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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 19, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909021901_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 19, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - VttTWST TT" sfi f, OL. XXXVI. BRODHEAD. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. IN WEIOHBORINQ is Will Gllpls, work-hous- -- , FEBRUARY 19. 1909. KINGSVILLE. MO. 100. COUNTIES. NEWS NOTES. Nothing was saved and tho family had a narrow escape Fred Durham, "Fatly," loft last Sunday night for Elliabothtown, whero ho has taken a position as bookkeeper for tho Durham Bottling Works. Zob Hall has rented his fnrm and moved his family to Wasloto, Hell court ty, whero ho has accepted a position ns section foreman on tho C. V. division of tho L. & N. Mr. Hall was reared a rallrosdor and can't keep from Ic now. J. Matt Craig, our. hustling stockman, bought this week 90 head of fat hogs at 4 and 4le. Fred Hahn bought of Wm. Colwell ono two yoar old maro for $110 Granville Owens bought of Jlurt Owens a saddle mare, consideration not known. After a 30 day shut down our merchants aro handling chestnut wood. The price of cross ties has advanced from 40 to 45 cents each. Some few hickory and whito oak spokos are being handled and qutto a lot of logs aro being shipped from hero, all of which shows faint signs of prosperity. The near approach of spring makes us feel good too. As The Cabinet Looks Tho revival at tho Uaptlst cliurch drawing good crowds Messrs. Elder and Owens arc conducting a singing school at Sparks Quarry. Tho rcsldcnco of Sol Northern was destroyed by firo a few nights ago. i Secretary of Stato Senator Knox, of Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Treasury-Jud- ge Vnndevantcr, of Wyoming. Attorney General -- Georgo W. of Now York. Frank li. General Postmaster Hitchcock, of Massachusetts, Republican National Chairman. Von Secretary of the Navy-Geo- rgo L. Moycr, of Massachusetts, now Postmaster General. Secretary of tho Interior It. A. Malinger, of the Stato of Washington, former Commissioner of the General Land Wick-crsha- Office. Agriculture James Secretary of Wilson, of Iowa, now completing his third term. Secretary of Commercu and Labor Charles P. Nagcl, of Missouri, attorney for tho largo brewery interests of that Stato. 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 the slato looks now. , to thrco doctors; was kept In bed for live weeks Mood poison from tttipld-or'- s bile caused largo, deep sores to rovor his leg. Tho doctors failed, then "Uucklrn'it Arnica Salvo completely lured mo," writes John Washington, of Uosquevllle, Tex Forwema, bolls burns and piles Us supreme. I'm lit renny'ii Drug Store. Many a woman hides her light hair under a bushel. Washington Onco Gavo Up Pneumonia ollcn follows la grippe but neer follows tho urn of Foley's Honey and Tar, for la grippe coughs nnd deep seated colds. Kef use any but thu genuine In the jellow package. Xow Stanford Drug Co. Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppo Contrnl Kentucky Sentinel. Tho grand jury of tho District of makeit worth living. It purities, eu Soldlor Balks Death Plot. Columbia reported indictments charg- riches and vitalises tho blood, reIt hiemed to J. A. Stone, u civil war ing criminal libel against the owners of builds wasted nervo colls, Imparts llfo veteran, of Kemp, Tox., that a plot tho New York World and tho Indian- ond tone to tho entire system. Itsl a CO., A TITLE existed between a desperate lutig trou- apolis News on account of tho recent godsend to weak, sick und debilitated ble and the grau to cutiso Ills death. reflecting people. "Kidney troubln had flighted Wayncsburg pike, , No. -i acres on thehouse, burn niidoth- - "I contracted it stubborn cold," he publications in those papers near HIiililniiil.B-rooii- i Secretary Root, my llfo for months," writes V. M. orchard. Ihlspn.per- - writes, "that developed a cough that on President Roosoveit, rroutliulkllmrsi iileo , l well Chas. P. Toft, Douglas Robinson and Sherman, of Cushlng, Mo., "but Electy Is near church and stuck to me, In splto of nil remedies, William Nelson Cromwell in connection tric Hitters cured mo entirely " Only ViiaJ'iws.imUr.HoutU of Crab for jears. My weight ran down to 130 with the purchase of the Panama Canal. SOo. at Penny's Drug Store. Htnte road, has a ELECTRIC RANGES The Raugo to buy; a full oavcr; a money maker water-ilhouse, KiMidNirii, orchard and Is well bottoml pounds. Then I began to Ubo Dr. It Mrs. E. W. Carmack, wife of tho alMiul Ii acres of tUln land iMirgnlnnl tho best baker. A large lino of Belcct from und wo will upprechite a call. "Dukot my father has lost his monKlug's Now Discovery, which restored IiiiuI nuil produces flue crop. A was the first H cash, balance In lino niul iwo )enrs. my health completely. I now weigh former Tennessee Senator, i ey." acres un lluck Creek. imrWiy witness in Nashville in tho trial or lot. i No. -lli "I will marry you anyhow." suurg. .room nuu.e, iHiin ..in. uiiibi "" 1"8 pounds " For soero Colds, obllillius, plenty of water. I'nsli price, I,. stinate Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asth-in- a Cooper nnd son and John D. Sharp, ac "Can I believe my ears?" slaying her husband. Tho cused of e near tlreen. "Yes; a man like him can easily Thi Jotiph Price Sanatorium, So. and to prevent Pneumonia It's widow was half carried to tho witness county. Ky. Tills fnrm bus ' When 60o and $1 Trial bottlo stand. Sho moaned "Oh, God 1" and madeanother fortune. ' tory frame house, would rust to build now unrivaled ISjiO; irooil Uirn, crlli, Jte., loaned near 'orlli iJincuitsrBtrn't, Penny's Drug Have) our measure taken by tailor of exchurch unil school. Till, la nlco lioine mul freo. Guaranteed by for several minutes was unabio to tell Hoxamethylonetotramlne -can tio bought for Sl'l pur acre, S cash; perience. Then our clot lies, wlu'Uieru Storo. Stanford, Kentucky. 11 months. when sho last saw her husband alive. business suit or the finest evening Is tho name of a German Tho above and No, f- t- la acre mllolnlng tho ilo o farms "Why don.t thoso Balkan go to war?" Former Statu Treasurer Craig and Mrs. chemical, which is ono of the many For Treatment ot HlsoiiMmof the Kje Nose, clothes, will tinvu Unit Individualitymade lit to Klilch plainly Indicate theywero UMBcr.slilcuttliition. Iiwelllngofsroouiss Kectftl our measure. 1 wlllalsotaku your meas"What'B tho usa? They get all tho Charles H. Eastman also gavo impor- vnluable ingredients of Foley's Kid-ne- y Throat, Kur, H good burn nnd other outbuildings: nice orure for extra trou.ers, faucysests, top Nenous stem ami Hurgery. chard. One; of the Ixwl springs In the coun- J newspaper spaco they want, anyhow." tant testimony. Mrs. Eastman gavo a s Hexamothylenetetra-Illinoicoats and overcoats. Kull and Viter samliiilIciuU. ImluiK'O I ana Itcmedy. ty. I'rlcol-Iioples on baud ready for) our Inspection. years. recital of tho tragedy and recognized by medical toxt tho dramatic I Foley's Honey and. Tar clears No.rt Sit acres adjoining farms No.. nnd II. O. ItU I'LK Y. The Tailor, in ado a strong witness for tho prosecuiHiniTu. In culUwitlon. Iwlance In thu authorities as a I urlo acid books and Hlanford, Ky, In tier, Uoixl whlto onk, hickory mul 1011111 Hue alr'passagos, stops the Irritation tion. tho urine solvent und antiseptic for kimki nK hum. mm S,iu). urtu tho' throat. Soothes tho intlamed cellar. Has nrd : well watered. Dash price, Kidney Remedy as soon obstlnato I Th safest, surest and most uUe(UUte safeIt costs to advertise, .BIG No.T i'dlacres nenr Maretsburg, Ky.. 160 membranes, and tho most as you notice aay Irregularities, und guard for the future Is a policy In nuum, cough disappears. Soro and Intlamed nores in cuiinuwmi, bwiw iineum So he delays, ,....., hiwI mu'i'ifciirv outliullillnci. Hue Muter New Stanavoid a serious malady The Mutual Benefit Life But ho Is far from wiso; mul sebool.church mul 11. K.itutloii. l'rlcu, lungs aro heuled'and strengthened, and Having deoldod to retire from the Jack ford Drug Co, $.l,r; H ciith, Imluuce III one una two )ears. tho cold Is expelled from tho system. It also pays. business, on account uf my age, I will sell Insurance Co. No. s ill acres, near Conway, Ky,; nearly at public- auction on corn farm U Iwttom laud, Hue fur ;newr Uefuse uny but tho genulno In tho yol-loill of thU is conspicuous for economical manage-m.head pains, or any mul meadow Itery good dwelling house KKUHUAUY.SIT1I. I(tt, package. Now Stanford Drug Co, inirHiitv n( its txiiloy contracts, fulr I'reventicsthoso Candy Cold Cure I'alns of women, minutes .sure, with It barn mul other buildings; on county road, A mln atnnned in 20 College, Cash price, dealing with Its members uud largo returns miles from lleren Tablets will safely and quickly check ut lOo'olock A. x. Tablets. See luiioiicy uoiuers. jun vutruu ... No blamo Is fixed by the Coroner's them Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain of Tlie, company is all of my Jacks and Jennets. All hatewliloli So. --AI seres on lruke'i Ureek, S miles iurv for tho crib firo at Chicago in oall colds and the Grip. Try s