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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w t N H1rINTERIOD JOURNAJ J VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 16 1909 NO3 I 2i tU Ifil1E WORLD IS AT MY FEET r I 17 IPOLITICAL Andrew Carnegie was a caller at the White House going ho said to pay his respects to President Taft A white man will succeed W D Crum tho Negro collector of customs for tho port of Charleston S C t J Hon C U McElroy nominated by Jt democrats for Representative from jtho Green will havo no opposition t The lower house of tho Arkansas Legislature has passed a bill appropri ating 10000 to the Brinkley relief S funds f Gov Deneen of Illinois has signed a tho Glackin bill authorizing tho erection and maintenance of tuberculosis sanita riums in cities- President Taft has signified his In tention of attending tho March meeting of tho Yaio corporation which will beheld I on Friday March 19 Tho Fayetto county democratic com mittee will meet tomorrow to name tho time and manner for nominating candidates for county offices David II Kincheloe of Madiionvillc has announced for Congress In tho Sec ond district Judge C C Given of tho same place says he will also run Representative Henry of Texas ask ed permission of Speaker Cannon to in troduce tho first measure in the Sixty first Congress a joint resolution proposing to amend the Constitution of the United States so as to change tho date of inauguration from March 4 to April 30 Representative Underwood and a del egation of lawyers from Birmingham Ala made a protest to tho President t against the reappointment of Judge Hundley to the Federal bench in the northern district of Alabama Tho President indicated ho would glvn the matter careful attention To counterbalance the influence of President Taft understood to bo in favor of tho Cannon organization of tho House tho name of Theodore Roosevelt has been brought forth prom neatly by the Insurgents as among their supporters in tho fight against the rules of tho Incoming House Near Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs IdA Solver to face death tor years a severe lung trouble gave mo InUmpu suffering she writes and several times nearly unused my death All remedies tailed and doctors said I was Incurable Thou Dr Kings Now Dls covorv brought quick relief and a euro so permanent that I have not been troubled la twelve years Mrs Sopor y lives In Dig Pond Pa tworks won dent In CougbsnndCnldsSoroungsI- Iemorrliages La Grippo Asthma r Croup Whooping Cough and nil Bronchial affections tOo and el f Trial bottle frco Guaranteed by I Pennys Drug Store and Mrs Willson and their Robert M Lyman of New Yorkvery narrowly escaped death when tho horses attached to Gov carriage ran away at Frank fort a result of tho accident Mrs Willson was left unconscious two front tooth GovWilleon her leftwrist fractured was bruised on many parts of Mr Lymans face was cut and contused J Curt Jott who Is serving a life term in tho Frankfort penitentiary for the I murder of James and who said ho had been converted to Chris- tianityI has made an exemplary prisoner and is said to be ono of tho best I cal scholars in the penitentiary S P J Provontics hos6 Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely and quickly check alt colds and the Grip Try them t1 once and see 1 4825c Bold by Penny s Drug Store t 1 HMRaHnH 1p MM ftm OF ALL4 MONTE CTO1 Ip n m n i r u r i A soul stirring proditctiori of the greatestdrama Vt presented to the public PREACHERSVILLE J L Kennedy bought of J K Sut ton his farm hero for 1200 Rev Pierce Bryant will till his pulpit at tho Baptist Saturday and Sunday Patrons on R F D No4 speak very complimentary of tho carrier Mr J B Sartain That a lot of mail is carried on this routo is shown by the fact that ItTias been hauled away on a farm sled from ono of the boxes Messrs B T Lunsford and S D Carpenter who were sureties for liar rison Anderson tho mall carrier who absconded last summer have been notified by the department at Washington City that they shall carry the mall tho rest of tho term Wo believe they are tho right men in tho right place Miss Mary Carpenter is visiting Miss Fannie Colycr at Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs W H Browifnnd Mr George Sutton of Garrard visited at A J Thompson Mr Lutes of Lancaster was hero buying old fashioned furniture Mr P G Colyer the energetic drummer of Crab Ordhard was with our merchants Wednesday William Cartels of Griffin Statlor is ill of pneumonia Mrs Shaw the aged mother of Messrs J F and T Y Shaw is ill of typhoid fever Master Henry Blank cnihip has been sick Fred Sutton has asthma Charles Naylor has been ill of chills Richard Williams is sick J H Rigsby is indisposed Mrs Henry Blankcnship still continues in a preca rious condition and no signs of Improvement noted Mrs Mary Naylor of Rowland is visiting her daughter Mrs J F Payjio OTTENHE1M W L Chandler and B F Long lost some valuable fox hounds by poison James Singleton who is building a new house is progressing nicely with it Tho recent hard rains dill considerable damage by washing tho land and washing water gates and fences away Floyd Morgan has moved to Walnut Flat where ho and his father aro tank ing preparations to raise n largo crop of tobaccoGulvin predicts that flour of the common grades will be 1 per sack and corn meal 1 25 per bushel this summer and as ho is generally right in his predictions wo movo that a committee bo appointed to see him and persuade birdto say that ho has sot his figures too high Richard Harris son of John Harris is very 111 with pneumonia Master Marshall Adams little son of Reuben Adams has been quite ill for several days Ephraim Woods is visiting his brother Clarence at Pino lull Fred Dyehouso and his mother spent Sunday and at tho bedside of Mrs Dyehou8os sister Mrs Allen Thomp son near Paint Lick ft Religious Authors State mont Rev Joseph U Fespcrson Sails bury N C who Is the author of soy oral books writes For several years I was aflllcted with kidney trou blo and last winter I was suddenly stricken With a severe pain in my kid neys and was qonflned to bed eight days unable to get up without use ls tance I commenced taking Foleys Kidney Remedy and tho pain gradual ly abated and finally ceased I cheer fully recommend Foloys Kidney Rem edy New StnnfQrdDrug Co The will of W H Tilford ono of the vice presidents of tho Standard Oil Company who died recently leaves 4000000 to his grand nephew he nc NEWS NOTES Judge John Love wellknown citizen of Taylor county is dead at an advanc edngeChina is about to take n census of the uncounted millions within her bor ders W H Duncan a prominent Wash ington county farmer is dead after a long illness The 100th anniversary of Masonry in Indiana was celebrated Saturday in Vincenncs Ind Tho British naval estimates show an Increase of close to 15000000 over the estimate of last year The citizens of Oyster Bay gave a public reception to former President Roosevelt and Mrs Roosevelt Tho Chesapeake Bay steamer Dupont was burned to the waters edge while lying at tho wharf at Love Point Md Tho conference of tho Anthracite Miners and Operators adjourned