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PVl Ta INTERIOP JOURNAL j YOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1909 N0 98 IOJ Lincolns Life In Tabloid 1803Born near Hodgenvillc Ky Fob 12 ISlGRemoved with his family to Spencer county Indiana 1818 Death of ha mother Nancy Hanks Lincoln 1819Second marriage of Thomas Lincoln his father at Elizabethan Kyl tho brido being Mrs Sallio flush Johnson linoJs J830 Lincolns family removes to 11 r 1831Abraham Lincoln makes flatboat trip to New Orleans Locates at Now Salem til it J832rCaptain In Black Hawk war in raco for Legislature I1832Mariopostmaster at NeW Sa 1cm 1834 Becomes assistant to county surveyor Elected to Legislature from Sangamon county 1S3G Second election to tho Leiiila Iturn1837Liccnsed to practfce law Thlyd election to the Legisla ture llMO Presidential elector on Harrison ticket Fourth election to tho Legisla ture ll2 Marrled Nov 4 to Mary Todd 1846 Elected to Congress 1 8 8 Delegate to the Philadelphia National Convention 1856 AsslsU Information of Repub lican party 1858Joint dcbato with Stephen A Douglas Defeated for United States Senate I860 Nominated and elected to tho presidency 1801 Inaugurated M president on March 4 l 1863 Issuca emancipation proclamation VI 1SC4 Reelected to tho presidency 1SG5 Slfct down by J Witkca Booth April 14 dying tho following day Re- mainsI interred at Springfield III May 4th I1V88hinKtOn Once Gave Up to threw doctors was kept In bell for flvo weeks Blood poison from aspid j ers bite caused large drop sorea to tiorcr hU leg Tho doctors failed then Bucklons Arnica Salvo completely I elircd mo It writes John Voahtngto- notfoequovileTux For eczema boils burns and plies its supreme 25c at Icnnyi Drug Store r Jowl greens poached eggs hoe I cakes and Spring for dinner We feel as frisky as n 1G year old boy when he girls hand for thu first time Glasgow Times rPneumonia Follows LaGrlppo Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the use of Foloy8 Honey and Tar for la grippe coughs and deep seated colds Uefuso any but the genuine in tho ycllowpackage New Stanford Drug Co A Baltimore undertaker advertises If tho funeral hasnt been satisfac t tory to you you neednt pay tho bill taiStock of Merchandise for Sale 1 sealro to tell prlvnt ly my itockof Orrt err Ill hit llMtlwnnn IHilna n gcxxl bust eels Will InvoIce about fo llfaon III health OKO DHOllEH Stanford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a icienllua preparation fc external use Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause diseases Eczema quickly and Ii- permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for aim pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Till Joseph Price Sanatorium If North Laneaaler Btreuti I Stanford Kentucky CIvor Trontmeht oriole +tses of tho Bye Sore Thrust Knr OoiiltoUrlrmry llcctnl Or com Norvoiu Hy trnt and burgory When Ordering Clothes a have your tnkon R tailor of ox nerleneo Theayourolutheswhethsritlun price business cult or elathPi will hurt thnt Individuality mid nt whlchplrilrily they Were mnclo to your ttteaauru I klllnUotnltb your menu tiro fur wxlrn trourore fnncy T top route and overcoat flAil and Winter MIIII pies on hand ready for lu ctloii UO fUPLICYThoTnllorNlmWurd Safeguard the Future rho rafoBt IIrelruI inoit adequate Info guard for the future Is n pulley In The Mutdal Benefit Life Insurance Co for economical mnnngn cOlltructllILtrdOlito holders Tlio company IS Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of aaucoessfulbnalrttroacareerwith jnoro policy holders In county than omPIInle com blUed Write for partleuwauuiiifj ngt id whether mar clod or poclaLAghMyon Jams I Whltodolleltortorltockcaatlo 0o r 1 i- l10 U t J BRODHEAD Messrs Dick and Jap Albright wet in Mt Vernon Tuesday Mrs J J Smith of Hiatt is very sick Mrs Virgil Martin has been III butis better Rev C C Wilson closed a week meeting at Maretsburg Monday Rev Slppla filled tho pulpit at tho Methodist church Sunday anti Sunday night Xcnpplion Emerick tho stone mason has Just gotten out a car load of rock from the quarry on G E Painters farm Tijo rock is for Robert Collier of Crab Orchard Mr J will noon erect a largo residence In Crab Orchard on the lot known uthl Uuchannn lot If every one in this neck of the woods raises tobacco who eays ho will tho markets wHlsurely bo glutted Near ly every farmer lays hols gofng to raise more or less of tho weed but the only ono who has made any start to ward doing eo is P 11 Shivel vho has sown seed- Granvllle Owens president of the Hnnsford Telephono Co informs us that his company will soon begin the construction of a line from this place to the upper Negro creek neighborhood At present a lisle Js being constructed from Level Green through the South ern part of the county Evangelist S A Barnes of Danville will preach at the Baptist church Sat urday night and Sunday It is likely tbtit a protracted meeting will begin Sunday The Baptists of this place arc without q pastor and neXt Saturday be- Ing regular monthly meeting probably some one will be selected to servo dur ing thh year R Nelson Owens of Salem Ind was visiting relatives hero and in Mt Vernon Mr Owcnsis n native of this county but moved to Indiana years ago and began working In atone at which ho has been very successful Ho now manages a largo monumental establishment Ho is a brother to Gco Owens manager of tho Ml Vernon Monumental Work Rov A J Pike has been retained pastor of Freedom church for the ensu ing year The regular meeting day has been changed from tho second to the lest Sunday in each month Owing to the extremely cold weather tho fifth Sunday meeting which was to hayo been hold at Freedom Jan 31 was postponed until the 5th Sunday in May Charley Pike son of Rev A J Pike and a brakcman on the L N between Corbln and Knoxville sustained a very painful injury a row days ago In step ping from a car his foot turned on u rolling rock spraining his anklo badly Ho is in a hospital at Corbin Ills shier Miss Eliza is wailing on him It Is thought he can be brought home this week To The Voters Of Lincoln County A famous writer has said Our greatest glory consists not in never fall ng but in rising every time we fall have sought tno nomination for cir- CUIt clerk at your hands and have met lefcat I have made a clean fight from rat to last u fight entirely free from tho influence of money or whisky I have made tho race strictly on my own lerita and not on the demerits of anyone else I have neither said nor done my thing that would injure either of my opponents in tho final election I am nbre than grateful to the democrats for tho support given ma in the primary tad promise them that I am for my successful opponent in November Very truly yours LESLIE ANDERSON Y Soldier Balks Death Plot It Boomed to J A Store a civil war veteran of Kemp Tox that a plot Bxfstod between a desperate lung trou bio and Urn Bravo to cause his death UI contracted a stubborn cold ho writes that developed a hough that stuck to me in splto of nil remedies for years tiy weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings Now Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds II Fwsevero Colds ub stlnato Coughs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled too und 61 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Tho Sacramento Bee hits the nail on tho head in a recent declaration that Ito interference of the liquorinterpsts in local government is largely to blame for tho prohibition wave that is sweep ng over thb country and which gains Its strength not so much from abstain eltizenS1whoIf the whisky men would live Up to the law instead 6f defying it and attempt- Ing to run the government there would not be that growing dissatisfaction nth the trrtflle Pains ofSvomen bead pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with- Dr Shoopi Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pennya pfugjStoro C I 4t I f 1rr NEWS ROTES Clinton county Indwont dry by 2000 Tho Phoenix Hotel at Lexington will bo remodeled and enlarged Joseph Blrslnger of 1ayto4 0I hung himself at Newport Harvey Davis aged 77 is dead at countyGeoro lost his store by fire Incendiarism is suspectedNews comes from Breathitt that Beach Hargis has been sent to a sani tarlum In Louisville All tho counties of the First Congrea slonal district haVo been organized into school improvement leagues Lamprecht Bros Co bankers and brokers filed a deed of assignment in the insolvency court at Cleveland 0 M CatulleAbraham Mendes the noted French poet was found dead in tho railway tunnel at Saint Germain Four miners were fatally burned by an explosion of a keg of powder In the Gaylord mine near Wheeling W Vo One man was killed and many persons were injured when the Chicago flyer of the Illinois Central rat into an open switch at Coldwatcr Miss At a meeting of stockholders of tho Chesapeake and Ohio railroad at Rich mond Va the recent issue of 30000 000 of bonds wds approved An eight yearold girl of Bolivar Pa suicided by shooting because her moth er had died and she was loft atone to take caro of her little ulster Jack Binns the wireless operator of the ill fnted Republic was presented with an address by the Mayor of Peter borough Eng his native town The Federal grand jury completed its probe into the alleged timber thefts and frauds in tho Choctaw Indiana no tion at Muskogeo and returned 27 true bills Tenyear old Mary Armstrong of Boyle attempted to start tho kitchen Ire with coal oil and was horribly burn vd about the face in the explosion that followed Three leading officers of postal em ployes organization have been given ten days in which to defend themselves against charges of lobbying for bills before Congress The grand jury at Lyons N IL has Indicted Mrs Georgia A Sampson for murder In tho first degree alleging that she killed her husband Harry nephew of Admiral Sampson Fire of unknown origin destroyed the plant of tho Paris Manufacturing Co does 10000 with 3000 insurance Tho workmen lost all their tools valued Inc the aggregate at 900 GOY Willson has appointed GenI Roger Willliams of Lexington chief marshal of tho Lincoln centenary celebration and has ordered Lieut ColI regory of the First Kentucky to tako command of tho militia on dutYj that day t A Frankfort dispatch says An officer brought five prisoners for tho penltenI iary fromjClay county today but they vcro refused admission by Warden Mudd at tho penitentiary on account sf their condition The prison officials say that the officer and tho prisoners one of whom was a woman wero all under the influence of liquor Whim refused admission at tho prison gates tho sextet otarted toward tho western part of the city Roby Baskin n young Negro tho murderer of Rev W T Hudson wasI lynched by a mob at Houston Miss A crowd of determined citizens took the Negro from the jail and hanged him ton nearby tree Sheriff Bean of OkooI na arrived on the scene just as tho No gro breathed his last and mado a strong protest that he had not been treated sight Leaders of the mob said they had not been given a speedy trial of the Negro as promised Foloys Honpy and Tar clears tho air passages stops tho Irritation Jn tho throat Soothe tho inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears Soreand ipilamed lungs arohctilcd and strengthened nnd tho cold Is expelled from tho system Refuse any but tho genuine In tho yellow package Now Stunford Drug Co A fiveyearold daughter of Joshua Olmtrec livjng near Gouverneur N V was seized by an eagle and carried upward When an outcry was made tho bird dropped the child on tho roof fa barn i Provcntlcfithoso Candy Cold Cure tabletsKill safely and Quickly check oall colds Dud tho Grip Trythera pnce nnd sco 4 823c Sold byPeriny S Drug Store Judge Anderson in the United States District Court qt Chicago Issued dn ntont08ppearftho Standard Ol 29240000 ease A tickling or dry cough cnnbe ulckly loosened with Dr Shoops tough Remedy No oplumnp chloro orm nothing unsafe or harsh told bl Pennys Drug Stored t 1dIDD BuRG James Winklewhd lives on Doe Creek has been arrested on acharge of detaining a woman His trial wilt tako place at Yosemite on the 20th fho warrant was sworn out by Airs Jamc s Wells aslster in law Thn friends fboth parties regret the affair greatly as both are good citizens One day last week Major and Bol Estea started a wild cat on High Ridge 2i miles East of here and after chasing it for some time it attempted to take refogo in a hole in the mountains when Major who was closo at hand seized It- by the hind legs and held it until the dogs came up and killed ik Miss Mollie Tilford is tho gueSt of Miss Salena Jones and other friends here Sam Jones and Will Wntk ns- wlllgo to New Mexico Ina few days Miss Nora Reynolds of Moreland who has been visiting Mrs J TShrtatYosemite has returned home Her hart Benson is cdnflned to his bed threatened with pneumonia Tho campaign for the republican nomination for circuit judge in this dis trict is getting to he interesting before it is fairly begun There are already three candidates and the fight has reached the card writing stage Printers ink is being used without stint and the papers will likely do a land office business before tho battle I9 overThe question of issuing bonds to provide suitable buildings and equipment for the graded school was voted on here Saturday and lost Tho advocates of the question did little or nothing to win their fight but the opposition was well orianlzed and loft no stone unturned in their effort to get votes Theycame almost in a body and nearly voted out before but fow of those favoring the proposition arrived At the close the vote stood G6 for and 54 against There were a few innocent spate indulged in but for tho most part good feeling pre vale As the question lost the trus tees will be compelled to rent the Mid dleburg Normal College building in which to teach the school for at least two years when a vote can again betaken on the bond question The board of trustees is composed of Dr J T Wesley Q R Jones Jason Coffey C T Luster and W P Wesley and they are men of good business sense and have the welfare of the community atI heart so no one need fear that the best will not be dono IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W II Hixon formerly of London is at Raton N M Campbell Fallis a well known young man of Anderson county died at his home in Tyrone A R Humble of Somerset has bought 200 acres of valuable coal and timber land in Whitley and will open a mine at once Fred Britton a well known citizen of Harrodsburg died m terrible agony af ter drin ing what Is saldto have been- a solution of Jamaica ginger as a substitute for whisky A large rock rolling on the L N track near Waaiota Doll county caus ed a freight wreck in which Brakeman I ee Derkely and Engineer Jas Wright were seriously injured The roller skating business is dead almost every where Lexington had two immense rinks which were liberally patronized J6r months but both have shut down fin good and all Robert Conners postmaster at Desda in Wayne county who killed Deputy Sheriff Iver Mammon a few weeks ago died from tho wounds inflicted by Ham mon who shot Conners live times The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life Ills method deals with tho hlopd Butt long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs Ufo and makes It worth living It purifies en rldhca and vitalise tho blood rov builds wasted nervo coils imparts life and tone totho entire system Its a godsend to Weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing MeIOhutElec trio Bitters cured mo entirely Only COo ut Pennys Drug Stor- edistress1 