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MO; 104; HUSTONVILLE. 1 a it I " Tho volcano of Collmsjis activo again. Remember tho date of what Is to be At White's Mill tho recent flood was After a long Mines Elijah R. Gooch, Tho South Carolina Senate voted tho biggest fair ever held here tho aged 23 years, piwod over tho river over half a mile wide and had the homo week following Stanford. Saturday, Feb. C, to rest under tho of Charles Ootcn surrrounded nearly all against Statewide prohibition 30 to 9. o day. Burglars dynamited tho safo of tho At the home of the brido's parents, trcca, ah ado of of tho ono milo south of Hustonvillc, on Feb, A wedding here soon will como as Magnolia Browing Company at Beauthe atlll waters In the land of tho 25, Wm. H. Reynolds was married to redeemed. The dark angel of death quita a surpriso to many. The pros- mont, Tex., escaping with $2,000. W. II. Tilford, ono of tho Standard Miss Georgia Cravens. Rev. W. S. has plucked another flower and trans, pective bride is both handsomo and talOil Co., died nt his home In Now York. Wi Ills officiated. plantod It In tho Garden of Life and ented. J. II. Reid was detained at home this Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress wcro In Ho was n nativo of Lexington, Ky. Light above. Weep not mother, fath.Berry Turner, a prominent .country week on account of the serious illness er and brothera for God hath given him Rockcastle, at tho bedside of her mothlife eternal and ho now walks tho gold er, Mrs. J. J, Smith, who Is quite ill. politician, is on trial nt Jackson charg- of his wife. Mrs. G. Spears, who has been ill for some time with a complicapaved streets of tho New Jerusalem. Mrs. Ona Naylor visited Mrs. George ed with the murder of Henry Baker. Thero are now 1,447 convicts In the tion of diseases, Is better. Ho was n devout member of tho Chris-tia- n Naylor. D, F Thompion and wlfo McCormack, Myers & Vaughan ship Frankfort penitentiary, tho largest church. Sunday afternoon at 2 havo moved to Bnylo. I'rcachcrsvlllo did not have any mail number In the history of tho Institu- ped to Cincinnati a car of hogs bought o'clock Elds. J. G. Livingston nnd F at 5 to Clc, one cur of butcher cattlfe at on ac tion. M. Tinder preached tho funeral sormon communication last Wcdncskay at Goshen church, after which all that count of high water. Dix river went T. S. Anderson, the aged Owcnsboro 3to3c James Yowell sold to a local cattle at 5.35. was mortal of him was laid to rest In on n rampage, rising moro than 10 feet banker, found guilty of false swearing, buyer CO small-poin tho Owensboro Tho "dry wave" that for, months so the Goshen cemetery. May God throw In four hours, higher than for 1G years. Is ill with completely encompassed our State, was I his everlasting arms around tho dis Lots of hemp, fodder and fencing wero Jail. Local option elections wcro held Wed swept away by a Jupiter Pluvius tidal tressed and help them In their dark swept away. Tho high water caused John Hell and family to leavo home nnd nesday in Jay and Sullivan counties, wave last.week doing much damage in hour of trouble Live stock , Ind , both going "dry" by largo ma- this and Casey counties. spend tho night with his brother-in-law- , Faded and gone is our dear one, bridges and fences wero easy victims John It. Anderson. Not thinking the jorities. Many a tear have wo shed. Judgo William Carroll, one of tho to tho highest water marks in 25 years. water would get any higher, Mr. 111 Dark is tho home that was once ao Big South Fork in Casey county was did not move out his household furni- best known lawyers and jurists in Kenbright, ture and as a conscquenco had every tucky, died of pneumonia at his homo higher last week than over known' beFor cur dear Elijah is dead. fore. Many families along the valley at New Castle. thing badly damaged. de In tho silent city Elijah sleeps to night, President Taft has announced tho se had to be removed from their homes by Religious matters here aro on the His genllo heart has forgot to beat; neighbors on the hills. No lives Wo used to havo lection of Beckman Wlnthrop to bo As their wane, seemingly. Hushed oro tho steps of his gcntlo feet, two Sunday schools, two prayer meet slstant Secretary of tho Navy, and his wero lost, but swimming and I wading Ifis whlto hands folded o'er pulseless wero much in vogue along thoj river ings and services at the M. E. church acceptance thereof. brenst, E J. (Lucky) Baldwin died at his bottoms. onco per month and at the Baptist The busy hands that would know no Rev. W. H. Jones hai been called by church twlco per month. Thus wo home on the Baldwin ranch near Los rest; were suro of church services on thrco Angeles after an illness of several the Baptist church here. He has not Closed aro the eyes with their loving accepted yet but will preach'noxt .SunSundays In the month, while tho other weeks. Ho was 81 years old. light, A bill was passed by the House day morning nnd evening. Morning Sundays wero nearly always taken by Under the starlight 'Elijah sleeps toan itinerant. Wo nearly always had awardlhK K!d medals to Orville and subject: "The Lord's Prayer;" 7r. u.: night. ns many as 11 sermons per month, and Wilbur Wright in appreciation of their "After Death What?" He is nn able and attractive speaker and It is hoped In tho perfect rest that knows no pain, somotimes more. In tho past year wo achievements in aerial navigation. In a freight wreck at Pilot Mountain, he will be engaged. No trembling heart nor throbbing brain; find that there havo been only 40 sermons Our clever fellow townsman, Col. "Smoothed Is tho hair on tho calm pure delivered at the two churches, not a sin- near Oakdale, Tenn., 18 cars loaded brow, gle prayer meeting and practically no with merchandise wero destroyed. Sev George D. Weatherford, whoso heart Is Tho silent lips cannot greet you now; Sunday school. We are not as wo used eral hours were required clearing tho in the right place, having bought the drug stock of Wells & Co., Danville, Loving and gentle tender and true, to be, a place "preached to death," but wreck. Albert Dick, of Laporte, Ind., and will make that city his future home. Elijah has passed away from mortal our good pcoplo aro suffering a spiritual '. view. famine. Shall our littlo town bo wrap Elward Hcbenstrcit, of Lockland, O., Boyd Weatherford, the accomplished ped in wickedness and steeped in iniqui- were instantly killed near Cincinnati by prcscriptlonist, willhave charge of ;tho The perfect spirit now walks In light, Under tho starlight Elijah sleeps to- - ty and our eyes closed in sluggard's a passenger train colliding with their business, which insures its correct and faithful performance. Our los3 is Dan night. slumber, while it is gliding down to the automobile. "Lucky" Baldwin's cstato is worth ville's gain. May success attend his His work Is done, Elijah will come no broad way? Up and be doing! $30,000,000 according to a statement by efforts. mere his manager, A. II. Unruh. This is tho The Hustonville Literary and Musical CRAB ORCHARD. With wclcomo smiles to tho dpen door. largest cstrto ever probated in South Club was organized at tho Christian your aehlng hearts or tears Not for Mr, Saunders has opened, a splendid ern California. church Friday evening. A. K. McClure Can Elijah como again In tho passing lino All tho members of the Roosevelt was elected temporary chairman and of merchandise in tho fatem build years, ing. Cabinet Wednesday submitted their Wm. W. Peavyhouso was made secreFor his gentle form with Its nameless Rev. Brummett, of Williamsburg, resignations to tho president to take tary. After tho reading of the consti grace, preached at the Baptist church Satur- effect at noon yesterday. This is in ac tution and by Rev. W. S. WilTho loving heart and the angel face, day and Sundsy. cordance with tho custom nt the end of lis they wero approved and 27 names Is resting so quiet, so cold and whlto, The election of permanent Miss Nell Newland, of Cedar Creek, an administration. subscribed. Under tho star light Elijah sleeps to- gavo a delightful social to her young In tho district court at Guthrie, Okla., officers resulted aa follows: W. W. night. Judge Strang decided that tho writ of Peavyhouse, president; Owsley Floyd, fritnds Saturday night, K. F. A. Tho deaf and dumb daughter of Geo. search and seizure in the MacRcynolds- - vice president; King Carpenter, secre I'arrish died this week near Ottcnheim. Haskell case was issued without suffi tary; Denver Neal, Z treasurer; A. K. GET ABOARD. She was educated at tho Deaf Institute cient fact and ordered the papers