finally at Philadelphia without reaching an agreementJames Christiansen former State Treasurer of Utah was arrested on the charge of being a defaulter to the amount of 70000 By a vote of 125 to 70 the Georgia division I of tho United Daughters of the I Confederacy decided on Amlorsonville as tho location for the monument to Copt Wire Mark Vernon Slingerland professor of Economic Entomology at Cornell University and well known as a con tributor to scientific journals died at Ithaca N Y Jesse M Smith for 20 years auditor of the Interstate Commerco Commis sion veteran Confederate soldier and railroad expert died in Washington aged G2 years Officials of the Department of Justice decline to say what action will be taken by the Government with respect to tho several other criminal cases agaipst the Standard Oil Company for accepting rebates Maj Henry C Newcomer of the United States Engineers in charge of the Ohio River has begun tho securing of data Showing the amount of water taken from the river at various points through municipal water plants Action amounting practically to the breaking off of diplomatic relations with Nicaragua was taken by tho State Department when it ordered Secretary of Legation Gregory in charge of af fairs at Managua to return home leav ing tho legation in charge of the Con sul who will have no diplomatic capaci ty Simple Remedy For La Grippe La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop Into pneu monla Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens Urn lungs so that no sort ous results need be feared The pen nice Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and Is in i yellow package Uofuso substitutes New Stanford Drug Co I I The expenditures incident to the ill ness and the death of President McKin ley have just been made public after being carefully guarded for what rea son is not stated for several years In the take out a dozen or two doctors are named who get 200 to 10000 each while nurses and others galore shared in the divy It is a sad commen tary when the death of a statesman is made the occasion tor a big lot of graft ing Frankfort Journal Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped ln20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store I i AIS one of theS few worth your A while It x will be pre= by one of Fred G Con Tads companies and z says Your Moneys 1Yrthor Your Money Back Talk IiAtWaltons Opera House Wednesday Night March tGov tiWillsons plays sented IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Casey county grand jury return ed 38 indictments Smallpox is a thing of the past Inj MU Vernon says the Signal Luttrell charged with killing Nor fleet in Casey county was acquitted Ezekiel Sinkhorn aged 50 died at Junction City after a brief Illness of pneumoniaMro C Thompson formerly of London Is critically ill of typhoid fever atWinchesterMrs Farley one of the most prominent women of Richmond is dead at her home there aged 83 years William B West has been appointed carrier on Rural Route No3 from Lan caster Thurston West is his substi tute Robbers after beating Mr and Mrs David Smith into Insensibility at their home near Pincville robbed them of 582 R J White aged 74 years a native of Richmond Ky where ho married Miss Annie E Walker 36 years ago Is dead in St Louis Mrs Martha Harding McDonald sis ter of lIon Robert Harding of Dan ville died of pneumonia at Atlanta af ter a brief illness Dr J McCluskyBlayney Danville died at the New England Deaconess Hospital Boston Mass where ho un derwent a delicate surgical operation last Monday Dr Blayney was a plo neer Presbyterian preacher and n grand old man Ho was born in Ohio county W Va in 1844 Misses Anna Davis Edith and Grace Stull three students at the Jessamine Institute went to their room and while preparing to retire found a Negro un der the bed The girls screamed and run During the excitement the Negro mado his escape Judge Cochran of tho Federal court sentenced Charles Phelps and Kirk Shelton to 12 months in the county jail and fines of 300 each for assaulting Deputy U S Marshall Geo Massingale while ho was trying to put handcuffs on them in the Somerset jail Two revolvers a quantity of nitro gycerino and several skeleton keys were found in tho possession of C E Brown of Jcllieo Ky arrested at Maplewood Mo says a dispatch He is suspected of having some knowledge of a freight car robbery at Webster Grove Mo John Hubble and W G Ting each 70 years of age died near Somerset Saturday They served in the same company under Gen McClelland In the Civil War and had been inseparable friends during their long career having attended school together in their boy hood days Kills WouldBe Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by preven tlon They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowls preventing that clog ging that Invites appendicitis curing lIlInrln at Pennys Drug Store It is said that the new fashion de crees that tho waist line in womans dresses shall bo near the knees This is bad Hugging a woman around the knees will not bo good form Frank fort Journal liMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high lover and was In an awful condition I gave him two doses of Foleys Orlno Laxative and the next morning t pteverwaa goon and ho was f Qo loys Orlno Laxative saved his life A Wolkusb Caslraer uVJs New Stanford Drug Co YOU am GO wrong r 1 In Style in Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of our Hart Schaffner flafxO Spring Suits V They are reliable in all the things awell dress ed man looks for The latest in fabrics col orings patterns and models We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fader Cttmmins Weareii i STANFORD KENTUCKY This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing yourorder t1 1 I 1 3 W Ii HIGGINS STANFORD KY a V The Interior Journal- E Co WALTON CHARLESAHARDI- NotHercercountyI a candidate for Com i 0 monwoalthi Attorney ol UiU tho lath Ju dlclnl district subject to the uctton of the 4 democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR 11 clIIJdldale for circuit Judge of Ibls1tbo ltth distrIct lubject to thu o F Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY L II a candidate for circuit of this the lath Judlclaldlttrlcttubject to the action of Democratic party IT is probable that the case of the Coopers apd Sharpo for killing Senator Carmack at Nashville will get to the jury today Gen MeCam who made the last speech begun Saturday and 1was to have concluded it yesterday One of the attorneys for the defense spoke nine hours while others of the counsel spoke fromfive to seven Th case has attracted great attentfon an tie outcome will be awaited with much interest The I J predicts that the jury will be unable to agree that the Coopers and Sharpe will be allowed ball and the three men will never be punish ed for the murder of Senator Carmack A GROUCHY old bachelor says tha 1 matrimony is equivalent to a life sea tence at hand labor with nothing off for good behavior The old scamp doesn speak from experience of course but that he has some horse sense no bene dict will gainsay AT the republican caucus inWashmg ton Saturday night Joseph G