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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e It- I THE INTERIOP JOURNAL t h I VOL xxxvi STANFORD KYM TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1909 OOf Here and There Col T W Moore a millionaire bank er and oil producer died at his homo In Marietta 0 W II Trumbull of tho firm of Wa- Iter II Trumbull Co bankers and brokers of Boston filed a petition In bankruptcy Gov Willson has fixed Friday April 9th for the hanging of William Carter the Loulsvlllo Negro who is under son tenco of death it Tho West Virginia Senato voted down tho proposition to submit to tho voters of tho Stato n prohibition amendment to tho Constitution Thomas S Doty a Kentuckian who for many years had been prominently b connected with tho legal bar of Gold field Nev la dead Daniel W Whlteneck a revenue storekeeper died at Lnwrenceburg from blood poisoning resulting from cutting his finger on a bottling machine Over W per cent of tho rural fro i delivery malt routes to be clabllshcd this year will bo In tho South where the demand for the service has grown rapidlyThe explosion of a salt works boiler at Hartford W Va killed William Smith engineer and William Darnett fireman Three other men were se rionsly Injured Vice President Fairbanks has accepted an in vltatlon to address tho Legis lature of Indiana on March 8 Tho Invitation was extended at the suggestion of Gov Marshall Tho Senate passed the pension ap I proprlation bill shortly after It was re ported Tho House amendment reduc ing the number of agencies from 18 to Ii ODD was not concurred In by the uppe- body Robert II Ulcdsoe of Dallas Tex who on Tuesday last entered tho homo of Lawrence M Jones a millionaire merchant of Kansas City and attempted to extort 17000 from him was len tenced to 30 years in tho penitentiary Homer Pollard incarcerated on the charge of forgery and Olllo Ball for horso stealing broke jail and escaping took to the woods As soon as tho of ficers learned of tho elopement a hot chase was given the fugitives and they woro finally recaptured nnd nro now again behind tho prison bars at Lancas ter Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept In bed for five weeks Blood poison from aspld ers blto caused largo deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salvo completely cured me writ JtI John Washington t of Ilosquovillo Tex Foreciema bolls r burns and piles Its supreme 25o at Pcnnyit Drug Store NI A farms is a tiller is ho otY Yep And the thing that steers a boat is a tiller Yep only the farmer dont steer no boat he steers on old dun mule Houston Post e Pneumonia 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 tho jrenulno in the yellow package New Stanford Drug Co Contral Kentucky RediestateExhallgeI TITLE COn I No 1 conerti on the Waynobur pike nrar Highland ftroom house dtrn anti utla+ tr outbuilding Ilea orchard Tbli proper ty li llInrchurc nml cboobou li well worth till bleu ilfW No III IICrol amiss Routh of Omb Or otninlori tho n two slory liou I good barn orchardand li well water oil jnbout Its three of this land li bottom I Innd and crop A bargain nl r IIulKcashbalunoetooneandtwoyearsNo8Iteacres naburg fruom hOIlu barn other out buildings plenty of water Uniu price Jt cooI 4lrtl acre near Level Ircen tack cattle county Ky This farm has n now S story mine bouo would cwt to build now ju good dint crib Ac locntixt near church end ichnol This U a nlco homo nndIcnn Iw bought for 110 per ncro K cash Ulftll1der In lr month- sNoe1Hancrbsadoluiagthuallovetnnn 100 ncro In culthlIt Oil l w lllng of 4 room good barn and other outbuilding nlco or ohiinl One of the bust springs In tho coon ty 1rlcu 3500 half caih balance 1 nUll 2 year t No 631 acre adjoining farm NOl 4 nnd 6 Irpacnn In cultivation balance In tlm ber whit oakhlckory and ionic lino cedar lint 3story log huso and Rood urch ard well watered Vault price 3U- Nor250uorea near Maretiburg KylM ncrenln cultivation Rood liouie burn nod necessary outbuildings lino water and icbool c lurch nnd It K nation Price flM K cash balance in one and two years No82U acre ncnrOonwny Ky nearly all of this hums la fine for corn and meadow very good dwelling house now barn nnd other on county rond 0 miles from urea Oollego Onih prlco sa WO No 0A1 ncrv on Drakot trout Crab Orchard This farm ll adjoins the and is u or the Oeo Evans farm 1This is line land and IP good condition III necessary buildings TldJl11 a bargain atI- C dOperkcre- r No 1078 nare near Stanford x In i co with n Inecpury bulldlngletc- ctn1 be r tworththemoney For full in regard to nil the above farms see or write R Hughes or James II White Btanlord Ky i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES D F Frazce one of the most inent business men of Lexington is dead Seven shares of bank stock sold a 185 at Richmond It was Madison National stock At Hyden Nelson Snlyora tho man In that section of the State die at the age of 104 Michael Simpson died at his homo at Tcatersvllle Garran county of tho Infirmities bf old age Walter Parrott 23 years old residing near St Marys was run over and cut to pieces by a freight near his home lion Shelby Gibson aged 81 and father of Drs Hugh Mosu and Ber Gibson of Richmond died nt that place J 0 told an employe fell 30 feet through aq elevator shaft at the Lan caster roller mills and was seriously In jured Mrs Hester Young of Jessamine county has brought suit against Matt Ydurg for 20000 for killing her hus bandAt Barbourvitla officers rpunded up alleged bootleggers and mado sever al arrests tho offenders being caught with tho goods on An organized gang Is said to be peddling whisky boo tween Corbin and Middles boro making all the towns regularly lion Boyd Winchester lawyer writ er and diplomat is believed to bo dying in Lousvllo He is 72 yean old and was a member of tho famous class of 1855 at Center College was onco min islet to Switzerland and has practiced law for over CO years At tho annual meeting Of the No tlonM Vaudeville Association in Colum electedrsecretary which makes Lexington the headquarters of the association of vau dovlllo managers and installs Karfisey as manager of the Hippodrome Co Near Winchester Zcko Puckett of Log Lick found his 16yearold son ly ing dead across his plow beam lie and his son were at work on their farm and tho father noticing the sons team standing still for some time went over to investigate He called and received no answer When he came up to the plow he found the boy dead In reversing the judgment of tho Boyle circuit court in the case of Sam uel Hardings administrator vs Lucy W herding the court of appeals or dare tho payment of 5000 to tho ad ministrator for his services which the court says involved him in a family quarrel and engendered animosity to ward him on the part of his brorhers widow and her people An estate of about 60000 is involved Through an advertisement in news papers the heirs of Press Griffin an cx Confederate soldier of Garrnrd county have been found In West Virginia Ho was a bachelor and went to that county- In I860 and by hard farm work accumulated a valuable blue grass farm nnd some money Ho died last summer leaving a legacy of about 12000 to an elder brother whom he had not seen orI heard of sinco thSsurremier at Appo mattox Tho elder brother has beenI dead five years but ho left n widow andI three children who aro now on their way to claim the legacy Press Griffins brother was a poor blacksmith Who says it docs not pay to advertise 7JSoldlor Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stono a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trou ble and tho grave to cause his death I contracted stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough thatr stuck to me In splto of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130j pounds Then I began to uso DrtKings Now Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds ob sttnuto Cougbs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia Itstunrivaled 60o and 81 Trial free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storo r GuestWalter boll my eggs four minutes Walter Yes sir be ready In half a second sir- FoloY1 s Honey and Tar clears tho air passages stops tho Irritation in tho throat Soothes tho inflamed membranes and tho 1I10stlobstnateI cough disappears oro anl1lnOnlOedI lungs are hoaledand strengthened nndJ the cold is exposed from the system Refuse any but the genuine in the yet low package Now Stanford Drug Co w Even combining the minimum ofI weight with tho maximum of power will not always make the airship fly Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak norves that arc crying out for help Vitalize those weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoop1 Restorative and soo hpv quickly good health wilt come to you agatai Test It and see l Sold by Von nyl DrugStore Gl NEWS NOTES Harry J McDonald a midshipman at the Naval Academy from Kentucky has resIgned- t Three womeh aro dead and two men are seriously ill as a result of eating poisoned sausage at Memphis- t Charles Gillespie a Negro charged 1wltb criminal assault was put to death in the electric chair at Richmond Va A decree of divorce with alimony of 6000 a year and the custody of her son wan awarded Mrs William Lemp Jr in St Louis Tho rivers and harbors bill reported to the House carries nearly 10000000 part of which is to be Used for surveys- t of Kentucky streams The Kllgore Tex Stato Bank was robbed Tho vault door was filed into and the money sato blown open The robbers secured 3400 Because of recent illness Admiral Dewey has declined tho Presidents in vitation to go to Hampton Roads to witness the review of v the battleship fleet Three persons were burned to death and tour were fatally Injured by an ex plosion of a keg of mining powder in a coal miners homo near Colliers W VaThe possibilities of the wireless seem to bo almost unlimited Communica lion was had between Los Angeles and the Hawaiian Islands a distance of 2 200 miles President Roosevelt announced that a call would bo issued at once for a worlds conference on tho conservation of natural resources to bo held at The Hague next September petitionIdons for John Powers Charles Finley and W S Taylor at Frankfort Gov Willaon was not in his office at the time Tho earthquake recorded Jan 23 had its location in the province of Luristan in Western Persia Sixty villages were wholly or partially destroyed and the loss of life was between 5000 nnd 6000 It Is announced in Madrid that King Alfonso has accepted the role of arbi trator in the dispute between Germany and England regarding the boundaries of Wolfish Bay on the southwest coast ofAfricaMembers of Congress are sharply criticising Senator Bcveridgo for his absence during the closing days of the session It Is believed that Mr Bev cridgo is absenting himself to avoid reporting the joint statehood bill Stewart Douglas Robinson son of Douglas Robinson President Roose velts brotherdn law a sophomore at Harvard University fell from a sixth story window Saturday night and hisI dead body was discovered early by a policeman A dramatic scene took place In the Chtcago Federal building when Col W F Tucker and his wife met before the army retiring board which is considering Col Tuckers case Mrs Tucker fainted on tho witness stand but was soon revived A mob of more than 500 persons gathered In tho streets of South Omaha and began an assault on the homes of several Greeks smashing them with bricks stones and other missies and otherwise attempting to run the Greeks from tho town The foreigners fired into tho crowd two boys being shot but not fatallytThe House of Representatives passed tho fortifications bill and sent tho post office bill to conference The sundry civil bill which was reported makes ho change in the limitation put upon the activities of the secret service TheI bill carries ir 1000000 appropriation tho prosecution of land frauds in West Herbert Knox Smith Commissioner of Corporations has made public his report on tho American Tobacco Com In which ho rives tho history of he growth of tho big corporation which ho says now dominates tho industry absolutely This report will bot followed by others dealing with prices and profits and competitive methods Robin J Cooper was the first witness introduced for the defense at Nashville in the case of the men charged with the murder of former Senator Edward W Carmack Cooper was on tho stand all day Ho declared that Carmack fired first two shots His part in thoI tragedy ho said cams about through efforts to keep his father Col D Cooper out of troubleIMr Watterson reiterates with moroI emphasis than over that a democrat canI bo a prohibitionist It is well for him that Editor Lew B Brown lato of Harrodsburg has to gone Florida to live and Editor E C Walton of Stanford is forgetting the cares of life among tho scenes of his childhood in old Virginia Kentucky State Journal Frevontics soCandy Cold Cure Tabletswillsafely and quickly check gall colds and the Grip Trythem once and see 1 4825c Sold by Penny s Drug Store POLITICAL Gov Gillett of California has signed the antiracetrack gambling bill Representative Hepburn denounced tho rules of tho House in a vigorous speech President Roosevelt signed the special act relating to tile salary of Secretary of State Councilman John F Klein of Pitta burg was found guilty in connection with tho bribery scandal in that city Judge L W Bethurum has announc ed for reelection for county judge of Rockcastle subject to the republican primary James R Garfield Secretary of the Interior is mentioned among the list of men being considered for the presidency of the University of Michigan- In the Mason FiemingBraeken dis trict Judge Chas D Newell was nomi nated by the democrats for circuit judge of that district Saturday The first woman ever to hold a position with the StateBoard of Equalize tlon is Miss Alice Cronin of Louisville who was elected a clerk of the board Judge A R Burnam was appointed by Gov Willson to represent this Con gressional district at the Tariff Nation n atlndianapoileJ1 bo Secretary of War In the Taft Cab- Inet Charles Nagel of St Louis will be Secretary of Commerce and Labor and R A Ballinger will be Secretary of tho Interior- E B Hoover one of the throe candi dates for Stato Senator in the 22nd Sen atonal district has withdrawn from tho race His withdrawal leaves the contest to two candidates Dr T R Welch and lion B M Arnett Gov Marshall of Indiana sent a message to tho Legislature In relation to the condition of the State Treasury Unless some means aro provided to col lect taxes in advance of tho time they aro due the Treasury will be depleted by April 1 Tho republican district committee of Pulaski called a primary in the circuit judges race for April 3 and fixed the entrance fee at 1600 We dont blame Bro Jarvis for not tackling the mat chino and putting up sucha big en trance feo for it to use against him Harry B Williams postmaster at Mentor Campbell county Ky former deputy county clerk for four years and former member of tho Kentucky Leg islature from Campbell county was arrested by Postoffico Inspector C G Swain charged with misappropriating i42776 from the money order depart mentThe Tennesssee Legislature over rode the vetoes of Gov Patterson passing over his protest the bills providing for a compulsory legalized primary and for creating without aid of tho executive State and county election boards Three separate messages were sent in by the governor In which ho declared the bills were neither fair nor just and asserted that the force bill which once threatened the South was not more odious to a freo people than these threo measuresGov has appointed commis sioners to represent Kentucky at the Alaska Iaclflc Yukon Exposition which will bo held at Seattle Wash Juno 1 to Oct 15 this year The governor desires that Kentucky have representa ion at this great exposition of tho Northwest and selected commissioners who have planned to go They are Edward M Flexner Louisville J R Lemon Mayfield B B Ross Shelby ville S M Saufley Frankfort W R Horso Cave Tho Senate was the scene of a bitter personal controversy between Senators Penrose and La Follette Tho Penn sylvania Senator denounced his Wisconsin colleague as a claptrap statesman and charged that Mr La Follette had practically done no work in com mittee since he had been a member ofItho Senate The attack was by Mr ja Follettos strictures onj tho custom of tho Senate to allow im portant legislation to be crowded into the last few days of the session Hexamethylenetetramlne Tho above Is tho name of a German chemical which Is ono of the many valuable Ingredients of Foleys Kid Remedy Hoxamethylenetctra mlnois recognized by medical text books