re- - McClure, teacher; Editors, Misses Lora Bohon, Melle Hopper, Lucy Alcorn. tarned to MacReynolds. "All aboard for the Ilradley special." in Danville. It is going to bo a veritable palace on Wheat is looking well and thero is The $5,000 libel suit of Judge Dixon Ushers, Francis Weatherford, Thomas wheels, with Editor Henry Waltcrson lots of it. The farmers of this locality, against II. C. Chappell, editor of the Bach. All members and persons de-- l and his little man Friday, who boasts will glut the market this year if all Thousandsticks, was dismissed in the siring membership will (meet in the! Lcslio Circuit Court on demurrer. Tho Graded School chapel Friday evening, that ho put tho rollers under Beckham, plant tobacco who say they will. is opinion of tho court was that the words March G, at 7:15. Mrs. S. W. Fife, or Cincinnati, as guests of state, and honor. As serI vants to this royal pair will doubtless with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. died in tho article wcro not actionable, jtaHLHIHl'l BlsaHHIIH' In the proper place in The DemoAfter deliberating moro than CO hours is assisting Chadwick. Wallaco Cover go Wheeler Campbell, Charlton, crat today will bo found the official Llllard and others as dcap almost Cashier Bailey in the bank while Miss tho jury in tho caso of Councilmcn announcement of the Hon J. Sam Klein, Wasson and Brand, of Pittsburg, in political shame as they. Poor old Ophelia Lackey is enjoying u rest. returned a verdict finding them guilty Owsley, Jr., as a candidate for Circuit Mr. Peters sold the Ward Moore prop Mueller is too nick to go and may novor of graft. W. W. Ramsey, tho former Judge of this, the Thirteenth Judicial have another chance, to betray a con- erty to n man named Cochran for siBsisisiHu sisHsiisisisish banker, was found not guilty on in- district, subject to the action of tho and bought tho Shunta farm for stituency. These servants and lackey Democratic party. His announcement structions from the court. mules He sold four boys to tho royal pair will doubtless does not come as a surprise for it has leave no want for their masters unap to John Cress for $503 und bought of been known for many months that Mr. samo party a combined marc for 1200. simple Remedy For La Grippe. plied, besides shining their shoes nnd Owsley would be a candidate for cirLa grippe coughs tiro dangerous an The hotels are doing a thriving busbrushing thrir hats and clothes. cuit judge, but for reasons best known Ilk Republicans, will bo un- iness. An old resident remarked to us thoy frequently develop Into pneusiMfylPfcE-icSSfiBn- u t sMBarwdicmmA if ..'cUfsWI Foley's Honey und Tnr not ti himself has refrained fromjannounc-in- ; grateful If they fail to tako tho whole, that "Crab Orchard on Saturdays has monia, '' officially until tho present time in shooting matci along and pay their tho appearance of Market street in our only stops tho cough but heals and fils county. He was in Harrodsburg Hero is the placoto lo strengthens tho lungs so that no serievery expense I3ut for them thero metropolis," yesterday looking after his fences and o would be no Bradley special. They cato to get among tho best und most ous results need be feared. Tho Foley's Honey und Tar contains was a pleasant caller at The Democrat should also bo exhibited to the crowned hospitable people on earth. no harmful drugs and is In a yellow office. Ho said ho was much pleased heads lit Washington as tho greatest at tho encouragement and assurances Stato-mon- t. package. Refuse substitutes. New and meanest conglomeration of political A Rollglous Author's of support received hero and elsewhero Stanford Drug Co s over and traitors bolters, in tho district and felt confident of sucshown in captivity, and bo held up to Iter. Joseph 11. Fespcrson, Salis- Put your hammer in tho locker, cess. Mr. Owsley has served the 13th tho scorn of all who bollevo that oven bury, N C, who Is tho author of sevdistrict twice as Commonwealth's at llido the sounding board likewise ! peanut politicians ought to havo some eral books, writes: "For ieveral Any man can be a knocker, torney and made anableofficlal, against littlo honor at least. years 1 was utlllctod with kldiioy trouwhom no word of reproach was ever Anyone can criticise. All aboard for the Bradley special, if blo und last winter 1 was suddenly Cultivate a manner winning, heard. Ho is at present the efficient you want to havo tho tlmo of your life strlckcu with u sovero pain In my kidThough it hurts your face to smile, and popular county judgo of Lincoln. Ring Master Thatcher will seo that all neys and was oonllncd to bed eight And seems awkward in beginning, Mr. Owsley is very popular all over tho the animals aro properly cared for, days unablo to get up without assisBo a booster for awhile. district and is sure to have very strong ELECTRIC RANGES The Uauge to buy; a full saver; u moiuy maker Watch for it; wait for It; don't miss it. tance. I commenced taking Foley's following. Judgo M. C. Saufley is the tho bcstbakcr. AJarge liuo of select from nnd we will appreciate u call. Statu Journal. Frankfort. CHURCH MATTERS. Kidney ltemcdy, and tho pain gradualonly other candidate in the raco so far. ly abated and linully ceased. I cheerHarrodsburg Democrat. A new $18,000 Methodist church will Big Pond. Near Death In fully recommend Foley's Kldnsty Rembe erected at Glasgow. It was u thrilling oxporloneo to Mrs. edy." Now Stanford Drug Co. MATRIMONIAL. Dr. It A. Torrey, tho great evangea IdaSoiwrtofaco death. "Sir, could you give mo a littlo as- list and his corps of assistants, will Dean Smith and Miss Cynthia A. severe lung troublo gavo mo lutcnso , Ajfeitfc i si in Bcrca on March 9, for a series Leach wero made one at Rev, J. M. suffering," sho wrltos, "und several sistance?" said tho weary wayfarer. "I nearly caused my death. All don't know where my next nieul Is com- of revival meetings lasting five days. Cook's by that gentleman yesterday. times J. A. Engleman, telegraph operator remedies failed and doctors said I was ing from." Foloy 's Honey and Tur cures coughs, "Neither do I," replied tho prosperous-loat Kingsvllle, and Miss Maude Hag Incurable Then Dr. King's Now individual, "My cook left quickly, strengthens tho lungs und ex- gard, the charming young daughter of brought quick relief inula euro oking tho genuine in a yelthis morning, too." Philadelphia Rec pels colds Get W. G. Haggard, of that section, were so permanent that I liuvo not been Now Stanford Drug Co. low package joined heart and hand hero Tuesday by troubled In twolvo years." Mrs. Sopcr ord. Now Deputy U. S. Marshal George C. Judge J. S. Owsley. They paid this lives In lilg I'ond, Pa. It works wonDon't drug tho Stomach, or stimuoffice a call just after the knot had ders In Coughs and Colds, Spro Lungs, late the Heart or Kidneys. That Is Thompson and posso spent a week in been tied and begun married life right -- VIAHemorrhages, La Grippe, Asthma, wrong. It Is tho weak uervvs that aro the section around Stearns looking for oy talcing tno i. J. Croup, Whooping Cough and all crying out for help. Vitalize thoso Berry Simpson, who caused the troublo "My three year old boy was badly Hronohlal affections. oOo and tl. vtouk Inside controlling nerves with with U. S, Marshals Christmas day, constipated, hud a high fever and was Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Dr. hoop's Restorative, and seo how but failed to locate him. In an awful condition. I gave him 1'cnny'nDrug Store. quickly good health will como to you Pains of women, head pains, or any two doses of Foley's Orlno Laxative i 1908 Now York had agiilu. Test It und ieu I Sold by PenIn 20 minutes suro, with and tho next morning the fever was pain stopped At the close of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo gono and he was cntlroly well. Fospent 150,000,000 in constructing sub- ny's Drugstore m Tickets Getsl Ratvralarf Uatll Hay 91st, 1W m full formula on 25u, Uox. Sold by ley's Orlno Laxative saved his life." ways, and an additional $100,000,000 By a vote of 47 to 35 tho Senate re (or rtttt o folder, L C. KING, CF.iL, 101 K. Mala St. LexUtfUn. ky. Writ will be spent to complete the system. fused to put, a statehood rider on the Penny's Drug Store A. Wolkush, Caslmer, Wis. New . A. J. Thompson sold to Phil Thomp Stanford Drug Co. aged 70, for 42 years, a House resolution looking to tno prevenDan Cobmh, braksmaa m the Butler accommodation tion of dfeerbaiBatlo against American son 160 acres or land in the Preachers The Gait House at Lawrenceburg Jews raveUiHr ' Russia. vllle section for $0,000. burned, entailing