Cannon referred to as the Iron Duke of Amer ican Politics was selected for Speaker of the House This is the fouVth time Uncle Joe has had the honor and office No provision has been made for a tax on coffee in the new tariff bills and the republican members of the Ways and Means Committee are uncertain wheth er or not to put in the measure Free ciffee sounds good to us CHARLES H MURRELL business man ager and solicitor for the Adair News- droppeddeadin the Commercial Hotel t aj Campbellsville He was a splendid newspaper man and an exceedingly af fable clever gentleman THE Bulgarian Parliament has voted 1ttax bachelors The proceeds of th- p new tax will be devoted to the purpose of education Over 27000 bachelors are effected by the tax hTilE Legislature of Iowa and Hmne sota voted down womans suffrage The solons of those States dont want any Mother Hubbards around the polls and they are right t A CHICAGO woman banqueted the jurors who brought in a verdict in he favor for divorce and alimony Tha looks like dividln dup with them To The Democrats of Lincoln County I can not submit in silence to the t unfair treatment I have received at the hands of the Constituted authorities of the party in this county My friends who so loyally supported me and who believe that I was nominated for sher iff have been deprived of a voice in wthelate primary election They shall u and the party generally shall t know that I have been defrauded of a mmination to which I am justly and fairly entitled and have been denied even a hearing by a majority of the county committeeII have always been a consistent dem ocrat and when I announced myself aI candidate I had a right to suppose that r I would be given a square deal by theI party authorities whether they happened to be for or against me in my race So when I was approached by aI presentthenatsea henchman of my opponent and his services tendered me to get my friends on the county com F mittee I spurned his offer with the Statement that I would engage in no such fraudulent conduct that I was on ly entitled to a square deal and would certainly not compromise the honor of any friend of mine by asking him tobe a member of the committee in order toI act for me right or wrong I ltedI strictly in accordance with these views 83 I neither took nor attempted to take any part iu the selection of the county f committee I do not regret my course i in this matter even though It did costI me as subsequent events show theI nomlnntionfor sheriff When thcjcommittee met to select the officers of election I submitted as j requested a list of names of persons competent to act as such The committee appointed 48 election officers yet out of this umber only 15 were fa Jrlyti chance since even according to the r fraudulent election returns there was a difference between us of only 14 votes f 4 in a total of over 2100 1 made a careful canvass of the coun ty andibelievcd a majority of the dem ocrats were for me So when it was reported that Ifwas defeated by 14 I avotes I determined to look into the f matter Upon investigation I was con winced that I hadjfairly won tho nomi nation and had been deprived of it by 1 t rr rf J I fraudulent votes and fraudulent count I then proposed to my opponent Mr McCarty that we agree to lot the com mltteecount the ballotsland abide the result No one will say this was not a fair proposition He finally refused to make any such agreement Still having some faith in the fairness of the committee ifilcd before it in the time and manner prescribed by law a notice of contest I stated that 1 had been fairly nominated and charged that the ballotalhad been fraudulently counted and thatjthe ballot boxes them selves contained the evidence of and would show too fraud practiced upon me and I demanded an examination and count of the ballots by the committee I furthercharged that numbers of illegal votes had beencast and count ed for Mr McCarty in the various pro civets of the county and gave too names of the illegal voters in all over 200 I further charged and specified other fraudulent and illegal acts in particular wadthis notice Mr McCarty filed on lag Monday a demurrer and an answer an counter notice The committee was called together last Saturday and the case tried tho the issues were not made not a parti evetn time for taking proof had not arrived The case was tried however that is if otthe committee to hear my contest a- properlyall a trial The only question before the committee on last Saturday was the objection by demurrer to my notice of contest For the purposes of the trial of this question it was admit ted that the ballot boxes were stuffed with fraudulent votes for Mc McCarty and that an examination and recount would demonstrate that I was nomi natedfor sheriff It was likewise ad mitted that over 200 fraudulent and il legal votes had been cast and counted for him Yet in the face of these ad mitted facts the committee was urged not to try the contest and by a vote of seven to five it so decided Only T A Rice W L Bell Wm Holtzclaw J M Cress and Wm North were willing to give me a square deal The other members of the committee were determined otherwise It was contended for Mr McCarty that the committee hart no right to count the ballots A most nonsensical contention since if the bal lots can not be counted in a contests what is the sense in that provision of the law requiring them to be scaled up and returned Any port in time storm and anything to give willin minds some excuse It wad also contended that my charge ns to fraudulent ballots in the boxes was not sufficient in detail yet I charg ed that in the various boxes there were ballots cast for me and fraudulently counted for McCarty I certainly could not know exact number in each providesrthat the committee shall count the bal lots in any precinct upon a petition signed by 10 per cent of the voters therein In order that the committee might not have even a pretext to refuse a count I filed within tho time pre scribed such petitions from Stanford Precinct No3 Waynesburg Nos 2 and 3 and Hustonvillo No 1 Yet upon these petitions the committee refused to count the bailotsin these precincts A majority of thccommittee was sim ply determined not to open the ballot boxes and uncover the fraud Again even if this one paragraph of my notice was insufficient that could not affect or invalidate the nine other paragraphs wherein I charged in each more than enough fraudulent and ille gal votes to give me the nomination and to which paragraphs there was not even a feigned objection Notwithstanding these facts a majority of the committee upon a mere pretextI use tie word advisedlydismissed and absolutely refused to hear or try the con testI offered before the committee set tie and determine the contest by a count of the ballots I made this offer publicly before the committee and di rectly to Mr McCarty and repeated it and he sat dumb This offer was fair and his failure toI accept it or allow his partisans on the committee to act upon it is proof con elusive of my charge and demonstrates that I was fairly nominated and fraud ulently deprived of the nomination He knew a count of the ballots would show the