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Allen Ilunn, of Uulawlllo, Is visiting hla old neighbors nml friends hero this bargain In n J farm, week. Dr. Lafayette Sproul, who lived near hero and practiced medicino IS years ago, died recontly In Williamsburg, aged about 70. Will Cabell arrived Sunday from Chattanooga, having been notified of tho serious Illness of his mother, Mrs. Francew Cabell. Hudson Bohon left Sunday for Mt, Auburn, 111., and Horace Bohon left for London In tho Interest of the Kentucky Wagon Company. Soma of our farmers nro great economists. This is shown by their selling what they can not eat, nnd eating what they can not sell. Howard Camnltz left Sunday for West Uaden, Ind., where the Pittsburg Nationals spend 10 days bcloro going stay. to Hot Springs for a Tho numerous friends In Kentucky of George L. Carpenter will bo glad to learn of tho rapid Improvement in his health sinco his arrival at Henderson vllle, N. C. Entries to tho combination horso sale here on the 24th, 25th and 2Cth arc coming In so rapidly that the secretary has had to employ an assistant to keep up the entries and assist in other clerical two-wee- tf acres of which is fino corn and tobacco river bottom land. The balance i good grass land with splendid Improvements, good neighborhood, on rural route. Prico $8,000; terms reasonable. Address River Hottom, box 82, Hustnnville, Ky. It. 1'uiil.io Sale. -- I will at my home at Hustnnvillo nt 2:80 r. M., Saturday, March 13, sell tho following personalty, consisting of n grey family maroU years old, ono rubber tired Moycr buggy, ono a'teel tired LaPortc buggy, two sets buggy harness, ono saddle and bridle, about four dozen quarts of fruit, ono writing desk, one half bed for children; several other things too numerous to mention. Terms inado known on day of sale. Chas, Lute. Hustonvilic, Ky. MIDDLEDURG. A. II Royalty has moved Into tho Kelsay property at Yosemlto, Green river got on nnothcr tear Monday and our people hid grave fears of another washout. Work on tho foot bridges washed out by the lato high tido, has begun and It will not be long until we can go to sec our neighbor, Yosemite. A warraht for tho arrest of ono Carman, was sworn out Tuesday charging him with using abusive language to Cornelius Floyd nnd W. T. n Campbell. Tho parties livo in the section. Steuben Godby was down from Sunday. James Winkle has moved to High Uridgc. L. W. of Lincoln county, attended court at Liberty. Mrs. Helen Carter is in Louisville buying Spring millinery. Mrs. H. C. Estos is quite sick. The Ruptist people here will dispense with chandeliers In the church and install a gasoline plant for lighting the church. The chandeliers have never given satisfaction and besides gasoline is cheaper. It. B. Young, Dr. C. H. Creech nnd Miss Mary Hryant havo the matter in hand and will tako subscriptions from members of tho church. March 23th will be Missionary Day nt the Usptist church here. Tho Sunday school will havo a missionary lesson and Ruv. J. L. Owens will preach on the Wall-tow- NEWS NOTES. Ollin S. Shirley, a labor leader, was BRODHEAD. Several from Crab Orchard attended tho Barnes meeting hero last Sunday. On account of the revival at tho Baptist church, Rev. Sipple of tho Methodist church, postponed his services last Sunday. This should be noted and Rev. Sipplo given a good congregation the 1st Sunday in April. Tho Barnes revival at the Baptist church is still in progress at this (TuesLargo crowds arc day night) writing. attending and a great deal of Interest is being taken by all denominations. About 40 additions to the church, nearly all of them for baptism. Virgil Mnrtin has taken charge of his father's form two miles south of here and as soon as somo repairs have been mado on the house ho will move there. Virgil is ono of the boys who has never contracted the railroad fever but is perfectly satisfied driving mules. Ed R. Gentry, who has been attending tho Law Department of tho University of Kentucky nt Louisville since last October Is now at home. Mr. Gentry is a candidate for surperintendent of public schools In Rockcastle and stands a fair show to be nominated, which means an election. Mrs. Elizabeth Sowder, mother of merchant W. H. Sowder, and who has been an invalid for more than 30 years, surprisod the people a few days - ago while at church by getting out of her Invalid's chair and walking over the floor shouting and shaking hands with every one. This is no mistake as we are informed that Mrs. Sowder has been walking a few steps at intervals for some time. It loooked for a whllo last Monday that wo were to have a repetition of the high water of two weeks ago but tho streams were not near so high. P. E. Shivel claims tho high water two weeks ago damaged him $150. Dr. Gravely and R. S. Mnrtin also suffered some damage. Dr. Walker Owens, of Pongo, had a valuable pair of mule3 to drown while attempting to cross a swollen stream. Mrs. Iiottie Brown has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robt. Albright, at Rowland. Misses Eva and Lela Al bright, who havo been going to school in Pineville, are now at home. Miss Emma Evans, of London, is visiting her uncle, W. T. Evans here. Miss Alza Brown, of Mt. Vernon, was with Mrs. J. W. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Owens, of Spiro, attended the meeting here. Mrs. Anna Shumate has moved from Mt. Vernon to this place and is occupying tho houso vacated by Alex Tyree. Mrs. Shumate will likely keep a boarding house. shot to death nt Roswell, N. M. citJames W. Cantrill, a izen of Shelby county, Is dead, aged 70. A Negro wan burned In the public square at Rockwell, Texas, for assaulting a white girl. A tornado swept over a portion of Arkansas, causing much damage to property and some loss of life. James II. Taylor, ono of tho citizens of Owcnsboro, dropped dead of heart failure in a store there. As tho result of n difficulty over n tobacco plant bed, Tom Tierney stabbed Ira Hud in the heart In Hancock county. well-know- n best-kno- Uy n decision of tho Missouri Su- Or-vil- lo preme Court the Stundard and Republic oil companies aro driven from tho State. Don Luis. Pro to, a millionaire ranch owner, merchant nnd pioneer of Arizona, was shot from ambush and Instantly kilted. Thirty or more persons wero killed by tho tornado which swept lirinkley, Ark., and tho property 'damago Is estimated at $1,000,000. Delaware, which still retains tho whipping post, broke her record Monday when 2,295 stripes wero laid across the backs of 18 offenders. The Russian Government has determined to abate, so far as possible, tho Infliction of capital punishment and the application of martial law in ordinary You can9! Go Wrong In Style, in Quality, in if Tailoring, in Fit, you wear one of our crimes. who was killed on tho Rolling Fork a Because his wife joined a euchro club few months ago by his uncle, Hugh and paid 25 cents a week with which to Thompson. buy prizes for members, John L. Two largo sides of bacon disappeared of Pittsburg, has refused to supfrom the smoke houso of W. P.Carson. port her. Tho bloodhounds having gono to Pino The scarcity of oak, from which all Knott tho thief was not caught, but in whisky barrels are made, will soon -- be the future one of tho best dogs f will bo coln serious problem for tho distillers, acleft at homo. cording to the president of tho National James J. Dryo, who was n resident Coopers' Association. of tho West End for many years, and Frank Smith, of Rowling Green, was many friends and relatives in who had painfully hurt while hanging n picture this locality, died in Caldwell, Kas., at his home. It fell and the broken last week, aged 82. Ho spent most of glass cut otf the end of his nose, which his lifo around here. wns replaced with stitchrs. Tho Peavyhouso Tobacco Co. has In a decision handed down by Judge e bought a lot of 100 feet front on Smith McPhcrson at Kansas City it is by COO feet back, upon Avenue, held that tho Missouri fare law which they are preparing to build a subject of "Missions." Preparations and maximum freight rato aro confis largo tobacco warehouso and dwelling. along the line of missions nro being catory and tho statute, therefore, in Work on tho warehouse will be com- made by tho officers and teachers of pleted by Juno 1st and tho dwelling la- tho Sunday school and it is the purpose valid. The dead body of Isaac Ashby was ter on. of all to have a general mission rally. found in the barn lot of Jnmes Cheek, wero called Lair and his bloodhounds Mrs. Hello Hall, wife of Albert Hall, near Mt. Eden, Shelby county, by tho to Pino Knott Thursday, where a store died Friday after a short illness. Rev. sons. Heart disease is believed had been robbed. All parties having J. Q. Montgomery conducted the funer- tatter's cause us no marks of been kept nway from tho scene, a good al services at the Christian church nt to have