nnd authorities as a urio acid solvent and antiseptic toe tho urlno TakoFoloys Kidney Remedy as soon you notice ay irregularities and avoid a serious malady Now Stan ford Drug Co Capt Timothy Hasset of the Olean N Y police force was killed by a burglar whom he caught in the act of robbing a business office Tho policeman shot the burglar four times and it is believed he cannot recover Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shbops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store TailorMade doming 1 You will find 500 samples on our counters from which you can make a selection for a TailorMade Suit t We have the latest styles and patterns Sat isfaction guaranteed No fit no sale l Cummins Wearen it STANFORbKENT CKYI ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Range to l1un full saver n money best baker A largo no select from and we will appreciate a makerIIGEGRGEHU FARRIS TIll Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Htrcct Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Eye Note Throat Knr JenltoUrlnory Rectal Or gans Nervous By tem and Burger Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future la D policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Con II conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of 1ta policy contracts fair dealing with its moinber i and large returns to policy holders Tine comtIIY II JUlt entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all companies combined Writer for tatlnejigeapd whether mar rled oBeto speolnlAtttMyers James I White Solicitor for Rockcattle 06 When Ordering Clothes have your measure portence Thrpyour clotheslwbetheralow- price Inulnusr suit or tbo finest evening clothI will Imvtt that Individuality and nt which plainly Imllcuto they were ends to your measure I will also take your IIIlnsJuro for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats Fall rand Winter Bam pica on hand ready for your Inspection H O HUILUY The Tailor Htanford Ky a BIG JACK SALE IrHaving decked to retire from the Jack builne on account nf my age I will tell at public auction on FEDnUAltYITH11IOJ At 100OloCk A M 1 allot my Jacks and Jennets All of which are strictly flr tcluss animals I have been a breeder of these animal for M years and I am only getting out of the Imiloos on ac count of my extreme age Should the weather be bad the tato will bo conducted under belter Dinner will bo served Write on thfroundl J PIUABIIEBSOStSKrnrk 1 1 s Y I i t I l The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON s CHARLES A HARDIN 7 of hreer county Js n candidate roc Com monwenlth Attorney of this the lutu jti clleiJl district subject to the nctlon of the demofrallo party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR the13thDemocratic pjty M C 8AUFLEY It n candidate for circuit Judge of thus the lath Judicial district UbJct to the action of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket I r i For Stnlo Senator R L HUBDLE countyt1or Hepttsentatlve W H SHANKS For Obuijty Judge f JAMES Pr BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clortc J D SWOPE For gb tla W L McCARTY For Oonnty Court Olerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DISK FARMSR For Assessor JOHN CPEPPLES I For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For MnglstrateStanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable fitnnord District IM tRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Mcglstrate Hustonvllle District J K HELM SR For Constable Hustonrlllo District L E TRUE For Magistrate Vnynesburg nittrlct JOHN M CAMDEM ForConitablo Waynesburjj District I JOHN G BAUGH WM H TAFT presidentelect is a Master Mason The impressive cere many which brought him that dislinc tion was conductedby Charles S Hos kinson the Most Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of S Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Ohio The highest Masonic authorities of 17 States witnessed Mr Tnfti admission into theorder as did a body of men representing distinguished citizen of Cincinnati and the members of Kilwinninj Lodge of which Alfonso Taft father of the presidentelect was a and In which Charles P Taft was inducted under the auspices of his father The Scottish Rite Cathedral Cincinnati an ancient edifice devoted to the higher degrees of Masonry was the scene of the ceremony The pro cedure which culminated in the decla ration that Mr Taft was a Mason oc cupfed 35 minutes A cpnriESPONDEScB school to teach thecriminirtly inched Jiow to break jail and slip oil handcuffs is the latest A young woman in Boston Miss Lillian Rice was coining moneyat 5 a course when the Federal authorities caught on and put the enterprising young woman under arrest but sho got permission to go intothebathropm a moment and disappeared thereby showing she was on ty her job THERE wIll be Jive candidates for Speaker of the next House Will H Shanks of Lincoln George Willson of Union J C Pirtlef of Hardin Lillard McEloryi IIndbelievethis place will land the plum jailforA man sued him for sending him to jail as he charged to keep him from voting 6andsecured a 100 verdict The judge IndUrancepay judgments were similarly treated i more debts would be collected KANSAS was always v noted for its cranks political and otherwise of which this is further evidence The Senate has passed a bill prohibiting the sale of liquor for medical scientific or ft other purposes If Karuai has a con z f Btitution such a law ought fo be bancd 1 by it Gov WILLSON passed up the Anti Saloon Lcaguo Convention Doubt s 4 he wanted to avoid enfnntflomcnta be tween what tho governor of South Carolina r said tj the gpvtanor of Noi tli Car olina Mit TAr pay bo never takes medicine That Is the secret of his fine ofinediclaaTHE Cincinnati Commercial Tribune AbeLto give him a rest CHICAGO women are to the Legislature to pass a law providing some way that will distinguish a mar ried man from a single man as Miss and Mrs show the social relations of women They do not suggest a ti tie leaving that to the inventive gen lus ofthe salons As there is no law providing the titles of Miss Mrs or Mr legislation on tho subject will be in the initiative The Legislature of Illinois can do a great deal but it may be doubted whether it could se curely attach to unmarried men a title that would indicate their celibacy It might be more easy for the law to re quire all married men to wear a badgo for the information of the young wo men of Illinois or perhaps a collar would be more appropriate to show their condition of servitude Tho subject Is a deep and important one and its solution by the law makers of the Gar den State will bo looked forward to with interest Chicago men at least should have their social condition desig nated in some way Tim New York Worlds editor who has been indicted in connection with the charges against the Panama Canal steal says that Roosevelt is prostitut ing his great office to justify personal malice The libel proceedings have no other object than to enable Roosevelt to use the machinery of the United States to satisfy the personal desires for revenge We say this reluctantly but say it without qualification because it is true Roosevelt is an epi- sOde The World is an institution the mastery of the courts can lo ItI dinatod to tho suppression of speech or a Tree press this country Is in a bad way and we shall scan become vassals Instead of peers TUB mall order journals have flooded the country and now cornea lJ AntiMail Order Journal to coun teract their efforts Its object is briefly stated to promote the prosper- Ity welfare and happiness of the mer chant and dealer in small towns and communities The immediate result sought and toward the accomplish ment of which this publication is to be directed is to break the hold of the Mail Order Monoply and turn the business now being sent to it to lo cal channels A great deslderatioi will be accomplished if it succeeds ORDiNARILY smen elected In November do not bave to serve until the December following a year Thy simply look wise in order to make their constituents think they have done the propsr thing in eUcting them They also draw their pay with religious reg- Ularity from tho 4th of March atteri their election They have got to work or act like men who do work The extra session of Congress to be called for the 15th of March will corral them