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In a small, ohscure vlllago nestling dt thu foot of tho hills, whoso chief attractions were Its healing waters, which gave Ufa uml vigor to thoso unfortunates of etrth nffllctcd with divers diseases, bloomod n fr.ill human flower. Dared of parental euro nt tho moment of birth, with no gentle hnnd to .guide, no on? to give tho nourishment so to IH futura life, it graw nlonc. No gcntla sunlight, no refreshing showers, with nothing but tho rough blasts of llfo to beat upon Its tender leaves nnd roughly sway its fragilo stock No companions cams near except to Jeer at her imperfection!. Nono offered to stand between her nnd tho cutting blasts, or let n friendly ray of sunshlno In. lie erted and despised by her own kindred, neglected and forsaken by her own household, this flower was left en tlrcly nlono to her own sad reveries, to do tho best sho could and keep aloof from moro favored flowers. She had nothing to do but brood over as sad a fata as tho littlo sparrow shaken from tho nest, bruised by the sharp stones nnd uncsred for lr any human cyo. In such a sad hour camo one who praised and flattired this oor, weak ncc-esss- ry 9. 1000. NO. 1, f. h.. - NEWS ROTES. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. w k r John G. Haugh has "old ht farm to n German from Illinois. Rev. Elbert Young preached nt tho Methodist church Thursday night. Adams & Hyatt have added a sawing nparatua to their mill and will ho ready to saw lumber this wee. Farmers nro making preparations to rntio n lot of tobacco, but possibly more winter crops than summer ones Mrs. E. H. Uastln, who hai been sick for some time, Is still very low. Mrs. Ilurton Spires has been very sick with grip for a month or more. i Wo regret that J. A. Hollas, who recently sold his farm, Is making preparations to move with hlf family to Oklahoma. Wo wish them success In their new homo. Elbert E. Young spent n few days with tho hoWfolks last week en route from Loulsvfllo, where ho had been to League Convenattend tho tion. Messrs. Hates and Harlow, traveling men for lmlsvlllo and Cincinnati houses, were here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Uaugh and Miss Mlnnlo Bough visited tho family of Harlan Newell at "Eubanks. W.J. Moran and wife spent Sunday vith John Young ' and family. Mart Horton, of Now Albany, Is horo with friends. Since our last letter there havq been a number of changes. G. W. Young nnd wife, who have kept houso for J S. "Young tho past year, have moved back to their own property. Mr. Hay, of Turnentvllle. has moved to John Reld's farm. Tim Hutchison, who has moved eome three or four times during tho last year. Is now back on tho placo that ho left when ho went to Arizona, S. S. Jrllastm has moved Into his houso built on tho land recently purchased of J. S. Young. Hardin Cook has moved to Rev. Mills' farm from the Mart Itryant place. Jim Hollar has moved into one of J. S. Young's houses and will raise n crop of tobacco for Mr. Young, who destroyed an apple orchard for ground to cultivate tho weed. , Anti-Saloo- flower, using honeyed words and praised - I fi"i her symmetery of form, beauty of color and rare qualities. His words fell like sweet nectar upon tho drooping, famishing heart of this mountain rose. Sho had still somo ono to caro for her, somo ono who did not scorn her defects nnd in tho first glow of her youthful, trusting spirit, was it any wonder she nodded a welcome and in all unconscious hour allowed herself to bo so shaken that her pretty, head was hung in Jiamo T This lovely rose was robbed of beauty, perfume and even life. But lo, from the withered stem peeps a tiny bud, fresh, joyously, begging a great world to only givo it room to bloom; not keep back the sunshine and showers, not to treat It with tho cold, cutting scorn its mother felt and fell beneath Hut learn n great lesson from her fall. vlx: All tho costliest flowers wo can Foley 'sHoney and Tor cure coughs, heap ujion the coflln Hd, all tho beaut quickly, strengthens tho lungs and over a yel- ful, eloquent eulogies we can utter colds Get tho genuine in tho cold remians will not ntono with a low package No Stanford Drug Co merciful Savior for our nets of cruel injustice and neglect of duty. Let us beCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! stow our flowers whllo tho living can Perhaps kind treatment, lurnUb the public with tho lwl. a enjoy them ex-pe- ls J f 'Jr lk 1.ft : A i "V plant 'J loving advice ar.d gcntlo persuasion may on nhort iwllnl nil alndt. . nurture soma helpless rose, drooping in iiiiike a Kvliiltf ' Aim nolle for tor funeral I ha nil solitude, cause it to )ift its head, enjoy llh miinrcllttii In klniUoHl'll'lion hernial roa.onnlJl tho sunlight and tnko firmer root for '"'""VlUUMTMAN llltKI.N IIOIJMKH. the beuutlfying of tho great kingdom Ku llllium. I'moii. Hlnnlurtl. Ky. for which it was fashioned. Give the little bud a chance. Atona as much as possible to it for the rude, pitiless treat ment Us parent received from those Crab Orchard, Kontucky. claiming to be disciples of the lowly Nazarinc and living in the light of a 0. li. 1 now rrnjy to rri lilt old frleniU nrol christian dispensation. ' t liaM to mnkt'4)inr ". ?ott work, i, main or hor.iln cattrate nv Law and Order League Formed. lorhlni ami lint v It don rlsht. Ho make. n pwllty ol ctratlns rlilKf ling. TllKltE was a meeting nt tho Chris1 tian church Thursday evening to organize n Law and Order League, raise UliHor ut pub. M royfari". iintiu fdndi fcr the detection and lie outcry on ofthe local option law breakers, etc. HATt'llDAY.M llfll U.WW, tlinrollowliiRilKcrllieil irtiwrt ; Nl"""' A largo nudienco was nddressed by J. ID hum-- . Miiiiarxtrn KooaoiM,t,ili.,P.iullk r W. West, of Louisville, Superintendent 1iok. InriiilUK utenilli, ttiron.iuiiy, Krafi,rcBrt,iiuiiilirof blti o of tho Kentucky League, thlnK loo nniiitr-ouitof ini'titlon. 8U will or lltmlomlllo, nnJ Joseph Severance, of Frankfort, l; bti liuiwMK uillfi lljth speakers claimed that the law iliuitimlVJiA. x.harp. J.H. I'Nnrnviortli. Iluttont lit". Ky cauld be enforced if tho citizens would stand behind the ofllcert. who would do their duty. A canvas nf tho houso secured many members nnd liberal conof William A executrix of tho . tributions. Mr. J. C. McClary is SecWarren, ilecwutil. I w III on TWnrtllAr.MAUC'U SUmM, retary and Treasurer nnd if you have IwittiMliiK Ht ID oVIock A. M.. Mil to Ul8 made a pledgd or would liko to bo enblilJr.atmbllooiilcry.;iB liUhrit mill vurmi, to. farm of the late William proprrly, tic rolled on tho side of Law and Order see follow ln l'roiml ceo.ml. tin him and sign ono of our curds and help Jerusy iowi.s regUtereU t yearling heifer.. V nlti;.. W us in a united cfTort against this ovil. , I work Iot,Siimri-.tirnltolni-kwukoii, I mule coll. farmlii Implement. IJ plmloii. J "Let us do with our might what our nrlnRwaRon.l now cnrrta, l double thot-v- l)l.oplo,S turning low. cul- hands find to go." C. E. Tate, chmn. linrrow.t mo.itulng nirrow, tivators, I mnchlne. 1 Stato-mun- t. w'rriptantVr.l DUodrlll ltli frfrtt Ur A Rollglous Author's corn ball. culling I In rollr. rn ding Ms, bull) lnTiret of ..Jwlk-n- l tvniiou corn. lmrrl am Plow Hev. Joseph II. Pcsperson, SalisIiou.rliold and kltcUii furniture nnd u thing. iiumlwrof otbrr N. C, wllo is the author'of sev piireUnwi of $10 and imur bury, Tr:ilMH.-- All eral books, writes: "tor several cm in nanuiBiiu.rr ccurlt, inonllu. wltb uoto ttth opnriiiM bvnrliig 4 yoars I was allllcted with kldnoy troumynbloto th iiiiileMlgiuil uml !ir cunt. Interest from date until jwld. ble anil last winter I was suddenly Mas. Wn.WAitHKsr, stricken with a soveru pain In my kidDanvllltf, Ky. T. Jl.tlngll.b. Aut neys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance. I commenced taking Foley's Kldnoy Homody, and tho pain gradually abatod and finally ceased, I cheer y. Semi-Annuallfully recommend Foley's Kldnoy Hem-- , cdy." Now Stanford Drug Co. I win HlilliClrritarto!ruinowT. flowrrt. Iiullx. wr.