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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 23, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909022301_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 23, 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. l"WTn-- " WM1"" frm)(nr .p-- " - The Interiop Journal. YOL. XXXVI. Here and There. Col. T. W. Moore, a millionaire er and oil producer, Marietta, O. W. !!. Trumbull, lter II. Trumbull & broker, of Boston, bankruptcy. died STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. NEWS NOTES. I). P. Frazee, ono of tho most promHarry J. McDonald, a midshipman at inent business men of Lexington, Is tho Naval Academy from Kentucky, dead. has resigned. Seven shares of bank stock sold at Three women aro dead and two men $185 nt Richmond. It was Madison are seriously ill as a result of eating National stock. poisoned sausage at Memphis. Charles Gillespie, a Negro, charged At Hydcn, Nelson Salyera, tho eldest mnn In that section of tho State, died with criminal assault was put to death in the electric chair at Richmond, Va. at tho age of 101. Michael Simpson died at his homo A decrco of divorce with alimony of at Tcatcrsville, Garrard county, of the $fi,000 a veor and the custody of her Infirmities of old age. son was awarded Mrs. WilliamJ. Lcmp, Walter I'arrott, 2.1 years old, residing Jr., in St. Louis. Tho rivers and harbors bill, reported near St. Mary's, was run over and cut to pieces by a freight near his homo. to tho House, carries nearly $10,000,000 Hon. Shelby Gibson, aged 81, and part of which is to be used for surveys father of Dm. Hugh, Mom and Ilcrt of Kentucky streams. Gibson, of itichmond, died at that place. Tho Kllgore, Tex., State Bank was J. O, Itcid, an employe, fell 'JO feet robbed. Tho vault door was filed into through an clovator shaft at the Lan- and tho money safe blown open. The caster roller mills and was seriously in- robbers secured $3,400. Becauso of recent illness Admiral jured. Mrs. Hester Young, of Jessamine Dewey has declined tho President's incounty, has brought suit against Matt vitation to go to Hampton Roads to Young for 120,000 for killing her hus- witness the review of tho battleship fleet. 23. 1009. no. ioi; ) POLITICAL. Gov. Glllctt, of California, has signed the gambling bill. Representative Hepburn denounced tho rules of tho House in a vigorous speech. President Roosevelt signed the special act relating to the salary of Secretary at bankhis homo In of tho firm of WaCo., bankers and filed a petition In ci Gov. Willson ha fixed Friday. April the bancinc of William Carter, tho Loulavlllo Negro, who is under senOth for of State. Councilman John F. Kin, of Pittsburg, was found guilty in connection' with tho bribery Bcandal in that city. Judge L. W. Bcthurum has announced for 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 tho University of Michigan. In tho dis tence of death. The West Virginia Scnalo voted down tho proposition to submit to tho voters of tho State n prohibition amendment to tho Constitution. Thomas S. Doty, a Kcntuoklan, who for many years had been prominently connected with tho legal bar of Gold-fiel- 1 Nov., is dead. Daniel W. Whltcneck, a revenue atorckccpcr died at Lawrcncoburg from blood poisoning, resulting from cutting his finger on a bottling machine Over GO per cent, of tho rural freo delivery mall routes to bo established this year will bo in tho South, whero band. At Harbourvlllo odlccrs rounded up the demand for the servico has grown alleged "bootleggers" and mado severrapidly. al arrests, the offenders being caught Tho explosion of n salt works boiler killed William "with tho goods on." An organized at Hartford. W. Va., beis Smith, engineer, and William Harnett gang said to bo peddling whisky Three other men were se- tween Corbin and Middlesboro, making fireman. nil tho towns regularly. riously injured. Hon Itoyd Winchester, lawyer, writVice President Fairbanks has accepter and diplomat, is believed to be dying In vltatlon to address tho Legised an 72 years old nnd lature of Indiana on Mun-- 8. The in- in Louisville He is vitation was extended at tho suggestion was a member of tho famous class of 1855 at Center College, was onco minof Gov. Marshall. ister to Switzerland and has practiced apTho Senate passed tho pension W) propriation bill shortly after it was re- law for over years. At tho annual meeting of the NaHouso amendment reducported. Tho ing the number of agencies from 18 to tional Vaudeville Association in Columono was not concurred In by tho upper bus, O., L. II. Ramsey was elected secretary, which makes Lexington the body. Hubert II. Hledsoe, of Dallas. Tex., headquarters of the association of vauItarfisey who on Tuesday hut entered tho homo deville managers and installs a millionaire as manager of the Hippodrnmo Co. of Lawrence M. Jones, Near Winchester, Zeko I'uckctt, of merchant of Kansas City, and attemptson lyed to oxtort $7,000 from him, was sen- Log Lick, found his He In tho penitentiary. ing dead across his plow beam. tenced to 30 years Homer Pollard, incarcerated on the and his son wero at work on their farm charge of forgery, and Olllo Ball, for and tho father noticing the son's team horso atcnling, broke jail nnd, escaping, standing still for some time, went over took to the woods. As Boon as the of- to investigate. He called nnd received ficers learned of tho elopement a hot no answer When ho came up to the chase was Riven the fugitives and they plow he found the boy dead. In reversing the judgment of tho wero finally recaptured nnd are now behind tho prison bars at Lancas. Hoylc circuit court in tho case of Sam again ucl Harding's administrator vs Lucy ter. W. Harding, the court of appeals or tiers the payment of $5,000 to tho nd Washington Onco Gave Up lo three doctor; was kopt In bed for ministrator fur his services, which the llo weeks. Mood poison from aspld-e- r' court says involved him in a family blto caUHod largo, deep sores to quarrel and engendered animosity to eoer hU leg. The doctor failed, then ward him on the part of bis brorher's "Hucklen's Arnica Salvo completely widow nnd her people. An cstato of cured me," writ's John Washington, about $60,000 is involved. Through an advertisement in newsof IJosquevIllo, Tex. For eczema, bolls burns and piles Its supreme. '2Tv at papers the heirs of Press Griffin, an ex- Confederate soldier of Garrard county, Penny's Drug Store. have been found in West Virginia. He "A farmc is a tiller, is he not?" was a bachelor and went to that county "Yep." in lSOTi and by hard farm work accu"And the thing that steers a boat is mulated a valuable blue grass farm nnd a tiller?" aomo money. Ho died last summer "Yep only tho farmer don't steer no leaving n legacy of abouc $12,000 to an mule."-Houst- on host, he steers an old dun elder brother whom ho had not seen or Post. heard of sincu thO'Surrender at Appomattox. Tho brother has Pnoumonla Follows LaGrlppo dead Ave yearselder ho left a widowbeen and but Pneumonia often follows lu grippe three children who are now on their but never follows tho use of Foley's way to claim the legacy. Press Griffin's Honey and Tar, for la grippe couch brother was a poor blacksmith. Who and deep seated colds. Kefuso any says it does not pay to advertise ? yellow puckagc. genuine hi the but the New Stanford Drug Co. Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange & TITLE CO., 1 Utrtinmlolh-.'routbulldlng- ) acres on tho WnyncshurK plki. No. house, near Highland. nice orchard. Thtaproper-t- y la well la near church mid achool-hou.worth the price. ISiIuerea, mlla8outh of (Villi OrNo. chard, on the Htulo rond, hua it house, good Iwrn, orchard mid la well wittered, about let acre ol till land la Uiliom liindtind priduceltnrropa. A Iwiruiiln lit IA; t cosh, balance In one iiinl two ear. No. 8 US item nil lluck Oreek, ui'iir hou.e, lmi mid other out. price, $, Iiulldltniajplenl) of wulcr, feu. 1( (Ireen, Hock-ca.ucrea, ui'nr No. county, Ky. Tlil.rnrnilm.il new frame liouae, wouldco.it to liullil now 2,itl; good Isirii, crlli, Ac, located near ctiurcli nnd achool. TliU I. nlw home and unu Im bought for 110 pur ncru, cu.h; remainder In I J months. Foloy's Houey and Tur clears tho No. & 1H3 iiciik adjoining tliH iilxive farm, liioiiir.i. In cultivation. Dwelling of 4 rooma; air passages, stops the Irritation In Kood barn nnd ullier outbuilding; nlcu Oneof the lioat spring in tho coun- tho throat. Soothes tho intlumed ty. Price U,SiiU hull cuah, buluuco 1 una 1 ). two-ator- y ll veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot between a desperate lung trouble and tho grave to emiso his death. "I contracted u stubborn cold," he writes, "that developed a cough that stuck to me, in splto of all remedies, for jears My weight ran down to 130 pounds. Then I began to use Ur. King's New Discovery, which restored my health completely. I now wolgh 178 pounds." For severe Colds, Coughs, Hemorrhages,' Asthma, and to prevent Pneumonia It's unrivaled 60e and il Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Guest Walter, boll my eggs four minutes. Walter Yes, sir; bo ready in half a second, sir. Soldlor Balks Death Plot. but not fntally. It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war The Houso of Representatives K V ,. Don't drug the Stomach, or stimulate tho Hoart or Kidneys. That Is wrong. It Is the ueitk uorves that uro crying out for help. Vitalize those weak Inside controlling nerves with 0Uier acre. No. narei. near Htaurord, Ky In see