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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fTERI0P JOURNAL r- Y r 1 r 1 I fOLe XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1909 NO 99 II OTTENHEIM Andy Adams bought a horso from Richard Young for 70 W II Anderson Pettun and Elmer Adams start for Kansas this week- J D Morgan has tho contract to get out timber for four tobacco barns John Hays and Mrs Molllo Turnbull wore made ono at Eld John Longs Thursday ph Pennington of Stanford has rented a farm near this place and will put In about 20 acres of tobacco W D Wallln boasts of having an educated horse While canvassing tho county be got so he could toll a demo itrat from a republican just as soon ne- he met him The White House has got to go It Is tho Executive Mansion under Taft Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept In bed for Qvo weeks Blood poison from Mpld ors bite caused large deep sores to cotcr his leg The doctors failed then Bucklena Arnica Salvo completely cured mo writes John Washington of Bosquet lllo Tex Forcpowa bolts burns and piles Iw supreme 2So at Pennys Drug Store When filthy lucre Is cleaned up It doth become As people ken instanter then A tidy sum Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppo Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows tub uw of FcJcys Honey and Tar for la grlpjlo coughs and deep seated colds Refuse any but the genuine in the yellow package I New Stanford Drug C- oCommissioners Sale I HoyU Circuit Court 1 V M IIIIJI AilmlnlitPdtor JtnlntllT vs Jnntew hill lUnnn In oindgtn0nt uf aalsherein ren dtml the term ltsloftheIfoyle t OUtt11w umllInlld OOllllnllllun erwlllouTUKHUAY PKBUUAKY 18 U0 AtorelautlbeIourotlol look r n In the Inndt lien lnhllaIIIll1nwIIIIhest 11 t dtirrllwd hlulto tons certain tract of Inuit eituoted In InIof ttrntueky on thecoin rn countHtnte llnthevlllhltfluf lrnch road l wilnu from lwnratrrtothsbUrobNrand coiultilnR nf s dwelling house and tout tAiereeofLend na Ixtnu norol1ArtlrUIIII ly bounded follows Io wlt- rltrglnnloglnthecxnterof the turnpike ihenw new IInll repini6tpoies- to II to JH Uuv tirrnoa with lint 0iMlluI14lfitydegrrta4e lalcsto o In County wilW thnc withWla74 we H w ci1rratdrgrerss1s III ro polesIont1K111- in County road corner to o with IUtu of church lo 111iI1 dl- I eE7 uIeNbi7 tloarrvsSV77pott- in grt rntor thunco with cenpr of pIkernI drRrroJ1 SW ICft oihetxuwniitnann flU poln contln innsonoi iM1t11111ti cMtUtt C Jt Mi Hutehlni by dped of rword In the Ltn coin County Court Clrrlt ontc Hnld real cttnto and improvements will be ncnMlt of nun nwholel noul ni mnntbtequnl pnrnronta for which lands will be given pxyablo to the Uommii ioner UnrlnR InUret dnte of snlo until ie 1- 1atlhernteufeper cent Ir nrnmut with npprovrd nocurlly to btOIIpru1 pnll n d bonds to tafornianduneclofn UdRlllellcnd to rftnln iv lien on I sold Jho nmount to bo by this sale II ov Umatod m IKI IncludIng route the um of tIt U McKOWKI- lMO a Boyle Circuit Court OOIIVUUY Attorney Central rfentuckv Real Estate txhange TITLE C- o1eaacrre I 6roolll on the WnynelhurICJlk croulbulldingsnlcnorchnrd Thlipropor housu Isty It near ebllrcu worth IblllrICI 1- lahnnl mllll tioftwuitory on 110 KIIo rondohn1 11015 good Imrnurehnnl and Is well wntvr 4 ednbout lXlnortl of this land Is button i Inuit and produce Itue Crops A burgnlnirt- JIVO H cas1i In one and two years No lt118 pcrll Wny outneshurgi rooll1 house0ahoilier J bulldlnm plenty IlOO NO 4108 horci near Level Green Hock a cnitlooountrKy Thus farm has n new 8 r story fmine IUIUI1 would cost to build now I good barn Crlb to located IIIIIr church and school This U n nice homo nnd M for HO jHf acre VI cuih ru mnlndorlnUmonlhie No 6188 acres adjoining tho nbove furmi 100 acres lnouUlvutlon oloolll i nlco or Slmrd onoofiuelMMUiirlngiJnthe coun ty rice JJrAI half calb j and r years No 6gl aor dj61nlhg farms Mo 4 and Q ISO acres In OlltlIIlon bulnnco In tlm lx r 1 white oak hickory and some tine cetlir IImSatory1oghueund oroh ant woll jLIA- No7YSArtgros nonr JlnreUburu KylfiCi ncres In pond dwelling house born and necesatry rhre water and school church IrJllt HISIlUon Price fJUOi K cab b lnnro in ono und two years Noetliacres nonrOonwny Ky nearly nil of thta tonal Is tottout lam Ohio far corn nnd inendow vory Booddwelllne bRrn and other bulidlngi on county rowe miles from lloroa Uotlcgo Uaih price ti- Nooeaneres WO on Drnkoj Greek s miles from Urnb Orchard This fnrta adjoint the pike nnd Impart of tho fleo lvwus farm Thla lsllne laud and III good condition all npcennry buildings This ti a bargain t O per acre No 81anford Ky in nice ahapetwthautnece tary buildings etc can OIl01 For full p3rttcalaritn regard to all the above farms sear or It n llughei at A James I hlteHtanfordKy J I I r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs H D Johnson of London Is deadlion W B Smith of Richmond was severely burned by his night robe catch Ing tiro Information of the death of Mrs Cal lie Smith at Fort Worth Tex has been received by Lancaster relatives- J T Cunningham died suddenly In his sons arms in the Q C railroad yards at Lexington after an attack ot apoplexyJohn aged 89 died at his home tn Boyle county Ho was a veteran of the Civil War and among the few our viving citizens who grow up with that countyWilliam Goode of Danville who had never walked a step spoken a word 01 heard sound in his life is dead For two years he had been blind Ho waa 67 years old Rufus Browder tho RusscllvHlo Negro who was given a death sentence at Bowling Green was taken to Lexington for safe keeping Tho soldiers who had guarded him during tho trial went with him Judge W C Dell In a decision render ed in tho Heath school book case in Mercer upholds tho right of Judge B F Roach to a fee of 6166 for recov ering a judgment of = 12133 against Heath Co for violation of tho contract with State to soul school books at a uniform price By a decision rendered in tho Circuit Court at Harrodaburg by Judge W C Den the city ordinance prohibiting the bringing into Harrodaburg of more than one gallon of whisky is null and void excepting when it is brought in tor the purpose of sale Tho decision was rendered in the cases of thb Corn monwealth against Cecil Dalloy charg ed with bringing into Burgin over ono gallon and the Commonwealth against Tom Turner charged with tho some of tense in which Judgo Boll sustained a demurrer to tho warrants and tho defendants were discharged Under this decision ono can now bring as much li quor into a local option territory as they desire providing it is not brought for the purpose of sale IN MEMORIAM In memory of Louise Holmes Brady infant daughter of Mr nell Mrs L D Brady who died at Covington Feb 1 Darling baby you have loft us Two long weeks sins you have gone But I know you are safe in heaven Mingling with the happy throng God hath given God hath taken Tho it rends our hearts in twain But ho sends his frown upon us To give back his smiles again She has gono to wait your coming Smiling where the angels standILingering there at heavens gateway Thatsho first may clasp your hand AUNT BESSIE The Tennessee legislature is deter mined to clip tho wings of Gov Patter son by taking from him nearly overpower that tho office has heretofore carried with It Ills nntiprohibitloi ideas and his alleged ability to have stopped tho Carmack murder have made him unpopular with cranks Kentucky State Journal The unwritten law did not go in the case of the Columbus Miss planter who killed a man because ho claimed ha had betrayed his slaughter On the contrary the written law prevailed and ho was sentenced to life imprison ment The insanity racket was also worked without avail This is a gratifying sign that juries oro coming to their senses Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a olVil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between desperate lung trou ble nnd the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 13fl pounds Thon I began to Use Dr Kings Now Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds ob Btlnato Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled COo and 1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I wonder why that kid yells all the time Doyou suppose ho enjoys itT No I dont believe ho docs But he probably thinks it would be weakness to humor us by stopping at times II A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no ohloro form nothing Unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store William Stadelman aged 60 years dropped dead just as ho boarded a street car at Newport NEWS NOTES Unusual cold weather in Mexico has greatly damaged the cotton crop Two bodies were recovered from the ruins of the Wabash warehouse which burned In Chicago E A Temple founder and presiden of the Bankers Life Association orDes Moines Iowa died of heart failure nt Orlando Flo Tho Carroll county Fiscal Court has appropriated 500 toward erecting a Confederate monument in tho court house yard at Carrollton The Interstate Commerce Commission has ruled that express companies can not be compelled to perform C 0 U II service for the liquor traffic The jury was finally made up in thi ease of Col D B Cooper Robin Coop co and John D Sharp at Nashville The hearing of testimony will begin to dayJ F McCarthy at Denver shot his wifo through the body fatally wound ing her then blew out his own brains The motive for McCarthys action Is not known Tho Board of Trustees of tho Midway Orphan School has decided to erect an other building to cost 30000 Fir destroyed the Orphans Home there a few months ago Figures just given out at Birming ham show that Alabama produced In January 148404 tons of pig iron against 146803 tons in December and 8603 tons in January of lost year Just as the Henry County Board of Health was about to announce that the county was free of Rrnallpox after deal ing with over 200 cases several