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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): March 30, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909033001_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 30, 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. "'1r'nr.A.-Wp-- S '""I'TJ 1' '"()"'' V The Interior Journal. YOL. XXXVII STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MARCH possiblo on tho pirt nf my God. I will not msko Him out worse than myself, and I know that I would rather die than yield my beloved child Into tho hands of my worst enemy, if I had any ower to prevent It. I will not believe that my God stands by and witnesses tho sorrows of His creatures that Ho could prevent nnd vol docs not. "I havo not so learned Christ, Who Is tho bright ness of tho Father's glory and tho image of His person." Ho lived and walked on earth to show us tho Fnthcr. Ho always did the Father's 30. 1909. MO. 92 I V., (By Geo. O. Harries, Evangelist ) ImEven a careless reader will ho pressed wllh Ihe assiduous jealousy exhibited by the Great Creator In His work of "Hestltutlonof nil thlnRs," In keeping separated tho "Things thatdlf-for,- " lest harm should como from their commingling. "And this anxiety has been fully justified by what has followed In all nges, whllo tho work of restoration goes stowly on. Indeed, we may truthfully over that nothing has so retarded "Tho restitution of all things spoken by tho Holy I'rophcta slnco tho world began," m tho confounding of good tho nnd evil, brought about by cunning of tho great Adversary. The lord's proviso In sending Jeremiah out to do Ills work, is tho ono qualification Ho requires of His Ministers NOW. "If thoushalt take forth the precious f romtho vile, thou shalt be as my mouth." (Jer. and tho inference plainly Is, that in caso Ilia servants fall to do this, Ho discredits them as Ills ambassadors, whatever of human endorsement they How thla would thin tho may have ranks of those who claim to speak in God's name In this century, I need not atop to explain. But 1 wish to show that "F.lohlm" "In the beginning" laid down this discriminating axiom most cnrcfully. And tho reason is obvious. On no account will God allow Satan's work to be mistaken for His own, if Ho can prevent 1L His repeated and care-fseparations; His reiterated distinctions In nomenclature; "His line upon line and precept upon precept," all show that Ho foresaw imminent dangers clustering around this jwint, and y endeavors carefully to guard it in possible way. And so It has turned out. The Devil has exhausted his and made his most pronounced assault, just at this critical position. The "conflict of tho ages" rages here, and tho defeats of the Lord's hosts far outnumber tho victories, until, taught by "Tho Great Tribulation," "God's silly sheep," who will learn it no other way, are taught the wisdom that will Insure n final nnd decisive victory In the long 15-1cv-crsub-tilit- y Mrs. Frances Cabell, who has been H"'10 B'ck 'or 80mo weeks, is Improving slowly. W. D. Stsgg nnd George Tucker caught a fine string of bass Friday at Hoy's Mill. . Mrs. W, D. Stagg was given a chicken shower last week by her neighbors O man, believing In tho God will find, on her return to her farm near Kldd's described above, that you will meet tho Devil, when you faco your uod. Wo Store. Mr. John Dldwlddle. whose illness are all going on to .meet exactly tho was mentioned last week, is slowly de God we believe In. And now I chareo you. "Learn by clining and his recovery is not expected will. Do wo find him causing sickness by his physicians. nnd death, storm and disaster? Ho heart this axiom," taught so plainly In Joo Mulhatton, of Iou!svillc, tho healed tho sick, raised tho dead, rebuk Gen 1, and that God makes the A. H. world's most famous fabricator, has calmed tho storm. C. of religion "pure nnd undefilcd" nnd ed tho wind nnd precious from been superceded by the Middleburg corWhy ? Because all was tho work of separata between, "tho tho I. J. tho vile," as God divided Light and respondent of tho Dovil. A very interesting program was renDarkness; Pure and bitter waters; I havo written clsewhcro of the coroday from night. dered on Friday evening at tho Collecc ner's Inquest held over the dead body Land from sea; and God's; the lat Chapel by members of the Hustonville