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Jour-10. 1D09. m NO. 3. mKsmm IsMZE 1 THE BEST OF tH -i- A r y X TO -- fc one of the few plays A soul stirring iSKt : worth your S prochjction while. It will foe pre of the :ttj?ra i"ri. sented by one greatest m&w of Fred. G. Con i.vrs drama ever rad s companies and S&$M V he says "Your Money's ?Pfe h presented to Worth, o r Your Money ISATMYFEEf.J the public, Back," and nc BacK TalK. At Walton's Opera House, Wednesday Nig'ht, March , T"- I 'i - .i- , i w ivu.rM - KT 'Sr--J'- V !"M: r.- - :. .A. s ONE! K THE WOULD 17. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. NEWS NOTES. PREACH ERSVILLE. POLITICAL. The Casey county grand jury returnJ, L. Kennedy bought of J. K. SutJudge John Love, citizen Andrew Carnegio wit a caller nt the of Taylor county, is dead at an advanc- ed 38 Indictments. White House, going, ho said, to pay ton his farm here for ? 1,200. Small-poIs a thing of the past in Rev. Picrco liryant will fill his pulpit ed ngc. his respects to President Taft. China is about to take n census of Mt. Vernon, says the Signal. succeed W. I). nt tho Itnptixt Saturday and Sunday. A white man will Luttrell, charged with killing Nor-flcPatrons on It. F. D. No. 1 speak the uncounted millions within her borCrum, the Negro collector of customs in Casey county, was acquitted very complimentnrv of tho carrier, Mr. ders. Charleston, S. C. for the rt of ' W. II. Duncan, a prominent Ezekicl Sinkhorn, aged 50, died at I). Sartain. That a lot of mail is WashHon. C. U. McElroy, nominated by J. the democrats for Representative from carried on this routo is shown by the ington county farmer, is dead after a Junction City after a brief illness of pneumonia. Howling Green, will have no opposition, fact that itlias been hauled away on a long illness. Mra. H. C. Thompson, formerly of The 100th anniversary of Masonry in The lower house of the Arkansas farm sled from ono of the boxes. Messrs. II. T. Lunsford and S. D. Indiana was celebrated Saturday in London, Is critically ill of typhoid fever has passed a bill appropriLegislature Har- Vinccnnes, Ind. at Winchester. ating $10,000 to tho Urinkley relief Carpenter, who were sureties for Mrs. Caroline Farley, ono of the most rison Anderson, tho mail carrier who Tho Dritish naval estimates show an fund. Deneen, of Illinois, has signed alucondcd Intt summer, have been no- increaso of close to $15,000,000 over the prominent women of Richmond, is dead Gov, at her home there, aged S3 years. by the department at Washington estimate of last year. tho Glackin bill authorizing the erection tified William It. West has been appointed they shall carry tho mail the The citizens of Oyster Hay gavo a and maintenance of tuberculosis sanita- City that rest of tho term. Wo believe they aro public reception to former President carrier on Rural Route No. 3 from Lan riums In cities. caster. Thurston West is his substi Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt. President Taft has signified his In- the right men in the right place. The Chesapeake Ray steamer Dupont tutc. Miss Mary Carpenter is visiting "Miss of attending the March meeting tention Robbers, after beating Mr. and Mrs of tho Yale corporation, which will be Fannie Colycr at Crab Orchard. Mr. was burned to the water's edge while nnd Mrs. W. II. Drown and Mr. George lying at the wharf at Love Point, Md. David Smith into insensibility at their held on Friday. March 19. Tho conference of the Anthracite home near Pincville, robbed them of The Fayette county democratic com- Sutton, of Garrard, visited at A. J. to name Thompson's. Mr. Lutes, of Lancaster, Miners and Operators adjourned finally $5S2. mittee will meet R. J. White, aged 74 years, a native tho time and manner for nominating was here buying old fashioned furni- at Philadelphia without reaching an of Richmond, Ky., where ho married ture. Mr. P. (J. Colycr, tho energetic agreement. for county offices. candidates James Christiansen, former Stnto Miss Annie E Walker, 30 years ago, is David il. Klncheloe, or Mauisonvine, drummer, of Crab Ordhard, was with d our William Treasurer of Utah, was arrested on the dead in St. Louis. merchants Wednesday. has announced for Congress in tho Mrs. Martha Harding McDonald, sisdistrict. Judge C. C. Givcns, of llnrtels, of Grillln Statior, is ill of pncu-- i charge of being a defaulter to the ter of Hon. Robert Harding, of Danwill also run. Mrs. Shaw, tho aged mother, amount of $70,000. monlii. tho same place, says he ville, died of pneumonia at Atlanta afRepresentative Henry, of Texas, ask-e- d of Messrs. J. F. and T. Y. Shaw, is ill! By a vote of 125 to 70 tho Georgia diSpeaker Cannon to in- of typhoid fever. Master Henry Illnnk-- 1 vision of the United Daughters of tho ter a brief illness. permission of Dr. J. McCiuskyBlayney, of Danville, I troduce tho first measure in the Sixty-fir- enship has been sick Fred Sutton has Confederacy decided on Andcrsnnville died at the New England Deaconess Congress, a joint resolution pro- asthnib. Charles Naylor has been ill of ns tho location for the monument to Hospital, Boston, Mass , where he unposing to amend tho Constitution of the chills. Richard Williams is sick. J. H. Capt. Wirz. Mark Vernon Slingerland, professor derwent a delicate surgical operation Mrs. Henry United States so as to chango tho date Itigsby is indisposed. Monday. Dr. Blayney was a pioof inauguration from March 4 to April ltlankcnship still continues in a preca- of Economic Entomology nt Cornell lat rious condition and no signs of Improve, University and well known as a con- neer Presbyterian preacher and a grand 30. old man. Ho was born in Ohio county, Represcntatlvo Underwood and a del ment noted. Mrs. Mary NHylor, of tributor to scientific journals, died at W. Va., in 1814. from Birmingham, Itowland, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ithaca, N. Y. egation of lawyers Misses Anna Davis, Edith and Grace Jesie M. Smith, for 'JO years auditor Ala., made a protest to tho President J. F. Payne. of tho Interstate Commerce Commis- Stull, three students at tho Jessamine against the reappointment of Judge sion, veteran Confederato soldier nnd Institute went to their room nnd while OTTENHEIM. Hundley to the Federal bench in tno rnilrond expert, died in Washington, preparing to retire, found n Negro un Tho northern district of Alabama. W. L Chandler and II. F. Long lost need fti years. der the bed. Tho girls screamed and the iv indicated he would President some valuable fox hounds by poison. Officials of tho Department of Jus- run. During thu excitement the Negro matter careful attention. James Singleton, who is building a tice decline to pay what action will be made his escape. To counterbalance the inlluenco of Judgo Cochran, of tho Federal court, understood to be in new house, is progressing nicely with taken by the Government with respect President Taft. to the several other criminal cases sentenced Charles Phelps nnd Kirk organization of it. favor of tho Cannon against the Standard Oil Company for Sholton to 12 months in tho county jail Tho recent hard rains did considertho House, tho name of Theodore and fines of $300 each for assaulting has been brought forth prom- able damngo by washing tho land and accepting rebates. Roosevelt Maj Henry C. Newcomer, of the Deputy U. S. Marshall Geo. Massimrale. as among washing water gates and fences away. inently by the insurgents while ho wns trying to put handcuffs on Floyd Morgan has moved to Walnut United States Engineers, in charge of their supporters in the fight against the them in the Somerset jail. Incoming House. nro maki- the Ohio River, has begun tho securing Flat, where ho nnd his father rules of tho Two revolvers, n quantity of nitro of data showing tho amount of water ng- preparations to raise n largo eiop taken from the river at various points gycerino and several skeleton keys were Near Death In Biff Pond. of tobacco. found in tho possession of C. E. Brown, through municipal water plants. It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Gulvin Middloton predicts that Hour Action amounting practically to the of Jellico, Ky., arrested at Maplewood, death. "Forjesrs a of Ida Hoper to face the common grades will be $1 ver Mo., says a dispatch. He is suspected severe lung trouble gnro mo Intense Mck and corn meal f 1 25 per bushel breaking olT of diplomatic