cases developed near Bethlehem Casper L Simonds ason of the late United States Commissioner of Pat cnta William E Simonds was fount dead from accidental gas asphyxlatiot in his room at Hartford Conn Tho jury in the case of Rufus Brow del the Negro charged NIth tho mur del of James Cunningham a farmer or Logan county returned a verdict oi first degree murder and fixed the pen city at death At Jackson a formal call was issued for a great mass meeting of delegates from the 42 counties in Eastern Kent Jcky to gather there on Friday April 30 and take action to stop lawlessness In tho Eastern Kentucky mountains Six men lost their lives in a big lire at Milwaukee A falling wall caught five firemen and crushed out their lives and a laborer forced to rush through the flames to reach the open air died from the burns The property loss was about 250000 There are more convicts in the Ken tucky penitentiaries now than ever be fore in tho history of the Commonwealth the total number being 2035 which docs not include over 400 boys and girls that have been sentenced tc tho School of Reform Officers have captured a gang of K men at Palntsvillo Johnson county who it is charged have been systematically robbing the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad there for months resulting ir heavy losses Many cars have beer broken open and their contents stolen At the ccnference in Hopkinsvillo between General Manager Swing of the Dark Tobacco Planters Protective As sociation and the Christian county plant ors concessions were mado by which Christian county will bo allowed to sell tobacco loose in half million pound quantities I see you had n brand now joko in tbo last issue It cant be helped responded the magazine pbblishcr Unscrupulous contributors palm them off on us sometimes II nFoleys Honey and Tar clears the air passages stops the irritation In tho throat Soothes tho Inflamed membranes awl the most obstinate sough disappears Sore and inflamed lungs arc healed and strengthened and tho cold is expelled from tho system Rofuso any but tho genuine in tho yel low package Now Stanford Drug Co Her folks were posted on that elopement Cant tell me What makes you think that 7- fine chugged up In an automobile and didnt alarm tho house Provcntics those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check null colds and the Grip Trythera onco and See 14823c Sold by Penny s DrugStore- s Doeo a poet read much poetry No hes kept too busy looking over tho business chances anymalnitoppedDr Sboops Pink Pain Tablets Seo byPennysIt A woman in Virginia Ilsulng her lusband for divorco after living with sum for 30 years N 4A R e HUSTON vTLLE Smith T Powell will go to Mt Sterl ing next week In quest of some good horsesRev Jones of Louisville will prone at tho Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening Emmet McCormack noting the scare ity of farm horses will go to CIncinna U this week to buy a carload Mr Shores of North Carolina who boughttho John Murphy farm has moved in and is preparing to farm ex tenaively Look out for frosts in May on thi corresponding dato upon which we have thunder storms Id February says an old inhabitant Tom Hunn of Columbia a formei citizen of the West End passed thro here Saturday with a large bunch of cattle for the Boyle county market Jumes Yowell Doc Drye John K Baughman A B C Dinwiddfe and Wm Dodd will bo among the crowd from here attending the horse sales at Lexington this week Thomas Gann sold a pair of four yearold mare mules tq Newman Pat ton for 475 Jamea Yowell bought n threeyearold gelding from James Wright for 200 and a horse and mule from G C Riffe for 287 Mrs T J Bohon will arrive home this week after an extended visit in the West D H Skinner arrived Sunday from Stonega Va where ho has beet sick for some sime Born to tho will of Hardin Mullins a 10pound girl Miss Arnola Engleman who has been visiting Mat Engleman and wife at ML Salem left Saturday for Kansas City Mo to visit her sister Mrs Zimmer man S D Yowell wife and son Les lie leave on the 17th for a visit to the Sunny South stopping a week in New Orleans for Mardi Gras Rifle Tucker shipped to Cincinnati Saturday ono car of fat hogs at 5 to 5Jc and some extra fine blackbutcher cat tie McCormack Myers Vaughn shipped a car of hogs at 5 to EJc and ono car of mixed cattle Coulter McCormack shipped a car of hogs at 4I to Gc and ono car of butcher cattle at 3J to 4c- George L Carpenter and mother nro spending tho winter at Hendersonville N C Mrs Wm Myers and Miss Ka tie Warrincr were called to Liberty Sunday on account of illness of relatives Mat Engleman spent Sunday with his mother in Danville Geo W Fryc who is living on the Myers farm in Casey is reported seriously ill with a complication of troubles Reports from the agricultural department at Washington show that Kentucky raised 376000000 pounds of to bacco year before last this being more than half of the quantity raised in tho United States and one sixth of tho en tiro worlds production The prospects aro flattering for breaking the record this year and consumers over a great part of the world will continue to look to Kentucky for the weed The story of a dog returning to his Kentucky home from Tennessee recently mentioncdjin several papers as a wonderful pales into insignificance when compared with this case Some years ago F At Yowell sold a band of Gypsies going South a rcgueish here The horse was recognized some months later in Barnwell S C by Uriah Dunn who asked and was told by the Gypsies where they got liliu They sold him in that vicinity and several months later the horse showed up at Mr Yow ells place here The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered ono secret of long lifo ills method deals with tho blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs llfoj and makes It worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes tho blood rebuilds wasted nervo tells Imparts life and tono to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney troublo had blighted my lIfo for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Mo butElec trio Bitters cured mo entirely Only 50c at Pennys Drug Store- IlushandI 1 suppose you realize that was puro luxury Why then did you buy ItT You must have known that we couldnt afford it Wife Of course I did But you see my dear if it had been necessary we would have had to get it anywa- yHexamethylenetetramine Lifo n The above Is tho name of a German chemical which Is CIne of tho many valuable Ingredients of Foleys Kid lay Remedy Hexametbylonetetra nine Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a Curio acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice say irregularities and avoid a serious malady New Stan ford DrugCo If e I Official Vote Lincoln Co Primary 909I PRECINCTS CoAtty COal Sheriff Jaila Attuof Coronrt tll Stanford No1 14 51 551115 2 931114 ci221W I I l14 31 14 3 6511 i6 Stanford No2 12 33 56 7 2 1111 26 45 17 4 691 14 Stsnford No3 121 27122 81 159 I 3 13 88 3 33 63 61 18 Stenford No4 84 3t69135 14 7654 4Z44 4 7 3 9 71111 IJ 15 4 45113 Crab Orchard 1121 4l 4l 97 3 12 3 13 13 13 II I 72 31 520 54128HutourilleNolHiutonville No 2 5 116109 2 110 71 23 11 2113 8 2I 3 4336 35119WyneburgNo114 47 4 6 4143104 11 29 2 3 14 63 34 4 5 34 14 12- J WayneburgNo3 57 4913519 4q 5l58 101 18 34 46 5 4139 2 3t 1419 Mioritiei 420 173 14 523 216 81 J Ward Moore was elected raagiitntc in the Gab Orchard dittrict over L K Welt Moore 143 Well 117 J 1 Helm Sr wu elated magittrale in the Hustonrflle district over W M Duddau and Zora P Smith Helm 225 Smith 158 Duddetar 146 ToilorNode Clothing t You will find 500 samples on our counters from which you can makea selection for a TailorMade Suit We have the latest styles and patterns Sat isfaction guaranteed No fit no sale I J Cummins Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY EIEOTRIC RANGES The Range to buyn full saver a moneymaker the boat baker A line of select from and wo vill opnreciate a c- allQEORdE HI FARRIS Stanford Ir- i 1 1 yaw 1srr rw + aa4+ tin Tr1TLa + M rSY 1r a 1 I jII The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON CHARLES A MARGIN of Mercer county Is n candidate for Oom f monwealths Attorney of this the lath iu dlclal district mbject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii n cnndldnto for circuit Judge of thlslthomh district subject to the Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY lift candidate for circuit Judge of this the nth judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party rDemocratic Ticket State Senator 1RL HUBBLE I ForfepresentatlveW of Lincoln county p For County Judge 1 JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney V S BURCH I ClerknU For Sheriff y W L MCCARTY J For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer 4 DINK FARMER t e For Assessor r JOHN C PEPPLES of Schools tGARLAND SINGLETONF- or For Coroner j it GEORGE P BRIGHT Dllirictbt For Constable Stanford District IM BRUCE I Magistrate Crab OrchardDlstrlct IFor J WARD MOORE Magistrate Hustonrllle District JK HELMSR For Constable JIustonvIlle District TRUEI District JOHN M CAMDEM li For Constable Waynesburg District IIJOHNG BAUGH AT the trial of the sugar trust in New York it was shown that it used seven different devices for underweigh i ing sugar and thereby defrauding the government by underpayment of duties When we reflect that through the ma nipulation of this same trust the Dingley sugar duties wer so arranged as to give it undue and unearned profit we may more adequately estimate the ag tgravatedquality of the weighing frauds satisfied with robbing the sugar consumer the Ungrateful trust also robs the treasury It is this coddled arj for the restraint of trade by destroying praci 3I istration through its failure to enforce the provisions of the Sherman act ProgressiveEdition the Ken iTilEState Journal Sunday was chuck halftone cuts of prominent Ken