o nice Itrnpo, with ull neoua.ary butldluga.eto., Dr. Shoop's Kestorutlve, and quickly good health will come to you emi bo bguKhl worth the money. For' full pirtlcuUra in regard to all tb agaVu. Test It and see I Sold by Pen-n- y above forma, aeo or write I.. It. Hughe or 'J Drugstore. James I. White, Htanford, Xy. WW. 11 acres adjoining farm No. 1 nnd acres in cultivation, balance In UoikI wlilt.) oak, hickory nnd aonin lino log liuau mill good urcli cedar. Una aril; wylt Wutercd. Unih price, J,uuu, neur MureUburg, Ky., 160 7 iSWucre No. acre In cultlHtlon, good dwelling house, bam anil necessary outbuildings, II nu water nnil cnool.churclinntl It. It. station, l'rlce, cn.li, Imlalue luoiiB uuil twojear. f.t,!D; No.S 111 ncrea, ncarUouwiiy, Ky.j nearly till larni la nllolmeadow; veryliottom land, Hue for corn good dwelling houie;uew nnil burn nnd uther building; on county roinl.d mile from Hereu (Jollege, Uiuh price, !, year. No. ISO A A. tliti-lK- r, membranes, and tho most (obstinate cough dlaappcars. Sore and Intlumed lungs are healed-anstrengthened, and the cold IsexpoMed from tho system. Refuse any but the genuine In tho yellow package. Now Stanford Drug Co. Even combining the minimum of weight with the maximum of power will not always make tho airship fly. t roni Oral) Orchard. ThU farm adjoin, the Ike ami ia part oi win iieu. i.vans luriu. T'liU la llnii Ittlul ulld lu good condition; nil necesaary buildings. ThU I a burguln at 10-- 4S desires that Kentucky have representa tion at this great exposition of tho awTJrj7-..7-BaMjajaa passed Northwest and selected commissioners to go. They are: who have planned tho fortifications bill and sent the The sundry Edward M. Flexner, Louisville; J. R bill to conference. civil bill, which was reported, makes no Lemon, Mayfield; B. B. Ross, Shelby- change in the limitation put upon the vllle; S. M. Saufley, Frankfort. W. R. activities of tho secret service. The Lyons, Horso Cave. Tho Senato was tho sccno of a bitter bill carries a 1,000,000 appropriation for tiio prosecution of land frauds in personal controversy between Senators Penrose nnd La Follette. Tho Penn the West. Herbert Knox Smith. Commissioner sylvania Senator denounced his Wisof Corporations, has made public his consin colleague as a "claptrap statesreport on tho American Tobacco Com- man" and charged that Mr. La Follette pany in which ho gives the history of had practically done no work in com ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Range to buy; a full favor; money maker tho growth of the big corporation, mittee since he had been a member of tho best baker. A largo lino of select from and we will appreciate a call. which ho says now dominates tho in- tho Senate. The attack was called dustry absolutely. This report will be forth by Mr. Lt Folletto's strictures on imfollowed by others dealing with prices tho custom of tho Senato to allow portant legislation to bo crowded into and profits and competitive methods. Robin J. Cooper was the first witness the last few days of tho session. Hit Joseph Price Sanatorium, When introduced for tho defense at Nashville Hoxamethylonototramlno North lJincnsterHtri'i'tr in tho case of tho men charged with tho The ubove Is tho name of a German Hitvoynur measure tuUen by u tailor of murder of former Senator Edward W. Then) our clot lies, wuetheru low Stanford, Kentucky. Is ono of tho many urlce busliiexr suit or the llueat eveulnir. Cooper was on the stand ull chemical, which Carmack. will lmui that Individuality ami lit vuluablo Ingredients of Foley's Kid- Kor Treatment of lHn'iin'a of ttlo Kye, Noae, cloth".,plainly day. He declared that Carmack fired which Indicate they were made to s Tliruut. Knr, (li'iillo-rrinarHoxamethylenetetru-mlnoiHictul )our ineuaure, I wlllulao take your meastho first two shots. His part in the ney Hemedy, Hatvni unci Hurler' ure for entru trousera, fancy veata, top rocognized by mod leal text coataand ocrconW. Kail and Winter sum- tragedy, ho said, camo about through pie ou baud rtady. for your Inapectlou. authorities as u i.urio acid his eirorts to keep his father, Col. D. books nnd 1 II.O. HUl'LKY.TueTallor, solvent and antiscptlo for tho urlno. B. Cooper, out of trouble. HtrtnforU, Ky. Kidney Komody as soon as you notice aiy Irregularities, and Mr. Watterson reiterates with more Tim anfeat, aureat and moat uilt'tiuutt) Now StanBIG for Uio future la a policy In SALE I emphasis than ever that a democrat can avoid a serious malady is well for ford Drug Co. not bo a prohibitionist, It The Mutual Benefit Life him that Editor Lew B. Brown, lato of Capt. Timothy Hasset, of tho Olean, llavluu dechled to retire from the Jack Insurance Co. bualneas, on account uf my age, I will tell Harrodsburg, has to gone Florida to N. Y police force, was killed by a ut public auction on live, and Editor E. C. Walton, of Stan- burglar whom he caught in tho act of It la conaplcuuua for economical liiniuiKO-men- t, liberality of Its policy contract., fair puimirAKY.srTit.ivw, ford, Is forgetting tho cares of life robbing a business office. Tho police- tlualliiK with IU member and large returns policy Uoldera. at lOo'olocIs A.M. among tho Bcenes of his childhood in man shot tho burglar four tlmea and it toTim company lJut entering ttio all of my Jack, and Jennets. Allot which old Virginia. Kentucky State Journal. is believed he cannot recover. have animal.. SIXTY FOURTH YEAR are .trlctly rirt-cl- animal lor Ut1 year been career Kith mora a breeder of these out of the bu.lnets onand of a auceesaful bulne accounty than I am only nettlnif policy Pains of women, head pains, or any all otherholdera In Lincoln Provoutics- - tboso Candy Cold Curo cuuipnulen combined. Write for count of my extreme age. the tale will ho Hhould stopped In 20 minutes sure, with particular!. atuttug ngoaud whether mar- conductedthe weather tie budDinner wilt be Tablets will safely and quickly check pain under shelter, or alngle to served on the yrouuds. oall colds and the Grip, Trytbem Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Soo ried K. M. NKWLANU.Hpeclol Avt. write tor catalogue.. Myers Hou Flats, Htaurord. once and see 48.25c. Sold by Penny s full formula on 23o. Box. Sold by J, I'.MABimusos 'UK.. James I, White, 1'urk.svillv, Kyf Penny's Drug Store Hollcltor (or llockcastle Co, Drug Store. Three persons wero burned to death and four were fatally injured by an explosion of a keg of mining powder in a coal miner's homo near Colliers, W. Va. The possibilities of the wireless seem to be almost unlimitpd. Communication was had between Los Angeles and tho Hawaiian Islands, a distanco of miles. President Roosevelt announced that a call would bo issued nt onco for a world's conference on tho conservation of natural resources to bo held at The Hague next September. Caleb Powers presented a petition and made formal application for pardons for John Powers, Charles Finley and W. S. Taylor at Frankfort. Gov. Willson was not in his office at tho 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 5,000 and C, 000 It is announced in Madrid that King Alfonso has accepted the role of arbi trator in the dispute between Germany and Kngland regarding the boundaries of Wolfish Bay on the southwest coast of Africa. Members of Congress are sharply criticising Senator Beveridgo for hi3 absence during the closing days of the session. It is believed that Mr. Beveridgo is absenting himself to avoid reporting the joint statehood bill. Stewart Douglas Robinson, son of Douglas Robinson, President Roosea sophomore at velt's brother-in-law- , Harvard University, fell from n sixth-storwindow Saturday night and his dead body was discovered early by a policeman. A dramatic scene took place in the Chicago Federal building when Col. W. F. Tucker nnd his wife met beforo the army retiring board, which is considering Col. Tucker's case. Mrs. Tucker fainted on tho witness stand, but was soon revived. A mob of more than COO persons gathered in the 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 the town. Tho foreigners fired into the crowd, two boys being shot, y trict, Judge Chas. D. Newell was nominated by tho democrats for circuit judge of that district Saturday. Tho first woman ever to hold a position with the Stato Board of Equalization 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 Congressional district at tho Tar i IT National Convention in session atlndianapolir. J. M. Dickinson, of Tennessee, will bo Secretary of War in tho Taft Cabinet. Charles Nagel, of St. Louis, will be Secretary of Commerce and Labor and R. A. Balllngcr will bo Secretary of tho Interior. E. B. Hoover, one of tho three candidates for State Senator in the 22nd Sen atorial district, has withdrawn from tho race. His withdrawal leaves tho contest to two candidates, Dr. T. R. Welch nnd Hon. 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 collect ta.fes in advance of tho time they aro due the Treasury will be depicted by April 1. Tho republican district committee of Pulaski called a primary in the circuit judge's race for April 3 and fixed the entrance fee at $1,500 We don't blame Bro. Jarvis for not tackling the ma chine nnd putting up such n big entrance fee 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 Legislature from Campbell county, was arrested by Postoffico Inspector C. G. Swain charged with misappropriating 427 VG from the money order depart- Tallor-Ma- de cmmim. 