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When and Where the Courts of Lincoln Co. were Held, ns shown from the Records of the Courts. The rtrwcnt Stnto of Kentucky was, prior to December 31, 1776, a portion of tho county of Fincastle. In the Stato of Virginia, lly act of tho LeRlslaturo of Virginia from and after that date Fincastle county was divided into three counties, of which ono was called Kentucky, and embraced all that part thereof which Ilea to tho South and westward of a lino bcRlnnlntf on the Ohio river nt the mouth of tho Rrcat Sandy Creek and running "P the same and branch tho main, or thereof to tho Great Laurel ltidge or North-easterly STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. niljourncd to tho new public buildings In tho town of Stnntonl and thero hald for the future And thon n court was held at the new public buildings In the town of Stanford nml county of Lincoln on the same day and year aforesaid. Juiticea present. Uaac Shelby, Henry ,. , Aloxllmlur ,ano nn(, Walter Ilavlor (Gcntlomcn.) Anrll term. April 23, 1832. At n court held at Stanford April 23, 1832. A of tho justices of tho peace of this bcinir nrnscnt and concurring do order and direct thnt n new court houso bo orcctcd upon the public squaro in the town of StanforJ and for tho pur- tvoso of enabling this court to determine upon nnd select tho best plan and structure of such building it is ordered that Thomas Helm, John H. Camden, Mich-nDavidson, John Mcltoberta nnd Wil liam Shanks bo appointed commissioners, who are directed to draw and to this court a plan or diagram of such bulldin? and that nn estimate of the probable sum which it will cost to construct such building nnd it is order ed that said commissioners or a major ity of them, do after tho next term of this court nrocced to let out tho erec tion of said building to the lowest bid der, stipulating for the payment of the same to the undertaker at such time nnd in such manner as thoy In their discretion my think proper and Ithat they tako from the undertaker bond with good and sulllclcnt condition bond for the faithful execution and completion of the business. February term, Feb. 10, 1831. Commissioner's plan and diagram approved and filed and that said commissioners cause such building to be constructed fifty-sifeet long nnd fifty feet wide. July term, July 3rd, 1837. Ordered that the court house be received. Undertakers Jonnthan O. Hryant and William Hutchison; at cost of about five thousand dollars. Stanford, Ky., March 13, 1H09. ma-Joricl pro-Be- nt MARCH 19. 1909. NO. 4, DRODHEAD. Tho county roads aro now In n very bad condition but what cannot he cured must bo endured. Wo will likely havo good roads next Summer when tho dry weather sets in. U. C. Mctcalf has purchased a farm and moved his family from tho Maret-bur- g section to near Beo Lick. John Jarrctt was called to Charleston, W. Va., list week on account of tho scrl ous Illness of his father. Evangolist It. A. Barnes, who recent' ly held a 30 days revival here, will be gin a meeting at Livingston In two weeks. Kov. A. J. I'ikc preached at Freedom Saturday and Sunday. Kev. Jamison, of the Southern Baptist Theo logical Seminary, louisvillo, nnd pastor of tho Livingston Baptist church, preached n very interesting sermon here Monday night. Jame.s Thompson, of tho Quail neighborhood, died and was buried in.tho I'rov- Idcnco cemetery Tuesday. A little over two years ago at a public sale nt IQuail Jeff and Itoht. Dowcll, cousins, became engaged In a fight. Thompson, while acting as peace maker, was accidentally shot by Jeff Dowell from which he never recovered. Dowell was tried in HUSTONVILLE. Hemp breaking is in full blast ar.d every available hand ts'bclng used at good wages. Of christian charity Throughout tho West End. In distress or disease Every ncho they will ease And n helping hand lend. The numerous friends of Mr. John Dinwlddie will regret to learn of his se rious illness. He has a wide circle of Cumberland Mountains; thenco South- .v westerly along said mountains to the line of North Carolina and contained was divided into three counties, Jefferson, Fayotto and Lincoln. Jefferson embraced that part of tho South sdo of Kentucky river, which lies west and north of a lino beginning at tho mouth of Dig Hcnion creek and running up the same, and Its main fork to tho head; then south to tho nearest waters of Hammonds creek and down tho samo to Its junction with the town fork of Salt river, thenco South to Green river and down tho samo to lt juncture with the Ohio riv37,080 squaro miles. In May, 1780, Kentucky acquaintances, is a prominent member of tho Christian church and a member of the city council until recently. In the interest of good roads why docs not Kentucky follow the splendid example set by Virginia 7 In a meeting held in Richmond recently a complete State organization was effected with $10,000 pledged nnd the Legislature asked to appropriate 5500,000 more for good roads. A campaign of education on tho subject to awaken the people to the needs of better management that will result in better roads should be made. At J. S. Underwood's sale Saturday, stock brought fair prices, sheep sold at f6 75 A good crowd attended. The sale of Charles Lutes Saturday was well attended and bidding lively. Thirty sheep sold at $6 50, cows $25and up, ono pony brought 15, four horses were taken down to await the combination Household goods sold at fair sale. Mr. Lutes left for Canada prices. Wednesday, where ho will make his Myers & McCormack, home. Vaughn shipped last week one car of cattle they bought at 2J to 4c, two cars of hogs at 5c. Riffe & Tucker one car of hogs bought at 5c, one car of butch er stuff at 2J to 4c. D. C. Allen ship-pea car of hogs to Cincinnati. There is no rarity Mrs. F. P. Combcst, of Casey, came up td visit her daughter, Mrs. Stevenson, and have some dental work done by Dr. O. S. Williams. Judge Boyle Stone, of Liberty, stopped over in our city en route to Danville to visit Geo. P. Crow nnd fnmily. James W. Allen nrrived from Dunnvillc Saturday with 310 fat hogs. Capt. Joe Morris, the noted thoroughbred handler, is the guest of T. L Carpenter. Mr. C. L. Holmes, the veteran traveler, of Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunday here C. L. Pile and wife were here shopping Saturday. Sam Bishop has returned from a delightful Southern tour, stopping several days at Jacksonville and other points, where he met a number Mrs. Wm. Cabell arof Kentuckians. rived here to see Mrs. Frances Cabell, who is seriously ill. To try and arrest the ravages of the great white plague, on Dec. 12, 1908, Police Judge Vnl B. Morse, accompan ied by his devoted mother left here for Deming, N. M. The unfavorable weath er there, in spite of the close attention of the best physicians, caused a rapid decline and he passed into the great be yond, from which none ever return, on March 11th, aged 25. Some days before his death he asked to be "taken home to die," but his physicians said he would die en route. Mrs. Morse, with the remains arrived Tuesday morning nnd after an Impressive funeral service by Rev. W. S. Willis at the Christian church, n largo concourse of sorrowing friends attended the burial in Hustonvlllo cemetery. The floral offerings were exceedingly profuse and o d B1 ill! You cam go wrong if circuit court but acquitted. A. R. Albright was in Loulsvillo on business first of week. Deputy Jailer Jop Albright was here Tuesday. Mrs. Granville Owens visited home folks on Chestnut Ridge Tuesday. Rev. J. A. Saycrs.nf Pineville, is visiting hero this week. Editor E. S. Albright was in town Tuesday. Hrakemnn John Pike and Walter Miller were homo first of week. Mrs. Albert Albright, of Lebanon Junction, visited here first of week. Hardly has anything been more of a shock to our town than was tho message which (lashed over the wires about noon Tuesday, from near Pongo, thnt Manly Albright was instantly killed nt Bullock's saw mill. Manly left here Tuesday morning about 8 o'clock, hale and hearty, but was soon cut down. He was 25 years of age nnd n son of Mrs. Mary Albright. He was a travel ing salesman for Stratton & Terstege Hani ware Co.. of Louisville, nnd was on one of his business trips when killed. Just how ho was caught in tho mill machinery is not known, but it is presumed the wind ulew a portion of his overcoat near a shaft which was making about GOO revolutions per minute, catching his coat and pulling him down literacy breaking every bone in his body. The remains were brought here nnd met by Mr. J. (J. MoClary who prepared them for burial. They were taken and interred in the McKinncy cemetery Thursday. Several from Mt. Ver non including Misses Alza and Susie Thompson, Mrs John W. Brown and Mr. A. B. Furnish nccompanied the remains here and several from hero went to the funeral nt McKinncy. Besides his mother. Manly leaves one brother, Emhry Albright. In Style, in Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, you wear one of our er. Fayette embraced that part which lies north of the line beginning at tho mouth of tho Kentucky river and running up the samo to Its middle fork, thenco up the middle fork to the head, thenco Southeast to tho Washington 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. ! . Lincoln county embraced the residue of Kentucky county. The first court In Lincoln county was or held at Harrodsburg on the ICth day January. 