of a soldier smitten by lightning, nnd The former things are ter the Devil's. Learn tho lessons "nil Literary and Musical Society. tho verdict was: "Died by a visitation James Yowcll sold a pair of mules to It, assiduousof Cod." Tho surecon saved by artifi along the line," and teach Yowell bought a ly, to others. So shalt thou bo owned B. G. Cover for $2C0. cial respiration six others struck by the Badghman for $250 "mouth" of God, though thou jack from Henry samo bolt, who otherwise wouiu navo as the "stammering lips;" and and sold him next day for $2C0. "died by a visitation of God." This spcakest with Miss Cora Llpps & Sister will have thou shalt "adorn tho doctrine of Christ soldier may have been n wi.ked man, April 1st, 2nd worthy of the Father unto all their millinery opening and there may havo been somo connec- and walk and 3rd. Don't fail to see the most "lightly tion between cnuso and effect in his pleasing," though perchance hats that have ever been shown case. Hut what of this from n news- esteemed" among men. Also a bran new lino in this locality. NOTG. paper 7 These are tho headlines: "A of notions and ready made skirts. It. This Is nxlom fio of a book of 10 cyclone's terrible work at McCook, Neeon of Prospect, the written by Mr. Barnes. Of it he braska. Church blown down on childI havo Dignity Dare, that was sold by C. C. ren and CO injured, Pastor buried un- snys in the preface: If anything Carpenter last year for $1,000, hai been der the organ and badly crushed nbout ever written or spoken on holy tnemes sold for $3,C0O. Dignity has C5 colts was "inspired." this volurno bears that tho body." "VIsltntlons of God,'(who with an average age of 2J years that permitted It In His wiso but inscrutable stamp more unmistakably than any oth sold at an average price of $611. er I have penned. It was written with I'royldc'nce. Tho theologians will tell Ouito a number of business men and I thought, between us, I thought "His Providential cure "only a step, ns daugh farmers havo expressed their approval over us" was a common definition of me and the other world." His of Danville's opportunity for a populaHere is another "visita- ter (Vliss Marie) is very desirous that tion of 20,000 or more by interurban Providence. book be published without delay. tion of our Father in Heaven." It oc this In addi purpose may lines as recently mentioned. curred in Mexico, Mo "In tho late Any contribution for this tion to passenger traffic, an immense be sent to Mrs. Mary li. Lraig, Stankilldisastrous tornado 12 persons wcro may havo the freight business would be their's from ed nnd nn equal number wounded. ford. Ky. Contributors terIn ono or this point, fed by a Houses and barns were swept away value of their contributions ritory to the Adair and Russell county more books. bodily by the terrific force of the hurrilines. This certainly is the flood tide cane. A horse standing in tho road was of Danville's opportunity and it would NEWS NOTES. raised in tho nlr, earned n considerable lead her on to fame and fortune. distanco and dashed to tho earth with Tired of hvinir." was tho reason The following is a Washington dis such violence ns to kill it on the spot. bv Emma Martin, a telcphono operator, patch: When Senator Bradley reached Trees were torn up by tho roots, n for taking her own life at Paducah. Washington nnd caught sight of his number of cattlo were killed by being Mrs. Pierre Lorillard, Jr., wifeof the first batch of mail, he turned to one of thrown violently against walls and down tobaccco magnate, committed suicide those who came with him and asked: strife. steep declivities. A baby which n man in Washington. The butler found the "Where can I eet a younir man who is Notico how tho Good God "Divides was holding in his arms, was torn away, body in the bathroom. Death was due a first class stenographer, clear of head tho light from the darkness, and calls carried about 100 yards, dashed against to asphyxiation. "Luther nnd clean of character?" tho light day nnd tho darkness night," a tree and instantly killed. Think of Arthur Wi son. a Necro. who was Willis, Jr., of Shelbyviile, Ky.," was savo wilful Ho will by no possibility, those innocent and helpless creatures charged with criminally assaulting Mrs. the reply. "I know him nnd his peo perversity, have the one mistaken for of God, visited by Him in