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No. 77, lOiWA. M.
JOS. 8. RICE, Agont.
A. S. PRICE,
STANFORD, - KENTUCKY.
Ofloe over McRoberts' Drug Store In
the Owsley Building.
,-Mncoln Lodge No. SO H.A A.M. will meet
Jn stilted communication on eiich lint nnd
third Monday nights of encli month, at lit)
b'ciock in uieir nixu on main sirveei, ninn
fonl.Kjr. Members of sister lodges n re frn
tcrnntly Invited to bo present. T. V. l'en
Fall .and iWinten, Stock.
Hare your mensuro tnkeirbrTtnllor of x
perlenoe. Then your clothes, w hethern low
prlc business suit or the linen evening
clothes, will have thnt Individuality and lit
which plainly Indicate they were made to
yonr measure. I will also take your mens
are for extra trousers, fancy est, top
coats' and overcoats. Knll and winter
samples on band ready for your Inspection.
CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! , f
1 can furnish the public with the best, as
well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of
all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short
aotlce. Also make a specialty of wreaths
Jor for funeral purposes.
In connection with the above, I have all
kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable
OIIKIBTMAN (1KKRN HOUHEH.
tnsum .Tobacco and Tobacco
Nothing But Insurance.
Jesse D. Wearen,
The Insurance Man,
Residence I'hone 8S; Office, SS.
Insure with me and be fully
"We are In position to do all kinds of con-
arreting, such as mock Work, Pavements
and. in fact, we can make nny thing from r
house down to a fence post. We can serve
you promptly and guarantee first-class
work and material. Call and get our prices
wiwo juu uuy uur lunbenui ut jeasi.
Ndiioney m fisli,
Insurance and Real
All kinds of INSURANCE on all
kinds of property. Only the larg
est companies represented.
k -x Rateajts low as can be
Stanford, Ky., Phone 200.
EJfUndertacera and Embalm
an. Also Dealers in Fur-
will exchange Furniture for
mil fcnds of Block. Give
Them a Call. Prices Right.
STANFORD. - KENTUCKY.
J. C. McCIary,
tealer In.Harness. Saddlery,
STANFORD, - KY-
Flty Rood owes for salo. W. E.
B. D. Carter bought of Walter War
ren a lot of corn at $3 10 at tho crib.
At a meeting of Bourbon county wool
growers tho wool clip from 1,000 sheep
Senator R. L. Hubblc'a good horse,
T. M. Green, won a $500 purse at Tam
pa, Fla., a few days ago.
11. S. Scuddcr sold to Holland, of
Springfield, Mo., his 5-year-old stallion,
Chester Pcavlne, for $1,800.
J. D. Shoro & Co. sold to B. D.
Iloltzclaw a pair of mules for $500 and
ti J. O. Bogle a pair for $450.
Fort Sale. Two coming two-year-old
mules and two coming three-year-olds.
Josiah Anderson, Stanford, R.
F. D. No. 4.
James N. Cash raised 105,000 pounds
of tobacco. Ho sold a portion of It at
Danville and the balance here. It av
craged him about 14c.
Dr. J. H. Grady sold his saddle horse
to A. W. Pedigo for $200. C. R,
Hoysesold A. W. Pedigo a pair of
mules, for $390. Adair News.
John L. Helm & Son have sold to
Sam Bell, of Glcndale, 03 export cattle
at 5J c. The cattle will average 1,400
pjunds. Elizabethtown dispatch.
Tho directors of tho Kentucky Rac
Iig Association have decided to ask the
Stato Racing Commission for April 30
to May 7 inclusive for 'dates for their
The Census Bureau reports the num
ber of bales of cotton ginned from the
growth of 1909 to January 1C, 1910, was
9,792.990 bales, as compared with 12,
GG6.209 bales for the year 1903.
There came to my place about Dec.
15 a boar hog. Not marked except his
tall its cut close. Owner can get him
by paying 50c for this notice and his
keep. D. Broughton, Crab Orchard.
I have an eight-year-old wagon team
for sale. Also a five-year-old wagon
horse for sale; or I will trade him for a
good driving horse. This horse will
weigh about 1,100 ami a good one B.
