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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fr 44f THE INTERIOP jOURNAL 161 f VOLE XXXVI STANFORD KYf FRIDAY FEBRUARYt261909 P vr MO J 1021 J Irr 9ni f M1DDLEBURO who are raising a Winter crop tThlO will perhaps And that It doe na much work besides the 1 use parUgrecn for tho distraction o f worms la not required 1JJ Vogue our hustling huckster j 1 Is being favorably spoken of as a can t R dldate for jailer fcfr Hoguo la ono of d the best of fellows and should he pfTer ho will make tho raco Interesting to JP Richardson tho republican cand date and dont you forgot It t Everybody hero was ghul that old roan Josh Swopo there with both feet in tho Into primary in Lincoln Undo osbls much liked by our peo pie in fact ho is about a half Casey cpyntyman anyway JI6 had a brother yenrsI rot- teqdred tho funeral of Mrs J C Coulter Saturday L S Brown of Dunn was hero Saturday Ue returned by Way of Liberty McD Fogle came over from Lexington where ho is in schoo- ljj d spent Sunday and Monday with tho I homofolki Jas Winkle was acquitted of tho charge of detaining a woman at his examining trial at Saturday There was considerable interest man i feted In the case and quite a crowd was in attendanco CF Montgomery county attorney represented the State and lion N II W Aaron tho defend ant Tho funeral service of Mrs Nannlo T Coulter wife of J C Coulter who diedon Wednesday February 17th took t place at the Baptist church hero Saturday y afternoon with a large concourso i of people In attondaoco Ray Joseph Montgomery preached a very touching discourse after which the re mains were laid to rest In Middlcburg cemetery Mrs Coulter was nearly 1 CO years of ago was u member of tho Christian church and a good woman In every particular Sho leaves a husband and thrqo daughters who are deserving of much sympathy in this their great bereavement CHURCH MA TTERSIRov J Murray Taylor of tho Bap tist church who was called by tho Fal mouth Baptist church has declined and will continue to preach for the Stanford church we are glad to state TheM E church South at London is planning to build a 110000 brick j church building to replace tho one de stroyed by tho recent flteThe organization a is one of tho etrongesE in that i of the State at the Methodist church 1 morning Saul The Sinner I 1Subject Apostle Epworth Lea at 630 r u Subject VThe China T W Barker will at McKinney Sunday at 3 r M 1Study R T Zimmerman has just died county aged SO During his ministry ho married 3000 coupled but in n measure atoned for it by bar thing 5000 people It is hoped therefore I that St Peter wont be too hard j onhimEchoes from the Antl Saloon League 4 Convention held in Louisville last week will be given at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Feb 28 Revs T W Darker and D M Walker will speak Special music will bo rendered and a j helpful service promised Como and bring friend Complaint is made that tho righteous crowil 019 meetings In Boston no that tho sinner and ungodly can J scarcely appear This is often the case 1 Tho sinner has tQ go away back and sit down if ho can get a seat and como at great trial and tribulation if ho forces himself to the front 1 MATRIMONIAL s Mst Sylvia Green daughter of MrsI Hetty Green of Now York was marI red at Morristown N J to Matthew Astor Wilks- J Invitation are out to the wedding of 1Miss Lucy Lee Mahan to Mr James II Spillman of Harrodaburg nt tho homo of Mr Dave Jackson March 3Lond- on l t ijenttppl Mr L H Willis of Wilmorc announces tho engagement of his daughter Miss Emolinp I VVillia to Henry C McConnell of Lexington Tho wed ding will bo solemnized on April 14 I J W McGuire a prominent young 1 man of Lvlngston and an omployo oC- tho L Nr and Miss Mamie Boone the beautiful and acc lIpplihed daugh of Mr and Mrs Boone were united in marriage at tho homo of tho Wednesday evening byEld J G Livingston A number of handsome bridal presents were received which at tested the popularity of the couple They will make their home at Livingston I where the best wishes of all attend them Pains of women hopeocgppr pain atppped in ipimitotf pure with Pro lioopjI Pink Vftln Tablets BooI f formula on 26c Box Sold by pppnyleugStOro McKINNEY Col Hol Anderson has been ill fore a week but Is Improving J S Murphy has received a car load of nice seed oats Cell on him if you need anything tn that lino Rev Garland Singleton passed thro hero en route to Grove Casey county whore he filled Rev Noels pulpit If some public spirited man who has tho capital would build some houses hero for rent ho would find it a paying investment A dozen houses could bo rented out within a week The Columbia Cp R II Coleman general manager has begun operations a force lSKQQJmen Miss Josephine Coleman sister of tho general manager will be typewriter and corresponding secretary Clcp Thpmas of Columbia is with us again Ho will probably work for the Columbia Singletree Co Miss Etta Root is yisitlng in and Lexing ton R S Scuddor has returned from the Lexington horse sales whero he sold his team of sorrel geldings for 11050 Ho also sold Tho Wonder his thteo year old Rex Pcavine stallion for 1500 Considering tho make up this horse most people think ho was sold very low It a that such an an Iran has loft the cqunty At tile recent National Canners Con vention In Louisville there was organ ized Tho Kentucky Packers Associa ton of which E J ranger of this place was elected president It is not generally known but it is a fact Hat Kentucky already leads the wprld as the packer of fine tomatoes and bids fair to take n leading place as a packer of fine vegetables and fruits It is sug gcsted that the Kentucky Packers As sociation hold ita first meeting at FrankI fort next May during the meeting of the Kentucky Retail Groers Associa Lion Both organizations are good and will be very useful IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Fire destroyed the store and stock of goods of Sam G McElroy at Lebanon Col H M Stilt tho oldest living locomotiveenginecrdicd at Carlisle this week J C S Brpnaugh n prominent attorney and citizen of NlcholasviUc died at Martinsvillc Ind Tuesday After being n fugitive for two ycafllI Capt George Adams formerly conduc tor on the Lexington division of the Chesapeake Ohio railroad has been captured at Pittsburg Kan and returned to Catlettsburg where ho Is charged with criminal assault Jesse Curtis and Jack Hardin two young men of Richmond engaged fn a dcaperato revolver fight In a livery Itat ble As a result young Curtis is dangerously wounded two bullets having pierced his abdomen one going entirely through while young Ilardins foot was badly splintered by a buneLIRushing into Park vlllo almost breathless n strange man giving his name nsI L Isidor Friend of Milwaukee Wis declared tho world was coming to an immediate end and ho wanted the peo plo to prepare themselves quickly tort the judgment day He was arrested nnd placed in jail charged with being of unsound mind Warren Plttmun and Alonzo Woford were trailed by bloodhounds Into tho knobs bear MitchoHaburg and captured by Sheriff Coulter Deputy Harbcaon and Detective Montgomery of BoyleI Thousands of chickens have been stolen j in that county nnd bloodhounds weroI employed to trail down tho alleged thieves Pittman and Woford boreI splendid reputations and their arrest on this charge has created a sensation Both are in JailJTho Secret or Long Life A French scientist baa discovered ono secret of long life His method dents with tho blood Butt long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes It worth living It purities en riches und vitalize tho blood re builds wasted nero colts imparts lIfo aod tone tQ tho ontlro system Itsl a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blightedd