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NO. 7.' i m 1,1 ! 4 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. L. B. Fori is dead at Somerset. Tho seventh street station In Louis.. , .111. Pros dent Taft's tariff message con Alfred Wllinn , Avwuimfiiivf mi.. .. Miscreants firedinto tho home of I. ville burned, causing a $50,000 loss, rr ... ....- - in Ml.lnln tains onlv ira warn. . .,.!. -- . :;-..bkcuwi, Franklin, near Gradyville, Adair coun i...ut.. Ripley Below, of Morganfield, fell ty. vmu oil mu nino- apcnCCr COUniy will WftVnO 17. from his horso and was instantly killed. I.ulher Colemiin and Miss Ada Jonlan tfv niipntlnn nn Anrll 3rd Mrs. Melvcna Bullock'agcd 00, Is Robbers dynamited tho safe In the Indiana authorities aro Investigating mado one Cravens, both of Casey, were of a boy In Whlto county, bank at Coldwatcr, Okta,, and escaped dead in the Hansford sectionr.ofj. the death by Judge J. S. Owsley Friday. by hazers. with $2,000. Carl Jackson nnd Miss Mainlo ilotitn, who, it Is alleged, was killed John Simmon, one ofl Washington Four children of M. C. Palmer, near Carrio Chapman Cult, who'called Mr. Kov. of Mercer, wcro mado ono by citizens, Is dead of Roosevelt "an old trco toad," is In Ger- Newby, Okla., were burned tojdeath In county's wealthiest Robinson as thoy sat in their buggy in pneumonia. a prairlo firo. many strirring up tho women suffra front of his parsonage. Tho atreot car line at Somerset! will John B. Etlv. chinrcd with killing J. Sam Lyon, of Springfield. III., ges. tho shopiland work will Allen, who killed his wiro at his wlfo in Iwiavillo, was? acquitted at be extended to Alfred ton of Evan Lyon, of Lincoln county, begin'at onco. his third trial. was given 25 years. Ky and Miss Minnio K. Goss. a lova- Wetumpka, Ala., Mai. Curtis F. B'Jrnam, an, aged and Tho "weU" will petition for n local ho mistook his wlfo for ble young Indy of Nlantic, this State, Ho claimed that option election In Trigg county, which respected citizen of Richmond, isjdead burglar. woro quietly married at the liomo of a after a protracted illness. Mrs. L. Kingcrr, aged 21, was so se went dry at the last election. 32j the brido on Wednesday, Feb. 21 TI10 weighing M. A. Armstrong, Secret service operatives located a verely mashed by a log at a saw mill brido is a charming young lady while pound and six feet, eight incheslftall, county thtt she died shortly counterfeiting outfit In nn isolated Darren tho groom Is a prosperous young busi- in is dead in Cumberland county. patch of woods near Gary, Ind Jog Lorlmer. of M ddlesboro. died of ness man of Springfield, being a con- afterward All preparations oro completed tor After a fruitless soirch for his kid ductor on an Intcrurban line between Whilla, his father, Russia militarv Intervention in Persia Asiatic cholera at Manila, Philippine son, Willie Springfield and Decatur. Thoy will go napped days after landing in that P. Whltla, returned to his homo should such a step be found necessary. Islands, three to housekeeping soon and nro anticipat- James Rear Admiral Edward Trask Strong, country. Sharon, Pa , Sunday. ing a trip to Kentucky this summers-Illino- is at R. L. Davidson has sold the Spring Tho Peace Society of tho City of ;ncw U. S. N., retired, died suddenly of Star. to Judge JJames R. disease at his home at Andovcr, field York has sent out invitations for an heart Noe and Joseph Polin, who will mak o of Sunday an- international peace festival at Carnegie Mass. The Courier-Journnounces the engagement of Miss Uessle Hall, New York, Wednesday night. Thieves broke into the rcsidencojof D. it an independent paper. de Asburv Collee-- at WilmoreEwas Elkln. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. As tho result of an explosion in the II. Dunn, president of the Smithland Elkln, of Louisville, to Mr. Klchard Sunnysido Coal Mine, near t Evans ville, bank, and stole $2,500 in notes and $15 stroyed by fire, causing a loss 'of $40,- A defec 000, with $22,000 insurance. Menefeo Newland, of thlstplace, tho five men are dead and a score seriously in cash. marriage to take place in May. Miss injured. All have been .rescued; from Wolf Face, ono of tho most fnotcd tive flue caused the firo. Elkln has spent several Summers at tho mine. war chiefs of tho Chcyennes, died at Tho Williamsburg Times, Republican, Crab Orchard Springs and thoso of our A bear fought a crowd of citizens fn his home near Colony, Okla. He was demands a clean'primary and threatens young peoplo who have the pleasuro of the streets of Milwaukee and niter a nearly 100 years of ago. to expose those who attempt tojviolato Mrs. Agnes Franklin, of Hampton, any of tho election laws. her acqualntanco say sno is long battle, was killed. Tho beast prob- son, charming lady. Mr. Newland is a son ably camo down tho Northern Pacific Vs., tried to spank her Mrs. James Lawrence, of Perryvilie, whom sho found in a pool room, and aged about 80, was burned to death at of Mr. T. D. Newland, is well and fa- track or tho river. section and is an vorably known inthis A voung man who has posed as the dropped dead from heart disease. her home by attempting to replenish the exceedingly clever and affable young Intimate friend of tho family of ConCouncilman Jonn F. Klein was com- fire. Sho was a sufferer from paraly man. Ho is at present engaged in tho gressman Nicholas Longworth was ar mitted to jail without bail at '.Pittsburg sis. deInsurance business and is making a rested in Cincinnati on tho charge or for refusing to appear bofore the grand Charles Herndon. who killed his "wife jury to testify in the graft investiga in Whitley county some 12 years ago,' cided success of it. passing bogus checks. Gov. Marshall withdrew a reward or tion. Just afwas given life imprisonment. Sad Death- T- The death of Mrs. Daisy Benjamin Gilbert, aged 19, was elecIndiana Legisla ter the crime he went West and was re Huffman, wife of A. G. Huff- $3,000 offered by the Hurnsido ture of 1005 for tho arrest and return trocuted in the penitentiary at Rich- cently captured. man, occurred in Louisville, Monday, to Indiana of Oscar A. Baker, familiar- mond, Vb., for the murder in Norfolk The jury nt Pineville in tho case of March 15th. caused by heart disease last July of his sweetheart, Miss Aman very sudden although ly known as "Cigarette" Baker. Gilbert Selzer's administrator against Tho death was Morse. Successful flights on the Wright aero- - da verdict of sho had been ill for several days. Tho Frank Bell, a well known newpapcr the L. & N. returned a plano wcro made at Pau, France, by Selzer was killed by one of the took placo Wednesday, at 1130, burial man, died at Hopkinsvillo after a linCount do Lambert and Paul Irlsandicr, nt Lancaster cemetery. A large crowd Wilbur Wricht's pupils. Each man gering Illness. He had been connected company's trains. of relatives and friends cam" with tha Marked improvement has been noted up alono and remained in tho air with several of tho leading newspapers remains from Louisville nnd Stanford. went in the condition of David Jackson, of in thu South. 20 minutes. Kov. Yandell, of Stanford, conducted n Willium Whitlu, son of James P. London, who is confined to Norton InGov. Willson commissioned John S. short funeral service. Tho floral offerattorney of Sha- firmary, suffering from somo peculiar Whitla, a ing was profuse, which together with Ktlly, of Bardatown, as special judge ron, Pa., was kidnapped by two men ailment of the eyes. Owensboro, tho outburst of grief, throughout tho to try the Parrishes, of Levi Fairchild, a prominent citizen and later his parents received a letter entire crowd, manifested clearly tho who are charged with wrecking thu demanding n ransom of $10,000. of Monticello, died of typhoid fever. very high esteem in which sho was held. Owensboro Bank and Trust Co. The Daniel Bauer, a member of tho Cin- Ho is survived by his wife, four childSho was a lady of excellent traits or case will be tried at Hawesvillo. cinnati General Council, a saloon keep- ren and ono brother, W. F. Fairchild, An electrical and wind storm in and character, being a daughter of tho lafo er and a u, n. Mn. R. II. Uurnsidc. Mr. nrnund Camnbcllsvillo did crcat dam dicted onfollower of Boss Cox, was ina president of the Citizens National tho charge of conducting Bank. county age. Dan Miller, a breeder or blooded Uurnsido was a native of this place that constitutes a nuisance. Capt. Henry L. Casey, of Danville, was a member of ono largest stock, lost two horses valued at $GO0 and The bursting of tho water tanks, who was formerly director of the Bu families in Central and $300. In tho destruction of a $1,000 and most influential which supplied the city of Parkersburg, in the Philip Kentucky. To tho husband, his three barn, which burned. Another barn on W. Va . resulted in three deaths and reau of Animal Industry and quartermaster of the Second children, her two sisters, Mrs. It. S. Miller's placo also burned. It was fill- tho serious injury of other residents of pines Regiment, Kentucky National uuaru, Putman, of Lebanon, anil Mrs. E. I' ed with hay. tho city whoso homes were in the path has