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Lincoln's Life In Tabloid. 1800-B- orn near HodKcnvillo, Ky., wllh his family to Spencer county, Indlann. 1818-Dof hi mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln. of Thomas 1819 Second marrlaRO Lincoln, his father, nt Kllrabethtown, Ky.i tho brldo being Mrs. Salllo Hush Johnson, family removes to Illinois. Lincoln makes flat-botrip to New Orleans. I.ocatea at Now Salem, III. In Illack Hawk war. Defeated In raco for LeRlslaturc. 1832-Mpostmaster nt New Salem. assistant to county 1834 Ilocomcs aurveyor. Elected to Legislature from Sangamon county. election to tho Lcjlila-turond cath 1830-I.lnc- oln'a 1831-Abra- ham at 1832-Cap- tain ado ISiC-Seco. 1837-LIcc- nsed STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. BRODHEAD. FEBRUARY 12. 1909. MIDDLEDURG. MO. 98, NEWS WOTKS. Clinton county, 2,000. Mosrs. Dick and Jap Albright wero In Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Ind., went dry by Fob. 12. ' to practfeo law. 1838 Third election to the Legislarrcsidential elector on Harrison Fourth election to tho Legisla- ture 1810 Nov. 4 to Mary Todd. to Congress. to tho Philadelphia National Convention. 1850 AssUta In formation of Republican party. 1858-Jo- int debate with Stephen A. Defeated for tho United Douglas. 1M2-Mnrrled 184G-Ele- ctcd gatc 188-Dele- ticket. ture. States Senate. IBGONomlnated and elected to tho presidency. as March 1863 4 president on proclama- Issues emancipation tion. to tho presidency. down by J. Wilkes Hooth, April 1 i. dying tho following day. interred at Springfiold, III . May 1&G4 18G5-S- ltot ns tth. to tiimiuootrn;wai kept In lied for flo weeks Hlol poison from a spider' tilm cau.el large, deep sores to dw-tor- n Washington Onco Gave Up failed, then cover hi leg. Tlio "ltueklen's Arnica Salvo completely cured mo," writes John Washington, of Uoque lllv, Tex. For vczcina, bolls burns and pile Its ttupreroo. 23c at IVnny'n Drug Store. Jowl, greens, poached eggs. hoo cakes and Spring onions for dinner. boy Wc feel as frisky as n when he holds his girl's hand for thu -- Glasgow Time. llrst time. Pneumonia often follows la grlpie but never follows the u&o of Foley's Honey and Tar. for la grippe coughs and deep seated eolds. Itefuso any but tits genuine In the jellowpackage. New Stanford Drug Co. Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppe .i .i "If the funeral hain't been satisfactory to jou. you needn't pay thu bill A Haltimore undertaker advertises: Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I Cini-eilrMri't""'!! urluitflv mj itto. kif liutl-,- . go.l an ml ltimUiire. IMilnii Will Irnolra nlwiiH lJM. ltrioil-t- ll lirnltli. di:o. it. iioi'i'rii.Hiniifura, Ky. rr It aclenliuC preparation fe Kmnt lichlnir inttacllv cause skir and destroys the germs that.I.1.t V ft .1.1... diseases. tsczem qjiciy yum- - in1 permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for simple. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. Penny's Drug Kloro. ZEMO, ....... t Eczema . is Curable The Joseph Prlca Sanatorium, North IjuiciuIit Htriut, Stanford, Kontucky. I'or TrvuttiM'lit of Jllm ' of tli Kj i'. No, TliriNit. l.iir, i,ciilUi-- l rlnur), llielnl m.i .in. y i -r M..,.' ., w Mult iii it ml- Murci'n ... When Ordering Clothes fJIUfclH'B Mlilrliplntiily Imllriitu tliwy wro e Miuriin'iuiiro. lVlllnWotrilu jour iniiu-lirnt, tup fur ualrn troimr, fniic.v " riiutanml uercoai(i. rnuwm plii oil liiuul ri'iiJy for your IiiitIIoii. II, O. UUl'I.KY.TlJoTallor, rttuiUiiril, Ky, x imiifcuro taken It liyiilnllnrnf liiU l!i.o souririu.ii u lifthfr u .liti i........ thu Urn- lirlot hutlm. null or In. lit Mtliilltl.wtilug llllll ..in 1...... Unit. -. Will Mill" liJ 1IL Safeguard the Future V? UUiml fur ! Tin affit, iiiri'tt amiuinot uiliviuuto iollcjr III la tliu futuru m ii iifo The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life It U ronaptcuuua for iroiiiiiiilrul ltaiolluy cuiitruiu. Mr iIkhIIiik with It iiH'iulwra mill ureu roturua holilura. to policy Tliw coinimityUJuat Biiturtmc Hi of u ucotaiful uutlmmt curi'r llli mure lu Uticulti county then Hillcy holder .11 other coiupunltia coiiiUiieU. Wrtlo fur whutbrr mar- lartU'ulHrvaVulluic SIXTY FOURTH YEAR Tho Phoenix Hotel at Lexington Mrs. J. J. Smith, of Hlatt. Is very placo at Yoicmito on tho 20th. Tho sick, Mrs. Virgil Martin has been III bo remodeled and enlarged. but Is bettej. Joseph Binlngcr, of Daytorj, O., warrant was sworn out by Mrs. James Thn friends of Wells, a sister-in-laUev. C C. Wilson closed a week's hung himself nt Newport. Harvey Davis, nged 77, Is dead at both parties regret the affair greatly, meeting at Maretaburg Monday. Uev. as both are good citizens Sipple filled tho pulpit at tho McthodUt Marrowbone, Cumberland county. One day last week Mnjor and Bob Georgo Ferguson, of Clinton county, church Sunday and Sunday night. Xcnoplion Kmerick, the Btono mason, lost his store by fire. Incendiarism is Kites started a wild cat on High Ridge, 2 miles East of here, and after chasing has just gotten out n car load of rock suspected. that it for some time it nttempted to take News comes from Breathitt from the quarry on G. E Painter's farm. Tho rock is for Itobert Collier, Beach Hargis has been sent to a sani- refuge in n holo in the mountains when Major, who was closo at hand, seized it of Crab Orchard. Mr. C. will noon erect tarium in Ijouisvillo. by the hind legs and held it until the All tho countlei of tho First CongrcH-slonn Inrtro resijenco In Crab Orchard on district havo been organized into dogs came up and killed tho tot known as tip) Huchanan lot. Miss Mollfe Tilford is tho guest of If every one in this neck of the woods school improvement leagues. Lamprccht Bros. & Co., bankers nnd Miss Salena Jones nnd other friends raises tobacco who says ho will, tho markets will.surcly bo glutted. Near brokers, filed a deed of assignment In here. Sam Jones and Will Watkins ly every farmer says ho Is going to tho insolvency court at Cleveland, O. will go to New Mexico in a few days. M. Morrdcs, the Miss Nora Reynold, of Morcland, who raise rnoro or less of tho woed, but the only ono who has made any Btart to noted French poet, was found dead In has been visiting Mrs. J. T. Short at Yosemlte, hns returned homo. Herward doing so is V. K. Shlvcl, who has tho railway tunnel at Saint Germain. Four miners wero fatally burned by bert Benson Is confined to his bed, nnwri aeed. Granvlllo Owens, president of the an explosion of a keg of powder In the threatened with pneumonia. The campaign for the republican Hansford Telephono Co., Informs us Gaylord mlno, near Wheeling, W. Va. that his company will soon begin tho Ono man was killed and many persons nomination for circuit judgo in this disconstruction of a lino from this place to were injured when the Chicago flyer of trict is getting to ho Interesting before tho upper Negro creek neighborhood. the Illinois Central ran into nn open It is fairly begun. There aro already three candidates and the fight has At present a lifje ! being constructed switch at Coldwatcr, Miss. At a meeting of stockholders of tho reached the "card writing" stage. from Level Green through the SouthChesapeako and Ohio railroad, at Rich- Printer's ink is being used without ern part of tho county. Kvangelist S. A. Barnes, of Danville, mond, Va.. the recent Usuo of $30,000,- - Btlnt and the papers will likely do a land office business before tho battle is will preach at tho Baptist church Sat- 000 of bonds was approved. d urday night and Sunday. It is likely girl of Bolivar, Pa., over. An Tho question of issuing bonds to pro that a protracted, meeting will begin suicided by shooting because her mothSunday. Tho Baptists of this place are er had died and sho was left nlono to vide suitable buildings nnd equipment without a pastor and next Saturday be- take caro of her litt(o sister. for tho graded school was voted on here ing regular monthly meeting, probably Jack BInns, the wireless operator of Saturday and lost. The advocates of Kepuhlic, was presented the question did little or nothing to win Bomo ono will be selected to servo dur- tho with an address by the Mayor of Peter- their ficht, but the opposition was well ing thh year. organized and loft no stone unturned in It. NcUon Owens, of Salem, Ind., borough. Eng , his nativo town. was visiting relatives here nnd in Mt The Federal grand jury completed Its their effort to get votes. They came Vernon. Mr. Owens is n unlive of litis probe into the ullrged ttmlr thefts almost in a body and nearly voted out county but moved to Indiana years ago and frauds in the Choctaw Indiana na before but fow of thoso favoring the and began working In stone, at which tion at Muskogeo and returned 27 truo proposition arrived. At the close the Ho now bills. ho has been very successful. vote stood 06 for nnd 54 against. There Mary Armstrong, of wero a few infrocent spats indulged in, manages a largo monumental establishment. Ho is it brother to Geo. Owene, Boyle, attempted to start tho kitchen but for the moat part