a total loss. tram, l deed at Falmouth. over-vern- ' 1,053-poun- x Talior-Ma- CloiMng. You will find500 samples on our counters, from which you can make a selection for a Tailor-Mad- e vSuit. We have the lateststyles and patterns. Satisfaction guaranteed. No fit; no sale. Cummins & Wearen, by-la- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. sasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasV Mc-Nu- $1,-1- $3,-00- 0. I r BflBanAYOvlssll gen-uin- sell-out- "Forors GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. T- -H ar-rl- Dls-cove- GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets on Sale To Many Points South and Southiast QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE i . Vfc .JXA.. ,& .U "M4 tJl"- I E-fc 1 ' ; By a vote of 26 to 23 th Indiana bill n Senato killed the for thej-epea- l of the county option law C C. WALTON by striking out the enacting clause a victory The death of the bill sound CHARLES A. HARDIN, for temperance advocates. The fight of Mercer county, la n candidate for Com on the measure has engaged the Indiana Monwealth. Attorner of this, the 18th lu dlclal district, subject to the notion of the Legislature during Its entiro session. democratic party. Tho House passed the now Sunday OWSLEY, JR., . JOHN 8AMcircuit juukc iiialt.!. !..in baseball bill after a heated Biblical 1ft I .,! .lur hub, iin innuiuiiir 1.1th The Interior Journal. Prpctor-Tomllnso- Duller Alfalfa, hog. and cattle preparation fet Hendfor list of Improved farm.. Address, Instantly J. K. WF.HT, Augusta, Kas. eatemal use. Stopa Itching and destroys the germs that cause skin oulekly jrlsMs and Kcsema disease TIM vvvM wtlwQ StnnfJf Iwrnj permanently cared by this remarkable All Drofglets. Writs for sammedicine. North Ijincattrr Street, ple. K. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louie, Mo. Stanford, Kentucky. Penny Drug Store. ZRMO, a Eczema is Curable acltntMIc Crew If You Want To come to Corn. Co. M for ante The Somerset Journal, growing bet- nt Having .old myfnrm, I will offerHighland the Tim Hutchison place near M. C. 8AUFLEY ter all tho time, celebrated Its 10th I on FRIDAY, MAKOIMf.HOn, Ii n candidate for circuit Judge of tbli, the birthday last issue. May it live to bo a nt 10 A. m.. the follow Ins described nronertvt uiin jumcini nmrics,.UDjeci to ine ncuou two-- 1 I 3 good work mares, a milk cow. new centenarian. of the Democratic party. hor.t wagon, farming tools, lot of corn and fodd)r, household and kltch.n furniture, THE Negro, Crum, has resigned as r..ie. organ, lot of canned fruit, a) or ft" collector of the port at Charleston, S. pounds oftoImcon nnd other things too numerous mention. C. Wonder what Taft promised him 7 Term mm! hnnun nn ilfir nf tnln. J.A. IIOl.lAH, 1'. O. Wny nesburg, It. F. II. No. I. KorHtatoHonator, POLITICAL. R. L, HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. The Missouri House passed tho coun- When ty option bill by n voto of 75 to 46. For Itepresentntlvc, The lower house of the Arkansas Leg- Mare your measure tnken by n tailor of exW. H. SHANKS perience. Then j our clothes, whether n low islature passed the. Gann State-wid- e price business suit or the finest evening For County Judge, prohibition bill by a voto of 53 to 27. rlothes, will hnve that Individuality nnd lit JAMES P. BAILEY which plainly Indicate they were made to Myron T. Herrick, of Ohio, for busiour measure. I wlllnlso tako your measFor.Oonnty Attorney, ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top ness reasons has declined an ambassa coat, nnd overcoats. Full nnd Winter samV. S. BURCH dorship at tho hands of President Taft. ple, on hnnd rendy for your Inspection. For Circuit Clerk, U. U. RU I'LK Y, The Tailor, The Appalachian bill was passed by Stanford, Ky. J, D. SWOPE the House by a close vote and a Forest For Hherirr, Reserve Commission was thereby creI W. L. McCARTY ated. Representative Ovcrstrect, of Indi For County Court Cleric, ana, has declined tho omce or. beconu GEORGE B. COOPER The safest, surest nnd most adequate safeAssistant Postmaster General, which guard for tho futuro Is n .policy In For Jailer, he was offered by Judge Taft. DINK FARMER The Mutual Benefit Life The sundry civil bill appropriating Foir Assesor, Insurance Co. $139,000,000, and the military academy 40HNCPEPPLES bill carrying an appropriation of It I. conspicuous for economical manage ment, liberality of It. policy contracts, fair For Superintendent of Schools, were passed by the Senate. dealing with Its members and large returns GARLAND SINGLETON The democrats in the Wisconsin Leg- to policy holder.. The company Is Just entering tho For Coroner, islature broko a quorum in order to pro-veSIXTY GEORGE P. BRIGHT possible election of Senator of n successful FOURTH YEAR the business career with more Stephenson on the 20th joint ballot of policy holder. In Lincoln county than For Magistrate Htnnford District, nil other companies combined. Write for the session. JAMES McKECHNIE particular., stating age nnd whether marto The "credentials" of Senator Steph- ried or single M. NKWI.ANII. Hpeclnl Agt. It. Htnnford District, For Constable Myers House Flats, Htnnford. enson, of Wisconsin, were laid before I. M. BRUCE James I, White, tho Senate by Senator Nelson, of MinSolicitor for Hockcnstle Co. For Mngtstrate Grab Orchnrd District, nesota, and were ordered to be printed J. VARD MOORE Mill, Elivator, Rtslriinc. and and to lie on the table. For Magistrate HustonvllMDIstrlct, The House by a vote of 172 to 175 re' Land For Salt! J. K HELM, SR, jected the ship subsidy bill. The vote For Constable Hustonrllle District, was taken after an extended and acriL. E. TRUE monious debate which brought out one This mill property, known nsthe Holler Mills, Is n thoroughly of the largest crowds of the session. equipped plant with n capacity of SI barrels For Mnglstrnfe Wnynesburg Dl.trlct, district. suhlrct to the action of the Democratic part)'. PUBLIC SALE I For Treatment of Disease, of the Kye, Nose, Hectnl OrThroat, Kar, gans, Nen out System nnd Hurgery. (lenlto-Urlnar- MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodgo No.no. F. A A. M.wlll meet In stated communication on each nrst anil third Monday night, of each month, nt TiSi oxiock in iiieir nan on iaiu street, Metnliersof sister lodge, nre fraternally Invited to lie present, tl, I Fenny, W.M..T. W lVnnlngton.Heo. mnn-fonl.K- Democratic Ticket. 1 The Boys' Chance. Just to keep things a little lively for a few special things in more weeks, we are going to put on sale some NatlMPtultryRalMrat Now Is the time n( year to feed your fowls n good tonic, cure. Cholera, (lanes, Itoup, canker nnd l.lmlierneck.when fed as Ordering Clothes a preventlelt not only keeps themhenlthy but make, them lay. Price cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist, (leo. I Penny, try It under the guarantee, Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry. Boys' Clothing at a rediculously low price. 50 pairs of boys' knee pants at 25 cents; f 50-ce- nt B. D. CARTER, Now Liver" Safeguard the Future Dopot Street, Phone 00, nt knee pants at 35 cents, and a few pair of $1 and $1.50 one at CONCRETING cents, $2.50 suits at 1.50,the $3 Suits are 75 reduced to $1.90, a fine lot of $3.50 and $4 We are In position to do all kinds of creting, such as IlliH'k Work, Pavement, suits at $2.50 each, a few $5 ones left at and. In fact, we can make any thing from house down ton fence post. We can cr you promptly nnd guarantee as. work and material. Call and get our prices $3.50, $7.50 ones at $5 and the $10 ones at before you buy ) our material at least. PHILLIPS BROS., $7. The se are plums worth your picking and you better do your picking quick. Stanford, Ky. 75-cent STANFORD, KENTUCKY. of boys' 50 and con- $ firs'- -' Mahony & Rankin, These Prices Must Be Cash. I I. . tl under suspension of the rules, passed the bill amending the copyright laws, designed, among other things, to prevent using mnsioal composition in inSenator Teller, who voluntarily struments without consent of their auretired yesterday, took his seat in the thors. Senate on the admission of Colorado inA CO, 000 monument in memory of to the union in 1876, since which time President James A. Garfield is proposy ho has has been continuously and ed in a bill introduced by Reprcsesta-tiv- e in the public eye. He resigned Langley, of Kentucky. The measfrom the Senate in 1882 (o enter the ure provides that the monument shall Cabinet of President Arthur as Secre bo erected on or near the Middle Creek tary of the "Interior, the battlefield in Floyd