been the scent was taken and the trail followed Yosemite, Bfter which tho remains violence wero found on the body. Heartbroken becauso his dream of 27 miles to a depot, whero the culprit were brought here nnd interred. Mrs. having an intercontinental railroad to had been seen to get on a freight train Hall was 50 years old, was the mother open to commerce the fertile valleys of going South. A good description or tho of eight children, nil of whom are KINGSVILLE. riding between two living, and they with their father are Central and South America had never thief, who was seen materialized, Hinton Rowan Helper, Mr. Cicero Reynolds was here last oil tank cars, was sent South with tho left to mourn the loss of a loving moth former United States Consul General week surveying. hopo of catching him. er and devoted wife. at Buenos Ayrcs, committed suicide at E. G. Gilliland sold the horse adverMorcland. one of our suburban vilWashington. tised in the I. J. to Craig Horton for lages, hss taken on a second growth in McKINNEY. and is forging $150. tho last fow months Big Pond. Nenr Death In Mr. L. H. Nunnelley, of this place, is Sebastian Chivoletto and John Hart ahead of Its town It was n thrilling experience to Mrs. aro building a dwelling for Marion Wilhotel building by Abo Minks, visiting his sun, T. G. Nunnelley, nenr . A new t fi a death, Killer liams on a lot purchased from Kobin late of Liurcl county, has been erected Huatuiiville. Miss Corn Singleton's school closed severe lung trouble gavo mo Intense Rigney opposito tho depot. nnd it would bo an ornament to any suffering," fcho wrltos, '"and several A. G. Cokcr filled his appointment nt country town. A State bank has been Friday. It was the school that B. W. timet nearly caused my death. All for a brick Hubble begun to teach, but gave up. Pleasant Point tho first Sunday in organized nnd ground broken Mr. Harry Jacobs, after looking remedies failed and doctors said I was March. He preached some interesting olllce. 1U capital stock will be $15,000 Incurable Then Dr. King's New Dis- sermons to a well filled house. There bo oillcered by H. H. King, around considerably, has decided to still covery and it will brought quick rollof and a cure will bo preaching at Pleasant Point president; engage in tho marble business at this president; Dr. Pipes, vice thought of moving to o permanent that I have not been twico a month instead of once. Mr. Wllhoit, orOwcn county, cashier place. He once troubled In twolvo years." Mrs. Soper Stanford. Milford Vaught bought of Mrs. Hiland general manager. wonA. W. Shoso and family, of East lives In Dig l'ond, I'a. tworks ton a building lot. W. C. Dye sold to On Thursday afternoon the ladies' Cold,SoroLungs, Major Smith his houso and lot for $500. Missionary-Societ- y met with Mrs. Crit Hend, N. C , arrived here Saturday and ders In Coughs and Hemorrhage, La Grippe, Asthnia, Ho also bought of Smith his house and RilTo was leader and had a havo gono to housekeeping at tho place Rifle. Mrs. Wright ' formerly lived. Croup, Whooping Cough and all lot for $725. J. W. Thompson bought fine program which was highly enjoyed where Judge HronchUl affections. 60o nnd Si. of W. D. Murphy three acres of land movby thoso who met to do honor to the U. W. Hums and T. O. Bivin are' Guaranteed by Sallio Elkin, who ing to Sadioville, whero Mr. Harris will Trial bottlo free. for $150. district managor, Miss in tho marble business. We re- Penny's Drug Store. gavo n helpful, inspiring talk. All enago up, but Slayer. Kills Would-B- e A well dressed, good looking young hearts wero rejoiced to receive seven gret very much giving them adjournment hope it will be profitable to them. After A merciless murderer Is Appendinow members. woman, about 25 years old, who regisSquire Dudderar hold court here u tered at tho Maxwell House, at Natjh-vill- citis with many victims. Hut Dr. Mm. Rlffo served refreshments In the hospltablo stylo and her few days ago. Not much business of as "Lucilo Bates, Illinois," was King's New Life Pills kill it by preven true Kentucky mis(Tnr wnrn fullv annreciated. Tho Importanco was transacted. One found dead in her room. Morphine Is tion. They gently stimulate stomach, ,wt ,Aftncr will ho on Aoril 1 at 2 t, demeanor trial, G. W. Koger against the supposed cause. She left a note liver and bowls, preventing that clog. Dock Burton, colored, for drawing a saying alio had $3 and fow friends and glng that invites uppendleitis, curing M. at the homo of Mrs. hmnwtt flic Tho Range to buy; n full saver; a money maker ELKCTRIC RANGES case was unique Sho requested Constipation, Ulllousness, Chills, MaCormack, to which all members are cor- gun on Koger. Tho was alone responsible. to baker. Alarge liue of fcelect from and wo will appreciate a call. tho best dially lnylted. Miss Elkin went from in somo respects. Tho squlro had that her clothing be sent to Mrs. How- - laria, Headache and Indigestion. 25c and used as n witness and the el Tatum, at Hooneville, Ark. Upon at Penny's Drug Store. hero to Somerset, carrying with her tho be sworn attorney for tho defense was Mr. Flor- being notified, Mrs. Tatum ordered the best wishes of all. be rising ence. Ho was tho only ono who could body well taken care of, Baying that J. MATRIMONIAL. At last Danville seems to administer thefath and ho refused to from her Kip VanWInkle slumber and dn so until 'Mr. Hurch persuaded him. D. Thayer was coming to tako charge. Davis McMurtry Caldwell and Miss i. ..Mrntw thn mantlo which Provi Simple Romedy For La Grippe. Anna Frances Clem, of Junction City, dence, prosperity and progress have in marriago Tuesday. StateA Religious Author's La grlppo coughs are dangerous as wero united placed at her disposal. It is easily withWood Burnside and Miss Lena Rig- ment. population frequently develop Into pneu they in her grasp to troblo her county people, Itov. Josenh II. Fespcrson, Salis monia. Foley's "Honoy and Tar not ney, popular Garrard and business in a short time, provided were married at the brido'a home in It and will take tho first bury. N. C. who Is tho author of sev only stops tho cough but heals and she wants Lancaster bv Eld. F. M. Tinder. Tho steps necessary to secure it. Build an ral books, wrlles: "For boveral strengthens the lungs so that no seri- brido Is tho daughter of W. O. Rigney. Intorurban line from Danvillo to Stan- years I was atUletcd with kldnoy trou ous results need bo feared. Tho genIn Letcher county Elihu P. Stollard, suddenly ulno Foley's Honey and Tar contains ford, thenco to this place and on to Lit- ble and last winter I was Miss Bettie Sergent, Mlllodgevllle, stricken with a sovero pain In my kid no harmful'drugs and Is In a yellow aged 80, married tle Untaln via Moreland. 12. Tho bride wore a short dress and FOR RATES APPLY T8 IWAL MANABER Junction City or Shelby City. Tho right nevs and was confined to bed eight package. Refuse substitutes. Now shortly before her marriage expressed and at a days uuablo to Bet up without assis- Stanford Drug Co of way can bo easily secured EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY regret at having to glvo up her dolls reasonable cost. Cumberland Falls will tance. I commenced taking Foley's Nfi'frtiTr daughter learning to play and playUfings. "Is your soon be harneasod by an Eastern Com- Kldnoy Remedy, and the pain gradual by note!" pany for electrical purposes and it iw nlintoil and llnully cossod. I cheer tho piano fill"My three year old boy was badly If "Certainly not," answered Mr. Cum Horn would bo a big subscriber to Danville fully recommend Foley's Kldnoy "We always paylcash." constipated, had a high fever and was rox severely. ' stock for this enterprise to furnish tho cdy." NowStanford Drug Co. in an awful condition. I gave him Leader. power. The Southern lino then of Lextwo dosos of Foley's Orlno Laxative m Gov. Willson has announced his ac-- i ington's business would be tho Ken Pains of women, head pains, or any and tho next morning the fever was tho Busitucky river, whllo DaTHville's with tho ceptance of an Invitation of 20 minutes sure, with pone and he was entirely well. Fo ness Men's Club of Nashvillo, to visit pain stopped la proper push would reach Ciattanooga See ley ' Orlno Laxative saved bis lifo. y and deliver addresses In Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. QWIs. New and would be the metropolis oi a terri- their city M. C. full formula on 25o. Uox. Sold by A. Wolkush, Caslmer, a DroDOSed neW Y. tory whose tributaries reach beyond fnrtknranea of Stanford Drur Co. Penny's Drug Store building there, to cost 1200,000. I A. Kentucky. Or-re- ll, work. Joe Garrison, of Dunnvillc, died on the 2.1th, of the white plaguo, aged 47. He was tho father of Fred Garrison, Hus-tonvil- le Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. 