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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f THE INTERIOP JOURNAL 1 VOL xxxvi STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1909 no 100 l 1 BRODHEAD Tho revival at the Baptist church Is I drawing good crowds 1Messrs Elder and Owens are conduct a school at Sparks Quarry Tho njsldenco of Sol Northern wai destroyed by fire a fow nights nco Nothing was saved and tho family hay a narrow escape Fred Durham Fatty loft last Sun day night for Bllzabethtown whcro he has taken a position as bookkeeper for the Durham Bottling Works l Zeb Hall has rented his farm and moved his family to Wasioto Bali coup ty where ho has accepted a position as section foreman on tho G V division of tho L N Mr Hall was reared a railroader and cant keep from ic now J Mats Craig our hustling stock man bought this week 90 head of fat hogs at 4 and 4c Fred Uahn bought of Wm Colwoll ono two year old maro for 1110 Granvillo Owens bought of JJurt Owens a saddle mare considera tion not known After a 30 day shut down our mer chants arc handling chestnut wood ThoI price of cross ties has advanced from 40 to 45 cents each Some tow hickory and white oak spokes urn being handled and qulto a lot of toga aro being shipped from hero all of which dhows faint signs of prosperity Tho near approach of spring makes uo foci good tooI As The Cabinet Looks KnoxC of PennsylvaniaISecretary of tho Treasury Judge t Vandevantcr of Wyoming Attorney GencralGeorRo W Wick ersham of New York Postmaster General Frank III Hitchcock of Massachusetts Republi can National Chairman Secretary of tho Navy George Von L Meyer of Massachusetts now Post master General Secretary of tho Interior II A Ball nger of the Stato of Washington for mer Commissioner of tho General Land omcoJSecretary of AgriculturoJames1- Vilson of Iowa now completing his third term- Secretary of Commerce and Labor Charles P Nagel of Missouri attorney I for tho largo brewery interests of that State Of course when Mr Taft announces his full Cabinet one or two of these names may not be on it but that Is tho way tho alato looks now Washington Onoo Gavo UpI to three doctors WAS kept in bed for r live weeks Blood poison from aspld ors bite caused largo deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Ilucklena Arnica Salvo completely cured me tt writes John Washington of Uosquevllle Tex For cozoma bolls I burns and plica Its supreme 25o at I Pennys Drug Store a woman hides her light hair udder a bushe- lPneumonia Follows LaGrlppo Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows tho use of Foloys Honey and Tar for la grlppo coughs and deep seated colds Refuse any but the genuine in the jclloprcksRO sow Stanford Drug Co Control Kontuckv IReal state Exchange 4fc TITLE CO 0 t No 1W acres on the Waynosburn pike near Highland 8rooiu house dun nudoth t cr outbuildings t nlcu orchard This proper I ty It near ehurc I and schoolhouse u IiU-NoslalncroeSmutesl4mtth or Ornh or c hurt on tho Htiite ins a twoitory house Rood tarn orchnrd anti Is well water ed ialxuil luo ncres of thin limit U bottom laud mid produces line crops A Imrgnlii ot IIWlj H cash balance In ono and two years i No 31111 acres on Hack Creole ucnr Way netbiirE rooiu house dun niul other out ImllUliiKs plenty of water Uasli price r- 1o4kancresb near Level Orcon Hook castle lollilt J This fnnn line a now 3 story fra etouewouldcostto build now liuiO Rood burn crib Ac located nonr church and school This Is n nice homo and cnn bought for iiI per acre cnih roo innlndorln a months No 5lea tho above farms lOOncrAS In cultivation Dwelling oU rooms good barn and other outbulldlnK nlco or chard Una of tho test springs In the coun ty Price fiK 1 half cash Imlnneo 1 and 3 years aat acres adjoining farms No I and- 1acroaIncultlvutlonbalancefi S in this lHr Oood white hickory and some flue cedar tins r dory log hutu and good ouch nrd well watered Cash prlco saOOO No7 IKVOnorcs near Maretsburg RMcores In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line water and school church and IL U station 1rlco 3to3s cash balance In one anti two years No hi214 acres near Oonway ICy nearly nil of this farm Is bottom land lino for corn and meadow very dwelling houolIow barn and other buildings on county road a unties from Huron Uollvgo Oath price 3 aaNoBtncros on Drakes Greek 8 miles flemOrnll This farm the tike and is n part of tho Qoo Evans farm This is flue land and In good condItion an necessary buildings ThIs Is a bargain nt too per acre No I1I acres near Btnnford Ky in nice with all necessary bUlldlnletc cat be bought worth tho money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or H liughes or James I White Stanford Ky 1I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Will Gilpls who escaped from the workhouse at Danville was captured inLouisvilleMr Chatham has sold his housi and lot on College street to City Attorney II W Keenon for 3200 Mrs Sarah High aged 99 said to havo been the oldest woman in thi mountains is dead at Pinevillc W B McAdams who was formerly in the jewelry business with E JII Murray at Danville died at his home at Lewiaburg Tenn Lazarus Sumner a prominent farmei and ono of tho bestknown men In Whitley county was Instantly killed the top of his head being entirely blown awayIn the London circuit court Judge Faulkner gavo peremptory instruction in favor of Mrs Rachel Sparks who was charged with confederating withI Felix batty a Negro to burn tho livery barn and poison the horses of Tip Sparks Fire broko out in tho general store of Pcnnington at Pittsburg and de atroyed the building and entire stock of goods Other buildings narrowly es caped Tho origin of tho firo is unknown There was no Insurance on tho building or stock Mrs George Ray died at her home Ouckcyeofter a short illness due to a complication of diseases She was tho daughter of Mr George McQuerry Jessamine county Sho leaves a hus band and a largo family connection otI Hays in northeast Garrard I IN MEMORIAM On Feb G 1909 at 930 A it the spirit of Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw took ItaI flight and returned to God Who gaveI It Sho was 78 years old and was born In Garrard county An indulgent mother is gone but lot those who are leftC to mourn her loss try to live as she hilij lived She was kind to every ono andI was liked by all Mrs Holtzclaw willI be missed by her friends and children Her funeral was conducted by Rev It B Mahony of Stanford at tho DapI tilt church near her homo in Preachers villa and her remains wero followed to- the last resting placo in Lancaster com tcry to await the resurrection morn when let It be hoped her loved ones willl join her in praise of God eternallyC Grandmother is gone but not forgotten Never will her memory fadeISweetest thoughts will ever Round the grave whore sho is laidI Oft from our heart comes tho bitter cry Why Oh why should our grandma diet Then comes tho answer so solemn and deep I Dear grandmother is but asleep Dearest grandmother wo miss theo 8c thy face we fail to see Out wailshallDearest grandmother thou has left us And thy loss wo deeply fe1IBut tis God Who has bereft uscHe can all our sorrows healIWhen we leave this world of changes When we leave this world of care Wo shall find our missing grandmother In our Fathers mansion fair Home Is sweet when grandmother is with usIHome is sad when she in gone No more will we see her until we meet in eternity Her granddaughter J C L Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war rotora of Kemp Tox that a plot txlhtcd between a desperate lung trouble and tho grave to canto his death I contracted n stubborn cold ho writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spllo of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Clogs Now Discovery which restored ny health completely I now weigh- TS pounds For severe Colds ob stinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asth net and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled 60c and 1 Trial bottlo free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug noroIWhy dont those Balkan go to war Whats tho use They get nil the icwspaper space they want anyhow II Honeyand Zclears tho alriiassnges stops the irritation In tho throat Soothes tho inflamed membranes and the most lobstlnato cough disappears Sore and InQamed lungs aro heulodand strengthened and the cold Is expelled from tho system ItetuBO any but the genuine In tho yel low package New Stanford Drug Co No blame Is fixed by the Coroners ury for tho crib firo at Chicago in which CO lives wore lost A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store j r NEWS NOTES Thomas P Grasty of Baltimore vice president of tho Manufacturers Rec ord died at Talladcga Ala of periton ills In January Alabama produced 148 404 tons of pig iron against 140803 in December and 86036 in January a year agoThe snow blockade still prevails in tho lako region which Is suffering from demoralized communication and Interrupted traffic The new Grand Vizier Hilmia Pasha made his first appearance Icythe Chamber of Deputies at Constantinople Tho chamber voted confidence by acclama lion Gov Willson has issued a letter thanking on behalf of Kentucky tho men who took prominent parts in the Lincoln centenary celebration at Hodg cnvillo At Campton the Combs Hotel the oldest hostelry there was destroyed byI fire The loss was about 4000 with 2000 insurance The origin of the fireI is not known In two years in Louisville tho workhouse has decreased from an average of 160 to 107 dally though the city has Increased rapidly in population The Sunday lid is credited with tho de crease Illinois Central train No 205 southbound from St Louis to New Orleans was wrecked six miles east of Murphys boro III Three persons were killed 30 were injured All tho injured It is believed will recover With a bomb in ono hand and a re rolvor in the other a thief entered the homo of Lawrence M Jones a Kansas City millionaire and demanded 7000 Jones overpowered the man and turned him over to the police Major Gen J Franklin Bell will have command of the inaugural parade on March 4 and his chief of staff Brig Jen John A Johnson Is assisting in rounding out the details of the pageant Miss Emily Virginia Mason a