my Hfo for months writes Sherman of Gushing Mo butElec trio Bitters cured mo entirely Only GOo at Pennys Drug Storo Mn BnYAN saysif his party b shall demand that he bo a candidate for t President again ho will make the race but Mr Bryan hayjng sq signally failed as a lead usput of tho wilder nose tie will hardly over bo dratted again Even tho third time failed to provo tho charm Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying put for help Vitalize those weak Jnsjdq controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how quickly good healthwllllcpmo lo you agate Tcs U and see I by Pen i1 Drugstore a NEWS NOTES There are 15 cases of smallpox at heron Madison county Two men were killed by an explosion in a powder hilll near Marion III Dr William T pull the well known New York surgeon died at Savannah Ga A movement is on foot to erect monument to Jas A Garfield at Pros tonburgTho passed the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill carrying 3646386 Tho great milts of the United States f1t 1 at Gary Indbestim the manufacture pf steel rails A tornado demolished the town of Fisher Ark killing six persons and Injuring more than 20 others Eugene Tompkins many years prom inent as theatrical manager died at his home in Boston after a long illness While digging a sewer at Seattle thero was a1 cavein which killed ono man and entombed nine other work menPostmaster Harry Williams of Men tor Ky Campbell county was held over in 500 bond for alleged pqstofTico Irregularities The house refused to concur In tho Senates provision raising tho pros dents salary to 100000 from 50000 A wise conclusion Chastecn Lawrence cd 1C rs shot and killed Gordon RIchey aged 21 near Railton Barren county iia they were returning from church Corn oil was exported from tho United States in 1903 to the amount of 2717804 gallons exports of the previ ous year worn 6S6711aUons- Tho Supreme Court uphold the ver by which the New York Central railroad was fined 109000 for granting rebates to tho American Sugar Refining Company Thomas Taylor Johnson one of the best known engineers of the country and designer of tho waterworks sys toms of Savannah Ga and Memphis Tenn died at Ins home fn Chicago Nathan M Uri of Nathan M Uri Co distillers and ono of tho most widelyknown and prominent business men In Louisville succumbed to an extended illness of Brights disease Ward Metcalfo lion of Postmaster C Mctcalfc of Brooksvillc shot Malloy of Ncnve three timer Malloy cut Metcalfo twice Malloy Ise in jail in Brooksvillo where tho trouble occurred Mans B Hanson a farmer of Mondo vi Wis murdered his four children a boy and three girls He followed this quadruple crime by stabbing several horses and cow fired tho barn and house and then cut his own throat Senator McCrcary has introduced bills for the relief of Kentuckians as follows Mrs A C Lester HIckman county 15000 Jnmcs Elkins Greene county 1800 M L SteenbergeusI Hickman county 4800 son Christian county 17000 That the Interstate Commerce law prohibiting tho issuance of passes to employes on the railroads is applicable- to tho granting of express franks was held by the Supreme court of tho United States in the case of the American Express Co against tho United States The case originated in Chicago Deciding tho case pf the Hammond Packing Co of Chicago vs thq State Arkansas favorably to the Stats Supreme court of tho United StateaI upheld tho constitutionality of an titrust law of Arkansas The compa was fined 10000 In the Arkansas State courts for failing to observe the lawjAn e AndrQw Scott Rev M B Adams State Librarian Frank Kavanaugh and securedtheestablishment of a tuberculosis camp Plants are being made to begin a vigorous war against the white plague where the preachers say 75 per cent of the funerals hey preach are for its victims Official amends for tho sensational elimination of Jefferson Davis name tho tablet on Cable John bridge urinri President Lincolns administra ion U given in directions tho resident Issued through the Secretary of War to the chief of engineers of the army to restore tho name Tho tablet Is on thoJ ridge that arches Cabin John run on ho Maryland side of the Potomac river- a structure famous for years as tho longest single span stone bridge in the vorld IT only took 35 minutes fortho Sen a5proprlationhill for tho purpose so far in the continual objectionlike it w greased 1royenttcethoseCandy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Tryhem once and see 14825o Sold by Pennys Drug Afore HUSTONVILLE McCorrnack M Vaughan ship ped to Cincinnationo car of butcher atGecar of cattle at 4c to 4Jc and two care of hogs at 6c to 61c Lairs bloodhounds had a hurried calla to Mitchellaburg Saturday whero a lot of chickens had been stolen The trail was followed to a house where the sus pected parties were arrested and the fowls recovered Frank J Mansfield and wife of Lex ington spent Sunday aqd Monday with friends here Milton McCormack has gone to Hot Springs for a few weeks before beginning his work as pitcher in the Blue Grass League ThP Misses Llpps having sold their home have rent ed rooms with Miss Julia Stagg and will take possession April 1 Mss Ed na LIpps is in Cincinnati buying a Mil stock pf Spring millinery Miss Lizzie fhillips of Liberty was the guest of Judge and Mrs Wm Myers Miss Mello Hopper is vsngMIsa Pearl iCeiacr in Cfncinnati Mrs W J Campbell who has beep sufTeriug with rheu matism for some weeks left Monday for Hot Springs accompanied by Dr Jertio Carpenter who will remain with her Wm McKinney left Monday for Chicago where ho will bb foreman in one of the departments of a corn plant er factory which will manufacture Col anhams patent Misses Ella and Blanch Barnett are visiting relatives in Stanford On Wednesday morning Feb 10 1009 Miss Beulah McCroaby of Mercer county was united in marriage to James W North son of Hon M F North of this county The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride by Rev Frank Thompson after which Mr and Mrs North left for an extended trip to Jacksonville Fla The wedding was a beautiful culmination to tho bright hopes of two strong earnest young natures Loving hands had made the home an exquisite floralset ting for the charming panorama that moved within to tender strains of tho Mendelssohn wedding chorus Mr Stanley M Crosby and Miss Annie North IIgroomcontracting parties Tho bride was gowned in a handsome blue traveling suit and carried a boquet of brides rose They were the recipients of many beautiful presents of silver nnd cut glass May the brightness of that royal day be an earnest of the future that awaits them KINGSVIELE i I griptorT D Williams and Dave Rambo were hefe this week looking for work horses Mrs J B Gooch is hero with her daughter Mrs Belle Kjdd is on the sick list Miss Grace Hensley has returned from Boone county Elbert Young is at home from Leo county Seymour Starns of Science Hill was hero looking for a farm He wants to buy in tho Graded School district George Leach sold to Jim Hughes 10 acres of land G A Walter bought 165 acres Pf land in tho suburbs of Kings villa Davis Harvey and his brother engag ed in a difficulty last week and tho former was shot in tho face chest and arms with a shot gun He was not dangerously wounded Champ Francis and Tom Sexton engaged in a fight Saturday night Fran was struck on the head with a pis making some ugly gashes Sexton was slightly cut with a knife Roy Green Coker of Burnaide filled his appointment at Pleasant Point Ho preached three sermons pleasing all who heard him The congregation has decides to call him for the remainder the year Hexamothyleiietetramlne Tho above Is tho name of a Gorman chemical which is bdb of tho many valuable Ingredients of Foleys Kidney Remedy Uoxamethylenotetra mine is recognized