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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 a r ift 4 THE r INTER e lOP JOURNALpt t r I VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 9 1909 = HOc 97 IDaves All Right HusrortviLLE Fob 81 noticed In your last Issue that there were tour tombstone men In your town looklnlt for jobs from tho defeated candidate s Please tell them they will never get me as long as these dear good people who now live here remain 1 will bo hero unless some stronger power than that mentioned In your last calls me These dear people have always stood to mo like brothers and art still my friend and are ready to help mo again shouldi I call on them I have been culled by SIphono by both lady and gcntlomot republicans and democrats ox r pressing regret at my defeat Why should I not wantto live for ever wit such people T I want to express my gratitude to all who helped me and will t say that my political views are just thlsame as before D C ALL- ENHoxnmothylnototraminot The abovo Is tho name of a German chemical which Is ono of tho man valuable Ingredients of Poloyn Kid net Remedy IJoxamothyloneUHra mina II recognized by medical too books anti authorities as a urlo acId solvent and antiseptic for tho urine TakoFoleys Kidney Remedy as soot as you notice nay Irregularities and avow a scrloui malady Now Star ford Drug Co rAs an Indication of the largo crop of Hurley tobacco that will bo grown In Kentucky this year requests are com- Ing to tho agricultural office for seed from counties In which tobacco has not boon grown in largo quantities before These requests are coming in largo nurn t bore from Greenup and Carter counties Eastern part of tho State and Cum berland Metcalfo and Barren counties in tho Southern part of the State It is likely that tho growing of tobaccc a will spread to the mountain countici during tho next few years Prankforl State Journal WashingtonOnce Up to three doctors was kept In bed fat five weeks Blood poison from nupld ertI blio caused largo deep sores ti cover his log Tho doctors failed thor Rucklons Arnica Salvo qotnplotol cured mo write John Washington of HosquevUlo Tex For wicmfi bolls burns and plica in supreme 2Bc at 1ennys Drug storo Friends of William Loeb Jr secretary to tho President mado tho defi nits statement that ho was to become collector of tho Port of Now York Mr Loeb it also is stated in to become the confidential political adviser of tho next President on New York matters t Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppo Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the uso of Foley Honey and Tar for la grippe oouRh and deep seated oolds Refuse and J but the genuine In tho yellow package Now Stauford Drug Co Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell prtvatwly my iiloek or UfO cerltwaml llnnlwHto n good mist Trees Will Invoice about IIW UHIUOII s Ill health OHO I lloriKlt Htanfonl Ky Eczema Is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation to external use Steps Itching and destroys the germs that cause skit diseases Eczema ooickly and fa permanently cured oy this remarkable medicine U DniRglsta Write for turn pie E W Rose Med Co Su Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Tho Joseph Price Sanatorium INorthUincniter Htrtet r Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Oteaea of the Kyo Nose Throat Kar Cenlto Urlniiry It chat Or Kims Nervous Hrstvm stud winery II When Ordering Clothes Have your measure takon hyn tailor of ex Thonyo0Fviotheswhelhurnlos- prlcn liuilnuM suit or the cloUios will have tlmt Individuality amide which plainly Imllnito they were nmtlo tc your nioniuru 1 will also Kiko your mom uro for extra trouiori fancy vests tOil cents nnd overcoat Null and Winter sam plea ou linud rcudy for your Inspection ILO UUPLKV The Tailor Htuiiord Ky Safeguard the Future 1- p 1 The safest surestand most adequate suds guard fur the future Is n volley In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It II conspicuous for economical manage meat liberality of Its policy tlJnUlIg with Its 1II0mllUnllnd large returns to holder The eompnuyIsjust entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ot a successful business career with more policy holder In Lincoln county than combined Write nor IIIl1rlrledliTer Itquso lylrtts Htrtnlanlr James I lito Holloltor for icockoaetle Oo- r 7 Y PN HUSTONVlLrnI AJAdams tho tailor now has Spring samples ready G C HIlTo nnd Frank North were elected deacons In tho Christian church horo last week Some of the largo school boys for fighting on tho public highway wero fined tho limit by a jury in Judg Wheelers court hoes Mac Logon will move to Dai viilo next week where oho will open a firstclass boarding house at which ahe is an adept at keeping Tho ark of tats on 101Ainsueet has been repapered painted and putln first class condition for keeping house by tho owner U S Carpenter- T J Underwood hns sold his farm to a Mr Ford at 80 This is considers tho best sale over made In this end or the county nil things considered Our city fathers aro going to put an uptodato system of arc lights that will bo loss expensive than thoso we have and give much better service It WQuld bo an appreciated favor by every rural carrier if their patron would put stamps on their letters Instead of pennies in tho box Try IL Tho ban of no whipping placed upon the teachers of our graded school by the trustees has been removed and the lash will be applied when necessary Miss Ann Ellis is tho guest of Mrs John A Blain Miss Kato Dlain toes to Covington next week for a visit to Mr and Mrs Wallace Wolfe and other friendsSunday service to patrons on star routes from here to Kidda store has been ordered by pio fourth assistan postmaster general and service begat on Fob 7th A large orderly crowd attended thoI primary electron hero Saturday The marshal locked up more men for not being sober than on any previous election In years S U Yowell has sold his stock of hardware groceries and fixtures to G Crit Rifle who has taken posscsslor nod will be glad to have his numerous friends give him a call The stock for a bank at Moreland has about nil been subscribed and a lot and building is being decldedupon Chilton- In Casey county is contcmllltin the possibilities of a bank Mrs U J Avoritt of Urndfordsville Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F M Yowell Luke Carpenter is at homo from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Texas and tho South A series of special sermons by Rev W S WIllis will bo delivered on the following dates Feb 14 morning Balm of Gilead night Courage Feb 21 morning Tho Friend ol God night Drifting Everybody is invited Good music A petition to tho Casey county grand jury signed by numerous residents and travelers on and near tho Middleburg pike from Mt Salem to Alex Hicks residence asking that the supervisor bo indicted and fined for incompetency and neglect in not putting tho road In proper condition to travel on The ladies auxiliary to tho C W B M mot Thursday evening with Mrs Uuus Lipps A good attendance and much enthusiasm wna in evidence Mrs Katherine Hocker conducted the meet ing in her usual happy way After the collection a tender loving prayer scr vlco was given in memory of their ab sent treasurer After services tho hOSt teas served chocolate and cake and at each plato was a souvenir card wits questions to be answered by members familiar with missionary tidings All acquitted themselves creditably and dispersed with highest encomiums for the thoughtfulness of their genial hostess n Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between n desperate lung trou ble anti the grave to cause his death I contracted n stubborn cold he writeslIhat developed a cough that stuck to me In spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to13C pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings Now Discovery which restored my hnaltu completely I now tfelgli lib pounds II For severe CoMsob stinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asth maj and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled 60o and 61 Trial bottle fro Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store The report that William Jennings ryan was injured in an automobile wreck near Tarpon Springs Fla Saturday night turns out to be a rank fake Mr Bryan gavo his lecture The Prince of Peace to a packed house at Jacksonville and stamped the sport as untrue He said he was en tying perfect health Itthat haveouch an thing for office 7 I supposo it is because most of them ave toscratch so long for a living A camel can carry a load thrice tho weight of ahorsoa capacity I r 1 NEWS NOTES The Lexington Eastern Railroad has been bought by tho Louisville Ralt way Co J Willson Coots a welUknbwn Shelby county farmer died suddenly In Louisville Frank Williams aged 70 was rune or and killed by an L N train at Lexington Rifle and revolver clubs will bo organ- Ized in tho mountains under the nation al association Howard Van Wyke former Attorney General of Wisconsin died at Marten dlopsyAt Fayette county Bud White was probably fatally stabbed bi some unknown person The Northern and Southern Preiby tetian churches of Shelbyvilhj are con sidering the matter of consolidation The Alabama law which prohibits the carrying of a pistol less than 24 inchei in length was declared unconstitution al W 7T Bryan was the principal speak cr at tho laying of the cornerstone of tho Y M C A building at Tampa FlaTwo children diedone in San Francis co and the other in Kansas City Wednesday from the effects of vaccination compulsorarly administered Tho floods in Germany caused by sev eral days of heavy rains and a spell of warm weather aro taking on a serious aspect in many parts of the country Mrs Roosevelt and Miss EUeI Roosevelt will accompany President Roose velt on histtrip to the Lincoln celebration at HodgenvIIlo next Friday ac cording to advises from Washington While dressing to take the train for Waltqn Mrs Willian Washburn o Worthville Carroll county exclaimed I am dying and expired in a fey moments Ten thousand dollars will bo paid by the New York World to the person who makes the journey from Neat York to Albany in an airship or flying machine mechanically propelled A Greensburg dispatch says Tho famous burning well four mlles east of this city on Green river has been belching forth gas with renewed VoN Limo since the earthquake in Italy Fire supposed to have started from crossed electric wires practically destroyed Ute distillery proper of the Bcrnhcini Distilling Company near Louisville entailing a loss of about 100000 A construction train on the New York Central railroad ran Into a group of track walkers near University Heights in tho Bronx borough Six of tho track walkers were killed and oth ors Injured Tho Germnnnavy is experimenting with acetyline shells which ignite on touching water and take the place of searchlights Each is constructed to burn with 3000 candle power for a period of throe hours The homo of Mrs Frank Lathrop near Brentwood Ark was burned and her two sons William and Frank aged 16 and 25 years respectively and George Harris a young San who had been visiting at the house were burned to death Bland Ballard a member of a prominent Louisville family committed sui cido by shooting near his home at Lake Forest III lIe was a son of the late Judge Bland Ballard and was widely known as an athlete and sportsman in- Lis younger days The result of the second ballot taken Thursday in the United Mine Workers convention for the election of a vice president and secretarytreasurer showed that F S McCullough of Bay City Mich was elected vice president and Edwin Perry of Oskaioosa Iowa was elected secretarytreasurer Dispatches to Duns Itoyiew Indicate progress is somewhat slow but well sustained in all lines of trade and Industry One encouraging feature Is tho largo volume of construction work contemplated or under contract in most sections of the country and plans for municipal Improvements aro also extcnsivo In several directions Faloys Honey and Tar clears the tic passages stops tho irritation in tho Soothes tho inflamed lIIembrtuiell and tho most obstinate cough disappears Sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and tho cold Is expelled from the system Refuse any but tho genuine in the yet low package Now Stanford Drug Co James Hancock a miner of Uniteounty was arrested by a states marshal on a charge gf riding on mother mans railroad pass from Kens ucky Into Tennessee This is believed to be the first arrest in the South under- n Interstate Commerce Commission uling regulating the use of passes Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure abletsrwlll safely and quickly check aaH colds and tho Grip Trythem nee andsee 1 4825c Sold byPonny s irug Store s- r r + A 1 r y 1 c i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs 1 C Hull isidead at Somerset George Ellis of tho Ellisburg section of Casey is dead aged 66 Evan Rogers a prominent businessman of Springfield died suddenly C acute indigestion The Richmond Water Light Co has contracted with Mason Hanger Co for a largo reservoir- D S Edwards has been appointed postmaster at Bent Pulaskicouitty W E Gastincau resigned The site of the Veranda Hotel at Lebanon has been selected for the Government building there Tho Central University basket ban team defeated State University by a score of 37 to 20 at Danville Mrs Ed Porch of Somerset was so verely injured by tho waterheatlngap- paratus on her cooking stove Tom Yeager a former citizen of Danville but now of Canton Mo is In tho city mingling with friends Ad vo cate Riley Durham a farmer aged 55 dropped dead at his homo at Hedge ville He moved to Boyle county from Lexington recently Gen Addison White an aged and prominent citizen of Huntsville Ala is dead in that city Gen White rep resented this district in Congress in 1852 Charles Bassett formerly general foreman of thecar department of the Queen Crescent route had his am crushed at Oakdale Ho was carried to tho hospital at Somerset by special trainMrs Martha G Thompson wife of Rev G W Thompson died at her home in Gqrrard county aged 72 years after an illness of several weeks duo to paralysis She leaves a husband uno son and a number of grandchildren William Douglass the threeyearold son of W M Douglass of Mill Springs Wayne county fell and two of his front teeth were knocked out Death ensued from exhaustion caused by bleed ing which the physicians were unable to stop Berry Simpson Reuben West and jeorge Stanley who were indicted by tho Federal grand jury at Richmond in connection with the miners riot at Stearns Whittey county Chistrnas day surrendered to a United StatesMarshal at Oneida Tenn and were taken to jail at Covington Sam Barnes aged about 17 years and a son of Rev James Barnes died Saturday as the result of a pistol wound iccidentally inflicted at his own hands ilo was stooping over to get a drink when a 45 colts revolver fell from his pocket and was discharged the ball entering the lower part of the bowel pass- Ing through the body and lodged against the spinal column He lived about 24 loursML Vernon Signal A Middlesboro says A deal las just been consummated whereby the controlling interest in tho Pinnacle Printery publishers of the Middlesboro News which was owned by Dortch Campbell passed into the possession of Mayor E S Helburn C P ham and Postmaster W H Turner The Middlesboro Record will be consol- Idated with tho Middlesboro News as tho NewsRecord and will be published weeklyA ille special says Richard Blanton a farmer was waylaid at Layman cast of here Twelve shots were fired from ambush two charges pass- Ing through Blantons body His horse vas shot from under him and he walked a long distance to his homo before collapsing Officers declare that the trouble is an outgrowth of tho bloody battle which was engaged in last August over the school election at Layman and in which Richard Blanton Sherman Blanton and tho Taylors became engaged in a general shootingaf fray lieu John Blanton was shot to tenth at that time and three bystand ers were dangerously wounded The Secret of Long Life A Frcfjchsclentlst has discovered ono Becrct of long life