county, Kentucky. Senate March 4, 18S5. A republican in A resolution designed as a conces politics, he withdrew from the Repub- sion to the insurgents amendlican National Convention at St. Louis ing the rules so as to provide one day in June, 1696, because of the financial each week for a call of committees plank adopted by the party, which he gave rise to immediate discussion in the has never since approved. He was re- House of Representatives und adoptelected as.an independent silver repub- ed by the narrow margin of six, the lican, and in 1903 was as a vote standing 163 to 162. democrat, with which party he has Seven members of the Senate Combeen affiliated since he withdrew from mittee on Judiciary signed the report the republican convention. His con- declaring that President Roosevelt, spicuous ability as a lawyer and his fa without any authority of law, sanction miliarity with legislation covering a ed the absorption of the Tennessee Coal long series of years have given him an and Iron Company by the United States eminent place in the Senate. Steel Corporation and that the merger was in violation of the Sherman antiThe debt of New York City is the largest in the country, $785,993,128, trust 'law. The democratic filibuster in the Senequal to $177.74 per capita. Boston, Mass., comes next with $104,306,700, ate against the penal code bill was and the per capita is nearly as large, drawn to a close Wednesday by an $170.90. Cincinnati's debt is $124 Of. agreement eliminating from the measper capita, though the total is not as ure the objectionable features authorizmuch as other cities. Of the large ci- ing tho U3u of troops at election places, ties San Trancisco has the smallest and tho measure was passed without debt, $3,865,600, which is only $9.66 per actually changing the law now on the head. In 1908 the total assessed valua- statute books. tion of all taxable property, personal Senator Isaac Stephenson contributed and real, in the city of New York, was $1,000 to the presidential campaign of $7,158,190,400, as against $6,036,185,601 Senator Robert M. La Follette and anfor 10 of the largest cities taken to other $1,000 to pay the expenses of the gether. tho Wisconsin delegates to the Republican National Convention in Chicago. Caleb Powers was to have been one The information was gained from the of the central features at the inaugu- testimony of Mary F. Stringham, priration of President Taft yesterday. It vate secretary to Senator Stephenson, is sickening to see how some of the in her examination by the Wisconsin rada carry on over the head of the con- Legislative Committee, which is delving spiracy that sent Gov. Goebel to his into the details of the expenditures by grave. the various Senatorial primary candiInstead of a county unit law or a dates. State-wid- e prohibition bill, the legisIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. lature of West Virginia gave tho people a high license law, the minimum to H. B. Dillingham, a wealthy Rich be $1,000. This will practically amount mond citizen, Is dead aged, 80. v to prohibition in the smaller towns. Susie Smith, colored, died while at This ia going some: Within 48 hours tending church near Lowell, Garrard a New York pastor married seven cou- county. Horace Woods, of Flat Woods section ples, baptized nino children and officiated at three funerals. Stanford's four of Garrard, has been declared of un preachers would want a week to com- sound mind. Alfred 0. Rice, aged 28, is dead at plete the performance in. tho home of his mother, Mrs. T. O. With 10 counties going dry in a week Meredith, in Metcer, Al Royalty's homo at Yosemito burn and Gov. Marshall vetoing the bill permitting Sunday base ball on Sunday, ed and his wife, threo children and his looks to us like the Hoosier State is on aged father, W. T. Royalty, had nar row escapes, the mend. prom-inentl- JOHN M. CAMDEM ForConitnbleiWnynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH dally, meal nnd Oraham The House, by an overwhelming vote, ol HourThe plantbesidesdally operation, proIs In lour. ducing brands that hmu n reputation not excelled byniiy. The Klevator wn.bullt III 1UI7. hns a capacity of !0,OU bushels nnd Is equipped with the latest Improved ery: the business was established In machinand Is In good favor with it large, l?6aiid sternly nnd prolltablu trade. The residence Is n new two story. 10 room frame with all necessary outhouses, bam buggy.hed, corn-crietc., nil In good repair, on a lot I'M feet front by 57S feet deep, lawn beautifully .haded by large maple. IJ) feet of colonial iiorch around front and side, of house. Urn' of the most comfortable nud desirable homes In Marlon County. Attached to this Is n plot of nbout II Here, of mu very mien doiioiii laud, than whleh there Is none better In the State. The whole property lies together edgeorthu town of llradfonlsvllle. In the Ky.. beautiful village with nood churches nnd school. In thevulley of the t... Itolllng Fork.. 10 Hill).. (Film Fnluinnn ..... ..urn .iinnon County, where the nearestluii annul located, mill Is and where this mill hns n good trade. This mi uimiuiiiuppuriuimy ior n handsome home and n profitable, si ell establish! d business. The w bole proerty will be sold to the highest bidder on the premises, INSURANCE, Fire, Life, i and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. lo-pay Accident H. J. McHOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. fj !.- .. Klght of the leading comiMinles of the world represented. Compete in rate, with nil the companies of the world. Ing record unsurpassed. Never had n law suit in the history of this agency. Iwin promptly paid and without discount. No wiilllngiuuav.foryour money, llefore In urlng,calluu MAHONY 8 RANKIN, New Ledgers. Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. In Fact a Very Complete j gg I Line of Stationery W J WKDNKSDAY, nt Kxecutor. sale. Term, made known on day of sale. For further Information, cnll on or address. T. II. A II. K.Tkkiu'.ne. Executors, Jlradfordsvllle, Ky, MAKUII I0TII. law, The Insurance Men of Stanford, Cough Caution NeTer.potlT.lyneTerpolsonyom'lunft. Ifyoq coiiarr-even Masquerade - Rink AT stupefying poison. It'. Strang, now " thlnn finally Some about. Tor twenty years lir. Snoop has constantly warned people not to take cough mixtures or crescrlctlon. cxx.lalnlni Onlura. 1U1U Chloroform, or similar polsuos. And now late though Congress TS "Put It on the label, If poisons am In your Cough Mlttura." Good I Very foodllllereafterforthliT.rrreuonn) others, andoth.rs. should Insist on bating Dr. Fhoop's Couch Cure. No poison mart, on Dr. Fhoop's labels and none In the medicine, 1se It must vt law be on th. label. And It's not only tale, but II Is said to be by those that know It bust, a truly remarkable cough remedy. Take no chance then, particularly with your children. Insist on harlnc ltr. Snoop'. Couch Cure. Compare carefully th. Dr. Bhoop package with other, and note the difference. Nc poison marks there I You caa always be on tba sal. sld. by demanding lsjshfl, soothe, andeuelha Irritated bronchial tutoe. Dont blindly suppress It with a from a slmDle cold on r you should Generally. I irj PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Cough Cure Highest PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's G3HaEBBBBBBBBEEEEE STORE. jTj Walton's Opera House HENRY Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs 2c. Hens lie. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier -- Journal Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 tolOc. Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Ky. . Ducks lOto I0 Geese 6 to 7c. 2c. i Tonight, Men. 5. .AND. FOR SALE I EICS FOB SALE ! The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR .iorse power boiler and engine and saw Thoroughbred H.U. Urown Leghorn egg., mill for sain. Will sell vltuer or both. from .elected .lock. ItUHHKLL MIIOWN, On ah. KMaaLiN, Ottonlif lin, Ky, Btunford, Ky, I'ostoOlce, Waynvsburir, Ky, ask that you give jus the very best you Then llucklen's Arnica Salvo cured it sound und well." Infallible for Skin have In your shop. Eruptions, Eczema, Saltltheum, Dolls, Teddy ts now an ex. The Doxology Fever Sores, Hums, Scalds, Cuts and is ia order. Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Indiana has passed a stringent cigarIt Saved His Log-- . ette law. Now let tho Hoosiera enforce "AH thought I'd 030 my leg, "writes it and tho State will be saved many a J, A. Swenson, Wis., dwarf and pigmy. "Ten yoars of eczema, that 15 doctors Wis salute you, President Taft, and could not uuio, had at last laid nioup. 