'I You will find 500 samples on our counters, from which you can make a selection for a Tailor-Mad- e vSuit. We have the latest styles and patterns. Satisfaction guaranteed. No fit; no sale. i Cummins as - & Wearen, i J STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ment. The Tennesssee Legislature overrode tho vetoes of Gov. Patterson, passing over his protest the bills providing for a compulsory legalized primary and for creating, without aid of tho executive, Stato and county election boards. Three separate messages were sent in by the governor, in which he declared the bills wero neither fair nor just, and asserted that the "force bill," which onco threatened the South, was not more odious to a freo people than these three K.,1- - ,'' -- i ,a liaESSESS I tvMfiii W HiJi measures. Gov. Willson has appointed commissioners to represent Kentucky at the Exposition which will be held at Seattle, Wash , Juno 1 to Oct. 15, this year. Tho governor n B5T"F:fl iniiiJiijiiiiiiiifiaftfJiBlfeSjSssgSiquIlllHSNifc " i sHmH i nt ii "faMWIWwMWttJwWrivH AJJBBBBayWi post-offi- GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. Ordering Clothes Safeguard the Future Tako-Foloy'- s JACK - I, VI 1 . jk.i - e r fi I J The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer county, la n candidate for Com monwealtli Attorney of this, the latli in dl ilillsiilct, subject to the notion ot the deniosrntlcpnrty. JOHN 8AM OWSLEYt JR., Inn cnmtldnto for ell cult Judge of this. th tilth district, st'inccl to t.ie nct'oii ot fie DrtuocMtlcpi.tr. M. C. 8AUFLEY It n cnndldntc for circuit Judgo of thli, tbe iami jutiicini ni.mci, .uiijcci 10 mo ncuou of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket. Kor HtnleHennior, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county, l'or ltcprentntl.o, - W. H. SHANKS Kor Obuniy Judge, JAMES P, BAJLEY Kor County Atto. ney, Kor Circuit Tor Hit ' W.S.BURCH t'lei", HrT J, D. SWOPE W. L. McCAH': Y Kor County Court Work, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailor, DiK FARMSR Tor AMMof, JOHN C PEPPLES .For Huperlntendent of Hehools, ' GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner. GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Mnglstrnte'Htnnfonl Dltirlct, JAMES McKECHNlE For Constable Htnn.'ord District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crnb Orchnrd District, J. WARD MOORE For Msglstrnle Hustontllle District, I. K HELM, SR For Constable Ilustonrlllo District, L. E. TRUE For Mnglstrnfu Wnyooburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM ForComtnble Wayneburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH Wm. H. Taft, president-elect- , 13 a Master Mason. The impressive ceremony which brought him that distinction was conducted by Charles S. the "Most Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the MoU Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Ohio." The highest .Masonic authorities of 17 States witnessed Mr. Tnft'a admission into the order, as did a body or men representing distinguished citizens of Cincinnati and the member. of Kilwinning Lodge, of which Alfonso Taft, father of the president-elec- t, was a member, and in which Chatles P. Taft was inducted under the auspices of his father. The Scottish Hi to Cathedral, Cincinnati, an ancient edifice devoted to the higher degrees of Masonry, was the scene of the ceremony. The nro- cedure, which culminated in the decla ration that Mr. Taft was a Mason, oc cupied 35 minutes. Hos-kinso- Judgk William Howakd Taft said farewell to his Cincinnati home Friday beforo leaving for r.t least four years' He made a residence at Washington. speech on tho floor of tho Chamber of Commcrco in tho afternoon and that night wns tho guest of honor at a ban- nuet given by tho Knockers' Club, an The New York World's editor, who adjunct of tho Business Men's League. has been indicted in connection with Mohb than 31.000 men will march In tho charges against tho Panama Canal - l,'e Taft parade at the inaugura ion, steal, soys that Roosevelt is pro:titutIng his great ofTice to justify personal 22.000 soldiers and 9.000 civilians. Thero r, organizations of whlto men, nine malice. The libel proceedings have no are of Negroes, one of Indians nnd the other object than to enable Roosevelt special lot of admirers. to use the machinery of the United Bradley personal desires State to satisfy tho Only nine more days of Teddy. It u for revengo. "Wo say this reluctantly, sad to think how bad tilings will go but say it without qualification, be- when he no longer holds the country up cause it is true. Roosevelt is an epi- by the tail. sode. Tho World is nn institution." If the masteryof the courts can Lc suborCHURCH MATTERS. of freo ' dinated to tho suppression The Sunday school nt tho Christian speech or a Tree press, this country is morning was tho largest in a bad way, and wo shall scan become church Sunday present. Tho I for two years, 162 being vassals 'nster.d of peers. collection was $6 47. Uw nrnvldinjr somo way that will distinguish a mar rled man from a single man as "Miss" and "Mrs." show the social relations of women. They do not suggest a title, leaving that to the inventive genius of the solons. As thero la no law providing the titles of "Miss," "Mra." or "Mr.," legislation on tho subject will bo in tho initiative. The Legislature of Illinois can do a great deal, but it may be doubted whether it could securely attach to unmarried men n title that would indicate thrlr celibacy. It might be mor6 easy for tho law to require all married men to wear a badgo n for tho Information of tho young of Illinois, or perhap3 a collar would bo moro appropriate to show their condition of servitude. Tho sub ject is a deep and important one and Its solution by the la.v makers of the Garden Stato will bo looKed forward to with interest. Chicago men at least should have their social condition designated In some way. wo-me- I.l.1.t,Ir Chicago women are appealing to the .. Public sentiment la dead down on po-- If You Wartt To Crown Corn. litlcal bribery and that means that It' Alfn.lfn, hogs nnd entile come to 'flutlf r CO s,:ss in iiniirotru inriiiB,suii'irv.., has got to stop. A bank president in neni lur J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Km. Pittsburg has been convicted of giving T a councilman $15,700 to procure tho passage of an ordinanco making his bank a depository for city funds. Only No.ffl. K. A A. a few weeks ago a railroad president In Lincoln romimiiilcntlonunrnch M.wlll meet tinted first nnd of T:.l was convicted of offering $70,000 to a third Monday nlitht. on rnch month, ntHtnti- Main afreet, o'clock In their hnll o Pittsburg councilman to procuro n of fnrd.kr. Memlier.on sister Iodize, lire frn- .. ."."". renny, for his company. The peniten- ternnlly Invited to prevent. u. 1,. W. M.,T. W ruintngtoii,Hof, tiary is a lamentable end for eminently respectable business men to reach, but political bribery has got to bo stopped. f.lnroln Notice U lierehy glcn Tho man who gives a bribo is as bad as county bond, of .trie. "II."thnt nil Mnrch I, Issued of one who takes It, and tho vicious liw. redeemable In lijenrs with prh liege In; the imylng In loyenrs from nld ilntsf, will practico can only be stoppped by mak- jiiild on tho lit Uny of .Mnrrh, h'V, on Lincoln County Nntdnial ing it too hazardous to demand black-ma- ll ltimkHiiil to thoInicre.l tin, .nme will .top thnt litter .nld ditto Totiil iiliiutint II3SM. money. or to offer corruption I MASONS' MEET. frnn-chls- NOTICEI n The Boys' Chance. more weeks, we are going to put on sale some special things in Junto. McUvchnlo.ti Ilurch.Couiiulttie. Thl.Jnn.2l !!.. II. Cooler nnd W.H. BE- - Just to keep things a little lively for a few NEW ILACKSMITH AND PAIR SHOP. I hnve opened 11 lilnck.mlth nnd Koncrnl repair .hop nt my home, the old tollgntv nrciiMTly on tho Htniifortl like nenr IIIUI- lonwno, nun n.K 1, annre 01 inn punno on- HlKtoiiWIlo, Ky tronnste. l'.M JKK, B. D. CARTER, at a rediculously low price. 50 pairs knee pants 50-ce- nt Boys' Clothing f of boys' Now Livorv at 25 cents; Dopot Stroot, Phono OO, The mail order journals havo ed tho countiy and now cornea "An,ti-Mail flood- Order Journal" to counteract their efforts. Its object is briefly stated to promote tho prospei-ilwelfaro and happiness of the merchant and dealer in small towns and The immediato result communities. sought, and toward the accomplishment of which this publication is to be directed, is to break tho hold of the Mail Order Monoply and turn the business now being sent to it to local channels. A great desideration will be accomplished if it succeeds. y, n W. W. Ramsey, former president of the German National Batik of Pittsburg, wrs found guilty in connection with the rc:cntgraft exposures. knee pants at 35 cents, and a few pair of $1 and $1.50 one at 75 CONCRETING cents, $2.50 suits at 1.50,the $3 Suits are re duced to $1.90, a fine lot of $3.50 and $4 Wenre In nosltlan todonll kind, nt such ii. lllock Work, rurement. nnd. In fnct. wo can luuke nny thing from n suits at $2.50 each, a few $5 ones left at house down ton fence oo.t. We enli aeru )oii promptly nnd gunriuitee. ("nil nnd nt our price, work nnd innierlnl. $3.50, $7.50 ones at $5 and the $JO ones at before ) ou !uy your matt rial ut least PHILLIPS BROS.. $7. These are plums worth your picking and you better do your pickingquick. Stan ford, Ky. 75-cen- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. of boys 50 and t nr.t-cln.