The Colored Fair Association, of Lex
ington, is, from reports, in greater de
mand than Standard Oil stock, as three
shares of $10 each, when placed under
the hammer of the Master Commis
sioner, brought $245. AS each of the
shares brought $81.60, it is slightly bet
ter than 800 per cent, which is about
Bakcain. 354 acres of good land, of
which 100 acrea is bottom land, eight
room dwelling, two good stock barns,
new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house,
buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two
good cisterns, the whole farm being
well watered, well fenced and lays
well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200
acres with Improvements, to suit pur
chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine
bottom land as there is in the county.
This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes,
Stanford, Ky. '
Reb Goddard, of Harrodsburg, own
er of the great harness stallion. Red
Leaf, told us at Lancaster Monday
that he had decided to sell the grand
old fellow at the sales in Lexington in
February. This will be a good chance
for some Lincoln county man to make
money. Red Leaf has sired a number
of fine colts In this county and for years
has had a liberal patronage. He sired
Ben Hur, one of the greatest trotters
the world ever produced, and also is
the a ire. of five pairs of geldings and
mares that brought $12,000.
Editor E. B. Smith, of the Richmond
Pantagraph, was married a few days
ago to Miss Hattie Doty, formerly of
Clarence Coons, aged 19, and Miss
Ethel Alfray, 17, both-of Mt. Sterling,
who tried and failed to get a license in
Ironton, O., after eloping, were for
given when they returned home, and
Mr. Walter N. Fowle and Mrs. Lula
Allen Cormney were married at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Allen at 7:30 Wednesday
evening. It was a very quiet affair,
none but the immediate members of the
families being present. Rev. J. J.
Dickey, said the ceremony, which was
most impressive. After the wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Fowle drove to his home,
Rose Cottage, near Rowland, and are
there now to their many friends. The
groom is a splendid business man and a
fine gentleman. He stands high as a
citizen and is an officer in the Chris
tian church. For a number of years
he has successfully conducted a coal
business at his town. His bride is one
of Stanford's best youug women, and
is loved most by those who know her
beautiful character best. Shu Is an
only daughter and is almoit worshipped
by her fond parents. We congratulate
Mr. Fowle on winning her aiiJ wish for
him and his a safe, long and happy
journey over me a pamway.
Work 24 Hours a Day.
The busiest little things ever made
aro Dr. Kind's Now Life I'llls, Every
pill is a sugar-coated globule of healtb
that changes woakness into strength!
languor Into energy, brain-fag into
mental power; curing Constipation,
Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malarial
2oo at Penny's Drug store,
Capt. Francis Hall, a veteran of the
Mexican wr, u dead at tvli.
The Presbyterian church, at Burn-
sido was slightly damaged by fire.
Rev. B. F. Swindler, of Kccne, Jes
samine county, has accepted n call to
tho Baptist Church at Sharpsburg.
Rev. W. J. Levi has closed a great
meeting at Tramblo Creek church,
Green county. There wcro 75 convcr-
tions and 50 accepted Into the church.
A meeting held at Hawk Creek re
cently by Rev. F. M. Jones resulted In
16 additions to tho Baptist church. The
meeting held at Pleasant Point church
near Elvira, conducted by Revs. Geo.
W. Clark, of Paris, W. T. Bryant and
others, resulted in 33 additions to tho
Baptist church. Thirty-two were bap
tiscd last Friday. London Democrat.
Tho ilethodist church, which has
been closed for some time for repairs,
was reopened last Sunday. Tho work
was directed by a judicious committee,
assisted by the pastor and his wife, nnd
the results are very satisfactory to both
the congregation and the general pub
lic The house has been decorated, all
tho furnlturo and woodwork varnished,
and a new carpet put down, bo that tho
interior has the appearance of a new
building. Tho roof and exterior havo
been painted, also. Mr. J. J. Bcldcn
executed tho work In a most satisfacto
ry manner. The parsonage likewise has
received marked, attention; two coats
of paint on the outside, two rooms pa
pered, new grates, the library floor
grained and the woodwork painted and
material on the ground for u new roof.
The congregation is to be congratulat
ed on its success.