this wise. Or John T. Watson, wife of a sewing ma- ple." was tho Senator's reply. "Wire tho others, and Ho denounces n "Wo" think of Him "permitting" it for some chine agent, was found guilty by a jury him that he can get a $1,600 job if he upon any of His prophets who call inscrutable reason. Ponderoverthe rev- - at Hopkinsville nnd sentenced to be will ncccpt at once." This is tho s "Darkness light, evil goi anu inner elntion in Job, which tells so plainly hanged. wav of transacting business." let us who it is that doej these things; re sweet;" henceforth (Isa. Dr. Edmund Harrison, who has been This young man is the next oldest son see how Satan has "set at naught" member that Satan is the "Prince of at the head of Bethel Female College, of Rev. W. S. Willis, pastor of the nnd carricJ ) He at Hopkinsville, for 13 years, announcthis warning of the the jKwcr of tho air." (Eph. Christian church here. He is holding out his first plan of ruin in Kden, by so turns this blessinc of God into an instru ed that he would retire from tho presi the position down nil right nnd delightfaconfounding "Good nnd evil in tho ment of wreckage and death; given the dency in Juno. Ill health of his wife ed with tho work. tal tree, that our Mother Kvo thought power or right to do It by bod a is tho reason given. that the fruit that has poisoned her people, whom ho hath deceived Four workmen were killed by a fall- A Religious Author's Staterace in all time was "good for food," into believing that God does them or ing wnll nt the vards. room. " BtO'k it, and gave to her and so "ate of "permits" them for some wise purpose. The bodies were recovered soon after Hev. Joseph II. Fesperson, SalisTake the ills of Jesus said: "A good tree cun not bring the wall, which was left standing after sevlife-l- oss of dear ones, loss of property, forth corrupt fruit." Our fall in Gen. the fire which destroyed one of Darling bury, N C, who Is tho author of ns illustrated In Job. 3rd begins with "charging God," put- & Co.'s warehouses recently, collapsed. eral books, wrlles: "For several loss of health, I uut ufUicled with kidney trou-bl- o Wo arc there, all admitted "UehinJ ting thu blame on Him, and it has set Tho Southern Hallway will begin the beyond nnd last winter I was suddenly confounding construction Immediately of freight ter scenes," and know tho the keynote of life. This ono and stricken with a oero pnlu In my kidd ft pcradvcnluro who inllictcd of God's work with Satun's always minals in Atlanta costing in the see neys and was confined to bed eight all of theso calamities. We can brings confusion, of which God is not of JG00.000. The totul expenassisrlnarlv the nrch fiend with infernal joy the author. Every one knows I could diture, including tho necessary real es- da s unable to get up withoutFoley's tance. I commenced taking He had Jo go multiply theso instances a thousand doing his deadly work. tate which has already been purchased, Kidney Kemcdy, and the pain gradual-l- v out of "tho presence of the fold and that there are mere "speci- will approximate $1,000,000. nliated nnd finally ceased. I cheer ho could do anything; for hato, not men" bricks of xthe house "built by All troops havo been removed from fully recommend Foley's Kidney Itemdoes. Yet, wo God" for tho exhibition of His glory, love, is In everything ho the tobacco districts in tho State in ."" New Stanford Drug Co. hear tho honest, but mifguided servant according to theology. I will adduce ono which night riders havo been active for ed attributing all his dread- mnrn nml ntiit tho loathsome record to thu first time since Gov. Willson orderof tho Lord, One of the most significant indus ful doings to God; and we, for whom tell its own story of man's slander of ed tho soldiers to tako tho field shortly trial discoveries of tho nge is claimed wakn-IStho book of Job was written A3 a the good God, nnd tho horriblo educa- after ho became Governor. Adjt. Gen. by George B. Frankforter, dean of the copy Job's words of Ignorance tion we are giving our children, as ur Johnston recalled tho last squad Friday College of Chemistry of tho University as with approval and pass them on parents, before, taught us. "tort from Eddyvillo and says that Irom an of Minnesota. It means, ho declares, coin of the heavenly realm, Worth. Texas, March 18: I ho severe reports ho anticipates