Ills method deals with the blood But long ago nlllions of Americans had proved loctrlo Bitters prolongs life and makes It worth living It purities en Ichcs and vitalizes time blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life nd tono to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated looplo Kidney troublo had blighted ny life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Mo i but Elee trio miters cured me entirely Only GOo at Pennys Drug Store Miss Emily Mason agecd a direct descendant of the distinguished colonial family of Masons of Gunston bnllwho as the first Confederate nurse won renown by ministering to the Inion soldiers in Libby prison Is crit- Ically ill of paralysis at her homo at fashingtonAwmdstorminMisslsatppi Georgia and Alabama caused 12 deatns snd a- big property loss J flr- r x ATThl COST In order to make room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily we will sell at abso lutely Cost for the next 3 I DftYS t Our stock of Winter Goods con sisting of Overcoats Heavy Suits fifor Men and Boys Underwear Heavy Shoes Felt Boots MENS SUITS sizes 34 35 and 36 750 to io VAL = UES Choice 3 TERMS STRICTLY CASH f r Cummins Wearen STAN FORD KENTUCKY ELECTRICJUANGES Tho Range to buy n full saver n money the best baker A largo line of select from and we will appreciate makerIGEORGE Ha FARRIS Central Kentucky Real fstatefxchange tic TITLE CO to1acres on tho Wayneslnirg Pike near Highland reenl houiu darn andoth or outbuilding nice orchnrd Thlsproper t1 is nenl churon nod echoobhouso is worth the price tloNo Ybr acres Y mummies South or Crab Or ohnrdonthe has n twodory houso good ban orchard und is well water ed about 100 acres of this land ls bottom hind nnd produces line crops A Jmrgaln at SI yourSo410011 house bnrlluu bulldlnitplentyof water Onih price rt00 o1lkiacres near Level Green Hock castlo county Ky This barium tins nnuw J story frame house would cost to build now S20UO good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is u nice home and can bo bought for JW per acre yS cash re mainder in a months e d r No 61sll1cr tho above farms lOOncros In cultivation Dwelling of 4 rooms good barn and oth outbuildings trice or cbl One of lilt best tlprlrlltlln the cdun ty IrlcofJWO Uiilf cash balance 1 and 3 years No 6nil acre adjoining farms Nos 1 had S ISO acres In cultivation balance In tlm her Good white oak hickory and some tine cedar hug 2story log huso nod good orch ant well watered Hash price llW- ONo7iAacres near Maretsbnrg KyK acre In cultivation good dwelling house burn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school church and U It station 1rlco tWU i cash balance in one and tOyears No9214 ncros nenr Oonwuy Ky nearly all of this farm Is bottom land Sum for corn + and meadow dwelling houunew- barnandotherhulldingsoncountyroad a miles front Iterea Uollsge Cash eutiNorttSturos on Drakes Oreek 8 milestfrom drub Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and Is n part of the Geo Evans tarn This Is line land aunt lu good condition all ItoorJJaolel t t 1 The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer county U n candidate for Corn ludlclaldemocratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ita candidate for circuit judge of lath district subject to orthe Democratic party MC SAUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this thllath Judicial district subject to the nctlo n of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket For State Senator R L HUDDLE of Lincoln county For Itcprcscntatlvo W H SHANKs For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON fJ For Magistrate Stanford District J JAMES McKECHNIE A BILL was introduced Saturday in E the House by Representative Volstead of Minnesota which provides a pension of 12000 annually for every President after he leaves the White House No duties will be required of the retired chief executive but if he should again be elected to the highest office in the gift of the people his pension would cease during his term of office The bill does not provide however that the pension will cease if the exPresident elftuld accept the office of United States Senator or anyother Federaloffice THE prohibitionists of Texas do not seem discouraged by the refusal of the House to pass the bill submitting Statewide prohibition to a vote of the people and say they will keep up the fight They claimjthat the failure of a democratic Legislature to provide for the submission of a constitutional amend ment after a majority democrats had declaredfor it in the primary will be a distinct advantage to the cause of pro hibition when the tight comesup again THE corpses of 5000 Chinese will leave Brooklyn tomorrow for China to find their last resting places The bodies of the dead Celestials were dis interred from burying grounds all over the United States and placed in sealed caskets which in turn were inclosed in pine boxes each labeled with the name and history of its silent occupant WIZEN Mr Taft becomes President he will ride in an automobile furnished by the Government That question was settled by the adoption by the Senate of the report of the conferees on the urgent deficiency bill which carries an item of12000 for the purchase care + andmaintenance of automobiles for the use of the President A DELAWARE man died while taking a bath and a New Jersey man shuffled oil whiled reading his Bible This should notfput a stop lo either bathing or reading the book of books but there are some who will use it na an excuse to quit either or both IN a speech at TampaiFJa Mr Bryan said the chances of Democratic victory in 1912 look good Truly does hope spring eternal in the breast of the great Commoner and he is not by him self in believing that democracy is yet very much alive BELL county Negroes in convention assembled instructcdJforAllen Gibson a Pineville Negro for assessor but well wager the white rads in that re publican strongnold will take no Negro jn theirn Gov WILLSON says positively he will not call bn extra sessionof the Legis lature for the consideration of the coun ty unit bill and the temperance people had just as well let him alone WAYNE county Ind voted wet by a majority of nearly 1000 Wayne was the 13th county in Indiana that has voted on the whisky question and the first to go wet HON HENRY WATTEKSON will make no more public addresses having re tired from public life This is unwel come news to the legion of admirers of the great rnanr POLITICAL Although more than 16000 veter k ansof the Civil War died last year the pension roll increased Hon Hugh Mahin the present representative of Jessamine county has announced his candidacy for reelection The Anti Saloon League law known as the county option billwas over whelmingly defeated by the Minnesota LegislatureJudge H Phillips who has been county judge of Jessamine for 35vears has announced for the democratic nomination again probablylock17 branch pension agencies one of which is located in a approprfaItlonabout eleven and a half millions of dollars was passed by the Senate I The statehood bill admitting Arizona and New Mexico seporately to the Union probably will be brought up for consideration in the House next week James R Dowdell for ten years on the Alabama Supreme bench as an As sedate Justice was appointed Justice vice JohnRTyson resigned The Texas House by a vote of 85 to std defeated the resolution to submit Statewide prohibition to a popula vote The Prohibitionists lacked two votes of a neccessary two thlyds majority Jessamine county democrats will nom mate candidates for county offices by a primary April 10 The Senatorial pri mary will be held the same day All of the threelcandidates for Senator are Jessamine county men Representative Heflln of Alabama has introduced a bill appropriating 100000 for the purpose of sending in to Japan China and other Eastern ceunltries agents who will inquire into relations and urge the use of American cotton goods Representative Swager Sherleys bill amending the national bankruptcy act In important particulars was passed by the House Representative Clayton of Alabama led a minority