The union anniversary services held
at the Presbyterian church of the
birth of the babe born in a manger
in Bethlehem in the days of Herod
tho King, over 1900 years ago, were
the most interesting, because of the
beautiful and appropriate songs, the
instructive addresses and the notably
close attention of the congregation
that filled the building, that the
writer has ever attended. Rev.
Homer Carpenter, alwaya eloquent and
graceful he is really a pulpit orator
told about an old church in England In
which there is a wooden statue of Je
sus Christ, with the hand axtended and
nail-prints in it, through which the
members let fall the contributions for
the support of the gospel. The illus
tration was beautiful, related in his in
teresting way. The several solos by
ladies, each having words in some way
referring to the birth and crucifixion of
the God-man, were inspiring to every
attentive ear. Shelbyvillo Sentinel.
B. D. CARTER,
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Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's
Cbc Lincoln County national Bank
Of Stanford, Kentucky.
S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT- W.'.M. BRIGHT, CASHIER,
J. B. PAXTON, VICE-PRESIDENT J- W- ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH
H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER
HVYS FOSTER. CLERK.
J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Sun ford
John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran
kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor,
Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W.
H. Cummins, Preachereville; Lilburn
Gooch, Gilberts Creek.
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ORGANIZED IN 1882.
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.
SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000.
HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500
Combines AbsoluteSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety
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I. S. Hocker, President;
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John J.McKobertJ, Cashier;
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W.W. Saunders, llookkeeper.
K. Reid, ), II. Baughman,
M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus.
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W. O O'Bannon ). S. Hocker,
C. K. Tata.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
Machine Needles, J Shut
tles and Bands
L. L- SAUNDERS, Crab Orchard.
' . Cravanettes.
820 00 Crnvancttw 8l!2 OS
18 00 " 11 18
15 00 ,J 0 48
1.1 00 " 8 48
12 00 " 7 08
820 Overcoat 810 00
18 " OS
15 ' - 7 78
12 50 ' (1 08
10 " '0 -IS
8 50 " , . 5 78
0 00 " .'I 08
5 00 " : 18
A 00 " 2 08
;i 00 ' . - 28
2 50 " 1 70
Men's Suits of Best Make.
825 00 Men's Suits 81(5 08
22 50 " 1G 18
20 00 " 12 18
18 00 11 03
15 00 " 8 18
13 50 " 7 08
12 50 " 7 -18
10 00 ' - 0 48
0 00 " 5 -18
8 00 " 4 08
7 60 " 4 58
0 00 ' i 08
5 00 " 2 03
Straight and Knickcrlmckcr Pants.
88 00 UoyV SuiU 85 48
7 48 " 4 08
0 50 " 4 48
5 00 " :i 48
1 00 " 2 78
.'I 00 " ' 2 28
2 50 ' 1 48
2 00 " . 08
Hats. Largest Stock in Town.
84 00 John R. Stetson Hats ' 82 08
11 50 " 2 78
:t 00 Hats 2 28
2 50 " 1 08
2 00 " 1 48
1 50 " 08
1 00 " 78
Men's Cashmere and Worsted
$5 00 " " 3 01
4 00 " " 3 28
3 50 i fi8
3 00 ' ii 2 10
2 50 " " 1 08
2 00 " 1 48
1 50 " " OK
BOYS' PANTS. Straight and Knickerlocker, 1 c to 8l703T
HEAVY FLEECED UNDERWEAR. 50c iua(ity 38c.
25c quality 10c.
All Shoes Go Below Cost.
Patent, Vici, Velem and Gun Metal. 85 shoes at 8'3.38.
4.00 Shoes at 320. 3.50 ahees at 2.78. 3.00 ehocu at 2.28.
2.50 shoes at 1.08. 2.00 ghoen at 1.08. 1.50 shoes at 1.10.
The "Ball Band" Felts
4 00 Felts
3 60 "
3 00 "
2 50 "
2 25 Iluobera-,'Hall Band
Saturday, Ian. 15 Thirty Days Days.
Next Door to Lincoln C'junty National Hank,
A'w.KB.siCitssssV A l
The Wintry Blasts
And tho Kain "and Snow Fall, but
your stock will keep warm in
Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards
Plenty of Covered Pens and Feoi
and Water. Best market iu tho State. So bring them on. Court Day,
Second Monday. 1. M. Bkuck, Assistant.
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