relations with Nicaragua was taken by tho State of having some knowledgo of a freight and Hovural suffering," she writes, this summer, ond as ho Is generally car robbery at Webster Grove, Mo. times nearly caused my deatti. All right in his predictions wo movo that u Department when it ordered Secretary John Hubble and W. G. Ting, each I was of Legation Gregory, in charge of afremedies failed and doctors said committee ho appointed to seo him and fairs nt Managua, to return home, leav- 70 years of age, died near Somerset Thou Dr. King's New Incurable ivrsuado liltn to say that ho has set his ing the legation in charge of the Con- Saturday. They served in tho samo brought iulclt ru,lof nndaeuro figures too high. sul, who will have no diplomatic capacit- company under Gen. McClelland in the so permanent that I have nut been Civil War and had been inseparable Richard Harris, son of John Harris, ywa." Mrs. Sopor troubled lu twelve is very ill with pneumonia. Master friends during their long career, having wonlives In Dig Pond, la. tworks Marshall Adams, little son of Reuben Mmplo Remedy For La Grippe attended school together in their boyIn Coughs and Colds, Sore Lungs, der La grippe coughs are dangerous as hood days. ill for several Hemorrhages, La Grippe, Asthma, Adams, has been quite all days. Ephraim Woods is visiting his they frequently develop into pneuCroup, Whooping Cough and Kills Would-B- o Slayer. and 91. brother, Clarence, nt Pino Hill. Fred monia. Foley's Honoy and Tar not Hronehlal alfeotlons. A merciless murderer is AppendiGuaranteed by Dyehouso and his mother spent Sunday only stops tho cough hut heals and Trial bottlo Uf.O. and Monday at tho hedsido of Mrs. strengthens tho lungs so tbut no seri- citis with many victims. Hut Dr. Penny's Drug Store. Dychouso's sister, Mrs. Allen Thomp- ous results- need be feared Tho gen- King's New Lifo Pills kill it by proven-tloThey gently stimulate stomach, uine Foley's Honoy and Tar contains Gov. and Mrs. Willson and their son, nean Paint Lick, m- - ,.mi Mn. ItobcrtM. Lyman, no harmful drugs and Is In a yellow liver and bowls, preventing that clogState-- , package. Hefuno substitutes. New ging tbut Invites appendicitis, curing of New York, very narrowly escaped A. Religious Author's Coustipatlon'Hlliousness, Chills, MaStanford Drug Co death when tho horses ottactieu to uov. mont. laria, Headache und Indigestion. 25c Willson's carriage ran away at Frankltcv. Joseph 11. Fesperson, SalisTho expenditures incident to tho ill- at Penny's Drug Store. fort. As u result of tho accident bury, N C, who Is tho author of sov-er- ness and tho death of President McKin-le- y Mrs. Willson was left unconscious, two books, writes: "For boverul It is said that the new fashion dehavo just been mado public after front tooth wcro broken and her years I was alllleted with kidney trou- being of her carefully guarded, for what rea- crees that tho waist line in woman's wrist fractured; Gov. Willeon was ble und left last winter I was suddenly son is not stated, for several years. In dresses shall bo near the knees. This bruised on many partfl of his body, air. stricken with a severe puiu In my kid- tho take out, a dozen or two doctors is bad. Hugging a woman around the Lyman's faco was cut and contused. neys and was qonllucd to bed eight aro named, who get $200 to $10,000 knees will not bo good form. FrankCurt Jott. who Is serving a lifo term days unublo to get up without assls-tauc- each whilo nurses and others galore fort Journal. penitontiary for tho In tho Frankfort I commenced taking Foley's shared in tho divy. It Is a sad commenwho murder of Jamea 11. Marcum, and Chris"My three year old boy was badly Kidney Remedy, und tho pain gradual- tary, when tho deaty of a statesman is said ho had been converted to tianity lias made an exemplary prisoner ly abated uud finally ceased. I cheer- mado the occasion for a big lot of graft- constipated, had a high fever and was limit-ca- l and is said to be ono of tho best In an awful condition. I gavo him fully recommend Foley's Kldnoyltcm-ody.- " ing. Frankfort Journal. scholars In the penitentiary. m two doses of Foloy's Orlno Luxatlie Now Stanford, Drug Co. Pains of womon, head pains, or any and tho next morning tho fevor was 1'reventici- - hoso Candy Cold Curo Tho will of W. II. Tilford, ono of tho pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with gone and ho was entirely well. FoTablets will safely and qulekly check tho Standard Oil Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo ley's Orlno Laxatlvo saved his life.' ull colds and tho Grip. Try them vico presidents of Company, who died recently, leaves full formula on 230. llox. Sold by A. Wolkush, Castmor, bWls. New Bold by Penny onco und soo $4,000,000 to his grand nephew. I'ennys urug store ( Stanford Drug Co. Drug Store. well-know- n ' See-onst et Ny to you com GO wrong In Style, in Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, if you wear one of our Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. They are reliable in all the things a well dressed man looks for. The latest in fabrics, colorings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ' .o .,.. al This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. Investigate before placing your order. ! o. n W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. 1 V - b. t-- 4 .jL V A.i i t ir-ik- -I lL JLLa .t JkteJkjjmmi i IjJUi fciijy K msr--sFmmmmmmKmBmmmmm- mmmm -- fvt " "'- -" - 7, "1T The Interior Journal. E. C, WALTON CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer county. U n cnmlldnto for of IliU, tlin I3th tiuirtrt. Mihjrctto Hie nctton of the democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. Inn rnmllilntc for circuit Judge of thl, thn rittiillHrlct.tiibJrct to tho action of lh Democratic party. M. C. 8AUFLEY ! n candidate for circuit Jurtgn of this, tho intu juuicini umrici. sunjeci 10 me nciion of the Deinocrotlo pnrty. a it ' hi IT is probable that tho case of the Coopers and Sharpo for killing Senator Carmack nt Nashville will got to the jury today. , Gen. McCnrn, who made the last (speech, begun Saturday nnd was to have concluded it yesterday, One of tho attorneya for the defense spoke nine hours, while others of the counsel spoke from;fivo to seven. Tho case has attracted great attention and the outcome will bo awaited with much interest. Tho I, J. predicts that the jury will be unable to aejree, that the Coopers and Sharpe will be allowed bail and tho three men will never be punished for tho murder of Senator Carmack. A cnouciiY old bachelor says that matrimony is equivalent to n life sen tence at haftl labor with nothing off for Rood behavior. The old scamp doesn't peak from experience of course, but tbat he has some horse sense, no benedict will gainsay. caucus in Washington Saturday night, Joseph G. Cannon, referred to as tho "Iron Dukeof American Politics," was selected for Speaker of the House. This is the fodfrth time "Uncle Joe" has had tho honor and office. At the republican No provision has been made for a tax on coffee in the new tariff bills and the republican members of the Ways and Means Committee are uncertain wheth er or not to put in the measure. Free coffee sounds good to us. Charles H. Murrell, business manager and solicitor for the Adair News. dropped;dead;in the Commercial Hotel a; Campbellsville. He was a splendid newspaper man and an exceedingly af fable, clever gentleman. The Bulgarian Parliament has voted to tax bachelors. The proceeds of the new tax will be devoted to the purpose of education. Over 27,000 bachelors are effected by the tax. of Iowa and Minne sota voted down woman's suffrage. The Bolons of those States don't want any Mother Hubbards around the polls The Legislature and they are right. A Chicago (woman banqueted the jurors who brought in a verdict in her favor for divorce and alimony. That looks like dividingfup with them. To The Democrats of Lincoln ty. Coun- iliL ! ft III II''. I can not submit, in silence, to tho unfair treatment I have received at the hands of the constituted authorities of the party in this county. My friends who so loyally supported me, and who believe that I was nominated for sheriff, have been deprived of a voice in the late primary election. They shall know and the (party 'generally shall know that I have been defrauded of a nomination to which 1 am justly and my