1781. Tho following persons having received a commission from the John Itmr.iir, Sit. governor of Virginia appointing them KINGSVILLE. justices for the county of Lincoln: John Uowman. IJonjamin Logan, Hugh Georeo Hogue is ut homo from In William Craig. Stephen Trigg, dianapolis, where he has been working. Cowan, Jno Kennedy. Jno. Logan. John Doc Camden and Miss Jewel Snuw, Abraham Howman, Isaac Ilite. William Eubanks, eloped to Tennessee and Mcllride, Willism McAfee and James of were married. Ustlllc, with authority as well to exeThe fanners aro taking advantage of cute within the limits tho other duties the pretty weather and nro making of said olllee prescribed by law to bo of ready for farming. any court to be hold for said county, of Dave Singleton moved his family to bewhich court one of tho sal.l justices Waynesburg where he will live. Josiah ing of the seven first named shall be one Singleton will move to Dave's old home. nnd also a commissioner of Oyer nnd An oyster supper and musical enter samo percon Terminer directed to the i..tn.p rnmmlmiioner of Over and Termi tainment will be given by the K. O. T. ner for the trial of slaves In tho said M. of this place Saturday night, March county with authority to bo of any 20. J. A. Dudderar was here last week court of Oyer and Terminer. looking for a work horse. G. W. Leach The Mrst court, held the ICth of bought a rnaro from somo l'erryvillo 1781, was organized by the severabove named taking Ihe oath parties court day. al persons J. G. Walls visited relatives at Stanof o!ll:e, court adjourned to Feb. 21, When court convened Feb. 21, ford last week. Oscar Gibson is work1781. V. G. Gilhland c.imo 17sl, Col. Hcnjamin Logan came into ing In Cincinnati. cjurt and offered ten acres of land, in- home from Lexington to sluy a few cluding tho Huffnlo Springs, for build- -' days. George Maxey, n railroad living t Smith Fork, linn liuen ir a court !i"U and other necessary Mrs. Bertha piblls buildins's. nnd also fifty ncrea at very low with small-pox- . f rom Dunnawny is Mailing in rulaski. Mrs. nn mil. iiutant. noarly South-cas- t Slid spring, as long ns tho court or said Cash Leach and Maggie Kouten, of Lexington, visited relatives here. county shall continue there, and it to the court to bo tho most conNEWS NOTES. venient place; it is ordered that tho cojrt bo held thero for tho future; nnd Gen. W. J. I'almer, the founder of it is ordered that tho court be adjourn- Colorado Snrincs. Col., died Saturday ed from lUrrodiburg to St Asaph to as the result of injuries sustained in u bo held thero tho next court in course. fall from a horse in October, 1900. 1783. Hcnjamin Ugan May term, Capt I'eter C. Haines, Jr.. will be nnd George Davidson appointed to emput on trial April 19 at Flushing, N. ploy parsons to remove tho court house Y., on the chnrgo of murdering Wiland prison for tho uie of the county to laid off for that liam K. Annis at tho Hajslde Yacht such placo on tho land Club. purpose as they shall think moat conGovernors of States all over the Un completed In such venient, and to bo Ordered ion nre writing letters to Gov. Willson manner as they ahall direct. nromlsinir to attend the International that Willis Green bo appointed clerk of Tax Congress which convenes in Louis this court. Henjamin Logan ville in September. 17SJ Jon-uary, cm-pn- yi Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 'BsKsTisHHifliiSlNHvsBflF'iWiiHsSliMiLz WAYNESBURG Prof. Caleb Ncwsii's school closed Wednesday, II. 11. Singleton, our hustling lumber man, is able to be out again after a V. S. Denson and W. slight attack of grip. August term, and Hugh Ugan (Gentlemen) are appointed In room of William May.to view the prison nnd court house. July term, 1786. Ordsred that tho dtveling house of Col. Hen Ugan bo nude and considered tho Goal of the county until further provisions be mado heroin by tho court. February term, Fob. 21, 1787. At n cojrt held for Lincoln county. Ordered Dip; Pond. was u thrlMng experience to Mrs Ida Sopor to face death. "For years a severe lung trouble ijiiyp mo Intense Near Doath In D. D. Hayes aro very ill with grip. Rev. W. S. Taylor filled his appointment at the Baptist church Saturday nnd Sunday. He preached somo interesting sermons to n well filled house. G. W. Morton has taken chargo of the hotel which ho recently rented nt Eubanks. Mrs. Dale, who bought the property of Will Horton, moved in last week. M. G. Reynolds, of Pulaski, Is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sims and children, of Somerset, visited their parents here. Mr. Reuben Williams, of McKinncy, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Margaret Smith. Mrs. C. G. Caldwell, Mrs. Tipton Sims nnd Miss Minnie Caldwell are This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. Investigate before placing your order. beautiful. Softly tho stars will gleam Upon his quiet grave. Where ho sleeps without a dream, (The son she could not save. The bereaved family have the sympaVal thy of tho entire community. Morse joined the church at tho ago of 14, and during the latter part of his Jife gave conclusive evidence of that conversion that is imbued with hope in eternal life, for he feared not death. W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. When Ordering Clothes Tlim J ur clothes, whetliiTii lw ult or tliw Miut evvnlne will luivo Unit Imllvliluiillly and lit clolhvs. lik'U plainly Imllcatu tliej worn nmUe to e take )ouriutiiuro. 1 will h1o fancy your lop for .'xtra lroiiMr, Kill! und winter I'ouUnml on Ii.iiiU reiuly rorjoiir liinpeelloii. II. O. UUPLKY. Tub Tailor, prlco liusliu-IIuvo your ineiuure taken by a tiilliir of STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. It William Montgomery, lor, James Davis and Andrew Kincald, (Gentlemen) aro appointed and requested to let tho building of a court house for tho use of tho county of the dimenTho body of tho house to sions good white ash or oak logs, well bo of hewed nnd dufftalled. Thirty feet long, twenty feet wide and fourteen feet pitch, to ba covered with laptlshingles; two jury rooms, ono on each side of tho samo kind of logs and roof on each side at tho end where tho door is to open bo that the whole building shall form a T. Tho floors to bo laid of trood oak or white ash plank, at toast two Inches thick, and tho said commissioners aro empowered to direct the manner of making and placing tho doores, windows, barr, benches otc. At a court i,oM nr Lincoln countv 17th dav of Anrll.- 1787. ordered that the court bo that Walkor Bay- t: sulTuring," she writes, "and several times nearly caused my death. All remedies fulled and doctors said I was Ineuralilo Then Dr. King's New brought quick relief mid u euro so permanent that I have not been ars." Mrs. Sopor troubled In twelve lives in Dig I'ond, l'a. tworks wonders In Coughs undColds.Suro Lungs, Hemorrhages, La Grippe, Asthma, In a BcutUe for tho possession of n Croup, Whooping Cough and all Bronchial utlectluiis. 60o and SI. revolver between John Armstrong Cha- Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by loner and John Gillard, an Englishman, nt Chuloner's home, nt Cobham, Va Penny's Drug Store. tho weapon was discharged and Gillard The Court of Appeals adjudged that was killed. Gillard was beating his tho Indian Keflnlng Co. must pay u fine wife, who had appealed to Chuloner for of $10,000 for polluting the waters of protection. A coroner's jury exoneratElkhorn creek with refuso oil, caused ed Choloner of all blame. by overflow from its reservoirs near Pains of women, head pains, or any Georgetown. pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See l'roventics ho.o Candy Coll Curo full formula on 25o. llox. Sold by quickly chock Tablets will safely and Penny's Druz Store all colds and the Grip, Try them Sold by Penny a see Miami county, Ind., went "dry" and onco und 43 saloons were closed. Drug Store. DIs-covc--1 He was loved by all his associates und was truo as steel to his friends under visiting relatives nt Somerset. any and all circumstances and never any intentional injury to anyone Slmplo Remedy For La Grippe. did largest procession hero in years The La grippe coughs nro dangerous as followed his remains to their last restthoy frequently develop Into pneu- ing place. monia, Foley's Honey and Tar not Kills" Would-Slayer. only stops tho cough but heals and A inerclloss murdeiei- - Is Appendistrengthens tho lungs so thut no serious results need be feared. Tho gen- citis with many victims. Hut Dr. uine Foley's Honey und Tar contains King's New Life Pills kill it by prevenno harmful drugx and Is In a vollow tion They gently stimulate stomach, package Itefuso substitutes. New liver and bowls, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing Stanford Drug Co W vt, moa-lir- miiii-pl- e TtiUllim black sndUl ktnlllon win slreil bv the great kiidilW breedlUK tiilllon. Oil! lwiiniurU HloiieKiill. TJiWcoll'ilaiimai inure. HeU n "lee eolt. He, lia colu tu good bitvdlnir. Will stand ut Sto proto tils (mure until weanliiKlline. We bold u lien on all rolt until paid for. Jlarrvu niaret Hindu tu tana by tliHlmpreiMiator. We have perfert iuecets III tliU breeding. DIllY BRECKINRIDGE. of lM U now on mjr farm to uliow for bit good breeding. He a nre foal getter. A. T.TUAYMHl A HOSH, IMrukiint Hill llreedlng Kami, Htnnford, it. V. 1. Wo. I. HtauforU, Ky, liunre Till line black Jack a tired by Jlnjor He John H. llarrU Imported Jack. lit will H to inuke the senMiii of Mount my ltrn it colt until weaning time. HI. get Dinwiddie Constipation, Biliousness, Chills, Malaria, Hcaducho and Indigestion. 