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F t 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNALt VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 1909 H0 96 l 1 i IirrI0I37 rc crrc f 4A A VOTE FOR e John C P pples For AssessorOf Lincoln County f Means LOW TAXES for the POOR and OPPRESSED PEOPLE all over Lincoln County He will if nominated tomorrow and elected in November appoint a competent corps of deputies to assist him He will deal justly with the RICH as well as the POOR He has made a clean race and victory is assur ed He appeals to his friends in each precinct to go to the polls and have their neighbors do likewise and let the PEOPLE RULE over combinations Give the Farmers and Toiling Masses a chance The Adult Bible Class Conference And Banquet Tho Adult Bible Class Conference at the Secund Presbyterian church Louisville Feb 11 and 12 and the banquet at tho Galt House the evening of tho 12th bid faro to be ono of tho most interesting occasions of tho kind ever held In the State Many classes and Sunday schools out In tho State will bo represented and several of the largo e classes of the city are planning to attend ono or more of tho sessions In a bodyTho speakers for tho occasion aro the very best tho State and nation afford Mr W C Pearce of Chicago tho In ternational Superintendent of Adult Work is an Intensely interesting and practical spcakur Ho will bring us plans and suggestions from tho best or ganized classes on tho American continent Rev It II Crossfleld president of the Transylvania University at Lex ingtou wal formerly pastorof a iarg church at Owonsboro Ky While there ho built up tho largest class of men InI the Stato and organized them for 11Llavcllwork at the last State Convention is full of enthusiasm and will Inspire us to greater efforts along this important lino ot work The banquet at tho Galt House 1 per plate is open to every ono arId wo ought to have from 600 to 1000 pres t ent Tho speeches of the evening will be tho finest of tho occasion The gen eral public is invited to participate in both tho conference and tho banquet For program and particulars al1dress E A Fox Louisville Ky To The Voters of Lincoln County The campaign snow drawing to a close and to the democrats I have failed to see I want to say I have tried my best to see them Tho slogan of my campaign has been not to give one man 18 years of office to my none for tho reason that it is not only not right neither is it democracy Hoping you will concur with me in this opinion and help me get the nomination for circuit clerk in which event I promise you to uso every honorable means at my command in helping to carry the entire ticket to victory In NovemberJ SworEI Washington w Onco Gavo Up to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from aspld r crs bite caused large deep sores tot cover his leg Tho doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salvo completely cured mo It writes John Washington of Dosquovllle Tex Forcczoma bolls burns and piles its supremo 2oo at Pennys Drug Store Tho Georgia prohibition law express Iy forbids the soliciting of ordera for whisky in any way A number of news papers carry whisky advertisements nd the Anti Saloon League has em Toyed an attorney to prosecute them having been assured that they aro liable to tho fino imposed by the law What happens when an Irresistible force meets an immovable body Dey divide de gate money an i awered tho newest member of the class And tho professor let it go at that A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No oplumno chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Water thrown upon ice In the Arctic regions will crack It just is boiling water breaks glass This happens be cause the Ico Is so much colder than the water When a man doesnt cuss over his Is a that ho wears a full bearde CHURCH MATTERS Rev and Mrs Henry Murtyn Scudderj of Nicholas county on brated tho 50th anniversary of their marriageRev West of tho AntiSaloon League will preach at tho Baptist SunIdayIn 1907 it was estimated that there were 161631 divines 210199 churches and 32933156 members of churches In tho United States The services at the Christian church Sunday evening will bo in tho hands of the Christian Endeavor Society Pub lie cordially invited Rev W S Willis of the Huston vllle Christian church will preach Sun day morning on tho War in Heaven At night he will preach a sermon to young men Rev Case of Lexington has been engaged as pastor of tho Turnersville Chrjslian church and will preach there next Sunday and each first and third Sunday during this year Rev T C Ecton of Covingtnn has accepted the call to the pastorate of the Calvary Baptist church at Lexington recently mado vacant by tho resignation of Rev Walter P HInes Under the direction of Rev J T Ed mundson of Rallegh N C a rousing revival has been under way at Barbour ville Baptist church during the pan month Tho meeting closed Tuesday night after 67 conversions had been madeFollowing is the order of services next Sunday at tho Methodist church Sunday school at 930 A M No service at 11 A M on account of tho AntiSa loon League Field Day Junior League at 3rI Senior League at 630 r M Preaching at 715 r M Rev Mr Brooke of Louisville will preach at tho Presbyterian church Sun day morning However the regular morning offerings will be received Tho pastor will preach at night subject The Possibilities of tho Spirit fllled Man in Character and Service There will be special music at both services- A cordial welcome to nil AntiSaloon League Field Day Rev J W West will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning at 11 o clock and at Hustonvillo at 3 r M or at night Rev Colley will preach at the Baptist church at 11 A M and at Crab Orchard at 3 r M Rev Brooke will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 Vclock nnd at McKinney at 3 r AL Revs Walker and Ballou will pruach at Hubble nt 3 r it Revs J L Yandoll and T W Barker will preach at Highland at 3 P M Services in all the churches at Stan ord Sunday nigh- tSoldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trou mla and tho grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed cough that stuck to me In spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to ISO pounds Then I began to uso Dr Kings Now Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh liB pounds I For severe Colds ob stlnato Coughs Hemorrhages Asth na and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled 50o and 81 Trial bottle frco Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store HDo you know your orders sentry I asked an officer HYes sorH was the prompt reply Know the points of tho compass 7 HYes sor lilt you face tho rising sun your left hand would be on tho north of you and your right hand to the south of you What would be behind you 1 HMo knapsack tsorSparo Moment J NEWS NOTES Tho mayor of Versailles has resigned but tho council will not accept his re signatlon Cot Green Clay Goodloe Paymaster of the United States Marino Corps has- retired from active service Ben L Jones one of tho wealthiest and bestknown business men of Macon Ga committed suclde Gov Willson pardoned John Conn in dieted 23 times in Elliott county for selling liquor in a dry county John Kammerer charged with kill- Ing William Phelps in Pulaski was held over to circuit court without bail The Negroes at Springfield III ate raising cain because thIY were ignored in the program for the Lincoln sole bra Lion A number of witnesses from Nash ville Tenn have arrived at Muskogee Okla to testify in the land frauds in vestigation