in Washington and make them try to do something for their per diem per daySWHEN our peripatetic battle squad ronretutns it is said that it will fire over two thousand guns saluting the President on the occasiqn of thu forth earning review at Hampton roads This will make the sweetest music the President ever heard it will be almost us good ai a real battle In cidentally it emphasizes the importance of dissolving the Powder Trust end getting competitive prices on ex plowet It win also call attention- to theujels waste of money BI evl cry shot costi Vnumbsr of dolo j o LITTLE LOTTA who used to jump on tables do kittenish tricks and kick up her heels to the delight of us who are oldenough to remember it is now ek ing out an existence on the income of a million of dollars worth of property molt of which she made on the stage and by goad investments Shd is very fond of horses and usually has a string at the Lexington trots She has grown tat and gray but still retains some of I the appearance that made her so popular a quarter of a century ago Youva heard of the story of a finicky old maid who said she had dined hedrti ly on the wing of a humming bird a pecics of the feathered class generalty thought to be too small for eating pur i poses and unfit for it besides Howev orIdereddealer in Mexico These are to be serv ed 03 a course at a banquet which If the rest of the menu is of a kind will furnish mighty slim pickings for the gUJtsIWE regret to observe that in the list ot the officers of the National Congress of Mothers there appaars the name of one Miss It is to bo hoped theever for her salw and tho sake of Congress that it is a misprint Again too she might have trouolo Jn convinc ing tho other sistora thaty was at homo with the children Gov WIUON oonouncefi oqo dAy that ho would permit no peruOtu P J for pardon md the net tiay je permittee PovrsCo top cna ly appeal lIo doubt s t1Irtut in his order that fugitives from justice in ti CoabeltC Cwcrocxceptrd SEfJATORELECT W 0 BRADLEY says that if tbit party can not get along without tho oUlceholdcra it ought togotohl +1 10 J- w PUBLIC sentiment Is deaddown on pa Utlcal bribery and that means that it has got to atop A bank preslde Pittsburghaa been convicted of givingI a councilman 16700 to procure the passage of an ordlnanco making his bank a depository for city funds Only- a few weeks ago u railroad president was convicted of offering 70000 to a Pittsburg councilman to procure a fran chlso for his company The penitentiary is a lamentablo end for eminently respectable business men to reach but political bribery has got to be stopped Tho man who gives a bribe is as bad as the one who takes it and the vicious practice can only be stopppcd by mak ing it too hazardous to demand black mail or to offer corruption money IJUDGE WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT said farewell to his Cincinnati home Friday before leaving for nt least four years residence at Washington lie made a speech on the floor of the Chamber of Commerce in tho afternoon and that night was the guest of honor at a ban quet given by the Knockers Club an adjunct of tho Business Mens League MORE than 31000 men will march In the Taft parade at tho inauguration 22000 soldiers and 9000 civilians There are 45 organizations of white men nine of Negroes one of Indians and the Bradley special lot of admirers i ONLY nine more days of Teddy It is gad to think how bad things will go when lio no longer holds the country up by tile tail CHURCH MATTERS The Sunday school at tho Christian church Sunday morning was the largest I for two years 162 being present The collection was 647 W W Ramsey former president of the German National Bank of Pitts burg wcs found guilty in connection with the rcentgraft exposures m s Tho Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life Ills method deals with tho Mood But lour ago prQcdIriches and vitalize the blood reI Inilldswasted nerve cells Imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months II writes W M Sherman of CUSUD Mo but 1100 trio Bitters cured mo entirely Only 69c Tit Pennys Drub Storei Eczema is Curable Z E MOt a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly a and it permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co SU Louis Me Pennys Drug Store Mill Elevator Residence and Land For Sale This millpruortytnowmnstho EdJo Uiville Roller illllt in n liiorouv ily ofirittU plant wigs a capueliy OJi fits Ji Hour fully beside meet Piiil oat m productilcellwl liyiuy Tau Kiev to vrvi bell i I 1111 n cj iiplty of 4iC J bushels amt h- teulputd wltii the latest Improved uincbln tJQ1 lue imtlnvM was established In liinndjidi nood favor with n large steady mil 11 trud- uTheiishhtneelaanewtwostur 10 room luuio with all necviinry outhouses burn Jiiggjsluil corncrib tJo nil in good io dllUwulIooullfllllyntcutof colonial poroli nround front IInu aides ol tOil 0 One or the most comfortable and desirable home In Marlon County At jeliHl to this Un plot or about n jtores of tam very lined bottom Und than which lino M none Litter In the KUto The whole property tOil tor ether Jn the- etlgeof tilt town of Eiairoicmllle KVH xiutlful Tiling witu oat cbmclios and c1l0011ln the valley of toe Holllng Fort 10 lebxnooKythe seatof InolJaunty where the nearest mill It located mdwfieru thliiilll Iiasn good trulc This Is an unusual opportunity for n ncndioine homo IIndl ettjIilUliotbutl nose Tbe whole property w 11 Lo sold to the highest bidder on the prouilkCK WEDNESDAY MAU01I IOTII 1903 Itt ixecutor sale IVrmimnde known on day of sale For further Information call on or address T BA D KTiimuvr Uradfordsvllle A- yPOSTED We whole appear strictly or any kind of tress passing on our places and will prosecute vi olRtorl to tha full extent ol the law Mrs Walter Warren tin Mnttle White P WOnrte Eeii Paiartln1 Dsley eiuLMrr J Frait m 1 L Iulllnm Me eriJ oo I vs K 1 Williams JnmnNC u Nnvia Carter M L Ij iie lift Jus unities CarpenterTliom ThompsonMOJli i oil ewe Broi TrllylorII J W llouguman J W Peck I JlhItruce David Htaven John OlllJlell1scb WmOordler Dan Tray lor M D Klmoro HRndorfIJ1 Moor Knds A KllMIBH MrsNJIfutton J J Klllott JofrMOIoIAlnn ordlerInntlgbnlanirrinlMrs Margaret Jncoi Candor HTniylorftnmAuiml 8lmeu M T JfOMi1ii- nKT Kcazley A Hilittiieiv OwklcyMJ4 T JO Humiloy It If Grow I Df eNanuleftGood O KDiculure- Andetxon0 r Auton llonOoUnr VonOrueDlganT CarpenterWr John U Lee j 4 F 1 fiAlfalfaBend for Jd of Improved farm J K VKdT Augusta Km MASONS MEETI Lincoln Lodge No on Ft A M will moot In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month nt 700 oclock In theme hall on Malta street titan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are frn ternnlly Invited to bo present U fenn- yyMTIV lMnnlngtonHec NOTICE Notice It hereby given that all Lincoln I county bonds of cedes 11 Issued March I- 1swredeernabieIn15years with privilege o In loycar from whlL bu griton the lit dlof March lust on res entntlon to County Mittluim Hank and that Interest an same will stop alter said dRill Total amount 113000 This Jan XI IWi James McKvchnle ti B Cooper and W H llurcli Committee NEW ILACKSMlTH AND RE PAIR SHOP I have opened n blacksndth and general repair shop nt my hone the old ullgatu property on the Htantord near lluiolutetonvlllo find ante It share public pa tronnge 1AUL JK88K HUMouvllli Ky B D CARTERi Now Livery Dopot Street Phono 06 STANFORDKENTUCKY CONCRETING We RfO ositlntodoaltkinds of con orvtlng such ns Blocf Work 1UTCiuent und In fact wo can make tiny tiling triiiu n house down to a fence post We cnn lenyou promptly and guarantee first ciass work Call and get our price before you buy your material ut ICHSI PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahony Rankin INSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty of the leading companies of theworld represented Cuinjttt 111 rates with nil the tompallie of the world Ix spny IIIK record unsurpassed Never had u law suit In the history of this agency Losirs promptly paid anti without discount No waiting 00 dRYI tor your money lloforo In surlngcnllou MAHONY G RANKIN The Insurance Men of La- nfordFAIL hb11n the badDamn anywhere has lit came lain tsmatesutqVab + U Wood prrwure oothlnc elM usually At inut so uys Dr ehoot and to Thattabletcalledceases blood Drenure aonl from pto centers- Iueaectisrliarmina ladoglydelfzhtluLOently- though