2Jo at Penny's Drug Store. . Safeguard the Future The Mifet,suret and moil ftdiMjunle safe guard for the future It u policy In I Tho New York Court of Appeals has decided that John It. Hageman, president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, must stand trial on tho chargo of perjury. &Co, Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers up-to-d- ate The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. I Life - "My three year old boy was badly constipated, had a high fovcr and was In an awful condition. I gave him two doses of Foley's Or jno LaxatHo and the next morning the fover was gone and ho was entirely well. Foley's Orlno Laxative savel his life.' , A. Wolkush, Caslmo.-- Wis. New Co, StanforJ Drujr liieill,UltrtiIlty oi li puui-j- ruiurutt. luir dtmlliiK with U mvinUrud lurge return! loitouoy nuiuvrt.t tnkt wii to rlii tnfl 'I'd ..j.mtiiittv IIV k . i.ii..Iiiiiiii ti iutniiMltllidl tit II II HUM IWI ( 1? ktllDflVUUU r and EmbalmerSv We carry an line of goods. of u kuccetiful butlneii career with mor policy bolder In Uncolu county than SIXTY FOURTH YEAR I'll! J 0 .'. ..-or ...w lor ull other compunlei combined. Write mar. particulars, ttatlug ugeand whether rled or WLAHD 8pecU, A.t Myers Houta Plait, Htauford. James I, White, Holkilorfor Itockcattle Co. toKK tfc,)iW.- - HkiAiAjj kk . V '. . . ..t,ku4k. J& "4.x. . mMft'i- - &Z The Interior Journal. 11 r CHARLES A. HARDIN, iof Mrrcerfounty.li n cnmlldatn for Com monwealthl Attorney of this, the 13th Judicial district, aubjrct to the nctlon of the democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, . JR., 1.1a, !., 1...I I. ItthtlUtrlct.iubJpct to the nctlon 01 the jjeraocrnwc pnnr- a a E. C WALTON 11 M. C. 8AUFLEY It nrnndtdnto ox iihd juuicini for circuit Judge of this the uumcit BLiujC'Ci io me bciiuii mo iwn.ocn.iic jmny. Democratic Ticket. Kor Htnto Honntor, K R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Representative, '. H. SHANKS For County Jndpo. JAMES P. BAILEY ForJConnty Attorney, V1 K V.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For Sheriff. W. L. McCARTY For County Court Clerk. GEORGE B.COOPER For Jailer, ( DINK FARMER" For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Bohoolf GARLAND SINGLETON 11 t , i .r For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constnble.Htnnfont District, I. M. BRUCE For Maglstrato Crab Orchard District, MVARD MOORE For Maglstrnto IIustonllltDlstrlct, J.K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Waynesburg Dlttrlct, IOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable WnyneabtirR District, JOHN G. BAUGH s n tfi .1 I'M i! .1' ft lf( Rjr 5 f bankruptcy. Tho plant of the Crescent Lumber Co., of Somerset, was destroyed by fire, causing a $6,000 loss. Elmer Spencer, a Q. & C. machenist in the Somerset shops, was killed while operating an air jack. James Eastin, who worked at Bud James's livery stable at Harrodsburg, dropped dead there yesterday. Mrs Susan Henderson, 70 years of age, died at her home in Parksville. She was a sister or Dr. W. A. Brown. Wade Lee, of Judson, Garrard counThe Pennsylvania Steel Company, ty, had one of his hands badly wounded employing G,000 men, one of the largest by the explosion of an old pistol he was of the indedendent companies, has an- handling. At Somerset a man was arrested one nounced a 10 per cent, reduction in wages, effective April 1. The Mary- night, was indicted, tried and sentenced land Steel Co., with headquarters ut to the penitentiary for two years, all in BaltimoreEmploying 4,000 men, has less than 24 hours. Charley Harp and Clyde Gillespie made a similarreduction and the W. Va.,:Pulp & Poper Co. has wero given 10 years each in the peni closed down indefinitely, throwing 300 tentiary for the murder of a Negro And this in tramp near Corbin about one year ago. men out of employment. Prof. G. P. Simmons, of the Madison the face of the good times promised by Female Institute of Richmond, has tenthe Taf administration. dered his resignation to accept the asn Miss Annie Moiigan, daughter of J. sociate presidency of Institute in Lexington, to be efPierpont Morgan, will open a restaurant in the Brooklyn Navy Yard about fective at the close of this term. May 1. As chairman of a committee MATRIMONIAL. appointed by'the New York section of the National Civic Federation, Miss A. C. Cherrington, of Cincinnati, and Morgan has just received her authoriza- Miss Lina Moses, of London, were martion from tho Governmeut to carry out ried Wednesday. this plan, which aims to provide for tho E. F. Green, the clever plumber, and men who work in tho navy yard bet- Miss Allie Skldmore, were joined heart ter food at less money than they and hand this week. Tho groom is 21, can now obtain. brido 15. Chairman Chenault Huguely, who like Mr. Penny, is for Judge Saufley in the race for judge, we will state that he has been present at each meeting. From what we can gather; Chairmen Hamil ton and;Curry are for Judge Bell. VVc are not informed as to why they desire to postpone action as to the time and method of nominating a candidate for circuit judge and Commonwealth's Attorney, but trust they have reasons tint will pruvu Sati'ACtory to their democratic constituency. Rich-wooCampbell-Hager-ma- CiiairmanIG. L. Penny hs been unable so far to get a meeting of the democratic chairmen of this judicial district, notwithstanding the fact that he has made three calls and has been to Danville twice to meet the other chairmen. To the first and second calls Chairmen James I. Hamilton and Lee Curry, of Garrard and Mercer, reasons for their absence but they ignored the last one, which was for a meeting Tuesday. Mr. Penny has requested the gentlemen to meet Tuesdayjand we hope all four of the chairmen will be present. In justice to respect-ively.'sent President Taft appointed Edward W. Dursnt, Jr., Collector of Customs at 3r. M' Paw n U WalVae mill nreneh at Charleston, S. C, toiuccccd W. D. tho Christian church atHubblo at 2:30 Cram. I Tho members of tho Kentucky dele- Sunday afternoon. Prof. H.;K. Taylor, ofWinchester, gallon In tho Houxe, with tho exception will deliver a lecture on Cuba in tho of Representative Stanley, wero un lucky in tho annual lottery for scats. near future at the Methodist church. William J, Bryan, In an Interview In I will preachlot McCormacks church In each month of 19U9 Chicago, impressed his auditors with tho 4th Sunday at 11 A. M and;7:30r. M. J. Q. Mont- the Idea that ho will bo a rcccntivc can didate for tho United States Senate gomery. Text at tho Methodist church Sunday from Nebraska In 1911. Speaker Cannon announced the ap speak as to morning: IstlCor. Who Mcn;!Judgo ycl What I Say." pointments of tho Committees on Ways Junior League at 3 r. M. Senior Leaguo and Means and Rules. Representative at 6:30 p. M. Preaching at 7:15 r. M. I Fitzgerald, of New York, who led tho We nro pointr to meet Sunday, 21st, do it in ino ngm on me ruics, goes un at Logan's Creek church at 2:30 o'clock the Committco on Rules, and other to organiio a Sabbath School. We hopo Democratic deserters were rewarded. Joseph G. Cannon, of Illinois, was re that nil who are interested in this Sunday School will meet with us. Mrs. J. E. elected Speaker ot tho iiouso oi Congress, of the Sixty-firLynn. Rev J. V. Logan.Iof Louisville, has receiving 21 votes. Champ Clark, of been calledlcalled to tho pastorate of Missouri, received 166; Cooper, of WiNor-ri- s, tho Presbyterian church at Somerset. sconsin, 8; Esch, of Wisconsin, 1; of Nebraska, 2; Hepburn, of Iowa, of Rev. Sanford M. LoHe is a brother gan, formerly oflof this place but now 'l. I Representatives Bartlctt, of Georgia, serving a Wilmoro church. bo n special meeting of all and James, of Kentucky, made good There will their caucus pledgo not to accept a the Germans of Lincoln county at in tho school!house on Sunday, committee appointment unless first ftp I April 18, 1909, for the purposo of join- - proved of by their minority leader, Mr, inffthe Deutschenli National Verband. I ninrlc. nnd refused to serve on the Com, S. Zwallcn and; Fred Beyer, committee. mlttco on Mileage, the membership of Dr. T. B. Rav. tho Educational Sec which was announced by the Speaker, retary of the Foreign Mission Board of State tho Southern BaDt st Convention, will A Rellelous Author's ment. Iecturejon Foreign Missions at deliver a Hev. Joseph II. Fcspcrson, Sails the Baptist church here, Friday night, Mr. Kay will bury, N. C, who Is the author of sev March 19th. at 7:30. use the stereoptican and moving pic- eral books, wrlles: "For several tures to Illustratethe heathens condi years I was afllicted with kidney troution. Public cordially invited. Admis ble and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain In my kidsion free. Esnecial attention is called to the ef neys and was confined to bed eight fort for!2j0 In tho Christian church days unablo to get up without assisSunday School. The membership is tance. I commenced taking Foloy's urged to be on hand. The Young Men's Kidney Remedy, au J the pain gradual Bible Class continually grows, and It is ly abated and tlnally ceased. I cheer moro than ratifying to the teacher to fully recommend Foloy's Kidney Item' see the interest that is generally mani- edy." New Stanford Drug Co. fested in this work. Two weeks ago we were delightfully entertained by Mrs. J . B. Foster and the boys report The Remedy ed this as one of the most pleasant that Always Carts evenings they had ever spent. Subject ZEMO It recotnlsc4 th. most boettt t&4 nnctwinl oxdlclM la U wild ot sermon. for Sunday night, "Is a Lie Ever JusitfiableT" D. M. Walker, pastor. CHURCH MATTERS. Preaching at Jumbo next Sunday POLITICAL. Stock of Merchandise at for Sale. prlratrly my dork ot Oro- crrlcanml llnnl wnre. Inln( n Eontl bullnM. Wilt Invoice about WJX llcmonI ilMlre to Mil - III health. OKO. I). HOri'KH.RIanfor.t, Ky. T. F. GROSS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. ta iwirrnilv tn lervn hi. old frlemli nnd hopr to mnk mnnr new mwi, If you hnvti nrk ii inulnor hnr.n to rititrntn tnr tlu for hlmnnd have It done Hunt, tie innkei of n cn.lrntlni rl(li'lln.. ixsu".'y.T- - UJ 4. Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid or external use. Zemo gives initant elief and permanently cures any form ii Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, Itchino Skin Diseases 'k tSOSSI ucpre-Iscntatlv- cs lose Med. Co.. it. ixiuis. mo. Nem Walkovers I Just a little neater and just a little better than ever. High Shoes in Gun Metal, Vici, Ox Blood and Patent Leathers, V G. st L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I ' FARM FOR SALE pli-nt- Tliefnrmof lWncrt'., of Rood blue Rrn. land, lying one mllo North ot McKlnnry.on the Hlnnford pike, liiiprnvemenli nnd fcncliiK goods of water and frull. Al.o lf nor,', of tlmU'rrd Innd one mile Knit of MeKlnney i Imlf under fenre; plentyof wnlcr nnd good lolmcrn land. Hon growr.nn, Aueni. ngcrop. j. A.unMcKlnnry, Ky. PUBLIC SALEI r. M.nt my iilnci. on KnnvlllH Ariiu. I will offer for nln my home with rv't mrv. if Innd. All of till, property It In good rrpnlr, noi unti com wnirr in iniwi. ai .nine time nnd plno will .ell 1 good family hor.e. 1 hor.e, Jrray row, splendid Rood clover nni timothy bny, Columliu. buggy, bucklxmrd, .urlng wngon, buggy, hnrne... two tinnuioi imi aim numerous other thing. Term mnde known on day or nle. Mil., Jon K.CAMl.Htniiford, Ky. OnTfKHDAY, MAlll'H 5.l1,ntSoVlok $3.50, $4 and $5.00 nir.ugni ncnier. Per A CONCRETING Wenre In Do.ltlnn todonll klnil. of con crelliig, aucb n. Mock Work, rnvrmenta ining nmi.ltirnci.wxcnn makenny Wo canirom r sr-home down ton fenco post. you promptly nnd guarantee llr'i--'..- .. .ur. linu iiiniermi. mnterlal ut leust. ,rire. .nil mm K"i iiur before you buy your pretty good stock still of i WALKOVER heavy goods for this sloppy weather. l r. ft .,.. a PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. The wife of Dr. W. H. Cook, of Monticello, is dead. Mrs. Mollie Jones, of Laurel county, was declared insane. Hens Worth, njcoal miner, was killed by a train at Middlesboro. Mrs. Mary D. Robards of the Atoka section of Boyle, is dead, aged 49. McCain & Melone, merchants at Chilton, filed a voluntary petition in lit.nu telltTel tn4 pmlllnlr tnl ptnns. Itckiif Ilia nntlr est.. Ecsraa ss4 sit All Dfs(Uts. dkiKI. Ot boals lodir. Write lac tuple. E.W.RMC Medicine Cc Zemo SLUuU.ll. This is the Time to Advertise Your Wlllmnke the lU'n.aii of Itt'J nt our .table, l1, miles Norlhwe.t of stunford. Ky., nt IIS to In. uro u lltlng colt. Illnck Jo.' Is by Kentucky's Rrrnte.t.addl. staf. I'n'.tonVU. ,,..-t- . .. I.... .... I... tll..l I.Lt .a. r dam l.uclle by )eniiinrk,dilnm iitiiiiii.ii, ii, iiuiiiii.uii iriiiiwiii iiruin IaiibletonUli;lielsnrry line Individual black with one whlt.i foot; stands 1S, hand., wi'luht l.(inounda: 3 yrnra old :nn saddler nod very showy lnluirness;of liie.t)lennl nctlon. tve blm lfor you book, your un res. Hfii.iin due If nmn1 Is trndtsl or partetl with. Allcnre will latnkeii to mold nccl- ileutt, but not respoii.lhle .bouldnny occur. J. ll.'KAIiS.t HU.NH. htauford.Ky, "Black Joe" .... K Me.M-nge- H. J. McRQBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. i ul E2S3SQSQ2QS2S3SI3H PURE OLIVE OIL m Direct importation from France. The Hs verv best for eatincr and ! monirfnil Ul" 111LU1V.1UUI poses. Commissioner's Sale Lincoln (Circuit Court ! STALLIONS AND JACKS. to n Judgment of the Lincoln In Circuit t!ourt, rendered nt the February &tS term, ltv. In theiu'llonof Jno. K. Cn.li's heirs ngnliist Jno. V. Ca.Ii'. heir.. Him undersigned Coiumls.loner will, between the bom soft und t v. x., on MONDAY, Cards Printed on Short Notice. Give Us a Trial. HENRY county court day, ofter for snle nt public outcry to tbo highest mid liest bidder In iy., me iroiu oi couri noiie in follow I nil property In Turnersvlllc, Lincoln county, hy e 1. The unit lot lxtundmt on the North bvt he ntiiuford and HustoiiMlle olke. on the Knst nnd Houth by thnlnudsof Jiiiues Mccormick, ami on the we.t by the McKln neynndColTey's .MIIliilke.coiitalulliiinlNiut acres nnd t roods. There Is n large frnme iimlilHeiiing eouitilueil on this lot and It Is it splendid stand lor u general store. . The MNenl orooertv" which Is loiiniled on the North by the laud of Ml.. Hue Hal litis mm .Mnruii jici'orimcK.on tne r.a.i uy McCorinlck's church Urnplke. on the Mouth liv Htnnfordiind lliistonvllle turnpike nnd on the West by the Innd of Mrs. lieu doo.1 containing between Hand V acres. This lot irumeuweiung ami out- couiiiins ii buiiuuigs. TKlt.MH. The sales will bo made on n crrdlt of six months; the purchasers will oereijuireu to gne uonus lor tno purcna.e Drlce with good security, payable to the Commissioner, louring 0 per cent. Interest irom utile oi sale until paia, nnving tne force und ellectot n Juitgmeiil and secured by lieu on the lurxl. rue present lessees ol Ixjt No. 1 hae the nrlvllege of extending their lease two years from April 1. iwr.i, und ixji ,o. zisieiixii unlit Jan. i, iviu. I. M. McltOIlKKTH, Hpeclal (Jom'r. store-housH More-house Al'ltlL, 12 1I.V, m 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart. 85 CO gj Y PENNY'S DRUG Btanford, Kentucky. STORE, $j T) BBBBBBBB2BBBB0E0EBEE Mfr LaL.:.1'' MJMM-WWitUfciiaiaBa- mm7"K ai Tr3 WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -1 1 POSTED. aBaaaaH b ' President Taft's message on tariff I Water-townWis., "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors could not euro, had at last laid mo up. Then HuuKlen's Arnica Salve cured It sound and well." Infalllblo for Skin Eruptions, Ecema, SaltUheum, Dolls, Editoii Nathaniel U. Sewell has Fever Sores, Hums, Scalds, Cuts and 'retired from the editorial management Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. of tho London Democrat and will go "A woman's back Is her chiefest with Ginn & Co., fcclioul book publishers. This leaves our good friend, John joy." "As to how?" Pearl, alone on the paper but he is "When she gets too old to enjoy putequal to the occasion. ting tine clothes on it, it will keep her In compliance with a resolution sup- happy going to the doctor." ported by a majority of its members, Rev. J. William Jones, D. I)., of Speaker Kennedy, of the Texas House, resigned and the resignation was ac- Richmond, Va , chaplain general of thu cepted by a viva voce vote. John J, United Confederate Veterans, and an elected author and lecturer, is dead. Marshall was unanimously Speaker. Tho joint Democratic City and Court- Major A. J. Watts, mayor of May-fiel- ty Committee of Lexington and .Fay otte county has called a primary for May 4. is dead, aged 71. , d, revision was sent to Congress Tuesday. The message is brief, the President contenting himself with urging Congress ts take speedy action in revising the tarilT'and suggesting that other mat ters be sidetracked until the tanll bill is passed. It Saved His J. A. Swenson, Leg--. "All thought I'd losemy leg," writes .AND. The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YKAH FOR ONLY $1.50. I'rw M.'o;)alu tbo United Ptules bave not l. heard of tho Democratic la &II thlngi, fiilr In uil thlogt. clean In all thing., It la e.tentUlly a family paper, Iljr a .pedal arrangement we are enabled to ofone fer the WEKKLV year and thl paper for the price numod above. Send your mUcrlptlou fur the combination to ut not tc tba Courler-Journ- a Courier-JournaCOL'UIKK-OUHNAL, We. whose mimes appear below, strictly forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law. Mrs. Walter Wurren, Mrs. Mnttle White, W, Carter, Hen 1'. Martin. '' Tlnsley Hpoouamore M. K. Jiwrence, J.M. Pettus, J.H. llocker, Joseph iiallou, T. A. Itlco, U.W. llas'y. J.I.. HolUelaw. Mrs.J.K. rulllam. It. L. I'ullUiu. Mrs. It. L. Williams, Mes.er A l'axton, James N.Uush, J. ?ieviuuarier Mrs. Jus Ilaluea M. II. Lytic. Dr. J.d.tJurpenlcr, J. ll.Uamenlsch, Thomas Kerrlll. J.d.llrinin. A. L. Thompson, Iald llurton, M.l', ltlchiinisou. J. M. Ware. Miss Mnttle liewes, Helchenbach llros. Kred llntimiinn, A.T. Truylor, N. Ii. l'luinuier, LllburiKlooch, It. i). Nuunelley. Will Hester, J. W. llauglimaii. J. W. lVclt. J. K. Ilruce, lilld Hlevens, Wui.Uordlvr. JobnUiiineul.cli. M. 1). Klmore. DmiTraylor, liotllbollck. Krd llandorf. D. M. Anderson, J,.I.TIiouii.oii Mr, and Mrs, Jus. II, KiiUs J. K.Muavr, Mrs. N.J. liorton A. Himisu Mrs. (it a. Ixiijiui, J. J.KIIIott. W. It. Diiugherty I'm nk Conller, Itev. Kallier