native of Kentucky who won fame during the livil War as a nurse of Confederate oldiers and who ministered to Union I soldiers at Libbey prison is dead in Washington Nearly 300 people were burned to- loath Sunday when tho Flores Theater if Acapulco Mex was destroyed sty pal Americans being among the vie ims Tho telegraph office was also turned and all communication was for i time cut off The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that tho banks hold 9497800 more than the requirements of the 25 cr cent reserve rule This Is a do tease of 839000 in the proportionate ash reserve us compared with tho previous week The blind tiger keepers who havo een evading arrest by technicalities of the law on the KentuckyTennessee order line In Whltloy county wore captured Sheriff Crowley with seven deputies County Attorney Steely and irlvafo detectives made the raid capturing 14 white men three women and hrce Negroes The first number of the Jackson Ea RIo has just been issued from the press ot the London Sentinel The paper will be devoted to the interests of Jackson ounty which has never had a newspaper The Eagle will be republican in politics and under the management of Russell Dyche editor of tho London SentinelTho jury of the District of Columbia reported indictments charg- Ing criminal libel against the owners of the New York World and tho Indianapolis News on account of the recent publications in those papers reflecting m President Roosevelt SecretaryRoot has P Taft Douglas Robinson and Villiam Nelson Cromwell in connection with tho purchase of the Panama Canal Mrs E W Carmack wife of the former Tennessee Senator was the first witness in Nashville in the trial of Col hooper and son and John D Sharp accused of slaying her husband The widow was half carried to the witness stand Sho moaned Oh God I and for several minutes was unable to tell when sho last saw her husband alive former State Treasurer Craig and Mrs Charles H Eastman also gave Important testimony Mrs Eastman gave a dramatic recital of the tragedy and nude a strong witness for the prosecu ion It costs to advertise- So he delays But ho is far from wise It also pays Preventics those Candy Cold Curo ablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Trvthem into and see 4825c Sold by Penny s Drug Store- Geronimo the noted Indian chief died at Fort Sill Okla where he had been confined as a prisoner of war for a number of years i r KINGSVILLE J B Floyd and son will construct a nice dwelling on the lot purchased by J W Thompson Rev Coker of Burnside will preach at Pleasant Point Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Remember the oyster supper and entertainment to be given by tho Mat bees Saturday night Feb 20 MId Bella Routen has moved from Winfield Tenn to this place in order to get the benefit of our graded school Dr J W Acton is able to bo out again James Burton is on the sick list Morgan Boone was hero Monday en route to Somerset E G Gilliland wife presented him with a valentine on tho 14th in the pentonof aneightpoun girl Sho has been christened VcrnelU HUBBLE Shade Wilder bought a mare and co John Skidmore for 200 Rev Walker of Stanford will preach the Christian Sunday afternoon at 230 Lee Rankin has had a very sick child with bronchial trouble but is some bet terB W Givcns sold his gray horse to a Southern party for 100 A mule belonging to J L Sloan ran over a feed trough and broke his hind leg The four months old child of Mik Rogers died Monday and was burie Wednesday in the Blackerby buryin ground The child had never been well AntiSaloon League Convention LOUISVILLE Feb 17Tho first con vention of the Kentucky AntiSalooi League is now in session with good audiences at tho Coliseum Rev W B Beauchamp president introduced Mayor Grinstead who made a welcome ad dress which was well received Rev Aquilla Webb pastor of Warren Me morial also gave us a warm welcome in a lively speech which made ever one glad to be present Rev Josepl Severance responded to these welcome addresses in a very humorous talk and was really proud to know that he Is our Joe from Stanford Ho brought the house down with his humor Among other things he said My congregation would all be here and rejoice in the privilege but they are forcibly Jetained at home You have given us- a warm welcome and we aro Cgoing tc stay just as long as you will let w- Ind come back again on your first invi tation You cant reform the saloons nor run them on the principles taught In the Bible and our Sunday schools This was tried in New York and utter y failed The only platform upon which you can conduct a successful saloon Is- the old original one hatched in hell and promulgated by the devil President Beauchamp read a paper the strongest I have ever heard I wish hey would publish millions of copies of Rev Beauchamps paper for free iistribution Dr W C Taylor who is president of the Virginia AntiSaloon League and pastor of one of the leading Baptist churches of old Virginia gave us R very entertaining address In short the opening day was a great lucccss T W BArKER The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered ono secret of long life Ills method deals with the blood But long ago illllons of Americans had provedi Electric Bitters prolongs am sakes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes tho blood roe mllds wasted nerve cells imparts mo and tone to tho entire system ItsI a godsend to weak sick and debilitated- people Kidney trouble had jblightci ny lire for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Elec trio Bitters cured mo entirely Only iOo at Pennys Drug Store Duke my father has lost his mon ey- I will marry you anyhow Can I believe my ears Yes a man like him can easily adcanother fortuno- 1Hexamethylenetetramine Tho above Is tho name of a German chemical which Is one of the mat aluable ingredients of Foleya Kid ney Remedy Hoxamcthylenetetra nlno Is recognized by medical textbooks and authorities as a tune acid solvent and antiseptic for tho urine TakOFolcys Kidney Remedy as soot as you notice tidy Irregularities and Avoid a serious malady New Stanford Drug Co Pains of women head pains ornny main stopped in 20 minutes sure with- Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See ull formula on 25o Box Sold by ennys Drug Store Why is he so anxious to get nigh rock Attracted by those small hours judgeII TailorMade doming You will find 500 samples on our counters from which you can make a selection for a- TailorMade Swt We have the latest styles and patterns Satlisfaction guaranteed Nofit no sale N J Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKYt ELECTRIC RANGESThe Range to buy n full saver n moneymaker the best baker A large lino of select from and we will appreciate a call GEORGE He FARRIS Stanford The Joseph Prlco Sanatorium Jfortli Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky For Treatment ot Diseases of the Eye Nose Throat Bar lenltolrlnnry Itectnl Of giuu Nervous Hyilmu and Surgery Safeguard the Future 1 II The safest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future U a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical management liberality Its policy contracts fiilr dealing with Ib members und large returns to holders Tnt cOIUPInylt lust entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ot H suceewful business career with more policy holders in Lincoln county than companies combined Write for IpartlcvlursstntlDg ago and whether mar 1- 6tyeralouseIEla Art James I White sStanfono I Solicitor for Itockcastle Oo When Ordering Clothes Hove your measure tnkon by a tailor of ex Thenyourolotheswhotheralow- price business suit or the llnvst evening clothes will Imve that Ipdlvlduallty and tit which plainly Indicate theywore made to your measuro I will also take your meas urn for extra trousers hoc vests topcoats and overcoats Fall anti whiter sam plea on band ready for your Inspection UORUPLEYTl1eTnllo1J BIG JACK SALE I Yawing decided to retire from tho Jack business on account IIf my ago I will sell ut public auction on- FEDatJAItY SITU lO- ut lOeclock p tSalt of my Jacks and Jennets All of which are strictly Uratolais animals I have been iv breeder of thete anlmaU for CO years and I nm only getting out ot the business on ac count of my uxtrernoage Should the weather bti bad the sale will Iw conducted under shelter Dinner will bo served on tho ground r Write for catalogue J P HARIIEIMOX fa r tarksville Ky- J sr THEINTERIOP jOURNAL r =OL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1909 no 100 i BRODHEAD Tho revival at tho Baptist church is a drawing goodcrowd- 5Mcrs Elder and Owens are conduct Jnjt a flinging school at Sparks Quarry Tho residence of Sol Northern was destroyed by fire a fow nights ago Nothing was saved and tho family had a narrow escape h Fred Durham Fatty left last Sun day night for Ellrabethtown whore ho has taken a position as bookkeeper for is tho Durham Bottling Works Zob Hall has rented his farm and moved his family to Wasloto Dell coIu ty where ho has accepted a position as station foreman on tho C V division of the L d N Mr Hall was reared a railroader and cant keep from Ic now J Mat Craig our hustling stock I man bought this week 90 head of fat hogs at 4 and 4c Fred Hahn bought of Wm CoI oil one two year old maro for 1110 Granvlllo Owens bought of JJurt Owens a saddle mare considera tlon not known After a 30 day shut down our merchants are handling chestnut wood Tho price of cross tied has advanced from 40 to 45 cents each Some few hickory and white oak spokeB are being handled and quite a lotof logs are being shlppod from hero all of which shows faint mgns of prosperity The near approach of spring makes us fool good too As The Cabinet Looks Secretary of StatoSenator KnoxI of Pennsylvania Secretary of the Treasury Judge t Vandevanter of Wyoming Attorney GoncralGeorgo W Wick ersham of Now York Postmaster General Frank H 4 Hitchcock of Massachusetts Rcpubll can National Chairman Secretary of the Navy George Von L Moyer of Massachusetts now Postmaster General Secretary of tho Interior R A Ball nger of tho Stato of Washington for mer Commissioner of the General Land OfficeSecretary of Agriculture James Wilson of Iowa now completing his third term- Secretary of Commerce