animals. ficiuUruuOrcharU. This farm adjoin, tb Sold by Penny s full formula on 25c. Hox. Sold by SIXTY FOURTH YEAR are strictlyof tbete animals for 60 I tears been onco and see und a breeder iiq itlke BIHI IS n pr 01 111 KchhI biiiii iiirui. which CO lives were lost. Penny's Drug Store of n successful business career with more 1 am only getting out of the business on coihIIIIoiij all Drug Store. Is line laml anil m pulley bolder In Lincoln county tbau my extreme age. ii"ceury liuliaiugs. This Is a bargain at I nil other companies combined. Writs for Hhould the weather iw Imd the sale will lw " A tlckllnir or dry cough can bo v KVjf im) per ucre. undir shelter. Dinner Mill bo "Vhy is he so anxious to get night particulars, stating age and wbetber . mar- conducted the grounds. acres. nar Htanforil. Ky., In quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Geronlmo, tho noted Indian chief, No. . .. .... ried or single to served on S It. M. SBWMSUi npeeiai aki nice shuie, with ull iieoeswiry buliaiugs,eto., Cough Kemody. No opium, no chloroWrite for catalogue. died at Fort Sill, Okla., where be had workT" Myers Flats, Htaufoi calt bought worm luniiiuue;, J. 1MIARIIBHMS.HH.. Ky. "Attracted by those small hours, I James I, White, House Sold been confined as a prisoner of war for rarksvlllo, Kor full iiartlculars In regard to all the form, notblug ut safe or harsh. Bolloltor for Hockeastle Oq. see or write U K. Hughes or judge.",, above farms, a number of yean. by Peuny'a Drug Store. Htonford, Ky. Thomas P. Grasty, of Baltimore, vico who escaped from tho o at Danville, was captured president of the Manufacturers' Record, died at Talladega, Ala,, of peritonIn Louisville. Mr. C. II. Chatham has sold his houso itis. 1 In January Alabama produced nnd lot on College street to City Attortons of pig iron against 146,803 In ney It. W. Kcenon for $3200. Mrs. Sarah High, aged 09, said to December and 8G.03G in January a year have been the oldest woman In tho ago, Tho snow blockado still prevails In mountains, Is dcail at Pincvillc. W. 11. McAdams, who was formerly tho lako region, which Is suffering from in the Jowelry business with L. It. demoralized communication and InterMurray, nt Danville, died nt his homo rupted truffle. The new Grand Vizier, Hilmia Pasha, at Lewlsburg, Tcnn. Lazarus Sumner, n prominent farmer made his first appearance in, tho Chammen in ber of Deputies at Constantinople. Tho. and ono of tho Whitley county was instantly killed, the chamber voted confidence by acclamatop of his head being entirely blown tion. Gov. Willson has Issued a letter away tho In tho Ijndnn circuit court Judge thanking, on behalf of Kentucky, Faulknar gavo peremptory Instructions men who took prominent parts in the In favor of Mrs. Rachel Sparks, who Lincoln centenary celebration at was charged with confederating with At Campton, the Combs Hotel, tho Felix Hoattv, a Negro, to burn tho liv ery barn and poison the horses of Tip oldest hostelry thcro, was destroyed by fire. Tho loss was about $1,000 with Sparks. Firo broke out in tho general store of $2,000 Insurance. The origin of the firo M. Pennington at Pittsburg and de Is not known. In two years in Louisvillo the workstroyed tho building and entire stock of goods. Other buildings narrowly es house has decreased from an average caped. Tho origin of tho firo is un- of 1C0 to 107 daily, though tho city has The known. There was no insurancoon tho increased rapidly In population. Sunday lid is credited with tho debuilding or stock. Mrs. George Hay died at her home crease. Illinois Central train No. 205, southnear Uuckoye,oftcr n short illness, duo She was bound from St. Louis to New Orleans, to a complication of diseases. the daughter of Mr. George McQucrry, was wrecked six miles cast of Murphys-borIII. Threo persons were killed of Jessamine county. Sho leaves a husband and a largo family connection of and 30 were injured. All the injured, ,it is belioved. will recover. Kays In northeast Garrard. With a bomb in one hand and a reIN MEMORIAM. volver in tho other, a thief entered the homo of Lawrence M. Jones, a Kansas On Feb. C, 1909, at 9:30 A. M . the City millionaire, and demanded $7,000. spirit of Mrs. Louisa Holtzclaw took its the man and Mr. Jones overpowered flight and returned to God, Who gave police. was born turned him over to the it. Sho was 78 years old and Major Gen. J. Franklin Bell will have In Garrard county. An indulgent mothcommand of the inaugural parado on is gono, but let thoso who aro left er March 4, and his chief of staff, Brig. to mcurn her loss try to live as sho has Gen. John A. Johnson, is assisting in l.ved. She was kind to every ono and rounding out the details of the pageant. was liked by all. Mrs. Holtzclaw will Miss Emily Virginia Mason, a nativo bo missed by her friends and children. of Kentucky, who won fame during tho Her funeral was conducted by Kev. It. Civil War as a nurso of Confederate It, Muhony, of Stanford, at tho Bapsoldiers and who tninUtered to Union tist church near her homo in Preachers-vill- o soldiers at Libbey prison, is dead in and her remains wcro followed to Washington. Lancastercem-cter- y the last resting place in Nearly 300 people wcru burned to to nwait the resurrection morq, death Sunday when tho Flores Theater, when let it be hoped her loved ones will of Acapulco, Mcx., was destroyed, siv-erjoin her in praiso of God eternally. Americans being among the vicGrandmother is gono but not forgotten, tims. Tho telegraph office was also Never will her memory fade, burned and nil communication was for Sweetest thoughts will ever linger a time cut olf. Hound thu grave where she is laid. The statement of the New York banks for the past week Oft from our heart comes tho bitter cry, clearing-housdie? shows that tho banks hold $9,497,800 Why, Oh why should our grand-mThen comes tho answer so solemn more than the requirements of tho 25 per cent, reserve rule. This Is a dennd deep, crease of $839,000 in tho proportionate Dear grandmother is but asleep. cash reserve us compared with tho preDearest grandmother wo miss theo as vious week. thy face we fail to see, The blind tiger keepere who have But far beyond tho stars in heaven we been evading nrrest by technicalities of shall united be. tho law on tho Kentucky-Tennesse- e Dearest grandmother thou has left us border lino In Whitley county, wore And thy loss wo deeply feel captured. Sheriff Crowley with seven Hut 'tis God Who has bereft us, deputies, County Attorney Steely and Ho can ull our sorrows heal. private detectives made tho raid, capWhen wo leave this world of changes. turing 14 white men, threo women nnd threo Negroes. When wo leavu this world of care. e The first number of the Jackson Wo shall find our missing grandmother has just been issued from tho press In our Father's mansion fair. of thu London Sentinel. Tho paper will Homo is sweet when grandmother is be devoted to tho interests of Jackson with us, county, which has never had a newspaHomo is sad when she is gone. per. Tho Eagle will bo republican in No moro will we see her until we meet politics and under tho management of in eternity. Russell Dyche, editor of tho London J. C. L. Her 148,-40best-know- n Hodg-cnvlllo. o, al e a Ea-glgrand-daughte- B. Floyd and son will, construct a nlco dwelling on tho lot purchased by J. W. Thompson. Rov. Coker, of Burnslde, will preach at Pleasant Point Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Remember the oyster supper and entertainment to be given by tho Mac-beSaturday night, Feb. 20. Mrs. Belle Routen has moved from Wlnficld, Tcnn., to this placo in order to get the benefit of our graded school. Dr. J. W, Acton is able to bo out again. James Burton Is on tho sick list. Morgan Boono was hero Monday E. G. Gllliland's en routo to Somerset. wife presented him with a Valentino on d the 14th in tho personof an girl. Sho has been christened Vcrnelle. es eight-poun- J. HUBBLE." Shade Wilder bought a marc and colt of John Skidmore for $200. Rev. Walker, of Stanford, will preach nt tho Christian Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Jfr i I I fNLLXX Leo Rankin has had a very sick child with bronchial trouble, but is some bet- ter. B. W. Givenasold his gray horse to a Southern party for $1C0. A mule belonging to J. L. Sloan ran over a feed trough and broke his hind leg. The four months old child of Miko Rogers died Monday and was buried Wednesday in the Blackerby burying ground. The child had never been well. Anti-Saloo- Tailor-Mad- e Clothing. You will find 500 samples on our counters, n League Convention. Anti-Saloo- from which you can make a selection for a Louisville, Feb. 17. The first conn vention of the Kentucky League is now in session with good audiences ut the Coliseum. Rev. W. U. Beauchamp, president, introduced Moy-o- r Grinstead, who made a welcome adRev. dress, which was well received. Aquilla Webb, pastor of Warren Memorial, also gave us a warm welcome in a lively speech, which made every one glad to bo present. Rev.TrJoseph 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 tho "house down" with his humor. Among other things he said: "My congregation would all be hero and rejoice in the piivilege, but they are forcibly detained at home. You have given us a warm welcome and we are Cgoing to stay just as long as you will let us and come back again on your first invitation. You can't reform tho saloons, nor run them on the principles taught In the Bible and our Sunday schools. This was tried in New York and utterly 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, tho strongest I have ever heard. I wish they would publish millions of copies of Rev. Bcauchamp'8 paper for free distribution. Dr. W. C. Taylor, who is president of the Virginia League, and pastor of one of the leading Baptist churches of old Virginia, gave us a. very entertaining nddress. In short the opening day was a great T. W. BAnKEK. success. Anti-Saloo- n Tailor-Mad- e vSuit. We have the latest styles and patterns. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. No fit; no sale. . Cummins & Wearen, a ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ' J The Secret of Long Life. A French scientist has discovered Real Estate Exchange l- ono secret of long life. Ills method deuls with the blood. Uut long ngo millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs llfol and .1 school-house- two-stor- y . l"i S- GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. 11 Iel "" Hock-castl- Ordering Clothes "" (lenlto-l'rlnnr- I h. V. J Safeguard the Future Tako-Foley'- s JACK SALE w ni o. i. u. llrst-clas- H8-25- c. m 10-- TH James I. Whits. T "t fl1 The court of appeal affirmed tho , CHURCH MATTERS If You Want To Crow Corn, Alfalfa, hogs and cattle come to llutler Co. Jefferson circuit court In the case ofi He ml for list of mirrored farms. Addrrss, Louisville against Theresa Lambert. I P7 wUWj E. C WALTON J. K. WH.HT, Augusta, Kas. emurty Appellee, a washer woman, 62 year, of J "" age, was given $2,500 damages In the , -- """"" CHARLES A. HAR in lowercourtfor Injuries sustained by ug. irtll( ... of Moreor county. Is n candidate for aj,w.T-jk..U ,JSw.Hti aTrlnnrnll j,f. ,,u At " it " u.uiiiuuioi, At but l w" Lincoln Lodge No. en. V.A A.M. will meet . f Attorney "l this, th 18th Ju- lolling ItllUUKU U UOICVVIfU '" "' "; I suliject to the nctlon of the Tho court says that she will never bo In stated communication on each first and dicial district, of .third democratic party. '" """ ablo to follow her vocation again and ""'"'" rnln.stry." And 'o'clockMonday nightson each month, ntHtan) Main street, In their hull ford,Ky. Members of slslur lodges are frii- It Is a call their sons Into the tho damages arc not excessive. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., hey must show In their lives and In ternally Invited to l present. (1. I reiiuy, JiuIhw f thu. the good nit If n candidal ior clrito tlio notion of the thing that the city councilor Stan- Wt ,. r. v ivnningiou,rc. nth district, snlilcct ford ordered concrete pavements, or wo """ '"" vui" ""' Democratic pnrty. u Ulk their mtrrhr h tv.vln,T nnr wn.hnr women R " NOT1CEI VtllrvfnM la ft Inst M. C. SAUFLEY little high for washing our soiled linen. Services at the Methodist church Notice Is hereby ghen that all Lincoln In ncnnilldnto for circuit Judgo of this, the Issued March I, litth Judicial district, subject to the HCtlon Sunday: Text Sunday morning "Ho county lionds of series "II," wtthprlllegttof At tho meeting of tho Kentucky lsw. ritleeiiuible In 15 years of the IH'inocrntlc pnrty. League a petition was report Shall have Dominions From Sea to Sea paying In loyears from said date, will he. mld on the 1st day of March, luv, on presed requesting Gov. Willson to call an nnd From the Rivers to tho Ends of entation to the Lincoln County National llnnkand that Inlervsl on same will stop extra session of the Legislature to pass tho Earth." Junior Lcacuo and Jubi- - nfter sulci date. Total amount tlS,.V. ThlsJan.il Uv. a uniform county unit bill. The peti leo meeting nt 3 r. H., for all tho chll James McKechnle.U. II. Cooper and V. H. Senior Leaguo at lurrli,Uoniiiilltcc, tion says that Gov. Willson personally dren of the town For Mate Hcnntor, and tho republicans are pledged to this G:30, preaching at 7:15 subject "Echoes off R. L. HUBBLE, policy nnd he is asked to make good, from League held at Louis NEW IUCKSMITH AND RE- of Lincoln county. gov- - vlllc. It Is dollars to doughnuts that tho PAIR SHOP. For ILprrsonlatlvn. "" ernor does not convene tho Legislature ed W. H. SHANKS jsoft, MATRIMONIAL. into extraordinary session to consider 1 hatropemd n blacksmith and Keueral repair shop at my boiin , the old lollnato For County JmlRf, any county unit bill. Republicans only Graver Botkins, aged 22, and Miss proerty on the rttanfonl bike, near litis JAMES P. BAILEY make promises, but do not keep them. tontllle, and nk n shnro of the publlo Maria Bailey, 17, of the East End, were I'.WI. JKSHK, lluslout llle, ky Alt rney, For PLATE3 at tho Taft banquet at New married yesterday. W. S. BURCH Miss Nan Denton James, the attractOrleans cost $23. And yet this is man For Circuit Clerk, who is hoping to break tho Solid South, ive daughter of Mrs. Annie James, foroff J, D. STCOPE says the bowling urcen messenger. merly of this place, wus quietly mar-tie- d Now Livorv ForHlicrirr, at the Lexington Baptist church uno way to break It? How high-to- p Isn't that Depot Stroot, L. MeCARTY long can its citizens stand paying that Sunday afternoon to Mr. Humbcrthumb, Phono 90, who holds tho responsible position of , much for one meal. For County Court Clerk, for Stoll & Co., of chief GEORGE B. COOPER 10-in- ch high-to- p Some one has sued James B. Haggin, Lexington. The brido is n nieco of T. of STANFORD. KENTUCKY. For Jntler, tho millionaire of New York and Fay- Mr. W. H. Wearcn, of this place, and DINK FARMER ette county, for $230,000. He evident- is a lovely joung woman. For Assessor, ly wants to make the old man divide up Last Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock high-to- p all JOHN C PEPPLES before he relinquishes his hold on his Mr. Mac Wheat of Valley View and millions. For Superintendent of Bchooli, Miss Allio Price of Dallas wero united GARLAND SINGLETON in marriage by Rev. S. R. King at his We are In position to Ed Leigh, of tho Bowling Green residence East of this city. The mar- creting, such as lllock do all kinds of conFor Coroner. Work, 1'awments Messenger, kicks because Charley fact, wu thlmi riage was a quiet affair, and Immediate- and. Indown toncan make anyWu canfrom it GEORGE P. BRIGHT servo fence post. house of the Hopkinsville Kentucklan, ly after the service Mr. and Mrs. you promptly and it un ran tee llrst.class in For MnsUtrnte'Btnnford District, ('all indirectly calls him a night rider. But Wheat returned to Valley View and work and material, niati and net our prices before j uu buy your JAMES MeKECHNIE rlalut least. Of honest "Injun" Ed, ain't you a night are now at homo to their friends at the For Constable Htnnford District, rider? elegant residence just erected by Mr. I. M. BRUCE W.hcat Stnnford, Ky. It is stated that it will take Prcsi- - Joins withn a t',VN"th. si,de in Th For Magistrate Orab Orchard District, wishing host of dent Taft half an hour to read his in- J. WARD MCORE augural address. Ton lone Hill. Hoil iur """ c" ul u.iuuuycu uuuuiima, For Magistrate Hustonville District, Valley View, it down, and then uso the blue pencil. Wheat will ba Tex., Sun. Mr. Mac J.K.HELM.SR Mahony & Rankin, remembered by his U the soul of wit, old man. Brevity many Lincoln county friends, who wish For Constable Hutonville District, t L. E. TRUE Senator Knox shows that he is a him all that married life can bring to Very patriotic citizen by his willingness one, For Magistrate Wajnesburg District, to serve asJSecretary of State for JOHN M. CAMDEM Revolts At Cold Steel.' a year, while the other Cabinet ofConstable Waynesburg District, For "Your only hope," said three docficers get $12,000. G. BAUGH JOHN tors to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, "Detroit, Life, The discipline at the military acad- Mich. 8UiTcrlngfromsoererectaltrou- striking of more than a million emy at Annapolis has relaxed to per ble, lies in an operation," "then I The cent pieces at the San Francisco Mint mitting a middie's best girl to.wear his useii Dr. King's New Llfo Pills," she in 1903 made a new record in the his- sweater. Quite a victory for women's writes, "till wholly cured." They Spetory of the United States Mint and its rights. prevent Appendicitis, euro Constipation, Headache. 23c. at Penny's Drug branches, for never before since the POLITICAL. coinage of pieces of this denomination Store. Klght of the leading companies of the was begun, in 1793, had such coins The Senate passed the naval ap world representid. Uoiuprtaln rates with all thecumpanles of tho world. Ui.s.pa-Inbeen struck anywhere except nt the propriation bill. Eczema is Curable record un.nrpim.il. Neter had n lawparent establishment at Philadelphia. ZEMO, a scientific preparation fot suit III the history of this agenry. Uim'i SB Lee B. Mcliargue has been appoint- says the New ed postmaster at London to succeed tho external use. Stops itching instantlj promptly paid and without discount. No As a matter of fact, wnltlugdaysfor)oiir money. Ilefure inand destroy the germs that cause sklr suring, call on Yprk Sun, no need for the making of late J. T. Williams. diseases. Eczema quickly yields and it coins of this denomination in the West Tho House of Representatives passed permanently cured by this remarkable presented itself until within recent the bill providing for separate statehood medicine. All Druggists. Write for sam- MAHONY RANKIN. ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. years, as the demand for cent pieces for Arizona and New Mexico. The JiiMirnuco Men of Stnufonl, Penny's Drug Store. was confined almost exclusively to the There was no material chango in tho Atlantic and Middle Western States. United States senatorial deadlocks in 3 Mill, Elevator, Residence and In the West and Southwest this minor Illinois and Wisconsin in balloting. purchasing value, was coin has had no Senator Frank Rives and County AtLand For Sale! not recognized and was soldom seen in torney John C. Duffy withdrew as canof CO circulation. Indeed, even at the pres- didate for Circuit Judge in the Third fain In tba head rain anywhem. has Its csrua. This mill property, known as thu rain liconrcitlon. win U blood pmsanr-notbt- nf ent time there are many Western judicial district. l)r. fchonp. and to Holler Mills. Is it thoroughly else usually. At least, so a in which cent pieces are not acof GO Ixirn'U SroTo It he has created a littl. pink tablet. That Legislation which seeks to regulate equipped plant with n tlnlly, lueiil and (Irahaiu Dr. snoop's cepted. We can remember when fivj the interstate shipment of intoxicating of HourThe plantbesidesdally ojieratlon. pro. coaies called prrssuni away Headache Tablet la In Hour. blond from patn centers. I?J ii reputation not Its effect Is charmlnr . plcaslnly delUiitfuU (iently of cents was the smallest; chango that was liquors has been incorporated by the ducliiK branili that ha excelled by liny. The, Klexator Hiisbullt 111 tbouzh safely. It surely equallie tba blood drcu. necessary in any transaction as noth- House in the penal code bill. 1WC. has n cumicl y of nym bushels mid Is la tion. It tou have a headache. It's blood pressure. 'iulpxd with iIib latest lmprotrd machining sold for less than a nlckle. Secretary Straus has announced the ery: lm business Mnt establish d InlHtfiind If It's painful periods with women, same causa. Generally. It you aro sleepless, rest!?, nerr-ti- s. It's tlood iintl It In kooU faor with n lurve, steady of blooil preuure. ContesUon That surely Is a Bryan recently oaid in a speech be- appointment of , Julian L. Brode, re and profitable trade.new story, 10 room certainty, for Dr. Shoop s Headache Tableu stop The real'lfncu Is it Memphis, Tenn to go abroad and the Ubku fore his homa poaplo at Lincoln, Neb.: port upon the foreign markets of tho frame with nil necessary outhouses. Iiaru It la S3 minutes, and pressure. simply dliulbma the unnatural blood liuKRysliid,coriicrlb, etc., all In good "A democrat who always follows tho cotton seed industry. and n lot lHOfrvt front by 673 f t diep. four flng'.r, and doesn't It ret well, and pain youT Of course It dn. It's coo- In w n beautifully shaded by laru maples. nominees nominated by the constituted You'll So far as Congress is concerned the i: feet of colonial (Kirch around front and leiUon. blood pressure. Common idltwrbcrapatn Hense. authorities of his party will not only "! oiuouMi. uuBui iim inimcomioriaiim It always. It t simply bar to the acceptance by i nml destrabln homes in Marlon County. At- - Wt leu at 2J cents, nd cbeerf uUy rwxmaaad rtS Stanford, Kentucky, keep his record clean as a democrat, constitutional Yvt aiMiut ii Senator Knox of the State portfolio in taciieu to tnis isa plot of land, thanacres of thu iry flnott bottom which but will continue to merit the plaudit was removed when tbern Is none better In tba Htnte. tho Taft Cabinet '11m property lies toxetlier from his party, 'well done, thou good the House passed tho bill reducing the edcunfwhole town of Ilradfordsllle. In the Ky.,n the and faithful servant, go hence and fight Kood churches and salary of Secretary of State, Tho hill nH""l"ul vlllOK" with thu HoIIIok Htwk, in school. In the valley of the common enemy, who never fails to at first was defeated through tho fail-- 1 miles from lbanon,Ky..thsealof Morion make it hut for democracy when the ure of v uuiiij , m un v tiiu uriiii'.i mill IB imilietl, of the memuers I ttndwfierd this mill him a uoim! trnile. This PENNY'S DRUG STORE. opportunity alTords. Make the nomivote for it. but It was brought up again 'hUiiMW himself, a secondary consideration, nee under a special rule and passed by a nes. The wholo property win ij sold tothe but keep in mind thu cause he repre- majority vote . " ,'"' I Mlw,t hlM,)r VVKDNKHPAY, MAIlUIl I0TII. ItW, sents. Remember the advico of JefSenator McCreary was tho only Sen- - nt Kxecutors wile. Teimsniadu known on ferson as to party loyalty, and of .his ator who spoke on the two battleship l," "' ""1"- - Kor '"'tlier Information, call teachings that the greatest good to the Organixtif, SS2. Capital Stock. S50.000. proposition in thu Naval Appropriation T.ll.A II. K.TciilifSF Kxecutors. greatest number can bo derived from bill in Jlrnufordsvlllv, Ky. Surplus and Ifndivi'dtti iPofili, SJ9, OOO, the Senate. The Senator said tho democratic party. Adhere strictly he had hoped some member of tho com- to these principles and in the end our JVas paid in 'Dividends sinco Organixation, 500, mitteo would explain tho proposition, efforts will bo crowned with success " and in tho absence of c such explanation We.wlio'H names appear below, strictly SnvHo 9ew jfecouns on Our ' A reader wants to know which of ho entered into a defense of the propo- - forbid liuntliiK,flstilUK or any kind of trvs- IBIWreillSll. tfnn nJ..llnn ,. .,., ,xK havo abolished capital pun- duwii uuiuvuii. ii uuij lu.tiu luuuKK oiaiurs to mw iuii unuiuui tun inw, tho States Mrs. Walter Wnrrvn, Mrs. Matllu Wliltu, ishment. Maine, Michigan, Wisconsin, to insure the United States against be 1 W. Carter. lieu I'. Martin. OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. Khodu Island, Kansas, Colorado and ing wantonly attacked by another powM. V. t.awrucu, Tlnslev Hpoonamore V K'tJ. J.H. Iloolior, j. at. reuus, J. II. Baughrain, . S. Mocker, President;,. abolished it, but tho two latter er. Iowav JOMiph llallou, T. A. Klco, M. D. Hlmore, W. W. lUsty. J. M. I'etmt. J. I,. Holticlaw. after a trial restored it. In Franco the The board of prison commissioners S. T. Harrii, It. Ii. Pnlllnnl, Mrs. J. K. rullliim. -II. C. Haughman, J. K. Cummins, use of tho guilotino was discontinued called on Gov, Willson In abody and pre I. Muster A I'uxtoii, Mrs. It. I,. Wlliliims, Weekly Courier John , McIiobetU, Cashier. N.UusU, J. Net lu Carter S. T. Harris, no. C. Koblnson, to sign death sented a communication in which they James lOtlu. bv tho President's refusal Mrs. Jas Unities. M.ll. II. C. Baui;liman, Asst. Cash'r V. II OUannon Dr. J.ll.l'ariienter, J. S. Hocker, warrants, but criminals becamo so bold roiuest him to havo State Inspector and J. H.fJltlllVlllSCll, J.d.llrllllu. C. II. Tale, W.W.Sauoderi.Hookleeper. and dangerous that it had to bo again Examiner Thatcher mako an cxamina- -' Thomas Merrill. AND...;.. A It. Thompson, Hat Id llurton. J M.Ware. tion into the affairs of the two peniten- -' M.O. Richardson. brought into requisition and already a MIsaMattlo Jlvwcs Itulchenlmcb llros. A. T. Tray lor, Krfd Itauiiiuiiu, number have had their heads cut nlf. tiarics at tho earliest possiblo moment. N. II. I'lummer, Milium (looch. The execution of a criminal seems to bo Gov. Willson told tho commissioners It.t). Nuiiiielley, Will llwitur. llaUKliiimu, J. W. I'eck, a cruel operation, but there is a class ho would comply with the request at J, W, llruiw, Hut Id Htc tuns, J.K. Win.Cordler. that that punishment alono will deter once. The board says that tho reason JohnOameulSuti. M, 1). i;iinur, lain Trat lor, for asking immediate uction is that (iotllhullok. from crime. Krwl llumlorf, : M. there are sorno movtd by "feeling of J..I.TIioiiiusoii. Mr. unilIi.Mrs. Anderson. UOTII ONE YEAH FOR Jas. 11. Kiuis Mil. Uoosevklt is shaved by u clerk retaliation, seeking for selfish purposes ' J. r. .Mdor, A. Kllxisu Morton .'in..j, Uixuii, 10 2c. Mrs. (leo. carried on tho government payrolls to impress the public mind that the J.J.KIIIott W It. HiiUKlierty, Kriiuk Cordlur, a year. If he shaves once u day it penitentiaries aro improperly manag-- 1 Iter, father Uo, Hr. (I. il. Terry, H, II, llsuuhman. II. VV. (billies, is at a cost of $1.(J0 a shave. Tho av- ed." A. ltool, Uriah Albrlulit. j Mrs. MarKarut (ioouli, Jucoli (lander erage citizen thinks ho is paying too W. Il.Traylor Don't drug thu Somtu:h, or stlmu- -' (ho.(l.(Utuns, much when he has to give up 1G cents, 10 Ham Ilolierts, 10 2c. John Jufor, l'ew ieuilu In tbe United States have not M.J. llofiililllli, and Roosevelt will, too, in u few days, lute tho Heart or Kidneys. Thttt Is Auiviid rlchaefer, H,T. llvailey A. It. Matfceny l. beard of tlio Democratic wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that uro UH.dariirr, Mrs. J II. Owsley, thanks to the flight of time. Jl. Ii. KiiKaluy, In all things, fair In all things, clean In alt M.J.Muruuu, crying out (or help. Vltullzo thcae H.T, Harris. 