Ui. Dr.n.n. ivrry, H. II. Ilaughiiiiln, II. W.tlulnes, , lirlali Allirlghl. i. IIOOI Mrs, Miirgurct (Joocli, .liicob (imider W. II. Truylor tleo. C. (liven., joiiu juier. Maui itonvris. M. J, llofliliiuu, Amend Helmet, r, A. It. Mnthenj K.T. lleiuley Mrs. J. II. Owsley, I.. H.IJnriier. II, L. Kugaley, M. J. Murguu, II, U. Wutkfui, H.T, Harris. It. II. Crow. KLECTItIC IIANGKS Tlio Kutiro to Imy; a full wtvcrj it inonoj nuker J.C. Hundley, Mrs. NaiiuUi II. flood, V. K. MvClure, tho beat hakur. A litrj,'u liuu of select from timl wo will njtiircciulo a call. Anton ltouecker, Anderson Carr. I'nU Yondrueulgaii W.M. Dlshou. T. L. itaughmnn ..iiii, .ia. lrs, Iteta'cru It. Carpenter rtiouiuii. W. Koimti. J. r. Mo.er, John H. Lee, Hj irii 1 HB hHHHLV fcHiBBBHlMjMMRlB , GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. A .h.. eafej,. sjgu ,Pwiritrwppgpfs,r""w,WT" "frv "igp To quality nnd workmanship nml give you much showier garments nt tho rnmo price, but to have them made right and ol good matcrinl you get n er vicablo dress nml ono tlint doc not We Could Shut our Eyes New Suits New Skirts, New Spring' Coats, New vSilK Coats. loe it shapclincM. We Invite Comparison Of our Skirts with any make. Human hand can not do nicer work than in thetkirl you is on these goods (the elite kind). If we haven't your me models just in. like, wo will make one to fit you. Sco the new 3 Wo have just placed on culo a line of tho nlwve goods that arc absolutely correct in stylo nml priced much less than the Fame goods arc priced in larger tonus and cities. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrAnroM, Ky., New clocks nt Mueller's. See my lino of wagon and buggy ncis. J. C. McClary. liar- - & SON. STANFORD KY. picturo Cook & Don't forget show. tho moving cleaned. The moving picture show has an un usually good program for to night. Do not fail to see it. The ladies aro invited to attend our millinery opening Thursday, March 25. Misses VanDeveer. niw L. 11. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin - Maim ii W, 1909 Clothes French Farmer. Ladies' Oxfords in tho very latest styles. Cummins & Wcarcn. FINE lino of Keels. Poles, Lines and Wanted, a cood farm hand to milk. nil other Fishing Tackle at Penny's Address l!ox 19C, Stanford, Ky. Drug Store. Fresh buttermilk and cream dallv at It. Uinchart's. For 3ale. A lot of roller skates. Apply at this office. work Try a pair of that shoo at $2. Cummins & Wcarcn. V .1 aaaaaaaaaaaa PERSONALS. Mr. W. M. Duncan Is clerking for of extra nice White North ern seed oats. J. II. Baughman & Co. Car-load Attend Dr. J. B. Beck's sale near Saturday. See Uustonville elsewhere what he will dispose of. Ir Is now tlmo for your Spring sewfrom finely bred Mrs. R. II. ing. Call on Mrs. J. H. Colyer, Logan Hnrred Plymouth Itocks. Crow, Shelby City, Ky., It. F. D. No 2. Avenue. Hox 23. power portFor Sale. -- A Mrs. IIeiae Perkins, of (Jarrard, Is For Sale. Houso and lot on East able engine and boiler. J. II. Powell, with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hubanks. Main St., Stanford, Ky., in Graded Stanford. Mrs. Walter Jones and daughter, school district. Call on, or address, S. For Sale. Imperial Pekin duck of Appalschia, Va., are visiting her Raines, Stanford, Ky. eggs, 11 for !. Mrs. James N. casn, father here. of gcnulno phono Mrb. L. E. Carpenter, of Jersey Just received a City, N. J., is with her parents, Mr. Pluto Canncl Coal. Best in the world Millinery Opening. On Thursday, and Mrs. J. N. Mcnefec. for cooking and all right for tho grate. millinery F. Uukkman, of Only lCc per bushel. McKinney Coal March 25th, I will havo my Dr. and Mrs. Leb opening. All tho ladies aro cordially in Lexington, camo over to attend tho & Feed Co. . a. vited to como. Miss Ella May Saun i. burial of Mrs. Al G. Huffman. The Modern Woodmen of Morcland ders. Huston-vill- a ... m Tlin good news comes from Tent will give an oyster supper at T. C. Ball, the depot street mer that Mrs. Juno II. Held, who has Woodman's Hall, Morcland, on Satur chant, has papered and painted his iu.n an III. hi somewhat better. day night, March 27. Good music will store and filled it with brand new goods Mr. I). 0. Kino has returned to be furnished. of various kinds. Call on him when Texas, after visiting his sister, Oroom. ate. Our Hrodhead letter tells of tho hor you need anything in his line. Mrs. James II. atrible manner in which Manley Albright, MISS Kokerta O'Hannon, who is Pleasant Occasion. Mr. and Mrs. college at Oxford, O., will be a splendid young man of that place, tending tho faculty spend a few days. his death. Mr. Albright was well W. P. Grimes entertained to met homo of the Stanford Graded School Friday Miss Ihaiikl Smith left Tuesday for known hero and his untimely taking evening. Notwithstanding tho inclemTampa. Fla , to take tho position of away has caused much sorrow among ency of tho weather each one reported for a large hardware Arm. his large circle of friends. r on timo in order to further establish B. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Mrs. Card okThanks. Wo wish to thank reputation for promptness and to be Nannio and Rich-ar- d Ga., and Mcsdames, from tho depths of grateful hearts the assured that no good thing would be S. Putnam, of Lebanon, attended good people who were so kind to nnd missed. To lend dignity to the occatho burial of Mrs. A. G. Huffman. considerate of us in our recent bereave- sion the pastors of tho host and hostess MR. AND MRS. JAHES It. NUNNELLY ment. May they bo rewarded both in andell ana were present,. Rev. J. L. from havo changed their headquarters this life and the one to come. V. H. Rev. D M. Walker and wife. True Mo to Fort Worth, Texas, Springfield, Morse and family, Uustonville. hospitality was evinced and verily nn and order their I. J. sent to that point. era of good feeling prevailed. Preachson, William Severance, n prominent er, pedagogue and patron laid aside for MR. J. HOY H. Kosb, wife and who came up to attend tho burial of merchant of Stanford, drove over from tho nonce the characteristic manner of her brother. Mr Val II. Morse, at Shelbyvllle this morning in his automo- their several stations and a genuine Uustonville, returned to Etowah, Tenn., bile, to see his brother, Rev. Joseph feeling of true social interest was enHe had been to Louisville joyed. Severance. yesterday. A dinner suitable for tho most Wedin his mnchine and was on his way Ciiahlks Lutes and family left pronounced epicurean was spread benesday for Canada, where they will re- home. Mr. Severance says that work fore tho guests and each one felt that e is being rushed on Stanford's new courtside and where Mr. Lutes has a it was good to be there and showed He will deal extensively in house, which will bo a great credit to farm. their faith by their works. After an years ago Mr. L. came to tho county. Frankfort Journal. cattle. Nino eveninir of unalloyed pleasure and many but by hard this county n poor boy, WltlTE -- Mrs. James I. White died expressions of good will, the guests left work and good judgment he amassed at hir home on Ioi;an Avenue nt I o'- feeling that it was not so bad alter all fortune ijulto a snug littlo yesterday morning, after an ill to be a school teacher. Tho following Tin- - f.illowintr Ilrodhcad and Mt. er- - clock ness of some weeks. She had been in were present: Rev. D. M. Walker and non people passed through yosterday ili.olining health for a year or more. wife, Mr. J. W. Ireland nnd wife. Kev. morning to McKinney wiin ir.c rcraaii:: killed Deceased was a daughter of Mr. II. II. J. L. Yandell, Mrs. II. D. Thillips, of Mauley C. Albright, who was Rockcastle, and is survived Misses McKinney, Dunn, Palmer, EaTuesday: Misses Alza Thompson and, llaker, of Adams, Ballou, Fettro and Mr. A. E. Albright by her father, husband and six children: ton, Elira Piko and Messrs. Mrs. J. II. Colyer. Miss Miranda White Wigginton. aaa E. S. Albright, P. A. Sholton, Johfi V , and Messrs, Harris, James, Robert and Huffman. In our Tuesday's issue Evans, C. H. Frith, M. H. Holllng, iloliarl White. The loss is n crushing brief mention was made of the death of L. Richards. GeorRe Owens, William for tho Mrs. Al G. Huffman, of Louisville, but Krudgcr, U. II. Cass. E. U. Ncwliid, one and great sympathy felt Mrs. WMte was a uevoui formerly of this place. She had been Embry Albright amithe family. WillHIatt, of the Baptist church and a sick for a week but was not considered mother of tho unfortunato young fman, member most excellent woman. The remains dangerously ill and was alono in her Mary Albright. Mrs. will be taken to Mt. Vernon on tho room when she became suddenly worse. Funeral ser- Physicians wcro hurriedly summoned 11:03 train this morning. LOCALS. vices will be held at the Baptist church hut nnthinir could be dono for her. as See tho new styles in men's Oxfords. there, after which tho body of tho good life was almost extinct when they arCummins & Wtaren. wifo and mother will bo consigned to rived. It Is not known what caused Follow tho crowd and go to tho mother earth in the Mt. Vernon cem- her death but tho general belief is that etery. aK)plexy was the trouble. Deceased moving picture snow. Burn-sidThe following sent from Cynthiana was a daughter of the late E. II. For Sale. -- My homo on Danville makes Mr. M. S. Baughman, who is of this place, nnd her girlhood Mrs. Ave. All modern