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Th"e who nro raising n Winter crop of tobacco, will perhaps find that It docs not requlro as much work, besides the una of parisgrocn for tho distructlon of worm U not required. J. J. Hogue, our hustling huckster, Is being favorably spoken of as 0 candidate for Jailer. Mr. Hogua Is ono of the best of fellows and should he offer ho will mako tho raco Interesting to J. I. Itlchanlson, tho republican candidate, nnd don't you forget It. Everybody hero was grad that "old man Josh Swopo" got there with both feet In tho lalo primsry in Lincoln. "Uncle Josh" is much liked byourpeo-plo- , in fact ho Is about a half Casey county man anyway. He had n brother that lived hero several years. Judgo V. M. Myers and wife attended tho funeral of Mrs. J. C. Coulter hero Saturday. I S. Drown of Dunn- villo was here Saturday. He returned by way of Liberty. McD Foglo camo over from Lexington where he' Is In school, aid spent Sunday and Monday with tho was acquitted of tho chargo of detaining a woman, at his examining trial at Yosemlto batucuny. There was considerable interest mani fested In tho case and quite a crowd was in nttendanco. C. F. Montgomery county attornoy represented the Stato, nnd Hon. N. II. W. Aaron tho defendant. Tho funeral service of Mrs. Nannlo T. Coulter, wife of J. C. Coulter, who died on Wednesday February 17th. took place at the Daptist church here Saturday afternoon, with a largo concourso of people in nttendanco. Dcv. Joseph Moptgomcry preschod a very touching funeral discourse, oftor which the remains wcro laid to rest in Middleburg cemetery. Mrs. Coulter was nearly V) years of age, was it member of the Christian church, nnd a good woman in every particular. She leaves n husband and three daughters who nro deserving of much sympathy in this their great bsroavement. homefolka. Jas. Winkle McKINNEY. NEWS NOTES. A ' Rev. Garland Singleton passed thro' hero en route to Grove, Casey county, where he filled Rev. Noel's pulpit. If somo public spirited man who has tho capital, would build somo houses here for rent, ho would find It a paying Investment. A dozen houses could bo rented out within u week. The Columbia Singletree Co., R. II. Coleman, general manager, has begun operations with n orcc of 15good men. Miss Josephine Coleman, sister of tho genernl manager, will be typewriter and corresponding sccretnry. Geo Thomas, of Columbia, is with us again. He will probably work for the Miss Etta Columbia Singletrco Co. Root is visiting in Danvlllo nnd Lexing ton. R. S. Scuddcr has returned from tho Lexington horso sales, whero he sold his team of aorrel geldings for Ho also sold Tho Wonder, his $1,050. Rex I'eavino stallion for d W0 Considering tho mako up this horse, most pcoplo think ho was sold very low. It is n pity that such an animal has left the county. At tho recent Nntional Canners' Convention in Louisville thero was organized Tho Kentucky Packers' Association, of which E. J. Tanner, of this place, was elected president. It is not generally known but it is n fact that Kentucky already leads the world as the packer of fine tomatoes and bids fair to take 11 leading place as a packer of fine vegetables and fruit. It is suggested that tho Kentucky Packers' As sociation hold its first meeting at Frank fort next May, during the meeting of three-year-ol- Col. Hall Anderson has been ill for a at McCormack, Myers & Vnughan ship Thcro arc 15 cases of small-po- x week, but is Improving. ped to Cincinnati ono car of butcher Derca, Madison county. J. S. Murphy has received n car load Two men were killed by an explosion cattle at 4c to 41c, ono car of hogs at 5c to Gc. RlfTo & Tucker shipped a of nice seed oats. Call on him if you in a powder mill near Marion, III. need anything in that lino. Dr. William T. Dull, tho well known car of cattlo at 4c to 4Jc and two cars the Kentucky Retail Grocers' Association. Doth organizations are good and will be very useful. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Firo destroyed tho store and stock of goods of Sam G. McElroy at Lebanon Col. II. M. Stitt, tho oldest living locomotive'cnginevr.dicd nt Carlisle this IN week. J. C. S. Dronaugh, 11 prominent at torney and citizen of Nicholasville, died al Martinsville, Ind , Tuesday. After being a fugitive for two yoars. Capt. George Adams, formerly conductor on tho Lexington division of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, has been captured at Pittsburg, Run., and re turned to Catlettsburg, where ho is charged with criminal assault. Jesse Curtis and Jack Hardin, two young men of Richmond, engaged fn n desperate revolver fight in a livery sta ble. As a result young Curtis is dan gerously wounded, two bullets having pierced his abdomen, one going entirely through, while young Hardin a foot was badly splintered by 11 bullet. Rushing into Parksvillo almost breath less strange man, giving his namo as L. Isidor Friend, of Milwaukee, Wis , declared the world was coming to un immediate end nnd ho wanted the people to prepare themselves quickly for the judgment day. He was arrested and placed in jail, charged with being of unsound mind. Warren Pittman nnd Alonzo Woford wero trailed by bloodhounds into the knobs near Mitchcllsburg nnd captured by Sheriff Coulter, Deputy Harbeson nnd Detective Montgomery, of Doylo. Thousands of chickem have been stolen in that county nnd bloodhounds were employed to trail down tho alleged thieves. Pittmsn nnd Woford boro splendid reputations and their arrest on this charge has created n sensation. Doth are in jail, 11 CHURCiTM'VTTERS. Rev. J. Murray Taylor, of tho Daptist church, who was called by tho Falmouth Daptist church, has declined and will continue to preach for tho Stanford church, wo are glad to state. The M. E. church. South, at London, is planning to build n J 10,000 brick church building to replace tho one destroyed by tho recent fire. The organization is one of tho strongest in that I' I- - I Rev. R. T. Zimmerman has just died in Dnth county, nged SO. During his long ministry ho married 3,000 couples, but in 11 measure atoned for it by baptizing G.000 people. It is hoped, therefore, that St. I'etcr won't bo too hard on him. League Echoes from tho Convention held in IouisvilU last week will bo given nt the Presbyterian church Sunday night Feb. M. Revs. T, W. Darker nnd D. M. Walker will speak. Special music will bu rendered nnd n helpful service promised. Como and bring your friend. Complaint U made that tho righteous crowd the rovlval meetings in Boston no that the sinner nnd ungodly can scarcely appear. This is often tho case. Tho sinner has to go away back nnd sit down, if he can get a scat, and como at great trial und tribulation, if he forces himself to tho front. Anti-Saloo- n part of the State. Subject at tho Methodist church "Saul Tho Sinner Sunday morning and I'aul tho Apostle." Epworth Leam., Subject: "The gue ServicoatC-TOi- '. Study of China. T. W. Durker will preach at McKinney Sunday nt 3 p. ii V MATRIMONIAL. Mis Sylvia Green, daughter of Mrs. Hetty Green, of Now York, was married at Morrlstown, N. J., to Matthew Astor Wilks. lnvitatiani nre out to tho wedding nt Miss Lucy Lea, Mnhan to Mr. James H. Splllinan, of Harrodiburg, nt tho homo of Mr. Davo Jackson, March fjentinel. Mr. L. H. Willis, of Wilmorc, on- muuecs tho engagement of his daugh ter, Miss Emolino I. Willis, to Henry Tho wedC. McConncll, of Lexington, ding will bo solemnized on April 14. J, W. McGuIre, a prominent young man, of Livingston, and an omployu of the L. &N., and Miss Mamio Doono, the beautiful and accomplished daugh-o- f Mr. and Mrs. William Doono, were uaitcd in marriage at tho homo of tho bridu Wednesday evening by Kid, J. G. Livingston. A number of handsome) bridal presents were received, which attested tho popularity of the couple. They will make their home at Livingston, whero tho lest wishes of all attend thorn Tho Secret of Lonjr Life. French scientist lias discovered llfo. Ills method deals with tho blood, llutj loug ugo mllllonti of Americans had proved Electric Hitters nrolongs llfo and makes it worth living. It purities, enriches nnd vitalise tho blood, rebuilds wasted nerve cells, Imparts llfo uad tone tu tho entire sstcm. Its u godsend to weak, sick und debilitated people. "Kldnoy troublo had blighted my llfo for months." writes W. M. Sherman, of Cushlug, Mo , "butKIeo-tri- o Hitters cured mo outlrely " Only 60o. at Ponnj s Drug Storo. A ono secrttof long Mit. DnYAN says that if his party shall demand that ho bo a candidate for President again, ho will mako tho race, but' Mr. Dryan having so signally failed as a Moses to lead us out of the wilderness, ho will hardly ever bo drafted ugain. Even tho third timo failed to provo tho charm. ' Pains of women, hoad pains, or any pain stopped la 20 tulnutos sure, with Seo Dr. Snoop's Pink I'ain Tablets, ful formula on 35c, Hox. Sold by Penny's Drug's. tore Don't drug tho Stomach, or tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is