lIelT It l11li1 iqUlolliea the blood dray lotion ptasmeIfIf you are sleepless mtlcav np nrtis Its LIoa- 1cocgatlcnblond pressure That surely Is a- eertalnlTtfor Dr Shoos headache Tablets stop and the tablets simply d sUIbuIe- lbe unnatural blood pressure Oncer and doesnt It ret rtd and Swell anulpain rout Of course It does Its con painIsealwaW toll at 23 cenu nd cheerfully refoffinvind Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE HENRY WATTERSONS PAPERK r I Weekly Courier Journal f AND V l The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbo United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean tunU things it is essentially a family paper lip a special arrangement we aro enabled to oh for the WEEKLV OOUBIEBOUUNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bendyour iQbscrlptlon fortbe com blnatlou to usnot tc the OourlerJoufna c s po iJ 0 P 4 T r i Jt ti 4 ijThe s iIft tf I I Bo la 11 I jChancer toJ t- c j I 1 Just to keep things a little lively for a few more weeks we are goingto puton sale some Z t special things inI y Boys Clothing j0 at a rediculbusly low price 50 pairs of boysiI I 50cent knee pants at 25 cents wc = R I of boys 50 and 75cent knee pants at 35 1 1centsduced to19O a fine lot of 350 and 4 suits at 250 each a few 51 ones left at 350 750 ones at 5 and the 10 ones at 7 These are plums worth your picking and you better do your picking quick t t I i f These Prices Must Be CashSr H J iVcjROJ3JSlTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Ej aEEEEEfIEr aIE8 Andmm iI tCl tll r V 1 1 0AQ1 Line of Stationery tXi y N Generally b mBnrd qPENNYS DRUG Kentucky STORE m mBB 3BB BBa E fI f Highest Market Prices Paid ForlEggs Hides Furs t Hens 10 to 10 l2c 1 I Roosters 4 to 4 l2c I IiI xChipk iDucks JiCoOTurkeys 10 to 12c t cIScrap Iron Guineas 20c a Piece Rubber H B NORTHGOTT Stanford Ky FOR SALE horse power Inller nnd engine and saw null for 11 soil cither or ooh OUAR t NII liMN 1ontolllco OltulhelmKyI SEEDSM We ship best quality Held nml pardon seeds direct to farmers ut lowest wholesale prices Wo sell clovers grapes ioiil cats seed corn cane send nilllut cow JI peanuts reitl potatoes uNto plants fro gordunbeRuIand Slower eceai land plnstcp nnd fortlllz ems Write ui for prices and samples titan what you want KAHH VILLK SEED 00SIB Bccond ATB North Na 1vlleTena t t rJ 1 J EGGS FOA SALE I eggsfront j I nUHRFrJ BltotiN too StanfordI J Stock of Merchandiser I for Sale I desire to soil privately my stock of Oro tnreRI11 Dolnc iv goat bust JwaolllIIIOKO Jl IIOPII1R Alanford ICy FARM FOR SALEIi gntsiurjlandthe Stanford pike Improvoment and l fencing good I plenty of water fruit Also J26 acre of timbered one mile East of MCKlnneYtltalf under fence i plenty of Irtnd Hee grow f ngcrop J AOJVKNHi Agent McKUneyKy r y J m- j I t r t 19 Centsif v e A ri 1 toran Extra Spccrs iSlue in Corset vCovpr Etnbrpidcry rile elular i prick is 25c 4A rongaatliie lot lasts njloniy icllcr ynrd k 1 JI I I i Ik if 1 If I I wo I Jt rll li f 4 t I f Jfi 4 e- f r 0 tof f J It I T it 11rt STANFORD KY FIII 23 1901 I t pearSoMB very upectidf bargains In Box J Paper but supply is limited Asl tOco them I Drug Storo A i PERSONALS Mna J T EMBRY was In LoulsvllU lent week j J L TOTTEN went upto Paint Llci I fSaturday ANCE ADAMS apont Boverall dye In Louisville BORN to the wife ofT S Farmer a 13 pound Daughter r LITTLE SUE LOGAN SMITH la yliltlnj- frleiuis fet Maywood Miss KATIE UrffON of Lexingto- ni la with piles Minnie Wools I MR E S AUWIGUT of the Mt Vcr non Signal was hero Saturday M WARREN of Loulivitlo with the hon erolksIt IA811flY ROUT of State Qollcgo days with his parenU hero MRS G WARNER spent ser ral- I t days with friends and relatives In Gar rard e- i bites LENA IALMER spent Satqrdy and Sunday with friends at Junction i tI FLOYDWRIGRT of Stato College Lexington spent a few days hero with his slater Mn J UFosTElt attended tho bur lal of his relative Mr Henry Embry at ixnilsvllle Saturday Miss ELIZABETH HIGGINS spent Sat urday and Sunday at Crab Orchard with thoMtsaea Lewli- PROF W O HOPPER spent several daye with the horn erolkl hero and re t turned tQ Mt Sterling yesterday MISSES SAIXIET SMITH and Nannie r 11 ilorrln of Lancaster were quests of Mrs T P Newland last week SUM J G YctAMAN of tho Ameri can Jlemp Co LexinRton was the guest of his agent Mr E If Woods TUB Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris tian church will meet with Mrs W L McCarty at 2 oclock Friday afternoon MR E E SNYDER ono of the heat superintendents on he L N system was here Friday with Agent J S Rico MRS MARGARET JAMES and Miss Jean Buchanan of Crab OrchaM are i attending the Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans CArT AND MRS J F LARUE of Louisville spent several days with her parents Col and Mrs W unit Dud derar at Rowland AIR HARRY B HOCKER who has been In New York assisting in buying Sprlnjr goods for Robertson Bro has returnedAdvocateMR BEAz1RY of Stanford spent Saturday and Sunday as tho guests of Mr and Mrs 1L F I 4 Ewing at Shelby City REV J L YANDELL returned Satur day front the Laymens Missionary Con at Birmingham Ala and re tventlon splendid convention MRS A ADDAMS and daughter of Crab Orchard have been spending sov I of oralweeks In Louisville Miss Bessie t Haldemnn returned with them Satur I t day 3 C COULTER of MIddloburg tfMae point of death Miss Frances i Portman who is attending school at j Stanford made a short visit to her f 4 1 home hero last ThursdayCasoy Coun 1tyNCWB MR AND MRS DAVID R HAMILTON wertithe hosts at an Informal danco given at their home 1271 Cherokee t road Friday evening In honor of Miss Caroline English of Danville 111 CourierJournal MIBS OLLY TRAYLOR of Lincoln was a weekend guest of Miss Annie e Herndon Miss Jonqva and Mr Wil lard Hilton ofStanfordj visited theirI sister Miss Susfo Hilton Mr II J J Mdl6fiort8 ofStonford pent Wednes day In this city with telativaaLnncaa tar Record MR RicnAup GENTRY who hue been qult illat Samaritan hospjtnl for som0time from paralysV was ro portod tq bo no batter yoste Jay r Gentrys condition k very Blatuiin f to hlt friends His condition was such yesterday that nd ono was allowed to t oco him and grave fears am cntertnln C ed for lib recgveryLexington Herald I Mr Gentry is a brother of Mrs Eliza R R Gentry of this f HlainaceaadCapt r of f 1 Junction City yesterday MRS G G PERRY nnd llttlo Igo and Bettio Perry returned yesterday iron Richmond after a visit to relatives and friends MR CLAUDB JCINO who lives Jlt Groom Tex Is hero mingling with old friends who aru delighted to have him with them again MESSRS R B MAIIONY J W Ireland R G Hampton and T M Pen nlngton went down to Lebanon yesterday to attend a banquet to bo given by the Knight Templars ROIIKHT BRUCC of Stanford ono ol that citys most popular young men was in Somerset this week on business Mr Bruce has many friends In Somer sot Vhoro alwnya glad to sea him Somarset Time- sMil W W LYONgave a rccopttoq at her home last night tho guest of honor being Miss Anglo Carpenter pi Hustonviltc Ky who in visiting Mrs A N Taylor About 30 guests were present Miss Carpenter recited most entertainingly Painty refreshments of cake fruit nail punch were served Miss Carpenter won tho conversational s prlzeB handsome hat plnAu- gustaKon News t LOAS NORTiID N Bocdoati at W 11 BIg gins SEE my lino of wagonandbuggy har new J C MrClary yIP you wantgoal meat call on Wil kinson Lutes Phone 47 0 MR THOMAS EARS had a gold watch stolen from him a few days ago GET tho genuine Oilver plqw points from Lipps 1eavy house Hustonvillc Ky HAVR you tried that good Hex coal yeti You can find it at Donhama yard 0 FOR SALRA IChnrso power port able engine and boiler JJ R Powell Stanford phYnot7aL Meeks SEE thequalitynd got our bottom puce 00 the Tennessee Cost Range Geoixc D Hopper Till corsetnoesbreaks on the hip It never rusts Sold by Miss Ella May Saunders e JOHN DEAZLFY colored died last Week lie was a respectable darky andiwaslikqd by all who knew him To TUB LADIES 0 It time to have your order taken for a Spring corset Call in and bo fitted Miss Ella May Saunders TUG creditors of Col U IlIIaro notified that their claims must be flled with us as required by law at t once PaxtonExors KonBEDMr James Farmer was robbed of 25 tho other night Mattie White a colored woman has bcch are rested and placed In jail charged with