- a i The Secret of Long Life. A French scientist lias discovered of long life. His method one ilea's with tho Idood. Huti long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric HittOM prolongs life, and makes It worth living. It' purifies, enriches and vitalle" the blood, rebuilds wasted nerve cells, Imparts life and tone to the entire system. Its a godsend to weak, sick and debilitated people. "KIdnoy troublnhad blighted my life for months," writes W. M. Sherman, of Coshiiv , Mo, "IwtKleo-tri- e Hitters cured mo entirely" On'y 59c. at Penny's Drug Store. Mahony & Rankin, These Prices Must Be Cash. INSURANCE, and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Fire, Life, Accident Congressmen elected in November do not havo to serve until the December following a year. Thiy simply look wise in order to make their coctituents think they have done the propar thing in eKcting them. They aho draw their pay with religious reg ularity from tho 4th of March after their election. They have got to get ti wortc or act like men who do work. Tho extra session of Congress to be called for the 15th of March will corral them in Washington and make them try to do somethirg for their per diem per day. Ordinarily H. J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Kllihl of the lending rompmile. of the world representeil. Comjiete In rule, with all the companies of tho world. Eczema is Curable unsurims.nl. .Never lind it la history ZEMO, a scientific preparation fot suit lit thepaid nnd of thl. iii(ene. Ixissr. promptly No external use. Stops itching instantly wattlm? tldnii fur without discount. Inlour tiione). Ileforu and destroys tbe germs that cause skin suring, cnll on diseases. Eczema CJickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. AH Druggists. Write for sam- MAHONY ple. E. VV. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mc. The ltiMirnucc Men of 1'eiiDy'h Drug Stor E2S2SggSg3agS3SS33i3 M New Ledgers, . Journal's And ! 8 RANKIN, $ kv Cash Books $ Dal Yy) schuol to teach the criminally incluud how to break jail and slip oil hand-cuff13 tho latest A young womin in Boston. Miss Lillian Rice, was coming money at $5 a course when tho Kederul authoiitidd caught on and put the enterprising younjj woman under arrest, but sho got permission to go into tho bath room a moment and disappeared, thereby hhowinjr sho was s A correspondence onto her job. There will be live candidates for Speaker of tho next House: Will H. Shanks, of Lincoln; Georgo Willson, of Union; J. C. Pirtle, of Htrdin; Lillard Carter, of Anderson; Clarence U of Bowling-- . Green, and Hai.y Schoberth, of Woodford. We hopo rnd believe that Hon. W. II. shanks, of this place, will land tho plum. is in jail of an old judgment. A man sued him for sending: him to jail, as ho charged, to keep him from voting, and secured a $100 verdict. The jud"e refused to pony up, so ho languished durance vile. If all Jhoso who won't pay judgments were similarly treated more debts would he collected. for The police judge of Jellico Kansas was always noted for Hi cranks, political and otherwise, of which this is further evidence. Tho Senate has passed a bill prohibiting tho sale of liquor for mcllcal, scientific or other purposes. If Kansm has a constitution, such a law ought 'o be bat.rd by it. Gov- - WlLLfaON up tho AitU Saloon Leaguo Convention. Duubil- ho wanted to av.-lenfinlernonls U tweon what tho goviii.ur in South Cer. olino said t th cpui.ior of Noil", a. Cur-ol'n- p4.I Mil. TAiTuay. ho never taxes medi ",0 RCcrot i l''s fine i i.u "at. iisauu, unuutiess, tno tKing of medi-fin- e is the banu of most livti. Tiib Cincinnati Commercial Tribune isstil harulogoiiour old fj.end, Abo Lincoln, beems ta us it is about time to give him a rest. mill pioH.'itv, Vnnun it. tho I: Holler Mills. N n luuoj ilv nit wil.i r vip. city o ,1 i i I. ! ldc uiei I i nl (. at us iIomi. 1 au plant U In oiillv ope jtJoti. lii.mu iii til. ni' ! ii mi, , on not I'ICl'lIrt, 1)1 . uv 1 .If KIl'N to IV. l.'llt 11 V (.iuiiu c.i, Kiel ty of ' ',( I liu.iirK unit is iiinlpiHil ilii t,m liitv.t linpios, il am litis ol V me iuhIiii'sh Hj.ettnblKlitd In ls.onnil ii ml. In ood fanr wltli it liuite, steady IIIKI lllllllll,ll IlllUf. '1 he I slilenrei.ii nen tHo.toiy, 10 loom flume ltil all ,neeess.ii) outhouse.. Im n tniKK'klietl.coru-orlbetc., all In zihmI iu- lot l&lfeet fiont liy oTafiet diip, iiwil ieuiii'iuiiy .uiiuim oy niru muiut s, II") Uvl of colonial isoicli around fiont nnd Little Lotta, who used to jump on .Idea of iioiise. One oft lie most comfort. ilim SlailonUouiity. Attables, do kittenish tricks, and kick up andilislralileliouie. Inof alxa.il u jiures ot tached to 111 Ian plot her heels to tho delight of us who are the mt.v imeit iMittom t'.ian Iilcli tlieiolinonu Latter III the old enough to remember it, is now ck- - TliHWliole pioe tv lies to 'ether In the of ins out pn existence on tho income of a edgi of t,io tovtn vsituCu'iroinstllle. Kv.,n bcHUtlful village ood chuiche. and million of dollars worth of property, school. In tliu Mtllev of luo i:olllnx KorU, 10 mile, fioiii Lelnnou.KT.. tliekeatofllnilon mo.'t of which she made on the stage ounty, where the nearest mill t loc.iteil, and by gold investments, Sho Is very nndwliere till, mill Ii.itn eood tr ule. This I. an unusual opportunity for n bi iuIsoiiib fond of horses and usually has a string homo aiulnp.olltalile.wdllestJiilUinil Tbe whole proiwrtv w ,11 Le sold to the at the Lexington trots. She has grown oiuuer on mo pieuiise.. fat and gray, but still retains some of iniKiie.i m.viiuii iotii. iku, nt h'xccatoi. sale. Teim. tnnde ktiown on tho appearanco that made her so popuilayof ilu. l'or f wit lur Information, cull lar a quarter of a century ngo. uu ur iiuuivbs, T. U..t 11. K. Tkuiiu.nk Kxicutors. JlraJfoiilsvllle, Ky. Vou'VB heard of tho story of a finicky old maid who said sho had dined hearti ly on tho wing of a humming bird, a species of the feathered class generalty We, whose name, appear below, strictly thought to bo too small for eating pur- I forbid liuutlne. II.hlliK or uny kind of tre. passing on our places mid w ill prosecute vi poses, and unfit for it besides. Howev olator. 10 iuu iuii uxiem 01 me law. White. er, a man in San Antonio has just or-- ! Mrs. Walter Wurren. M 1. ..".... 1". V. Curie Leu t. Jiursiu. dered COO humming birds from a game i M. K. Lawrence, 1 ii ieHpoonumoie J.H.lIocUi , J. il. I'ettus, dealer in Mexico. These arc to be serv T.A.I'.lce, .in "uli Ilillou, ej as a course at a banquet, which. If .1.1,. Hoi. t w, Hasty, ',V. I'ulllnm. Mu.J.I'. M' Jl' il I1'.. 1,.II. I,. the rest of tho menu is of a kind, will Me. eri. 00 Williams, is. .,. .im iu urn ier furnish mighty slim pickings for the Jann-r.- C1,. e. J, M. 11. Ifis. Jas llnlnes. Dr. guests. l. Carpenter, J.l;. 0 'Del' ' I'ei ". Tiio'U i, j, is.J. run ii, ii i;u jr A. li.'riioiiiison, We regret to obscrvo that In tho list M.O. " r c . .. oi J. SI. Ware, llBWl 11' (luleheiituiub llro,, of the olllcers of tho National Congress rs J I HI' 'Ml A.T. Truylor, U.. IC..CJ, N. 11. 1'lummer, of Mothers there appaarn the name of ' W.llllester, ll.O. Nuniielley, ono "Miss." It is to bo hoped, how-- 1 J. W. UiiiikUiimu. J.W. I'eck. DivldHtowns, ever, for her eak and tha sako of tho J. I!. Urine, JoliiiUiiuientscb, Win.Oordler. ' lianTra) lor, Congress that it is a misprint. Again, j,,, t. r.iiiitjrv. Kreil llnndorf, CotllhUllck. too, she might havo trouole in oonvine-- , J. J. Iiiontisou I . II. Anderson, Mr and Mm, Jus. 11. Kails " uy" waa J. K. Moser. invc tho other sinten that in. J. A. KII.I.H Mr, Ueo. llurton I Mrs. J. J.KIIIOtt. loian. at home with the children. W. It. lMiiilierty, Kiunk I'oruler, Kav. I'atlierl.io,-I- t. Ir. ii. tl. 1'ii-r- . H II. nallhtiuun, Gov. Vilu.on oi.nouncec on day W.dHlne. itrlHh AllirlHht. Jt LT. 1'UUI. that ho wotil I r 'railt no wrrui ' Mrs. H.irssHret (loooli. Jaww dander W. H T ylor lse.Q. (Iltii, p fur pjridi'i. md the mux ui; , i Mini "olwru. j mi n I.juHo , "permitu I'o . r & Co. to rwrKitj'. Aiii mi HeIBe ... iu nn, A 11, Mntiitjiiv K.T. i.tuxley ly uppeal. ilo dou'UI . . mirtnt in his 1. H (lariiei , ail. J. IS. Husky, 11 ).. Knaiilev, M.J. Moruttl, order that fugitives urn ju3t.ee in i n, i . iiiirris, ll.U. Wutkin.. Cj?bcl ru excepi ' ' I' II daw. ' J.O. Ilundlov ('. K. HcCluro, M' a. Nannie L.Good, AndeisoiiC ., Hum lloiK'cLi'r, ' SEKATOR-ELEC- r W. 0. Ukadlly says W. M. Disiioii, Krrd VonUruenlnun Mis. KnteAdor that if th republican party can not gel T. h. .'ii..uuian. Nledlutx, M;. Itsbeccn , It C'arpouter along without tho itought j.-W. KopuU. MoserV "to go to 1." John b. Lee, T!i Whev our peripatetic battle tquad-ro- n returns, it is said that it will fire over two thousand guns saluting the President on the occssion of the Poads. review at Hampton Tins will make tho sweetest music 'the Pr idtnt ever heard; it will bo almost as good ct a real battle. Incidentally it emphasizn the importance of dissolving tho Powder Trust rnd fcetlin competitive pnen on explosive. It will also call uttention to the.uielc-- s wasto of money e cvS ory shot C03b a numbsr of dol'o' j. forth-camintf Mill, Elevator, Residence and Land For Sale! i'il''pii iil o. Hour ll, fain In tho head rata anywhere, hat lu rnnM, rain Is com estloo. lain It blood pmsura oothlnf else usually. At least, to tan IT fchooo. an,l to roT It ha ha created a little rink tablet. That tablet called Dr. bhoop'. llnulacba Tablet coaxes blood pressure airay from pa'n centers. iurncii,cnarnunsT.pirasuislrdellxmiuI (iently uujuaa miicij, ii surety snjuaiue lib blood circu. laiion. If you hara a headache. It's blood rrcasum. If It's painful periods with women, ainw osojw. II rouaro sleeoleu. restleAL n,nr-u- i. It's Ucuii CoagesUoa blood pressure That surely Is a certainty, for Dr Snoop. UrAilacbe Tabhustop It In SO minutes, and the tablet simply dliirlUji. the unnatural blond pressure bruise your flnrer, and doesn't It ret red. am) swell, and pain you? Of course tt does. It's coo ruUon. blood pressure. You ii raid it where pais Is always. It s simply Oommon snse. Y tall at 23 ccau. vui cbtriuuy recomnwvi PAIN M ty In Great Variety of Styles'and Prices. fQ T7S. . T xii x avt a v cry T i... vumpiete ttf g? M fV Line of Stationery Generally. 