FrankfortIwererr latest minute and all in all is a credit to Editor Walton and his splendid staff We are as proud of tho edition as the It young school girl is of her new checked school bonnet and that is going some Time CourierJournal very forcibly asks if this statement does not evince Kentuckyshighest surance can not be collected on proper bythosei givethetitled to would seem to be helpless un less they should move out of the State and sue the night riders IN a statement just issued United saysthat107793 05 as a candidate for the office of United States Senator from Wis electionfshowninSecretary of State Gee I Dont these old republicans believe in spending the coin for office 7 Lejtlslature legislative agents commonly called lob byists to wear a uniform with a cap SecT have some fun when the Legislature meets in this State theti politicians have been indicted for ruthi lessly cutting off the yard long whiskers of Attorney OSullivan who belonged to an opposing faction They cer 1talcly should have been indicted fort Iitcruelty to animals instead of facial disfigurement k4v rl- eI LINCOLN day1 was observed Friday throughout the United many foreign capitals Probablythous ands of meetings were held in cities towns and hamlets with varying programs of exercises The ebration was that at the Lincoln birthI place farm near Hodgcnville where President Roosevelt laid the corner stone of the memorial hall that is to be erected around the Lincoln cabin The I president delivered an address and there were speeches by Gov Willson Gov j Folk of Missouri Secretary of War Wright and Gen James G Wilson TilE ProctorTomlinson county local option repeal bill was passed by the Indiana House of Representatives The vote was 62 to 44 The Kleckner bllll substituting township and ward local option for county option and under I stood to be the democratic platform measure failed to pass for lack of a constitutional majority of 51 The vote on this bill was 48 to 47 A PENNSYLVANIA preacher is appeal ing to the Legislature to pass a bill req- Uiring every man and woman to marry bv the time they are 22 years of age He says this would do away with de pressed old maids and debauched old bachelors But there are some people of both sexes that nobody not even the devil would have How about them POOR Knox will have to serve as the Secretary of State at tho old price while the other secretaries get 12000 The Senate had to restore the former figure to overcome a constitutional inhibition TEXAS has over 100000 bachelors Go west old maid go west State Journal Frankfort Stanford has 100 widows come here old bachelors 1 Now that we have Old Abe off our hands we shall proceed to glorify old George whose surname was Washington POLITICAL R M Salmon was nominated by the democrats of the HopkinsChristian district for State Senator Alderman Joseph K Koheut long a leader in the Chicago city council com mitted suicide by shooting himself in the head The Tennessee Senate after a lively session passed the several election bills prepared with a view to curtailing the patronage of the governor The bill providing for a general com pulsory legalized primary waspassed by the Tennessee Senate by a vote of 18 to 13 Mr Taft has telegraphed the leaders in Congress to pass a bill reducing the salary of the Secretary of State so that Senator Knox can be eligible for the postSeveral thousand delegates likely will attend the first convention of the Ken tucky Anti Saloon League which be gins at Louisville tonight and ends Thursday night The President sent t Congress a special message regarding the care of dependent children and on Wednesday he will have a conference with Presi dentelect Taft Friends of Hon N W Utley of Ed dyville are urging him to enter the race for the Democratic nomination for circuit judge in that district We wish we were down there to help the clever judge land the plum Both Houses of Congress have before them all the work they can attend to before adjourning Marcia 4 Many of the big appropriation bills have hot been passed and night sessions will soon become necessary in the Senate Just before adjournment the Senate paused a joint resolution in the exact form which it had been passed by the House declaring Feb 12 to be a legal holiday in the District of Columbia and the Territories in honor of Lincolns birthdayIn message to the next Legislature Governor Willson will probably ask tho Legislature to make an appro priation for the erection and conduct of a home for Negro children of crim- Inal Negro parents He is being urged to lend his support to this movement by a number of women- Representative Langley of Ken tuckyin a speech injtho House criticis ed adversely the administration of the estates of the five civilized tribes of Indians Vice Presidentelect Sher man replied to Mr Langley saying that unnecessary reflections were cast on the Committee on Indian Affairs Congressman Rainey intends to reply to Presidentelect Taft the Panama officials and others who have been attacking him bedause of his charges in connection with the Government of Panama Mr Rainey said that he had no apologies to make and would be even more specific in reiterating his charges next time Dont dwig tho Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is tho weuk nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how quickly good healtrnvlll come to you again Test It and see 1 Sold by Pen nys Drugstore The steamer Peter Lee stranded off the harbor near Louisville No lives were tOIL CHURCH MATTERS Rev Dunne Mitchell of Baltimore evangelistdiedheart disease Rev T W Barker filled the pulpit at the Moreland church Sunday Rev D W Robertson presiding elder filled the above gentlemans pulpit here Rev G P Pledger assistant to Evangelist Billy Sunday who has completed a six weeks revival at Spo kane Wash died of pneumonia after weeksI Ministers As sedation met at Lexington and decided to establish a Baptist paper to be known as The Bluegrass Baptist of which Dr J W Porter of Lexington editorI preacher who says he has never kissed his wife although married for 10 years has started an agitation against kissing But that kind of a human pervert will receive little consideration The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Kye Nose Throat Ear Genlto Urinary Ilectnl Or gans Nervous System and HurgeryIEczema is ZEMO a scientific preparation fat external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema thickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggist Write for Mm pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis Ma Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex Then your clothes wbethera low price business suit or the anent evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your men uro for extrn trouser fancy vet top coats and overcoats YoU and Winter sam pies on hand ready for your Inspection UO nUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate safe guard for the future U a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It U conspicuous for economical manage maul liberality of its policy contracts fair dealing with Its members and large return to policy holders The company Is just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than companies combined Write for particulars stating ngennd whether mar ried or single to 1L NWLANUtMpecinlAgtSayers James I Whit Solicitor for Itockcnstle Co POSTEDWe whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute vi umbra to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mottle White P W Carter Hen 1 Martin IY Lawrence Tlnslwy Hpoonnrnore JH Hocker J Tettus TA Rice Joseph Halloa J L lioltzclaw Hasty Mrs JY 1ulllam It L lIlel8t t lnxton llrs n L WllhRms James N Cash J Nevln Carter MliLytle Mrs Jus llnlnes CarpenterTuomasDavid Htirton A L Thompson SIO Richardson JM Ware Miss Mettle Hewus Jlelchcnlmcti Ilros Fred Haumann AT Traylor- Lllburn Hooch NI1 Plummer ONunnelleyJJ K Bruce David Stevens JohnCnuienlscbi WmCordler Dan M D Elmore CiotllbOllck Fred Handorf JJThompson D M Anderson J F Moter Mr and Mm Jas H Ends A Kllmsa Mrs N J llorton LogunWIlev Father Leo Dr O Q Perry MiiBaughmauUrlahMr Margaret Uooch Jacob 4ander- Oeo O cuvens W H Trnylor Mae lloberts John Jufer Amend Hrtmcfcr 3t J Hofnmtin ETIleaslcy All Matheny IlOwsloyMJMorganN T Hllrrls ItO Wutkln- sJC Hundley U 1i Crow Mrs Nannie U Good C K McClure Anderson Carr Anton Ilonecker VonGruenlganT OllrpenterYReport of the Condition of The National Bank of rlustonvlll- et Hustonvlllo In tho State of Kentucky nt tins close of business Feb S 1WW RESOURCE mnslind Discounts 11311691 it- Overdrnftssecuredandunsecund 7 W P1- U H Itonds to secure circulation 12500 HO tanking liousefurnltureandax tures 2ttq 00- Due from National Hanks not re serve ngentsMM 116 I- Duo from Stale Banks 4 Hankers Duo from approved reservo agents 8741 W- HCheck and other cash Items 53- MNotes of other National Hanks 00 fractional paper currency nick els and centsMI 19 Lawful Money Reserve In think viz Specie 1B7W 00 Legaltender notes MO 00 18337 00 Redemption fury with UH Treas urer 8 per cent of circulation 625011- ry133tl9 Sl LIAIIIMTIES Capital Stock paid ln jjooflo oo Hurnlun fund njuuu 00 Undivided profits less lJCPOIISl1I and taxes paid l flu no National Hunk notes outstanding l ux ou Duo to other iJlsj 04 Due Ixaikyand 4 2 M Individual deposits subject chuck 120117 71- OertllliMl checks Notes and Mils rerediscounted J2WWM 81 Htato of Kentucky County of Lincoln 1111 I J W faker Cnshlvrof tlinabovunanud luiiu do solemnly swunr that tile above stlltelllentls true to thll bust of knowl edge J WIIOCKEIrCashier- Hubscrlbednndsworn to buforo mo this 11th day of Feb 3511 J WHosklns NI My commission expires Fob 2S 1912 JRobinsonand If You Want To Crow Corn Alfalfa hossirml cattle come to Duller Co Bond for list of improved farm Address J1 WEST Augusta Kns MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 F