-utti- purir. i. T. F. GROSS, "i' PUBLIC SALE 1 pww-cutl- on The Laurel grand jury returned over An attempt will bo mado to prohibit 200 indictments. Sunday base ball in Minnesota. Ebb Hcdrick, of Laurel county, killPolk Slzemorc, of . Morgan county, killed himself with a shot gun In a fit ed tho largest wildcat Been in years. Joseph W. Garrison, aged 45, n promof anger. Former President Moosovclt announc- inent citizen of Casey, is dead after a es that he will sail M,arch 23 from New protracted illness. Miss Bessie Miller, a popular young York for Africa. William J. Ilryan has proffered his lady of Mt. Vernon, is dead from tho services to nsslst In tho figh't against effects of small-poMrs. Gcorgo Wright, nged GO, died nt tho white plague. thousnnd concreto her home at Lancaster of paralysis. Throo hundred cross-tic- s hnvo been ordered for tho She leaves a husband. Jnmcs J. Dryc, well known in the Italian state railways. The stable of K. D. Jones, of Chris- Wfst End where ho lived for years, is tian county, was destroyed by light- dead at Caldwell, Kansas. The mother of Dr. G. B Lawrence ning, causing a $3, (XX) loss. Tho largest pin factory in the world Is dead In Rockcastle county. She was England. It turns a most estimable woman. is nt Hlrminghatn, Our old friend, Mr. R. L. Brown, has out 37,000,000 pins every day. Miss Helen Gould will give a recep- announced for City Attorney of Somertion to tho 3,030 jackles who have lust set. He'd make a good one. Dr. Walker Owens, of Pongo, had a returned from tho world's tour. The Dank of Lexington Is the name good pair of mules drowned in Rockcasof a now State bank that will bo put in tle river during the flood last week, operation in tho Iiluo Grass Capital inn says the Signal. Capt. Phil B. Thompson, Sr., who fow days. son of Bradford Norton died at Harrodsburg some months ago, A was killed at Monroe, Mich , by falling left all of his property to his wife and ouTof bed. The little fellow's neck make her executrix. Dr. P. Benton Is thought to be some was broken. Boom property at Oil City, Darren better but Is still a very sick man. Mr. county, that cost 150,000 somo years A. W. Stewart is here from Madison ago, sold under the hammer at Glas- county. Mt. Vernon Signal. Charles N. Province, n clerk in Au gow for $2,500. Tho Dering Coal Company, n Dela ditor James' office at Frankfort, Bays ware corporation, operating mines in he is innocent of issuing falsa claims Illinois and Indiana, has been placed In while clerk of tho Laurel county court. Ho was indicted on the charge. tho hands of a receiver. Christ Keller, Jr., a Louisville ice Communication with Baltimore by wiro has at last been restored and the cream manufacturer, sent a bullet damage done by tho recent severe through his brain in a fit of despondency. Ho was married eight years ago storm is being repaired. Guy Kasor was found guilty of man to Miss Minnio Wiedmar, .of Laurel slaughter by the jury trying him at county. In tho Garrard Circuit Court George Medina, O , for thu murder of his Adams was given threo years in the sweetheart, Orio Lee, October 8. John W. Thomas, Jr., who has been penitentlnry; Aaron Grant three years terrorizing Shelby county and defying and James Adams 12 months in jail for arrest, drove into Shelbyvillo unattend shootingS. D. Rothwcll, proprietor of Dripping Springs. ed and surrendered to the sheriff. Robert Hocker, tho Negro murderer Caleb C. Thompson, n former Speak er of tho Pennsylvania Legislature, and of Newton Veal in Fayette, whoso prominent in Musonic affairs, dropped death sentence was commuted by Gov. Willson, fractured the skull of a fellow dead on the street nt Warren, Pa. While resting against a fence in prisoner in the Frankfort penitentiary. Frnnklin county, tho fenco gavo away He also attacked ono of the pen guards. Joseph Nevius bought of Hood Baker and John Pierce, aged 30, fell over an embankment 20 feet high and was kill n cottago on Lexington street for Tho sad but not unexpected news ed. Ellsworth Hale, former nuditor of the of the death of Mrs. Osee Bush, in St. Trnvewo City, Mich , National Hank, Louis, was received hero a few das who admitted taking $5,800 of the since. A petition is being numerously bank's funds to Invest, was sentenced signed asking Hon. S. D. Cochran to to five years In tho Detroit House of become n candidate for Representative from Garrard county, and insisting that Correction. Three barges loaded with Pittsburg his nomination bo made. Lancaster coal struck the Henderson bridgo Sat- Record. urday and were sunk. Five barges in the same tow struck another pier of Resolutions Passed By The Stanford Ministers. this bridgo Friday and went to the bottom of the river. Whereas the minister Is generally The cvldenco in tho case of tho Coop- condemned by the public for taking a ers and Sharpe for killing Senator firm stand in civic and political life for Cormack nt Nashvillo Is all in and what seems to them right, wo the unspeaking begun nt 9:30 yesterday morn- dersigned ministers in Stanford, Ky., ing. There will be three speeches on a di hereby set forth what to us seems tho sidu and no limit as to time is made. correct position and the rules that will $1,-20- 0. . 2- - Tollor-Md- dc Cloihlng You will find 500 samples on our counters, from which you can make a selection for a Tailor-Mad- e vSuit. We have the latest'styles and patterns. Satisfaction guaranteed. No fit; no sale. Cummins BjMfcaAgir.. & rTJEy Wearen, - STANFORD, KENTUCKY. areSCyJMlaa(rrirtoi FjjS'-.tft'- y ..11 co, two-lio- Near Death In Big- Pond. Nortlit "' 1 Anti-Saloo- n EXECUTRIX'S SALE! '' l. 1 It was a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida fcoporto faco ucatli. "rorjesrs a novero lung troublo gavo mo Intense suffering," sho writes, "and several times nearly caused my death All romedie failed and doctors said I was ineurablo Then Dr. Klug's New Dis covery brought quick relief undacure so permanent that I havo not been troubled In twelto yars Mrs. Sopcr lives In Ulg I'oud. Pa. tworks. won ders In Couglis and Colds, SoreLungs, Hemorrhnges, La Grippe, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough aud all Hronclilal ulTccttons,. 60c and i Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. govern our conduct in these matters. 1st. That wo believo tho minister has the same privileges nnd responsibilities of any other citizen. 2nd. Wo know that wo havo the right and it is our privilege and duty to speak at nil times concerning matters that make for tho peace and well being of the community. 3rd. That we are determined to eo speak as to stimllate tho public mind to right thinking concerning all moral is- BHKM&Mp"mSiiB2iH' sues. 4th. That wo condemn tho whisky traffic nnd call upon all good citizens to unite with us in banishing this evil from our midst. 5th. That it is not our purpoao to speak in behalf of any individual or party except as the well being of the community is at stake. D. M. Walker, J. L. Ynndell, T. W. 11 Lincoln Bonds for Sale! 4 Per Cent. Oil HATUUIUY. APItlli o'clock ! M.. I" front of tbo court lioimo tlm door In Htautord. Lincoln county, Ky., pub-ll- o underlgiHd coiiiiiiiMloiivrawlll sell outcry to tbublgliont bidder tho bonds of tald county to tlm amount of ta.i) for new court.liou.o tlw purpose ol oroctlng In wild county. Htlcl Uoixlt will Iwlumtl In three wirlei. to.wltl Merle "A" of 110.1 i due uml coutUtlug of i boudiof ttu and imyable la 10 year from Muy7 I. H". ltli the prlvlle ge of redeeming In )eur. Herle "lfo IHUU.contUtliijf W i bonds eaob, due and ixyable In IS yiar of from Muy I, law. with tbo privilege of redeeming In lu yeur. o( Hrle"0"ofdue15A. coiiil.tlnc 111 so bonds year and iiayuble each; of from May l.lSev.bul with tho privilege of 10. UWJ. at I Mrs. Taft has begun making changes White House. Tho Steward has r been succeeded by a woman and the officer in uniform at the door has been replaced by a liveried at the house-keepe- footman. Don't drug tho Slonmch, or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. It is the itcuk nerves that are crying out tor help. Vitalize thoso .'' weak Insldo controlling nerves wjh Dr. Shoop's Hcstoratlvo, and sco how quickly good health will como to you , ludceuilngiulaymir. again. Test it and see Sold by PenHald bond will b 40 Id on April 10, lv. at he istufd and baar iuteret ny's DrinrStpre. , , and will l 1 fromAtdayoffllW,H.wMliluterl at per cent., payable Miss Lydla Harper, a Clinton county a H. Ooopar. J.tt. 0ley, Jr., and W, H. reclUM, u dead, aged 83. Burcb, OouimlHlonen. 