fraud otherwise he and his would certainly have consented to and acted upon my proposition The above are the plain unvarnished I facts and I submit them in order that you may know that while I am the victim this time of the4raud you may be the next unless such practices are ef fectively rebuked JUS BAUGHMAN Stanford Ky March 15 1909 It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watortown Wis Ton years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure bad at last laid mo up Then Uucttlens Arnica halve cured It sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema SaltKhoum Dolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store Capt R S Pool proprietor of Cerulean Springs is dead He was an old Confederate soldier f DANVILLE KY nILadies Garnjeijts for- SummerSpringd We have this season bought the largest and most vat ied lino of Ladies Tailored Suits and Dresses etc we have ever had and wo feel sate that it L the largest ever shown in Central Kentucky Wo searched tho market carefully selecting only tho best styles from many of tho most exclusive tail ors in New York in this way getting nn immense variety of styles and col ors Wo also have the advantage oi having the services of an experienced corps of resident huyers in our New York office nil during the year in this way keeping continually in dose touch with tho now styles If anything espec hilly new appears in New York wo have ft sample of it in a few days H SUITS We now have in stock slant 200 new Spring Suits for your selection em bracing all the popular shapes of tho season All tho best fabrics and colors ranging iu price from 815 to 850 Wo call especial attention to our strong line of White Serge suite at 818820 82250 830 and 835 All especially made for us and the best you will see DRESSES Foulard Silks Mcssaltncs Silks Linens and Lingerie dresses in all colors and prices from simple wash dresses at SGrup to elegant reception dreK at 860 WAISTS We have now in stock an unusually select line of waists in Mcssalineg 83gon up to 810 We have the agency for the celebrated Knickerbocker pure Irish linen tailored waiststhe finest made Prices 82 to 84 all beautifully made of fine linen OTHER GARMENTS Our space will not permit an extended notice of all our ladies garments We have Separate Skirts from 85 to 815 Spring Coata extra valuM from 85 to 815 Beautiful embroideredsilk and Pongee coats at 810 Spec sal bargains in fine silk petticoats at 8450 to 810 PIECE GOODS We are showing the largest assortments of dress silks ever shown here Every shade of plain satins full lines of fancy satins four lines of printed Foulards tit 50c i5c 85c and 81 An immcnso assortment of new Wash Fabrics many of them confined to HR for this section LINENS Come to us fur tiny kind of Linen you want We have white linens from heaviest Crash to sheerest cambricfrom 25c to 82 yard French Linens in white and colors at 35c to C5c Irish Linens in colors from 25c to 35c Many Jines of fancy trifle lines Trimmings Thc very latest in Dress Trimmings for new silks undrotinsfor linen dresses for nil kinds of wash dre- ssesGuaranteed Hose Wo are now selling the celebrated Peerless hose which you have bought from us for 15 years and will sell you for 8150 six pairs of fine Maco cot ton hose aud guarantee that they will wear you six months without darning For 82 we will sell you six pairs of very fine guazo lisle thread hose with tho offsamesilk lisle thread hose with same guarantee For 81 wo will scH you four Pairs ofmens cotton Socks with same guarantee THESE IRE ALL BARGAINS REGARDLESS OF THE GUARANTEE Redfern Corsetst Do riot forget that wo have an experienced fitter for corsetsthe only one in Central Kentucky Havo your Redfern corset properly fitted nnd note the difference We carry them in stock from 83 to 80 Also Warners Rust Proof Corsets from 81 to 83 Nothing better except Redfern NEW GOODS RECEIVED EVERY DAY DANVILLE KY Y n r em Walkovers t I i liJustthan ever High Shoes in Gun Metal Vici Ox Blood and Patent Leathers WO 4 and 5OO-m f Per Pair A pretty good stock still of WALKOVER heavy goods for this sloppy weather tl J + + +++ ++++++++++++tt+ 4 l I H J McJROBRTS 4 STANFORD KENTUCKY I mggrEtEifEfL erErEEerif New Ledgers Journals And 9 Cash Bo ksmi m JH v In Great Variety of Styles and Prices f iInFact a Very Complete g- Jj I Line of Stationery JXt m Generally m m PENNYS t DRUG STOREm mBtanrord Kentucky ELECTRIC RANGES file Range to buy a full saver a miuej the best baker A largo line of select from and we will appreciate a call GEORGE H FARRIS 1 Stanford lP t We Could Shut our Eyes To quality and workmanship and give you much showier garments nttko enmo price but to have them mado right and of good material you got a I ecrvicablo dress and ono that docs not lose its ehnpclincsB et SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY l r The Interior Journal I STANFORD KY MAUCH 1C 1900 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store r SOME very bargains In Box- Papur but the supply la Ask to lee them Drug Store PERSONALS MR J R HMIIUS was in Lancaster yesterdayIMRS W M BniQHT is in Louisville Miss MARGARET IIUFFMAN is visiting at Paint Lick MRS S W MFNEFEC and little son are vieiUng in Lebanon MR ERNEST WARREN and wife were doVn from Middlesboro MISS ROSA GOLDSTEIN is studying stenography in Louisville Misa BERTHA JACKRON went up to London yesterday to visit friends REV Jos BALLOU of Stanford was hero WcdnesdaySomorset Time Miss MARY D KENNEDY is now trim mar for a big millinery store at Stur Kis CArT AND MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard Springs were hero Fri J C EunANKS and little Annlo Iday visited the formers mother In Gar J C RFID Is quite sick and Bright Hays ts clerking at the St Asaph in IMas J B PAXTON and son James to Lancaster yesterday to visit her parents Mil DAVIII PEPPLES the aged father of our townsman Mr John C Pcpples continues very 111 Mn A W DiLLION and wife of Crab Orchard have been guests of Mrs Dil lions sisters heroIMRS bL C SAUFLEY will entertain the Current Events Club Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock MRS SUSAN YKAOER returned Satur day night from a visit to her sister Mrs J E Johnson at Pittsburg Pa Miss BLACK GIVENS of tho West End Is quite sick Her sister Mrs E D Kennedy of this place is with her Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS who has i been with her sister Mrs S M Allen at Mlllcriburg returned home yester day MR ERNEST CARTER of Evansville Ind arjlvwl yesterday to ace his little son Ralph who is very low of pncu monia MRS J F CUMMINS of Stanford Is visiting Mr and Mrs W C Pettus and Mrs II D CampbclUWilmore Cor Jessamine Journal MK S P STACO orders his J JI changed from Donerall to 401 N Broad way Lexington where ho and Mrs Stagg are now domiciled MR JOHN S WELLS of Danville paid this office a call last week He Is getting ready to make a protracted vis It to his mother at Tampa Fla MK J A HOLMES and bride and Miss Marguerite Culton of Crab Orch ard came down apd witnessed tho splendid performance given by tho Lena Rivers Cq Friday night JASON WESLEY tho clover and cm dent clerk of tho Casey Circuit Court was