by medical text books and authorities ns a urlo acid solventand antiseptic for tho urine TakoFployg Kldnoy Remedy as soon you notice nay Irregularities and avoid a serious malady New Stanford J Drug Co Tho divorce statistics for England and Wales for 1907 have been publish ed There wpre 734 and in 190G there were 767 Tliedecreaseis small hat gratifying Thojontrast between theseI figures and those 6f this country is greatRnaumono1IowGrippe I Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the use of Foleys Iloneyraad Tar for la grippe I and deep seated Ql s e out the genuine in the lellowiagka d r New Stanford Prug Co I t t F1110F410e cJomiog j You will find 500 samples on our countersI j d from which you can makes selection for a ailQT Made Suite l We1 have the latestistyles and patterns Sat1 isfaction guaranteed jNJo fitno sale J Ymmitl Wearea STANFORD KENTUCKY i 1 1 ELECTRIC RANGES The Range to buy n full saver n moneymaker tho best Maker A largo lino of select from and w 5 will appreciate a call GEQ GE He FARRIS Stanford Ji r tiaa lLiigd lt14At + + atr2LvIISWf7 GOING SOUTHkWinter TourlstTickets Now on Sale V VIA QUEEN ICRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points youth 9nd Spujjuast Tickets Geed tmrmipsj Math Hay 91at1199 e Write for rata and folder H Co KING CPA 101 L lisle St llaladtaf I1- rtT r c u 7JlnTrwv e I1JJnrftItf rolSl kl 1 i JournalIil f CHARLES A HARDIN t of Uercer county Is n candidate for Com monwealths Attorney of this the 18th Ju r f dicial district subject to the action of the j democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is n candidate for circuit Judge of tblllthetathIletrlrteuhlect to the I 1Democratlo party r M C 8AUFLEY I Iin candidate for circuit Judge of this the Lath judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party t fDemocratic Ticket For Stato Senator i R 1 HUBBLE of Llncolncounty I l For n Itcpresentntlyc W H SHANKS1 For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY I t For County Attorney V S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W 1 McCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District A JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE I For Magistrate Crab Orchard District I WARD MOORE Tor Magistrate Hustonvllle District I K HELM SR For Constable Hustonvillo District 1 Eo TRUE a For Magistrate Wnynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH IT wont be tong till the old courthouse now standing on court Equarawil be a thing of the past and in its stead placed a magnificent structure that the coming generations will enjoy and jus tiee will be dealt out with dispatch by those in whom the people have imposed the responsible trust An old saying goes Fools build houses and wise msn live in them Dont let that be the case in this instance Democrats we beg of you to get together if you be apart Bury your political differ ences and let that party which we love and gave our allegience to years ago as the best to govern and rule all the peo ple triumph over Republicanism and Bossism in Lincoln county Tell us Mr Republican is it not known that the Ring and Federal Officeholders Machine in this county are holding all the committeemens places or Fed eral jobs They are not the ones on the outside looking in One 6f the outsiders was given a little red plum last year in the way of n nomination for county judge W Russell Dillion It is charged by his friends that he didnt receive the cordial and warm support from the ring and machine for that office but as to that charge being I correct we do not know nor do we care but we do implore our own house hold to put its members at the great wheel of democracy and majorities un heard of before in old Lincoln will be rolled up for the splendid ticket that stands at our mast head The iNTERIOR- S JOURNAL promises to do its duty and we ask all true and loyal democrats to do likewise We propose to let the rank and file of the republican party of Lin coln county know who bas been and are getting the juicy and luscious plums of their party and those boys in the trenches who help to do the work of their party get the icy stare only when election time comes around and then it is only a Billy Taft smile THAT was a terrific call down of President Roosevelt by the Senate sub committee which decided to bring in a report that he acted without authority in consenting to the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Co by the United States Steel corporation The report severely criticizes the president for directing tho attorney general not to institute prosecutions under the anti trustact It mast bo like wormwood and gall for tho president to have his authority questioned and to have his motives impugned is awful NEARLY every Legislature has bills presented to tax bachelors but they never come to a head One is before the New Mexico Legislature now to tax bachelors from 25 to 45 10 a year and widowers 25 a year The reason the latter figure is so high is probably be cause of the fear that having tried it once widowers will be shy of matrimony again The amount realized is to help support old maids SpecialSpeakwho dont go neednt ask for of fire for the next six years T A VIRGINIA egro who assaulted and murdered a young girl was tried and sentenced to death within 24 hours af ter she died He confessed The execution is to occur March 22 The speedy trial saved him from a mob and it is doubtful that in such cases tho fiends ought to be rayed from thorn One phaze of the trial dhows the differ ence in the law there and in Kentucky The dispatch says that on his confes sion the judge immediately sentenced tho Negro without the Intervention of a jury A judge has not that pow er in this State but we can see no good season why he should not have in certain cases where a jury is simply an automatum MAIL order husbands do not gener ally pan out well as Miss Frances Livingston of Boyd Wis has dis covered She advertised for one and got over 1000 responses She selected one whom she thought would fill the bill but he fell down so completely on what she expected that in less than a month she set him adrift To get even with the rest of them she Is going to publish f book of the letters she received in response to heradvertisement with names and all and a thousand or more bachelors and widowers are on the anxious seat The moral is let women or men who advertise for husbands or wives severely alone MR TAFT has bought a horse for his personal use from a Virginia breeder He Is described as being a powerful bloodybay gelding with black points six years of age He is of the hunter type 17 hands high 1250 pounds in I weight and is described as an Ideal weight carrier with the best of manners Poor fellow I He is to be pitied Those three hundred pounds will test the power of his spinal columnI IN somo districts of Kentucky tho amount that a magistrate can earn is so small that the office goes abeg ging In Philadelphia such officials get 3500 a year and not satisfied are petitioning the Legislature for an increase to 5000 as much as our Appellate Judge receive Gov HASKELL of Oklahoma intimates that he will take some judicial action against Roosevelt after his retirement from office In other words hes going to treat him to a taste ot his own medicine and heres hoping ho will Gov PATTERSON of Tennessee not agree with Mr Watterson that n prohibitionist can be a Democrat but h probably has an Idea that no Tennessee Legislator can be a Patterson adherent GEHONIMO and Gen Phil Sheridan have at last met on the happy hunting grounds and the latter has been more than ever convinced that the only good Indian is a dead one IT appears that 657 tramps were killed on tho Pennsylvania railroad last year Thats about as good a way to get rid of the nuisances as