0i $3 PEININY'S DRUG STORE, Headache Tablets PENNY'S STORE. DRUG Dr. Shoop's oioniora, HcniucKy., mBSSBBBBBBSBBSEK Hens lO to 10 2c. fit luisl-tie.- .. HENRY Highest Market Prices Pai'd For . Eggs, Hides, Furs ' ., Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc? ' Ducks lOto 10 POSTED. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier -- Journal .AND. ri -2c. Turkeys lO to 12c. Scrap Iron. Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE I Geese 6 to 7c. l- -s EGGS FOR SALE ! 1 I ' The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YKAK FOB power lailler und engine nnd suw Thorouglibrid H.O. Ilrowii la'sjhorn ckiis. mill (or sale, Will . II tltheror lotli. from teleuteU stock. HUMhV.M, UltOWN, ' Oil A. r.Hl.lN,l)lteihiiliu, Ky.. Htanford, ky. 1'ostonice, WuyiK.buiK, Ky. ONLY $1.50. Ftw wop.. i In tbe United htatr hays rut heard of the Courier-JournDemocratic Id all thing.,' fair In all things, cloan lu all ttilugt, t la esaontlally a family paper, liy a special arrangement we are, enabled to ofL fer the WEEiaV one year and this paper fur tbe price named above. Bend your subscription for tbe combination to us not tc tbe Oourler-Jouw- a COUlMEU-OUUNA- 1 i. i.tv h-- olUce-holdcr- a I desire to .oil prhntely my stock of (Jro. cerliaiind lliirilwiire. Imii.c n goi.t Inlsl- " WW. lU'usoi- i-. III lienllh. Hilt), I. HOi'l'Klt. Stanford, Ky Wo ship liest ijuallly Held nnd rariliii et'U.illrtct to farmers ut lowest wholesale prices. I Wo sell elm or., wrasses, sesil oats, seed corn, cane seed, millet, low Ihiiii., iMiimits, mil ixitalots, cablui;e plants, mi. The, furm ot iKlHuns, of kooiI blue iirn.s'cS tutu nnd tomato slips, onion seta, garden iH'aus. icurdeu uens. all kinds LHirden. Held lnnd,lyliiu ouu llillu North of MeKlnne v.on the .Htanford ulku. Improvement, mid How er seed., land plaster und fertllli nnd era. Write, us for iirli.ea and siiiuulis. Htuto fencing uood! plenty of water and fruit. Also 13 acre, of timbered land ouu tulle wlint oii wunt. Kastof MeKlnneytlialf under fence plenty NAHIIVII.I.KHKKDOO., of water and good tobacco land. Hie grow 110 rkcond Ave., North, J.A.OlVK.NH.Ageui, n crop. ls'asuvllle, Tenn., Mcltlkuey.Ky, SEEDS. Stock of. Merchandise for Sale. "ut n I;ARM FOR SALE ". t9lT3Wr' -jr-t- rrrxr.r T " ",.Tf" , I i, -- ,- - 19 nn Kxtm Special Vnluo in An long ri Cents Conct Cover Kml.roldory.-- , Tho rcgulnr lO Gents For extra good quality Hnmliurg'Erigir, 0 inches wide. 115c 5 Cents Thin would tell, in a For good.linc of patterns of Linen Lsicck. for this lot ns Iong nnd 10c. ? 3 1 ' ' For Patterns in this lot wortli '. 1,i r 1! 1 price ii 25c. . this lot lnt nt'only 10c per yard. regular Vny for ni they Inft. to 2Gc. ". Thin pccial price ' We idler any in this lot for 5c per yard. " ; i I: - ' .1 SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. SrANronn, Ky & SON, STANFORDRex coal Is guaranteed. Dcnham Bros. Try It. 11. - KY. W. O. .Martin - Vuu 215, MOO New amortment of local view post cards at Penny's Drut? Store. srgaini In llox IJomr very specia Paper, but tho supply l limited. Ask tc'neo them. Penny DniK Store f. PERSONALS. Mns J. T. Kmhky was In Louisville, last week. J. L. Torres went up to Taint Lick Saturday. Miss France Adams spent several daughter. Is vlsitinc; .days In Louisville. Bonn, to the wife of T. S. Farmer, a la with Ml I Minnie Woods. Mn. E. S. Ai.iiRir.HT, of the ML Vernon SlRnal, was hero Saturday. AsiinY M. Warms, of Louisville, spent Sunday with tho homefolks. Ukvkui.y KouT, of Stato College, spent a few days with his parents here Mlis. P. 0. WaiiNEK spent several days with friends and rulatlvea In Gar- friends lit Muywood Miss Katik Uentom, of Lexington, Little Sue Ixkjan Smith spent Saturday and .Sunday with friends at Junction MlHS 1.ESA 1'AI.mkii rard. City. ' Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Miss Fannie McDonald, after n visit to Mrs, Lucy Cash, returned to Farmer. Junction City yesterday. For Sale. A lot of roller skates. Mns. G. G. Perry nnd littlo Igo nnd Apply nt this olTico. Ilcttio Perry returnod yesterday from I.IOHTNINO burned out about 40 teleRichmond, after a visit to relatives and phones for tho Stanford Tclephono Co. fripnds. Mr. Claude .Kino, who live at Saturday night. ... Groom, Tex , Is hero mingling with old Wanted, to rent a dwelling of four friends, who are? delighted to have him or'fivc rooms In or near Stanford. J. with them again. It. M. Carter, Sr., Morcland. Messrs. R. I! Maiiony, J. W. Ireland, It. G. Hampton and T. M. Hon. W. H. Shanks bought of Wawent down to Lebanon yester- lter Martin, of Paris, his farm of ICO day to attend n banquet to bo given by acres, near Stanford, for $3,000. the Knight Templars pleasing parRoiikrt IIruct, of Stanford, one of We mako a specialty of coal. Wo ticular people. Try our Rex that cltv's most popular young men, guarantee It. Dcnham Bros. waa In Somerset this week on business Mr Ilruco has manv friends in Somer- For Sale or Rent. Tho Warner set who am alwnya glad to seo him- .- ' storehouse on East Main Street. TirriM piy nt onco to W. K. Warner. MRS. w. w. i.yon gave a reception S. C. at her home last night, tho guest of For Sale. -- Thoroughbred being Mlm Anglo Carpenter, of Urown Leghorn eggs from selected honor Hustonville, Ky , who is visiting Mrs. stock. Russell Brown, Stanford, Ky, 2t. ... 9 " A. N. Taylor. About 30 guest worn Foil tho best field seeds at the most present. Mls Carpenter recited most reasonable prices come and seo us, but entertainingly. Dainty refreshments of our terms on seeds are spot cash. Geo. cake, fruit and punch were served. D. Hopper. Miss Carpenter won tho conversationalist prize a handsome hat pin, AuTin: creditors of It. L. Horton nre digusta, (Kan ) News rected to file their claims with me verified an required by law at once J. Pen-nlngtm m m n good form hand to milk. Address Box 100, Stanford, Ky. Wanted, Hughes T. W. Htimlile Two No. 3 Oliver typewriters, . built over and with a year's guarantee', for sale. Price $15 each. M. A. Johnson, ' Stanford. Notes, and accounts collected anywhere In tho United States, and no charges unless wo collect. May's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky? Spring Oxfords. It's n little early but wo have a beautiful line p nil styles, colonial, combination, colors anil prices Mich m These are in the latest colors nine, blooil.golden, brown, ic. &c. They have already begun to sell. . Come in and mako your selection before tlio stock U picked over. W'c will endeavor nt all times to have our goods in the liouso ns noon, if. not sootier, than any one ele nnd wc intend to give you tlio lC!t that the market can alford nt the lowc-- t possible prices. Make our store yotir headipiarters while in town nnd wo will convince you that we have the quality and our prices nro rigbt. ... These beautiful days suggest coming of Spring, hut don't get too thusiastic.' March is generally meanest month of tho year and should remember what tho ground did. tho en- tho you hog The Graded School and tho banks observed the birthday of tho father of our country yesterday. Tho postofiice officials only took part of it, but wo poor newspaper peoplo worked the livelong day. LOCALS. admr. W. H. Dig- - Stanford doesn't stand for patriotism at all. Yesterday was the birthday of tho father of our country George Washington and only 13 flags bearing the colors of this grand country of ours appeared in Stanford an unlucky number, too. How the mighty has fallen I HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. i Northern gins'. seed oats nt Miss Elizabeth Iliooiss spent Saturday and Sunday nt Crab Orchard with tho Misses Lewis. Prof. W. O. HorrER spent several days with Jhe homefolks hero and returned to. Mt. Sterling yesterday. Misses Sai.uk T. Smith and Nannlo II. Hcrrin, of Lancaster, wcro Ruesta cf Mrs. T. D. Ncwland last week Suit. J G YelLman, of tho American Hemp Co., LexinRton, was the Woods guest of hi agent, Mr. E. Till: Ladies AW Society of tho Christian church will meet with Mrs. V. L. McCarty at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Mil. E, E. Snydeh. one of the best superintendents on the I & N. system, was here Friday1 with Agent J. S. IUce.. James and Miss Mlis. MarcaiU-Jean Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, 'arc attending the Mardl Gras festivities nt Now Orleans. WitioUT, of Stato ColleKe. a fow days hero with Lexington, See my lino of wagon and buggy his sister. new. J. C. Mr.Clary. Mil. J. H. Fosteii attended tho burIf you want good meat call on ial of his relative. Mr. Henry Embry, kinson & Lutet. Phone 47. Uulsvillc, Saturday. Floyd npc-n- t har-- J Wil- at Mn. Thomas Cads had a gold watch stolen from him a few days ago. Get the genuine Oliver plow points from Lipps & Poavyhouse, Hustonville, Ky. ... Have you tried that good Rex coal yet? You can And it nt Denham's yard. For Sale. Stanford. A engine nnd boiler. J. power port-abl- o R. Powell, For all kinds.of fresh meats phono 178, and have it sent to your houe. J. L Meeks. SEE the quality and got our bottom prices on tho Tepncsseu Cast' Range. George D. Hopper. 