been appointed veterinary for the Owsley, of Columbus, Ga., tho Record A Newport dispatch says: Tho grand of thu Hood. city of Mexico. o joins tho community in extending jury of Campbell county has returned Although a total of 233 cases of small At a meeting of the Richmond bar condolence Lnncaster Record. two Indictments against Sheriff John pox were treated at the Franklin counhim with failure to ty pesthouse during tho last year, there resolutions in honor of Hon. Curtis F. Nagcl, charging Stato- of A Rollirlous Author's perform his duty in that ho is said to have been no deaths, and 22G or the Burnam were adopted. Many talks bein mom. have allowed the operation of poolrooms patients wero discharged from tho hos praise, devotion and high regard half of tho distinguished jurist wcro Hev. Joseph II. Pcspcraon, Sails In tho countv. Several employes of pital cured of tho disease. by members of the profession. ouiruuiii were Indicted soma time bjco, Imrv, K n , who ! tb author of (: lives For her heroism in saving tho Hon. books, writes: "For several and it is alleged that Nagel was slow of nine children during the burning of Thoso who made speeches were cral kidney trou-bi- o in serving tho warrants so that the the steamer, Gen. Slocum, near New J. W. Caperton, W. B. Smith, W. R. years I was aflllcUtl with Shackelford and others. and last winter I was suddenly men were ablu to move to Cincinnati. York, in 1904, Miss Mary McCann, was A Lawrenceburc special says: Tho pain In my kidstricken with a oere presented by Speaker Cannon, on beafter grand jury adjourned here Resolutions of Respect. neys and was contlucd to bed eight of Congress, with a silver half one of the most sensational sessions in days unablo to get up without assismedal. Ciun OnciiAim, March 8. Whereas tance I commenced taking Foley's our beloved brother. Dr. Robert G. Luman C. Mann was declared not tho history of the county. Forty-fou- r gradualindictments wero returned and most ail Kidney Remedy, and tho pain 12 years had been con- guilty of tho murder of Mrs. Frances I cheer- Redd, who for of them wcro against prominent citi Sevly abated nnd finally ceased fined to his room with paralysis, de- Gllmoro Thompson at Chicago. fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem- parted this life on Feb. 21, 1900, aged eral members of tho jury shed tears zens of tho county. One Magistrate was indicted for unlawfully being interedy.;' Now Stanford Drug Co. when Mann, between choking sobs, 07 years. r ested in contracts with the county; Resolved that this lodge has lost one thanked them and promised to lead a threo members of the Fiscal Court were CHURCH MATTERS. of its faithful members and tho com- better life. office, the indicted for malfeasance in John D. Sharp was acquitted of The Bantist congregation at Somerset munity an upright citizen. also tho same charge was registerResolved that wo extend our heartfelt charge of murdering former United ed against tho county road supervisor. has decided to erect a new $25,000 sympathy to his relatives and com States Senator E. W. Carmaek, at Several merchants wcro indicted tor en liTirih. Nashville, but tho two principal actors The meeting conductod at tho baptist mend them to God, Whom ho served. " bus Danville, wo set apart in tho in tho tragedy, Robin Cooper and Col. proprietor Resolved that rhurch bv Uro. Barnes, of of tho soft drink establish B. Cooper, were given 20 years pImmI Frldav with CO additions to tho secretary's book a pago to his memory Duncan ment in the western part of the county Ll,, ,,..(, It vvnn rortulnlv n 1)0 war for and have a copy of theso resolutions in prison each. had five indictmouts roturned against A Lynchburg dispatch says: Judge good and wo would gladly welcome llro. printed in tho Musonic Homo Journal without a license. decided tho contest of tho him for sellinir liouor Christian Harnestoour town again. Drodhcad and in tho I.NTEIilOlt Journal Tho indictments ugainst the several of E. H. Davis, G. B. Lyne, J. M. Wal plection held hero In December In favor Cor. Mt. Vernon Signal. League, and tho sa- ficers, it is understood, wero in regard of tho lin, committeo. county roads. loons which closed March 5, will remain to tho With inlaid rod and Jeweled reel, closed at least two years. Not a drunkSJon to a sylvan nook he'll steal. In Big" Pond. Near Death Slayer. Kills Would-B- o 11 Ills fishing kit, It was a thrllllnc experience to Mrs en man has been arrested hero in A merclloss murderer Is AppendiWit must admit. Ida Soper to faco death. "For)esrs a days. citis with many victims. Hut Dr. When all completo. will tost a deal. sovcro lung troublo gavo mo Intense Remedy For La Grippe. King's Now Llfo Pills kill it by prevensuffering," sho writes, "and several Slmplo To save oxpenio ho has no wish, gently stlmulato stomach, my death. All La grippe coughs aro dangerous as tion They bowls, preventing that clog He'll seek a pool where ripples swish. times nearly caubed thoy frequently develop Into pneu liver and remedies failed ami doctors Bald I was Established there, ging that Invltos appendicitis, curing lnoui-ublThen Dr. King's Now Dis- monia. Foley's Honey nnd Tar not Constipation, Hlllousness, uiius, MaPerhaps ho'll snaro covery brought quick relief and a euro onlv stops the cough but heals und A tadpolo or a vagrant fish. laria, Hcsdacho and Indigestion. 25o no ticrmanont thnt 1 have- not been strengthens tho lungs so that no seri Tho gen- - at Penny's Drug Storo. need bo feared. Charles P. Taft. u brother of the troubled la twelve years" Mrs. Soper ous results contains President, married tho only daughter lives In Dig Pond, l'a. tworks won- ulno Foley's Honoy und Tar a youow "You bankers novo it easy. I wish I no harmful drugs und Is in Instead of a farmer." David Slnton, ono of tho richest men ders In Coughs andColds.SoroLungs, of Now wero a banker La Orlppo. Asthma, package. Refuse substitutes. In Cincinnati, who died in 1900. Mrs. Hemorrhage! Tut. tut. my filend. A farmer leads Co. Taft was tho solo legatee Included in Croup, Whooping Cough and all Stanford Drug tho only independent llfo." estate was local rcalestato Hronchlal affections. 60o and 81. her father's "1 dunno. rve seen lots or abandon for office on any ticket Tho candidate proporty valued at $023,830. Tho Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by who promises immunity to criminals ed farms, but I've never seen an aban Peuny'sDrug Store. tax on this amounted to ought to bo relegated to tho rear. The doned bank." ma Mr. Taft did not pay tho tax on candidato who would make sucn a prom"Sassafras, 0, sassafras, penalMv threo year old boy was badly time and now $1,551 Interest snd ise before election would perjure him- constipated, had a high fever and was stuff for me, Thou art the ty is added. self If ho made good after election. And in tho spring I lovo to sing, In an awful condition. J. gave nun Eddyvlllo Herald. The camnalen to nrocure legislation Sweet sassafras, of thee." two doses of Foley's Orlno Laxathe tho fever was against speculation In eotton, grain and Pntna nf women, head pains, or any and the next morning I'Mvontica lioo Candy Cold Curo entirely well. other agricultural products will be carstopped In 20 minutes sure, with gone and ho was Congress with Tablets - will safely and quickly check pain ried on in the Sixty-firOrlno Laxative saved his life.' Khnon's Plnlc Pain Tablets. See even more vigor than in the Sixtieth all colds and the Grip. Try tbem iir formula on 25o. ilox. Sold by A. Wolkash, Caslmer, lVIs. New Sold by Penny full Ceagrew, aeeoreHC to the statements once and see Stanford Drue Co. Peony's Drug Store Store. Drus of Swtheni members. 1 News-Leade Sl III II v v ti. You caul go Wrong if In Style, in Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, you'wear one of our ""i Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. $30,-00- 0. They are reliable in all the things a well dressed man looks for. The latest in fabrics, col orings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. well-know- n Cunitnins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. sin-ccr- mm m ut-lei- m SB. Kin,, WT "JsT EDGE and !B& y g FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER, Thisisthenew COMBINED Investigate before piacing your order. " W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. mmmWammmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmwmmmsmmWmWmmmmmWmmmmWmmummm !K .v 'rKMOUUmmmmmmmm - " SKmrf anti-Saloo- n iMf't IGfv imXWWWwK . ' - k tSlsH iLWWW ',riHiDHi!iiHRiHi9HHiH $8,-00- 2. DIGNITY DARE NO. 1982, ... I..... .....wis lildli. Ut.lillt ....- iMHitidt. iwrfBitly t.j and ruck. vj iu, kouiiu. Trotted In nut. Jin live illttliivt UjilU. A1UI1UUUU) , ILI ...-.