notice was insufficient, that could fairly entitled, and have been denied not affect or invalidate the nine other even a hearing, by a majority of the paragraphs wherein I charged, in each, more than enough fraudulent and ille county committee. I have always been a consistent dem gal votes to give mo the nomination ocrat and when l announced myself a and to which paragraphs there was not candidate I had a right to supposo that tven a feigned objection. NotwithI would be given a square deal by the standing these facts, a majority of the party authorities, whether they hap- committee, upon a mere pretext I use pened to be for or against me in my tie word advisedly dismissed and abrace. So when I was approached by a solutely refused to hear or try tho cona henchman of my test. I offered before the committee to setopponent, and his services tendered me to get my mends on too county com- tle and determine the contest by a mittee, I spurned his offer with the count of the ballots. I made this offer Statement that I nouldj engage in no publicly, beforo the committee, and disuch fraudulent conduct; that I was on rectly to Mr. McCarty, and repeated it, ' ly entitled to a square deal and would and he sat dumb. This offer was fair and his failure to certainly not compromise the honor of any friend of mine by asking him to.Ae accept it or allow his partisans on the a member of the committee in order to committee to act upon it, is proof conact for me; right or wrong. I acted clusive of my charge, and demonstrates strictly in accordance with these views that I was fairly nominated and fraudSdI neither took nor attempted to take ulently deprived of the nomination. He any part in the selection of the county knew a count of the ballots would show committee. I do not regret my course the fraud, otherwise he and his would in this matter, even though it did cost certainly have consented to and acted me, as subsequent events show, the upon my proposition. The above are the plain, unvarnished nomination'for sheriff. When thejeommitteo met to select facts and I submit them in order that the officers of election, I submitted, as you may know that while I am tho vic requested, a lit of names of persons tim this time, of th4raud, you may bo competent to act as' such. Tho com- the next, unless such practices are efmittee appointed 48 election officers, fectively rebuked. M--S. Bauciihan. Stanford, Ky. March 15, 1009. yet out of this number only IS were to me, and all tho others to my It Saved His Leff. opponent. This was not tho result of "All thought I'd lonorayleg," wrltog chance, since even according to the fraudulent election returns, there was J. A. Swenfcon, watertown, Wis., a difference between us of only 14 votes "Ten years of ecreina, that 15 doctors could not euro, had at last laid mo up in a total of over ?,100. I made a careful canvass of tho coun- Then HucKlen's Arnica ijalvecutcd It ty and. believed a majority of tho dem- sound and well." Infalllblo for Skin ocrats were for me. So when it was Eruptions, Eczema, Saltlthoum, DolU, reported that 1.1 was defeated by 14 Fever Sores, Hums, Scalds, Cuts and votes, I determined to look into the Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. matter. Upon investigation 1 was conCapt. R. S. Pool, proprietor of Cen vinced that I hadfairly won tho rulean. Springs, is dead. Ho was an and bad been deprived of it by old Confederate soldier. present-then-at-senomi-Batio- fraudulent votes and fraudulent count. I then proposed to my opponent, Mr. o McCarty, that we agree to lot the count the ballots, 'and abide the result. No one will say this was not n fair proposition. Uo finally refused to make any such agreement. Still having some faith in tho fairness of tho committee, Iflled beforo it, in tho time and manner prescribed by law, a notice of contest. I stated that 1 had been fairly nominated nnd charged that the ballotshad been fraudulently counted and thatjlho ballot boxes themselves contained the evidence of and would show tho fraud practiced upon me, nnd I demanded an examination nnd count of the ballots by tho committee. I furtherlcharged that numbers of illegal votes had been east nnd counted for Mr. McCarty in tho various precincts of .the county and gavo the names of the Illegal voters, in all, over 200. 1 further Ichareed and specified other fraudulent nnd illcgnl acts in particular precincts. This notice of contest was full andlcompleto in every detail. To this notice Mr. McCarty filed on last Monday a demurrer and an answer and counter notice. The committee was called together last Saturday and the case tried, tho' the issues were not made, not a particle of proof had been taken and even time for taking proof had not arrived. Tho case was tried, however, that is if I may call a refusal of a majority of the committee to hear my contest at all, a trial. The only question properly before the committee on last Saturday was the objection by demurrer to my notice of contest. For the purposes of the trial of this question, it was admit ted that the ballot boxes were stuffed with fraudulent votes for Mr. McCarty and that an examination and recount would demonstrate that I was nomi- natedfor sheriff. It was likewise ad mittcd that over 200 fraudulent and il legal votes had been cast and counted for him. Yet, in the face of these admitted facts, the committee was urged not to try the contest, and by a vote of seven to five it so decided. Only T. A. Rice, W. L. Bell, Wm. Holtzclaw, J. M. Cress and Wm. North were willing to give mo a square deal. The other members of the committee were deter mined otherwise. It was contended for Mr. McCarty that the committeo had no right to count the ballots. A most nonsensical contention, since if the ballots can not be counted in a contest, what is the sense in that provision of the law requiring them to be scaled up and returned. "Any port in time of storm" and anything to give willing minds some excuse. It was, also contended that my charge as to fraudulent ballots in the boxes was not sufficient in detail, yet I charged that in the various boxes there were ballots cast for me and fraudulently counted for McCarty. I certainly could not know the exact number in each box. Again, the party law provides that the committee shall count the ballots in any precinct, upon a petition, signed by 10 per cent, of the voters therein. In order that the committee might not have even a pretext to refuse a count, I filed within tho time pre scribed, such petitions from Stanford Precinct No. 3, Waynesburg Nos. 2 and 3 and Hustonvillo No. 1. Yet upon theso petitions the committee refused to count the bal!ots4n these precincts. A majority of thecommittee was simply determined not to open the ballot boxes and uncover the fraud. Again even if this one paragraph of com-mitte- DANVILLE, KY. la IM KL u Ik JVXlSl C - 'V,."IC-- Ladies' Garnets for v Nem Walkotf ers 1 Just a little neater and just a little better than ever. High Shoes in Gun Metal, Vici, Ox Blood and Patent Leathers, t i Spring & Summer. We lmvo this scasou bought the largest and most vailed lino ol Ladies Tailored Suits and Dresses, etc., we have ever hod nnd we feel suro that it Wo searched tlio ninrkct is the Inrgcst ever shown in Central Kentucky. carefully, selecting only tho best styles Irom ninny ol tho most exclusive tailors in New York, in this way getting an immeiie variety of style nnd colors. We also have the ndvantnge oi having the services of an experienced corps of resident buyers in our New York office nil duriug the year; iu this way keeping continunlly in close touch with tho new styles. If anything csjiec-iall- y new appears in New York we have u saiuplo of it in a few days. . SUITS. Wc now have in stock alwut 200 new Spring Suits for your selection, cm bracing all the popular shapes of the treason. All tho best fabrics nnd colors ranging in price from 815 to &r0., Wo call espccinl attention to our strong line of Whito Serge suit at $18, 820, $22.50, 830 and 835. All especially made for us and the best you will fee. $3.50, $4 and $5.00 Per Pair. A pretty good stock still of WALKOVER heavy goods for this sloppy weather. 