any that could be devised THE Louisville Post makes a terrific arraignment of Senator Bradley but Editor Knott himself is in sympathy with the devil and in league with hell so to speak IN the Cooper trial at Nashville the rule of the sinking steamers is being fol lowed regarding admission to the court roomWomen and children first A DOCTOR claims that laziness Is a disease that will yield to treatment We suppose the treatment is the application of a black snake whip TUB movement to take the tariff out of politics ought to give way to a movement to take politics out of the tariff POLLs Walter Crawley has been appointed postmaster at Ashwood Anderson county Hon J F Porter of Webster coun ty has announced for speaker of the next House Insurance Commissioner Bell has appointed W S Carver of Edmonton clerk in his office The head of Lincoln will bo put upon the silver half dollar and the head of Cleveland upon silver certifi catesIThe Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill requiring the Star I Spangled Banner to be sung in the public schools of Indiana Washingtons birthday anniversary was celebrated in various cities throI out the United States and by residents in several of the foreign cap itals i Thirty Kentucky sheriffs have not yet made their annual settlement with the auditor The law requires that settlement be made in February and that the sheriffs bonds be renewed Capt James Blackburn former Uni ted States Marshal was seriously In jured in a fall at Versailles his hip be ing broken Owing to his advanced age his friends art apprehensive Senator Jack Chinn of Mercer before leaving for California Wednesday I announced himself for speaker of the next House of Representatives making the seventh entry in the field The governor has appointed the fol lowing Alaska Ycon Exposition delegates John Speed Smith Richmond ByAtkinsorEarlington S P Jones Louisville C E Hoge Frankfort J A Averdick Covington George B Harper Frankfort- In his speech before the republican committee meeting at Louisville Sen ator Bradley declared that it would not do for officeholders and candidates to name officers of conventions Ho said If qfficeholders and candidates select th officers of conventions this year Louisville would go Democratic Presidentelect Taft was the central figure in the celebration by the University of Pennsylvania of the anni versary of the birth of George Washington The exercises took place in the old Academy of Music in Philadelphia into which 4000 persons crowd ed Mr Taft was enthusiastically re ceivedThe Louisville Post says that during the committee meeting in Louisville Senator Bradley would go to a group of the faithful and shako hands with them all but the one he wanted to show his contempt for Samuel J Roberts of the Lexington Leader was the victim of this stunt but at last accounts he was able to sit up take notice and swallow a little nourishment Samivel old boy we are perry for you You cant get anything for six years to come unless you hasten to make peace with tho Senator lie isnt so unrelenting if you go at h m right CouldRevolts A Your only Lope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectallrou ble lies In an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writesJlUlI wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa tion Headache 25c at Pennys Drug- Store IWE have just celebrated with great and enthusiasm the center peopleI800 soldiers have just left New York for the Philippines to replace the num ber of those who have died or became goIFoley Honey and Tar clears tho Inolobstinateecough disappears Sore lungs nrohoaled and strengthened and the cold is expelled from the system Refuse any but the genuine in the yel low package New Stanford Drug Co Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skit diseases Eczema quickly yields and it permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam ple E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes have your measure taken by n tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whvthern low prlco builne suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your measure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fall and Winter sam pies on hand ready for your Inspection H O RUILEY The Tailor Htanford Ky Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and mot adequate safeguard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Lifer Insurance Co It II conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Its policy contracts fair dealing with Its members and large returns to holders The couupnnylrjustentering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than companies combined Write for particulars utatlng age and whether married or single ton AgtMyersJames I White Solicitor for Ilockcastlo Oo Mill Elevator Rtshlinca and Land Fir SalJI roughlydelHour The plant Is In dally operation pro notImachin ery the business was established In l75 and and Is In good favor with a large steady tradeThunew two story 10 room bnrnbUIIgyIlIItr on a lot 180 feet nont by 676 feet deep nndIdoland desirable homes In Marlon Uountyv At tached to this ls n pldt of about ll acres of tho very finest bottom land than which t1tnloI In the lllo KIIbemutlful village with good churches and Marion0ountywherennd whore this mill has it good trade This hnndomeIhighest bidder on the premises WKDNK8DAY MAUOH IdTIUlWW ondoyon or address Doot BvK TCHHUNC Executors IT BradfordsvllJe Ky If You Want To CrowCornAlfaltrt hogs and cattle come M Butler Co Send for list of Improved farms Address J E WEST Augusta Ka- Th JcINFh MM Stnsttrlum Lancaster Street INorth Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Rye Nose Throat Ear ClenltoUrlnnry Rectal Or gain Nervous System and Hurgery MASONS MEET r Lincoln Lodge No 00 Ft AM will meet In tinted communlcntlon on loch first anti third Monday night of each month at TWO oclock In their hall on Main street Htnn ford Ky Members of sister lodges nre frn tprnnlly invited to bo present U L JVnny I T v iennlugtonSec NOTICEI JSotlco It hereby Riven that all Lincoln coullt bonds of series 11 Issued Slnrcli I- INp9ndemnabioinlsyearswlthprtvile 0 paying In lOyears from unlit unto will bo lireentation hank and that Interest on same will slop after sold date Total amount lCuu ThlsJnnSl HUM Jnmvt McKcchnle O II Cooper nnd W H Hurcli Committee B D CARTER Now Liver Dopot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTU- CKYCONCRETING I We nre In position to do all kinds of con creting as Workilnvomttnuand tn fact we cn any a house down to n fence last We cnn serve you and guarantee flrt class prlcelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE r Fire LifelAccident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the leading companies of the world represented UOlllpeht In rates with lollIftIngsuit In tuft history of this agency losses promptly paid and without discount No waiting i clays for your money lleforo In luring call on MAHONY G RANKIN The Insurance Men of Sta- nfordPAIN H atlassinletlrailedDr a llttJa pink tablet Thai oops Headache Tablet lfulJen7bough pressureIfIf you are sleepless restless nervous Its Mood condition surely Is a certalntlfor BhooptsIlad 111bletalCO It 1nQ IDIDU1H and thstablets simply distribute Uw unnatural blood pressure and doesnt It ret red and swell endployou Of course It does Its eon poloiWa IOU as 26 WIll end cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STOR- EHENRY WATTERSONS PAPER 1 Weekly Courier Journal 0 AND The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not heArd of tho CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer tho WEEKLY OOUIUEBODHNAL ono year and this paper toe the price named above Bend your subscription for the com bination to aeapt tc tkO OourlerJonrna 1ht 4 i