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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): March 26, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909032601_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): March 26, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - 'iii)iw"'i m i jm mflt r m ';iiwp)iiii" t i ww tTT-- y "J'"i CttlSf't I'ilHyLjaTOIP The Interiof Journal. VOL. XXXVII. CRAB ORCHARD. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH KINGSVILLE. NEWS NOTES. Denton, counties, Threo Indiana Greene, and Montgomery, voted In favor of local option. Chattanooga has offered $100,000 for an eight-rounbout between Jnck Johnson and James J. Jeffries. The bonded warehouse of J. W. n distiller of Todd county, was burned nnd he claims that night riders applied the torch. The Prudential Savings Bank, a State institution, with a capital stock of $16,- has been 000, chartered nt Owonton, moved to Lexington. Gov. Hughes, of New York, refused executive clemency to Mrs. Mary Far mer, who is under sentenco of death for the murder of Mrs, Sarah Brennan The Pennsylvania Railroad announces that hereafter coffee nnd tea will be furnished frco to nil passengers on Pull man trains in which a diner is attached. The board of directors of tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company has been authorized to incrcaso tho bonded indebtedness of the corporation $SO,000.-00d Wcl-born, 0. 20. 1000. NO. SJ Call For Primary. Call for Democratic Primary in the 13th Judicial Distrlctmadcby the Democratic District Committee. 1. A primary election is hereby called, to beheld In the several voting precincts of Lincoln, Boyle, Garrard and Mercer counties, between G'A. M. and 4 r. M , on Saturday, May 15, 1909, for the pu()ose of nominating democratic candidates for the offices of circuit judge nnd Commonwealth's attorney in nnd for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, to be voted for at the regular November election, 1909. 2. All democrats who are legal voters shall be entitled to vote in said primary election, und ure requested to do so. 3. Any person who desires tto be a candiaate for the democratic nomination for circuit judge or Commonwealth's attorney shall not later; than April 30th, 1909, give notice of such intention, in writing, to G. L. Penny, chairman of the District Committee of the Thirteenth Judicial District, nnd, in nddition, candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall, nt the time of giving said notice, deposit with the aforesaid chairman the sum of $000, and candidates for the nomination for Commonwealth's attorney shall, at the time of giving said notice, deposit with the chairman $300. 4 Said District Committee shall meet at the office of the secretary In Dan ville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May 5, 1909, at 2 r. M and if, at the expira tion of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof, there be not more than one can didate for circuit judge or Common wealth's attorney who has complied with the conditions of Section 3, then the committee will declare to bo the nominee for the office sought, that per son who is the only candidate, and shall refund to such candidate the entrance fee paid by him, less his proportion of the costs already accrued from adver tising and preparing for the election. 5. The Kt!s shall be opened in cach and every precinct of all the counties in the district aforesaid, in the usual and regular voting places. C. Upon the closing of the polls, the officers shall proceed to count the bal lots and to make returns, and in so doing shall be governed by the provisions of the general election laws, nnd the returns shall be made to the chairmen of the respective counties in tho dis trict, who will deliver the the certificates, and any questioned ballots to this committee. 7. The officers of election shall be se lected from lists to be offered by the candidates, in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law, by Major Smith bought a buggy horse Sam Cochran li ick nt Cedar Creek. Good health, pretty weather and busy of Iiirt McKmley. Grace Mario Thompson Is quite sick. farmcra. Woundcratnnd that John, Sam nnd Mrs Dr. Acton has grip. Mrs. Nancy Sims, aged 70, died Sat Dudley Holmca are Rolnj; to hvo tho flno body o( timber known aa the "Jiur-rlcan- o urday night nnd was buried Monday in Woods," aawed info lumber. tho Sims cemetery. A North-bounfreight train wrecked This is the finest body of timber any hem last week, ditching two cars and where near here. Ono of tho most enjoyable occasions damaging others. No ono was hurt. Kingsville seems to be coming to tho of tho year wm tho St. Patrick cvo o clal Riven in honor of tha I'uchro Club, front. Thero arc three new dwellings by Missc I'earl and Clarn Collier ut almost completed and others being retheir pretty homo. Cards and other paired Owing to the inclement weather nnd to Kamea were indulged tho occasion, such aa klsslnR the War-ne- y oth i r causes there was not a very largo Slono and answering questions on crund at the oyster supper given by trrland'a hlstorv. Two prizes were of th K. O. T. M. here Saturday night. W. M. II ram burg, agricultural superfered, one to tho lady answering tho questions, which was won by Misa intendent of the C, N. O. & T. P. Ry., most Fannlo Itcdd, and Dr. Phillips won the will apeak at this placo on Thursday, gentleman's prize. Cach guest receiv- April 1. All those interested In farmed a souvenir card representing tho ing should hear him. Will Leach Is at home for a few Shamrock, tied with n bow of green ribbon and bearing tho namo of the days. He has been working as operaguest. After enjoying music and tho tor in Tennessee. Miss Laura Dye is visiting the homcfolks hero. Miss To-ngames, the guests rehired to tho Fletcher, of Somerset, is giving dining room nnd sat down to a things lit for tho gods. music lessons to a number of Kings-villo- 's feast of good most talented boys and girls. Tho color schemo was carried out tn A large crowd attended tho burial of pink nnd green, ths latter color predominating. Fancy cakes, Iced to repre- Tusco Waters Sunday. Waters was sent tho Shamrock In green, nil tho formerly of this placo but has been for luclous fruits to be had in Louisville, the lost 15 years a locomotive engineer Iouls-ian- a Including pears, Malaga grapca and In the South. He was killed in by a man named Long, who claims strawberries, composed n part of tho Those who were fortunate he acted in self defense. Long was acmenu. enough to be present are loud in their quitted at his examining trial. Among those who attended his burial were praises of the pleasant occasion. Holls May, of Somerset, Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Reynolds and W. L. McCarty, A "Pomc"on "Uncle" Dink." You know Dink Farmer he used to farm of Stanford. Out on tho Knob's highway, To The Voters of The 13th Judicial He got tired of planting corn District. raising oats and hay. And Harrodsiiuhg, March 21. For some old, And now says he, I'm getting reasons I would ask the nomination of My step is slow and frail, my party for circuit judge, nnd yet for change for a while I'll make a stronger ones I feci I should refrain Uy keeping the Stanford jail. from seeking it, and retire to private Hurrah ' says he, I've won nt last, life nt this time. Those who nre near Tho race I've run so long, est to me arc insistent, nnd I have conI'll hasten home to tell dear wife cluded, after careful consideration, not And tho rest of my happy throng. to offer. I shall take my place, as formerly, in the party ranks, with the That wo can go and live in town hope that I may bo of somo service And hear tho town clock strike. thero. I ahull never cease to labor for And If wo want to take n spin what 1 believe to bo the cause of the Wo'll have the smooth turnpike. people nnd the best interests of my 1 am n farmer by name nnd trade, party. I can not express the deep apHave raked tho sweat from my brow, preciation I entertain for the exalted people at heart 1'lbalways thank tho honor you have bestowed upon me, and For the osillon I occupy now. I shall cherish with lasting devotion the And now to my oponcnta who got lost happy friendships I have formed thro'-oIn the dust from my running feet. W. C. Bell. the district. Drop in and 1 will welcome you Near Death In Big- Pond. For there's no disgrace in defeat. It was a thrilling experience to Mrs F. L. Davis. Ida Sopor to fuce death. "Forjears a Stato- - severe lung trouble gate me Intense A Roliglous Author's d ie ut ' The United States National Bank of Owcnsboro, with a capital stock of $300,000, will be tho name of a new bank to be launched in the next few days. A prairio flro which for a time threatened to sweep across Gary, Ind., has been fought back and conquered by hundreds of residents of the steel town who turned out to protect their homes. Sullivan Short, aged 1C years, after a trial ut liurkcsville on the charge of killing his cousin, Miss Ollie Dodson, aged 13 years, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and given one year in prUon and a $250 fine. Gov. Willson denied the story that Prof. J. K. Patterson, president of the State University, had resigned. While Prof. Patterson came to Frankfort to consult Gov. Willson there was nothing mentioned about his resignation. The building of tho Chamber of Dep uties in Mexico City was burned to the ground. There were no fatalities nr.d the origin of the fire is not known. The loss is placed at $150,000. Archives and records of 25 years were destroyed. At Lebanon, Mo., Rev. M. I). John son shot and killed Rev. Solomon O'- Dell, following a quarrel. Rev. John son is pastor of the Free Will Baptist church, and the man killed was pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Johnson surrendered. You cam go wrong if In Style.lin Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, youjwear one of our i i Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. They are reliable in all the things a well dress-e- d man looks for. The latest in fabrics, colorings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. .! !l ;i 51 Cummins & Wearen, stub-book- s, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. James Farris is d under arrest at mont. Kev. Joseph H. 1'ei.pcrson, Salisbury, N C, who la tho author of mjv-irriles: "For several booki,, jearu I wan aflllcted with kidnoy trouble sad laat wlsler 1 was suddenly LtriVrn with a kevere nalii In my kid neys aud was confined to bed eight days unablo to get up witiioui tance. 