and Labor Charles P Nagel of Missouri attorney for tho largo brewery interests of that StatoOf course when Mr Taft announces his full Cabinet one or two of these names may not be on it but that Is the way the elate looks now Washington Onoo Gavo Up to three doctors was kept In bed for lIve weeks Blood poison from n spid ors bite caused large deep sores to rover his leg The doctors failed then p Hucklena Arnica Salvo completely cured mO writes John Washington of Ooiquevlllo Tex For eocma boils burns and piles Its supreme 25o at 1cmiya Drug Store Many a woman hide her light hair under a bushel Pneumonia Follows LaGrippo Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows tho use of Foleys Honey and Tar for la grippe coughs and deep seated colds Ilufuso any but tho genuine In tho yellow package 4w Stanford Drug Co Central Kentucky Real state Exchange TITLE CO i 1 Noldencne on tho Wayncsbur pike 6 room home barn and oth- ruutbulldingtnlcuorolard Thlsproper1 f ty It near church housu U worth thw prlco HHOU No rILA ucrel llIIlIel Mouth of CrAb orchard on the HtnO road has a twostory I until good kern and Is well wnler vdt about ICM pores of this heel U bottom Inml and produces flue crops A Imrgnlu nt- IIel11 H cash bulnnco In one and two your i Nos1HncregonfuekOrook near WilY 4 room house unu other out lnilldlnasilentyof water Cash price SV 600No 4 UWncrei near Level CJroen hock cattle This farm has n now S story trnmoImn0 would cost to build now ijoo good Imrti crtb Ac located nonr church and school ThU Is u nlco homo and cnn bouGht fords per ncro K club rUe f tnalnderlnlSjnonths No 5 INS acres ndlotnlng the above Saran 100 acres In cultvat onllwollingot4rooms- good burn and other outbuilding nice or One of tho bc t springs In the county lrlco8BOj holt cash balance 1 and 3 years No 0301 acres adjoining farm Nos4 and 6 launcro cultivation balance In tint IHT Good white oak hickory and some tine cedar Iins9 storyloglmseandgood orch nrd well watered 3UX No 1iJacres near Maretlburg Ky 160 acres In cultivation good dwolllng house burn and necessary tine water nnd school church nnd It H station Price joui H curb tmlnnco in one nnd two years NoS1t acres near Conway Kyj nearly nil of this farm is bottom land lire for corn and meadow very good dwelling house new bnrn and other buildings on county road 8 miles from llorvn College Cash price ss WO No 94U acres on Drakes Orclmrd TIIII fArm adjoins the fansQI necessary buildings This II a bargain at- bW seoperacreNo acres near Stanford Ky In nice with 0 I necessary bUlldtnglote canbe bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms soo or R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Will Gllpis who escaped from tho workhouse at Danville was captured in Louisville Mr C B Chatham has sold his house and lot on College street to City Attorney U W Keenan for 3200 Mrs Sarah High aged 99 said to have been the oldest woman In tho mountains is dead at Pineville W B McAdams who was formerly in the jewelry business with E H Murray at Danville died at his homo at Lewlsburg Tenn Lazarus Sumner a prominent farmer and ono of tho bestknown men In Whitley county was instantly killed the top of his head being entirely blown awayIn tho London circuit court Judge Faulknar gave peremptory instructions in favor of Mrs Rachel Sparks who was charged with confederating with Felix Ueattv a Negro to burn the liv cry barn and poison the horses of Tip Sparks Fire broke out In tho general store of M Pennington at VittsburR und de stroyed the building and entire stock of goods Other buildings narrowly es caped Tho origin of tho fire is un known There was no Insurance on the building or stock Mrs George Hay died at her home near Buckeyoxtfter a short illness duo to a complication of diseases Sho was the daughter of Mr George McQuerry of Jessamine county Sho leaves a hus band and a largo family connection of Itays in northeast Garrard IN MEMORIAM On Feb C 1009 at 930 A M the spirit of Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw took its flight and returned to God Who gave It She was 78 years old and was born In Garrard county An Indulgent mother is gone but lot those who are left to mourn her loss try to live as silo has lived Sho was kind to every one andI was liked by all Mrs Holtzclaw will be missed by her friends and children Her funeral was conducted by Rev nIB Mahony of Stanford at tho DapI tilt church near her home in Ireachers villo and her remains wero followed toI Uio last resting place in Lancaster cern etery to await the resurrection morn when let it bo hoped her loved ones willI join her in praise of God eternallyI Grandmother is gone but not forgotten Never will her memory fade v Sweetest thoughts will ever UngerIRound tho grave where Oft from our heart comes the bitter cryI Why Oh why should our grandma dieY Then comes tho answer so solemn and deep Dear grandmother is but asleep Dearest grandmother wo miss theo asI thy taco we fail to see But far beyond tho stars in heaven wo shall united be Dearest grandmother thou has left us And thy loss wo deeply feel But tic God Who has bereft us Ho can nil our sorrows heal When wo leave this world of changes When wo leave this wbrld of care Wo shall find our missing grandmother In our Fathers mansion fair Homo Is sweet when grandmother isI with us Home is sad when she is gone No moro will we see her until wo meet in eternity Her granddaughter J C L Balks Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil warI veteran of Kemp Tex that a existed between a desperate lung trouI ble and tho grave to causa his deBthI I contracted n stubborn coll1aho writes that developed cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings Now Discovery which restored my health completely I now wolgh 178 pounds For sovero Colds ob strata Coughs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia 18I unrivaled 60o and 1 Trial bottlo freq Guaranteed by Pennys Drug StoreSWhy dont those Balkan go to war Whats tho use They get all tho newspaper space they want anyhow Foleys Honey and Tar clears tho alr passagos stops the Irritation in tho throat Soothes tho Inflamed membranes and tho most obstinate cough disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs are haalcdand strengthened and tho cold Is expelled from the system Refuse any but the genuine in the yel low package Now Stanford Drug Co No blame is fixed by the Coroners jury for tho crib firo at Chicago in which CO lives were lost A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Thomas P Grosty pf Baltimore vice president of the Manufacturers Record died at Talladega Ala of periton litisIn January Alabama produced 148 401 tons of pig iron against 140803 in December and 6036 in January year- 8g0 The snow blockade still prevails in tho lake region which Is suffering from InterIIPOIho1madechamber voted confidence by acclama tion Gov Wlllaon has Issued a letter thanking on behalf of Kentucky tho men who took prominent parts in the Lincoln centenary celebration at Hodg cnvlllo At Campton the Combs Hotel the oldest hostelry there was destroyed by fire The loss was about 4000 with 2000 insurance The origin of the fire is not known In two years in Louisville tho work house has decreased from an average of 160 to 107 daily though tho city has Increased rapidly in population The Sunday lid Is credited with the db creaseIllinois Central train No 205 southbound from St Louis to Now Orleans was wrecked six miles east of Murphys boro Ill Threo persons were killed and 36 were injured All the injured Jt is believed will recover With a bomb in one hand and a re volver in tho other a thief entered the homo of Lawrence M Jones a Kansas City millionaire and demanded 7000 Mr Jones overpowered the man and turned him over to the police Major Gen J Franklin Dell will have command of the inaugural parade on March 4 and his chief of staff Brig Gen John A Johnson is assisting in rounding out the details of tho pageant Miss Emily Virginia Mason a native of Kentucky who won fame during the Civil War as a nurso of Confederate soldiers and who ministered to Union soldiers at Libboy prison is dead in WashingtonNearly people were burned to death Sunday when tho Flores Theater Acapulco Mex was destroyed Sty eral Americans hcing among the victims Tho telegraph office was also burned and all communication was for time cutoff The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 9497800 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This Is a decrease of 839000 in the proportionate cash reserve us compared with the previous week The blind tiger keepers who have been evading arrest by technicalities of the law on the KentuckyTennessee border lino In Whitley county wero captured Sheriff Crowley with seven deputies County Attorney Steely and private detectives made tho raid capturing 14 white men three women and three Negroes The first number of the Jackson Eagle has just been issued from tho press the London Sentinel Tho paper will be devoted to the interests of Jackson county which has never had a newspa per Tho Eagle will bo republican in politics and under tho management of Russell Dyche editor of the London SentinelTho jury of the District of Columbia reported indictments charg ing criminal libel against the owners of tho New York World and the Indianapolis News on account of the recent publications in those papers reflecting on President Roosevelt Secretary Root Chas P Taft Douglas Robinson and William Nelson Cromwell in connection with tho purchase of tho Panama Canal Mrs E W Carmack wlfo of the former Tennessee Senator was the first witness in Nashville in the trial of Col Cooper and son and John DShavp accused of slaying her husband Tho widow was half carried to tho witness stand Sho moaned Oh God I and for several minutes was unable to tell when she last saw her husband alive Former State Treasurer Craig and Mrs Charles H Eastman also gave impor tant testimony Mrs Eastman gavo a dramatic recital of tho tragedy and made a strong witness for tho prosecu Lion It costs to advertise So he delays Hut he Is far from wise r It also pays Preventics thoso Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Trythem onuo and see 1 4825c Sold by Penn s Drug Store- Geronimo the noted Indian