see yhave only one chair in the kitchen Ill get you an otherDrldgetShurQyouJnecdnt mind maam I never have any but gentlemen callers Hoxamothylenetetraminer Tho above Js the naino of a German chomlaal which Is ono of the many valuable Ingredients of Foloys Kid toy Remedy Hexamethylonetetra mnels recognized by medical text books and authorities as a uric acid solvent and antiseptic for tho urine rpkoFoleya Kidney Remedy as soon gym nbtlce aty Irregularities and avoid a serious mula y Nowj Stun ford Drug Co J f f r i l t rlQtftcialPRECINCTS t StanfordNoI 14 S1 55115 2 931114 2 13 I I 14 31 I 3I 609II6 f StanfordNo2 12 33 7 2 102 II 12124 2 45 17 1 6118Stanford5020Crab f a 7024Hutonvile t 3819WsynbburgNo i 14 4 46 11 2 3 14 63 34 4 5 34 1412 WiynwburgNo 57 49 35 19j 45l 56 I 18 34 4 S 2 3 3 I 14 9 1 1 Majorities 420 I 73 14 523 216 81 t r J Ward Moore was elected mgi tt le in the Gab Orchard district orer L K Wells Moore 143 Welb 117 + aj JC Hejm Sr war elected magistrate in the Huttonrllle district over W M Diidderar sad t Tars P Smith Herm225 Smihl58 Dudderar 146 1 L AIt AT 7 vrt I t i l I COSIiIEsCj J In order to make room fatour Spring stock which is arriving dally we will sell at abso lately Cost for the next i f 30 DfkY511O- ur t 5 stock of Winter Goods con sisting of Overcoats Heavy Suits for Men and Boys Underweart 7 Heavy Shoes Felt Boots MENS SUITS sizes 34 35yand 36 750 to IO VALE UES Choice3a n t i Xl t TERMS STRICTLY CASftl i t Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKYa ELECTRIC RANGES The Range lOIIYR full saver ti money maker tto bestbakcr A large line of clcct from and W6 will appreciate aeall l Qa e H FArR RISStarfox 1 r cr t It t V 1 The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county is n cnmlldato for Coin monwealthi Attorney of this the 18th Ju Ulclaldlslrlct subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a cnndlilnte for circuit Judge of thl11Lhe 13th district subject to the O j Democratic party IMC BAUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge of thus the I lath Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket IoorState Senator R L HUBBLE 1r of Lliuolu county t For ikpresentntlvos SHANKSIs ForCountyludge JAMES P BAILEY t For County Attorney W S BURCH to d For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff w L MCCARTY f For County Court Olerk 1 GEORGE B COOPER c V For Jailer DINK FARMER t For Assessor i JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Bchools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District L M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE iForWagltrnle Hustonvlllo District J K HELM SR For Constable Hustonvllfo District L E TRUE For Magistrate Waynesburg District IOHNMCAMDEM For Constable Wnyncsburg District r JOHN GIBAUGH JUDGE M LJARVIS present circuit judge of the Pulaski district has an nounced for the republican nomination for Commonwealths Attorney and Commonwealths Attorney B J Be theytwealths Attorney has withdrawn from the race Kennedy says he withdrew in the interest of harmony Jarvis l some weeks ago announced his candi dacy to succeed himself and when Be thurum also announced for the office Jarvis threatened to give out some racy gossip about him It has all been fixed up however and Bethurum and Jarvis are now hand in hand hunting office TUB death of a dearly loved daugh w ter followed by the appalling tragedy I which took from me a son who was 1 the very apple of my eye leaves me stranded and helpless and wholly un equal to any kind of publicity Be fore I left home I cancelled all my speaking dates and resolved never again to appear before an audience wrote Iion Henry Watterson editor of the CourierJournal to William Jen nings Bryan declining to speak at a banquet at Tampa Fla As a result of recent raids upon blind tigers by the police authorities of Sa- vannahT Ga that city is the possessor of about 20000 gallons of whisky to i say nothing of a generous quantity of beer wine champagne etc It can neither be sold nor given away and there is a settled objection against pouring the liquor on the ground Con sequently the city officials are in a quandary as to what disposition to make of it AFTER the doors of tho Senate were closed Tuesday for executive session Senator Frye asked the democrats to agree to permit the Crum nomination to come to a vote on March 1 Falling 1toobtain tho agreement he withdrew Ie the nomination for the present It is understood by tho Senate leaders that the case will not be again considered at i the present session TimE King of England gets 3000000 a year the Emperor of Germany 4- R 000000 and the Sultan of Turkey 7 500000 Roosevelt only gets the paltry sum of 50000 We pity tho over tworked poorlypaid man and dont- j him for getting out of office JOHN HAUNT of Bellefontaine lJblame 10 cents to kiss Abraham Lin She was a girl of 13 years m Phil and money fora war fund was by giving school children thisjl titEDITOR Louis LANDRAM of the Rich- Climax is laid up again with that tmond which has given him no end of The clever gentlemans legion of friends hope he will soon be himself v again t William Henry Jones has been con firmed as Postmaster Glasgow l 1 il1 J 1 I f 1 Y tkJU 4kSt k 1 f PREACHERSVILLE Rev William Holtzclaw preached an able sermon at the Baptist church Mrs W C Cummins is qyltepoorly Mrs Henry Blankenahip is still on sick list Mrs A J Thompson has been sick but is better now We noticed in the I J where the town clock had stopped running There is a lad at this place whowants to buy the clock Ho says the old clock will not do to put on our new court house Ballard and Thompson sold a cow and calf to Mrs Wagers for 40 and sold 12 yearlings to Chas Lutes at 415 also eight calves to M F Lawrence at 16 25J P Ballard sold a cow for 26 William Naylor and Joe Lunsford delivered thdir hemp crop at 535 Misses Katie Payno and Alpha Nay lor aro visiting Mrs Sam Ramsey at Point Leavel Mrs Eliza Tudor Js vis king relatives here Mrs Thomas Naylor of Uagaman 111 has joined her husband here Mrs John W Cum mina of Tyrone is expected this week to visit Mr and Mrs H G Cummins John Payne of Lebanon Junction visited his brothers P W and J F Payne Ira Holtzclaw was over from Lexingto- to attend tho burial of his grandmother Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw Every Kentuckian who can do so shouldattend the Lincoln celebration at Hodgenville to do honor to the im mortal name of our first martyr pres ident Doubtless his historic birth place in old Larue will be viewed by thous ands of people who will more fully appreciate his rise from humble obscurity to worldwide prominencefrom rail splitter to President That Lincoln was born anywhere else but Larue county is an utter fallacy and can not be substantiated by facts If such be the fact let learned research show it to be true and let history stand correct edThe death of the aged Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw cast a gloom over our com munity last Friday and came as a shock to many although her death had been expected since she was so fatally burn ed Deceased was a kind Christian lady and everybody liked her She had been a consistent member of the Bap tist cHurch for many years She was n I loving indulgent mother and although aU her children are grown we know the dear old mother will bo sadly miss ed She was the widow of the lato Elias Holtzclaw and is survived by four sons William John Mason and Robert Holtzclaw and four daughters Mes dames John C Pepples of Stanford L C King of Hubble and Mrs Nan nie Lawrence of White Oak and Mrs Sebastian of Garrard POLITICAL Milburn Reynolds has been appointed postmaster at Benge Clay county By a vote of 203 to 101 the House of Representatives passed the bill provid ing for the government of the Panama Canal Zone and the construction