good feeling premanager of tho Mt. Vernon Monument lire with coal nil nnd was horribly burn vailed. As the question lost, the trus al Works. ed about the facn in the explosion that tees will be compelled to rent the Normal College building in Kcv. A. J. Piko has been retained as followed. pastor of Freedom church for tho ensuThree leading olllcers of postal em which to teach the school for at least ing year. Tho regular meeting day has ployes organization have been given two years, when a vote can again be liern changed from tho second to the ten days in which to defend themselves taken on the bond question. The board first Sunday in each month. Owing to against charges of lobbying for bills ef trustees is composed of Dr. J. T Wesley, Q. R. Jones, Ja9on Coffey, C. the extremely cold weather tho fifth before Congress. Sunday meeting, which was to have The grand jury at Lyons, N. II., has T. Luster and W. P. Wesley, and they been held at Freedom Jan. 31, was Indicted Mrs. Georgia A. Sampson for are men of good business sense and postponed until the 5th Sunday In May. murder In the first degree, alleging that have the welfare of the community nt Charley 1'ike, son of Kcv. A. J. Tike, she killed her husband, Harry, nephew heart, so no ono need fear that the best and n brakeman on tho L. & N. between of Admiral Sampson. will not be. dono. Corbln and Knoxville, sustained a very Fire of unknown origin destroyed the painful Injury a few days ago. In step- plant of the Paris Manufacturing Co. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. ping from a car his foot turned on u Loss $10,000 with $3,000 insurance. Tho W. II. Hixon, formerly of London, is rolling rock, spraining his ankle badly. workmen lost all their tools, valued in dead at Raton, N. M. Ho is in a hospital at Corbin. His sit- the aggregate at $D00. young Campbell Fallis, a ter, Miss Eliza, is waiting on him. It Gov. Willson has appointed Gen. man of Anderson, county, died at his is thought he can be brought home this Roger Willliams, of Lexington, chief home In Tyrone. week. marshal of the Lincoln centenary celeA. R. Humble, of Somerset, has bration and has ordered Lieut. Col. bought 200 acres of valuable coal and To The Voters Of Lincoln County. Gregory, of the First Kentucky, to timber land in Whitley and will open a A famous writer has said: "Our take command of the militia on duty mine at once. prcntrat lrlorv consists not in never fall that day. citizen of Fred Britton, a ing, but In rising every timo wo fall." A Frankfort dispatch says: An officer Harrodsburg, died in terriblo agony af I have sought tno nomination for cir brought five prisoners for tho peniten- ter drm ing what is said'to havo been cuit clerk nt your hands nnd havo met tiary from(CIay county to day, but they a solution of Jamaica ginger as a subdefeat. I havo made a clean fight from wero refused admission by Warden stitute for whisky. first to last, a fight entirely free from Mudd, nt the penitentiary on account A largo rock rolling on the L. & N. tho Inlluenco of money or whisky. I of their condition. The prison officials track near Wasiota, Bell county, caushave made tho race strictly on my own say that tho officer nnd tho prisoners, ed a freight wreck in which Brakeman merits and not on the demerits of any one nf whom was a woman, wero all Lee Berkely and Engineer Jas. Wright one else. 1 hnvo neither said nor done under tho influence of liquor. When wero seriously Injured. nnything that would injure either of my refused admission at tho prison gates, Tho roller skating business is dead opponents in tho final election. I am tho sextet started toward tho western almost every where. Lexington had moro than grateful to tho democrats part of tho city. two Immense rinks which wero liberally Roby Baskln, a young Negro, tho patronized for months but both havo for tbo sunnortL'iven mu in the primary ami promlsu them that 1 am for my suc murderer of Rev. W. T. Hudson, was shut down for good and all. lynched by a mob nt Houston, Miss. A cessful opponent in November. Robert Conners, postmaster at Dcsda, crowd of determined citizens took tho in Wayne county, who killed Deputy Very truly jours, LCSLin ANDEIIhON. Negro from the jail and hanged him to Shoriff Iver Haramon, a fow weeks ago, a nearby tree. Sherifi Bean, of Okolo-n- died from tho wounds inflicted by Ham- o Soldier Balks Death Plot. arrived on tho scene just as tho mon, who shot Conners five times. to J. A. Stone, a civil war It breathed his last and mado a strong . triitin-nnnf Iwiiili. Til v.. Unit u lllot protest that he had not been treated The Secret of Longr Life. oxIhU'cl lietneen a desperate. lung trou- - right. Leaders of tho mob said they A French seientUt has dUcovoied bio und tho gruo to vau-- o bU duatu. hail not been given n speedy trial of one secret of long life HI method "I uontracud a btubborn cold," ho the Negro as promised. deaU with tho Hood Hutl long ago writes, "that do eloped a eough that of Americans had proved Foloy'si Honey and ITnr clears tho millions htuuktoinu. In fniitoof nil romedleh, Electric Hitters prolong life und Htop-- , tho Irritation In for jears ,My weight ran down to 130 air patsageii, living. It purifies, en Soothe) tint tnllnmed makes It worth nmimls. Tluin I beiran to use Dr. tho throat. tho blood, re inembruues, and tho moit lobstlnnto riches and vltallefcells, imparts life Khiir's Now DlscoNurv. which restored builds wasted nervo my health completely. I now weigh eough disappears. Sore, and icllamed and ton6 to tho entire system, ltsl a 1.8 notiiids." For soero tolils. ob lungs aiubealcdandbtrengthcned.and uodsond to weak, sick and debilitated tho cold Is expelled from tlm system. htlnuto CouirhH, Hemorrhages, Asth people. "Ividnoy trouble had flighted ma, and to picumt I'ncumonia It's Refuse, any but tho genuine in tho )ol my life for months," writes w. m. unrivaled tOo and cl. Trial bottle low package. New Stanford Drug Co Stan man, ofCushlng, .Mo, "but.Kleo-trifree. Guarantied by lVnnj'a Drug daughter of Joshua Hitters cured mo entirely " Only A bturu. Olmtreo, livjng near Gouverneur, N. 60o. at Penny's Drug Store. The Sacramento Uco hits tho nail on V., was seized by nn eaglo and carried Mistress I seo you: have only ono tho head in a recent declaration that upward. When an outcry was made cbalr in tho kitchen. I'll get you an "Iho interference of tho liquor interests the bird dropped the child on tho roof other. in local government is largely to blamo of a barn. Bridget-Sh- uro you )T needn't mind, for tho prohibition wave that is sweep Preventive thoo Candy Cold Cuio ma'am. I never havo any but gentle ing over tho country, and which gains Tablfti. lll safely and quickly check men callers. its strength not so much from abstain oall eoldB and tho Grip. Trjthem era as from Intelligent drinkingcitizens, onco nnd hoc Hexamethylonetetraralne Sold by Penny a who seo tho danger of liquor control." Drug Store. Tho above Is the namo of a German If the whisky men would livo up to tho Judgo Anderson, in the United States chemical, which Is one of tho many law instead bl defying It and attempt District Court at Chicago, issued an valuablo Ingredients of Foley's Kid Ing to run the government, there would order for a venire of 150 men to appear noy Itemedy. Hoxamotbylenutetra-Illinoi- s not bo that growing dissatisfaction February 25 for service in tho retrial of recognized by medical tex't tho Standard UU 2VJ4U,U(XI line case. with the traffic. al James Winkle, who lives on Doo Creek, has been arrested on a charge of will detaining n woman. His trial will tako Official Vote Lincoln Co. Primary, 1909. Co.Atiy. Vi Tn - ;.' '. PRECINCTS M t rn dddK AiK-ino- Coroin l. SltnforJ No. I 142 511 551 15, Stanford No. 2 120 33 56J 7i Stanford No. 3 121 W. 5 9: 3d 69 35 Stanford No. 4 Crab Orchard, 1121 47 41 97 Crab Orchard, 21119 62) 40 92, Huilonville No. II QJI24 141 M Huitsnville No. 2 571161109 24 Huilonville No, 3102 79151 W WaynwLurgNo I 7ti 751 60 21 Waynedmrg No 2114 47 46 Waynetburg No 3 57 49 35 19, (73 Majority 420 U 32 2aioq II, ft 159 42i 44 42l 7 11 11 61 99 2 54 79'l I 62 I7l90l 72) 26! 13,167 23 I6JI03 71 23 Gild 22 27)22 81 14, 761 54 891 nviu on A J C.MUi b 29 22,131 i I0! p u ut (J42l 31 19 64, 45 13 m 14' 17 38 10 3 65 10916 4 54 69 14 4 63 61 IS t iw 3 9 71 32 13 3. 42 31 45 13 II ZJ 113 d, 5020 2ll25 ! trt 14 5 70 65 62 22 79 63 72107 I 18 IV, 36 9 62) 6H43 I 04 II 29 29, 4q 5I 58 10, 18 34 461. 14 n 13 27 5428 W 7024 3D, M 4336 5ft 3819 3 48, 8 34 1412 301 l4J Bl 5 41 9 " 523 2K "; 1 Catullc-Ahraha- J. 143; J. Zora Ward Moore wai elected magistrate in the Cab Orchard district over L. K. Weill. Moore Welb. 1 17. K. Helm, Sr wai elected magistrate in the Hutlonville district over W. M. Dudderar and P. Smkh. Helm, 225; Smith, '1 58; Dudderar. 146. I 7 AT eight-year-ol- COST. order to make room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily, we will sell at absolutely Cost for the next In j ' ' H d 30 DftYS. Our stock of Winter Goods, sisting of con- well-know- n well-know- n Overcoats, Heavy Suits for Men and Boys, Underwear; Heavy Shoes, Felt Boots, MEN'S SUITS, sizes 34, 35 and 36, $7.50 to $10 VAL- UES. Choice, $3. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, 3l7lgErKaai An fcjp. a, No-gr- ' V PJgHf r&v. . it. ' '" iHvn iZBfl twxM I i"i'szJBSHWyj'iijWPBBWy Y7v l jii-m-' o ld 'HK2di9i(i j yT. MCTlE'r ?;TrSBBygMmm aaaMaaaWHM-W-F- y g 4HaBafllTj -- 1 i Pains of women, head pains, or any palu stopped In 20 minutes sure, with ' iinid Hpiiclul Al!t. rUd or l'aln Tablets. "uf Mto NKWIVNll,Kluta, Htnnlurd, Dr. Shoop's IMuk 2fc. llox. Sold See Mysra llouau by full formula on James I , Wlilt". Penny's Drue Store or 1U)chci4(J 00i i -- ..it books und authorities as a uriu acid A tickling or dry cough can be solvent and antiseptic for tho urine. KLKCTJUC KANGES The Ilauge to buy; u full favor, a money mukor taulckly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Tako. Foley 'a Kidney Remedy as soon tho bcstjbnkor, A, largo lino of select from and wo wil apnr.'citito a call. Cough Kemody. No oplum.no chloro as you notice a ay Irregularities, and form, nothing unsafo or harsh, Sold avoid a serloui malady, NewJ Stanby Penny's Drug Store. ford Drug Co. ia it p yTry a GEORGE H. FARRIS; Stanford. Uv;r,i..t.ifcT .ly.,,,,,!,.,.,.-.!.- , w&ci. .v,...,i,f i,ij,,; 4U!.taJL Si. .j,,,,).. in ,flj miitmUtnm "' 1, JjgWViytr--laW..- .. f. 'W "t The Interior Journal. CC WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer county, is n candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney o' thli, the lSth Judicial district, subject to the nctlon of the drmocrntlo party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., 1 a candidate for circuit Judge of thin, ihf district, subject to the action oi tht l.th lXmiocrMIe party. M. C. 8AUFLEY I a rundldnte for circuit Judge of thin, the Mb Judicial district, subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party. Democratic Ticket. Kor HtMe Hcnntor, R. L, HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor Itcprescntntlto, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W. S. BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE The House Commltte on Alcoholic If YU Want T Crew Corn, Liauor Traffic voted down tha Mennett ' Alfalfa, hois and rattle come to Butler Co Rev. William HolUcUw preached an bi), prodding for a commlMion to col (tend for list of Improved farms. Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Ks. able sermon at the Baptfot church. Meet Information retarding the liquor Is qlte poorly. I traffic In this country and to recommend Mrs. W. C. Cummins Mrs. ttenry uianKonnip is sun on me to Comrrcn inv rnl Wiaiat on sick list Mrs. A. J. Thompson has Lincoln todge No. 0.r. A A.M. will meet been sick but Is better now. ! FOR In stated communication on each nrst nnd Wo noticed In the I. J. where the third Mnndny nights of each month, at T: power boiler and engine and saw o'clock In their hall on Main street, Htnntown clock had stopped running. Thero ford, Ky. Members of sister lodge nre mill ior naie. win sen euner or notn. to be present. O. I.. Fenny, Is a lad at this place whoJwanU to buy On as. Knaat.ix.Ottenhelm, Ky. W. M.,T. W Fennlngton.Hec. l'ottomce, Wnynesbiirg, Ky. 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 Notice Is hereby gltcn Hint all Lincoln comity bonds of series "ll," Issued March 1, 12 yearlings to Chas. Lutes at $4 15; Inuii. redeemable In 15 years wlthprlxllcgooi Now Liven paying In loyears from mid data, will Ih also eight calves to M. F. Lawrence at paid on the 1st day of March, luv, on presDepot Street, $16 25. J. P. Ballard sold a cow for entation to the Lincoln County Mnlinniil Hank nnd thai Interest on same will stop Phone 90, $26. William Naylor arid Joe Lunsford after said date. Total amount ThlsJiin.il IM. delivered their hemp crop at $5.35. James McKef linlv,(l. II. Cooper nnd W,H. ATANFORD, KENTUCKY. Misses Katie Payno nnd Alpha NayIlurch, Committee, lor nre visiting Mrs. Sam Ramsey at Point Leave). Mrs. Eliza Tudor is visNEW ILACKSMITH AND RE iting relatives here. Mrs. Thomas PAW SHOP. Naylor, of Hngaman, 111., has joined her husband here. Mrs. John W. CumI hne opened a blacksmith nnd general repair shop at my home, the old lulhtula mins, of Tyrone, is expected this week We are In position to do nil kinds of con proierty on the Htnnford pike, near llus-torlilt, nnd iisk a share of the nubile mi- to Visit Mr. nnd Mrs. H. u. LUmmlnS. creting, such in lllock Work. I'mement tact, we can make any thing from n tromige. l'Al'l. JKHMK, llustumlllo, Ky. John tnyne, nf Lebanon junction, visit. ?"" housedown toafeneo post. Wo can ero s fTuarantce ed his brothers, F. W. and J. F. Payne, you promptly nun Cull work nnd material nnd act our prices Ira Holtzclaw was over from Lexington before you buy your nuiterlnl at least to attend tho burial of his We, whose nnmes itppenr below, strictly PREACHERSVILLE. . a a I MASONS' MEET. SALE DRY FEET! fc;-. B. D. CARTER, NOTICE! For Less Moneyt "Hocker Bootees," you all know them, leather lined from top to toe, one dollar off the palr.rnow $4.00. "Honest Mike" Boots, the tanned leather, always soft, ned lt,. CONCRETING flrst-rln- old-fashio- - n - grand-mothe- w. i l. Mccarty Kor Hht riff, For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For IOHN C PEPPLES Asesor, V For Superintendent of Hcbools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htnnford Dltfrlct, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Htnnford District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crnb Orchard District, J. VARD MOORE For i:aBMrnte liustonvllto District, I. K HELM. SR For Constable JIuton!Uu District, L. E. TRUE ForMnglstrafe WajnesburK District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesburs Dltrlct, JOHN G.I BAUGH Judge M. LJarvis, present circuit judge of the Pulaski district, has an nounced ror the republican nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney and Commonwealth's Attorney B. J. for judge. In other words they will, if the voters permit, exchange positions. Judge H. C. Kennedy, of Monticello, candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, has withdrawn from the race. Kennedy says he withdrew in the interest of harmony. Jarvis m m n. V 9 some weeks ago announced his candidacy to succeed himself and when 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 Kentucky Legislature appropriate Weak Kidneys, innly point to weak kldny are now hand in hand hunting office. .AND. money to build a Lincoln and Davis Nerres. The Kidneys. Ilk thaUIean. and thi their weakress. not in memorial bridge across the Kentucky Btomach. find the nerres that control the ornm Itself, but in "The death of a dearly loved daughand guide and strengthen them. Dr. 8 hoop's Kettonura ll ter, followed by the appalling tragedy River at Frankfort. medicine specifically cretared to reach thew Representative Scott, of Nashville, controlling; nerres. To doctor the Kidneys alone. which took from me a son who was ti futile. wast of time, and of money as the very apple of my eye. leaves mo introduced in the Legislature a bill to well. eight-roun- d If ytmr back aches or Is weak, if the nrlnt baxiug contests. If ana neipiess ana Wholly un- permit aimnueu colds, or ll dark and strong.lf you the bill passes it will open up that sec- 01 Bright or other distressing or hare symptom dangerous kidequal to any kind of publicity. Beney disease, try Dr. Shoop's KestonUre a lets BOTH ONE YEAR FOR tion to the pugilists. or Liquid and sea what It can and will fore I left homo I cancelled all my County Clerk Hiram Smedley, of Mc- - do for you. Druggist recommend and sU speaking dates and resolved never recently indicited, again to appear before an audience, rt Cracken county, 'wrote-Hon- . Henry Watterson, editor charged with an alleged shortage, re of the Courier-Journa- l, to William Jen- signed and County Judge Lightfoot nings Bryan, declining to speak at a appointed Eli Boone, a real estate dealFew people In the United States hare not er, to serve out the unexpired term. banquet at Tampa, Fla. heard of tbe Courier-JournDemocratic A Washington correspondent intiIn alt things, fair In all things, clean In all A3 a result of recent raids upon blind mates that the new administration things, It Is essentially a family paper. Hy tigers, by the police authorities of Sa- will be forced to let Senator Blackburn a special arrangement we are enabled to ofvannah, Gu., that city is the possessor I. fer tho WEF.KLV one Jt of his Panama job and that ho will PENNY'S DRUG STORE. year and this paper for tbe price named of about 20,000 gallons of whisky, to como back to Kentucky to contest with above. Send jour subscription for the comsay nothing of a generous quantity of Senator Paynter for the succession. It Report ol ho Condition of bination to us not tc the Gourler-Journ- a beer, wine, champagne, etc. It can i also intimated that Senator McCreary THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, neither be sold nor given away and will shy his castor Into the ring also. ! ut Htunford, la tint Htntx of Kentucky, tit tho there is a settled objection against fUcoof huslnt-ss- , Kl 5, luiu. CHURCH MATTERS. pouring the liquor on the ground. Conllo lo Circuit Court. HKMOUItCFrt, sequently the city officials are in a tisn; W) Rev. U. M. Walker will preach at IxMiiis ami Discounts . V,Ws fX Overdraft,) cuntl nnd unsecured quandary as to what disposition to make Omer Chapel, Rowland, K. XI. Hill's Adnilntstnitor, I'lalntlir, vs. next Sunday V, H. IlomU to m euro circulation to.HOU) James Mill, etc., Defcndunl. of it. sale herein afternoon at 2 o'clock. Premium on U. H. Iioud 1D In) I'ursuant to n Juilmiunt ofllsv. of tho lto to at tho January term, HonUs, securities, etc ........ After the doors of tho Senate were Rev. W. H. Hopper, of Louisville, Hanking house, furniture mid fix- - 11,745 tu Circuit Court, tho undersigned Commissioner Dillon closed Tuesday for executive session, will preach at the Presbyterian church lure il,WI6l TUKMDAY, PKHKUAIIY ID, lusj Senator Fryo asked the democrats to Sunday morning and night. A cordial Other rial estate, ow md .......... welcome to all. Atornhout tho hour of 2 o'clock, ). M In Due from National lluuk(notru- Pastor. agree to permit the Crum nomination of tho store. houau on tho laud here. ktneugents) fiHlt IK! front Tho Northern and Southern Meth InuftordiMrlUd.ln Preaclierllle. Lincoln to come to a vote on March 1. Falling i;w it county, Kentucky, sell to the hliiuest und odist churches were both lost in recent Duo from Htuto liuuks A Hanker to obtain tho agreement, he withdrew Duo fromuppromlrcicrnifi nts v,va u Iteat bidder ut public outcry tho follow Ing the nomination for the present. It Is tires at London, and tho congregations Uhecks und other cnh Items Mi IX described That certain tract of laud situated In I, In. understood by the Senate leaders that of the two are talking of uniting and Note of other Notional Iluiik coin uiunty. Htuto of Kentucky, on tho Kilter of Dlx (tlwrnml luthiivllluKUof will not be again considered at erecting a handsome structure as a Fractional n r currency, ulik- the case on the turnpike road luullni; from els, and lonts trsjia union church. ItuuustertoCrubt)ri.huril, und touslstliiK the present session. Ijiwful Money Itewno In Hunk, of udwelllnK house, u storo house nnd nliout Dr. R. H. Croesfield, of Lexington, ... $10.7K176 U: HimcIo W acres of luiid and IkIiik more particular, The King of England gets $3,000,000 will preach at the Christian church Sun- Iegnl-tend. ,tr7 lJ 15,111 73 ly deacrllxHt and Ixiundtdusfullows, notes lU'KliinliiK III tho center of tho turnpike, a year, the Emperor of Germany $4,. day night. It will bo remembered that trdHMiptloii fund with U.H.Trtu .N.K1 deurees IJ. lAiJUpole urer (S ikt cent, of circulation.! ?,'! (II theme a new lino to J.H. l'ettus;thencowlth 000,000, and the Sultan of Turkey ton stake corner the doctor held a great meeting at that Hue of l'ettui,H.S7tt decrees K..WK Mile to $.a7,r; an u statu In tho North eiluo of tho County Roosevelt only gets tho paltry church some two years ago. He is now I.MIIII.1TUH. road; them o with the said road H.:r7deiireea sum of J50.000. Wo pity tho over- president of Transylvania University. Capital Mock paid In . H. piiooi W, polo, K.hSVSpole. H. 70 V.a7. miI. V. H. derus. decrees, s, worked, poorly-pai- d Taking the claims of all tho churches Hurplus fund .,.. man und don't ... ls.imi m KS decree. lll jiofe. N.N7,deKroes, V HI xjles toil point blame him for getting out of office iuiite there are in the United States S3, 000,. Undltldcd prollts, let in iiouuiy ruin, i orner to eniircu lot , ineneo i,l"7 :i with line ofchureh lot nnd I'ayne N. :ijile-Krtanil taxes paid . 000 christians, including men, women K.7 iusj u) to center ofimjIis, N.M7'4 dtitreea, U'. 7.7 pole Mas. John Haunt, of Bcllefontalne, and children. This leaves 50 million un- National Hank note outstanding plki'i thenco with center of pike Duo toother National Hanks 1,1.x) uu N.S'.ilr.lP't', K. iUtlMilck, N.J', ileitries, O., paid 10 cents to kiss Abraham Lin accounted for. Can It ba that that V. U.Upoletu tho Ik kIiiiiIiik awl loiltalll-liiKM'- s number is headed for tho devil in this Iiulh Idunl deMiltuliJi ct coin. She was a girl of 13 years in Phil- land of churches and freedom towor-shi- p acre tho sunio trait nf . . to check IMflJiU laud couve(dand K, Iiik Hill, ill to M. iin.i d, br J, adelphia and monoy for a war fund was God according to the dictates of Dmmid cortllliuU nf lleXHlt , N,M1 Mt M. Hiitchliia, by deed of record III tho Uncoil! Count) ( ourt I lerk' olllco, Hill pityulile. Including certlllcu tea raised by giving school children this one's own conscience ? of deposit for money hurroHid S.um in Hald real estate anil liuprovviuouts will lm privilege. l'Ulu IS) sold utt wholo iiHiiia crtdlt of six mid IS Don't drui; tho Stomucli, ir cttmii. Note und hills redUcouuted . mmeuts luoutheUulpuynblo to fur which Ixinil will iMtflteii tho CouiinUsloiier Editor Louis Landium, of the IUeh- - latotno lIoart or Kidneys. That Is ) lieurlou Interest from date of sale until paid, mond Climax, is laid up again with that wrotitf. It la tho wcuk nones thut uio Htntoof Kuntuck). County of Lincoln, t.i at the rate of nor cent, ner iiuuuui. with I, John J, McltolxrU. Cashier of tho d upproet porsouutseuurlty to tie nnproM-bad leg, which has given him no end of crying out for help. Vltullo thouo hunk, do soleiunly swear that tho by Coiuiullsloner and ald bond to lime of my tho forte uudelfect of n luduiiitnt, and to I he clever gentleman's lee on weak lnsldo controlling nerves with nlxnr .tutetiK'lit I truo to tho trouble. retain a lieu on sum minis som. of friends hope he will soon be himself Dr. Shoop' Kostoratlvo, and seo how LnonlcdKomul lolli f. John J, .McltoiiKiiiH.Ciikhlir. The umouiit to Imi raised by this sale Is es again. quickly good health will couio to you Hulcrll'd und morn to before inn this timated to lw Incl'Ulliii: uost tho sum of 0. It, MoDOWKM,, William Henry Jones has been con- - again. Test it und see Sold by I'en iituuiiyoi rvu.,itv, w. ii. iirikiiii, n. r. , t3.tx. it. (I., Uoyl Clr.alt Ceart. Correct Attest! J.H. llocktr, H.CHauKb-iiiautinned as Postmaster at Glasgow. ny 's Druf Store. M.UlMY.Atlerney. J. K.Uumuilns, Dirt c tors. Mrs. Louisa Holtzclaw. Every Kentuckian, who can do so, Stanford, Ky. should attend, the Lincoln celebration at Hodgcnville to do honor to the immortal name of our first martyr pres ident. Doubtless his historic birth place in old Lnrue will be viewed by thousands of people, who will more fully appreciate his rise from humble obscurity e ship best quality Held and karden seed direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prominence from to world-wid- e prices. to President. That Lincoln We sell clncr, (trasses, seed oats, seed cow peus.oJa was born anywhere else but Laruo corn, cane seed, millet, cunouge plums IKl- pciiuuis, seeu poiaioes, county is an utter fallacy, and can net tutonud tomato slips, onion sets. garuen beans, gnrden pens, all kinds garden, neld be substantiated by facts. If such be nnd flower seeds, land plaster and fertilisers. Write us for prices and suniplts. Htnte the fact, let learned research show it what )ou want. to be true and let history stand correctNASH VII.I.K HKKIi CO.. K1J Hecond Ave., North, ed. Nnshvllle, Tcnn. The death of the aged Mrs. Louisa Holtzclaw cast a gloom over our community last Friday and came as a shock to many, although her death had been expected since she was so fatally burned. Deceased was a kind, christian lady and everybody liked her. She had baen a consistent member of the Bap-- , tist church for many years. She was a loving, indulgent mother, and although ' all her children are grown, we know the dear old mother will be sadly missed She was the widow of the late Elias Holtzclaw and is survived by four sons, William, John, Mason and Robert Holtzclaw; and four daughters, John C. Pepples, of Stanford, Eight of the leading companies of the L. C. King, of Hubble, and Mrs. Nanworld represented. nie Lawrence, of White Oak and Mrs. nil the companies ofComMteln rutes with Vie world. Loss.piii. Ing record unsurui-td- . Neer hnd a law Sebastian, of Garrard. suit In tho history of this agency. losses promptly paid nnd without discount. No waiting on da s for jour money. Ilvfore InPOLITICAL. suring, call on Milburn Reynolds has been appointed postmaster at Bcnge, Clay county. MAHONY By a vote of 203 to 101 the House of The Iiisiiraure Men of Stanford, Representatives passed the bill provid ing for the government of the Panama Canal Zone and the construction of tho canal. A movement is on foot to have tho rail-splitt- er PHILLIPS BROS., POSTD. t i forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of on our nlares and lil nrosecuto vi olators to the full extent of tho law. Mrs. Walter Warren, Mrs. Mnttle White, 1'. W. Carter, Hen P. Martin Tlusley Hpouunmore M. K. lAwrence, J. M. IVtliU, J.M. Ilockrr, T. A. Klce. llnlluu, Jospb Hasty, i. W. J.L. Ilolttrlaw. II. U I'ulllam. sirs. J. K. I'ulllam. Mrs. II. I.. Williams, .MooiT.t l'nxton, James N.Casb, j. netinunrier Mrs. Jas Haines. M. 1L Lytle, tir. J.o.CnriK'nter, J. Il.Camenlsrh, Thomas Kerrlll. j.ii.i.rimn, A. L. Thompson, DnWd llurton, J. M. Ware. M.C. Illchantson, Miss Mutt to llewes, Kfli'iienlmoh llros. A.T.Trnylor, Fred Ilaumaun, N. H.riummer, Lllburntlooch, Will Hester, H.c. Nunnelley. J. W. llnughman. J. W. I'eck. Imvld Htevns, J. K. llruce. JohnCnmeiitsch. Wm.Cordler. DntiTraylnr, Si. ll. Klmore. (otllhUllek. Fred llnndorf, I). M. I. J..K. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. Jas. II. Kad J. Moser, A. Kllaisn H. II, lUughman, ll. W. tiaines. A. H. Hoot. ITrlnh Albright. Mrs. Margaret tlooch, Jacob tinmler W. H.Traylor Heo.C.flUens, Ham Konerts, John Jufer, Amend Hchaefer, M.J. llnfmniin, A. It. Mntheny K.T. Ilemley 1,. H. (inrner, Mrs. J. II. tlusley, H. I.. Kagaley, M.J. Morgan, "The Standard," 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- top shoes, double lined, now $3.25, been $4.00 ail the season. "Honest Mike" high-to- p kip shoes, reduced from $4.0O to $3.0O. Boys' high top tan, a good one. worth $3.50 every day in the year, but, now $2.50 to close. Of course these are IO-in- ch off the pair, now $3.25. Mahony & Rankin, J.J.Klllott. V. 11. Dnugherty, Hcv. rnlueriAti, Mrs. N.J. Morton Mrs. if co. l.oxnn Frank Cor ler, Dr. ti.fi. 1'errv. Cash Prices. Don't ask us to charge them. . INSURANCE, Life, 4 and Tornado. Farm Property a Fire, Accident lt.O. WntUns, K.T. llnrrls. It. II.CniK, J (' llu.'.dlev. Mrs. Nannie 11. Good C. K.Mct'lure, AndersouCarr. Anton Itonecker. S..M. nishon, red Vomiruentgali T. L lluiighmnn. Mrs. Kate Ador .Mrs Hvbicra It. Carpenter McOluU. W. Kopnlz. J. F. Moser, H. J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mes-dam- HENRY 8 RANKIN, Eassseseseoseeosezera WATTERSON'S & & New Ledgers. Journals And PAPER Cash Books Courier Journal Weak Kidneys Weekly Itlii The Interior Journal In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally. '. ti' month-Tab- Dr. Shoop's ONLY $1.50. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Restorative COUBIER-OUKNA- Commissioner's Sale Jitrst Tfational ffiancy Stanford, Jfas paid Jty. SSO.OOO. , d Orjanuttt, SS2. Capital Stock. Surplut ana" 2rWiW SPMs, in 'Dividends sinco Organization, J9, OOO, S2lt 500. DIRECTOR. Snvite 7ow Accounts on Our ?farits OFFICERS. rtal-e.tnt- e 1 1'reuch-ersWIl- e, ' Heid, S. Hocker, President;, J. II. Baughman. M D. Klmore, J. M. Pellu, S. T. Harris, II. C, Uaughman, . V, Cummins, John . Mcltoberti, Cashier; S. T. Harris. J no. C. Robinson, II. C. Uaughman, Astt. Cash'r W. B OUannon J. S. Hocker. W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. C. E. Tate. 111 e. Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs, Hens 9 to 9 Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc. Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 Turkeys lO to 12c. Scrap Iron. Guineas $2 Per Dozen. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. Ky. 2c. 2c. I U uboto-imint- lst 1 .. . 4''-F !' . y.-A - aWuftssdw....-- sin aft m Xaii., v1 ta J JaU- AilaW.i..a.lst,.fJatiOrfafl(llll ; 'yisltw 3 9 Cents For prico nn Is lO Cents TIio rcgulnr 5 Cents This would tell in n For good lino of patterns of Linen Lncco. Patterns in thin lot worth for this lot as long nnd 15c. We oiler nny in this lot for 5c por yard. 1 Extra 8pccial Valuo 25c. In Cortct Cover Embroidery. For extra good quality Hamburg Edge, 0 Indies wide. Ai long ni this lot last nt only 10c por yard. regular way for 15c to 25c. as they laft. Thin rpecial prico Is - SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Apply & SON. rooms in my home on Logan Mrs. Bun Withers. nv-cn- STANFORD KY. Cre'S nhoned For 3ale. at this A lot of roller skates. office. Four J. M. usvesterdavthat for rent. 4 . ly We make a specialty of pleasing par Both of tho banks aro closed KY., - FlIII. 12, 1900 ticular people. Try our Hex coal. We Friday, on account of Lincoln's birthftTAKFOKD, guarantee it. Denham Hros. day celebration. s farm hand. For Sale or Kent. Tho Warner Wanted, n New assortment of local view post Dr. store-hous- e on East Main Street. Ap Must como well recommended. Penny's Drue Store. cards t Hugh Rcid, Stanford. bargains in Box ply at onco to W. K. Warner. SoMK very special . Paper, but the supply Is limited, Ask Isaac Haldi, who sold his farm on Two No. 3 Oliver typewriters, built to ieo them. Penny's Drue Store Greon river and moved to Frankfort In over and with a year's gunrantec, for PERSONALS. January, died in that city of pneumonia. sale. Price $15 each. M. A. Johnson, Stanford. MR. S. E. Owhi.ey went up to Haicl Ik you havo a bad drawing flue or a The creditors of Col. T. P. Hill are Patch Tuesday. sick stove, try Hex. A guaranteed notified that their claims must bo filed Miss Kate Waters is with Crab remedy. Hros. Yards at Denham with us ns required by law at once. Orchard friends. Stanford and Rowland. of Uulsville, P. M. McRoberU and J. B. Paxton, Mrs. Fannie Edwards, All persons having claims against Exors. Is with Mrs. T. W. Jones. , Mrs. Carrie Siielton. of Corbin, Is tho estate of James Mclvln, deceased, The late primary olcctlon left no sore are requested to file same properly veriTraylor. tho guest of Mrs. Jcsso I am very tnanKiui 10 Orfied, with the administrator before Feb. sjtots on mo. Miss Annie URONAUfiii, of Crab those who voted for me, nnd havo no 20, 1009. T. J. Hill, Sr., admr. chard, is visltinK.London friends. ill will against thoso who did not. I nm Leslie Anderson is attending tho Mr. J. A. Hollas has sold his farm heartily for tho ticket that was nomiState Normal School at Richmond. near Highland to Frank J. Hayslett, of nated and will do all 1 can to carry it Mr. and Mrs. John W. Moorb. of Corbin. Mr. Hollas will likely movo to through in November. J. F. Holdam. here. Casey, are with their dauirJitora Oklahoma. Wo hope, however, ho will Reduced Rates via Queen & CresMrs. Malinda. Stone, left Tuesday decide to remain in Lincoln county. Worth, Texas. cent Route. To New Orleans nnd to visit relatives at r'ort ,i THE storehouse of Kambo & RobinMobile. Tickets on sale February 17th Conc.ressman HarveyJIelm is Snnilnv from Washington City. son at Maywood burned Wednesday to 22nd inclusive. Return limit March iunu.1 rvirvrr. Parksvlllo'a clover night, together with all of its contents. 1st with extension privilago March 13th, miller, was hero a short whilo yester- The fire occurred at 11 o'clock and be- 1909. For particulars ask Ticket Agents gan on tho inside of tho building. The or address II. C. King, G. P. A., Lexday. Huston-villloss is about f 1,000 with $500 insurance. ington, Ky. Miss Prim. Newdurn. of was the cucst of Miss Frances Henry Newton was fined $30 in the In n shooting beo between John HarAdams. both Danville polico court on the chargo of ris Rout and Sam Owens Hockcr, Mt. Miss Alza Thompson, of vsgrancy. Judge W. A. Tribblo and colored, in Macksville, two brothers of r. is with her sister, Mrs. Hock-r- r, Chief of Police H. D. Carter are re- Hockcr were accidentally shot by who missed his adversary. Neither minded that there are many vagrants Mrs. Stella fioocn and Miss Ethel in Stanford and that they need atten- is badly hurt. Both Harris and Hocker KlnKsville, were callers at this Lee, of aro under liond for their appearance at tion. their trial Monday. several Miss Lotus, of Cincinnati, has token Miss. Mahik Maiiony .. spent tVin rill. .. .. f-. .. In - the Uagby place on Third street and is Till, moving picture show nt Walton's days with Mrs. uaviu oiuwv berts Creek section. running n boarding house. Miss Logan Opera House continues to draw good Tho Passion Play Tuesday Mi. W. S. Lawwill and children, is well known In this city, having for- crowds. 1 n.n..!1l mam UMP.llB of Hon. l'.M merly lived at Hustonville, nnd has night was witnessed by hundreds of M.!nliAta nnil wife. been in this city a number of times be- people who went away greatly pleased. II. McKeu and Miss fore. Advocate. It will bo presented jigain Mhs.Sai.mk Friday. .A good bill was advertised for Mnrln II,irh.