You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 9, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909020901_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 9, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tMfrrpto.uiaiwu , -- .!., k4J" The Interiop Journal. VOL. XXXVI. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 0. 1909. HO. 97. , i NEWS NOTES. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. HUSTONVILLE. Dave's All Right. Mrs, I. C. Hull isidead nt Somerset. In Tho Lexington & Eastern Railroad A. J. Adnms, tho tailor, now lias HubtoNVILLE. Fob. 8.- -I noticed Gcorgo Ellis, of tho Ellisburg section has been bought by tho Louisvillo Hail-waUue that thero wcro four Spring wimplca ready. your last of Casey, Is dead nged 06. Co. 0. 0. Itiffc nnd Frank North wcro tombstone men In your town looking Evan Rogers, a prominent business J. Willson Coots, a well.known Shelfor jobs from tho dofciitetl candidates. elected dencons In tho Christian church by county farmer, died suddenly in man of Springfield, died suddenly of tell them they will never Ret mo hero Inst week. I'lcaso acute indigestion. Soma of tho largo school hoys, for Louisville. as Ion as these dear, Rood people, who The Richmond Water & Light Co. has Frank Williams, aged 70, was run ovnow livo here, remain. 1 will bo hero lighting on tho public highway, wcro stronger power than that fined tho limit by n jury In Judge er und killed by an L. & N. train at contracted with Mason & Hanger Co. unless omti Lexington. for a largo reservoir. mentioned In your last, calls me. Theso Wheeler's court. t D. S. Edwards has been appointed Uille and revolver clubs will bo organMiss Mac Losn will move to Dan dear people have always mocm! to me like brother and nru' still my friends ville next week, whero she will open a ized in tho mountains under the nation- postmaster at Rent, Pulaski county; W. E. Gnstfnenu, resigned. bonrditig houie at which she al association. nnd are rendy to help mo nirnln nhould Howard Van Wyke, former Attorney ' The site of the Veranda Hotel nt I call on them. I have been cuiuii ny is an adept at keeping. Tho "ark" of Hits on Mninstreet has General of Wisconsin, died nt Marietta, Lebanon has been selected for tho Govphono by both lady nnd gentlemen ernment building there. friends, republicans and democrats, ox- - been rcpipercd, painted nnd putln first-cla- Ga., of dropsy. Tho Central University basket ball At n dance in Fayette county, Hud condition for keeping house by nrcsslnir rrirret at my defeat. Why White was probably fatally stabbed by team defeated Stato University by a alinntil I not want to llvp for ever villi tho owner. 1). S. Carpenter. In scoro of 37 to 20 at Danville. T. J. Underwood hns sold his farm to somo unknown person. nrh Deonln 7 I want to express my Mrs. Ed Porch, of Somerset, was Tho Northern and Southern Presbyis we will gratitudo to all who hclpod me and will n Mr. Ford at $h0. This Is considered absoinjured by tho apany that my jiolUicnl views arc just tho tho best sale ever made in this end of terian churches of Shclbyville nrc conparatus on her cooking stove. sidering tho matter of consolidation. I). C. Al.LKN, tho county, nil things considered. samo as before. The Alabama law which prohibits the Tom Yeagcr a former citizen of Our city fathers are going to put In Hoxamothylenototramlno system of arc lights that carrying of a pistol less than 21 inches Danville, but now of Canton, Mo., is In an Tho nbovo li tho namo of a (Senium will bo less expensive than those we in length, was declared unconstitution tho city mingling with friends. Advo cate. al. ehemlenl, which It one of tho many linvo and give much better service. Riley Durham, n farmer, aged 55, It would be an appreciated favor by W. J. Ilryan was the principal speakvaluablo Inurctltonl of Foley's KidHoxnmelhyleneUitra- - every rural carrier if their patrons er at the laying of the cornerstone of dropped dead at his homo at Hedge- ney Ilcmrdy. minols recotrnlzed by medical text would put stumps on their letters in tho Y. M. C. A. building at Tampa, villo. Ho moved to Hoylo county from Lexington recently. Fla. books and itulhorltlcs a- a uric acbl stead of pennies in tho box Try it. Gen. Addison White, an aged and Two children died, one in San FrancisTho ban of "no whipping" placed up solvent nnd antiseptic' for tho urine. Tnko.Foley's Kldnoy Itamcdy as soon on the teachers of our graded school by co nnd the other in Kansas City, Wed- prominent citizen of Huntsville, Ala., conof ns you notice nny Irrvciilarltles, nnd the trustees, has been removed nnd the nesday, from tho efTccts of vaccination, is dead in that city. Gen. Whito repof compulsorarly administered. resented this district in Congress in avoid a serious malady Miw man lash will be applied when necessary. Thu floods In Germany caused by sev-- , 1852 Miss Ann Lllis is tho guest of Mrs fonl Drue; Co. Charles Uassett, formerly general John A. Wain. Miss Kate Ulain goes eral days of heavy rains nnd a spell of As an Indication of tho lano crop of to Covington next week for n visit to warm weather arc taking on a serious foreman of the car department of the Hurley tobacco that will bo grown in Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Wolfo und other aspect in many parts of tho country. Queen & Crescent route, had his arm Kentucky this vear. requests are com friends. He was carried Mrs. Hoosevclt and Miss Ethel Koosc crushed nt Oakdale. Inu to the agricultural olllco for seed Sunday service to patrons on star volt will accompany President Rouse to the hospital at Somerset by special from counties in which tobacco has not routes from here to Kidd's store hns velt on histtrip to the Lincoln celebra- train. been grown in largo quantities before. been ordered by tho fourth assistant tion at Hodgenvillo next Friday, ac Mrs. Martha G. Thompson, wife of Theso requests aro coming in largo num- postmaster general nnd service began cording to advices from Washington. Rev. G. W. Thompson, died nt her bers from Greenup arid Carter counties, on Fob. 7th. While dressing to take the train for homo in Garrard county, aged 72 years, Eastern part of tho State, and Cumof after an illness of several weeks, due A large, orderly crowd attended the Walton, Mrs, Willia.n Washburn, berland, Metcalfe and Ilarrcn counties, primnry election here Saturday. The Worthville, Carroll county, exclaimed, to paralysis. Sho leaves a husband, It marshal locked up more men for not "I nm dying," and expired in a few ono son and a number of grandchildren tho State In tho Southern nnrt of is likely that tho growing of tobacco being sober than on any previous elec moments. d Willinm Douglass, the will spread to the mountain counties tion In years. Ten thousand dollars will be paid by son of W. M. Douglass, of Mill Springs, -- Frankfort during the next few years. S 1). Yowell has sold his stock of the New York World to the person who Wayne county, fell and two of his front Stato Journal. hardware, groceries and fixtures to (I. makes the journey from New York to teeth were knocked out. Death enCrlt KitTe, who has tnken possession Albany in an airship or flying machine, sued from exhaustion caused by bleedWashington Once Gavo Up ing which the physicians were unable mechanically propelled. bod for nnd will be glad to have his numerous to Hint) doctors; ua kept In A Greensburg dispatch says: Tho to stop. friends give him n call. fhc veuk. Mood poison from itupiil-i-r'Berry Simpson, Reuben WcBt and Tho Rtock for a bank nt Morelandhas famous burning well, tour miles, east. lilw eaued Urge, deep sores to nhout nil been subscribed nnd a lot und of this city on Green river, has been George Stanley, who were indicted by enter bis leg. Tho doctors failed, then building is being decided.upon. Chilton, belching forth gas with renewed vol tho Federal grand jury at Richmond in "llucklon's Arnica Salve oonipkudy in Casey county, is contemplating the ume since tho earthquake in Italy. connection witli the miners' riot at cured me," writes John Washington, possibilities of n bank. Fire supKsed to have started from Stearns, Whitley county, Chistmasday, bolls of lli)Kiuevtllv, Tex. For crossed electric wires practically de- surrendered to a United States'Murshal Mrs. H. J. Averitt, of Ilradfordsville, burn nnd pile It- Miprcme. '& at is visiting her parents, Mr. and MrH. stroyed tho distillery proper of the at Oneida, Tcnn., and were taken to Penny Drug Storo. near jail at Covington. F. M. Yowell. Luko Carpenter is nt Hernhcim Distilling Company, Sam Uarnes, aged about 17 years and William Loeb, Jr.. secre- home from an extended visit to friends Louisville, entailing a loss of nbout Friends of KENTUCKY. a son of Rov. James Uarnes, died SatJ100.000. nnd relatives in Txas and tho South. tary to tho l'resident, mado urday as the result of a pistol wound A construction train on the A series of special sermons by Rev. statement that he was to become Central railroad ran into a group accidentally inflicted at his own hands. collector of tho Tort of New York. Mr. W. S. Willis will be delivered on the Feb. U, morning: of track walkers near University He was stooping over to get a drink, Loeb, it also is stated, i.i to become tho following dates, confidential jwlitical ndviscr of tho next "Halm of Gilead;" night: "Courago." Heights in tho Hronx borough. Six of when a 15 colts revolver fell from his "Tho Friend of the track walkers were killed and oth- pocket and was discharged, the ball enFeb. 