no more trouble. that tho United States will produce a current Instead of rejecting them with scorn as snow and wind storm which has raged hundred times as much wood pulp Igno-raNear Death In Biff Pond. tho Devil's counterfeit Job was af- during sovcral days past over the Rocky paper as was deemed possible. m of the work of tho Devil in his It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Mountain country, from Wyoming to Slayer. Kills Would-B- e a flictions, nnd when he learned later on, Central Texas, has been exceedingly Ida Sopor to face death. "For A merciless murderer Is Appendiwas tho author of hU misfortunes, severe upon hvu stock. It Is estimated kcvero lung trouble gave mo lntcnio who ...i.i.,.,,i iilmaolf :" recanted his charg- - that 2.000 cattlo havo perished along MifTerlng." she writes, 'and kevcral citis with many victims. Hut Dr. nml "Kencnted In dust tho line of the Denver. Texas & Gulf times nearly caused my death. All King's New Life Pills kill it by prevenashes." Hut we. with a completed Hoad between Trinidad, Col , and Fort remedies failed and doctors said I was tion They gently stlmulato stomach, nnd knowl-edg- o v liver and bowls, preventing that clog-iln- i' lllblo in our hands, und n full Worth. Texas, during tho past week, tuourablo Then Dr. King's Now that invites appendicitis, curing brought quick relief and a euro of Satan'a agency in tho catastro- und as many more,. North und East of life, ns summarized in the Hook Trinidad. Fruit all killed, Spring wheat so permanent that I huvo not been Constipation, Biliousness, Chills, Ma phes of tho ;oo of Job, still ascribe all to God under just up and kilted to tho roots. 1 nous-and- s troubled In twelvo years " Airs, boper laria, Headache and lndlgosuon. of lllmsy pretext. -- Tho "last ditch" sheep in the midst of lambing, Hvim In Hie- I'ond. 1'a. tworks won at Penny's Drug btoro. of a false theology, that God "permitted will die as the result of tho blizzard now ders lu Coughs nndColds.SoioLungs, a trint.. iirnwnini? occurred in Dan this Devll'8 work raging. Truly, If this bo the "Provi- Hemort lingo, La Grlppo, Asthma, Satan to do It. and nil River at South Boston, Vu., when a For perwas by full approval of God. dence" of God, Who saved Ninevah, Croup, Whooping Cough and all launch, owing to high honest use of the word because there wero innocent children Bronchial affections. 60o und 01. nleasuro steam mission by Jo- but approval. nnd "much cattle," who would havo Trlnl bottlo free. Guaranteed by umtar uim washed over the dam. can mean anything else soph Mcbane, Easley Owens and James doing his I can understand the Devil perished with the sinners of the city, Penny's Drug Store. how-ovClark, aged 30, 24 and 16, respectively, accursed work, because tho Lord, then thu God of tho Old Testament is Thd Court of Anneals reversed tho wero drowned. could noi help more merciful than tho God of tho Now desirous to rescue, acknowledged caso of T. S. Anderson, ono of tho al without violating Satan's Testament. "Tho Lord our God is ono A tickling or dry cough can bo Eden, Ho could, not de- find, and Ho is revealed in His son. Jo- - iened bank wreckers ofOwensboro, who rights. As in with Dr. Snoop's by a delib. was sentenced to three years In the quickly loosened liver our first parents sao sua tho Christ, who always went about on tho chariro of fulselv Cough Kemody. No oplum.no chloronltnntinrv voluntary erate purchase, nnd Satan's doing good nnd healing nil who wero swearing to a report of his bank. A form, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold abdication of his right of conquest. oppressed by tho Devil." I nm Jeho new trial Is ordered. Tho reversal was by Penny's Drugl Store. enemy m God Is just, even to Satan, (Ills vah, I change not; Jesus Christ, tho inado because the trial judge refused pnld his claim against tho samo yesterday, nnd forever. to vacato the bench or order u ciiange nnd ours) and In the heat of tho tariff debate a In of venuo. raco represented In Adam and Evo personal cncountorlbctween RepresenCan you believe, dear reader, that God "Mv threo vear old boy was badly tatives Hyrd, of Mississippi, and Ford-neEden, that Ho might justify them ever did such things Himself; or "per which bcllevo in Jesus. I can under, mitted" them to be done by others 7 If eonstlpatud, had a high fover