BOyS i ChanceJu- st I to keep things a little lively for a few more weeks we are going to put on sale some special things i- nBoys Clothing i at a rediculously low price 50 pairs of boyst50cent knee pants at 25 cents 1CC p ERtf of boys 50 and 75cent knee pants at 35 cents and a few pair of 1 and 150 one at 75 cents 250 suits at 150the 3 Suits are re duced to 190 a fine lot of 350 and 4I suits at 250 each a few 5 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 quicktThese Prices Must Be CoshJ H J McHOBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY 5J a3EecEecsfl af Emtel SNew Ledgers Journals And 09 Cash Books 00Itt t In Great Variety of Styles and Prices Very Complete tt tLineof Stationery fl J Wm l PENNYS DRUG STORE 1BtanrordrKentucky fa BBBBBBBBBBBEBEEH- ighest i Market Prices Paid For Eggs Hides Furs I Hens lie Roosters 4 to 4 l2c x I R f Chickens 9 to lOc I J Ducks lO to 10 I2c Geese6 to 7c- Turkeys t12 to 14c J Scrap Iron Guineas 20c a PieceRubberH B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky f FOR SALE I SAhorso power boiler and engine alai saw mill for sale Will sell either or both OKAS KNHHMK Ottunhelm Ky 1ostotllce Wnynosburg I- CySEEDS Wo ship best quality field cord garden sncds dIrect to farmers nt lowest wholesale pricesWo sell clovers grasses seed oats seed corn cane seed millet cow pvassoja beans seed potatoes cabbage plants no gordenbenn8and flower seeds land plaster and fertiliz ers Write us for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE REED CO M Bttcond Ave North NaI1 I Tema a u t EGGS FOR SALE l ffrolllielechti Jfpr Sale i I desire to soil privately my stock of Gro builJnV n CEO IT IIOPIKIl Stanford Ky I tThotfencing good plenty of water and fruit Also ixi acres or timbered land ono mile East of half under fence plentyjof water and good tobacco land Sea ngcrop J A OIV ENH Aeent dcKinney K1I J Silk Petticoatsii t i Let us ebow you tho fullest mode tho best workmanship and of the beet taffeta you over saw in n 8500 Skirt Miss New York has no equal in quality oflIilk width and neat work tThe I ill SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYulThe Interior Journal I BrulD KY FEll 20 1009 j NEW assortment of local view post t cards at Pennys Dng Store t SOME very bargains In Box Paper but the supplyIs Ask t to see them Store t PERSONALSL I W W WADE of Corbin Is down on business I JAMES F BRADY was In Louisville WednesdayMRS K WARNER spent several days In Garrard CASHIER W M BIUCMIT was in Gin cinnati Tuesday W W SAUNDERS was In Lexington this week on business W 0 WALKER and little daughter spent Tuesday In Garrard ATTORNEY J M KOTHWELL of Len caster is attending court here JUDGE JAS D BLACK of Harbour vlllc was hero Tuesday on business i of Dr and- y f PRESCOTT BROWN son Mrs E J Brown Is quite iliaC typhoid feverT F SriNK of Colesburg Hordln county was hero with relatives Wed nesday TUB U D Cs will meet with Mrs 1 J W Alcorn Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock COUNTY ATTORNEY WILLIAM WATTS of Jessamine was attending court hero this week JUDGE M D HUGHES and Attorney W I Williams of Lancaster were hero Wednesday Miss FRANCES COOPER attended the danco given at tho rink in Danvillo Wednesday night Mns J B PAXTON and littlo son James A spent several days with her parents in Lancaster- J B NEVIUS was up from Lebanon Junction Wednesday to see his mother Mrs Mattio Nevius rail A C SINE spent several days at I Lebanon Junction nd Boston getting up Maccabce lodges LITTLE Miss LOUISE LYNN returned r Wednesday from a visit to Mrs W I Logan Wood nt Danvillo MR T C WILLIS of Nicholasvlllc was hero Wednesday with old friends againfOwsloy bo BUTTE Nash the entertain a number of their friends 1will of the homo of Mrs W S Jones Miss NELLIE OTTER f Stanford will arrive the last oClOoweek to visit her aunt Mrs Joe Werne Courier Journal MRS ARTHUR HILL of Stanford is in tho city shopping Mrs W Logan Wood will loavo today for Somerset i where sho will bo the guest of friends for a weekAdvocate1- IoN B M ARNBTT of Nicholas witnessIin tho Llpport case circuit court Mr Arnett is a candi dates for Stato Senator from his dig trict and is a strong democrat and a I most affable gentleman LOCALS It SEE my line of wagon and buggy har nets J C Mr ClnryeI IF you want good meat call on WII 1 kinson Lutes Phone 47 the genuine Oliver plow points Lipps Peavyhouse Hustonviilo 1GET you tried the dRex coal t yet You can find it at Denhamu fyard SALEA 16horsepower port engine and boiler J R Powell FOR all kinds of mcate phone 178 and have it sent to your house J L Meeks THE covet never breaks on I tho hip It never rusts Sold by Miss Ella May Saunders I WEDNESDAY was Ash Wednesday first day of Lent and 40 days from that day Easter will boo havetij Call in and be May Saunders I L REX coal Is guaranteed Try it Denham Bros AN abundance ofownpaper for sale at this ofllco LOOK at our new A granite ware W Hf HIggins WANTED a good farm hand to milk Address Box 190 Stanford Ky IF a man tornafow things of his unwritten history let him run for office I HAVE bushels I German millet seed for sale SI per bushel F Schnlz ler Ottcnhclm Ky renntt a welling of four or five rooms in or near Stanford J M Carter Sr Moreland 4t Two Oliver typewriters built over and with a years guarantee for sale Price 15 each M A Johnson Stanford I NOTES and accounts collected any where in tho United States and no charges unless wo collect Mays Col lection Agency Somerset Ky IF you havo a highclass business horse stallion or jack for sale enter tho Hustonville Combination Sale Co and they will sell It for you Seo ad STORE ROBBEDWe learned as wo went to press that tho store of Mr J E Buck at tho depot at Gilberts Creek was entered Wednesday night and a lot of goods stolen Wo hopo tho landparty will be apprehended and behind tho barsITHE homo of the ito John F Ca hon Danville Avenue is for sale private ly Tho residence is largo commodious and in good repair There are 29J acres in tho Jot For further particulars call on II C Baughman nt tho First Na tional Bank or James N Cash Tur narsvllle WILDER John Wilder aged 21 son of William Wilder of near Hubble died Wednesday of consumption He had been III for some tlmo Mr Wilder was a hardworking honorable young man Services were conducted by Rev D M Walker yesterday at 1130 oclock and his remains were bur- Ied In Buffalo Springs cemetery Ho was unmarried THE St Asaph creek never WAS as high as it was Tuesday It poured down rain all day and In tho afternoon it was so high that some of tho colored fraternity on tho creek had to move out of their houses in order to keep from being washed out Wo are glad to see the creek get a good cleaning out as It was badly needed Logans creek at Rowland was swollen out of its banks and Dix river is at a high pointCOULTERMrs Nannie Coulter wife of Mr James Coulter of Middleburg died Wednesday at her late home there of a complication of troubles Mrs Coultor was about CO years of ago a member of tho Christian church and a most excellent woman In every respect HOT remains were consigned to the tomb on Saturday after a beautiful ser vice by Elder J Q Montgomery Her husband and threo daughters aro loft to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother A good woman has gono I AN EXPRESSION op GRATITUDE Mr J C Coulter and family of Middleburg take this means of expressing their sinccro gratitude and appreciation to all their friends and neighbors for their very kind and thoughtful attention throughout the recent bereavement as well as to Mrs Coulter during her ill ness It is on such occasions as thlsj that true sympathy and friendship aro an untold comfort and support to thoI bereaved oncsThe many beautiful floral tributes are likewise deeply apeI preciated by the entire family