'i DRESSES. Foulard Silks, Messalincs Silks, Linens nnd Lingerie dresses in all colors and prices from simple wish dresses at 85r up to elegant reception dresses nt 8G0. WAISTS. We have now iu stock an uniHually select line oi waists in Mescalines, Nets and Luces nt $6. These are particularly cheap. Other prices are 83, on up to 810. Wc have the agency for the celebrated Knickerbocker pure Irish linen tailored waists the finest made. Prices, 82 to 84; all beautifully made of fine linen. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. EB32SS3e3SSKS 5 Sf i9ci(J OTHER GARMENTS. Our spare will not permit an extended notice of all our ladies' garments. We have Separate Skirts from 85 to 815. Spring Coats extra value from 85 to 815. Heuutiful embroidered silk nnd Pongee coats at 810. Spec ial bargains in fino silk pttticouts at 84.50 to 810. jS New Ledgers, Journals And Cash Books PIECE GOODS. Wo are showing the largest nortmeiits oi drem silks ever shown here. Every shade of plain satins full lines of fancy satins four lines of printed An immense assortment oi new Wash Foulards at 50c, 75c, 85c and 81 Fabrics, niftiiy of them ftnlinwl to us for this section. rej In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. j tjj Line of Stationery Generally. LINENS. Come to us for any kind of Linen you want. We have whito linens from heaviest Crash to sheerest cambric from 25c to 82 yard. French Linens in white and colors at 35c to G5c. Irish Linens in colors from 25c to 35c Many lines of fuiicy etripe lines. ra m WS DFNNYS HDIir. STftDF Stanford, Kentucky. 05 ff Trimmings. The" very latest iu Dress Trimmings for new silks und dresses for till kinds of wash dresses. EEBBEBSBBBBSSEBSBEBEE satins for lineu Guaranteed Hose. We are now selling the celebrated Peerless hose, which you have bought from us for 15 years, and will sell you for 81.50 six pairs of hue Maco cot' ton hoso and guarantee that they will wear you six months without darning, For 82 wo will sell you six pairs of very fine guaze lislo thread hose with the tamo guarantee. And for 83 wo will sell you six pairs of finest tiuality of silk 1'rslo thread hoso with same gtiurautce. For 81 wo will sell you four pairs of men's cotton socks with same guarantee. THESE ARE ALL BARGAINS REGARDLESS OF THE GUARANTEE. m'. gh ' J . JL--' """" a 'i1 "tS ETIilllB' t RBl S Redfern Corsets. Do not forget that we have un experienced fitter for corsets tho only one Hnvo your Redfern corset properly fitted and note iu Central Kentucky. tho difference. Wc carry them in stock from 83 to 80. Also Warner's Rust Proof Corsets from 81 to 83. Nothing better except Redfern. NEW GOODS RECEIVED EVERY DAY. y& jLfw? j ELECTRIC RANGES tho best baker. Tho Rani:e to buy: a full saver: annua, A largo lino of select from und wu will appreciate a call. DANVILLE, KY. . GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. I I t.. To qunlity and workmnniliii ntnl give you much rfiowicr garment nt tho of gooil mntcrinl you get a Nimo price, hut to lmvo them mndo right nml wrvicablo dress nml ono thnt doc not Ioc its ihajiolinctt. We Could Shut our Eyes New Suits, . New Shirts, New Spring' Coats, New vSilk Coats. Wc have just placed on calo a line of tho nbove goodi that aro. nbsolutcly correct in stylo and priced much towns and cities. 1cm We Invite Comparison do nicer work than Of our Sksrts with nny make. Human hand can not in the skirt you i, on th-- o goods (the elite kind). If we haven't your size will make ono to fit you. Sec the new model jiut in. wo 3 like, than the fame goods arc priced in larger SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrANFOim, 6c French SON. STANFORD KY. cleaned. Cook & Nkw clocks nt Mueller's. See my lino of wagon and buggy liar-nei- Clothes s. Don't forget the show. moving, picturo Farmer. J. C Kv., Mr.Clnry. - Mawii 10. 1909 K)St Ladies' Oxfords In tho very latest styles. Cummins & Wcarcn. of extra nlco White Northern seed oats. J. II. Baughman & Co. Car-loa- d Fresh buttermilk and cream daily at The Mnsons hero arc preparing for n 4t. big banquet on the evening of April Klnchart's. Apply L. II. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin j New awortment of local view earda nt Penny's Drue Store. Some very special bargains In Patmr, but tho aupply la limited. to boo them. Penny's Drmr Store. PERSONALS. For Sale. at this A lot of roller office. skates. Cth. My homo on Danvillo Mrs. All modern Improvements. John Ellis For Sale. Hox r t newcrt models A full line of new Spring Skirts of the very Mn. J. H. Habihs was in Uncastcr Fashion's latest decrees nnd of the newest shades nnd weaves. Yesterday. beautifully trimmed Mna. V. M. IluiaiiT Is with relatives 1mi ' arc hero expressed without limit. Sklrta Foil Sale. A In Louisville. and package garden seeds. Pure bulk handsomely tailored in iu buttons, tnlleta bands and satin folds, Miss Mauoaret Huffman is vIsltinR Early Itoso and Ohio Triumph seed po- lablo engine and boiler. this line and wo know Stanford. Mr. M. S. Baughman informs us nt Paint Lick. all the latest styles nnd colors. Inspect tatoes. Geo. D. Hopper. now that tho quality of tins. S. W. Menefef. and little son For Sale. Imperial Pekin duck his he will for go to the courts with we will eell you, ior wc unhesitatingly guarantee Egos for sale from Hod hens, Wild contest the democratic nominanro VIBIUUK '" "-4 wlfo were Mallard ducks and Toulonso geese. Mrs. eggs, 11 for $1. Mrs. James N. Cash, will tell you that the goods, fit, price and style. Anybody tion for sheriff. Mr. Ernest Warren and phono J W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. in tho U. S. doVn from Middteaboro. "Queen" is the best skirt bandied In our next issuo wo will give a hisSee E. T. Pence's new corn planter. Miss Kosa Goldstein is siuuyinK Mrs. Charles PorrENHAOEN died nt tory of Lincoln county and her several stenography In Louisville. It is a daisy and does the work to a written by Mr. John to her homo In tho Milton Warren section queen's taste. Mish Uertiia Jackbon went up ot tho South End and was burled FriBright, who knows more about this em to visit frlondi. London yesterday day. The Casey News says that Hugh good county than anybody in the State. Hev. Jos. Hallou. of Stanford, was Fred who killed Wednesday. -- Somerset Times. Sale. -- Eggs from finely bred Thompson, will make anhis nephew, get a News came last night of tho death For hero effort to Kennedy is now trim- Barred Plymouth Kocks. Mrs. K. H. Garrison, Miss Mary D. in Louisville of Mrs. Al G. Huffman, Slur- - Crow, Shelby City, Ky II. F. D. No 2. change of venue. mer for a big millinery store at formerly of this place. Further parHox 28. Listen If you want to save money ticulars wero unobtainable but it is cer U. WIUJ9, of CAIT. AND MRS. J. For Sale. House and lot on East on building this year, give me your con tain that the body will be brought hero Fri- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Crab Orchard Springs, wcro here Main St., Stanford, Ky., in Graded tract work. Will Stone, contractor and for interment. tin v. school district. Call on, or address, S. builder. Phono 84. Morse. Val Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. EUIUNK8 and littlo Annie Kainos, Stanford, Ky. Millinery Opening. On Thursday, Mrs. V. B. Morse, of Hustonville, died visited tlm former's mother In Gar n Leo " 3 t: ffl g The Lena Ilivers Co. gavo a kplendid March 23th, I will have my millinery ot Deming, New Mexico, Thursday of rard. All the ladies aro cordiaily in- pneumonia and tho remains were to quite" sick and llri(?ht performance to n good crowd at Wal opening. 8 !? J. C. ItF.lD is a 3 s. J; in ton's Ooera House Friday night. The vited to come. Miss Ella May have arrived at Hustonville yesterday Hays is clerking at the St. Asaph S P -u afterjioon. Hp went to Deming for s IK one in every par la a show his place. -- oSo lung trouble some months ago and was ' MRS. J. B. l'AXTON and son, James, ticular. 5 ;r-- J -- . Walter Boss, who killed Herbert getting along ao nicely that he was went over to Lancaster yesterday to 2 2-s Assessor W. A. Carson informs us Humbcr, also colored, at Crab Orchard, about ready to return, when he become visit her parents. . land had his examining trial Friday and was ill F a ?. a His mother went n of pneumonia. the aged father that ho assessed 200, t'Jl acres of Mr. David Pen-lbstPtHaaBlBaM. in Lincoln county and tho total n mount held in $300 to circuit court, which ho with him and was at his bedside when U 9aFaam. of our townsman, Mr. John C. Pcpplcs, IsH.lll.2C2. or an average of $20.W gave. c :- t " 2 o the end came. Deceased was about 27 continues very ill. S n d- 2 per acre. 23 Reserved seats for Monte Cristo, at years old and an exceedingly clever 1 Mr. A. W. Oiluon and wife, of Crab Wedyoung man. He was a brother-in-laof genuino Walton's Opera House Orchard, have been KUi't ot Mr- - lhU JU3T received a a s o. 2. 