and was of Michigan, was narrowly stand God's helplossness in virtue of you do, then why do you weep and la- In un awful condition. I gave him man's free will. Hut a delibcrato sur- ment and condole and sympathize one two doses ot Foloy's Orlno Laxatlvo now Cindy Cld Curo l'reveatio render by God, of His best man on- with another over Buch happenings! If and tho next morning tho fever was earth, Into the hands of his worst eno- they come from tho Heavenly Father's uono und ho was entirely well. Fo-- Tablets will safely and quickly check Ufa .imnltf to trv an experiment of tor-- hand, should you not rejoice and give InHtan.lnA T .v.llva ..Villi li I a ...v I all colds and tho Qrip. Try them I.W.VI ...lOJT BWHUW Sold by Penny s when He knew His beloved thanks that His will is being done T A. Wolkjsh, Cashner, Wis. Not I onco and see would fall; nnd this at the Devil's Drug Store. as When sickness comes, a "visitation of Stanford Drug Co. suggestion, I cannot understand, te s, seven-year-olul d ben-ator'- "The Precious and The Vile." God," why do you Bend for a doctor to relievo vou of vour Father's visit? Think on theso things nnd learn, I beg 'Tho Precious from vou to scnarnto the Vile " Wo to them who "charge God foolishly." "Prepare to meet thy God," If such Ho bo, Who does lauch things. How thankful I am that I do not have to moot Buch a God. For you HUSTONVILLE. l You can't if Go wrong In Style, lin Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, you'wear one of our Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. They are reliable in all the things a well dressed man looks for. The latest in fabrics, colorings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Ird, 2-- blood-boug- ht Chic-acr- F jt-ur- s neign-borhoo- This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. be-fo- ro Investigate before placing your order. W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. r JlASm u i. . . - - anuaUt&MUut nt ers GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale --VTA- i. ni m DIs-eocr- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast TlcKets Cood Returning Until May 31st, Wilie for 1909 - ritti ud IfeiaW (older H. C. KING, C.r.A.. 101 E. rUla St.. Lixlnlton, Iw. i)lvirrTrK',r"' T l"''""fw" wrnrww vrtmmJ If you want to keep posted on political doings inlKentucky, subscribe for the y y, HeijtucHy State Journal, i set-Va- w...w 1 The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky, Write for price andparticulars to W. P. WALTON,Frankfort, Ky. - .,v,iJfcA.j. "JaA- ,. L.a1-- a - i j.. iJiL-aiMi- , ., MWMfe-.--' ,icJA.i,ag-J.&'fc- 4 vJUua ., .JM ....aUt.A! M't UUM'W . 'T The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN, m mmrrmmmimwm ' --.ij-fji- atmocrnucpnrty. I of Mercer couiilr. I. n candldntn for Coin- monwrnlth'a Attorney of thl., the 18th auhjtct to the notion of the JOHN SAM OWSLEY. JR.. rnndldntnfor circuit Judge nftul-- , the. Uth illKlrlrt, auhjcct to thu nctton of thu Democratic pnrly, M. C. SAUFLEY Ian cnnilldntfl for circuit Judge of thl., the jam jtiuieinitii.irici.auiijcci 10 me ncuon o( the. Democratic pnrly. Democratic Ticket. Kor Hlnte Henntor, R. L. HUBBLE, o( Lincoln county. Kor Itcpreaentatlre, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY KorCoonty Attorney, W. S. BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D.KSWOPE e. l. Mccarty KorHhcrllT. Kor County Court Olerk, GEORGE B. COOPER Kor Jnller, DINK FARMER Kor POLITICAL. When The Arkansas House passed n stateHave your mnwur tnkcn by it tnllornf ri wide prohibition bill 43 to 33. jierlcnce. Then your clothe., w hcthern low nrlcA hualnr.a tult nr thn Mncat evening John H. Tcrhune, Mayor of fit hntn thnt Indlvlttunllty net and prominent In business rlothea.wlll Indicate they wero in inil to which plainly o nicnaure, will alio ink and political lifo of Indiana for over your for extr Itrouaera, fnnry your mena-urveata, top nm- conl. nnd ororcont. Knll unit Winter half a century, died suddenly. plea on hnnu rendy fnr) our Inflection. Senator Uradley, at a meeting of tho H.O.UUrLKY.TheTnllor. Republican League In Washington, paid Htnnford, Ky. a warm tribute to President Taft, predicting that he would make one of tho EST OPPORTUNITY OF ALL greatest of American presidents. In view of the deficit In the Treasury, Richest and Most I'rottuctHe Land with Unfailing