hero Saturday to see his sister Mrs J B Williams who W here under treatment of her physician t MR R C ANDERSON of Harper Kansas It hero visiting his many rela y tives Ho is a son of Mr W H An derson who was in the drug business with Mr W B McRoberts in tho long ago I MRi J A HOLLAS who has made tho Highland section a mighty good citizen for several years leaves today for Homlney Okla with his family to roo aide Ho reported a largo attendance at hla sale and says everything brought satisfactory prices MR S J BELL and sop Adison of Stanford was hero Saturday Mr T U Hammonds of Stanford was attend- Ing Circuit Court Mrs C F Mont gomery And Ron are with Mrs Mont gomerys father T S Carpenter at Hustonvllltf Liberty News r LOCALS SEE tho new styles In mens Oxfords Cummins VVtaren FOLLOW tho crowd and go to tho picture show 1 a good farmhand to milk 1moving Box 196 Stanford Ky I New clocks at Muellers SEE my line of wagonmendbuggy har nois J C MrClary LADIES Oxfords the latest styles Cummins Warren CARLOAD of extra nice White North ern seed oats J II Baughman Co THE February pay a bore for tho school teachers Supt Singleton tells us- a MONTE CRISTO at Waltons Opera louse tomorrow night Wednesday March 17th wPURE bulk and package garden seeds Early Ruse and Ohio Triumph seed po tatoes Geo D Hopper EGOS for sale from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulonso geese Mrs I W J Edmlston Crab Orchard Ky MRS CHARLES PorrENiuoEN died at her home in tho Milton Warren section ot tho South End and was buried Fri day FOR SALE Eggs from finely bred Barred Plymouth Rocks Mrs R II Crow Shelby City Kit R F D No 2 Box 2S- Fort 9 SALE House and lot on East Main St Stanford Ky in Graded school district Call on or address S Raines Stanford Ky Tits Lena Rivers Co gavo a splendid performance to a good crowa at Wal tons Opera House Friday night The show la a high claes one in every par ticular ACARSON informs us that he assessed 200421 acres of land in Lincoln county and tho total amount Is 4111262 or an average of 2050 per acre T JUST received a carload of genuine Pluto Cannel Coal Best in the world for cooking and nil right for the grate Only 16c per bushel McKinney Coal Feed Co Tim ladies of the Methodist church have tho thanks of this office for u de lightful treat Saturday afternoon They sent us a large waiter ladcned with delicious Ice cream and cake MR W LANDGRAF a sold for John Baugh his form near Highland of 82 acres to Gotlieb Bcnke for 1600 Mr L also sold the Wm Cash farm of 120 I acres to James Ross for 800 HENRY D PHILLIPS is preparing to build two nice concrete cottages on his lot on Logan Avenue There will be a great deal of building dono in Stanford as soon as the weather opens up sheepI100 balo lots One good stallion and horses cattle hogs etc Salo March 17 1909 Bettio Spoonamore Admx EASTER TFnTAINWNTOn the evening of April 9th at the Christian church Miss Ellen Ballou will a aUIIspicesthe church STIRS TilE FEELIGSThe mere mention of some plays is enough to arouse the deep interest which many dramas fall lo reach in tho perform ance Even the title of Monto Cristo stirs the feelings and enlivens the Imagination The play will be seen at Waltons Opera Houso tomorrow Wed night March 17 with tho advantages of tho good company which Manager Fred G Conrad always provides and his own special equipment of scenery which has been perfected after a great deal of experience in presenting this drama TUB County Committee met hero Saturday to look into the contest of Mr M S Baughman against Mr W L McCarty As has been stated In these columns several times Mr Baugh man contested tho nomination of Mr McCarty for sheriff charging fraud and iryc uliritca Tho committee heard tho petitions of both gentlemen and speeches by the attorneys of each but by a voto of seven to five declined logo further Into the contest Their de cision Is not at nil pleasing to Mr Baughman and ho issues a card to the democrats of Lincoln county concerning their action Ho was represented in the contest by Hon P M McRoberts and Mr McCarty by Messrs W S Burch and George D Florence 4 New Suits x New Skirts New Spring Coats New Silk Coatsf- i 11 M MM We have just placed on sale a line of the nbovo goods that are absolutely correct in style and priced much less than the same goods are priced in larger towns and cities 1CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer FRESH buttermilk and cream daily at Rincharta 4t FOR SALEA lot of roller skates Apply at this officoITRY a pair of that allleather work shoo at 2 Cummins Wcarcn SEE our roofing for tobacco barns the beat W K Warner tho tinner IT is now time for your sew ing Call on Mrs J H Colyer Logan Avenue I FOR SALEA IChorao power port able engine and boiler J R Powell Stanford IFOR SALE Imperial Pekin duck eggs 11 for L Mrs James N Cash phone 992J SEE E T Pences new corn planter It is a daisy and does the work to a queens taste TilE Casey News saysthat Hugh Thompson who killed his nephew Fred Garrison will make an effort to get a change of venue LISTENIf you want to save money on building this year give mo your eon tract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phone 84 A MILLINERY OranINCOn Thursday March 25th I will have my millinery opening All the ladles are cordially in vited to come Miss Ella May Saunders WALTER wh0 killed Herbert Hurnbcr also colored at Crab Orchard had his examining trial Friday and was held in 300 to circuit court which he gave RESERVED seats for Monte Cristo at Waltons Opera House tomorrow Wed nesday night are on sale at Shugars Tanners drug store McRoberts old stand WILLIAM BARNETT was platted In jail hero a few nights since charged with forging tho name of Mr B P Martin of Rowland to checks amounting to about 75- PER80N9 wanting dirt have it free by sending their wagons to the I courthouse yard Wagons loaded free of charge Foundation stones for sale F Krueger Son contractors LINCOLN county seems to have gone daft on banks There ore now two at Stanford two at Hustonville ono at McKinney ono at Crab Orchard one at Waynesburg another a little over tho lino at Brodhcad and now ono is to bo established at Moreland which is not BR largn as JetU ExRepresenta tivo B B King well known here is tho promoter of tho latterFrankfort Journal So much money around here we must have abundant places to store it It would not surprise us If Lincoln county doesnt havo a ninth bank by July 1- Mns a WIGGS OF THE CADB AGE PATCH will bo presented at Waltons Opera House on Friday night April 2nd un der the direction of Miss Harriett Jones The play has been pronounced the best local or home talent production in alarge number of towns where it has been given Tho U D Cs will havo charge of the attraction and the net proceeds will go to the John Mor gan Monument Fund Some of our prettiest girls and most gallant beaux will tako part in tho play and nothing will be left undono that will add to the pleasure of tho entertainment Remember the date Friday April2nd and make your arrangements to bo at Waltons Opera house before the cur tain rises A WHOLESOME STORY WELL TOLD Monte Cristo which will be at Waltons Opera House tomorrow Wednesday night