CIRCUIT CouRTlntheof Jim Tall colored for shooting George Smith which was on trial as we went to prose Monday tho jury returned a verdict of not guilty Mack Coulter charged with cruelly to animals went acquit J F Lippert and Lowls F Hutchison of Jessamine countycharged with shooting at J B Gilkerson at Crab Orchard some time ago aro on trial There were a dozen or moro character witnesses over from Jessa mine county on behalf of tho above gentlemen We believe larger crowds havo attended this court than any term a years A I New Spring Coatsi f I Wo have just opened a swell lino of light weight coats for early Spring wear Splendid values and correct styles 85 to 81150 I CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer FOR SALEAhot of roller skates Apply at this office a SEE W II Higgins about a roof paint that has a fiveyear guarantee CONGRESSMAN HELM is sending out to his constituents a lot of garden seed READ tho advertisement of Dinwid die Co tho new Uustonville under takers WE make a specialty of pleasing particular people Try our Rex coal Wo guarantee it Denham Bros FOR SALE OR LENTThe storehouse on East Main Street Ap ply at once to W K Warner I FOR SALE Thoroughbred S C Brown Leghorn eggs from selected stock Russell Brown Stanford Ky 2t TilE creditors of LHorton are di rected to file their claims with mo verified as required by law at once J D Horton admr LISTEN If you want to savo money on building this year give mo your con tract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phone 84 MR J C McCLARY tho undertaker furnished a coffin for the county for a Mrs Itacliff said to be 105 years old who died near McKinney Wednesday I JESSE hens colored was placed ijail Wednesday night charged with be ing of unsound mind Ho made threats against several persons imagining they had wronged him CE persons having claims against tho estate of John Z Spoona more deceased will present same to me properly verified for payment Bet tlo Spoonamore Admx 2t THERE are only a few more days left in which tho old town clock can keep time for us We suggest that Jailer Coffey wind it up and set it according to standard time What about it Mr Jailer WEDNESDAY was dayall kinds of weatherrain snow and sunshine tho thermometer dropping in the eve ning to a freezing stage but yesterday tho sun was out in full blast and th birds were singing as if Spring had really come- T TilE meeting of the stockholders of tho Crab Orchard Fair Racing Asso elation which was to have been held yesterday was postponed until next Monday March 1 Stockholders will please bear this in mind It II Bro naugh secretary SALE OP TOWN PROPERTY As agen of tho Bourne heirs I will at about 3 M Saturday March 6 1909 offer sale at public outcry in front of the premises tho building and lot on Lan caster Street now occupied by Robert Fcnzel Terms will be announced on day of sale W H Higgins agt2t MR W L McCARTY has employed Attorneys W S Burch and Geo D Florence to defend his contest case for the office of sheriff before the democrat- Ic county committee when it is called for that purpose by chairman G L Penny Mr McCarty has 20 days to file his reply to the petition of Mr M S Baugh manONCE FAMOUS SURGEON Dr J 0 Cooper was notified yesterday morning of the death at Crab Orchard Sunday night of Dr Robert G Redd a broth erinlaw Dr Redd who was 67 years age and onco ono of tho most prom- Inent military surgeons in tho service the army It was on account of the great faith Gen Custer had in him as physician nnd surgeon that lie was not a victim of tho massacre at Little Big Horn when Gen Custer and his entire command met death at tho hands qf tho Indians At that time Dr Redd was an enlisted surgeon in tho United States army ho having enlisted when a young man After his discharge from the army Dr Redd became a surgeon for tho Northern Pacific railroad in which capacity ho served for many years Dr Redd came to Kentucky about 10 years ago from Montana where ho had resided slnco ho loft tho army Ho came to Kentucky on account of failing health and went to tho homo of his brother Charles A Redd at Crab Orchard Courier Jpurnal 23rd I I in READ the advertisement of Road Su pervisor Dudderar The bids for road contracts will bo opened on Monday March 1 I SEE my handsome line of Spring buggies harness etc Call while you have a large assortment to select from E T Pence Stanford Ky TimE thehigh school md fifth grade invite tho patrons of these departments to an open session of their Literary Societies In tho chapel this Friday afternoon Feb 26 at 130 o1 clock FOR SALEFarm of 52 acres situat ed in Preachersville known as the 3rdrAnyone wishing information concerning same will apply to J F Holtzclaw Preachersville Ky 5 MR JOHN DOWNER who is here from Cincinnati told us yesterday that a mov ing picture show at tho Walnut Thea torium at that place had Stanford court square displayed on canvass It looked so good to him that ho really had to come back and tell us about it ON the first day of the week commonly called Sunday let us all go to church and try our best to look con tented while sitting through a dull ser mon Tho more punishment wo get in this world tho less we get in the next Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civilwar veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trou b e and the grave to cause his death yl contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me In spito of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New piscovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 179 pounds For severo Colds ob stinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled 60c and e1 Trial bottle freo Guaranteed by lnnys Drug Store Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant clicf and permanently cures any form jf Skin or Scalp disease All Welose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Diriwiddie ofrHustonville Kv Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods PUBLIC SALE We will on WEDNESDAY MAKO1I 31909 at the home of Mm Louisa IIolttclftwdeceased In IrcacbersvIIIe to the highest and best bIdder tliofollowing property towlt lit tract The dower containing 11 acres of land with Improvement one good well at kitchen door Hold laud contain About 0 ncrei of orchard u Rood variety ot fruit Tract No 2 of U acres adjoining this dow nr On this tract Is n good pond and a cprlng neverIn separate tracts and at n whole and the best will lie tho purchaser Tho land will bo told one third cash and remainder In ono and two years with 8 cr cent Interest from ilnto o1 sale until pale with lien retained on land for purchase The personal property consists of the following An extra Jersey cow with young salt tbroot ninree ono In JOI to lillver King tile other to jack ono family horse 8 colts coming year old Hllvur ling1 Jersey bull So bushels of hill onions mid sets lot of turnips Irish potatoes 1 buggy spring wagon harness lot of poultry household nnd kitchen furniture weaver loom large and smnll pinning wheels warping bars spool rock etc Homo old style furniture many oth er things not mentioned TEIUIIi OF HALIAll sums under SID Chili In hand tlmt amount and over on n credit of throt months with 0 per cent In torost from date negotiable and payable in the Lincoln County National Htontonl Hole will commence ot 10 oclock AM For further Information apply to E It Holtzclaw on said land HOLT70LAW 1IEIBH Ac M BOURNS Auctioneer American Lady Corsets n New stock of these celebrated models Justin We are showing new ie longhip models rt 81 to C2 L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin SKIRTS We will sell a few skirts that we havo left nt greatly reduc ed prices in order to make room for spring lines We have just received beautiful line of ribbons belting 4 spring oxfords silks