Two miners were caught by falling slate in a shaft near Uniontown Harry Powell was killed and William Walden badly injured Threo masked men held up the Mo hawk saloon at Goldfield Nev and robbed tho place of over 3000 The robbers escaped Dee M Brown shot and wounded his brotherinlaw Henry Lochard and Mrs Lochard at Madison Ind and was himself killed by Lochrd Judge C C Marshall went for the night riders in his charge to the grand jury at Shelbyvillo and demanded that any person guilty of it should bo Indicted Miss Elizabeth Hawkins daughter of tho Rev J T Hawkins of Elkton at tempted suicide by shooting herself in the breast She had been suffering from melancholia Herman Billik after two years im prisonment in the Chicago jail was taken to tho Johet penitentiary to begin a term of life Imprisonment for the murder of Mary Vrzal There shall be no prize fighting IIn Ohio as long as I am governor said Gov Harmon In discussing the propos ed DempseyRogcrs six round bout scheduled to takeplace at Columbus Prof J G Crabbo Superintendent of Public Instruction in an interview said that the Western Normal School might be rooovcd from Bowling Green unless the price on land offered the board of regents was materially rcdikod John Gilmer Speed author and journalist committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in his bedroom at the Phoenix House Mendham N J He left no explanation of his act Mr Speed was a former resident of Louis villeSo quiet have conditions become in Western Kentucky that Adjt Gen Johnson has ordered all of tho Cynthia na company to return home from Lyon county except Capt Terry and 10 men Ho hopes to further reduce the force In service in that part of the State at an early date- Foloys TarHoney and clears the air passages stops tho Irritation In tho throat Soothes tho inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs arohoaled and strengthened and the cold Is expelled from tho system Itofuso any but tho genuine in the yellow package Now Stanford Drug Co W P Yancey Judge of the Owen County Court was found guilty of criminal libel by a jury of Carroll county and fined 500 The libel caso grew out of the long fight between political factions in Owen county where June W Gayle was arrayed on ono side and Judge Yancey on the pther Proventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Trythem once nnd see 4825o Sold by Penny s Drug Store t z MIDDLEBURG Ebcrleo Martin whoso illness we not ed in these columns died Friday night Deceased was a son of Mrs Arabella Martin and a grandson of W G Hajt ter lie leaves a mother wife and three children who are deserving of much sympathy In their bereavement The question of issuing bonds for the purpose of providing suitable buildings for the graded school will be voted on here Saturday There is some doubt as to whether the bonds will be voted though it seems to us that matters will be in rather an awkward shape should tho question fail Rev J L Owens will visit his mother at Somerset this weekEJohn Lowe the shoo drummer spent three days with Mine Host Chris Rogers at Yosemite during the recent blizzard John hates has secured a position as travel ing salesman for a drug company at Cincinnati and will go on the road about tho 15th Robert Cowan and family lire with Mr and Mrs W T Coulter- It was the purpose of several person here to attend the Sunday school union at the McKinney Baptist church Sunday but the weather behaved so badly that no one had tho hardihood to venture beyond the city limits Mrs Laura Lee Miss Emma Fogle J K Coffey and Alvah Lucas were appointed delegates from the Sunday school here and we would have been well represent ed had the weather permitted Tho Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered ono secret of long life His method deals with tho blood Butt long ago millions of Americans had proved Klectrlc Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies en riches and vitalizes the blood re builds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to tho entire system Its a godsend to weakslck and debilitated people Kidney troublo had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing MeIIbutElec trio Hitters cured me entirely Only 50c at Pennys Drug Store J Franklin Adams F R A S has undertaken the gigantic task of counting the stars and of assigning to each its proper magnitude Tho counting will be done from photographs and plates covering the whole of tho Southern hemisphere have been secured These number some 200 and each is 15 inches square and records the image of from 20000 to 200000 stars To facilitate the counting the plates will be moved across a graduated grating IQ the field of a microscope so that the stars may be counted in strips A wedding cake six feet eight inch es high five feet in diameter at its base and weighing 700 pounds was baked recently by Luigi Maribri chef of the Grand Pacific Hotel Chicago and shipped to Hamilton Ont The fruit used in the making of the cake was soaked in brandy and wine for six days Pneumonia Follows LaGrippe Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the use of Foloys Honey and Tar for In grippe coughs and deep seated colds Refuse any but the genuine In tho yellow package New Stanford Drug Co The trial of Hardin L Hale formerly an internal revenue collector of Nich olas ville charged with killing his broth erinlaw Hamlet Dillon at Washing ton Ind is in progress at that place Perhaps the sands of time contribute the grit with Which a woman persistently hangs pn to favorite birthday Stranger What are the politics in this town Old ResidentRotten NIne men oubof a possible 10 wear a after they have been mar ried a year I ATis COST r In order to make room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily we will sell at absolutely a Cost for the next 30 DftYSOur stock of WinterGoods con sisting of 1 Overcoats Heavy Suits for Men and Boys Underwear Heavy Shoes Felt Boots MENS SUITS sizes 34 35 and 36 750 to 10 VAL UES Choice 3 TERMS STRICTLY CASH Wearet1ISTANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTRIC RANGE The Range to buy a full saver a money maker 1 the best baker A largo line of select from and wo will appreciate a call GEORGE Hi FARRIS Stanford 11 It The Interior Journal I r Eo c WALTON I D mocraticTicketl t For State Senator HUBBLEII I t r W H SHANKS JudgeISuperintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETONr For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE 1TnERed Cross Society of America charity of tho world 5setup in Southern Italy a continuing 1 imemorial of the International brother w hood 225000 has been cabled to Am prle lishment of an agricultural colony i Ii the earthquake district for the support withoutft spent 841740 for the earthquake suf ferera and this great charity has been greatestIE o greatest difficulties DR D C TUCKER of Danville one I of the oldest physicians in Central Ken tucky soninlaw of former Gov Ber 1 iah Magoffin of Kentucky and grand isonin law of Isaac Shelby first Gover I Inorof this State says that Larue county f is not the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln that Lincoln was taken there + several years after his birth and that he was born at Valley 11111 four miles west of Springfield in Washington t creekc ed men in the were born PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT in a letter to the attorneys for the administrator declares thatunder no condition will hei accept a legacy of 10000 left him b the last will of Benjamin Hadley a East Somerville Mass recluse wh died Dnc 16 1907 The will disposed 4ofproperty