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IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Mrs. It. D. Johnson, of London, is NEWS NOTES. HUSTON VILLE. Smith T. PoweTwill go to Mt. Sterl Ing next week In quest of somo good MO. 99. OTTENHEIM. Andy Adams bought a homo from Klchard Youn for $70. W. II. Anderson. I'ettun and Elmer Adams atart for Kansas this week. J. D. Morgan has tho contract to get out timber for four tobacco lnrn. John Haya and Mrs. Mollle Turnbull wcromadoone at Eld. John Long's Thursday. t!ph 1'snnlngton, of Staniord, has rented a farm near this place, and will put In about 'JO acres of tobacco. V. D. Wallln boasU of having an educated horse. While can. asslng tho county he got so he could toll a demo- ' xrat from a republican just as soon as he met him. The "WhlteHouse" has got to go. It Is tho "ExccutWo Mansion" under Taft. mm , Washington Once Gave Up to threo doctors; was kept In lwrt for Mpld-cr'- a llvo weeks Wood poison from cauK'd large, deep sores to bite cover his leg. Tho doctors failed, then "Huoklen'H Arnica Salvo completely cured mo," writes John Washington, of nosiuevllle, Tex. Forecirua, bolls burns and piles In supreme. iio at Penny's Drug Storo. When filthy lucre is cleaned up It doth become. As people ken, instanlcr then A tidy aum. 111 Official Vote Lincoln Co. Primary 1909 CcAltjr. Sheriff ' Lb Honey and Tar. for la grlppo coughs and deep seated colds. Hefuse nny but tho genuine in the yellow package. New Stanford Drug Co. Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppe Pneumonia often follows la grlpie but noverfollowii the uw at .o.cys r.nmmiss oner s &aie Ilojlo nircult Court. i ' . I" M.llltll AitnittilitrrUor, l'lnlntlrf, y. tJ ! O.M lit Ui Janunry term, llaw.ii! I'ourt. Urn uii.lertiin.l iViiiiiul.alim--ellrctilt on Mill TCKHOAY, KKIIIU'AUY !, Ji AtomNiutlholioiiroftoilock. on lliu Ui ..in lnnU lien limllrruV.orll.Ml. in ITwwIuTMl". Uii'olii """ bla'"" "l"1 " ".fjil-V"iVlle imterr lb loll.. in at rrnl-wi"- r. M, In llen-rllx-- u ' turiiplkt. ro.U I. i..lln I'rnli orclinrU. mul roii.Hilnij houMi, ttoro tiouw nmi culiir-l- y aril Mi.il M?ie"of ln.l Iwumlwl n.or,.pr follow., ilricrliMi ul "" wniyr of thy lsWW I'ljf H.lniilnis tu th N. KS h. lUn'rt n "corner In J.M. IVltiif.llwncHwltli it k to God hath given, God hath taken, 'ouiit of Hi Nortn S,.l'?l.".- will. tl- - l& H.Ure. H Tho' it rends our hearts in twain, . W.ST.I'I.. J I .J Hut ho send his frown upon us W liiHilM, K.Pilr-- H.TOllWlwa, S 4llenrr.K.HOle.. to .I1""1 To givo back his smiles again. oofu. S K7 Uere.'. W 111 nllountyriMiU. comer lo church lot, lot nn,l IN.) ii IIU She has gone to wait your coming. nrjTa lliiof legrw, W. 7.7 HI VT fo cVitcr o Pi""; theVcv will. ; enter l Smiling where the angels stand pole, to f.Utt acre, unittho U islnlilnit.mm. i1"t?'": Lingering there at hoaven's gateway the l'lnu lllll.ilevu.rjl. Iiy J. That she Unit may clasp your hand. 1118 M. l lo-I- Jof llli limit HnMl In crtln trnct..iofWMiiiiiokT.ini tin- n. u...i.. fllvr7ii.llntlii-lllni...frrcfi.cli-rflll-"n"l- " ""' . Unusual cold weather In Mexico has dead, greatly damaged tho cotton crop. Two bodies wero recoverod from tho Hon. W. H. Smith, of Richmond, was severely burned by his night robo catch ruins of tho Wabash warehouse, which burned In Chicago. ing fire. E. A. Temple, founder and president Information of the death of Mrs. Cal-ll- o Smith, at Fort Worth, Tex., has of the Hankers' Life Association of Dcs Moines, Iowa, died of heart failuro at been received by Lancaster relatives. J. T. Cunningham died suddenly in Orlando Fla. his son's arms in the Q. & C. railroad Tho Carroll county Fiscal Court has yards at Lexington, after an nttack of appropriated $500 toward erecting a apoplexy. Confederate monument in tho courtJohn Shaw, aged 89, died at his home house yard at Carrol I ton. in Hoyle county. Ho was a veteran of The Interstate Commerce Commis tho Civil WAr and among the few sur- sion has ruled that express companies viving citizens who grew up with that can not be compelled to perform "C. county. 0. D." service for tho liquor traffic. Tho jury was finally made up in tho William Goode, of Danville, who had never walked a step, spoken a word or caso of Col. D. 11. Cooper, Robin Coop-c- e and John I). Sharp at Nashville. heard a sound in his life, is dead. For two years he had been blind. Ho was The hearing of testimony will begin to G7 years old. day. Rufus Browdcr, tho Russellville Ne J. F. McCarthy, at Denver Bhot his gro who was given a death sentenco at wife through the body, fatally woundHowling Green, was taken to Lexing- ing her, then blew out his own brains. ton for safe keeping. Tho soldiers who The motive for McCarthy's action is had guarded him during the trial, went not known. Tho Hoard of Trustees of the Midway with him. Judge W. C. Ilell.ln a decision render- Orphan School has decided to erect anFire ed in tho Heath school book case, in other building to cost $30,000. Mercer, upholds tho right of Judge U. destroyed the Orphans Home there a F. Roach to a feo of $1,1G6 for recov- few months ago. Birmingering a judgment of $12,133, against Figures just given out-n- t Heath & Co., for violation of tho con- ham show that Alabama produced in tract with State to sell school books at January 148,401 tons of pig iron against 140,803 tons in December and 8G.03G a uniform price. Iiy a decision rendered in tho Circuit tons in January of last year. Court at Harrodsburg by Judge W. C. Just as tho Henry County Hoard of Hull tho city ordinance prohibiting tho Health was about to announce that tho bringing Into Harrodibure of mnro rounty was free of amallpox, after dealthan one gallon of whisky is null and ing with over 200 cases, several cases void, excepting when it is brought in developed near Bethlehem. Casper L. Simonds, n son of the late for the purpose of sale. Tho decision was rendered in the cases of the Com- United States Commissioner of Patmonwealth against Cecil Dailey, charg- ents William E. Simonds. was found ed with bringing into Ilurgin over one dead from accidental gas asphyxiation gallon, and tho Commonwealth against in his room at Hartford, Conn. The jury in tho case of Rufus BrowTom Turner, charged with tho same offense, in which Judge Hell sustained a dcr, the Negro charged ith tho mur demurrer to the warrants and the de- der of James Cunningham, a farmer of fendants were discharged. Under this Iogan county, returned n verdict of decision onu can now bring as much li llrst degree murder and fixed tho pen quor into a local option territory as alty at death. At Jackson a formal call was issued they desire, providing it Is not brought of delegates for n great for the purose of sale. from the 42 counties in Eastern Ken-- t IN MEMORIAM. icky to gather there on Friday, April 30, and take action to stop lawlessness In memory of Louise Holmes llrady, in the Eastern Kentucky mountnins. infant daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. L. D. Six men lost their lives in a big fire Hrady. who died at Covington Feb. 1. at Milwaukee. A falling wall caught Darling baby, you have left us, five firemen and crushed out their lives Two long weeks since you have gone, and a laborer forced to rush through But I know you arc safe in heaven the flames to reach the open air died Mingling with the happy throng. from tho burns. Tho property loss was mass-meetin- g jtilct At-:i- r Coronw horses. rt.f.mtlo - n.l ll' .V. tl.i-m- bin- III Mrilu"?hi..ly'le.Hlolrrc..nll.i ....!.. ...nil vl'ourt L'lrrlt'inftlc. will Hiilil real c.tnte and liiiproeinenU anil It M)lil a. a w hole Hn a rll.," r. ImiiiiI. 1 Aunt Hessib. ,""?", ;tp IIh. on, i. loner of "" I'"1' ; inlere.t Iron, anniiiii. win; cent. at to l;w.prmr. ,.'.e,.5?:..:...i,i.i..Mr1.ii.i .Hill i tfi furcn anil elteCl of a luilui iiviit, end r..iuin i. iivii nn alil Inliila ioliiI. tw raln-'-l 1'X u,llf1n,1e1.,1J1 ,;,; uA,.tt to i to '' M.O., lloylel'lrcnlt Court. Ct!. IIAIIIlY.AItorney. I'lll'la. N arln tlirnlofler Ier.ali'curll it glen ,;' ! Tho Tennessee legislature is determined to clip tho wings of Gov. Patterson by taking from hira nearly every power that the office has heretofore carried with it. His ideas and his alleged ability to have stopped the Carmack murder have made him unpopular with cranks. Kentucky State Journal. Tho unwritten law did not go in the case of tho Columbus, Miss., planter who killed a man becausn ho claimed hs had lietrayed his daughter. On the contrary, the written law prevailed and ho was sentenced to life imprisonment. The insanity racket was also worked without avail. This is a gratifying sign that juries are coming to their senses. Central (entuokv about $050,000. Thcro are moro convicts in the Ken-- t Jcky penitentiaries now than ever before in tho history of the Common wealth, the total number being 2,035, which does not includo over 400 boys and girls that have been sentenced to the School of Reform. Officers have captured a gang of 13 men at raintsvnic, Johnson county, who, it is charged, have been systemat ically robbing the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad there for months, resulting in heavy losses. Many cars have been broken open nnd their contents stolen. At the conference in Hopkinsville between General Manager Ewing, of the Dark Tobacco Planters' Protective Association and the Christian county planters, concessions wero mado by which Christian county will be allowed to sell tobacco loose, in half million pound quantities. Baughman, A. B. C. Dinwiddie and J. K. Helm, Sr was elected magistrate in ihe Huitonrille dutrict over W. M. Dudderar and Wm. Dodd will bo among tho crowd Zora P. Smith. Helm, 225; Smith. 