'Your only hope," said liiiio doc- uf tho stockholders of tomtn Mrs, M. 1'. Fls'ier, Detroit, Tlih week. Ho wns u respectable darky tin- Crab Orchurd Fair & Racing AssoMich, suilei loglromseveioictaltrou- and, was likqd by all who knew him. ciation, which was to iavo been held ble, lies In nn operation," "then I until next used Dr. King's Xevv LIfo Pills," she To the Ladies! It la timu to havo yesterday, waa postoned will writes, Monday, March 1. Stockholders "till wholly cured." They your order taken for a Spring corset. please bear this in mind. It. II. Bro- - prevent A qisoiMeltls. euro Constipa Call in and bo fitted. Miss Ella May naugh, secretary. ' tion, Headache. 2"o. at Penny's Drug Saundem. . Storo. THE creditors of Col. T. I". Hill are Comiiination Sale. The Hustonville notified that their claims must be filed Combination Sale Co., composed of Itching Skin Diseases with us as required by law at once. Messrs. George D. Weatherford, A. D. Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid Orgamztcf, S32. Capital Stock, SSO.OOO. P. M. McRoberts and J. II. Paxtnn, C. Dinwiddio and W. S. Drye, of that lor external use. Zemo gives instant Surplus and Qndwidtd Profits. S9, OOO. sale of . Exors. place, will hold a combination elicf and permanently cures any form high class, business horses and ja'cks Mr. James Farmer was at Hustonvlllo on March 24 und 25. It )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. AN JVas paid in 'Diuidands since Organization, $21, 500, Roiiiied. robbed of $25 tho other night. Mattle will be the biggest sale over held by Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. Snvito 9otv Accounts on Our 7eritj White, a colored woman, has been ar the company nnd horsemen will bo in G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE.' nnd placed In jail, charged with rested attendance from all parts of the countho crime. try. DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. All persons having claims against Redd. -- Dr. Robert G. Redd, aged C7, ! F. Keid, J. H. Bu?hroan. . S. HocUet, President;, tho estate of James Melvln, deceased, M D, Elmore. J. M. Pettus, visit to her arc requested to file samo properly veri- died at the homo of his brother, C. A. . Stanford, mad? a short S. T.Harrir, Coun-t- y 8 o'clock, II. C. Baughman, J, F. Cummins, We will on home hero last Thursday.-Cas- oy Feb. Redd, at Crab Orchard, about fied, with tho administrator before John . McRoberts, Cashier; S, T. Harris, WKUNEHDAY, JIAUOlt S.IU. no. C, Robinson, Sunday night.of creeping paralysis. Dr. News. 20, 1000. T. J. Hill, Sr., admr. II. C. Uaughm.ia, Asst. Cash'r V. B. OUannon Redd had been an (nalid for years and nt the lioimi of Mr. LouUu .1. lloltzdnw.ile-cvnu'd.l- n J. S, Hocker, It. Hamilton n Mr. and Mrs. David I' metientllle, K., tell to llio i C. E. Tate. W,W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. were? the hosts at an Informal dance For Sale. Farm of 52 acres, situat- had to givo up tho practico of medicine lilgliPkt nul lx;H bidder tlie lulluwlna plop-ertnt their home, 1271 Chcrokeo ed in Prcachcrsvillo, known as the a good many years ago on that account. given l.ttiact. Tlie dower contnlnliitf II iicnt Hell Dato given later. Ho was a Bplcndid old gentleman and ol land with luipiuenient;oiie uood iilxmt road, Friday evening in honor of Miss Holtzclaw place. . . r. r Hi 'd 'tod rontiiln SMW Hi Hi'I'iti dooi-111. Anyono wishing information concerning was liked by all who knew him. Tho G.u're. uturchuitl.ii i,ood Mtrluty (11 f lilt. .Carollno English, of Danville, mi -dowTind No. act Keren, luljolnliig Mid Courier-Journa- l. to J. F. Holtzclaw, burial will take place in tho old Whitley er, (la till' tiol IIMn khmI ixiiid nudn tpilnx same, will apply Lincoln, Prcachcrsvillo, Ky. burying ground y at 2 o'clock, af- L.UUW II 111 till 1IM n HHIM, nillVll,.!!. Iv- Miss Polly Traylor, of lie Iw dry. ter services by Elder J. Q. Livington. t, known 10tiiiclminilTill. Iiind will nucl cold guest of Miss Annlo waa a week-entliu n 11 wliolo lit kviuimte will l til" Miss Jonova and Mr. Wil , THE homo of tho lato John F. Cash Dr. Redd leaves a very comfoi table es imot lilililcr wlll4i mid imreh.iM'r. t:kti and Herndon. one tlilid Tiio t. urn r i.Miiuliider liioiK'HUd toe.ir,wU.i a lard Hilton. orVStanford, visited their on Danvillo Avenuo Is for sato private- tate, leaving no family at all. colli, Inliuvnt I'Oiild.ilo Io( al.i UDtU paid, Hilton. Mr. II. J. ly. The realdcnca Is larcro. , corrmoillous sister, on mid for, (mrcliiinj ., Willi llvii' n'taliud w. Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale ' We understand that "somo demo- money. Mcltoborts, of Stanford, spent Wednes- and in good repair. Thero o ii acres Tin' iMikinul lrowi ty connUH or tlie folr li yoiiim Lancaswho participated in tho lato pri- low In.,! Miuxti.i .reiiAy vow, In the lot. For further paiticulars call crats" day In this city with relative. rail! : IhiiimI iimira, olio la fo.it to HIlMT Itccord. on 11. C. Baugbmati nt tho First Na mary election aro goln around telling Klnu. Hi" ollifi toiiivL: oiui uiiillv liin.ni ter t M'lir oju liy mIm Mk. KICHAR.D Gentry, who lias been tional Bank, or James N, Cesli, Tur- - their republican brothers who to nomi-nat- o a coin, UiiJIi lmlifl of iilll ontoiinKIiij.j and I CI jd Samuritun hospital for county ofllcers anJ all will bo Mils; lo'l iiiurglp Mull pot.acK-- : I lidz,i quite III ut the ne'svllle. I .prlnjt M.moil mid li.i' ne lot ol lilt'iitui d lovely In November. All that tho In- l.iiil: lot of poull vi nniiwliold unit KUcIhii for oma time from paralysis, .us ri- -i (.'UT loom. Iim. uiul mni l liirnluiiii wliiH-l- . 'r Wiiilb Mr, J. A. Gooch and son were terior Journal has to say, that it uortod to bo nb hotter yoster1 Uy uiirpin lmr .iviol r.ic'k. vplnnlnv tho gentlemen spoken of to be- ilo. Home old tylo fui id inn. und ninny otli- To Many Points South and Southeast ad.n m In Stanford ut couit Thursday and his Gentry's condition, i wr , O" tlllH'4 llOt UIVIItlOlllHl i0 to liii fnemK lln condition v.i kjci wifo was visiting u neighbor, incendi- come candidates and be nominee 1 for TKI!MH OK KAl.i: All Ulini undrr a nod ., TIcKets Good RetarnUi Until Mar 31t, 1909 v4iurdjrth4t no ono wit) allowoi io aries set firu to tind butned his homo that election and It proposes to skin CuhIi luofluind, that imiouiitlilt ix'runr onIn. Q fi'nt. i.'illt iliri'n monlli.. it aoo him pud gravo fears are. entertain- - near McKinney, togethor with nil its them from "eend to eond," a well us Ii'ivtt fiuiildutt' negotiable mid iuaI'U' III 101 E. Mala St.. Ltxlng'toa. Kr. . C. KIKC. Write tt rate, n4 foldtr. l.lni'Oin (loiinly Nutloiml Hank, of tho Lexington Herald, (contents. '1 ho deed was a dastardly tho "usgbrq on." Wo will wnitpatlent-l- y Hl.uifonl. Kalu will romilivniMi ill 10 o ilook. ed for hU recovery, inioriiiniion.uppiy to r.. to get a shot ut some of these "dis- A.M. For iuriiurkuld land, Mr. Gentry U a brother of Mrs. Eluu one and wo sincerely hope tho guilty It, HolUelnw on Ulaln mid Capt R. It. Gentry, of this party will be captured and given tho tinguished" nod wo. sincerely hope we llOIrZOLAWHKIHB. I wont bo disappointed, lmlt of the law. A. M. tloUHNK, A'uctlonoer. place. JOHN HkazLKY, Louisville, spent several day parents. Col. and Mrs. V. HufT at Rowland. .Mil. llAliltY II. Hockeii, who his been in New York asiistinic in buying .Spring Roods for UohcrUon & Hro., hasJ returned. Advocate. Mn. and Mns. EmuiiY Dkazlry, of Stanford, pent Saturday and Sunday as tho guests or Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Ewlng at Shelby City. ItEV. J. L. Yandell returned Saturday from the Laymen's Missionary Convention at Birmingham, Ala., and report a splendid convention. Mns. A. Aduams and daughter, of Crab Orchard, havo been spending weeks in Louisville. Miss Bessie Haldeman returnod with them Saturday. Mas. J. C. Coulter, of Mlddleburg, Is at tho point of death. Miss Frances Portman, who la attending school at Dud-dera- r, 8ov-or- Cait. ami Mics. The. J. F. Laiiue, of the hip. with her Sparilln corset newr breaks It never rusts. Ella May Saunders. on Sold by Mijs died Listen If you want to save money Circuit Court, In the circuit court on building this year, givo moyourcon-trac- t Saturday, the jury in the case of John work. Will Stone, contractor and Baugh for maiming D. C. Allen returned a verdict of guilty, fixing his punbuilder. Phono 84. ishment at" one year in the penitentiary. line of Spring bug- Dump See myiandjome Adams and Thos. Ends, for gies, harness, etc. Cnll while you breach of the peace, were fined $5 each. have a large assortment to select from. Wade Hampton, for same olTcnso, was E. T. Pence. Stanford, Ky. fined $25. John Singleton, disturbing W. II. HlGCl.vs hai a new stock of religious worship, was hit to the tune Rubber and Pebble Top Asphalt Roofing of $20 Coy Montgomeiy, for assault, fur tobacco barns, resiliences, etc. Look was fined $5. J. J. Falconberry, for nthUatoc'x before placing your order. Bamfe oHense, was fined $50 Wade Hampton, forcarrin;; concealed deadNotice. All persons Tiaving claims ly weapons, was fined $25 and given 10 against the estate of John Z. Spoona- - days in jail. On motion of Judge J. W. Ynore, deceased, will present same to Alcoin, Judge Bell was elected chairme properly