1 They are reliable in all the things a well dressed man looks for. The 4test in fabrics, orings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. Dnn-vlll- ' Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. sister-Milledgo- ville. "Forjr'i e, GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE m you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best andPur- est Drugs, Call on me. W. B. AJfc the wtAwH of McRoberts01 u m A. j. .ifcaU. ' ' id-Si4jaJ,- jri , - MUaBafr.' The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Xlrrcer county. 1. a candidal)? for Attnrnpjrof this, the 1.1th Ju tllclaltllitrlctsuhjon to the nctlun of the party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY. JR.. i n rnniiiuntn lor circuit jungr m nil. district, suhjrct to tfio action of the Democratic party. M. C. SAUFLEY In n candidate for circuit JiulRf of this, tho Jtth judicial district, suhjvct to the nctlon oi me urmocrauc puny, Democratic Ticket. Kor Htato Hcnntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor Itrprcentatlve, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY KorJConuty Attorney, W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE KorShcrld. W. L. McCAHTY For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER For Jtillcr, DINK FARMER For A .lessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hchools, GARLAND SINGLETON ForJ.Coroner, ""' I GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htnnford District, ' JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Htnnford District, I.M.BRUCE V F 1 For Magistrate Grab Orchard District, J.iWARD MOORE For Magistrate IustonvllltI)Istrlct, J. K. HELM, SR For Maglstrafe'Waycesburg District, IOHN M. CAMDEM For ConstableWuyncstiurg District, JOHN G.I BAUGH r I Here and There. Gov. Willson don't wantjany crap hooting around him. William Wilson, Reuben P. Munday, aged 71, is dead Negro educator and cona at Versailles. nected with tho custodian's office at Tho 42nd Joint senatorial ballot was Frankfort, was caught in a gamo in tho taken by tho Illinois Legislature withconsultation room of tho Court of Ap- out result. peals and tho governor had him disFormer Congressman W. J. Stone, of charged forthwith. Kuttawn, and tho widow of R. W. at It's a very cold Saturday night and Chambers werefmarried E. Henderson. Tho homo of Norman Mack, chairSunday that Lexington doesn't report a shooting, cutting or killing. Frank- man of tho Democratic National Comfort State Journal. Cut out thoso mittee, was destroyed by flro in Bufsaloons you aro advocating and wo'll falo. Urey Jones, on trial at Muscatine, wager tho Blue Grass Capital will show la., for tho murder of Mr, and Mrs. a change for the better. Vanwinkle, committed suicido In tho TllF. Nebraska Legislature adjourned county jail by hanging. in order that its members might atFivo persons wcro drowned in tho tend a hanging. The solons of that Alabama River at Montgomery as a reState must be a morbid set. sult of the rising waters which followed tho storm of Tuesday night. POLITICAL. Four speeches havo been made in tho t trial at Nashville and A. M. Marshall, of Campbellsville, Coopcr-Sharptwo more aro to be made. Tho case has voted in 17 presidential elections. Congressman A. O. Stanley, of tho will likely go to the jury Rev. Father Erasmus Anelon, of St. Second district, has announced for re Stanislaus church, Newark, N. J., was election. A local ODtion bill has been defeated killed and a domestic was wounded by In the lower house of tho Pennsylvania three men as a result of a mysterious shooting. Legislature. The government's case against tho Georce T. Oliver, of Pittsburg, was named as tho Republican candidate for Standard Oil Company was brought to United States Senator to succeed V. U an abrupt close in Chicago, Judge Anderson Instructing the jury to return a Knox. Senator Bailev. of Texas, visited the verdict of not guilty. White House for the second time in his life, he said, the first time being many EGGS FOSALE ! yearn ago Thoroughbred H.C. Ilrown leghorn eggs, There is a general opinion existing in from selected stock. Washington that Mr. Taft will appoint Ul'MHKLIi MtOWN. Htnnford, Ky. President Fairbanks as ambas sador to England. FRUIT ft ORNAMENTAL TREES. Franklin Macveagh, of Chicago, took the oath of office and entered upon his duties as Secretary of the Treasury in Kvery thing for Orchard, Lawn and Our. den. Write for catalogue. President Taft's Cabinet. II. K. lIlM.KNMKYKIt A HONH. Luxlngtou, Ky. The Nebraska Legislature passed a on hotel beds bill providing that sheets CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! must be 90 inches long and that each guest must be given a clean towel. I can furnish the nubile Willi tho best, as President Taft has announced his in- whII as thi- - freshest of cut itowern, plants tit tention of appointing John W. War- nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers,of on short notice. Also make a specialty wreaths rington, of Cincinnati, to sccceed the for for funeral pur)otea. aliove, I In connection with tho hae all late Judge Richards on the Circuit kinds of vegetables ou hand at reasonable prices. Court of Appeals bench. CIIIllHTMANdltKKNIIOUHKH. Kll llflllUHIl, l'KOK. Having been practically completed by Htanford, Ky the tariff framcrs, portions of the new tariff bill were sent to tho government well-know- n o ex-Vi- Alfalfa, hogs and rattlo com to nutter Co. Hend for list of Improved farms. Address, J. R. WK.HT, Augusta, Kai. If You Want To Crow Corn, FOR SALE I power boiler and engine and sawmill for sale Will sell either or both. Oil as. K.Nmt.iK, Ottrnhelm, Ky. 1'ostofllce, Waynesburg, Ky, r , . The Jenph PrlM Sinattrlum, North jincaler,Htreet, Stanford. Kentucky. Kor Treatment of Diseases of tho Kyc, No.e, Throat, Kar, tlenlto-l'rlnarllclnl Nervous Hyitem nnd hurgery. s, MASONS' MEET. Lincoln UxIgoNo. on. K. A A.M. will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month, at 7:: o'clock In their hall on Main street, Ky. Memteniof si. ter lodges are fraternally lnt Iteil to lie present. II. U I'enuy, W.M..T. W lVunlngtoii,Hec. Htan-fonl, i v. ' Nitlci Ptultry Raliart Now-Is l-4l ! v the tlnioof year to feed your fowls a good tonic, cures Cholera, (lanes, ltoup, canker and l.linlf rnerk, when fed as a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay. Trice at cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist, Oeo.Kl'e liny, try It under the guarantee, Ask lor booklet on diseases of poultry. ,1? Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. MA tRI K i B. . CARTER. Now Livorv Depot Stroot, Phone 06, First Announcement. They are here and as beautiful in pattern, as catchy in style, as genius can furnish. We. are speaking of our They possess all the new and stylish kinks out this season; the broad and heavy padded shoulders; the long lappels; 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. -2 STANFORD. KEWTUCKY. cientiflc preparation foi external use. Stop itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases-- Ecxema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. Rosa Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. ZEMO, a Eczema is Curable Young' Men's Clothes. M, j -- ' Penny's Drug Store. CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting, such as lllock Work, rnvements and. In fact, wo can make any thing from r house down to n fence post. We can sen you promptly nnd guarantee llr.i--V- s work and material. Call and get our prices before ) ou buy your material at least t THE steamship Michigan, which came tire measure will be put in type this over for a cargo of wheat, returned week. "without it as the shipper cancelled the Judge James Denton has announced order because of the grain being so that he will not make the race for the higb. The vessel had to take TOO tons republican nomination for circuit judge, of water in her tanks in lieu of cargo. so it is now almost certain that Mr. in order to give her the proper stiffen will have no opposition for tho ing forthe trip across. She was book juicy plum. Somerset Journal. ed to take CO, 000 bushels of wheat, but only 1,088 bushels were forthcoming. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. oldest daughwas granted a divorce from W. II. Leavitt at Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Leavitt and her mother appeared in the court of Judge Cornish and both alleged that Leavitt had not contributed to the support of his wife, There was no defense. Mrs. Leavitt "was granted tho custody of the two printers. It is expected that tho en- NOTICE tho hours M on I I will, between M. and 4 o'clock i oft o'clock A m 5 cost ami iwnalty. The amount Include--in. Iter cent, penalty and cost of ndtertlsliig: Carpenter, Jennie and Dorlo IW7-lis Hi 4 MONDAY, MARCH . ltHO, In front ot tho court-houdoor In H!an ford, Ky., sell at public outcry to the high est ami tiesi nuitier lor cii.li ill nanii tne ioi aw .. aaa. ,'. ujA't . va b. aaiaawaa aa nuiui) . I.. It. PHILLIPS H. J. AlcROBBRTS, BROS., STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Stanford, Ky. Treasurer Htanford Uraded School M fin in, f i Ruth Bryan Leavitt, ter of William J. Bryan, citizen R. II. Boggess, a of Lawrenceburg, died after a long illness. George Rogers' store in Casey was broken into and robbed of $73 worth of goods John B. Stout sold his drug store at Danvillo to J. Elwood Davis, an effi well-know- n PUBLIC SALE! E3333ese33SQ3S331 jS New Ledgers, Journals And &! cient pharmacist. children. man is suing for divorce because his wifeladmits that she paid a Th snsn ?300 to kiss her thre poor old thing'must hate falso teeth and very likely a false face. Her husband wouldn't kiss her and she was compelled to indulge in the osculatory pleasure with somebody and was willing A Pittsburg tirn, to pay for the fun. &. H hw. ft Congressman Ckumpacker has pre' pared a new census bill, which provides for competitive examination, though there is a provision that permits a selection from those not in the first rank jor, wife of the latter and sister of the where tho persons having the highest former. averages aro not immediately available. 'CHURCH MATTERS. As executrix of tho estate of William Wnrreu, deceased, I will on He hopes to have the bill passed at the TUKMDAY.MAIUJH a, 1!0., Preaching at Neals Creek Sunday at special session. beginning at HI o'clock A. M., sell to the 3 P. M. highest and best bldder.atpubllcoutcry.on the latu William Warren, The Danvilla Advocate says the A Men's Bible Class was partly or tho farm of following personal property, the who was robbed here by a couple ganized at the Christian church with 51 rteven Jersey etiwn, H registered shorthorn cows, I yearling heifers, V calves, 1U of Negroes Monday night, was under members Advocate. bogs.Mmnres, bred to jack,! work mules, I Gen. Custer's command until a day beDr. F. P. Ramsey, of Chicago, is mule colt, fanning Implements, 1z wagons, 3 spring wagon, 1 new-plneton. the bloody Indian massacre at Lit- holding an interesting meeting at the double shovel plows, acarriage, plows, 1 culfore turning tle Big Horn, in 1878. As Hood is only Southern Presbyterian church, Frank tivators. Irs Disc harrow-,- smoothingl.iharrow,a I Ii t Vis lllliU llld iiiisvutiir. ml. uu; iisisvia4 stiuniiis) lllllillitliud a uiuucii corn planter, 1 o drill with fertilizer atabout 25 years old, our esteemed con- fort. 1 cutting box. corn .heller. 1 tachment. temporary evidently has been incorrectSubject Sunday morning at the Meth scalding box, half Interest III roller, wagon und plow gear, "SO barrels of excellent corn, ly informed. odist church, "How to make a Sunday household and kitchen furniture mid a School go." Epworth Lcaguo at G:30 iiumlierof other things. J. M. Dickinson, Secretary of War, r. M. Preaching ot 7:15, or a Biblo TKH.MH. All purchases of 110 and under six in a speech before the Iroquois Club, a reading from Christ's sermon, Matt. 7, casu in uanu tun over inioni....credit or ,,.. ...n,,,l, na... nntu aaa.aa a. .,., .ul ...... l.j. aaaa.aa.aaw, U'1,1. aa.i.u ullh i,iiiiuirai payable to the undersigned and liearlng 0 Democratic organization of Chicago, per com . inure, iroui uiuu until paid. discussed hU own political record. He Mkx. Wm. Wahbkm, Rev. Charles Wolfram, ordained as a said that he had not voted for Taft and T. D. Kngllih, Aut. Danville, Ky minister of the Holiness faith, was arreplied to the criticism of Judge Dunne, rested at Atlanta charged with alienwho said Mr. Dickinson could not be ating tho afTections of Mrs. M. P. Lock-har- t. for Sale! counted a Democrat, The complaint was made by Mrs. Tug story comes from Washington Lockhart's husband. that President Taft may name Senator Gent. Seml-It Saved His Leg. McCreary for one of the commission to Annually. "All thought I'd losemy leg," writes locate the waterway boundary between Canada and this country. Good. Wc J. A. 8wemon, Watortown, Wis., ..(. fin U ITIMHUV t AlMiri. Hi tint.. Mk know of no better water witch than the "Ten year of eczema, that 15 doctors '.(. . .... JtJ IV, IHI's .. Pits. I. UtlUVIi II tf Ill IIUIII III 111.' IIIUfL I and he hboulii havo tho could not euro, had at last laid mo up. Uloor In Htuufoni, Lincoln county. Ky., UUIU Hie Then DucKlen's Arnica Salvo cured It lIUUtMllHIiru Hill ll Ul pilli- place by all means. Ileuutcry to tliuliluiifht lilddfru tliu IwtuU sound nml well." Infallible tor Sliiu or wild county to tin amount vf l&.nu fur cv (.lug TliU American Sugar Itefining Com- j Eruptions, .tiu Ul lUUriMlUlikU ui Haitltheum, Dolls, 111 mi M.t riilliltt . viKjiIiI l'nIILIlm Imii.mI In u, pany has been fined at New York Fo vm- - Sores, Hums, Scalds, Cuts and tliri't iwrlcn. Norton MA" of $Kuo und roiinUUiitf of j boiuUuf 17" t'uoli, iluu for frauds in woighing imports. l'lles. 2fc at I'enny's Drug Store. miU iiyulto tu It) .ultra iron. May 1( Jf A, ! nu In T It. It )i t list iflt.lliOMif JMjho judgment sticks look out for a 's i . ,v ws r"i "Ml j .fin su Roosevolt enjoyed Former President Herles "II" of 110,00, consisting of 31 lionds rise in the price of granulated sugar, of l'i each, duo und jutyablu In IS years The people always pay tho freight and his first experience as a private citizen Irom Hay I, l',.v, with the privilege of rein New York since his retirement from deeming lu lujiiim. costs of theso trusts. tlSik). consisting of uiivoifd tho chlaf mai'iatrnfv o( ouch, ddo uud iKiynhlu In years e aw from May li ivtiu, but with the privilege of TUB Texas Legislature has made it l'ruvoutxcs-hoso Candy Cold Cure mliieuilng (u 18 yeurs, a criminal olTenso to swear over tho Tablets will safoly and quickly check Hald bonds will be told ou April 10, lWJU, ut I l'.M.and will 1m Uiiet,and lear Interest telephone. It should be a criminal to swear anywhere. It is the all colds and the Grip. Try them from 1st day of lay, lwJ, with Interest ut I per cent., payahlu 1 Sold by Penny s O sitUest of all the silly habits and a stop once and see 1, Cooper. J. h.tsley,Jr uud W, B, Drug Store. ahaukl be twt to It all kark. ( UurcU, Counulslonrs,- Miss Rosa Leo McGcrvoy, of Mercer, died at the home of her brother in Lexington. George Meaner and Martha Lewis weiu arrested in Lexington charged with robbing George Wyatt at London. A railroad man told The Richmond Climax that the company would soon take out tho curve in the roadbed at Ft. Estill and lower tho grade encount ered between Richmond and that point. Andrew Broughton and Charles Ma jor, of the Buena Vista section of Gar rard, were indicted by the, Garrard grand jury for killing Mrs. Annie Ma- Having sold my fiirm, I will oiler for sale at me run Jiutchiton place near Highland on Kit! DAY, MAKCII, U, 1KU. nt 10 a.m., thefollowliigdeserlbedpropertv: 2 good work mures, .1 milk cows new migun, farming tool., lot of corn and foddir. household and kitchen furniture, r.aies organ, lot of canned fruit, uu or no pounds of bacon and other things too numerous 10 menunn. Terms made know u on day of sale. J.. V. HOLLAS. I. O. Wnynenburg, It. K. D.No. formerly y 1 1 Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky. Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. Eg ii! In Fact a Verv Comolete Line of Stationery Generally. T 1 PUBLIC SALE As administrator of John Z. Hnoonamoro. deceased. will sell at public! outcry to the luguesi numeral iuociock a. m , WKIiNKHDAY.-- AltOll 17, the following iiemouul propert, W bales of good ha) and other feed stud, 13 good red steers. a red hellers. 17 csles, 12 cows, I good mare mule, .1 j ears old, 2 horses I mare. sorrel colt " Kood Houtbdown sheep, about ready to lamb and 7 other sneep; it hiioui., ssows, n lot or in ruling Implements and a lot of other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known ouduy of sale. ii r. i nr. nnni,i,Ajiuur,,.iuuii, Col. J. 1. Chandler, Auc. 1 1 1 Undertakers and Embalmers. We car-r- y tjj line an up-to-d- ate W of goods. Mahony & Rankin, m (TfS M jj PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. EXECUTRIX'SSALE! INSURANCE, Fire, Life, d, t: 1 1 and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. laoss-pay-l- Accident Beulah Poynter's DRAMATIZATION OF 1 . Dl-- Klgtit of the leading companies of the world represented. Compete In rates with an me companies oi ine worm, record unsurpassed. Ne.er had u law suit lu the history of this agency. Losses promptly paid and without discount. No waiting uodas for your money, llvforu lu- - 12-1- suring,caiiou MAHONY Q RANKIN, The Iuaurunco Men of Stanford. m 4' Lincoln Bonds mL.KiF aV asslai Per ' Indigestion Stomach troubl. Is but a irraptom of. and nol a trus disease. V. think of Uyspvpsla, Heanburn, and Indigestion as rual diseases, yet they are symptoms only ot a certain (pedllo Nerr. ilrknuu oothlng else. It was this (art Uut tlrst correctly led Dr. Shoop In the creation of that now very popular Etomach Kvrawly Or. Hhoup't Oolng direct to the stomach nerves, alone brought that iiiccesi and favor to l)r blioop and his lt.toratlve. Willi. out that original and highly vital principle, no lurh lastlni accomplishments were ever to bo had, for ttouiach distress, bloathig, biliousness, bad breath and sallow completion, try I)r. Hhoop't Itestoratlre Tablets or Llnuld and see fof lours self what It can and nlll do. We sell and fcheex. fully rvcoiaoumd In itself CM (., M I s VUmiIII-l.lIJT- 1131,-110.