chief died at Fort Sill Okla where he had been confined as a prisoner of war for a number of years 1 1- y rI S KINGSVILLE J B Floyd and son will construct a nice dwelling on tho lot purchased by J W Thompson Rev Coker of Burnside will preac at Pleasant Point Saturday night Sun day and Sunday night Remember the oyster supper and entertainment to be given by tho Mac bees Saturday night Feb 20 Mm Belle Routen has moved from Winfield Tenn to this place In orde to get the benefit of our graded school Dr J W Acton is able to bo out again James Burton Is on the sick dist Morgan Boone was hero Monday en routo to Somerset E G Gillilandi wife presented him with a valentine on the 14th in the portion of an eight paun girl She has been christened Vernelle HUBBLE Shade Wilder bought a mare and colt of John Skidmore for 200 Rev Walker of Stanford will preach at the Christian Sunday afternoon at 230 Leo Rankin has had a very sick child with bronchial trouble but is some bet terB W Givcna sold his gray horse to a Southern party for 160 A mule belonging to J L Sloan ran over a feet trough and broke his hind leg Tho four months old child of Mike Rogers died Monday and was burled Wednesday In the Blackerby burying ground The child had never been well AntiSaloon League Convention LOUISVILLE Feb 17The first convention of the Kentucky AntiSaloon League is now in session with good au diences at the Coliseum Rev W B Beauchamp president Introduced May or Grinstead who made a welcome ad dress which was well received Rev Aqullla Webb pastor of Warren Memorial also gavo us a warm welcome in a lively speech which made every one glad to bo present RevJoseph Severance responded to theso welcome addresses in a very humorous talk and I was really proud to know that he is our Joo from Stanford Ho brought the house down with his humor Among other things he said My congregation would all be hero and rejoice in the privilege but they are forcibly detained at home You have given us a warm welcome and we ore going to stay just as long as you will let us and come back again on your first invi tation You cant reform tho saloons nor run them on the principles taught in the Bible and our Sunday schools This was tried in New York and utter ly failed The only platform upon which you can conduct a successful saloon is tho old original one hatched in hell and promulgated by the devil President Beauchamp read a paper the strongest I havo ever heard I wish they would publish millions of copies of Rev Beauchamps paper for free distribution Dr W C Taylor who is president of the Virginia AntiSaloon League arid pastor of one of the lead ing Baptist churches of old Virginia gavo us a very entertaining address In short the opening day was a great success T W BARKER The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood Dut loner ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and make tt worth living It purifies en riches and vitalizes the blood re builds wasted nerve cons Imparts life and tone to tho entire system Its I a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had ibllghtcd my life for months writes W M Shorman of Cushing Mo but Eke trio Hitters cured me entirely Only 50o at Pennys Drug Store Duke my father has lost his money I will marry you anyhow Can 1 believe my ears Yes a man like him con easily madeanother fortuneN Hexamethylenetotramlno Tho above is tho name of a German chemical which is ono of the maqy valuable ingredients of Foloys Kid fey Remedy Hexamethylenetetra mine Is recognized by medical textbooks and authorities as a turio acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine TakoFoleys Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice tidy Irregularities and avoid u serious malady New Stan ford Drug Co Pains of women head pains orany pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 250 Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store Why is he so anxious to get night workAttracted by those small boon I judge TailorMade Clothing i You will find 500 samples on our counters from which you can make a selection for a- Tailorlade vSuit- We have the latest styles and patterns Sates isfaction guaranteed No fit no sale N 4 1 Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY t ELECTRIC RANGES The Range to buy a full saver a money m best of select from and we will appreciate a IG eRGEIH FARRIS kerc1The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Eye Nose Throat Ear flenltolTrlnary Rectal Or guns Non ous System and surgery Safeguard the Future 1i The safest surest and most adequate safe guard for the future U a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality Its policy contracts full dealing with ha members and large returns tlJ1OIIC7 holders company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of ft successful business career with more policY holders In Lincoln county than all companies combined Write for particulars stating age and whether mar or 1f NEWLAND ARt Myers tonalloJatl Stanford InSolicitor for Itockcastle Co When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex erieraee Then your clot ties whelhera low prlco business suit or the II nest evening V clothes will hnvu that Individuality and lit which plainly indicate theywore made to your measure I will also take your measure for extra trousers fnncyvyeits top conta and overcoats Fall and ter sam plea on baud ready for your inspeCtim- aUOItUPLEYTheTatlor Sanford KY r BIG JACK SALE I 1 Slaving decided to retire from the Jack business on at public auction onSFEBRUAItY1T1I19Rat allot my Jacks and Jennets All of which Bra strictly tintclass animals I have been a breeder of those animals for to years and I nm only getting out of the business on ac count of my extremeago Should the woollier bo bad the sale will bo conducted under shelter Dinner will bo served on tho grounds i Write for catalogue a 4 J P nA karkovllle Ky J Jc The Interior Journal srEc WALTON CHARLES A HAR IN monwcalthAttoroeyoflhlasthe torJu dlclal district subject to of the democratic party y JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR li n candidate UN clr nit JUdllw of this the Wthdlstrlctsublect to the action of the Democratic party tMMC8AUFLEY- is rye a candidate for circuit Judge of this the lath district subject to the action of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticketr pFormate Senator R 1 HUBBLE of Lincoln county For lUpresontnttvn W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For Oont Attrrncy W S BURG For Circuit Clerk J D STCOPE For Sheriff W 1 McCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For MnglstrnteBtnnford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constnhle Stanford District I M BRUCE For Magistrate Ornb Orchard District- J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Unitonvllle District J K HELM SR For Constable Hustonvllie District 1 E TRUE For Magistrate Wuynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM- For Constable Wnynesburg District OHN G BAUGH THE striking of more than a million cent pieces at the San Francisco Mint fIr 1903 made a new record in the his tory of the United States Mint and its branches for never before since the coinage of pieces of this denomination was begun in 1793 had such coins Seen struck anywhere except at the parent establishment at Philadelphia As a matter of fact says the New Yprk Sun no need for the making of coins of this denomination in the West presented itself until within recent years as the demand for cent pieces was confined almost exclusively to the Atlantic and Middle Western States In the West and Southwest this minor coin has had no purchasing value was not recognized and was seldom seen in circulation Indeed even at the pres ent time there are many Western lo calities in which cent pieces are not ac cepted We can remember when flu cents was the smallest change that was necessary in any transaction as noth ing sold for Jess than anickle BRYAN recently said in a speech be fore his home people at Lincoln Neb UA democrat who always follows the nominees nominated by the constituted authorities of his party will not only keep his record clean as a democrat but will continue to merit the plaudit from his party well done thou good and faithful servant go hence and fight e the common enemy who never fails to make it hut for democracy when the opportunity affords Make the nomi nee himself a secondary consideration w but keep in mind the cause he represents Remember the advice of Jef rfersonas to party loyalty and of his teachings that the greatest good to the greatest number can be derived from the democratic party Adhere strictly tothese principles and in the end our stefforta will be crowned with success A READER wants to know which of thq States have abolished capital pun ishment Maine Michigan Wisconsin Rhode Island Kansas Colorado and Iowa abolished it but the two latter after a trial restored it In France the use of the guilotino was discontinued by the Presidents refusal to sign death i warrants but criminals became so bold r and dangerous that it had to be again J brought into requisition and already a number havo had their heads cut off The execution of a criminal seems to be acruel operation but there is a class that that punishment alone will deter from crime MR ROOSEVELT is shaved by a clerk carried on the government payrolls 1 GOO a year If he shaves once a day it is at a cost of 1Q a shave The av erage citizen thinks he is paying too much when he has to give up 15 cents and Roosevelt will too in a few days thanks to the flight of time I THE extra session of Congress will be convened on March 15 This date was definitely settled and President t lrattraf authorized the announce s fififty TUB court of appeals Vfflrmed tije Jefferson circuit court In the ease I Louisville against Theresa Lambert Appellee a washer woman 62 years of age was given 2500 damages in the lowpr court for Injuries sustained by falling through a defective sidewall J The court says that she will never be able to follow her vocation again and tho damages are not excessive It is a good thing that the city council of Stan ford ordered concrete pavements or we might J e paying our washer women a little hIgh for washing our soiled linen AT