-r- . of Madison, aro guests Tub home of the late John F. Cash Inst night. Thursday, including a wrestof Mrs. W. II. Shanks. Messrs. J. N. Cash, J. K.' Harris, on Danville Avenue is for salo private- ling match between Claude Bibb and J; T. Peck and Cam Martin aro at Kut-ta- ly. Tho residence is large, commodious Lloyd Perrin. and in good repair. Thero are 29J acres a, Lyon county, on business. Will Contest. -- Mr. M. S. Baugh-ma- n Mr and Mrs. T. C. Ham. aro rejoic- in tho lot. For further particulars call will contest tho nomination of Mr. ing over the arrival of another son. on 11. C. Uaughman at thu First Na- W. L. McCarty, who on tho face of C. tional Hank, or James N. Cash, who has been christened Garrard the returns was nominated for sherifT i Hall. in tho primary Saturday by n majority Denny went over to i c! iiico tin There were 1G applicants for gradu- of 11. Mr. Baughman charges many COUsin, r..rrnr.t vnatlTllllV to SCO llCr irregularities, such as voting republi27, preparau:.. LMin ijin liiinnv. who has been ation here on Jan. in2G andhigh school to cans and men who do not live in Linthe tory foi entrance nlln.lW be established hero this, year for the coln county. Ho has engaged tho serMiss Mattib Sacray, of Stanford, Is vices of Messrs. P. M. McRoberts and v.n nf hor sister. Miss bacray. colored. Thirteen passed, being pupils George B. Sautley to represent him. Nashville, of W. DyTardif. F L. Steppe, J. F. Miss Mary Linda Manler, of Owens nnd M. E. Jarman. There will Prok. and Mrs. J. W. Ireland enTenn., will arrive tomorrow to bo the Mrs John S. Wells bo another examination on .the second tertained tho faculty of tho Stanford mitnfhpr aunt. Friday and Saturday in May. Pupils Graded School at an elegant dinner partnr thn 22nd holidays. Advocate adty on Wednesday evening. The dinner II. Givens, In a personal passing these examinations will be Maurice Haven, Conn., says mitted frco In suld high school. We was beautiful in every appointment, letter fromJNew high school hero for the decorations of maiden hair fern and ho has worked hard this year but has are arranging for a iipmttlnl In nassint? oil considerable of white pupils throughout thu county, pink carnationu being very effective. his work boforo tho regular examlna- - who may enter free when they shall A silver candelabra with pink shades With the have passed an examination for gradu- and tho fern leaves radiating from the linn. ami la htL.nlv I rMiilm ho has realized from his work. ation in tho common school branches. I center, made a beautiful center piece. Maurice will tako his degree in June, will be glad to see many enter tho May Tho place cards, the work of tho hostns examination. G. Singleton, Supt. -- ml hit f rlonds here may rest fully ess, were very artistic. Covers were laid for if, including Misses Ballou, ho will receive high honors sured that Krueger & Son Get Contract. McKinney, Dunn, Fettro, Eaton, Palat graduation. London Democrat Tho contract to build a new court house mer, Adams, Mrs. Phillips, Prof. Wig- for Lincoln county has virtually been ginton, Prof, and Mrs. Ireland. LOCALS. .. awarded to Fritz Krueger & Son. - of back in I'mriiEs French cleaned. Cook & Mt. Vernon, for tho su.n of $3.1,015. Hurrah for Dink Their bid was accepted but with tho the last century when we lived in StanFarmer. -. -work at other ford, a good old democrat and clever Ik you want good meat call on Wit understanding that their points in tho Stato showed that they citizen, with tho rather unusual namo klnson & Lutes. Phone 47. could fulfil tho contract acceptably. of "Dink" Farmer, took it into his Try it. Squire James McKechnie and Mr. J. K. head that he would like to be jailer of Hex coal is guaranteed. Powell wero chosen a committee to vis. the fine old county of Lincoln and thereUcnham.Hros. coal it towns whero Krueger & Son have upon shied his castor into the primary Have you tried that good Hex had contracts and inspect their work ring for tho contest about to bo pulled yet? You can find It at Denham'a and if it proves satisfactory tho Mt. off. Tho election day came and Dink yard. Vernon contracting firm will build was a few votes shy of tho nomination, There wero a dozen but ho good naturedly accepted tho arpower port- our court-housA For Sale. able engine and boiler. J. It. Powell. bidders and their figures ranged from bitrament of tho preliminary passage Krueger & Son'a Md to H9.2SX The at arms, declared himself for the noml-ne- o Stanford. .. court-hous- e will bo a magnificent brick and announced his candidacy for Foil all kinda of fresh meats phono building and wo aro glad to know that tho office four years hence. How many 178, and have It sent to your house. J. tho committco decided to have two times ho has been a candidate before L. Mceks. wings. Work will begin on it after tho tho primaries this deponent Is unablo to Maiiony & Hankin aro now prepared February term of court Is over and it say, but they are many, very many. In hoped that it will be completed for the primary Saturday ho was again, as to insure your tobacco, in both farm is tho November term. Mr. Fritz Krue usual, a candidate for tho jailer's place barns and rehandling houses. ger, tho senior member of thu success and wo aro glad to stato, came under The "Moonshiner's Daughter," bill- ful firm, camo to Lincoln county from tho wire u certain winner, for which ed to appear at Walton's Opera IIouso Germany 21 years ago a' very poor man overybody who knows tho persistence Feb. 2Gth, has cancelled Us engage- but by hard work has amassed quite n nnd quality of his democracy will resnug fortune. He moved to Mt. Ver- joice. The f- .- . result proves that if ment. .1 15 years ago. Ho runs a big Btoro you don't at first succeed, try, try to save money non Listen, If you want there but dovotes tho greater portion again, and you will get thero if, like on building this year, givo mo your con- - of his time to contracting. Ho built "Dink," you dojiot pout over defeat, ract work. Will Stone, contractor and tho Leslie county court-housand two but accept it with good grace and pull builder. Phono 81. stores at Hydcn, built largo school-hous- olf your coat for your successful oppo. . at l t Uernstadt, Manchester, nent. Hurrah for "Dink I" May ho Job Hayden, colored, was acquitted Harlan, Pil .ville, Inez, Prestonburg get thero with both feet and warm . nn tho charee of drunken and disorder conduct and fined $5 for resisting an and other points. We have known him them for tho four succeeding years at officer, lie nss asueu tor anomer trial for many years and have confidence In the Are in the jailer's hindsomo residence. State Journal, Frankfort. him both a man and a contractor. on the latttr charge. first-clasex-,.e, 1 w John C Popples got 78, instead of 13 votes in Crab Orchard precinct No. 1 In his race for assessor. This raises his majority to 281. Does It pay to advertise 7 Well, wo should say it does. John C Pepples ran n big display advertisement in the I. J. and defeated a field of seven In the race for assessor by 21G votes. House of Representatives passed to engrossment both the Kleckner and Tomlinson bills which provide for the repeal of tho county local option law. Tho former is tho Democratic platform bill which substitutes township and ward local option and tho 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., wero drowned in tho Gulf of Mexico, near Naples, Fla. A sailboat In which they were cruising capsized. Tho California Assembly, hv 43 to decided to reconsider tho Johnson school segregation bill which was passed last week. President Roosevelt and party will remain at Hodgenvillo only 2 hours to. day. They aro scheduled to arrive at 12 and depart at 2:30 r. M. J. D. Eads & Son sold to b. P. of Boyle, 50 cattle at Tho Indiana 3-d I L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Spring Oxfords. It's a little early but vc have n beautiful line in nil styles, colonial, combination, colors nnd prices such ns Ac. Thews arc in the latest colors wine, blood,gohlen, brown, Ac. They havo already begun to sell. Come in and make your selection before the stock is picked over. Wc will endeavor nt nil times to havo our goods in tho house as soon, if not sooner, than any one else nnd we intend to give you the best that tho market can afford nt the lowest possible prices. Mnko our store your headquarters while in town nnd wo will convince you thnt wc have the quality nnd our prices nre right. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 1.65. Itching Skin Diseases clicf and permanently cures any form )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid or external use. Zcmo gives instant FIELD SEEDS, The very best the market affords, at Prices thatare right for FARM FOR SALE I Thefnrtn of lionrri". of kooiI 1lm urns liuiil, Ivlni: oiui in Nurtli ( McKlrmey.oii the Htiinfiiril )IUt'. Imprmeiiiviila nnU fencing guoil; pii'iity ( wntiT ami fruit. Aim l!T hori'i of tltilUTeil land olio mile Kutt of McKinney : half limit' r fencp; pli'iity of water anil gooil tolmcro land. Hi'i'urow-n- n crop. J . A. (1 1 V KNH, ARi-nt- . MeKInn?)', Ky. Moving Pictures AT- - SPOT GASH. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. .nt Walton's Opera House, Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods, . Every Night. Change of Picture mittiou, Nightly. .r)c. Ad lleportof theConilltloiiof LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. ut Htnnford.Ky., In tl Htiite of Kentucky, ut tint elu.ool kulin's, Kel. f, lvov. HKKOUHCKK. - e. OwnlruttK, mTiiriilniulunM'ciiml II, H. HomU to circulation llonili, aeciirltleit, etc Hanking tioune, furniture mid fixture -. Duo from National llnk(not re- urvunitenU) 1H1 from HluteA I'rlvnto llnnk and llttnkem.TriiatOuiiipii. nlei, nnd HiiltlH liankH Due from Htnte Uiiiika A Hanker Due from nunroved reherve aueutM .. tllirckitnnd otlierraali ltema Noteaof other National llaiika. ,. Fractional paper currency.nlckela iindrenta lawful Money lleterw In Hunk, till Hpecle .. ..... I15.KH ll I.S70 u) U.H.Treua- urer t5 perct.o! cliculatlou) MAIIII.ITIES. Loans nml Dlnvuunli.. - shvn xv EO,uu to a,uv iu Charles Wheeler Emporium, 1 ajioo no HUSTONVILLE, KY. 75 37,121 NI rem 1I to 131 17 is,?; i w s.fru hi W1,I IS GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA- r. M e I ftijmii it) Capital Htock paid In SO.UU ID Hiirplua fund UuillvUUd piotlta, leaa expeuaea I.' 7.1 mid taxea paid M,uy to National Hank iioteaoulatandliiK Duo to otlu r Nat. Hank. U,JM IS Duo to Htnte Imuk and .. .. Imilkera Individual deiKxItaaiih- .. SKUIVI IS J U,t7l IU I to check it . Notea and illlla Uedlacuuuted 7M7N ltevTM'd for tin ei. tlSl.tll U , Ktalnof Koiitucky.l'ountyof tat I, W. M. llrlulit.Oaahlerof tlieabove-iiaiiuliuuk. do koleniulv awear that thu aboiu d laieinoui la iruu 10 wie ueai 01 uiy W. M. lliilillli,Caaliter. belief. mid aworn to Ixfore mo thla HulKcrllK-lOlu Uuy ot Keb., lvov. J. J. MclUiucrta, N. 1. Correct Atteatt J. II. Owaley, B. II HUauki.J. 11. l'uxtou, Dlrtctore. . . l.liu-olnd nnoi-edtfoan- - QUEEN Tickits To Many Points South and Southeast A t CRESCENT Goad H. C. KING. ROUTE 1949 Rtttmlatf Vatll Hay 3lit, C.r.A., 101 Writ lor ratal and fold.r. E. Halo St., UxlalUu. I'.y. M ai , 3 (Saa- -' fjggcjjjgwg'tM'i tgTirfi" -- 1: ninal 4 ' 1- - - ti !! , TO, ? 4 i! I The Interior Journal. worntf rf'T wnlifl'i L. it ;tf lrr . 4f Hi Notice is hereby riven that I, aa Supervisor of turnpike roarfa for Lincoln ..: .it.t.l innVWl-- a. t Mnmliiv. March 1. 1000. receive scaled bids for stone anil gravel contracts on the various sections of" turnpikes ALL-WOOOVERCOATS L CRAVENETTES. in said Lincoln county, Ky. stono aud gravel All bids for furnishing, hauling, breaking and spreading 9 must bo sealed and filed with mo on or before 10 o'clock A. M. Monday, 111 ,0,w 818 Coat now JJJ , March 1. 11)09, nt Stanford, Ky., and no bids will bo received nltor that now 848 "0 t 48 815 Coat now timo- 0B 1( Cmt now n.intmots will lie let to tho lowest and best bidders, and contractors 8 48 tho 812 50 Coat now will be required to givo bond with surety, to be npproved by me, for C0 Conl ow ' "J ' 0 (18 ' 810 Coat now 18 faithful performance of their e.oiitncts nnd lor nil penalties and damages iur j5 Cont now failure to so perform their contracts witliin tno tunc nun tinner mo condi83 48 815 48 81 00 High Top Shoes S20 Suit now years. tions hereinafter mentioned. 12 08 12 48 83 CO High Tot. ; Shoes Logan & Logan's flouring mill at Danvillo pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Mrs. Mattio Whito's 817 SO Suit now Stanford it 0 03 G0c heavy fleeced lined under- 815 Suit now Shelbyvillo sold for $8,930 at auction. of stone. Same, Sec. '2 from Mrs. Whito's gato to lloylo 30c wear 8 !S Dentist, Perryvllle, was tho unto 30 rods Surgeon 812 50 Suits now S. L. Prewltt, of Mens relt Boots, Men sand Worn- county line 30 rods of stone or gravel. 0 48 810 Suit now purchaser. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Wheat for May delivery toucnea a Stanford it Rush Branch pike Sec. 1 from Stanlonl it Lancaster piko to 87 50 Suit now All reduced acconl- 4 08 en's Rubliers. :t 48 inply. the season Rush Branch 35 rods of stone.. Same, Sec. 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 85 Suit now for Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in new high record mark when It sold In Chicago Tuesday at 20 rods of stono or 30 rods gravel. the Owsley Building. $1,111 per bushel. Stanford it Knob Lick Sec. 1 from Stanford x llustonviiie puce to HangCharles Gangloll has sold his Creek 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Hanging Fork to tnturts Tbaoo and Jobicoo farm three milesandfrom Ottenheim, on ing Fork it Hustonvillo piko 20 rod gravel. KY. Waynesburg road, Danville the Ottenheim lams. to an Illinois man. Stauford it Milledgcvillo pike Sec. 1 irom btniitonl iV Hustonvillo piKc to Tho "John Curtis Place in Fayette McCormack's Church 10 rods gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from McCormack's Nothing But Insurance. county, consisting of 220 acres, was Milledgeville 10 rods of gravel. purchased by W. M. Moore at decretal Church to D. Stanford & Preachcrsvillo piko sec. I lrom btantonl iV urno urciiard piKc sale for $110.50 an acre. The Insurance Man, eood combined mare, to Wilkerson's Branch 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec 2 from Wilkcrson's For Sale. A eight years old, kind and gentle and a Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone. STANFORD, KY. good looker. Black In color and suita Residence I'hone Mi Olllce, 93. Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to uaugnman s gaio ble for family use. Colonel Gooch, and be fully . Insure with me 40 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Baugluuan's gate to Bywatcrs' gato 15 Kingsvillc, Ky. protected. Same, Sec. 3 from By waters' gato to A black sow weighing about 300 rods of stone or 20 rods of gravel. Shanks farm Crab Orchard 25 rods of stone or gravel. pounds came to the W. H. about a month ago. Owner can get Stanford it Ottenheim piko Sec. 1 from Stanford it Waynesburg piko to her by paying for this notice and her J. G. Lynn's 20 rods of stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from J. O. Lynu's la nhnmlsomp.lnrgo young Jersey Hull, of keep. Ed Miller, Stanford. from ii loni! nnd unbroken lino Booue'e fhnp 15 rods stono or gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from Boono's shop to The farmers of South Christian coun- to tlio most noted liulli nnd cows on tiwi; .Iprkv Knclnntl and Amerlcn. Ills li.mi nf 10 rods of gravel. hull, eier Imported ilreUoneorthe limt cow that bfta KhenCj ty, who aro dissatisfied with tho pres- Ottenheim ...... liUiinm limlion .ml , , you Stanford it Dix River Sec. 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to ent management of the Planters' Protiny, pound, of rich mine in ono .!.. ii Like or tliu Likeness of tective Association, have issued a call Iladon's Switch 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Haden's Switch to tome Ancestor" nnu nnve n siriciiy goou- for a ... n.. i.miiil ficiill of all the tobacco niir.plf fir tils fci.r30 rods of grivel. Same, Sec. 3 trom Traylor's lane to Gar-rnn- l n limited growers of tho county to be held Sat Traylor's lane vice. He will he nlloned to serve cows e rjoGCODaa number of apprmed, registeredfor linn 50 rods of cmvel. The ft feo of urday afternoon at Hopkinsville. of our own herd thl year, S3 ench. Mnko engagement lieforeaendlng Stanford it Lancaster pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Logans lane JU rods system of call recites that the present HKIll OTTKIt, cow to tw bred. Stanford, Ky. selling "encourages crime and dishon- of stone or 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Logan's lano to Garrard Telephone so. extra choice N. 11. We have to ofTer three right prices. esty and is breaking up the bull caUes that will lie sold nt line 15 rods of gravel. fitnnfnnl .fc Wnvncsliurc nike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike 15 Ky., rods of 6tone. Same, Sec. 2 from Ottenheim pike to Maywood road nt foot KINGSVILLE. Youcun llndour Htnndnrd Remedy, the of Knobs 25 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Mnywood rontl to Carter's n. Kreatest tlxxl nnd liver medicine et know KidThomas Taylor was in Somerset last In caw of Ilheumntlsin, Halt Hheum, from Store 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. I Irom Carter's Storo to Hutchison's arising ney Trouble and nil diseases week. d Impure lilood It has no equal, itofl 15 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 5 from Hutchison's School Kingsville has gone democratic. Sam School-housunder tbo pure food net June '. nnu cuarniiieeti iy mw niuiiuun.,ui,-- .. m,Keniedy lx taken nccordlng to directions Rigney has a new boy at his house. iintt'a Ktnr 15 rods of stone. Same. Sec. (5 from Butts Store to the nnd If he or she Is not benefited by the ue Miss Maud Brown, who has been sick Kingivillo pike 20 rods of utone. Same, Sec. 7 from Kingsville pike to of the Hemedy wo will refund jour money. We can do nothing more. Knoll package for three weeks, was able to enter George Gaines' 15 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 8 from Gaines' to G. W. contains H doses with n registereu guaraii' tee and .1 mnlllng card with full Inst "uctlons school Monday. Clift's 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 0 from G. W. Cliffs to Waynesburg re1 ittii i.iiv mlilr,.. hv mull oil The Maccabees will have an oyster eelpt of II per package or six pnekoKes for If taken In supper and entertainment here Satur- 8 rods of gravel. SS. lletter order n Lo time you might sine a big doctors bill, day night. Feb. 20. Stanford it llustonviiie pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Cash's Storo 30 rods ltnmxmherlf ou take the Remedy accord- Kentucky. Of are in; tn instruction andli.ii't.. not benellnd W. Thompson bought of Thomas of stone. Same, Sec. 2 trom Cash's Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of J. ..n.. ... umi ..V..'