- . A - Dr. Shoop's With rv tu Wum.nLlAaf. Uomantlc. I'lctur.ue and Ouelat Character. Cuniedy. Tear and Ileautllul Scenery and CaMtuase. PLAY: Cllmai.s. Without a AlllueJlhlrsiy Vlllahl A Mortgaged Paras AUallroadTraln A Wrecked Aut A Headache) , A flurdcr A Wronged Woman Sensatle-iellsa- c. - Restorative PENNY'S EVERYBODY WANTS TO SEE "LENA." MUA STORE Walton's Opera House, Friday. McL 12th. -- "JL-- . 1 , .. jsJWv taeft,...' 'J 7 r7pjri,i ., -- - 3 To quality and workmanship nnd give you much tliowicr garment nt the witno prlco, hut to have thorn mado right nnd of good material you gct'v a gcrvicahlo drew nnd ono that docs not loco, We Could Shut our Eyes New Suits, New Skirts, New Spring' Coats, New Silk Coats. it. hapclinen. We have just placed on wile a lino of tho nbovc goods that aro absolutely correct in stylo nnd priced much less than the came goods nre priced in larger towns nnd cities. We Invite Comparison work than Of our Sksrls with any make. Human hand can not do nicer in the skirt you is on then goods (the elite kind). II we haven't your mc in. like, wo will mako one to fit you. Sec the new models juet SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanfoiw, Ky., NRW & SON. limo received today. bar-nei- STANFORD KY. car-loa- d Clothes French Farmer. m cleaned. Cook & New clocks at Mueller's. - Maiii'H Fresh buttermilk 12, 1000 Rlnehart'a. Ill and cream dally -! A "" office. assortment of local view post cards at Penny's Drug Store. Fkesh stock of garden soeds, potaSOME very special bargains In llox Paper, but tho supply Is limited, Ask toes, etc., W. II. Hfgglns. to seo them. Penny's Dnnr Store. If you want good ment call on Wilkinson & Lutes. Phono 47. PERSONALS. For puro gnrden seeds nnd field seeds Mrs. Julia Hughes is quite sick. Mrs. W. S, Wawikn continues very call onT. O. Kewland, Stanford. sick. See our roofing for tobacco barns Mr. T. S. Stakuno went to Lexing- the best. W. K. Warner, tho tinner. For Sale. Apply at this lot of roller skates. " 4t.. nt II. Fresh car Hlgglns. of gonuino Just received a Pluto Canncl Coal. Best in tho world W. for cooking and all right for tho grate. Only lCc per bushel. McKinncy Coal s. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble 5- W. O. Martin See my lino of wagon and buggy C. McClary. d & Feed Co. d ts o 3 j Mrs. Lucinoa (Jrinsteao is with Danville friends. II. Ki.U9, of Cincinnati, was at homo for a few days. Mr. Ira Scuddrii, of Richmond, visited his sons In this county. Mtss Mayuk Walter, of Uncaster, visited relatives hero this week. Miss Marjorie Otter, of Stanford, is vlsitlne in tho city. Advocate. Mn. J. C. Kkiniiart, of London, was hero Wednesday on his way to Louisvlllo. James F. Hrady has gone to Vcvny. Ind., to take a position in a clothing Uf-ohok ton Tuesday. Entire change of program nt the and Sat moving picture show urday. s now time for your Spring sew-InCall on Mrs. J. II. Colyer, Logan Avenue. A It is g. man named Benton Max-e- y is said to have a troublo something at his homo near similar to small-poSouth Fork. section x store. Miss See my handsomo line of Spring buggies, harness, etc. Call while you have a largo assortment to select from. E. T. Pence, Stanford, Ky. . ' 4 1 ' and accounts collected anywhere in tho United States, and no charges unless we collect. May's Col Notice. Will divide flock of sheep Miss Pearl Collier, of Crab Orch- lection Agency, Somerset, Ky. to suit purchaser and Bell hay in 50 and Miss Marie ard, has been the guest of Perry Goodk, aged 40, was found on 100 balo lots. Ono good stallion and Mahony. Kesner, who Is now tho roadsido in Casey with his skull horses, cattle, hogs, etc. Salo March PROr. S. 17, 1009. Bettio Spoonamorc, Admx. traveling for the Freeman Portrait Co., crushed. It is supposed he was thrown Wednesday. from his horse. Ho was a was hero Reserved seat tickets to Lena RisMiss Nell Clark, of Salem, Ind., farmer. ers, which show comes to Walton's OpFriday, Mnrch 12, arrived yesterday to assist Miss Klla Persons wanting dirt can have it era House, May Saunders, tho milliner. sending their wagons to the will be on sale nt Shugars & Tanner's free by Mrs. W. H. Shanks is still laid up court-housyard. Wagons loaded free drug store (W. B. McRoberts stand) at Mr. from tho accident of Sunday. of charge. Foundation stones for sale. 8 o'clock this morning. Shanks is out but it very Inmc. F. Kruegcr & Son, contractors. The trial of Hugh Thompson, charged MR. K. J. Tanner, of McKinncy, Wi: have moved to thii G. Singleton with tho murder of his nephew, Fred been here helping invoice tho stock has Garrison, was called at Liberty Wedopposito the court-housof drugs Shugars & Tanner bought of store-roowhero we will bo glad to serve our cus- nesday but continued until tho next W. B. Mc Roberts. lack of time, as Mn. J. M. LoVELLand family havo tomers with all kinds of fresh meat. term on account of a moved back to Lincoln from Shafter, Lutes & Wilkinson, butchers. Phone court expires by limitation Pulaski county, and their friends ar 47. "Lena Rivers," a dramatization of ' glad to have them again. Mrs. Mary J. Holmes' Walter Ross, who killed Herbert presented nt Walton's novol, will be Kennedy, of Lincoln, Mu. Grovb C. Opera House, Humber, also colored, at Crab Orchard is down again to ice his boys. He Friday. The presentation of Saturday night, will be brought out this loves to bo near them if ho can't bo .- morning for his examining trial. Wed- tho play has been awaited with n great with them all tho tlmo ho is hercnesday was the duy first nut but Ross,' deal of interest. Tho comedy comes Frankfort Journal. with the glitter and eclat of its New n asked further time. John Owsley Heii and ban wie-ma- nttorncys York and Boston engagements. Those yesterday to -- cr.t to Lolvillo Alfred S;vorc, Virgil Hunt and l"d who witness th" ploy will find in it bring back a handsome automobilo Mr. (tickle, the boys charged with breaking scenes that are likely to be rememberHeld bought a few days ago. The into a car at Rowland nnd stealing ed for many days. Ono of these is the machine is a Cadilac. brand new and a whisky and selling It, were held over to little barefooted Lena and tho faithful daisy. circuit court in $150 each. Swope is old Granny bidding farewell to tho old MR. S. W. Mknekee and wifo are tho only ono of them who has been able homo in Slocumville, Mass., as they route here from Rochester, N. Y , en to give bond. start on their journey to their new to I)allasTcxas, where Mr. Mcnefeo homo in the South. Another is that of A I'RETTV love story, giving nso to goes to look after tho interests of the the heroine nnd her handsomo Southd unbounded and wholesome' fun, is a deImmenao telephone concern ho is ern lover, and serves also as an opporcided novelty, but this is tho combinawith. tunity for tho wealing of somo of the Mrs. Georok Routt and little son, tion furnished In "Lena Rivers," the most beautiful gowns ever seen in this of Morcland, aro visiting In Uradner, most brilliant comedy drama success of city. Burton Nixon has given tho play Mrs. Routt was accompanied by the season, nnd to be presented at Wal- a thoroughly adequato pioduction and O the her brother, Mr. Samuel Oljhop, of wil ton's Opera House, this Friday night, tho company Is described as being one McCormack section. Mr. Bishop by an exceptionally clever company. of much strength nnd cleverness, it beprobably seek employment while In that State. ing identical to the ono seen In tho metA CURTAIN in the home of Mrs. Jessie Stngg and Miss Mollio Oaugherty ropolitan engagements of tho attracLOCALS. caught (Ire from a lamp Tuesday night tion. Fresh dried beef at Hopper's. nnd tho tire alarm was sounded. The Daring Holdup. On Monday night Baby chick feeTaOV. 11. Hlgi'Ins'.' firo company responded with prompt- a Mercer county man giving his name ness but neighbors had gathered in and on tho railG. subdued tho flames when tho fire lad- as Amos Hodd was robbed PLOW gear at reasonable prices. 's road truck near W. S. nnd E. B. dies arrived. Tho loss will not exceed D. Hopper. coal yard. Ho claims that ho $25. was standing around tho depot when ho s Fubsii oysters just from Baltimore. approached by two Negroes, who D. Nowland. The democratic county committoo is was T. Satur- wanted to sell him whisky. Ho agreed called to meet hero Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. day, to hear proof In the contest caso to take a pint and started off up tho them for tho booze. Box 11K, Stanford, Ky. Address of M. S. Baughman against W. L. Mc- - railroad track with At the above mentioned placo tho largport-abl- o power Cartv. It will bo remembered that For SALE.