1 commenced taking Foley's ltmnmlv. nnd the naln gradual 'abated nnd finally conned. I cheerly " fully rtcomincnd Foley's Kidney New Stanford Drug Co. al Item-cdy.- aulTerlng," she writes, 'and several limes nearly caused my death. All remedies failed and doctors said 1 irus incurable Then Dr. King's New Discovery brought quick relief and u cure so permanent Unit l have not In en troubled In twelvo years " Mrs. Sojiet' llcs in Dig Pond, Pa. tworks wonders in Coughs nml Colds, Sore Lungs, Uemorrhuge, La Grippe, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough and all Uronuhtal affections. 60c und el. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed bj Penn 's Drug Store. n - 4 Establishing a new ruling, that will girl whose father was on undertaker was sent to a fashionable probably be contested by labor unions United States in the Supreme New York boarding school for a finish- in the United States, Judge A. ing term. One day one of the girls court of the business her father was M. 2. Cochrun at Covington issued un asked her what injunction against members of the Mine in, and, fearing she would loso caste if Workers' International Union, forbid she told the truth, she carelessly my father's a Southern ding them to use money in seeking to "Oh, prevent or persuade employes of a mine rlanter."-Lippinco- ttV in which a strike has been declared by tho union, from working for tho own Slayer. Kills Would-B- o era of tho mine. Tho injunction Is one murderer Is Appendi- of tho phases of tho labor troubles in A merciless citis with many victims. Hut Dr. Stearns, where trouble occurred on King' New Life PllUklll it by promo- Christmas day. tion. They gently stimulate stomach, clog-gln- g Willie Whttla has identified tho man ller and bowls, proemlng that Invites appendloltts, curing and woman under arrest at Cleveland that Conciliation, Illllousness, Chills, Ma- as the persona who kidnaped him. laria, HoadacliB and Indigestion. 25c There is considerablo mystery sur rounding the case. It is alleged that nt Penny's Dtug Store tho woman is well known to the family. An effort wilfbo put forth by tho Kentucky to havo llookcr Horn within 10 miles of tho place she Negroes of T. Washington, tho noted educator, vis- died, having left thero only three times it the State and make a study of tho during her career and never having loft Negroes, with referenco to Increasing the county, U the record of Mrs. Mary tho spirit of industry and thrift among Pitts, who died at McKinnvillc, Fla., uged 103. the ruce. Proventies hoio Candy Cold Cure A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoop's Tabletswill safely und quickly check Cough llcmcdy. No oplum.no chloro- all colds and tho Grip, Try them Sold by Penny a form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold once and see Drug Store, by Penny's Drug Store. A Kentucky SI -1 llrownsvillo, this State, charged with killing his 12 year-olson, whom he is alleged to have beaten to death for some slight disobedience. The family reported pneumonia, but tho grand jury, after un investigation, returned an indictment. The grand jury at Pittsburg returned another batch of indictments in the municipal graft cases. The men indicted are. Dallas C. Dyers, manufacturer; F. A. Grill'tn, cashier Columbia National Bank; Councilman John F. Klein, Councilman W. II Weber, Councilman Charles Stewart and II. L. Bot-ge- r, hotel proprietor. Gov. Willson has received letters from Govs. Hughes, of New York, and Noel, of Mississippi, accepting the invitation tendered by Gov. Willson und Gov. Swanson, of Virgiana, to become members of the executive Committee of the Governors' Conference, which body will bo vested with tho power to name the time and place for holding this year's session of the Governors of the United. States annual conference. Willie Whitla was returned to his father nt tho Hollenden Hotel, Cleve land, nfter his father had paid the $10, 000 ransom to a woman in a confection ery inthu cast endof Cleveland. The lad was put on a street car by ono of his captors, who paid his fare, and walked into the hotel lobby asking for his fath er The youngster said ho was wel' treated und seemed to havo no realization of tho dreadful predicament in which ho had been. Ho described as well as ho could the pluccs to which he had been taken. the district committee. 8. Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee in the district, not less than fivo days May 15, 1909, the name of one per son for each voting precinct in each county, to act as challenger and inspec tor for suid candidate at said primary be-fo- ilmv I V. Mm WfJi m - years, one "They did." women of Spencer "Why, they could not have all marcounty, died at Taylorsvllle of cancer ried her!" S!obb-N- o, to of the stomach. Record. "No, I marriedlher," Houston Post. David Breckinridge Castleman, a The Evan Shelby Memorial Hospital, Pains of women, head pains, or any to cost between $30,000 and $50,000, nephew of Gen. John B. Castleman, pain stopped In 20 minutes Bure, with died in Chicago. Bristol, Va. will be located at Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See of the 92 counties in In- full formula on 25o. Box. SoldJ,by printer JobnT, Sparks, a diana have been voted dry. Penny's Drug Store ofMaysville, suicided. Mrs. Ann he broke off the engageof tho ment, eh? Did she take it to heart? Ulobbs-- So court.-1'hlladelphia best-know- n well-know- n Fify-seven U. Cox, aged 75 election. 9. On tho next day after the returns shall havo been made, the committee shall meet nnd canvass the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination. 10. Tho chairman ofjthe district is di rected to employ a person to copy from the regular registration books made in Danville and Harrodsburg in '.VMS, the person names of all democrats, and-thso employed shall return the copies, certified as required by law, to the chairman, who shall cause them to be duly delivered to tho officers of election. Tho chairman is further directed to ciuso to bo printed and prepared for use the requisite number and kind of billots, which shall bear the facsimile of his signature, and ho wiltprocure tho necessary election supplies (and cause them, together with thoj ballots, t ) be delivered to the officers of clec tion, as required by law. 11. The chairman will causo copies lureof, certified by himself and tho sec retary of the committee, to boposted at tho court house door in Stanford, Lancaster, Danville and Harrodsburg, and in 20 other conspicuous places In Simple Remedy For La Grippe. each county in tho district for not less Lu grippe coughs are dangerous as than 40 days prior to May 15, 1909, and they frequently develop Into pneu said notice shall bo published in each moula, Foley's Honey and Tar not democratic nowspaper in the district G. L. I Penny, Chm'n only stops tho cough but Iheals and ClIENAULT HUCUELY, Sec'y. strengthens tho lungs so that no seri ous results need bo feared. The gen Gov. Willson was unable to leavo his ulno Foley's Honey and Tar contains no hurmful drugs and Is In a yellow bed Wednesday so intensevas?hls sufpackage llefuso substitutes. New fering from his leg, which was Injured in a runaway accident. Dr. N. M. GarStanford Drug Co. rett thinks he has strained a tendon. "Thero wero half a dozen men after Mrs. Willson continues to show im tho girl I was after." provement, but will not be able to get "And who won?" out for somo time. e This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. Investigats before placing your order. W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD. KY. UteOh 3 GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale -- VIA- I QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good Returning Until Kay 31st, Write for rates and (older If. C. KING, C.?.A. 101 1909 E. Main St., Loxlnton. lj. VWt?T ' If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky, subscribe for the "My threo year old boy was' badly constipated, hud a high fever aud was In an awful condition. I gave him two doses of Foley's OrlnoJiLaxatlve u nd the next morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well. Fo ley's Orlno Laxative savoJlhU iQllfe.' A. Wolkush, Casluier, Wis. Njw Stanford Drug Co. leotucHyState Journal, The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky. Write forjprice andparticulars to W. P. WALT0N,f Frankfort, KY- a frWp"illlll'''pm'H'.MM IJ4 w,IWmWi'WH 7?lSmSuSSvffKfi I' w The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON CHARLES A. HAhDIN, ol Mercer county. Is n candidate tor Oom monwcnlth's Attorney of thin, the lth Ju llclal district, subject to the notion of tin democrntlo party. otthli, th l.llh district, subject to tho action of the Iemocrntlc party. M. C. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, Is a candidate for circuit Judge JR., 8AUFLEY lath Judicial of tbe Democratic inrty. for circuit Judge li a candidatedistrict, subject to of tbU, Ibe the action Democratic Ticket. Kor State Henntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Ileprosentatlo, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY ForOounty Attorney, W. S. BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D.JISWOPE ForHherlfT. . L. McCARTY For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C. PEPPLES For Huperlntcndcnt of Hcboolr, GARLAND SINGLETON ForlCoroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT ForMaglitrato Htanfnnl District, JAMESMcKECHNIE For Constable Htanford District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Orab'Orchnrd District, J.1WARD MOORE For Magistrate HustonvlllilIMstrlct, i:k.ihelm.sr For Magistrate WnyDesburg District, JOHN I M. CAMDEM For Constable Wnyneaburg District, JOHN G.I BAUGH C1URCH MATTERS. Postmaster Lud Tetty, of Shelby-villhas resigned and Senator BradRev. J. W.JSturdivant, pastor'oPtho ley will recommend Mike Hughes for Baptist church at Carrollton, la dead of the place. paralysis, aged 62. Gov. George Curry, of New Mexico, There will be Sunday School and m- resigned by telegraph towteffM g aftcn)oon at2o,c,ock eaulton tho editor of a Democratic. ...." n pterin hi. private office at the (top- Tho subject for Sunday Imornln,- - at K- ,. iioi. no later wunorew nis rcinM.i.-i-.- i. ..ill h. Th , Tho Republican Exccutlvo Committee, .... .j mr ""IS .ftL. rn..,.. !.l.tl. juuiwib, Hl.trlet- Suffering." Ul lliu wemy'dKinii t.,i:tAl ...met at Somerset nnd declared Burgess Rov. R. L. Tally closed a good revivBethurum the nominee for Circuit al at Glensfork last Sunday night with Judge nnd Judge J.JL. Jarvls nomineo 1C additions to tho Methodist church. for CommonweaUh'sAttorncy. Adair News. At tho conclusion of a long session Dr. R. H. Crossflcld, president of with the tariff bill under consideration Transylvania College, Lexington, Is of tho SenSenator Aldrich, chairman holding an interesting meeting at tho ate FinancelCommlttoe, said emphatic- Christian, church, Georgetown. ally that ho was not concerning himself Rov. Walt Holcomb, of Nashville, with questions bearing uponspecial taxof tho late Sam Jones, and es to raise revenues and would not do evangelist, is conducting revival serso until It could bo ascertained how vices at the Bardstown opera house much revenue could bo obtained direct- and is receiving tho united support of ly from duties on Imports under such a all tho Protestant churches in tho scries bill which tho committeo would recom- of meetings. mend and how much public expenditure The regular services will be held at could be decreased. the Christian church next Lord's Day. Subject of morning sermon, "Tho BlesIN NEIGHB0RINGC0UNTIES. sed Dead;" evening sermon, "Tho Call Especial attenThomas Williams, aged 40, is dead in to New Departures." ' Danville. tion is again called to the fact that wo Mrs. Lydia Vandivier, an aged lady are endeavoring to enlist all of tho of Harrodsburg, is dead. church membership In tho Bible School Mrs. Bridget Fox, relict of Wm. Fox, work. On next Lord's Day we are ex-- I is dead nt Danville, aged 92. pecting 250 present, but of course we n Mrs. Sarah Jane Scoyille, a will not have them unless YOU come. woman of Laurel, is dead, aged Parents, bring your children instead of 86. sending them. D. M. Walker, minis-.teMrs. II. B. Harris formerly of Junction City, died at Newport of typoid fe Perryville will voto on the graded ver. Business in the mining district around school proposition May 1. Middlesboro shows signs of improvement. J. S. Stapp, owner of the Columbia Undortakor, Spectator, and a prominent Republican Mt Salem. politician of Adair county, is dead. Robbers entered the home of Byrd Prompt and Efficient Hervlee Day or Night, Saylor, living on Robinson Creek, a few miles from London, and secured $1,500 G. W. in cash. Dealers In Wall Paper. AIo carry a splenJohnTTenison and Sam Lamers ore did line ot Oroccrles.HoIt Drinks, Etc., under arrest at Middlesboro charged Miln Street. - - Hustonvtllt, Kentucky. with robbing the postofTice at Russell e, H.G. Riffe.McKinney, Undertaker. Prompt and KfTlclent BerTlct Day or Might. t ' 'uu. .h.i, -- Stock of Merchandise for Sale. desire to sell prWatcly my slock nt Oro cerlesand Hardware. Doing a good lnisl. ne.s. Will Invoice about (l,U. Ilcason III health. H (IF.O. It'llOl'rKIl, Htanford, Ky. 1 f & T. F. GROSS. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. t. nnw rendv tn serrr. bis old friends nnd hones to make manv new ones. If you have n mule or horse In eastrnte sate tho work It dona right. He makes for him and hn n specialty ot rnstrntlng rldgellugs. rraililv cured hv Zemo. A liquid lor external use. Zcmo gives instant elief and permanently cures any form 3f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. An- - ui m si a, a ;iAt n va IUUkiUl'vVttM Itching Skin Diseases Seal Walkovers ! e Just a little neater and just a little better than ever. High Shoes in Gun Metal, Vici, Ox Blood and Patent Leathers, S '- - t V FARM FOR SALE I well-know- Tho farm of 140 acre., of good blue grass land, lying olio mile North of McKluney.on ine ninmoru luxe, iiuiirovemeiiis mm fenrlnff irontl; nlentv of water and fruit. f Also iu acres oi umiwreu iaim one Mc Kinney sbnlf under feuce; plenty goou looarrn land, nee grow ol water ami . J.A.UIVK.-SH.Ageillng crop. McKlunry, Ky. r. Thomas Wilkinson, Armstrong&Co. . uw ... ine season oi ...u. n. uur .!.,& miles Northwest ot Htanford, Ky., at lis iiiiick ju , ty io insure n iim$ coii.greatest saddle stalKentucky's Preston, Washington WJ lllack Ji"s 1st he by lion, dam I.uclle by Messenger iK'ninnrkjSd dnm ermont llrlll., itiililnaon br ltoblnsons llamblrtonlani he Is twrry tine Individual; black with one white foot: stands 14 hands, weight Uiu pounds; 3 years old; flue saddler and very showy lnharness;of ftnoslyleund action. Hce him before Jou liouk your mares. Heason due If mare Is traded or parted with. All cure will le taken to nold acci dents, but not responsible snouiu any occur, ...... maar v ill "Black Joe" ... n.iir, $3.50, $4 and $5.00 Per Pair. t preuy gooa stock sum or wL.iuvn.n j heavy goods for this sloppy weather. J ,, J.D. KADSAHONH. Htanford, Ky. REVERSA 47162. !(. N 1 S There is further indication at the White House that Presideut Taft in making Federal appointments in the South intends to consult as far as pos sible the wishes of the Senators from the States in which the offices are to be filled. In pursuance of this policy he had a lengthy interview with Senator Edley D. Smith, of South Carolina, and it was said he would also consult with Senator Tillman regarding South Carolina offices. Mr. Taft has also notified Senator Bailey that his wishes would be consultedjalong with those of his colleague regarding Texas appointments. The same rule, it is declared, will apply to all Southern States. Congress providing be levied on every deadly weapon, such as pistols, dirk knives and brass knuckles, manufactured and sold within the United States. This would have, littlo or no effect on those who would buy such weapons. The vicious would not think of the ex tra 2 when he wanted to get even somebody. It Would with cr "hold-upbe better to bring about a strict enforcement of the law against carrying deadly weapons concealed. A BILL is before I fc that a tax ofj;?2 ville, Tenn. In a tight over some land in Wayne county George Burdon shot Odio Morris through the body with a pistol. Morris beat Burdon up considerably with a stick after he had been shot. Both will recover. While taking a horseback ride near his country home a short distance from Williamsburg, Judge H. C. Harmon was thrown from tho animal and in stantly killed. Ho was 76 years of oge and a prominent lawyer and politician, Fire destroyed tho free house and bonded warehouses of tho Old Joe dis tillery, seven miles from Lawrence burg, entailing a loss of $125,000, with The warehouse only partial insurance. was enveloped in ilame3 when the fire was discovered, and by hard work the distillery and other buildings were sav ed. About 3,000 barrels of whisky and several hundred cases of bottled in bond Tho creek was roods were destroyed. a mass of flames for a mile below. t H. J. McKOBERTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. I.V hands, foaled In bred lir fl. .1 O, P.Cecll, Diuullle, Ky. Trotted a mile In handling. Hired by :!) with three weeks' (iumhettn Wilkes WW. J:IUS, In IMS list. In the :a) ll.t, In ::iu list, (tin 3:1111st, list. Urinal sire of the ill Inpurer, :. with records ot i:'M51V trotters or letter. and Weiirelnootltlon to do nil kinds of con One of his great grand sons Is credited with 1! iierformers.nnd his descendants In i:3U such ns Mock Work, cretlng, n ml. In fact, wo can make any tiling from r ll.t. nil Intel, are now- nlollt ItTn lii number. Istdiim Pink Htnrtle by Mamlirlno Mtartle Wo cull ser" home down to n fence till, slrv or isnnu uamsnirc.iucimiiiiK ou promptly and guarantee FoyOurds:W, Chesley l.lw and work nnd material. Cull nnd net our prices ,tt hir. before you uuy jour muicriui m leosi. .'nd dam Martha, by I.ylo Wilkes iV, sire iSf-1John of Tnnddnuisot llessle T.S:vi Cling jcii1, n minowiers 3rd ilum Kllm, by Imp. lluckdeii. will make the nre.ent season at Stanford, Ky. the stable of Jumes McKechnle near Hull- bleat lluto Iniurea l.lng roll. CONCRETING I'lix-ment- s - ist. s PHILLIPS BROS., ,. Dinwiddie & ry an of goods. Muhogony LEADER. At the same time and place t will stand, bluck lack formerly owned by the !.. ..!..... lir in .. (I.... 1...11. a, I.... I nm. .M. II. rsUintllHH hiiit uniii mum ..h.I pvn. immur iiiiui nmus m mis II 1 ilil 1 ThU nuallllfrinu briMM.er. lt t will Im hla third is si..tit 11 II. ll.sKl.t.. t'llsHIIl ?ll rA uuuuir, a 1 V ES33S3Q3eQeeB3e rf7 I PURE OUVE OIL Direct importation from France. The very best for eating and tyj medicinal iJ -. Co. Commissioner's Sale ! Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of the Lincoln (Urcnlt Court, rendered nt the February term, llsw. In tile action or J no. r. cu.n heirs iimilnst J no. F. Cash's heirs, the under signed Commlstloner will, tvlween the hours oi i aim z r. x., on MONDAY.APUIL, U It", county tourt day. offer for sale at public outcry to the hlgbist and liest bidder In front of court liou.e In Htanford, Ky the following property In Turnersvllle, Lincoln county, Kv. e 1. The and lot Iniunded on tbe North by the Hlnnfortl und Iluslouxlile pike. on tbe Kast und Houth by the lands of Jitine MiCormlck ana on ine w en nv me .lie 1,'ollev's Mill idke.containlng about acres and roods. There Is a large frame combined on this lot and It Is n splendid stand for n general store. . The Neal nronertv which Is tHiuudcd on th'u North by the land of Miss Hue Dal- tins unit Martin .MciormicK.nn ine r.usi nv McCormlck's church Urnnlke. ontheHoutn bv Htiiiirordnud Ifustonille.. turunlke ,. nd u . . ... .f on the wesi ny ine lami oi .Mrs. lien i,omi containing lietween Hand U ucres. This lot frame dwelling and out- contains n uuuuings. TKHMH. The sales will be made on u er.Hltt nf six months! the uurchusers will Imi rtfUireU lOKIlil bonus lur ine purchase nrlce with cood security, puyublo to the Commissioner, liearlngo per cent. Interest trout uute oi sine until pnia, niiMiig ine force anil effect of n Judgment nnd secured by lieu un the land. The present lessees of IitNo. 1 bue the privilege of extendlug their lease two years from April 1. 1K.M, und lilt No. 3 Is leusel until Jan. I. lull). P. M. McllOIIKKTH, Hlieclal Uuiil'r, store-housd M HUBBLE. Aden Rigney sold some heifers to Mr, Martin at lie. Dr. W. F. Htckle sold his young black marc for $175. J. T. Roberts had a young mare to iumu a wire fence and falling, broke her neck. Mr. Huffman, our new blacksmith, has moved in and his work is opening up nicely. Earn Pennman and Maggie Owsley, colored, were made one in matrimony last Wednesday night. Squire J. T. Roberts is at Crab Orch ard this week on business. Miss Hazel Stone, of Stanford, is visiting Miss Jowell Spoonamore. Mrs. Will King, of Crab Orchard, visitinir her father. Squire Roberts, at this place. Mrs. J. G. Bohon, of Tern pie, Texas, who has been visiting rela tives here, is in Wayne county this week. VirtTil McClure. who is now with the Frankfort Printing Co., was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. A. Ham monds, at this place. Hustonville, Ky.. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-d- ate " line 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart, 1'? g I m 4 I Almost everybody will be glad to know that the kidnapers of Willie Whitla, the Sharon, Pa , child, hve been arrested and are safe behind the bars. It is to be hoped they will be given a speedy trial and the limit of the law. A man and a woman, in an intoxicated condition, were arrested in Cleveland and beneath the woman's skirt was found $9,790. She later admitted her guilt. DIGNITY DARE 1982. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Fearing that the kidnapers of Willio Whitla may find imitators, Chief of Police Snippy, of Chicago, issued an order that policemen should watch all schools with especial scrutiny. The board of education also has ordered that no child be allowed to leave school except by personal permission of the principal. Judge VV. C. Bell, of Harrodsburg, who has made tho 13th judicial district u most excellent judge, will not seek a renomination for the office and states card in his reasons in a this issue. good-soundi- POLITICAL. Champ Clark spoko over five hours on the I'avno tariff bill. L. T. Neat, of Adair, has announced for the republican nomination for State ' . Senator. Albert F. Shouso has announced for the democratic nomination for Itepre uentativc of Fayetto county. Z. T. Coleman was nominated for llepresentative by tho democrats of Carroii and Gallatin counties. President Tuft sent to tho Senate the nomination of Charles W. Miller, to bo United States District Attorney for Indiana to succeed Joseph I). Kualing, Tho Minnesota Legislature has passed a law providing a fine of $100 or imprisonment for 90 days for chorus girls who appear on any Minnesota stage In red, white and blue tights. hay. 1M, hands hleh, weight 1.'.I pounds, perfectly sound. Trotted In S:si nnd nicks fast, ifns fife distinct Kiilts. Illuo string horse from colt to present date. except by bis Neerdefeutcd In model ringIn model ring head two colts. Defeated nt lluriodsburg. Colts Aery kind to break, and unusually Intelligent. (Irent breeder sLfBsnsBBs1 r af for hlKh action colts. Oreut uniform breeder, never cot n sorrel colt. Ills colt first In " ''.ft sjj stake ring for l tit IlarrodsburK, Hut. C"l w '9. v . -- v"i"wya Nuckllngiolt first In harness ring nt Htnte. m. BgT: ' Fair, 1HM. ri of his colts averaging J', years aVIblsBHstesVsVM'vsaaiaYsflHHBl told for average price of fill. Imparls btgh shoulders, long, tnerlng necks and good headstoull. heusoti of 1UV In HustonWIle at JBto Insure u Iltecoll or 123 the season. Money for season due nt time of first service. Dignity Duro Is too well known to make further mention of him necessary. Dignity Dure s uoverdvfeated in a herd T fsssssssssssB ' ring. tiriiss furnished at tiAi per mouth. Cure taken to preienl accidents and escapes but not responsible should liny occur. strictly We, At Powhatan Courthouse, Va., tho Mares moved, traded, purled with or bred forbid whose names appear below, of limiting, tlshlng or uny kind service money another ou our places und will prosecute vl- jury in the Skipwith murder and arson toPhono In horse makes Correspondence due. soresidence. Uluiors iu ine luiiesiemui lue iuw. case returned a verdict finding Joo and licit! d. D.H.OAlU'KNTKIt.Hustoinllie. Mrs. Wulter Wurreu, Mis. Muttle White, p. W. Ourter. lien P. Mnrtlu Taylor guilty of murder in tho Isham Tlnsley Hpoonumore M.F. Lawrence, I first degree and John Brown guilty of j. at. llallou, J.H. llocker, Joseph T. A. Illce. murder in the second degree and fixing (I. W. Hasty, Lincoln Circuit Court, J.L. Iloltsclaw, t l ll.llllus.s Mrs. J.F. Pulllum, punishment at 15 years in tho latter'a Mrs. It. L. Wllilnms, Mescrk Puxtun. tho penitentiary. The first degree murj. netiuuaner James N.UusU, A. Pitts, Plaintiff, vs. M. D, Kurr, Mrs. Jus. Haines M. It. I.) tie. der verdict carries with it death in tho John police oi snie. .1. II. Uuuieiilsch, Dr.J. tl. Carpenter, BsJIBKiiriiiiirffi1! Pursuant ton Judgment rendered In the Thomas Ferrlll. j.it.iiriiuii. electric chair. ubuestyled court and action lit th FebA, I.. Thompson, Datd llurtuu, ruary term, iww, the undersigned CommisJ. M. Wore. M.C. Illchurtlson, sioner will between lund f. M., In front of Miss Muttle llewes, Itelc honhach llros, It Saved His Leg. the court bouse in Htanford, Ky on A.T.Troylor, Fred liuumauu, N, II. Pluiuiiier, "All thought I'd losomy leg," writes Lllburiitlooch, MONDAV.AI'KII. 1JTII. lull It.C. Nunnelley, Will Hester. Watcrtowa, Wis., county court day oiler for suloat mililliMiut J. A. Swcnson, J. W. Iluughmuii. J.W. Peck. orv to the hlifbest und tiest bidder, the mull David Hteveus, "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors vldedunollfth Interest of M. D. Karrlu the J, K. Ilruce. Uuuieiilsch, Wui.Ourdler. the HouthHest house and lot could not cure, hud at last laid mo up, MiiluHtreeluuiloncut nil pike lit corner of John M, D. Klninre, DnnTraylor, Hliiuford, Krel Hnudorf, t.otllbOllck. UucKlen's Arnica Salvo cured it Thou II. M. Andersull. J, J, Thompson, llenliiiilni! on the Northeast corner of the t sound amill."Mnialllb!u for Skin He j. r. ii user, Mr.iindMrs.Jiis.il. Fads on Main street, thenco with .11 rs, N.J. llurlou A. Klluisii n el to corner ot I lie He Main Eruptions, Kcicmu, Suit Itlieum, Hulls, uiiiiicestreet at thence the rlaht nnules with J. J.F.Illott. Mrs. tjeo. Uigiiu. at housi Frank Conner, W. It. Duugherty n straight line through Mud lot tu Fovor Sores, Hums, Scalds, Cuts und said street Dr. tl.O. Perry, Itev. Father Leo, a sloue Inluickulle) thul runs Kast und H. 11. Ilaughmuu, . inline-.II, Piles. 25e at Penny's Drug Store West; t lien Knit with said alley to comer Uriah Alhrlitlit A. II. IIOOI, ott said ulley running North und Mouth; Mrs. MurguretUooch, Jacob (lander uioug suiu aue 10 me beginEqualization, in inem-Tho State Board of W. H.TraJlor tiro. ('.