valued at 150000 and pro vided fora legacy of 10000 to the president of the United States LET every democrat in Lincoln coun ty be at his voting precinct tomorrow 1Saturday and vote Help makea tick It of so strong that it will send a chits I down the backbones of those republi cans who have political bees in their bonnets and who want to fill the county iiofficest Tim joint session of the Missouri t General Assembly declared Jacob F IGmelieh republican elected to the office of Lieutenant Governor No vot was taken the Speaker declaring th- t resultwhen the recount committee five Republicans and five Democrats r ported itsfinding I t TILE anniversary industrial and com k mercial edition of the Lexington Ga zette is as big as all outdoors and as newsh1 be congratulated IF the omnibus claims bill which 1 passed the Senate should become a law the Baptist church at Crab Orch ard would get 1050 for damage toI IcivilwarIby Federal troops during theI FOUR tombstone men were here Wed I nesdav Probably they are figuring on getting some orders from the familieC of those candidates who will be defeatI ed in tomorrows primary t IN less than amonth Teddy will be 1anex He is already a thing of the past POLITICAL Huntington Parke and Switzerland Icounites in Indiana voted dry by big 1 The Indiana Senate adopted a resolu tion calling for the election of United States Senators by popular vote I State Chairman Robert U Winn has called a meeting of the Republican State Central Committee for Feb 18 Gov Willson appointed Samuo t Holmes of Carlisle as Special Judge of the Bell Circuit Court to conduct a r special term at Pineville Congressman Stephen Brundige of the Second Arkansas district has an t I nounccd his candidacy for Senator against Senator Jeff Davis The House refused to accept the amendment the Senate cutting out the 12000 appropriation for autombilcs for Presidentelect Taft and the bill will go to conference The lI use by a vote of 90 to 161 re versed its former action and struck from the army appropriation bill the additional 500000 for war ballohs and airships authorized last week i The Importation of opium into the United States except for medical purposes Is prohibited by a House bill passed by the Senate The bill will become a law when signed by the president cd giirqVrnrotF Jsa=sararaa + r TT The California Legislature by a vote of 48 to 28 rejected the Drew bill bar ring aliens from owning land In that State Tho Senate passed without amend ment a House bill declaring February 12 the centenary of the birth of Abra ham Lincoln a legal holiday and recommending a general observance of that day The Brolley bill repealing the law for bidding Sunday baseball passed the In diana House of Representatives by a vote of 51 to 41 Tho bill called for the longest debate of the session and party lines did not figure In its passage An agreement was reached in the Senate to vote on February 23on the Aldrich substitute bill for the appointment of a court of inquiry to determine the qualifications for reenlistment of the discharged soldiers of the Twenty fifth Infantry as the result of the- Brownsville incident 1IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Bill Warner aged 21 is in the Louis villa jail charged with selling whisky at Dunnville Casey county Betty Carroll colored was caught with five gallons of booze In Dan 50ndays in jail- Eberlco Martin aged 39 died at the home of his ather In law Elbert Wells at Middleburg Ho was a brotherin law of Sheriff Lincoln Wells of Casey countyGeorge Aldridge constable of the Danville district of Boyle was probably fatally wounded by the accidental discharge of his pistol which fell from his pocketMrs Frank Folger died at her home in lower Garrard after a protracted illness due to tuberculosis She leaves a husband and several small children The interment took place in the Lancas cemeteryNim was lodged in the Knox county jail charged with the murder of John Gambriel The two men became involved in a difficulty in upper Knox county and France it is alleged shot Gambriel through the abdomen While the embers were yet smoulder Ing the owners of the burned buildings on Mt Vernon street were discussing plans looking to the erection of modern twooJournal Because his employers threaten to discharge him if he continues as a member of the Somerset company of the Kentucky State Guard Dudley Grabeal of Somerset applied to Adjt Gen P P Johnston for a discharge from the service of the State Gen Johnston granted him the discharge as he did not think a man should be forced to give up his method or earning a living Local LAST Tuesday evening Rev D M Walker entertained his Bible class of young men in a most pleasing manner Two alleys were reserved at Sargents Irelandewagedf bee ginning of the contest Tate co horts were routed but this proved only temporary for Ireland with his six legionary soldiers for there were six on each side were routed After the din of battle died away Rev Walker an nounced that no further contests were in order but formed the class in line and conducted it to his house where a most delightful time was spent The evening was made more enjoyable if possible by refreshments daintily serv edand pleasant to the taste After an evening of unalloyed pleasure the members of the Bible class left feeling that it was good to be there This Is one demonstration of the fact that religion not consist in long faced melancholy more than in jest and youthful jollity It may be well to remember that pleasure consists not In excess It is well also to remember Quips and cranks and wanton wiles Nods and becks and wreathed smiles are wholesome The Christian life maybe led in unreproved pleasures as In the vail of saintly visaged but loathed melancholy Let the heart be pure and theres no height the strong wills of immortals may gain which in striving- to reach thou shall strive for In vainI MATRIMONIAL Robert C Saufley son of Mrs J C McClary of this place was married in Washington City to Miss Jane Robinson a charming young girl of Harrods burg Miss Robinson was visiting in the Capitol city and Mr Saufley who has resided in Mercer for a year or more went to Washington ostensibly- to attend the RosserRiker wedding They were made one at the home of Mr Syme at 8 oclock Wednesday even- Ing Many friends of the groom here offer sincere congratulations and best wishes to him Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoopi Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to again Test It and see I Sold bj lays Drug Store el1J Here and There I You are right tCordclia today wil be yesterday tomorrow I Tho 13 year old daughter Iof Jailer Charles Browning of Corbta died after a brief illness of whooping cough a localIItya against the L Nat Willianuburg for 5000 He was an engineer at Cor bin and got his right arm cut oft under anengineReceivers for the firm of Frazln Oppenheim operating shoo stores i New Yo k Chicago and Philadelphia- were appointed in tho United States i Court at New York I Gov Willson issued a proclamation to tho people of Kentucky calling o them to display the American flag an assemble in their respective communities to honor the memory of Abraham Lincoln on February 12 the one hundredth anniversary of his birth Hexamethylenetetramine The abovo is tho namo fa Germs chemical which is one of the many valuable ingredients of Foleys Kid ney Remedy Hexamethylenetetra mine Is recognized by medical textbooks and authorities as a urio acid solvent and antiseptic for tho urine Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as soo as you notice ay irregularities