tho crime ALL persons havingclaims against tho estate of James Melvin deceased are requested to file same properly verified with the administrator before Feb 20 1909 T Jr him Sr admr FOR SALE moot 52 acres allows eel In Prcachersvllle known as the Holtzclaw place Date given later Anyone wishing information concerning same will apply to J F HoUzcJaw Pruacheraville Ky THE home the 0 late John F Cash- qn Danville Avenue is for sale privately The residence is largo commodious md In good repair There eo23i acres particulaMcallSn tonal Bank or James N Cash Tur iersvillc WIHLK Mr D A Gooch and eontverel In Stanford at court Thursday and his vita was visiting a neighbor ircendf fries set fire to end burned his homo tear McKinnoy together with alleits entente The deed was a dastardly me and wo sincerely hope tho guilty artywIH be captured and given the milt of the law to- U J I f l 1 1 jf IP 10 Cents 1 1 rI1 I t For extra good quality IlnmburgEdge 0 i c lcvJc This woWdeelliid a- regulaiwny for 150to 2 ic Thiaepccial price VI for this otns Vong- I 1 j mlt ICYI net I j0 1 t + I 1 I t j 4- r 0 1 f o I j I FOR lotf roller skates Apply at this office v burned out about 40 tele phones for tho Stanford Telephone Co Saturday night IiWANTED Co rent n dwelling of rour orflvo rooms in br near Stanford J M Carter Sr Moreland 4k lION W r II SIiA ro bought of Wal ter Martin of Paris his firm of 160 acres near Stanford for 37000 WE mako a specialty of pleasing par tlcular people Try our Rex coal W guarantee it Denham Bros Foil SAICoRitENTTho Warnc storehouse on East Main Street Apply at once to W K Warner T FOR 3AheThoroughbred S C Brown Leghorn eggs from selects stock Russell Brown Stanford Ky 2t FOR tho beat field seeds at the most reasonable prices come and see us but lour terms on seeds are spot cash Geo D Hopper THE creditors of R L Morton are dl reeled to file their claims with me vent fled an required by law at once J Q Horton admr 0 LISTEN If you want to sage mone on building this year give me your contract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phono 84 SEE my andiomo line of Spring bug gies harness etc Call while you have a largo assortment to select from E To Pence Stanford Ky j W H HIGGINS has a new stock of Rubber and Pebble Top Asphalt Roofing for tobacco barns residences etc Look at hU stork before placing your order NOTICE All persons laving claims galpat the estate of John Z Spoona more deceased will present same to mo properly verified for payment Bet tie Spoonamore Admx 2tc r- jIEJIMr E P Woods agent for he American Hemp Co Lexington ins bought 500000 pounds of hemp at 536 to 6 which will mean a great deal to the farmers of Lincoln county 00o A TEXAS paper bemoans the call ness of the balmy jonqultfecdnt weath lr because it will bring forth tho spring acts earlier titan they should come rot of their holes There U a bitter roe every sweet nnd a dozen thorns for awry rose Tilt mailing of tho etoc holders of- the Crab Orchard Fair Rating Asso ilation which was to have been hold rustjrday was postponed until next Monday March 1 Stockholders will please boar this in mind R H Bro Laugh secretary t0 COMBINATION SALEThe Huatonville Combination Sale Co composed of Messrs George D W atherford A B 3 Dlnwiddie and W S Drye of that place will hold a combination sale of sigh class business horses and jacks it Hustonvillo on March 24 und 25 It will be tho biggest sale over held by Lho company nnd horsemen will be in attendance from all parts of the coun try IREDD Dr Robert G Redd aged 67 tho homo of his brother C A ledd at Crab Orchard about oclock Sunday night of creeping paralysis Dr Redd had been an fnalid for years and md to give up the practice of medicine i good many years ago 6n that account Ho was a splendid old gentleman and was liked by all who knew him The burial win take place in tho old Whitley crying ground today at 2 oclock af ter services by Elder J qLlvlngton- Dr Redd leaves a very comfortable estate leaving no family at all i WE understand that some demo rata who participated In the late prl nary election are gain around tolling heir republican brothers wio to nomi nato for county offeer3 nnd all will bo ovoly in November All that tho JN EKIOR JOUfNL hits to say that it in rites tho gentlemen spoken of to become candidates and Tja nominee for hat election and Jt proposes to skin hem from oend to eondk as well as h6 aggbr on Wo will waitpatient Iy to get a shot at some of these fldls ingulshed1 and we sincerely hoptiwe wO1t be dls8ppoint6di y S WANTED a good farmhand to milk Address Box 196 Stanford Ky +Two No3 Oliver bperiters bull over and with a years guarantee a far Sale Price 45 each M A Johnson Stanford 0 Norrd and accounts collected any where in the United States and no charges unless we collect Mays Collection Agency Somerset Ky THESE beautiful days suggest tho coming of Spring but dont get too en thustastlc March is generally tho meanest month of tho year and you should remember what tho ground hog did I THE Graded School and tho banks ob served the birthday of tho father pr our country yesterday The postoffici officials onlytook part of it but wo poor newspaper people worked the live long day o I STANFORD doesnt stand for patriot ism at all Yesterday was the birth tinyof the father of our Qountry George Washington and only 13 flags bearing the colors of this grand country of ours appeared In Stanford an un lucky number too How the miglitl has fallen 1 o CIRCUIT CoUnTln the circuit court Saturday the jury in the case of Johr liaugh for maiming D C Allen return cd a verdict of guilty fixing his punishment atone year in the penitentiary Dump Adams and Thos Ends for breach of the peace were fined f5 each Wade Hampton for same offense was fined 25 John Singleton disturbing religious worship was hit to the tune of toCoy Montgomery for assault was fined t5 J J Falconberry for same offense was fined 50 Wade Hampton for currying concealed deaf ly weapons was fined 25 and given 10 days In jail On motion of Judge J W r Alcorn Judge Dell was elected chair man of the committee and Clerk Jr F Holdam secretory to draft suitable res olutions on the life of the loto Col T P Hill The committee ia as follows Judges Wed Dell J W Alcorn MrfC Saufley npd JoaBrs1 B Paxton J N Saundtra and P M McRoborts Tho committee will report Friday Tho members of tho bars of adjacent towns ore cordially invited to come and take tart Jim Tall colored wes on trial for shooting George Smith when we went to press ti Revolts At Cold Steel Your only lopesaid tutee doer torsto Mrs M K Fisher Detroit Mjch suiTeriojffiom severe cctat trouble lies in an operation then I used DI Kings New Lffo Pillsjl sbo writes tlll wholly curel1u They prevent A p9Dtllcltls euro Constipa tion Headache 2x at Pennys Drug Store d- Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and cures any form AltDruuse Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE We will on WEUNEHUAY IAltOJ 81000 nt the hQliu oUtn LoulsarIloltzclawde ceased livIrvacbonvlUe K1ICII to tile bottbtddertue prop ertytOWltt Ut tract The dower containing 11 acres ot land with Improvements one KOCH well rl 1ollD contain nbout 0acres of orcliaitl D joocj variety 01 trait Trnut Sol or llnccosndjotnlna this dower Uu tUlt titct M n Rood pond and n spring Luowu nttllo nil fiprlog whlcll wnt nov e kllOWll to 00 dry Tblrland 11 bn sold di soiiurtitetructiunu ntl whole amt the eAt bldrtov Mlll be lin purctuifccr TiioUihU wlllixJiold opt third lath Dhd 1Olllllll1dlln uno II lId two years vita A r cent InUuott 10111110 of aiv until paId with Hen roUlntd ou loud lor mucljuk The personal prop n llof the fol lowln t Anaxtrn trAy cow alh yoiin ralj S uroort mares one la foul to Mllve tlia other to jncU 010 family Iipnr acoliB comma your oJtI by Rllvef King LlerevhnllllbustolN onions nni IsprlugwagonatidltasneYlototmentundhints fiirnltureWCiiver loom lurg und stun fl spinning Wheels worllln Liars ricketc Homo old style uriflturu anti niiinyolli 0 tliliijsnot iimiitloncd TKPM8 OK WAlKAll sutiis UndlrSI Cash in hnnd that niuount nnd over ou a credit of thrto month wltUfl IMT Cent pr ilurvit frqmdato ncaotlnule npd IatyohloIn tho oln National o- hbinfonrHaiowlll romnienoo at 10 oclocl AM Forturtlwrlnforrnntionapply t K II Holtzclaw on said JIOLTZqhAW HBIBB A MVBouBKE Auoioroer f If t yrI1 1 3 5 Cents- s t I J I J J 1 f1 L t I t