21. morning: President on New York matters. tering the lower part of the bowel, passGod; night: "Drifting." Everybody ers injured. Pnoumonla Follows LaGrlppo is invited. Good music. The Germnn navy is experimenting ing through tne body and lodged against He lived about 21 I'noiiinonia often follows la grippe A petition to the Casey county grand with acetylinc shells, which ignite on tho spinal column. but never follows thu use of Foley's jury, Bigued by numcrou residents and touching water and take tho place of hours. Mt. Vernon Signal. Honey and Tar, for la grlppo cough travelers on and near the Middlehurg searchlights. Each is constructed to A Middlcsboro dispatch says: A deal whereby nnd deep seated eoldfc. lMuso any pike from Mt. Salem to Alex Hicks' burn with 3,000 candlo power for a has just been consummated the controlling Interest in tho Pinnacle but the genulim In tho yellow package, residence nuking that the supervisor bo period of three hours. Now Stanford Urug Co. The. homo of Mrs. Frank Lathrop, Printery, publishers of tho Middlcsboro indicted nnd fined for "incompetency nnd neglect" in not putting the road in near Hrentwood, Ark., wns burned nnd News, which was owned by Dortch her two sons, William and Frank, aged Campbell, passed into the possession of proper condition to travel nn. of Tho Indies auxiliary to tho C. W. U. 15 and '25 years, respectively, nnd Mayor E. S. Hclburn, C. P. Cunningwith Mrs. George Hurris, u young man who hart ham and Postmaster W. H. Turner. M met Thursday evening UufiH l.ipps. A good attendance and been visiting at the house, were burned Tho Middlesboro Record will bo consolStjjSyyfjMf J, lt . f, in. Caihiif son " I il flrt- - to sell privately in .lock of idated with thu Middlesboro News ns much enthusiasm wns in evidence. Mrs. to death. Hardware. iMitiw a good nnd will be published llliind Mallard, n member of a promi- the Ileuso- n- Katheriue lloeker conducted the meetWill inwilee ntxiul Jl. III health. ing In her usual happy way. After the nent Louisvillo family, committed sui- weekly. ir.O. i.HOI'l'l- It.HlHiilnnl, K). o A Pinctrillo special says: Richard cide by shooting near his homo at Lake collection u tender, loving prayer was given in memory of their fib- - Forest, III. He was a eon of tho late Blanton, a farmer, was waylaid nt Layis Curable Eczema scientific preparation foi sent treasurer. After services, the has-te- Judge Hlnnd Mallard, nnd was widely man, east of here. Twelve shots were ZEMOi external use. Steps itchinr; instantb served chocolate und cake and ut known as an athlcto and sportsman In fired from ambush, two charges passand destroys the ..germs that cause skir each plate was n souvenir card with his younger days. ing through Hianton's body. His liorso . .11.1. mflmAm nnd l t uiseases- - r. bsmhm wimij The result of the second ballot taken was shot from under him and ho walkby members permanently cured by this remarkable questions to be answered mtiuiwii. familiar with "missionary tidings." All Thursday in the United Mine Workers' ed a long distance to his homo before medielnt. ah uruRgisn. pie. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St.Louls,Mo acquitted themselves creditably nnddis convention lor the election of n vice collapsing. Oiliccis declare that the secretary-treasure- r nnd trouble is an outgrowth of tho bloody l'enny's Drug Store. persi d with highest encomiums for the president thoughtfuhiess of their geniul hostess, bhowed that F. S. McCullough. of Hay battle which was engaged in last Aui, City. Mich , was elected vice president gust over thu school election nt The Joseph Prico Sanatorium, and in which Richard Blanton, and Edwin Perry, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, Soulier Balks Death Plot. Htrn-t- , North Sherman Blanton and thu Taylors be It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war was elected secretary-treasure- r. Dispatches to Dun's Review Indicate came engaged in a general shooting af Stanford, Kontucky. Kemp, Tex., that, ti plot veteran, of between u desperate lung trou- progress is somewhat slow hut well frav. Rev. John Blanton was shot to the i:e, No.e, existed I'or Treatment of Ile-.seble und thu grao to cause his death. sustained in all lines of tradu and in- death at that time and three bystand rlimry. Itcclal Tliri-.it- . I.ur, XcnoiMH) stem nmlMirtir. "1 eontraeted u bttihliuru cold," ho dustry. One encouraging feature is ers wcro dangerously wounded. wrltPi, "that dui eloped a eough that the largo volume of construction work full Kiver; u money Range to Life. Clothes stuck to mo, In splto of all remedies, contemplated or under contract in- A Tho Secret of Loner discovered thoKLKCTUIC;UANOK'5 linoTho select frombuy; we will appreciate u maker; When call. ami of liet baker. A largo French sclentUt has' weight ran down to 130 most sections of tho country and plans for jears My taken hj a tailor of Idiveyonr municipal improvements aro also ono secret of long life. His method 1 Wguu to ine Dr. for low pounds. Then Then jourclothe, deals with tho blood. Ilutf long ago price business mil or tli llncst evi.iilni: Klng'n New Dlseoery, which restored extensive in seVeral directions. Iumh Unit liidlildunllty niul- Jll clothes, will millions of Americans had proved I i llit-now tfelgh wore miuli- to my health completely. which pliiluly liulli-iitiFoley's Honey and Tnr clears tho r.leetrlo Hitters nrolougs life and measure. 1 Mill ol.it liiki- - lour mens- - 178 pounds " For bevcro Colds, ioiir (or No. 5 lsl acres mllolnlnu tin) ithoH furnm ets, top uro ctru trousers, funcy iniersniii Control Kentucky 1(U acres 111 cultivation. Dwelllun oMroums; toiittitiiil otert'outa. Coughs, Hemorrhages, Abth air pasbuges, stops tho irritation In makes It worth living. It purities, enliooil Uiru und other uutbullilliiKs; nice or- our pick oil bund ruidy lor Soothes the ltillamed riches und vitalise tho blood, rectiuril. ttueof the best sprliiKs In the counmo, und to prevent 1'ncumonla it's tho throut. II. O. IUiri.KY.Tiiv Tailor, ty, l'rleo 1.1,100; hull cash, buluuco I uud t Htun'oril, Ky. yturs. unrlvuled. f0o und $1. Trial bottlo meinbraues, and tho mont lobstlnuto builds wutited nervo colls, Imparts life acres adjoining farms No. 4 nnd No. OunranU'yd by l'enny's Drug cou,jh disappears. Soro und lutlamed' mid tone to the entire svtom. ltsl a free. r, In 5. lWucres liiculttwitlon, Uilum-lungs uruhenlcd and strengthened, and godsend to weak.'slek nud dobllltatud (lood v. bite ouk, hickory nnd some line ! Storo. kixmI cednr. lias 1k liuie amiH,um. orchtho cold Is expelled from tho system, people "Kidney trouble hud flighted ard; ell HUteriHl. Uush price, & TITLE CO., Tho report that William Jennings lluftibo unv but tho genuine In thu vel- - my llfo for months," writes W. M. neur Muretsbtirtt, Ky.. IJo Uryan was Injured in an automobile low puekugo. New Stanford Drug Co Sherman, ofCushlng, Mo, "butJKleo-tri- o acres In cultlutlou. Hood ilwelllni? house, Tim safest, surest und most Wuyiwsliuri! plUe, burn and ueresxury outbuildings, lluu water I ;io. oucr wreck near Tarpon Springs, Fla , Sat Hitters cured mo entirely" Only lii'ttr IllKliluiul.C-rooii- on Hi'house, Uiru lor tlii) lulum l policy In and school, church und It. It. station, l'rlce, i James Hancock, a miner of Pulaski 6Qe. ut Penny's Drug Store. urday night, turns out to ho u rank Tills priiptr-t- y fl,&u;(cah, bulaiiieliioueand tuojeurs. Is iiiircliurcli und sclioo.iouj Is Hull No. s sit acres, lu'iirOonway, Ky.; nrnrly The Mutual Benefit Life fake. Mr. Uryan gavo his lecture, county, wus arrested by a united Kortlitliuiirlco. II.SJH. ull ol thin tu r m Is bottom laud, lino (or corn Miss Emily Mason, agcd'J4 years, No. S KVi uerts, 3 miles Koutli or Onili and meadow; ery good dwelling house ;uew "Tha I'rinco of Peace," to a packed States marshal on n charge of riding on Insurance Co. 011 tliu Htitte road, Ims u burn and other buildings; on county roud.n mnuiige. house at Jacksonville, and stamped the another man's railroad pass from Ken- a direct descendant of tho distinguished liousu.cooU Uirii.urcluiril unil IswellvMiler It Is conspicuous (or miles (rum Her en C'ollvge, Ousb prlcu, llherullty of Its policy coiitriicts, liilr report as untrue. He said he was en tucky into Tennessee. This is believed colonial family of Masons of Gunston-hal- l, I'UjiilKMil luo notes ol tills lumt l IxJltOlll deullug with Its iiicmlwriuiid Imgu returns niul produces line oops. A Uirgutnat lima No. rtU acres on DrtiLe's Creek, 3 miles who us tho first Confederate nurse $l,."J; J,cuU, lnlunco luoiioiuiJ tvoeurs. to be thu first arrest in thu South under joying perfect health. to policy holders. udjolns the from Drab Oi chard. This farm K.miiis Is Just entering thu Tliu an Interstate Commerce Commission won renown by ministering to tho No. 8 US iicres on Illicit Creek, nenr farm. plUe and Is a part of the Deo. lioiue, uuru niul otlif r This Is line laud aud lu good condition; all ruling regulating tho usu of passes. SIXTY FOURTH YEAR 'Why is it that men have such an Union soldiers In Llbby prison, is critplenty o( nU'r. Uuslt price, IV necessary buildings, 'litis Is u burguln at successful business cureer Willi mora itching for olfico T" ol a (do per acre. Provcutlcs--thospolicy holders In Lincoln county thiin e Candy Cold Cure ically ill of paralysis at her homo at duo. 4 lWuores, nenr (Ireen, No. tfo. 10 Ti acres, neur Htnnford, Ky., In combined. Wrlto lor nil oilier companies ugenud "I suppose it is because most of them Tablets will safely and quickly check Washington. county, Ky. Tills furtii Ims u new nice shape, w 1th ull iiecessury bulldlngs.etc, Mother iuar luirtlculurs.stntlnic story Iruumuousu, would cost to bullU now can bo liought worth tliemotiey. have to. scratch so long for a living." rletl or single to tu., locuud neur fj.uu; good burn, crib, oall colds und tho Grip, Trjthein m KWIaN H,t.tf,B, A,, particulars In regard to all tha A wmuniuriii in miaaiaaiyiJi, For und school. 