1 $5 in Gofd to ONLY $1.50. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. 1 Ucslro tosolt privately my of tiro rerle.nnd llurdwuru. lfolng .lock bust. good !',?'." health, W.'" Water-town- , Best masked Person. few people Id tie United State, bare not l. beard of tbe Democratic la all thing., fair In all thing., clean In all thing., it I. essentially a faiallj paper. Ily a special arrangement we are enabled to of. (er the WEEKLY L ono year and tble paper lor tbe prlco named a bo re. Bend your aubecrlptlon for tbe coo laatloa to us not tc the Oourl.r-Joarn- a Courier-JournaOOUUIKR-OUKNA- Wo .hip best quality Held und uarclun swdsillrt'Ct tofuriuvr. ut lowest wholesale price.. Wo sell clover., irrnssva. nonl mil.. .,u- -i corn, nine siH'd, inllk't, cow pvn.,.oja Iwuns, atoaud tomato slips, onion sets, garden Iwnns. Harden ova: all kinds uardan. nM und flower seeds, land piaster und fertllli. ers. Write u. for price, nnd tumplei, Htnle what you want. NAHKVIUiK HUKIMJO.. 11 Mvcond Ave.. North, KO. 1). Hli ubout IIOHl'KIt, 11 $il,W0. Heusoii-- tll (Stanford, Ky. I FARM FOR SALE Nartyllle, Teas, The farm of KOuores, of good blue grass laud, lylug one mile North of McKluney.on the Htanford ulke. Iiiuirovmnuiit. und .fencing good: plenty Tit water und fruit.' Also 1M acres ol timbered laud one lullo Ka.tof McKlnney t half under fence I plenty of water nud good tobacco land. Hev grow Ugorop. J.A.aiVKNH.Agent, McKlnney, Ky, I .v llw. i 3 Important Notice To ,W Half Cent Off On These. 2Jc grado nt 2c. 3c grado at'2J.c 4c grade at 3jc grndoot fljo 5c grado 2c grmlo at nt'4Jo jc 1 Tobacco Growers. We linvo jtist placed ot sale n late shipment of Tobacco Canvass duced price?, should liavo lccn here 30 days ngo. On account 3c. r. W at re- of tho lnte uliipmcnt wo will clean up this lot at reduced prices. 'T& i SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. Address Box 100, Stanford, Ky. & SON. cleaned. Cook & NEW STANFORD KY. AND RE- - Clothes French Former. ILACKSMITH PAIR SHOP. '? k V A :V Fresh buttermilk and cream dally at I Imve sell nHnnl n tilncksmlth nnd Ronernl 4t. repnlr shop nt my lioim-- . Mm old lollgnte Lutes & Wilkinson.' Rineharfs. M.VHCII 5, 1900 meet on Sunday. Btahfohi), Ky., ricnr t roller skates. iircxrtj' on tlm Hlnnfunl ofpike, pulillo tb n.kn uliiirx For Sale. A lot of Krrr I..... n . ho ppnulno Oliver ntow noints . . I'Al'l, JKMHK, Hustonville, Ky. from Lipps & Pcavyhouse, Hustonvillc, Apply at this office. New assortment of local view post Ky. t Ponnv'n Drue Store. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! For pure garden seeds nnd field sccd.i s n Box Some very special brgaln power port- - call on T. D. Newland, Stanford. For Sale. A n Ask I can ftirnltli Hie pulillc with tho Is limited. " Taper, but the supply i. well nt tint Innlict of cut flower., plant of ablo cngino and boiler. J. R. Powell, to ico them. Penny's Drug Store. The work of tearing down tho court- nil kind, tiul), potted lloncr., on hort Stanford. notice. Also imiko n upeclnlty of rcath house is progressing reasonably well. for for fimnrnl piirK)-- c . t linvo nil In For all kinds of fresh meats phono See our roofing for tobacco barns kind!connection with the nliore, ren.onablo of vegetable on linnd nt prices. is with tho homefolks 178, and havo It sent to your house. J. Fred Gahnett tho best. W. K. Warner, the tinner. HOUHKH. CHItlHTMANdHKK.N m m Kit IllMIIIAIIIl, I'KOH. L. Mccks. at Cave City. Htnnford.Ky. evcrnl ."71 'IT'" is now time for your Spring, sewII. WoNEB has been ill It John ALL aboard for the masquerade rink, ing. Call on Mrs. J. II. Colycr, Logan days, but is out. I Visiting tho this Friday evening. $5 to tho best Avenue. Uiaa MlttllS MaHOSY is masked person. Collier at Crab Orchard. my fnrtn, I will ofler nt pubHaving .old Misses I WILL havo a lot of eggs court day lic outcry on guest Miss MAOC1B Staoq has as her I have 30 bushels of German millet BATUIIOAV, MAKOII 13,!d09, from nuro White Chineso gceso nt W. Miss bora Uohon, of iiusionvwo. seed forsalo;S1.2.rpcr bushel. F. Schnlz II. Higglns store. Let me book your tho follow Inn described property: J'ln or 10 horse., some etrn good ones; sheep, milk Knox county, Icr, Ottenheim, Ky. e Mn. W. F. Lee, of hogs, funning utensils, 1 order. $1 for six. J. Thomas Hack- friends hero. wnk'on, buggy. Krnnler cnrt.number of hle i U'i t ttilnua too numer-olook to see ley, Jr. of bees and ninny other How many times did you spent in montlnn. Halu will bu held nt my Mn. and Miu. W. H. Weaken of Hustonville, what time it was by the court house several days with Lexington relatives. clock yesterday 7 Tho old time piece Hugh Thompson was indicted by the liomc.x'i mile Northwest iieKinning hv.ua, i..uiii. W. Uunr.lN and wife, of Ub W. J. H. 1'wiiitRWfioii, Hustonville, Ky, Casev erand jury for killing his neph greatly missed. are visiting her parents at Crab is ew, Fred Garrison, and the trial is set I Orchard. Judge M. C. Saudey, who Listen If you want to save money for Is the gUCSt MISS ANNA CHANCELLOR on building this year, give me your con- will defend Mr. Thompson, went to LibI will, at hours of 0 o'clock A. of her sister, Mrs. M. K. Pniltt. tract work. Will Stone, contractor nnd erty yesterday to bo ready for tho trial. m. mid 4 lnteen r.the on o'clock x., MIIXI1AY. MARCH "9. 1IU. Uumsido. builder. Phono 81. Richmond, door In Htnn- Mr. O. Perry Huffman has bought Ill front of tho Mks. T. K. Baldwin, of hlrtH- .'.. .nll.l Mrs. W. H. For Sale. Houo and lot on East back the butcher shop he sold to Mr. ett nnd Ivst bidderil.ll...Ml.t.ii. l.n folfor ensh In hand the was with her daughter, n muclins will pny tax. Ky., in Graded Main St , Stanford, Shanks, who is somewhat better. J. L. Mceks a month or so ago nnd low Init property or au IIIMI l..llt.?. Virgin-l- a school district. Call on, or address, S. will move it to tho room on Somerset ,U,, cent, penalty and tlV (.MM.I.b .ill ..iner cost of adcrtlslt)K. Rev. R. U. Maiionv and Miss $IH H3 month s Raines, Stanford, Ky. Carpenter, Jennie nnd I)olo Mahony left Wednesday fora street just vacated by Lutes & WilkinIt. C. public r Htnnford (irnded School. visit to relatives at Sumpter, b. See my handsome lino of Spring bug- son. He asks a share of the Urown, who has Master I'rkscott you patronage, promising at all times tho fever, was gies, harness, etc. Coll while been very 111 with typhoid have a large assortment to select from. tendercst and best meats purchasable. press. doing nicely when we went to Stanford, Ky. will entertain C. T. Pence, Entries to the great horse salo to be MRS. JOHN U. FOSTER Uiblo class and 25 A. nt.ni1nl.tr.itnr nf Jnhn Z. Mnnonnmorp. held at Hustonville March Notes and accounts collected M. Walker and his Rev. 0. I will sell nt public outcry to the derenM-tl- . country home this in the United States, and no by tho Hustonvillo Combination Sale lilKhe.t bidder nt In o'clock a. m . at her beautiful , WKKM-.Hl.AlJ1AI.UH 17, Mny's Col- Co. are coming in rapidly and some of charges unless wo collect. evening. the follow Ing perMinnl property, have ta- lection Agency, Somerset, Ky. the best horses and jacks in tho State Hi bales of Rood hay and other 17fewl stuff, MRS. I'. W. WHirr MR. and calves. 12 iri.ml reil leer. :l red heifers. -. aro being entered. It Is likely that the in S horses mule, 5 ears ken rooms at Dr. W. B. O'U.nnonSquire James A. Dudderar, who entry list will be so great that it will cows, goixt mare con, . gum. old, wmmuunn meals at the i mare, i sorroi They will contlnuo to take sheep, nliout ready to Innib and 7 other made a most creditable raco for assestako three days to make the sale. Cata- sheep; 17 shonts, :1miws, a lot of farming St. Asaph Hotel. Implement-- , and a lot of other thliiKS too and sor, but went down in defeat, says logues will bo out in a week or two. CHAS. LUTES is in llaltimc.ro numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale Simon Well, there nro no sores on him and that he .. . ulw New York this week with Graded and is for tho ticket from start to finish. Mr. Lutes Hosoit Roll Stanford Col. J. P. Chandler, Auc. who is negotiating a deal for High School for the month ending Feb. Rev. K. D. Noakes has been apto buy export cattle In Canada. Lnd will 1009: ! HU8TONVILLE and the West magistrate of tho Crab Orch- 2fi, pointed Mary Anderson, citizen Grade 1 Grace lose an enterprising, ard magisterial district to succeed who Hrackett, Eloise Dcazley, Emily In Col. fieorRO D. Weatherfonl. T. Roberts, who moved to r, Truly Squire J. Frances Corminey, Frank I will sell ot imbllo auction nt my farm, to D&nvillo