wrong. It Is the weak nerves that aro crying out for holp. Vitalize thoso weak lnsldo controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Ilestoratlvo, and see how quickly good heulthwlll como to you again. Test It and seo t Sold by Penny 'iDcujr Store. btlmu-lat- o New York surgeon, died nt Savannah, of hogs at 6c toCc. Lair's bloodhounds had a hurried call Ga. A movement is on foot to erect a to Mitchellsburg Saturday, whero a lot monument to Jas. A. Garfield at of chickens had been stolen. Tho trail was followed to a house whero the susTho Senate passed the diplomatic nnd pected parties wcro nrrcstcd and the consular appropriation bill, carrying fowls recovered. $3,MC,38G. Frank J. Mansfield and wife, of LexTho great mills of the United States ington, spent Sunday and Monday with Steel Corporation nt Gary, lnd., began friends here. Milton McCormack has gone to Hot Springs for a few weeks the manufacture of steel rails. A tornado demolished the town of beforo beginning his work ns pitcher in Fisher, Ark., killing six persons and the' Dlue Grass League. Tho Misses Lipps having sold their home have rent injuring moro than 20 others. Eugene Tompkins, many years prom- ed rooms with !Mfss Julia Stagg and inent ns a theatrical manager, died at will take possession April 1. Miss Ed his home in Doston after a long illness. na Lipps is in Cincinnati buying a full Miss Lizzie While digging a sewer at Seattle stock of Spring millinery. which killed ono Phillips, of Liberty, was the guest of thero was a cave-in- , man and entombed nlno other work Judge and Mrs. Wm. Myers. Miss Melle Hopper Is visiting Miss Pearl Postmaster Harry Williams, of Men Reiser in Cincinnati. Mrs. W. J. Camptor, Ky., Campbell county, was held bell, who has been sufferiug with rheuover in $500 bond for alleged po3tofiico matism for some weeks, left Monday for Hot Springs accompanied by Dr. Irregularities. Tho House refused to concur in tho Dertlo Carpenter, who will remain with Senate's provision raising tho presi- her. Wm. McKinney left Monday for dent's salary to JIO0.O00 from $50,000. Chicago, where ho will bb foreman in one of the departments of a corn plantA wise conclusion. Chastcgn Lawrence, aged 1G years, er factory which will manufacture Col. shot and killed Gordon Richey, aged 21, Lanham's patent. Misses Ella and near Railton, Darren county, as they Dlanch Darnett arc visiting relatives in Stanford. , were returning from church. Corn oil was exported from tho On Wednesday morning Feb. 10, 1909; United States in 1003 to the amount of Miss Deuiah McCrosby, of Mercer coun ty, was united in marriage to James 2,717,801 gallons; exports of tho previW. North, son of Hon. M. F. North, of ous year were 3,508,571 gallons. Tho Supremo Court upheld the ver- this county. The ceremony was perdict by which the New York Central formed at tho home of the brido by railroad was fined $103,000 for granting Rev. Frank Thompson, afterjwhich Mr. rebates to tho American Sugar Refining and Mrs. North left for an extended Company. trip to Jacksonville. Fla. The wedding Thomas Taylor Johnson, ono of the was a beautiful culmination to the best known engineers of the country bright hopes of two strong, earnest Loving hands had and designer of the waterworks sjs- - young natures. tcms of Savannah, Ga., nnd Memphis, made the homo an exquisite floral setting for the charming panorama that Tenn , died at his home in Chicago. Nathan M. Uri, of Nathnn M. Uri & moved within to tender strains of tho Co., distillers, and one of tho most Mendelssohn wedding chorus. Mr. Stan widely-knownnd prominent business ley McCrosby and Miss Annie North, men in Louisville, succumbed to an ex- brother and sister of tho bride and groom, led tho march, followed by the tended illness of Dright's disease. Wnrd Metcalfe, son of Postmaster contracting parties. The brido was II. C. Metcalfe, of Drooksville, shot gowned in a handsome blue traveling John Mnlloy, of Neave, three timer. suit and carried a boquet of bride's rosMalloy is es. They were the recipients of many Malloy cut Metcalfo twice in jail in Drooksville, whero' tho trouble beautiful presents of silver and cut glass. May the brightness of that roy occurred. Hans D. Hanson, n farmer of Mondo-v- l, al day be an earnest of tho future Wis., murdered his four children, a that awaits them. boy and three girls Ho followed this "KINGSVILLE. quadruple crime by stabbing several t,J Ml Y'MtH nL M? horses and cows, fired tho barn and Tom Payne has been sick with grip house and then cut his own throat. for three weeks. has introduced Senator McCreary T. D. Williams and Davo Rnmbo were BHB H HBBBHHHMMBHH bills for the relief of Kcntuckians as here this week looking for work horses. follows: Mrs. A C. Lester, Hickman Mrs. J. D. Gooch is hero with her county, $15,000; James Elkins, Greene daughter. Mrs. Hello Kidd is on tho county, $1,800; M. L. Steenbergcus. sick -- . EpsSvHa list. Hickman county, $t,S00; R C. Jame Miss Graco Hensley has returned son. Christian county, $17,000. from Doono county. Elbert Young is That the Interstate Commerce law at homo from Lee county. prohibiting tho issuance of passes to Seymour Starus, of Scicnco Hill, was employes on the railroads is applicable hero looking for a farm. He wants to to the granting of express franks was buy in tho Graded School district. held by tho Supremo court of tho Uni George Leach sold to Jim Hughes 10 ted States In the caso of the American acres of land. G. A. Walter bought 1G5 Express Co. against tho United States. acres Of land in tho suburbs of Kings' The case originated In Chicago. villo. Deciding the caso of the Hammond Davis Harvey and his brother engagPacking Co., of Chicago, vs thq State ed in a difficulty last week and tho for of Arkansas, favorably to tho State mer was shot in tho face, chest and tho Supreme court of the United States arms with a shot gun. Ho was not danuhcld tho constitutionality of tho an gerously wounded. law of Arkansas. The compa Champ Francis and Tom Sexton ennv was fined $10,000 in tbu Arkansas gaged in a fight Saturday night. FranStato courts for failing to observe tho cis was struck on tho hoad with a pislaw. tol, making soma ugly gashes. Sexton Ail association headed by Col. James was slightly cut with a knife. Andrew Scott, Rev. M. D. Adams, Rov. Green Coker, of Durnside, filled Kavnnaugh, and his appointment at Pleasant Point. Ho Stato Librarian Frank other prominont citizens, has secured preached tlireo sermons, pleasing all tho highest hill near Frankfort for tho who heard him. Tho congregation has establishment of a tuberculosis camp. decided to call him for tho remainder of Plans are being mado to begin a vigor- tho year. ous war ugainst tho "whito plague" ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Range to buy; u full caver: n money maker whero the preachers say 75 per cent, tho beet baker. A largo lino of t loet from mid wo will appreciate a call. Hoxamothylonototramlno of the funerals they preach are for its Tho above Is the namo of a German victims. chemical, which is ono of tho many Official amends for tho sensational valuable Ingredients of Foley's Kidelimination of Jefferson Davis' namo s Hoxamethylenetetra-minolney Remedy. from tho tablet on "Cabin John" bridge recognized by medical text during President Lincoln's administra. ,.a -.. -,xx7?Tvrr7: u .u. books and authorities us u uric acid tion, U given In directions thoTresident solvent und antiseptic for tho uri no. issued through the Sccretury of War to Foloy'b Kldnoy Heraody us soon the chief of engineers of the nrmy to Tako us you notice aiy Irregularities, and restore tho name. Tho tablet Is on tho a berloU malady. Now Stanbridge that arches Cabin John run, on avoid ford Drug Co. tho Muryland side of tho Potomac river, a structure famous for years us tho Now Tho dlvorco statistics for England longest single span stono bridgo in tho and Wales for 1007 have been publish world. VIA ed. Thcro wcro 731, and in 190G there only took 35 minutes for tho Sen fwero7C7. Tho decrease Is small, but It ato to pass the pension appropriation gratifying. Thejcontrast between these bill carrying $100,000,000, tho largest figures and thoso of this country is for tho purpose so far In the continual great. -- Iv increasing sum. Not a single obiec tlon was made and tho bill went through Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppe liko it was grcasod. Pneumonia often follows la grippe Vmtil Hay 31st, 1969 TIcktts Ce4 ProvenUcB thoso Candy Cold Curo but never follows the uso of Foley's Writ (or r.tu and (older. . C. KING, C.P.A., 101 E. KU ft., Ltslatftaa. Hy. Tablets will safely and quickly chock Honey and Tar, for la grtppo coughs oall colds and tho Grip, Trytbem and deep seated colds. Refuse any onco and see Sold by Penny s but the genulno lu the jellow package. New Stanford D'" Co'. Drug Store. ttOfl ' Pres-tonbur- 1 nior-Mii- ic doming. You will find 500 samples on our counters, from which you can make a selection for a Tailor-Ma- d e Suit. We have the lateststyles and patterns. Satisfaction guaranteed. No fit; no sale. n Cumminsi& Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. kji llKCni"il&lilM'$ " !'' IPlH i SEti.t'Ft JltfVy"iBMB GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. it&sxntiuf,s i GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets on Sale ...i. QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Soutrujast Rtral4 H8-25- ru VtfffrStnVHW 3 . u j' hL '.