in a futile ef fort ro repeal tho present bankruptcy law Congress has passed finally the bill to appropriate 50000 or as much thereof as shall be needed for a survey of the Lincoln Way from Washington I to Gettysburg as one of the many methods of honoring the memory of the great President Representative Heflin of Alabama Introduced a joint resolution instructing the director of the census to ascertain from the manufactures of cotton in the United States every 60 days the amount of cottbn that has been purchased and manufarctured during the previous 60 daysThree important election bills were introduced in both houses of the Ten nessee Legislature one of which takes the appointment of election commis sioners from the governor and submits their election to a joint session of the two Houses Another provides for the publication 30 days before election of all election officers CHURCH MATTERS f Rev R R Noel Is holding protract ed meeting at Flat Lick Pulaski coun ty Mrs J V Logan of Danville has gone to Korea as a missionary of the Presbyterian church Two missionaries took steerage pas sage to their port in the Bahama Is lands in order to practice humility and travel as Christ would have done MATRIMONIAL The records show that 500000 cou ples have been married in Chicago in 38 years Hanley Bohon of Harrodsburg and Miss Katherine Cluke of Nashville will be married in March Dont drugS 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 Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test it and sec I Soldbr Pen nys Drugstore REDUCED RATES VIA QUEEN CRES CENT ROUTE To New Orleans and Mobile Tickets on sale February 17th to 22nd inclusive Return limit March 1st with extension privilage March 13th 1909 For particulars ask Ticket Agents or address H C King G P A Lex ington Ky One of the drivers of the trains on the Berlin elevated railway which col tided on Sept 26 last resulting in the death and injury of many people was sentenced to 21 months imprisonment The other driver was acquitted Col CorkrIghtMajuh Bludd had some trouble with a nigguh last night didnt ho suh 7 Col GoreNo sub He just shot the nigguh thats allPuck A Winchester bank has filed suit in the Brcatbitt circuit court against the estate of the late Judge James Hargis for 20000 on two promisory notes giv en by him about a year ago A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store The record for hanging will be established at Baton Rouge La next Friday when tight men will be hanged at the state prison All will be hanged at tho same time I I One bad thing about paste jewelry Whats that 7 I CityTimesI Eight thousand people witnessed the launching of the big battleship Dela ware at Newport New VaIAN average crowd was in town nt court yesterday and business generally I was eoodi FOR SALE I I war boiler and engine find iwmill for sale Will sell either or both OH AS KNSSLIS Ottcnhelm Ky Poatofflce Wnynesburg Ky B D CARTERi Now Llvorv Streetf06- 8TANFOfcDKENTUCKY CONCRETING IWo are In position to do nil kInd of concreting as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from n house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly Dud guarantee nrtclawork and material Coil and got our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky SEEDS Wo ship best quality fold and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale pricesWe sell clovers grasses seed oats seed corn coos seed millet cow pcaisoja beans p0Into beans garden peas all garden Held and flower seeds land plaster and fertilis ers Wrtto us for prlcos and samples Htato what you want NAHlIVILLKBREItOO 216 Nashville Ttnn Notice to Contractors S Stanford Ky Jun 11000 the Fiscal Court of Lincoln county Ky Invite sealed pro posals for tho erection and completion of anew county court house on tho square In the city of Htanford agreeable to tans and specifications prepared by Architects Frank P Mllburn t Co Washington D0lisns will ix on file 11 h the Archl tects and with IheCountr Clerk atHtanford Each Contractor will with his bid a certified check mtide payable to J H Ows ley County Judge for Viu as evidence of good faith on his part and 1f his bid Is ac cepted that he Into contract at once and give nn acceptable guarantee com panys bond payable to the county for W per cent of the contract price for the faith fill performance of the contract The con tractor will be paid M per cent as the work progresses retaining S per cent until final completion be sealed and filed with the- Countvolerk2norbefore 10A x February The Fiscal Court reserves tho right to re ject any or all bids J H OWHLYJIt County Judge OKOIU1E UOOOlKKCHerk PUBLIC SALE Wo will nt public auction at 10 oclock sharp o- nTUESDAY FEB 9 1909 at the O T Wallace farm near Point Leav ell Garrard following personalty Oneiourtnrolll combluetl gelding l good brood and work mare 1 yearling filly by Nnboth Jr 4 EXTRA WORK MULES- all It hands high three of which are mares 2 extra Jersey milk cows 6 years old 1 year ling Jersey heifer 1 share In Lancaster creamery 1 wagon buggies sot black smith tools tanning toots OJ chickens Householdand Kitchen Furniture Terns mode known on day of tale HIIKAUKU llltOS Lancaster Ky- A M Bourne Auctioneer Mahony Rank- inINSURANCI3 Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the lending companies of tho world represented n with Losspaylog suit In the history of this agency tosses promptlypaid and without discount No waiting CO days for your money Before In suring call o- nMAHONY G RANKIN- The Insurance Men of Stanford Stop That Cold To check or Qrlppo with PreTentlct means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with Pmentlai Is safer than to let It run and be obllred to cure It afterwards To be sure Pre venucs will cure even a deeply seated bat taken earlyat the sneeze stagethey break or head off these early colds Thats surely better called PrerentlcsPnveanysntattle Candy Cold Cures No Qnln Ine no phjilc nothing sickening Nice for the chi drenand tboroabl safe too If you feel chilly If you sneeze ityou ache all over think of ITaventlcs Promptness may also save half your usual sickness And dont fonret your child 11 there Is feverUhness nlihtor day Herein prob DIy lies rerentlcs greatest efflclencr Bold In- C boxes for the pocket also In 25o boxes of 48 Prtrentlcs Insist on your druggists giving y- ouPrcvcntics PENNYS DRUG STORE a If You Want To Crow Corn Alfalfa hogs and cattle come to Butler Co Send for list of Improved tarps Address J K WKBT Augusta Kas MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No O F A A M will meet In stated communication on each not sad third Monday nights of each month nt 730 oclock In their hall on Main street Stanford Ky Member of sister lodges ore fra ternally invited to be present U L Penny WMT W PmnlngtonBec NOTICEI Notice U hereby given that all Lincoln I county tends of series 11 Issued March 1WO redeemable In IB years with privilege of I lit pailIretlnt lou to lIank and that Interest on sauna will stop SliIDJThIs HlurchNEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I have opened n blacksmith nod general repair shop at my home the old tollgate property on the Mtanford pike near flue and ask w stiuro 0 public pa I troimge PAULJESRNllustonv111oKyPos whose names appear below strictly torbiui bunting tuning or any kind of tres passing on our places und will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of tho law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mottle White P W Carter lien P Martin M K Lawrence Tlnsley Hpoonamor JH Hocker JM Pottus T A nice Halloo J Li Holtzclaw HastyItMrsJK Pulllam Messer A Paxton Mss U LJames N Cash JNevluCarterM II Mrs Jan llalnes nOorpenterTllOnlalltrlll LThontpsonMMlsx Mottle llewvs Itelcbenbach Ilroi Fred Itaurnann A T Trnylor Illtmrn Oooch N H Plummvr NunnelleyJJ K Bruce I + vldHtevens JohnOamenlicb WmCordler lan M D Elmore OotllbOllck Fed llandorf JJThompson 1111 Anderson J K Moser Mr anti Mrs Jas II End A Klbasa Mrs N J 1 1 ortun IolflnWItev Father Leo DGO1Perry11 WUnlnetMIIIIu1bmnn Mrs Margaret Oooch Jacob lander leoOllvuni W HTraylor Ham llohvrts John Jufer