this week. recently. His commoved on the Hubble section Harvey Embry, George Fleece near Himtonvllle.on the Mt. Hiilem pike, a more generous nor mission came last week but ho did not H.VTUUUAY.MAUOII SO. W. can It be said that ,,as ,efl Lln Fnrris, Joo Grimes, Rebecca Goldstein, fool by good milk cow, i brood mares. In deservedly nopal" qualify until Wednesday. Rev. Noakes is Jonie Hocker, Walker Hubble, Morris llaugliman's Hummer l.or, :m jearllng. coin county in yeara. the first republican to hold ofllco in the Jackson, Daisy Lunsford, Marie Pow- and calves, goo. I pair of hur.e mules, comlhands;2Jennets,thro daughter or ing Miss ANHIE IliioNAUOH, good county of Lincoln in years. years old, I good famll) hone, about ell. Sophie Saunders, Stella Walker, and llo of corn, one tw Crab Orchard, ngon nnd ft i barrels Mr U. H. Bronaugh, of at At a meeting of tho stockholders of Louiso Waters, Lucilo Waters, Sadie horneso.l new mower 1and course nlnus. harness, elo.. bliusv lllld buck- who recently finished . a lroar.1 nnd t sets of buggy harness, about ifl ,.,.. ii.. Cnlli-foLexington, tho Crab Orchard Fair & Racing Asso- Wearer. siicneu luriu- iiousenoiu stenographer ciation held Monday, the association Grado 2 Sarah Traylor, Willie Ran or 7U liens, will Pegin ill nnu A, Msniirp. v:ao Hire, hale been applonte.1 otllcial has Terms made know n on day of sale. Rachel Dill, Vir-eShe has voluntary linuidation and a kin, Annette Wearcn, .1.11 1IKCK, M. !.. of the London circuit court. place and went Into Moore. Tilden Cooper. John It. Mc- rnmmittoo composed of R II. Uronauch, Hustonville. Ky. ntso upensd an office at that Kinnev. J. C. Bailey and J. II. Collier was ap pursue her vocation. will Grade 3 Florenco Dawes, Kathryn pointed to wind up the affairs of the as LOCALS. sociation. A new organization will be Harris. Sylvia Farmer, Frances Embry, formed later when definite plans will Hell Russell, Annie R. Powell, Nancy Monday is county court day. K. McKinney, Patience Calmese, Carry bo made for tho holding of a fair. Anderson, Thelma Young, Richard ArAttend" the masquerade rink The fiscal court cravo Mr. J. R. Pow nold, Clarenco Singleton, Leonard Balell tho superintendency of tho building lard, Hobart Arnold, Bcnnio Goode, ti and the people Hugh It. Foster, Claiborno Wnlton. of wagon and buggy har- ot the new court-housSee my lino may expect tho work well looked after. Brady, John Cash, Grado ness. J. C. McClary. Mr. Powell is c genius In tho CarpenHenley Cash, Anna Craig, Clinton Colemasquerade rink tonight, Friday. ter lino and is well acquainted with ma- man, Joe T. Embry, Houston Gentry, sonry. He is not afraid of work and is Malay Grimes, Nellio W. Hill. Jesse $5 to best masked person. wanTgood meat call on Wil- a hustler with n big "II." The tax- Hocker, Mary Jarvis, Lettio W. McIk you payers' money will not bo squandered Kinney, Ethel Powell, Jean Paxton, 47. kinson & Lutes. Phone as long as Mr. P. has the looking after Adclia Russell, Ella Rigney, Martha will mask affairs. Raney, Hartwell Shanks. Lots of tho young people this, Friday evening, and the Grado 5 Mary Anderson, Maud Arat the rink Dr. J. B. Beck has sold his splendid amusing one. Brack-ot- t, sight presented will be an place of nold, Uessio Urackett. Frances farm, tho John D. Carpenter Georgia Cabell, Ella Eichenberger, to tho best masked skater. $5 208 1 acres, near Hustonville. to Messrs. Effie Singleton James N. Cash and J. Randolph Harris, Elizabeth Hunn, Eva Rankin. up-to-d- ate We have moved to the G. Ware, Harry Farmer, Sam Embry, court-hous2W. Vt. lieck of this place, at opposite the store-rooJonathan Rankin, Wm. C. White, Mauour where we will bo glad to serve meat bought the farm about two years ago rice Jarvis. fresh will take charge of at $80. Mr. Harris Grade 6 John T. McAlister, Mary Phono after Dr. Beck's salo on March 20. LuteaA Wilkinson, butchers. Moore Raney, Maymo Singleton, Boyce The doctor is undecided on his location 4L Hunn, Anna D. McRoberts, Mary Shepbut we hope and believe he will remain bell is gone, court-hous- e herd Cook, James Owsley. Now that the in Lincoln. Brady, Annie the fire Grado 7 LaVerno .. y how are we going to get out necesYou'll Enjoy Monte Cristo. -- Mil. Butte, Eflle Baughman, Marion Grimes, should such a thing be laddies, Ed- - Mannie Mobley, Eva Moser, Lena Traysary? Wo move that Mayor Florence lions have followed the fortunes of each ring a mond Dantes until he Btartled the lor, Nancy Yeager. and Chief of Police Carter Grade 8 Mary E. McKinney, Lucy world as "Monte Cristo," but the incow bell. terest of all who havo seen tho play is Leo Walton, Oca Moser, Catherino GenCeBia Farmers. Granville Welch hardly less keen than those who have try, Arnold Foremrn, Jennie Pepples, of Boyle, r to cil and Henry Sallce, recently Lottlo Carson. not. It is hard for n They will bo extensive Canada farmers. Freshman Lissa Holtzclaw, J. M. the effect of the revelation of or recently bought of Durham & Cecil, "Monte Cristo" upon persons in tho II. W'aters, Willio Moore, Emma Naplow, which will be audienao who havo never seen It, If pier. Morrison Bright, Virginia MahoDanville, a pulled by an Immense engine, and which thnro ha anv such in this community, ny, Annio Lewis Gentry. duty Sophomore Salliu Burdctte, Alice cost them 13,000. The freight and they will havo a chance to sea tho play on it from Danvlllo to.Canada. was at Walton's Opera House weunesuay Rankin. Elizabeth Higgins, Wallace s Singleton. night, March 17, when Fred G. - r" widely-knowproduction of tho Junior Thomas Bright, Walter Sinclerk Tub county Judgo and circuit nrranged by Eugcno Moore will gleton. found for the present In tho version will bo Senior Berta Jean Penny. Is be presented. Mr. Moore, who is one Now Odd Fellow's Building; a room Coun- ot the best Edmond Dantes living, prebeing built next to tho vault for l'roventics- - those Candy Cold Cure pared his adaption with groat caro to ty Clerk G. O. Cooper; tho sherlir will headquarters on introduce all tho best of tho story, that Tablets will safely and quickly check be found at his old would be practical and effective on the oull colds and tho Orlp. Try them Lancaster street and the rest of tho stage. The company is receiving ex- once und see Sold by Penny s where they have held county officers Drug Store. cellent notices. years. ii Under no circumstances will wo s) Si L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble S V. O. Martin I 5 3 rr o D ..u a C p o t i Ix-i- m m "personals'. ' I' '& in m a' n n s i; a. o c I o 2. Zl o o m ... ., PUBLIC SALE l?rSii2r 8 yp P a 1 .3 O I a. 8 s s tn' a . i co, two-hors- 3 an 3. P. U s CD n. s Lex-ingto- jili Mm AMERICAN BEAUTY Stile 223 Kilimuoo Corset Co., Miktrt s 6 ST CA I? u B. "3 2 c NOTICE court-house u a c ' I HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 1 t, Tren-iure- PUBLIC SALE t: 1 any-whe- re 2--1 JUS ff - K666V6Q M - H - ft - f r- f M -f H -H -H - - , A Nice Lot of PUBLIC SALE Cor-die- '"" 1 Japanese and Chinese Mattings, 12 i- -2 1 1 .!..,. to 35c Per Yard. ll W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Dinwiddie o &Co. JFirst Tfaii'onal ffiancj Stanford, Jty. Organize J, 1882. Capital StocA, SSO.OOO. Surplus and Qnd;vid0d SProfih. SJ9.O0O. Hustonville, Ky. i 1 Jtas paid in 'Dluidends st'nco Organization, $21, 500. 7erits i Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an Snuito ??ow jfecounts on Our OFFICERS. . S. Hocker, President;, & of goods. This is the Time to Advertise S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; H. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W.SaUnders.Bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. F. Reid. J. H. Baughman, M. D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus. H. C. Baughman, . F. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, . S. Hocker, W. D. O'Uannon C. E. Tate, 1 Big' Combination Sale .OF HIGH CLASS To be If eia at t Your play-goe- STALLIONS Business Horses, Stallions and Jack s, AND JACKS. Jl,-35- 0. Hustonville, Ky., March Write for Entry Blanks. 24 & 25. 1 Con-rad'- n Cards Printed on Short Notice. Give Us a Trial. Entries Close March lOth. The Hustonville CombinationSile Company HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. 1 forth for seeral )ltgllNNMi V I nn an fi !M FARMER'S DEPARTMMT. Chaa. Lutes sold to Will Wilcher a pair of mules for $360. at Stanford at For Salc Good Jersey cow and Mntertdinthe meond-da- n natter, calf. F. M. Long, Foster farm. At a horse salo at MaysvlllolOO went under tho hammer at $60 to $100, N. TITCE Levi Miller has bought of various No. l, Month, lliM r.V. A parties 12 mules at from $S0 to $150. No.,noutli,ll:n A. M. x. No. l. North. 