- m ., .,. -- livadttnull : Fo-ley- 's st 1 t by liW Never defwitvd In inodul rlu rlnis two colts. IxfeutidWIiBud lit model bri'dk wry kind to Colt utllarroduur. Intulllaeiit. Ureal breeder niul uuu..illy lor tilKti action coll.. Omit uniform .breeder, never got a .orrel colt. Illi colt flr.t hi ttaku ring tor lift ut lUrrodnburu. Htato Hueklluic colt tlrat In biiroen ring ut ywr Fair, iwfi. 00 of I.U rolu n eriiKtnK i bud; Mld for merutje prlco of Ul. Iiiipuru good UouMen, long, tunerlng neok and vu-rp- u. In Ituitouvlllu HvKutnof tb . t tUtOlll.UMIlllVMColl Ottii lt u tn.uuu...niltiu it! ..Iii.t Krir. tlce. Dignity hare l too well known to meniion 01 iiini li.niu furllier was neterdeteuted In n herd Dignity Dure, ring. Oruwi furnl.hed ut IJJO iwr montb. O.ire taken to protein itcciaenL und e.caje but not reiponilblo liould uny occur. Mure moved, traded, parted with or bred n Ice uioiuy due. to unolber Uor muke re.ldence. Oorre.ponUenoe. l'boneln H.UAltl'KSTKll, llu.touvlll.so llclted. l, iieuj-j.ur- li "i s iJftM BWWpWiyyrffn" MsTiSSfiii 4HMMiWMlh My nyjiy, l"W II mV"3)W "ywiiwyMiimqiyffy.-r,- y twin- - .W fT- r Myt prm . irn"Hpif up, wrr" wj- - tf ''jev yyi 'JMrir'" fV1 'l'TlrW-- ' yr " 7y7 : ' ' The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN. of Mercer county. Is n canlldate far Commonwealth's Attorney of ihli, iho lith J 11 dlclnl district, subjict to the action of tte Charles P. Grainger, who mado Louisville one of tho best mayors that city has ever had, says he will not msko another raco for the office. His decision Is not at all satisfactory to his legion of friends and admirers. Oklihomo farmers have formed a co- i operative organization which, li present plans are carried out, will Tenter the meat-packin- StOCrC Of g business and will also Merchandise for Sale. build elevators at every grain shipping Wiluam Jennings Bryan was tendemocratic parly. dered n Rreat banquet by democratic friends nt Lincoln, Neb., tho occasion JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JH., If n candidate for circuit Jrd-- c of tliln. Ho being the Commoner's 49th birthday. of tLe lath district, subject to the nttlon Democratic pnrty. POLITICAL. M. C. 8AUFLEY Senator Bradley has been placed upIt a candidate for circuit Judge of thli, the on tho Committee for City of Washing ixth Judicial district, subject 10 tlia ect'on of the Democratic pnrty. ton. ClUulIItt county democrats will nomi- Democratic Ticket. Kor Mate Kenntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor Representative, W. H. SHANKS Kor County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY KorJConnty Attorney, W.S.BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE w. l. Mccarty Kor Kor Sheriff. Kor County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER Jailer, DINK FARMER Kor Assessor, Undortakor, to occept a Federal judgeship. Mt Salom. Luther Willis, a nephew of Luther C. Willis, of Shelbyville, has been appoint- Prompt nnd Klllclent Hervlce Dny or Night. ed stenographer to Senator Bradley. The first piece of legislation to bo G. W. acted on by the Houso during the spe--l Deolers In Wnll I'aper. Also carry n splencial session was the bill providing for. did line of Drocerles.Hotl Drinks, Etc., ' tho taking of the thirteenth census. IvUtn Street, Huitonvlllc, Kentucky. The Standard Oil Company is well taken care of in the Payne tariff bill. The provision concerning tho importaThe Remedy tion of oil is the same as in the Dingley Means Committee. It is reported at Jefferson City thnt Gov. Hadley, of Missouri, is to resign nate county officers by a primary on June 5. "President Taft was tho honor guest nt New York banquet Riven by lYale students The new tariff bill was favorably re- ported to the House by tho Woys and Prompt and point In tho State. A story comes from Lexington that several Independent tobacco Arms, who purchascdlsome of tho Durlcy Society T. F. GROSS, pool last fall, hiid thrown many hogsCrab Orchard. Kentucky. heads of their purchase back on the hands of the society. and American manufacturers aru watch I. now'readr to serve hi. old friend, hare If you hoe. to make many ing with much Interest tho progress of n mule or horse to castrate save the work for Iilmnnd have It done rlitht. He tho new French tariff bill. Under Its ii speelnlty of castrating rldgcllngs. makes provisions United States factories, nl Itching Skin Diseases ready at a disadvantage, will Iks fur' handicapped in meeting tho com Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid ther lor external inc. Zcmo gives instant petition of other nations. elicf and permanently cures any form )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All H. G. Riffe, Druggists. Write (or sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Day new-on- I desire to sell privately my itock of Gro cerlesnnd Hardware. Doln n imxi imiti- ness, win invoice about tyw. Henso- nIII health. (ir.O. DHOITKIt, Htanford, Ky. lUMll"VntlJM McKinney, Undertaker. Kfllclcnt Hervlce fleai Walkovers I - or Night. A 1. Thomas Wilkinson, Armstrong&Co. FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acre., of good blue grass land, lying one mile North of McKlniiey.on nnd the Htanford pike. Improvement, fencing good; plenty ot water nnd fruit. Also 1JS neres of tlmlvred land one mile Knit of McKlnnert half under fence:ulenty ot water nnd good tolmccolnnd. Hce crow ns crop. J. A.uivK.-nM.AgenMcKinney, Ky. i, Just a little neater and just a little better than ever. Hieh Shoes in Gun Metal, Vici, Ox Blood and Patent Leathers, PUBLIC SALE! OiiTTKHDAY, MAHOII SI, Insist Jo'elock r. M.ui my iuiicm. on iuinviwo Atenue, i will offer for snlo my homewlttiH, acres of hind. All of this property Is In good repair, hot nnd cold water In iKith. At same lime mid plnrv will .ell 1 good fnmlly horse, I 1 JOHN C. PEPPLES Kor Superintendent of Schools, GARLAND SINGLETON Kor Coroner. GEORGE P. BRIGHT Kor Magistrate Htanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE Kor ConstnblelHIiinford District, ' UJ I, will be succeeded by Charles D. Norton, of Chicago, a personal friend of Sharps was acquitted Secretary MacVcogh. President Taft will ask Congress for of the charge of conspiracy in the killing ofJSenotor E. W. Carmack at Nash authority to give retired officers who ville, but the Coopers, father and son, serve on the Brownsvillo Court of Inwere given 20 years each in prison. quiry full pay. Until tho authority is The jury on the first ballot stood six civen the court will not be appointed President Taft. Gov. Hughes, Chief for murder in the first degree, five for murder in the second degree and one Justice Melville Fuller and Judge for acquittal, but after much delibera- George Gray were among tho speakers tion the abovejverdict was agreed on. at memorial exercises in honor oturov- . The jury on the day before declared it er uicveianu in arntxio II..II " "i KT. agree as to the Coopers but York. could not exonerated Sharpe and Saturday when President Taft has told the members a verdict was brought In, the defense of his Cabinet that he will not interasked the judgelto declare it a mistrial fere with them in their selection of as and will argue'that point in a few days. sistants and that their appointments In the mean time Col. Duncan B. Coo- are to be made for the purpose of inper and his son, Robin Cooper, arc ot t creasing efficiency. on bonds of $25,000 each. Friends cf Former Representative James E. the Coopers almost fell over each other Watson, of Indiana, who was the rein their desire to fgo their bonds. It publican "whip" in the House, and was a loug drawn out trial and there who lost his fight for the governorship, was much playing to the galleries both has been offered and has declined the by the counsel and Judge Hart, who guvcrnorhip of Porto Rico and the min tried the case. istry to Cuba Judge J. M. Galloway withdrew from Marse Henri took six colums of Sat- the race for in the Bowling urday's Courier-Journto prove that Green judicial district. J. McKcnzio prohibition is a failure and that no Moss was nominated by the Republican prohibitionist can be a democrat. But Judicial district committee for Circuit the people will just go on thinking like Judge, and John II. Gilliam, of Allen they formerly did and wonder what the county, for Commonwealth's Attorney. advertisement cost the whisky and beer June 5 and a primary were decided trusts. What n pity it is that the great on ns the time and manner fornominnt-in- g editor does not put his talents to better a democratic candidates for judge use than furthering the whisky cause. and Commonwealth's attorney in the THE movement to convert the birth- Hopkinsville district. Judge Thomas place of Jefferson Davis in Christian P. Cook and Judge J. T. Hanberry arc county Into a memorial park for South- tho candidates for judge and Denny P. Smith for Commonwealth's attorney. erners was revived Saturday at Dr. W. D. Crum, the Negro who was Options on the Davis farm expire April 27 and it is requested that relieved as Collector of tho Port at all Confederates and their sympathizers Charleston by tho appointment of E. interested send their contributions for W. Durant, will bo given a lucrativo the purchase of the Davis place to S. position in the Panama canal zone. Crum is a physician, a graduate of A. Cunningham, Nashville, Tenn. Howard University, and it is said he "When a Federal judge can deprive will go In the sanitary service In Panaa man of his liberty by judicial ukase, ma. and a newspaper can