the meeting of the Kentucky An tiSaloon League a petition was report ed requesting Gov Willson to call an extra session of the Legislature to pass a uniform county unit bill The peti tion says that Gov Willson personally and the republicans are pledged to this policy and he is asked to make good It is dollars to doughnuts that the gov ernor does not convene the Legislature into extraordinary session to consider any county unit bill Republicans only make promises but do not keep them i PLATES at tho Taft banquet at New Orleans cost 25 And yet this is man who is hoping to break the Solid South says the Bowling Green Messenger Isnt that one way to break it How long can its citizens stand paying that much for one meal SOME one has sued James B Ilaggm the millionaire of New York and Fay ette county for 250000 He evident ly wants to make the old man divide up before he relinquishes his hold on his millions ED LEIGH of the BowlingGreen Messenger kicks because Charley Mea chain of the Hopkinsvllle Kentuckian indirectly calls him a night rider But honest Injun Ed aint you a night rider IT is stated that it will take Presi dent Taft half an hour to read his in augural address Too long Bill Boil it down and then use the blue pencil Brevity is tho soul of wit old man SENATOR KNOX shows that he is a Very patriotic citizen by hA willingness to serve asJSecretary of State for 8i000 a year while the other Cabinet officers get 12000 The discipline at the military acad emy at Annapolis has relaxed to per mitting a middles best girl towear his sweater Quite a victory for womens rights POLITICAL The Senate passed the naval ap propriation bill Lee B McHargue has been appoint ed postmaster at London to succeed the late J T Williams Tho House of Representatives passed the bill providing for separate statehood for Arizona arid New Mexico There was no material change in the United States senatorial deadlocks in Illinois and Wisconsin in balloting Senator Frank Rives and County At torney John C Duffy withdrew as can didato for Circuit Judge in the Third judicial district- Legislation which seeks to regulate the interstate of Intoxicatn i tho1House oflMemphisport upon foreign cotton seed industry So far as Congress is concerned the constitutional bar to the irllthosalary of Secretary of State The bill at first was defeated thropgh tho fail ure of twothirds of the members to vote for it but it was brought up agairi under a special rule and passed by a majority vote- Senator McCreary was the only Sen ator who spoke on the two battleship proposition in the Naval Appropriation bill in the Senate The Senator said I proposltionland ho entered into a defense of the propo sition advocating a navy large enough to insure the United States against be ing wantonly attacked by another pow erThe board of commissioners prorentedrequest him to have State Inspector and Examiner Thatcher mako an examina j tion into the affairs of tho two pcniten tiarles at the earliest possible moment j Gov Willson told the commissioners he would comply with the request at once The board says that tho reason for asking immediate action Js that there are some moved by feeling of retaliation seeking for selfish purposes to impress the public mind penitentiaries are improperly managej ed jIDont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That ia wrong It is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize those weak inside controlling nerves with- Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how I ulckly good health will come to you Tea it and sxI Sold by Pen nya DrugstoreI1 I J CHURCH MATTERS L1 Rev Robert Bruner a Baptist min ister of Daviess county and widely known over the State was found dead in his chair at wensboro The Western Methodist says truly It is time tho mothers in the land were on their knees praying that God will call their sons into tho ministry And they must show in their lives and In their talk that they consider pleasing God the one great thing and that their religion is a joy Services at the Methodist church Sunday Text Sunday morning Ho Shall have Dominions From Sea to Sea nnd From the Rivers to the Ends of the Earth Junior League and Jubl leo meeting at 3 r M for ail the chil dren of the town Senior League at 630 preaching at 715 subject Echoe from Anti Snloon League held at Louis ville I MATRIMONIAL Grover Botkins aged wand Miss Maria Bailey 17 of the East End were married yesterday Miss Nan Denton James the attract ive daughter of Mrs Annie James for merly ofthis place was quietly mar ried at the Lexington Baptist church Sunday afternoon to Mr Humberthumb who holds the responsible position of chief bookkeeper for Stoll Co of Lexington The bride is a niece of Mr W H Wearen of this place and is a lovely young woman Last Friday afternoon at 330 oclock Mr Mac Wheat of Valley View and Miss Allio Pried of Dallas were united in marriage by Rev S R King at his residence East of this city The mar riago was a quiet affair and immediate ly after the service Mr and Mrs Wheat returned to Valley View and are now at home to their friends at the elegant residence just erected by Mr Wheat on the North side The Sun joins with a host of friends in wishing for them years of unalloyed happiness Valley View Tex Sun Mr Mac Wheat will bo remembered by his I many Lincoln county friends who wish him all that married life can bring to one Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectaltrou ble lies In an operation then I used Dr Kings New Lifo Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis euro Constipa tion Headache 25c at Pennys Drug Store Eczema is Curable a ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skis diseases Eczema quickly yields and it permanently cured by this remarkable medicine AU Druggist Write for sample EWRoscMedCoStLoulsMoPennys Mill Elevator Residence and Land For Sale This mill property known as tbo Ilrnd fordsvlllo Is 11 tlioroughlv equipped plant with n capacity citCOburrofs dally besides meal and irnbaui producingexcelled by city The Klevntor wns built In IKI7 has n caiNKlty of SUIM bushels and is latest Improved innrblneryitubusiness was estnbllsbrd I n ISIS and nnd Is In Mood favor with n large steady and prolltnble trade Tho reahlrnco Is n now two story 10 room Frnnio with all necessary outhouses barn buRRysbed corncrib etc nil in good re ot n lot ISO feet front by 073 fott deeplawn beautifully shaded by Inrco maples lao feet of colonial porch around front and tides of house Ono of the most coiufortnlilo and desirable homes In Mitrlon County At tacked to this Is it plot of about 11 acres of tho very llnoit bottom land than which there Is none better In the Htnto Tho whole property lies together In the edge of the of Hrndfordsvlllt Ky a twtutlful vlllaKO with cood churches and oorJcliOIIIlIesCounty where the nearest I islocnted md where thus mill hUll goon trade This lean unusual opportunity for n handsome tome and n pro lIablo well esUshlished bust ness The whole property will Jill sold to the highest bidder on the premiere WEDNESDAY MAHOH 10TH 1W lit Executors Hnle Terms mndo known on tiny of sole For further Information call on or addressT 11 K TciillfHR Executors JJnidfordsvllle Ky POSTED strictly- torbkihunttngllshtugorankind of trvs passing on our places und will prosecute vh umbra to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Wnrron Sirs Muttla White IV W Carter lien I Murtln M F Lawrence Thule Hpoonnmoro IH hooker Jllettus-TA lUcu Joiieiih Ilnllou tastyMrfessert Paxton Sirs It L WII Influ JnmcuKOusli JNevIn Carter M II Mrs Jns Knlnes JIOarpCnterThotnaalferrlh David Ilurlon A l Thompson MO Klclmrdnon JMWnreMlsn JlnttloH wil Kulobcnljiich Ilros Fred Haumnun ATTruylor JjllburnUoocb N H 1iummcr NunnelleyTJ Eliruou David Stevens John OllmHIII cb WmOordler J8nTraylor M D Klmoro FredJtandorfJJ F Moser Mr and Mrs Jns 11 Ends A Klimsn MrsJJj Horton JJ Elliott Mr IfoIoltlln- W It Dnuisherty Krnnk Conner IWv Father Leo Dr n a 1erry llAUghnianUriahMrs Margaret Uoouli Jacob Candor I leo O livens W HTruylor Ham Roberts John Juror Amend Schaefer MJ Jlofmnnn ETliuazley A It Muttony OwsicyMHT Urtrrls ItO Watkins nOrowJMrAnderson aarriAuton1tClnecker VonUruenlgnnT ItOarpenterWXtPIIJohns Lw 1 th + 7 4 CornIJ K WEST Augusta Kits MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 K A A JI will moot in stated communication on each first and i third Monday nights of each month nt 7i30 oclock in their on Main street Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are frn trrtmlly Invited to tw present U Ioun- yyMT1V IVntitnKtouBee NOTICE Notice Is hereby given thnt all Lincoln county bonds of series 11 lulled Mareh I 111Nrodeeluablein15soars wills 0- pllylllit In luyenrs train said date wille be INild on the lit larch luuo on ices entation to the Lincoln County National Hank and that Interest oil snma will stop I I61TblsJames McKcchnlc a lb Cooper nnd W K Burcb Committee NEW BLACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I bare opened n blacksmith nnd genera repair shop nt my homo the old tollgate property on tho Stanford pike near 1111 troango PACLJFhtsIliustonvllieK- yB D CARTER Now Livery DopotStrootPhono 90 STANFORD 1 KENTU- CKYCONCRETING I We are In position to dn nil kinds of con emoting ni Work 1awiuents and In fact we con make any lIln from a house down to n fence post wo ran serve I you prlcllhelur010U promptly send guarantee UritClnn PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahony Rankin INSURANCEFire and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty I Eight of the IrndlnE companies of the world represented Compote roles with Losspaylugul In the history of this agency Losses promptly pAid without discount No waiting ro days for your money Itojore In aurlnicalJ on MAHONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Sta- nfordPAIN finsPmelse woolly At lout so toys Dr Shoot and to Thattabletcalled tDearoodeUrohoar prwnreIfIf you are sleepless miles nnra Its Uood contT Uou blood pressure That surely Is a atopItthe unnatural blootl presiure lIUlseJour fliizer and doesnt It set red and you Of COUTM It dos Its row paintwe sea at 25 cent ud cheerfully recoauneM Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STO- REHENRY WATT ERSONSt PAPER 4 