of the canal 1 A movement is on foot to have tho Kentucky Legislature appropriate money to build a Lincoln and Davis memorial bridge across the Kentucky River at Frankfort- Representative Scott of Nashville introduced in the Legislature a bill to permit eightround boxing contests If the bill passes it will open up that sec tion to the pugilists County Clerk Hiram Smedley of Mc Cracken county recently indicated charged with an alleged shortage re signed and County Judge Lightfoot appointed Eli Boone a real estate dealer to servo out the unespired term A Washington correspondent Intimates that the new administration will be forced to let Senator Blackburn tut of his Panama job and that he will come back to Kentucky to contest with Senator Paynter for the succession It it also intimated that Senator McCreary will shy his castor into the ring also CHURCH MATTERS Rev D M Walker will preach at Omer Chapel Rowland next Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Rev W H Hopper of Louisville will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night A cordial welcome to all PASTOR The Northern and Southern Methodist churches were both lost in recent fires at London and tho congregations of the two are talking of uniting and erecting a handsome structure as a union church Dr R H Crossfield of Lexington will preach at the Christian church Sun day night It will bo remembered that the doctor held a great meeting at that church some two years ago He is now president of Transylvania University Taking the claims of all tho churches there are in the United States 83000 000 Christians including men women and children This leaves 50 million un accounted for Can it be that that number is headed for the devil in this land of churches and freedom towor ship God according to the dictates of ones own conscience 7 Dont drug the or stimulate tho Heart or kidneys That Is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with- Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to ydu again Test it and see I Sold by Pen its Drugstore 1 yv0jr+ R td f 6t A AlcoholicIi bill providing for a commission liquorIto Congress any needful legislation FOR SALE Ldy5 horse ower boiler and saw bothII Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY I CONCRETINGW0ara1n cretlng ns mock etnents and lu fact wo can make any thing from n house down to n fence tort Wn can servo you promptly and guarantee llrstclai prlctbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- ySEEDS l I IWe ship best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell clovers grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow peassojn twain gardenbeansand flower seeds land plaster and fertllls ers Write us for prices and samples State what you want I IXARHVULtCHKKltCO 215 Nashville Teno Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the leading companies of the world represented in rates with Lospny1n 1081011promptlywaiting W days for your money Before In suringcall on MAHONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Weak Kidneys kJdDNeneJorganItselfand strengthen them Dr Stoops RestoraUTa Is a medicine speclacslly Jlleparec1 to reach these aloneuwell If your back aches or II weak if the urine icalds or Is dark and stroncif you haye symptoms of Brights or other dbUeu nc or dangerous kid net diseases try Dr Snoop ucstontlre a month wWdo ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE Ilunortol Mio Condition of TIDE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at titqhfard In the State of Kentucky nt the close of business Feb 0 WN R ngsouncrs fannsandDlscounts 1184847 flO Overdrnfts ncUretl and unsecured 964968 U H BoniU to secure circulation COUX W Ircinlums on U H bonds 1ZO 00 IlonUf svcurltks etc M U74b00 flunking house furniture and fix ty geer 8044 61 Otherrrnl cstata owned M 3422 47 Due from National Ullllk not ru serve agents allot OJ Duo from Htato Hanks Hunkers INI 24 Due from approvtod rellClongenll Ua43 Checks and other cash Items MJ w Notes of other NntlonalRonks 42000 Fractional paper currency nick els nnd cents Urllawful Money Ilemsrve In Hunk viz Hpvclo 110781 n- Legaltender notes 4S17M- KHHinptlon 16111 7A fund with U 8 Treas urer Ui per cent of clrcUItlonJOO 00 Wew a- LIAIIIIITIKH Capital Stock paid In 50000 00 Surplus funllIIooo Oa Undivided less uxwnses and taxes paid 2177 C- 3Nutlonnl lank notes putstiindlug WW 00 Duo to other Xntloiml leaks 115 W Individual l1eposltluhject- to check V IMOlr 82 Demand rtlllcntvn of deposit 8WW M- Illlli Ittcludlngcertlllcutes of deposit fnr innnev borrowed fiflnn rm Notes nnd bills rediscounted JiWlo 00 C97dt7 zo Btntoof Kentucky County of Lincoln eat I John J Moltobert Cashier of the above fanned hank do solemnly swear that the myknowledguandJOHN J MoKoiiKKTH OnshliT Subscribed and sworn to lxsfor mo this 11th ddyof Keb 1IlOO W31Bright N P Correct Attest JB Hocker II OUaugu nan J F Cummins Directors 11 C t A CornISend for list of Improved taints Address J K WK8T Auguita Kas MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge olIO Ft AM will meet In stated communication each first nnd third Monday nights of each month at too oclock In their hall on Main street Stanford Ky Members of sister lodges are fro ternally Invited to be present U li envy WMT W PennlngtonBec NOTICEI Notice li hereby given that all Uncoil county bonds of seriesIssued March MIll redeemable In 15 year with privilege of- paying In 10 years from said date III bo llrulntatlonBank and that Interest on samo will stop alter said date Total amount I5800 This Jan SI IDuu echnlo0ItCooperandWSBurch NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I have opened a blacksmith and general repair shop at home the old tollgate property on the Stanford pike near and ink 11 share 0 public pit tronnge lAU 10 JKBHK Huitonvlllu Ky POSTED WhOl6 appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing oran kind of tress passing on our places nnd will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mattie White P W Carter lien r Martin M F Ijiwronce Tlnsley Hpoouatnon JH Hocker J M Pettus T A Rice llallou JI llolticlaw 0hastyMrs JF 1ulllahi It L Putnam t Messer t Paxton Mrs II I Williams James N Cash J Nevin Carter M It Mrs Jag Itnlnos HOamenlsch Dr JO Carpenter Thomas Ferrlll JUGrlffln David Burton A I Thompson MC Klehordson JM arl Miss Mattle hewn KvlRlivnlmah limos Fred Ilaumnnn A T Traylor Illburn Uooch N11 Hummer Will Nester 11 0 Nunncllcy JW Ilaughman J W reek JB llruce David Bterlns John 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Boylo Circuit Court F MIIIIl8 Administrator IlalntllT vs James Hill etc Defendant Pursuant to h judgment of sale herein ren dared at the January term lliw of the Iloylo Circuit Court thu undersigned Commission er onTUESDAY 191559 At or about tho hour of 2 oclock r n in front of tile storehouse on the bands here InaftordfstrllHdln Lincoln county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder nt public outcry tho following described realestate towlt That certain tract of land situated In Lin coIn Kentucky on the wat ore of Dlx llverand In the Ylllaseof Preach ersvlllo on the turnpike road leading from Lancaster to drab Orchard and consisting of 11 dwellliiK house a store house Mi acres of land and Iwlng more particular ly described nUll bounded us follows towltt turnpikethenceto a stake corner to JB Iettus thence with lint ofPetttuHBfydegrees KaY8 vales to u stake In the North Itllo of the County road thence with the said nuid H 17degreOs W 10 1423 degrees W370poles B KH dereesf5poles H 70 degrees V18 polutInwith llnu of church lot nnd Payno Nl Jilu Krit3 H7 polUM NH7H degreed W 77 polos to center of pike thence with center at pike N 3Y degree K e degrees W H 34 poles to tho beginning iinu contain Inn W acrci anJ iHilng tho ensue tract of land