( H . W - iww- - w. juR 'TK-aM- rajj UTi uf&'jrTtiKM The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON hf CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer county, I n candidate for Com monweallh's Attorney of thU. the 18th Judicial district, subject to the notion of the democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., for circuit Judge of this, the of the Democratic party. nth district, suhlcct to tho notion Is a candidal of the ltcmocrntlo party, lath Judicial district, subject to the nctlon Ii M. C. 8AUFLEY a candidate for circuit judge of this, the Democratic Ticket. Kor Htnte Henntiir, A VlRCiNUNefrro who assaulted and a young girl was tried and" to death within 24 hours a f- ter sho died. He confessed. The ex- ecution 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 saved from them. One phaze of the trial shows tho til (Terence in tho law there and in Kentucky. The dispatch says that "on his confession tho judge Immediately sentenced tho Negro," without the Intervention of a jury. A judgo has not that pow- cr in this State, but wo can see no good reason why ho should not havo in certain cases, whero a jury is simply an automatum. Mail order husbands do not generally pan out well, as Miss Frances Livingston, of Boyd, Wis., has discovered. She advertised for one and Sho selected got over 1,000 responses. one whom sho thought would fill tho bill, but he fell down so completely on what she expected that in less than a month sho set him adrift. To get even with the rest of them she is going to book of tho letters sho republish ceived in response to her advertisement with names and all and a thousand or more bachelors and widowers are on tho anxious seat. Tho 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 bloody-bagelding, with black points, six years of age. He is of tho hunter type, 17 hands high, 1,250 pounds in weight, and is described as an ideal y 1 Tho governor hai appointed the lowing Alaska-Yuko- n Exposition gates: John Speed Smith, Richmond; J. J. C. Dach, Jackson; J. D, Atklnsor, Earlington; C. R, Mcngcl. Louisville; S. P. Jones, Louisville; C. E. Iloge, Frankfort; J. A. Averdlck, Covington; George B. Harper, Frankfort. In his speech beforo tho republican committco meeting at Louisville, Senator Hradloy declared that It would not do for officeholders and candidates to namo officers of conventions. Ho said if officeholders and candidates select the officers of conventions this year Louisvillo Would go Democratic tsuis vsv. Amu woo V4iu vciiviai flguro in the celebration by tho Unl- - Alfalfa, hogs and rattle come to Ilutler On. Hend for ll.t of Improved farms. Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Km. If You Want To CrovCorn, Trtt Jtttpti Prlt SMiffrlttm, North Ijsncastr r Htreet, Stanford, Kentucky. For Treatment of Diseases of the Kye, Nose, Thront, Knr, (Icnlto-l'rlnnrItectal Organs, Nenous Hystcm and Hurgery. MASONS' MEET. Unstated communication on each nr.t Lincoln No.ftv. P. A A. M.wlll meet nnid R. L, HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. ft t Kor ltcprcsentntlre, V7. H. SHANKS Kor County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY Kor County Attorney, WS.BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE Kor HhcrllT, W. L. McCARTY Kor County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER Kor Jailer, DINK FARMER Kor JOHN C PEPPLES of Hchooli, Aseso', vcrslty of Pennsylvania of tho anniversary of tho birth of Gcorgo Washington. Tho exercises took placo in NOTICEI the old Academy of Music, in PhilaIs. hereby Riven thnt nil Lincoln Notice delphia, into which 4,000 persons crowd- county bonds of series "II," Issued March I, w. ridfctiinhle In l!i years tsltliprltilcgouf ed. Mr. Taft was enthusiastically re- paying In loyenrs from said (lute, will Imi pnid on the 1st day of .Mnrch, lnJ, on presceived. to tho Lincoln County National The Louisville Post says that during entation thnt Interest on snme will stop llnnknnd Totnl the committee meeting in Louisville nfter snlit dnte.mm. iiiuouut J 18,1m, This Jim. :i Scnntor Bradley would go to a group of Jnnies McKechnle, (. II. Cooper nnd W. H. tho faithful and shako hands with them llurch, Committee. all but the ono ho wanted to show his contempt for. Samuel J. Roberts, of tho Lexington Leader, was tho victim of this stunt, but at last accounts ho Now Llvorv was able to sit up, take notice and Dopot Stroots swallow a little nourishment. Samivel, Phono 06, old toy, we are sorry for you. You get anything for bIx years to can't STANFORD. KENTUCKY. come, unless you hasten to make peace with tho Senator He isn't so unrelenting if you go at h m right. -- o'clock In their hnll on Main street, Htnn fortl, Ky. MemU'rs of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to lie, present. O. L. JVimy, W.MT. W lVnnliiloii,Hec. :) The Boys' Chance, more weeks, we are going to put on sale some special things in Just to keep things a little lively for a few Boys' Clothing 50-ce- nt B. D. CARTER. at a rediculously low price. 50 pairs of boys' knee pants at 25 cents; Kor Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON ' Kor Coroner. Revolts At Cold Steel. "Your only hope," said three doc- GEORGE P. BRIGHT Kor Magistrate Stanford District. JAMES McKECHNIE Tor Comtnble Htnnford District, I. M.BRUCE Kor Magistrate Crab Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustons. Illo District, Kor Constable weight carrier, with the best of manHe is to be pitied. ners. Poor fellow Those three hundred pounds will test the power of his spinal column. tors to Mrs. M. K. Fisher, Detroit, Mich, suffering from sovero rectal trouble, lies in an operation," "then I used Dr. King's New Ltfo Pills," sho writes, "till wholly cured." They In sorao districts of Kentucky tho prevent Appendicitis, cure Constipaamount that a magistrate can earn is tion, Headache. 2JC. at Penny's Drug so small that the office goes Store. In Philadelphia such officials! knee pants at 35 cents, and a few pair of $1 and $1.50 one at CONCRETING cents, $2.50 suits at I.50,the $3 Suits are 75 reduced to $1.90, a fine lot of $3.50 and $4 We are In position to do nil kinds of creting, such in lllnck Work, l'nvements suits at $2.50 each, a few $5 ones left at unit. In fact, wucnn moke any thing from n house down ton fence post. We cim serve you promptly nnd guarantee work unit miiterlnl. nnd get our prices $3.50, $7.50 ones at $5 and the $10 ones at before you buy jour liiutrrlnl lenst PHILLIPS BROS., $7. These are plums worth your picking and you better do your picking quick. Stanford, Ky. 75-cent of boys' 50 and con- nrst-clns- s On 1 fat J.K.HELM.SR Ilpstonrllle District, L. E. TRUE Kor Mnglstrale Wnynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM Kor Constable Wnynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH bo long till tho old court-hsus- o now standing on court square will be a thing of the past and in its stead placed a magnificent structure that the coning generations will enjoy and justice will be dealt out with dispatch by fiose in whom the people have imposed the responsible trust. An old saying goes: "Fools build houses and wise msn live in them." Don't let that be tho case in this instance. Democrats, wo beg of jou 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 us IT appears that 657 tramps were killthe best to govern and rule all the peo- ed on the Pennsylvania railroad last ple, triumph over Republicanism and year. That's about as good a way to Bossism in Lincoln county. Tell us, get rid of the nuisances as any that Mr. Republican, is it not known that could be devised. the Ring and Federal Officeholders' Tun T.miisvillo Post makes a torrifie Machine in this county, are holding all the committeemen's places or Fed- arraignment of Senator Bradley, but eral jobs? They are not the ones On the Editor Knott himself is in sympathy "outside looking in?" One of the with the devil and in league with hell, outsiders was given a "little red plum" so to speak. last year in the way of a nomination IN the Cooper trial at Nashville, the for county judge, W. Russell Diliion. is being folis charged by his friends that he rule of the sinking steamers It lowed regarding admission to the court aiuni receive tne cordial and warm support from the ring and machine for room Women and children first. that office, but as to that charge being A DOCTOR claims that laziness is a correct, we do not know nor do we disease that