t Amend Schaefer M JMofmann- K T Ileasley A IL Matheny UwslcyMHT Harris It O Wntkln- sJC llunUluy IL H Crow Mrs Nannie H load U K McClure Anderson Carr Anton Itonccker VanOruenlganT CarpenterW HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The journall BOTH ONE YEAR FOR II ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not beard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things cleao In nil things U Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COUHIEROUHNAL one fear and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to uspot tc the Courler Jour- gaCommissioners Sale I Boyle Circuit Court K M 11111s Administrator IMalntlff vs amos Hlllutc Defendant Iursuant to a Judgment of sale herein rcn tiered at the January term 11W of the Iloyle Hrcult Court the undersigned Commission erwlll on TUESDAY KKBHUAHY Id 1WS At or about the hour of S oclock p M In front of the storehouse on the lands here natter described In JrenChersVlliolLIncolncounty Kentucky test nt public outcry the following described realestate towlt That certain tract of land situated In Lin coIn county State of Kentucky on the wnt ers of Dix and In the village of 1reach leading froti- lancastertollrsbOrchard and consisting of dwelling house u store house und about Ji acres of land and being snore particularly described and bounded us follows towltt Beginning In the center of tho turnpike thence n now line NICI degrees ULUbf poles to a stake corner to JH Pettus thence with Inoof IertusHWK degrees KtH8 poles ton stake In the North ode of the County road thence with the said road H UTdegreea W III poles H2 degrees W 370 polos H n degrees Khpolen H 70 degrees W UJl pointinwith line of church lot und inyiia N UK de grees K7 W 77 poles to center polesthence with center of pike N84 degrees U1621 ales N K degrees W M a poles to the beginning and contalii lug t95i acres and being the snmo tract of laud conveyed to FJt Hill deceased b M llntchlns by deed of record In the An coin County Court Clerks olllce Bald real estate and Improvements will Ixi sold as n whole upon it credit of six and 12 months equal payments for which lands will be given payable to thu Commissioner bearing Interest from unto of sale until paid at the rate of 0 per cent per nnilum with approved personal security to be approved COIum loloner IInd said bonds the force and effect of a Judgment tad to retain n lien on said lands sold- The mount to be raised by this sale Is es coslH the sum of j6ar1o It McDOWKLL- UOM B yU Olrcmlt Ceara- S BACBY AtUraty k oJir DRY ftT1F- or Less Moneyi I I Hocker Bootees you all know them leather linedlfrom top to toe one dollar off the I pairnow 400 Honest Mike Boots the oldfashioned tanned leather always soft 75 Centsoff the pair now 325 The Standard the best hightop ever made one dollar less than regular price now 400 Storm King one of J T Woods best 10inch high top shoes double lined now 325 been 400 all the season Honest Mike high toplkip shoes reduced from 400 to 300IBoys high top tan a goodone worth 350 1 every day 5 in the year but now 250 to close Of course these are x Cash Prices + Dont ask us to charge them 4 H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY tJCIEri E E f ac m I mt1 J I m i In Great Variety of Styles and Prices 4 mJS1 n xjGenerally mJ mmrBS BBBBBBBB 17EB1 PiTsf Wafonal fllankt I iStanforctf JtyO- rfantxict S32 Capital Stock SSO 000 Surplus and ftWWoW Profits f OOIJ JFfas paid in Dividends sinco Oryanfaatton 21 500rmule 9out jfceounts on Our Wienr tOFFICERS J S Hocker President S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeep r DIRECTORS I F Reid J II Daoghman M D Elmore J M PettusaH C Haughman J F SrT Harris Jno W B OBannon J S CumminstC E Highest Market Prices Paid For I Eggs Hides Furs Hens 9 to 9 l2c- Roosters J 4 to 4 12cyChickens 9 to lOcIDucks 8 to 9c t Geese 6 to 6 l2c- Turkeys I 1O to 12c Scrap Iron Guineas 2 Per Dozen Rubber y- t H NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky I t I I oIipa f1F 9 Cents For an Extra Special Vnluo in Corset Cover Embroidery The regular price is 25c As lung ai this lot lasts at only lOo per yard a t I 1 1 KY iThe Interior Journal N STAMFORD KY frai 0 1900 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store bargains In Box- Paper t- oSOME very hut the supply Is Alto Ice them Drug Store PERSONALS I MR JOIN B HIGGINS Is critically ill Mlt J R POWELL went to Brumfleli SundnyIJ M MCCARTY Is rhcu mntlamJ STONE camo up from Louis l yule to vote MR WILLIAM CURTIS visited Loxlng friends met week 1ton ALUE YANTIS of Lancaster Is Miss Bcsslo Yentis BORN to tho wlfo of W M Duncan a sonW M Duncan Jr A J GOOCII came over from Vor tallies to the burial of his nephew MR HORACE BROWN of New Albany Ind was hero last week on business I MIss ORA Poon of Garrard hoe been the guest of her sister Mrs Ed Bal 4lard PEARL COLLIER of Crab Orchard was the guest of Miss Mario Ma ony Mils J S OWSLEY returned Satur dsy from B visit to her parcnta at FranklinMiss BAN LANIER of MonUcello Is tho attractive guest of Miss Anna Chancellor MRS SUSAN YEAGER left today for PitUburg Pa to visit her sister Mrs J E Johnson MRS CHARLIE GARNER and children left a few days ago to visit her elate In Knoxvilloi and wlfo ofMR E W PERKINS 1 Garrard were guests of Mr and Mrs I J C Eubanks I PROF S D KESNER of Clarksburg 1w Va was here last week to see a pretty girl I Miss SARA BAUCIIMAN of Stanford Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Shelton I M Saufley Frankfort Journal i MRS P E KEMP and children of 1 Anniston Ala visited DrT W Pen nington and Miss Amanda GOGgin JOHN M CARTER and wife have mov ed up from Louisville and ho will help run his store on Halls Gap 4Mu AND MRS A J OVERSTREET of attended the burial of tho J latter brother Mr John Z Spoona more MR OSCAR BROWN of Somerset is assisting James F Brady In Sam Uoblnsons store during Mr Rahonay moon MRS MARTHA MYERS of Stanford Is witli her brother W tV Drown who remains qulto sickCasoy County NewsSATURDAYS Courier Journal contained a picture of handsome Mrs Ernest I L Woods of Paint Lick She was Miss Panthea Royston JUDGE M C SAUFLEY left Saturday i for Salycrsvillc MagolTm county to hold another special term of court This is tho judges fifth term there Miss MARY D CARTER who suffered stroke of paralysis while teaching In 1 In Iowa School for the Deaf is now I t at home She will not return to Iowa ithis year LOCALS k OT1IIy French cleaned Cook fIFyou want good meat call on Wil klnson Lutes Phone 47 t CIRCUIT COURT begins Monday and the docket for It Is in the hands of tho f printer r PASSION PLAY at Waltons Opera t House tonight Admission adults lOc- I t children Cc LOST In Stanford on Saturday night n pair of gold spectacles in a caso W P Robinson l MY hemp house Is full to Its capacity- I I can not receive any moro hemp this week E P Woods TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Chris J tian church will bo held with Mrs W P Grimes at 2 oclock Friday after poor SEE the great Passion Play in moving Opera House tonight r pictures at Waltons Tuesday Admission adults lOc t ckildna iet t 5 0 NEXT Sunday Is St Valentines day REX coal is guaranteed Try it Denham Bros r HAVE you tried that good Rex coal yet You can find it at Ocnhami yard NEW line of spectacles Eyes tested free at the Now Stanford Drug Cos store I FOR SALEA 15horso power portable engine and boiler J It Powell Stanford FOR all kinds of fresh meats phone 178 and have it sent to your house J L Mecks 4 INCUBATOR and three brooders fot sale in good condition Mrs E P Woods Stanford 4t ALL board bills atSt Asaph Ho tel must bo settled at the end of each month Farris Hardin St TUB Moonshiners Daughter Is booked to appear at Waltons Opera House Friday night Feb 2G a ALL accounts duo tho estate of M Hardin deceased must bo setttcd at onco Mrs Bosslo M Hardin extx 3t FASHION decreed tho Merry Widow hat must go and ono that looks like an Inverted lower pot is to tako Its place J lh POWELL the planing mill man has bought an 18horso power gasoline engine and will use it In the placo of his steam engine IF you have a bad drawing flue