be gagged for the While the Payne tariff bill may get offense of criticising a public official, it through the House in short order and will be high time for Russia to send us with few changes, tho outlook in tho a few missionaries," sensibly remarks Senate is'lfor prolonged consideration William Jennings Bryan in the Com- and many amendments. The maximum moner. and minimum rata provision is considered of doubtful expediency by many A Baptist church in Somerville, Senators and others are preparing to Mass., has decreed that no woman shall make a hardfight to restore tho Ding-le- y be admitted to the services until she provisions! in schedules affecting has taken off her hat, on the ground their constituents. that "women spend more time examinThe two Houses of the Illinois Assem ing others' hats than in listening to tt a bly joint session considered tho rein I. M. BRUCE Kor Maglitrato Crab'Orcbnrd Dlitrlct, J. WARD MOORE Kor Magistrate HustonIIIcjnitrlct, J. K. HELM, SR Kor Magistrate Wnynesburg Dlitrlct, IOHN M. CAMDEM Kor Constable Wnynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH law. Both branches of tho Utah Legislature passed the bill extending local option to cities of 12.000 population or more. County local option also is provided. It is reported at Washington that President Taft will extend tho order postmasters under placing fourth-clas- s the civil service to include tho Southern ZEIIO Is recotnlui is Ih. noil fcoeeM sn4 woilJ s.ct.Ml.l tncticla. In States. Speaker Cannon has set his foot down on general legislation at the special sesHe has announced sion of Congress. that committees will not be named until adjournment. Louis A Coolidge, Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury, has resigned. Ho Dinwiddie & ry an of goods. i fiMMCft. L. ZEM0 that Always Carts u. 4 pMltlrclf ia4 pna-ncal- lr tattantlr teller cutfi Icsen a 4 all ItcMag ilia Cell botUtltWir. All Df wild lor up.. LW.lmllfttkiwCfc St.LMls.kU. r !. line horse, Jerm-- row, splendid food brood ow,nloui li.i Imles clenn clover and timothy liny, Columbu. buggy, Inicklxmrd, spring wagon, buggy, biirueis, henter, two stand, of lee.and numerous other things. Terms made known on day of sale. M K. Jon K. Cahii, Htanford, K y it $3.50, $4 and $5.00 Per Pair. pretty good stock still of WALKOVER heavyrgoods for this sloppy weather. CONCRETING Weareln position todoall kinds of con creting, such us 11 loc k work. Ilivements nnd. In fact, so can make nny thing from r home down ton fence post. We run you promptly and gunranteo Ilr'--- ' r" work nnd material. Call and get our prices before you buy our material at least. PHILLIPS BROS., i H. J. McROBERTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Co., Stanford, Ky. Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-d- ate ... Will make the season of l'.oj nt our .table, IS mile. Northwest of Htanford, Ky., lit 111 to lusuro n living colt, lllnck Jo Is b l'reston IrH, Kentucky's greatest snddle stallion, he by WnihlnetoiiM: lllack Joe's lit ilim l.uclle by Messenger Denmark t?J dam ermont neiue iiouiniou uy iioninsiin's llambletonliili; he Is n ery tine Individual, bhiek with one white foot : stands hands. (njunua. u jrni, uni, inivr Niuuirr .nHUi snuwy nnu very,"' iunnrnets;oi nnesiyiviuui action, rve him before J oil book your mares. Henson due if inure Is traded or parted with. All care will li tnkeu to mold accidents, but not responsible sbouldany occur. "Black Joe" !. I E3S3SQ3330SS33e 3KF1 m Min,r k...,r A I PUKC VIJVE UIL Direct importation from France. The very best for eating and medicinal purposes. J. I. KADHAHO.V'H. Thi is the Time Htanford. Ky. I Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court i " " to Advertise Your al STALLIONS AND JACKS. Cards Printed on Short Notice. Give Us a Trial. HENRY following properly 111 Turner.vllle, Lincoln county, Ky. e uud lot Unindnl on tbo I. The North by tlienlanfonlandlIutuulllo pike, on the Kiisland Houlh by the landsof James MiCormlck nnd on the West by the McKln-nennd Coffey's Mllljilke.contalulngnlxiut acres anil Srixli. Them Is n large triune btore..')GUonnddwellng comblm! on this lot and It Is a splendid stund fur n general store. i. The "Nenl property" which Is Iwumled on the North by the land of .Mis. Hu mid Martin McCormlck, on the Knst by McCormlck's church turnpike, on t be Houtb by HtnnforU nnd llustonvllle turnpike nnd on the West by the land of Mrs. lieu flood containing between Handy acres. This lot contains n frame dwelling and outbuildings. TKHMH. The sales will lie made on n credit of six months; the purchasers will be required to give bonds for the purchase, price with good security, payable to the Commissioner, bearing S per rent. Interest from date of sale until paid, having the force and effect of n Judgment nnd secured by lien on the land. The present lessees of No. 1 have the privilege of extending their leuse two yeurs from April 1. ltM, anil I.OI No. 2 Is leased until Jan. 1. 1VI0. I. M. McltOIlKltTH, Hccliil Uoiu'r. store-housy Dal-lit- is MONDAY. A run., 1 county court day, offer for sale nt public outcry to thu highest and liest bidder III front of court huuo In Htanford, Ky., the In ohedlc new to a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the February term, Itav, In the action of Jno. r. Cush heirs against Jno, K. Cash's ht Irs. the undersigned Commissioner will, lietweeu the hours ot and t V. M on 1 lt. 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart. PENNY'S DRUG Stanford, Kentucky. STORE, HHBBEBBSB3eSBEEE ( i ports from tho joint committee that Tub Cusoy County News has just heard tho gubernatorial contest brought rounded out the fifth year of its exist- by Adlai E. Stevenson against Gov. ence. Brer Thomas has been at the Charles S. Dcnecn. The joint session auoptca tno majority reprc uy a helm since its beginning and deserves strict party vote. It finds that tho con- much credit for giving thu people of testant has failed to make a prima facie Casey so good ami newsy n paper. lease BUlliclent to warrant the opening of the ballot boxen for a recount. The Virginia .Supremo Court bats It Saved His Leg-- . grass widows from breach of promise "AH thought I'd losomy leg, "writes suits, saying that they having been married are Immune from the seducer's J. A. Swensou, Watcrtuwa, Wis., wiles. This is good reasoning, If not "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors could not cute, had at last laid mo up good law. Then Auciclcn'i Arnica Salvo cured It ediTub Lexington Herald's sound and'woll. "Infallible for Skin tion Sunday was a hummer. We congrat- Kruptlons, ICozema, Saltllheum, Hulls, ulate Editor Breckinridge and his corps Fever Bores, Hums, Scalds, Cuts and of assistants on their magnificent Files. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. I Bcrmon," JONLY $1.50. Courier-Journa- We, whose names appear below, strictly forbid hunting, fishing or nny kind of trespassing on our places uud will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law, Mrs. Waller Warren, Mrs. Mattle White, lien I'. Martin. I. W. Hurler. Tlnsley Hpoonaiuore M. K. Lawrence . M. 'ettus. ,,H, uooker, rVSa2MBHBEAWBHBSfJJeBBBBBBB& IJsBBBBBBBBI Joseph llnllou, T.A. Itlce, (I, W. Hasty. L. Uoluclaw. J. It. L. 1'UlllKIII. Mrs.J.K. I'ulllam, Mrs. It. L. Wllllums, MesserA l'uxtou, James N.Uusll, u. netiiiunrier -M. II. Lytle. Mrs. Jas. Unities. KAtHsW LLLLLICsHt)s-jvs9slCisssslsDr. J.d.Onrpenter, J. ll.Uamenlsch, Thomas Kerrlll. j. it. tiriiiin. Duvld llurtou, A. L. Thompson, M.O. Ittchunlson. J.M. Wure. MIssMuttle Howes, llulcheuliucb Ilros .AND. fr'red llaumunn, A.T. Trnvlor. N, II. I'lummer, l.lllmriidooeh. Will Hester, lt.O. Nunnelley, J, W. Ilauglitiiau, J. W. I'eck. David Htevens, J. K.IIruce, JohnUamenlscli. Wm.Cordler. M, D. Kliuore, Dim Trnylor, liotllbOltck. rred llnndorf. D. M. Anderson. J. J.'llioiupson, Mr. and Mrs. Jus. II. Kuds J.F.Moser, Mrs. N.J.Horton A. Klluisu KOTII ONE YEAK FOR Mrs. ueo. Ixignu, J.J.KIIIott W. It. Duugherty. I'rnnk Cordler. Dr. I.O. Terry, ltev. Kiither U'O, H. II. Ilaughiiiiin, II. V. Unifies, A. D. Hoot. Uriah Albright. Mrs. Mnrguret doocli .Iiicoli tlunder -W. II. Trnylor lleo. ll.dltens, Hum Itolwrls, John J lifer, Few people In tie United titates have not Amend Hchnefer, lloliimnn, M.J. A. It. Mutheuy Ileasley l. beard of thu Democratic K.T. (lamer. L.H. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, ,n M thiag,t ,D u" tbiu' cl"n ln all II. U Kiittiiley, M.J. Morguu, lt.O. Wulkfui, "" " ta --mMM' ""ollT l'P'- - Mr H.T. Harris. It. H.Orow, KLI'XTIUC ItANGES J.C. Hundley. Tho Itaiio to buy; u full navorj a m met in iker wa are enabled to of. a special arrangement Mrs. Nunnle II. flood, O.K. McOlure, tho best baker. A largo lino of select from and wo will appreciate a call. Anton lUmccker. L one Anderson imrr. let the WEEKLY Kred Voudruenlguu W. M. Dlshou. year and this paper for the price uamed T. L. Ilaiigbman Hill nuiOAMW Sirs. Itebeceu It. Carpenter MlOlilllll, above. Bend your subscription for the comW. Koputi, J. r. Closer, bination to us not tc the Oouri.r-Joura- a Joliltst. WATTERSON'S PAPER POSTED. ti ' n X I. 1 Weekly Courier Journal 9PiHs rnLrHpilsHsvHHHBH H The Interior Journal s i WW p'm 'lr COUBIKK-OUKNA- I. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. f .n r P TPHHHJHHMHHH Linen And Linene Suitings. Wo bnvo every color nnd white, yd. In vSzrferrfT "iwnf'w'iif " New Silks. COLORED TAFFKTAS. Wc lmvo n belter ynnl wide Taffeta silk in all color nnd black than you will sec anywhere at 81 yd. Nets, COLORED NKTS in all tho now Spring Bhadce, in large and small mesh 3 plain, atrlpo and liilc ImhiiIh. 10c to 30c White Linen Waistlngs. Wo lmvo n HO Messaline iVilks. All the Spring (hades in 27 inch Ecrue Nets In Plain, Tucked, and Figured. Inch linen lawn wnisting nt '2c other grmlca up to 81 yd. Memlinc at 81 yd. White Linen Suitings. milting (not ono half or two third linen.) linen nt 12ic, other grmks up to Sl.fiO yd. A !W inch Foulard Silks. but all There silks nro very jxiptilar thi censon, and dcsignK. we White Nets ALL LIKKX In plain, Tucked, Figured, lace stripe, and appliqucd. Wc arc showing aro showing sonic choico nlxiut fifty dilfercnt patterns in nlxivc desirable material for Waistings, como let us show you. SEVERANCE .. & SON, har- STANFORD KY. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtiu car-loa- d The Interior Journal. 8TAHFOKD, Don't forget show. CI.OTHE3 tho moving plcturo Cook & Claiborno See my lino of wagon and buggy ness. J. C. McClary. KY., - French cleaned. M.USCII 23, 1000 Farmer. Found, n bunch of keys. C. Walton. Ladies' Oxfords in tho very latest styles. Cummins & Wearen. My home on Danville All modern Improvements. Mrs. John Ellis. For Sale. Ave. 1 . of Renin. Poles, Line and all other Fishing Tacklu at Penny's Drug Store. FlNK lino PERSONALS. Hubert Carentkr LEB RurLEY is Indisposed. Fri- went to Loutsvlllo day. John Friday. S. IUugiiman went to London i i MB. D. G. Pohtman was up from Liberty Saturday. Mr. J. P. RlONKY Is up after a spell of a week or so with a deep cold. Miss Lillian Leavell, of llrynnt-villwas tho Ruest of friends hero. Mrs. K. II. Young, of Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. G. B. Cooper. Miss Lena Palmer spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives In Garrard. JAWE8 Dyeiiousk, of tho Gilberts 111 e, i i Creek section, is very monia. Mr. R. H. Wilkinson Is spending a few days In Casey and putting in the time flshlnR. Lloyd 1'emun has returned from Anderson. Ind., and Is again with J. L. Ilcazlcy & Co. Mil Joe B. Williams, of tho West End, has been very ill with pneumonia but is Improving. Mrs. Mary Adams and Miss Frances Adams visited her sister, Mrs. R. W. Kccnon, at Harrodsburtr. Preach-crsvill- o Mrs. Thomas Owens, of the section, had tho misfortune to fall and break her left arm. Mrs. Jonas McKenzie, of Mt. Vernon, was with her sister, Mrs. James I. ... vui. .inrino th last hours of her III- 1.IIHV, ..-- with pneu- i ncss. Mil and Mrs. T. J. Hoiunson, of Hustonvillc, wero here yesterday returning from a visit to his brothers at l.ancaster. Miss Veuna Sink has returned to her homo at Louisville after a several weeks' visit to her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carman Mrs. S. J. Bell and little son Addison Taylor Bell, loft Saturday to visit her sister, who is quite sick at her home at Holt, this State. Littlk Miss Mary Walton's young friends aro glad to see her out again after an Illness with tho whooping Herald. ton Ophelia Lackly. of Crab OrMiss chard, was on Friday's train returning from a delightful visit to her brothers at St. Louis and Litchfield, 111. cough.-Lexing- ! ' i. t . g aaS Salesmen Wanted. To look after Waco Waters by a train at Ludlow. A o John Yocum, was killed by o our interests in Lincoln and adjacent a 7? c counties. Salary or commission. Ad- the cars near Danville. a o; Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, dress Tho Harvey McRoiierts Killed. There OiiHATUIlttAY.MAUllll ST, lli. nt 130 e p. m., -oP Ohio. was sadness in town and county Satur- o'clock liirnlinre,hid oiler liriiclild nnd kitchen bugsy, I o , ciirrinKtMi. koimJ Spring Greeting. On Saturday, tho day night when tho news was phoned chine, l'ropertyof net.M.i imo .ev.li,; maI.lppa, Utcen.cd, li. that little Harvey Muir McRoberts, tho 111 IlirUonulle. Olijrct ol .ale U to tcttle lip 27th, wo will have our opening of o son of Mr. t'.latv. Tirini made known on tiny of nle. 3 2. and Domestic Pattern hats, to bright little II. A.I.I I'l'rt, Atluir. 3 ' 5 Bella and Mrs. II. J. McRoberts, had been which wo invito tho public. Miss passing fatally hurt by u loaded wagon NOTICE! Editor John II. Thomas, of the Arnold, Lancaster, Ky. over him at tho homo of Hon. W. II. Satur-da- y Casey County News, was here WagJust received a car of Webber PILE OF STYLE MAKE aro All Mho are Indebted toiiKtl uleilse call Shanks, where tho McRoberts returning from a visit to his son, ons, ulso wo have on hand HoosicrCorn W'u iiImi ulkli to spending the winter. A few moments nnd .eltlfl mime nt once. patrona Barbourvillo. that after who is at school at Drills, Disc Harrows and other farming before tho horrlblo accident, little Har- ndvlkoour Irteuda and April I1U0 will do ii buallieka. It ua to aell cheaper nnu h find It a bet Mk. Hays Foster left Friday for implements. Sue us before placing vey had called to Tip Crutchfield, who ter plan (or the purclinter ua well Ha the Way, Miss., to spend a while with tho your order. Colfoy &. Bishop, More-lanwe thana. was driving the wagon, that ho and his niercniini. for the ear our patrons ior their Mrs. patronage endlni; April lit nud j family of Mr. J. H. McAlister. sister, Annie D. McRoberts, would be nope to iR'nllowid thu privilege of aervlHK daugh(erina alioe Haled T. J. Foster, who is visiting her him tho following day. them according to the for the net year. WE congratulate tho trustees of the down to see ter there, will return with him. Jfcy, l.UTKS l!ltOS.,TurntTvllle, Ky. "All right," answered Crutchfield, and Miss Jennie Wilciier accompanied Stanford Graded and High School on sealmost in the twinkling of an cyo ho her sister, Mrs. Charles Lutes, to Cana- curing tho services of Prof. J. W. Ire- heard Harvey scream. Crutchfield rushOrganict, S82. Capital Stock, 50,000. STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. da and will spend a year or more with land as superintendent for another year. ed to tho child nnd grasping him in his Surplus and 7tndividd Profits, S9, OOO. Thla tine black Middle ktiilllon wna aired hero Wo only wish tho engagement had been her. Miss Wllcher's many friends by the ureal aaddH breeding atulllon. Old arms took him to the houso where his Htonuvwill. This loll'adam ni n IMnmark for life. gave her up with sint'ero regret. 500. grandmother, Mrs. Annio D. VnnAra-dal- mare. Hula n nice colt. He tiaa colts to Jifas paid in 'Dividends since Organization, bo given at the prove IN to wood bretdlliK. In a Song Recital to and sister were. Tho parents wero inatiru hi. wennlmr time.Wlllatainl nt lien The great combination aalo of jacks, W'u hold n eveunul Snvito 9au jiceounts on Our 7erits Odean, Cincinnati, on Thursday marcs stallions, mares, geldings and ponies in town at tho timo and wero phoned on all coll. until paid (or. lluriin u nave mane to ainuu ny meimprcunaior. ning, 25th. by tho pupils of tho Collego begins Wed for but when they reached homo tho perfect aucccka In thla binding. at Hustonvillo wary of Music of Cincinnati, miss nesday, and continues until Friday. sweet little spirit had flown and there was ILLY MECKINRIDGE. OFFICERS. of this city, will sing "Most Nearly 200 animals aro to bo disposed DIRECTORS. another angel in tho realms above. Har This fine black Jack was aired by Major Bo." Wondrous It Must F. Reid, many of vey was a general favorito and remark John 1). Hurrla' Imported Jack. Ho Hill S. Ilocker, President;, J. H. Uaughman, of and in tho lot there aro make the aeiikon ol 1MW at my burn nt pi to M. D. Elmore, Miss Nell Wright, who Is attend- Kentucky's best. J. M. Peltus, able in many ways. Ho know nearly ln.ureu colt until wen n In if time.. 111. y,el S, T, Harris, ot lUNIauowou my to .how (or H. C. Uaughman, J. F, Cummins, ing school at Stanford, spent Thursday everybody in town and never forgot on good bnedlnc He lafurm (otil (letter. bla n Hire John . McRoberts, Cashier; Mrs. R. L. Berry, of near Huston incident, It mattered not how immateS, T. Harris, her homo here. Walter Warren and no. C. Robinson,' at A. T.TItAYMHt A HONH. Pleasant Hill II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W. U. O'Uannon . S. Hocker, Henry Phillips, of Stanford, wero hero vllle. tells us that from 111) hens sho rial It was, and whilo not precocious, llreedlng Kurm, HlunlorU, K. K. II. Mo. 4. W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, Saturday contracting for building ma- secured last year 1,129 dozen eggs; out his ways wero greatly in advance of his C. E. Tale. of this number sho sold SCO dozen for tender years. It is sad indeed that the terial from C. II. Bartlc-Llbe- rty S1B1 92. This vear Mrs. Berry has 150 News. flno little fellow should havo met such Henton of ltoii. hens and has already sold $55 worth of