'Hits Is u nice Myers llouso Flats, Htuiifurd. Sold by Penny a and Alabama cauied 12 deaths uuuim church bought lor W per ncre, H home uud above full seo or write 1.. It. Hughes or cash; farms, and a can Im A camel can carrv a load thrice tho once uud see I, WJitte. (or James Hi It months. James I. White, Htuntord.Ky, loss. weight of a horse's capacity. Drug Store. big property Uockcustle Oo. Hollcltor y AT flnt-clns- s COST. Winter Goods, sisting ss water-heatin- order to make room for our Spring stock which arriving daily, sell at lutely Cost for the next - 30 DAYS. Our stock M three-year-ol- Overcoats, Heavy Suits 'Of or Men and Boys, Underwear. Heavy Shoes, Felt Boots, MEN'S SUITS, sizes 34, 35 and 36, $7.50 to $10 RVALUES. Choice, $3. TERMS STRICTLY OASH. .) .1 " k si Cummins & Wearen, Si , I STANFORD, New-Yor- k 1 :.; Stock Merchandise for Sale. issw"sWyf" i. Imsl-TTi-- News-Recor- tier-vic- Lay-min- Ijiiu-iinti-- r of s, Ordering GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. liisH-ctlo- Real Estate Exchange -sil Safeguard the Future tliu-lie- ssi Sf No.7-i')ncr- es safe-guu- n two-stor- y nit-ii- o Hock-rustl- !48-25- c. . w I-'- .. sWk-- . rWHf.wrnt'W "TTrsjpj" or The Interior Journal. CC WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN, fit Mercer county. n candidate for Com iiionwcalth'a Attorney of thin, llic 13th in dlrlnl iiutrlct, subject to the nctlon of the democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., Inn candidate for circuit Judge of this, the ):tth district, subject to the notion of the Democratic pnrty. 1 M. C. 8AUFLEY a candidate for circuit Judge of loin, the Mth Judlclnl district. subject to the action oj the Democratic pnrty. ! Democratic Ticket. Kor HtatcHenator, R. L, HUBBLE, of Lincoln county, Kor UcprcscntntUc, u W. H. SHANKS Kor County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY Kor County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER Kor Huperlntendent of Hchoott, GARLAND SINGLETON Kor Jfnglstrnto Htnnfonl District, JAMES McKECHNlE A DILL was introduced Saturday in the House by Representative Voistcad, of Minnesota, which provides a pension of $12,000 annually for every President after he leaves the White House. No duties will be required of tho 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 stftuld accept the office of United States Federal office. Senator or any-oth- 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 t constitutional amendment after a majority of democrats had declaredfor it in the primary will be a all election officers. distinct advantage to the cause of prohibition when the fight comesup again. CHURCH MATTERS. Chinese will leave Brooklyn for China to find their last resting places. The bodies of the dead Celestials were disinterred 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. 5,000 I FOR The District of Columbia ppropri- tton bill, carrying an aggregate of, power. boiler and engine find saw about eleven and a half millions of mill for tiile. Will sell either or both. I CllA. K.MHIX, Ottenhelm, Ky. dollars, was passed by the Senate. fottofflce, Wayncsburg, Ky, Tho statehood bill admitting Arizona ' to tho and New Mexico sepcrately Union probably will be brought up for consideration in the House next week. James R. Dowdcll, for ten years on New Liven tho Alabama Supreme bench as an AsDepot Street, sociate Justice, was nppointed Chief Phone 90. Justice, vico John R. Tyson, resigned. The Texas House, by a vote of 85 to STANFORD KENTUCKY. 41, defeated tho resolution to submit State-wid- e prohibition to a popular vote. Tho Prohibitionists lacked two s majorvotes of a nccccssary ity. Jessamine county democrats will nominate candidates for county offices by a We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting, such n lllock work, i'nvements primary April 10. Tho Senatorial pri- nnd. In fact, we cnli mnke any thing from n fence pott. We homo mary will be held the same day. All vim down ton mul iriiiirnfilA can tone first. ctns. r,iintlv Of the thrcc.candldates for Senator aro work and material. Cnll nnd Ret our price llYlurv 3 uu vuj jiiui iiinu'i in, ni ini.it Jessamine county men. Representative Hcflln, of Alabama, has introduced a bill appropriating Stanford, Ky. $100,000 for the purposo of sending Into Japan, China and other Eastern countries agents who will inquire into trade relations nnd urge the use of American cotton goods. Representative Swagcr Sherley's bill amending the national bankruptcy act in important particulars was passed by the House. Representative Clayton, of We ulilp best quality Meld nnd garden Alabama, led a minority in a futile ef- seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices. fort ro repeal the present bankruptcy Wo sell clovers, grasses, seed oats, .ceil corn, enno iced, millet, cow pcus.sojn U'nns, law. , peanut, seed potntoei, cabbage plnntf, nnd tomnto slip., onion set, garden Congress has passed finally the bill beans, garden pom, nil kind garden, field to appropriate $50,000 or as much there nnd llnwer need. Innd plaster nnd fcrtllls-er- . of as shall be needed, for a survey of tthut Write. u for price und .ample. (state jou mnt. the "Lincoln Way" from Washington NAHII VILLK HKK.ll CO., I5 Second Ave., North. Gettysburg, as one of the many to KnshTllle, Tenn. 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 GO days the amount of cottbn that has been purchased and Htnnford, Ky., Jnn. A, ll0, the Fiscal Court couuty. Ky., Invito sealed manufactured during the previous 00 of Lincolnthe erection nnd completion pro-n of posals for new county court houe on the public days. siiunre In the city of Htnnford agreeable to Three important election bills were plans nnd specifications prepared by ArchiI. be on A with the Archiintroduced in both houses of the Ten- tects Krank willMllburn file Co., Washington Ii.C Plans Htnnford. nessee Legislature, one of which takes tects nnd with theCounty Clerk lit his bid n Kiich Contractor will lite with the appointment of election commis- certltlcd check, iniiiln payable to J. H. OwsJudge, lor sioners from the governor and submits ley. Countyon Ills part, f.'i.lii,ns evidence of good fnltli snd If Ills hid Is lie their election to a joint session of the cepted, that ho will enter Into contract nt once nml gle mi acceptable gunnintee comtwo Houses. Another provides for the pany's bond, puynble to the county, for to cent, of the price for publication 30 days before election of per performance contract contract. the faithThe conful of the SALE Alfalfa, hogs and cattle come to flutter Co. Hend for list of Improved farms. Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Kas. If You Want To Crow Corn, 4 MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. 