1 Albert T. Patrick, who was convicted of tho murder of William Marsh Ilice, made a sensational appeal to the appel ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Range to buy; a full saver; u money maker late division in Brooklyn to freo him Barker. tho best baker. AJnrgo line of select from and wo will appreciate a call. from imprisonment for life or send him Kills Vouid-BoSiaye- r. to tho electric chair. Ho declared that A merciless murderer is Appendi imprisonment for lifo was n greater citis with many victims. But Dr. punishment thun tho death penalty. King's New Life Pills kill it by prevenRemedy For La Grippe. tion. They gently stimulate stomach, Simple AND QUICKEST WAY TO l HE clog-glu- g La grippe coughs aro dangerous as liver and bowls, preventing that that invites appendicitis, curing they frequently develop Into pneuConstipation, Dlllousncss, Chills, Mamonia, Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and laria, Hesducho and Indigestion. 25o saliaaaajaaljlBBBjjaggiiinaBasJEaS5saaaBnsa9si strengthens tho lungs so that no seri- at Penny's Drug Store. ous results need bo feared. The genFormer President and Mrs. Rooseuine Foley's Honey and Tur contains velt walked three miles through snow LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE no harmful drujts and Is in a yellow and slush to church Sunday and returnpackage Itqfuso substitutes. New ed the same way. Mr. Roosevelt is FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAtER Stanford Drug Co. thoroughly enjoying his freedom, spendmornings In his library and deEAST TENNESSEE TELEPMOT; ROfWAB Several New York- ministers discus-cusse- d ing tho the afternoons to vigorous exvoting former President Roosevelt' In ercise. their sermons Sunday. Dr. K. S. fillcompared hire to Washington iMv three voar old boy was badly and Lincoln, while Dr. John U. Holmes constipated, had a high fever and was If said that he was not a statesman, but and-matf- e andiPur-in an awiui conup.ion. i gave mm the smartest politolaa of. his ace. two doses of Foley's Orlno Laxative . J Ca!J on . Pains of women, head pains, or any and the next morning the fever was pain stopped In 20 minute sure, with gone and h,o was entirely well. FoDr. Shoop's I'ink Pain Tablets. See ley's Orlno Laxative saved his life.' full forwu,!. oal .30. Dow Sold by A. Wolkusb, qastmer, Wis. New Penny's Drag Store Stanford Drug Co. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. SAFEST TRANSFER MONEY . - Mac-Arth- , you want your Prescriptions carefully t from the'.Bast ed me. est Drugs, W. B. MeRoberts,0.jm,&.ibnimiM' mm: sAsaW.fci, gitig i y; ygr.-T""- ' V -- '"' loons? r t 1 The Interior Journal I. C WALTON CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer county. Is a candidal for Commonwealth' Attorney of this, the llth Judicial district, subject to the notion of the Sincb the county option, bill pwsed the Indiana LcjriUture 31 countie have (rone dry nd only one hs given a ra.JetJtjrfor the wetrf. On Saturday . Shelby county went dry, closing 17 ea Alfalfa, hogs and cattle come to Butler Co. Are readily cured bjrZeme, A liquid Hend for list of Improved farms. Address, J. K. WF.HT, Augusta, Has. nr Kfvmal uat; Trmn rivet Instant reli'ef and nerminentlV CUfCl any form . A. . 1. I ill unease. m ItcWng.Skk. Diseases If You Want To Crow Corn, V'4. yairtTv.. , t -- t W; K tt mui l"l 1PJ. is KIB- - v POLITICAL. OitAa.K!aaMN,Ottenlielni,Ky. G.LPENNY'S DRUQJSTOrlE. democratic pnrty. Fottoftlce, Waynesburg, Ky. Senator Depew introduced a resoluJOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., FOB SALE ! It n candidate for circuit Judge of this, the tion to change tho date of theinaugura-tio- n Prltfl Sanattrlimi, Tht 11th district, subject to the action of tbo from March 4 to the last WednesThoroughbred H.C ilrown Leghorn eats. Democratic party. Korth Lancaster Htreet, i from selected stock. day In April. UUHHKMi ItllOWN, Joseph W. Calvert, of Pewco Valley, .I M. C. 8AUFLEY Stanford. Kentucky. Htnnford, Ky. ! a candidate for circuit Judge of thli, the died of pneumonia as he was returning lxth Judicial district, subject to the fiction from Washington City on tho Bradley For Trent ment of diseases of tho Kje, Nose, ORNAMENTAL TREES. Throat, Knr, (lenlto-l'rlnarFRUIT of the Democratic pnrty. Il.ctal orspecial. Ho was 82 years old. gans, Nenous (system and Hurgery, The special election in Cleveland for Kterythlng for Orchnrd, tho selection of a successor to Con- den. Write for cntnlogue. I.nwn nnd GarTheodore E. Burton has been gressman It. F. HIM.KNMKYKH A HONH, Lexington, Ky. set by Gov. Harmon for April 20. For Mate Senator, Lincoln Lodge No. mi. K. A A. M.wlll meet In stated communication on each nrst nnd Tho delegation of Kentucky RepubliR. L. HUBBLE, third Mondny nights of each month, nt 7:m inauguration on cans who went to tho street, of Lincoln county. otiock in ineir nniion Main lodges man-forKy. Members of sister are tho Bradley special formed a permanent Invited to lm present. 11. 1.. I'enny, For Itepresentatlve, organization and elected M. II. ThatchW. M.,T. W IVnnlngton.Kee. H. SHANKS V. er president. I desire to sell privately my stock of GroDoing n Kor County Judge, The Federal grand jury in New York ceries nnd Ilnrdnnre.atwut MA"0. good bust NatlM Paultry Ralstra ! Itensou nfs. Will Invoice JAMES P. BAILEY against tho New 111 health. returned indictments (1KO. D.HOPFKH, Htnnford, Ky. For;Connty Attorney, York World in connection with recent Now Is the time of year to feed jour fowls W.S.BURCH publications concerning the Panama a good tonic, cures Uholera, (lanes, Konp, ennker end l.tmberncck, when fed as I Canal purchase. For Circuit Clerk, a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay, Senator W. O. Bradley has appointJ, D. SWOPE t will, between the hours of S o'clock A. l'rlce do cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed ed Harvey S. Irwin his private secre- M.nnusociocK p.m., on by your druggist, (leo. I fenny, try tt under ForBlierlff. the guarantee, Ask for booklet on diseases , MONDAY, MAIICH was formerly tary pro tern. Mr. Irwin , w. Mccarty e In Htnn- of poultry. In front Congressman from the Fifth district ford, Ky.,of the public outcrydoor the highsell nt to ' For County Court Clerk. forensh In hnnd the lot- nnd recently has lived at Washington. est nnd best bidder . IIIUCII nn .wiiimj ml, 1UW1IIK nruin'ri; ur GEORGE B. COOPER Judge James P. Adams and Kelly cost nnd The amount Includes 8 . per cent, pennuy nnu cosioi nuterusingi For Jnller, Kash were each declared tho Republi ' n.riwn4ip. .latnnln nnd IWivIn 11W7.M II4M ...... uw.,.v .DINK FARMER can nominees for circuit judge ana Now Llvorv I K. HriiHKH, Trensurer Htnnford Graded Hchool For Assessor, Attorney by the Commonwealth's Dopot Twenty-thir- d JOHN C PEPPLES Judicial District Repub 06. . lican Committee which met at Bcatty-vill- e. For Hupertntendent of Heboolr, m GARLAND SINGLETON Having sold my farm, I will offer for snle STANFORD, KENTUCKY. F. P. Combest Chairman of tho 29th nt the Tim Hutchison place near Highland For Coroner. on called a Committee Judicial District has FRIDAY, MARCH, 11, 1W, GEORGE P. BRIGHT Eczema is Curable rnMnulltitrtii.irlliailnrnnflV, nt ... -meeting at Columbia for the 3rd Mon ... In . U tKn .v..w....... . ... ,.. ........ . xgooa work mares, a milk cows new ForMnglttrnte Stanford District, ZBMO, a scientific preparation fot day in May when tho time and manner wngou, farming tools, lot of com and external use. Stops itching instantly JAMES McKECHNIE of settling the contests for Circuit I foddr. household nnd kitchen furniture. and destroys the ecrms that cause akin orgnn, lot of can mil fruit, mi or For Constable Htnnford District, Judge and 'Commonwealth's Attorney pounus ui micuu nnu uim-- tiling tuu diseases. Eciema quickly yields and It numerous 10 mention. I. M. BRUCE permanently cured by this remarkable will be settled. Terms mnde known on dny of snle. J. A. HOLI.A8, medicine. All Druggists. Write for samFor Magistrate Crnb Orchnrd District, The Kentuckians in Congress have I. O. Wnynesburg, 11. F. II. No. ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Ma J. WARD MOORE agreed to recommend the appointment Penny's Drug Store. Cochran to tho vaof FederalJJudge For Magistrate HustonvlIlcjDltrlct, cancy in the judgeship of the Sixth CirJ. K.HELM.SR cuit. If the appointment is mado thev For Mnglstrnfe Wnynesburg District, exwill recommend R. C. Winn for the JIae your measure taken by n tnllnrof low JOHN M. CAMDEM perience. Then your clothes, whet hern Eastern Kentucky judgship. price business suit or the finest evening For Constable JWny nesburg District, nnd will hn thnt After spending a week at Hopkins- - clothe,plnlnly Indlcnte Individualitymndo lit to they were which JOHN G. BAUGH I wlllnlso tnko jour mens-ur- e v.lle, cight.of the 13 State Senators jourmensure, trousers, fancy vests, top for ctr who ran away from Nashville to break contsnnd overcoats. Fnll and Winter sam We nre In position to do nil kinds of con ork, ravemenls creting, such ns mock Forced by the severest storm of the a quorum, returced to Nashville Friday. ples on hnnd rendy for your Inspection. nnd. In fact, we can make nny thing from - r U.O. HUt'LKY.ThoTnllor, house down ton fence post. We enn ssrwinter to abandon an outdoor inaugura- The runaways were accorded a cordial Htanfortl.Ky. you promptly nnd lunrnnten llrs-stion, William Howard Taft was pworn reception when they took their usual work und material. Call and get our prices oeiureyou imy jour material ni lensi in the Senate chamber. in as president of the United States in seats United States Senator Isaac Stephen the Senate chamber immediately after James Schoolcraft Sherman had be son was elected on the 23rd ballot in Stanford, Ky. come vice president. Chief Justice Mel- in the Wisconsin legislative joint as As administrator of John Z. Hpoonamore, ville Fuller administered the oath. Mr. sembly Thursday to succeed himself for deceased, will sell at public outcry to the uiKiii'si 1l'L,tVLull V ., a. htr, , iimut'rni luticiui-- (1,1 ,. '. r.ni.ll..irvi,ll II, Taft was accompanied to the auditori- a period of six years. Senator Stephfollowing personal um by his predecessor, and Mr. Roose- enson received 63 out of 123 votes cast, the bHles of good hny and property, 4U other feed stc7, 1.1 good red steers, a red hellers. 17 cahes, 12 velt immediately after the inaugural thus having a majority of one. cum, good mure mule.Syearsold.Ouirses The House receded from tho amend 1 mure, I sorrel colt 1.1 good Houthdown address had been delivered took an affectionate farewell of his successor and ment to the pension approproation bill sheep, about rendy to linnli and 7 other sheep? shonts, Usows, n lot of fanning the 18 Implements and n lot of other things too left for his home at Oyster Bay. Not- consolidating in Washington numerous to mention. Ttrms mndo known withstanding the condition of the agenices throughout the country and onuuy orsnie, llKTTiF.HI'OONAMOItK.Admx. streets the parade was held and nearly the last act of the Sixtieth Congress Col. J. IM'bundler, Auj. 40,000 men participated. At night the was to adopt the conference report on inaugural ball and the fireworks display that bill. The agencies will be contin brought the festivities to a close. There ued as in the past. The Remedy The Indiana Senate passed the new was such a jam at the ball that dancing that AIt) Cores bill, legalizing baseball on Sun was scarcely indulged in at al ZEftfO la recognized it Uc mote hoocit an4 day. Tho vote was 26 to 19. Gov. mcccHful mtdido In tht woiU Prof. Frederick Starr, of the Un- Marshall late in the afternoon sent a iversity of Chicago, says thaftJx-l'res-idespecial message to the Legislature say Roosevelt will never return to the ing he would neither sign nor veto the United States alive from hi3 African bill, but would leave the question of ifs hunt. His prophesy is based upon his constitutionality to tho courts. laitsntlf relleTcl sn4 po.Itlvdr sad cares Eczeras snd sit Itching ssla knowledge of the dangers of that counJ. Stanley Webster, formerly of (IIkucs. Ctt s l tod.,. All Olatt'. Yt fits tot simple. up-to-d- ate try, particularly the insidious fevers, who gained some distinction in E.W.RoteMlidjicC. through his expeditions to the Copgo this State several years ago in the pros SL Uuls. Its. Free State. Looks to us as if the pro- ecution of Curt Jett and Tom White, fessor is better acquainted with Africa and who has been an able prosecutor in than ho is with Theodore. the courts at Spokane, Wash., for some positime, was & ! The Jroquois Club, a Democratic or- tion by appointed to a judicial Wath-the acting governor of i ganization of Chicago, will give a bancrequet this evening in honor of Jacob M. lgton. The position was recently 0 Legislature and pays The safest, surest and most adeounte safe Dickinson, the new Secretary of War. ated by the a year. The appointment is for a guard for the future Is a policy In Former Mayor E. F. Dunne, who is a four-year term. Mutual Benefit Life member of the club, has refused to attend on the gronnd that Dickinson has Insurance Co. MATRIMONIAL. left the Democratic party. This, Mr. It Is conspicuous for economical management, Dickinson denies, though ho admits he News comes from Bullitt county that dealingliberality of Its iHillcy contractu, fair with Us members and large returns did not voto for Bryan for President. tojwllcy holders. Mis3 Mary Hundley, the pretty daughTho company Is Just entering the ter of Mrs. Laura Hundley, of this The closing session of tho Sixtieth place, was married to Frank Roberts, a SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more Congress was entirely devoid of senfino young business man of that county. policy holders In Lincoln county than sational incidents. All legislative matother companle combined. Write for Magistrate J. T. FWell, of Fulton, all particulars, stating age and whether mur-rle- d ters were speedily closed up by tho two orslnulo to 800 marriage cerewho has officiated at It.M.NKWIiAND.HpeclalAgt. Klght of the leading companies of the houses. In tho Senate Vice President Myers House Flats, Htunfonl. world represented. Uouiieteln rules with monies during his four years' tenure in Fairbanks made a brief farewell talk. James I, White, all the companies of the world. office, was himself married to Miss AnSolicitor for Hockcustle Co. record unsurpassed. Neter hud n law The House gave a vote of thanks to suit In the history of this agency, losses n FulHutchens, a promptly paid und without discount. No Speaker Cannon, who voiced his ac- nie Laura Mill, EUvattr, RftMinct and wultlncHOduvsfortour money. Ileforu In knowledgments in a characteristic ad- ton woman. suring, call on John McCleishy, 70 years old, left dress. Land For Salt! Mount Vernon, III., for Scotland last MAHONY & The Negro regiments of Washington week to wed his boyhood sweetheart. Ho declares that he has never kissed a This mill property, known us tho llntd- presented Senator Joseph B. Foraker Tho Insurance Men of Stanford. fordsvllle. Roller Mills. is u thoroughly with a silver loving cup in appreciation woman. If it was his fault, what an old equipped plunt with u capacity of Is) liarrels meal and (iraliani his fight in the United States Senate fool to wait till he is too old to enjoy it. of Hour dally, besidesdully operation, proof Hour. The plant is In ducing brands that bate a reputation not to have tho battalion of the 25th Infanexcelled by any. Tho Klevator was built In Saved His Leg. It try, which was discharged without honJUI7. husrtcuuclty of JU.Uu) bushels and Is ltyoa NeTer.posUlrslrnsTsrpolsonTOUTluufs. "All thought I'd losomy leg," writes equipped with the latest Improvtd machin- couih even from a slmDla cold or as a result of tho "shooting up" of ; the oulrlou should A. Swotison, Watcrtown, Wis., ery Is Inbusiness was established In It'oand alwsTsheaL soothe, andeaaatha Irritated bron Brownsville, Tex., restored to tho ar- J. uood fuior with n lurue. steady and Doni blindly suppress ll things "Ten jears of eczema, that 15 doctors und prollluble trade,now two story, 10 room II chial tube. poison. Its stranga bow swimwith a my. stupefying The residence Is a could not cute, had at last luld mo up. frame with ull ,necessary outhouses, bnrul finally Some about. For twenty years Dr. Snoop warned people not to takacouta bugg)shed,;orn-Crlhtdc all In good re-- 1 The "In Old Kentucky" column of Then HucKlen's Arnica Salvo cured It pair, on u lot IH feet front by 73 fet t drop, ' has