a tragic end. Tho parents, grandmothHint of Cahln ('. JilW',, Al Ilurna, S eggs. Tho hens aro of tho puro Single LOCALS. er and sister aro almost crushed by nnd alx other, with trial. lromx:Jd to 2:1k, Comb Brown Leghorn strain. their great loss and in this, their dark tho.uuru the. only one. that were ever handled lorapucd. AIo the lruo(oe dumwlih New Clocks and Watches at Muel-ler'OF HIGH CLASS- ,, A LARGE number of our peoplo ac- hour unbounded sympathy is felt for one In tliu;:ajii.ot Hired bytlnmbvtlaWII-kcajiivsu In the isu Hat, Id In the aire r 7 i Mrs. James them. liny Ho Who tempera tho wind S:I0 nnil better, claimed to be the grcale.t companied the remains of Ire In thu world. Ut dam lnil.y Kleld See tho new styles in men's Oxfords. I. White to Mt. Vernon Friday and at- to tho shorn lamb givo them strength turnnd dam of fl with rccout. oMrom J:17 to Cummins & Wtaren. tended tho burial of tho good wife and to withstand tho fearful blow that has !:hi4i by llnlleld ;ni, .ono! Hitmbletonluii Id. dam by Hue ley'. Aiuerlcuii Htur. Knlleld Briof ser- been dealt and cause them soon to real- X:2V biiadln K:.'1, hl.dnuuhtera bnu Ou In mother. Follow tho crowd and go to tho kind and indulgent the homo on Logan ize that their loss is Harvey's eternal :.J. or lietter. Oiddam ((ulckalep by Ken- vices wero held at jr , aire oij.ii. 3iu;., i.ctii. men) moving plcturo show. onade, J.n1. and dam. In To be Held at Avenue by Rov. J. Murray Taylor and gain. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning 3rd dam by "Id Joe Ireof 15 lie Hi. i Jut)J.ll.t oft dam of tj. CUT Glass. China and Solid Silver wero concluded at tho Baptist church Rev. J. L. Yandelloircred a prayer at uuiiou curricK uie ukmui hi lour leiming tho home, un appropriate hymn was falullli'.. lluiiiblctonliin.Wllkc..Muhibrliio llatwaro at W. II. Mueller's. at Mt. Vernon. sung, after which the remains were laid (.'hlelitiulHeeley'a Amiiicall Htur. tinnoiracoiia nau'gono nguliiil mill ile-- -f Shunq Opening. Thursday, March "Mrs. Wioos, op the Cauuage uway in Buffalo cemetery. There was ea ted tbt) In lmriicaa clac and roadhats, ater rlng.,tliey are In great demand, aelllng 25, of tailored and scarcely a dry eyo ut tho funeral and ualilgli na Patch," to bo arranged by Miss tuu after maturity, juirllntia and' newest Ideas. You aro Novelties Jones under the auspices of tho every heart In tho vast throng went fromll.Vi totjr.i. (laltou will .tand at my Entries Close March lOttv. Invited. Misses Straub. at Walton's out to tho bereaved family. Beautiful .table J inlleN Weatof llu.toiivllle on llrml. Write for Entry UlunKs. U. D. C, will bo given loru.vinu pikuat iatoin.uru living colt Is full of hu- (lowers brought by sympathetic and lov- Money due l( mare It traded after leliig brtil. Woodmen of Moreland Opera House April 2. It THE Modern rienty of gra.a ul l.'.W per month, auved (or iuarei.no other Hook ml nedwllli laugh from start to finish. ing friends hid tho little mound that Tent will glvo an oyster supper at mor and a mure., huve and homo talent of Stan- marks thu resting place of him who was mare, toloul.tra. lota leil utlargo .tubleafor Sale (iruln co.t. Woodman's Hall, Moreland, on Satur-da- y Some of the best ruona ui rcicjcuce, n uaioiivllle Kicbauge. 27. Good music will ford has been secured and a raro treat loaned to his parents for so brief a night, March W.M. IMIDI), HUSTONVILLC, KENTUCKY. ' will be afforded all who come. lluiton villa, Ky. be furnished. 03 son-in-la- which begins at Hustonvillo last year and havo done so promptly or Journal about the courts of the county which makes very interesting Wednesday, nnd continues until Friday. nnd in full. reading. Mr. Bright is past the allot. usa Ladies. Don't forget you ore invitTusco Waters Killed. Tusco Wat- ted age of man, but is still active in ed to sea my Spring display of hats on ers, son of Mrs. Sarah Waters, of mind and body and we are glad that he Thursday, March 25. Come. Miss El- Kingsville, was killed at Delta, La., by is contributing of his store of knowl George S. l.ong. A shot gun was used edge for the benefit of this generation la May Saunders and a portion of his face was blown off. before he goes hence. Frankfort JourFor Sale. Pure S. C. Brown Leg- It is not known what caused tho trou- nal. horn eggs. Improved laying strain. ble. Tho body was brought to KingsMrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonvillo, Ky. ville and interred. Waters was an en- W. H. LAIR, Hustonvillc, Ky., Phone 83-- rings. gineer on the VIcksburg, Shroveport & Hnsnddcdn nice lint- - of UKOOKHIKH Your attention is called to the dis- Pacific Railroad. He visited his moth- Ills MEAT MAIiKKTnndnsk.a ixirtlon to of of tho Charles er last Summer and was here during otiruitrotint;c.hla "Kresli Goods nt tbo play advertisement Price.;" la motto. Wheeler Emnorium. Hustonvillo. Read tho fair. This office received nt letter and remittance from him Tuesday last, It. It will be timo well spent. I in which he nsked that he bo rememMillinery Opening. On Thursday, bered to his friends in Lincoln county. A farm on I nil Inn I'rcck, IK iicrca, 1 inlleafrom Hni.liil school, nt MlddleburK; March 25th, I will have my millinery Mr. Waters was 38 and unmarried. Ho m acres In cultivation, re.l In timber; iiod outbuild-Ugopening. All the ladles are cordially in- is tho third and last son of Mrs. Wat- - dwelling, bnrnncU ml Kxccllcut tolmcco corn nnil iimaa vited to come. Miss Ella May Saun era to meet a tragic death. Tecumseh Iuih1;kkh1 orchard; farm well watered. Call V. M. I'KKKINH, ders. Waters was killed by Thomas Leo and on onuldreis 3 Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. ing March 25, 20, 27. Address Box 100, Stanford, Ky. of genuino Just received a For Sale. A lot of roller skates. "The Free" sewing machine; none Pluto Cannel Coal. Best In tho world Apply at this office. better For sale at W. II. Mueller's. for cooking and nil right for tho grate. New selection of fobs, chains, pins, Plymouth Rock eggs, 75c Only lCc per bushel. McKInney Coal Barred etc., at Mueller's. per setting of 1C; Hawkins strain. Mrs. & Feed Co. work S. K. Duddcrar, Stanford. Try a pair of that A TENANT houso on S. M. Owens' shoo at $2. Cummins & Wcarcn. Eggs for sale from Red hens, Wild farm near McKInney burned Sunday Mallard ducks nndToulonsc geese. Mrs. night and Bill Huston and family, col See our roofing for tobacco barns ored, who were occupying it, barely got W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. K. Warner, the tinner. the best. W. out in time. moving Ir is now timo for your Spring sew. Go to tho tno smB"picture show. Lots A DIG crowd attended Dr. J. B. ta Pnco of Logan oI how or Ing, Call on Mrs. J. II. Colyer, sale in tho West End Saturday hion. inanRO 01 program munuay, Beck's Avenue, and satisfactory prices were realized Wednesday and Friday nights. throughout. A good dinner was spread power portFor Sale. A After this issuo a good many names and greatly enjoyed. able engine and boiler. J. R. Powell, will be taken off of our subscription Stanford. list. People who pay no attention to J. F. Holtzclaw, of the Preachcrs-vill- e section, bought last week of For Sale. Imperial Pekln duck polito requests for remittances needn't Thomas B. Robinson his farm eggs, 11 for $1. Mrs. James N. Cash, expect to get tho Interior Journal. near Lancaster for $14,850. Mr. Holtzphono -. .i iPaid. James M. Reynolds has re- claw will sell his old farm at public aucThe ladies are invited to attend our ceived from tho supremo record kep-c- r tion about April 15. millinery opening Thursday, March 25. of tho Knights of the Maccabees u Mr. John Bright, Sr., whose memMisses VanDevecr. draft for $950, the amount of insurance held by tho lato Roland D. Padgutt ory runneth beyond that of many men The beautiful Cash home on Danville in that good order. Mr. Reynolds is of the day and who is familiar with the Avenue will bo sold at public auction nt guardian for Mr. Padgett's children. history of Lincoln county from its ear2 o'clock this, Tuesday afternoon. The Maccabees havo paid quite a largo liest formation, is contributing some great horso sale number of policies in this county in the ancient history to the Stanford Interiforget tho 147-acr- o W-2- J. nm Miss Ella May Saunders has Issued pretty invitations to her millinery open SKIRTS. A full lino of new Spring Skirts of the very newest models and ol the newest shades and weaves. Fashion's latest decrees are hero expressed without limit. Skirts beautifully trimmed ill buttons, Lifletn band? nnd satin folds, handsomely tailored in all tho latest styles nnd colors. Inspect this line and we know wo will sell you, ior wo unhesitatingly guarantee the qunlity of goods, fit, price and tyle. Anybody will tell you that tho "Queen" is the best skirt handled in the U. S. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 3 s- Don't o - 1 s c- - r juj cr; e c a 3 3 s- e. c c g f 5 s s" m n H o B "IB - 2 : S s. L 5 E" 03 a a X tr; FOR SALE Je Hl a n c 6 sr P s. c . o e M Hid lc tm ru, Ky, -- PUBLIC SALE! 1 W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard y Jirst Tfational Stanford, SBanJcj e, S2, ... t: GALTON J29J0. :,', Combination tSale s. Business Horses, Stallions and Jacks, ready-to-we- Hur-riet- ta l'l Hustonville,Ky.,March 24, 25 & 26. 