or a sick stove try neXtA guarantee remedy Denham Droa Yards at Stanford and Rowland JACOBS HARRIS theMcKinney monument men have dissolved partner ship and Mr Jacobs will continue the business at tho old stand r E FRED BAILEY has sold his stock of general merchandise at Maywood to lames and Logan Stephenson who will continuo the business at the old stand Mr Halley will likely go West MR P W Wnirpnformer citizen of this city but now of Stanford in the mug business was down hero ono day last week and says Stanford is a grand town and the people are kind even to a Casoy boy Liberty News WE desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their goodness to us in tho illness and death of our husband and father May the Lord bless them for what they did for him dnd us Mrs John Z Spoonamoro and family r a FOR SALELot of nice pure bred Plymouth Rock Duff Orpington Black Langshan and Silver Laced Wyandotte cockerels Will have lot on street Feb ruary county court day in Stanford and Lancaster Mrs W P White Stanford It F D No 4 St PASSION PAYAt Waltons Opera louse tonight Tuesday the great Passion Play will bo given In moving pictures There are over 2000 feet of tho pictures and it takes about H hours to show them This will prove a most interesting entertainment and Bible stu dents will doubtless bo glad of tho opportunity of witnessing it Admission lOc for adults and 6c for children Tim departmentrules that tho snail boxes on tho rural routes bo long to the govornment even if the farmer does pay for them and that they must not be used by any one to deposit bills in unless tho bills pass regularly through the malls Any person violat- Ing this law is liable to a heavy fine for each offense It looks like the gov rnment ought to furnish these boxes if it lays claim to them PORTERMrs R L Porter died at her homo on tho Lancaster pike Friday of a complication of troubles aged 68- Tho burial occurred in Buffalo cemetery at 2oclock Saturday after services at tho grave by Rev D M Walker Mrs orter who was a daughter of tho lato lugh Logan Is survived by her husband a daughter and two sons and in heir great loss much sympathy is felt for them Deceased had been a memo ber of tho Christian church since a mere girl and was a truly good wom m- ShQ was married to tho man who is now bowed down with grief over 45 years ago and their home life has been an ideal one A model wife and moth or has gone to her her reward may her pleadid lift be eauIaUd f r 10 Centsti For extra good quality Hamburg Edge 9 inches wide This would sell in a regular way for 15c to 2icTliie special price is fur this lot as long as they last SEVERANCE 8c SON STANFORD WE make a specialty of pleasing particular people Try our Rex coal Wo guarantee it Denham Bros FOR SALE OR RENT Tho Warne store houao on East Main Street Apply at onco to W K Warner 1 EXTRA values In wagon bridles and wagon breeching also full stock of fencing and garden tools George D Hogper r ALL persons having claims against tho estate of James Mlvin deceased are requested to file seine properly verified with the administrator before Feb 20 1909 T J Hill Sr admr Tile Ladies Aid Society of tho Bap I tat church of Crab Orchard will hold a Church Fair on Saturday Feb 13th over Robert 1 Edmistons storeroom beginning at 9 oclock in tho morning Refreshments will be served Attend and help the laudable enterprise TilE thelateJohn F Cash on Danville Avenue is for sale private ly The resldcnce is largo commodious and in good repair There aro 29b acres in tho lot For further particulars call on II C Baughman at tho First Na tional Bank or James N Cash Tur nersville CARD OF THANKS desire to ex press our sincere thanks to our many friends for many acts of kindness in ministering to our dear departed son in his long illness and will ever hold them in grateful remembrance for their words of condolence and sympathy Mr and Mrs Lilburn Gooch GOOCII Elijah Gooch aged 23 died after a protracted illness at his home in the Gilberts Creek section Sat urday evening and was buried Sunday after services at tho church by Elds J G Livingston and F M Tinder De ceased was a son of Mr and Mrs Lil burn ffooch and was an exceptionally good young man Ho was a twin and his brother James and ho very much resembled They were a devoted pair and ho and the other members of tho family are almost crushed by their loss May Ho Who death all things well help them in their dark hour of trouble LANCASTER Jcsao Fox has a patented hemp brake in one of his fields which is said to be doing the work of several hands and doing it properly It is rumored that Senatorelect W 0 Bradley will compliment his homo town by using his influence to locate a hand some government building at this place The old Marrs corner is said to be the proposed site of tho contemplated structure Tho report comes that Dr W S Beazley is quite illof pneumonia at his homo in Los Angeles Cal Tho death of Isaac Arnold occurred at Anderson Indiana and his remains were burled in Lancaster cemetery He wad a native of Garrard county being a son of Henry Clay Arnold SrLan caster Record TilE PRIMARY Thoprimary has como and gone and we aro glad to state that it passed off quietly The candidates and their friends worked like Trojans the irrepressible and irre sponsible floater was pulled and haul ed but the workers kept cool heads and there was no trouble It is claimed by some that men from adjoining counties and other Ineligibles were voted but certainly nothing like that would be done in a family fight Tho weath er was reasonably good and a big voto was polled By 730 Saturday evening it was known who tho successful candi dates were Following is a list of them W S Burch for county attorney J D Swopo for circuit clerk W L Mc Carty for sheriff John C Pepples for assessor Dink Farmer for jailer Goo P Bright for coroner It will bo re membered that Judge J P Bailey for county judge George B Cooper for county clerk Garland Singleton for School Superintendent W H Shanks for Representative James McKechnie for magistrate and I M Bruce for constable In tho Stanford precinct had no opposition andwere nominated bye committee some two weeks ago The returns will be canvassed today and tho official voto will bo given in lour next Issue The majorities aro de cisive in all tho races except that for sheriff which from tho best reports obtainable gives the nomination to Mr McCarty by 20 votes The defeated can didates lire holding up like tho good democrats they are and they will all be found battling against tho common intmy In November 4 NOTHING worthy of mention was dono In County Court yesterday DOGS threesheerepbelonging to David Street of tho East End FOUR rooms in my home on Logan av cnuo for rent Mrs Dun Withers D R DISIION rented the James Pep pies farm of 110 acres for another year at 140 ESCHEW politics for a month or so any way Let us all enjoy a much needed rest COME and get our prices on roofing door hangers etc for tobacco barns W H Higgins WANTED a firstclass farm hand Must como well recommended Dr HughReid Stanford TilE ticket Is not r welldistributed as it might be but it is a good one and- a winner sure and certain MR S D BARTLEY who was hurt in tho wreck near High Bridge last Spring got 1680 in a compromise fron the railroad company Tim moving picture show at Wal tons Opera House is drawing largo crowds each night The Passion Play Is the bill for to night Tuesday Tim creditors of Col T P Hill are notified that their claims must be filed with us as required by law at once P M McRoberts and J B Paxton Exors IN tho Hustonville magisterial dis tract J K Helm was nominated for magistrate over W M Dudderar and Zora P Smith and in the Crab Orch ard district Ward Moore defeated L K dells for the nomination for that of flcoIIOLTZCLAYMrs Louisa Holtzclaw who was so badly burned at her home near Prcachcrsvlllo a week ago died of her injuries Friday and was buried at Lancaster Sarurday afternoon after services at tho Preachersville Baptist church by Revs R B Mahony and J Murray Taylor Deceased was 77 years old and was the relict of the late Elias Holtzclaw She leaves eight children