Artesian Wells. DircctorjNorth, of the Census Bureau, his request for an apHevcn hundred And amy nercaof lnnd n. has withdrawn In d fertile ii. thnt propriation of $11,117,000 for tho next clioioinicnnu of the annuy nl the n Nile, ml. well n. iinrt, lonm black nlluvlnl .nil. On It ore census and has substituted a request henvy, rich,iind conatnntly flowing nrtealnn .two boldly for 410.000.000. well., Oiinortliiimnlonenlliriiriil.il aiini IrrlRnto the entire trnct, George fc. uncker,(u Wayno county, clent wnter to nlul nll(1 hnu , w ,l)c!l ,, tvnn f,.,,,. m the imorovemiMit. has announced for State Senator in tho ncce.yiry ahed. nnd hnrna nil new. wnv of . On It 16th district. Tho other gentleman Who growing nnil In excellent condition ure liu price. ironterm, treeaoiiuncreni Iviiriciiea. ror corner want tne republican nomination aro nnd Flcehenrty. nildre.. Kd Lilburn Phelps, of Husscll, and L. T. Nnvnnrennd Crockett atreeta, Hnn Antonio, i ICXHI, neat, oi Auair. Judge H. C. Faulkner, of tho London circuit court, has rcsigned. Hon. Wil liam Lewis, who defeated him for the nomination for the office for another term, will likely bo appointed to suc Wenrulnnoaltlon to do nil klnda of con- ceed Judge Faulkner. crvtlnft. ucli n. lllock Work, rnvcinenl. A WnAinrrlnn ni.nnteh onva that nnd. Ill fnct. we enn lunke nny thltiil from home, down ton fence po.t. Wo cn err nrt--'.- a Lewis Walker, Senator Bradley's lor - you promptly nnd Kimrnnte work nnd niiiterlnl. Cnllnnd Ret our " rlce. mer law partner at Lancaster, and also i you buv ,our- mi,u,I1i . .... ... .. a formerOemocrat, will get the Uis attorneyship now held by Jan. II trict Tinsley, of Barbourville. Stanford, Ivy. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Andot-s6n,Ind., ' I Ordering Clothes H.G. Riffe.McKinney, ' Undertaker. Prompt nnd KfTlclcnt Hfrvlr. InyorNIht. W.H.LAIR.iHustonvllle, Ky hl.MHAT MAHKKrnndn.k.n portion jour pntronnite, "Freah (ioodint the l'rlcea;"la hla motto. llnandded n nice line of (IllOOKHIKH to of Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I dralre to aell prUntelr my atock of flro- crrleanml llnnlwnre. Iklnit n Rood Ini.t- Will Inwilco nliout I,V0, lUn.on III heitltli. TI JKO. I) HOl'l'K.H, Htnnford, Ky. nc. Un". TyVfieur T. F. GROSS, Crab Orchard, Kontucky, la now rrndy to aerve hla old frknd. nnd hope, to mnke ninny new one.. If nu tinte n inuteor hor.e to cn.trnte the work for him nnd hne It done rltflit. lie innkea n apeclnlty of cnitmtliig rldxelliiKa. fleai Walkovers! Just a little neater and just a little better than ever. High Shoes in Gun Metal, Vici, Ox Blood and Patent Leathers, ne CONCRETING Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid !or external use. Zcmo gives instant elicf and permanently cures any form if Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. t ,,.. -- PHILLIPS BROS.. FARM FOR SALE! The farm of ItOncrc., of Rood blue Rrnaa lnnd, llni( one. tntle. North of McKlnnvy.on the Htnnford Hike. lniiiroemcnta nnd fencing good; pienty of wnter nnd fruli. Ann ix ncre. oi iiimiere" mna oue iniici Kn.t of McKlnney; hnlf under fence , plenty of wnter nnd Rood tolwcco lnnd. Hee grow- J.A.UlYK.-VM.AKl'llUK crop. l, JOHN C PEPPLES For Huperlntendent of Hrhoolt, GARLAND SINGLETON ForJCoroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Mngiatrnte Htnnford District, JAMESIMcKECHNIE Kor Constnbia Htnnford Dlatrlct, I. M. BRUCE For Mngiatrnte Crnb Orclinnl District, J. WARD MOORE For Mnglstrnte IIiistnnll!iI)ltrlct, J. K IHELM. SR For Mngiatrnte Wnyoeaburg Plitrlct, JOHN I M. CAMDEM For Cumtnhle Wnynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH As.eor, castle county, aged 43. John Teater, a prosperous Garrard county farmer, is dead. Gov. Willson pardoned John It. Riddle, of Pulaski county, sent up for three years for robbery. The fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Orwin was fitting ly observed at Somerset. Tho contract for the graded school building for Williamsburg I was let to Howard Perkins, of Corbin, for $17, COO. J.J. Wood is dead at Conwny, Rock- Dinwiddie & ry an of goods. up-to-date McKlnnr. Ky. Co., "Black Joe" i$3.50, $4 and $5.00 Per Pair. Alpretty good stock still of WALKOVER heavy goods for this sloppyweathef. . Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carlirje DIGNITY DARE1982. Henry McGowan, who killed Lozier Dunbar in Russell county and was given a life sentence, got a new trial from the court of appeals. Ed Patterson, administrator for Chas. Patterson, who was killed by falling off an L. & N. excursion train, has brought suit against the company for $25,000 damages at Middlesboro. The Court of Appeals affirmed tho $7,500 damage judgment rendered by the lower court against the Southern railroad in Whitley county for the death of George Adkins, one of 1G men killed by an explosion of a car of dynamite at Jellico. and nitro-glycerin- e Wlllmnke theaen.ou of lion lit our atnlile. PjiulleaNorthweat of Htnnford, Ky., nt SIS to I lit ure n UMllK colt. Illnck Joe I. tiy I'reaton Vitt, Kentucky 'a grente.t Middle atnf. Hon, lie tiy Wn.hliiKtonai: Illnck Joe', lit IH'niimrk ; l ilniu dnui l.uclle tiyMe.M-uiic- r llettle Itoblmon by Itobln.on'. Vermont lliiiiibletniilHU; he I. n ery line Indlrldunl; blnck with one white foot ;.tnnd. 15 linnd., weight I Jill pound.; 3 yenra old; line wddler nnd very .liuw) lubnrnea.;of ftno.tylennd action. Hee bliii liefore you tiook your Henaon due If mnre la trnded or pnrteit with. Ml cure will ! tnkeli to mold accidents, but not rrapon.lblu .houldnny occur. marc t - - J. I. KAPHA HONH. Htnnford, Ky. l.ko oy itev. i nomas it. wntte, pas tor of the First Presbyterian church, REVERSA 47162. wt-e1 i and Rev. James Brown, pastor of the 11V.S linnd., fooled In inn, bred by (I A V buy ir, linnd. Iitch, weight Miiliocon First Baptist church, 500 persons raid pound., perfect! aound. Trotted in IM'.rll. Imiullle, K. Trotted n mile In !. hnndllng. Hired br X:lu with three 2.2 nnd nick. fn.t. Ifiia lUedlatlnct cult., ed a blind tiger at Uloomington, Ind llltm .trim, li.ir.ri Ifmn ,.lt f,. uruunl .lulu (.oinUttn Wllki. IVj.:lu', uln !:"7 ll.t. 1(1 m ,n.ui..i .in., .!......,, i.v 1,1. I III 1:10 II. 1. lu 2:li II. t. XI In the J S) ll.t and hauled an ay a of beer and Onind aire twoeolta. Defeated ' bend In iiiikIbI rlnc l In the i:ll ll.t. record, of of illor trotter. whisky. Following"tho raiders were ln'tter J.ai it Hnrrod.burg. I'oln viry kind to brenk nnd nacera with uud unusuiill Intelligent, (irent bnedir One of hi. great grand aou I. credltetl with the prosecutor 'and the sheriff, and for high action colt.. Ureal uniform breed-ir- . i: iH'rforiuer..nnd hi. de.cendunt. In !.i when the place was thrown open the neicr got n wirnd colt. HI. colt tlr.t In ll.t. nil to Id. nra now nliout HTU In iiuinber atnke rlDg fur Jli'i at Hnrrod.burg, lux. I.tdiim t'lnk Htnrtle by MniubrlnoHpirtle barkcepcr'and therproprietor were both Huckllngiolt llr.l lu hiirne.a ring lit Htnle I'.ii.aireoi innnu iinmaoi bz.inci lining villi-tte S.08, Koxy (.'urd S:U7, t'he.ley 1 IV uud Fair, ll"f. i.'iof hlacolt. nxernglngjenr. placed under arrest. If such a method old for nrcrnge price of (lll. IiiiHiri.hlKli other.. CHURCH MATTERS. 2nd dnm Mart tin, by I.) le Wllke . IK, aire khouldera, long, tapering neck, nnd good were adopted in Stanford the blind ti o( 7 anil ilnliK nl lleole lach J .IK1,, John bend. to all. Htmon of 1'V The meeting at the Baptist church at nt P15 to Insure n lle colt or In llu.tontllle T.Sawij.OllngS-llnndKother- . ger operators'would cease from troub $35 the .en.on. .Ird dnm Hllm, by Imp. Iluckden. fur .in. Hawesvillo conducted by Rev. Barnes Money Dignity on dun nt time of llr.t ling forva while at least. Itevera. will make the pre.ent .eiuon at Dure 1. too well known to the .table of Jntnea McKechiiln mnr Hubadditions to the church. make further mention of him met iinrv. resulted in 30 Dignity Dure wu. neerdefentiHl Inn herd ble ut 1 10 to Inaure n l.lng colt. hie Department oi Agriculture is Prof. II. K. Taylor, of Winchester, LEADER. making a census of the birds and finds will lecture on Cuba at the Methodist ring. furnl.hednt SJil per month. Cnre (Irn. t the aainii time nnd place I will .land, acciaent.nnd e.cupi.. but that there are 1,414,000.000 in the Uni- church on Saturday night, April 24. taken to preventhiiuuiu any occur. 