A AM will meet In stated rommunlcatlou on each first and third Monday nights of each month at 7Soclock In their ball on Main street Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra lonnyWMT1V NOTICEI Notice U hereby given that nil Lincoln county bonds of series iiissued March i w redeemable In 16 years with privilege 0 paying In 10 yours from said date will bo paid on the lit LillY of March iI41Y on mro entntioo to the Llncolu County National lInnk and that Interest on same will stop after said date Total amount J1BKX ThiaJanSi 1901 James McKechnle O II Cooper and W H UurchOommUUO NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I have opened n blacksmith and general repair shop at my home the old tollKitltt property on tho Htnnfordrlke near llus touvilleondaska public pa tronage FAULJK88K UustOUVllUKy B O CARTER Now Livon Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTU- CKYCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting such 01 Illock Work Ilivmntmti and In tact we can Snake any thing from a house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee nnt clan pricesbefore PHILLIPSBROSStanford Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the the world represented Couipetelnrata with IoI1R1Ingsuit In tho history of this agency Losses promptly paid and without discount No waiting oo days for your money Before In surlngcoll on MAHONY G RANKIN The Insurance Men of Sta- nfordPAIN Pain in the bead lLln anywhere hAs Its SUM rain ronnatloo 11blood reuurenothlnte- lse usually At yeast so says Dr Shoop and to prove It he has coated A little pink tablet That tlbltuUed Dr Bboops Ueadaebe Tables blood pressure away from II centers Is charming pleaitnaly theebblloodcibough el U eq If you have a headache its blood pressure If its painful periods with women same eataa It you are sleepless rcstleaa nrvcus Its blood mtettlon blood pressnm That surely II II rtalntr for Dr filioops Headacha Tablets stop dbertlautheBruiM your Sorer and doesnt It set red and swell pain rout Of course It does Its con pain1ralwaTsItssimplyat 26 cents end cheerfully fDr SHoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STOR- Ef1ENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150I Few people In tbe United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all thlngalt 1s essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY OOUBIRBOOBNAL one year and this paper for the price named aboTe Send your subscription for tbe corn bination to usaot tc the CourlcrJourna r 10 10 DRY FET II For Less Money Hocker Bootees you all know them leather lined from top to toe one dollar off the pairnow 400 Honest Mike Boots the oldfashioned tanned leather always soft lt 75 Centsoff the pair now 325 The Standard the best hightop ever made one dollar less than regular price now 400 Storm highItop now 325 been 400 all the season Honest Mike high top kip shoes reduced from 400 to 300 Boys high top tan a good one worth 350 f every day in the year but now 250 to close Of course these are Cash PricesifI Doht ask us i H J McROBERTS STANFORD I KENTUCKY flCEEt ErEeErE8 i mmI I tlmfHn a m Line of Stationery 0ilr I Generally w mml 8BBBBB BBBBBB BE J2r1 Jfiirst Rational Jan eskernforde y I Organtxfrt 1882 Capital 3toc fSOOOO Surplus and Vndivldtti Profit JC9OOO J f lfaa paid In 2t tancfs sinoa Organization 211 500f I rude 9owccounlr on Our 91111 OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice Pre3ident John J McRobcrts Cashier H C Uaughman Asst Casbr- wwSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS I J 1 F Reid J H Daughraan I M D Elmore J M PeUuIJH C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris ono C Robinson t W B OBannon JSlIocker C E Tate Highest Market Prices Paid For t Eggs Hides Furs Hens 9 to 912c- Roosters 4 to 4 l2c i Chickens 9 to lOcjDucks 8 to 9c J v Geese 6 to 612c- Turkeys lOto 12c 4 i icrapII+R Guineas 2 Per Dozen Rubber It H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky J 0 x T I i lT2 L ro CentsVvf s N1 i1 0 For an Extra Special Ynluo in Corset Cover Embroidery Tho regular Sff prico is 25c As long as this lot lasts at onlylOc per yard i C a r t L The h it KY Fan 16 1009 NEW assortment of fccal view post cards at Pennys Drug Store t to see them Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS T S STARLING Is in LouUvIllo on business MIss BESSIE YANTIS is visiting rela tives In Garrartl MRS Lout LLA PEACOCK la with Mrs George P Bright BORN to tho wife of E G Gllliland Sunday a daughter t Miss JACKSON went upto London J yer terday to visit relatives MR J C DAILRY and wife of Crab Orchard were here Saturday ATTORNEY G BO B SAUFLEY was In i Frankfort on legal business Saturday MR C C CARSON Is crippling around a rheumatic knee Liberty News Lewis of Crab Orch J was tho Ruost of Mrs W IF Hlg E P OWSLEY of Columbus is with his father Dr John B Owsley JOHN THOMAS MCALISTER spent Sunday i t In Danville with his sitter Mrs II C Sallee DR J W ACTON of KlnRsvlllc is out after a severe tussle with some broken ribs- LOGAN L THOMPSON of Mt Vernon spent several days with his sister Mrs Logan R Hughes I THE Current Event Club will meet Mrs Wm Severance Thursday af Feb 18 CHARLES WElL little son of Mr and Mrs Charles Lutes of tbo West End t Is very sick with pneumoiK 0Mns MARY C FELAND hn returned s from a delightful vUit to relatives and Western Kentucky I MRS A E GinBONS went up to MIddlesboro yesterday to visit relatives after a visit to Mrs W F Smith of + this place 11 lli were guests of their father and sitters r at Crnb Orchard last week MRS JAMES HOCKEP and little Eu 4 genia who have been guests of Mrs J I It W 0 Speed In tho WestEnd return 1 cd to their homo at Midway Friday MR A C DUNN of Stanford Is t pending tho day In this city Mr Dunn was doorkeeper of tho House oft at tho last session of tho Legislature Frankfort News f k THE following gentlemen were sent t from Lincoln county to attend tho ses alons of tho AntiSaloon League Cone Mention at Louisville which begins to night Rev T W Barker Clarence Tats J II Baughman and J A Allen THE edltorof this paper is taking a muchneeded rest at his old Virginia homo and enjoying a visit to his slated r and other relatives Ills friends and I 2 ny as ho does i LOCALS 1 t OLD papers in largo quantities for j sale at this office SEE my line of wagon and buggy bar t nets J C McClary LOOK at our field you 1buy W II Higgins IF you want good meatcall on Wil kinson Lutes Phone 47 t REX coal Is guaranteed Try it Denham Bros S I J RAVE you tried that good Rex coal yet You can find It at Denhams yard e r FOR SALEA 15horso power port able engine and boiler Js R Powell FOR all kinds of freshmeats phone 178 and have it sent to your house J wL t m t m 4 LISTENIf you want to sayo money 1 on building this year give mo your con tract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phono 84I- tI C TUB high wind of a large tree In front of Mrs Dennys residence on East Main street prizing up a quantity concrete pave FOR SALEA lot of roller skates Apply at this ofllco FOR good clean seeds sea our stock W GET tho genuine erplow points from Lipps Pcavyhousc Hustonvlllo Ky J I CASE and setters are money makers Let us show you W H Higgins Tits young society folks will enjoy an Impromptu dance at Waltons Opera Houso tonight TUG Sparilla corset never breaks on the hip It never rusts Sold by Miss Ella May Saunders WE make a specialty of pleasing par ocular people Try our Rex coal Wo guaranteu It Denham Drop FOR Warner storehouse on East Main Street Ap I ply at onco to W K Warner 1 I A MAD dog ran amuck In tho Hubble section last week biting Clove House a boy two mules and a cow Tho ca nine was finally killed I ALL persons having claims against tho estate of James Melvin deceased are requested to file same properly veri fied with tho administrator before Feb 20 im T J Hill Sr admr JOHN OWSLEY REm had tho misfortune to break one of his fingers on his left hand Saturday In a friendly scuffle with Wmfred Duncan Tho member is doing nicely wo are glad to state FOR SALE Farm of K acres situat ed in Prcachersvillc known as tho Holtzclaw place Date given later Anyone wk Ing Information concerning same will apply to J F Holtzclaw Prcachcrsville Ky tlDEN Hun Chariot Race at the moving picture show at Waltons Opera House Saturday night was enjoyed by a good audience Wild West Ranch 101 was also displayed on the canvas that night in a splendid manner HUTCHISON Mrs Jean Hutchison wife of Chris Hutchison of Crab Orch ard died Saturday night at that place of child birth and was buried in the Crab Orchard cemetery yesterday Her husband and one child aro left to mourn her loss TUB homo of tho John F Cash on Danvillo Avenue is for salts privately The residence Is large commodious and in good repair There aro 29J acres In the lot For further particulars call on H C Baughman at the First Na tional Bank or James N Cash T4r UNFORTUNATELY veral mistakes crept Into the tablo of tho vote at tho democratic primary on Feb Gth and wo print it again in correction It is rath er strange and unfortunate as well that he mistakes occurred in tho sheriffs race tho only close ono Mistakes fre quently occur In the best of regulated families and wo beg Indulgence STOLE A LOAD Droaddus colored stolo a load of hemp of GOO or 700 pounds from Mr John B Foster Friday night and took it td Lancaster Saturday and disposed of it to Robert West tho hemp man Mr Foster went over after Miller and was returning with him when Sheriff 11111 and Deputy Hester met them and took tho hemp man in charge Broaddus is in jail awaiting the action of the grand jury I WANT to thank tho democrats of Lincoln county for their support in the lato primary election I am for tho wholo ticket from stem to stern and thero are no sore spots on me All th nominees are cordially Invited to come and stay with me during their canvass for tho Fall election especially Dink Farmer who