Weekly GourierJpurnal I AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR f ONLY I5O Few people in tbe United States havo not heard of CourierJournal Democratic la all tblnglair In alt things clean In all tblngin Is essentially a fatally paper By e special arrangement are enabled to of erth WEEKLY GOUKIKBOOBNAL one year and this paper for the1 price named abort Bend your crlptlonlor the com jtnatloo tous DOt the CourlerJouro r 1 DRY1ELET1or 4SIr Hocker Bootees you all know them leather lined from top to toe one dollar off the Ir J pair now 400 Honest Mike Boots the oldfashioned tanned leather always softt 75 CentsIoffthe pair now 325 The Standard i the best hightop ever made one dollar less than regular price now 400 Storm King one of J T Woods best 10inch high top shoes double lined now 325 been 400 all the season Honest Mike high top kip shoes reduced from 40O to 30p Boys high top tan a good one worth 350 every day in the year but now 250 to close Of course these are I Cash Prices Dont ask us to charge th mI H J McROBERTS i STANFORD KENTUCKY E 3EeEfEfertCEBEIE8 mmfH gtMI 1 Line of Stationery i f fie Generallyi II8BBI 7rsi 9latlonal 9Jankj Stanford JyiOryanitttf S2 Capital Stork 350 000tSurplus and WnitittMtd Profits S9000 Jfas ward in Eiufdonds aunts Organization 211 500 tSnoito joie jfccounts on Our 91t1r1l3F p I I t IsHocker T lOFFJCER8John J T no C Robinson H C Uaughman Asst Cashr w U OBannon J S hooker i WVSaunder Dookkeeper C E Tale Highest Market PticesPaid For i Eggs i Hensl0toi012cr Roosters 4 to 4 l2c- Chickens 9 to lOc i I Ducks 10 tolQ 12c iGeese 6 to 7c m f Turkeys 1O to lcScrap Iron J Guineas 20c a + Piece Rubber i e e StanfordKy j If 1 rzr r 194 CentsF t I For an Extra Special w Value in Cortct Coycr Embroidery The regular price ia25c ABIonga thi8 lot lastsnt nly10 per yardj r 0 1 SON STANFORD yr Interior Journal + BTANFOIID KY FEll 1C 1DO I NEW nBsortment of local vlow post cards at Pennys Drug Store I SOME very bargains In Box t Paper but the supply is limited Ask to leo them Drug Store y PERSONALS J W ACEY went to Lexington yes terday MBS W S DBNIIAM Is In Danville with relatives Mns MATTIE KmtiY went to Louis vlllo yesterday I Mns PATSY BnowN Is visiting in New Alblnylnd- MISS MILDRED COSDY of Danville i with Miss Ucsile lull MR GEO L PENNY was In Louts I villo on business thus week II C WRAY was In London Wed no day on telephone buiincssI I liON W II SHANKS was in Lcxlng ton Wednesday on business w MRS J H BAUOIIMAN spent a fo days with Louisville relatives MESSRS THOMAS FARMER find E B Denham spent several days In LexinR ton IOTTLK DOD JACKSON visited his parents in Stanford SundayLondon Sen tlncb MR T P PICKET of Maysville Is p thu Tribble guest of his sister Mrs W A REV D M WALKER attended the Anti Saloon League Convention in Louisville EXSENATOR T R WELCH of Nlch ojasvllle was hero Tuesday attending circuit court Miss SAMANTHA WARE of McKin nay went up to Richmond yesterday to visit friends Miss FRANCES VANDEVEER is in Cin cinnati selecting a lot of up to date Spring millinery Miss ANNIE BRONAUGH of Crab Or chard is spending a few days with friends at London SHERIFF T J HILL was in Frankfort yesterday on business with the Auditor of Public Accounts MRS JAMES MBRSHON who baa been j with relatives hero returned to Le- I b I anon Junction Tuesday DANIEL SriTZEn and wife of the r Kriger section left Wednesday for St Joe Michigan to reside f MR W K SiiuoAim wife and little I Lcf Miss MAIUORIB OTTER returned from Louisville yesterday after several r months slay there with relatives I MR W II MUELLER left Wednesday for Do Pere WIs to visit an aged eta ter whom hohas not seen for years p i MRS LXURA MopRBL who has been t for some time In Chicago with rela tives has returned to her homo at CrabI I Orchard 1 p v Miss ELLA MAY SAUriD ItS leaves to morrow for Louisville to select her String millinery and to catch onto the trimming AND MRS J L HAMILTON of aater pasted through hero Tuesday en routo to Mississippi nnd other a civil engineer poIntst now headquartered at hero this week with C Saufley IlARDlN ono of the best Commonwealths Attorneys in Kentucky as well as ono of the most pleasant gentlemen Is here represent- ingj tho Stato during circuit court Miss ROBERTA OBANNON who is attending Miami University at Oxford I j been chosen from tho gradu class to represent Kentucky tata social function at that placo A compliment worthily bestowed and will be gracefully worn by tho brilliant t young lady THE reception given by Mrs J S Veils yesterday at her homo on West Lexington Ave In honor of her guest Miss Manlcr of Nashville was a most elaborate and enjoyable event Many guests wore present and all pronounced it tho most enjoyable of affairs ThoI homo was beautifully deoorated thoI color scheme being pink Tho refreshments I consisted of Ices and cakes wa chocolateAdvocateqtr LOCALS SEE my line of wagon and buggyhar ness JC McClary REX coal is guaranteed Try it Dcnham Bros milkOWANTED a firstclass farm hand Must come well recommended Dr Hugh Reid Stanford GET tho genuine Oliver plow points from Lipps Pcavyhousc Hustonvllle Ky HAVE you tried that good Rex coat yeti You can find it at Denham yard FOR SALEA 15horso power port ablft engine and boiler J R Powell Stanford Foil all kinds of fresh meats phones 178 and have it sent to your house J L Meeks SEE the quality and ofour bottom prices on the Tenncssco Cast Range George D Hopper I TUB Sparilla neverbreaks on tho hip It never rusts Sold by Miss 7Ella May Saunders Mn LILnunN GOOCH qualified yester Jay as administrator of his son Elijah R Gooch in the county court We make a specialty of pleasing par tlcular people Try our Rex coal We guarantee It Denham lire FOR SALE OR RENT The storehouse on East Main Street Ap ply at once to W K Warner FOR tho btfield 1 seedsattho most reasonable prices come and see us but our terms on seeds are spot cash Geo D Hopper LISTEN If you want to save money on building this year glue mo your con tract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phone SI SEE my handsome line of Spring bug gies harness etc Call while you havo a largo assortment to select from E T Pence Stanford Ky ALL persons having claims fagainst the estate of James Melvin deceased are requested to file Samo properly red fied with the administrator before Feb 20 1000 T J Hill Sr admr ltualI as Holtzclnw place Date given later Anyone wishing information concerning same will apply to J F Holtzclaw Proachcrsville Ky TUB homo of the late John F Cas on Danville Avenue is for solo private ly The residence is large commodious and in good repair There are 29i acres in tho lot For further particulars call on H C Baughman at the First Na tional Bank or James N Cash Tur norsville DIG LAND SALEThomas Metcalfe of Boyle sold his farm of 600 acres to A J Thompson of the Prcachersvilla section this county Tho rrico paid was 100 per acre Mr Motcalfo pur chased this farm about three years ago from A Er Hundloy at 80 an acre Possession will bo given on or before April 1st Lincoln county people give this excellent family up with much ru bedforeagain SECRETARY George 0 L Penny of the Stanford Water Light Ice Company was hero today looking after tho Interests of his company in tho matter of indictments which have been brought against it in the Franklin circuit court for alleged failure to make reports to the Auditor Mr Penny is the leading druggist of Stanford and Democratic chairman for Lincoln county lie says that lIon W II Shanks is sure to be returned to tho Legislature by a good majorityFrankfortNews CIRCUIT COURTlnn the circuit court Tuesday Thomas Ray for unlawful sale ofwhisky was fined j75 and given 10 days in jail A jury was secured in tho Chris Hutchison case for shooting J B Gilkerson at Crab Orchard Tho jury hung being unable to agree and was discharged In tho case of Thomas Harris colored 4 for shooting Flavlous Greor last Juno at tho circus tho jury returned a verdict of guilty and his punishment fixed at two years in the penitentiary The case of John Baugb maimingD C Allen was being tried when we went to press s j e rtOo r t I q IQ Cents0 Fpr ftrl1good quality Hamburg Edge 9 inches wide This would sellj in a t s f regular way for 1 So to 25c ThitJ special price is for tbie lot as long as they last I i 0 if 0 KY I1The IMR Iating CLOTHES French cleaned CookI Farmer seFOR lotroller skatesI Apply at this office I LOOK at W II Higgins Simplex corn planter in operation on first floor WANTED rent a 1 dwelling of four or five rooms in or near Stanford J bL Carter Sr Moreland 2t Two No3 Oliver typewriters built lover and with a years guarantee for salt Price 45 each MA Johnson Stanford THE dance at opera House Tuesday night was enjoyed immensely by thpso present Cooks orchestra furnished the music nOTim creditors of Col T P Hill are notified that their claims must be filed with us as required by law at once P M McRoberta and J B Paxton Exors To TilE LAnteslIt Is time to have your order taken for a Spring corset Call In and be fitted MIss Ella May Saunders THE stockholders of the Crab Orch ard Fair and Racing Association are requested to meet at the courtroom in Crab Orchard Feb 22 at 1 P M Busi ness of importance is to bo transacted J W Guest Pres R II Bronaugh Secy r rTim judgment of young Dalton against the L N for injuries receiv ed at Rowland some time ago and whIchwas affirmed by the court of ap peals was paid Wednesday It amount ed to about fGtO with costs and penalty thereon MR S M OWENS who made a most excellent race for assessor at tho late primary asks us to state that he Is for tho whole ticket nominated Feb 6 nnd will bo found lighting for every nomi neo in November lie desires to thank those democrats who supported him and has no ill will toward those who saw fit to oppose him Mr Owens says no democrat should be quibbling about Irregularities If there were any but that every democrat should do his duty by his successful opponent THE fiscal court met Tuesday and af ter hearing tho report of the commit tee that was appointed by It to go to various towns and inspect tho work of Fritz Kruegor 8 Son contractors de cider to close the contract for the new court house as tho work of tho above satisfach Sons first bid was 35045 but instead of