12c, lO H.O. Watkins, things, It la essentially a family paper, Ily It. If.Orow, Thu extra session of Congress will weak inside controlling nerves with J. (I. Hundley. Mrs. Nannie II. Good, ('. K. McUluru, a special arrangement we are enabled to of. be convened on March 16. This date Dr. Snoop's Hestoratlvo, and see how , AudursoiiOarr, Anton ltoueakvr. L one W. M. Dlshon, f'red VouUruunlgun fer tbe WEEKLY settled and President quickly good health will coujo to you T. It. HaUKuman, was ikfifllts-lMrs. Kata Adur year anil this paper for tbe price named Mrs. Itelwcca It. Uarpuntor NloOluts. KiMt Taft ftuttorised, the announce- - again. Test it and sec ! Sold by Penabore. Send your tubectlpUoo for tbe comW.'Kciiats. J.K. MoserV I H. B. ny's Drugstore. JohuH. Luu, bination to ut not tc tbe Courier-Jouro- a The Interior Journal. 'VT " ".".v.i MASONS' MEET. 1 DRY FEET! "" . '"-"- KI. For Less Moneyi oon Democratic Ticket. Anti-Saloo- n "Hocker Bootees," you all know them, leather lined from top to toe, one dollar the pair,now $4.00. "Honest Mike" Boots, the tanned leather, always old-fashion- B. D. CARTER. book-keep- CONCRETING Mca-cha- ,n PHILLIPS BROS., the pair, now $.3.25. "The Standard," ever made, one dollar less the best than regular price, now $4.00. "Storm King," one J. Woods' best shoes, double lined, now $3.25, been $4.00 the season. "Honest Mike" kip shoes, reduced from $4.0O to $3.0O. Boys high top tan, a good one, worth $3.50 every day the year, but now $2.50 to close. course these are Cash Prices. Don't ask us to charge them. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. $3,-00- INSURANCE, Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a cialty. Fire, H. J. McROBBRTS, E2S33Q3SS33SQ3ee33( g M vu 8 New Ledgers, Journals And rw m Cash Books 8j I ' PAIN M Ilrud-fordll- Qj In Great Variety Styles and Prices. 58 In Fact Very Complete gS' l ' g M t$ Line Stationery , j to r--d, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, JS I J Dr. Shoop's two-thir- Headache Tablets HENRY 0BBSBBBBPBBBSEEaE iroMiWWi i' J'irst vational ffiancj' Stanford, Jty. J POSTED. WATTERSON'S PAPER S2, !. llSJSlRIKfSll 9ritt r Journal t. ' r The Interior Journal Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs O 1 ONLY $I.50e Courier-JournaOOUHIEB-OUUNA- HenslO to Rgosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 tolOc. to Ducks Geese 6 to 7c. . Scrap Iron. Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. NORTHCOTT, Stanford, Ky.: Turkeys to m pi ii.i "in.ii w & ) mH&W' rlW ",,ir,HW,"'1ir'-- - T mmtm'mmm - .. - vpl.ni, ,.. 319 y 4 .f - IO Cor-c- t Cents J) 5 Cents This would icll in a For good line of patterns of Linen Laces. We ofler any In thit lot for Patterns in this lot worth t 7 1 r'F IT.J ft, F'co For nn Exlrn Hrcclnl Vnluo in is 2fic. AIong n this lot Cover KmliroMcry. TI10 regular For cxtrn good quality Hamburg Edge, regular wny for Ific to 2Cc. as they last. incites wide. 1 lnt nt only lflc per ynnl. Thin ppccinl prico is for tliis lot ns long and IGc fc per yard. , U X SEVERANCE & SON, cleaned. Cook & m STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Htiiiihlo W. O. .Martin t a The Interior Journal. HTAuronn, Ky., ItFX rnnl Is Runrantccd. Dcnham Hros. Try it. Clothes French Farmer. IP you want good meat call on Wil kinson & Lutes. Phono 47. - Fiji. Wanted, a good furm hand to milk. 10, 190ft Address Uox 11K5, Stanford, Ky. - - s n farm hand. Dr. planter in operation on first floor. local view post Must como well recommended. New wiiortment nf Hugh Held, Stanford. Druj: Store. cards nt Penny's Wantpd. to rent a dwelling of four Somk very special bargains In Itax Get tho genuine Oliver plow points or five rooms in or near Stanford. J. limited. Ask Paper, but tho supply is 2L from Lipps & Pcavyhouse, Hustonville, M. Carter, Sr Moreland. to sco them. Penny's Drug htore. Ky. Tu'n Mn. : ftlivpr tvnQwritcrs. built PERSONALS. Have you tried that good Hex coal over and with a year's guarantee, for went to Lexington yes- yet? You can And It at Dcnham's salo. Price $15 each. M. A. Johnson, J. V. Acev Wanted, first-clas- Perry Hallard, of tho Eat End, For Sale. -- A lot of roller skates. Apply at this office. bought tho farm of 50 acres from 'the M. Hill for Ijmv nt IV. II. HiirclnsSimnlex'corn heirs of the late Rev. F. $3,450. The oldest Inhabitant can't remember when we ever had such ideal February weather. The sun never shone brighter than on Wednesday and yesterday nnd they wero nlmost as warm as May days. m ' Spring Oxfords. It's a little early but we lmvc a lienutiful liuo in all styles, coloniul, combination, colors and prices sutli ns Ac. These aro in the latc--t colors witie, hlood.gulden, brown. Sec. They have already begun to fccll. Come in nnd mako your selection liefore the stock w picked over. Wc will endeavor at nil times to linvc our goods in the liouec as soon, if not sooner, than any one cle nnd wc intend to give you the liest that the market can afford nt the lowest possible prices. Make our store your licadiiuartrri while in town and wo will convince you Unit we have the quality nnd our prices nre right. terday. W Mita. W. S. Ubniiau Is in Danville For Sale. A with relatives. Louis-vlll- o able cnginu and boiler. Mits. Mattib KifWY went to yard. Stanford. - Lincoln Calendar The Lincoln County National Hank, since tho Injec-o- f J. It. power portPowell, ycilcrday. Mm. Patsy IlnowN Mnnr Atlmnv. I ml. Stanford. is vlsitinR in For 178, Mibs MlumKD Cosuv, of Danville, it L. Mecks. with Miss Ilesile Hill. Louis-vlll- o See the quality and get our bottom Mn. Geo. L. Pknny was in prices on tho Tennessee Cast Kongo. business this week. on II. C. WnAY was in London Wednes- Geotyo D. Hopper. all kinds of fresh meats phone and Imvc it sent to your house. J .. day on telcphono business. THE Sparill.i corset nevir breaks on Hon. W. II. Shanks was in Lcxlnc-to- n the hip. It never rusts. Sold by Miss Wednesday on business. Saunders. Kiln May Saunders. Mns. J. II. Baughman spent t few relatives. days with Louisville The stockholders of the Crab On-Mr. Lilrurn Gooch qualified yester Messrs. Thomas Pakmek and E. H day as administrator of his son, Elijah ard Fair and Racing Association are in requested to meet at tho court-rooDcnharn spent several days in Lexing- R Gooch, in the county court. Crab Orchard Feb. 22 at 1 p. M. Busiton. We make n specialty of pleasing par- ness of Importanco is to bo transacted. Hon Jackson visited his parStanford Sunday. London Sen- ticular people. Try our Hex coal. We J. W. Guest, Pres , R. II. Bronaugh, ents in guarantee it. Dcnham Hros. Sec'y. tinel. Mr. T. P. Pickett, of Mnysville, is For Sale or Kent Tho Wnrner The judgment of young Dalton tho guest of his sister, Mrs. W. A. store-houson East Main Street. Apagainst the L. & N. for injuries receivTribblo. ply nt onco to W. K. Warner. ed at Rowland soma time ago, and Rev. I). M. WAI.KEK attended the in Convention League the hitot Held seeds at the most which was affirmed by the court of apFor reasonable prices como nnd sco us, but peals, was paid Wednesday. It amountLouisville. kx.Sknatok T. K. Welch, of Nlch- our terms on seeds are spot ensh. Geo. ed to about $GI0 with costs and penalty thereon. . olasvllle, was hero Tuesday uttending D. Hopper. young blood, is keeping tho InstituTHE dance at Walton's Opcrn House Tuesday night was enjoyed immensely tion beforo the world in a well directed by those present. Cook's orchestra U3o of printers' ink. Tho Lincoln Cal endar is most appropriate and the State furnished the music Journal thanks Cashier W. M. Bright The creditors of Col. T. P. Hill are for one. notified that their claims must bo filed Mr. Fiscal Court. We have no ax with us as required by law at once. P M. McUoberts and J. H. Paxton, to grind and only tho good of tho people nnd at heart.but wo trust Exors. that In your selection as superintendent To the Ladies! It is time to have of the new court-hous- e that you will your order taken for a Spring corset. tho services of a competent nnd in and be fitted. Miss Ella May Call responsible poman for tax-paye- that HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., sition. That is to be a building to stand for generations to come, as well as one that can be pointed to with pride when strangers visit our city and our people can talk about it when they go We trust that the court elsewhere. will heed our advice, for it is given only in the best of grace. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Ijttlk o FOR SALE! power lioller and engine nml snw mill for nle. Will Bell either or both. Ky. Oiuh. K.MiHLiN.OU.-nlulni- , I'ottotllce, WiiynetburK, Ky. Anti-Saloo- n FIELD SEEDS, The very best the market affords, at Prices that are right for I "if W - circuit court. Listen If you want to save money Mis Kamantiu Wake, of McKin yesterday to on building this year, give me your conney, went up to Itichmond tract work. Will Stone, contractor nnd Isit friends. builder. Phone St. VanDeveeu is In Miss Frances of selecting n lot See my handsomo line of Spring buggies, harness, etc. Call while you Spring millinery. Miss Annie Hronaugii, of Crab Or- hove a largo assortment to select from. chard, is spending n few days with E. T. Pence. Stanford, Ky. friends at London. All persons having claims against SilERUVT. J. HlLl. was in Frankfort yesterday on business with the Auditor tho estate of James Melvin, deceased, are requested to file samo properly veriof Public Accounts. who has been fied, with the administrator before Feb. Mrs. James Mkrsiion, n 20. 