verified, for payment. Bet-ti- e man of the comm'tteo and Clerk J. F. 2t. Spoonnmore, Adm'x Holdam secretary to draft suitable res Hemp. Mr. E. P. Woods, agent for olutions on the life of tho late Col. T is as follows: tho American Hemp Co , Lexington, V Hill The committee Judges , C Boll, .1 W. Alcorn. M.C. has bought 500,000 pounds of hemp at Saulley npd Messrs. .1. B Paxton, J. $5 35 to ?0, which will mean a great and P. M Mcltoborts. deal to tho fai mers of Lincoln county. N. Saunders Tho committee will report Friday, Tho A Tbxas paper bemoans tho easi- members of the bars of adjacent towrs weath are cordially invited to and take ness of the balmy jonquil-eccer because it will brunt, forth the spring lart. Jim Tnll, colored, was on trial poets ej Her than they thould come fur shooting Gi.orgo Smith when we out of their hulos. Thero U a bitter went to press for every sweet and a duzi.li thorns for Revolts At Cold Stoel. every rose. ma-ti- ng - FIELD SEEDS, " The very best the market affords, at Prices that are right for SPOT CASH, W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. colored, last tfirst Tfational 58anJc, Stanford, Jty. i PUBLIC SALE t; 'I 'I i m m to-l- t: 1 d GOING a Miss-Susi- -- r-- Ji'i-.c- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE ) J i X u. 1 , vftUXJ,. Mu V t .1, "i , . A-- jl L&, hi ' UHPHHEHHSiJ. ni'H yi f. L. KJ FARMER'S DEPARTMBM. Sale. Cultivated hemp seed, 1908 crop. J. 0. Walker, Richmond, Fort 1,200-pound The Interior Journal. i JJWwiifntWoit-OjJiaa- Mwnrf-cIa- mdllff. It f Henry Fields bought of Thomas Hill, d of Garrard, a handsomo combined stallion at a fancy price. So, O. North, RlST No.T7, 10:17 A. M. R. K. Hart, of Flcmlnffsburg, has Notice is hereby given that I, ns Supervisor of turnpiko roads for Lincoln No. Sf J:io P. M. 4 sold to Warren Bacon, of Paris, a county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock a, m. Monday, March 1, HUM), reccivo JOS. S. RICE, Agont. yearling colt by Peter tho Great, dam Daron Lassie by Baron Wilkes, for sealed bids for etono nnd gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county, Ky. The Truth ALL-WOO- L $900. CRAVENETTES. OVERCOATS Every person in this city who is sufAll bids for furnishing, hauling, breaking and spreading stono nud gravel For Sale. A good combined marc, fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand eight years old, kind and gentlo and a must be sealed nnd filed with mc on or before 10 o'clock A. M. Monday, 80 4o ruff or any form of skin or scalp diV good looker. Black in color and suita- March 1. 100i), 811 48 815 Coat now at Stanford, Ky., and no bids will be received after 'that 818 Coat now 812 50 Coat now 8 48 case, can find relief and be permanent' ble for family use. Colonel Gooch, 0 ,j8 tini?. Contracts will be let to tho lowest nnd best bidders, nnd contractors 815 Cunt now ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi Kingsville, Ky. G 98 8 .J8 810 Coat now 812 50 Coat now external use. All durgcts sell ZEMC For Sale. Day horse, 15 hands will bo required to give bond with surety, to bo approved by me, for tho 4 08 q j)8 87 50 Coat now 810 Coat now high, coming four years old, in good faithful performance of their contracts nnd for nil penalties nnd damnges for PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 3 48 85 Coat now condition, well broke, will work any failure to so perform their contracts within tho time and under tho condiwhere. Price reasonable. E. G. tions hereinafter mentioned. , 83 48 815 48 81 00 High Top Shoos 820 Suit now Kingsville. 82 98 12 48 83 50 High Top Shoes Stanford & Danville piko Sec. 1 from Stanford to Mrs. Mattio 'White's 817 50 Suit now For Sale. Team of Surgeon Dontlst, 9 93 50c heavy lleeccd lined underhigh, extra good gale, 30 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Mrs, Whito's gate to lloylo 815 Suit now horso mules, wear 39c 8 08 812 50 Suits now i - KENTUCKY. ones. lino 30 rod of stone or gravel. family horse and county STANFORD, Men's Felt Boots, McuVftml Wow 0 48 810 Suit now family mare, Charles ' Stanford & Rush Brunch piko Sec 1 from Stanford Lancaster pike to 87 50 Suit now All reduced 4 98 en's Kulilwre. Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store in Lutes, Hustonville. Rush Branch 35 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Rush Rrnuch to Hubble 85 Suit now 3 48 . For Sale. 1,000 barrels of good, the Owsley Building. rods of stono or 30 rods gravel. sound corn, 12 or 15 cars of timothy 20 Stanford it Knob Lick Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustonville pike to Hang hay and a nice road horse, heavy Iniurts Tobacco and Jonacco enough for carriage or rockaway, four ing Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Hanging Fork to years old and gentle. I. S. Tevis, Shel- Danville & Hustonville piko 20 rod gravel. KY. larnt. by City, Ky. Stanford it Millcdgcvillc pike Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo piko to Nothing But Insurance The great trottihg stallion, C. F. Clay, was found dead in his paddock. McCornlack's Church 10 rods gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from McCormnck's He was the sire of 63 trotters in the Church toMillcdgevillo 10 rods of gravel. D. 2:30 limit and was the only stallion in Stanford A I'renchorsvillo piko Sec. 1 from Stanford A Crab Orchard piko The Insurance Mm, Kentucky that was the sire of three to Wilkerfon's Branch 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Wilkcrson's STANFORD, KY. trotters that averaged 2:03 for their Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko 20 rods of stone. Ileslilonco Phone 84; Ofllce, K. best records. Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to ltnughuian's gate George T. Higginbotham, for years Insure with mo and be fully 40 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Bauchinan's gnto to Bywaters' gate 15 protected. sheriff of Garrard county, as well as one of her most prosperous farmers. rods of stono or 20 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from By waters' gate to Stop at W. 11. HfGGINS' and see the UKMIS Trnnsplnntvr has recently bought a very handsome Crab Orchard 25 rods of stono or grnvel. farm in Fayette county. It is known 1 from Stanford it Waynesburg pike to Stanford it Ottenhcim pike Sec for Tobacco, Tomnto, Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Ac. Tho young Jersey It n handsome, large and unbroken Bull, de- as the Wm. Fields farm, contains 143 J. G. Lynn's 20 rods of stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from J. G. Lynn's lino of acres and the price paid was $200 per scended from n loniz transplanting can be dono when tho plants are ready. You do tbe most noted bulla and cows on tue to Boone's shop 15 rods stone or grnvel. Same, Sec. 3 from Boone's shop to of Jersey England and America. Ills acre. Lancaster Record. not wait for rain a" each plant is watered at tho roots as set and Ire Is one of tbe best bulls eter Imported J. A. Robinson, of Boyle, sold to P. Ottcnheifu 10 rods of gravel. and bis dam is a shoV cow that lm given 65 of rich milk In one day. It you be- Wooldridge, of Louisville, the famous pounds Stanford it Dix River Sec. 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to the roots nre covered by dry, firm dirt, which can not liako and lieve "Like begets Like or the Likeness ot some Ancestor" and have a strictly good broodmare, Lady Preston, by Preston, Haden's Switch 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from linden's Switch to cow, you should nvall yourself of bis ser- for $1,500. which retains the moisture underneath. This mare is the dam of vice. He will lx allowed to serve a limited tor's lane 30 rods of gnvcl. Same, Sec. 3 trom Traylor's June to Garnumber ot approved, registered rows out- Queen of the May, which Mr. Wool- Traj It will pay you to invextignte licfore setting your'plants. side of our own herd this year, for a fee ot pencil. Make engagement before sending dridge bought of Mr. Robinson for $500, rard line 20 rods of gravel. KKII) AOITKIl, cow to be bred. selling her to Lawrence Jones for Stanford it Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Logan's lane 20 rods Telephone no, Htanford, Ky, later N. 11. We hae to offer three extra choice $5,000. Lady Preston is only nine years of stone or 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Logan's lane- to Garrard 03000000 bull calves that will be sold at right prices. old. line 15 rods of gravel. Master Commissioner John Judy Ky., sold at auction at Mt. Sterling A. acres Stanford it Waynesburg pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Ottenbeim pike 15 124 You can llnd our Htnndnnl Iteinedr. the of land belonging to John McClain at rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Ottenhcim pike toMuyuood road at foot greatest blood and liver medicine yet knonn. $120. He also sold a three-stor- y brick of Knobs 25 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Maywood road to Carter's lncaeoi iiueumatism. Mail ltneum. Kidney Trouble nnd all diseases arising from building used for the postoflice, to C. Store 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 4 from Carter's Store to Hutchison's lmmire blood It has no euunl. It Is manu factured under the pure food act ot June 30, H. Petrev, for 512.000, Four or 500 School-hour- c 15 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 5 from Hutchison's School nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If the iteniedy