J For gobdlino qVpalterns of Liven Laces in this lot worth 1t4 and iCc AVc Offer auf in thisildt fur addperyprd1 rt4 1 J I 4 t 1 f- jt II 4 1 1- I t tI H 41 1 0 L It Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin t J Spring Oxfords j Its a little early but wo have a beautiful line Jlnil styles t colors antI prices such as 2strnp colonial combination l strap of itc These arc in tire latest colors wine bloo lgolden brown Ac They have already begun to sell Come in and make your selection before stock is I pickedover We will en deavorat nil times to have out goods in the house as aoouif not sooner than any ono else and we jntcjul to give you the best that the market can afford R1 the lowest possible prices Mike our storeyotir headquarters while in town and iso will f I convince you that Vre have the quality anti our prices riro right t III IrHUGHES MARTIN COI Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY J 4 FIEltD SEEDS 101 It i + +ttH+++++++4H t t 4 tt +t A p 1 flsI I Thievery best the market affordsIat Prices that are right for I 1 SPOT 4rj W E Perkins Crab Orchard t= js 7ationai Jjal 1 Stanford 3ty yj t i t r i t Organized 882 Capital Stock qOOItSurptus and Wndiuititd Profits SdOOO f- L Jffas void L in tDividantisstncQ Organization J2i 50O J fntiila recounls on Our dtr0 OFFICERS J S Hocker President I S THarrie VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier 13 C Baughman Asst Cashr- wwSaundersDookkeeper 1 1 DIRECTORS 1 4 F Reid J H Bauhmati IIHS T Harris no C Robinson I l W B OBannon J S locker CE TatertarL Iff4YS J 1 GOING SOUTHaWinter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale tVlA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and SoutheastTi- cKetsA Good Retarag Until May 31st 1909 x I Write berates suit foldr Jr G RING CPA 101 E Main St tcxlnrfton Ky j S If 4 t 4y 1 a nt i The Interior Journal t Xntered in the PottOffice at Stanford II- IMMclaI matttr L N TIME TABLE No 21 south116 P x No HouthlinMA x No 24 North 440 A M No n North 657 P X No 17 1047 A M No1 240 p x 4 JOB S RICE Agont The Truth Every person in this city who is suf faring from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis+ else can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durgfiists sell ZEMC j PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist 1TANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberla Drug Store in the Owsley Building i Insures Tobacco and Tobacco I lawns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Pbone 84 i Ofllce 95 Insure with mo and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox It a handsome large Bull do tended trom P and unbroken lino of the most noted bulls and cows on the bland of Jersey England and America tits I tiro Is one ot bulls ever imported I and his dam Is a shoV cow that has given 65 1 beI some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail ser 1 vice lie will be allowed to servo n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a tee ol S3 each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred A OTTEIt Telephone SO Stanford Ky N nWe have to otter three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Htandanl Itemedyr the greatest blood and livermOOIClnet known In case of Rheumatism Halt Rheum Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood it has no equal It Is manu factured food act of June 90 1800 and guarantee the manufacturer If the Is taken according to dIrection and If he or she Is not benefited by tho use of the Itemedy we will refund your money AVe can do nothing more package contains 201 doses with n registered guarantee and mailing card with full inst + uctlons We send it to any address by mall on ceipt of II per package or six to IX IlflUer order n box today If taken f time you might save a big doctors bill Itemembcrlf you take the Remedy accord- Ing Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not I Und the remedy In drug stores for sale It is sold only b our authorized t nkUBEN WULIAJIH Agent I Wo Bu- yFURS andiFeather TeIoirB Mwu Ginseng Goldea SestYdllowRootMayADDle Wild Goer etc We an dealer t MtabSAed l856Orw WJccotarrin LouinSe and can do better for yon Oian atcab cr conaiBsson merchant Reference Ill Bank in LownUe WrtU for wall pace lit and dipping leas Lt Sabet Sons 229 E MarketSt LOUISVILLE KT JLBeazleyCo Undertaker and Embalm erstAlso Dealers in Fur niture ilattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give RightrSTANFORD KENTUCKY 1 JC McClary IUndertaker 4 i STANFORD KY 1c O ce Phone i6THomePhono D r DEPARTMEIATIseed 1908 crop J B Walker Richmond Ky Thomas Metcalf sold to L P Yan dell in Boyle 76 1200pound cattle for 4950Henry Fields bought of Thomas Hill of Garrard a handsome threeyearold combined stallion at a fancy price- R K Hart of Flemlngsburff has sold to Warren Bacon of Paris a yearling colt by Peter the Great dam Baron Lassie by Baron Wilkes for 900FOR SALEA good combined mare eight years old kind and gentle and a good looker Black in color and suita ble for family use Colonel Gooch Klngsville Ky FOR SALEBay horse 151 hands high coming four years old in good condition well broke will work any where Price reasonable E G Gil liland Kingsville FOR SALETeam of fouryearold horse mules 16hands high extra good ones Eightyear old family horse and nlneyearw family mare Charles Lutes Hustonville FOR SALK 1000 barrels of good sound corn 12 or 15 cars of timothy hay and a nice road horse heavy enough far carriage or rockaway four years old and gentle I S Tevis Shel by City Ky 4t The great trottihg stallion C F Clay was found dead in his paddock He was the sire of 68 trotters in the 230 limit and was the only stallion in Ktntucky that was the sire of three trotters that averaged 205 for their best records George T Higginbotham for years sheriff of Garrard county as well as one of her most prosperous farmers has recently bought a very handsome farm in Fayette county It is known as the Wm Fields farm contains 143 acres and the price paid was 200 per acreLancaster Record- J A Robinson of Boyle sold to P Wooldridge of Louisville the famous broodmare Lady Preston by Preston for 1500 This mare is the dam of Queen of the May which Mr Wool dridge bought of Mr Robinson for 500 later selling her to Lawrence Jones for 5000 Lady Preston is only nine years oldMaster Commissioner John A Judy sold at auction at Mt+ Sterling 124 acres of land belonging to John McClain at 120 He also sold a threestory brick building used for the postoffice to C H Petrey for 12000 Fopr or 500 mules changed hands at prices ranging from 100 to 260 Three cars of heavy mules were purchased for Southern markets at on average 0180 and 3600 rangingnMinister to small daughter of the house Such a pretty little kitten came to our house today Would you like to have It to play with my dear Small daughterI spect it belongs to my papa anyway MinisterHow is that my child Small Daughter Cause I heard papa tell a friend he had lost the kitty last night The jury in cam of Walker Dun can who was defendant in a 10000 damage suit brought by Mrs Newton Hazelett widow of tne man whom Dun can killed in an alleged night rider raid in Shelby county last summer failed to agree It stood six for acquittal and six for damages Lumbermen are maintaining an ex pensive lobby at Washington in the hope of preventing a reduction of the duty J E Defrebaugh is in charge of the headquarters and Representatives Langley and Edwards of Kentucky are two of tho Congressmen working in the interest of the lumbermen Foleys Orlno Laxatlvecures coast tljeIsuperior to pills and tablets us itdoes not gripe or nauseate Why take anything else New Stanford Drug Co does love story r always end with the marriage of the interested partiesYou would likefurtberparHculare2- I would Take the case of Ivanhoe and Rowena for instance Did they keep house or board Tho cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is flno jn flavor and is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30tninutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample flee Sold by Pennys Drug Store A tickling odry ughetas bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store What will be the slogan of tho nextI administration Lishould say the square meal SlghtjTherelere who are knockers by nature Whats the boat thing to induce heat expansion Medals t t9 Notice To Contractors