constantly prescription containing Opium, mixtures or beautifully shaded by large maples, Chloroform, or similar poisons. And now a llllla tho Louisville Timed gets at least a sound and well." Infallible for Skin lawn of l.l) feet colonial porch around front and lata though Congreu tars "rut It on Mislabel, third of its clippings from the Kentucky Eruptions, Kczeum, Saltltheum, Hulls, sides of house. One of the mo.t caiufortabiu If poisons are tn your Cough Mixture." Ooodl Verygood Marlon Journal, Frankfort, and that's Fever Kotos, Hums, Scalds, Cuts and und desirable homes In of nbout County. At- - and others,II Iltreaflerforthlsrarjrea son mothers, State should Insist on having Dr. Bhoop't Inched to this Is u plot It acre ofl very Illicit bottom laud, ttiun which Cough Cure. No poison marks on Dr. Bhoop's tho one reason that featuro of the paper is Piles, Wo at Penny's Drug Store. labels and none In tha medlclna. slw II must by there Is iioiiu letter In the Htute, a feature. The whole property lies together In tho law to on th label. And It's not only safe, but It Secretaries Knox, Meyer, Willson, edguof the town of llriidfordsillle. Ky.,u, It said to be by those that knowlt bett, a truly r then, liallinger, Nagol und Postmaster Gen- betutlful village with good dandies and loarkabla cough remedy, Taka nochance having with your children, lntl.t on Fhiknds of Hon. W. l Kimball ar school. In the alley of the llolllng ork. 10 particularly Cough Cure. Compare carefully th wero sworn in at n Ky,. the sent of Muriou l)r, fihoop'l package ,..aiintni, tn linnnr Mm with H ,,..... eral HitchcockSaturday. Secretary tho miles from with othsrt and not tha Dr. fchoop iVl.ll,A " ..W..W White House County, where the nearest mill Is located, difference No poison marks thorel You can banquet at Lexington on his return' iraue. transferred the Treasury port- aiiuwiiero mis nun lias u goou a demanding Is an unusual opportunity for huiidsouie alwiy t bo on tha sal sldt by from Washington, whero he mado a folio to Mr. MacVeagh yesterday. homo and a profitable, well established business. The w hole proierly w 111 be sold to tho brilliant record in congress. l'ievcntic8--hos- o Candy Cold Cure highest bidder on the premises, WKDNKHDAY, MAIIOH 1UTH. llsiW, Phesident Taft has called a special Tablets will safely and .quickly cheek at Uxecutorssalo. Terms made known on term of Congress to convene March 15. all colds and tho Grip, Try them day of sale. Kor further Information, cull Sold by Penny s On or address. KfTcitllDNK, The call does not mention the object once and see T. 11, A Jt. Kxecutors, which the special session is called. Drug Store. PENNY'S MUG STORE. Brudfordivllle, Ky, for )f Itching, arm or acaip Druggists. Write for sample. .. vy, mill lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. V-,- 7. FOR SALE ''1af"jtw jsffy for snle. Will sell either or both. power boiler and engine and saw EftS Jattati ' I Democratic Ticket. MASONS' MEET. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ' NOTICE court-hous- l. ls. B. D. CARTER, Street, Phone Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. MA KIRS ....,...... w v... PUBLIC SALE! .,.. -- First Announcement. They are here and as beautiful in pattern, as catchy in style, as genius can furnish. We are speaking of our A iwo-hn- re 1 Young' Men's Clothes. They possess all the new and stylish kinks out this season; the broad and heavy padded shoulders; the long lappets; fancy flaps on pockets; cuffs on the sleeve; 3 inch turn up to the trousers; full bloomer cut. They are as near perfect as tailoring can be. Prices from $10 to $25. 1- -- aN When Ordering Clothes CONCRETING -2 PUBLIC SALE 1 k 1 H. J. McKOBERTS, PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 1 Dinwiddie New Ledgers, Journals And L. Hustonville, r. ptrms-ficnt- &Co Zemo bo-t- Cyn-thian- a, EB Safeguard the Future The r In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. QJ In Fact a Very Complete gg Undertakers and 58 (35 Embalmers. We car tjj Line of Stationery ry an line Generally. jj gg of goods. g Mahony Rankin, Ky. B B ' rcU Rkc W 8 M ppl PENNY'S DRUG STORE, N BJanford, Kentucky. $4,-03- fR INSURANCE, Fire, Life, and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. g Accident Beulah Poynter's DRAMATIZATION OF well-know- RANKIN, Cough Caution A Cor-toly- 1 c. Cough Cure Walton's .Opera House Dr. Shoop's With Ctuaw. kamanllc, l'lcturcu and (Juslnt Character. Cuiasdy, Tsars and Cflmairt. Itsaulllul Sctocry and Th Love 5tory to dar In Wununklnd. PLAY Withou t A riurur A Wrungcd Woman A Bloodthirsty Vlllala A Morlg sg.d I'araa A UallraaJ Tralo A Wrecked Aula A lleadacb Ssnsatlonsllsm EVERYBODY WANTS TO SEE "TJRNA Friday. Mch. 12th. 'ft I MBBBBMWWpWWpPT " ' " 'W'JSHRfsWI' i mmmmtmrnmmmmammimm 4 I 3 4 . To' qiinlityand irorkmnniliip and givo price, but to hnvc thctn miulu right nnil of good material you get a ' scrvlcahlo drew ntul one thnt does not lose iU hnpolinc. cAmo We Could Shut our Eyes New Suits, New Skirts, New Spring Coats, New Silk Coats. you much We Invite Comparison 3 AS m thowicr grtrinchU. nt tho Wc linvo jusl plncotl on enlo n lino of tho nbore goods that nro absolutely correct in stylif nnd priced much less than tho same good nro priced in larger towns nnd cities. Of our Sksrts with nny make. Human hand can not do nicer work than ektrt you is on these goods(thc elite kind). If we haven't your size in tho like, wo will make one to fit you. Sec the new models just in. X n SEVERANCE y The Interior Journal. BTAitroRD, 6c m SON. STANEORD KY. New clocks at Mueller's. Ky., - Maihii V, 1909 f' New assortment of local view post cards at Penny's Drug Store. In Box Some very special bargain hut tho sunnW Is llmiteil. Ask Penny's Drug Store. to sco them. l.nr PERSONALS. Bonn, to tho wife of Will David Gooch, a son. Miss StehiensoN Is visiting friends at Richmond. Rem went to Mr. John Owst-E Mr. Samuel T, Harris visited relatives at Mlllersburc last week. Miss Ellen Hallou visited relatives at Somcwet Friday and Saturday. Mas. J. E. HUCK. of Gilberts Creek, spent several days with her mother hero. has been laid up with Job's troubles for somo 10 Louisville Saturday. Suit. Garland Sinoleton Viroil Lee, of Corbln, was here Clothes French cleaned. Cook & again Sunday to sco a mighty pretty Farmer. Kirl. Fresh buttermilk and cream daily at Misses Marie and Josephine Hah-kin- Klnehart's. 4t. of I'rcstonsburg, nro guests of tho Misses Baughman. A lot of roller skntes. Miss Sadlo For Sale. Baughman, of Hustonville, was with Apply nt this ofllco. i them last week. If you want good meat call on WilOllie Fields, of Loulsvlllo, visited 47. his parents at Turnersville. Ho will kinson & Lutes. Thono soon take the management of the men's For pure garden seeds and field seeds shoo department of McGIn & Honakcr, call on T, D. Newland, Stanford. cxtensivo shoo merchants of tho Falls See odr roofing for tobacco barns City. tha best. W. K. Warner, the tinner. LOCALS. Ir is now time for your Spring sewFresh dried beef at Hopper's. ing. Call on Mrs. J. H. Colycr, Logan Plow gear at reasonable prices. G. Avenue. D. Hopper. Mr. D. M. Stephenson of this place, closed n contract to build Mr. Fresh oysters just from Baltimore. Robert L. Collier's pretty cottage at T. D. Newland. Crab Orchard. s. She my lino of wagon and buggy See my handsome lino of Spring bug J. C. McClary. gies, harness, etc. Call while you Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. have a largo assortment to select from. Address Box 196, Stanford, Ky. E. T. Pence, Stanford, Ky. s, . har-nei.1 Fresh car II. Hlggins. limo received today. Yfi L. It. Hughes T. V. Ilumhlo n n B W. O. Martin -- 5 to Notiiino worthy of mention was dono in the county court yesterday. Dn. W. N. Craig will be in his ofllco over McRoberts' drug store all this week. 2 p 7? s 3 c o. g a o ?. p S3 1 2 tn CO en 1 o Sunday was the pretlcst Spring day imaginable, but yesterday well, tho less said the better. I want to exchange lumber for a good team of mules or horses. James R, Bunch, Waynesbuag, Ky. in I. For Sale. Eggs from finely bred Barred Plymouth Rocks. Mrs. R. II. Crow, Shelby City, Ky., R. F. D. No 2. Box 28. Copy for the catalogues of the Combination Sale Co. has been handed in at this office. Over 200 jacks, stallions and business horses will be disposed of. mm Hut-tonvi- lle 3 s. c n g 3 o c n I a-- a 2. o 0 CD l o sr . 