Including Mrs John C Poppies of this place Those who knew her well say she was a most excellent Christian roman 300ACRESOFLANDFORSAL KoHle fnrm on Oreen lllver Onsey county 11111 adjacent IIlInlo road nelghborhOO unil near ichool ISO acres enclosed tillable line tolmcco corn and land reiltluu wood unil well adopted to stocic raising nulnllng It rOil 111 of lino water runs through outhulldlngllrICIIMlddloburg Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form- f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo- a L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I IIrauJundIlnltho Stanford pike Improvements and racing good plenty of water and fruit Also 123 acres of timbered land ono mile Knit of McKlnney fence plenty of water nnd good tobacco Innd See grow ng crop J A GIVI NF Agent McKinncy Ky Moving Pictures AT Waltons T Opera House Every Nigh Change of Pictures Nightly Ad mission tie 5 Cents For good line of patterns of Linen Laces Patterns In tbislut worth lv r and 15c We offer any in this lot for 5c per yard 0 4 4- r IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Embroidery and Laces Just received the largest assortment of Laces and Embroider ics ever brought to Stanford All grades and prices Spring goods are arriving daily and the new firm of Hughes Martin Co solicit your trade promising to keep up the rep utation of tho house that is the very beat goods at tho lowest prices possible consistent with legitimate merchandising We will not handlocheap shoddy goods Como to see us and in spect our Spring goods We are always glad to seo you and show you I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY J Full Stock of Oliver ir i Chilled PLOWS i t f and Repairs II I I 1 WeE Perkins Crab Orchard t Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains iTTp if r T to Date Goods IjI r Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY T 1 + k GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE t To Many Points South and Southeast e Tickets Good Retrnlsg Until May 31st 1909 write for rites end folder B C RUNG CPA 101 E Hats St LtxIntfUn bI I t t N rThe Interior Journal L Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at tuandddti matter L tN TIME TKBLEN- oJlHonthllMP H No cIiHouthl1U A M No It North 440 A M No n North SS7V M No 37 IO LIT A x NoI 265 P x JOS S RICE Agont The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid external use All durggists sell ZFM PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY t Ueildonco Phone 88 Office M Insure with mo and be fully protet te- dAdorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey Bull de scended from a nod unbroken lino 0 the most noted bulls nnd cows on the le- land of Jersey England and America His sire Is ono of tho best bulls ever nnport and Ills dam le B show cow that has gIven belsome Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice He will bo allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own burd tbl year for n feo of 5 each Make engagement before sending cow to lie bred OTTER Telephone 80 Stanford Ic- yN11We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known In case or Ulieumatlsm Salt Rheum Kid ney Trouble and nil diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It In manufactured under the pure food act of June an IIJ and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Remedy I taken according to directions and If he or slie U not benefited by tho us of the Remedy wo will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains l doses with n registered guaran tee and mailing curd with full Inst uctlons We tend it to uny address by noun on re of II per package or six packages for 15 Betterordern box todny In time you might save a big doctors bill Remember If you take the Remedy accord- Ing to Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will no nnd the remedy n drug stores for sale I Is sold only b our duly authorized agents RKUUKN WILLIAMS Agent Wo Euy I FUlRSmdos Wool and Feather Tallow Centra Cruses Celten SetYtUowRO May Apple VUJ Ginger etc Ve se dcslen ouUuhoi in BS6Onr LaU a century in LoWniIcallda do better for you thin Ignu of eotaroinion iocrchau Reference say Bui in lad nIIe Write for weepy pace tin sod thiprfal tas Id Snbcl SOn 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KT IIIt Bell ystrnI UndertaKers and Embalmer Also Dealers in FurIniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock GiveIThem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 J Ce McClary I f Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY i OCc Phone 107 HoroePbone 8i t 1 I FARMERS DEPARTMENT IWheat is selling at f110 at Evans vllle Ind J D Eads sold 19 mixed cattle at 22 yesterday J B Foster sold to Bright Fox a mule for 175 J M Cress Hold to James Smith a lot of cattle at 385- WC Shanks sold to S J Bell a Jersey heifer for 75 R S Scudder sold to Ben Bright a pair of mules for 340 FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1903 crop J B Walker Richmond KySFOR SALEOne good milk cow Fresh Mrs Catherine McClary Stan ford Ky EquityQvillo at 18c The mnle market was very active yesterday a number changing hands at 125 to 185 The Imperial Tobacco Co bought 2 000000 pounds of dark tobacco at Paducah at 0 to 7c I have 13 coming twoyearold mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henry Catron R F D No 1 Stanford U T F L Selby of Russell coun ty sold to C P Cecil of Boyle 64 mixed cattle at 4Jc here yesterday- J C Robinson of this county sold on Wednesday to Levi Miller of Tenn 23 fine mules at the average price of 100Beart Mann of Lexington bought of Cay wood Thomas a carload of mules at 170 to 225 J D Booth bought 14 yearling cattle at 430 Frankfort Journal E C Corrigan sold fourfifths inter est in his stallionImp Marta Santa to a syndicate composed of E R Bradley G D Wilson C D Chenault and Gar rett Watts for 4000 STANFORD COURTAt I M Bruces tbatmarket and all were disposed of bu folllowsas4Jc 3 to 4c light cattle 3J to 4jc cows 2I to 3Ic mixed cattle 4c The National Fair Association the largest and most important body of the kind ever organized in the United States was formed at a meeting of representatives of State fair official- sat the office of the Ohio State Board o Agriculture at Columbus- L R Atkinson and W P Patterson bought 100 barrels of corn from James Moberley at 350 Richard Gentry bought five work mules from L P Yandell Monday for 1000 and anothe- e from J C Caldwell at 215 Levi Miller bought 21 coming 2yearolds and a lot of broke mules hero Monday a from 90 to 163 He paid 325 for one pair Harrodsburg Herald Steeli doc tors to Mrs M K Fisher Detroit Mich sulerin from severe reel aI trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis euro Constipa tion Headache 2oc at Pennys Drug- Store Mr Roosevelt has been offered 10 000 a week to head a wild west show says a dispatch Teddy is a whole show himself and it would be a useless expense to carry cowboys buffalos broncho busters and the like if his services could be secured Stanford speaks for an exhibition in the event the president affixes his autograph to a contract The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is fine in flavor and Is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug Store The presidents message vetoing the census bill was read before tho House Its reading was held up several hours for fear that discussion of it might jeopardize the passage of a number of private bills which were entitled to consideration under special order TheI president in his veto message strongly condems the spoils system Foleys Orino Laxative cures consti pation and liver troubloand makes the bowels healthy and regular Orino Is superior to pills and tablets as itdocs not gripe or nauseate Why tuko anything else Now Stanford Drug Co The flood situation in Germany rev suIting from heavy rains and melting snow is still serious Reports of loss of life continue to come from various parts oftho country 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 byI Pennys Drug Store An infant son of Mrs Edna Perkins of Sharpsburg was burned to death by a