158, Dudderar. 146. from hero attending the horse sales at Lexington this week. Thomas Gann sold a pair of mare mules tq Newman Pat-to- n for $475. James Yowell bought a gelding from James 'Wright for $200 and a horse and mule from G. C. Riffe for $237. Mrs. T. J. Bohon will arrive home this week after nn extended visit in tho West. D. II. Skinner arrived Sunday from Stonega, Va., whero ho has been sick for some sime. Born, to tho wife girl. of Hardin Mullins, a 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. Zimmerman. S. D. Yowell, wife and son, Leslie, leave on the 17th for a visit to the Sunny South, stopping a week in New Orleans for Mardi Gras. Riffe & Tucker shipped to Cincinnati Saturday ono car of fat hogs at 5 to 5c and some extra fine black butcher catMyers & Vaughn tle. McCormack, shipped a car of hogs at 5 to Cic and one car of mixed cattle. Coulter & McCormack shipped a car of hogs at 4J to 5c and one car of butcher cattle at 3J to Ic. de George L. Carpenter and mother are spending the winter at Hendcrsonville, N. C. Mrs. Wm. Myers and Miss Katie Warrincr wero 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 departfour-year-o- ld three-year-old 14 7AI Ji' AV. 7 Stanford No. 4 84 3Q in1 tA ?.;:i ,,' .;i tensively. 121 47 Crab Orchard, ., 79 119 92 24 62, Look out for frosts in May on tho Crab Orchard, ZU9 82 124 143 64 17170 72, ;6t 13 167 23 Huitonrille No. corresponding dato upon which we have Huttonvilie No. 57 16 109 26 I6'I0S 71' 23 61 10 22 thunder storms Id February,' says an Hutlonville No. 102 79,151 Iff 201IC0 85 62 22 79, 19, ll 76 75 60 20, 63 72 I07ill8' 13 36. 9, old Inhabitant. Waynoburg No Tom Hunn, of Columbia, a former Waynoburg No 2,114 47 461 40 6Z 41 143104 II 29,29, 51 58! 10 18! 34, 46 ' 49, 35) 19, citizen of the West End, passed thro' Wayactburg No 173 14 523 Majority 420 here Saturday with a largo bunch of cattle for the Boyle county market. J. Ward Moore wa circled magistrate in the Gab Orchard dutrict Jumcs Yowell, Doc Drye, John K. l43;Well. 117. Rev. Jones, of Louisville, will preach tho Raptist church next Sunday PRECINCTS morning and evening. Emmet McCormack, noting the scare Ity of farm horses, will go to Cincinna ti this week to buy a Mr. Shores, of North Carolina, who Stanford No. I 1421 bought tho John Murphy farm, has Stanford No. 2 i2o; moved In and Is preparing to farm ex Stanford No. 3 121 at I II Vw i91 s 5 ii m Ml Wj r fv r HD 9 H 4 n Q qh 4l car-loa- M?i.?A a's3i ?' 0' W, 35 ,ns, 56' Q et lie'i "i1 I'll ii si I rM icy 8,' I Jn fi 14 17 Bl'r 1 93114' 29 22131 20 80.102 III 12124 27122! 81 II, 8159 )' 18, i 1 ! 3 65109' 16 4 54 69 14 3 33' 4 63! 61 18 3 III 15 42, 45 13 I 32 13 II 10 72 31 50 20 3 64 25 10,63 27 54 28 2I25! 5 7fl 70,24 8,1 13. 8 25 30 43 36 3 39, 14.113 5K3KI9 71 2L 93 34 48 8 2 37 34 1412 3 14 63 34 42! 5 41 39, 20 0, 30 14,19 6142 31 19, 64 45 13 6S 38 9 71 10 It 216 oter L. K. Wells. 81 Moore. 4 WW i i I Tailor-Ma- Clothing. 1 1 "A You will find 500 samples on our counters, from which you can make a selection for a ment at Washington 'show that Kentucky raised 376,000,000 pounds of tobacco year before last, this being more than half of the quantity raised in the United States and of the en' tiro world's production. The prospects aro Haltering for breaking the record this year, and consumers over a great part of tho world will continue to look to Kentucky for tho weed. The story of a dog returning to his Kentucky home from Tennessee, recently mentioned in several papers as a one-sixt- h J Tailor-Mad- e tSuit. We have the latest styles and patterns. Satisfaction guaranteed. No fit; no sale. Real Estate Exchange & TITLE CO.. ncrva "" ' Wnnnlurn iilke, No. uoii.K, Niriiiiniitmi r?.luulMliVBiiiileureliBra. ThUproiKr ly linear ohurcLitnteliiHlmouu; I. wul l- -fli I Si ' le.Houtl. of Cral. Or- to-itorrouil, ! nrehartl an.l U well water. ....': ioi "A iilaiiit lii iut n '" '""i1 .' I",0I A BnaiirrKluceslliweropi. nnil tmraalual two ear. l"v iMliinm III one H ea.l(. Iluck Creek. iiwWw- joii liouw. onrii iiro uiu.i ' llulluliiMi plenty of lr- "No.l-Uac- rc. flrvon, new neiir Tlili fariu lm n ilorylrnn uh,ou',wouiaco.tlo biill.1 now ociilul "?! IliKHl Imrii. erin. IAc. nice lion in mar iil.il Jl urcli nnil .eliool. riil. n can Ih nought for !M per acre. M ou.u; l mouth). adjoining tuo atioer.rmi No. 0Oacr.wluoulllutlon. l)elIlni!f4room; Uaru uuil oilier outl.ullillnifi; nlc orolmnl. lluooftlielieit.prinRjiiiiiue.I ami l'rlce VJM; half ca.li, Uiliiuco IV. 'X".r.YXrl: ". y Soldlor Balks Death Plot; It seemed to J. A. Stone, a clt il war veteran, of ICemp, Tex., that a plot uxUted between u despernlo lung trou-bi- o and tho grae to cause his death. "I contracted n stubborn cold," ho writes, "that doiolopod a eoogli that Htuekto me, in hiiltu of all remedies, for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds. Then I began to luo Dr. King' New Discovery, which restored my health completely. 1 now weigh l"H to No,s-mcre- Iul ''' l""' cokI burn and necemiry oulliullillngi. Hue water time? Do you suppose ho enjoys it?" itatlon. ami icliool.ohurcli ami It. It. uuu two l'rlce, jean. "No; I don't believe ho does. Uut he flJtUl H ca.U, balance lu onu s 111 acrei, near Oonwiiy, Ky.t nearly probably thinks it would be weakness No. II no for com nil of thli fnriii Iry bottom liuul, llouu;ne to humor us by stopping at times." Kuwldwellluir mid ineadowi lwrnundotlivrbulldlui!i;on county road, a uilleifioiu llerea Uollvge. Ouh price, A tickling or dry cough can bo No.tttlacrei on Jlrake1! Creok, 3 miles quickly loosened with Dr Shoop's adjoin, till from Orali Orchard. Tills farm lli'o. nlkuliudUapart of thogood Kiaiu farm, Cough Hemedy. No opium, no chloro land and lhlilinn building.. tuTbli U cnndltlou: all form, nothing Unsafe or harsh. Sold a burnlii at necetiary o wr acre. by Penny's Drug Store. Penny' Drug Store 10 IS aoroi, noar HUuford. Ky., In No. neoouory bulldlugi.etc, nice ibape, with all William Stadelman, aged CO years, A worriin in Virginia Is suing her can ba bought wortU the money. to all For full particular! In regard llughei th dropped dead just as he boarded a husband for divorce after living with or write I.. It. or above Mm lor 30 years. stmt cw at Newport. Jamei I. WblU.Htanford.Ky, in ). pounds." For severe Colds, Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asthma, and to prevent Pneumonia it's jcnri. 60V and il. Trial bottlo No. ft Wl acre, adjoining fanui Nm. i and unrivaled. ft. IM1 acre In cultlMillon. Uilnnco In free. GuaranU'ed by Penny's Drug (looil white Aak, hickory ami luuie line lo hu.e uiul goo.1 orch Store. cedar, lliu . i ard! wull wiiiereu. uaiii irnw, hj Nn.T XWncrui noar Maretiburif. Ky.. 150 "I wonder why that kid yells all the .,- fiiiticutlon. ilwi'lllnu liouae. iol Urn-Ih- t. wonderful feat?, pales Into insignificance when compared with this caso: Some years ago F. M. Yowell sold a hand of Gypsies going South, n rcgueish horse. Tho horse wa3 recognized some months later in Barnwell, S. C, by Uriah Dunn, who asked and was told by the Gypsies where they gut him. Theyt sold him in that vicinity and several months "I see you had a brand new joke in later the horse showed up at Mr. Yowell's placo here. tho last issue." "It can't be helped," rosponded the publisher. magazine "Unscrupulous The Secret of Long: Life. contributors palm them oil on us someA French sclontlst has discovered times." ono secret of long llfo. His method with tho blood. Hut long ago Foley's Money and Tar clears tho deals millions of Americans had proved air passages, stopi the irritation In Electric Hitters prolongs llfo ( and tho throat. Soothos the lnllamcd living. It purities, enIt membiancs, and tho most I obstinate makes worth riches and vitalize tho blood, recough dltappcars. Sore and Injlamed norvo cells, imparts life lungs are healed aud strengthened, and builds wasted tono to the entire system. Its! a Is expelled fiom the system. and the cold godsend to weak, sick and debilitated Kcfuso any but tho genuine in the "Kidney trouble had .blighted packago. New Stanford Drug Co. people. my llfo for mouths," writes V. M, "Her folks wero posted on that elope- Shennun, ofCushlng, Mo, "but;Klec-tri- o Hitters cured mo entirely," Only ment. Can't tell me." 50c. at Penny's Drug Store. "What makes you think that?" "Ho chugged up in an automobile Husband I suppose you rcalizo that snd didn't alarm tho houso." was pure luxury. Why, then, did you Proventles--thosCaudy Cold Cure buy it? You must have known that we Tablets will safely and quickly check couldn't afford it. Wife Of courso I did. But you see, oall colds und tho Grip. Trjthem onco und boo Sold by Penny s my dear, if it had been necessary, we would have had to get it anyway. Drug Store. Life. "Does a poet read much poetry?" "No; he'H kept too busy looking over Hexamethylenetetramlne tho business chances." The above Is tho name of a German chemical, which Is ono of tho many Pains of women, head pains, or any valuable Ingredients of Foley's Kidpain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with ney Itemcdy. s Hexamethylenetetra-mlnolDr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See recognized by medical text full formula on 2."c. Box. Sold by books and authorities as a Lurlu acid o 1 e. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. JaiaiaiaiaiaKviaHBiaH'M m HnW1 T j, " tBrAJTs- SB'tvislKifySgiHWr5SaiiaB IllintllllllllMlaCtiaiaiaiaB - "il sKtff n i i ,l fl 4 frii.etl solvent and antiseptta for the urine. ELECTRIC RANGES The Range to buyj a f.ill wver; a money maker Take Foley's Kldnoy Hemedy as soon the best baker. A largo line of select from and wo will 8inrcciate a call. as you notice aay Irregularities, and avoid a serious malady. New (Stanford Drug Co. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. & jfafetsjt.; J' ;vs'w && ffyiWKfi - y HV1 iyir ' fr jg4 'ffiSfaff rfrftiSPjtySffi f1 Lincoln day wm obnerved Friday throughout the United States and in many foreign capital. Probably thousE. C. WALTON and of meetings were held in cities, towns and hamlets, with yarying proCHARLES A. HARDIN, grams of exercises. The principal celof Mprcercounty.li n candidate for Com- ebration was that at, the Lincoln birthmonwealth. Attorney of this, the 13th Judicial district, subject to the notion of the place farm near Hodgenville, where democratic parts'. President Roosevelt laid the corner JOHN 3AM OWSLEY, JR., stone of the memorial hall that is to be In a candidate for circuit Judge nf this, (he Mill district, subject to the action of the erected around the Lincoln cabin. The Democratic party. president delivered an address and thcro The Interior Journal. 1 were speeches by Gov, Willson, Gov. Folk, of Missouri. Secretary of War It l.ith Judicial district, subject to the nctlon Wright and Gen. James G. Wilson. of the Democratic party. county locnl n The option repeal bill was passed by the Indiana Houso of Representatives. The vote was 52 to 44. The Klcckner bill, Kor Htnte Henntor, substituting township and ward local option for county option, and underR. L. HUBBLE, stood to be the democratic platform of Lincoln county. measure, failed to pass for lack of n For Representative, constitutional majority of 51. The vote W. H. SHANKS on this bill was 43 to 47. For County Judge, ' JAMES P. BAILEY A Pennsylvania preacher is appeal ing to tho Legislature to pass a bill reFor County Attorney, W. S. BURCH quiring every man and woman to marry bv tho time they are 22 years of age. For Circuit Clerk, He says this would do away with deJ, D. SWOPE pressed old maids nnd debauched old For HlierlH, But thcro aro some peoplo bachelors. W. L. McCARTY of both sexes that nobody, not even tho For County Court Clerk, devil, would have. How about them? GEORGE B, COOPER Poor Knox will havo to serve as tho For Jnllcr, Secretary of State at tho old price, DINK FARMER while the other secretaries get $12,000. For Asesor, Tho Senate had to restore the former JOHN C PEPPLES figure to overcome a constitutional InFor Superintendent of Hrhools, hibition. GARLAND SINGLETON Texas has over 100,000 bachelors. For Coroner, Go west, old maid, go wcstl State GEORGE P. BRIGHT Journal, Frankfort. Stanford has 100 For Maglstrnte'Htanford District, widows, come here, old bachelors! JAMES McKECHNIE Now that we have "Old Abe" off For Constable Ranford District, I. M. BRUCE our hands, we shall proceed to glorify "old George," whose surname was For Magistrate Crab Orchnrd'Dlstrlct. Washington. I. VARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonllle District, POLITICAL. J. K HELM, SR R. M. Salmon was nominated by the For Constable Hustoni lllo District, democrats of the Hopkins-ChristiaL. E. TRUE district for State Senator. For Magistrate Va nesburg District, Alderman Joseph K. Koheut, long a JOHN M. CAMDEM leader in the Chicago city council, comFor Constable Wnynesburg District, mitted suicide by shooting himself in JOHN G. BAUGH the head. The Tennessee Senate, after a lively At the trial of the sugar trust in session, passed the several election bills New York it was shown that it used prepared with a view to curtailing the seven different devices for underweigh-in- g patronage of the governor. sugar and thereby defrauding the The bill providing for a general comgovernment by underpayment of duties. pulsory legalized primary was passed When we reflect that through the ma- by tho Tennessee Senate by a vote of nipulation of this same trust the Dingley IS to 13. Mr. Taft has telegraphed the leaders sugar duties were so arranged as to give it undue and unearned profit we in Congress to pass a bill reducing the may more adequately estimate the ag- salary of the Secretary of State so that gravated quality of the weighing frauds. Senator Knox can be eligible for tho Not satisfied with robbing the sugar post. Several thousand delegates likely will consumer, the ungrateful trust also robs the treasury. It is this coddled attend the first convention of tho KenLeague, which ben and overgrown monstrosity whose ar- tucky and ends rogant defiance of the law. in nlnnnint gins at Louisville for the restraint of trade by destroying Thursday night. The President sent to Congress a competitive enterprises, has been pracspecial message regarding tho care of tically winked at by the present administration through its failure to enforce dependent children and on Wednesday he will have a conference with Presidethe provisions of the Sherman act. M. C. 8AUFLEY a candidate for circuit Judge of this, the Proctor-Tomlinso- Democratic Ticket. Alfalfa, hoassrnd cattle coma to Ilutler Co, Rev. Dunne Mitchell, of Baltimore, Rend for list of Unproved farms. Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Kas, a widely known Methodist evangelist, died suddenly at Princeton, N. J., from heart disease. Rev. T. W. Barker filled the pulpit Lodge No. ). A at the Moreland church Sunday. Rev. InLincoln communicationF. on A.M. wilt meet stated each nrst and D. W. Robertson, presiding elder, filled third Monday nights of each month, at 7:SU o'clock In their hall on Main street, Htanthe above gentleman's pulpit here. ford, Ky. Member of sister lodges are Ited to lie present, ll. I fenny, Rev. G. P. Pledger, assistant to W. M.,T. W l'ennlngton.Hec. Evangelist "Billy" Sunday, who has completed a six weeks' revival at Spokane, Wash., died of pneumonia, after an illness of two weeks. Notice Is hereby given that all Lincoln Issued March Tho Hluegrass Baptist Ministers' As- county iMimls of series "II," wltliprUllegenf1, Isw). redeemable In 15 years sociation met at Lexington, nnd decid- paying In Klyeara from said date, will be paid uu the 1st day of March, lww, on presed to establish a Baptist paper to be entation to the Lincoln County National Hank nnd that known ns "Tho Bluegrass Baptist," of after said date. Interest on same will stop Total amount J1JM. which Dr. J. W. Porter, of Lexington, This Jan. 21 IKV. James McKtchnle.O. II. Cooper nnd V. H. will be editor. Ilurch, Committee. A Jersey City preacher, who snys he has never kissed his wife, although NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE- married for 10 years, has started nn PAIR SHOP. Hut that agitation against kissing. kind of a human pervert will rcceivo I hne opened n blacksmith and general repair shop at my home, the old tollgate little consideration. proierty on the Htanford pike, near Hitstonllle,nnd ask a share oi ine puniic im nonage. r.Ml. JKMHK, llu.toinllle, Ky, CIORCH MATTERS. If You Want To Crow Corn, MASONS' MEET. DRY FEET For Less Money, "Hocker Bootees," you all know them, leather lined from top to toe, one dollar off the pair,:now $4.00. "Honest Mike" Boots, the tanned leather, always soft,' old-fashioned NOT1CEI - Thi Jonph Prlci Sanatorium, North Ijincnstir Htreet, S-- Stanford, Kentucky.' For Treatment of Disease of the Ke, Nose, Itictnl OrThroat. Ear, gans, Nerous Hjstem nmlHurgery, (lenlto-l'rlnnr- . D. CARTER, Phone OG. Now Livorw off the pair, now $3.25.- - "The Oopot Street, ;;EMO, a scientific preparation foi external ust. Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin yields and it diseases. Eczema permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo, Penny's Drug Store. Eczema is Curable STANFORD, KENTUCKY. CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting, such ns Illock Work, rnvemeuts and, In fact, we can maknnuy thing from a house down ton fence ist. We can rre s you promptly and guarantee worK auu material, unit ami gel our prices before j ou buy j our material at least. urst-clas- When Ordering Clothes perience. price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will lime that individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to take jour measure. I will also fancy your measure for extra trousers, eL, top conn and otercoais. ran ami winter samples on band ready for jour Inspection. H.O. HUI'LKY.TheTntlor, Htanford,Ky. Hare vour measure taken tr n tailor of ex Then your clot lies, whether n low PHILLIPS.BROS., Stanford, Ky. ever made, one dollar less than regular price, now $4.00. "Storm King," one of J. T. Woods' best high-to- p shoes, double lined, now $3.25, been $4.00 all the season. "Honest Mike" high-to- p kip shoes, reduced from $4.00 to $3.00. 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 high-to- the best Standard," '. p 10-in- ch Mahony & Rankin, Cash Prices. Don't ask us to charge them. I n Safeguard the Future The safest, surest and most adequate guard for tho future Is a policy In safe- ! The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life INSURANCE, Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a SpeLife, i It ti conspicuous for economical management, liberality of its policy contract", fair deallnit with Its members and large returns tiipollcy holders. The company Is Just entering the Fire, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined. Write for particulars, stating age nnd whether married or simile to Klgbt of the lending companies of the it. M. NKWl.ANll.- Special Ant. world represented. Coniwteln rate, with Myers IIoue lats, Htanford. all the companies of the world. James I, Whlin. unsurpassed. Never had a law Hollcltor for llockcastle Co. suit lu the blfttorj of this agency. Ixis.es promptly paid and without discount. No waning njiiaj s lor your money, lleforo Insuring, call on SIXTY FOURTH YEAR cialty. Anti-Saloo- ht The Progressive Edition of the Kentucky State Journal Sunday was chuck full of halftone cuts of prominent Ken tuckians and business men of Frankfort and well written biographies of their business. The news columns were brimful of spicy reading matter to the latest minute and all in all is a credit to Editor Walton and his splendid staff. Wo are as proud of tho edition as the young school girl is of her new checked school bonnet and that is going some. The Courier-Journvery forcibly aska if this statement does not evince a condition of anarchy: Kentucky's highest court having decided that insurance can not be collected on property burned by night riders, tho losers by those fires, not being allowed to sue the county or State, which fails to give the protection that every citizen is entitled to, would seem to be helpless unless they should move out of tho State and sue the night riders. al issued, United States Senator Isaac Stephenson says that through his agents he expended $107,703 05 as a candidate for the office Wis-cons- In a statement just of United States Senator from incident to the primary election held last September. This is shown in his official statement filed with the Secretary of Stato. Gee! Don't these old republicans believe in spending the coin for office ? A membeu of the Missouri Legisla-tur- o has introduced a bill requiring all legislative agents, commonly called to wear a uniform with a cap and badge, to be furnished by tho Secretary of State. If it passes and tho law becomes popular, wo aro going to havo some fun when tho Legislature meets in this State. Taft. Friends of Hon. N. W. Utley, of are urging him to enter the race for tho Democratic nomination for circuit judge in that district. We wish we wero down there to help the clever judgo land the plum. Both Houses of Congress have before them all the work they can attend to before adjourning March 4. Many of the big appropriation bills have not been passed and night sessions will soon become necessary in tho Senate. Just before adjournment tbe benato psfupil 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 Lincoln's birthday. In his message to tho next Legislature Governor Willson will probably ask tho Legislature to make an appropriation for tho erection and conduct of a home for Negro children of criminal Negro parents. He is being urged to lend his support to this movement by a number of women. Representative Langley, of a speech initho House criticised adversely the administration of the estates of the five civilized tribes of nt-elect Ken-tucky.- in We, whose names appear below-- , strictly rorDiu nuuiing, iisiiingorany Kinu oi our nlacesand will Drosecute il- olators to the full extent of the law. Mrs. Walter Warren, Mrs. Mattle White, 1 Hen I'. Martin. W.Carter. Tlnsley MMKjimmore M. K. I .aw reuce, J. H. Hooker, J. M. I'etius. Joseph llallou, T.A. ltlce, (I. W. lUstJ-- , J. L. liolticlaw. K. L. i'ulllam. Mrs.J.K. I'ulllam. Mrs. 11. L. Williams, Meaner., l'axton, James N. Cash. J. Ne In Carter Mrs. Jus Italues. M.ll. Ljtle. Dr. J. O. Carpenter, J. ll.Cnmeiilsch, J.O.Urltlln, Thomas Kerrlll. David llurton, A. L. Thompson, M.C. Illchurdsnn. J. M. Ware. Mist Mattle llewet, ItelchenlMch llros. Kred llauimiun, A.T.Trajlor, Lllburn (iooch, N. II. riuimuer, It. (). Nunnelley. Will Hester. W. Ilaughman. J.W lVck.ens, J. l;. ISruce, David 8te J. JohuCamenlsch. Wm.Cordler. M. D. Klmore. D.inTraylor, Kiwi Handorf, (.otllhOllck. D. M. Andersun, J, J, Thompson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jus. II. Knds J. K. Moser, Mrs. N.J. Morton A. Kllxisa Mrs.tieu. Iogan. J.J.Jl.Klllott. lxtugberty,, W. Frank Cordler, Dr. (1.(1. l'erry. Ilev. father Leo, H. 11. Ilaughman, II. W.Ualnes, Uriah Albright. A. D. Hoot. Mm. Margaret (iooch, Jacob (lander W. H.Traylor (ieo.(i.(llens, Hum itoherts, John Jufer, M. J. Ilofiiiaun, Amend Hehnefcr, K.T. Ileailey A. It. Matheny Mrs. J. II, Owsley, L.H.Uarner, II. L. Kagaley, M.J. Morgan, H.T. Harris, It.O. Watklus, 11. II. Crow. J. U. Hundley. ('. K. McClure, Mrs. Nannie II. flood, Anton Konecker. Anderson Carr. VouOruenlgnti W. M. Dlshon, Mrs. KateAdor T. L. llaughmau, NIc (llutz, .Mrs. Itebtcc.i 11. Curpenter W. Kopatt, J. K. Moser, ltcport of the Condition of The National Bank of Hustonvllle, ut Hustonvllle, In the Htnte of Kentucky, nt run, a, jiha. utu ciumi ui iiu.iih-ss POSTED. MAHONY RANKIN, New Ledgers, Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. In Fact a Very Complete f P. ,i Line or stationery T The lusurancc Men of Stanford. pleasingly f though safely. It surely equallies tho blood circulation. you have a headache. H't blood pressors. It If It's painful periods with women, same ram. If you are sleepless, restless, n.rvcvs, it's blood congestion blood pressure. That surely Is a certainty, for Dr. Shoop's lIsvdacho Tablets stos It In 'J0 minutes, and the tablets simply distribute) the unnatural blood pressure. Bruise your finger, and doesn't It ret red, and (well, and pain your Of course It doe. It's eon. lestlon. blood prrwure. You'll find It where pain b always. It simply Common Reuse. We Mil at ctnu. and cheerfully recommend hsj Its rams, PIn In tbe hed rain Is congestion. tta U blood pressure nothing Pln usually. 1m At least, so saj. Dr. Snoop, and to h. has rret) a little pink tablet. That Srove Itcalled Dr. blioop's Headache Tsblrt eoaxM blood pressure away from p!n center!. delightful. Gently Its flVcl U charming, tnyw-hsra, PAIN a r- . lAl :. ! i Generally. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. m i HeadacHe Tablets PENNY'S STORE. DRUG Dr. Shoop's 0SHBBSSBE&BBEEEE Jfiirst yfatjonal ffiancj Stanford, Jty, Oryanixnt, SS2. Capital Stock. S50.000. Surplus and 1ndividtd iProfiti. S9,000. JFtas fn HENRY WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- paid in 'Dividends sinco Ortpaniialion, $2, 500. DIRECTOR. J. H. Uaughraan, IIFKOUKCKH. I disfigurement. A New Ohleans dispatch eays the mayor, of that place, and several local iwliticians have been indicted for ruthlessly cuttingoff the yard-lonwhiskers of Attorney O'Sullivan, who belonged to an opposing faction. They should have been indicted for cruelty to animals, instead of facial g cer-tain- ly crying out for help. Vltallo the.o weak lnklde controlling norves with Dr Shoop'ellcstorutlvo, and see how quickly good health will como to you again. Test It und see ! Sold by Penny's Drugstore. The steamer. Peter Lee. stranded off the harbor near Louisville. No lives were lost. SherIndians. Vice President-elec- t man replied to Mr. Langley, saying that unnecessary reflections were cast on the Due fromupprovtdreia-rvengiiiChecks und other cush Items., Committee on Indian Affairs. Congressman Rainey intends to reply Notes of other National Hanks ,. paper currency, nkk- Taft, the Panama Fractional cents....... to President-elec- t , els, und o fficials and others who havo been at- Luwful Money lleservu In Hunk, ... . 