1? a Pluto Cannel Coal. Beat in the world nesday night, are on salo at Shugars & ot Mr. J. 11. Heid, of the New Stanlion's alstcrs here. old ford Drug Co. r MRS. M. C. Saufley will entertain for cooking and all right for tho grate. Tanner's drug Btore McKoberts' a n cr; af2 z. n Only lCc per bushel. Mckinney Coal stand. tho Current Events Club Thursday .. ' is - tn r. & Feed Co. ternoon at 2 o'clock. William Harnett was plarfed in jail 2 Satur-daMRS. Susan Yeger returned 5. S 5" since charged with The ladies of the Methodist church hero a few nights o to her sister. o c u. en night from a visit 1:30 OnHATl'ltDAY. MAIICII . Pa. have the thanks of this olllce for u de forging tho name of Mr. B. P. Martin, o'clock r. u I will oiler T WW, ot unci 2 " n . 2, n Mrs. J. E. Johnson, at Pittsburg, lioiiovliiikl a 7? of Rowland, to, checks amounting to kitchen furniture, ougtfy. Givens, of tho West lightful treat Saturday afternoon. They about $75. Miss Black -, cnrrlK'.u goo.1 n newM.I new sowing p a largo waiter ladened with de 2 Llpps, oVwuat'U, lrowrl" o( 1. End, is qulto sick. Her sister, Mrs. h sent us Pa a In HiitloiiMllf. Object of miIu tofeUln up Ice cream and cake. Persons wanting dirt can have it entitle. Terms muarkUovMi onMiiy of Mile. D. Kennedy, of this place, is with her. licious 1 52 free by sending their wagons to the Woods, who has It. A. Miss Susan Fisher 5. sr a if Mr. W. Landrraf sold for John court-housyard. Wagons loaded free Allen, been with her sister. Mrs. S. M. Highland, of 82 aa - Hauirh his farm near sale. ,C. Foundation stones nt Mlllersburp, returned home yester- acres, to Gotlieu llenke for $1,600. Mr. of charge. & Son, contractors. for F. Kruegcr (i&V tho Win. Cash farm of 120 Kvansvllle, L. also sold All wlio uro Indiliiiil to us will pleum cull Mr. Ernest Carter, of acres to James Boss for $?00. Lincoln county seems to have gone nml tetllo Minn- ut once. We nlco wish to vnntt-rdsto SCO nil iimu miviMMiur mHfi Mini iHtmn thnt niter Ini., ...!.u .7 on banks. There aro now two nt April Ut we will tlouai-im- j tuil nem. .I ..niii"" U lm ..Art. low of pncti- Henry D Phillips Is preparing to daft ua r3 li son, Kaipn, n Stanford, two at Hustonvillc, ono at ter plnii to ell ehiiiiierium we llml It ua bethiB lor tlm purvliiiter ua well the build two nice concrete cottages on mnnln McKinney, one at Crab Orchard, one nieicliitnt. We tliune our pntrona fur their Stanford, Is lot on Logan Avenue. There will be n fur the ltt iiuU Waynesburg. another a little over iwlroimKU' allowedteur ending April terming Mrs J. F. Cummins, of Iinin. to tlm privilege of ..i.iii.', Mr nn.l Mrs. W. C. Pettusnnd great deal of building done in Stanford at Brodhead, and now ono Is to them iiceonlliiK to the leruia nliote ktatiit tho line at Cor, as soon as the weather opens up. for the next )eur. oro PILE OF STYLE MAKE Mrs. H. I) Campbell.-Wllmbo established at Morcland, which is I.UTKrt llllus., Turners llle. Ky. Jessamino Journal, - Will divide Hock of sheep not as lnrgn as Jetts Notice.J, p. Staoo orders his J. itu B. B King, well known here, is in CO and Broad- - to suit pnrchascr and sell hay changed from Donerail to 401 N. Frankfort 100 bale lots. Ono good stallion and tho promoter of tho latter. way, Lexington, wnero no u..u horses, cattle, hogs, etc. Sale March Journal. So much money around hero On Tt'KHDAY, MAItOHal. W,uX KoVlock Stage are now domiciled, wo must have abundant places to store I', u ,nt my plnce, on Dnnvlllu Avenue, 1 17, 190p. Bettio Spoonamore, Admx. will otTer for anle my home w Itti '.,', uciea uf u,. iniiw S. Wells, of Danville. it. It would not surprise us if Lincoln thla property the county doesn't have a ninth bank by liuul. Allot wiUer In Until.lain gooil repair, mil last week. Ho Is i.i .ui. m, Easter ENTFRTAiNMENT.-- On hot nml colli At uim time und place will nil 1 good family liorae, ready to make n protracted vis evening of April 9th at the Christian July 1. getting num.', Jersey cow, apirnitlil fuiKl Organized. SS2. Capital Stoc. SSO.OOO. ti brooil kow.ulxjiit ltu Imlea clean v,i. mnthcr at Tampa, Fla. u churrh Miss Ellen Hallou will give a Mrs Wiggs, oftheCaddace Patch, clover am! timothy hay, Coluiiiliua hllKKy, .. t OO0. t iim.viF.H and bride and musical entortnimncitt under the Surplus and 1ndiuidtd Pro fill. bucklioaril.aprlnK wiikuii, hUKgy, barueaa, heater, two aianila of wen anil of the Young Men's Biblo Class, will bo presented at Walton's Opera Ml.. M.nruorito Cultotl. of Crab Orch other thluga. Terms inaile known untho tho proceeds to go to music fund of House on Friday night, April 2nd, 500. on llay uf aule. Jfas paid in 'Diuidoncts since Organization, ard, came down and witnessed der the direction of Miss Hurriett .Mux. John K.CAHii.Htunford, Ky. splendid performance given by the Lena the church. Snvilo 7eu jfccounfs on Our Jones. The play has been pronounced Klveni Co. Friday nigm. Stirs tub Feelings. Tho mere tho best local or homo talent production and offl-! Jason Wesley, tho clever mention of somo plays is enough to in a largo number of towns where it lorif nf the Casey Circuit Court, DIRECTORS. deep interest which many has been given. Tho U. D. C.s will arouse the OFFICERS. was hero Saturday to seo his sister, dramas fail to reach in tho perform- havo charge of tho attraction and tho F. Heid, J. II. Baughman, ia hero under I will tell nt nubile miction nt my farm, J. S. Mocker, President;, Mrs. J. B. Williams, who ance. Even the titlo of "Monte Cristo" net proceeds will go to tho John Mor- near lluatom llle, on the Mt. Halcm pike, on M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus. of her physician. treatment S. T. Harris, stirs the feelings and enlivens the im- gan Monument Fund. Somo of our HATUHDAY. MAHOIt S. V, II. C. Uaughmaa, J. F. Cummins, MK. It. C. Anderson, of Harper, John , McRoberts, Cashier; agination. Tho play will bo seen at prettiest girls and most gallant beaux I Kootl milk cow, KliriKxl iiinrea, In font by no. C. Robinson, many S. T. Harris, Kansas, it hero visiting his llnUKhiimn'a Hummer hori. t, will tako part in tho play and nothing mul cahea, 1 good pulr of home as jenrltiiiia1 Walton's Opera Houso II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r V. U. OUannon J. S. Hocker, mules, com-Ho is n son of Mr. W. H. AnMurch 17, with tho advantages will be left undone that will add to the live in Iiiiuilajijeniieta. three C. E, Tate. W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. unit llle icara old. cikxI family horae.nbout derson, who was In tho drug business of tho good company which Manager pleasure of tho entertainment. e h) barrels of corn, ono w neon and tho long with Mr. W. B. McRoberts in tho date, Friday, April 2nd, unrueav,! new iiiuweriinu raae.Aici'uruucK; Fred G. Conrad always provides, and buggy mid iilowi. harneaa, etc., ago. equipment of scenery nnd make your arrangements to bo at and 1 aeta ot Imggy harness, about H) who has made tho his own special or "U tiuns, llouaehoIU anil kitchen furniMr. J. A. Hollas, which has been perfected after u great Walton's Opera Houso beforo tho cur- ture. Hale will liegtu ut V:ao A, m ahurp. Highland section n mighty good citizen deal of experience in presenting this Terms made know n on day of sale. tain rises, years. leaves today for for several J. tl. 1IKCK, M. 1)., drama. family to OF HIGH CLASS kMutonll!o, Ky. .. Homlney, Okla., with his A Wholesome Story Well Told. Col. J. I. Chandler, Auct. Ho reported a largo attendanco County Committee met hero Monto Cristo, which will be at Walton's The Wednesday" at his sale and says everything brought Saturday to look into tho contest of Operu Houso satisfactory prices. Mr. M. S. Baughman against Mr. W. night, Marchl7th, is ono of tho greator Mn. S. J. Bell and sop, Adison, L. McCarty. As has been stated in est human nature plays ever written Having mid will Stanford, was hero Saturday. Mr. T. these columns several times, Mr. Baugh- and in its appeal to tho imagination miction on my inv farm, Ithree sell at public preiiilaea, miles Mouth U. Hammonds, of Stanford was attend- man contested tho nominutiou of Mr, through tho instinctive lovo of adven- ut Otteiihelm,toon the road leaitlun from To bo Way uesburg, ou Croli Orchard Mont-omr- y ing Circuit Court. Mrs. C. F. McCarty for sheriff, charging fraud and ture and romance, it is without an Mrs, Mon- ityegulunties. 