conveyed till M loll ilervnsvd by J Mllutchlns by deed of record In the coin County Court Clerks olllce Said real estate and Improvements will bo sold as a wholuiiponn cft lIt of six and 12 months equal payments for which botuU will bo given payable to tho Commissioner bearing Interest from date of sale until paid lit the rate of a per cubit per annum with ourlt to be approved by OommfUlonnrnlid said bonds to have Iho force and elfect ot n JudKlllonl and to- rftaln n lien on said lame sold The amount to be raised by this sale Is es limited to Ixj Including casts tbo sum of 3000 Olt JIoDOWKLL- MC Boyle Circuit Garb- t BAO MY Attorney a f p D f y L E o 1 M For Less Money Hocker Bootees you all know themt leather lined from top to toe one dollar off the pair now 400 Honest Mike Boots the oldfashioned tanned leather always soft a 75 CeE1ts t1 off the pair now 325liThe StandardiL lessithanKing one of J T Woods best 10inch high I top shoes double lined now 325 beenI400 all the season Honest Mike high top kip shoes reduced from 400 to 30O Boys high top tan a good one worth 350 every day in the year but now 250 to close Of course these are Cash Prices Dont ask us to charge them I tvr H I J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY EgS EerEItEIfaagE a E8- ta m New Ledgers Journals And g mmIn Great Variety of Styles and Prices mmI it mtelDRUG STORE mtnrord Kentucky l1i mBB BBBBB BBBBBE EI jtst 9lational tankStanford Jty t Orgamxttt 882 Capital Jtloe4 SSOOOO Surplus and 7nJtnVtct r1i11 19000iJKfat paid in Qividoncts Junco Organlxatton 2t500 fnoilo Wow jfccounts on Our 9Jorits 11 OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McKoberts Cashier II C Baughman Mat Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper I DIRECTORS s F Reid J H Daughman M D Elmore J M Petlus H C Daughraan J F Cummins S T Harris J no C Robinson W D OBannon J S Hocker C E Tale Highest Market Prices Paid Fora Eggs Hides Furs Hens 9 to 9 l 2c- Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Chickens 9 to lOc 1 Ducks 8 to 9c Geese 6 to 612c- Turkeys 10 to 12c Scrap Iron Guineas 2 Per Dozen Rubber 1 H B NORTHCQTT Stanford Ky s R H + l01 I 1F- or c 1 f 1 9 Gents II t t nnExtra Special Srnluci in Cored Cover Embroidery i Tile regular prico i81j5c As long iti this lot lasts at only lOc per yard yf A s V r i 5 The Interior Journal il 7 I STANFORD KY FKH 12 1000 F tI NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store f SoME very special bargains in Box f Paper but the Is limited Ask to sea them Penny s Drug Store t rPERSONALS MR S a OWSLEY went up to Hazel Patch Tuesday Miss KATE WATERS is with Crab Orchard friendS MRS FANNIE EDWARDS of Louisville Is with Mrs T W Jones MRS CARRIE SHELTON of Corbin is the guest of Mrs Jcsso Traylor MIss ANNIE BRONAUOH of Crab Or chard Is vititlngLondon friends LESLIE ANDERSON la attending tho State Normal School at Richmond 4 MR AND Mns JOHN W MOORe of Casey are with their daughters hire MRS MAUNDA STONR loft Tuesday ti to visit relatives at hors Worth Texas CONGRESSMAN HARVEY JIELM Is ox petted Sunday from Washington City I j J t JiioNJ COZATT Parksvlllea clover miller was hero a short while yester day w Miss PRILL NEWDURN of Huston 0vine was tho guest of Miss Frances Adams IMIss ALZA THOMPSON of Mb Vor non Is with her sister Mrs Logan R Hughes MRS STELLA GOOCH and Miss Ethel Lee of Kingsville were callers at this 4 attics Tuesday t Miss MARIE MAIIONY spent several a days with Mrs David Scott In the GH berts Creek section MRS W S LAWWIU and children of Danville of lion P M McRoberts and wifeI MRS SALLIE H McKEE and Miss Marie lUrber of Madison are guests of Mrs W H Shanks MESSRS J N CASH J R Hirri J T Peek and Cam Martin nro at Kut tawa Lyon county on business MR AND MRS T C BALL aro rejoic ing over tho arrival of another son who has been christened Garrard C I i Ball I ill MIRS BELLE DENNY went over to Garrard yesterday to see her cousin Miss Katie Leo Denny who has been quito sick I j tt Miss MATTIE SACRAL of Stanford is tho guest of her sister Miss Sacray Miss Mary Linda Manlcr of Nashville Tenn will arrive tomorrow to bo the guest of her aunt Mrs John S Wells for tho 22nd holidays Advocate MAURICE H GIVENS in a personal letter fromjNow Haven Conn says ho has worked hard this year but has succeeded In passing off considerable of his work before tho regular examina tlons and Is highly pleased with the results ho has realized from his work Maurice will take his degree in June and his friends hero may rot fully as sured that ho will receive high honors at graduation London Democrat LOCALS f CLOTIIES French cleaned Cook Farmer i IP you want good meat call on Nile klnson Lutes Ihono 47 REX coal is guaranteed Try It DcnhamBroa HAVE you tried that good Rex coal I yet You can find it at Denhams yard FOR SALEA 15horse power portable engine and boiler J R Powell I Stanford FOR all kinds of I freshmeats phone 178 and havo it sent to your house J L Mocks MAIIONY RANKIN are now prepared to insure your tobacco in both farm barns and rehandling houses r THE Moonshiners Daughter bill cd to appear at Waltons Opera House Feb 26th has cancelled Its engage ment LISTEN If you want to save money on building this year give mo your con ract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phono 84 r I JOE HAYDEN colored was acquitted Ion tho charge of drunken and disorder conduct and fined 5 for resisting an officer He has asked for another trial on the latter charge La Fort SALEA lot of roller skates Apply at this office WE specialty of pleasing par tlcular people Try our Rex coal We guarantee it Denham Bros FOR SALE OR RENTThe Warner storehouse on East Main Street Ap ply at once to JV K Warner ISAAC HALDI whohie farm on Green river and moved to Frankfort In January died in that city of pneumonia IF you have a bad drawing fluo or n sick stove try Rex A guaranteed remedy Denham Bros Yards Bt Stanford and Rowland ALL persons having claims agalns t tho estate of James Melvin deceased are requested to the same properly vcri fled with tho administrator before Feb 20 1909 T J 11111 Sr admr MR J A HOLLAS has sold his farm near Highland to Frank J Hayslett of Corbin Mr Hollas will likely move to Oklahoma Wo hope however ho will decide to remain In Lincoln county Tim storehouse of Rambo Robinson at Maywood burned Wednesday night together with all of ltd contents The firo occurred at 11 oclock and bo gan on tho Inside of the building The loss is about 1000 with 500 insurance HENRY NEWTON was fined 30 In the Danville polico court on the charge c f vagrancy Judgo W A Tnbblo and Chief of Police B D Carter are r minded that there are many vagrants in Stanford and that they need attention Miss LOGAN of Cincinnati has taken the Bagby place on Third street and Is running n boarding house Miss Logan is well known in this city having for merly lived at Hustonville and has been in this city a number of times be foreAdvocate T TilE homo of tho latJohn F Cash on Drfnville Avenue is for solo private ly The residence is large commodious and In good repair There are 29jE acres in tho lot For further particulars call on H C Baughman at tho First Na tional flank or James N Cash Tur nersville THERE were 16 applicants for gradu ntlon hero on Jan 1W and 27 preparatory toll entrance in the high school to be established hero this year for the colored Thirteen passed being pupils of W DTardif F L Steppe J F Owens and M E Jarman Thero will bo another examination on the second Friday and Saturday in May Pupils passing these examinations will be ad mitted free In said high school We are arranging for n high school hero for white pupils throughout the county who muy enter freo when they shall have passed an examination for gradu anon in tho common school branches I will be glad to see many enter tho May examination G Singleton Sept