spark from the grate setting fire to the cradle the little thing was InIRev Dr Henry Griggs Weston president of Crozier Theological Seminary died at his home in Upland near Philadelphia Notice To Contractors Letting Monday rIch It 09 Notice is hereby given that Ias Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday March 1 1009 receive sealed bids for stono and gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county Ky All bids for furnishing hauling breaking nnd spreading stone and gravel must bo sealed and filed with mo on or before 10 oclock A M Monday March 1 1009 at Stanford f Ky and no bids will be received after that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders and contractors will be required to givo bond with surety to bo approved hme for the faithful performance of their contracts and fur all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within tho time and under the condi tions hereinafter mentioned Stanford Danville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites gate 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Mrs Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods of stone or gravel Stanford Rush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford if Lancaster pike Jo Hush Branch 35 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods of Stone or 30 rods gravel Stanford tC Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford itllustonvillo pike to hanging Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville Hustonvillo pike 20 rods gravel Stanford it Milledgevillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford Hustonvillo pike to McCormacks Church 10 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from McCormacks Church to Milledgevillo 10 rods of gravel Stanford Preachcrsvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Wilkersons Branch 20 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Wilkersons Branch to Crab Orchard tS Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Stanford Crab Orchard pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Daughmans gate 40 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Baughmans gate to Bywatcra gate 15 rods of stone or 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Bywaters gate to Crab Orchard 25 rods of stone or gravel Stanford Ottcnheim pike See 1 from Stanford Waynosburg pike to J G Lynns 20 rods of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from J G Lynns totOttenhciin 10 rods of gravel Stanford Dix River Sec 1 from Stanford A Crab Orchard pike to Hadcns Switch 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from lindens Switch to Tray lors lane 30 rods of gravel Same Sec 3 from Traylors lane to Gar rant line 20 rods of gravel Stanford Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Logans lane 20 rods of stone or 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Logans lane to Garrard gravelfburg pike Sec1 from Stanford to Ottenheim piko 15 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Ottenhoim pike to May wood road at foot of Knobs 25 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Maywood road to Carters Store 20 rods of tone Same Sec 4 from Carters Store to Hutchisons Schoolhouse 15 rods of stonetmo Sec 5 from IIutcilin8 School torKingsville piko 20 rods of stone Same Sec 7 from Kingsville pike to 11tCliffs 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 9 from G W Ulifts to Wnynosburg 8 rods of gravel Stanford it Htistonville pike Sec 1 from Stanford tq Cashs Store 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Cashs Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Hanging Fork to Hustonville 10 rods Of steno or 50 rods gravel- Hustonville Cofieys Mill pike Sec 1 from Hustonvillo to Wm Car sons 20 rods of stono or gravel Same Sec 2 from Wm Carsons to Mt Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel Hustonville it Brndfordsville pike whole road 15 rods of gravel Hustonville Danville pike Sec 1 from Ilustouvillo to Black pike 50 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 50 rods gravel Hustonville Carpenters Creek pike 40 rods of stono or aorods of gravelI Hustonville McKinney pike 10 rods of gravel McKinney it Cdfleys Mill piko Sec 1 from South Fork pike to tollgate 20 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from tollgate to Pair place 40 rods of l tone Same Sec 3 from Fair place to Mt Sulom 40 rods of stone Same ScU 4 from Mt Sulem to Casey line Iii rodsof stone McKinnoy it Turnorsvillo piko front McKinney to John Murphy 80 rods of gravel McKinney it South Fork piko 30 rods of gravel Turnersvillo it McKinnoy pike 60 rods of gravel Turnersvillo it JlcCormacks pike Soc 1 fronwTurnorsvillo fjO Sum Holms 8 rude of gravel Same Sec 2 from Sam Helms to 0 Bishops 8rods gravel Same Sec 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick 10 rodaoT gravel Black pike 15 rods of gravel I Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Sec 1 Irma Crab Qr9h to G W Evans place 30 rods stone Same c 2 from Evans place to Garrard line 25 rods of stone 1 i Crab Orchard it Chappclls Gap pike whnlq road 85 rOI 3of slbiio or gravel Danville it Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Lincoln it Boyle pike 5 rods of gravel Kingdvillo it Pleasant Point pike Sec 1 20 rods of gravel Sumo Soc 2 from Casey county rond to Kingsvlllo 20 rOils of gravel Rowland Cut Olf piko 10 rods of gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must be on margin of roador section by Sept 15 1000 All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1001 All metal is to be measured by iho supervisor who may designate when and where it is to be spread All crushed stone must be spread not litter than Jan 1 1010 Allstone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz nnd broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Tho gravel must be clean and flinty and that furnished on McKiuuey it Cofleya Mill pike and Turncrsvillo it McKinney pike trust be from Green River Tho court or its representative may reject any material Rot of proper size quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or crushedThe supervisor reserves tho right to reject any and all bids Blank forms on which bids may be made can be obtained from the County Clerk Copies bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crusher and contractors will bo permitted to use it at 81 per rod S K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County f Clearance Salel 1 All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 11 48 815 Coat now n 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now G 08 820 Suit now 1548 817 CO Suit now 12 48 815 Suit now D l8 812 50 Suits now 8 D8 810 Suit now G 48 87 50 Suit now 4 fl8 85 Suit now 3 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now SO 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now 6 08 i 87 50 Coat now 4 08- S5 Cont now 3 48 i 84 00 High Top Sloes 838 I 83 60 High Top Shoes 82 08 500 heavy fleeced lined underwear 300 Melts Felt Boots Mens nnil Worn ens Rubbers All reduced acconIingly t SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank Bayth- eoLIVERPLow I I IXIJEDIJ J W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky 1- j I rr r the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources V 34Q00000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGttiCASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT JOREtD ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHESTER TELLER II t H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPERrtDIRECTORS J B Owaloy Stanford S lIe Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford Johu 1J Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Him x kin Lancaster J H Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek It L Bubble Lnncaatcr W It Cummins Prcaciiereville Lilhuru Gooch Gilberts Creek n If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky sub scribe for the etucy State Journal f The best Democratic Daily in Kentuckyt Write for price and particulars to W P WALTON 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