March l7th is ono of tho great est human nature plays ever written and in its appeal to tho imagination through tho instinctive lovo of adventure and romance it is without an equal It is a most ingeniously con structed play the action is briskand tho situations give fine opportunity for the most elaborate scenic and mechan ical effects The Incident follow with cleverness and they are of true cumu powerinMlpeland others Tho production is under tho direction of Fred G Conrad He brings a metropolitan company and I special scenery f F t DONT forget the moving pictureI show Tim Masons hero preparing for a big banquet on the evening of April 5th FOR SALEMy homo on Danville Ave All modern improvements Mrs John Ellis LOST a shaggyhaired Shepherd dog white stripe in forehead and small head Female W P Logan Stan ford Ky nBUFF Orpington eggs for hatching 50c per setting of 17 or 2 50 per hunt dred Mrs W f Holtzclaw Gilberts Creek Ky 4t MR M S BAUGHMAN informs us that ho will now go to the courts with his contest for the democratic nomina tion for sheriff IN our next issue will a his tory of Lincoln county and her several courthouses written by Mr John Bright who knows more about this good county than anybody in the State NEWS came last night of tho death in Louisville of MrsAl G Huffman particulars tain that tho body will be brought here for interment MORSEL Val Morse son of Mr and Mrs V B Morse of Hustonville died at Deming New Mexico Thursday of pneumonia and tho remains were to have arrived at Hustonvlllo yesterday afternoon He went to Deming for lung trouble some months ago and was getting along so nicely thut he was about ready to return when he become 111 of pneumonia Ills mother went with him and was at his bedside when the end came Deceased was about 27 years old and an exceedingly clever young man He was a brotherinlaw of Mr J H Reid of the New Stan ford Drug C- oPUBLIC A SALE I On RATUIWA Y MAUO1I noIJUI nt 130 wadkltchenearring HI good ns new 1 new lowing nm dtBlcdInestate Terms nmarVnowa otiMny of wile UA UIlHAdmr NOTICE All who arc Indebted to in will please cull And settle lament once Wo also wish to rAprilbetter merchant We thunE our patrons for their andhopesuitedforLUTES 111108 Turnerivllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I OnTUli8DAYMAUOHal0 i tofclock 1xat my place on Dnnvlllo Avenue 1 oflandhot and cold water In bath At same time and splendidtorbuglUllIIcklxJnrdIPrlnKtlgbt two stands of sees end nu merous other things Terms made known on day of sale MKH Join a F OA8IC Munford Ky PUBLIC SALE p fnrfnnearBATIJHDA Y M HOIIO tOO byllllughmnnlnnd calves 1 good pair ot horse mutes olds18handsSjennetstlueeand W barrels of corn one twohoree wagon and harness new mower and rake McCormick buckbonedor TO hens Household nnd kitchen furnl atU30AbsharpTerms J B 11ROK M llu tonvllle K- OOIJl Chandler Au- cfPUBLICSALE J I Having sold my farm I will sell nt public auction on my promises three miles Mouth trornGmbWUDNKHDAY MAIWH 17 10 O rticonlhUlIggood faintly horse IS barrels of corn 1 vow with call 1 cow fresh In June 1 old heifer l yearling helferiiyearlliigstpers MoCormlckhorse plow 1 top buggy Y double Inoolplows l single plow I Juneau steel range with water tank 1 bureau l leather couch1 wardrobe tables chairs washstand rock washbowlmany other things too numerous to men tlon Male to begin nt 9 oclock A x GANOLOFFOapt A We Invite Comparison Of our Sksrts with any make Human hand pan not do nicer work than is on thiso goods the elite kind If we havent your size in the skirt you f like we will make one to fit you See the new models just in t L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I SKIRTSf A full line of new Spring Skirts of the very newest models and of the newest shades and weaves Fashions latest decrees are hero expressed without limit Skirts beautifully trimmed in buttons taffeta bands and satin folds handsomely tailored in nil the latest styles nnd colors Inspect this line and wo know i we willsell you for we unhesitatingly guarantee the quality of goods fit prjp and style Anybody will tell you that thoI Queen is the hest skirt handled in tho U S + iI 11 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY OrchardPILE flirst Tfational Sank Stanford Jfcy Jr Orffantzat 382 Capital Stock 35O 000 Jurflut and ViaVVdW Profits S9 OOO- Jffas paid in TDividonctsinco Organization 211 50O a- I Snulto Slew jfccounts on Our fflerts 5 OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice Presldent John J McRoberts Cashier U C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS w 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 hooker C E Tate Big Combination Sale1 OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses Stallions and Jacks To bo Held at HustonvilleKyMarch 24 25 26 I Write for Entry BlanKs Entries Close March 10th V Companyir U t JLThe Interior JournalII Snleredin the Post OJfiu at Stanford at tteonddatt matter LN TIMETABLE No1Hodth nla r X- NoI3Mouthnf JA xIi No t4 North 4 tlO A N Nd ro North ftW p M No K IIf7AM t Nos2IUJI JOS S RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Valid ruff or any form of skin or scalp dim ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fob externaluse All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICEit Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McHoberts Drug Store in r the Owsley Building r Inspires TobaccO and Tobacco Barns t Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY K Uesldenco Phone SO Otilce SO Insure with me and be fully protected Adorinas Fox A t I handsome large young Jersey Bull de scended from a and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the II land of Jersey England and America Ills sire U one of the teat bulls ever Imported It a show cow that lint hen 65 belsome Ancestor and have a cow you should avail yourself of his soy VIet lie a limited number of npproyedlregistered cows out side of our own herd a fee of Make engagement beforejendlng Sow to be bred Telephone OX Stanford Ky N BWe have to over three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky nndour Standard Remedy the- frenteitblooaandllvermedlclneyetknownt ney Troublo and all diseases impure blood rutepurofood actofJune 8i- r luoo and guaranteed the manufacturer the Remedy U taken according to directions tend U he or she Is not benefited by the use of the Hemedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains SH doses a register gunrnn ee and moiling cord with full Instructions We send it to any address by i of 1 or six pnckures for tloyottttrtnlghtnsavelnbigdoctors bill llememlr you ing to instructions nnd are not benefited you get your dollar back You will nItnnd remedy In drug stores for sole II sold only our authorized nEents lt mllEl WILLIAMS Agent t 1 R t We Lay FURHides and Wool featltenTaUosr 8enwax CWeDI GoiJeaSealtYt9ewRodlMyADpleWiW nulM l1856 MOt tullacatarU Loumlfesodan do better for you Kui 4 f agrau cr tnauumoa oercbantx Rrkxaa UT Deal in LouimBe Writ for wally t price tilt lKrt na alSo M SabtJl 8 Ions y 229 Eo Market St LOUISVILLE KY I q r JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm 1 en Also Dealers in Fur r t