as avoid a seriout malady New Stan ford Drug Co NEW ILACKSMITH AND HE PAIR SHOP I have opened n blacksmith and general repair shop ut my homo tho old tollgate property on tho Stanford pike near tonlIIe IInd nska shore 0 ttonnge lUI4JKtHE l1ustoup111eK ay FARM FOR RENT I- On MONDAY FEB 8 HOP at 1 oclock r M at courthouse door Htanfonl Ky ts the trustee of the estate of James Pep pies deceased wu will rent to the highest and best bidder for the term of ono year beginning with March 1 Ifuv and ending March 11910 the farm known as the Jame 1epple place 3 miles Kast of Stanford containing about 110 acre the successful bidder to execute n note for the amount of the rent with approved security bearing 4 per to reject cent nayand all bias Is reservedrlgh t EQUITABLK BANK A TUUHTCO Walton Ky CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kind of con creting as Work Pavement nnd In fact we can umko any thing front a house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee llratcla work and material Call and get our pried before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky SEEDS We ship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers nt lowest wholesale prices We sell clovers cranes seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow prassoja leans JIOtlltO beans garden pen all kinds garden Held und llower seeds land platter and fertilis ers Write ui for prices and samples State what you want NAHHVIIIM HEED OO SIS Second Avo North lUhll Ie Tlnn PUBLIC SALE We will at public auction at 10 oclock sharp o- nTUESDAY FEB 9 1909 lit the O T Wallace farm near Point Lent ell OurrarU county Ky suit the following persounltfOIllJ fouryearold eombinedtbrood nud work yearling filly by Naboth Jr 4 EXTRA WORK MULES nil 10 hand high three of which art stares yearlingcreamery 1 wagon 8 buggies set black imlth tools farming toot eo chickens Householdand Kitchen Furniture Perms made known on day of sale HI1KAUKH Lancaster Ky AM Bourne Auctioneer Moving Pictures AT Waltons Opera louse Every Night Cbauge of Pictures Nightly Ad mission 6c w ry CHARLES A HARDIN oom1 of Mercer county Is n cAndidate for 1monwmlthyAttorney or this the lath JUt to the action of the democratic party J D SWOPE Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo cratla party CorntSend for 1UI of Improved tarns Address I JK WEST Augusta Kat MASONS MEET ILincoln Q0Ft A M will meet communication on rich first and third Monday nights of each month nt TaU oclock In their bull on Mnlu street Htnn tail Ky Members of sister taigas are frn ternallylnvlted to bo present u L Penny WMT W IVinnlngioiiBcc IINOTICEI1Notice is hereby given that nil Lincoln blarohl- 1541rdeetttubluin15yeunwithprlvilegeoi paying In 10 years from sold dote llrllntlltlunhank and tbut Interest on sumo stop niter wild unto Totnl amount ll5ix This Jan 81 HMI James McKVchnlo O 11 Cooper awl W H Ilurcli Committee POSTEDWe strictly larbf lhuutlagnshingoranykind or tie pasting on our place and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the lute Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mnttle White MartindJH llocker JM Peltus TA mce Joseph IJullo- uJL llolticlaw lIa7 t airs J K Pulllnm ILL Meuert Paxlon 31rs It L11illlanlt James N Oath NevlnOnrterM U Lytlu Mrs Jns llalnes UOarpenlerTbontasFerrlll David llurton A I Thompson M U Richardson J M Ware Miss Mettle Hewes llelchonbnch Bro Fad Uanmnim A T Tray lor LllhurnUooch N It Plummer Will Hester ILONunnelley JW Baughuian J J E Bruce David Stevens JohuOamenlscb winUordler DanTraylor M U K I more fiotllhoilck Fret Handorf JJ Thompson IMAnderso- l13foser Mr and Mrs Jus II Kudu A Klbasa MnNJ1lorton J J Elliott Mrs Oeo Logan WII Daughcrty Frank Connor Her Father Leo 1rUO Perry 11 W 08In1H II Baughman Uriah U Mrs Margaret Cooch Jacob UaudCr fleo OUlvens WHTraylor Ham Itolwrls John Jufer Amelia Bonasfor M J Ilofinann JrIInlll Alt Mutbeny MrsJIiOwsleySLH TlIarrl 110 Watkln- sJOHundley U HOrow Mrs Nannie 11 flood O K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonncknr W M DUhon Fred VonOruenlgnn T U llaughman Mrs Kate Ador Nlo Otutx Mrs IlMtwcm It Carpenter 1y Kopati HENRY- s WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY SI50 Few pcoplaln the United tatu hUll not heard of the OourlerJoortrl Democratic n all thlrgs tale In all things clean In all- hings It Is euentlally a family paper By a special arrangement wo are enabled to of fet the WEEKLY COUltlEttOUUNAL one rear and this paper for tbq prlca named above Bend your subscription for the com LI not Ion to usnot tc the CourierJo- uroaCommissioners Sale I Boyle Circuit Court K M Hills Administrator Plaintiff vs James Hill etc Defendant Pursuant to n Judgment of sale herein rem dered nt the January term 1SW9 of the Boyle Circuit Court thu undersigned Commission er will on TUESDAY KBBHUAHY 18 lOCO At or nlwut tho hour of 3 oclock r M In runt of the storehouse on the lands bern Innftcr described In Prencborstlllo Lincoln county Kentucky sell to the hlKuust and lest at public outcry tho following described reulestato towlt That certain tract of land situated In tin coin of Kontuckyon tho wnt ura countYtMinto lu time village ot Preach ersvlllo on the turnpike road leading from Lancaster to Irish Orchard and consisting of n dwelling house n store house had about rrS4 acres of land nnd icing more particular Jy described nnd bounded us follows towlt Beginning In the center of the turnpike thence n now line N lfJ degrees KI IIklpolo to n stake corner to JH Pnttus thence with lino of Pettus H HTM degrees K 888 poles to n stake lathe North edge of the County road thence with thu ntld road H aTdegrees WirL5oleyr4 418 H polutluwith line of church lot mind Payne NU de- groesE7 to rooter of olesN8734degreesV77 pike thence with rehire pike- NadogreosBP121pole NSU W J Si polo to glnll nil and contain InK MKucres mind living tho same f land convoyed tot M IIIII trllcll Mllntchlns by deed of record In rain flaunty Court Clerks office Hold real estate and Improvoments will Ixi lold nl n whole upon a credit of six and limontbiiefiual payments for which lands will Ira given payable to the Commissioner hearing Interest from dale of sale until paid lit thorutuofU p jr cent per annum with personal security to be approved by 0omntllsloneranrl said bond to the force and oreM of judgment and to retain u lien pn sold The amount to be raised by this sale U estimated to lx Including costs the sum of 3gil 0 11 MoDQWKLL MO Boyl Circuit Court Oa B UBYAttorny a v + r- J t t- tiFORYOU ft 4 1 do i 1JOKYtt- i I j l 1L We have about 50 MENS SUITS only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE rather than style can not afford to miss They are not damaged not shelf worn a few of them are a little soiled Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than 10 Most of Them 15 SpitsISome of Them 20 Suits We want them out of the way We need the 1 money and we have assorted them and made two prices I 500 and 750 A SuitIIts most LIKE FINDING THEM 5 or r l750 for a 15 or 20 Suit but these prices are FOR THE rememberfforget that H J iVcJSO13jBJrS 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY m raEEEEE E a1E MS New Ledgers Journals And c 3 Cash Books fH I m fB tHm+ tt 1 100IE I STORECO 00 8BS BBBBBBBBBBE rr Pt1st 9lational tank I Stanford Jfcy It OrgamxtJ SS2 Capital Stock fSO 000 I surplul anti Vnttfuicitd Profit 9 000tJfas paId In IDioictanJs since Organization f2f 500tfnvlia low jfccounls OFFICERS J S Hccktr President- S T Harris VicePresidenl John J McRoberts Cashier II C Daughman Asst Cathr VVSaunderiOookkeeper I t sal F Reid J H M