defeated me for the nom- Ination for jailer This is DO tlmo to cry Irregularities Wo must put our shoulders to the wheel and elect our ticket in November by an overwhelm ing majority said Mr J C Hays to us yesterday This sounds mightygood r Cents For extra good quality Hamburg Edge 0 inches wide This would sell in a regular way for 16c to 25c This special price is for this lot as long as they last I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY I Interior Journal 1STANFORD Boxt 1with 1with rItrlendln lianodst Representatives pleasurthatt edsbefore Stanforda MeekaS +Ituprooted FrJafternoon 1Jmant IIIiigginsS tobacco ORRRRENTTho 68IofI ncrsvlllee OFIIEMrMiller canIdidates Id CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer OUR Northern seed Irish potatoes aro In stock now W H Hlggins A DAUGHTER of Milton Simpson colored died at Boney vlllo of consumption last week WANTED a firstclass farm hand Must como well recommended Dr Hugh Reid Stanford WANTED to rent a dwelling of four or five rooms In or near Stanford J M Carter Sr Moreland 2t Two No3 Oliver typewriters built over and with a years guarantee for sale Irlco b45 each M A Johnson Stanford Tim creditors of TP Hill are notified that their claims must be filed with us as required by law at once P M McRoberts and J B Paxton Exors To TilE LADIES IIttime to have your order taken for a Spring corset Call In and bo fitted Miss Ella May SaundersiTHE JOURNALrepresenta tivo will bo at Lancaster next Monday county court day and will bo glad to eco those owing this paper Dont fall to see him THE wrestling match Valtons Opera house Thursday night between Lloyd Perrin and Claude Bibb proved an interesting affair each ono evincing considerable knowledge of the art The victory was awarded to Mr Bibb LEON tho bright little son of Judge and Mrs J W Hughes of Mercer coun ty died at Harrodsburg after a short illness Tho father has many friends hero who deeply sympathize with him and Mrs Hughes in their trouble Tim stockholders of tho Crab Orch ard Fair and Racing Association are requested to meet at the courtroom in Crab Orchard Feb 22 at 1 r M Duel ness of importance is to bo transacted J W Guest Pres R II Bronaugh Secy RILM CHOSSFIELD of Transylvania University delivered a most interesting lecture on Ideals in Education Sunday night at the Chris tian church The address was instruct Ivo and should stir tho educational spir it wherever delivered Ho made a strong plea for higher education A splendid audience greeted him MONTGOMERY Safnnel Mont gomery aged GO of McKinney died at his home Friday of pneumonia and was buried at that place Saturday at 10 o clock A M after serviced by Mr J C McClary of this place Mr Montgom cry was a devout member of the flap tist church and was a splendid citizen in every way lie leaves a wire and three children to mourn his loss THE democratic which appearS on our second page will sweep tho re publicans off the map next November it matters not who they nominate Our ticket is well distributed and is a win ner from top to bottom It is unfortu nate that there is to be a contest over one nomination but we aro confident that tho democratic county committee will deal fairly with contestant and con testeo and that long before November comes all soreness will havo disappear ed We beg that all differences be for gotten all pull together and victory will be ours in November world with out end CIRCUIT COURT Circuit court open ed yesterday for a two weeks term Judge W C Bell presiding Judge Bell delivered a strong charge to the sUbIjectsforeman J H McAlister D M Anderson E J Tanner J B Williams Dan Traylor J C Hays David Scott D S Rife Robert Givens T D New land Will Sprinkles Tho following is the petit jury W H Higgins S J Embry Jr C V Gentry James Eads Thos Wilder Ham Boone W G Rout en Henry Anderson 0 P Huffman Will Stone A C Alford J T Binga man W H Underwood J M Stone J II Bright Geo D Robinson James Holman John Holtzclaw Will Cordier B D Holtzclaw S J Embry Sr J L Beck Jess Walter Aden Rigney Court then adjourned till this morning at 9 oclock SEE our baking powder window display W II HIggins IT looks willneverquit rain ing Rained Sunday and yesterday it was a continual downpour all day which made It quite disagreeable under foot WilY do some of those candidates who were disappointed in the democratic primary run to this man and that man and tell him of irregularities alleged to have occurred 7 Why dont they take their successful opponent by the hand and say I am for tho nominee first and last and am ready now to do battle against the republicans Dont let your record as a democrat be marred Beck ham and Bryan who went down In de feat said Tell our friends to remain truo to tho great democratic party be cause the greatest good is derived from that party to the greatest number Heed the advice of these two splendid democratsI FOR SALE I 2t boiler a ml engine and saw mill for sale Will sell either or both CHAR KMHKUN Ottenbelm Ky 1oMolIlce Way Del burg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to eell privately my itock of Gro ceries find Hardware Doing n good bust ness Will invoice about FIOM Keason 111 health OKO D HOPPKKRtnnford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form If Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I v grnuInndthe Stanford pike Improvements and fenclna good plenty of water and fruit Also 123 acres of tlmKred land one mile Knit of MoKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Nee grow ng crop J A WVENMAgent MoKlnny Ky BIG JACK SALE slaving decided to retire from the Jack business on account lit my age t will tell nt public auction on- FEBRUAItY2ITIL 11W at lOoolock A M allot my Jacks nnd Jennets All of which an strictly flrstclats unlinnl I have been it breeder of these animals for CO yenta and I HIII only getting out of the business on ac count of my extremeage- Hliould the weather be lad the sole will be conducted under shelter Dinner will be groundWrite J P llAtlllKHSOX Hl- lIarksvlllo Ky L Scr DS Wo ship licit quality Held and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices Wo Hell clovers grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow peassoja leanspeanuts seed potatoes cabbage plants gardenleansnnd flower seeds land plnitur and tortilla ers Write us for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE BKKDOO 215 Second Ave North NniliTllle Tjnn Mill Elevator Residence and Land For Sale This mill property known liS till Brad fordsvllle Holler III Is a thoroughly- tqUlppetlJllnnt with n capacity of CO barrels besides meal and Imbam producingexcelled by any The Elevator was built In Ilea hue a capacity of ai000 bushels and Is equipped with the latest Improved machin ery tho business was 1W6 and and Is favor with a large steady and profitable trade The residence Is n new two story 10 room frame with nil necessary outhouses turn buggyshed corncrib etc all In good re air on n lot 180 feet front by 676 feet deep maplesIDfeetsides of house Une of tho most comfortable and desirable homos In Marlon County At tachuil to this li n plot of about II acres of the very lineal bottom laud than which there Is nuns better In the State The whole property ties together In the edge of tho town of Ilradfordsville Ky a beautiful village with good churches and orkIIOmllelCounty where the nearest mill Is located and where this mill iliaa good trade This U an unusual opportunity for n handsome homo and a IIro established hUll ness The whole property will bo sold to tho highest bidder on the premises WEDNESDAY MAHOH 10TII WOO at Executor snle Terms made known on day of sate For further Information call on or addressT B B TKKHUNB Executors Bradfordiville Xy V 5 Cents f For good line of patterns of Liucn Laces Patterns in this lot worth lf and 16c Weofler any in this lot for 6c per yard ji I r L J I f a L R HugllCS T W Humble W O Martin J Spring Oxfords Its a little early but we have a beautiful line in all styles colors and prices such as 2strap colonial combination 1strap Ac These are in the latest colors wine bloodgolden brown- c They have already begun to roll Come in and make your selection before the stock is picked over We will endeavor nt nil times to have our goods in the house as soon if not sooner than any one else and we intend to give you the best that the market can afford at the lowest possible prices Make our store your headquarters while in town and we will convince you that we bavfe the quality and our prices are right n I HUGHES MARTIN COsaDry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI n FIEliDSEEDS ++ + +++++++ + MMMMMHft The very best the market affords at Prices that are right for SPOTCASB W E Perkins Crab Orchard Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods xii i I Charles Wheeler Emporium u 1 HUSTONVILLE KY a GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast tD TicKets Good RctcralBg Until May 31st 1909 Write for rates and folder H C KING CPA 101 E Main St Lexlnftoa KyI i r Q 1 + rwJryj z4r + rr + MC7t t sttryy+ rS + The Interior Journal Xnteredin the Post OQice ol Stanford at 1HONlclaM matter t L N TIME T1 BLE I NoJlHoathllzWiV i NO a Mouth nan A x No zi North ew A x No Y4 North 837 P X No17 10M7A x- No2IMPx JOS 8e RICE Agont II The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or dis east can find relief and be permanents ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi texternal use All durggists sell ZEMC S DRUG STORE fPENNPS PRICE I Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY w Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco TarnsIInsurance 1Jesse D Wearen Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence J bone S Offlce 95 t Insure with mo and be fully v prote- ctedAdorinas j Fox l Is n handsome large young Jersey Bull de Mended from n and unbroken line ol the most noted bulls nnd cows on tbp Is land of Jersey England and America UII ltlff