will yield to treatment. care, but we do implore our own house- We suppose the treatment is the applihold to put its members at the great cation of a black snake whip. wheel of democracy and majorities unTub movement to take the tariff out heard of before in old Lincoln will be rolfed up for the splendid ticket that of politics ought to give way to a stands at our mast head. The Intgrioh movement to take politics out of tho Journal, promises to do its duty and tariff. we ask all true and loyal democrats to do likewise. We propose to let the rank POLITICAL. and tile of the republican party of LinWalter Crawley has been appointed coln county know who has been and are getting the juicy and luscious plums postmaster at Ashwood, Anderson of their party and thoso boys in the county. Hon. J. P. Porter, of Webster countrenches who help to do the work of their party get the icy staro only when ty, has announced for speaker of the election time comes around and then it next House. Insurance Commissioner Bell has apis only a "Billy Taft" smile. pointed W. S. Carver, of Edmonton, That was a terrific call down of clerk in his office. Tho head of Lincoln will be put President Roosevelt by tho Senato subcommittee which decided to bring in a upon the silver half dollar and the report that he acted without authority head of Cleveland upon silver certifi- It wont get $3,500 a year and, not satisfied, j We have just celebrated with great are petitioning the Legislature for unanimity and enthusiasm tho centenan increase to $5,000, as much as our nial of the man who said, "No people have a right to govern another people Appellate Judgo receive. against their will," yet we read that Gov. Haskell, of Oklahoma, inti- 800 soldiers have just left New York mates that he will tako some judicial for the Philippines to replace the numaction against Roosevelt after his re- ber of those who havo died or becamo tirement from office. In other words, disabled. We glorify Lincoln and go he's going to treat him to a taste of contrary to his teachings. his own medicine, and here's Hoping ho will. Foley's Honoy and Tar clears tho may air passages, stops the Irritation in Gov. Patterson, of Tennessee, Soothes the. inllamcd not agree with Mr. Wattereon that no the throat. prohibitionist can be a Democrat, but ho membranes, and tho most lobstinate probably has an idea that no Tennessee cough disappears. Soro and inflamed Legislator can be a Patterson adherent. lungs arohealed and strengthened, and tho cold Is expelled from the system. Gerommo and Gen. Phil Sheridan Refuse any but the genttino in tlio jel-lopackage. New Stanford Drug Co. have at last met on the happy hunting crounds. and the latter has been more than ever convinced that the only good Eczema is Curable Indian is a dead one. ZEMO, a scientific preparation fot external use. Stops itching Instant!) and destroys the germs that cause slctr diseases. Eczema quickly yields and if permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St.Louls.Ma Mahony & Rankin, These Prices Must Be Cash. INSURANCE, Fire, Life, and Tornado. Farm Property a Accident j. J. McHOBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. surlng, call on KlRht of the lending companies of the worlil represented. Cuuioete In rule, tslib nil the companies of the ssorld. Uiss.pny. Ing record tinsuruitcd. Neser lind is Inw suit In the history of this agency. promptly pnld nod without discount. No ssnltlntt fludnrs for sour innnev. Iiefon. in. tg2S2QgsaQaas3ss New Ledgers, Journals And Cash Books . l,o. SB MAHONY G RANKIN, The Insurance Men of Stanford. Penny's Drug Store. When Ordering ClothCS Ilnscynur measure taken byn tnllnrof ex- penence. siieu jour cioines, ssnetnern loss price liuslnens suit or the finest evening clotlisis. sslll hne thnt Indlslrtuiilltv .nil tit sshlch plainly liullcnte they were nm jo to jour measure, i wiiiiuso mac your incus-ur- u foi extrn trousers, funcy ests, top coats and oterconts. Knllniul Winter snin. pies on bnuil renrty for jour lusectlon, II. O.IlUI'LRY.TIm Tailor. HtiinforU, Ky. Safeguard the Future The safest, surest anil most nileiiunte guard for the future Is a policy In ! Mn In the head rsdn anywhere, has Its ranss. rain Is congestion, twin Is blood pressure nothing lse usually. At least, so sass Dr. ffconp. and to prnrs It In has created a little pink tablet. That sauics TBiiea ur. enoops Headache Tablet coazM blood pressure awiy from rain renters. Its .Sect Is charming, pleaslsclr detbjbtruL (lenUy though safely. It sursly tquaUiei the blood clrcu-UtloIf jou hare a headache. It's blood pressure. If It's painful periods with women, si ma cause. If you are sleepless, rrstleas. nervcus. It's blood congsstlon blood pressure That surely Is a certainty, for Ur. Stoop's Headache Tablets stop It In a) minutes, and ths tablets simply distribute Uie unnatural blood pressure. Bruise i dneul't ret rml. anil ::r-- . well, suiuyour fijlffer. andcourse It Itdoes. It's con. pain Tour 01 estlon. blood pressurts. Y ou II end It where psua U always. Its simply Common eenso. WssaU at S4 cenu, nd cceornuly recomiaaod PAIN r3 In Great Variety of Styles and In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally. $ & m $ JQ Pi-ice-s, 9 0$ r4 t jjs PENNY'S DRUG. STORE, Btssnford, Kentucky. safe- The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. It Life ileallng with Its members nnd lurge returns to iiwllcy holders. me company is just entering the Is conspicuous for economical manage, ment. liberality of Its ikiIIcv coiiirneta fi.ir Headache Tablets PENNY'S STORE. DRUG Dr. Shoop's EDEBBBB&BBSBEEEE Hens lie. , fn all other companies combined. Write fur particulars, stating ageuud whether mar. rled or single to it. M. NKWLANI), Hpeclnl Agt. Myers House Flats, Htnnford. James I, White, Bollcltor for Hockcastle Co. of n successful business career with more policy homers In Lincoln cou.ity thnn SIXTY FOURTH YEAR HENRY Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs, Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc. Ducks !OtolOI-2- c. Geese. 6 to 7c. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier -- Journal .AND. Mill, Eltvatw, RttMfDM anri Umi Fw Salt! 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 the attorney general not to institute prosecutions under tho antitrust art. It mast bo like wormwood and gall for tho president to havo his authority questioned, and to have his motives impugned Is awful. has bills presented to tax bachelors, but they never come to u head. Ono is before the New Mexico Legislature now to tax bachelors from 25 to 45, $10 a year and widowers 25 a year. The reason tho latter figure is so high is probably because of tho fear that having tried it once, widowers will be shy of matrimo-nagain. The amount realized is to help support old maids. y cates. Tho Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill requiring the "Star Spangled Banner" to bo sung In the public schools of Indiana, ' u;i.i..i, in various uiriuuuy was si aaiiiUKiuu TT ..A out. Nearly every Legislature ALL aboard for the Uradley Special. Speak now or forever hold your tongue. Those who don't go needn't ask for of. Pee for the next six years. with all tne foreign capresidents in several outhouses, barn riu., re. in itals. by 75 feet ("aji".s"ii's;iu, front bynillurgeuooudeep, maples. Thirty Kentucky sheriffs have not 1HU feet of colonial porch n round front and yet mado thoir annual settlement with iu- ui nuiise. jiiv ui um most comfortuhle nnd desirable homes In Marlon l!i n n. the auditor. The law requires that set- tached to this Isa plot of about ucres of sua lilies. IHJIHMII iiiuu, iuiiu which tlement be made in February and that there Is none better In I tie Htnte. J the BherilTa' bonds bo renewed. Thuwholo property lies together In the town of llrndfordsslllu. Cupt. Jamos Blackburn, former Uni- 'edguof the lllagu with good churchesKy..a Ixosutlful and s alley Holllng Fork, 10 ted States Marshal, was seriously in- school. In the imi nun, ofthesue linn- Hum 13 ivy, seat Murlou jured in n fall at Versailles, his hip be- County, where the neurest mill Isorlocated, w here this mill has a trade. This ing broken. Owing to his advanced mid unusual omiortuiilty good a handsumw Is an for home nndu profitable, well established bus. ago his friends are apprehensive. I ne.s. The whole property Mill be highest bidder on the premises, sold to the Senator Jack Chlnn, of Mercer, I WKDNKHDAY, JIAIIOII lOTIIltsio, leaving for California Wednesday, sule. Terms made known announced himself for speaker of the at Kxecutors Kor further information, on day of sale. call next House of Representatives, making ou or address. T.ll.A UsK.TCHHCNE. Kxecutors. the seventh entry in the field. Uradfordsvili, Ky, - celebrated cities toro.