1001). T. J. Hill, Sr., admr. with relatives hero, returned to Tuesday. Junction For Sale. Farm of D2ncres, situat Daniel Spitzek and wife, of the ed in Preachersville, known ns tho Kriacr section, left Wednesday for St. Holtzclaw place. Date given later, Joe, Michigan, to reside. Anvone wishing Information concerning and little Mr. W. K. SitUOAits, wife same, will npply to J. F. Holtzclaw, son. of Winchester, are with Mr. K. L. Preachersville, Ky. Tanner and family at McKinney. The home of tho Into John F. Cash Miss Marjorik Otter returned from yesterday, nftcr soveral on Danville Avenue is for salo privateLouisville ly. The residence is large, commodious months' stay there with rulatives. Mr. W. II. Mueller left Wednesday and in good repair. There are 29 acres for Do Pere, Wis., to visit an aged sis- in tho lot. For further particulars call on 11. C. Haughman at the First Nater whom ho has not seen for years. Mrs. LAura Moorc, who has been tional Dank, or James N. Cash, for some tlmo in Chicago with relatives, has returned to her homo at Crab Urn Land Sale. Thomas Metcalfe, Oichard. of Iloyle, sold his farm of 000 acre3 to May Saunuers leaca Miss Ella A. J. Thompson, of tho Preachersville for loulsvll!o to select her section, this county. Tho prico paid Spring millinery nnd to catch onto the was $100 per ncro. Mr. Metcalfe purlatest trimming. chased this farm about three years ago Mn. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, of from A. E. Hundley at $80 nn ncre. Tues-daLancaster, passed through hero Possession will be given on or before en routo to Mississippi nnd other ti m Leb-unoy bg-fo- 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. C, and will bo found fighting for every nominee in November, lie desires to thank thoso democrats who supported him and has no ill will toward those who saw fit to oppose him. Mr. Owens says no democrat should bo quibbling nbout irregularities, if there were any, but that every democrat should do his duty by his successful opponent. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I III ilrilrv to nell privately my utock of llnnlwiirr. Itolnii n jjotxl Will Imolcu bo ut !,'.. Reason 11 liuil-net- a. UKO. I). llOPPKILHtnnforii, Ky. Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid lor external use. Zemo gives instant )f The fiscal court met Tuesday and afo r various towns and Inspect tho work of Fritz Kruegor & Son, contractors, decided to close tho contract for the new court house as the work of tho above firm at other places had been satisfactory in every particular. Kruegr & Son's first bid was $35,045, but Instead of rough work in tho fourth story the rooms arc to bo finished, a partition placed between tho offices of tho county judge and county attorney for a consultation room, nnd tho 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 court-hous- e $35,050. Tho building is to bo completed by Dec. 1st and work is to begin March 1st. The superintendent for tho building has not yet been selected by tho court. Wo trust that tho court will give this matter careful and select tho best man April 1st. Lincoln county peoplo give consideration Southern points. for tho responsiblo placo this cxcollent family up with much reMr. O. W. Gloster, a civil engineer gret, nnd wo hopoit won't bo long Contest Filed. -- M. S. Baughman & N., now headquartered at for tho L. they como back to live with us filed notice of contest Wednesday on Manchester, wus hero this week with again. W. L. McCarty, the successful candihlaunt, Mrs. M C. Saulley. date for slieriir nt the recent primary. Hardin, ono of tho Secretary Gcorgo L. Penny, of the Hon. Cuas. A. Attornoys in Stanford Water, Light & Ico Company Mr. Haughman alleges irregularities In best Commonwealth's looking after tho In- various precincts of the , county. His Kentucky, as well as ono of tho most was bore y represent- terests of his company in tho matter chief complaint is that known republipleasant gentlemen, is here in the primary. lions. ing tho Stato during circuit court. of indictments which have been brought cans participated O'Uannon, who Is at- against it in tho Franklin circuit court P. M. McRoberts and Robert Harding Miss Koiieiita represent Mr. Baughman, the latter be. tending Miami University at Oxford, for alleged failure to make reports to ing employed to take tho placo of At Mr. Penny is tho leading O., has been chosen from tho gradu- tho Auditor. Georgo H. Saulley, who declined to represent "Kentucky" druggist of Stanford and Democratic torney ating class tho case. Mr. McCarty, through his A chairman for Ho Lincoln county. at a social function at that placo, attorneys, will file his answer in tho compliment worthily bestowed and will says that Hon. W. II. Shanks is sure to by tho brilliant bo returned to tho Legislature by a timo allotted by law. Wo sincerely rebo gracefully worn gret that tho contest has been brought, good majority, Frankfort Nowa. young lady. and wo arc sure the democratic county reception given by Mrs. J, S. The Circuit Court. In the circuit court committee will adhere strictly to tho homo on West Wells yesterday at her Thomas Ituy, for unlawful law in disposing of tho case, and a Lexington Avo. in honor of her guest, Tuesday, aale of whisky, was fined $75 and given uquaro deal will bo given each of tho Miss Manicr, of Nashville, was a most 10 days in jail. A jury was secured in gentlemen, thereby leaving no doubt as elaborato and enjoyable event. Many case, for shooting to who is tho regular nominee of tho guests woro present and all pronounced tho Chris Hutchison Gilkerson, at Crab Orchard. party. Tho following gentlemen commost enjoyable of affairs. Tho at J. II. it tho Tho jury hung, being unable to agree pose tho county committee, beforo homo was beautifully decorated, tho and was discharged. In tho case of which thq contest will be tried and its color scheme, being pink. Tho refreshThomas Harris, colored for shooting decision is final: S. J. Kmbry, Jr., ments consisted of iced and cakes, waFlavious Greer last Juno at tho circus, T. A. Rice, J. II. Bailey, J. W. Holtzfers and hot chocolate, Advocate. tho jury returned a verdict of guilty claw, J. M. Cress, Levi Boll, W. S. I and his punishment fixed at two years DrycWm. North, Walter Martin, A. LOCALS. in tho penitentiary. The cose of John G. Caldwell, C. M. Thompson and J. s. Haugb, for maiming D. C. Allen, was H. Carter. Mr. George L. Penny is Sec my line of wagon and buggy being tried when we went to press. chairman of the committee. J. C. McClary. bar-nei- ter hearing tho report of the commit-tethat was appointed by it to go to rYr and nermanentlv cures any form Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. SPOT GUtSHi FARM FOR SALE Him I Tlmfnrniof lliliicn'n, of iiooil liluo ini liuul, lylne 0110 mile Nnrtli of McKliiney.oii nnd Mtiintiinl pike. IliliiiieilH'i)l leucine komI; plenty of uuter ami fruli. Aim l acres of tlmUrHl lnml one mile Knt of Me Kinney :llalf imiler fence; plenty of water nml K001I totmcco limit. Seit;ro. . HRl-rop- W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. J. A.dlVKNH.Axent. McKlnn-y.K- y. SEEDS. We M lieit tiuiillty fleM nml garden teed direct to farmer at Iowtt wliolealt Watch This Space Next sue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods, Is- prices. Wo ell clowrn. ornwn, writ onU. need corn, ciiiih e u, millet, cow en,KiJa peunuU. freed potutoe, cublmo plant. tomato llp, onion aetn, garden nil kinds gnrden. Held taiiim. garden nnd flower keil, land platter and fertilizer. Willx 111 for prlie. and eumplca. Htate Mlmt J 011 want, NASUVII.LHHKKIirO.'. IS Heiond Ae.. North, Nilnllle, Tenn. pe. PUBLIC SALE! WO Hill OH Charles Wheeler Emporium, ll WlU'NKHlUY, MAHOII a, lUO, ut Hie lionie of .Mm. Louisa J. llolticlaw.de-ceased.ll'renolierIIU, Ky,. tell to the liluhe.t and best bidder I ho following prop- ert . ji acre irnci. iiiHiiufttr of land ltli lmproniiiiiU;ono wood uell at Ulliln'il door. Hald land contain alout lucre of orchard, kikhI variety of fruit. Tract No. i of Umrej.iidJolnliiK t lilt dower. On tlilt tract It a good pond and a prlnK r known at the" lllit HirliK."tlilcli was knoHii to Imdry. 'HiW land will l told In M'lMirate trncUnnd na n whole nml tho liett lliti.lt r Hill Ih Hi" pnrchnter. The land will la' told one third catli nnd remainder In oiieiind twoeur, with 0 er cent, Interett from dato of tnlo until paid, with lien letalneil on hind for pureUuto money. The ieroniil proierty contltU of the follow Inn i Vuuitrii Jcrteycow, with jouiik cult; J brood miiret, one In foal to HlUer Klnifa tlin other to Jack, ono family hortu; a coin. coiiiIiik ear old by Hllwr Kins, Uertoy mill, sSlmtheU of hill onion and lot of turnip; (rltb potntova; liug ; ket. tprlnK wiiKomtnd hnrnett, lot of meat awl lard; lot ot iKiultry; liouneliold and kitchen furniture, weuer, loom; large and mull nliinlm: wheel, warplmt Ixim, mhioI rncka, etc. Homo old ttyle furniture uml many other thliiKx not mentioned. TKUMH OK A1K-A- I1 tuun under 110 ruth lu hand, that amount and over 011.11 credit of tlueu montlit. with t) ver cent. Interett from date, negotiable and myuble In the l.lucolu County National Hunk, of Hltinlurd. Kulowlll eoiunieneu at 10 o'clock, a.m. for further Information, apply to K, It. llolticluw ou tuUI land, HUSTONVILLE, KY. 3 li tl 11 k JtViiti.irL&-Ljc- i. .wiu. .