rough work in the fourth story the rooms are to bo finished a partition placed between tho ollices of the coun ty judge and county attorney for a con sultation room and the clock is to bo placed in the dome For this extra work only 5 was charged making tho total bid for tho completion of the courthouse 35050 The building Is to bo completed by Dec let and work Is to begin March let The superintendent for tho building has not yet been- selectedby the court We trust that the court will give this matter careful consideration and select the best man for the responsible place CONTEST FILEDM S Baughman filed notice Of contest Wednesday on W L McCarty tho successful candi date for sheriff at tho recent primary Mr Baughman alleges irregularities in various precincts of the county His chief complaint is that known republi cans participated in the primary lions P M McRoberts and Robert Harding represent Mr Baughman the latter booing employed to take tho place of At torney George B Saufley who declined tho case Mr McCarty through his attorneys will file his answer in tho time allotted by law Wo sincerely re gret that tho contest has been brought and wo are suro tho democratic county committee will adhere strictly to tho law In disposing of the case and a squaro deal will bo given each of the gentlemen thereby leaving no doubtas to who Is tho regular nominee of the party The following gentlemen compo e tho county committee before which thQ contest willbe tried and its decision is final SrJ Embry Jr T A Rice J B Bailey J W Holtz claw J M Cress Levi Dell W S DryeWm North Walter Martin A G Caldwell a M Thompson and J H Carter Mr George L Penny is chairman of the committee a 1 f IF you want good meat call on Wil kinson Lutes Phone 47 PERRY BALLARD of the East End bought the farm of CO acres from the heirs of the late Rev F M Hill for 3450 THE oldest cant remem ber when we ever had such ideal Feb weather The sun never shone brighter than on Wednesday and yes terday and they wero almost as warm as May days- LINCOLN CALENDARThe Lincoln County National Bank since the Injec of young blood is keeping the institution before the world in a well directed use of printers ink The Lincoln Cal endar is most appropriate and the State Journal thanks Cashier W M Bright for one MR FISCAL COURT We have no ax to grind and only tho good of the peo pie and taxpayers at heartbut we trust that in your selection as superintendent of the now courthouse that you will so cure tho Services of a competent and uptodato man for that responsible po sition That is to be a building to stand for generations to come as well as one that can bo pointed to with pride when strangers visit our city and our people can talk about it when they go elsewhere We trust that the court will heed our advice for it is given only in the best of grace FOR SALE i war toiler and engine nnd mw mill tor sale Will tell eltber or both OUAII issLinOttaubelm Ky IoitoUlce Wnynriburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil privately ill stock ot Oro cerlfinml Himlwnre Doing n good buil OIIIIIIOKO DnOPIE1t Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured byZcmo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instapt clief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tose Med Co St Louis Mo GoL PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I grassInndthe Htanford pIke Improvumonta nnd fencing Rood plenty of water and fruit rattleimistof water nnd good tobacco Innd Km grow ngcrop J A OIVKNH Agent McKlnnvy Ky SEEDSt titsship best qUlJIA held and gardeni rd dinel to runner ut lowrit wholesale prices We sell clovers Itt fejIloedonl sledcorn cane teed millet cow pcnniojn btnni gardenloangardennod flower seed lund plniter and furtlllz en NVilte ui for price mimplciHtato wlint you wutit NMJlrVJIL1 RJElI till Second Ave North Nashville Tenn j PUBLIC SALEI We will on W1UINl mAY MAI10H 31800 at the home of Mrs Louisa J Iloltzclnwde thoIIlftheerty towit hi tract The dower containing 11 acres of land with Ituprovpiimntu ono good well contalnsaboutaTract No 2 of 41 nores tuiJolnlnR tits dow IprlngknowlIlIBIr known to hu dry lhl IIIII will he sold thelxatandrmntiindercent liitiTust from dato of sale until paid purchasontouey followingl1veKIn1UnlIRIIIlInrdlMplnnlnit wheel warping ota HOIIIII old style furniture antimany oth er thln thinsnot mentioned TMItIS OF SALAIIsums under to cash In hand that amount nnd over Olln credit of three months with a Per cent in terest from date negotiable nnd payable In the Lincoln OountY Notional of Stanfonl In will comntncaat 10 ococic kILUOLT70LAW HKIRS A M BOURNS Auctioneer rN 4 T3 Cents i f KiFor good line of ppattern of Linen Lncci Patterns in tHis 1 f and 16c We offer any jn this lot for 5c per yard 1 0 J SEVERANCE L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin Spring Oxfords Its a little early but wo have u beautiful liiio in all stylestcolors and prices such as 2stmp colonial combination 1strnp Ac These are in the lattetcolors wine bloodgolden brown c They have already begun to sell Come in and make your selection before the stock is picked over Vo lily en+ s dcavor at all times to have our goods in the house as soon if r not sooner than any one else and we intend to give you the 2 best that the market can afford at the lowest possible pricesrMake our store your headquarter while in town mill wo will convince you that we have the quality and our prices are right I R HUGHES MARTIN COI Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYIn FIEI1D SEEDS H+++++ +++ +++ ++ Nt The very best the market affords at Prices that are right for 4 SPOT GASH i W E Perkins Crab Orchard Watch This Space Next Is sue for Bargains in Up to Date GobdslI f I 4 r rI t Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KYI y Lb MoGiI tl I t is GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA R QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 1To Many Points South and Southeast t Tickets Good Retvraii tram May 3ht 199 I Write for ntutod folerJR C KING CPA 101 E Main St Uxlniton Ky 91 4 1 e Y II10 t The Interior Journal Mnteredintht Pal O iu at Stanford at teeondclau matter 4 L N TIME TKBLE No 21 Mouth 11M PX No II HOUth11 MA M No S4 North 4io x x No n North Biff P X No 17 1017 AM No 2M 240 PM JOS S RICE Agent 1i The Truth Every person in this city who is ufo fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All duresists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE iI A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Insures Tobace and Tobacco Tanis- NcthingUut Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 36 Office VS Insure with me and be fully protected Adorinas Fox It n bnndsouie large young Jersey Dull de scended from a and unbroken line of the most noted bulls nnd cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America lIb sire IR one of the best bulls over Imported and his dam Is a show cow that g van- E beIsome Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser Tlce He will be allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd thus year for a fee of 15 each Make engagement before sending cow to bo bred OTPEft Telephone 80 Stanford Ky N nWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You cnn find our Standard Kemedy the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known In case Rheumatism Salt Rheum Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It Is manu factured under the pure food oct of June so 1900 and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Is taken according to direction nnd If bo or she U not benollted by the use of the Remedy we will refund money We can do nothing more Lynch package contains 2D4 doses n registered guaran tee and mailingcnnlwithfull Instructions We send It to itnr address by mall on re of U per package or six packages for S3 netterordera box today In time you might save a big doctors bill Remember you takethe Remedy accord log to Instruction and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not Und remedy In drug stores for sale It is sold onlyitlaBPNduly authorized gentlj tli ali We Bu- yFURS I Hides Wool and Coi5i rr T- to Undertakers and Embalm en Aleo Dealers in Fur niture MatlingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give ThemaCalh Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Jc McClary ITY4 IalerSTANFORD KY tSsepboae laT HomeJPaoree e t1- 1 D1dPAltTlii111TI 1 mules at an average of 192 Ors Catherine McClary sold to Messer a milk cow for 45 FOR SriLEOno pair of coming five yearold mules Sid Myers Stanford FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1908 crop J B Walker Richmond KytS M Owens bought of Richard Cobb of Boyle a handsome pair of mules fo 400Broom corn is selling at 100 per ton at Paris Ill The high price is due t the short crop J B Rout sold to T B Bright ol Boyle one horse mule coming five years old for 165 Thos McClintock purchased of par ties near Owingsvillo 17 work mules at from 140 to 200 For 1908 the potato crop was 285000 000 bushels much below the average for a number of preceding years The seventh annual Kentucky State Fair will bo held at Louisville Ky September 13th to 18th inclusive- J A Wood of this city sold to Pennsylvania parties 12 mules at a price averaging 90 Advocate Powell Depp sold to T B Bright of Boyle a pair of 6year old maro mules weight 2450 pounds for 450 I have 13 coming two ycar old mules for sale Will sell all or by pair Henry Catron R F D No 1 Stanford Speaking of horses the United States has a few Last year they num bered 20640000 valued at 1974052 dOO an average of 9564 per head Henry F Embry of the live stock firm of Tatum Embry Co Louis ville is at deaths door Mr Embry is a relative of the Fosters of this coun ty FOR SALEA good combined mare eight years old kind and gentle and good looker Black in color and suita ble for family use Colonel Gooch Kingsville Ky FOR SALEBay horse 15i hands I giany where Price reasonable E G Gil llland Kingsville FOR SALETeam of fouryearold horse mules l0 hands high extra good ones Efght year ald family horse and aine year old family mare Charles Lutes Hustonville W C Carpenter of the West End purchased of Hon Harvey Hay a tract of land containing 133 acres at 72 per acre It lies one mile