1B,TW ID vlJS Hpecle. tacking him because of his charges in !A) (U r notes connection with the Government of KideiiiptloufurtMlthU.H.Trins-uie- r Mr. Rainey said that ho had Panama. S ier vent of circulation no apologies to make and would be even more specific in reiterating his MAIIILITIKH. ., Capital Htock paid in . charges next time. .. Hurnlua fund Unulvldid profits, less expenses und taxes paid dMig tho Stomuch, or stimu Don't Nutlounl Hank notes outstanding lato the Heart or Kidneys. That Is jjuo iu oiut'r uiiouai iiaiiks wrong. It Is tbo weuk nerves that nro Due to Htnte and prlvute luinki and bunkers Lcgnl-teiidu- Loans "und Discounts.. ..... ....... Overdrafts,secured und uiisecun tl U. H. llonds to secure circulation Hanking house,furnlture,nnd fix. . .. ... tures Due from National Hanks (not re-- . serve agents). Due from Htute Hanks A Hunkers UI1 SI 7WH7 Snoita 7Jau jfecounts on Our 7tyris OFFICER. I, S. Hocker, President;, S. T. Harrli, John . Mcliobcrti, Cashier; H. C. Daughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W.Saunden.IJookkeeper. K. lt,UD ll tn 2,(i (0 115 9,741 10 11 S3 JjMllU I.'t IS .AND. Held, M. D. Elmore, H. C. Uaughman, S, T. Harris, W. B, OUannon C. ' J, M, Peltui, J. K Cummins, C. Kobinson, J. S. Hocker, Ii. Tate. j'no. m;w7 in fittU) ) 17,UU The Interior Journal Highest BOTH ONE YEAR FOR W HO lJ.no lu l.tipl Market Prices Paid For Eggs. Hides, Furs. Hens9to91-2c- . Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc. Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese 6 to 6 2c. j'!; vt l'ew people In tbe United States have not Democratic hi beard of the Courier-Journa- l, Htute of Kentucky, County of Lliuoln, ssi In all things, clean In all I.J. W. IliK'ker. Cusnlerof theubovu.iiaiuiil la all thine, 'ulr luins, do koltiuuly swear that the ubovu things, It Is essentially a family paper. Ily of my knowl- a special arrangement we are enabled to of. tmieuieuiis irue tome edge und heller. J. W. Hockkk, Cashier one Hubscrltxdundsworntohefuru me this 111 ti fer the WEEKLY OOUIUEK-OUKNA- L duy of Keb WW. J. W. llosklns, N. 1', My year and this paper for the price named 2fi, lid. commission expires Vel. Correct Atttstt Kdwurd Alcorn, T. J, above. Bead your subscription for tbe com- uermieu cutchs Notes und Mils rtdlscuunted IudlvlduuldiHltubJicteuck , iJ M 1A),ii7 71 ONLY $1.50. ja'j ii Koblntouttud W.O.Cowun, Director bination to uj not tc tbe CoutUr-Journ- a Turkeys lO to 12c., Scrap Iron. Dozen. Guineas $2 Per Rubber. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. Ky. H. . ."i -- 19 For An Cents as they lout. lO Cents Tho regular For extra good quality Hamburg Kdgc, 9 indies wide. regular way for 16c to 26c. This pccial 5 Cents 3 KxUn Srcclnl VaIuo In Coreet Cover KmttroMcry. price U 215c. An long as Oils lot lalU ot onlylltc tcr yani. This would sell in a For good line of patterns of Linen Laces. Patterns in this lot worth 1' is for this lot as long and 15c. We oiler any in this lot for 6c per yard. price SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. '. Apply & SON. play. W. II. Higgins. STANFORD KY. dis- 1 BrANFonn, Ky., - For Sale. A lot of roller skates. Clothes French cleaned. Cook & at this ofllce. Farmer. Oun Northern seed Irish potatoes are good clean field seeds seo our For W. II. HigRlns. tho genulno Oliver plow points In stock now. A DAUGHTER See our baking powder window W. II. Higgins. Fi:ii. HI, 1009 stock. Get . businois. Miks IIf.ssik New assortment of local view post from Lipps & Peavyhousc, Hustonvillc, cards at Penny's Drug Store. Ky. m Some very special bargains In llox J. I. Case and Dcmis tobacco setters Paper, but the supply is limited, Ask to seo them. Penny's Drug Store. nro money makers. Let us show you. W. II. Hlggins. PERSONALS. The young society folks will enjoy an T. S. Starling Is In Louisvlllo on Impromptu danco at Walton's Opera m . of Milton Simpson, colored, died at Honeyvlllo of consumption last week. liko it will never quit raining. Rained Sunday and yesterday it was a continual down-pou- r all day, which made it quito disagreeable It looks L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Spring Oxfords. It's a little early hut we have a beautiful line in nil styles, colors nnd prices such as colonial, comhinntinu, Ac. These are in the latent colors wine, blood, golden, brown, Ac. They have nlrcndy begun to sell. Come in nnd make your selection before the stock is picked over. We will endeavor nt all times to have our goods in tho house ns soon, if not sooner, than any ono else nnd wc intend to give you tho best that the market can nflord at the lowest possible prices. Mnko our store your headquarters while in town nnd we will convince you that wc havtj the quality nnd our prices are right. Yantis is visiting rela- tives in Garrard. Mas. Louella Peacock la with Mrs. George P. fright. Hoiw, to tho wife of E. G. Gllliland, Sunday, a daughter. London M 188 Jackson went up-t- o yet terday to visit relatives. Mil J. C. Uailry and wife, of Crab Orchard, wero hero Saturday. Attorney Geo. V. Saufley was In Frank fort on legal business Saturday. Mr. C. C. Carson is crippling around with a rheumatic knee. Liberty News. Mirs Maggie Lewis, of Crab Orchard, was the guest of Mrs. W. II. 1 1 logins. Mr. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Ga., Is with his father, Dr. John D. Owsley. John Thomas McAmster spent I ! Sun- I . day In Danville with his sister, Mrs. II. C. Sallcc. Dr. J. W. Acton, of Kingsville, is out after a sevcro tussle with some broken ribs. Logan Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, spent several days with his sister, Mrs. Logan It. Hughes. THE Current Kvents Club will meet with Mrs. Win. Severance Thursday afternoon. Feb. 18. Charles Weil, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutes, of tho West Knd, Is very sick with pneumonia. Mrs, Mary 0. Feland has returned from a delightful visit to relatives and friends In Western Kentucky. Mrs. A. E. Ginnoss went up to Middlesboro yesterday to visltrclatives, after a visit to Mrs. W. F. Smith of . this place. Messhh. S. E. Lackey, of Harrods-burand W. G. Lackey, of St. Ixmis, were guests of their father and sitters at' Crab Orchard last week. Mus. James Hockek and little Eugenia, who have been guests of Mrs. W. 0. Speed In tho West EnJ, returned to their homo at Midway Friday. MR. A. C. Dunn, of 'Stanford, is spending tho day in this city. Mr. Dunn was doorkeeper of the House of Representatives at tho last session of tho Legislature. Frankfort News The following gentlemen wero sent from Lincoln county to attend tho sesn Lcaguo Consions of tho vention at Louisville, which begins tonight: Rev. T. W. Barker, Clarence Tate, J. H. Baughman and J, A. Allen. The editor of this paper is taking a rest at his old Virginia home and enjoying a visit to his sister and other relatives. His friends and patrons wish him all tho pleasure'that can come to one who loves "Old Virgin-ny- " as ho docs. Anti-Suloomuch-needed Why do some of those candidates who Dr. were disappointed In the democratic primary run to this man and that man nnd tell him of irregularities alleged to Wanted, to rent a dwelling of four have occurred 7 Why don't they take or five rooms In or nenr Stanford. J. their successful opponent by tho hand M. Carter, Sr Morcland. 2t. Houso and say: "I am for tho nominee, first . and last, and am ready now to do battle Two No. 3 Oliver typewriters, built THE Sparilla corset never breaks on against tho republicans." Don't let your tho hip. It never rusts. Sold by Miss over and with a year's guarantee, for record as n democrat be marred. BeckPrice W5 each. M. A. Johnson, Ella May Saunders. sale ham and Bryan, who went down In deStanford. feat, said: "Tell our friends to remain We make a specialty of pleasing parThe creditors of Col. T. P. Hill are true to tho great democratic party beticular people. Try our Rex coal. We notified that their claims must be filed cause tho greatest good is derived from guarantee It. Denham Uros. with us as required by law at once. that party to the greatest number." For Sale or Rent. The Wnrncr P. M. McRobcrts and J. B. Paxton, Heed the advice of these two splendid store-houson East Main Street. Ap- Exors. democrats. ii ply at onco to W. K. Warner. To the Ladies! It is time to have A MAD dog ran amuck in tho Hubble your order taken for a Spring corset. I section last week, biting Clove House, Call In and bo fitted. Miss Ella Mny and engine nnd imw ikiwit toiler a boy, two mules and a cow. Tho ca Saunders. ' III for tale. Will veil either or loth. nine was finally killed. OH ah. K.txiLi.v, Ky. The Interior Journal reprcsenta I'otot!lce, Wnyni'sburg, Ky. PURDOM.