hamburg laces etc Our spring lines is about complete and the best we have ever carried and our prices are right We invite your inspection Make your selections now before the stock is pickedover Remember we represent two of the best tailoring concerns in the country and guarantee fit quality and price I c 1 HUGHES MARTIN COI 1Dryt Goods Notions ShoesI Jut RGGG1v6Uv Off + A Nice Lot of I Japanese and Chinese Mattings V Iz 1 = 2 and 35C Per Yard I W a Perkins Crab Orchard Jfiirst Tfational tank Stanford Jty Organutd 882 Capital Stock S5OOOO Surplus and Wndiotdad iProfitt S9 000 jffaa paid In it idandssineo Organization s2 500 fnvito Wow jfccounis on Our Wjeriis OFFICERS 1s Honker President- S T Harris VJcePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WVSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate Big Combination Sale OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses Stallions and Jacks To be Held at Hustonville Ky March 24 25 Write for Entry Blanks Entries Close March 10th The Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY t V The Interior Journal j Snieredin ike FottOffice at Stanford at Man1d claM matter t L N TIME TKBL1 No l1 HouthnMp M NoZJHouthllMU A M No 24 North 4 140 A M No XI North BW P31 No 17 louT A M No iv 240 PM JOS S RICE Agont The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE r A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberte Drug Store in the Owsley Building Inswts Tobacco and Jtbacco Isms Nothing But Insuranco Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Reildence Phone S4 Office 03 Insure with mo and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas I Fox ii n lmnd orao large young Jersey Bull descended from n Ion and unbroken lino of the mot noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills slre It one of the bulls over Imported and his dam is a show cow that ha F pounds of rich milk in one day If you be lieve Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you nrnll yourself of his ser vice He will bo allowed to servo n limited 1 number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a fee of IS each Make engagement before sending sotto ba bred A OTTKU Telepbonq 80 Stanford 6y- NBWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices AtIMcKinneyKyTo- ucans find our Btnndnnl Ilcmedy the greatest blood and livermedicine yet known case ItheumatlamSalt Uheum Kld ney Trouble and nil dltenivs nrlslatJ from Impure blood It has no equal It Is manu lectured under the pure food act of June uu 7RU and guaninteed by the manufacturer If tbo tamed Is taken according to directions and If he oralie Is not benolltfd by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package rontnlns etc doses with n re Uterrd Kuarau toe and moiling card wit hfulllnsfuctlons We Kttid It to tiny address by mall on re of 11 per package or six for Iv Iietlerordera box today If token In time you might save a big doctors bill Itemeinbcr If you toke the Itcmedy accord Ins to Instructions and are not benefited got your dollar back You will notJou the remedy In drug stores for solo it Is sold only bv our authorized agents I llfcUBEN WILLIAMS Agent Wo 3u- yFURS I Elides Vooi and Ftlher Tallow BOMWCX Ciatenc Golden SoaUYdIowRccelMayApple wild Ciager etc Vft tn dcl rt- wuhBAJ ia l856OreT Laf a centutJ le Louimiy tnd cm do better let yea flue sent tt coamwon recrcUoti Rdc au- nT packlo Lou YiIc Writs for wally paoeliti aid iipcug Uja- fii Qabe Sons 229 E Narkrt St LOUISVILLE KY 1 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm K en Also Dealers in Fur iilturo MattingflRugs They will exchange Furniture for AllJ Kinds of Stock Give RightFSTANFORD KENTUCKY Jt C McCIary 3 Undertaker Embalmer and a Dealor InlHarnoss Saddlerya j t STANFORD KYIOfflos 1hone107e- r x rt a FARMERS DEPARTMENT IB D Iloltzclaw sold at Lancasti Monday 20 cattle at 3i to 31c S J Bell sold to J W Powell oUho West End a Jersey cow and calf lor 70FOR SALE Cultivated hemp aced 1908 crop J B Walker Richmond Ky FOR SALE50 or 60 bushels of homo grown blue grass seed W A Coffey McKinney Ky Charles Lutes and J H Boughma sold to B D Hoitzclaw a car load at 1100pound steers at 520 STRAYED OR STOLENDarkbay mare heavy with foal Reward torre covery Mrs John P Gooch mareJelKingsvl11e Ky FOK SALETeam of four yearoh horse mules 16hands high extra good ones Eightyearold family horse and nine year old family mare Charles Lutes Hustonville FOR SALE 1000 barrels of good sound corn 12 or 15 cars of timothy hay and a nico road horse heavy enough for carriage or rockaway tour years old and gentle I S Tevis She by City Ky 4t W G McClintock of this city bought ten mules last week at from f35 to 100 Bert McClintock of Mil ersburg bought in Mason county last week 14 mules and one horse at prices ranging from 150 to 210 Bourbon News Preston the sire of tho brood mare recently sold by J A Robinson to P Woolridge of Pewee Valley for 150 and grandsire of Queen of the May thai Mr W sold to Lawrence Jones at the Louisville Horse Show last year for S5000 will make tho season of 1909 al the stable of J C Bailey at Crab Orch ard at the small fee of 20 to insure r living colt SENATOR MCCREARY of Kentucky spoke and voted for an adequate navy In the course of his speech the Senator said Armaments Increase with disputes and danger arbitration increase with peace and security As the arei of International arbitration is extended there will be increased peace and se curity which will be sure to warrant the decrease of armaments Nations weakness invites war military and naval strength advance peace and arbi tration If our country had no army and no navy and was not known to be formidable in war we would not be an Important factor in the great problem of arbitration for the settlement of In ternational disputes That 5s sound doctrine and the substance of it is found in Washingtons farewell address It is not jingoism but sound American ism and we are glad that it was spok en in the Senate by a democrat iron Kentucky Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in bed tot live weeks Blood poison from aspld ers bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington- of Bosquevllle Tex For eczema bolls burns and piles its supreme S3c at Pennys Drug Store Governor Vardamaa of Mississippi ells of a colored citizen of that State who gave a justice of the peace a big fat possum as a wedding fee A year after the justice on meeting the dark y asked Joe how do you like married life Well sah answpred Joe ruefully aall I kin say is I wish Id eat dat possumLippincotts- Foleya Orlno Laxative cures constl atlon and liver troubleand makes the owels healthy and regular Orino Is uporlor to pills and tablets as it docs ot gripe or nauseate Why take ay thing else New Stanford Drug 1o Erastus being asked how he had oted replied In the mahnln sab I was inclined to do Republican cause for dey give me three dollahs but in- the afternoon do Democrats gave me- two dullahs So salt I voted do Democrat ticket straight because dey was leas corrup soh do leas corrup aah The cleverest Imitation of teal Coffee over yet made Is Dr Shoops Hoalth toffee It Is fine in flavor and Is iado in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made frpm pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug StOlo TilE commission atlast taken teps to restore the Clay statue at Lex- Ington The Legislature appropriated 10000 for the purpose a year ago and the commission was promptly appoint cd by Gov Willson but they have ap reared to sleep till now A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Dough Remedy No oplumno chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Penpys Drug Store- A President my boy looms great Enthusiasm kindles But a Vice President Id state I Just dwindles Notice