SONGET The contract to build a new court house for Lincoln county has virtually been awarded to Fritz Krueger Son of Mt Vernon for tho sun of 35045 Their bid was accepted but with the understanding that their work at other points in the State showed that they could fulfil tho contract acceptably Squire James McKcchnie and Mr J R Powell wero chosen a committee to vis it townswhere Krueger Son have had contracts and inspect their work and if it proves satisfactory the Mt Vernon controcUjig firm will build our courthouso There wore a dozen bidders and their figures ranged from Krueger Sons bid to 49290 Tho courthouse will be n magnificent brick building and we aro glad to know that tho committee decided to have two wings Work will begin on it after the February term of court is over and it is hoped that it will be completed for tho November term Mr Fritz Krue ger the senior member of tho successful firm came to Lincoln county from Germany 24 years ago a very poor man but by hard work has amassed quito n snug fortune Ho moved to Mt Ver non 15 years ago lie runs a big storo thero but devotes the greater portion of his time to contracting Ho built the Leslie county courthouse and two stores at Hydcn built largo school houses at EJ 1 Bernstadt Manchester Harlan Pil ville Inez Prestonburg and other points We have known him for many years and have confidence in him both as a man and a contractor a y Yom Th I i 1 1O Cents I For extra good quality Hamburg Edge 0 inches wide This would sell inn regular way for 16o to 26cTltis special price is for this lot as long- as they last I I r wt- s r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD iiIIFOUR rooms in my homo on Logan av enuo for rent Mrs Bun Withers BOTH of the banks are closed today Friday on account of Lincolns birth day celebrntionI WANTED a firstclass farm hand Must como well recommended Dr Hugh Reid Stanford Two No3 Oliver typewriters built over and with a years guarantee for sale Price JG each M A Johnson Stanford Tim creditors of Col T P Hill are notified that their claims must be flied with us as required by law at once P 6l McKoberta and J B Paxton Exors I THE late primary election left no sore spots on mo I am very thankful to those who voted for me and have no ill will against thoso who did not I am heartily for the ticket that was nomi nated and will do all 1 can to carry It through in November J F HOLDAM REDUCED RATES vii QUEEN CUE CENT ROUTE To Now Orleans and Mobile Tickets on sale February 17th Marchy1st with extension privilege March 13th 1009 For particulars ask Ticket Agents or address II C King G P A Lex ington Ky IN a shooting bee between John liar ris Rout and Sam Owens Rocker both colored In Macksvllle two brothers of shotbyllocko cr who missed his adversary Neither Is badly hurt Both Harris and hooker are under bond for their appearance at their trial Monday 0 TilE moving picture show at Waltons Opera House continues to draw good crowds The Passion Play Tuesday night was witnessed by hundreds of people who went away greatly pleased It will be presented gain tonlght FridayA good bill was advertised for last night Thursday including n wrest ling match between Claude Bibb and Lloyd Perrin WILL TMr M S Baugh man will contest the nomination of Mr W L McCarty who on tho face of the returns was nominated for sheriff In the primary Saturday by a majority of 14 Mr Baughman charges many irregularities such as voting republi cans and men who do not live in Lin coin county Ho has engaged the ser vices of Messrs P M McRoberts and George B Snuflcy to represent him PROF AND MRS J W IRELAND en tertained tho faculty of the Stanford Graded School at an elegant dinner par ty on Wednesday evening The dinner was beautiful in every appointment tho decorations of maiden hair fern and pink carnations being very effective A silver candelabra with pink shades and the fern leaves radiating from the center made a beautiful center piece Tho place cards the work of tho host ess were very artistic Covers were laid for if including Misses Ballbu McKinney Dunn Fettro Eaton Pal mer Adams Mrs Phillips Prof Wig ginton Prof and Mrs Ireland HURRAH DINK1Away back in the last century when we lived in Stan ford n good old democrat and clever citizen with the rather unusual name of Dink Farmer took it Into his head that he would like to be jailer of the fine old county of Lincoln and there upon shied his castor into the primary ring for tho contest about to be pulled off Tho election day came and Dink was a few votes shy of the nomination but he good naturedly accepted the ar bitrament of tho preliminary passage at arms declared himself for the nominee and announced his candidacy for tho office four years hence How many times ho has been a candidate before tho primaries this deponent is unable to say but they are many very many In the primary Saturday ho was again as usual a candidate for tho jailers place and wo are glad to state came under tho wire a certain winner for which everybody who knows tho persistence and quality of his democracy will rejoice The ftresult proves that if you dont at first succeed try try again and you will get there if like Dink you dojiot pout over defeat but accept it with good grace andpull oil your coat for your successful oppo nent Hurrah for Dink I May ho get there with both feet and warm them for the four succeeding years at the fire in the jailers handsome resi denceState Journal Frankfort J M CRESS phoned us yesterday that John C Poppies got 78 instead of 13 votes in Crab Orchard precinct No1 In his race for assessor This raises his majority to 281 DOES it advertise Well we should say It does John C Poppies ran a big display advertisement in the L J and defeated a field of seven in the raco for assessor by 21G votes rho Indiana House of Representa times passed to engrossment both the Kleckner and Tomlinson bills which provide for the repeal of tho county local option law The former is tho Demo cratic platform bill which substitutes township and ward local option and the latter a compromise measure providing incorporated town and city ward option Two prominent Chicagoans Charles G Wicker and Ray Hackney and a guide William Phillips of Naples Fla were drowned in the Gulf of Mexico near Naples Fin A sailboat in which they were cruising capsized The California Assembly by 43 to 31 decided to reconsider the Johnson anti Japaneso school segregation bill which was passed last week President Roosevelt and party will remain at Hodgenvlllo only 21 hours to day They are scheduled to arrive at 12 and depart at 230 r si J D Eads Son sold to L P Yan dell of Boyle 50 615pound cattle at 465 itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form sf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis M- oL L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I gravelaudthe Stanford pike Improvements and fencluC good plenty of water and fruit Also l5 none of 11 mix red land ono mile Knit of McKlnney haltendurfeneeplenty of water and good tobacco land Nee grow ngcrop J AUIVKNH Agent McKlnmiey Ky Moving Pictures AT WaltonsOpera House Every light Chunge of Pictures Nightly Ad mission 5c Hoport of the Condition of r LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at Stanford Ky In tho Htato of Kentucky nt the clo e of business Feb fi 1VU0 HK8OUUCKH Loans and Discounts f aoi ia sy Overdrafts secured nnd unsecured 12256 U U H Bonds to secure circulation GOWUOO hands securIties etc SWXI o0 Banking house furniture and Ilx ture aaoorow M Hw Duo from Nattonallhtnketnotre survengenti eiraa0 Due from Htiite A Private flanks and Hankers Trust Compa 75DuoDue rrtervengents srmco Checks another cash Item lt si Notes of other National Hunks MHO Fractional pnpvrcurrencynlckels J7Lllwlul15tttlII1Rgnl Ia7t 00- I redemption fund with U H Treas urer la per