-Tilford Purdom, aged CS tive will be at Lancaster next Monday, years, ono of tho wealthiest and most county court day, and will bo glad to prominent stockmen anil farmers of seo those owing this paper. Don't fail Iloylo county, is ileiil. Death was due to see him. to heart disease. The wrestling match at Walton's I desire to fell prltntely my Block of ALL persons having claims against Opera House Thursday night between Hardware, liolnir ii good bul-iipWill lnwilce nliout Itoaion tho estato of James Mclvin, deceased, Lloyd Pcrrin and Claude Bibb proved 111 health. nro requested to filo same properly veri an interesting nlTair, each one evincing lKO. n. Hoi'IMIIt. Htnnfonl, Ky. fied, with tho administrator before Feb. considerable knowledge of the art. The Itching Skin Diseases 20, lftOO. T. J. Hill, Sr admr. victory was awarded to Mr. Bibb. Wanted, a first-clas- s farm hand. Must como well recommended, Hugh Held, Stanford. o FOR SALE Ottt-nliel- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. had tho misfortune to break one of his fingers on his left hand Saturday in a friendly scuffle with Win f red Duncan. Tho member is doing nicely, we are glad to state. John Owsley Reid For Sale. Farm of K acres, situatThe stockholders of the Crab Orch ed in Preachersvillc, known as tho I Holtzclaw place. Dote given later. ard Fair and Racing Association arc in Anyone wking Information concerning requested to meet ot the court-roosame, will apply to J. F. Holtzclaw, Crab Orchard Feb. 22 at 1 p. M. Busi-nes- s The farm of llftacre, of Rood IiIiip ra of importance is to be transacted. unci, In Inn one mile North of McKInney.on Prcachcrsville, Ky. pike. nnU J. W. Guest, Pres., It. H. Bronaugh, UiH Htmifnrd plenty Iinprovi'iui'iitH fruit. fencluir kikkIj of water unit 1M AIo Of urrea of tlmliercd hind one mile Sec'y. "HEN Htm Chariot Race" at tho Kllkt Met ttlMPV llO If linrlu. fur..... ..!.. ..... of water and good totMiecn hind, see grow- moving picturo show nt Walton's Opera J. A.U1VK.VH, Agent. R. II. Crossfield, of UK crop, President .MrKlnn?y, Ky. House Saturday night was enjoyed by lransyivanm university, delivered a n good audience. "Wild West," Ranch most interesting lecture on "Ideals in 101, was also displayed on the canvas Education" Sunday night nt the Christhat night in n splendid manner. tian church. The address was instruct Having decided to retire from ive and should stir the educational spirIIUTCHISON.-Mrs. bulns,oii account f my uge. I the Jnck will tell Jean Hutchison, it wherever delivered. Ho made a nt public miction on wife of Chris Hutchison, of Crab Orch- strong plea for higher education. A HKIIltl'AUY.SlTII. IW.. ard, died Saturdny night nt that place splendid audienco greeted him. nt Ifto'clock A.M. of child birth and was buried in the nil of my Jncktnnd Jcnneta. All of which are trletly animal.. Crab Orchard cemetery yesterday. Her hno mid Montgomery. Mr. Samuel Mont ii breeder of there animals for fin .venrs been husband and one child aro left to mourn I inn gomery, aged CO, of McKinncy, died nt countonly getting out of t he buslriftii on acof my extreiueiigc. her loss. Hhould the weather I" bud thernle will lie his homo Friday of pneumonia and was conducted under ahelter. I 'inner will be The home of tho late John F. Cash buried at that place Saturday at 10 o' erxed on the groumla. Write for catalogue. on Danvillo Avenue is for salt private- clock A. M after services by Mr. J. C. J. I". Jl A It RH HON. HI!., ly. Tho residence is large, commodious McClary, of this place. Mr. Montgoml'arksvllle, Ky. and in good repair. There are 29J acres ery was a devout member of the Bapin tho lot, For further particulars call tist church and was a splendid citizen on II. C. Baughman at tho First Na- in every way. He leaves a wifo and three children to mourn his loss. tional Bank, or Jamea N. Cash, LeoV, the bright little son of Judge and Mrs. J W. Hughes, of Mercer county, died at Harrodsburg after a short illness. Tho father has many friends hero who deeply sympathize with him and Mrs. Hughes in their trouble. Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid Zemo gives instant eliel 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. for external use. FIELD SEEDS, The very best the market affords, at Prices that are right for FARM FOR SALE I SPOT GASH. W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. BIG JACK SALE! llrtt-ohi- 1 11 Watch This Space Next sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods Is- e. DS. Unfortunately several mistakes crept into tho tablo of tho vote at tho democritic primary on Feb. 6th and wo print it again in correction. It is rather strange and unfortunate as well that (ho mistakes occurred in the shcrilf's LOCALS. race, tho only close ono. Mistakes freOld papers in largo quantities for quently occur In tho best of regulated alo at this office families wo beg and A Indulgence. T See my line of wagon and buggy ness. har- colored, stole a load of hemp you of 600 or 700 pounds from Mr. John B. buy. W. II. Higgins. Foster Friday night and took it to Saturday and disposed of it WilIf you want good meat call on to Robert West, the hemp man. Mr. kinson & Lutes. Phone 47. Foster went over after Miller and was Rex coal is guaranteed. Try it. returning with him when Sherilf Hill Denham Bros. and Deputy Hester met them and took tho "hemp man" in Have you tried that good Rex coal is in jail, awaiting chargo. Broaddus the action of tho yet? Yoa can find it at Denham'a m Lan-cast- J. C. McClary. Look at our field seeds before Stole Broaddus, Load of IlEMr.-Mil- ler The democratic ticket which appears on our second page will sweep tho republicans ofT the map next November, it matters not who they nominate. Our ticket is well distributed and is a winner from top to bottom. It is unfortunate 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 tcstco and that long before November comes all soreness will havo disappeared We beg that all differences bo forgotten; all pull together and victory will be ours in November world without end. We idilii licit uuiilltv field nnd enrden teeda direct to formers at low cut wholesale ell clover, erimne,. teed onta. seed corn, rune in d. millet, cow k'ii,joJh Imina, iH'iiuutt, tpetl potiitoen, cnbUiito plullU, nnd toiiinlo tllpa, onion tet. Harden tenon, cnrdfll llena. all klllda uiirden. tlelil nnd lloHerteeda, land nlntter and fertllli- em. Write lit for iirUetiiud tiiuiulea. Htatu what ) oil want. NAHHVIU.KHKKHOO.. 215 Hecond Ave., North, Nathvllle, Tvnn. Wo price. Mill, Elivatir. Rtsldinci anri Land For Salt! Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, KY. QM Circuit Court. Circuit court open- yard. A able engine and boiler. ' grand jury. For Sale. power portJ, R. Powell, Stanford. 178, and havo It L. Mcek8. Foil all kinds of fresh meats phone sent to your house. J. . t to savo money on building this year, give mo your contract work. Will Stone, contractor and builder. Phono 81. Listen. If you want M Tug high wind of Friday afternoon uprooted a large tree In front of Mrs. Denny's residence on East Main street, prizing up a quantity of concrete "1 want to thank tho democrats of Lincoln cocnty for their support in the late primary eloction. I am for tho whole tickot from stem to stern and there aro no soro spots on me. All tin nominees aro cordially invited to como and stay with mo during their canvass for tho Fall election, specially Dink Farmer, who defeated me for the nomination for jailer. This is do time to cry Irregularities. Wo must put our shoulders to the wheel and elect our ticket in November by an overwhelming majority," said Mr. J. C. Hays to us yesterday. This sounds mighty good to us. Now let the other defeated candidates say the aasae thing. Williams, David Scott, D. S. Kitfe. Robert Glvrns, T. D. New-lanWill Sprinkles. Tho following is tho petit jury: W. H. Higgins, S. J. Embry, Jr. C. V. Gentry, Jumes Eads, Thos. Wilder, Ham Uoono, V. G. Rout-eHenry Anderson, O. I. Huffman, Will Stono, A. C. Alford, J. T. Hinga-maW. H. Underwood, J. M. Stone, J. II. llrlght, Geo. D. Robinson, James Holman, John Holtzclaw, Will Cordier, MAIICJU 10TII. 1U.V, 11. D. Holtzclaw, S. J. Embry, Sr J. at WKDNKHDAY, Terms made known on aitlv. L. Heck, Jess Walter, Aden Rigney. day of tale. For further information, call Court then adjourned till this morning on or addreaa. 11. T.U.ii K.Tbkiiunc. Eieoutora. at 9 o'clock. BrttdfordiYlll.,Ky. H. d, n, n, J. 11. McAlister, derson, E. J. Tanner, J. Dan Traylor, J. C. Hays, foreman, ed yesterday for a two weeks' term, Judge W. C. Bell presiding. Judge Bell delivered a strong charge to tho grand jury, dealing with various subjects of violation of tho law. Tho following is the grand jury: J. A. Allen, O. M. An- Thlt mill property, known ntthe Ilrnd fordivllle Holler Mill,, It u thoroughly eiiulppetl plant with a capacity of 60 luirrela of Hour dully, bealdea meal and (Irntiam Hour. The plant la In dally operation, pro ducing brand, that nae reputation uot excelled by any. The Kletntor w at built In iwif, uaa a cituuuy oi su,tu ouaueia und U equipped with the lateat Improved machinery; the. bualueta wnaettnbllahed 111 1K76 and and la laitood fnor with u large, Heady and pfolltable trade. The retlduncn la n new two ttory, 10 room frame with all neceaaary outhoutea, barn bUKUythed,rri.cill, etc., all In Kood re. pair, on a lot ISO feet front by 678 feet deep, lawn beautifully alluded by larite maple. j.m icrfc ui euiuiiiui iorcii nrounu trout aim tldea of liouae. One of the inoit comfortable, and detlrablu homea III Marlon County. Attached to thla Ian plot ot nliout Ii acret of the ery llmut liotlom laud, than which there la none better 111 the Htate. The whole property Ilea together In the edueof the town of Ilradfordavllle, Ky.. a u u o with Kood churchea and benutlful achool.litthuMilleyof the ltolllntf Fork, 10 mi ea irum l.eimnn i.ity..meaeutoI Marlon County, where the ueureat mill la located, uuu w neru una nun una it noon iraiiu. Thlt It un unuaual opportunity for hiiudaomu home nudu profltuble.well eatabllahed bual. The whole property will bo aold tothu hlKln'at bidder on the pteniltea, GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale - VTA - QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast M Writ for N ne. Tickets Goad rati and foUir. RtlsuJ Uatil Hay 31it, 101 1999 H. C. KING. C.P.A., 1. Mala St.. llniton, Ky. J & W!ita.M8eiJKi k'- - 'Olt gk!4i$sf-'. tjat- ,SU.Sl,tk-j,- . - WltSfti-Uajf- m. '&,&,: M4teiW "? It If " c ??