5 w f ? z a a pi V) a' a 5 I a OB 3- - u g. w 3 3 w o B 1 no e s A t I days. Dr. Woods Ocilvie, of Princeton, was the Ruest of his aunt, Mrs. J. C. Hays. MRS. T. W. Goocil and Misv Cora SlnRlcton were callers at this ofllco Saturday. Hon. Harvey Helm Is at homo from Washington looking fine. Ho will spend a week here. Middles-borMrs. Ernest Warren, of is with her parents, Eld and Mrs. Joseph llallou. Misses Dora and Minnie STRAun wcro In Loulsvlllo buying Spring and For Sale. Stanford. A able engine and trailer. power portJ. R. Powell, homo on Danville Mrs. Ave. All modern improvements. John Ellis My For Sale. ' The case of Hugh Thompson, charg' cd with the killing of Fred Uarriton, his nephew, is set for trial nt Liberty Notice. Will divide flock of sheep collected anyto suit purchaser and sell hay in 50 and States, and no 100 where in the United bale lots. Ono good stallion and charges unless vrocollect. May'a horses, cattle, hogs, etc. Sale March Agency, Somerset, Ky. 17, 1909. Bettie Spoonamore, Admx. m mi- We have moved to the G. Singleton Mrs. John F. Cash will sell her store-rooopposite tho court-houshandsome home on Danvillo Ave. at where wo will bo glad to serve our cus- auction nt 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, tomers with alt kinds of fresh meat. Mnrch 23. A good family horse, cow, Lutes & Wilkinson, butchers. Phone feed, etc., will be sold at the same time. m Notes and accounts AMERICAN BEAUTY Side 223 5' J5 Ktlimuoo Corset Co., Makers HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., -i STANFORD. KENTUCKY. o, 17. mm Summer Millinery. Louisville, Mr. Asiiiiy Warren, of mother and sisters by delighted his pay-the- m Miss Gertrude Wilkinson returned to Liberty with Miss Granccs I'ortman and spent several day's with her. Master Maurice Bruce, who has becnlll with typhoid fever for a month, say. is rapidly mending, wo aro glad to who now Mip. James T. Menefee, travels out of Rochester, N. Y , spent several days with tho homcforlks hero Prescott Brown, who has Inflammation of the heart rather than typhiod fever, as was reported, is rapidly conva- a visit Sunday. Miss Susie Cooley nnd brother, Indian-apoli- s Moso Cooley, left Saturday for to visit friends. Owing to an important business matBuff Orpington eggs for hatching; ter that has to bo acted upon at once, 50c per setting of 17, or $2 CO per hunLadies Aid Society of tho Christian dred. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Gilberts tho Church will meet on Tuesday at 2 o'4t Creek, Ky; clock instead of Saturday. A full atListen If you want to savo money tendance is desired. mil on building this year, givo me your conKilling at Craii Orchard. At a tract work. Will Stone, contractor and skating rink at Crab Orchard Saturday builder. Phono 84. night Walter Ross, aged 19, shot and For Sale. Houso and lot on East instantly killed Herbert Humber, 25, Main St, Stanford, Ky., in Graded also colored. Ross enmo to Stanford school district. Call on, or address, S. and gave himself up to Jailer Coffey, Raines, Stanford, Ky. claiming that ho had acted in self de... Baughman caught a tine of fense. A cut on Ross' chin may help Jesse in his plea of self defense. $00 in Judgo W. A. Tribble's court for him m .i On account of the large number of jacks, stallions and business horses to bo sold at tho Hustonville Combination Salo nnother day has been added March 24, 25, 2G. Jacks and stallions will bo disposed of on the first day. That popular auctioneer, Col. J. I Chandler, will cry Dr. J. B. Beck's saio near Hustonville Saturday week, March 20th. Col. Chandler's services are in great demand and it is hard frr him to answer all applications in the affirmative. y mi 12 kwve A Nice Lot of whipping his wife. He is working the line on the streets. e out on Lancaster street The store-housbelonging to thu Bourne heirs was sold at public auction Saturday and bought by Hon. J. N. Saunders for $730. lescing. Thomas Ramsey, who lives on the broSam Cordier, who got both legs Somerset road, two miles from Crab ago. ken In a wreck here somo weeks Orchard, will have a aalo of stock, was able to go to Lebanon Junction crop, household and kitchen furniture, yesterday. etc., Thursday next, 11th, preparatory and little Mil. and Mrs. K. H. Dim tu moving to Oklahoma. g Cleveland, 0.. are son, Donald, of Tom A niG crowd attended thu masquerher parents, Mr. and Mrs. ade rink Friday night and n dozen or Gooch, In the West End. Mrs. D. M. Stephenson visited her more of tho young people were masked. father. Mr. W. R. Dick, at Frazure, Mr. Walter Milburn, of this oflice. was Wayne county. Mr. Dick has been considered the best masked skater by tho judges, Misses Sarah Baughman quite sick but sho left him better. Is und Nettie Wray and Mr. George D. Mrs. Ann White, of Moreland. here. with her brother. W. H. Brown, More-lan- Hopper, and was awarded the prize of 5. S. C. Whito and Sam Murphy, of wero hero Tuesday at court. -THE moving picturo show is drawing Libcrty News. liko wildfire. Good crowds attend each Huston-vlllMiss Ella Barnette, of evening and Manager Grccnburg is praisis visiting friends at Dallas, Tex. ed for tha high order of pictures ho Is Tho I. J. was in error when It stated a giving. Tho show begins nt 7:15 and for few Issues ago that the young lady was 'an hour tho interest Is marked. If you with friends here. and you'll soon haven't been go Miss Kate Newland is hack from a get tho habit. Adults 10c; children Of. New-lano visit to her sister, Miss Jennie Follow tho crowd. at Campbellsburg. A number of given In her honor The Interior Journal published an entertainments wore excellent memorial, relative to tho lifo and sho had an excellent tlmo. Mrs. W. W. Wade and handsome and character of the late Col. T. l daughter, Mlia Mamie Southcrland Hill, which was adopted by the Lincoln Wade, of Corbln, aro visiting Mr. and County Bar. It waa written by Judge M. C. Sauflcy, a warm friend of Col. Mrs. G. W. Naylor, near Rowland. Mrs. Dr. J. M. Owens entertained Hill, and it is a production that would at a 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday In hon- do credit to tho masters. It is chasto or of Mrs. Sara Wood, of Danville. Tho in style, pure in diction and enriched occasion was one of great pleasuro and with till tho higher graces of composiwas enjoyed to the fullest. Somerset tion. Wo hope to havo apaco to reproduce it. Lancaster Record. Journal. -'' Hon. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks wero Sold Out. Mr. W. B. McRoberts, considerably hurt Sunday by tho both who has been in tho drug business hero king bolt of their runabout breaking ainco tho memory of man runneth not and boing hurled to tho ground with to tho contrary, has sold his business much forco. Tho former received n finger to Mews, W. K. Shugara and Vurney cut on tho kueo and n mashed Tanner, of McKlnney, and Invoicing whllo tho latter hid ono of her nrma will begin this morning. Mr. Shugara badly sprained. was n partner in tho New Stanford Drug livMrs. Job Fakris, who has been Co. until a fuw months ago when ho ing In Orlando, Fla., returned yester- and Mr, J. Randolph Harris sold out to day from tho land of sunshlno to again Dr. W. B. O'Bannon and Mr. 1. W. reside In old Kentucky. Mrs. Farrls Whlpp. Ho and Mr. Tanner aro both bo followed by tho remainder of will in this section to mako in tho spring and they too well known her family later an introduction necessary. Mr. will live in tho old Kentucky homestead is undecided as to his future on the Lebanon pike. While working fata many other friends Monday Mr. B. L. Guth- but the I. J. and on a house last hope he and hta excellent family will and rie fell from tha roof ate. anstaiaed sev- remain in Staaford. eral painful lflJuriee.