To Contractors Letting Monday rich i 09 Notice is hereby given that Ins Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday March 1 1000 rcccii scaled bids for stone and grovel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county Ky All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone and grave must bo scaled and filed with mo on or before 10 oclock A M Monda March J 1009 at Stanford Ky and no bids will be received after thnt time Contracts will bo let to the lowest and beet bidders and contracto will bo required to give bond with surety to bo approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages flr failure to so perform their contracts within the time and under tho coud tions hereinafter mentioned Stanford t Danville piko Sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattio White gate 30 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Mrs Whites gato to Boy county line 30 rods of stone or gravel Stanford Rush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 35 rods of atone Same Sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods of stone or 30 rods gravel Stanford A Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford llustonvillo pike to lIang lug Fork Creek 10 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville Hustonvillc pike 20 rods gravel Stanford Millcdgovillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford Hustouvillo pike to HcCormacks Church 10 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from McCormack Church to MilledgevlHo 10 rods of gravel Stanford Ireachcrsvillo piko Sec 1 from Stanford c4 Crab Orchard llike to Wilkersons Branch 20 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Wilkersou Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike 20 rods of stout Stanford it Crab Orchard piko Sec 1 from Stanford to Baughmans gnte 10 rods of stone Same Sec 2 from Baughmans gate to Bywatcrs gate 15I rods of stone or 20 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Bywaters gate to Crab Orchard 25 rods of true or gravel Stanford Ottcnhciiu pike free 1 from Stanford it Waynesburg pike to T G Lynns 20 rods of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from J G Lynn to Boones shop 15 rods stoup or gravel Same Sec 3 from Boones shop to Ottcnheim 10 rods of gravel Stanford Dix River Sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to Lindens Switch 10 rods of gravel Stone Sec 2 from lindens Switch to Traylors lone 30 rods of gravel Same Sic 3 from Traylors lane to Gar runt line 20 rods of gravel Stanford Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Lagans lane 20 roes of stone or 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Log ns lane to Garran line 15 rods of gravel Stanford Wnyccsburg pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike 15 rods of atone Same Sec 2 from Ottctihcim pike to JInywood road at root if Knobs 25 rods of stone Same Sec 3 from Maywood road to Carter Store 20 rods of stone Same Sec 4 from Carters Store to Hutchison Schoolhouse 15 rods of stone Same Sec 5 from Hutchisons School houeo to Butts Storo 15 rolls of stone Same Sec 0 from Hulls Store to Kiugsville pike 20 rods of stone Same Sec 7 from Kingsville pike to George Gaines 15 rods of gravel Same Sec 8 from Gaines to G W Clifts 25 rods of gravel Same Sec 9 from G W Clifts to Wuynosbur 8 rods of gravel Stanfiyd it llustonvillo pike Secl from Slanfpnl to Cashs Storo 30 rod of stone Same Sec 2 from Cashs Store to Hanging Fork 30 role or stone Same Sec 3 fromHanging Fork to Ilustouvillo 40 role of stone or 50 rods gravel- Hustonville it Coneys Mill pike Sec 1 from Hustonville to Wm Qai sons 20 rolls of stone or gravel Same Sec 2 from Win Carsons to Mt salem 30 rods of stone or gravel Hustonvillc it Bradfordsvillo pike whole road 15 rods of gravel Hustouvillo it Dauvillo pike See 1 from HuBtouvillo to Black pike 50 rode of stone Same Sec2 from Block pikoto Boyle county lino 60 rod gravel Ilustouvillo it Carpenters Creek piko 40 rods of stono or GO rods of gnlel Ilustouvillo itMcKinucy pike 10 rods of gravel McKinney it Coflbys Mill pile Sec 1 from South Fork pike to tollgati 20 rods gravel Same Sec 2 from tollgate to Fair plate 40 rods of stone Sume Sec 3 from Fair place to Mt Salem 40 rods of stone Same Sec 1- flPulIt Salem to Casey lino 15 rods of stone McKinney Turners villc pike from McKiiiuey to John Murphyd 30- rods of gravel McKinney South Fork pike 30 rods of gravel Turncravillo it McKinney pike 50 rods of gravel Turncrsvillo McCormacks pike Sec 1 from Turncravillotofum Holmi 8 rods of gravel Same Sec 2 from Sari Helms to C Bishops 8 rofli gracl Same Sep 3 from C Bishops to KnoU Lick 10 roils of gravel Black pike 15 rods of gravel Crab Orchard Lancaster pike Sec 1 frdin XJrab Orchard to G Wi sane place 30 rods stone SameFtSec 2 from Juvaus plagoto Garrard line 25 rods of stone Crab Orchard t Chappells Gap pike whole road 35 rods of r alone or ravelrf Danville it Lancaster piko 20 rods of stone Lincoln it Boyle pike 5 rods of gravel Kiugsvillo it PlgnsautPoint pike Sec 120 rolls of gravel Same Sec 2 rpm Casey county rond to Kingsvillo 20 roM ofgravcl Rowland CutOff pike 10 rods of gravel A rod of stono or gravel shall consist of 225 cubit feet Wand broken stone and gravel must be on margin of road or section bj iept151009 All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1009 All metals to be measured by the supervisor who may designate when and there it is t6 bo spread All crushed stone must be spread npilater than JU1l 11010- All steno furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and rpkeii into pieces not to exceed two incites in diameter The gravel must be clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney Cofleys Mill pike and Turnersvillo it McKinney pike must bo from Green River The court or its representative may reject nay muterialjuot of proper size r quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or rushedThe supervisor reserves tho rlght to reject any and allbids Blank forms- Ion which blue may be made can be obtained from the CountyClcrk Copies bonds may bo obtained at tho County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crusher and contractors will bo permitted to- use it at 81 per ro- dS K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County I J t Clearance Sale r j All the Winter Goods trust be sold at cost CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 11 48 816 Coat now 0 48 812 r0 Coat now 8 18 810 Coat now 0 18 20 Suit now 16 18 817 GO Suit now 12 48 816 Suit now 0 OS 812 HO Suits now 8 U8 810 Suit now G 18 87 50 Suit now 4 OS 85 Suit now 3 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATS 815 Coat now 89 48 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat now 0 OS 87 60 Coat now 4 08 S 5 Coat now 3 48 aw 84 00 High Top Shoes 83 48 83 60 High Top Shoes 82 08 60c heavy fleeced JIncd underwear 30o Mens Felt l100tslnund Won ens Rubbers Qnl fnglytSAM ROBINSON d PNextTobacco Growers Stopat W II HIGGINS and see the BEMIS Transplanter for Tobacco Tomato Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Ac The I transplanting can bo done when the plants are ready You do not wait for rain as each plant Is watered nt the roots at set and the roots are covered by dry firm dirt which San not bake and t which retains the moisture underneath It will pay you to investigate before fettLngyourplants s UUlljW H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 380QOOO Resources 34000000r s H SHANKS PRESIDENT w M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOrORSt JD 0w ley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John Poster Stanford W11 Shanks Stanford CC Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton 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