&. rfl. id lit. t ne-o- GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale '- i VIA 1 1 QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickiti Writ for Good KetmraUfi Until Nay 3lit, 1W9 nlit n4 foljtr. H. C. KING. C.T.A., lot K. Mala St., Lulnltan. Ky. UOLT7.0IiAW A, M. Uoukne, Auctioneer, 1IKIKS. Afiliwfcaw. i ,r y. t I uHWllllrtWWWI kf w. wmmr- - -- w'' m FARMER'S DEPARTM1WT. Near Midway T. F. Dunlap sold 100 mules at an average of $192. at Stanford at Mnttredinthe Mrs. Catherine McCIary sold to Jos. mend-d- a matter. Mcsser a Rood milk cow for $45. For SAlk. Ono pair of coming mules. Sid Myers, Stanford, N. For Sale. -- Cultivated hemp seed, . No. II, Houth, Hits P. 1908 crop. J. B. Walker, Richmond, No. 3, noum,u:w A M, m. The Interior Journal. Pott-Offi- ld Notice To Contractors. Glearaoee Letting Monday, rich, i, Sale! L. TITCETHBLE ft f I't 1ST Notice is hereby given that I, us Supervisor of turnpiko roads for Lincoln No.s,J:wr. county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock a. m. Mondny, March 1, 10011, receivo JOS. S. RICE, Agent. $400. Broom corn is selling at $100 per ton scaled bids for stono nnd gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes The Truth ALL-WOO- L at Paris, 111. Tho high price is duo to in raid Lincoln county, Ky. CRAVENETTES. OVERCOATS Every person in this city who is suf- the short crop. All bids for furnishing, hauling, breaking and spreading stono and grnvcl Pimples, Dand-ruf- f fering from Eczema, J. B. Rout sold to T. B. Bright, of must bo sealed and filed with mo on or heforo 10 o'clock A. M. Monday, 15 C('"t now Boyle, one horse mule, coming five W 18 or any form of skin or scalp 811 18 March 1. 1001), nt Stanford, Ky., nnd no bids will lie received alter that $18 Coat now 12 co Cont now can find relief and be permanent- years old, for $1C5. 8 18 0 18 815 Coat now Thos. McClintock purchased of par time. Contracts will lie let to tho lowest nnd best bidders, and contractors ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi M 8 18 10 C(wt now 812 CO Cont now external use. AH durBgists sell ZEMC tics near Owingsville, 17 work mules will bo required to give bond witli surety, to bo approved by mc, for the I 08 0 08 7 co Coat now from $140 to $200. faithful performance of their contracts nnd for all penalties and damages for 810 Coat now at PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 3 18 8r Cont now For 1908 tho potato crop was 285,000, failure to so perform their contracts within tho time and under thfc condiwu busnois, much below the average tions hereinafter mentioned. 820 Suit now 83 18" 8 If) 18 81 00 High Top Shoes for a number of preceding years. Stanford it Danville pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Mrs. Mattio "White's 817 GO Suit now 82 08 12 18 83 50 High Top Shoes The seventh annual Kentucky Stato Surgeon Dentist, 0 08 50c heavy llecccd lined under- Fair will be held at Louisville, Ky.. gato 30 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Mrs. White's gate to Boylo 815 Suit now wear 812 50 Suits now 8 OS 30c county line 30 rods of stono or gravel. KENTUCKY. September 13th to 18th, inclusive. STANFORD, Men's Felt Boots. Men's nnd Worn- 810 Suit now 0 48 J. A. Wood, of this city, sold to 1 from Stanford it Lnncnstcr pike to Stanford it Rush Branch pike Sec I 08 en's Rubbers. 87 50 Suit now All reduced accord- Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in Pennsylvania parties 12 mules at a Rush Brunch 35 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Rush Branch to Hubblo 85 Suit now 3 48 ingly. price averaging $90. Advocate. the Owsley Building. Powell & Depp sold to T. B. Bright, 20 rods of stono or 30 rods grnvcl. Stanford it Knolt Lick Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustonville piko to Hang of Boyle, a pair of maro Inturtt Tekscet Md Jobicco mules, weight 2,450 pounds, for $450. me Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel, came, Sec. 2 from Ilangiug rork to I havo 13 coming mules Danville it Hustonville pike 20 rod gravel. KY. larns. for sale. Will sell all or by pair. Henry Stanford Miliedgcvillo piko Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustonville pike to Nothing But Insuranco. Catron, R. F. D. No. 1, Stanford. Speaking of horses, tho United McCormack's Church 10 rods gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from McCormnck's States has a few. Last year they num Church to Miliedgcvillo 10 rods of gravel. D. bered 20,040,000, valued at $1,974,052.- Stanford I'renchersvillo piko Sec. 1 from Stanford & Crab Orchard pike The Insurance Man, 000, an average of $93.C4 per head. to Wilkerson's Branch 20 rods of stone. Same. Sec. 2 from Wilkcrsou's STANFORD, KY. Henry F. Embry, of the live stock Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko 20 rods of stone. firm of Tatum, Embry & Co., Louisllesldence l'lione 3d; Otllce, 95. Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Haiighninn's gate ville, is at death's door. Mr. Embry is Insure with rnc and be fully 10 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Baughman's gato to Bywaters' gate 15 a relative of the Fosters, of this coun protected. ty. rods of stono or 20 roils of gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from Bywaters' gate to For Sale. A good combined mare, Stop ut W. II. 1HG GINS' and see the BKMIS Transplanter of stone or gravel. eight years old, kind and gentle and a Crab Orchard 25 rods Stanford it Ottenheim pike Sec. 1 from Stanford it 'Wayuesburg pike to for Tobacco, Tomato. Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, itc The good looker. Black in color and suitalarge young Jersey li n bnmUome, long and unbroken Dull, de-of ble for family use. Colonel Gooeh, J. G. Lynn's 20 rods of stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from J. G. Lynn's Una scended from transplanting can be done when the plants are ready. You do flie most noted bulls and cows on the Is- Kingsville, Ky. to Boone's shop 15 rods stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from Boone's shop to land of Jersey Kngland and America. Ills FOR SALE.-B- ay horse, 151 hands Ottenheim 10 rods of gravel. not wait for rain as each plant is watered at the roots as set and sire is one of the best bulls ever Imported and his dnm Is a show cow that lms given 05 high, coming four years old, in good pounds of rich mlllc In one day. If you beStanford it Dix River Sec. 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to tho roots arc covered by dry, firm dirt, which can not haku ami lieve "Like begets Like or the Likeness of condition, well broke, will work any some Ancestor" and have a strictly good Iladcu's Switch 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from linden's Switch to where. Price reasonable. E. G. cow, you should nvntl jourself of his which retains the moisture underneath. He will be allowed to serve n limited Kingsville. Trajlor's lane 30 rods of gnvel. Same, Sec. 3 trom Traylor's lane to Garnumber of approved, registered cons outIt will pay you to investigate before setting your'plnnts. side of our own herd this year, for a fee of For Sale. Team of rard lino 20 rods of gravel. S3 each. Make engagement before sending high, extra good horse mules, KKID AOTTKIt, cow to lie bred. Stanford it Lancaster pike Sec. 1 from Stun ford to Logan's lane 20 rods Telephone HO. Htanford. Kr. ones. d family horse nnd N. II. We have to offer thrf o extrn choice rods of gravel. Same, See. 2 from Logan's 'Iano to Garrard family mare. Charles of stone or 25 null calves that will be sold at right prices, line 15 rods of gravel. Lutes, Hustonville. W. C. Carpenter, of the West End, Stanford it Wiiyucsburg pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim piko 15 Ky., purchased of Hon. Harvey Hay a tract rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Ottenheim pike to May wood road at foot Yon can find our Htnndard Heinedr. the blood a nd ver freatestof Itheumatlsm,medicine yet know n. of land containing 135 acres, at $72 per of Knobs 25 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Mnywood road to Carter's Halt Hheum, Kid ney Trouble una nil aisenies arising ironi acre. It lies one mile from Perryville Store 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 4 from Carter's Store to Hutchison's Ininure blood It tins no eoual. It H manu on the Mitchellsburg pike. Advocate, factured under the pure food act of June St). 