Improvements. contesting the nomination for sheriff days were spent in Stanford. Somo 22 John Ellis. of Mr. W. L. McCarty, feel that ho yet years ago sho ran off with and married tho Mr. S. II. Shanks has contracted for has a chance to have tho ballots cast in Mr. Huffman and three children are front for tho tho primary of Feb. C counted, as he is fruit of that union, viz: Mrs. Jamio and anew occupied by Hughes, Martin determined to tako tho caso to tho Carpenter, of the East End, and Miss atoro-roocourts. The cases aro similar: "In tho Kittle Huffman and Master Burnside Co. ,& circuit court Judge Fryer decided that Huffman, of Louisville. For them and THE First National Uank nnd Shugnra the Harrison County Democratic Com- the husband unbounded sympathy is & Tanner are improving their rooms mittee had not fulfilled their duty when felt. Mrs. Huffman was an ideal wifo wllh liberal applications of paper and thev did not hear evidence in tho caso and a kind, gentle and indulgent mother I paint. in which James A. Daugherty Is con and her affection for her husband and a She eggs for hatching; testing tho nomination at tho Novem- children was beautiful indeed. llUKK Orpington was ono of those sacrificing women, l. ber primary, and directed the chairman per GOc per setting of 17, or $2.50 gave all of her time and talent to Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Gilberts to call tho commlttea to meet not later who than March 23 and hear the evldenco hor family, entiroly forgetting self. 41 Creek, Ky. on which Daugherty bases his claims. Few, if any, better women have lived Mr. J. M. KEANB. tho uJi'ing June- - Mason was declared the nominee last In this community. May the sod lie tXnn ntv tinker. L'ot tho end It ono of Deceased was November, the fjco of tho returns crentlv on her grave. bis dnccrs cut off while worling with showing him to bo the winner by 31 about 45 years old and had for years tho machinery In his plant votes over two opponents, but at tho been a consistent member of tho Pros time Daugherty gave notice of his in byterian church. Tho remains were Contractor Krukoer Jias proven tention to contest, and after several brought through hero Wednesday nnd that ho knows how to tear u court- meetings of tho committee, at which taken to Lancaster where they were house down and wo believe ho will show nearly all tho timo was taken up thu laid besido tho father and mother, who All had preceded them to tho land that is fairer than day Rev. J. L. Yandell no now u pile of brick, This was followed by tho casu being prayed and spoke briefly at tho grave. excel-smataken to tho circuit court, and now A largo number of friends from hero atTub Monto Crista Co. Kvo an Chairman Tcrny hus called u meeting tended the burial and lloral contribuperformoncujtafoi rather lent AU of thoso for March 23rd at 9 A. M , at the court tions wero numerous und beautiful. houso houso to hear tho proof Daugherty has May He Who doeth all things well comwho took part did w4l but Mr, Wil ptayed the leading to offer." A later dispatch says Mr, fort and care for the bereaved husband liam Lemle. who and children. Mason will appeal the case. role, waB especially getxl. m car-loa- d W-2- J. m m ii Swope.-Ailvocbook-keepe450-acrnun-.Irm- Sum Ilnblnson Mrs. J. A. Walter is visiting her parents at Versailles. MlssALUB Yantis, of Lancaster, is with Miss Ucssio Ynntis. JuDflK Oku. M. Davison was over from Covington for a few days. aaa Ecas for sate from Kcd hens, Wild See our roofing for tobacco barns Mallard ducks and Toulonso geese. Mrs. tho best. W. K. Warner, tho tinner. W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. For Sale. - Eggs - m m Just received a car of Webber Wag ons, nlso wo havo on hand Hoosler Corn Drills, Disc Harrows and other farming implements. Sco us before placing your order. Coffey & Bishop, Morc land. A Tribute to My Dear Son, Val. I, his father, who knew him so mately, worked with him dally, inti- SKI RTS models A full line of new Spring Skirts of tho very newest decrees and of the newest shades nnd weaves. Fashion's latest trimmed are here expressed without limit. Skirts beautifully Batin folds, handsomely tailored in in buttons, talTeta bands and know all the latest styles nnd colors. Inspect this line and we the quality of we will sell you, for wo unhesitatingly guarantee the goode, fit, price and style. Anybody will tell you that 'Queen" is the best skirt handled in the U. S. and loved him so well, am in position to say of him what strangers can not. He loved and honored his parents, respected true womanhood, was truthful and honest. To his legion of friends, al ways responsive without hypocrisy. Patient when suffering, thoughtful even then of his sick sister. God had need for him, and these memories ore ours. V. B. Morse. Lovingly, The jury in the case of tho Coopers and Sharpe for killing Senator Carmack at Nashville seems to be hung. They wrestled with the instructions 10 hours without reaching an agreement The shops of the Gulf and Ship Island railroad at Gulfport. Miss., have closed down for a while and 300 men aro out of employment. a aa a ill HUGHES, MARTIN & -- CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. O 2. o? 2 n - -3 re z g --, c c 1 s p a O The West Tennessee Land Company has agreed to sell its interests in Reel foot Lake to the State of Tennessee for 175,000. Z" n 2. ssI o . 3 n, Wiley Cole, a well known citizen Pittsburg, is dead. of 2 -- e: M J3 1 zn s P r SB 5 rr g s- - O - I FOR SALE I A farm on Inill.in Creel;, i:rr i!, mill's from tiriKled school, at MldUleliuri;; in acres In cultlMiUnn, reil tu timber; tfood ilHt'lllnc, blirunLil all nvri'saiiry outbuildings. I.xeellent toluicco corn am! i?rnss Inud; kkm1 orclmrd, farm ell watered. Cult uu or mldreia O. M. 1'KltKINS. n VsaSslssHsaSslsslsslsD c ST 1 co 7 3T 2 3 OJ 3 tf? ar u? 2. a 2 X 5 " Mlildlvburg, Ky. I i e 5 c g 5" u, a 03 cr S PUBLIC SALE l. P s. 5 S. ra a ' s 7? OnMATL'llDAY, MAIUHI . Iwm. at 1:30 ociock r. m., i win oner iiouwiiom nml d kitchen . furniture, 1 Iukk', 1e. oiirrlaKt-- an cood M ; 1 new icwlnt; rruMrty of M. Llppi, ik ceased, III lliit(iaville. Object of sale l to K'ttle up entate. I'vrnu made know n on day of sale. s C r S CTS s. 5 . S 3 n U.A. I.II'I'H.Admr. s r PILE OF STVLF MAKF. a. NOTICEI All lio are Indebted to in will nlea rail nnd fettle tame tit once. We aluo with tu udvUeour frlenda and patrons Hint alter April no will do a. butlnens. It enables ua to nell cheaper ami we Unci It n belter plan lor the puri'huter at well aa the merchant. W" thank: our patrons for their iMitroiiuxv for tlie ear ending April Island )ioh. to allowed the prlvlli;e ot serving them according to the. ternn nboe. stated for thu next year. LUTKS HltOS., Turuera llle, Ky. . e 3 3 2 S W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard lt y l' JFirst Tfational ffiancj Stanford, JCy. Organized, SS2. Capital Stock, S50,000. PUBLIC SALE! will ivll at public auction at my farm, near llustuu llle, on tlrv Mt. Halem pike, on I Surplus and "Undivided Profits, S9, OOO. S21I, SOO. Jfas paid in 'Dividends since Organization, e, 10 hands; X Jennets, three nnd Il i ears old, good family horte,about wagun und barrels of corn, one harness, new mower and rake, McOormlck; d plows. harness, etc., 1 buggy and anil sets ot buggy harness, about or TO hens. Household and kitchen furniture. Hale will begin nt ti::i A. x.,shurp. Terms made known on day of sale. J. 11. HKOK.M.P., 1 HATUHHAY, MAUOII SO. V.i. I Itootl milk cow, brood inures, in font bv llntiKliumn'a Hummer horse, mi yearlings and cahes, 1 good pair of horse mules, coin-lu- g two-hors1 Snvito 9eut Sfccounts on Our OFFICERS. . S. 9rils It) 1 buck-loar- Col. J. IM'lmmller, Auct. lluitoullle, Ky. Hocker, President;, S. T. Harris, John . McKoberts, Cashier, II. C. Baughman, Asit. Cash'r W.W.Saunders.Uookkeeper, t; DIRECTORS. F. Keid, J. H. Baughman, M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus, II. C. Uaughman, . F Cummins, S, T. Harris, 00. O. Kobinson, VY. 0. OUannon . S. Hocker, C. E. Tate. GALTON J29J0. Hen son of lVUU. Hire ol Oahlu , itvj. Al Hums, nnd six others wllh trials from :au to :18, those are. the only ones that wero ever handled for speed. Also the sire of one, dnm with one In the 1:M list. Hired bydambetta thu ::J list, la In X:10and utter, claimed to bo the greatest sire In the world, 1st dam Daisy Field I grand iluuilt with records of Irom S;17 tu 2:0s4l by Knllel'i i:tV, sun ol Hambletonlan Ui.dumliyHecl'y'sAinerlcuuHtur. Knlield 3:31 busu In :.', his daughters Iiuno mi In or lietter, 2nd dam Oulcksleu by KenxslT)J, tucky I'rlneo. Jr., sire ol and dmna of 15 III Hie list Srddam by Old Joe, sire, ol thu dam of J.O. :!( Big' Combination liSale OF HICK CLASS- - Business Horses, Stallions und Jacks, To be Held at ,'. J.i. SKa-Af-e WednesdayF ll jw- i - (laiton carries the blood of four leading families! lliimhletoiilnn, Wilkes, Maiiibrluo Chief and Kecley's American Htur (lallon 'acolta hntegouo against and defeated the l'sl In harness classes and roadster rlugs.they are In great demand, selling as high us Ui ulUr maturity, ymrlliigs from I50 totfCu. (laiton will stiimt at my stable miles West o( II uston llle. on plkuut llllto Insure, n Using colt Money due II mare Is traded alter lielug bred, I'lenty of grass ut li.W per month, saed for mures, no other stock ml led with mures, have grass lots and largo stables fur mures to foul, drain led ut cost. l'houu 111 residence, II uston llle Kichuiigo, W. M.IKIDI), UUalunvlll,Ky, :m,. Hustonviile,Ky.,March Write for Entry UlanKs. 