-Advocd, e, d, Chairman Geo. L. Penny has called a meeting of the chairmen of this judito. cial district at Danville for decide on tho manner and time of nomi Our old friend, Mr. Thomas Metcalfe, nating candidates for Judge and Comprimary A of Boyle, was not without a farm long. monwealth's Attorney. He sold his magnificent bluegrass es- within the next few months is predicttate to Mr. A. J. Thompson, of this ed by this paper. county, only a few weeks ago, and on Oyster Supper. An oyster supper Friday last bought "Warrenwood,"" the will be given under the auspices of the magnificent country homo of Mrs. Jean Maccabees at Kinirsville on the evening 20. There will be Davis Warren. The place contains 3S0 of Saturday, March a musical entertainment, uo one ana acres, lies three miles from Danville on all and take your friends and have a the Hustonville pike and the price paid good time. S. B. Chevolette, W. F. Lane and W. C. Dye, comudtllir. wan KT. tho play "Lena Rivera" are laid in the Sunny South at the home of the Livingstones near Frank-fpr- t, Ky., ono of tho most beautiful and typical old mansions of the South. Tho play Is crowded with amusing incidents nnd has had an overwhelming amount of success. It Is said to bc)the most popular native play descriptive of American humor now before tho publjc. Seo it at Walton's Opera Houso Friday night, March 12. Japanese and Chinese Mattings, 12 to 35c Per Yard. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Stanford, JCy. OrSa,uzct, SS2. Capital Sioc. $50,000. Surplut and Vndividtd SProfih. S9,000. Three acts of In It Bad, - Alfred Swope, Virgil Hunt and Dud Bickle, Rowland youths, vu..n nrrpatpil nnd nlaei'd in i.lil Satur day night by Deputy Sheriff W. H. Hester, iney are cnargeu wun creasing into a car, at Rowland and stealing a lot of goods, whisky, etc., and selling Tha hnvR Rppm tn he thn orhiakv guilty beyond doubt and are in it bad. We E. irst Tfational ffiancj paid in 'Dividends since Organization, $21, 500. Snviio 9oui jfecounts on Our OFFICERS. . S. I locker, PUBLIC SALE! l'. OnTUKMPAY, MARCH S. IMH,ntioYlock m ,nt my pliicv, on Danville Arnue, I 111 oiler for wile my tioimiwlth Wim-re- i of Elsewhere will be found the official land. All of this properly l In ucxxl repair, hot iiiulroUl ater lit bain. At same limn JKfas announcement of Hon. J. Sam Owsley, and lilacs will tell 1 good family home, 1 liort, Jertey row, splendid Jr., for Circuit Judge. In connection good for turner, 1 lirood sowjiIkhu UM hales clenu with his candidacy, Mr. Owsley announ- clover imii timothy hay, Columbus bugcy, uucktioaul, mrlng nagon, buggy, harness, ces his sympathy with, nnd support of nlr-tlgstands of pees nnd nuheater, 9arit good milk cow, it brood mares. In foal by Ilaughinnu's Hummer liors", IN earllngs and ealves, 1 good pair of horse mules, com-luId hands; Jennets, three and live ) ears old, good family horse.nbout e wagon and It) barrels of corn, one harness,! new nioHerundrnte.MeCornilck; d I buggy and I harness, Tearing down tho court houso pre- plows, nnd J sets etc., of buggy harness, about HI TO hens. Household and kitchen furniparatory to building a new ono has left or ture, Male v. Ill liegln nt : A.M., sharp. tho people of Stanford without a town-cloc- k Terms mndn known on day of sale, J. II. HKCK.M. I).. with its bell to ring in caso of- a Hustonville, Ky. fire. They aro greatly missed as somo of its citizens do little but count tho stroko of the bell as tho hours pass by. Having sold mv farm, I will sell at public In caso of fire tho Interior Journal on my premises, three miles Houtlt suggests that the mayor and chief of auction of lltteiiheliu, on the road leading fiott police bo required to chase themselves Ornb Orchard to Wnym'slmrg.ou II, 11M. WKIINKSDAY.MAIU'II over town ringing cow bells. Frank- foreash III hand all my uersoual properly, I good work mare. In fort Journal. Tbo editor of tho Journal consisting ofhorse, lSburrelsof corn. foal: I 1 cow good family should not mako light of I. J.'s suggeswltlicalf, cow, fresh In June, I lielfer. 1 tearllng heifer, vearllngslceis tion to prevent tho town's going up in I IHso drill, drill with set der. I reaper, 1 mowing muchlue, 1 flames. This paper is not so much in1 top buggy, 1 double shovel plow, terested in ita own little holdings but is plows, 1 single plow, I llnrland sloe I range, 1 leather anxious to keep In tact tho Frankfort with water tank, 1 bureau. waslutand,couch, rockwardrobe, tables, chairs, dinner set. Journal man's property here, that he ing ctialr, kitchen safe,lot of flowers wash and dishes, bowl, pitcher, may return and spend bis declining many other thing too numerous to menHal to begin utVoVlook a.m. years in the best town or the map with tion. UHA11I.KH OANGLOKK. God's chosen people. Oayt. Ham lleyuoids, Auct. I g 1 two-horsbuck-boar- local option laws, and pledges himself to further its interests should he bo elected. The only other candidate so far announced Is Judge M. C. SaufJey. Mr. Owsley has served tho Thirteenth District twico as Commonwealth's and mado a most excellent official. At present ho la County Judge of Lincoln, and his popularity in nil the counties of this district assure him of a tremendous support in his raco for Circuit Judge. Hurrodsburg Herald. y, oil day of sale. Mum. merous other things. Terms made known to John K.(.'AHii,Htuuford,Ky. ! PUBLIC SALE HATUUIIAY.MAHOII SO, MV. Iv.HI sell nt nuhllo auction at my farm. ueiirIIuston!lle,onthoMt.Hnlem pike, on President:, S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, t; DIRECTORS. F. Reid, J H. Uaughman, M D. Ulmore, J, M. Pettus, II. C. Baughman, J. F. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Rcbinson. W. B. O'Bannon J. S. Hocker, C. E. Tate. Big Combination iSale OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses, Stallions and Jacks, To be Held at PUBLIC SALE! Hustonville, Ky., March Write for Entry BlanKs. 24 & 25. 1 Entries Close March lQth. 1 The Hustonville CombinatioiVSale Company HUSTONVILLE.IKENTUCKY. .m lint'i 'jftrmj MaaMMHMwaM r trww vftT"r' T "vwr9 FARMER'S DEPARTMKHT. 70,-Llb- fwsaps BTEJP V . I. JU m it D. W. Tomes sold to Junction parties crty 200 barrels of corn for ?3 Stanford at News. It. S. Scuddcr bought of John D. neond-da- tt matter. Goodloe, of Madison, a flno three-yea- r, old maro by Rex Peavino for a fancy price. No.Jl.Houth.UiMp. M. Smith T. Powell, Jr., of Hustonvllle, No.sa.Koutti.llaO A M. No.l,North,l:(0 A. v. was showing his flno stallion, Almont M. No. W. North, 5.ST P. No. n, 10.47 . M. Dare, to tho court crowd Monday, No.rt.tiWP. M. Liberty News. Sam Hlldreth's Joe Madden won tho JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Los Angeles Derby before tho smallest that has witnessed a good runThe Truth Every person in this city who is suf ning raco In years. Strawberry authorities say that tho f..:n (mm FVrrmn. PimtllcS. Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis crop will bo a short ono this season on case, can find relief and be permanent- account of tho protracted drouth last year destroying many of tho plants. ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid A horse can live 23 days without solid external use. All durggists sell ZEMC food, merely drinking water; 17 days PENNY'S DRUG STORE. without either eating or drinking, and only five days when eating solid food without drinking, A black sow came to my placo about Surgoon Dontlst, tho lGth of Fcbrurary. Weighs 200 STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. pounds. Owner can get samo by pay Ing for this notlco nnd her keep. W. OfBco over McRoberU' Drug Store in II. Murphy, Stanford, Ky. II. L. Francis, of Paint Lick, told a the Owsley Building. saddle stallion at Lexington for $000. John W. Hill, of McCreary, sold to Tobacco and Tobacco Floyd Curtis, of Paint Lick, a three year old jack for ?500. Lancaster Record. Nothing But D. C. Chatham sold to Dick Gentry a pair of mules for $350, ha also sold to Howard VanArsdall a pair for .$350. Howard VanArsdall sold to Dick GenThe Insurance Mm, try a pair of maro mules for $450. The Interior Journal. J.. .ra' .... - -- J rJ- - 11 MMS 4 L. SN. TI7VTETHBLE BBBBBBBBBBBBaBiBBBBBHS'MIHRHIarBHiaBBBBBBl BBB5il HHnyflK ...MbWmbMIIbbbMbmB iiflBflflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlLVfcflH9 'J taBBBHHaBr BBBBHflBBH BBBBBBBBBUBBBBB1 iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH " ' BIhBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKlBBBBBBBBlhaBBBBBBBBBl HIHIiHHIHNHaBBBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBBBBHnSaTBIBBBBBBBBBBBH VBBBBHHM9BHBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb1 ' ' A. S. PRICE, BBBBBBbVNUBBB bijibbbbbbbbbbmbvH Insum larnt. Insurance. o' l9r'k amVl HHH BBBBBBHhBBH nBBBBVtaBBBX. . iiiiiiiiiiiiMBiv' ffiW' 7' -- 'VBBIHk'4' iBLb1bibTbbHbb. liiBDBHBhkBBBBBWiBBBjv iJBBVPUJTflBKiBBk SiCI! 