&7.fi? t t1i. It till tiPntll it lilu t lit il. unueu oiuws ana oy uie American " rui riiiiiance ii llfW tSSO frame, necessary or .1 a. o t.i..t.j-- .. i This mill property, known as tho Ilrnd. fordsvllle Holler Mills, Is a thoroughly lenulpped plant with a capacity of fin Iwrrels ui iiour uisnr, oeaiuvs meal una (irnlmii I flour. The plant Is In dally operation, tiro . duolng brands thnt nave u reputation not excelled by uny. Th Klevator was built In IUI7. lift, n I'lmjinltv nf wl lahi liii.lml. """"-r.r.r."- .. .;.''.r.--:r- .j """? wiiii sue jnie.t improve!! lllachltl I Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. ' Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE I ,. EGGS FOR SALE ! I imi I StfirV. IS rnnm The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YKAR FOR power holler unci engine mid saw mill lor sale. Will sell either or both. (Ill ah. Knhm.in, Ottenhelm, Ky. Thoroughbred H.( llrown leghorn eggs, from selected stock. HUHHKLt. I1HOW.V, l'ostoltlce, Wnynesburg, Ky, Htnnford, Ky, tt Stock of Merchandise for Sale. i ONLY $1.50. I ill'liealth desire to sell privately my stock of Hnnlviiire. Doing a good luisl. Wu- ,uvolc 1,U)ul bo-fo- re r.O. U. lIHI'l'Klt.Htanford, Ky. We ship best iiuullty Held and garden seeds dlrixt to farmers at low is t wholesale Few poopla In tle United States have not prices. I We sell closers, grasses, seed oats, seed beard of the Courier-Journa- l, Democratic cow isvas.soja heiius, la all things, fair la all things, clean la all corn, cane seed, millet, cabling plants, peunuti, seed potatoes, int. Tho farm of HO acres, of good blue grass things, It Is essentially a family paper, Ily tatoaiid tomato slips, onion .tin, garden land, lying olio beans, garden peas, all kinds a special arrangement we ara enabled to of . and flower seeds, laud plaster gurdeu, field the Htauford mile North of WcKlnnuy.oii pike Improvements nnd and fertllts fer tbe WEEKLV OOUIUKK-OUKNA- L oue ers. Write us for price, and samples, Htnte fencing good; pleuty of water and fruit. ..ucr,, of timbered land ono mile A1 what jou wunt. year and this paper for tbe price named Kastof MoKlnneyt halt under fencui plenty NAHHVII.LK HKKIiOO., of water uud good tobacco land. He grow abo.e. Bend your subscription tor the coml Uecoud Ave., North, ngcrop. J. A.OIVKNH.Agsnt, bination to us n?t tc tee Courier-Joura- a Naskvills, 'ft a a. MiKluuey, Ky. FARM FOR SALE f f t h K Silk Petticoats. Let us show you tlio fullest mole, tlio beet workmanship anil of tlio best tafi'cta you ever aw in a 15.00 BklrU wear. New Spring Coats. Wo have just opened a swell lino of light weight coals for early Spring Splendid values and correct styles 15 to 811.50. American Lady Corsets, New stock of thoce celebrated models just In. long-hi- 3 Wc arc showing the new models i.t 81 to C2, The Miss New York lim no erjiml considered. In quality of tc, width nntl ncnt work SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Hex coal Is guaranteed. Dcnham Ilros. AN abundanco & SON. Prcnch cleaned. Cook & ofllco. STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin -- Try it. Clothes Parmer. Poit Apply 4V 8taifohd, Kt., - of brown paper for whlto granite ware. mm I'r.ii. 2(5, 1900 salo at this ofllco. Look at our new I- - I - K Remember we represent two of the best tailoring concerns in W. W. Saunders was In Lexington Two No. 3 Oliver typewriters, built C. S. tho country and guarantee fit, quality and price. Foil Sale. Thoroughbred this week on business. over and with a year's guarantee, for Hrown Leghorn eggs from selected Mr. John Downer, who is herefrom W. O. Walker and littlo daughter sale. Prico $45 each. M. A. Johnson, stock. Russell Hrown, Stanford, Ky, 2t. Cincinnati, told us yesterday that a mov spent Tuesday in Garrard. Stanford. ing picture show at tho Walnut Attorney J. M. Kotiiwbu., ofUn-caste- r, The creditors of It. L. Horton are di at that place, had Stanford's Notes and accounts collected any- rcctcd to file their claims with mo ven court square displayed on canvass. It is attending court here. Judge: Jas. D. Black, of Harbour-vlll- where in tho United States, and no ded as required by law at once. J. D looked so good to him that ho really had charges unless we collect. May's Col- Horton, ndmr. was hero Tuesday on business. to come back and tell us about it. PHE8COTT IlROWN, son of Dr. and lection Agency, Somerset, Ky. If you want to save money Listen On the first day of tho week, comMrs. E. J. Brown, is quite illof typhoid business on building this year, give me your If you have a monly called Sunday, let us all go to fever. horse, stallion or jack for sale, enter work. Will Stone, contractor nnd church and try our best to look conT. P. SriNK, of Colesburg, Hardin tho Hustonvillo Combination Salo Co., builder. Phone 81. tented while sitting through a dull sercounty, was here with relatives Wedand they will sell it for you. See "ad." STANFORD. KENTUCKY. nesday. Mr. J. C. McClauy, tho undertaker, mon. Tho more punishment wo get in The U. D. C.'s will meet with Mrs. Store Roiiiied. We learned as we furnished a coffin for the county for a this world the less wo get in the next. J. W. Alcorn Saturday afternoon at went to press that tho store of Mr. J. Mrs. Kaolin", said to be 105 years old, Soldier Balks Death Plot. 2 o'clock. B. Huck nt tho depot at GilberLs Creek who died near McKinney Wednesday. It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war County Attorney William Watts, was entered Wednesday night and a lot Jesse Hays, colored, was placedin V..V,U,1, Ul JlCiMfF, i;w., till, I. t. JMUfe of Jessamine, was attending court here of goods stolen. Wu hope tho guiltjr this week. party will bo apprehended and landed jail Wednesday night, charged with be- rccistcd between a desernto lung trouing of unsound mind. Ho made threats ble and tho grave to cause bis death. Judge M. I). Huriies and Attorney behind the bars. against several persons, imagining they "I contracted n stubborn cold," he W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, were The home of tho late John P. Cash had wronged him. writes, "that developed a cough that hero Wednesday. stuck to me, In spito of all remedies, Miss Prances Cooper attended the on Danville Avenue is for salo private TfflTIcn.' Airpcrsons having claims for years. My weight ran down to 130 danco given at the rink in Danville ly. The residence Is large, commodious Z. Spoona-morand In good repair. There are 29J acres against tho estate of John pounds. Then I began to use Dr. Wednesday night. deceased, will present same to Mrs. J. II. Paxton and littlo son, In tho Jut. For further particulars call me properly verified, for payment. Bet-ti- o King's New JJIscovery, which restored my health completely. I now weigh days with her on II. C. Ilaughman nt tho First NaJames A., spent several Spoonamore, Adm'x 2t. tional Hank, or James N. Cash, 178 pounds " For sevens Colds, parents in Lancaster. m m Coughs, Hemorrhages, AsthJ. Ii. N'F.viua was up from Lebnnon are only a few more days left There prevent Pneumonia it's Junction Wednesday to see his mother, Wilder. John Wilder, aged 21, son in which the old town clock can keep ma, and to 60o and 81. Trial bottle Mrs. Mattle Ncvius. time for us. We suggest that Jailer unrivaled. of William Wilder, of near Hubble, free. Guaranteed by IVnny's Drug Mr. A. C. Sine spent several days at died Wednesday of consumption. He CotTey wind it up and set it according Lebanon Junction and Boston getting had been ill for some timo. Mr. Wild- to standard time. What about it Mr. Store. up Maccabeo lodges. er was a honorable Jailer? Itching Skin Diseases Little Miss Louise Lynn returned young man, Services were conducted Wednesday was a day of all kinds Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid Wednesday from a visit to Mrs. W. by Rev. D. M. Walker yesterday nt nnd sunshine, !or external use. Zcmo gives instant Logan Wood nt Danvlllo. 11:30 o'clock and his remains were bur- of weather rain, snow Mr. T. C. Wiixis, of Nicholasville. ied in Huiralo Springs cemetery. He tho thermometer dropping in tho eve- clicf and permanently cures any form ning to a freezing stage, but yesterday if Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All was hero Wednesday with old friends, was unmarried. tho sun was out in full blast and the Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. who were glad to see htm again. The St. Asaph creek never ws as birds were singing as If Spring had lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. Miss Mary Linda Manier, of Nashville, will arrive Saturday to bo the high as It was Tuesday. It injured really come. G. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. guest of Judge and Mrs. J. S. Owsley. down rain all day and in the afternoon The meeting of tho stockholders of Misses Mae Jones and Annii: Butte it was so high that some of the colored tho Crab Orchard Fair & Racing Assowill entertain a number of their friends fraternity on tho "creek" had to move ciation, which was to havo been held of the homo of Mrs. W. S. out of their houses, in order to keep from being washed out. Wo are glad yesterday, was postponed until next Jones. Monday, March 1. Stockholders will Miss Nellie Otter, of Stanford, to see the creek get a good cleaning please bear this in mind. R. H. will arrive the last oftho week to visit out, ns it was badly needed. Logan's secretary. hor aunt, Mrs. Joe Werne. Courier-Journa- l. creek at Rowland was swollen out of its banks and Dix river is nt a high Sale ok Town Property. As agent Mus. Arthur Hill, of Stanford, is point. of tho Hournn heira I will at about 3 I'. Logan Mrs. W. In tho cltv shopping. for March C, Coulter. -- Mra. Nnnniu Coulter, wife M., Saturday, outcry in 1909, offer the Wood will loave today for Somerset, front of salo at public where sho will bo the guest of friends of Mr. James Coulter, of Mlddleburg, premises, tho building and lot on Landieil Wednesday at her Intat home thero for a week. Advocate. caster Street now occupied by Robert Hon. B. M. Aknett, of Nicholas- of a complication of troubles, Mrs. Fcnzel. Terms will be announced on Organtztd, SS2. Capital Stock, SSO.OOO. ville, was hero as n character witness Coulter was about CO years of age, a day of salo. W. II. Higglns, agt.,2t. Surplus and 7ndiofded ZProfiU, SS, OOO. case in tho member of tho Christian church and a in tho circuit court. Mr. Arnctt is a candi- most excellent woman in every respect. Mr. W. L. McCarty has employed Jfas paid in 'Diuidands sinco Organization 500. dates for State Senator from hia dis- Her remains wero consigned to the Attorneys W. S. Burch nnd Geo. D, tomb on Saturday, after a beautiful serSnuito Wow Accounts on Our ?tyarits trict and is a strong democrat and a Florence to defend his contest caso for vice by Elder J. Q. Montgomery. Her tho ofllco of sheriff before tho democratmost affablo gentleman. up-to-d- ate husband and three daughters aro left to ic county commltteo when it Is called for mourn tho loss of a loving wifo nnd OFFICERS. LOCALS. DIRECTORS. that purpose by chairman G. L. Penny. good woman has gono mother. A Mr. McCarty has 20 days to file his reF. Reid, J. H. Baughraan, I. S. Hotter, President;, See my lino of wagon and buggy harM. D. Elmore, An Expression or Gratitude. Mr. ply to the petition of Mr, M. S. Baugh-maJ. M. Pellus, S. T. Harris, ! ness. J. C. MeClary. II. C. Baughraan, J. F, Cummins, J. C. Coulter and family, of Mlddleburg, John . McRoberts, Cashier; S. T. Harris, Ik you want good meat call on Wil- tako this means of expressing their no. C. Robinson, Once Famous Surgeon. Dr. J. O. We will on II. C. Daughman, Asst. Cash'r W. B. O'Bannon J. S. Hocker. sinccro gratitude and appreciation to kinson & Lutes. Phone 47. WKDNEHDAY, MAHOII 3, IK, all their friends and neighbors for their Cooper was notified yesterday morning W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper. C. E. Tate. Get the genuine Oliver plow points very kind and thoughtful attention of the death at Crab Orchard Sunday nt the home, of Mr,. Louisa J. Holticlaw.de-cenaeLipps & Peavyhouse, Hustonvillo, throughout the recent bereavement, as night of Dr. Robert G. Redd, a brother-in-- lilKbeat In l'reucberavllle, Ky.. tell to the from und Lett bidder tlio following propKy. Dr. Redd, who was G7 years erty, to-- III well as to Mrs. Coulter during her ill law. littruot. Tlieuowvr containing 11 iicre. a on Koott ness, it Is on such occasions as this of age, and onco ono of tho most prom of land with Improvement,; contulii, well at kitchen iloor. Hulil tuna about Have you tried that good Rex coal that truo sympathy and friendship aro inent military surgeons in tho service flncrvaotorchnrd.u Koixl nrlety otrult. yet? You can find it at Donham'i Tract No. ol 41 aerii. adjoining thl, dow of tho army. It was on account of the er, an untold comfort and support to tho tin tiiu truei u u kikhi ponu nnd n spring OF HIGH CLASS yard. "1I1K known it, bereaved ones. Tho many beautiful great faith Gen, Custer had in him as er known thelot dry.Hrliii;,"Muli wn, nevTills land will be oold to floral tributes aro likewise deeply ap- a physician and surgeon that lio was In neptirute tract, nnd u, n whole und the power port- For Sale. A Mill b the not a victim of tho massacro at Littlo beat bidder will lie told purchiiker. cauli one third Tho land ablo engine and boiler. J. R. Powell, preciated by the entiro family. Iiig Horn, when Gen. Custer and his remuluder In one und twotHr, with 0 und er Stanford. cent, lntereit Irom dale of tule until paid, CouiiT.-- ln tho easo of Jim entiro command met death at tho hands with lien retained on land (or piirchuw Circuit George of the Indians. At that timo Dr. Redd money. Poit all kinda of fresh meats phone Tall, colored, for shooting The perionnl proierty coital,!, of the fol178, and havo it sent to your house. J. Smith, which was on trial as wo went was an enlisted surgeon in tho United lowing: AncJlra Jerney t'ow. with oung To Hold ia If; J brood iiinret, oneone foal to Hller to press, Monday, tho jury returned a States army, ho having enlisted when a Kliiu. the other to lack: In family horae: L. Mecks. verdict of not guilty. Mack Coulter, young man, After his discharge from a coll,, coming jear old by Hllver King; I Jeraey null; za Luanda The Sparilla corset never breaks on charged with cruelty to animals, went tho army Dr. Redd became a surgeon tela; lot of turnip; Irian oi mil onion, nnd potiitoea: 1 buggy; tho hip. It never rusts. Sold by Miss acquit. J. P. Lippcrt and Lewis P. for tho Northern Pacific railroad, in 1 aprliiK wagon and ; nnriieaa; lot of neiitiind hirdt lot nl poultry houavhold und kitchen Ella May Saunders. Hutchison, of Jessaminocounty,charged which capacity ho served for many furniture; wemeraj loom; large und anmll aplunlllK wheela, wiirping nara, apool ruck,, old atyle lurulturenml nmnvotli. Wednesday was Ash Wednesday, with shooting nt J. Ii. Gilkcrson, at years. Dr, Redd camo to Kentucky etc. Homenot mentioned. er tiling, Crab Orchard, some tlmo ago, are on about 10 years ago from Montana, BlanKs. Close TKHMH UK MA1.K All aunia under no first day of Lent and 40 days from that trial. Thero wero a dozen or moro where he had resided since ho left tho caali In iiiinil. tluit amount und over on a day Easter will bo. citHlIt of thre. moiitht. with A nor rent. In character witnesses over from Jessa-mln- o army. Ho camo to Kentucky on ac- terval from date, negotiable und jianblu In county on behalf of tho above count of failing health and went to tho me Lincoln uouniy xNaiionuiut iihuk, oi To the LadiesI It ia time to havo 10 o'clock Htanford. HalowlUcotiiincnee your order taken for a Spring corset. gentlemen. Wo beliove larger crowds homo of his brother, Charles A. Redd, a.m. ror luriucr iniormatiou, appiy to u. It. llolticlnw on tuld land. a nl t Am Al tnlfl VUUU Attn Uliy 4 nte. at Crab aaiih hllUIJ Courier-Journa- l, MIsa Ella May Orchard. Call In and bo fitted. UllCIIUVU IMIB IVllIl IIOI.T7.ULAW 1IK1IIH. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. IIIUVU . 23rd. Saunders. A. M. UoUK.M, Auctioneer. Thca-toriue, Nkw assortment of local view m cards at Penny's Drug Store. Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. So MB very apccial bargains In Ilox Paper, hut the supply h limited, Ask Address Ilox l'JC, Stanford, Ky. to see them. Penny a Drug Store. Ik a man wants to learn a few things of his unwritten history, let him run PERSONALS. for office. W. W. Wadb, of Corbin, Is down on I HAVE 50 bushols of German millet business. James P. Huadv was In Louisville seed for salo; SI per bushel. P. Srhnlz- ler, Ottenheim, Ky. Wednesday. Mrs. W. K. Warneii spent several Wanted, to rent a dwelling of four days in Garrard. or fivo rooms in or near Stanford. J, M. HrtiaiiT was in CinCashikk W. M. Carter, Sr., Morcland. It. cinnati Tuesday. post W. H.Hlgglns. See my handsomo lino of Spring bugSee W. II. Hlggins about a roof paint gies, harness, etc. Cnll while you guarantee. that has a have a largo assortment to select from. Congressman Helm is sending out E. T. Pence, Stanford, Ky. to his constituents a lot of garden seed. The pupils of tho high school and Read the advertisement of Dinwid- fifth grade invito the patrons of these dle & Co., tho new Hustonville under- departments to an open session of their Literary Societies in tho chapel lis, takers. Friday afternoon, Feb. 20. at 1:30 o'Wn mako a specialty of pleasing par- clock. ticular people. Try our Rex coal. Wc For SALE.