24, 25 & 26. Entries Close March lOttu The Hustonville Combination Sale Company UUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. L a, ' ,mji iHisSmK, fj-- ur iaat.atalfto-SiaUAial.a- k ggaggrsfeoiJiyg . ,'y.ft''; y- 41 it fl li J J,L,Beazley&Co., U MIDDLEBURQ. FARMER'S DEPARTMMT. The Society of Equity has at last For sale or trade, a good cow. Crlt reached thli county. An organization White, Junction City. Mnteredin Iht PotUOtUct at Stanford at has been cITccted at Walltown among John Brophy, of Hourbon, sold to W. meni'dat mntirr. H. Whalcy 23 helfera at $4.60. the tobacco raisers of that section. Q. It. Jones' water mill meal Is John A. Wood, of Boyle, sold severto be qulto famous. He Is ship- al pairs of mules at f 250 to $350. N. TITCE ping to Covington, Lexington and other In lloylo J. C. Robinson sold to J. C. No. H.Houth.ltiWr. m. No.St.Houth, UKd A M. towns along tho Q. & C and can not Johnston 21 hogs at Gc. No51, North, :1 A. M. always supply tho demand. W. W. Evans sold to Dick McMahon No. , North, 6:17 P. M. No.JT, 10:47 A. M. Your Hustonvllle scribe speaks of a bay colt, by Peter the Great, for $3, No.TSliMP, M. Morcland ns n suburban villago of Hus- 000. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. Fort Sale.600 bales of good No. 1 tonvllle, when Hustonvllle could bo hid away so completely In the center wheat straw. Robert Leigh, Shelby The Truth of Morcland that even her church spires City, Ky. Every person in this city who is suf- could not bo seen. Williams surely ImFort Sale. A number of big, nice fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand-ruf- f agine" vain things. mare mules, good workers, four to six or any form of skin or scalp disThe Yosemito people have replaced years old. S. M. Owens, McKinney, ease, can find relief and be permanent- tho bridge across Knob Lick, and Top- - Ky. ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid fot acott & McWhortcr have taken thocon-traA revival of night-ride- r tactics began external use. All durBgists sell ZEMC to rebuild ono across the lagoon In Christian county when tobacco plant here. Tho ono across the river at tho beds on tho farms of J. T. Walker and PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Elliott ford can not be put up until tho Nin Long wcro sown with grass seed. water gets much lower. At a jack sale at Stlthton, Mo., There la considerable sickness here at Limestone Wonder 480 brought $2,810. on is jacks averaged $1,000 and present. Nearly every member of He v. Twcnty-fivSurgoon Dontlst, will Disc J. L. Owens' family has been down 32 jennets averaged $242.35. Tho Bale STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. You rarely meet any ono who Is not totaled $31,725. I have for sale a good driving horso coughing or sneezing. Sheriff Wells' Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store in house is said to resemblo a hospital. 15 hands, and fat, sound and gentle Nearly every bed in tho house contains for lady to drive, 1 good milk cow, 1 the Owsley Buildiup. a sick member of tho family. Our doc- sow and 5 shoats. If you want some If You'.Want To Crow tors are kept busy looking after their thing that will suit yon, call on mo at Alfalfa, lings nnd cnttlo come to Corn, Tobacco and Tobacco patients and the telephone lines are un- once at my store at Turnersville, Ky Hend for Hat of Improved farms,llutler Co, taiurts Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Kfs. Kccno Lutca. usually warm with sick messages. larns. Mrs. Jane Miller started Monday to I Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimuFOR Nothing But Insurance. visit her son in Michigan. Miss Sallie Estcs, of McKinney, entered school here late tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is tVIiorte power lioller nnd engine nnd saw Monday. Miss Jennie Elliott, of Mt. wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that arc mill fur sale. Will sell either or tth. D. Ciiah. K.ni.in. nttentielm, Ky. Olive, spent Sunday here with Mrs. S. crying out for help. Vitallzo theso The Insurance Man, I'ottottlce, Wnynesburg, Ky. weak inside controlling nerves with G. Elliott. James Winfrey, of Dunn-villSTANFORD, KY. Dr Shoop's Restorative, and see how Is here looking after the telephone DEITS COLLECTED. Residence 1'liono Srt; Office, 93. line. J. T. Short has been quite sick, quickly good health will como to you '" W flssssaBsBB It and see t Sold by PenWe collect notes, claims and Insure with mo and be fully but is improving. Clarence Cochran, again. Test any part of the United Htntes. nccounta In No charges ny's Drugstore. protected. unlets collected. Collections iiroiiintlr re of Louisville, is with his sister, Mrs. mitted. Try us. Jason Lawhorn, at Yosemite. "I'm going to make a lot of .noncy 1IOY COLLECTION AdKNCV, Hoinertet, Ky. writing books, and then I'm going to Children Have A Good Time. farm." "Why not make a lot of money farm- The Joseph Price Sanatorium, Is a handsome, large oung Jersey Hull, Little Miss Mary Helm Johnson enfrom u long and unbroken lino of tertained about 30 of her little mission- ing, and then write books?" North tJincasterHtreet, the most noted bulls mid com on the of Jersey Kiiglnml nnd Amerlro. lilt ary friends on Saturday afternoon from sire Is one of the let bulls ever Imported Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs, Stanford, Kentucky. nnd Ills dnm U n show cow that tins given 5 2 to 5 o'clock at a doll party. First quickly, strengthens the lungs and exIn If you Kunds of rich milkLikeone day. Likeness of was the introduction of Lynn Pence's or the begets For Treatment Get the genuine in a yel- Ttirmit. Kar, of Intense nr th some Ancestor" nnd lime a strictly good Teddy Bear to the little girls and their pels colds Orcow. you should nvnll yourself of his serlow packngo Drug Co. gnus. Nervous Hystuiu nnd Hurgcry. vice. He will lie n Honed to serve u limited dolls. Then plays by the children were of unproved, registered cons outnumber See E. T. Pence's new corn planter. side of our own herd this yenr, for ii fee ol engaged in for a short while, followed gleach. Mnku engagement liefore sending by the Lady Manager calling the house It is a daisy and does the work to a cow lot bnil. KKID&OTTKH, Telephone mi. Htnnford, Ky. to order for transaction of business and queen's taste. B. We have to offer three extra choice N. Lincoln Lodge No. . K. A A. M.wlll meet bull calves that will be sold nt right prices. the following program: 1st Song by Instated communication on each first nnd the Children. third Monday nights of each month, nt 7 Sal by Mary SPUING IS I1KKIC inn men, woineii ami cliiklrcn tire tired of wearing EGGS FOR SALE ! o'clock In their hall on Mnln street, Francis Corminey. 3rd Song by MarKy. Members of sister lodges nre Ky., their old Winter Show. Our stylus tin season, we thiuk, nre the iirettiet tha Raney, Josephine Beasley and Mary Thoroughbred H. V. Drown Leghorn eggs. W.M..T. Wlu" tu '"' Present, tl. L. IVnny, nnd niot 8tylinh of any rdioe that are made. In gun metal', patent ieatlier, IViuilngton.Seo. from selected stock. Itemetly, the You can find our Htnndnrd hloodnmtllvermedlclnejet known, Helm Johnson. 4th Scripture Readlox ciiIvck, vclouro tunl viciis they are tuiexcelled. When it comes to O. K. KlKHK.LL IlItOWN, frentettof Uheumatlsm, Hnlt ltheuiu, Kid- ing by Mary Helm Johnson. Matthew, Htnnford, Ky. 1)1(mm1 hIkx-iiihI Oxfonls you ntvd not go nnjr further. ney Trouble nnd nil diseases unplug from Come and Notice Poultry Raisers ! d 5. Gth Recitations by Impure blo(xl it lias no equal. It Is Louise and until your heart'n content. Kverything new. This ccax.n'it goods. Price under the pure food net of June an, Margaret Lynn and Elsie Coleman. Gth FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES. are IK, nnd guaranteed by tlifl manufacturer If All the way from n "0e b.ibv rlioe to a 8 I fro-eet- t. L'all Now Is the time of viar tn r,.l nnr ffiui. the Remedy Is taken according to directions Select Readings by Sarah Allen Coraround and ro our line lieforc you buy eUcwhere. Will take a good tonic, in nnd If he or flie not benefited by the use cures Cholera. (Inpea, Itoup.cauker and l.lmlntrneek, when fed na showing you our line. of the Hemedy we will refund your money. miney and Martha Matheny. 7th Roll Everything for (Irchaid, Lun and n preventive it not only keeps them healthy We can do nothing more. Kncli package call and payment Write for catalogue. of dues. 8th Eleci but makes contains 3)1 Uoies with n registered guaranlay. II. P. IIII.I.KNMKVKU.t HUNS. tee and mailing curd with full Instruction. tion of officers for the ensuing year. l'rlce fi cents, no cure, no uiy, guaranteed Lexington, K). by jour druggist, (feo, L IVnny. try It under We send It to any nddrcss by mull on rethe. guarantee, Ask for Imoklet oil dleases ceipt of per package or six packages for President Mary Helm Johnson. Vice SX Better order ii lxi If taken in of iuultry. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! time you might sne a big doctor's bill, President Louise Lynn. Treasure- rliemembcrlf you take the Jlemedy according to Instructions mid are not benefited. Clinton Coleman. Secretary Edward KY. you gel your tioimr ikick. lou win not Brady. After this we repaired to the I cun furnish the public with the as nnd the remedy In drug stores for kale. It dining room, where we were well as the freshent of cut Moutr. nlitiits nf served Is sold only liv our duly authorized agents, HKUHKN WILLIAM, Agent. with ices and cakes by the mothers nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers,of on short notice. Alto make n sxilalty wreuths Now Llvorv The table was beautifully decorated for for funeral puriotes. Dopot Stroot, In connection with ttienliove. I hate nil with hyacinths, tulips and ferns. These kinds of vegetable on hand nt rrusunuhle Wo Buy Phono 96, prices. 1 ttle missionary boys and girls did not OHItlHTMAN tlltKEN HOUmE-s- , Kb lltiiii vim, I'kiih. forget to remember sick friends and Hlauford, Ky STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Hides and our editor with some of their delic Kentucky. Wool ious refreshments. At 5 o'clock we Feathers, Tallow, Imiru, Ginseng, NOTICE! bid our little hostess good-bye- , Eczema is Curable with Golden Sr.UY.Ilow Root), May Apple. a great wish that she may live to enjoy ZEMO, a scientific preparation foi I will, betweeii the hours of o'clock . Wild Ginger, etc We sre dealers: external use. Stops itching instantly many such occasions and grow up to be i. mid 4 o'clock r. u., on nuUuhcd in 856 "Oier half a century in and destroys the germs that cause skin , lis it. MONIIAY. MAIU'H LcuimH-- " and can do belter for you than an honored and useful woman. May diseases. Eczema r.Jickly yields and is e ezrntl or comnataca mercbaotl. Rettrrncr, door In Htaii- - permanently cured by this remarkable God's richest blessings abide in this In front of the tlllbllri ford. KV.. sell lit otltrr' til flu. hltfh. nr H!s la Louunlie. Writs for weeUy home. vsianu proM-rt- Imiuer for cn.ii In linud lli- medlclni. All Druggists Write for samA. W. (ttcejitt and afiprcng tags. tug bel or an much as will uiy tu, Mo. cost unit nalty. Tho amount Includes i ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, HI. Sabcl &. Sons, S.H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, percent, penalty and cost of advertising: Penny's Drug Store. The Lurid Glow Of Doom 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KV. CurM'iiter, Jennie und Iiovle lurj-- s ImK J. B. PAXTON, J O. REIO. ASSISTANT CASHIER was seen in the red face, Lands and L. It. II IHIll fH. J. W. ROCHESTER. TELLER Treasurer Hliiuford (Iruditl School. body of the little son of II. M. Adams, H. C. CARPENTHR, BOOKKEEPER of Henrietta, Pa IIU awful plight from Mahony & Rankin, or?eoVos eczema had, forllvo .vears, defied all J. IJ. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shauk-.taufurremedies and ba'lled the best doctors, Geo. W. Carter, Stanford As executrlv of the estate of William John 11. Foster, .Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ivan- who said tho poisoned blood had afwarren, deceased, I will on fected his lunts and nothing could kiu, Lancaater: J. 11. Taxton, Sfcinford; W. II. Traylor, TUKHIAY,MAHC1I SI, lun, save him. "Hut." writes his mother, Gilberts Creek; H. h. IIuhlie, Laiicantcr; W. liegliinlug in "seven bottles of Ulectrlc Hitters com- highest andatbest o'clock a. h.. sell to the II, Cummins, Preacheniville; Lilburn bidder, at publlcoutcry.ou BBBBBBaBBBBBx9wBStfBE! haBjktjpj pletely cured httn " For Eruptions, the farm of the late William unrrii .i... Gooch, Gilberts (.Ireek. personal proiierty, to Eczema, Salt Hheum, Sores and Mood ceused, the followingcowa.s registerisl abort-hor- n Life, wn; omen jersey heifers, V calve., tu Disorders and Kheumatlsm Electric hogs, cows, 4 yearling jack, a inures, bred to i work mules, Hitters Is supreme, Only 50c. Gnat mule colt, furinliiu iniuluiuents, wagons, spring wngon.1 new currlnue. I iiinrum a anteed by Penny's Drug Store. double shovel plovvs.a turning plows. cul . - The Interior Journal. ' (ret-ttn- jr L. 3 THBLE d ct A. S. PRICE, o This Planter has been the market for years and there experiment as to whether it work or not. Can furnish the or Runner, Edge or Flat Drop. no E, T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. aa N V SALE Jesse Wearen, o, r aH Adorina's Fox D-- Oenlto-Urlnar- ', v.. -' M MASONS' MEET. i f .f, At McKinney, Htnti-fon- t. s maim-Joclure- ple-j'in- 1 (Jar-de- tln-ti- 1 SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. 01 Stanford, B. D. CARTER, FURS Che Cincoln County national Bank 1 Capital, $5O,O0O.00 court-hous- iui-lo- w Surplus, Resources. 38,000.00 340,000.00 -- EXECUTRIX'SSALE! d; l8Bp15S1113iM INSURANCE, Accident Fire, 1 1 Undei takers and Embalrr ere. Also Dealers in Furniture, Afattings.Rugs. They will'exchange Furniturejfor alljlKinds of Stock. Givo Thm a Call. Prices Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, "Jkt mm 4 MsweiVtiU CT t sAriTvrisfc &H kjy.m r F Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer in.Harnoss, gaddlory, STANFORD, - KY. OsTwRiirif.W. Hcmejflione I. Etomacb troubla is but a symptom of, and not Itself a trua disease. W ttunk of Dyspepsia, iieanburn, and indigestion as rail diseases. I they art lyuptomt oulr ol a certain ipecJfla lic outcry to the highest bidders the bonds fitrri ilckiuM noUiInc sis. to the for n wis mil lan tuat nrst correctly Id Dr. Shoo; A tickling or dry cough can be of said county erectingumuuut of the purosito n nuw court-hous- e quickly loosened with Dr Shoop's In said county. Hald ImiiuIs will In inree series, Herlea of Cough Remedy No oplum.no chloro- uudcoiist.tliigof ) bonds of "A" .acli,llUJn) and favor to Dr. Snoop and hit ite.toratlrs. 1th. due out lau onruiai ana nigmy vital prtnaple. ua i form, nothing unsafe or hanh. Sold with i'jnuiu ,11 ju eura irom ."iuy7 I, imsi, luch Usuni accompUihmmU wert ever to U had, the prlvllegeof redeeming In jeurs. ror sionucn dutress. bloating, bllloutnesa, bad by Penny's Drug Store. Herles"lt"of I10.UO. (in.l.tlnir ..f 11 l,n.l. braalh and sallow complsxlon, try Dr. Bliooo'l of tut eucli, due and buyable In 16 years Itrttoratlva Tablets or 1 Liquid and see fof lour. I, tell what II can and will do. v awl and cheu Capt. Thomas C. Jones, aged 73, died from MnyIn 10luv, with the privilege of curs. tuujr recommend at the home of his niece, tho wifo of Herles u( IISjiO. consisting of fsj Iwiids eucli, due and pa) a bin In l year former United States Senator William of U May from but vtllu the privilege of redeeming In 13 y.-urLinsday, at Frankfort. Hald Iwnds will be sold on April V), at 1 l'.M. Issued and bear Interest Hugh Harris, foreman of the Tyrone Hum and will lieny, inw, wnn interest at I uius oi Lumber Co., was caught tn tho ma- - wr cent,, puyuble O J1.6poper,J.M.Oiley,Jr., nnd W. H. chlnery of a saw mill 1 pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. S ample fieo. Sold by Penny's Drug Cent. Store. Rumors are taking definite form that the anthracite operators will shut down their collieries on April 1 unless the Oil HATIItllAY. AI'IIII. HI. lu ,.l miners como to an agreement with o'clock I' M.. In front or the court iiouso door In Htanford, Lincoln county, Ky., tho th-jbefore that time. iiiiuviniKiini i wiiiiiiiBsiuiierawiii aeu 111 pub- tivators. lUsi) hurrow',1 smoothing harrow, I hay rake. J Under a decision rendered by the Vir corn planter, mow Inc machines. ! f,linl..r l1 III e drill with fertilizer atginia Corporation Commission, the max i ciiiiing iNix, corn sheiiir, scnldlnu Imjx. half Interest In rnllur imum passenger rate on the Virginia find plow' gear, l barrels of excellent corn. Klghl of tho leading companies the uuuwiiuiii railroads will hereafter be 23 cents. number of itnu Kiiciieu iiiruuure mid u world represented. Uouiiete In ratesofwith other things. Is-pa-InThis decision is the result of a petition TKItMH. All nurchiikes of mi iiml ini.,r all the companies of the world. had a law record uiisurimssed. Never filed some weeks ago asking the estab cash In hand; all over IIOouii credit of six suit In the history of this agency. U... iiiuiiius, wivii iioio wnn approvtHi security,(i promptly paid and without dl.count. No lishment of a new passenger rate. pu)iible to the undersigned nnd benrlug waiting m days for our money. Ileforo percent. Interest from date until pal. I. Mk4. Wm. Waiikkx, The cleverest Imitation of real Coifeo Itulivllle, Ky. over jet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health T, I. Kligllsh, Aut. MAHONY & Coilee. It U One In llavor and Is In just one minute. No tedious made The Insurance .Men of Stanford. 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from r 1 1 g and Tornado. Farm Property a Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs; Hens lie. . r RANKIN. Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to 10c Lincoln Bonds for Sale! Per Indigestion In Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. k!Uc a Piece. uuineas Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTTJ Stanford, Ky. CHE SAFEST AND QUlGKEST WAY TO Ducks lO to 1.0 Geese 6 to 7c. 2c. v Jt TRANSFER MONEY asssBBisaBiaiajatMBajasjtjasjMsajHsaswasasBBB l.u, I. Dr. Shoop's LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FSR RATES ATPLY TO LIOAL MANAIER and killed. Ilurcli, CouimUslouers, Restorative PENNY'S DflUQ EAST TENNESSEE STORE. iuconoaTto TELEPHONE COMPANY ' & ti ajAA . ., . jf a y .