II one of the belt bulls ever and hll dam is a show cow that hRS given 8- 5pounds of rich milk In one day It you bo Ueve Like begets Like or the Llkenell of some Ancestor and have n itrlctl good J cow you should avail yourself of his icr I ti Tlce He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved reglitered cows out herd tbl for a fee of sendingIN liWe have to over three extra choice f trail calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky 1 You can nud our Standanl Remedy the blood and liver medicine ret known KidT factured under the pure tool act of Juno ni IAN and guaranteed by the manufacturer If itthe Is taken occordlnlC to directions if he or she U not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains andoses with n registered guaran tee and mailing card with full Instructions We tend It to any address by mend on re of f1 per package or six for SX I3ettorordera box today If taken In time you might save a big doctors bill Ifetnemberif you take the Remedy accord Ing to Instructions and Rro not benefited you get your dollar back You will not r find remedy In drug stores for sale It sa sold only bv our duly authorized agents RfcUBEN WlkLIAMH Agent we Buy I FURSr Hides and ji Wool Feather Tullow Beeswax Ginseng t Golden SeUYcOow Rood May Apple r WM Ginger eta We ire dealers eitaUuKeJ U 1656 Orer hula CCTtorrin I lownlleaodandobetter for you duo cmn or tOBuanon merchants Reference eel Dink fa Louunfle Writs let wecUy price lirt and tlippua tsp M Sabcl Sons e 223 E Market Si LOUISVILLE KY 1 JLBeaz1eyCo k Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture StattingBRugB They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right KENTUCKYIt J C McClary i Undertaker Embalmer and I HarnessSaddleryff A la1 I FAHMERS D1PARTMIKT IThe W R Frazier farm of 113 acres in Fayette sold at 16S5 FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1908 crop J B Walker Richmond KySThe Robert Marshall place of 1136 acres near Maysvillc was sold for 44 229 FOR SALE One good milk cow Fresh Mrs Catherine McClary Stan ford KySW A Bacon of Fayette bought a chestnut colt by Peter the Great for 900 At Carlisle Thos McClintock bought a lot of corn at 365 and sold a bunch mules at 135 to 180 I have 13 coming twoyearold mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henry Catron R F D No1 Stanford The highest price of the season for May wheat was reached in the New York Produce Exchange when that option sold at 117 per bushel Charles Lutes bought of J II Baugh man a carload of 1100pound cattle at 5c Mr Lutes bought in and around Stanford 46 yearlings at 4 to 4c FUR SALEA good combined mare eight years old kind and gentle and a good looker Black in color and suita ble for family use Colonel Gooch Kingsville Ky Fou SALETeam of four year old horse mules 16hands high extra good ones Eightyearold family horse and ninoyear old family mare Charles Lutes HustonvilleSAbout the most unique Lincoln cele bration in the United States was at Hamburg Stock Farm Fayette county where Nancy Hanks the famous race mare named for Abraham Lincolns mother held a largely attended recep tion under the auspices of her owner John E Madden MATRIMONIAL John Smith a widower of 90was married at Xenia Ohio to Miss Lula Jones aged 40 George Young and Miss Stella Ar nold prominent young people of Boyle county eloped to Jellico Tenn and were married L G VanArsdale a wealthy and prominent citizen of Mercer county and Miss Carrie Fields also of that county were married in Danville last weekJames North agent for the Q C at High Bridge and Miss Ida McCros ky daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac McCrosky of Harrodsburg were mar ried at the home of the bride Wednes day morning at 9 oclock by Rev Frank Thompson of Cairo Ill Mr and Mrs North left after the ceremony forJack sonville Fla where they will spend several weeks after which they will return to High Bridge to make their future home Mr North is a son of Hon and Mrs M F North of the West End and is an excellent young manGo tell Gov Willson that property in Kentucky has been ruined by the tobac co war and that in Bourbon county last Saturday at toaster commissioners sale 33 acres near Jacksonville sold at 170 per acre and that the Hume farm near Clays cross roads containing 151 acres sold at 17150 per acre If tobacco is pooled again land will go down to 200 an acre and ruin the StateCarllsle Mercury Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope II said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich sullerlngfrora severe rectal trou ble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills IIshe writes till wholly ured1I They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa tion Headache 25c at Pennys Drug Storo When sky js painted blue And grass is painted green The coloring is true And makes a pretty scene Both sky and grass then look the part I must admit But is this Art 7 When sky is painted green I And grass is painted blue My mind Is quite serene For then I have my cue The picture then delights my heart I know full well that this Art- S a S The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is tine In flavor and is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or SO minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store I enjoy an occasional dinner with a married friend II Somo of these brides are queer cooks But you dont have to watch your hat and coa- tFoleys Orino Laxative cures constl pation and liver troubleand makes the bowels healthy and regular Orino is superior to pills and tablets as ltdoes tnkoICo Sherman Cope exsheriff of Breathitt county was found dead in his room in the L E Hotel at that place Notice To Contractors Letting Monday rich i 09ti Notice is hereby given that Ias Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Kwill until 10 oclock A si Monday March 1 1009 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel Contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in Mid Lincoln county Ky All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone and gravel must be sealed and filed with mo on or before 10 oclock A n Monday March 1 1001 at Stanford Ky and no bids will be received after that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders andcontractors will be required to give bond with surety to ho approved byme for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within the time and under the condi tions hereinafter mentioned Stanford IS Danville pike Sec 1 front Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites Sato 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Mrs Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods of etono or gravel Stanford it Hush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 35 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods of stone or 30 rods gravel Stanford Knot Lick Sec 1 from Stanford to Hustouvillo pike to Hang iug Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville Hustonvillo pike 20 rods gravel Stanford Millcdgcvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford Hustonvillo pike to McCormacks Church 10 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from McCormacks Church to Milkfdgeville 10 rods of gravel Stanford Ireachersvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Wilkergons Branch 20 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Wilkcraous Branch to Crab Orchard Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Stanford Crab Orchard pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Uaughinana gate 40 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Baughmans gate to Bywaters gate 15 rods of stone or 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 3 from By waters gate to Crab Orchard 25 rods of stone or gravel Stanford etc Ottcnheim piko Sccl from Stanford Waynesburg pike to J G Lynns 20 rods of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from T G Lynns to Boouea shop 15 rods stone or gravel Same Sec 3 from Boone shop to Ottenheim 10 rods of gravel Stanford Dix River Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Hadens Switch 10 rodsof gravel Same Sec 2 from Hadcns Switch to Trajlora lone 30 rods of grovel Same Sec 3 from Traylors lane to Our rani lino 20 rods of gravel Stanford Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Logans lane 20 rods of stone or 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Jognns lano to Garrard lino 15 rots of gravel Stanford Yaynesburg pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim piko 15 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Otteuhelm piko to Maywood road at foot of Knobs 25 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Maywood road to Carters Store 20 lLi of stone Same See 4 from Carters Store to HutchUoua Schoolhouse 15 rods of stone Same Sec 5 from Hutchisons Schoolhouse to Butts Store 15 rods of stone Same Sec 0 from Butts Store to Kinggville pike 20 rods of stone Same Sec 7 from Kingsvillo piko to George Gaines 15 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Gnincs to G W Clifts 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 9 from G W Clifts to Vaynesburg 8 rods of gravel Stanford Ilustonvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs Storo 10 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Cashs Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Hanging Fork to Hustouvillo 40 rods of stone or 50 rods gr1clI- Iustonvillo Cofleys Mill pike Sec 1 from Hustonvillo 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 Hustonvillo Bradfordsville pike whole road 15 rods of gravel Hustouville el Danville pike Sec 1 front Hustouvillo to Black pike 50 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Black piko to Boyle county lino 50 rods gravel Ilustonvillo Carpenters Creek pike 40 rods of stono 9r 60 rods of gravel Hustonvillo McKinney piko 10 tads of gravel McKinney it Coflbys