(livens, ning. John J liter. session at Frankfort, Is raising assess The object of thesuHIs to sutlsfy plaln-- t Hum HoU-rtM.J. Ilolmunii, Amend Hchaeter, Judgment for t. vu M with j r cent. InIll's A. It. Muthony K.T, lleiuley all over tho State. If all thd terest from March ti, Itr. und the costs. mentd Mrs, J. II, Owsley, L. H.Ouruer, Tlio sule will Iw luude oil u TKItMH. counties are to be raised in proportion II. L. Fugulev. credit of six mouths. The purchuier will lw M.J. Morguu, It.O. Wutkfns, to thoso passed on there (nay be some rtiiulreil to gUe iHind for the purchase prtco H.T. Harris, 1 'LKGTRICUAKUKS TioJbiui:e!lo mr:a u wtvor: u mourn m.ikor J. C. wllh goHl security, having the force and ef. Mrs. Hundley. (food, It. Jl.tlrow. C, K. McClure, Nannie II. lively kicking from tax pay era. t imci oi a luiiunieiii. oavnoiu iu uiM-- oiiuiu. tho liest baker, A largo lino of etilect ironv nnd wo will approciutu a call. Anton Houecker. idoner, bearing legul Interest from date of Anderson Oarr. Fred VonUrnenlgun W. M. III. lion, Ohio county, Ind., went "dry" by 32 sule until liuld, und also secured by lieu on Mrs. ivate.Mior T. L. Uaugumun ine saure soiu. It. Carpenter Mrs. ltuU-ccNlo flints. closing four saloons at Rising votes, J, 11. PAXTO.S, Mastkh Uoh'k, W, KopaK. iiossr, Sun, John U. Ia's, J, N. Haumukus, Att'y (or plulntlll. .... s '"fjy'l POSTED. I. I 4 Commissioner's sale I 1 ii i n rnm-elo- . VI , e J,tM,Ms-s-J'---t'- 111 .. 1. '.. ' j.r. GEORGE H. FARRIS; Stanford. 4Lt. if "If" "HX " h '. t' t Linen And Linene Suitings. Wo liavo every color and while, in plain, atripe anil eldo bands, 10c to yd. .10c New Silks. COLORED TAFFKTAB. Wc have a better yard wide Taffeta eilk in all colon and black than you will eco anywhere nt SI yd. Nets, COLORED NETS in nil the new Spring Shade?, in largo and .small mesh 3 Wo lihvo a White Linen Waistings. White Linen Suitings. 3G Messaline vSilRs. yd. All the Spring shades in 27 inch MctNiiinc nt 81 yd. Ecrue Nets In Plain, Tucked, and Figured. inch linon lnwn wntsting at 25c other grades up to $1 Foulard Silks. TIiwhj silks White Nets 4 A 3fl inch ALL LINEN editing (not one half or two third linen) hut all linen nt iific, other grades up to 81. CO yd. are very iiopulnr thin wason, nnd wo design. In plain, Tilckcd, Figured, lace (stripe, and nppliqucd. We are phoning are showing some choico nbout fifty dilli-rcn- t patterns in above desirable material for Wniatingn, como let us show you. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTANPOim, & SON. C. Mr.Clary. STANFORD KY. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Don't forget the show. moving plcluro Claiborne See my lino of wagon nnd buggy harness. J. Ky., - March 'J, Found, a bunch of keys. 1900 C. Walton. Ladies' Oxfords In tho very latest styles. Cummins & Wcarcn. Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. AdJrcss llox 190, Stanford, Ky. fcettcr. For (Me , going at It like he means business and if he keeps up his present gait tho new Mr. J. A. Hollas, who went from temple of justice will be ready for the this county to Hominey, Okla.. to lo- November term of court. cate, has moved from there to llroken WESLEY.-Dr.JArrow, samo State. .T. Wesley, oneof Ca Mr. Orestes F. Floyd, of the West sey county's best men, died nt his home End, who Is a graduate of tho Iloston at Middleburg Wednesday of pneumoSchool of Piano Tuning, was hero Wed- nia, aged about CO. Ho is survived by nesday looking for work. his wifo and two children, Mrs. Joseph Charles Gascjlofk, who left tho 11 Williams, of this county, nnd Mr. Wayncsburg section some two weeks ago, has located In Lexington and ho Jason Wesley, circuit clerk of Casey. orders his I. J. pent thero. Dr. Wesley was a fine physician nnd a Mr John S. Wells has gone to splendid gentleman Tampa, Fla., to spend some weeks with A gentleman friend of this paper his mother. Mr. Geo. I). Weatherford U In Uustonvillc attending tho sale and suggests that wo have a corner stone friends.-Advocmingling with laying when tho new court-housfoun dation is begun. It would bo n good LOCALS. idea and we hopo our people will take New Clocks and Watches at Muel- - the matter up and make tho occasion one long to bo remembered. This is ler's. tho first riew court-housLincoln counClothes French cleaned. Cook & ty has had in almost a century and wc Farmer. should do something to celebrate the Sun Hno3.' circus Is booked tostrotch erection of it. its tent hero May 1. DemonThere will bo a ate. e e New selection of fobs, chains, pins, Fink lino of Keels. Poles, Lines and etc., nt Mueller's. nil other Fishing Tocklo at Penny's For Salb. A lot of roller skates. Urufc Store. Apply at this olllco. PERSONALS. work Try a pair of that Dr. W. H. O'UannoN was in Louis- shoo at ?2. Cummins &. Wcarcn. ville this week. Generally fair and wnrmcr Friday, Mn. W. A. Causon Is out after sev- is tho weather forecast for eral days' illness. Mn. C. M. Samuels was up from See our roofing for tobacco barns Somcrsut Tuesday. tho best. W. K. Warner, the tinner. Mns. Mattie KiniiY returned from See the great Gans.Nclson fight nt Louisville yesterday It C07.ATT, the popular Parks-vllt- e the moving picture show John J. will bo great. miller, was here Wednesday. Is IlAnRY V. Stago, of Knoxvllle. For Sale. Pure S. C. Hrown Leghorn eggs. Improved laying strain. visltlnR his mother and sisters here. Mn. G. L. Abiiley nnd wife, of tho Mrs. K. L. Ilcrry, Hustonvillc, Ky. West End, were callers at this ofllca Phone 83-- rings. . Tuesday. ALL the latest effects and novel deMrs. K. A. Ulain is In Lexington at signs in pattern hats. Our prices and tho bedaldo of her brother, Mr. Kich-ar- d goods aro guaranteed to suit purso and Gentry. Mr. J. L. Grundy and wife, of Leb- taste. Misses VanDcvcer. anon, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. AT tho Cash sale Tuesday afternoon C. E. Tate. the beautiful home on Danville Avenuo Mr. H. J. McKouKnTS and family was taken down at $G,400. The personwill move back to their homo on Logan alty sold at satisfactory prices. ... Avenuo this week. For Rent. Four nice rooms on first Mr. J. L. Williams, the aged father of Mrs. E. G. Ilickloy, has been ill for floor in the D. S. Carpenter property Recently repaired and in Hustonvillc. a month with grip. county, in good condition. Call on or write to IlEVEnLY Hout, of Monro Mo arrived Wednesday to visit his Mr. Carenter. parents. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Uout. There will be a special meeting of KotiEKT White, who is In the stand-in- n Lincoln Lodge, F. & A. M., on Monday army nnd now stationed at Plaits-bun- ;, night, next. Work in M. M. degree. N. Y., Is visiting tho homefolks Iodgo opens at 7 o'clock. T. W. Penhere. nington, secretary. Miss Ellen Mays Hall, of LancasContractor Krueuek is digging the ter, has returned homu after a delightHe foundation for the new court-housMrs. Ucttio LaKuo, In ful visit to is t. 3 Lou-isvill- "The Free" For Sale. sowing machine; nono at W. H. Mueller's. My homo on Danville Mrs. All modern improvements John Ellis Ave. Harked Plymouth Rock eggs, 75c per sotting of 15; Hawkins strain. Mrs. S. K. Duddcrar. Stanford. Logs for snlo from Red hens, Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouso geese. Mrs. W. J. LMmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. My belief is now, as it has heretofore been, that tho democrats of the entire district, and not a fraction of the district, should have a voice in tho selection of their nominee for circuit judge, and to that entire body I propose to submit my candidacy. If I shall lo chosen as the nomlneo I prefer that it shall bo by tho suffrages of the democrats of the entire district, made known in tho way prescribed by the democratic committee, so that no question can be raised beforo tho committee when it shall bo charged with tho duty of making and delivering a certificate of nomination. Yours Respectfully, M. C. Saukley. OXFORDS ! MATRIMONIAL. A On Saturday, tho gomery Circuit Court by Mrs. Mary 27th, we will have our opening of Im- Coleman Ayres, seeking divorce from Col. Mott Ayres, editor of the Fulton ported nnd Domestic Pattern hats, to Leader. which we Invite the public. Miss Rella Twelve known dead, property loss Arnold, Lancaster, Ky. reaching into tho thousands of dollars Large crowds are attending the and possibly a score injured is the result Combination Sato at Hustonvillo and of a tornado which swept over the northwestern part of Wise county, Tex. good prices arc being realized for all Gov. Wilson appointed Jesso C. Wilclasses of stock. Wednesday was jack der Police Judge of Eubanks, Pulaski and stallion day and some magnificent county to succeed tho Rev. R. E. Todd, animals were Bold. Hon. 11. H King's resigneo. big jack brought 1000, Capt. U. F. Pow$830, S. M. Owens W. H. LAIR, Hustonvillc, Ky., ell's sold two jacks for u little over $1,300, Hasndded n nice line of OHOOKIIIKH etc. Stallions sold at $300 to $7o0. lila M PAT MAItlvKTnnd liskmi portion to of piitrouiiKe. Yesterday the remainder of tho stal- jour 'fieri, ' hla "Krtsh Goods at tlie Low-lmotto. lions were disposed of and tho sale of s horses begun. business and ! They brought from $125 to $C00. The A farm on 1ml Inn Urn k, 137 acres, SJ, up-to- salo will bo concluded miles from Krmliit school, lit MlddlehurK; date tho sale has been n success beyond nincrt-- i in cullluulnn, rent In tlniUr; good outbuild-limthe expectation of tho most sanguine. dwelling:, barn and Hll mccsMiry unci grits l.iccllcnt tolmcco corn hind; KikhI orchard, farm well watered Dull on or address O.M. 1'KitKlJ.H, An Open Letter to Judge Saufley. .MlddlehurK, Kv, d it 1 high-clas- Swing Greetino. petition has been filed in the Our line of Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Oxfords is nowcomplete. You will find all the latest in styles in Ox Blood, Tans, Patents, Etc. Our prices Mont- are right. Make your selection before the stock is picked our. We also have a full line of Hosiery to match. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FOR SALE a, LADIES of White Goods, Laces and T Stanford. March 23. Hon. M. C. Sautley, Stanford, Ky., Dear Sir. As it now seems quite certain thnt you and I will be tho onlv candidates for the democratic nomination for judge of this, the 13th Judicial district, I would suggest, that in ordor to lessen theexpense of the election to each of us, that we, by mutual consent, submit our claims to tho democretic voters of this, Lincoln county, Kentucky, tho homo of us both, and agree that tho one who receives a majority of tho votes in a primary to be held In Lincoln county shall bo by the governing authority of the democratic party of this judicial district, declared the nominee; each of us to pay our proportionate share of the necessary expense of holding Raid Miction. Trusting that this suggestion will meet with your approval. I am, Very Respectfully, J. S. Owsley, Jr. Judge Saufley's Answer. PUBLIC SALE oVliH-- I We are showing the Largest stock 1 OiiHATlTltDAY. m., I kitchen furniture, hugg), urrlHKe.ua koixI hi new , new tewing mil' Cbtlie. I'roiwrtV of II. M. Llllti. dec'list-iIn lltitlonwlle. Ohjtct of hiI.-Ito uttlo up vawnv. trill llltiutt HUOWII Oil Ult OI Sllle It. A. I.IlTM.Ailnir. 1 out-iutt- d 1 1 MAIU'II X. Had, lit I'M Mill otl.r household and NOTICE! All who are Indebted to in will please cull anil kittle same at once. Wo also wish to udttwour frlruda nnd patrons tliat utter a we will douiio-d.April liuklni'M. us to toll cheaper mid wu Und It a belli r phut for the puriliu.tr na well aa the merchant. We thank our patrona fur their luttroiuiRi'fiirthe jear endlni; April In til ml lnipe to U'lilloweil thi prllleKi' of aertlUK them nrioidlliR to tho terina uUie itated for the next jtur. I.ITKK tU(s.,TuriiraIMp, Ky. Embroideries Ever brought to this Market glad to show you. lt lten-nble- We would be GALTON i 29 to" V and March 20 and 27 Do not miss the opportunity to learn how to secure Follow tho crowd and go to tho a new hard wood floor for $2.50, and moving picture show. how to have Mission-finisdining room, den or sitting room without the exCut Glass. China and Solid Sliver pense of removing old paint or varnish. flatwaro at W. H. Mueller's. Any old floor, oil cloth or linoleum made Fuesii salted peanuts, "All Day Suck-- " to look like new hard wood, any style ors," "Smiling Hills," etc. George D. of grain. Lessons free by special instructor. J. M. Phillips. Hopper. See tho nqw styles in men's Oxfords. Cummins & Wtarcn. stration at our store y h i m , X t The ladies should read tho advertlso- - Those of our young people who will ment of W. E. Perkins, tho Crab Orch take part in "Mrs. Wlggs, of the Cab- bago Patch," to be given at Walton's ard merchant. Opera Houso next Friday night, April in moving pictures-t- ho 2, SoMETHiNOtnew are rehearsing nightly and many of n fight. Seo it at tho them already have their parts down Theatorium fine. Tho entertainment is given under tho auspices of the U. D. C. and the n Singlo Comb Brown For Sale. eggs, 60c for setting of 15. Mrs. net proceeds will go to tho John MorJ. M. Cress, R..F. D. No. 4, Stanford. gan monument fund. Make your arrangements to go to see the pretty pluy ''' The L. & N. will run an excursion and don't wait too long about securing to Louisvillo April.ll, at JUG for tho your scats, as an immenso crowd will round-trip- . The train will leave Stan- - witness the performance. Gans-NelsoLeg-hor- i. Stanford, March 25. Hon. J. S. Owsley, Jr., Stanford, Ky , Dear Sir: Yours of this date Is just received, in which you say that it seems quito cer tain that you and I will bu the only candidates for tho democratic nomination for circuitjudge in tho 13th judicial dis trict, and you suggest that in order to lessen expense we submit our claims to the democratic voters of this county and that tho ono who receives a majority of the votes shall be declared tho nominee by tho governing authority of the Democratic party of tho district. I cannot accept your suggestion. 1 foro I at G:U0 A. M. .I .. Tub, Modern Woodmen of Moreland Tent will givo an oyster supper at Woodman's Hall, Moreland, on Saturday night, March 27. Good music will be furnished. received a car of Webber Wag-onalso wo have on hand HooeierCorn Drilli, Disc Harrows and other farming eo us beforo placing mplemvnts. your order, Colfey & Uishop, More-lanTHE Advocate $15 by the police Just s, d. says a fellow was fined judge of Danville for getting "too drunk." About how drunk can a citizen of Llttlo Britain office. get without fear of punishment? The democratic committco for this judicial district met at Danvillo Tuesday afternoon and decided on a primary for Saturday, Muy 15, as tho method and time for nominating candidates fur circuit judge and Commonwealth's Attorney. Mr. George L. Penny, of this place, is chairman of tho committco und Mr Chenault Huguely, of lioyle. was made secretary. All of tho members were present und the meeting was a harmonious one. There aro two candidates for circuit judge, Judges M. C. Sauflcy and J. S. Owsley, Jr., both of this county. Commonwealth's Attorney Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer, has no opposition for rcnomination for that do not know, und ennnot know, until after April 30, tho dato on which thero is a limitation placed by tho committee on announcements of candidacy, wheth er anyono else beside ourselves will co.npete for the nomination. If you und I should have a eontest between ourselves only and only in Lincoln coun ty, tho result would not bo binding on anyone else, nor in my opinion would it bo binding on the district Committee This committee gets its authority from tho rules prescribed by tho Isst Democratic State Convention, and not from tho agreement of candidates. It is, therefore, possible that if I should to your suggestion wo might have Btiould u race fruitless of results. If havo tho good fortune, in a contest limited to Lincoln county between ourselves, to be successful as against you, I would not desiro then to incur tho risk of having another contest with some one eUo in the entire district. Hesldes, I am not advised that tho governing authority In this district has any jurisdiction to declare ono tho nom lneo for circuit judge who has been voted for in only one county, and whoso candidacy has, by his own volition, been limited to one county. nc-ce- Htntonof 1(W. Hlreof OHhln ('. S:1U Ai llurna, :iJi, and l othera with trials Iroui s;a to 2:h, thoe are the onl out s that w ereever handled for aperd. Also the aire of one ilam with one In Hie luV Hat. Hired livllunilK'ltu the tire of auln the isai Mat. It) In :lt and claimed to lie the greateat aire In the world. 1st diim liala Kleld (grand dam of (with recorda of from 2:17 to S:uM,l liv Knlleld 1:W, mm of llnmbletoulau in. dum by Heeley's American Htnr. Knlleld i;: hiisttln J .Jo, bla daughters bine t In or U'lur, 2nd dum (lulcltatcp by I'rlnce, Jr., aire orJ.t. 2:17!1. r:J7',. mill duma of IS In the J.JO Hit 3rd dam b Old Joe, aim of the dum of J, 6. :m4. Umlon curries . the blood of ,four ItadlnK f..i.illl.i..lliiinlilut.inli.n U'IILnu .11(11111.1 .JHU .. .I...-.- I......I (1.IIIB. Chief nnd rt eley' American Hlur. wuiioiratoita uiiiegoue. against nnd defeated the t In harm-U- classes and roiid- ster rluus.thry are In Krrnt demand. selllm: us high its ii.imi ufter maturity, yearlings iroui iiiai to ijw, uuiionwiii stand at my atuhle 2 miles West of Ituatomllle on pike at SIS to Insure n lllng colt .iiouey utie u mure la iraii eu finer neiug pred. S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, rieuty of grass at UM per mouth, mimhI ex. prcHaiy for iiiurtja.iiootherstock mixed with J. B. PAXTON, J O. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER inarea, hae grass lots und large stithlta for J. W.ROCHESTER. TELLER murca to loal Grain fed at coat, l'lione In residence, II usloinllluKxeliungo. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER W. M. DOM), lliistonWIlv.Ky. OIREOTORS: J. 13. Owelov, Stanford; S. II. Shnuks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford Ken-tuclem-onuil- W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. ..i.lt.Mlt-.UIIM.I- Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O.O0O.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 "Almont D7re 32287 t William V7. 1st dam Toxnway 7flM, also reg. I. tend In Vol. 1U, A. T. II. It. Hlio by Ab- dulluu MambrlnoCnlS), he by Almont (;ci) 2nd dam I Jul v Duls by Orlt Duls.bvllour- by Foreign Imiu Chief: Srd dum Muttle H Light, by Foreigner, by Imported (llenco; bvCunnlughum'sCtipper-botttiiu.DthdutthiUut Kettle 0..by Imported lluiznrd. .Sot k. Almont Dure, so fur as we are able to dlsco er. Is the nrl horse on record having to hla credit the honor of defeating with bis own progeny those of his ureut sire. Dignity Hare, doing so with his first crop of colts eery time they came loguher. As an Individual thin Is a xery attracthe horse, lunula Mull with lots of weight and finish, COllir, IWT, IIC1IUI1 I'AireillVI.) 