-Fa- rm of E2 acres, situatguarantee it. Denhnm Bros. ed in Prcachcrsvillc, known as the For Sale or Rent. Tho Warner Holtzclaw place. Date, March 3rd. atore-houson East Main Street. Ap- Anyono wishing information concerning same, will apply to J. F. Holtzclaw, ply at onco to W. K. Warner. Prcachersville, Ky. five-yeo Sale. at this A lot of roller skates. March Read tho advertisement of Road Supervisor Dudderar. , The bids for road contracts will bo opened on Monday, 1. SKIRTS Wo will sell n lew skirts that wo have left at greatly ed prices in order to make room for spring lines. reduc- Wc have just received n beautiful lino of ribbons, belting,, spring oxfords, silks liamburg, laces etc. Our spring lines U alwut complete nnd the best wc have ever carried and our prices aro light. Wc invite your inspection. Make your selections now before the stock is picked over. ... HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., high-clas- s, eon-tra- ct Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, JUSt R666IV6C A Nice Lot of e, c. m hard-workin- Japanese and Chinese Mattings, L 12 12 and 35c Per Yard. Diriwiddie W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Bro-naug- & Co., Jirst Tfational 3ftancy Stanford, Jty. S2I, Hustonville, Ky., Llppcrt-Hutchlso- n Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline 1 ry an of goods. n. PUBLIC SALE t: Big' Combination be at vSale Business Horses, Stallions and Jacks, HusionviSle, Ky., Kiarsh Entries 24 & 25. Write for Entry March lOth. The Hustonville Combination Sale Company, wj t&k. ,'," il'l", -- ' v The Interior Journal. .WmrfirWW(-O0icaWOTfwj-cta- M FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. "ssfsspfl J Alanord n matter. D. D. HolUclaw sold at Lancaster Monday 20 cattle at 3 to 3c. S. J. Hell sold to J. W. Powell, of tho West End, n Jersey cow and calf for $70. 1903 crop. Notice To Contractors. Glearaoee Letting Monday, rich, i, Salel L. XN. TIMETABLE NO.M.KOUtll.llKtt a No.il. North, 4 :in a. No. . North, ft:, r. No.7, 10:17 a.m. No. ll.Hontti, IMS p. m. M. For Sale. -- Cultivated hemp seed, J. D. Walker, Richmond, 60 or CO X. M. Ky. '09. For Sale. r'r K J,L,Beazley&Co., r Notice is hereby given that I, as Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln No, Is,I:Wp. M. McKinney, Ky. county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, March 1, 11)00, receivo JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Charles Lutes and J. II. Daughman scaled bids for stone and gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes sold to 0. D. HolUclaw a car load of ALL-WOOin said Lincoln county, Ky. The Truth L steers at 5:20. CRAVENETTES. OVERCOATS Every person in this city who issuf-fcrinAll bids for furnishing, hauling, breaking and spreading stono and gravel Strayed or Stolen. Dark bay from Eczema, Pimples, Dand- mare, heavy with foal. Reward for re- must bo sealed nnd filed with me on or beforo 10 o'clock A. M. Monday, 8! 18 ?11 18 8ir CmU now ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis- covery. Mrs. John P. Gooch. March 1, 1000, nt Stanford, Ky., nnd no bids will be received after that 818 Coat now 12 r, Conl now 8 ',8 1) 48 ease, can find relief and be permanentFor Sale. A good combined marc, time. Contracts will Iks let to tho lowest nnd best bidders, and contractors 15 Coat now t)3 ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi eight years old, kind and gentlo and a 81 cwt 0"' 8 18 812 50 Coat now external use. All durgcists tell ZEMC good looker, Black In color and suita will bo required to give IkhhI with surety, to bo approved by me, for tho 87 r, Coa' ti0W M 0 1)3 810 Coat now ble for family use. Colonel Gooch, faithiul performance of their contrncU and for nil penalties nnd damages fur PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 3 18 $5 Coat now KIngsvllle, Ky. failure to so perform their contrncU within tho time and under tho condiTepm of For Sale. tions hereinafter mentioned. 83 48 820 Suit now 815 IS 81 00 High Top Shoes high, extra good horse mules, 82 US 12 48 83 50 High Top Shoes Stanford fc Danville piko Sec. 1 from Stanford to Mrs. Mnttio "White's 817 50 Suit now d family horso and ones. U US 50c heavy fleeced lined under- Suit now Surgoon Dontlst, family marc. Charles gate 30 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Mrs. Whito's gato to Boylo 815 wear 30c 8 IIS 812 50 Suits now county lino 30 rods of stone or gravel. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Lutes, HustonvIIIe. (5 48 Men's Felt Boots, Men's nnd Worn- 810 Suit now 1,000 barrels of good, For Sale. Stanford & Ittish Branch pike Sec. 1 from Stanford it Lancaster piko to 87 50 Suit now 1W en's J'ublicrs. All reduced accord- Office over McRoberta Drug Store in sound corn, 12 or 15 cars of timothy Hush Branch 35 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Hush Branch to Hubble 85 Suit now 3 48 iugly. hay and n nico road horse, heavy the Owsley Building. 20 rods of stouo or 30 rods gravel. enough for carriage or rockaway, four Stanford fc Knob Lick Sec. 1 from Stanford it Hustouvillo piko to years old and gentle. I. S. Tcvls, ShelInsures Tobacco and Jsiacco by City. Ky. 4t. Fork Creek 10 roils of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Hanging Fork to W. G. McClintock, of this city, Danvillo it Hustonvillc piko 20 rods gravel. KY. larns. bought ten mules last week at from Stanford it Millcdgcvillo pike Sec. 1 from Stan lord it Hustonvillc pike to Nothing But Insurance. $135 to $100. Bert McClintock, of Mil- lersburg, bought in Mason county, McCormack's Church 10 rods gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from McUonnack's last week 14 mules and one horse at Church to Millcdgcvillo 10 roils of gravel. D. Stanford it Preachcrsvillc piko Sec. 1 from Stanford V Cmb Orchard pike prices ranging from $150 to $210. The Insurance Man, Bourbon News. to Wilkcrson's Branch 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec 2 from Wilkcrsou's STANFORD, KY. Preston, the sire of the brood mare Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike 20 rods of stone. Roiklence l'liono 34; Otllcc, W. recently sold by J. A. Robinson to P. Stanford it Crab Orchard piko Sec. 1 from Stanford to Bniighman's gate Woolridge, of Pewce Valley, for $1,500 Insure with nic ami be fully protected. and grandsire of Queen of the May that 10 rods of stono. Same, Sec. 2 from Baughmnn's gate to Bywaters' gate 15 Mr. W. sold to Lawrence Jones nt tho rods of stone or 20 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from Bywaters' gate to Stop at W. II. HlGGINS'andseo the BKMIS Tiaiuplantcr Louisville Horso Show last year for Crab Orchard 25 rods of stono or gravel. $5,000, will make tho season of 1909 at for Tobacco, Tomato, Cabliage, Sweet Potatoes, Ac. Tho Stanford it Ottcnheim pike .Sec. 1 from Stanford it Waynesburg piko to the stable of J. C. Bailey, at Crab OrchI n linnd.ome, large young Jersey Bull, J. G. Lnn's 20 rods of stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from J. G. Lynn's You do can lie done when the plants are ready. from n loni and unbroken Una of ard, at the small fee of $20 to insure a the molt noted bulla and cows on the Is- living colt. to Boone's shop 15 rods stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 3 from Boone's shop to land ot Jersey England and America. Ills i watered at tho roots as set and not wait for rain as each plant sire la one of the best bulls ever Imported Ottcnheim 10 rods of gravel. and his dam In a show cow that has Riven S Senator McCreary, of Kentucky, pounds of rich milk In one day. If you Stanford it Dix Hiver Sec. 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to the root are covered by dry, firm dirt, which can not Imkc and I.Iko or the Likeness of spoke and voted for an adequate navy. "I.Ike some Ancestor" and lime n strictly good IIaden'8 Switch 10 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Haden's Switch to which retains the moisture underneath. cow, on should avail ourself of his ser In the course of his speech the Senator Tlce, He will I' allowed toservo n limited said: "Armaments Increase with. dis Trajlor's latic 30 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 3 trom TrayWs lane to Garnumber of approved, registered cows outIt will pay you to invctignte before totting your'plants. side of our own herd this year, for a fee of putes and danger, arbitration increases rard line 20 rods of gravel. $5 each. Make engagement before sending with peace and security. As tho area IlKII) OTTKK, cowtobebred. Stanford it Lancaster pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Logan's lane 20 rods Tcleotiono SO. Htantord. Kt. is extended oaaooooa N. H. We hove to offer threo extra choice of International arbitration of Etone or 25 rods of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from 1jgaii's lane to Garrard bull calves that will be sold at right prices there will be increased peace and selino 15 rods of gravel. curity which will be sure to warrant Stanford it Wnyucsburg pike Sec. 1 from Stanford to Ottcnheim piko 15 Ky., tho decrease of armaments. National weakness invites war; military and na- rods of (tone. Same, Sec. 2 from Ottcnheim pike to Maywood road at foot Toucan' find our Htnnclnnl Kcmidy, the arbiuioou ana liver of Knobs 25 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Maywood road to Carter's freaiesiof Hlieumntlsm.meaicine) el Know n val strength advance pcaco and Halt llheum. Kid' ney Trouble and all diseases arising from tration. If our country had no army Store 20 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 