D Elmore J+ M DaughmanfII C Daughman J F S T Harris J ao W fl OBannon J S C E Tate Highest Market Prices Paid For l Eggs Hides Furs I Hens 9 to 912c- Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Vi Chickens 9 to lOc 1t Ducks 8 to 9Cjd v I t Geese 6 to 6 l2c- Turkeys 10 to 12c J v Scrap IrontGuineas 2 Per Dozen Rubber- H B NORTHCOTT Stanford yIfO 4 x n n IY 19 Cents lr I t n j f OFor an Extra Special Voluo in Corset t Cover Embroidery Tho regular J l price is 2Cc As long 111 this lot lasts at only 19cper yard t If I ji w b l 4 rpw f c j t 1 f STANFORD Kv Fiai 6 1900 New assortment of local view post It a cards at Pennys Drug Store SOME very bargains In Box Paper but the supply Is limited Ask to BCD them Drug Store PERSONALS I iMR T W HUMBLE was at Pcrryvillo this week I MRS MAny C MATUENY continues quite sick CArT SAM MAGEE of rankfort Is at homo to voto MH W W SAUNDERS Is able to bo up we aro gla I to state MR J S HOCKER mado a business t trip to London yesterday Miss MAGGIE ZONONE of Lancaster Is with Mrs U S Traylor MRS Lou SHANKS Is visiting her son I John II Shanks at Watsonvillc Cal DAVID BURTON of Highland Is ou- Icrutches after a long lay up with DEN HABDIN has return visit to MontlcolloLon don Sentinel MR AND MRS W A SlIELTON of r Livingston are guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Traylor JUDGE JOHN W BnowN and Mr George Owens of Mt Vernon were hero this week t COL J W GUEST of Crab Orchard was on yesterdays train returning from Louisville Mns JOHN BLAIN and Miss Aria Wright of Hustonvllle were guests o the Misses Ellis EMILE GiiEENEnERO has moved his family from Highland to a cottage on Whitley Avenue Miss BESSIE IUCHARD3 is now Cash ier for Severance Son Miss Annie Daret having resigned HORN to the wife of Jamie Carpen l ter of the East End a son making two boys for that family Mn J C LYNN who has been III tot several weeks Is able to bo out and his t friends are glad to see him REV J W HAGIN and family of Covington spent several days with the family of Mrs John F Cash MR E T SPOONAMORE of Chicago arrived this week to see his father Mr t J Z Spoonamore who Is very 111 Mn AND MRS J H BAUGIIUAN returned Tuesday from a twoweeks stay I In Florida and other Southern States MRS E A BLAIN has returned from Lexington where she left her brother Mr Richard Gentry somewhat Improv ed MRS II C BAUGHMAN is helping her husband in the First National Bank during the Illness of Mr W W Saunders of that institution MRS JOHN H BROOKS and daughter Miss Zilpah of Los Angeles Cat are with Mrs S E Brooks and Miss Mol Ho Brooks at Crab Orchard MR Hoss C ADAMS head of tho t monument firm of William Adams I Son of Lexington was hero Wednes day In tho Interest of his house- C B OWENS and family left for Dan vine I t t where they will make their home Archlo Rifle and family willoc P tho residence of Mr Owens on Journal LOCALS of that good candy at Farris I CLOTHES French cleaned Cook I Farmer HIGH top shoes at cost Cummins IF you want good meat call on Wil kinson Lutes Phone 47 a forget the moving picture It costs only 6c to see It WANTED a flrs handI Must come well recommendedI laugh Reid Stanford ED BRADYS dancing atthe moving picture show is worth several times tho I price of admission See him tonight RENT Tworooms r tho mil store of tho Misses Straub Ap ply at once to Mrs Mary Straub Stanford j I LOST on tho Shelby City pike between the Hustonvllle pike and Knob Lick bridge a roll of carpet containing Reward L C Myers Stan 1 t wsa1v RED Seal Saratoga chips at Farris GRANT BURDETT a known Lo gantown Negro dropped dead the otho day NEW line of spectacles Eyes test free at the New Stanford Drug Cos store FOR all kinds of fresh meats phono 178 and havo it sent to your House J L Mccks NEXT Monday is countycourt day Drop in and toll us some pews while you are in townI- NCUBATOR and threo brooders for sale In good condition Mrs E P Woods Stanford 4t ALL board bills atlaSt Ho tol must bo settled at tho end of each month Farris Hardin 3t WE mako a specialty of pleasing par ticular people Try our Rex coal Wo guarantee It Denham Bros r P ply at onto to W K Warner TUE ground hog saw his shadow and according to tho belief of many we are to have six weeks of bad weather TilE ladles of the Crab Orchard tian church will harps an oyster dinne- serval in any style in tho Gover store room on Main street next Saturday from 11 till 2 oclock T S STARLING Co have closed down their tobacco house here During tho season the house handled over 350 in Lincoln county Tim home of the late John F Cast on Danvillu Avenue is for sale private ly The residence is large commodious and in good repair There are 291 acre in tho lot For further particulars call on H C Baughman at tho First Na tional Dank or James N Cash Tur Eugenia Peyton whose illness at McKinney Texas was noted in last issue died there tho news reaching hero a short while after ou Tuesdays paper went to press was a sister of Mesdames T P Hill and Julia Martin of this place and IIv ed at Hustonvilla the greater part of her life Miss Peyton was a very su perior woman and her taking away baa caused much genuine sorrow OUR old friend QS Smith writes as follows from Springfield 1 noticeda week or two ago in tho I J that you wanted to borrow 500 You will please find enclosed check for 2 so now you will need to borrow only 403 You need not send me a noto but you may extend my time on the I J I am satisfied I will get the worth of tho amount sent or what I have no already gotten So just keep throwing hot shells into the republicans and traitors and push the I J along WtI1TF1Mr11 L White died at his homo in tho Hubble section at 6 oclock Wednesday afternoon aged 78 Ho is ter of thq lato Greenberry Bright an seven children all of whom ore grown Deceased had been in bad health for somo time and his death had been ex pected for weeks Mr White was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and an exceedingly clever good man lie had a large circle of friends who will bo saddened at the an nouncement of his death The burial will take place in Buffalo cemetery at 1 oclock this Friday afternoon SrooNAMORE John Spoona more one of the very best men In the county died at 6 oclock yesterday morning at his home near Rowland after a protracted illness of Brights dis ease Tho funeral will be preachedat tho Methodist church by Dr W F Vaughan of Somerset ut 130 this Fri day afternoon after which tho remains will bo laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery Ho was a devout member of tho Methodist church and that congregation and tho community have sustained a great loss in his death Mr Spoonamore was ono of thoso quiet good men who attend strictly to their own business and who are so rare in this day and time Ho was iho soul of honor and a splen did citizen Ho is survived by his wife and a number of children and in their Irreparable loss great sympathy is felt Cents 1 For xtra good quality Hamburg Edge 0 inches wide This would sell in a regular way for 15c to25c This special price ia for this lot aa long as they last e t 0 I 11SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY II 1The Interior Journal Ion legA t 1Collcge streetSomerset WearenS IDONT ckmsnfarm tFOR fordj Warnet raisef neravillePEYTONbllas doughe themIe 1O UNDERWEAR at cost Cummins1 Wcaren rTwo rooms in my home on Logan avenue for rent Mrs Dun Withers eb1ENS boys and childrens winter suits at cost Cummins Wearen No better sewing machine than Tho Free W IL Mueller the jeweler is tho agent THE Daughter is booked to appear at Waltons Opera House Friday fight Feb 26 ALL