio Dealer ) is good, mules selling from $350 to JCOO County of Hamilton. I:ss a pair. Tho climate Is vtry mild, with Subscribed und sworn to beforo mo, KY- STANFORD, flowers and vegetables in great abund- - a Notary I'ublle, In and for said anco. John Cress, of I'reachcrsville. county, this 30th day of October, 1U08. Raymond Tullis. ore Plnne. 1W, Horaell'hone &. sold to 12. L. Sowder a pair of maro Notary Public Hamilton County. HENNY'5 UHUU STORE. j . t, EXCHANGE. the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. C't -- A. S. PRICE, 2-- Q. O. CARTER, l- Jesse Wearen, FORJ5ALEI Men's and Boys' Suits in Many Designs and Colors Go At a Sacrifice. Adorina's Fox pi Stock for Sale. Merchandise bust-les- s. At McKinney, many Our high Top Shoes consist ent styles and prices, ranging from $3.50 to $4.00. $s3.50 Shoe now $2.98. $4.O0 Shoe now $3.48. We honestly believe that when comes to a water proof Shoe and Shoes durability, we have the best that a manufacturer can turn out a leather hide. Ordering Men's Felt Boots, Hen's and Women's Rubbers, Reduced Accordingly. lnH-ctlnn- n SALE Safeguard the Future fy r s wsO'B -t Cln-cr- :, lulfic-iiaryl- Men's and Women's Sanitary, Heavy, Fleeced Lined Underwear. Best Quality t, ineml-ersiin- d THIRTY-NIN- E CENTS. well-know- .1 J. L.Beaziey&Co., Mahony INSURANCE, Accident The above articles are new goods and nothing misrepresented. Call around early while you can get your size. a nice line Dry Goods and Notions. Call around; we take pleasure showing you any time. Fire, 121-ac- and Tornado. Farm Property a cialty. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. Next Door to County National Bank. s for-uu- 8 e C. McClary, I I '' Indigestion I Re-lini- I Dr. Shoop's I ve ivestoraii 4i.i,ni I OLIVER PLOW. I I W. H. HIGC1NS, I Stanford, Kentucky. I Buy the "' un I fta; . -- vhtfUtiuifuJcvwdiiHi , .nt r iiiti s.n.W.i JUl