80. F. A. M. will meet In staled communication on each nrst and third Monday nights of each month, nt TiM o'clock in their ballon Main street, Htanford, Ky. Member, of lister lodges ore Invited to lie present. II. I,. Kenny, W. M,,T. W renninglon.Hec. A O. D. CARTER, DRY FEET! NOTICEI Notice I hereby glten tlmt all Lincoln OI scries "II, issuru iMiirtru i, of lm. redeemable In lSyenr. with prh liege iw paying in in years ironi sum uni,, win Ht hi on the 1st day of March. Its v. on pres entation to the Lincoln County National llnnk nnd that Interest on snme will stop niier said date, toiiii amount ia,;. TlilsJan.ll lis v. Jnme McKeehnle, tl. H.Cooierniiil W. H, iiiircn, uoniiniucc. COIIIIiy 111111 For Less Moneyi "Hocker Bootees," you all know them, leather linedifrom top to toe, one dollar off the pair.lnow $4.00. "Honest Mike" Boots, the tanned leather, always soft, ed two-third- CONCRETING NEW ILACKSMITH AND PAIR SHOP. RE- - PHILLIPS BROS., old-fashion- I hnteimcmsl it blacksmith nnd general repair slum at my home, the old tolligatu property on the Htnnfonl Pike, near llu- fotitlllc, and nsk te share oi m piinnc pn lWrLJKHHK, Huston llle, Ky trouage We, whose names appenr below, strictly forbid bunting, llshlng or nny kind of trespassing on our plnces nnd will prosecute vi olator, loino iuii extent oi tue .Mattle White, Mr. Walter Warren, Mrs. V. V. W. Carter lien Martin M.K. f.awrence, Tlnsley Mpoonnmore POSTED. j. .m. Joseph off the pair, now $3.25. "The Standard," 10-in- ch in, Notice to Contractors The corpses of Rev. R. R. Noel is holding a protracted meeting at Flat Lick, Pulaski countyMrs. J. V Logan, of Danville, has gone to Korea, as a missionary of the tractor will lie paid Hlper cent. as the work progresses, retaining S) per cent, until final completion. All bids to lie sealed and tiled with the Count v Clerk on or before 10 A M. February luth. llv. The Klscnl Court reserves tho right to reject any or nil bids. J. H. OWHLKY, J It., County Judge. OKOiMIK II. OOOl'KK, Clerk. McsserA I'axton, James N.Cnsli. M. II. Lytle. J U.Cnmenlsch, lr. J. (I. Carpenter, Thomas Kerrlll, jA. tf.immn, L. Thompson, Iit lil llurlon. M.C. Itlchnnlson. J. M. Ware. Miss Mattle Hewcs, ItelrbellWu'll Ilroi A.T. Tralor, Krid llnumnnn, N, II. riummer, LllburnOooch, Will Hester. lt.c. Nunn.lley. Ilnughninn. J.W, IVck. J. W. llruce, l'"Yld Htevens, J. K. JohnCaineulsch, Wm.Cordler. M. D. Klmore. Dan Trn) lor, (iotllhOllck. Hnndorf, 1. M. Anderson. J.J.Thompson Mr. and Mr. Jas. II. Knds J. K. Moser, ... iviimsn Mrs. .N.J. llorton Mrs. (leo. IiOgnn. J.J.KIIIott. W. It. Ilntlgherty, I'rnnk Cordler, Dr. (1.11. IVrry, Iter. Father H II. Hntiehman, II. W. (inlncs, I'rlnn Albright A. II. lUKlt Mrs. Mnrgnret (looch, Jacob llnnder W. H.Trnylor (leo.C.tiltens, joiiu Jiuer. Ham ItoinTi., Amend Hchnefer, M.J. Hofmnnn, A. 11. Mntheny K.T. llensley Mrs. J. ll.Ottsley, I.. H. (Inrner, II. 1.. Vn gnley, M.J. Morgan, H.O. Wiitkln, H.T. Harris. H. II. Crow. J.C. Hundley. Mrs. Nannie II. Coo. I, C. K.McClure, Anton Itonecker. Anderson Cnrr. W. M. Illshon. friil Vonllrnenlgnn T. I.. lUiiighman, Mrs. Kate Aiiur Mrs. Ucbeccn It. Carpenter Mcdluu. W. Kouttz, j. r. ai os r, P.-e- T. A. Illce, J. I.. Iloluclnw, Mrs. J.K. I'ulllnin. J.H. Ilocker, ). W. Hasty, It. li. I'llllllllll. Mrs. It. L. William, j. .X'Mii unrier Mr. Jus Unities. Ilnllou, the best high-to- p ever made, one dollar less than regular price, now $4.00. "Storm King," one of J. T. Woods' best high-to- p shoes, double lined, now $3.25, been $4.00 all the season. "Honest Mike" shoes, reduced from $4.0O to $3.00. Boys'.high top tan, a good one, worth $3.50 every day j in the year, but now $2.50 to close. Of course these are high-top.k- ip lo, i Cash Prices Don't ask us to charge them. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. H. J. McROBERTS, New Ledgers, Journals And HENRY Presbyterian church. When Mr. Taft becomes President Two missionaries took steerago pas sage to their port in the Bahama We wtll nt public miction lit lands in order to practice humility and sharp on travel as Christ would have done. PUBLIC SALE HI Q3S3Sea5SSSaSH7Q WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- o'clock S W TUESDAY, 1 FEB. 9, 1909, l, 1 l!a3h Hnnlrc he will ride in an automobile furnished MATRIMONIAL. by the Government. That question was The records show that 500,000 cou- settled by the adoption by the Senate' of the report of the conferees on the )es have been married in Chicago in urgent deficiency bill, which carries an 38 years. Hanlev Bohon, of Harrodsburg, and item ofT$12,000 for the "purchase, care and maintenance of automobiles for Miss Kathenne Cluke, of Nashville, will be married in March. the use of the President." man died while taking a bath and a New Jersey man shuflled This off while reading; his Bible. should notfput a stop to either bathing or reading the book of books, but there are some who will use it as an excuse to quit cither or both. A nt tho O. T. Wallace farm, near Point Ienv-el(iiirrard county, Ky., nell the following One combined gelding. good brood und work mare. yearllug filly by Nulioth, Jr., S In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. In Fact a Very Complete Jfl Line of Stationery Generally. ' 4 EXTRA WORK MULES. 1 .AND. nil Id hand high, three of w hlch are mares, S extra Jersey milk cow s, Gjiara old, 1 year- Don't drug the Stomach, or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is Household and Kitchen wrong. It is tho weak nerves that are i Furniture. crying out for help. Vitalize tbeso weak inside controlling nerves with Terms made known on day of sale. Dr Shoop'c l'estorative, und see how A. HHKAHKK IIUOS.. Ijincaster. Ky. M. Ilourne, Auctlomer. quickly good health will eonio to you ! Sold.by Penagain. Test it and sec In a speech at Tampa.tFla., Mr. ny's Drugstore. Bryan said of Democratic Mahony & Rankin, Reduced Rates via Queen & Cresvictory in 1912 look good. Truly does hope spring eternal in the breast of the cent Route. To New Orleans and great Commoner and he is not by him- Mobile. Tickets on sale February 17th self in believing that democracy is yet to 22nd inclusive. Return limit March 1st with extension privilage March 13th, very much alive. 1909. For particulars ask Ticket Agents Bell county Negroes, in convention or address II. C. King, G. P. A., Lexassembled, instructcdJforAllen Gibson. ington, Ky. Life, a Pineville Negro, for assessor, but One of the drivers of the trains on wager the white rads in that rewe'll colpublican strongnold will take no Negro the Berlin elevated railway which lided on Sept. 26 last, resulting in tho jn "theirn." Spedeath and injury of many people, was Gov. WlLLSON says positively he will sentenced to 21 months' imprisonment. not call an extra session'of the Legis- The other driver was acquitted. lature for the consideration of the counKluht of the lending com Dilutes of the Col. Corkright Majuh Biudd had world represented. Oouipetoln rates with ty unit bill and the temperance people some trouble with a nigguh last night, all the companies of the world. had just as well let him alone. record unsurpassed. Meter hud it law didn't he, suh ? suit In the history of this agency. Losses Col. Gore No, suh. He just shot the promptly puld and without discount. No Wayne county, Ind., voted "wet" waltlmr lOdavs for lour nioiiev. lleforu In suring, call on by a majority of nearly 1,000. Wayne nigguh; that's all. Puck. mswas the 13th county in Indiana that A Winchester bank has filed suit in has voted on the whisky question and the Breathitt circuit court ugainst the MAHONY G RANKIN. the first to go wet. estate of the late Judge James Hargis The Insurance Men of Stanford. Hon. Henry Wattekson will make for $20,000 on two promisory notes giv-e- n by him about a year ago. no more public addresses, having retired from public life. This is unwelA tickling or dry cough can bo come news to the legion of admirers of quickly loosened with Dr, Shoop's the great man.v Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or litirsh. Sold POLITICAL. by Penny 'k Drug Store. To check tarty colds or Orlppo with "rreTentlct" Although more than 15,000 vetermenu sur. dafeat stop a cold Tho record for hanging will bo estab- with Pr.rMitlcs Isfor Pneumonia.1stTo run and b. safer than to It ans of the Civil War died last year, tho obllxd to curs It aturwards. To be sure. lished at liaton Hougc, La., next Fripension roll increased. will curs) .Ten a deeply seatod cola, but stage break, or at tbs Hon. Hugh Mahin, the present rep- day when tight men will bo hanged at tekro earlthM early snrzs) That's th.y betUr. surnly colds. headoU callsd resentative of Jessamine county, has tho Btato prison. All will bo hanged at That's why they are Candy Pray entlcs. koquio-- I uoid cures, frsrantlrsarallttla the in, no pbjile, nothing sickening. Nice for feel announced his candidacy for reelection tho same time. ' children ud thoroushlr saf. too. If fou League law, known The if you ache an orer. tiiiak of "One bad thing about paste je we ry, " ' ?wur. tourrompmeu mar also save half your lTarentlcs. as the countv option bill, was over. i usual sickness. And don't forget your child, if "What's that; whelmingly defeated by the Minnesota V,m Kin' nlsrhtordar. lleraln ui!ib tl Pitt. th.r. Is ffl.erlshnass. greatest elBclency. nrob. Legislature. Sold In ably Ilea 1'ravenUcs' Tlinf.a 1 l"t-- , 'Ho bolts of 4S . to boxes tor tbs Docket, also Judge W, H. Phillips, who has been ' ITettnllcs. Ixulit ou your druggltti giving you county judge of Jessamine for 35 years, rJight thousand pcojilo witnessed tho has announced for the democratic launching of tho big battleship Delanomination again. ware at Newport New, Va. Si .. s The Senate and House will probably lock horns over the plan to abolish tho An average crowd was in town nt 17 branch pension agencies, one of court yesterday and business generally , which is located in Louisville. was good. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Delaware ling Jersey heifer, 1 share III Uincnster wagon, creamery. buggies, set blacksmith tools, farming tools, nil chickens. The Interior Journal BOTH ONE , i i YEAKFOK s INSURANCE, Accident Fire, Few people In tie United States hare not Democratic heard of the Courier-JournIn all things, fair In all things, clean In all thing., tt Is essentially a family paper. II; a special arrangnmeut we are enabled to ofI, one fer the WKKKLV year and this paper for the price named abore. Send your subscription for tho to us not tc the Courler-Journ- a al COUKIKK-OUKNA- ONLY $1.50. tXi M 1 PENNY - DDUG STOPE C& ieV Stanford, Krnlucky. and Tornado. Farm Property a cialty. Commissioner's Sale I lloyle Circuit Court. l'liilutKT, vs. K. .M.IIIIi'a Administrator, James Hill, etc., Defimduut. I'nr.iiHiit ton luduiuciit of sn e herein ren of the llo le dered nt the January term, Circuit court, the unuiTsigiieutiuiiimissiuii-ecwlllo- 3rst Tfational Sftancj Stanford, JCy. Organixict, SS2. Capital Slot, SSO.OOO. It. Surplus anil 1ndiidd Profits. S9, OOO. . u g Stop That Cold Anti-Saloo- n in.. i 111 Prcvcntics A Tl'HHDAY, FKWlPAHY H. l'." At or about the hour of i o'clock, r. u.. In the lands herefront of tho.tore-hoiiseoinafter described. In i'reacherstllle. Lincoln county, Kentucky, sell to the highest und liest bidder at public outcry the following described That certain trait or land situated lu Lincoln countv, Htuto of Kentucky, on the waters of 1)1 x Itlverund Inthevlllngenf thetnrnplkeroud lending from Ijuiintlir to Crab Orchard, und consisting dwelling house, u store house und about of a more particulartH'i ncrcs of land und ly descrllied und bounded us follows, Beginning In the center of the turnpike, thence u new Hue N.xi degree K.lIVJJ poles to a stake corner to J.H. ruttiis;lh.ncuwltli linn of l'elus,H.n7i degree K.liNH wle to It stake lu the North edge of the Couuty road; thence with the said road H. iffdegree. V. in poles, H.iii degrees. W.37.0 poles, H. ttK degree. K.h poles, H. 70 degrees, V ilJI lHiles, N. K7i4 degrees, W 111 poll to ll point In County I ".id, corner to church lot ; thence with line of church lot und I'njne M.aij degrees. K. T poles, N. Ji, degrees, Y. 7.7 poll's to center of plkej thencu with center of pike degree., N, il'i, degrees. L. HkXIoolea. N.:l W UK pitW to the iK'glnnlng and coutiilu-lu- g acres and iHdng the same ,trait - of U'4 lit- J. hind coutfjed to K. il. II III, iliiciiki-il.M, Hlitchlns, by of record III tlin Homily l ourt ( lerk's olllce. Ha Id renlestiitound liiiprotements will lie sold n it wholu upon it cridll of six and li months equal palueuts for which Ixiuds will lM) given payable to tho Commissioner bearing Interest from date of sale until paid, lit the rate of per cent. wr milium, with uiijirotetl upprotcd personal security to by Couimflslouerund said bonds lu hate the force nnd ollect of it ludgment, and to ri tuln it lien ou said lands sold. The amount to lie raised by this snle Is estimated to m Including costs the sum of n renl-estiii'reaeli-ertvllle.o- ii l l.lll-coi- n 11 JPaspai'd in 'Dividends sinco Organization, $21, SOO, Snvite 7aut jfceounh on Our lferits OFFICERS. S. Ilocker, President;, '!' -- S. T. Harris, John J, McHobertj, Cashier, II, C. Baughman, Asst, Cash'r W.W.Saumiers.Hookkeeper. DIRECTORS. P. Keid, J, II. Uaughman, M 1). Klmurc. J. M. Petlus, II. C. HauRhrnan, . I'. Cummins, j 00 Qt Hobinson, SI T. Harri), V. li. O'liatinon J. S. Ilocker, C. K. Tate. T, High est Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs, ' Hens 9 to 9 2c. Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to 10c. . '' tn.u.i. O. It. McDUWKLL, ., IAIY,Attray, U.D., Htyls Clrcmlt Crl. Turkeys lO to 12c. Scrap Iron. Guineas $2 Per Dozen. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. Ky. Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 2c. i a.vBy-Af-,--r-M- . rrrrr -- i $?,.xhs; If .PZ 9 Cents For nn Extra Special Vnluo In prico is 25c. Ai long n this lot Corpct lO Cents Tho regular For extra good quality Hamburg Edge, 0 inches wide. regular way for lCc to 20c. M tliey Inet. 5 Cents Thin would cell in a For good line of pnttcms of Linen Lacce. 3X thin lot worth 1 Cover Embroidery. PaltcrnHn lrutu nt only 10c per ynrd. This epecial prico is for this lot tw long and 16c. We oflcr any in this lot for 6c per yard. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Htantohd, K.Y., & SON. parAp- STANFORD KY. was Next Sunday is St. Valentine's day. - Hex coal Is guaranteed. Dunham Uros. HAVE you f We mako a specialty of pleasing ticular people. Try our Rex coal. Try it. guarantee it. Dcnham Hros. o Nothing worthy of mention Wo dono In County Court yesterday. l'i:n. , 1000 yctT You can New assortment of local view post yard. curds at Penny's Drue Store. Extra values in wagon bridles and D. R. DisilON New line of spectacles. Eyes tested wagon breeching; nlso full stock of rented the James Pop-piSome very upcclal bargains in Hox farm of 110 acres for another year the supply is limited. Ask freo at the Now Stanford Drug Co.'s fencing and garden tools. Gcorgo D. I'atwr, but at $MG. store. to sec them. Penny's Drug Store. Hogper. PERSONALS. For Sale on Rent. Tho tried that good Hex coal stnre-houson East Mnin Street. find it at Dcnham's ply nt onco to W. K. Warner. Dogs killed three sheep belonging to Warner David Street, of tho East End. L. It. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Martin Four - rooms in my home on Logan for rent. Mrs. Bun Withers. nv-cn- Embroidery and Laces cs ! t ! I I1 t Eschew politics for n month or so having claims against any way. Let us all enjoy a much Just received the largest assortment of Laces nnd Embroidertho cstato of James Mlvin, deceased, ill. Stanford. Mr. John IJ. Wiggins la critically veri- needed rest. are requested to fllo same properly ies ever brought to Stanford. All grade nnd price. Mu. J. H. Powell went to Hrumflcld For all kinds of fresh meats phone fied, with tho administrator before Feb. Come nnd get our prices on roofinjr, Sunday. Spring goods nrc nrriving daily and the new firm of Hughe, - 178, ami havu it sent to your house. J. 20, 1W9. T. J. Hill, Sr., ndmr. door hangers, etc., for tobacco barns. J. M. McCakty la down with rneu- L Mecks. W. II. Higgins. l4 Jlnrtin & Co. .solicit your trade, promising to keep up the repinntlim. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Hap-linnd threo brooders for Eveiiett Stone camo up from Louischurch of Crub Orchard will hold a s Incurator Wanted, a farm hand. utation of the house, that is the very best goods at the lowed villc to voto. sale; In good condition. Mrs. E. P. Church Fair on Saturday, Feb. 13th, Must coma well recommended. Dr. visited Lcxlnc-to- n Woods, Stanford. , Mn. William Curtis We Hugh-Reiover Robert L. Edmiston's prices possible consistent with legititnato merchandising. Stanford. friends last week. beginning at 3 o'clock in tho morning. Is ALL board bills nt the St. Asaph Ho will not handlo'cheap, shoddy goods. Come to tec us nnd inThe ticket is not as well distributed Miss Alue Yantis, of Lancaster, Refreshments will be served. Attend tel must bo settled at tho end of each and help the laudablo enterprise. . as it might be but it is a good one and - with Miss Hessio Yanti". spect our Spring good. We are always glad to teo you and 3t. a winner sure and certain. Horn, to tho wife of W. M. Duncan, month. Farrls & Hardin. THE homo of tho late John F. Cash M. Duncan, Jr. show you. W. n son-The "JHoonshiner'a Daughter" Is on Danville Avenue is for sale privateMr. S. D. Hartley, who was hurt in VerA. J. Goocit camo over from booked to appear at Walton's Opera ly. The residenco is largo, commodious the wreck near High Bridge last sailles to tho burial of his nephew. Housu Friday night, Feb. 20. nnd in good repair. There aro 29J acres Spring, got 51.6S0 in a compromise Mu. Horace Hrown, of New Albany, frum the railroad company. on business. ALL accounts due tho estate of M. In tho lot. For further particulars call Ind., was here last week Oiia Poo it, of Garrard, has been Hardin, deceased, must bo settled at on H. C. Uaughman at tho First NaThe moving picture show nt WalMiss Hal- - onco. Mrs. HohsIu M. Hardin, ext'x. 3t. tional Hank, or James N. Cash, ton's Opera House is drawing largo tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed crowds each night. "The Passion Play" lrJ' Fashion has decreed that tho Merry Miss Pearl Collier, of Crab Orch- Widow hat Tuesday. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Card of Thanks. Wo desire to ex- is tho bill for go and one that looks must ard, was the guest of Miss Mario Ma. like an Inverted flower iot is to take press our sincere thanks to our many The creditors of Col. T. P. Hill are friends for many acta of kindness in notified that their claims must be filed Mil's. J. S. OW8I.EY returned Satur- - its place. ministering to our dear departed son in with us as required by law at once. n visit to, her parents at j... f..,m J. K. Powell, trw planing mill man, his long illness nnd will ever hold them P. M. McRoberts and unj J. B. Paxton, PrnnVlin. power gasoline has bought nn u,ua ipan Lanier, of Montlrcllo, is engine and will uie it In the place of in grateful remembrance for their words Exors. nnd sympathy. Mr. and of condolence the attractive Rucst of Miss Anna his steam engine. In tho Hustonville magisterial dis Mrs. Li burn Gooch. Chancellor. trict J. K. Helm was nominated for Ik you havo a bad drawing flue or n Gooch. Elijah Gooch, aged 23, died Mrs. Susan Yeageu left today for guaranteed after a protracted illness ut his magistrate over W. M. Dudderar and PitUburu, Pa., to visit her sister, Mm. sick stove, try Hex. A Zora P. Smith, and in the Crab OrchYards at home in the Gilberts Creek section SatDenhatn Uros. remedy. ard district Want Moore defeated L. K. J. K. Johnson. Rowland. urday evening and was buried Sunday Jvolls for the nomination for that ofMrs. Charlie Garner and children Stanford and a few days ago to visit ncr sisier left Jacoiis & Harris, tho McKlnney after services at the church by Elds. J. fice. G. Livingston and P. M. Tinder. Dein Knoxvilio.' or monument men, have dissolved partner- ceased wns n son of Mr. and Mrs. Holtzclaw. Mrs. Louisa Holtzclaw, Mr. E. W. Perkins and wire, will continue the ship nnd Mr. Jacobs who was so badly burned at her home iTooch nnd was an exceptionally Garrard, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. business at the old stand. good young man. Ho was a twin and near Preachersvllle a week ago, died of J. C. Eubanks. E. Fiied Hailey has sold his stock of his brother, James, and he very much her injuries Friday and was buried at Prok. S. D. KESNER. of Clarksburg. a general merchandise nt Maywood to resembled. They were a devoted pair Lancaster Sarurday afternoon after W. Va., was here last week to eo James nnd Logan Stephenson, who witl and he nnd the other members of tho services at tho Preachersville Baptist mighty pretty girl. Miss Saha Haugiiman, of Stanford, continuo the business at the old stand. family aro almost crushed by their loss. church by Revs. It. B. Mahony and J. May He Who doeth all things well help Murray Tuylor. Deceased was 77 years is the guest of Mr. and Mm. Shelton Mr. Hailey will likely go West. old and was the relict of the late Elias Journal. them in their dark hour of trouble. M. Saulloy.-Frnnk- fort Mr. P. W. Whiit, a former citizen Holtzclaw. She leaves eight children, Mrs. P. E. Kkmp and children, of of this city, but now of Stanford in the Lancaster. Jcs3o Fox has a pat including Mrs. John C. Pcpples, of this Ala., visited DrrT. W. Pen- drug business, wns down Anniston. hero one day ented hemp brake in one of his fields, place. Those who knew her well say nington and Miss Amanda Goggin. of she was a most excellent, Christian mov-e- d last week and says Stanford is a grand which is said to be doing the work M. Carter and wife have John town, and the people are kind even to several hands, and doing it properly. woman. Louisville and ho wiU help up from W. O. a Casey boy. Liberty News. It is rumored that Senator-elec- t his father run his store on Halls Gap. Bradley will compliment his home town 300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. We desire to thank our friends nnd Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ovkrstiielt, of by using his influence to locate a handJessamine, attended the burial of tho neighbors for their goodncts to us in somo govornment building nt this place. (Ireen hoisle farm lattcr's brother, Mr. John Z. Spoonu-mor- tho illness nnd death of our husband The old Marrs corner is said to bo the mill adjacent onl.lnnlti ItlMr, Unn-- county, timid nclKlilxirluHxi May the Lord bless them mil nenr kdiool ; ISO ucrei enclosed, tillable, nnd father. com mill land, residue Hrown, of Somerset, is for what they did for him tfcid us. Mrs. proposed site of the contemplated tint' tiilNireii,will adaptedgrata aloe raising; MR. Oscar to structure. Tho report comes that Dr. wo.nl ami: unlullni; tlreinu of linn water rum through agisting James P. Hrady in Sam John '.. Spoonamoro and family. W. S. Beazley is quite illof pneumonia, tliv (arm. Dwelling, well ami oullmlldlniu. l'rke, $.VH Robinson's store during Mr. K. 'a honeyJ. K. KlKILK. MMilluliurK, Ky. For Sale. Iot of nice, pure bred at his home In Los Angeles, 'Cat. The moon. death of Isaac Arnold occurred nt An Itching Skin Diseases Mrs. Martha Myers, of Stunford, is Plymouth Rock, Hurt Orpington. Hlnck derson, Indiana, and his remains were Isbrother, W. H. Hrown. who Langshan and Silver Laced Wyandotte with her Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid buried in Lancaster cemetery. He wasj r..mlns ouito sick. Casey County cockerels. Will have lot on street Feb- a for external use. Zcmo gives instant nativo or Garrard county, being a ruary county court day in Stanford and News. elief and permanently cures any form contain- Lnncaster. Mrs. W. P. White, Stan-for- son of Henry Clay Arnold, Sr. Lan- )f Courier-Journa- l Saturday's Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All caster Record. R. F. D. No. 4. 3t. Ernest ed a picture of handsomo Mrs. Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, L. Woods, of Paint Lick. She was Passion Play. At Walton's Opera The Primary. Tho primary has lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. Miss Panthea Hoyston. Tuesday, the great como and gone and we are glad to G. L, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Saturday Houso Judge M. C. Saukley left Passion Play will bo given in moving state that it passed on quietly. The for Salycrsville, Magoffin county, to pictures. Thero are over 2,500 feet of candidates and their friends worked I FARM FOR term of court. tho pictures and It takes about 1J hours like Trojans, hold another special the irrepressible and irre This is tho judge's fifth term there. to show them. This will provo a most sponsible "floater" was pulled and haul, Tho of of Miss Mary D. Carter, who Buffered Interesting entertainment and Bible stu- ed but the workers kept cool heads and litiul, lfiirm onuIlOai-rt't- North rooiI lilue nnu of McKlnncy.on In; inlle while teaching in tlut HtunforU pike. inirovt'liii'lita ami a stroke of paralysis bo glad of the op- thero was no trouble. It is claimed ft'iiclni! iioihI; I'l.'nty of wnttr dents will doubtless ami fruit. l the Iowa School for the Deaf, is now portunity of witnessing it. Admission, by some that men from adjoining coun- Also 1'.'.') of IliiilxTt-t. land out' inll Knit of .McKH)my: half under fom-n- ; plenty will not return to Iowa 10c for adults and Cc for children. at home. Sho ties and other incligibles were voted of Milter mid gooil toliicco land. Hee i;ro. this year. J. A.OIVKNH, AKent, but certainly nothing like that would ugcrop. MvKtiiuvy, Ky. The postoffice department rules that bo dono in a family fight. The weath' tho mail boxes on tho rural routes LOCALS. er was reasonably good and a big voto to the govornment even if the farFrench cleaned. Cook & mer docs pay for them, and that they was polled. Uy 7:30 Saturday evening Clothes it was known who the successful candiFarmer. must not be used by any one to deposit Following is a list of their: on Wil- bills in unless tho bills pass regularly dates were. Ir you want good meat call W. S. Uurch, for county attorney; J. KY. through the malls. Any person violatkinson & Lutes. Phone 47. D. Swopo for circuit clerk; W. L. -ing this law is liablo to a heavy lino anu for sheriff; John C. Poppies for Circuit Court begins Monday for each offonse. It looks like the govthe docket for it Is in the hands of tho ernment ought to furnish these boxes assessor; Dink Farmer for jailer; Geo. AT ? P. Bright for coroner. It will bo reprinter. if it lays claim to them. --membered that Judge J. P. Hailey, for Passion Play nt Walton's Opera Porter. Mrs. It. L. Porter died at county judge; George 11. Cooper for 10c, Admission adults Houso her homo on tho Lancaster pike Friday county clerk; Garland Singleton for children Be. of a complication of troubles, uged 68. School Superintendent; W. H. Shanks Lost, in Stanford on Saturday night, Tho burial occurred in UulTalo cemetery for Representative, James McKechniu for magistrate and I. M. Uruce fur 2 Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale n pair of gold spectacles in a case. W. at o'clock Saturday after services ut tho grave by Rov. D. M. Walker. Mrs. constable in tho Stunford precinct, had P. Robinson. Porter, who was a daughter of tho lulu no u)HiUuu mid were nominated by VIA t ... MY hemp house U full to Its capacity. Hugh Logan, Is survived by her hus- the committee sonio two weeks ago, this band, u daughter and two sons and in Tho returns will bo canvassed y I can not receive any more hemp week. E. P. Woods. their great loss much sympathy is felt and tho official voto will bo given in for them. Deceased had been a mem- our next issue. The majorities aro deThe Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris- ber of tho Christian church since a cisive In all tho races except that for To Many Points South and Southeast church will bo held with Mrs. W. tian mere girl and was a truly good woman. BherilT, which