4:W James Yowcll, of Hustonvlllc, bought No. , North, b:fi r. M. No.TT, 10:17 A. H. at Somerset fivo mules at $125 to $185. M. No.ts.JlMr. New high records for the season were JOS. S. RICE, Agent. established by wheat, corn and oats on the Chicago Board of Trade. The Truth James C. Wlllard. of Winchester, Every person in this city who is suf- bought of Henry Patterson his lino fering from EcztnM, Pimples, Dand- farm near Mlllersburg at $150. Dr. W. V. Huffman, of Mlllersburg, ruff or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanent- sold to J. II. Llnvlllc, his lino farm on ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi the Uuikloll's Mills pike, one milo cast txternal use. All durgeists sell ZEMC of Mlllersburg, for $100 per acre. Stlgall Bros., of Doyle, boI1 to W. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. U. Uraves, or ihorntown, Intl., an d jack for $800. They also sold him a maro mule for The interior Journal. Potl-OJfi- Kills WowU-l- e L. THBLE A merciless murderer Is 'Appendl cltls with many victims. Hut Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills kill it by prevention. They gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowls, preventing, that clogging that Invites nppendlcltis, curing Constipation, Ulllousncss, Chills, Malaria, Ifeadacho and Indigestion. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Slays. - E rri 5FHS5."L nana anl kaurttfua I r Com I Mlnkll llttVth. any rails K.r.r to lis to Hfttor Color. Tonthrul II. lr rmnwtfM h.lr HlHif. mis diMM IVygK. VSilsmi O YCARB XPIRIENCK Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid for external use. Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form )( Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All 1131330 TflADC MAMS ii1!n a atotrh and dvacrtptlmi may Anron (piffklf ascertain otir cptntn rtflWDfinfr an Inffnilon it probably rat lions itrlelirronnilAntfi $mnl fro. OMfit ncr tot fecuriiif Mtauta. ratanta tbrootb Hunn A Co. tfttirt node, without cfcurtA la th '7 Tla afl Y i Copyright UCtfONt Ac Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. G. lkn ai rclr L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Scientific MUNN & Co Bt.och URIcs, 65J I" A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, eight-year-ol- three-year-ol- $120. Always Carts ZEMO II tccotoli.4 si lbs man koMtt ss4 lacctttM mtalclM la tin mil ir. J The last Remedy I A nl1lK)tlllf lllnalralM wi1r. Ijittnl fir. rvlstlon uf nf srlfitilldA tmirnsl, Torn., 13 m fjarniontlis,L DuMbsll M.KMln jfttcrkati li, 3b'"t.Hbw BU TMhlDtton. York u . At the sale of Mrs. Louisa Holtz- KENTUCKY. claw's effects Wednesday tho farm of STANFORD, 52 acres was bought by J. H. ThompOffice over McRobcrts' Drug Store in son at $65. Household and kitchen Inmnllf rclkrcl las' ps.1uV.lr ssj psnas. msiI, rcfti Zcstml ss4 sll Itcslsf ttla furniture sold well. the Owsley Building. dlK.KS. Ct s ke:tt lojir. All DrsiclKS. wriis lor itmpic. The Franklin County Fair Association tW,lM(SVlua was organized with a capital stock of St.LMb.il. kisurts Ttkacoo and Tobacce $5,000. The organization was complet ed at n meeting of tho Franklin Comlarns. mercial Club, and a big fair will be held Nothing Insurance. this year. For Sale. 1,000 barrels of good, sound corn, 12 or 15 cars of timothy D. We.whose rrninci npprnr below, strictly hay and a nice road horse, heavy forlild liuntlim. nsblnsornnir kind of tn.. The Insurance Man, passltiK on our plnces nnd will prosecute vl- enough for carriage or rockaway, four umiurs 10 tnv iuii extent 01 tno law, STANFORD, KY. Mrs. Walter Warren, .Mrs. Mattlo White, years old and gentle. I. S.TcvIs, Shel 1 W. Carter. Hen I'. Martin. by City, Ky. Ileildence I'lione St); OIIlcc, 05. it. M. K. iMWtvace. Tlnsler Hnmnmnnr. J.H. llockcr, J.M.lVUUi, Thomas Knight, a Christian county Insure with mo and be fully T. A. Klce. Joseph llallou. ... ,1 . I1HIJ, planter, became violently insane and J. Ij. Ilolticlaw. protected. Mrs.J.K. rulllara, 11. L. I'ulllsin, attempted to kill his child. Knight, it MessvrA Iaxton, .Mrs. K.I,. Williams, Zemo POSTED. Central Kentucky SI'HINO IS IIKIIIO ninl men, women anil cbildrcu nro tired of wearing their old Wititcr Sliocs. Our styles this season, wo think, nro tho prettiest ami most stylish or nny shoes that are made. In gun metals, patent leathers, box ralvcn, velours and vicis they arc unexcelled. When it comes to O. K. hlood shoes and Oxfords you need not go any further. Como nnd roloct A TITLE GO. until your heart's content. Kvcrvtlilnir new. This season's iroods. Prices are pleasing. All tho way from a flOc baby shoo to n II Crowtt. Call No. I m acres on the Waynesbura pike, around and sco our liuo before you buy elsewhere. Will tako plenstiro in near Highland, house, barn nmfoth er outbuildings; nice orchard. ThlsprtJiwr-t- y honing you our line. Real Estate Exchange lut Jesse Wearen, Adorina's Fox f Is n hnndsome, large young Jersey Bull, descended from n lonii mid unbroken line ot the most noted hulls nnd cons on the Island of Jersey Knzlnnd nnd America. Ills sire Is one of tho best bulls er Imported and his dnm Is n show cow that has given 03 pounds or rich milk In one day. If you "I.lko begets I.Ike or the Likeness of some Ancestor" and lime n strictly good cow, you should nvnll yourself of his service. He will Iks allowed to serve n limited auniber of approved, registered cons outside of our own herd this year, for a fee of 13 each. Make engagement before sending cow to be bred. ltKID OTTHIt, Htnnford, Ky. Telephono SO. N. 11. We have to offer three extra choice toll calves that will be sold at right prices. is said, lost his mind because ho could not sell his tobacco, which was tied up In the pool of tho association. Prof. J. D. Clark, secretary of the Fayette county branch of the Hurley Tobacco Society, says that the Burley tobacco growers will find themselves woefully mistaken if they expect to realize good prices for the big crop which will probably be planted this year, unless they again form a pool. KINGSVILLE. If At Mc Kinney, Ky., Toucan find our Standard Ilemedy, the greatest blood nnd liver medlclneyet know n. Incnseof llheumntlsm. Salt Itheum, Kidney Trouble and nil diseases nrlslng from Impure blood It lias no eiual. It It manufactured under the pure food net of June S, lloj.nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Itemed y Is taken nccordlng to directions and if he or she Is not benefited by the uie of the Itemed? e will refund your money. We can do nothing more. hucli package contains S)tdoe with n registered guarnu-tenn- d mulllngcnrd with full Instructions. AVe send It to liny address by mail on receipt of per packnge or six pneknres for X lletterordern box If tnken In time you might save n big doctor's bill. lLemember If vou take the Hcmedv nccord lng to Instructions nnd nro not benefited. you get your uounr oacx. iou win not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only by our duly authorized agents. IthUHKN WILLIAMS, Agent. 1 FURS Hides and Wool Pt- - Wo Buy &V ff We are dealers; WiM Ginger, etc rsuUlitni ta o5&Orer haa ce&turjr iu Loutn JeM and can do better for you than ajrntt cf communon merdiants. Referent, . Dio!t in LouiiviSe Write (ot rnoe rofttberTeIlow,Bew&zc Ginseng t Golden Scal.l YIW Koc). Mj Apple, ' Iit and iKpjio j Ugt. (ft. Sabot ft Sons. KY- - 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, J.L.Beazley&Co., I ill Dr. C. M. Thompson was in Ohiollast week. E. G. Gilliland sold to Dr. Acton a cow for $30. Dave Bambo bought of Geo. Leach a maro far $135. George Horton has moved to Eu- banks, where he will keep hotel Lou Mcintosh came home last week to see his father, who is very sick. The two rural route carriers who pass through here were compelled to go on horse back last week on account of tho high water. Eld. J G. Livingston filled his regular appointment hero Sunday morning pays to wait after all, for the good comes !u time, even In the and evening. W. L. McCartyJwas In drama, bringing a splendid recompense for some of tha you town this week. "have had. t Lon Webster shot his father with a Monte Cristo" which comes to town pretty coon is o play that can shot gun. The shot took effect in!his be seen again and again by those who have souls to fe:l Co cpell of real legs. The elder Webster had chastised romantic urama. 11 i.AHKb Ab his son and the enraged boy fired three ONE OF THE GREATEST DRAshots, only one taking eiTect. The inMATIC TRIUMPHS OF THE jury is not serious. HISTORY, bothartistically The following pupils were neither abstnd financially. It has had pheW. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, sent nor tardy durln? the seventh nomenal success throughout the S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT month of the KIngsville Graded School: entire world and will live in the annals of the 6tafje as one of the highJ. B. PAXTON, J. O. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER ' J- W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. Grade 2 Maggie Dye, James Flint, est examples of dramatic literature. nOWEVER MERITORIOUS A Joseph Walter, Aubrey Gilliland. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER PLAY WITHOUT AN INTELLIGENT CAST, an artistic and effective Grade Wilson, Dorothy Gooch, production is impossible. No pains or expense has been spared to get Grade Alford, Ollio Gooch. the best. Young, bright, Intelligent, resourceful actors have been 11. Owsley, Stanford: S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford Elza Gooch, Herman Haggard, Lucile selected in each, instance, with exprrrs referenco to adaptability to the J. John 11. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan- Reynolds. parts assigned them. .1. II. Puxton, Stanford; W. II. Trnylor, kin, Grade 5 Esther Murphy, Clarence GilherU Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. Carey, Mabel Flint, R'mell Thompson, II. Cummins 1'rv.ichcrsvillc; Lilburii Hul-ceActon, Paulino Taylor, Ottie Gooch. Gilbcrti Creek. Walls. Is near church nnd school-homIs well worth the price, flai. No. J lSiincres, zmllosBoutu of Crab Or chard, on the Htato road, has n to-storhoiue.Koo.1 Imrn. orchard and Is well water. cd;about inu acres of this land Is bottom lanuonu produces nne crops. A bargain at ", ?tcasn,uainnca inonoanu two years. IS acres on Iluck Crock, near Way. No. neshurg, house, lorn and other out. buildings; plenty ol water. Cash price, II,- aw. No. 4 1(W acres, near Irel (Ireen, Hock, castle county, Ky. This farm has a new frame house, would cost to build now IJ.WU: gooil lrn, crib, Ac., located near church and school. This Is n nice, home and James N.Uaib, J. Kevin Carter can li liought forlW per acre, y, cash; reM. II. Lytic. Mrs. Jas. Ilalnes. Dr. J. U. Carpenter, mainder In li months. J. Il.Uamenlsch, No. ft lis ncres adjoining the attorn farms Tbomas Kcrrlll. J.d.drimn, lWacr.it In cultivation. Duelling of I rooms; Dinlil llurton, A. I.. Thompson, good barn and othernutbulldlngs; M.O. Klcliantson. nice or. J. SI. Ware. chant. One of the best springs In the couu Miss Mattle Hen es, Kelrhenbacb Ilros. ty. l'rlco tV'-)- ; half cash, balance 1 and I Fred llaumann, A.T.Traylor, years. I.llburnOoocli, K. II. I'lummer, Will Hester, H.C.Nunnelley. No. A 11 acres adjoining farms Nos. 4 and llAUghman. S. IW acres In cultivation, balance In timJ. W. ltruce, J. W. 1'eok. K. J. PntldHtereni, ber. Good white oak, hickory and somo line John Oamenlsch. log huse and good orch Wm.Cordler. cedar. Has IlanTraylor, SI. I). Klinure. nrd;well watered. Cash price, (lotllliOllck. Fred Ilandorf, No. 7 SV) acres near Staretiburg, Ky.lU 1). SI. Anderson. J. J, Thompson, good iiwellllig in j. r. .Moser, Sir. and Sirs. Jas. II.Kudi acres mid cuiimmon,outbuildings, line noue, neressury barn water Kimisa iirs. ?(. j. iiorton and school, church and It. It. station. Trice, J.J.KIllott. Sirs. Ceo. Ixutn. tJku; , cash, balance In one and two )ears, V. It. DauKhertr. Frank Conller, No. JI4 acres, nearOonway, Ky., nearly Ilev. Father I.eo, Iir.O.O. IVrry, tl l (l.tn.. all of this farm Is luttom laud. Hue fur cum H. It. llauiihman, and meadow; ery good dMelllni-hou.new Uriah Albrlk'iit. II. IffWl J. oarn nun inner nunuings; on county road.s Sirs, Slarcnret tlooch, Jacob (lander miles from llereu ColUce. Cash nrlce. CI.. Geo. O. (livens. W. H.Traylor pam Koiieris, John Jufvr, SI, J. Hofmann, Amend Hehaefer, No. f- -3 acres on Drake's Creek, 8 miles K.T. lteai ley A.It.Statheny from Crab Orchard. This farm adjoins the I.. H. (lamer, pike and Is n part of the (leo. Ktans farm, SIrs.J.ll.Onsley, SI. J. MorRiiii, II. I. Fneiiley, rlils Is fine land and In good condition; all H.T. Harris, K.O.Watkiiis, necessary buildings. This is a bargain at Hundley. J. O. Knnnto II. Good, It. Jl.Crow. I'M per acre. Sirs. ('. K. M cO lure, No. 1(3 74 acres, near HInnford. Ky., In Anderson Carr. Anton Honecker, nice sliaoe. with alliicceiuirt bulKllncete.. W. SI. Dlshon. Fred Viindruenlgun can lw Iwught worth thomunc). T. Ii. Ilaunhman .NIC HIUII, Sirs. Itobeerii It. Carpenter For full particulars In regard to all the W. Kopatz, J. F. Sloser, abou farms, see or write I.. It. Hughes or John H. James I, White, HtauforU.Ky. y P ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. We lielieve wo have the Sl bet and most correct check rower Corn Hauler on the market, "The superior." Call and n planter that runs both edge nnd Hat drop plates. to Mr. 11. .. We take pleaurc iu rcferiug you who G. Goode, gave it a thorough trial last jcar. a. W. H. HICG1NS, Ic, Stanford, Kentucky. THEATRE TALK NO. 2 It 'c:..ts" Ciic Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Real Romantic L Drama Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 - 3-- Ella 4-- Dwcoronsi e ;, Tho Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in tho red face, Lands and body ot tho little son of II. M. Adams, ofllenrletta, Pa His awful plight from eczema had, forflvo yoars, detled all remedies and bailled the best doctors, who said the poisoned blood had affected his lunsrs and nothing could savo him "Hut." writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric Hitters completely cured hlra " For Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Itheum, Bores and Hlood 6orgegus Scenic crtife Powerful Revival of Wu melo- - Drama KSvv-4- " r --- 9 t s MiwM'm m '$m imijmvssf mm . vmmi i. If you ' - want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky, subscribe for the ei)tucHy State Journal, Frankfort, Ky. w i? r rV Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. er. " 4&X -- v -- . Disorders and Itheumatlsin Electric Hitters Is supreme, Only 60c. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store, On the eve of the final adjournment tho House of Representatives transacted Its business with a facility unusual for a dying Congress. With scarcely any debate the conference reports on tho military academy, legislative, executive and judicial, and penal code bills were agreed to. The cloverest Imitation ofrealColTee over yet made it Dr. Snoop's Health Coilec. It Is fine In flavor and Is mado In just ono minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from puro parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample freo. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. . izrlmr i 4&u j .t.i.: .'J" fBtT -- Z "" irv. JKSSSI&SPWi fez ; - c jjj t Lr:M ,t if.! W". iK m . Wilir: The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky. write tor price and particulars to W. P. WALTON, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. ! XI' . 1. IT J. C. McCIary, Undertaker. Embalmerand oaler I n'.Htrnesay Saddlery, STANFORD, slice Ftions, IM. Berlin Is in the grip of a blizzard Snow fell heavily and traffic is almost iar will induce the at a standstill. Fifty people have been MERIT DOES THK seriously hurt by falling on tho Btreets. that of the roraaatle m anytuihu and infallibly. THAT BECOMES POPULAR IS GOOD, AND NOTHING CAN BECOME POPULAR THAT IS NOT GOOD. Tba people never make a mistake. Newspaper advertis- - The American people are broad gauged and liberal minded. They ire ready to hear any remarks, listen to any song, read any book, sec any play, try anything new, and they pass their verdict promptly M ;. 'IS THREE! CHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONGDISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY The Yerdict of the People J once, Tl LMAL MANMER ' EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE ifceonfoRTLo COMPANY " A tickling or dry cough can be KY- J. Uome;i'hOne quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. ate citr seveaty years. USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL. readers te try anything that's advertised REST. A shining example of this priaciple ii flay, "Moate Cristo" which will be presented to Tali flay has beta produced season after seasoa f 01 IT MUST BE MERITORIOUS DON'T YOU THINK? If you want your Prescriptions carafully ed and made from the'Best and purest Drugs, Call on me. fill- Walton's Opera House, Wednesday Mch. 17. -- W. B, McRoberts,Dnu00lsl . im fifMstyii(tii fcjx.ia,.. iltsti'n-M- t qfr