Mill pike Sec 1 from South Fork pike to tollgate 20rods gravel Same Sec 2 from tollgate to Fair piace40 rata of stone Same Sec 3 from Fair place to Mt Salem 40 rods of t6ne Same Sec 4 from Mt Salem to Casey lino 15 rods of stone A McKinney t Turhersvillo pike from McKinney to Joan Murphys 30 rods pf gravel- McKinnoy South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel Tarnersville it McKinnoy pike 50 rods of gravel Turpersville it McCormacks pike Sec 1 from Turnersvillo to Sum Helms 8 rod of gravel Same Sec 2 from Sam Helms to 0 Bishops 8 rods gravel Same Sec 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick 10 rods of gravel Black piko 15 rods of gravel Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Crab Orchard to G W Evans place 30 rods stone Same Sec2 from Evans place to Garrard line 25 rods of stone Cf Crab Orchard Chappells Gap piketvhbferead 35Vods of stone or gravel Danville it Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Lincoln it Boyle pike 5 rods pf gravel tr ngeviIle f Pleasant Point pike See 120 rods ot gravel Same Sec 2 I from Casey county rond to Kingsville 20 rods of gravel f Rowland CutOfrplko 10 rods of gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must he on margin df road or section by Sept 15 1909 All gravel must be sread before Od 15 lOOn All metal is to be measured by thtisupervisor who may designate when and where it is to be spread Alt crushed stone must bo spread hot later than an11010 7 All stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravelmust lw clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney dC Cofleys Mill pike and Turnersville McKinuey pike must be from Green River The court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or crushed Tune supervisor reserves the right to reject any and nlljhids Blank forms on which bids may be made can be obtained fromtho County Clerk Copies of bonds maybe obtainedat the County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a reel crusher and contractors will be permitted to use it at 1 per rodeJS K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnplkq hoods for Lincoln County t I c = 1Y tc c 3t Glearaoee SateJ ii ItAll the Winter Goods must 4 l I be sold at cost L 3 Y CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 811 48 81li Coat JlO 0 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now GOB 820 Suitnow 81548 817 50 Suit now 12 4g 815 Suit now 0 08 812 50 Suits now 8 OS 8 10 Suit now G 48 87 50 Suit now 4 08 85 Suit now 3 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now t 8P 48 812 60 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now G D8 750Coatnow 4 08 3ft Cent now 3 48 i ob High Top Shoes 83 48 83 50 High Top Shoes 8 208 h 500 heavy llecccd lined under a wear 30c Mens Felt Boots Men and Wom ens Rubbers All reduced accord lualye SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank r Ii8I Tobacco Growers Stop at W II HIGGINS nUll see the BEMIS Transplanter for Tobacco Tomato Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Ac The transplanting can be done when the plants arc ready You do whit for rain OH each plant is watered at the roots us set and the roots are covered by dry firm dirt which can pot bake and whichretains the moisture underneath 1 It will pay you to investigate before setting your plants I t W H HIGGJNS Stanford Kentucky Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital50000100Surplus Resources 34000000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIERr t J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIERI j W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DVEOTOWS J B Owslov Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford J John ft Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Thin kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilhcrts Creek It L Ilubhlo Lancaster W H Cummins Prcachcrsville Lilburu I Gooch Gilberts Creek r If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky sub scribe for the x 1 eQtuc y State Journal f- The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for price and particulars to t AJf WeP WALTON Frankfort KyJ 1 THE SAFEST AND QOI86CEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY t IS RY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY eecRWasttn r If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill I ed and made from the Best and Purtest Drugs Call on me I W B McRoberts w e a DRUGOIW TAN Oft tJ i 1 r7 L i S1pr wJarj yf+ Y r tr r +LMu4 Ljt fYarMt yw ++ + Iyi w inS r Iit n 1 4 i- k t i 1 The Interior Journal l t Mnteredin the PottOffice at Stanford w tnonddaa matter i r L N TIME TKBLt NollMoutbllPSPxNoIIII Houthnn A N- NolsNortb4t0A x- NorlNorth6lr PI- Non11 1047 A M Nor 155 PM JOS S RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand skin or dis f easecanfindrelicfandbepermanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fob txterntl use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICE g Surgeon Dentist k STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over HcRoberla Drug Store in r the Owsley Building blurts Ttbicot and Tobacco urns Nothing Hut Insurance Jesse De WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence phone 80 Office W Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey Dull do Mended from A and unbroken flue ol the most noted bulls and cowi on tbp Is land of Jersey EnglAnd end America Ills 1Irt Is one of the bulls ever Imported and his dam Is a show cow that has given e6 beisome Ancestor and have a strictly eowyou should limit yourself of his ser w vice lie will bo allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this for a fee of Make engagement before sending chow to he bred n OTTEn Telephone 80 Stanford K- yNIIrWe have to offer three extra choice boll cole that will be sold at right prices r At McKinney Ky Yon can nnd our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and livermedicine yet known In case IUlImmutilm Bait Rheum Kidney Trouble and nil diseases arising from Impure blood It hns no equal H Is menu fractured under tho pure food act of Juno Oil pee and guaranteed by the manufacturer the JY Is token according to dlrectlonl- and if ho orsho 1s not oonetltcd by the use of the llemedy we will rotund your money AVe can do nothing more Each package contains It doses with a registered guaran- teeand mailing card with fullInstructions We tend tt to any address by mall on reo celpt of 11 per packaRD or six package for K Better order n box today doctorshbilltime you might save a big liemember U you take the lIeme y according to Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not find remedy In drug stores for sale It 1s sold only bv our authorized agents- ItIUnEN WILLIAMS Agent We Bu- yFURS Ir Hides Wool and Featlien Tallow Beeswax Ginseng GoMeaSeUYVHowRocOMarApple Wild Ginger eta We ue dealers etuUiifxd in 18560 htlf cratoirta LawrJeandca do better lot you thin tgmti at 1asimnoa aierctiutx RteOI ur DUI in LuomRe Writ lot weekly pace lilt oed act irin7 rap M Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KT J lBeazley CO Undertakers and Embalm f en Also Dealers in Fur aiture iralUngsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 J7C McQary = Undertaker Embalmer atid eater In Harness Saddler j STANFORD KY f r Met Phone derv nomePhono j P 4- J I PAMER S DEPARTMSXT IThe W RFrrm of 113 acres in Fay tte sold at 15335 FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1903 crop J B Walker Richmond Ky The Robert Marshall place of 1136 acres near Mayaville was sold for 44 229 FOR SALE One good milk cow Fresh Mrs Catherine McClary Stan ford Ky W A Bacon of Fayette bought a chestnut colt by Peter the Great for 5900 At Carlisle Thos McClintock bought a lot of corn at 365 and sold a bunch mules at 135 to 180 I have 13 coming twoyearold mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henry Catron R F DNo1 Stanford The highest price of the season for May wheatwas reached in the New York Produce Exchange when that option sold at 117J per bushel Charles Lutes bought of J II Baugh man a carload of 1100pound cattle at 6c Mr Lutes bought in and around Stanford 46 yearlings at 4 to 4Jc FOR SALEA good combined mare- eightyeara old kind and gentlo and a good looker Black in color and suita ble for family use Colonel Gooch Kingsville KyaFoil SALE Team of tour year old horse mules l hands high extra good ones Eight year old family horse and nineyearold family mare Charles Lutes Hustonville About the most unique Lincoln celebration in the United States was at Hamburg Stock Farm Fayette county where Nancy Hanks the famous race mare named for Abraham Lincolns mother held a largely attended reception under the auspices of her owner John E Madden MATRIMONIAL John Smith a widower of 90 was mariied at Xenia Ohio to Miss Lula Jones aged 40 George Young and Miss Stella Ar nold prominent young people of Boyle county eloped to Jellico Tenn and were married L G VanArsdale a wealthy and prominent citizen of Mercer county and Miss Carrie Fields also of that county were married in Danville last weekJames North agent for the Q C at High Bridge and Miss Ida McCros ky daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac McCrosky of Harrodaburg were mar ried at the home of the bride Wednes day morning at 9 oclock by Rev Frank Thompson of Cairo III Mr and Mrs North left after the ceremony forJack sonville Fla where they will spend several weeks after which they will return to High Bridge to make their future home Mr North is a son of Hon and Mrs M F North of the West End and is an excellent young manGo tell Gov Willdon that property in Kentucky has been ruined by the tobac co war and that in Bourbon county last Saturday at master commissioners sale 33 acres near Jacksonville sold at 170 per acre and that the Hume farm near Clays cross roads containing 161 acres sold at 17150 per acre If tobacco is pooled again land will