1 The Hustonville Combination tljit Company l&AiU. fi . .SJtt1. yiMij iJk , WJWrr !"" Tsm I" s -- w -- ' 'WW'lWIlfV " w V The Interior Journal. "jW-ttcond-elat t in Ihe Potl-Offi- al Stanford a matter. L. N. TIME THBLE No. ll.Hontli, a.m. No.T7, No.?, tiior. M. No.ri.Houth, ll:nl No.ll, North,lfi A. K. No. S. North, S:x7 P. X HiMr. A . M. r Every person in this city who is iul fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand' ruff or any form of skin or scalp diV ease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi external use. All" durggists sell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. The Truth A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Don't drug the Stomach, or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is Taylor House sold to 0. 0. Fox a wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that arc (fray maro mulo for $195. crying out for help. Vitalize theso At R. A. Dodd'a baIo at Wllmoro 125 weak Insldo controlling nerves with horses sold at $125 to $380. Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and seo how At Dunlap's salo near Versailles a quickly good health will come to you number of mules sold at $200 or over. again. Test ll and seo Sold by PenFor Sale. COO bales of good No. 1 ny's Drugstore. wheat straw. Robert Leigh, Shelby When the steamer Hamburg drops City, Ky. Pure Boone county white iced corn her mooring lines from tho Hobokcn, tho at $1 25 per bushel. V. E. Moss, Lan- N. J., pier East African expedition, planned nnd caster, Ky. P. J. Catlin has sold his farm of SS led by Theodoro Roosevelt, will hnve acres, on tho Perryvllle pike, to W. P. begun. The former president was in highsplrita yesterday In anticipation of Foster at $75. Advocate. Mayor Ousse, of Chicago, was in Lex- his departure. ington buying jacks for his breeding Foley 'sllonoy and Tar cures coughs, farm near the Windy City. quickly, strengthens tho lungs and exG. A. Swinebroad sold to John An pels cold n Get tho gonulno In a yelderson nt Lancaster yesterday a pair of low packago Now Stanford Drug Co d mules for $250. W. D. Greene has purchased in MontPARKER'S gomery county 1,700 hogs for April deHAIR BALSAM Ut. ht!& livery, paying from 5 to 6 cents. CImum .Ad Uwitlrto tni.rt.nt frowth. (iny Fort Sale. A number of big, nice 2ffTrr Falls to ntor Color. II. ir to Its Youthful Cum nH nM it k.lr ItlUci. marc mules, good workers, four to six li.t nnisrW. years old. S. M. Owens, McKinney, FARMER'S DSPARTMKWT. 1 d three-year-ol- V""ssssssssssst5''B''wSrHBssVtJ tHssff' Wr usKiV. V sUsMsTssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssSskssU w .! This Planter has been on the market for years and there is no experiment as to whether it will work or not. Can furnish the Disc or Runner, Edge or Flat Drop. Ky. Office over Mcliobcrta' Drug Store in The nursery men and fruit growers EGGS FOR SALE.! arc unanimous in the opinion that this the Owsley Buildinp. Thoroughbred H. ( will bo a banner fruit year in Central from selected stock, llrown Leghorn eggs, Kentucky. nt'HHKMi IlltOWN, Htnnford, Ky. Tobacca and Tobacco Tho first day of the Harrodsburg Fair will be devoted to FRUIT ft ORNAMENTAL TREES. children something on the order of the Nothing But Juvenile Fair held last summer. Kverrthlng for Orchard, Lnwn nnd GarThe advertisement of D. S. Carpenter's great stallion, Dignity Dare, ap- den. Write for cntnloguo. D. ii. k. hii,i.knmi:ykh A HON. Lexington, Ky. pears this issue. Head It and think of The Insurance Win, the magnificent animal when you are STANFORD, KY. deciding what horse you will breed to. Iteildence l'hone M; Olllce, K. Wheat in Kentucky is showing unusually poor condition at this time of Hate your measuro tnkon by a tailor ot exInsure tvith me and be fully tho year, according to the first crop re- perience. Then your clothes, hethent lot protected. price business suit or the finest evening ports which are beginning to come in- clothes, will lime that IndUldunllty and fit which plainly to the Department of Agriculture from your measure. Indicate they Here made to I ntllalto take your meastho reporters in each of the 119 coun- ure for extra trousers, fancy ets, tops overcoats. Fall and Winter coats nnd ties. on hand ready for) our Inspection. n rinnrt.nme. Inrco snune Jersey Bull. de I have for sale n good driving horse II. O.KUI'LKY. Tho Tailor, scended from a long nnd unbroken llnu of cows on the Htnnford, Ky, the most noted bulls nnd of Jersey England nnd Amerlcn. Ills 15J hands, and fat, sound and gentle Is one of the best hulls eser Imported for lady to drive, 1 good milk cow, 1 sire Riven (15 nnd tils diun Is n show cow Hint tins you beCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! sow and 5 shoats. If you want somepounds of rleb milk In ono day. If lieve "Like begets I.Ike or tlio Likeness of thing that will suit yon, call on me at - goon tome Ancestor" ana unse n siricuj- sercow. you should nvnll )ourseIf of his I can furnish the public ulth the best, as once at my store at Turnersvllle, Ky. well as the freshest ot cut Doners, plants of vice. He will lie allowed to servo n limited number of noorosed. registered cows out Keene Lutes. nil kinds, bulbs, potted Doners, on short side ot our own herd this yenr, torn foe of AIo Lancaster Court. There were be- notice. funeral iiinko specialty of wreath semllng SJench. Make engagement for for puriose. cow to no nreu. In connection with thenlwte, I nave nil tween 150 and 200 cattle on the Lancasucin Auiir.u, Htnnford. Ky, Teleohone xn. kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable N. H. We have to offer throe extra choice ter market yesterday but only about PrtCM'clIltIHTMANIHKKNHOUMKH, null calves thntw III be sold nt ngni prices, half of them sold. Somo yearlings Kit lUllllAHll. I'HOK. Stanford, Ky. brought 3 to 4e and butcher stulT 2 to 3c. Mules were in demand at $125 to You can find our Htnndanl Itemedy, the $1S0, but horses were slow at $100 to . freatestbiooiiiinu liver nieuiciuejei Known $150. An average crowd was present. Kid Halt I will, hours oft o clock A. ney Trouble nnd nil diseases arising from March court day brought a fair crowd M. and I betwten r.the., on o'clock It hns no count. It I manu lfimiira blsnd Monday, but not much stock on MONDAY, MAIIC'I! factured under the pure food net of June an. to town llw, nnu giuirniueeu iy uie manuinciurer n e In theltemedy Is taken according to directions the market except mules and horses In front of the public outcrydoor the Htnnhighford, nnd If he or she is not benefits d by the use and very little business of any kind was est Ky., sell nt for cash In to hand lliu lolmoney. nnd best bidder of the ltenixtyewlll refund jour Auctioneer James Cham loping property or so much ns will ty tax, Ve can do nothing more. Knch pneknge transacted. and -- nnlty. The amount Includes & contnlns SH doses wlthn registered Ktiaran- sold three horse costcent, penalty nnd cost of adertlslng; per teennd niHlllngciird with full Instructions. bers We ond It to uny address by mnll on re- mules at $140; two maro Uarptnter, Jennie and DoWe HOT- lit ) ceipt of per paikage or six packages for mules, $325; UK. Hutiiir. horse mule im n inwu m (Inidttl Hchool. iieuerorucr nsne a big doctor's bill, Treasurer Htnnford time you might mare mulo at $210; ltememberlfsoutiike the Itemed? accord- $135; ing to Instructions nnd lire not benefited, two horse mules at $300; ! you get our dollar back. You will not two maro mules at $350; And the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only by ounliily authorised agents mule at $162.50; four fresh iieuhk: ss ,LIAMH, Agent. cows for $250. G. W. Lyne, auctionsafeThe eer, sold three horses at 1108, $125 and guard safest, surest andamost adequate XI '' for the future Is policy In vur u-.- .. (M,;,,,n $130 respectively; cows at $27 and $35; u Mutual Benefit Life TSfleriir1 two sows and 12 pigs for $19; sow and 4JJ ITC Insurance Co. six pigs for 15 and sow and four pigs Hfdss anil at $12 Jessamine Journal. It Is conspicuous for economical nmnam--inent- , Woo! liberality of its policy contracts, fair Fet&ers, Tallow, Dtetwu, Clnsca dealing with lis members nnd large returns Tho Lurid Glow Of Doom Ct!JnSeUYcnowRoo4), Mar Apple. to policy holders. The company Is Just entering the was seen in the red face, Lands and Wild Closer, etc We arc dealers ; body Ot tlioillt'd fOu of II. M. Auhius, SIXTY FOURTH YEAR Loutjvul; and cu Jo better (or yoq than of Henrietta, Pa His awful plight from of a successful business career with more cooimlwsn merchaoti. Rtfereace, nollcr holders In Lincoln county thnn ajco'j or eczema had, forlio years, delied ull ill other companies combined. Write for mj tXuUia LouuviI!e. Wr.u for wecld particulars, slating ngeiinu tsiieiner marpax tut dJ Uipa'oa Usu remedies and baflled tho best doctors, ried or single to It. St. NKWLANII. Hpectnl Agt. who said the poisoned blood had af M.SnbcI&Sonst .Myers House Klnts, Htmifortl, LOUISVILLE, KY. 229 E Market St. fected lilrt lull its and nothing could James I, White, Hollcltor for Itovkcastle Co. him, E. T. PENCE. STANFORD, KY. fill fst a ..