account due the estate of M Hardin deceased must bo settled at once Mrs Bessie M Hardin extx 3t J T IIACKLEY shipped to Owens Miss parties four fine fox hounds Wednesday Ho got a small fortune for them IF you have a bad drawing flue or sick stove try Rex A guarantee- remedy Denham Bros Yards at Stanford and Rowland Tin Epworth League social has teen indefinitely postponed on account of the death of oursplendid member Mr John 7 Spoonamore W B Barker presi dent Tim Lincoln County Medical Society Tuesdayrdesired as business of importance is to bo transacted W F tickle secy FOR SALPLot of nice pure bred Plymouth Rock Duff Orpington Black tangshan and Silver Laced Wyandotte cockerels Will have lot on street Feb andd ford It F D No4 3t ITilE Ladies Aid Society of tho Bap tist church of Crib Orchard will hold a Church Fair on Saturday Feb 13th over Robert L Ednsistona storeroom beginning at 9 oclock in the morning Refreshments will bo served Attend and help the laudable enterprise ROUTON Miss Mary Routon aged 25 died at Junction City of consumption Wednesday and was buried there afternoon She had two diseasersome six months ago Deceased was a daughter of T S Routon and a niece of T C Ball of this place t THERE will be a red hot primary elec lion in Lincoln county Saturday The race for sheriff seems to be attracting much attention and in this connection wo desire to express our friendship for ono of tho candidates Mr M S Baughman and unhesitatingly say that if his many friends and relatives In this county were permitted to deaden over tho lino and voto for him his elec tion would bo assured As sheriff for four years he discharged his duties guardtthe Interests of the people and if re ports be true wo expect to hear of his nomination Lancaster Record TOMORROW Saturday will settle the question as to who tho democrats will vote for for county officers at the No opendat 6 A M and close at 4 r M and all known democrats aro asked to take a hand in tho making of a ticket that will be such a good one that tho republicans will not dare oppose it this Fall Things are getting pretty warm in the county and there is much speculation as to who will win the various races The lineup is as follows For county attorney W S Burch and M F North for circuit clerk J D Swope J F Iloldam and Leslie Anderson for sheriff M S Baughman and W L McCarty for jailer J J Moser James C Hays Dink Farmer and W A Carson for assessor W W White J W Foley D C Allen John C Pepples S M Owens J A Dudderar and W D Wal In for coroner W T Smith George P Bright and A R Wallace In tho Crab Orchard district L K Wells and Ward Moore are candidates for magis crate and in the Hustonvillo district W M Dudderar Zora P Smith and J K Helm arc contesting for tho Squires place All of tho races promise to bo close while some of them look as if there will bo an cye lash finish as tho horsemen say Wo havo our choice in each race and presume our readers have theirs So heros hoping tho best men will win and that nobody will be sore after jthe smoky of battle has cleared away SEE that Chattanooga Plow at Far I re It OVERCOATS atcostCummins Wearen SEE that Electric range before you buy Farris It Tills is glorious winter weather af I ter the recent blizzard A GOOD crowd attended Myers Bros solo of horses buggies etc yesterday and good prices prevailed EXTRA values in wagon bridles and wagon breeching also full stock of fencing and garden tools George D Hogper THE Lincoln County National Bank is gluing to its patrons and friends Lin coin calendars bearing a splendid likeness of the dead president againstdaro requested to file same properly veri fied with tho administrator before Feb 20 1909 T J Hill Sr admr AFTER this month I will sell for cash only I will not credit any one I know that I can make it pay you to trade with me and would be glad to have you give mo a trial J M Phillips MR L M BRUCE asksua say that ho has taken back his stable on Depot street and will run it as a feed and sale stable Ho will be prepared to take care of both your horse and cattlo Mon day court day- REDUCED QUEEN CRES CENT ROUTE To New Orleans and Mobile Tickets on sale February 17th to 22nd inclusive Return limit March 1st with extension privilsge March 13th 1909 For particulars ask Ticket Agents or address H C King G P A Lex ington Ky Tim SL Louis Times contains a splen did picture of Mr William G Lackey of that city who has just been elected a director of the Mississippi Valley Trust Co an enormous banking insti tution of that city Mr Lackey is a son of lion G A Lackey of Crab Or chard and was raised in this county HONOR ROLL for month of January Stanford Graded and High School Grade 1 Grace Anderson Eloise Beazlby Mary Brackett Frank Cor dier Harvey Embry Geo Fleece Far ris Joe Grimes Janio Mocker Walker Hubble Daisy Lunsford Marie Powell Sop lo Saunders Stella Walker Grade 2Sarah Traylor Willie Ran kin Rachel Hill Igo Perry John R McKinney Tilden Cooper Marshall Sargent Bailey Dawes Virgil Moore Heath Severance Grade 3Annie R Powell Kathryn Harris Patience Calmese Bessie Mill er Carrie Anderson Frances Embry Belle Russell Hugh R Foster Clar ence Singleton Claiborne Walton Ben ale Goode Richard Arnold Hobart Ar nold Grade JKleln Brady Henley Cash John Cush Joe T Embry Jesse Hock er Matsy Grimes Nellie Wilson Hill Lottie W McKinney Jean Paxton Mary Jarvis Adelia Russell Hartwell ShanksGradS C Bessie Brackett Frances Brackett Maud Arnold Ella Eichen berger Till10 Goldstein Elizabeth Huns Josephine Morris Bessie Moore Effie Ware Prescott Brown Harry Farmer Maurice Jarvis Grade 6 Winnie Davis Bibb Ethel Brackett Mary Shepherd Cook Docia Horain John T McAlister Anna D McRoberts James Owsley Verner Rout Mayme Singleton Mary Mooro RaneyGrade 7LaVerne Brady Annie Butte Effie Baughman Josephine Car penter Marion Grimes Eva Moser Lena Traylor Grace Young Grade 8Lucy Lee Walton Katie Anderson Oca Moser Catherine Gen try Arnold Foreman Mary Elizabeth McKinneyFreshmanJohn M H Waters Vir ginia Mnhony Lissa Holtzclaw Willie Moora Emma Napier Harris Colema- nSophomoroSallio Burdette Eliza beth JuniorThomas Bright Walter Sin gletonSenlorDerta Jean Penny I HAIR PARKERS BALSAM CIMBM and tmutUVi he heir Promoter loxuiUnt ffrovtlu never fall to Beitore f1101cUctnUIouu t 5 Centsa J For rood lino of Patterns of Linen Laces Patterns in thig lot worth 10 and JCc We oOer any in this lot for 5c per yard A N i L II Hughes T W Humble W 0 MartinI Embroidery and Laces I Just received the largest assortment of Lacu and Embroideries over brought to Stanford AH grades and prices r Spring goods aro arriving daily and thcnew firm of Hughes Martin Co solicit your trade promising to keep up the rep utation of tho house that is the very best goods at the lowest prices possible consistent with legitimate merchandising We will not handle cheap shoddy goods Como to tee us and in aUlIfaped our Spring goods We are always glad to see you show youI I HUGHES MARTIN CO i j 1STANFORD Full Stock of Oliver chilled PLOWS and Repairs 1a W E Perkins Crab Orchard 4 Watch This Space Next Is= t sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods I j 4 Charles Wheeler Emporium i HUSTONVILLE KY u t- a ai GOING SOUTHFWinter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale e VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE- To t Many Points South and SoutheastYTicUets Good ReUrning Until May 31st 1909 Writs for rates ind folder H C KING CA 10J E Mara St lexlnftcn Kf I jaait h M W Mw W w 4 + IM 4 b r4 ti I Ii i i iIiIr I t The Interior Journal I L I Snteredin the PoitQffice at Stanford at twondefaes matter L N TIME