Letting Monday rich i 09 Notice is hereby given that Ias Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday March 1 1000 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county Ky All bidsfor furnishing hauliugbrcaking and spreading stone and gravel must be scaled and filed with me on or before 10 oclock A M Monday March 1 1009 at Stanford Ky and no bids will be received after time Contracts will bo let to the lowest and best bidders and contractors will be required to give bond with surety to bo approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within tho time and under the condi tions hereinafter mentioned Stanford it Danville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites gatq 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Mrs Whites gate to Boyle county line 30rods of stone or gravel Stanford Rush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford t Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 35 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods of stone or 30 rods gravel Stanford t Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford t Hustonvillo pike to Hang ing Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville Hustonvillo pike 20 rods gravel- Stanford f Mili dgeville pike Sec 1 from Stanford r Hustonvillo pike to McCornincks Church 10 rods gravel Same Sec 2 front McCormack Church to Millcdgevillo 10 rods of gravel Stanford Preachersvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Wilkersona Branch 20 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from WHkersong Branch to Crab Orchard Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Stanford t Crab Orchard pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ifaughmans gate 40 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Baughraaus gate to Byvatere gate 15 rods of stone or 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Bywatcrs gate to Crab Orchard 25 rods of stone or gravel Stanford Ottenhcim pike Sec 1 from Stanford 7syuesburg pike to J G Lynns 20 rods of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from J G Lynns to Boouea shop 15 rods stone or gravel Same Sec 3 from Boouos shop to Ottenheitu 10 rods of gravel Stanford t Dix River Sec 1 from Stanford t Crab Orchard pike to Hadens Switch 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Hadcns Switch to Trajlors lane 30 rods of gravel Same Sec 3 from Traylors land to Gar rani line 20 rods of gravel Stanford tLancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Logans lane 20 rods of stono or 25 rods of gravel Same Scc 2 from Logans lane to Garrard line 15 rods of gravel Stanford Waycesburg pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ottenlieim pike 15 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Ottenhcim pike to May wood road at foot of Knobs 25 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Maywood road to Carters Store 20 rods of stone Same Sec 4 from Carters Store to Hutchisons Schoolhouse 15 rods of stone Same Sec 5 froth Hutchisons School house to Butts Store 15 rods of stone Same Sec G from Butts Store to Kiugsvillo pike20 rods of stone Same See 7 from Kingsvillo pike to George Gaines 15 rods of gravel Same Sec Srom Games to G W Clifts 25 rods of gravel Sumo Sec 0 from G W Clifts to Wayuosburg 8 rods of gravel Stanford Hustonville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs Store 30 rods of stone Same Sec r from Cashs Store to Hanging Fork 30 robof stone Same Semi from Hanging Fork to Hustonvillo40 rods of stone or 50 rods gravgh- IIustonvillo it Cofleys Mill pike Sec 1 from Hustonvillo to WTO Car sons 20 rods of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from Wm Carsons to Mt Salem 30 rodsofstoueorgravel Hustonvillo it Bradfordsville pike whole road 15 rods of gravel Hustouvillo it Danville pike Sec L from Hustonvillo to Black pike 50 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 50 iods gravel Hustonville it Carpenters Creek pike 40 rods of stone or GO rods of gravel IIustonville it McKinney pike 10 rods of gravel McKinney it Coneys Mill pike Sec 1 from South Fork pike to tailgate 20 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from tollgate to Fair place 40 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Fair place to Mt Salem 40 rods of stone Sahel Sec 4 from Mt Salem to Casey line 15rodkof stono McKinney it Turners ville pike from McKinney to John Murphys 30 rods of gravel McKinney South Fork pile 30 rods of street Turnersyjllo it McKinnoy pike 50 rods of gravel Turncrsvillo it McCormacks pike Sec 1 from Turnersvillo to Sam Jlelnis 8 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Sam Helms to 0 BishopelS fads gravel Same See 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick 10 rods of gravel Black pike 15 rods of gravel Crab Orchard Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Crab Arcliardto0 W Evans place 30 rods stone Same Sec 2 from EvdiiV place to Garrard line 25 rods of stone Crab Orchard it Chappells Gap pike whole road 35 rods of stone or gravel 7 Dnnvillo Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone Lincoln Boyle pike 5 rods of gravel Kingsvillo t Pleasant Point pike Sec 1 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 frOlCascycounty road to Kingsvillo 20 rods of gravel Rowland CutOff piko 10 rods of gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet M Hand broken stone and gravel must be on wnrgin of toad 9r vctiou by Sept 15 1909 All gravel must bo spread before Octr 15 idOY All metal is to be measured by the supervisor who may designate vviVu and where iwisto be spread AH crushed stone must be spread not later than Jan 1 110IAll stone furnished must be good Round hard limestone or quartz and broken into picsnot to exceed two inches in diameter Tile gravel must be clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinnoy i Cofleys Mill pike andTurhersvilloit McKinney pike must be from GrceaRiver f The court or itsrepresentativo may reject any materialjnotof proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will bo broken by hand or crushed I 7 The superyistfrjreservea tIre right to reject any anti allbids lank forms on which bids lo made can be obtained from the CountyJClerk Copies of bonds may btfijjthincd at thb County Clerks office i Lincoln county otybs a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted to use it at 1 period S K DUDDERARSup- ervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County I T 4 K c rT GlearaneSaleIAll I be sold at cost CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now i 1148 815 Coot now 0 48 812 CO Coat now 8 18 810 Coat 110W G flS 820 Suit now 815 48 817 GO Suit now 12 18 815 Suit now 0 08 812 50 Suits now 8 118 810 Suit now 6 48 87 50 Suit now 4 08 85 Suit now 3 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 1 815 Coat now 80 44 1 812 50 Coat now 8 18 810 Coat now 6 03 87 50 Coat now 4 08 85 Coat now 3 48 t 84 00 High Top Shoes 83 48 i 83 50 High Top Shoes 82 08 GOc heavy fleeced lined under wear j 39c Boots len uid Wom ens IttUtblbers All reduced accord- Ingly t SAM ROBINSON I STANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank 1 Tobacco GrOwerSIr Stop at W II HIGGINS and see the BEMIS Trnn planter lnotthe roots are covered by dry firm dirt which can not bake and which retains the moisture underneath t- It will pay you to investigate before f setting yourplauts mW H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln bounty national Bank j Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 ItSurplus 3800000 i Resources 34000000 S1 SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIERi j W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSl J B 0vscy StanfordiS II Shanks Stanford Oco W Carter Stanford Join U W II Shanks Stanford T 0 HunIkin TraylorGilberts I II Cummins Prcachcrevilic Li1hurnIGoocli GilberU Creek If you want to keep posted on political j doings in Kentucky sub scribe for the 1 IeitucHy State Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for price and particulars to IliW P WALTON Frankfort Ky t THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY I IS YILONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOHPOHtTCD If you want your Prescriptions carefully fillIed and made fromltheBest and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts I c rl r 11 t 0JWG057 aTANe01Di