from tho best reports obP, Grimes ut 2. o'clock Friday after- Shq was married to tho man who is tainable, gives tho nomination to Mr. Tickats Good lUtsrnlmtf Until May 31st, 1909 noon. now bowed down with grief, over 45 McCarty by 20 votes. Tho dofeated can moving years ago and their homo life has been didates aro holding up liko tho good Wtiti lot ittri tnd folder H. C. KING. C.T.A., 101 E. Main St., LtllnJLu. Kr. See the great Passion Play in an ideal one. A model wife and moth- democrats they are and they will all be Change f Picture pictures at Walton's Opera House, Ad- NifchtlT. R Tuesday. Admission, adults 10c, er has gone to hr her reward; may her lound battling against tuo common m'lMioB, UrMSMywreyrT aamy in November. rwwww ipleadid Ufa esaalatad. caildrra able engine and boiler. For Sale. A J, It. power instPowell, . m All persons st first-clas- store-room- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, t, ' 1 Full Stock of Oliver Chilled Lil-bu- PLOWS and Repairs. e. W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Watch This Space Next to Date Goods d sue for Bargains in Up -- SALE bo-lo- Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, Moving Picture: Mc-Car- ty Walton's GOING SOUTH? QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE Opera House, Every Night. r. in l. i i itf : A 1 4 t. ' i, 'nf-rl-i- TirVforifyit I b.J- -i "i . The Interior Journal. t FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Wheat is Ind. sollinfc at $1.10 mixed at Evans-vill- e, Jhltred in the Pott-Offic- e al Stanford a$ J. $22 D. Eads sold 19 cattle nt meond'Clatt matter. J. C. McClary, a Notice is hereby given that I, as Supervisor of turnpiko roads for Lincoln county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, March 1, 1001), rcccivo scaled bids for stone and grnvol contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county, Ky. All bids for furnishing, hauling, breaking nnd spreading stono nnd gravel must 1)0 senleil and filed with mo on or before 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, March 1. 15)09, nt Stanford, Ky., and no bids will bo received after that time. Contracts will Ikj let to the lowest and best bidders, nnd contractors will bo required to givo lwiid with surety, to bo approved by me, for tho faithful performance of their contracts and fur all penalties and ilanmges for failure to so perform their contracts within tho time nnd under the conditions hereinafter mentioned. Stanford it Danville piko Sec. 1 from Stanford to Mrs. Mattio "White's gate 110 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Mrs. White's gate to Boylo county line 30 rods of stono or gravel. Stanford it Rush Branch piko Sec. 1 from Stanford it Lancaster piko to Rush Branch 35 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods of stone or 30 rods gravel. Stanford it Knob Lick Sec. 1 from Stanford it Huston ville piko to Hanging Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Hanging Fork to hmjrts Danville it Hustonvillo pike 20 rods gravel. lams. Stanford it Milledgcvillc pike Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to Insurance. McCormack's Church 10 rods gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from McCormack's $100. Beart & Mann, of Lexington, bought Church to Milledgevillo 10 rods of gravel. D. Stanford it Prcachcrsvillc pike Sec. 1 from Stanford it Crali Orchard pike of Caywood & Thomas a d of The Insurance Man, mules at $170 to $225. J. D. Booth to Wilkerson's Branch 20 rods of stone. S.tnie, Sec. 2 from Wilkcrson's STANFORD, KY. bought 14 yearling cattle at 4.30. Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko 20 rods of stone. Uosldtmco l'liono art; Otllce, M. Frankfort Journal. Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Raughman's gate s E. C. Corrigan sold inter Insure with mo and be fully est in his stallion, Imp. Marta Santa, to 40 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Baughman's gato to Bywatcrs' gate 15 protected. a syndicate composed of E. R. Bradley, rods of stono or 20 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. ! from By waters' gato to G. D. Wilson, C. D. Chenault and Gar Crab Orchard 25 rods of stone or gravel. rett Watts for $4,000, Stanford it Ottcnheim pike Sec. 1 from Stanford it Wnyncsburg pike to Stanford Court. -- At I. M. Bruce's In nlinndwimo. largo jouim Jersey Hull, J. Gi Lynn's 20 rods of stouo or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from .1. G. Lynn's from n I0112 nnd unbroken lino ot cattle pens there were 500 cattleun the bulls nnd the mot nott-i- l Knglniul cows ou the Is- market and all were disposed of but to Booue's shop 15 rods stono or gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from Boone's fhop to ami Amerlcii. Ills land of Jerey Ire Is ono of the best hulls ever lmnortrd about 100. Prices ranged as folllows: Ottenheim 10 rods of gravel. nnd his 1I11 tn I. n show cow that has given 05 Good feeders brought 4Jc; heifers 3 to Stanford it Dix River Sec. 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to pounds ot rich mlllc in one day. If you liegets Mke or the Likeness of 4c; light cattle 3J to 4Jc; cows 2J to 3Jc; Haden's Switch 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from linden's Switeli to some Ancestor" ami lime sinciiy goou cow, you should nvnll yourself of his ser- mixed cattle 4Jc. Trajlor's lane 30 rods of gravel. Same, See. 3 troni Traylor's lane to Garvice, lie will l allowed to serve a limited The National Fair Association, the number of nonroved. registered cows out side of our own herd this year, for a feo of largest and most important body of the rard lino 20 roils of gravel. Make engagement U'forn sending Israeli. Stanford it Lancaster piko Sec. 1 from Stanford to Logan's lane 20 rods cow to ik' nreii. nr.n x uitkii, kind ever organized in the United Htllllforil. Kv. Teleohnnu NO. Same, Sec. 2 from Logan's lane to Garrard N, II. We have to offer three extra choice States, was formed at a meeting of of stone or 25 rods of gravel. bullcnlves that will 1h sold at right prices representatives of State fair olTicials line 15 rods of gravel. at the office of the Ohio State Board of Stanford it Wayuebburg pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Ottcnheim piko 15 Ky.-- , Agriculture at Columbus. rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Ottcnheim pike to Maywood road nt foot L. R. Atkinson and W. P. Patterson You can llndour Htnmlnrd IU'medv. the greatest lilowl ami ll er medicine yet know 11. bought 100 barrels of corn from James of Knobs 25 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Maywood road to Carter's In case ot itheumnti&m, wait imeum, km ney Trouuit ami an uineasos nriting irom Moberley at $3.50. Richard Gentry Store 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. I from Carter' Store to Hutchi-wilmimre blood It has no eoual. It l manu bought five work mules from L. I1 School-hous- e factured under the pure food art of June . 15 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 5 from HiitchisouV School iwi,and guaranteeil by the iimnufacturer If the lletiiedy If taken according to directions Yandell Monday for $1,000 and another house to Butt's Store 15 rods of etone. Same, Sec. 0 from HuttV Store to nnd If ItcorMiels not iH'tieltttd by the use from J. C. Caldwell at $215. Levi of the Itemed) we will refund our money. 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 7 from Kingsvillc pike to and Kingsville piko We can do nothing more, Kuch package Miller bought 21 coming contains rn iiom Willi a regiiere guaran-teean- a lot of broke mules here Monday at George Gaines' 15 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. S from Gaines' to G. W. mailing card with full Inst Auctions Wen'itd it to any address by mull 011 re- from $90 to $1C3. He paid $325 for one Clift's 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 1) from G. W. Clift's to M'aynetburg package or sl packages for ceipt of 11 . Jjener oiuer iKJtu-uii- , iiikcii 111 pair. Harrodsburg Herald. 8 roils of gravel. tlme)ou might sae a big doctor's bill. Itemembertf you take the Itemedy accordStanford it Hustonvillo pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Cah's Store 30 rods ing to Instruction, ami are not ucnnlltcd. Revolts At Cold Steel. you get our dollar imcK. ton win not of stone. Same, Sec. 2 lrom Cash's Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of "Your only hope," said threo dec-tor- s rind the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only by our duly authorized agents. ville 10 rods of or to Mrs. M. i:. Fisher, Detroit, stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Hanging Fork to 1 1 IltilMIKN WILLIAMS, Agent. MIcb. suirerlngfromseverorectaltrou- - 50 rods gravel. SMKOtS ble, lies in nn operation," "then I HiKouville it Coffey's .Mill pike Sec, 1 from Hiixtnuville to Wm. Car-YJo Euy used Dr. King's New Life Pills," she son's 20 rods of stone or gravel. Same, See. 2 from Wm. Carson's to Mt. writes, "till wholly cured." They U G3 Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel. provent Appendicitis, euro Constipatildes and Hustonville it Bradfordsville pike, wholo road, 15 rods of gravel. tion, Headache. 