TKBLE a No 1 Moutbl1lM r x No f 8outhllttJA I- LNotNortlI4erA M No H North Gt7 p X No 771041 A M No SS 155 PM JOS Se RICE Agont The Truth Every person in this city who issuf t fcring from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi I external use All durggists sell ZEMO It 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 A S PRICE I tSurgeon Dentist KENTUCKY f1 Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building Tobaccotlt Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen ti The Insurance Mint STANFORD KY Residence Phone 36 OOlee 95 I fullylAdoriWs Fox Is a Immlsomo large young Jersey Bull de scended from a and unbroken line ot the west noted bulls and cows on the Is Innd of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported 7 and his dam la n show cow that undsof rlchl milk In ono dlY If you be I 1iosome Anavtorandkbare A itrlitiyngood cow you should avail yourself of bl ser I vice He wilt be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out r side of our own herd year a fee of S3 each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred ltBI n AOTTKK Telephone NO Htnnford Ky N n1Pe have to offer three extra choice t Rsbullcalves that will be sold at right prices t i KyiYou can find our Standard lUmiwly the greatest blood und livermedicine jctknown s In cute of Hlivumntlsm Halt Rheum Kid- neyr Trouble and all diseases nrlslng from Impure blood It has no equal It Is menu fractured food act of June S 1KH and guaranteed the manufacturer If l tbe is token to direction I and If he or she U not benellted by the use of the Ronuedy we will refund money We can do nothing more KicFi package contains iOI doses with a registered guurau and mailing card with full Insf uctlons 11Wesend U to any address by mall on re of It per package or six packages for IV Iletterordorti box today 1111 time OU might save a big doctors Ilememberifyoutake the Hemedy accord Ing to Instructions nod are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not nUll the remedy In drug stores for sale It Is told only by our duly authorized agents HKtTUKN WILLIAMS Agent fimfo r t3- uyFURS il Hides Wool and r FeathersTallow BtMWKx Clcsecc t GoldeoScIlYebw Rod M jr Apple J Wild Ginger etc We are deer riulSJxJ ia 856Onr iufaceaerryfa Lei nEeanduadobetterfayouthan- ax a ab ot ccnizmvon mchants Refeieace h icy Duliia LomniHe Write for wally price lid tad dppiastars AlaSabel do Sons 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY 4 JLBeazleyCo n F TJndertaKore and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture f9r all Kinds of Stock Give I RightfSTANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer inHarnoss Saddler t STANFORD KY ore Phone let HomeJPhone Si J1 V Fty FARMERS DEPARTMENT Kentucky raises onesixth to the tobacco of the world Thurmond Tudor sold to Richard Hotter a milk cow for 50 In the FaslgTipton sale inNew York City 125 horses sold for over 55000 The average yield of an orange tree during its life is about 20000 oranges Senator It L Hubble bought of Shade Wilder a walktrot horse for 22f FOR SALECultivated hemp seed 1908 crop J D Walker Richmond Ky Mark Goms of Marksbnry Garra county had an SOO jack to die of pneumonia Mason county democrats will noml nate candidates for county offices on May 14 Ben Mattingly of Marion county bought a threeyearold jack of G W Gootce for 500 FOR SALE33 coming two ycar ol mules Good ones J C Robinson Danville Ky Both phones 4t I have 13 coming twoyearold mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henr Catron R F D No1 Stanford McBrayer Moore of Boyle has bought 1200 acres in Cuba and will raise tobacco on an extensive scale The first crops of Burley tobacco in Virginia were sold at Richmond One farmer averaged 1993 for his crop Sam Forsythe sold to John D Veatch of Jessamine his 350 acre farm 3i miles from Harrodsburg for 30000 Royal Hall the great twoyearold son of Walnut Hall 2081 and Fereno 205 were bought by Madden Bros of Fayette county for 3600 The large stock barn of Brutus Wear en of the Tcatcravillo section of Gar rard burned causing a considerafil loss It is believed that the fire was the result of an accident J B Hoggin the millionaire master of the great Elmendorf Stock Farm in Fayette has contracted for 11 immens tobacco barns to cost 35000 He wit put in a big crop of tobacco this year W B Burton of Lancaster bough of John Creech of East Bernstadt six mules at The per pound Mr Burtoi did not see the animals but took Mr Creechs word for the kind they were KINGSVILLE At out farmers and business mans club meeting held on the 28th C D Evans was elected permanent chairman and M G Murphy secretary The following pupils were neither ab sent nor tardy during six months of the Kingsville Graded School Grade 2Aubrey Gilliland Maggie Dye James Flint Roberta Haggard Grade 3Grace Trimble Dorothy Gooch Malcolm Haggard Ed Hogue Grade 4Gladys Gooch Ollie Gooch Estill Gooch Herman Haggard Loom Francis Luclle Reynolds Earl Mud manGrade 5Clarence Carey Mabe Flint Esther Murphy Russell Thomp son Richard Trimble Grade 6 Pauline Taylor Grade 7 HulCee Acton Oliver Smith Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope said three dod tors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectaltrou ble lies In an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa tion Headache 23c at Pennys Drug- Store Both the chairmen of the Democratic and Republican State Central Commit tees have agreed to appoint four men from each party to act jointly as a nonpartisan committee at the Lincoln centenary celebration at Hodgenviile February 12 Gov Patterson sent to the Tennessee Senate a special message vetoing the bill prohibitingthe manufacture of in toxicants in Tennessee after January 1 1910 The Senate passed the bill over his veto and it went to the House yes terday Thomas L Lewis of Bridgeport 0- was reelected president of the United Mine Workers of the United States and Canada by a majority of more than 16000 votes over his opponent John H Walker district president of Illi noisBorloighHa ha ha old manl Nailing down a carpet are you Jones who has just struck his thumbNo you fool The carpet was hero all the time Im just putting the thor under it IChicago News Foleys Orlno Laxative cures consti pation and liver trouble and makes the bowels healthy and regular Orino is superior to pills and tablets as itdoes not gripe or nauseate Why take anything else New Stanford Drug Co a Seven Indictments were returned by the Federal grand jury at Muskogee Okla in the alleged town lot fraud investigation the charges being con GovcrnmentIThe Japanese Government is waging a successful war on rats by paying for every dead one brought In and giving each rat slayer a ticket to a lottery with valuable prizes Io I L sd r U Theolovorest Imitation of lOa 1 CotTe ever yet made is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is One In flavor arid Js made In just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drult Store Mrs Martha Maybelle Dunphy of Boston Mass who has been on trial in Chicago for the alleged theft of 3000 worth of diamonds from Charle E Giles a Dorchester Mass mone lender was acquitted by a jury Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold b Pennys Drug Store The Czar is paid a monthly salary of 400000 and even this does not support him in the style demanded by his courtIMrs William Crosby of Colesbur Hardin county was found dead in bed LESLIE ANDERSON Is candidate for circuit clerk ot llncol county subject to the notion of the Demo trade party M F NORTH- Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the