4 from Carter's Storo to Ilutchu-on'-n Impure blooil It has no eoual. It Is mnmi- - and no navy and was not known to be inctured under the pure fooil act of June so. School-hous- o 15 roih of stone. Same, Sec. 5 from HutchisouV School l, and guarauteevl by the manufacturer If formidable in war, we would not be an mo itemeuy is iukcii accoruing louirections great problem house to Butt's Storo L" rods of etone. Same, Sec. ft from Butt's Storo to uy neorsueis will anuii llemedv wo noi Deneuuu our ine ue important factor in tho of the monev. refund inKingHville niko 20 rods of toue. Same, Sec. 7 "from Kingsville pike to We can ilo nothing more. Uneh package of arbitration for the settlement of 3H fioes wun n reginieru guarau ternational disputes." That is Bound George Gaines' 15 rods of gravel roniains Same, Sec. S from Gaines to G. W. toe and malllnzcnrd with lull Instructions, We bend It tu any address by mull on re- doctrine, and the substance of it is Clift's 25 rods of gravel Same, Sec. '.I from G. W. Clift's to 'Wtiyncsburg SI per package or six packages for ceipt of found in Washington's farewell address. s.1. lieiierorueru ik if taken in c) rods of gravel. time you might sae a big doctor's bill, It is not jingoism, but sound Americantememt.T If lou take tho Henudr accord spokStnnfiyrl it Hustonville pike Sec, 1 from Stanford to Cash's Storo 30 rods ing to Instructions and are not benefited. ism, and wo are glad that it was you get our uouar uacK. lou win not en in the Senate by a democrat from of stone. Same, Sec. 2 lrom Cash's Store to Hanging Fork 30 rods of Kentucky. Of llnd the remedy 111 drug stores for sale. It lssoldonly bvotirdulv authorized agents. Kentucky. stone. Same, Sec. 3 from Hanging Fork to IIutouville 10 rods of stone or UKl'llKa HiLLIA.MH, Agent 50 rod gravel. Washington Once Gave Up Hustonvillc it Coffey's Mill pike Sic. 1 from Hustonville to Win. Car to three doctors: was kept In bed for Wo 3uy Ave weeks. Blood poison from aspld- - son's 20 rods of stone or gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Wm. Carson's to Mt. er's bite caused large, deep sores to Salem 30 rods of stone or gravel. Kid33 and cover his leg. The doctor failed, then W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT Hustonvillc it BradforJsille pike, whole road, 15 rods of gravel. Voos "Bueklen's Arnica Salve completely FecJhcr,, Tallow, Dohhu, Cinatnc, ' J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER Hustonvillc it Dauville pike Sec. 1 from Hustotivillo to Black pike 50 J. B. PAXTON, cured mo," writes John Washington, Golden Seal.1 YiBowRooi). May Apple. J- - W- ROCHESTER, TELLER. of Bosquevllle, Tex. Foreczema, bolls rods of stone. Same, Sec. 2 from Black piko to Boyle county lino 50 rods Wild Ginger, etc. dealers H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER ntiSMxd ia 1856 "Orer haiiacesturrio burns and plies Its supreme. 2oc at gravel. LouinrUV' OIREOTORSi od ui da better (or you ihu Penny's Drug Store. Hustonville it Carpenters Creek pike 10 rods of Mono or 00 rods of ayru of caamion merchiDb. Reference, B. Owaley, Stanford; S. II. Shauk., Stanford; Geo. Carter, Stanford; J. say Bank in LocunSe. Wrile for veclly Governor Vardaman, of Mississippi, gravel. John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Sluinks, Stuufonl; T. C. Ban-kipace Lz. iLd &;PA3 Uca. tells of a colored citizen of that State Hustonvillc it McKinney pike 10 ltxls of gravel. Linen-tor- ; .1. it. Paxton, Stanford; Y. II. Traylor, K. Sabo! & Sens, who gave a justice of the peace a big, McKinney it Coffey's Mill pike Sec. 1 from South Fork piko to tollgnto 223 E. Market St. Gilberts Creek; U. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. ICY. LOUISVILLE. fat possum as a wedding fee. A vear 20 roils gravel. Samo, Sec. 2 from tollgnto to Fair place 10 rods of stone. II. Cuuimini, Preachersvillo; Lilburn tvsssr&sxx&xss after the justice, on mooting tho darkGooch, Gilberts Creek. do you like mar- Same, Sec. 3 from Fair placo to Mt. SjIciu 40 rods of stone. Same, Sec. 4 ey, asked: "Joe, how rod- of stone. S.ilem to Ca-e- y lino 15 ried life?" "Well, sah," answered Joe from Mt. to If on ruefully, "aall I kin 6ay is, I wish I'd McKinney A Turnersville pike from McKinney to John MtirphyV 30 eat dat possum." Lippincott's. rods of gravel. subin McKinney A South Fork piko 30 rod of gravel. Foley's Orino Laxative cures constipation and liver tro'ubleand makes tho Turucrsvillo A McKinney pike 50 rods of gravel, bowels healthy and regular. Orino is Turncrsvillo A McCormack's pike Sec. 1 from Turnersville to Sam Helm's superior to pills and tablets as ltdocs 8 roils of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 from Sam Helm's to C. Bishop's 8 rods not gripo or nauseate. Why tuko anything else? New Stanford Drug giavel. Same, Sec. 3 from C Bishop's to Knob Lick 10 rods of gravel. Black pike 15 rods of gravel. Co. Crab Orchard A Lancaster piko Sec. 1 from "Crab Orchard to G. W. Erastus, being asked how he had Kvans' place 30 rods fctoue. Same, Sec. 2 from Evans' plaeo to Garrard voted, replied: "In the mahnin', sah, I was inclined to do Republican cause, line 25 rods of stone. Undertaken and Embalm in for dey give me three dollahs; but in Crab Orchard A Chappell's Gap pike, whole road, 35 rods of stono or en. Also Dealers in Furtho afternoon do Democrats gave me gravel. niture, Mattinga.Kugs. They two dollahs. So, sah, I voted do DemDanville A Lancaster piko 20 roils of stone. will exchango FuruiSure for ocrat ticket Btraight, because dey was Lincoln A Boylo pike 5 rods of gravel. Kinds of Stock. Give t leas' corrup', sah do leas' corrup', Kiugsvillo A Pleasant Point piko Sec. 1 20 roils of gravel. Same, Sec. 2 Them a Call. Prices Right. sah." from CVey county road to Kiugsvillo 20 rods of gruvel. The clo crest Imitation of real Colleo piko 10 lodsof gruvel, llowland Cut-Oil- ' STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. over jet mado Is Dr. Snoop's Ho'altli rod of stouo or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet. A Colleo. It is lino In flavor ami Is WAY TO AND THE made in just ono minute. No tedious Hund broken stone and gruvel must bo oil margin of road or tcction by 20 or 30 minutes boiling, Mado from Sept. 15, lflOS). All gravel must bo spread befoio Oct. 15, 1000. All pure patched grains, malt, nuts, etc. metal is to be measured by tho supervisor, who may designate when and Sample fiee. Sold by Penny's Drug where it is to be spread. All crushed stone must bo tpreud not later than Store. sssssssa tsss3aEssssssssssaasusK3asstss5 Jan. 1, l'JIO. The commission has at last taken All stone furnished must be good, souud, hard limcstoiio or qunrU nnd steps to restore tho Clay statue at LexLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter. Tho gravel imir-- t ington. Tho Legislature appropriated $10,000 for tho purposu a year ago and lw clean mid flinty uud that furuMiod on McKinney A Coffey's Mill piko FOR RATES APPLY JO LOCAL MANAOER the commission was promptly appoint- mid Turuersvillo A McKinney piko imut bo from Green Uiver. ed by Gov. Willson, but they have apTho court or its representative may reject any niateriuHuot of proper sizo EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY peared to sleep till now. ixeonoTir or quality, itiuucrs must say wneiner stono win uo nroKcu ny iiunu or A tickling or dry cough can bo crushed. quickly loosened with Dr Snoop's The supervisor reserves tho right to reject any and all'biils. Blank forms If fillCough Itemedy No oplum.no chloro on which bids may bo mado can bo obtained from tho County jClerk. Copied form, nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold Undertaker Embalmor and Purof bonds may bo obtained at tho County Clark's ollico. Dealor InLHarnoss, Saddlery, by Penny's Drug Storo. Lincoln county owns a rock crusher and contractors will bo permitted to Call on A President, my boy, looms great, use it at 81 per rod. STANFORD, KY. Enthusiasm kindles. But a I'd state, MBc 1'bona, 1ST, Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County, , Jlomejl'lione D, Just dwindles. 1,100-pound grown blue grass seed. bushels of homo W. A. ColTcy, All the Winter Goods must be sold at cost. A. S. PRICE, four-year-o- Eight-year-ol- d SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, Tobacco Growers Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Jesse Wearen, Adorina's Fox trail-planti- At McKinney, H. HIGG1NS, li Stanford, Kentucky. Che Cricoid County national Bank Stanford, Capital. $50,000.00 F5JRS Surplus, Resources, 38,000.00 340,000.00 ,n - - you want keep posted political doings Kentucky, scribe for the Hei)tucly State Journal, Kentucky. The best Democratic Daily Write for price and particulars to W. P. WALTON, Frankfort, Ky. SAFEST QUICKEST J. C. McCIary, TRANSFER MONEY you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made fromtheBest and est Drugs, me. t, 9. II. UUUUtKAK, W. B. McRoberts,DZ"'"