nitureMattingaRugP They willexpllahge Furniturelfor 1 Kinds of tckI Give Them a Call Pricea Right Vt y STANFORD KENTUCKY t J C JVlcCIary AndrIf STANFORD KY I t pCoebone Ill nomePhone 5 J 4 n r MATTERSIDanville to a now Chris tianchurch the old building being in adequate The southern conference of Unitarian Churches will be held In N1w Orleans March 23 54 and25- I will preach at McCormacka church the 4th Sunday in each month of 1909 at 11 A M and 730 r M J Q Mont gomeryProf II K Taylor president of tho Kentucky Wcsleyan College at Win cheater has resigned as the head of that institution and his resignation has been formally accepted by tho board of trustees Rev James Ware of Shanghai Chi na was tendered a reception at the Christian church at Danville to which all of the ministers of that city lent their presence Ho has been in Shang hai for 28 years and two ycars ago ho led the fight for tho famine sufferers Dr T B Ray the Educational Sec retary of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention will deliver a lecture on Foreign Missions at the Baptist church here Friday night March 19th at 730 Mr Ray will use the stereoptican and moving pictures to illustrate the heathens condi tion Public cordially invited Admission free Warrants galore have been sworn out before a Justice of the Peace as the rev sult of a fight at Zion Lutheran church neat Knoxville Recorder J C Miller of Park City a suburb of Knoxville acts as preacher at Zion church and started proceedings by swearing out a warrant for Sol McCammon on tho charge of disturbing public worship McCammon in turn took out warrants for more than a half dozen members and for the preacher DEPARTMENT Ad Bishop sold to Wm Moser a pair of mules for 440 For sale or trade a good cow Cut White Junction City G W Lyne of Jessamine sold a bunch of 200 pound hogs at G- oAt Wine her P B Poor sold T B Adams a 5yearold jack for 1600 In Woodford Joe S Hughes sold two jack colts to John Veach of Wilmore for 700 I C James of Mercer bought a handsome pair of horses from Bud Price of Mitchellsburg for J400 Wm Moser sold to Ad Bishop a C yearold gelding for 150 Same party sold to Isaac Shelby a gelding for 150 The Federal quarantine for the foot and mouth disease In cattle against Maryland and Michigan was entirely raised yesterday The United States annually produces more corn than all other countries of the world combined 2927000000 out of 38880000000 bushels- I have for sale a good driving horse 15J hands and fat sound and gentle for lady to drive 1 good milk cow 1 sow and 5 shoats If you want some thing that will suit yon call on me at once at my store at Turnersville Ky Keene Lutes- DANYILLE COUKT There were about 100 cattle on the market yesterday and a few extra good yearlings sold at 41c Butcher stuff was slow at 2i to 31c The mule market was active and a number sold at S125 to 175 Few horses were sold and the market was slowJoseph Irvine Co sold the great herd jack Dr Wood to Gibba Mack in of Springfield for 1400 They al so sold a yearling jack to samo parties for 125 and to W A Terry of Hies vllle a fouryearold jennet for 450 and a two year tild jack to William Gra ham of Springfield for 640 n The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face bands and body of the little son of U M Adams ofllqnrletta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for live years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said tho poisoned blood had af fected hl lungs and nothing could jave blmfiut1I writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Rheum Sores and Blood- Dlsordersand Ithoutnatlsm Electric Bitters is supreme Only 60c Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Mr wlDodd in enclosing an ad vertisement of his great Gambettn Wilkes stallion Galton which will appear Friday writes that his horse has already begun his season and that a number of hit colts are being foaled Railey of Lexington sold two harness geldings by Galton for 2000 some weeks since I The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet Inade Is Drv Snoops Health Coffee It is fine in flavor and is made in Just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from parched grains matt nuts etc S ample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store ecoofpedestriansFrederick man swallowed carbolic acid while walking along Halstead street Chicago and died a few minutes afterward e A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlpro ifprrn nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Stores s sC r MATRIMONIAL Ed Foster of Casey and Miss Ora Williams of Eobanks were married last week At Evansville Ind Drv Henry J Hooker aged 73 and Miss Jennie Wil i son 54 wero made one Miss Wilson went to school to tho doctor 45 years ago James Felly and Mrs Margaret Brown of Boyle surprised their many friends by driving to lInrrod burg and getting married The groom Is GO years of ago and tho bride ia 50 Georgo Hughes a wealthy farmer and fruit grower residing near St Louis Mo arrived in Pulaski county Tuesday as the result of un advertise ment in nmatrimonial paper ahd a few hours later was united in marriage to Miss Barthenia Gird lor one of the most popular young ladies of the county Somerset JournaliDont drug tho Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It Is this wonk nerves that are crying out for help Vltallo those weak Insido controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Kosioratlvo and see bow quickly good health will como to you again Test It and see Sold by Pen nys DrugStorq The Postal Department employs over 320000 persons a force as large liS- some standing armies of Europe Last year moro money was paid to the rail roads for the mails than would havo been required tomcet tho entire expenses of tho Government 50 years agoFoloysllonoy and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and ex pels colds Get the genuine In a yel low package Now Stanford Drug Co EGGS FOR SALE I Thoroughbred H O Itrown Leghorn eggs from selected stock IIUB8ELL lillOWN HtanfordKy FRUIT a ORNAMENTAL TREES KvervthlnR for Orchard Lawn and Gar den Write for catalogue II F UILItSUtJlttHONK Lexington Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with tho beslnswell ns the fn sliest of cut flowers plants uf all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also mike a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with tho above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt rvakonablo prices OIIRIHTMAN oitKKX IIOUHKH Kn JlriiliAiin IKnll- Hlolilord Ky NOTICE I I will between the hours of tt oclock A x alld 1 oclook r X on MONDAY MA UUII S9 1900 In front of the courthouse door In Stan ford Ky lellat public outcry to the high est and Iiwt bidder for CRAb In hand taxJcoper cent penalty and cost of advert tslngi Carpenter Jennie and Dovle HO78 119tO L It IlDllIIEM Treasurer Stanford ClriiUeU school PUBLIC SALE Hpoonollloredueenlldhighest bidder at 111 oclock AM the following personelproperty towlllCIA bales of good hay fwd stulT Ja good red stems d red heliersl7 calves 11 cows 1 good mare mule ft years old hopes I mart I sorrel colt 4i good Houthdown sheen about ready to