go down to 200 an acre and ruin the State Carlisle Mercury Revolts At Cold Steel Yppr only hope ft said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich siUlerlnjjfrorasovorortctaHrou ble lies in an Operationtlthen I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa tion Headache 25c at Pennys Drug Storo pr Whenskyjs painted blue And grass is painted green The coloring is true And makes a pretty scene Both sky and grass then look the part I must admit But is this Art 7 When sky is painted green And grass is paInted blue I My mfnd is quite serene For then I have my cue The picture then delights my heart- I know full well that this Art a a The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is fine in Ilav0r and Is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample freo Sold by Pennys Drug- Store I enjoy an occasional dinner with B married friend iSome of these brides are queer cooks HBut you dont have to watch your hut and coat Foleys Orino Laxative cures consti pation and liver troubleand makes the bowels healthy and regular Orlno is superior to pills arid tablets as it does takoICo Sherman Cope exsheriff of Breathitt county was found dead iit his room in- ItheL E Hotel at that placer I I Notice Toe Contractors Letting Monday rich i 09f Notice is hereby given that I as Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Kywill until 10 oclock A u Monday March 1 1009 receive turnPlkCS1inAll bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone grave niust be sealed and tiledwith nits on or before 10 oclock A Ml Monday March 1 1009 at Stanford Ky and no bids will be received after that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders and contractors will be required lo give bond with surety to be approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to BO perform their contracts within the time and under Iho conditions hereinafter mentioned Stanford tC Danville pike Sec 1 front Stanford to Mrs Matlio Whites Sato 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Mrs Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods of stone or gravel Stanford Rush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 35 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods of stone or 30 rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford it Huslonvillo pike to Hang ing Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville Hustonvillo pike 20 rods gravel Stanford Millcdgevillo piko Sec 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to McCormacks Church 10 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from McCormacks Church to Milledgevillo 10 rods of gravel Stanford it Prencherfivillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to Wilkereonu Branch 20 rods of stone Same See 2 from Wilkcrsons Branch to Crab Orchard Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Stanford tt Crab Orchard pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Uaughinaus gate 40 rods of tone Same See 2 from Baughroans gate to Bywalera gate 15 roils of stone or 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 3 from Bywaters gate to Crab Orchard 25 rods of stone or gravel Stanford Otlcnheim pike Secl from Stanford Wayueeburg pike to J G Lynns 20 rods of atone or gravel Same Sec 2 from J G Lynns to Boonos shop 15 rods stone or gravel Same Sec 3 from Boouos shop to Ottenheim 10 rods of gravel Stanford it Dix River Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to lindens Switch 10 rods of gravel Same See 2 from Hadcns Switch to Trajlors lane 30 rods of gmvcl Same Sec 3 from Trnylora lane to Gar rani line 20 rods of gravel Stanford LanCASter pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Logans lane 20 rods of stone or 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Logan lane to Garrard line 15 rods of gravel Stanford it Wayueeburg pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike 15 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Otleuhelm pike lo Maywood road at foot of Knobs 25 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Maywood road to Carters Store 20 rods of stone Same See 4 from Carters Store to Hutchison Schoolhouse 15 rods of stone Same Sec 5 from Hutchisons School house to Butts Store 15 rods of stone Same Sec G froiu Units Store to Kinggvillo pike 20 rods of stone Same Sec 7 from Kingsvillo pike to George Gaines 15 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Games to G W Clifts 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 9 from G W Clifts to IuCburg 8 rods of gravel Stanford tL Huslonville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs Store 30 rods ofstone Same Sec 2 from Cashs Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of stone Sama Sec 3 from Hanging Fork to Hustouvillo 40 rods of stone or 50 rods gravcl- IfustoDiIle Cofleys Mill pike Sec 1 from Huslonvillo to Wm Carr sons 20 rods of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from Vhi Carsouo to Ml Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel Hustonville Bradfordsville pike whole road 15 rods of gravel Hustouvillo Danville pike Sec 1 from Huslonvillo to Black piko 50 rods of stone Same Sec 2 front Black piko to Boyle county line 50 rode gravel Hustonvillo Carpenters Creek pike 40 rods of stone qr GO rods of gravel Huslonvillo it McKinney pike 10 rods of gravel McKinney it Coffeya Mill pike Sec 1 from South Fork piko to tollgate 20 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from tollgate to Fair place 40 roils of tone Same Sec 3 from Fair place to Mt Salem 40 rods of atone Same Sec 4 from Ml Salem to Casey lino 15 rods of stoneyMcKinney it Turnersvillo pike from McKinney to Murphys 30 rods pf gravel r McKinney it South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel s Turnersville it McKinney pike 50 rods of gravel Turpcrsville McCormacks pike Sec 1 from Turuorsviilo lo Sam Helms 8 rods of grovel Same Sec 2 from Sam Helms to 0 Bishops 8 rods gravel Same Sec 3 from 0 Bishops to Knoh Lick 10 rods of gravel Black piko 15 rods of gravel Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Sec f from Crab Orchard to G W Evan place 30 rods stone Same Sec 2 front Evans place to Garrard lino 25 rods of stone I Crab Orchard it Chappells Gap pjke wholo road354rods of alone or gravel O Danville it Lancaster pike 20 roils of stone Lincoln it Boyle pike 5 roils pf gravel Kingsville Pleasant Point pike Sec 120 rods of gravel t Same Sec 2 from Casey county rond to Kingsvillo 20 rods of gravel F r Rowland Cut Off pike 10 rods of gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must be on margin of road or eccliou by Sept 15 1909 Ail gravel must be spread before Oct 15 IOU All metal is to be measured by tho supervisor who may designate when and where it is to be spread All crushed stone must be spread not later than an11910 1 AH stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartr and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must be clean und flinty and that furnished on McKiuney tC CoffeYs Mill pike and Turneravillo McKinney piko must be from Green River The court Or its rcpresenlalivo may reject any material not of proffer size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or crushed The supervisor reserves the right to reject any and alljbids Blank forms on which bids may be made cad be obtained from he County Clerk Copies of bonds 111ay be obtainedat tno County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted to use it at 81 per rod f A S Kv DUDDERAR Supervisor TurnpikQ Roads for Lincoln County r 4- R Yn Irt 4 Clearance Sale f t All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost t CRAVENETTES I 818 Coat now 811 48 1G Coat note 0 48 812 50 Coat npw I 8 48 810 Coat now 6 Oft 820 Suit 1JoV 15 45 817 50 Suit now 12 Ifi 815 Suit now 0 OS 812 50 Suits now 8 OS 810 Suit now G 48 87 50 Suit now 4 IS 85 Suit nowS48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATS I 815 Coat now 80 48 1 812 60 Coat now 8 48 I 810 Coat now G 08 87 60 Coat now 1 4 08 f5 Coat now 3 48 84 ob High Top Shoes 8348 83 50 High Top Shoes 82 Otti60c heavy fleeced lined under wear 300tMcna Felt Boots Mens and Wom ens Rubbers All reduced accord 1- ingly SAM ROBINSON r STANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank r Tobacco Growers Stop at W H HIGGINS and see tho BEMIS Transplanter for Tobacco Tomato Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Ac The Irans planting can be done when the plants arc ready You do wait for rain an each plant is watered at the roots as set and the roots arc covered by dry tr1l111lrt which can pot bake and which retains the moisture undcrneathiIt will pay you to investigate boforQ idling your plants a I OQLfejQQQQ W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky T the Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford Kttttucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 81 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER I f J W ROCHESTERTELLER 1 H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER OIREOTOR3I J B Ovrsloy Stanfonl S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford i J John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T O liana I kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W Cummins Prcachenvillc Lilhuru I Gooch Gilberts CreekrIf you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentuckysub scribe for the N w t- Ietuchy j State JouroalI The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky I Write for price and particulars to r WIP WALTON Frankfort Ky t i THE SAFEST AND QUIOKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY lilyLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE f 1r FOR RATES APpLY Tl LOCAL MANAIER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IRCDRPQRITra I If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me 1 ft W B McRoberts r r I- e4 = + 4W h ii 1 DRVQQIJK 1 aTANFtttllDi