- -A er of tho two seized him and tho other engino and boiler. J. K. I'owell. Mr. McCarty won tho nomination for through his pockets and secured BherilTon the facoof the returns by 11 went Stanford. $03 In cash. They let him go and Ponnd that Mr. Baughman charges fraud liceman B. D. Carter was Informed. homo on Danvlllo and irregularities galore. For Sale.-- My Mrs. Ho phoned to Hustonvillo for Lair's Ate. All modern Improvements. Mrs. J. C. McClary won tho tree bloodhounds and Marshall Herring Ellis. John puzzlo printed in our issue of a few brought them down. They wero taken eggs for hatching; days ago and is entitled to ayear'ssub-scriptio- n to tho sceno und trailed a number of BUKK Orpington hun50c per setting of 17. or $ 2.G0 per to tho I. J. Following Is tho times to the homo of Joo Haydon, dred. Mrs. W. J. HoltKlaw, Gilberts puzzlo with tho answers: By whom was and ho was placed under arrest. 4t Creek, Ky. Tho dogs then trailed to whero John tho building set on firo What was first seen 7 Green, tilso colored, sleeps, und ho was DOH'T fail to seo Monto Cristo at (Meddlers.) Walton's Opera House Wednesday Fir(o.) What was tho (ulckeat article ulso taken into custody. At their trial night, next, 17th. A groat play by a to burn? Elm (Em.) Sambo, looking Tuesday morning they wero held over on, said to Dinah: Cedar ("See dar".) to circuit court in $200, and failing to splendid company. After tho firo what was tho manager's give, tho bond they are still in jail, Tho Listen- .- If you want to save money wlfo doing What will tha money secured was mostly paper and -' on building this year, give mo your con- poor newsboys do? Willow (willowo.) was issued by the Morcer National and tract work. Will Stone, contractor How many of the firo force proved he- Bank of Harrodsburg. It Is signed in builder. Phono 81. rons? Pear (pair.) Who was tho lost red Ink by Goorgo Behon, president, Watch out boy calling during tho firo? Yew (you) and Bush Allen, caUiler. THERE aro about 200 ontrioa in tho to bo held at Huston-vill- a After many days ono said to tho other: for monoy of that kind and mako a note Combination Sale Af- of from whom you receive It. Hodd U 'Hear about tho fire March 24, 25, 26, and the catawhat did tbey find? a horse trader and has been coming will be a big one. We hope to ter all was over logue here for years. Ah(w.) days. have It out in a few Is tho pucst of Mrs. L. M. Good-knigh- Kujareth Simi-som- , of Gi-rar- d, t. Notes J. Fire Bell. Thu firo bell has been hung over the county clerk's oflice with Car-loaof extra nico White Northa ropo convenient to ring in caso of ern seed oats. J. II. Baughman & Co. fire, but which must not be used except m Dr. W. N. Craio will bo In his office in case of firo. over McRoberta' drug storo all this There came near being a firo In tho week. jail rcsidenco a few days ago. Burning I want to exchange lumber for a soot fell and set firo to tho carpet in good team of mules or horses. James one of the rooms but the family put out tho (lames before much damage was R, Bunch, Wayncsbusg, Ky. done. . For Sale. -- Eggs from finely bred Phoebe Craig, wife of Solon Craig, Barred Plymouth Rocks. Mrs. R. II. Crow. Shelby City, Ky., II. F. D. No. 2. colored, was fined $100 and given 40 days In jail yesterday for selling whisky to Box 28. A few good, strong House and lot on East James Farmer. For Sale. fines like that might decreaso tho blind Main St., Stanford, Ky., in Graded tiger business here, if it don't break it school district. Call on, or address, S. up entirely. By tho way, what has beRaines, Stanford, Ky. come of Solon Craig's government li The moving picture show continues cense ? We have heard nothing about to draw good crowds and tho pictures it of late. shown are of an exceedingly high orTho Boston Transcript says that Mr. der. Show every night. Adults 10c; Roosevelt will go down in history, children 5c. . among other distinctions, as the only The freight business hero during president whoso name the American February was greatly in excess of that people never learned to pronounce. of February, 1903. Tho collections on James Simpson, aged 50. is dead in freight amount to over $000 more Garrard. A wife and three children than the same month last year. m v S o o r3 3 C B r? o e ? 5 s a c I o " 9 sr 5. S. .0 CD o H c o 3 3. 0 f ' i E rz 3 a en n Mm AMERICAN BEAUTY Stile 223 KtUmuoo Corset Co., Makers :: it 3 G HUGHES, MARTIN "3 & F CO., STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 5" o s Mannington, W. Va., by 13 votes. went "wet' l. DEBTS COLLECTED. Wo collect nofs. clftlms nnd accounts In any part uf the I'nltt-- Mates. No charge B well-to-d- o S. o 2 a o lUii.xini. inlttctl. Try in. UIIICI wtiiii.-.'vii- .ifiiij I . v Ii 2- - IIOYD'H COLLECTION ACIKNOY, HoiniTsct, Ky. s X- o PUBLIC SALE outcry on Hnvlntf told my fiirin, I will offer nt pub-ll- c a a 1 3 s o 3 X HATUIIDAY, M AKOIl 11, 1KV, th following OVucrlN'il property: Nino or II) horses, some extrn good ones; sheep, milk cava, lion,, fiirmlni; utensils, 1 tvto-hore- o KHKon, Iiukk.v, Frailer cnrt,nuinlrof hues of hecs ami many other things too numer-f.n- a In mention. H ill. will Im, held III 111V home.SS mill's Northwest o Huitonvllle, HKllllllUK I" VhIua. m. Biinrj'. J.H. I'MiKinKxin, lluatonvllle, Ky n CO 05 n tr; s. 2. rr - 5 c o s? 05 PUBLIC SALE! OnTITKHIUY. M Aliens, ll UUitSoVlock ttluiMt. Awnut1. I i. K.nt iiiv kiiIm myitu Diuivlllo Sv'i hitch of tioinuwltli otliT for or una iiiixriviiii gnoi rvimir, mini. All hot nnd cold wulrr In luilli. At Milne lime 111 Kood:l-)t'nrHt- d 1 o c 05 5. sr iI 2 5 2, 2. 5 05 1 I good nnd iilui.. I1! hone. Jerey cow, fur liiltliT, lirooil to'.ntiont lul lutles clenn clover nntl timothy hn, I'olumlms liUKgy, bucltUxird.iilirlni: wiiKon, tJUKW. tinriie, ktmiUi of Leeu and utr lliibt heater, otlu-tliliigt. Term inmle known on duy of title. Mux. John K.Oamii, Stanford, Ky. 3. O U o iu 2 - tr- - tV r C3 PILE OF STYLO MAK W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard asso-ciate- PUBLIC SALE 1 ! I will ell nt nulille auction nt my farm. ncarllintonWIle, on ttioMt.Hnlem pike, on JFirst Tfational Sftancj Stanford, Jifas mm HATOHIIAY, MAKOlt . X. enod iiilltcow.i brood mares. In font by Huiiiihiiian's Hummer horn- -, US yenrllnga mid cnlvei. 1 iiood onlr of hore iiiulvn. com- IAtiniHla;SJeuneti.tlireo Inn nnd HM(inroii,iKooummiiyiiurie,nuoui wiiizon and r.i imrrela nf corn, out two-hors- e liurnen, 1 new moer 1nnd rnke,Mi-ormk'k- ; 1 ulnus. liHriieas. ttlc. huucv HUd buck-ft) board and J sets of litiREy liarne.s. nbout Jty SSO.OOO. OrSanutt, 882. Capital Stock, Surplus ana" 1ndivtdtd Profits, S9,000. or'U lienij Household and kitchen furni ture. Hnlo'wlll liegln nt v:3i A. u siinri). Terms mndu known on day of sale. paid in "Dividends since Organization, $21, 500. , J. B. I1KCK. XI. HutonllIe, I I.. Ky OFFICERS. t; Snvite 7out Accounts on Our 9ris Col. Den-ham- J. 1. Chandler, Auct. PUBLIC SALE WKDNKHDAY, X1AUUII 17. I. S. Hocker, President:, m m llnUngfcold mvfnrm.I will sell nt public. nuciion on my premises, inret, nines nuuwi of Ollenhelm, on tho road leadline, from Crab Orchard to WayncsburK.on forcnsli In linml nil my personal property, consisting of I good work mure, In foal; 1 04id family horse, IS barrels ol com. 1 cow wlthcnlf, Icow, fresh In June, 1 heifer. 1 eurllnK liJlfer.iyearllnusteers 1 into drill, I drill wun seeuer. i mo rock- 1 wardrobe, tables, chairs, wnshttand, lliK Chair, Kiicuen saiv, uiimcr set, wnsu ImiwI, pitcher, dishes, lot of (lowers nnd many other t Mum too numerous to mention. Halo to lieglu at V oVIocU A, St, IN, DIRECTORS. J, H. Baughman, F. Reid, M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus. S. T. Harris, II. C. Baughman, . V. Cummins, ' John . McRoberts, Cashier; S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, II, C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W. O. O'tlannon . S. Hocker, C. E. Tate. W. W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. i Combination tSale OF HIGH CLASS To be Held at cdl-ore- dipt. Hani lleyuokls, Auct. III UlLkH OANtJLOKF. Business Horses, Stallions and Jacks, STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. TliUtlno black hiuUllo ta,lloi. u ilnnlI ...(. It. I.mu,IIii .tnllLin ill. .t dam witt u iKmuitirk HtoiitiwiiU. Tlil cult .suit . lliilly u t.i.i II.. i. .. IIIV" wont Ilia lllltt wm- - Ilk ! I1W JMUrUt WilUtttmlI nt Mtu pruv l.Uuootl VrM lilt It It ktll Illsl..ss until u st sslll v wi. .. uum nssss lllfuie on nil Cults until paid for. ltnrrvu mures uuidt toatiitulby tlilmprci,'Uulor, We lnte 111 1 Hustonville,Ky.,March Write for Entry BlanKi. 