17, IKV, WKD.NKHDAY. JIAUl'H and son aro with Tho committee heard equal. It is u most Ingeniously contgomery's father, T. S. Carpenter, at the petitions of both gentlemen and structed play, tho action is brisk and for cash In huiul ull my ucrsonul property, koimI Liberty News. Hustonville'. speeches by tho attorneys of each, but tho situations give fine opportunity for conaltlliiKof hor.e, 13 work mine. In foul; turrets of torn, 1 cow good fumlly by a vote of seven to fivo declined to go tho most elaborate scenic and mechanwith calf. cow, freah In June, two.ear-ol- d 1 lielfcr.lyearllllgiteeia LOCALS. heifer. further Into tho contest, their de- ical effects. Tho Incidents follow with lilao drill, enrllnn drill with seeder. 1 reaper. I mowing machine. I X. Sec tho new Btylea In men's Oxfords. cision is not at all pleasing to Mr. cleverness ana tnoy aro ot truo, cumu horse plow, top buggy. 1 double shovel liaughmau and ho issues a card to the lative Interest that reaches great power ulows.l simile blow. ilarlanit steel ramie. & Wiaren. Cummins water tuuV, bureau, I leather couch. V democrats of Lincoln county concerning in tho final climax of "Tho World is with I w uriirooe, tauiea. cnaira, wasnsiaud, rod-lutho crowd and go to tho their action. Ho was represented In Mine," and others. Tho production is chair, kitchen safe, dinner set. wash Follow bowl, nltcher. UUUis. lot ot nowers mid moving picture show. tho contest by Hon, P. M. McKoberts under tho direction of Fred G. Conrad. many other things too numerous to men v McCarty by Messrs. W. S. He brings a metropolitan company and tion. Hule to begin nt o'clock a.m. CHAHLKH QANUIA)KK. Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. and Mr. George D. Florence. HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. special scenery. Haul lUyuoldi, Auct. Burch and Address Box 19C, Stanford, Ky. 4' TliK February pay is hero for tho See our roofing for tobacco barns school teachers, Supt. Singleton tells the beat. W. K. Warner, tho tinner. us. .11 It Is now time for your Spring sewMonth Cristo at Walton's Opera night, Wednesday, ing. Call on Mrs. J. II. Colyer, Logan Houso Avenue. March 17th. Thy a pair of that shoo at $2 Cummins & Wcarcn. work Ave. Shepherd dog, Lost, a shaggy-hairewhito stripe in forehead and small d SKIRTS. VV head. Female. W. P. Logan, Stanford. Ky. "V Buff Orpington eggs for hatching; 60c per setting of 17, or $2 60 per hun power nort- - dred. Mrs. W. 3. Holtzclaw, Gilberts 4t J. II. Powell, Creek, Ky. ' 03-2- court-house- s, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes. S? high-clas- A&3 ST- "i 7S n i -- - car-loa- d ! ' Q X -- i y PUBLIC SALE! 1 onc-nat- - ? ST- 1 e. t Liri-K.Ailiu- r o NOTICE1 - " Iten-allie- n W. E. Perkins. Crab Orchard .. PUBLIC SALE! JFirst Tfational ffianks Stanford, -- 1 Jy, 1 es 39, ulr-tlK- S2t -i PUBLIC SALE 7ritt t; rela-tive- s. Wed-nlgh- 1 two-tiora- 1 1 buck-bonr- il Big' Combination Sale Held at e. PUBLIC SALE! Business Horses, Stallions anil Jacks, Hustonville,Ky.,March 24, 25 & 26. Write for Entry Blanks. Entries Close March lOtn. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 g The Hustonvillc Combination Sale Company 0lt. . -- .. ,. tiUfiitkmnmtltrtMttm a .ivfiiiiihimm-mm- V The Interior Journal. JSntWtnlAc Moonti-da- tt PoU-Ofict- CHURCH MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL. Stanford at matter, L.&N. TIMETABLE No. H, Wrath, lliMr.M. M. No.Srt.HOlltll.llSMA No. 4, North. I. W A. M. No. 1. North..? P M No. V, l 17 A M So,M.wr. x. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Every person in this city who is sufDand-ruf- f fering from Eczema, Pimples, of skin or scalp dis or any form cisc, can find relief and be permanent' ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid lot external use. All durgcists sell ZEMC. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Truth A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Storo in the Owsley Buildinp. Insuresjobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Ilesldence I'lione 80; Olllce, 95. Insure with nic and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox r handsome, largo joung Jersey Bull, descended from a long nnil unbroken line of bulls and cows on the the most noted England nnd America. Hit Jersey ...... of w I 5 r . . il.n l,.t hulls fiver lmtHirtca git nnd bis dam Is n show cow thnt 1ms youen pounds or rich milk in one dny. If or the Likeness of "Like begili Like Home ..... t...ntii ami wio i Ancestor" ni'nil Yourself of his ser- .. n in iw.nllnB.ltn.iirvA .. lltiiltpl YlCe. Il.wjlliwniiunTu..v..v cows outnumber of npproyed. registered year, for a few ol herd this side of our own engagement IwforejsendlnB S3 each. Make 11KI1I AOTTEIt. Htanford, ky. Telephonu 11. N. 17 Wo has a to offer three extra choice liult calves that will be sold nt right prices. -- .... "iju s. At McKinney, Ky., You can find our standard j Remedy, the reatest mo hi nnu uverineun.-iiiKidf nnn&anr iMitiimiitl. in. Halt llhctim. fromall nv Trnnlil.. nmlhas nodiseases arisingmanuequal. It It Impure blood It factured under the pure food act ol June 1KM, nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If directions thellemedy Is taken according toby the use nnd If he or she Is not benetltcdyour money. Kemedy we will refund of the We con do nothing more. Kach package doses with n registered guarancontains tee, and mnlllng card with full Instructions. mall on reWe send It to any address by packages for ceipt of $1 per package or six If taken n U. Better order n bo time you might sate a big doctor's bill. accord-InIleniemlierllyoutakHthe Kemedybenefited,s to Instruction nnd are not will not You you get sour dollar bnek. stores for hnd the remedy In drug aulhorUed sale. It agents. Is sold only bv our duly HKIUIKN WILLIAMS, Agent. "" !. Ed Foster, of Casey, and Williams, of Eubanks, wcro married last week. ! adequate. At Evansville, Ind., Dr. Henry J. Tho southern confcrcnco of Unitarian power liolicr arid engine nnd snw WilChurches will be held In NSv Orleans, Hooker, aged 73, and Miss Jennie mill for sale. Will sell either or lioth. son, 51, were made one. Miss Wilson March 23, 24 and'23. On.. K"Ml.i:,Otten!iein, Ky. 45 years I'oslnlllce, Wityncshiirg, Ky. I will prench at McCormacks church went to school to tho doctor tho 1th Sunday in each month of 1W)9 ago. James Pelly nnd Mrs. Margaret The Joseph Price Sanatorium, at 11 A. M., and 7:30 r. M. J. 9- Mont Rrotvn, of Boyle, surprised their many gomery. Norlh IrftneasterHtreet. Hnrrodsburg and l'rof. H. K. Taylor, president ol tho friends by driving to getting married. The groom Is 00 years Stanford, Xontucky. Kentucky Wcsleynn CoIIcko at Winchester, has resigned ns the head of of age and the bride U 60 For TrwMnvnt wealthy farmer Throat. Kar, of rHea's of the Ke. Now. orthat institution and his resignation has fieorgo Hughes, nresiding and fruit grower, iwar St. gans. Nervous H.i stem and Hnrgery. formally accepted by tho board of county Louis, Mo., arrived in Pulaski trustees. Rov. Jnmoa Ware, of Shanghai, Chi- (Tuesday ns the result of an advertiseand n few na, wu tendered a reception at the ment in n matrimonial paiwr church at Dnnville, to which hours lator was united in mnrrlHgo to Llarstln loilge Nn.SH. I', A A. M.wlll Christian most In atntesl rsiuimtiiileatlun on each Brst and all of tho ministers of that cily lent Miss Itarthenia Uirdlor, one of the thin! Monday nights of esuh nwnth, at 7:1 oVtoek In lli-- lr hall mi Main streot, Stan their presence. He has been in Shang- popular young ladies of the county. ford, K . Metnlssrs of sister lodges art Ira-tpr. m. 7. I., Penny, (sally Ins II. .1 lo hai for 28 years, and two years ago he Somerset Journal. W. M..T. W ivnningion.see. led the fight for tho famine sufferers. or stimuDon't drag tho Sumach, SecDr. T. n. Hay, the Educational late lb Heart or Kidneys. That it Notice Poultry Raisers! Foreign Mission Hoard of wrong. It Is thd weak norvos that are retary of the the Southern Uantisl Convention, will crying out for help. Vitalise tire- Now lent your fowl deliver a lecture on