Is taken nccordlng to directions mules changed hands at prices ranging house to Butt's Store 15 rods of btone. Same, Sec. G from Butt's Store to nnd if he or she Is not benefited by the use from $100 to $2G0. Three cars of heavy of the Iteniedy wen 111 refund sour money. We can do nothing more. Kiich package mules were purchased for Southern Kingsville pike 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec 7 from Kingsville pike to rontnins zut uoes wun a regiMereu guaran- markets at an average of $180 and 3,500 George Gaines' 15 roils of gravel. Same, coc. OaJrom t.iiaines' to G. W. tee and malltmr card with full instruction. We send It to any address by mall on rechanged hands at prices ranging Clifl's 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 11 from G. W. Ulift'i's to 'Waynesburg ceipt of I per package or six pneknges for cattle 13. Iletterordern I o It taken In from lie to Sic. 8 rods of gravel. time you might &mu a big doctors bill Itemember If you take the Iteniedy accord Stanford it Hustonville pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Cash's Store 30 rods Minister (to small daughter of the ing to Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back. You will not house) Such a pretty little kitten came of Kentucky. stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Cash's Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of Of find the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only bv our dulv authorized agents. to our house Would you like to stone. Same, Sec.v from Hanging Fork to Hustoiivillo"i0 rods of fctone or V HKUUb. vujLiiA3in, Agent have it to play with, my dear ? 50 rods gravel. Small daughter I 'spect it belongs Hustonville it Coll'ey's Mill piko Sec. 1 from Hustonvillo to Wm. Carto my papa anyway. Wo Buy son's 20 rods of stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Wm. Carsou's to Mt. Minister How is that my child? Small Daughter 'Cause I heard papa Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel. Hides and tell a friend he had lost the kitty last W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Hustonvillo it Bradfordsvillc pike, whole road, 15 rods of gravel. S.,H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT Wool night. Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginsem , ' 1 from Hustonville B. PAXTON, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER to Black pike 50 J. Hustonvillo it Danville pike Sec. ColdenSeaMYcflowRooO, May Apple, J- W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. The jury in the case of Walker Dun- rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Black piko to BoIu county lino 50 rods Wi:j Cimer, etc. Wt ate dealers) H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER can, who was defendant in a $10,000 gravel. nbUnhal ia a century In LouimUe and can do better f or you than damage suit, brought by Mrs. Newton DIREOTORSl Hustonville it Carpenter's Creek pike 40 rods of stone or CO rods of ac?att cr commimoa merctunb. Refnuce, Hazelett, widow of tne man whom Dun J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford; ear Bank ia LowiQe. Wr for wetUy can killed in an alleged night rider raid gravel. pnee 'ul and ilipcaoa hai. Jouu J. foster, atnnlonl; u. u. blianks, htaulnnl; l. O. Hun-kiHuttonville it McKinney pike 10 rods of gravel. in Shelby county last summer, failed Ma Sabel &. Sons, Lancaster; J. II. 1'axtou, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, to agree. It stood six for acquittal and McKinney it Coffey's Mill pike Sec. 1 from South Fork piko to tollgate .Market St. LOUISVILLE. I Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. six for damages. Xf0BK3fc II. Cummins, I'rcachcrsvillc; Lilburu 20 rods gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from tollgate to Fair place 40 rods of stone. Gooch. Gilberts Crock. Same, Sec. 3 from Fair place to Mt. Salem 10 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 4 Lumbermen are maintaining an ex pensive lobby at Washington in the from Mt. Salem to Caey line 15 rods of etono. hope of preventing a reduction of the to If on McKinney it Turnersville pike from McKinney to John Murphy's 30 duty. J. E. Defrebaugh is in charge of rods of gravel. subin the headquarters and Representatives McKinney it South Fork pifte 30 rods of gravel. Langley and Edwards, of Kentucky, Turnersville it McKinney piko 50 rods of gravel. are two of tho Congressmen working in the interest of the lumbermen. Turnersville it McCormack's pike Sec. 1 from Turnersvilla to SumJIelm's hbiHiBiBHHHBmIbV.IKbusH! 8 roils of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Sam Helm's to C Binbop's 8 rods Foley's Orlno Laxative cures constipation and liver troubloand makes the gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from C. Bishop's to Kuob Lick 10 rodij of gravel. bowels healthy and regular. Orlno is Black piko 15 roils of gravel. superior to pills and tablets as ltdoe9 Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko Sec. 1 from Crab Orchard to G, W. not grlpo or nauseate. Why tuko Kvans' place 30 rods stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Evans' place to Garrard anything olse? Xew Stanford Drug UndertaKers and Embalm lino 25 rods of stone. in Co. Crab Orchard it Chappell'd Gap pike, whole road,' 35 rods of stone or erf. Also Dealers in Fur"Why does a love story always end niture, Mattings.Rugs. They ' gravel. with tho marriage of tho interested will exchange Furniture for Dunvillo it Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone. parties?" all Kinds of Stock. Give Lincoln it Jioylo pike 5 rods of gravel. "You would like'furtherparticulars?" Them a Call. Prices Right. "I would' Take the case of Ivanhoe Kiugsvillo it Pleasant Point piko Sec 1 20 roils of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 and Rowena, for instance. Did they from Casey county road to Kiugsvillo 20 rods of gravel. , STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. kecp house or board?" Rowland Cut-Oil- ' piko 10 lods of gravel. Tho cleverest Imitation of real ColTeo A rod of stone or grnvel shall consist of 225 cubic feet, . AND QUIOKEST WAY TO THE over yet mado Is Dr. Shoop's Health Hand broken stono nud gravel must bo on margin of road or section by Co lice. It Is line jn llavor and Is .- 15, 100(). Alt Sept. 15, 1009. All gravel must lx spread beforo Octmado in just one mlouto. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from metal is to bo meuoured by tho supervisor, who may desiguuto when and to be epread. All, crushed stono must bo spread not later than puro parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. where SassaaSSiaHBBlSSaHaiBBaaiMBBaiBasassBEEEnaBss Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug Jan. 1, 1910. x '' 'tr 8 Store. ' All stonq furnished must be good, sound, hard limestone or (juarlz ami LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE A tickling or dry cough can be broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter. Tho gravel must' raJTA""-- ' 'J Mink quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's bo, clean and flinty and that furnished on McKiuuoy it Cofley's Mill pike FOR RATES APPLY T8 LOCAL MANABER Cough Itemedy No opium, no chloro- and Turnersville it McKinney pike must bo from Grceu River, I4i form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold Tho court or its 'representative may reject any materikljuot of proper sizo EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY by Penny's Drug Store. iNcORPontTcn I m or quality. Bidders must say whether stono will bo broken by hand or "What will be the slogan of the next crushed. administration?" Tho supervisor reserves tho right to reject any and all jbiiU. Blank forms If fill"Lshould say the square meal." on which bids tnqV lip made can bo obtained from tho CouutyJClcrk, Copies Undertaker. Embalmerand Taft Is now a "Knocker at Sight." of lwuds may bo'T)bVniticl at the County Clerk's office. PurDealer IniHarness, Saddlery, There are a great number of the guild Lincoln county owns a rock crusher and contractors will be pcrhiitted to Call on hero who aro knockers by nature, ' ". am use it at 81 ner rod. KYI' STANFORD. "What's tbe best thing to Induce chest expansion?" Mica raons, twr. Supervisor Turnpiko Roads for Lincoln County, iiom;i'tioa e. "Medals." No. 51,Houth,JliM P. M. A No.a.Kouth.llsH a. No.ji, North, sito p. Si N. TIME THBLE M. m. M. Stanford as Ky. Thomas Metcalf sold to L. P. Yan-de- ll in Doyle, 76 cattlo for $4,930. three-year-ol- Notice To Contractors. Glearaoee Letting Monday, rich, i, Salel '09. All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. A. S. PRICE, d, four-year-o- u I (I Eight-year-o- ld nine-ycar-i- tf t it ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD, ' f Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Jesse Wearen, Tobacco Growers Adorina's Fox mJrf - At McKinpey, W. H. H ICG INS, lt, Stanford, Kentucky. Che Lincoln county national Bank Stanford, FURS , Capital. Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 - haU J,L.Beazley.&Co., you want keep posted doings Kentucky, scribe for the political rer)tuch;y State Journal, -- Kentucky. The best Democratic Daily Write for price and particulars to W. P. WALTON, SAFEST Frankfort, Ky, J. C. McClary, $ - iis ' TRANSFER MONEY Ogwffaaj you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made fromithe.Best and est Drugs, me. m S. K. DUDDERAR, W. B. McRoberts,' .ui laiWu&. jM&k .X! .h.tSlffaslliiJsV-i.-'A- ,