11IKH llllll lllI. Hhtiws 4 distinct saddle gaits, all er fust and pleasant A full brother to4 the great elding, Neltleluu, that sold at ears for 5 l.ikii und to the grtut show- mure. Fox) Hue, that won more premiums lor the number of shows than any iiiuru sired l insult) Dure. Win It not for two splints coining nit him won the hlute's Huddle he would easily hu Cuitiniilonslilp This horse Is n risiill of u loui unit eureiui iiihiiuk oi ine er nest the country alforded. ills hacking. In blood und IndlMduullly. Is as strong a, (llbraltar una inn colts lire nipiuiy iiroMiiL' mm. stee tills horse, und Jim will be welT raid, lie will make the season of llutt lit our stable on the llu.lon-llle2U miles from llustonlll Liberty pike, ut 115 to Insure u IHIng colt. Mares traded or bred elsewhere ren ders seusouduuut time of such trnnsuctlou. will also stand u muiejucs. at p. r tJrussfurulihi'd In ubtiudaiiie at U mouth. Our prsoual attention to all stock but will not bo responsible) forucetdeots. K.H. 10 WKLI. A HON, Huston, llle, Ky 1 A. H. II.lt. Hired by Dignity Dare llni, he by Cheater Dare 10. he by lilacs, Hutilrrel tut. he by King John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Sbanke, Stanford; T. C. Lancaster; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersvillo; Lilburu Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Kan-ki- Jtrst Jifas Tfational SffanAj Stanford, JCt. SS2. Capitol Orsramxttt, Stoe. SSO.OOO. Surplus and 7ndivldtd ZProfils, SS, 000. er paid in 'Dividends sinco Organization, S2t 500. 7eritt i Snvito 7ouf jfceounts on Our OFFICERS. S. Ilocker, I'tesiJcnl., S. T. Harris, John J. Mcltobetts, Cashier; II. C. Daughman, Asat. Cath'r W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. F. Keid, J II. Uaugbman. M D. Elmore, J. M. I'eiius, II. C. Baughman, J. V. Cummini, S. T. Harris, no. C. Itobinson, W. D OUannon J. S. Mocker, C. E. Tale. .. sl - - 4fti r ....'- - . LUH- - v. j;'-.- . . .wry wMnmpnm,)Mi un. NwWf .tHm uymm'wr ijpjiiiMjft)!i WJWir1 v. ift b The American Tobacco Company is Offic over McRoberts" Drug Store in shipping Equity tobacco from Maysville a day to St. at the rate of 20 tho Owsley Building. It will take Louis and Milwaukee. 1,400. cars to transport tho weed. fniurct Tobacco and Tobacco The description and pedigree of S. T. Harris' and Robert Woods' Ashland arm. Brook and King Eagle was received too Nothing But late for this Issuo but it will appear in Watch for it. the3e columns Tuesday. J. E. McKcchnie advertises this issue D. his splendid Gambetta Wilkes stallion, The Iasunncc Min, Revcraa, which he will stand- - at his STANFORD, KY. barn near Hubble at $10 to Insure. JtesUlence l'lione M; Ofllce, S. Read the breeding of tho fine youngster. Insure with me aud be fully Read in our advertising columns the protected. description and pedigree of Almont Dare, the magnificent stallion of E. S. Powell & Son, Hustonville. He is a oung Jersey Bull, de- grand individual, of splendid blood and Ji a handsome, large scended from n Ionic and unbroken line of a proven breeder. the most noted bulla and cows on the I have for sale a good driving horse of Jersey Knglnnd and America. His sire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported 15J hands, and fat, sound and gentle 65 and his dam Is a show cow that has given pound of rich milk In one day. If you be- for lady to drive, 1 good milk cow, 1 lieve "Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor" and have a strictly good sow and 5 shoats. If you want somecow, you should avnll yourself of his thing that will suit yon, call on mc at He will bo allowed to serve a limited number of npproM'd, registered cows out- once at my store at Turnersvillc, Ky. year, for n fee of Kecne Lutes. side of our own herd this IS each. Make engagement before sending ItKII) AOTTKlt. cow to bo bred. The Executive Board of the Burlcy Htnnford, Ky. Telephone N. I).-- W have to offer three extra choice Tobacco Society, in session at Winbull calves Unit will be sold at right prices. chester, denies that much of the tobacco bought by independent concerns has been thrown back on their hands. They Toucnn find our Htnndnrd Ilemedy, the claim that only about 250 hogsheads Jreatest blood and liver nieuicin el Know n have been rejected and that was bellheuimitlsm. Halt Ilbeum. Kid' ney Trouble and all diseases nrlslng from cause it was "funked." moon u uas no equui. it is iihhiu- impure The Government has been taking a MW, and guaranteed by the manufacturer If census of the horses of the country, according to directions the Remedy Is taken and If ho or she Is not benefited by the use and reports that there are of the Heniedy we will refund our money. horses and nearly 4,000,000 mules We can do nothing more. Kach package contains 3)1 doses wltlin registered guaran- in the United States. This is a greattee and mailing card with full Inst Auctions. We send H to nuy nddrvss by mall on re- er number of horses by several hundred ceipt of SI per package or six packages for If taken In thousand than were reported previously. IS. Hetter order n box time you might saM a big doctor's bill, The "horseless age" is evidently not Kemember If you take tho Remedy according to Instructions mid are not benefited, yet in sight. you get jour dollar back. You will not Judge Harbeson, of the Kenton Cirfind the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Issoldouly bvnurdiilv authorized agents. cuit Court-- , rendered his decision in the Ilbl'URN WILLIAMS, Agent. caso of the Latonia Jockey Club against the Kentucky Racing Commission, "Wo Euy holdhg the law establishing the commission unconstitutional. The effect of the decision is to place Latonia racing Hides and back to its former basis. An appeal Wool Festliers. Tallow, Bseswax, Gtnsco r. )H will be taken. CeUcn SeUY!ow Root), May Apple, car-loa- Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimuFARMER'S DKPARTMEWT. late tho Hoart or Kidneys. That la The Interior Lawton, Okla., will have a great race wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that are meeting April 17 to 27. crying out for help. Vltallzo the'so e al Stanford a The Paris creamery, which cost $7,000 weak lnsldo controlling nerves with Mnteredin tV irterut-eJomauVr. last year, has been sold for $1,455. Dr Shoop's Restorative, and sco how Grimes G. Deazley bought of V. L. quickly good health will como to you gelding for again. Test It and seo Sold by PenMcCarty a $185. ny's Drugstore. No. II, Houth, HiM p. m. Fori Sale. COO bales of good No. I No.ss,Houih,na a m. No. 14, North, 4:40 A. x. Dr. Gaylova, chief of tho Buffalo wheat straw. Robert Leigh, Shelby No. H. North, ft: P. X. State Cancer Hospital, says that the Nl.7, 111147 A.M. City, Ky. NO.J4,I40P. M. Pure Doono county whito seed corn increase in cancer disease in tho State JOS. S. R!CE, Agent. at $1, 23 per bushel. W. E. Moss, Lan- of New York is little short of appalling. It now takes yearly toll of half as caster, Ky. The Truth The census report on cotton stocks many lives as tuberculosis. Every person in this city who is suf- shows that C.252.CC3 bales nro held In Foley 's Honey nnd Tar cures coughi, fering from" Eczema, Pimples, Dand- tho United States. quickly, strengthens tho lungs and exscalp disC. C. Glass, of Jessamine, sold three ruff or any form of skin or pels colds Oct the gcnulno in a yelease, can find relief and be permanent- pair of mules at tho following prices Now Stanford Drug Co. low package Zcmo, a clean liquid foi $110, $350 and $325. ly cured by cl1 2fAQ Fort Sale. A number of big, nice external use. All dureeists "Did papa give you my hand, mare mules, good workers,, four to six George?" PENNY'S DRUG STORE. years old. S. M. Owens, McKInncy, "No; he gave me his! Look at my Ky. cyol" Houston Post. At tho Winchester court Monday some 75 mules sold at $150 to $175; EGGS FOB SALE! ! Surgeon Dontlst, steers sold at 5c, cows at lc, Thoroughbred f.C Ilrown Leghorn eggs, heifers at 41c. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. stock, Journal. W dlssssHssssssss Pot-Ofic- L. &N.TITOETHBLE ld 1 A. S. PRICE, , I 700-pou- 500-pou- from selected 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. ltlVHKLL IillOWN. Htnnford, Ky. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. He nd for T ,t 1 FRUIT t ORNAMENTAL TREES. Insurance. Kverythlng for Orchard, Lawn nnd Harden, write for catalogue. II. K.HILLENMKYKIL HONH, Lexington, Ky. Alfalfa, hogs and rattle come to llutler Co, list of Impruved farms, Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Kas. If You Want To Crow Corn, 2 5 n ts , O ta FOR SALE I Jesse Wearen, When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n Adorina's Fox Then your clothes, wbethern low orlco business suit or the finest evening clothes, will have that Individuality and fit DEITS COLLECTED. which iilulnly indicate they were made to your measure, 1 will also take your measWe collect notes, claims and accounts In ure for extra trousers, fancy ests, top No charges routs nnd overcont. Kail and Winter sam any part of the United Hlntes. promptly reunless collected. Collections ples on band ready for) our inspection. mitted. Try us. H.O. ItUI'LEY. The Tailor, IIOYDX COLLKCTION AflKNCV. Hlanford, Ky. Homrrset, Ky. tailor of power boiler and englnonnd snw mill for sale. Will sell either or Ixitli. On A. Kxnm.ik, Ottenhelm, Ky. I'ostonice, Waynetburg, Ky. O in n a. 3 2.5'' a n c c cue'?. -- . t- er" " -1 2.SO . ".5 H. B r - O r-i CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, ns well as tho freshest of cut flowers, plant of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. A iu make a seciaiiyoi w renins for for funeral purposes. Tht Josiph Prlct Sanatorium, North tancattcrHtreet, -- 5 u E. D if a -- . s Q o ftB cr - tanford, Kentucky. ser-ric- e. For Treatment of Diseases of the Ke, Nose, In connection with the above, Ihae all Throat. Knr, tlenlto-frlnarllectal Orkinds of vegetables on band at reasonable gans, Nenous Hysteiu nnd Hurgery. ,,r C 'CHUISTMANtlltKK.N IIOUHKH, Hll HlllllAKIl, Pkhh. Hlanford, Ky. " S a. s B5 log-51?