ct of circulation 2IlOO ro 1JjIU 1- 3JInILITIIt1 Capital stock pall In S 60000 ro- Hurplul fund 88000 00 Undivided pronto less expenses and true paid 104 73 National Hank notcsoutktandliig 60iU W Due to other Nat Hanks 3KJ 25- Due to Ntato hank and hanker Individual sub ject to check 15WS91 43 213074 00 Notes and Hills Hedltcounted- lleserved for true 7i 78 1381414 1- 8Htntoof Kentucky County of Lincoln ss I W M Hrluht Cashier of the above named hank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the bent of my knowl edgeand belief W M HKioitTOashler- Hubscrlbed and sworn to lx foro mo this 10th day ot Feb loot J J Mel to born NI Correct Attest J II 011111 B It Bhanks JB Paxton Directors ixSriR ax 3 i 5 Cents For good Jino of patterns of Linen Laces Patterns in tliits otavortli 1 and 15c We ofler any in this lot for Cc per yard I KY t L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I t Spring Oxfords Its a little early but we have a beautiful line in nil styles colors and prices such as 2 strap colonial combination 1etrnp 1 c These are in the latest colors wine bloodgolden brown c They have already begun to sell Como in and make your election before the stock is picked over Vo willen deavor at all times to have our goods in tho bouse as soon if not sooner than any ono else nnd we intend to give you the best that the market can afford at tho lowest possible prices Mako our store your headquarters while in town and we will convince you that we have the quality and our prices are right i HUGHES MARTIN COs Dry Goods Notions Shoes IIISTANFORD KENTUCKY I FIFED SEEDS J t+ t+t+++ ttThe very best the market affords at Prices that are right for SPOT CASH weE Perkins Crab Orchard Watch This Space Next Is 1 sue for Bargains in UpV t to Date Goods u P Charles Wheeler Emporium i HUSTONVILLE KY 1 e GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale I VIA QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good Returning Until Hay 31st 1909 Write tot rattt and folder B C KING CPA 101 E This St Lcxintflca Ky I I l r w THiI The Interior Journal 3tINGOndClm8 matter t 4L N TINE TABLi No 21 Mouth lllre r M- f NoSI Mouth line A M NoNortbUIO H No H North 6W P M ffoTT M7HNo 2v JOS Sec RICE Agent The Truth i Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand rl rufi or form of skin or scalp di- seasccanfindrelicfandbepermanent P+ I ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid 1 r external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICE I Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRbberta Drug Store in t the Owsley Building I tr t hiwris Ttbacco and Tobacco jJ larns J 1Nothing But insurance t t w JessWearenf sTANFORD KY r rndo CO hone ba oaice 4 Insure with me and be fully protectedti Fox U1sa hnndsonie Inrgo young Jersey Dull de rotu u lonii and unbroken lino of 1fthomost noted bulls and cows on the Is and Atnertcn Hliof Jersey England slre li ono bull ever imported t la a ihow cow that has given 65 1poundlof rich milk In ono day If you be 1IeteIdke begets Like or the Mkrneisof t some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser He will be allowed to serve n limited of approved registered cows out 1Iceof our own hero this year for n fee of Mako engagement before vending l cow to bo bred h OTTER r Telflpbone so have to offer three extra bull calves that will be sold at right pricosl t s At McKinney Ky- I You find our Htnndard theG greateatblooluudllrermedlctneyotknownlnenseof I ney Trouble and nil diseases arising from I Impuroblood It has no equal It Is manu factured under the pure food act of June a f 1K 5 and cuaranteed by the manufacturer 1 i tbo 1s taken according to directions and If he or she Is not benefited by the us Remedy we will refund your- pnckag money do nothing more Knob Joftho 91 doses with n registered guaran nuilllng cord with full Instructions it to uuy address by nail on re 1eelptof ti per package or six packages for 4 Iletterordera box today If in It time you might sure n big doctors bill llemeniborlf you take the Remedy accord t ing to instructions and lire not oonelltrd you et your dollar back You will not and the remedy In drug stores for sale It sold only by our duly authorized agents tIs UEUUKN WILLIAMS Agent I WYit1l WoiJuyI 1Eiit1D S8 and r WOO Feathers Tallow Beetwu Clateof Golden Se UYiBowRot MijrApple Wild Ginger eta We arc dealers IDjt nets of coouxBMcn merchaati Rtfeivoce nr llioVin LouinZc ftefoxwally price till tad Ijpping lair A13aboi Sons 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY ff JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They t willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY i J C McClary I i IIIf ore Pone 167 HomelPhone Sd 5 rTit ltI DEPARTMENTI a fouryearold honjo mule for 165 Twentysix acres of unimproved land ne Shelbyvillo sold at 150 an aero FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1903 crop J B Walker Richmond Ky FOR SALEOne good milkcow Fresh Mrs Catherine McCJary Stan ford Ky At Carlisle W D McIntyre sold 30 Hereford calves at 2715 and four mules at 170 I have 13 coming twoyearold mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henry Catron R F D No1 Stanford Bond Bros of Anderson county bought of Rod Warfield 24 mules at 225 They Will be shipped South A Chicago firm has been awarded contract to supply tho British army with corned beef for a period of three yearsLogan Logans flouring mill a Shelbyvllle sold for 8930 at auction- S L Prewitt of Perryville was tho purchaserWheat May delivery touched a new high record mark for the season when it Bold in Chicago Tuesday at 111 per bushel Charles Ganglon has sold his 150acre farm three miles from Ottenheim on the Ottenheim and Waynesburg road to an Illinois man The John Curtis Place in Fayette county consisting of 220 acres was purchased by W M Moore at decretal sale for 11650 an acre FOR SALEA good combined mare eight years old kind and gentleand ago looker Black In color and suita ble for family use Colonel Gooc- hKlngsvllleKy A black sow weighing about 300 pounds came to the W H Shanks farm about a month ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Ed Miller Stanford The farmers of South Christian coun ty who are dissatisfied with the pres ent management of the Planters Pro tective Association have issued a call for a massmeeting of all the tobacco growers of the county to be held Sat urday afternoon at Hopkinsvillo The call recites that the present system of dishone esty and Is breaking up the organiza tion KINGSVILLE Thomas Taylor was In Somerset las week Samisicek school Monday The Maccabees will have an supper and entertainment hero Satur day night Feb20 J W Thompson bought of Thomas Taylor a nice building lot on the North side of Kingsville and will build a dwell ingV C GUIiland and W C Brown came home from Lexington to vote in tho primary Saturday They returned to Lexington Tuesday The wave of prosperity we have been looking for since Nov 3 will be here next Fall Our men have all been cutoff of public work and will farm- MATRIMONIAL Theodore Rogers aged 25 and Miss Cynthiana Simpson sweet 16 were married at John Sampsons on the 11th A man who has just been sent to the penitentiary from Chicago for swindling is to have 50 wives in as many cities of the country from whom he has gotten at least 500000 John E Madden was granted a divorce by Judge Parker at Lexington The court ignored the decree issued at Cincinnati three years ago by which Mrs Madden was granted a divorce She has since married Louis V Bell and Maddens attorneys contand that it will be necessary for her to have an other ceremony performed in order to legalize the marriage Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope saM threo doctors to Mrs M 12 Fisher Detroit Mich sutTerlngfromsoverorectaltrou ble lies in an operationIItben I