- - Vt I:K "" l V!T s 2 The W. R, Frazlcr farm of 113 acres in Fayette sold at $158.35. e al Stanford at Mnttrtdinlht For Sale. -- Cultivated hemp seed, tmmd-cla- tt matter. 1903 crop. J. D. Walker, Richmond, Ky. The Robert Marshall place ot 1,136 acres near Maysvlllc was sold for v. M. No. II, Month, Hit No.(,Houth,ll:m A M. No. II, North, 4:40 a. m, For Sale. Ono Rood milk cow. No.rt, North, 5:r r. M. Nn.17, I0H7 A. M, Fresh. Mrs. Catherlno McClary, StanNotice is hereby given that I, ns Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln No. ,I:Mp. v. ford, Ky. county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, March 1, 1000, receive JOS. S. RICE, Agent. W. A. Bacon, of Fayette, bought a sealed bids or stone and gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes chestnut colt by Peter the Great for in said Lincoln county, Ky, The Truth $500. All bids for furnishing, hauling, breaking nnd spreading etono mid gravel Every person in this city who is sufCarlisle Thos. McCllntock bought At fering from Eczema, Pimples, a lot of corn at $3 65 and sold a bunch must bo sealed nnd filed with mo on or before 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, mules at $135 to $180. or any form of skin or scalp March 1. 1009, nt Stanford, Ky., nnd no bids will be received after that I have 13 coming mules can find relief and be permanent- time. Contracts will bo let to the lowest and best bidders, and contractors tly cured oy umo, a ciean nquiu iui for sale. Will sell all or by pair. Henry will be required to give bond with surety, to bo npprovecl by me, for the 'external use. All durggists sell ZEMC Catron, R. F. D, No. 1, Stanford. The highest prlco of the season for faithful performance of their contract and for all penalties nnd damages for PENNY'S DRUG STORE. May whent'was reached In the New failure to so perform their contracts within tho time nnd under the condi York Produce Exchange when that op- lions hereinafter mentioned. tion sold at $1,172 per bushel. btanford it Danville pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Mrs. Mnttio 'White's Charles Lutes bought of J. II. Oaugh-ma- n Surgeon d a of cattle at gato 30 rotls of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Mrs. White's gale to Uoylo KENTUCKY. 6c. Mr. Lutes bought In and around county line 30 rods of stono or grnvcl. STANFORD. Stanford 46 yearlings at 4 to 4Jc. Stanford it Rush Rranch pike Sec. 1 from Stanford it Lancaster pike to Office over McRoberte' Drug Store in For Sale. A good combined mare, Rush Rranch 35 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Rush Rranch to Hubble eight years old, kind and gentlo and a 20 rods of stono or 30 rods gravel. the Owsley Building. good looker. Black in color and suitaStanford it Knob Lick Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo piko to Hangble for family use. Colonel Good), ing Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Hanging Fork to snri Jofcacco Kingsville, Ky. iHwrts For Sale. Team of Danville it Hustonvillo pike 20 rods gravel. high, extra good horse mules, Stanford it Milledgevillo piko Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to Nothing d ones. family horse and McCormack's Church 10 rods gravel. Same, See. 2 from McCormnck'a family mare. Charles Church to Milledgevillo 10 rods of gravel. Lutes, Hustonvllle. Poit-Offic- The Interior Journal. FAftMBR'S DBPAKTMIHT. Notice To Contractors. Clearance Letting Monday, rich, i, Salel OVERCOATS ' L. &N. TIMETHBLE $44,-22- 9. '09. All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. ALL-WOO- CRAVENETTES. 818 Coat now 815 Coat now 812 50 Coat now, 810 Coat now 820 Suit now 817 CO Suit now 815 Suit now 812 50 Suits now 810 Suit now 87 50 Suit now 85 Suit now ' . L 811 .jg 15 Coat now now 8 48 10 Coat now 0 08 87 r' c"u "ow 5 Coat now 0 48 812 eo Cont 80 48 8 ,8 0 08 ' ' & 3 48 A. S. PRICE, Dentist, car-loa- d 1,100-poun- 00 High Top Shoes 83 48 815 48 82 08 12 48 83 50 High Top Shoes 0 08 50c heavy Heeccd lined under- wear 30o 8 1)8 Men's Felt Boots. Men's ami Worn- 0 48 All reduced acconl- 4 08 en's Rubtars. 3 48 ingly. (- ' Trisect larnt. four-year-o- SAM R03INSON, STANFORD. KY. Sut Insurance. Light-year-ol- Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. d rM 3K. E Lf ft from Stunford A Crab Orchard pike Same, Sec, 2 from Wilkersou s STANFORD, KY. Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko 20 rods of stone. Residence l'lione 34; Otllce, M. Stanford it Crab Orchard piko Sec. 1 from Stanford to Hnughman's gate Insure with iuo aud be fully 40 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Bnughraan's guto to Bywntent' gnte 15 protected. rotls of stono or 20 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 15 from Bywnters' gato to Stop at W. II. HIGGINS' and see the UEMIS Transplanter Crab Orchard 25 rods ot stone or gravel. Stanford it Ottcnheim piko Sec. 1 from Stanford it Waynesburg piko to for Tobacco, Tomato. .Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Ac. Tho MATRIMONIAL. Urge young Jersey J. G. Lynns 20 rods of stono or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from J. G. Lvnn's li n handsome. long nnd unbroken null, at n line from transplanting can Iw done when the plant arc ready. You do John Smith, a widower of 90, was to Boone s shop 15 rods stono or gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from Boone's shop to the most noted bulls nnd cohs on I land of Jersey Knglnnd nnd Amerlci lli! married at Xenia, Ohio, to Miss Lula wait for rain as each plant U watered at tho roots, as tct and the liest bulls Ottcnheim 10 rods of gravel. tire Is one of Is n show cow hit Im rted Jones, aged 40. nnd his dnin that tins e noandsof rich milk 111 ouedav, I f y ou be Stanfonl it Dix River Sec. 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard piko to George Young and Miss Stella Arthe root arc covered by dry, linn dirt, which can not bako ami lleve "I.Ike begets Llko or the Likeness of some Ancestor" nnu novo n iiricur goou nold, prominent young people of Boyle Haden'8 Switch 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec 2 from Haden's Switch to cow, you should ft villi yourself of his serwhich retains the moisture underneath. vice, lie will be allowed to serve n limited county, eloped to Jellico, Tenn., and Trajlor's lane 30 rods of grivel. Same, Sec. 3 from TraylorV lime to Gar number of npproted, registered cows out- were married. It will pay you to investigate before setting your plants. rard lino 20 rods of gravel. side of our on n herd this yeur, for n fee of S3 each. Mnke engagement before sending L. G. VanArsdale, a wealthy and cow to lie bred. ItKID 4 OTTKIl, Stanfonl it Lancaster pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to lagan's lane 20 rods prominent citizen of Mercer county, Telephone SO. Htanforrl. Ky. N. H. We hnve to offer three extra choice of stone or 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Logan's lano to Garrard cxiacoxn bnll calves that will be sold ut right prices. and Miss Carrie Fields, also of that county, were married in Danville last line 15 rods of gravel. Stanfonl it Waynesburg pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim piko 15 Ky., week, North, agent James for the Q. & C. rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Otteuheim pike to May wood road at foot You enn find our Htanilnnl Hemedy, the at High Bridge, and Miss Ida McCros-kof Knobs 25 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Maywood road to Carter's freatest blood and liver uiedlclneyct known, Itheumntlsiii, Halt Hheum, Kiddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac ney Trouble nnd all disease! nrl'lng from Store 20 imls uf etoiiv. Same, Sec 4 from Carter's Storo to Ilutchi-uii'- s - McCrosky, of Harrodsburg, were marlnimire IiIikkI It tins no euunl. It Is maimfitrturtHl under the pure food net of Juno si, School-hous- e 15 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 5 from Hutchison's 'School WedneslftXl, nml guariinteetl by the manufacturer if ried at the home of the bride the ltemedy Is taken necordlng to directions day morning at 9 o'clock by Uev. Frank house to Butt's Store 15 rods of stone- - Same, Sec. 0 from Butt's Storo to ana u lie or sue is not ueneuieu ny tne use of the Itemed- - we will refund our money. Thompson, of Cairo, III. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsville pike 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec 7 from Kingsville pike to We can do nothing more. i:eh pneknge contains 3)1 closes with n registered guaran- North left after the ceremony for Jack- George Gaines' 15 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 8 from Gaines' to G. W. tee and mailing card with full instructions. sonville, Fla., where they will spend We send It to any uddress by lunll on re25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 0 from G. W. Clift's to Wnynetburg ceipt of per package or six pnvknges for several weeks, after which they will Clift's $S. Hotter orclirn tx If taken In return to High Bridge to make their 8 rods of gravel. time you might sae a big doctor's bill, ltememberlf you take the ltemedy accord- future home. Mr. North is a son of Stanford it Hustonville pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Cash's Storo 30 rods ing to Instructions and are not benellted, you get your dollar back. You will not Hon. and Mrs. M. F. North, of the of stone. Same, Sec 2 from Cash's Storo to Hanging Fork 30 rod of Kentucky. Of remedy In drug stores for sale. It West End, and is an excellent young nnd the Is sold only bv our duly authorized ngent9. stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Hanging Fork to Hutouvillo 40 rods of ttone or ItfcUUEN WILLIAMS!, Agent. man. 50 rod gravel. Go tell Gov. Wlllson that property in Hustonville it Coil'ey's Mill pike Sec 1 flora to Win. CarWeQuy Kentucky has been ruined by the tobac- son's 20 rods of x N.V tone or gravel. Same, Sec 2 from Win. CiirsonV to Mt. co war and that in Bourbon county last Saturday at master commissioner's sale Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel. Hides and Hustonvillo it Bradfordsville pike, whole road, 15 rods of gravel. 33 acres near Jacksonville sold at $170 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT Wool Feathers, Tallotr, Beeswax, Ginseng. per acre; and that the Hume farm near llustouvillo iV Uanville pike bee 1 Jrom Hustonvillo to Black piko 50 J. B. PAXTON, J. O. REIO, ASSISTANT CASHIER GoMen SeJ,(YcCowRooc). May Apple, Clay's cross roads, containing 151 acres, rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Black piko to Boyle county line 50 rods J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. WiH Cinjer, etc. We see dealers; sold at $1U.WJ per acre. If tobacco is gravel. H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER ntabCifnl in 1856 "Orer half a crntuir !n pooled again land will go down to $200 Lwunile and caa do betterlor you than OIREOTORSt Hustonville iv Carpenters Creek pike 40 rods of fctone or 00 nxls of Cnti or eciniaasoo merchants. Referracr, an acre and ruin the State. Carlisle B. Owsloy, SLanfonl; S. II. Shanks, Stanfonl; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford; J. Writs let wccUy ear Dux i a Louuviile. gravel. Mercury. price list a&J (Aiptiaj tafs. John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanfonl; T. C. Ranam Hustonvillo it McKinney pike 10 iods of gravel. M. Sabcl & Sons, kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanfonl; W. II. Traylor, Revolts At Cold Steel. Coli'ey's Mill pike Sec. 1 from South Fork piko to tollgnte McKinney it 2Z9 E. Market St. lOUISYULE, KY. Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. "Your only hope," said threo 20 rotls gravel, bame, bee 2 from tollgnte to fmtmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmm place 40 rods of ttonc. If. Cummins, 1'reachersville; Lilburn to Mrs. M. K. Fisher, Detroit, Same, Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Sec 3 from Fair placo to Mt. Salem 40 rods of stone. Same, Sec 4 Mich. sutTerlnj.'fromsevcrorectaHrou- from Mt. Salem to Ca'ey lino 15 roils of stono. bio, lies In an operation," "then I McKinney it Turnerovillo pike from McKinney to Johu Murphy's 30 If used Dr. King's New Life Pills," she on writes, "till wholly cured." Thoy rods pf gravel. in subprevent Appendicitis, cure Constipa McKinney it South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel. tion, Headache. 25c. at Penny's Drug Tumersvillo it McKinney pike 50 rods of grave), Store. Turnersville it McCormack's pike Sec. 1 from Tiirnersvillc to Sam Helm's STSSSSSSMSSkHH.LJSaaaSI When sky js painted blue 8 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Sam Helm's to C. Bishop's 8 rods And grass la painted green, gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from C. to Knob Lick 10 rods of gravel. The coloring is true Black piko 15 roils of gravel. And makes a pretty scene. SEv3l80SV?!KjM?"tlaaS3dnB& Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko Sec 1 from Crab Orchard to G. W. Both sky and grass then look the part Evans' place 30 rods stone. Same, Sec 2 from Kvitus' phico to Garrard I must admit. But is this Art ? lino 25 rods of stone. Undertakers and Embalm-era- . When sky is painted green in Crab Orchard it ChuppelPs Gap pike, wholo road, 35 rods of stone or Also Dealers in FurAnd grass is painted blue, My mind is quite serene gravel. niture, Mattings.Ruga. They For then I have my cue. Danville it Lancaster piko 20 rotU of etone. will exchange Furniture for The picture then delights my heart, Lincoln it Boylo pike 5 roils of gravel. all Kinds of Stock. Give I know full well that this Art. Kingsville it Pleasant Point piko Sec 120 rods of gruvol. Same, Sec. 2 Them a Call. Prices Right. The cleverest Imitation of real Colloo from CWy county road to Kingsville 20 roils of gravel. Rowhuid 10 tods of gravel. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. over yet made is Dr. Snoop's Health Cotleo. It Is tine In llavor ami it, A rod of stono or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet. mado In just one minute. No tedious AND WAY TO THE Hand broken ctono and gravel must bo ou margin of road or section by 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from 15, 1000. All gravel must lie tpread beforo Oct. 15, 1000. All puro parohed grains, malt, nuts, eto. Sept. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug metul is to bo measured by tho supervisor, who may designate when and btore. where it is to bo rjiread. All crushed stono niuU be vprend not later than Jan. 1, 1010. "I enjoy an occasional dinner with a All stone furnished must lie good, wiiud, haul limestono or quartz and ft married friend." aomo oi tneso brides are queer broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter. The gravel must LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE lw clean and flinty and that funiMied on McKinney cooks," it Coiley' Mill pike FOR RATES APPLY Tt LOCAL MANAOER "But you don't have to watch your and Tumersvillo it McKinney piko miiet bo from Green River. hat and coat. Tho court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY iNeoRPCRTn ur quality. Dinners must uay wneiner stono will lio broken by Iiaud or Foley's Orlno Laxative cures const! patlon aud liver trotibleand makes the crushed. bowels healthy and regular. Orlno is Tho 8Uj)crvisor reserves tho right to reject any and alljbids. Blank forms fillIf superior to pills and tablets as itdoes on which bids maj bo made can bo obtainml from the County Clerk. Copies Undertaker Embalmer and not gripe or nauseate. Why tako of bonds Purmay be obtained nt tho County Clerk's ofllco. eater in Harness, Saddlery, J anything else New Stanford Drug Lincoln county owns a rock crusher aud contractors will be permitted to Co. on uso it at II per rod. , STANFORD, KY Sherman Cope, of Breathitt county, was found dead in his room in Ilomt-iphoPhone, 157. Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County. h. the L. & E. Hotel at J that place. The Insurance Man, Jesse D. Wearen, Adorina's Fox About 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 Lincoln's mother, held a largely attended "reception" under the auspices of her owner, John E. Madden. Stanford it l'reachersvillo piko Sec. 1 to Wilkerpon's Branch 20 rods of stono Tobacco Growers At McKinney, y, W H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. 1 Che Lincoln County national Bank Stanford. lo FURS Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 38.000.O0 34(5,000.00 J, L.Beazley&Co, &KC&S3Djr9Ki you want to keep posted doings Kentucky, scribe for the political Bi-ho- ler)tucKy State Journal, Kentucky. The best Democratic Daily Write for price and particulars to . i W. P. WALTON, SAFEST Frankfort, Ky. Cut-Oirpik- o J. C. McClary, QUICKEST TRANSFER MONEY you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and est Drugs, Call me. S. K. DUDDERAR, W. B. SjfeA,- McRoberts,"'""""' SjftCrf . w i- .ffii i 'Wt'i jitf lu " '' 'r .Aid.