- - V IT -- t MASONS' MEET. A (. NOTICE! I wlll.U'tween the hours of v. and 4 o'clock p.m., on MONDAY, MAIU'H W, At Mc Kinney, Ky., In front of the court-bous- e door In Stanford, Ky., sell nt public outcry to the highest and U'st bidder for cash In hand thetol- lowing property or so much as wilt pay tax, l. A. M.wlll meet In staled communication tin each nrsl mid third Monday nights of each month, at 7tt o'clock In their hull on Mala street, HtnnMemU-rso- f sister lodges nre frao'clock A. ford. Ky. lot Ited to Iv present. (I. L. lVuny, ternally W. M.,T. W lVnnlngloii.Hec. Lincoln liOdgeNo. fti. K, c c a :,i 2 o"- Notice Poultry Raisers ! f a- 2? E. a -- . -3 ?? S rT 0 cost aud penalty. The amount Includes 6 n Now Is the time of year to feed your fo Is good tonic, cures Cholera, tiapes, percent. enalty and cost of ndtertmng! Itoup, ennke'r when fid its Oorpenttr, Jennie and Doie Utf.n lis W a pretentlte It.and l.lmberneck,I hum healthy not only keeps L. It. Itriilirit, but makes them lay. 1'rlce fa) cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed Treimurer Hlanford (traded Hchoul by your druggist, (leo. L. lYimy.try It under the guarantee, Ask fur booklet on disease ! of poultry. O .- -? Safeguard the Future The Mutual m SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. The knfest, surest and most adequate saf( guard for the future Is it policy In B. D. CARTER, Benefit Life Is Now Livorv FUS2S Insurance Co. (t Is conspicuous for economical manage- tun sit IIIi iupii lltvnf it ttilliv pnlil nt eti fn mssv sstst II1VIIS iiiiisj vs. dealing with its members nnd large returns tojiollcy holders. J lie company is jusi entering me of it successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county limn all other companies combined. Write for particulars, stating itgeand whether mar- Dopot Stroet, Phono 90, MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky.7 Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SE- - STANFORD. KENTUCKY. scientific preparation foi external use. Stops itching instantly and destroys the getms that cause skin diseases. 'Eczema r.Jickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo, Wild Ginger, etc We sic dealers l eluVbhrd in 1856 Orr hslfa centdirta LouimKe" sod cu do better (or you tfiaa tjrsts or cccuouaoa oercouils. RefeicBcr. E-a LouIxiCe. Writ, (or wcelly i' ff.t.11 anr sripria? tsai. WAYNESBURGr SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ZEMO, a Eczema is Curable b; r3. Safcd fc 13 S. titarlst SI. Sons, LOUISVILLE, KY. szassKraTS J,L,Beazley&Co., ft A Mr. Martin, of Woodstock, will begin a singing echool at this place the first Saturday in April. Quite a number from here attended the burial of Tusco Waters at Kings-vill- e Sunday afternoon. Who can beat this? W. G. Reynolds, who is 84 years old, has read tho New Testament through since Christmas without the aid of glasses. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon was called here Wednesday to see Leslie Padgett, who is very ill with rheumatism. A Mr. Spurgeon is here working in the interest of the Modern Woodman Lodge. Mis3es Virgie Singleton, Maud, Millie and Esther Caldwell and Messrs. T. B. and Mason Caldwell visited relatives at Buck creek Saturday and Sunday. Clinton Johnson has gone to Somerset to work for J. M. Johnson. ried or single to It.M.NKWLAND Hpeclnl Agt. .Stanford, M)ers House James I, White. for Itockcastle Oo. Hollcltor Penny's Drug Store. I Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court. Mahony & Rankin, Undertaken! and Embalm era. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniturefor all J Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen In tho red (ace, Lands and body of the little son of II. M. Adams, of Henrietta, I'a. Ills awful plight from eczema had, for five years, dolled all remedies and batUed the best doctors, who said the poisoned blood had affected ills lunirs and nothing could savo litin. "nut." writes his mother, "seven bottles of Electric Hitters completely cured him ' Tor Eruptions, Eczemi, Salt Khoum, Bores and Mood In obedience ton judgment of the Lincoln circuit court, reudoretf at the Noiumlicr term, 1W7, In thu action of K. K. Ilobbflt against Jesse (luest etc., thu undersigned Cum'r ulllou MON DAY. Al'UIIj 1JTII. 1WW, county court da v In front of thu court bouse oner tor sine at sijuaru in ntanioru, nubile outcry to the lilimcsi and best bidder it lot otalHiut ao siiuare xilcs of land, i',t oi ... vrciiiini,iii miles ...llnl..l,... itiioI..,..l ... - i.iiicoiut'o., L.. routu n,,, nujuiuitiK niu i,(,u ( t . L . l,..t.t.l. Hlielby iCwsley, Ann lluvst, and i.iiui'iii. Logan Uuest. Theooject oi tliesalu Is to satisfy the lodgment of deft J. K. Ilotdnm for flu with Interest from Hept. SI. ivj it ml the debt of ohilntirr llobbltt for in with Interest from Keb.S. isul and II Hi costs besides tho coats of this action. Ti:itMH. The sale wilt lie made on a credit of six months, lloud with good security for the purchase price, txnrlng Interest from date, having the force and effect of a Judgment, nnd also secured by llen.outlie land win no rcouirm oi me iiurenasir. J. ii. tax ro.N, Master coiu'r. INSURANCE, Fire, Life, Styles up to the minute. Prices heyotul competition. Wc nlso btato' that our Spring Line is now complete. To mivo iiionoy, conic uiui ten nnd ho convinced. Our Kjiring Line of Shoes for Ijudiw, Mitaa and Children and our line of Gent's Shoes will certainly pleuce. Hunan hud Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable. Yours for an honest deal. Ciiahuh Viii:i:i.i:i:. n., and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. g Accident Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens lie. Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to 10c. 2c. Klght of the leading companies of the world represented, Comiwteln rates with all thecoiuiiaules of thu world, record unsurpassed. Neter hud it lawsuit In thu history of this agency. Ixis.es promptly paid and without dlcount. No walling ividays for) our money. Iiefure Insuring, call on Ir 2c. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Lincoln Bonds for Sale! MAHONY 'J he 8 RANKIN, Iimirunco Men of Stanford. J. C. McClary, Mr Disorders and Rheumatism Elwtrlo Hitter is Dupremo, Only 60c. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. The cleverest imitation of real Colleo ever yet mado Is Dr. Shoop's Health Co lice. It is line in llavor and Is made In just one mlauto. No tedious 20 or ."W minutes boiling. Made from pure parched grain, malt, nuts, eto. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. "Why don't fashionoble people go to Per Cent. Semi-Annuall- y. Stop That Cold 1 o court-hous- iaiM'J .A'lT. n, - Dealer IrT.KarnesaSaddlery, STANFORD, rhone, WT. KY-CC- r'ndortaker Cmfoalmor ard tt Home,fboae t. On HATI7IIHAY. Al'ltIL 10. Iwn. at o'clock J' M.. In front of the court house tloorlu Htauford. Lincoln county, Ky., the unuersigucu win sen puti-lloutcry to the hluhest bidders the atlunula of said county to tho amount of f.SU for e tho purpose of erecting u new In laid county. Ha Id bond w III Iwlssued In three series, to.Hltl Series "A'' of 10JU unit consisting of su bondsof f.'oi each, due. ini )Nijuuit iii in vurs iruiu iny i, iviv, with the privilege of redeeming In 7 jears. Herles"ll"of IIOJUO. cnnil.tliur nf ai lu.n,l of (."ill each, due and payable In 15 years from May I, 1WJU, with the privilege of re. tho circus ?" deeming In 10) ears. "How can they ? They have no child-ra- n Herles'C"uf USJU). conslstluir of ai Ixinii. of SHU each, due and iuable lu years to take." from May I, lis), but with thu privilege of ) edeemlilg 111 IS years. Snow and rain caused damage at Hald bonds will be sold on April 10, lug, ut 1 I. M. aud will Iw Issued Denver estimated at from $203,009 to from 1st day of May, llWi, and bear IntwiuMt s with Interest at Every telegraph wire was per coat., payable $300,000. a IL Cooper. J. H.Owsley, Jr., and V, H. prostrated. llurvh, Commissioners, Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. ' Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H.IB. NORTHCOTT, Stanford, Ky. (HE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO Ducks 10 to 10 Geese 6 to 7c. To check early roldior Orlpp with "Prsrentfcs" tueaus sun dofeat for Pueumonla. To slop a cold with Prsreollcs Is thn to let It run and b cs obllisd to cur It afterwards. To be) sun. will cur aven a duply teatad cold, but taken early at tha snseta stage they break, or head off tbesa airly colds. That's lunly buttar. That's why thsr r called fnvantlcs. PrsTsntlcisrs Uttls Candy Cold Cures. No Quln. in, no pbisle, oothlns tlckeoloi. Met)you ths for chlldrsn and thorouialy sal too. If ftsl cniiir. ii rou Promptness sens au ovtr, inum of snei. u jou also sav half your PrsTentlcs. mar s!r TRANSFER MONEY L0N6 DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RATES APPLY 6o thersts fessrUhness. Dltbtorday. Ilsraln probably lies fnventlcs' treaUst efflrlencj. Sold In boies (or ths pocket, also In 36e boxes of 41 rrsfsoUcs. Insist on jour dxugglsu siting you , Prcvcntics PENNY'S DftUG Tl LICAL MANMER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY STORE. iNCcaroatTKO i. .& f-i- .s rm. . -- to il Ks . . .! -- JL s,s jflsl mtt4t- t.t .i.