.. l j wu the. remeuy.tnlltir " mre You will not Taylor a nice building lot on the North J... in urug Kllte. It fnr Und stone. Same, Sec. .1 from Hanging rorK to uiiMouviue in runs oi siouo or la aold only by our duly authorized agents side of Kingsville and will build a dwellll.l.HY.UPI, .Vlll. ItC.Ulir.1 50 rodi gravel. ing. "i anrw'iir'r''"H,,k llustonviiie it Coll'ey's Mill pike Sec. 1 from Hintonvillo to Win. V. C. Gilliland and W. C. Brown V.'o 3uv 20 rods of ototic or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Win. Carson's to Mt. came home from Lexington to vote in Saturday. They returned Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel. tho primary W.M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. 3: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT to Lexington Tuesday. tittloo and llustonviiie it Bradfonlsville pike, whole road, 15 rods of gravel. J. O. REID, AS3ISTANT CASHIER ' The wave of prosperity we have been B PAXTON, IIutouville it Danville pike Sec. 1 from Hustonvillo to Ulack piko 50 J W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. Ginseng. 3 will be here Feathen,T!!osr,BoMwax, J. looking for since Nov. Illack pike to Boyle county lino 50 rotls Co! Jen SeaUYtDowRoot), May Apple, H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER next Fall. Our men have all been cut rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Wild Cinxer, etc We arc dealers; gravel. off of public work and will farm. DIREOTORSt maUiM in 1856 "Ortt fcallactotiiiria llustonviiie it Carpenters Creek pike 10 rods ot stone or OU nxH ot and can do better for you tiiaa LouiirJk" J. B. Owslev, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, bUn- lord; MATRIMONIAL. acrnts or comnnMoa merchant!, Reference, gravel. John B. Foster, Stanlonl; v. n. nnaiiKs, oumiiirii; i. j. iiuW'cUe let wUy any Bulla Louur3c. Theodore Rogers, aged 25, and Miss J. B. 1'axton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, kin, Linca-tc- r; Hustonvillo it McKinney pike 11) rods ot gravel. pnoe lut am iHppirig lass. Cvnthiana Simpson, sweet 10, were Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. M. Sabel & Sons, Coffey's Mill piko Sec. 1 from South Fork pike to tollgate McKinney it LOUISVILLE, KY. 229E.MirketSt. married at John Sampson's on tho 11th. II. Cummins, I'rcachersville; Lilburn "0 rods crave). Same, Sec. 2 from tollgate to Fair place 40 rods of stone. Gooch, Gilberts Creek. man who has just been sent to the A npnlrentiarv from Chicaco for swin Same, Sec. 3 from Fair place- to Mt. Salem 40 rods of stone. Same, Scc.s4 dling, is said to havo 50 wives in as from Mt. Salem to Cn-c- y lino l.' rotls ot stone. on many cities of the country irom wnom If McKinney it Ttirnersvillc pike from Mclvinuey to .lohu Murphy n .iU has gotten at least $500,000. he subin .Inhn P.. Mfiilden was trranted a di roils of gravel. vorce by Judge Parker at Lexington. South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel. McKinney it Tho court ignored tho decree issued at Tuniersviiiu it McKinney pike 50 rods of gravM. Cincinnati three years ago ny wmen Mrs. Madden was granted a divorce. Turnersville it McCormack's pike Sec. 1 from Turiiersvillo to S.uu Helm's She has since married l,ouis v. ueii and Madden's attorneys contend that it 8 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from S.uu Helm's to C. Bishop's 8 rods will bo necessary for her to havo 3 from C. BMiop's to Knob Lick 10 rotls of gravel. roremonv nerformed in order to gravel. Same, Sec. 15 rods of gravel. marriage. Black pike legalize the Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko Sec. 1 from Crab Orchard to G. W. Revolts At Cold Steel. Evans' place 30 rotls stone. Same, . 2 from Kviiiw" place- to Garrard "Your only hope,'" said three docin tors to Mrs. M. K. Fisher, Detroit, liutf 25 rotls of ttoue. UndertaKers and Embalm-ers- . , rods of clone or f!mli Orclinril it Channcll's Gail nike. wliolo road. 35 Mich. sulTerlngfromsoveroreetaUroii-bleAlso Dealers in Furlies In an operation," "then I gravel. niture, Mattings.Rugs. They used Dr. Kimr's Now Life 1'ilN." sho Danvillo it Lancaster pike 20 rotls of etone. will exchange Furniture for irltes, "till wholly cured." 'I hey Lincoln it Boyle pike 5 rod of gravel. prevent Appendicitis, euro Constlpu-Hoall Kinds of Stock. Give Kinc-villPoint piko Sec. L20 rotls ot gravel. Maine, see. ' it Plea-aHeadache, -- kj. at Penny's Drujj Them a Call. Prices Right. from Casey county rontl to Kingsvillo 20 rods of- - gravol. Store. piko 10 rods of gravel. i Kowhuid Cut-Oilto the STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. tn A Virginia jury took it n vnnlit.Lord of WAV TO A rod of stone or gravel olmll consii-- t of 225 cubic, feet. ii.nvcr nml thn fnund THE death for the accused, who will proba Hand broken fctono and gnivel must bo on margin of road or tcctiou by praybly loso all raitn in tno eincacy oi Sept. 15, 1000. All gravel muH Ihj spieutl before Oct. 15, 1000. All er. -- Statu Journal. who may designatu when and tl by the' sujiervL-o- r, is to lie The cleverest Imitation of realCotTcu metal be spread not later than over yet mailo Is Dr. Shoop's Health where it is to bo spread. All crushed stone must .Ian. 1. 1010. Colleo. It Is- lino In llavor and made In Just one minute. No tedious All stone furnished must be ood, Round, haul limestone- or quarts and TELEPHONE Made from LONS tW or Wl mlnuti's boiling. broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter. The gravel must pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. lliuty and that furnished on McKinney it Coneys .Mill piKo FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANA8ER Sample fice. Sold by Penny's Drug lw clean and mid Turnersville it McKinney piko must bo from Green Itivur. Stoiq. EA8T TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPAHY The court or its representative may reject nuy inaicriai noi oi piuper mi iNConroimio ... ........ ...tn i... 1.K..1.A.. I... 1... ...I .! A dog having several gold teeth In ...I, j nm, ", front, three being of bridge work, tho or quality, iiittuers iuusi wiy wuuiiier suinu win uu uium-property of Dr. t II. Murphy, of Pitts- crushed. burg, bit a boy, and tho owner was held fillBlank forillS If M'l. nnriMdnr rp.frw4 tlin riotil tti ril'llt unv und Itll'bids. f jr court in J300 bail. on' which bids maj be made- can bo obtained from tho County Clerk. Copies Purcures constiUndertaker: Cmbalmor and pation and liver Laxativeand makes tho of bonds may bo obtained ut .tho Voi'ty CilerK s omco. trouble Call on Dealer In Harnes,iaddlery, bowels healthy and regular. Orlno Is Lincoln county owns,n rock crusher Uud contractors will bo permitted to superior to pills und tablets as ltdoes use it ut 81 per rod. KY- not grlpo or nauseate. Why take STANFORD, K. anything o'so? New Stanford Drug Supervisor Turnpiko Koadi for Lincoln County. , ... good milk cow. McCfary, Stan Fresh. Mrs. Catherine ford. Kv. At Carlisle W. D. Mclntyro sold 30 Hereford calves at $27.15 and four JOS. S. RICE, Agent. mules at $170. mules I have 13 comlnp The Truth in this city who issuf-ferin- for Falc. Will sell all or by pair. Henry Every person 1, Stanford. from Eczema, Pimples, Dand Catron, K. F. D. No. Dond Bros., of Anderson Icounty, ,nrm of skin or scalp ilu ...a , Warfleld 21 mules at case, can find relief and be permanent- bought of Rod liquid foi $225. They Will be shipped South. ly cured by Zcmo, a clean A Chicago firm has been awarded a external use. ui aurgi; cDntract to supply tho British army PENNY'S DRUG STORE. with corned beef for a period of three N. T1WETHBLE No.il.Hontli.lP.Mr. x.. No. Si.MouUi.llr" No. , North, 4tM A. M. No. , North, B:T P. No, T7, in:T A. M. FARMER'S DKPAXTMIWT. Will Cordler sold to W. C. Shanks a horao mulo for $165. Twenty-siacres of unimproved land near Sholbyville, sold at $150 on acre. For Sale. Cultivated hemp scea, 1003 crop. J. D. Walker, Richmond, four-year-ox Notice To Contractors. Glearaoee m Salel tv M Ky. For Sale. -- One Letting Monday, rich, .,...... 1,. i, ' '09. AH the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. A. S. PRICE, 150-acr- e ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Jesse Wearen, Adorina's Fox mass-meetin- g oui-sld- At McKinney, innim-fncture- o i i.,icn I Buy the I OLIVER PLOW. I I W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. I Stanford, I I ! I Che Lincoln County national Bank Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 m Car-sou- 's F?JRS 38,000.00 340,000.00 ,, J, L.Beazley&Co., you want to keep posted doings Kentucky, scribe for the political KeptucHy State Journal, S.-c- Kentucky. The best Democratic Daily Write for price and particulars to n, c nt W. P. WALTON, SAFEST Frankfort, Ky. i kW QIK9UE8 T J. C. McClary, mea-ure- TRANSFER MONEY DISTANH: - 1 ... t you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and me. est Drugs, S. DUDDERAR. ore Pinne, 17. Ilorcei'lione8J. W. B. Co. MoRoberts,00Si "jivr ti!!Ml: i-i- nil.,. .'V. JU. Aw L