luinb and 7 other farmlugIIIIplelll01l18numerous to mention Term made known on day of salt HKTTIK SlOOXAMOKK Admx Col Jl Chandler Anc EXECUTRIXSSALE As executrix of tbe ostatr of William Warren dwyused I will on- TOKHUAYMAUOH silUOT beginning at ID oclock A R soil to tub IlUhllcoutcryonthuceased the following ersonul to regbtentllhorthorll hOIlIn mares bred to Jack 4 work mulci I mule colt farming Implements y wagons I spring wagon 1 new cnrrluge I phaton a amodPheghnrrowIhaytakoYntowinghmcldue corn planter IDlsodrill with fertilizer at tachment I cutting lax corn shinier 1 scalding box halt interest In roller wagon ear 250 barrel of excellent cornhousehold Iud kitchen furniture and n number of other things TJtMHAIi purchases of J1D nod tinder cash In hand nil over 111 on n credit of six lcurltYdlIIlIbloper cent Interest front ante until paid Mats WMWAIIBKX T O Inglllb Alit Danville Ky Lincoln Bonds for Sale 4 Per Cent Semi- Apnually I tin HATUUUAY A PHIL 10 1609 at 1 I houlodopublic of said county to jhe amount of t8ni for the purpose of eroding n new courthouse in said county Bald hoods will be issued lit three series to wit Merles A of tllMM and consisting of 0 bonilsof lad each and payable 10 years front May 1 lliuu with tho privilege of redeeming In 7 years bondaofrevdeeming8erles0 of tISjun consisting of 80 bonds of fCOU each duo and payable In SO years 01reRald bonds will be interostfrontper pent pnyablo sent annually HBurchI r 1 If YouWant To Crow Corn Alfalfa hogs and cattle como to flutter Co Bond fur list of Improved farms Address J U WEST Augusta Kn FOR SALE 1 and engine nnd taw mill for snlaWill toll either or both OltAB KXMUXOttpnhelmKy VulostolllcC Wnynesbnrg Ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky Kor Traitnient of Diseases of the IAn ifqio Throat Ear Oenlto pins Norvoui System and Surgery MASONS MEET tJl1I10oUIIIthird 5lhnpaynlghtsofwtobmontha Tittt ooliHk lutlnlr Imllon itulu Stun Ky Member of titter lodges nrp fns tn1tt1 to lw IIIVMIU u really WMIr W ronninntonMec Notice Poultry Raisers I Now u the tliiio of year to fewi your fonts OnlJetHOIIPa preventive It nut only keeplthem lwalthy but makes them 10 guaranteedbytill guarantee Sekfur booklet on dleeasoa of poultry ae O CARTER New Livery Depot IPhone STANFORD KENTUCKY Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation for external use Stops Itching and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Dniggitis Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store CONCRETINGWeart emoting such ns look Work IoVdihonts and In faet we ran make any thing from r house down ton fence post We can nr t you promptly and guarantee nrstsswork and materlnl Unit nod got our rleos before you buy your material nt mast PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Dinwiddie Co1 Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We car ryan uptodate line of goods Mahbny Rankin INSURANCEFire and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight otthq leading comnnnles of the world roprenelitcd Uomimtuin rides with LosspayIn lul In the history of this agency Losses promptly paid nod without illtcount No walling tAdnxs for your money Before In surlngqnllon MAHONY 8 RANKIN TliQ Insurance Men of Stanford Indigestion Dyepepslsheartburn spxlaoNerveShoopIndirecttosod favor to Dr and his Rustorstlve With out l and highly vital principle DO such lasting acrnmplhhmonts were ever to be For stomach distress bloating blllouane bad breath and sallow complexion try Dr fihoop cheerfully Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DUO STORE II SWUNG IS 1FKRI3 and men women nod children are tired of wearing 1 their old Winter Shoe Our stylus thw eoason wo think are the prettiest nUll most stylish of any shoos that are made In gun metals patent leather box culvos volonrs Jill viols they are unoxcellod When it cornea to 0 Iv blood elloea and Oxfords you need not go nay further Como nUll select Ill lj until your hearts content Kvorythinjr new This eoksona toots filets nro way from n 50o baby shoo to R U Crosaatt Cull 11lMillfAUlhe before you buy ol cwbcre wm take pleasure Iu showing you our- linoSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY the Lincoln County national lank 01 Stanford Kentucky Capital 50OOOOO Surplus l 3800000 U Resources 34000000- S n H SHANKS PRESIDENT W11 BRIGHT CASHIER ItI J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER j W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Chnley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanfonl W II Shank Stanford T a Ran t kin Lancaster J U Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Rubble Lancaster W II Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Goocli Gilberts Crook Highest Market Prices Paid For 1 Eggs Hides Furs Hens lie Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Chickens 9 to 10cIDucks 10 to 10 I2c Geese 6 to 7c- Turkeys 12 to 14c Scrap Iron Guineas 20c a Piece Rubber H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND yOaGKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGERfEAST TENNESSEE teeeaQart I TaF GROSS ECrab Orchard Kentucky Is now ready to servo his old friends situ hoiws to snake many new ones IftoU have- a nude or horn to castrate work for blur dad have It don right Ho makes n specialty of castrating rldgtllngs Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form Pitching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W oc Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro crrlusand hardware Itolin n good bull ness Will Invoice about 10 Unison III health OKO 11 HOllKU Htnnford Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR Title tine black saddle stallion was sired b tho great saddle hrepdlnic stallion Old Htonewnll Title colts dam was n Denmark mina Hols n nice colt Ho has colts to toInsureon nil colts until paid for Barren marcs mode to stand bytliolmpreinator Wo have perfect success In this breeding ILLY IRECKINRIDGE MaJorJollamako the season 0111010 at my barn nt pi to Insure n colt until weaning of lOll now on my farm to show forlids good breeding He II a sure Toni getter A ITHAYMm A HONK IMeasnnt Hill Breeding Farm Stanford H F O No 4 7- U FARM FOR SALE I I grasslandthe Htnnfonl pike Iniprovfincnta and fcnclua good plenty of water and fruit udleInstoffr- i a grow 1y i nscrop J A 41clinney When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken bn tailor nt ox C t perionce Then your clothes whether low 41volIllIlIIIUIwhich plainly Indicate they were tundra to your nuu un I wlllnlso toko your mcas urn for extra trouser fancy vests top cools and overcoat Kail and Winter tam pies oil hand rendy for your Inllclon- 1I6ltUILEYTheTnllor Stanford Ky Safeguard the Future It aloftThe safest surest nnd adeijunto nfo guard for the future Is a policy in The Mutual Benefit LifeIInsurance Co U U conspicuous for economical manage rolurnstoTho company Is tUlt entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR Of n successful business career with storepolicy holders In Lincoln county than nil other companies combined Write for particulars stating ago and whether mar ried or to It if NKWAND L Hpcolnl ARt f 1JatllCI S 4