24, 25 & 26. IVriUVIj lUWtOH IMK uiivuimih ILLY IRECKINRIDCE. Entries Close March lOth. This fine bluck Jack wus sired by Major will John 1), Harris' ImportedmyJack. He s to burn at mako the season of lum at a colt until weunluit time. His get Insure ot lMMIauowou my furui to show lor his good brttxllug. He Is a tore foul Hotter. A. T.TKAYLOU A HONH, I'lensant Hill llrcvdinu urui, tttauroru, , r. u.no.i. The Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUITONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lv ,".. wsw x m n II' DBPARTMBWT. Two fresh cows nnd calves for sale. J. S. Hockcr, Stanford. Mitred in the PmuOfiee at Stanford at It. C. EnR.eman, Jr., lost a lino colt tttond-tla- u mntlrr. by Dr. 0. G. Terry's Don Varrlck. Hod Wnrfiold, of Sonorn, sold to Loxlngton dealers 20 nRcd mules at $225. No. 11, Houth, lliM r. . No.I.HOUttl,ll:KIA M. EugcnoL. Llllard sold his No. SI, North. 4:40 A. M. farm Fawn Leap ono mllo from MidNo. rt. North, SJ7 P. X, Nii.Jf, I0M7A. m. way, to Mrs. J. I. Cogar at $130. No.s, S:WP. M. Tho barn of Hiram Overall, near JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Glcndalc, Hardin county, was destroyed by fire with two mules and flvo calves. The Truth Squlro James McKechnle sold his Every person in this city who is suf- hemp to Spears, of Paris, at 5Jc. J. D. fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand. Cads is tho agent for the above firm at ruft or any form of skin or scalp dis- Stanford. ease, can find relief and be permanentE. W. White, of Cedar Creek, has ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi bought a good jack and the John Holtz-claZEMC external use. All durggists sell saddle stallion and will make tho season of 1909 with them. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A largo barn on the farm of J. T. Riddle, at Cerulean, was struck by lightning and destroyed with the contents. Thirteen cattle nnd 10 mules Surgeon Dentist, perished. V. M. Dodd sends us word ffrom STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Hustonvillo that his great Gambctta Office over McRoberU' Drug 8tore in Wilkes stallion is all right and that his advertisement will appear in theso colthe Owsley Building. , umns in a few days. A black sow came to my place about Inwrts Tobacco and Jobacco tho 15th of Fcbrurary. Weighs 200 pounds. Owner can get same by paylarnt. ing for this notice and her keep. W. Nothing But Insurance. II. Murphy, Stanford, Ky. A. T. Traylor & Sons are the first to advertise their stock. They will stand D. the good stallion, Stonewall Jackson, The Insurance Min, Jr., and tho great jack, Billy BreckinSTANFORD, KY. ridge, at their farm near Traylor's dU- Ilesldence Plione 84; OfTlce, M. tillery at $S each. The Department of Agriculture estiInsure vith mo and be fully mates that the quantity of wheat in protected. farmers' hands March 1 was about 21. 6 per cent., equivalent to 143,602,000 bushels of last year's crop, and corn per cent., equaling young Jersey li a handsomp, largo mid unbroken null, de-of 39.3of last year's crop. 1,047,763 bushls line scended from a lontc Is- The Interior Journal. FARMER'S L. SN.TIMETHBLE 2C0-ac- w Don't drug the Stomach, or stimuT. F. late tho Heart or Kldnojrs. That Is wrong. It is tho weak norves that arc Crab Orchard, Kentucky, crying out for holp. Vitalize theso weak Insldo controlling norves with Is now ready to serve his old friends and hopes you have Dr. Snoop's Ilcstoratlvc, and sco how a muleto make many new ones. If the work or horse to rastrate save ror him and hare It done right. He makes quickly good health will como to you n specialty of castrating rlilgellngs. again. Test It and sco I Sold by PenItching Skin, Diseases ny's Drugstore. Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid Ten indictments have been 'returned lor external use. Zcmo gives instant by tho Christian county grand jury for relief and permanently cures any form alleged violations of tho Crccclius laws. )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All In six instances tho defendants aro toDruggists. Write for sample. E. W, bacco growers and four aro agnlnst lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mq. companies Jor i buyers for purchasing G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. pooled tobacco. f I Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughx, FARM FOR quickly, strengthens tho lungs nnd ex pels colds. Get the genulno In a yel' The farm of IM acres, of good blue grass low package Now Stanford Drug Co, land, lying one nilta North of McKinney ,on the Htatlftird litkr. !lntirnriiirnta ntul m Ghost), y sfflsBSl. "Jsn t, Hs' IstrisB !M'"" "' 'sHBsHHB ' IH SALE A. S. PRICE, This is the Time to Advertise Your .Lu. fencing good: plenty of water and fruit. jvimi iz.) acres oi iiiiuierrti laim one mne Kast of McKinney ; half under fence plenty of water nnd good tobacco land. Hoe grow ng crop, j. .v,tiivr..H, Agent, McKlunty, Ky , WPr3,r JSRb BlIlivRJBsWBK ' : iffiSR t, HiHffii sflsBsUaBilPs1KbEvBsBsHsBHHHsBi nil ' Stockfof Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell prlvntely my stock of lro cerlesnnd Hardware. Doing a good business. Wilt Invoice about Ilrasou ill ueaun. (IKO. 1). IIOlTKlt, Htanford, Ky. 111 Bj 1HhHIKv.hhhH isPhHMhhmP'hhhhH h plPrBBBMJBW rtppBHBBa STALLIONS AND JACKS. Cards Printed on Short When Ordering Clothes Hnve your measure taken by a tailor nf ei pcrlcnce. Thenynurclothes.'whethern low niice business suit or the rinn.t ri.iilnir clothes, will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indlrnte they were made to your measure. I will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vents, top coats nnd overcoats. Kail and Winter sam ples on hand ready for your Inspection. H.O. ItUri.KY.TheTallor, Htanford Ky. IHHHHC7sHLBHHHH'!sfvtiTi ' yflliylpBHHH s!!3HHHH Jesse Wearen, Scene from "LENA RIVERS" at Walton's Opera House Friday Night, March 12. Adorina's Fox Notice. Give Us Safeguard the Future The Mutual Benefit Life ! a Trial. Central Kentucky The safest, surest nnd most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy In the most noted bulls find cowi on the land of Jersey England and America. His sire Is one ol the best bulls ever Imported WAYNESBURG. and his dam Is a show cow that tins Riven OS pounds of rlch.nitlk In ono day. If you beBorn, to the wife of Taylor Wesley, lieve "Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor" a ml have n strictly good a fine boy. cow.you should avail yourself of Ms serThere are several cases of grip in our vice. He will be allowed to servo a limited nnmber of approved, registered cows outside of our own herd this year, for n fee of little town. S3 each. Make engagement Ix'fore sending Farmers are preparing to raise tobacKKII) AOTTKH, cow to be bred. Htanford, Ky. co this season. Telephone W. N. 11. We have to Oder three extra choice Miss Myrtle Reynolds, of Pulaski, is bull calves that will be sold at right prices. visiting relatives and friends at this place. Seems as though it never forgets to You can find our Htandanl llemedy, the rain. It was a continual downpour blood and llverinedlcineyei know n freatestof Kheumntlsm. Halt Itheum. Kid' Monday. ney Trouble and all diseases arising Irom Miss Cora Singleton, who has been Impure blood It has no equal. It l under the pure food act of June ill), KWS.and gunranteeil by the manufacturer If teaching at McKinney, is at home for a the llemedy Is taken according to directions vacation. and if he or she Is not benellted by the nw Our Sunday School is progressing of the llemedy we will refund jour money. We can do nothing more. Kadi package contains SUI doses v linn regiuereu guaran- - nicely, with Rev. J. A. Singleton as tAA nnrl ninlllne rnrri with full Instructions. superintendent. We send It to uny addrt'ss by mall on reMr. T. S. Reynolds received a check ceipt of per package or six packages for so. ueueroruera uuk ui.un;i ii iukvu in time you might save a big doctor's bill. for $1,000 a few days since the amount lr.nmitu.ltvnii talrulho 1tniMf1v Iipnrf1. his wifo carried In the L. O. T. M. of lng to instruction, und are not you gel your uoiiar duck, iou win nui Waynesburg Hive No. 17. nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Rev. W. S. Taylor, of Burgin, has Is sold only by ourdulv authorized agents. UKUHEX WILLIAMH, Agent. been employed as pastor of tho Double Springs Baptist church. He will preach the second Saturday and Sunday of each Wo Buy srfS3Cfcv..''a"l month. Mr. Sam Skidmore, of Kingsvillo, Hides and was here to see his girl Sunday. Mr. Weel and Mrs. Robin Rigney, Mr. and Mrs. Festhcre.Tanow.Bssswu, Cinseag, Dan Hester and Mr. and Mrs. Claude CoUcn3c.UYcIl.jw Root), M7 Apple. Hester, of Kingsvllle, visited relatives Wild Ginger, etc Wc tie dealers;. at this place Sunday. Our eiutJulvd ia 1856 Orf hill a century ia M. S. Matthews, is visiting the family of Lsin2" isJ csa do better fcr r3 ita attests or'comf&iMoa sserchuits. Reference, D. W. Caldwell. Edward Estes, who soy Bui faJ LouuviHt. Writs (or wnlly is attending school at Eubank, was up priae. list and tKppog Uzu Sunday to see his best girl. M. Sabel A Sons, Insurance Co. It Is conspicuous for economical management, liberality of llsnollcv contract., fair dealing wfth Its members and large returns loiniucy uwiurrs. The company Is Just entering the of a successful business career with more 'K J Real Estate Exchange & TITLE SIXTY FOURTH YEAR At McKinney, Ky., niaini-(aciure- d 1 FURS 229 E. Mark- -l St. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face, Lands and body of the little son of H. M. Adams, of Henrietta, Pa His awful plight from eczema hud, for five years, defied all remedies and ballled the best doctors, who said the poisoned blood had affected his luntrs and nothing could save him. "Hut." writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric Hitters completely cured him " For Eruptions, Eczema, Salt P.heum, Sores and Blood J.L.Beazley&Co., ll! It? BpWi5EgitJBjsCBWPBraij I' policy holders in Lincoln county than all other companies combined. Write for particulars, stating ngennd whether mar CO., ried or single to It.M.NKWI.ANI) HpeclalAgt Myers House Flats.Mtanford James I, White. No. fiOncres on tho Waynesliurg pike. Hollcltor for llockcastle Co. uouse, utiriinnu oilinear iiiKuianu,o-rooer outbuildings: nice orchard. This proper; ty Is near church and is well worth the price. !l,iu. No. i ISO acres, it miles Houth of Cruh Orchard, on the Hlate rotul. Inn n house, good lorn, orchard and Is well waterWe, whose names appear below, strictly ed ;iiloiit IW) acres of this land Is bottom land nnd produces llnu crops. A Nimnlnnt forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of tres, culi, balance In one and two years. passing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to vaeiuii extent oi tue lav , No. J lit acres on lluckOreek, near house, Imrn and other out- - Mrs. Walter Warren, Mrs. Mattle White. uiiuinirs;picniyoi water, cam price, lien 1'. Martin. W.Carter. auu. M. K. Ijiwrence Tlnsley Hpoonainore e No. 1 KM acres, near Ivel (Ireen, J. H. Hooker, j. M. llallou Josi-pcounty, Ky. This rami has nvw T. A. Itlce, (i. W. lUsty. frame house, would col to build now J. I,. Holtsclaw. JJ.ln); good Uim, crib, Ac, located nwar It. U PulltHin. Mrs. J. K. I'ulllnm. Mrs. It. I.. Williams, Mes.er.l. I'nvton, ciiurcnanu schoolJ 10 inisisu nice, noniennd per acre, can h liought for cash; reJames N.Uasti, j. eviui;arier Mrs. Jas ltalnes, M. II. I.ytle. mainder In 12 months. Dr. J. (I. Carenter, J. ll.Camenlsch, acres adjoining the above farms No. . it. if riiuii. Thoma. Kerrlll. jA. I Thompson, lliOucr.ii In cultivation. Dwelling of I rooms; David llurton, good turn nnd other outbuildings: nice or M.C.lltchanlson. J..M. Ware. chard. One of the best springs In the coun ty. 1'rlco half cash, balance l und t Miss Maltlo Hewes, Helchenluich Ilros. A.T. Trajlor, Fred llaumann. years. N. II. riummer, Milium Goooh, acres adjoining farms Not. 4 nnd No. II. C. Nunnelley, Will lle.ter. 100 acres In cultivation, balance In tint-Ir- t. 5. J, W. llauglunan. J.W I'eck. Good white oak. hickory and some line DnvldHtevens, J.K. Ilruce. log hu.e and good orchcedar. Has Wni.Cordler, JohnCaineiilsch. ard; well watered. Dash price, M,iui. M. D. Klmore. DanTrajlor, No 7 iVlacres near Maretsburg, Ky., ISO Krel llandorf, UotllhOllck. D. M. Aliderion, acres In cultivation, good tlwelllng house, J.J. lluiinp.on barn and necessary outbuildings, fine water Mr. and Mrs. Jas II. Kads J.K. Moser, and school, church and It. It. station. Trice, A. Klluisn Mrs. N.J. Ilortoit SJ.5UU; '4 cash, balance In one and two years. Mrs. (leo. ligan. J.J Klllott. Frank Conller, No.lt SH ncres, near Conway, Ky.; marly I W. 11. Daugherty, KNtlittrl.,, IIv Dr.G.d. IVrrv. all or thU rr.rr.i M u:tom land, mi far c.r.i H. II. Ilitugliman, nnd meadow; very Rood dwelling house;new-- , It. W. (Sallies, . II. IlOOl. Crlali Albright. barn and other butldlngs;on county road.a (lander Mrs. Margaret miles from Heron College. Cu.li nrlcc. I.I.. (Ico.C. (livens. tlooch. Jacob Traylor W. II. OJ0. joun juier, Ham itoiTt, No.9 ASncres on Drake's Creek, 3 miles Hchaefer, M.J. Hofmaiin, from Oral) Orchard. This farm adlolns tin, Annndten i ley A. It. .Muthenj K.T. I pike and Is a pjirt of the (Jeo. Kvans farm. Mrs, J. Il.llwsley, 1.. H. ( lamer. This Is line Inud and In good condition; all 31. J Morgun, 11. 1.. Kagaley. necessary buildings. This Is u bargain at H.T. Harris. H.O. Watkins, acre. i per 10 7S acres, It. If Crow, J.C. Hundley11. No. nvnr Htanfo.d. Ky., In C. K. McClure, Mrs. Nannie flol Anton Itonecker. nice shnpe. n Ith all necessary bulldlugs.etc, AnilersonCarr. can li bought worth the money. Kred Vnndrueulgan W. M. 1)1. hon. I, Ilaiighuinn. Mr., Kate Ailor For full particulars In regard to all the T.ICIUIS. Mrs. Ilebec a It Carpenter above farms, see or write I.. It. Hughes or W. Komt. j r, .vioser, , Jumes I. White, Htanford, Ky. John H. 1 school-housetwo-stor- y POSTED. li; e, 1 Hock-castl- nBk7sHHHHHHHHHHV (ri 211 SI IK I Nil IS 1 Ir.lM. llllil llinii untiiMi sittil Viitf1rri im tsfs-u-l nf nnnrihir tllOir (till Vir.Itr'Sllf... OlIP yU'loi tliU kiAfiavti vn MnL- - urn tltm HrnttloJ nnd mont stylidi of any nhoea that are made. In gun nicttls, patent leather, mis. laivw, veioura nun view tney nro tinexceiieii. wiien it coniw to U. LIckhI choes nod Oxionls you need not go any further. Como nnd select until vour heartV content. l'!vervtliiiiL now. Thin hmiii' coodn. Trin-aro pleasili". All the wnv from a flOc luliv ina in n 81 (Vnwtt. L'ull around mill COO Ollr lino before VOII lmv flnulurp. Will tnk-- iilp.inr in 1 l. showing you our line. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. i Hilbkrvx l. jw I 4v Mt11' Ix-v- CDc Lincoln Cosiniv Capital, Surplus, Resources, S:H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON, PRESIDENT national Bank $5O,O0O.00 Tkk x IS all ja i w jr Disorders and Itliouinatlsm Electric Hitters Is supreme, Only 60o. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Stotv. Of Stanford, Kentucky. . UndeitsKers and Alo Dealers in Furniture, Mattings,$ugp. They will exchange Furniture for HJKinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Embalir-en- . THE WAY TO DO THE BAtlN DANCE. Htfl ;s STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. "Put your arm gracefully around tho girl, make a noise like a cow and take three steps to the water trough. Then eat a small amount of bran, mixed with a couple of hops and a bale of hay. Walk as nearly like a chicken as possible. Then turn a hand spring, kick like a balky horse and smile as though you had eaten a barrel of stock food. Seat your partner and take another." sm m -- . W. M. BRIGHT..CASHIER, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER This is the new COMBINED EDGE and 38,X)00.00 FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. 340,000.00 Investigate before placing your order. OtTCT0r?S J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford John U. Foster, Stauford; W. II. Shanks, Stauford; T. C. Rim-kiLancaster; J. H. Paxton, Stauford; W. II. Traylor, Oilbeiu Creek; K. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. n, W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. J. i 6 C. McClary, t, r- -f Thecloverest Imitation of real Colleo over yet mado is Dr. Snoop's Health ColTce. It Is lino In llavor and Is made In just ono minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling'. Mado from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Peace, possum und prosperity Is the alliteration that tho St. Louis Times says It hopes that Taft's administration will establish. A tickling or dry cough can le quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough llemedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Despite an advance in the price of wheat at Liverpool, the Chicago market was rather weak, H. Cuniniins, Prcachersville; Lilburu Gooch, Gilberts Creek. If you I i ' M I I IV'nS.' VVV IT Undertaker.! Embalmer and jfealer In'.Karnest, taddlety, STANFORD, CMPbone,lT. KY- 6. IIoni;i'hone Hens lie. Roosters 4 to 4 rei)tucHy Chickens 9 to 10c. Ducks lOto 10 be3t Democratic Daily in Kentucky. The Geese 6 to 7c. Write for price and particulars to Turkeys 12' to 14c. Scrap Iron. Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. W. P. WALTON, Frankfort, Ky. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Ky. want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky, subscribe for the Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs, l-- State Journal, il l-- 2c. ililAK MlUrfWr A'as--- - ", W ,.H ii,,...5laMlA)kilL! . - v itw-v , sUl-- j 's- - !Sfbg1iV.s!ifeAASstA-fe.j- 3