Foreign Missions at wonk controlling norvos with a good Is the time of )ear to I'lKilera, OauMS, cures tonic, tho Baptist church here, Friday night, pr Shoop' Restorative, and eo how Itotip, eanker and l.lmberneck, slisn f(d ns Mr. Kay will quickly good he.tltliuUlconin to you a preTentlte it not only keep tin ui healthy March 19th. at 7:30. iKit makes them lay. use the stcrcoptican and moving pic- again. Tost It nnd seo ! Sold by Peni nm wus'iiis. no cure, no Hij,aiiiniu.i by your ilruggi.t. Ueo. I.. IVnuy, try It umler conditures to illustrato the heathens ny's Drugstore, ii.iur mnii.ii I un uii n.n of tKiiiltry. tion. Public cordially invited. AdmisThe Postal Department employs over sion free. Warrants galore have been sworn out 320,000 persons, a force ns large ns before a Justice of the Peace as tho re somo standing nrmiea of Europe. Last sult of a fight at Zion Lutheran church, year more money was paid to the rail Now Llvorv. near Knoxvllle. Recorder J. C. Miller, roads for carrying the mails than would Depot Stroot, of Park City, a 3uburb of Knoxville, have been required trAnoot the entire Phono 96, Zion church, and expenses of the Government 60 years acts as preacher at started proceedings by swearing out a ago. STANFORD, KENTUCKY warrant for Sol McCammon on tho Folo v 's Honey nnd Tur cures coughs, charge of disturbing public worship. quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex McCammon in turn took out warrants is Curable pels colds Get tho genulno In a yelmore than a half dozen members for ZEMO, a scientific preparation foi New Stanford Drug Co. low package external use. Stop Itching instantly and for the preacher. nd destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Eczema quickly yields and is EGGS FOR SALE ! FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. permanently cured by this remarkable Ad'Bishop sold to Wm. Moscr a pair Thoroughbred H. ('. Drown Leghorn eggs, medicint. All Dmc."- - Write for samfrom selected stock. ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., SuLouls.Mc, of mules for $440. Ul'SSKLI. mtowy. Penny's Drug Storo. Htanford, Ky. For sale or trade, a good cow. Crit City. White, Junction G. W. Lyne, of Jessamine, sold a FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES. hogs at Cc. bunch of At Wincher.P. B. Poor sold T. B. KserytlilnB for Orchard, Lawii and Garjack for $1,G00. den. Write for catalogue. Adams a II. F. lllLLKNMKYKIUtHONH. In Woodford Joe S. Hughes sold two Islington, Ky. jack colts to John Veach, of Wilmore, U'nr lii nosltlnn toilonll kinds of con for 5700. eretlng. such as Block Work. Pavements CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! nuns irmu r nlul.lii laci. we can nniKe au We I. C. James, of Mercer, bought a no.t. call s"r with the. tiest.'ns hon.e down tun fence the -- s handsome pair of horses from Bud wellrun furnishslif t nubile nower. plants of you promptly mid guarantee. llrs of cut as the fn um nw. worK nuu niaieriiii. 1.1111 ii Price, of Mitchellsburg, for J400iS, all kinds, bulbs, potted dowers, oil short Iieforeyou buy sour material ai leusi ol wreaths notice. AIm, illlike a Wm. Moser sold to Ad Bishop a for for funeral iuroses. I hne nil gelding for $150. Same party In rouneclloii with the nlioxe, reasonable kinds of vegetables on hand nt sold to Isaac Shelby a gelding for $150. pr c,,l,u,MTiAj,-UKKl.- Stanfonl, Ky. iiot'HKS. The Federal quarantine for tho foot i:il 111 III! A llll, I'KIIII. Stanford, Ky. and mouth disease in cattle against Maryland and Michigan was entirely Danvlllo is likely to have n now Christian church, the old building being in- Alfalfa, lings and rnltle come) to llutler Co. Miss Ora Hnd toV Hit of Improved farms. Address, J. K. VfKHT, Augusta, Kas. If YouIWant To Crow Corn, FOR SALE 1 " SjHWRHBSsas.1 - (tviilto-t'rlnar- im bn MASONS' MEET. iiit S. D. CARTER, ol i?rIX0 IS HKHHmiil men. ..iiiui nnd tin! Inn nrt t.r 1the wearing iruttiet wi think, arc Our t)li tin their old Winter Snoe anil IlIot (.tyllsh of any lto that nre made. In gun metnls, intent leather;, box iiilvon, velours iuiiI vUU they are uiiexccllnl. Wlion it comes to O. K. ColllOllllll PcleCt IiIimmI alioiia , mil OrfnnU villi liertl Hot LII I1IIV further. IVprVlllllllf IllW. Tlllg "CaAOIl's g(JO(U. lVlCC' l.nnrtV ...... v. unlit ....... . .voililllt. . r. . -- . .'.' All the way from a )0o Iwby shoo to n 81 trcuwii. Call arc jileasing. in Will take ileaM nrountl nud sec our line before you buy clfowberc fhowiug you our line. j... j-- SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Eczema Cbe Eincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital. Surplus, Resources, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT $5O,O0O.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. O. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER J- - W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER W. M. 200-pou- CONCRETING J. B. PAXTON, DIRECTORS! J. B. T Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stauford .John 1J. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Htunl'onl; T. C. Itan- kin, I.'incaster; J. H. PiixUm, Stanfonl; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; 1 1. L. Hubble, Lancaster; V. PHILLIPS BROS., H. Cumniius, Preachersvitle; Lilbtiru GoK!h, Gilberts Crook. Ik ft Km 1 ft F13S2S Hides and Wool nuLEih-- We Cay v,nrrr2mr.Ji&t, Feathers. Tallow, Beeswax, Clnseng. Col Jen SeU Yc3ow Root). May Apple. Wild Ginger, etc We are dealers; J in 1856 "Out naif a century in mad can do better for ycu dun Loumille' serais cr cor&misaoa merchsats. Reference, Write for wUy ny Bsokia LouiniSe. stirring Ucs. price lis! ffl. 223 sl . Mattel St. Sabel&sons, LOUISVILLE, KY. r 1$ i J, L.Beazley&Co., As administrator of John.. SHoniiuiore, deceased. 1 will sell at public outcry to the Ulgnesl ni'lilrral iiiociock a. m., WKDNKelD W.MAItUH 17. following the 1...1 ........... iersonal property, ...... .....i UVIIVI ,....., .., ,., IKIirB 111 Ktftl llflj 1. III. ...,... K'TI lifc.lll, i.. 1.1 good red red hellers. 17 cslvea, 1; cows, giHsl mare mule. 5 tears old. Sliorses mare. I sorrel (on, s.i goou rouiiiuowii slow. sheej, nlioui ready to lamb and T other 3 Joseph. Irvino & Co, sold tho great sheen: 17 shoals. u sows, a lot of farming lot of other things loo Implements and herd jack, Dr. Wood, to Gibbs & Mack-inumerous to mention, 'terms madu Know u onuay of sale, of Springfield, for $1,400. They alHKTTIK HPOONAMOItK, Adnix. Col. J. l'.l'liaiidler, Auc. so sold a yearling jack to same parties for $125 and to W. A. Terry, of Hies-villti stm-rs.1 1 n, raised yesterday. The United States annually produces more corn than all other countries of the world combined 2.927,000,000 out of 3,888,0000,000 bushels. I have for sale a good driving horse 15J hands, and fat, sound and gentle for lady to drive, 1 good milk cow, 1 sow and 5 shoats. If you want some thing that will suit yon, call on me at once at my store at Turnersville, Ky. Keene Lutes. Danville Court. There were about 100 cattle on the market yesterday and a few extra good yearlings sola at 4c. Butcher stud was slow at 2 to 3Jc. The mule market was active and a number sold at S125 to $175. Few horses were sold and the market was NOTICE I V I wlll.lx'tween the hours of M.and I o'clock I'. M., on o'clock A. MONDAY, MAIU'II . It'll". In front of the court-hous- e door In Stansell nt public outcry to the highford, Ky., est and t bidder for cash In hand the lol- kj ur in iiiucii nb umiiny low lllK cost nud penalty. The amount Includes i tier cent, penally anil com m imperilling; Dinwiddie Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens lie. 1'iui i.i, Cnrpenter, Jennie und lKnle lir7-- s lis L. It. Ht'iiiirs, Treasurer Stanford Oraded school so &Co Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-d- ate Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to 10c. PUBLIC SALE Hustonville. Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. Rubber. Guineas 20c a Piece. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford, Ky. THE SAFEST AND OaiGKcST WAY TO Ducks 10 to 10 Geese 6 to 7c. 2c. line TRANSFER MONEY 18 DY jennet for jack to William and a ham, of Springfield, for $010. a four-year-o- $150 Gra- EXECUTRIX'SSALE! Mahony & Rankin, LONG DISTANGE TELEPHONE FOR RATES The Lurid Glow Of Doom wus seen in the red face, Lands and body of the llttlo son of II. M. Ailnms, ofllenrletta, Pa Hi awful plight from eczema had, for five years, defied all remedies and bullied the best doctors, who said tho potsoned blood had affected hit lunas and nothing could , UuiieitiKers and Embalm. Mi. Also Dealers in Fur- nlture, Mattings.Rug?. They will exfliange Furniuroor tllJ.Kimls ?f Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right & US' K ' -- aro him.''Rut." writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric Hitters completely cured him." For Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Ithoum, Sores and IJlood Disorders and Ithoumntism Electric Uitters Is supreme, Only C0c. Guar anteed by Penny's Drug Store.' Mr. W. M. Dodd, in enclosing an advertisement of his great Gambettn Wtlkes stallion, Gallon, which will up pear Friday, writes that his horse 1ms already begun his season and that a number of his colts are being foaled. Railev. of Lexington. Bold two harness geldings by Galton for $2,000 some weeks since. As eiecutrlx of the estate of Wltllmii I will 011 Wurren, TUKHDAY.MAUt'll SB, I'.sfi, lieglnnlng at In o'clock A. M.. sell to the highest and lie.t bidder, at public outcry, 011 the farm of the late William Warren, deceased, the following htioiiu1 property, rtocn Jersey cons, registered shorthorn cows, I srarllug heifers, V cnlww, IU hogs, :i mares, bred to Jack, t work luulea, mule coll, farming Implements,); wagons,! , a spring wagon, new carriage, I double shovel plows, J tiiriilng plows, 1 Dl.o harrow.l siuiMitiiliighnrrow, hay rake.t monlug muclilues, 1 binder, 1 corn planter, JlUo drill with lertlllter 1 cutting Iki, corn shciler, scnldlug Ikjx, half Interest In roller, wagon and plow gear, S.VI barrels of exeelleut corn, household and kitchen furniture and number of other things. TK11MH. All purchases or Slit mid under cash In hand;alloer liuonn credit of six mouths, with note with npiiroed security, punhle to the undersigned und Unrlng 0 Interest from date until paid. Mkh. Wm. Waiiukn, T. D. Kugllsh, Aut. Danville, Ky. H 1 1 phu-loii1 1 1 1 11 INSURANCE, Fire, Life,- APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TEHHES8EE TELEPHONE COMPW incrisrcKr fiirniTit HOncres. of good hlun grass land, lying one mile North of McKlnney.on nud Is now ready to serte his old friends and the Htniiiont pike. Iinprotemeiila hopes to make many new ones. If sou linte fencing good- plenty of water and fruit. nerea of tlmlvred land one mile Also it mule or horse to castruta sate the work Kastof luill under fence; plenty Klght of tin) leading companies of the for him and have It done rlkiil- Ho makes of waterMoKlnnev;tolmrco land. Ki'e grow- nnd good world reiire.Hiitid. Ooiuiwte In rales with a spot laity of castrating rldgi lings. ngcrop. J. in v i;:r. Agent. of tho world, nil tliecouiimhlet McKlunry.Ky. Itching Skin Diseases record unsurpassed. Never had it law suit In thu history of this agency. readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid promptly paid nud without discount. No Arc waiting Wila fur your money. Ihfore In for external use. Zcmo gives instant surlug, call on and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. lxs-pa)-lu- g Accident j T. F. GROSS, ECrab Orchard, Xontucky. FARM FOR SALE - I !' ,. loss STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. MAHONY 6 RANKIN, Lincoln Bonds for Sale! The Iimiranco Men of Stntiford, clicf and permanently cures any form if Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All DruoRists. Write (or sample. E. W, toe Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G- L.PENNY'S DRUG STORE. When Ordering Clothes J. 7 C. McClary, Per Cent. Scmi-Anuall- y. tilX - ri- - -- 4 Undertaker.! Embalmer and 5ealor InlHarriesa, Saddlery, STANFORD, Offce Fhonr, 1ST. KY HoinePUoD b. On HATI'ltDAY. AIM11L 111. 1MM, at I o'clock 1' M.. In Irout of the court house door In HtmiluiU. Lincoln county, Ky., the uiidirslgiieU romiiilk.louerswlll aellut public outcry to the highest bidders the bonds of said county to ilia amount of UVui for the piiriose of irectlug it new III said comity. Hald IxmiU will lie Issued in three svrles, tserlea "A of SIUJ11I uud cuuslstliigof Jbondsof I'm each, due and puyuble in 10 years from May 1, ILV, with thu privilege of redeeming In T jears. Herlea "ll"ol t0,HU, consisting of ) boilcls of each, due und payable In 15 years man, swallowed carbolic acid while from May I, 1KV. with the privilege of In 10 ears. wulkini? alone Halstead street. Chicago. Herlea "0" of I15.UH, consisting of 80 bonds and died a few minutes afterward. of each, duo and pa) able la ) years I ; from May I, iww, but with thu privilege of ,,77; A tickling or dry cough cun bo redeeming In Uyeurs, quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's 1 Hald bonds will tw sold on April 10, lUJ,nt I'.M.und will balssuad Cough Homed y. No oplura.no chloro from 1st day of May, luw, and Iwar InterestI with Interest nt per cent., payahla svnil.uniiually, form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold O II. Cooper, J. H. Owsley, Jr., and W, H, j,y penny's Drug Store. llurchi Uouimltiloiiers. court-house m The cleverest Imitation of real ColTee oter yet Inado Is Dr. Shoop's Health Collee. It Is flno in Uavor and is made In just ono minute. No tedlouH Madu from 20 or 30 minutes boiling. pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample flee. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. . iw In the sicht of a score of uedestrlans. Frederick H. Brown, a traveling Bales- - Indigesi ion We think of Djtpspsla, Heartburn, and Indigestion as real diseases, Tel tliey are symptoms only of a tenant ipoclflo In Itself a true disease. Etomach trouble Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my stock ol Hardware. lMllg a good busiiteasou ness. Wilt Invoice, about III health, (II'.O. I). HOl'I'dl. Htanford, Ky. made to which plainly Indicate they our measure. 1 will also take your measure for oitrn trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Kail and Winter samples on hand ready for your lusMctluu. H.U. HUI'LKY. The Tailor. Htanford, Ky. ltnvetniir measure taken ; 'allnrot Then your clol.ies. he t her a low price limine., suit or ihe finest evening clothes, will have that Individuality nnd lit were) ll but a irmptom of, and not Safeguard the Future The safest, surest nud most adeijunto guard for thu future Is a policy In ! It was this fact that first correctly led Dr, Snoop In tba creation of tliat now very popular ftomarh Itsmedr Dr. Shoop's Krttoatls. Going direct to the stomach narrea, alone brought that success and favor to Dr. nhoop and his lie. tors tit a. Without that original and highly vital principle, do turn lasting accoinpllilimmiu wen aver to be had, For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad breath aud sallow complexion, trr Dr. nboop'i Itastoratlrv lableti or Liquid and sea fof your, self what It can and will do. We aU and coeaA fully recommend Vttra skknitst nothing elss. safe- Mutual Benefit Life This Hue black saddle stalliun was ilnd by the great saddli breeding stallion, Old Insurance Co. Htouewall, This colt's dam was it Denmark liiare. Unit it nice volt. He has colls to It Is conspicuous for economical maungii. iirotu his good breeding. Wlllstnnd at ilto meiit.llliernllty of IUHilley contracts, fair Insure until weaning time We hold u lien on all colts until paid for. llarreii marcs dealing with Its members and huge returns made to stand by thelmprcgiiator. . Wo hate toiHillcy holders, TIih company Is Juit entering the lierfccl success lit this breeding, ILLY IRECKINRIDGE. This Una black Jack was sired by Major Joliu 11. Harris Imported Jack. He will make the season of itavnt my burn at pi to Insure u colt until weunlng time. Ills get of IKMIsuowon my farm to show for Tils good breeding. He tl a sure foal getter. A. T.TItAYLOll A HONH. I'leasaut Hill Ilreedlug rami, Htanford, It. K. I). Mo. I. ull other companies combined. Wrlto lor particulars, stutlng age and whether mar-rlr- d or single to K. M.NKU'f.AND.Hpeclal Agt. Myers House flats, Htanford, James I, While, Holloltor (or llookcaitle Oo. of it successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. The Dr. Shoop's PENNY'S DftUQ STORE. SIXTY FOURTH YEAR , , V'w ' . ''ili'TlVilrtiWl1 S,.AALJts.-- , itisV,'. Jaittd(sLs T iTijItllls rfV iftll ftl llH h Af III' iWiAs ..-- HsHstja jajlht.lsWL.itfctJI kstfissai w.i .iijiiTriiilWfV