(.i...t Is nit iiiim tllltlvi.tMiij tin !.. f IUsllr iitao sn.1 ltl He ml for list of improveil forms, AtMrett, .A kisum If You Want To Crow Corn, n.. JK.WKHT,AU(fUiU. Km. larns. Insurance FOR SALE I saw Jesse Wearen, mill for sale. Will sell either or both. On .i. KNHiuy.Ottcnhclm.Ky. I'ostoDlce, Waynesburg, Ky. toiler and engine and M ' sssTafaTaTJ When Ordering Clothes DEITS COLLECTED. We collect notes, claims nnd accounts In any part of the United Htates, No charges unless collected. Collections promptly remitted. Try us. IM) Adorina's Fox I"H COLLECTION' AflKNCY, Home rspl, Ky. snm-pie- The T Joseph Price Sanatorium, North Lancaster Htreet, tnnford, Kontucky. Vef TeAnlmnnl ' fll..sas..i ..f sl. I... Vf.... sssis-is i iur OrThroat. Kar. Hrctal.ii? gnus, ous isysiem nnu nurgers. (lentto-t'rlnnr- rr, i t MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodga No. oO. K..t A. St. still meet In stated communication mi each nrst nnd of each month, nt 7U o'clock In their hull on Slain street, Htnnford. Ky, Slemhers of sister lodces are frn- - thiol .Monday nights At McKinney, Ky., Hlit-mn- NOTICE! court-hous- !, H. four-year-o- three-year-ol- d 1 !- j. seven-year-ol- d presently It not only keeps ibeui healthy i but makes lay. I'rlce &i cents, no cure, no pa , guarantee) bv your druggist, lien, U l'enny, try It under the guarnntrf. sk for booklet on dlstaset of jtoultry. thi-ii- SI'KING IS 1 1 1' HH nnd men, women nnd childnn nro tirctl of wwirinj,' their old WintiT Shoes. Our stylos tin wo think, nro tho tirctticait ternalls lnltel to tie present, ll. U IVnny, and most styliflt of nuy sIkxm that nro made. In gun melnU, intent leather', ss . .!., i, Ikix cnlveH, velours tttiil vicis they nro unexcelled. When it comca to O. K. hlooil hoes nud Oxlonlt you l not go uny further. Como nnd cclect ! .Notice Poultry Raisers until your heart' content. Mverythitie; new. This hcnvm's gtoil. I'ricc arc tilcnsitij;. All the way from a JiOc lhy ehoo to it 81 t'roiwtt. Call Now Is the tlmeof year tnfietl sour fowl, nroiinil untl ceo our line Iwforc you Iniy elitcw hero. Will tako pleauro in a good tonic, cures Cholera, (lapes, Itotip, canker and I.lmtierno k, when fnl ns showing you our line. a ni-ct- SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. d four-year-o- four-year-o- Safeguard the Future The S. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv ld ir?nirk0 O r .cw Dopot Stroot, Phono 90, MILLINERY, The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville; Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SE- - i STANFORD. KENTUCKY. a scientific preparation fot external use. Stops Itching injtantl) dsstroys the f;etm that cause sitic diseases. Eczema CJlckly yields and Ii permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. Alt Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Ma M ZEMO, Eczema is Curable ed Penny's Drue Store. JsL.Beazley&Co., SaBLlbjBUfeBsfaiEsJBBWM save "But." writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric Hitters com! pletely cured him " For Eruptions, Suit Ilheum, Sores and Blood Kcema, Lincoln Circuit Court. Disorders and Uheumatlsm Hlectrlu Hitters is supreme, Only 60c. Guarto a Judgment of the Lincoln In anteed by Penny's Drug Store circuit court, rendered nt the Vot ember . 111 Commissioner's Sle Mahony & Rankin, As one of the incidents preliminary to his departure for his African hunting trip former President Roosevelt found himself a witness in the library of his home in Sagamore Hill in a suit at law, which was brought against a New York magazine by a photographer. and Embalrr en. Alto Dealers in Furniture, Mattingi.Rug. They wiU'exchange Furniturejfor UJKindii of Stock. Give ThimaCall. Prices Right Unde-taKer- a STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, k The eloverest Imitation of real Coffee ever jut made is Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee. It Is fine in flavor and is made In just one minute. No tedious 20 or 30 mlnutos boiling. Mado from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. The Republican members of tho Sen ate Committeo on Finance will, during tho week, continue their informal consideration of tho Houso tariff bill, in the hope of having tneir amendments well under way when the bill Is formally received from tho Houso. Editors, Creditors-W- ell Urm, lt"7. the uctlou of K. K. liobhltt against Jesse Ouest etc., the underslgucd Ooni'r wlllon MONDAY. A I'll! L laTII. JWJ. county court dav in front of the court house square, In Htanford, Ky., utTer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and bust bidder u lot of iibout:) square iwles of land, S! miles Ho vi tli of Crab Orchard, In I.lucoliiCo., Ky., adjoining the lands of V, V. Ilobbttt. Hlielby Owsley, Ann tiuest, nnd Lognu Uuest. The object of the sale l to satisfy t lie Judgment of tlef't J. K. Hotdnm for lu ultii Interest from Hept. SI, IVJI nnd the debt of nlalntlir Itohbltt for 113 with Interest from Keu.S, isuiand 1 SI costs besides tho iols of this action. TKIISIH. Tho snlu will be made on a credit of six months, liond with good security for the purchase price, bearing Interest from date, liming the force and cltVct of u Judgment, nnd also secured by lien, on the required of the purchaser, Inud will J, II. I'AXTUN, Muster t'om'r. INSURANCE, Fire, Life, Styles tin to tho minute. Prices lieyoml competition. Wo alio statu that our Spring Line is now complete. To kivo money, come ami mx nud Our Spring Line of Shoea for Ladiw, Miwn nud Children nnd' our lino of Gent's Shoes will certainly please. Ilaiiau and Walkover lines tiro hummer ami ure strictly reli.ihle. Yours for tin honest deal, CiiAm.i Wiii.i:li:ii. and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Accident Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs Hens lie. !' Klght of the Itudlug companies of the world represented. ComH.telii rates with nil the companies ot the world. unsurpiissed. Neer hud n law suit In tho history of this ugeiiny. I .ones promptly paid and without discount. No wnltlug'jildios for jour money, llefortt Insuring, call on Lincoln Bonds for Sale! MAHONY Vi RANIUN, Roosters 4 to 4 l - 2c. Chickens 9 to lOc? Ducks lOto 10 2c. The Iiistiiancc Men of Stanford. Per Cent. Semi-Annuall- y. Stop That Cold court-houso Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H. LB. NORTHCOTT, Stanford, Ky. THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO Geese 6 to 7c. ash wK&&&W do I know it Make up the Scholarly 1 Life of a poet. A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr. Sboop's Cough Ileiredy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Ualef IniFarness, Saddlery, STANFORD. OT KY- Undertaker Embalmerand f. faqn, lT, Hoiu;i'bon The democratic Representatives met in caucus last night to formulate a method of procedure in future caucuses and also to consider the course of those who bolted the recent caucus. Oil HATIHIDVY. AI'ltIL 10. IK"!', nt I o'clock I' SI.. In front of tho court house tloor lu Htanford, Lincoln county, Ky., the undersigned loiiiiulsslouersu 111 stdlnt public outcry to the highest bidders the bonds of said county to the amount of H3,im fur the purpose of erecting n new In said county. Huld bonds will lm Issued In threw series, to.wlti Herles "A" of tl(J,il and consisting of ajboudsof pi) tucli, due siul iuiable In 10 years from May i, lK'J, with the privilege of redeeming In T years. Herles "II" of II0.IU), consisting of bonds of ! ruch, due and iwtable III 13 years from May l, luv, with the prltllegt) of redeeming In luymrs. Buries "Cof Sli,(W. consisting of SO bonds of 1500 each, due nnd patahle In ) years from Slay I, IKo, but with the privilege of redeeming In IS years. Hald bonds will be sold ou April lu, luitf, nt II'.M. and will lx Issued and bear Interest from 1st day of May, IIM, with Interest at per cent., payable O H. Cooper, J. H.Owsley, Jr.. mid W, 8. Mureh, Commissioners. To check rarl colds or Grippe wl th "Preventlcs" surs defrst for lneumoiil. To stop a cold with l'rsientlcs Is ssler than to let It run and U rs obllzed to cure It afterwards. To be sure, will cur eren a deeply seated cold, but taken early 1st ths sneete stags they break, or head off tnes early colds. That's surely Iwttsr. That's why tbey aro railed Prsrentlca. rrarenUrsara littls Itendy Cold Cures No Qnln-Inno physic, nothing sickening. Mca for ths children and thoroughly safe too. If you fesl chilly. If you snaras. If yon ach all orer. think of lTTeotlcs. Promptness mar also sa half your usual sickness. And don't forest your child. If there Is fererlthness, nlsMorday, Herein probably lie I'reTentlcs' cnatest efflcieocy. Sold In Co boxes for the pocket, also In 2fco boxes of 41 ITsTsnUc. Insist on your druggists Wing you j TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANGE TELEPHONE FIR RATES t Prcvcntics PENNY'S DflUQ STORE. APPLY Tl IMAL MANAKR EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CSMPANY .scoaior.sTto drV