15 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 5 from Hutchison's School VM. and guaranteed by the manufacturer If For Sale. 1,000 barrels of good, School-houeine iieimiiy is taxen neconung to directions sound corn, 12 or 15 cars of timoth house to Butt's Store 15 rods of stone. S; inie, Sec. (i from Butt's Store to ami II lie or sue is not oeneiiieu uy me use of thu Itemed v we will refund vour monev. hay and a nice road horse, heavy Eia Kingsville pike 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 7 from Kingsville piko to We cnu do nothtng more. Kncli package contains sh noses witn n regittereu guaran- enough for carriage or rockaway, four George Gaines' 15 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 8 from Gaines' to G. W. tee and mailing card with full Inst Auctions. years old and gentle. I. S. Tcvis, Shel We send It to any address by mull un reClift's 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 0 from G. W. Clift's to Wayuesburg ceipt of SI per packnge or six packuffes for by City. Ky. 4L tX Iletter order n box If taken In 8 roils of gravel. sale in Bour At the Garrett-Jeffersotime you might ae u big doctor's bill. Ilememberlf you take the Itemedy accordStanford it Hustonville piko Sec. 1 from Stanford to Cash's Store 30 roils ing to Instructions mid nre not uenellted. bon county, horses brought from $40 tc you get your uounr back, lou will not $175, colts, $50 to $83, ponies, $75 to of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Cash's Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of ( Kentucky, Of nd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only by our duly authorized agents. $105, 10 yearling mules, $83 CO each, stone. to Jlustouvillo 10 roils of stone or Same, face. 3 from Hanging iL,Liij3irs Agent, KtuL'ur.t cows, $30 to $55, sows and pigs, $10 to rods gravel. $22, sheep, $G, shoats, $8.35, corn, $3.40 50 Hustouville it Cofleys Mill piko Sec. 1 from Hustonville to Win. Car to $3.50 per barrel, hay, $8.50 per ton. Buy Wo fodder, 12Jc per shock, chickens, 40 to son's 20 rods of stono or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Win. Carson's to Mt. 70 cents, turkey hens, $2 GO. Salem 30 rods of stono or gravel. Hides and The night rider sections of Kentucky Hustonville it Bradfordsville pike, wholo road, 15 rods of gravel. W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT Woo! are quiet and tobacco is selling freely Feathers, Tallow, Bsttwax, Cinicnf, Hustouville it Danville pike Sec. 1 from Hustonville to Black .pike 50 J. B. PAXTON, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER and at good prices. Two things have CoIdcaSI.lY(HmRoc4),Mar Apple, JW.ROCHESTER. TELLER. come of all that business: Kentucky rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Black pikcto Boyle county line 50 rods Wild Ginger, etc We ue dealer, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER nulGiM in 1856 "Ow hilim ctnfcryia and Tennessee are disgraced in the eyes gravel. LcuJ,r3e" and caa do belter (or you Una of the world and the tobacco trusts Hustonville it Carpenter's Creek pike 40 rods of stono or CO rods of .jrart or cuxnaoan mtrchina. Rrfrteact. have had their grip on the throat,i)f the J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford; sur Oul i a Louisville. Writs for weekly gravel. tobacco farmers broken. Tobacco sells puceliu sad iMpric 3 Un, John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Iiau- Hustonville it McKinney pike 10 rod of gravel. at from 1 to 200 per cent higher than K. Sabol&Sons. kin, Lancaster; J. li. Paxtou. Stanford: W. II. Trnvlor. McKinney it Colley's Mill piko Sec. 1 from South Fork pike to tollgato 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. before. Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. At Mt. Sterling court Monday, there 20 rods gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from tollgato to Fair place 10 roils of stone. II. Cummins, I'reaeliersville; Lilbuni were 5,000 cattle on tho market and be- Same, Sec. 3 from Fair placo to Mt. Salem 40 rods of stone. same, Gooch, Gilberts Creek. 4 tween 800 and 1,000 mules. Prices pre- from Mt. Salem to Ca?ey lino 15 rods of stone. vailed as follows: Best 1,000 pound If to on McKinney it Turnersville pike from McKinney to Joliu .Murphy's 30 steers sold at 4J to 5c; heifers from "J to 4c; the demand for good long year- rods of gravel. in sublings was heavy and a considerable McKinney it South Fork piko 30 rods of gravel. number sold by the head, bringing over Turucrsvillo it McKinney piko 50 rods of gravel. 5c. Old cows, rough oxen and bulls Turnersville it McCormnck's pike Sec. 1 from Turnersville to Sam Helm's sold steadily at prices of 1 to 3Jc, 8 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Sam Helm's to C. Bishop's 8 rods mules from $100 up to $225. A Madison county farmer has taken gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from C. Bishop's to Kuob Lick 10 rods of gravel. up the raising of d hogs. In Black piko 15 rods of gravel. appearance they; would be taken for Crab Orchard it Lancaster pik,o Sec. 1 from Crab Orchard to G, V. our Poland-Chin- a breed, but the hoof Evans placo 30 rods etoue. Same, Sec. 2 from Fvnns' pjaeo to Garrard is not split, like the common hog, but Undertakers and lErabalm is solid like the hoof of a mule. They lino 25 rods of stone. in Cinb Orchard it Chappell's Gap pike, whole road, 35 rods of tono or are raised at Redwig, Indiana, where er. Also Dealers in Fura breeder makes a specialty of this gravel. niture, Mattings.Rugs. They breed and it is claimed that they are will exebaugo Furniture for Dauvillo it Lancaster piko 20 rods of stone. proof against hog cholera. It is claimall Kind of Stock. Give Lincoln it lloyle pike 5 rods of gravel. ed that they can bo put in where other Them a Call. Prices Right. Kingsville it Pleat-anPoint piko Sec. 1 20 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 hogs have the cholera and they will not take it. This breed hogs orignated in from Casey county road to Kingsville 20 rods of gravel. 6STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. the Cumberland mountains of eastern Rowland Cut-Oipiko 10 roils of gravel. Kentucky and Tennessee. A rod of stouu or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet. THE TD Hand broken ptono and gravel must bo on margin of road or section by The cluvereut Imitation of real Co lice Sept. 15, 1000. All gravel must bo spread before Oct. 15, 1009. All over yet mado la Dr. Sboop'a Health Co lice. It Is tlno In flavor and is metal is to be measured by tho supervisor, who may designate when ami mado In just ono minute. No tedious uheni it is to bo spread. All crushed stone must bo spread not later than RssssssssssasssEassssaaaEaanMSsaiasaaasss 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from Jun. 1, 1010. pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. All stono furnished must be good, hound, hard limcstono or juarU and Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drue broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter. Tho gravel must LONfi DISTANCE TELEPHONE Store. to clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney it Colley's Mill pike FOR RATES APPLY Tl LMAL MANASER Tho Mother My son, whatever are and Turnersville it McKinney piko must bo from Green River. you trying to do to your bank? Tho court or its representative may reject any material not of proper sizo EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mo uoy I'm just Uustln' It open to tNCORPOIUTCD nuiuers must say whether stono will bo broken by hand or see how much pa left after he made a or quality, run on it this mornlofr. New York crushed. Herald. The supervisor reserves the right Jo reject any ami alljbids. Blank forms If fillon which bids iua) bo mado can bo obtained from tho County Clerk. Copies Foley 'sOrlno Laxative cures consti Undertakes. Kmbalmer-anPurbonds Pealer inlHarness, Saddlery, pation and liver troubleand makes the of Lincolnmay bo obtained ut tho County Clerk's oflice. will bowels healthy and regular. Orlno Is county owns u rock crusher and contractors be permitted to on superior to pills and tablets as It does iibo it at 81 per rod. STANFORD, - KY- not gripe or nauseate. Why take anything e'so? New Stanford Drug upervisor' Turnpi Mk fbont'in, loads for Liucol HoiUfJl'noco S, July. Co. North, :W a. No. No. . North, 5:87 P. M, Nu.17, 10:17 A. M. t. '09. Ky. S. M. Owens bought of Richard Cobb, of Doyle, a handsome pair of mules for AH the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. dis-eas- - A. S. PRICE, " ld t t ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD, Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Jesse Wearen, Tobacco Growers Adorina's Fox ser-Tlc- e. d, four-year-o- ld Eight-year-ol- nine-year-o- mrmm) At McKinney, 11 w. H. HIGC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. o n Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, 11 FURS Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 - J.L,Beazley&Co., you want keep posted doings Kentucky, scribe for the political mule-hoofe- fterjtucrty State Journal, The best Democratic Daily Kentucky. 'Write for price and particulars to W. 1 t P. WALTON, SAFEST Frankfort, Ky. l' J. C. McCIary, m QUINSY W! - TRANSFER MONEY you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and est Drugs, Call me. S. K. DUDDERAR, W. B. McRoberts,Ma(""n- 4 hL rut. - W-- . JMii jj h