25c. at Penny's Drug Woo! Ilustonville it Danville piko Sec. 1 from Hustonvillo to Black pike 50 Store. Feathers, Tallsw, Cttw&x, Ginscsz, ' Col.1 en SeiU Yellow Rout), May Applr. rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 50 rods Mr. Roosevelt has been offered WilJ Cinccr, tic Vc ao tj;j!cti! ttuULtbed in 1856 Orfr hilt a century la a week to head a wild west show, gravel. LouimCe sad cendo bcttirfor you thsn says a dispatch. Hustonville it Carpenter's Creek pike 10 rods of atone or !0 rods of Teddy is a whole coonusaon nercsau. Htfrre nee, K show himself and it would be a useless gravel. say ZUaV in LouisviSe. Vnte (or wccl!y expense to carry cowboys, buffalo?, price hit sod iMpriag lig. Hustonville it McKinney pike 10 lods of gravel. (51. Sabcl & Sort's. broncho busters, and tho like, if his McKinney it Coflcy's Mill piko Sec. 1 from South Fork pike to tollgnte E. Market SI. LOUISVILLE, KY. 229 services could bo secured. Stanford speaks for an exhibition in the event 20 rods gravel. Same, See. 2 from tollgnte to Fair place 10 rods of stone. the president affixes his autograph to a Same, Sec. 3 from Fair place to Mt. Salem 40 rods of stone. Same, Sec. I contract. from Mt. Salem to Casey lino 15 rods of stone. j(i-,L'Cuf.- iv; v McKinney it Turnersville pike from MoKinuey to .John Murphy's 30 The cleverest Imitation of real ColTee ever yet made Is Dr. Snoop's Health rods of gravel. Coffee. It is lino In Havor and Is McKinney it South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel. mado In just ono inlnutu. No tedious Turnersville it McKinney pike 50 rods of gravel. 20 or 30 mlnutos boiling. Mado from Turnersville it McCormuck's piko Sec. 1 to Sam Holm's puro parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. K rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Sam Helm's to C. Bishop's iS rods Sample free. Sold by l'enny'b Drue Store. gravel. Same, See. 3 from C. Bishop's to Knob Lick 10 roils of gravel. Hlnek piko 15 rods of gravel. The president's message vetoing the Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Sec. 1 from Crab Orchard to G. W. census bill was read before the House. Its reading was held up several hours Kvans' place 30 rods stone. Same, e. 2 fioni lCvmis' place to Garrard for fear that discussion of it might Hue 25 rods of atone. Undertasers and Embalm. jeopardize tho passage of a number of Crab Orchard it Chnppell's Gup pike, wholc road, 35 iods of stono or ere. Also Dealers in Furprivate bills which were entitled to con gravel. niture, Mattings, Rug?. Thoy sideration under special order. Tho Danville it Lancater piko 20 rods of stone. president in his veto message strongly will exchange Furniture for condems the spoils system. Lincoln it Boyle pike 5 rod of gravel. all Kinds of Stock. Give Kingsville it Pleasant Point pike Sec. 1 20 rods of gravel. Sumo, Sec."2 Them a Call. Prices Right. Foley's. Orlno Laxative euros constipation and liver troubloand makes tho from Casey county road to Kingsville 20 rods of gravel. - KENTUCKY. bowels healthy and regular. Orlno is Rowland Cut-Of- f piko 10 rods, of gravel. STAMFORD. superior to pills undtublcts as ltd wis A rod of (stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubio feet.' not grlpo or imuseato. Why take Hand broken atone and gravel iniiat bo on margin of road or rcction by anything else? New Stanford Drug Sept. 15, H)0i). All gravel must lw spread before, Oct. 15, 11)01). All Co. metal is to be measured by tho supervisor, who may designate when and The flood situation in Germany renot later thnu sulting from heavy rams and melting w hero it is to be spread. All crushed stone must bo snow is still serious. Reports of loss Jan. 1, 11)10. 'tl of lifo continue to come from various .. All stone furnished must lie good, sound, hard limestone, or quart, and i parts of tho country. broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter. Tho gravel must .&&'& X Pains of women, head pulus, or any lie clean and flinty and that furuidied on McKinney it Cofley's Mill piko pain stopped In 20 minutes bure, with and Tumersvilloit McKinney piko must bo from Green River. Dr. Snoop's Pink l'uln Tablets. Seo Tho court or its representative may reject any material not of proper sio full formula on 25c. Box. Sold by or quality. Bidders must say whether stono will lie broken by hand or Penny's Drug Store crusiied. An infunt son of Mrs. Edna Perkins, Tho supervisor reserves tho right to reject any and ull bids. Blank forms of Sharpsburg, was burned to death by ou which bids ma) be mado can be obtuiucd from tho Couutv Clerk. Copies Undertaker? Embalmor and a spark from the grate setting fire to of bonds may be obtained at the Couuty Clerk's oflico. Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, the cradlu the little thing was in. Liucoln county owns a rock crusher nud contractors will be permitted to Rev. Dr. Henry Griggs Weston, pres- uso it at 81 per rod. STANFORD, - KY- ident of Crozlcr Theological Seminary, died at his homo in Upland, near Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Liucoln Couuty, OCce 111000,107. lloiuel'hone J, & Fox a mule for $175. J. M. Cress uold to James Smith a No.ll,HoaIh,II:Mr. m. lot of cattle at $3.85. No. , HOUtll,ll?t A M. No. Jl, North. 4!U A. M. W. C. Shanks sold to S. J. Bell a No, W, North, :rV. M. No.r, 10:17 a.m. Jersey heifer for $75. m, No.fi,S:Mr, It S. Scuddcr sold to Hen Bright a JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. pair of mules for $340. Fort Sale. Cultivated hemp seed, The Truth 1903 crop. J. I). Walker, Richmond, Every person in this city who is suf- Ky. Fort Sale. Ono good milk cow. fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand ruS or any form of skin or scalp dis Freah. Mrs. Cathcrlno McClary, Stancase, can find relief and be permanent ford, Ky. Eight hundred hogsheads of Equity ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durggists sell ZEMC Society Durley tobacco sold at Mays-vill- e at 18c. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Themnlc market was very activo yesterday, a number changing hands at $125 to $185. Tho Imperial Tobacco Co. bought 2,- Surgeon Dontlst, 000,000 pounds of dark tobacco at STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Paducah nt 0 to 7c. I have 13 coming mules Office over McRobcrta' Drug Store in for sale. Will sell all or by pair. Henry Catron, R. F. D. No. 1, Stanford. tho Owsley Building. U. T. & F. L. Selby, of Russell coun ty, sold to C. P. Cecil, of Boyle, 64 Tebacco and Jobacco mixed cattle at 4Jc here yesterday. J. C. Robinson, of this county, sold on Wednesday to Levi Miller, ofTenn., Nothing But 23 fine mules at tho average price of L. X N. TITCE THBLE yesterday. J. Lt. Foster sold to BriRht Notice To Contractors. Glearanee Letting Monday, rich, i, M .t Sale! OVERCOATS 89 48 '09. All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. ALL-WOO- CRAVENETTES. 818 Coat now 815 Coat now 812 50 Coat now 810'Coat now L 81l .J8 815 Coat now r, " now 48 81- 81 C''1 now 8 48 7 f)0 U"11 ' ('. 118 $5 Coat now D 8 48 G 1)8 " 3 48 $3 48 82 1)8 A. S. PRICE, 820 Suit now 817 CO Suit now 815 Suit now 812 50 Suit now 810 Suit now 87 50 Suit now 85 Suit now $15 48 81 00 High Top Shoes 12 48 83 50 High Top SIioch 1) 1(8 50c heavy lleeccd lined under- wear 8 98 Men's Felt Boots. Men'sand 0 48 All reduced 4 1)8 en's Rublrcrs. 3 48 ingly. 30c Worn- accord SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank, Jesse Wearen, car-loa- four-fifth- Adorina's Fox Buy the OLIVER PLOW. 11 I W. H. II DDQQQOCa At McKinney, HIGC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. 1 11 Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. it.-t- F S Capital, Surplus. Resources, S. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT B. PAXTON. $5O,O0O.00 38.000.OO f 340,000.00W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. ASSISTANT CASHIER ,.. - J. J. O. REID, J. W.ROCHESTER.TEU.ER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER J. OIRCOTORSi B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shauks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford; John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, Lancaster; J. It. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Tntylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Prcarhcrsvillc; Lilhuru Gooch, GilbertA Creek. xx., if you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky, subscribe for the lu iei)tucHy State Journal, The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky., Write for price and particulars to W. ' P. WALTON, Frankfort, Ky. 8 . ' THE SAFEST tf& i?$ Wk'ST tff.Y TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES "W APPLY TO LOCAL MANAQER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY fill- iNCOP.ro "..Tin If you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Purest Drugs, Call on me. S. K. DUDDERAR, W. B. McRoberts, '.,.