from Pcrryvilh on the Mitchellsburg pike Advocate FOR SALE 1000 barrels of good sound corn 12 or 15 cars of timothj hay and a nice road horse heavy enough for carriage or rockaway four years old and gentle I STevis Shel by City Ky 4t At the Garratt Jefferson sale in Bour bon county horses brought from 10 tc 175 colts 50to 85 ponies 75 tc 105 10 yearling mules 83 50 each I cows 30 to 55 sows and pigs 16 tc 22 sheep 6 shoats 835 corn 340 to 350 per barrel hay 850 per ton fodder 12Jc per shock chickens 40 t 70 cents turkey hens 2 60 The night rider sections of Kentucky are quiet and tobacco Is selling freely and at good prices Two things have come of all that business Kentucky and Tennessee are disgraced in the eyes of the world and the tobacco trusts have had their grip on the throatjpf the tobacco farmers broken Tobacco sells at from 1 to 200 per cent higher than beforeAt Sterling court Monday there were 5000 cattle on the market and be tween 800 and 1000 mules Prices prevailed as follows Best 1000 pound steers sold at 4f to 5c heifers from 3J to 4c the demand for good long yearlings was heavy and a considerable number sold by the head bringing over 5c Old cows rough oxen and bulls sold steadily at prices of 1i to 3jc mules from 100 up to 225 A Madison county farmer has taken up the raising of mulehoofed hogs In appearance they would be taken for our PolandChina breed but the hoof is not split like the common hog but is solid like the hoof of a mule They are raised at Redwig Indiana where a breeder makes a specialty of this breed and it Is claimed that they are proof against hog cholera It is claimed that they can be put in where other hogs have the cholera and they will not take it This breed hogs orignated in the Cumberland mountains of eastern Kentucky and Tennessee The cleverest Imitation of real ColTce over yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is fine In flavorand is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store The MotherMy son whatever are you trying to do to bank The Boy Im just Custin it open to see how much pa left after he made a run on it this morningNew York Herald constiI bowels healthy and regular Orino is superior to pills and tablets as Itdoes not gripe or nauseate Why take prigCo1 Notice To Contractors Letting Monday rich i 09 Notice is hereby given that I iia Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln receiversealed bids for stone und gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes oiu said Lincoln county Ky All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone anti must be ecnled and filed with mo on or before 10 oclock A M Monday March 1 100at 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 to give bond with surety to be approved byme for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within tho time nud under th6 conditions hereinafter mentioned Stanford Danvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Matlio Whites gate 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 tL Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 35 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Rush Branch to Iubbl 20 rod of stone or 30 rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford Huston ville pike to Hang ing Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danvillo t Hustouvillo piko 20 roda gravel Stanford tC Milledgeville piko Sec 1 from Stanford Uustonvillo pike to AlcCormacks Church 10 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from McCormack Church to Milledgevillo 10 role of gravel Stanford Preachersville piko Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pit to Wilkersons Branch 20 rods of stone Saute Sec 2 from Wilkcrsou Branch to Crab Orchard Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Stanford Crab Orchard pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Itaughmana gate 40 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Baughmaus gate to Bytvatars gate Hi rods ofstone or 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 3 front By waters gate to gravelaStanford it pike Stanford tL Waynesburg pike to J G Lynns 20 rods of stone or gravel Seine Sec 2 from J G Lynn to Boones shop 15 rods stone or gravel Same Sec 3 from Boone shop to Ollcnheim 10 rods of gravel Stanforl Dix River Sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to Hadens Switch 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from lindens Switch to Tray lors lane 30 rods of grovel Same Sec 3 from Traylor8 lane to Oar rani lino 20 rods of gravel Stanford it Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Logans lane 20 rods of stone or 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 front Logans lane to Garran line 15 rods of gravel Stanford it Wdyuesburg pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike 15 rods of atone Same See 2 from Ottenheim pike to Maywood road at foot of Knobs 25 rods of stone Same See 3 from Maywood road to Carters Store 20 rods of stone Same Sec 4 from Carters Store to Hutchison Schoolhouse 15 rods of arose Same Sec 5 from Hutchisons School house to Butts Store 15rods of stone Same See 0 from Butts Storo to Kingsville pike 20 rods of stone Same Sec 7 iron KingsviIo pike to George Gaines 15 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Gaines to G W Cliffs 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 0 from G W Clifts to NVayncfiburj 8 rods of gravel Stanford it Uustonvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs Store 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Cashs Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of stone Same Sec 3 front Hanging Fork to Huston ville 40 rods of lone or 50 rods gravel- Hustonville it CofTeys Mill pike Sec 1 from Hustonville to Wm Car ItoSalem 30 rods of stone or gravel JIustonvillo Bradfordsvillo pike whole road 15 rods of gravel Hustbuville it Danville pike Sec 1 from Hustonvillo to Black piko 50 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Black pikcto Boyle county line 50 rods gravel Hustonville it Carpenters Creek pike 40 rods of delis or CO rods of gravel Hustonville it McKinney pike 10 rods of gravel McKinney it Coflcys Mill piko Sec 1 from South Fork pike to tollgate 20 rods gravel Same Sec 2 Jrom tollgate to Fair place 40 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Fair place to Mt Salem 40 rods of stone Same Sec 4 from Mt Salem to Casey line 15 rods of stone McKinney it Turncrsvillo pike from McKinney to John Murphys 30 rods of gravel McKinney tC South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel Tumersvillc t McKinney pike 50 rods of gravel Turncrsville it McCormacks pike Sec 1 from Turncrsvillo to Sum Helms 8 rode of gravel Same Sec 2 from Sam Helms to 0 Bishops 8rolls gravel Same Sec 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick 10 rods of gravel Black pike 15 rods of gravel Crab Orchard it Lancaster pikc See 1 from Crab Orchard toG W Evans place 30 rods stone Same Sec 2 from leans pjaco to Garrard line 25 rods of stone Crab Orchard it Chappell8 Gap pike whole road 35 rods of stone or gravel Danville itLancaster pike 20 rods of stone Lincoln it IJoyje pike 5 rods of gravel Kiugsville Pleasant Point pike Sec 120 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 gravelRowlandA rod of ptone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken tone and gravel must be on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1909 All gravel must bo spread before Oct 15 19Q9 All metal is to be measured by the supervisor who may designate when nod where it is to be spread All crushed stone must bo spread not later than Jan11010All furnished must be good round hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must be clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney it Coiieys Mill pike and Turncrsyille McKinncy pike must bo from Green River x The court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size or quality Bidders must eay whether stone will be broken by hand or crushedThe supervisor reserves the righUo reject any and allbids Blank forms in which bids may be made can be obtained from tho County Clerk Copies pf bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted to use it at 81 per rod S Ki DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County 1 IiI 1 f C Clearance Sales 1 All the mustI I be CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 811 48 815 Coat now 0 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now 6 O8 1 20 Suit now SICi 18 817 50 Suit now 12 48 815 Suit now 0 08 812 50 Suits now 8 08 810 Suit now 0 48 87 50 Suit now 4 OS 85 Suit now 3 48 i ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now 89 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now 6 08 87 50 Coat now 4 08 85 Coat now 3 481t 84 00 High Top Shoes 83 48 83 50 High Top Shoes 82 98- 50o heavy fleeced lined underwear t 39o Mens Felt Boots Mens and Wom ens Rubbers AH reduced accord 1 ingly SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank Tobacco Growers Stop at W II HIGGINS and see the BEMIS Transplanter c for Tobacco Tomato Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Ac The transplanting can be done when the plants are ready You do not wait for rain as each plant is watered at the roots as set and t the roots are covered by dry firm dirt which can not bake ami x which refaius the moisture underneath It will pay y5u to investigate before setting yourplanU 3i7E W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln bounty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 r 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- J W ROCHESTER TELLER + r H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS w J B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky sub scribe for the etuchy State Journalt II The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for price and particulars toj1aW P WALTON Frankfort KyiTHE SAFEST Aria WEST t AY TO s- Is TRANSFER MONEY lfBY t LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR KATES APPLY TI LMAL MANMER M EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY j tNCOII RATIO t 0ifyou want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from theBest and Purest Drugs Call on me r WB McRoberts N Y 1WOGIS1 AN Dj= I