used Dr Kings Now Life Pills sho writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa tion Headache 23o at Pennys Drug- Store A Virginia jury took it to the Lord in prayer and then found a verdict of death for the accused who will proba blylose all faith In the efficacy of pray crStato Journal- Thecleverestim of real Coffee over yet made Is Dr Shoops Health I CotTeo 1tY fine in flavor and Is maJe In just one minute No tedious I 20 or 30 tnirtutes boiling Made tram pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample trod Sold by Pennys Drug Store I A dog having several teeth in front three being of bridge work the rppertyof IL Murphy of Pitts hurg a boy and owner was held for court in 300 bail Foloy a OrlnO Laxative cures constl pation and liver trqubleaud makes the bowels healthy and regular Orino Is superior to pills and tablets as ltdoes not grlpedr nauseate Why talio- anythingolse New Stanford Drug V f I si jI Notice To ContractorsI Letting Monday Lich i 09 Notice is hereby given that r as Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday March 1 1000 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county Ky All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone dull gravel must be sealed and filed with rue on or before 10 oclock A M Monday March 11009 nt Stanford Kynnd no bids will bo received after that time Contracts will bo let to the lowest and beet bidders and contractors thoafaithful performance of their contracts and for nil penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within the time and under the conditions hereinafter mentioned tStanford Danville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattio Whites gate 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Mrs Whites gate to Boyle county lino 30 rods of stone or gravel Stanford S Rush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford t Lancaster piko to Rush Branch 35 rods of stone Same hoc 2 front Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods of stone or 30 rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford it Huston villo pike to Hanging Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel Same Sic 2 from Hanging Pork to Danville it Hustonville pike 20rods gravel Stanford Milledgovillo piko Sec 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to McCormapks Church 10 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from McCormacks Church to Milledgovillo rods of gravel Stanford Preachcrsvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Wilkersons Branch 20 rods of stone Saine See 2 from Wilkersons Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko 20 rods of stone Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Baughmans gate 40 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Baughmoua gate to Bywaters gnto 15 rods of atone or 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 3 front Bywatcra gate to Crab Orchard 25 rods of stoneor gravel Stanford it Ottenheim pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Wayucsburg piko to J G Lynns 20 rods of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from J G Lynns to Boones shop 15 rods stono or gravel Same Sec 3 from Boonos shop to Ottenheim 10 rods of gravel Stanford it Dix River Sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to lindens Switch 10 rods of gravel Same See 2 from Hadens Switch to Traylors lane 30 rods of gravel Same Sec 3 from Traylors limo to Gar rani line 20 rods of i Stanford it Lancaster piko Sccl from Stanford to Logans lane 20 rods ofstone or 25 rods of gravel Same Sco 2 from Logans lane to Garrard line 15 rods or gravel Stanford it Wnyncshurg pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ottcnhoim piko 15 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Ottenheim piko to May wood road nt foot CarterstStore 20 stone rom to ons Schoolhouse 15 rods of stone Same Sec C from Hutchisons School house to Butts Store 15 rods of stone Same Sec G from Units Store to Kingsville pike 20rods of stone Same Sec 7rom Kingsvilo pike to George Gaines 15 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Gaines to G W Waynesburgr8 rods of gravel Stanford it Hustonville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs Store 30 rods ofstone Same Sec 2 from Cashs Store to Hanging Fqrk 30 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Hanging Fork to Huetouville 10 rods of stone or 50 rods gravel- IIustonvillo tL Coffeys Mill pike Sec 1 from Hustnnvillo to Wm Car sons 20 rods of stone Or gravel Same Sec 2 from Wm Carsons to Mt Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel gravelHustouville piko 50 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle county lino 50 rods gravel Hustouville it Carpenters Greek pike 40 rods of stone or GO rods of gravel Hustonville it McKinney pike 10 rods of gravel McKinney it Cofleys Mill pike Sec 1 from South Fork pike to tollgate 20 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from tollgate to Fair place 10 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Fair place to Mt Bajein 40 rods of stone Satue Sec1 from Mt Salem to Casey line 15 rods of stone McKinney it Turnersville pike from McKinney to John Murphys 30 rods of gravel 1 McKinney South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel Turnersville it McKinnoy pike 50 rods of gravel Turnersville it McCormuoks pike Sec 1 from Turnorsvillo to f ara Helms 8 rule of gravel Same Sec 2 from Sam Helms to 0 Bishop 8 rods gravel Same Sec 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick 10 rode pf gravel Black pike 15 rods of gravel Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Crab Orchard to G W Evans place 30 rolls stone Same Sec 2 from Evans place to Garrard lino25 rods of stone Crab Orchard GlmppelPs Qap pike whole road jJp ails of stone or gravel i x Danville it Lancaster pike 20 rods of stolid Lincoln it Boyle pike 5 rods of gravel tKingsvillo it Pleasant Pointjriko Stc U2Q rods of gravel Same Soc 2 from Casey county rond to Kngavjllo 20 rods offs gravel Rowland Cut Ofrpike 10 rolls of gravel A rod of stono or gravelshall consist of 225cilbiq feet v Hand broken stone and gravel must bo on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1000 All gravel must bo end before Oct 15 1009 All metal is to be measured by thesuporvisorl who may designate when and wbrcit is tobo spread Allcrushed stone must be spread not later than Jan i 1010 All stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces nut to exceed two inches in diameter The grovel must bo clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney it Cofleys Mill dike and Turnersvillo it McKinney piko must bo from Green River The court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size or Duality Bidders must say whether stone will bo broken 1Ihanl1or crushed The supervisor reserves the right to reject any and alljbids Blank florins on which bids may be inado cdn bo obtained from the County Clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained at tho County Clerks ofHeea Lincoln county QwnsnTock crisper hud contractors will bo permitted to use it at iper rod rl s K DVDDERAR Couutytr S 1 1 iw tr a j 6 r Slearanee Sale sv f All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 811 48 815 Coat flow I 48 812 CO Coat now 8 48 810 Cont how G D8 S20 Suit now 815 48 817 50 Suit now 1218 815 Suit now I 18 812 50 Suits now 8 08 810 Suit now 0 48 87 50 Suit l1ow4 lB 85 Suit now 3 t8 I ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now 89 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 10 Coat now G 08 87 60 Coat now 4 08 S 5 Coat now 3 48 84 00 High Top ShX8 83 48 83 CO JOSh Top 8hbcs 82 08 500 heavy fleeced lined under wear 300iMcnV Felt loots Mensnnd ens Rubbers All reduced accord 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