uctonof tbi Democratic party W L MCARTY Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action 01 the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN ti a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county abject to the action ot the democratic party JOHN J MOSER rl a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAM Eft C HAY Is acandidate for Jailer of Democratic abject to the Motion of the party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailor of Lincoln county subject tc the action or the democratic pary W A CARSON Is n candidate Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party JOHN C PEPPLES Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of time democrat party D C ALLEN Is a candidate foraction theIDemocraticty subject to the of jarty- v J W FOLEY I s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun lysubject to thu notion of the democrat party J A DUDDERAR Is a candidate for nsseisor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to theaction ofjtho democratic party W D WALLIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the dem cratl party S MOWENS Is a candidate for Assessor Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of theDumocrntl party W W WHITE II n candidate for Asiessorof Lincoln conn y subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM Ii candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln ouaty subject to the action of the Demo ratio party W S BURCH KII candidate rot County Attorney ot Lln coin county subject to the action of the kiiiiocrnllo party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is n candidate for circuit judge of lids the lath district Hiibjevt to action of the Hliiocrutlo party M C 8AUFLEY h n candidate for circuit Judge ot this the- ithI district subject to Liu action of the Democratic putty 300ACRESOFLANDFORSAL preenotherFogle farm y county rod adjacent Llnnle lood nelglslortoale- nd near school IrI acres unolosul tillable Ine tobacco corn and grills land residue rood land well adopted to stout raising mfallng strewn of line water runs through tho farm Dwelling welt und outbuildings Prce J5UOO JK FOUil- Mlddleburg Ky The Joseph PrieD Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky for Treatment of Dlionsctt of time Eye Nose Iiront Far OeiiHoUrlimry Ilectul Or inn Nervous Hytteiu and Burgory lotite to Contractors JnnqHtauford Ky the KUcal Court of Lincoln county Ky Invite sealed pro josnU for the erection mind completion of a new county court house on the public p s toinneels Frank IMIIburnJc 01Vlllhlllltoll i0 Plans will be on the Recta mmd with theOol1l1t rkatHtanford linch Contractor will Ills with Ids hid a ertlfled check made payable to J H OWl Icy County Judge for I5UOW as evidence of good faith on his and If ode bid Is ac eptedthat he will enter Into contract at once timid give nn ncceptabloguarunteoconi bond to the county fultimlulperformnnceof tractor will be 80 per cent us irogresacs retaining 20 per cent until final ompletlon All bids to bii sealed and filed with the lountT Clerk on or before 10 A M February OthlWiB + Tho Fiscal Court reserves the right to reo colony or all bids J OWHLEY JR County Judge aEOHClKllOOOlKUOIerk f av r I 0 ARVALLACE Ii a candidate for Coroner of Lincoln coun to the action ot the Democratic primary Feb 5 31100 ZORA P SMITH Is a candidate for magistrate In the Huston vllle district subject to the unction of th Democratic party W M DUDDERAR Is a candidate bur magistrate of the Hus tonvllle district subject to the actlonot tho Democratic party JK HELM SR Is a candidate for magistrate In the Hus tonvllte district subject to the action of tin Democratic party Y FOR SALE I 25horso txiwer bolKtr and engine and lUll mill for sale sell either or both On AH KNSSUX Ottenhelm Ky 1ostoillcp Waynoiburg Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 90 5TANFOADKENTUCKLn Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant 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 SALES I S form of llOacren of good blue grass land lying one mile North of McKlnneyon tho Htanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water nnd fruit Also 1S3 acres of timbered land one mlle East of McKinney half under fences plenty ol water and IIlKJU tobacco land Moo grow ngcrop JAUlVKNHAgent McKinntyKy t Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stockof ira cone anti n goal bust ness Will Invoice about V00 Heason 111 health OHO D110P1EJtHtanfordK- yEczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation for external use Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St LoulfljM- oIcnnya Drug stow When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex pertence Then your clothes whvthrra low price business suit or the tliiiH evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they wore made to your measure trtake your iwas ure fur oxtrn psts topcoats alai overcoats Fall and Winter semi pies on hand ready for your inspection HO HUILKV The Tailor Htnnford Ky Safeguard the Future I p The what surest und most adequate safeguard for the future Is n policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Cot Is conspicuous for economical manage iicnt liberality of Its policy contracts fair leallng with Its members and large return to policy holden The company Is Just entering tho SIXTY FOURTH YEAR rf u successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than companies combined Write for lartlculnrs stating ago and whether mar rle1 or tingle to 1131 NpeeInlAgtMyers James tPldteHollcitorfor Ilockcastle Oo Ma hpny Rankin INSURANCEFire and Tornado 1 Farm Property a Specialty KIglit of the lending companies of tho world represented rate with nil the companies of the world Loss puy Ing record unsurpassed Never find n law milblu the history of this agency Losses promptly paid and without discount Ko waiting rO daysfar your money llvfore In nurliiR cull o- mmMAt10NY RANK9N lime Insurance Men of Stanford i Stop That Cold To check wily colds or Grippe with Frerentlcs meant sun defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with Prerentlcs safer than to let It run and be obliged to cure It afterwards To be sure Pro Tenucs will cure eren a deeply seated cold but taken mrITa the sneeze wagethey breaK or head on there early colds Thats surely better Thats why they aro called Pnventlcs FrerenUcsare Osndy Cold Cure No Qnln ins no physic notbln sickening Nice for the chi drenand thoroughly rate too It you reel chlliylfyou meeze If YOD ache all over think or IrsTenttcs rromptneu may also save half your usual slcknesi And dont foreot your child If there Is feyorUhness night or day herein prob ebly lies greatest emc onC7 Sold Inf bOxY for the pocket also In 2So boxes of la rrerentlc Insist on your druggists aiming j- oPrevcntics PENNYS DRUG STORE 0 +I a Clearance Sale All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost s CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 811 48 815 Coat now 0 48 812 CO Coat now 8 18 810 Coat now 6 U8 820 Suit 110W Slli 18 17 50 Suit now 12 J8 815 Suit now n U8 812 50 Suits now 8 OS 810 Suit now li 48 87 50 Suit now t IS 85 Suit now 3 48 I ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now 80 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now 6 08- 8i fiO Coot now 4 OS S 5 Cont now 3 48 Sf JO High Top Shoes 83 48 83 50 High Top Shoes 82 OKrSOc heavy fleeced lined underwear 30c- Mcnu Pelt Moots Srensnnd Voiu ens Rubbers All reduced accord Ingly SAM ROBINSONt STANFORD KY Next Door to 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