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If Llko or the Likeness of lieve "I.tkelioRets some Ancestor" nnd linvo a strictly good cow.you should nvnll yourself of his lie will be allowed to sen o n limited number of approved, registered cos outof our own herd tils year, for a fee of side IS each. Make engagement before sending OTTKK, KKII cow to be bred. hands at $125 to $165. The horse marStanford. Ky. Telenhone 80. TC. It l'n lnin tnnfTr thri',1 nxtrH ehnlro ket was quiet. bull cahiN that will be sold nt right prices. Competitive bids for 600,000 pounds of association tobacco were opened at Hopkinsvillo Friday and Tandy & tho Fairleigh were found to be the highest Toucan find our Standard freatesl bloi ana liver meuicino) et Known bidders. Their bid was in excess of tho Rlieumntlstu. Halt Hbeuiu. Kid' ney Trouble nnd nil discuses urUIng from price set by the association's graders immim hlnfxl it has no eiiual. It is manu and it is thought that General Manager factured under the pure food net of June at), IWHS.nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer It Bwing will agree to tho sale under the theltemedy Is taken according to directions nnd 11 neorsncis not uenemiu uy mu use recent agreement made by the recal of tho llemedvwe wlllrefuud sour money. We can do nothing more. hncli package citrant farmers of Christian county. contains 201 doses with a registered gunrnu-tcean- d mulling curd with full Instructions. CHURCH MATTERS. We send It to any nddress by mull on receipt of II per pnekngo or six packages for If taken In 15. Belter order ii box Though the two automobiles pur time you might sine n big doctor's bill. Itemeinber If you take the Ilomedy accord-In- g chased for his use have arrived, Mr. to Instructions and are not bcnelltcd, you get jour dollar back. ou will not Taft walked to church Sunday morn nnu wie renieuy in urug stores iur saie. it ing and In the afternoon ho rodo his J la sold only by on rem iv nuinorueu agents newly-bougIlfcUHEN WILLIAM, Agent. saddle horse. The Sunday school of tho Christian church is growing rapidly. Every teachBuy er was present Sunday morning and tho attendance numbered 210; within four Hides and of the largest number ever recorded. Woo! The collections amounted to $3.60, The Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng, ' church was crowded Sunday morning CoUen SeaUYtDowRool), May Apple, when Rev. D. M. Walker preached one Cinger, etc We lie dealers) Wild of the ablest and best sermons he has etiiUtJied u 1656 "Orer Hall a cedar in Loujm3e given his hearers during his sojourn sod can do better for you than e. Harrodsburg Herald. The business element of Richmond has Inaugurated a movement to givo a Horse Show in the Madison county capital about the middle of July, and if tho plans recently mapped out materialize an exhibition will be given for three nights in the big amphitheater at the Madison county fair grounds. Stanford Court. On account of the severe rain of yesterday few people came to court and business generally was dull. There were hundreds of cattle on the market, but buyer and seller were far apart and not much was done. A number of aged mules changed llLV 'BBBBBBBBLl .VJbbbbbbbbLH ii 1 m Hf II IV p jj if &, SbWbbbbH 'bbbbbbbbbbI HV Vr'f i ViSlBBr vLbLH hW St X 'f' I t '" OVScPbbbbV lv 'BBLBT 'fc. ZW "vBl- 'LbbbbbbVLbbbbbI f-f- s$J j -- - i. B11111111111V BBBBBV bbbbbbbbbbbT' BBBBBBBkW 4W V ' ' BBkV' SrijH-BBB- t'".-, M. V Mb. t- iBBBy , M v , ., ;j I II At McKinney, Ky., iWo FURS jflSkUS Scene from grots or commuHoo mcrcKsats. Referent? , any DuVia LouunZe. Writs (or wctUy price tut sad tHprioz Up. here. M. Sabol St Sons, LOUISVILLE, KY. The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen In the red face, Lands and body of th A little son of II. M. Adams, of Henrietta, Pa Ills awful plight from eczema bad, for five years, delled all remedies and battled the best doctors, who said the poisoned blood had affected his luncs and nothing could llk. ' mtkm' M 1 h j VW - I Jk i WtiMm m-- m.-- v H Hi ibH. kkl bbt 1 I iflkBBkl LH Mr' w9 BBBBBBkH ikkkkkkkkkH BBBBBBBBkH BBBBBBBBBBBBb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkH 4 w bH Prt "- - P M 7E 'BadfllBl 'Wt.y.y: mkkwPMBV.. $3 'Y'kW ' , kkkl V J. , w i V. iflkkkV bMbbbH " ..BiiBflBklBkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkBB "LENA RIVERS" at Walton's Opera House next Friday Night, March 12. Ve believe wo have tho best and moat correct check rower Corn Planter on the market, Z29 E. Mirket St. "He superior." it J.L.Beazley&Co., 'r i Cull nnd see planter that runs loth odgo and flat drop plates. pleasure iu rcfering you to Sir. U. G. Gootle, gavo it it AVc tnlce bbhbbbVbW i BBBLH h ' .'1 K ' HSJSb UndertaKers and Embalm. ers. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for all. Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right save him. "Hut." writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric DItters completely cured him " For Eruptions, Ecema, Salt Itheum, Bores and Blood Disorders and Kbeumatism Electric Hitters Is supreme, Only COc. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. William Marshall Bullitt, Robert II. Winn and Judge E. C. O'Rear held a conference In Frankfort, at which it was decided to push Mr. Winn's claims for Judge Cochran's placo on the bench should the Kentucky judge (succeed who thorough trial last jcar. Doooaaaa JF J j BBBBBBBBBBLBBk - J fc V Mi" w& W. H. HIGCINS, 4 4 Stanford, Kentucky. C M I Judge Richards. m STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, fi uy -11 Thecleverest Imitation of real ColTce ever jet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It Is flno In flavor and is made iu just one'mlnute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, eto. Sample ftee. Sold by Peony's Drug Store. The exports from the United States less in January, 1900, were $50,000,000 than in January, 1908. a a Che Lincoln County national Bank or Stanford. Capital, Surplus, Resources, Kentucky. SWUNG IS IIKHK nnd men, women ami cYildrou uro tircJ of wearing Shoes. Our styles this season, wo think, aro tho prettiest and most stylish of any bIiocs that uro initde. In gun mctuli, patent leathers, box calve, velours nuu vicis they uro unexcelled. When it comen to O. K. Coino anil select , blood nhoes and Oxfords you need not go uuy further. until your heart's content. Everything new. This rchmhi's goods, l'ricen All tho way from n f()c baby shoo to a 84 Crowett. Call uro pleaRing. around nntlsco our Hue before you buy elsewhere. Will tako plcamro in showing y'ott our line. their old Winter ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD, KY. $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 . - .Mr A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loobened with Dr Shoop's Cough Hemedy No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold 8: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W, M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, by Penny's Drug Store. J. O. REI0, ASSISTANT CASHIER J. B. PAXTON, J. W.RQCHESTER.JELLER. Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides Furs Hens lie. Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 tolOc. l-- FARM FOR SALE! Undertaker.' Cmbalmer and Dealer lri!Karnet,:taddlery( STANFORD, KY- e. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER DIRBOTORSi ermM,i. iiohi:puod acre, of good llue grass The farm of land, lying ono mile NortU of lc Kinney .on lkv. Iinnrotfftnents- - and tb Htnufortt (vnctuK good; plenty of wuW and .fruit. 1M itores of timbered land oua uillu Also East of WeKlnneTilialf under fences plenty of water aim good tobacco land. Hoe grow, J.A.OIVKNH.Agent. n.oron. 110 J. B. 8. II. Shanks, Stauford; Geo. V. Cartor, Stanford John B. Foeler, SUufonl; W. H. Bkanks, Stauford; ,T. 0. Ban-kiLaaewtor; J. BrPaxtou,, Stanford; W, HTrmylor, GilberU Creek; K. L. Hubble, LueuUr; W, ' 11. Cuwiaiwi, Prttckersville; Lilburu Ovrslev, Stanford; Qooch, GilberU Creek. Turkeys 12 to 14c , Scrap. Iron., A Rubber. Guineas 20c a Pied. H. Ek NORTftfcbtt. Stanford; ky! Ducks lOto 10 Geese 6 to 7c. 1- -2c. . i &"