1101 re. pou. line black Jack lurinerl: OMIIIIl lT thu ted States. Tho purpose of studying Mnre. iiiomhI. trnded. imrti d with or bred M. II. Kul.mka. He I. it lino Individual and Dr. W. W. Hamilton, of Atlanta, has to nnother hor.e miikt. sen Ice money due. hla colta anuk louder than word, ol til. birds is to find out which are useful and been called to the pastorate of the First riiouo In re.ldence. Corresnondenco ao- - iiunlltle. n. n hniiler. Tbl. will tie hi. third whhh areharmful to the farmer. The Baptist church at Lynchburg, Va to llcltid. D.H.l'AItl'KNTKU, llu.tumlltc. .cnuui. J.K. McKKCIINlK, Hubble Kj. result is that some birds are losing their succeed Dr. Carter Helm Jones. good reputations, while others heretoI Rev. W. A. Burns, pastor, of the fore banned havej.been shown to be Fiibt Baptist church at Nicholasville, Lincoln Circuit Court Lincoln I'lrcult Court. worthy. has received and accepted a call to the John A. I'ltt.. l'liilntllT, N. M 1). Knrr, In ol.'dlence to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, reudereil at the February Madison-avenu- e Vfeiiditlt. otlcof .lie. Baptist church in Cov J no. Both Houses of theNebraska Leg I'ur.iinut tun ludginent reudereil lu the term, U. In thu action of heir., f Cnih a K.Ca.h'. tin under - heir, ington. court nbou.tled nam, and uctlnn nt the Keb- r algncdngaln.t JnoInner will, lietweeu the ulature'have passed the bank deposit I'oiiiiiila. ruary term, underalgnid I'otnml.-.lonethe will U tween lands v. M.,ln front of hour, of and 1 1: ., on guarantee .bill,; championed by Hon MONDAY. AI'UIL, IS the court hou.e In Htnnford, K on It Saved His Log. W. J. Bryan, and it is now up to the MONDAY, AI'ItlLliTJI.ItW fur Mile "All thought I'd losemy leg," writes count) court day oiler for wile nt nubllcout-cr- y iuuutytourt ony. oiler nnd I at nt public blddvr In outcry to the highlit Givernor. Mr.i;Bryan seems to be front of court home In Htnnford Ky , tin. Watertonn, Wis., to the hlghe.t and bidder, theundl-vldequite a power in hi3 home State. This J. A. Swenson, olio llftb lutere.t of M. I). Knrr In the following propvrty 111 Turner.vllle, Lincoln tho and another of his pet measures, the "Ten years of ee?ema, that 15 doctors bou.onnd lot on (Jul Houthwe.t corner of county, Ky. e and lot Imundeil on the Main Htriet mid till pike In Htnnford, l.The North livtheHtiiiifordund Hu.lonvllle pike, nomination by popular vote of United could not cure, hail at last laid me up. Lincoln County. K , thu. de.crllit Ilegliiiilngoii the .Niirlhuixl corner of the on the K.a.t and Houth bribe luudaofJninea HueKlcn's Arnica Salve cured It Then Statss Senator, went through. .MH'ormlck and on tilt Went by the McKln.treet. or sound andell." Infallible for Skin Heernli(e lot on Mainthe cornerthence with ney und CotTey'a Mill plke.contalnliigiibout Mnln.lreet.ttftet to the He liciiiM-- ; tlifliCHiit Inline rlijht nnglea with incre. und SriKKla, 1 here I. a largeon President Eliot, oMiarvard, in his Eruptions, Eozemn, Saltliheum, Uolls, eraiice e till, and dwelling combined uild atreet u.tralglit line through wi.d lotto three-yeu utoiia lu luick alley that run. Kn.t und lot und It I. n .pleudld aland for a general annual report again advocates a Fever Sores, Burns, Scalds, Cuts and We.t.theiKH Ka.t with .aid nlley to corner .tore. "Neal proiierty" which la bounded course for bachelor degrees of arts Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. on .aid alley running North und Houth; S. The on the North by the laud of Ml. Hue t neurit North along aald alley tu the beginand sciences, notes that notwithstand Martin McCormli'k.on thu Kuat by By a majority of 1,300 the prohibition ning. object of McDorinlck'. church turnpike, on the Houth plain-tining the hard times gifts to tho univerThe tbe.nlela to autl.fy and Judgment for fiwxi with niier cent. lu- h Htanford and Hu.tunvllle turnpike (loud forces carried Elkhart county, Ind., in sity amounted to ;G31,89G and once on the Weat by thu lnnd of Mr.. Hen Ti, county, tere.t from MarchMile ISWS. una the co.ta. u contiilulng IwtweenHnnd V iicre.. Thl. lot TKKMH. Tho will Ihi miidii on more scathingly denounces foat ball a local option election. Orange frame dwelling und outcredit of alx month.. The purchnierwtllbu contiiln. as a demoralizing spectacle and unfit whero a second election was held, vot- required to giro bond for the purcha.e price building.. The .alea will ! Hindu TKItMH. oil il ed "dry" by a mnjonty of 677. Tho wllh good atcurlty, hnlng the fori e nnd effor college sport. criHilt of lx mouth.; the purchaaera will Judgment, pa able to the "'wets" carried the city of Elkhart by fect of nUnrlng legal lutere.t fromCommit-uloiie-of tmriqulred to give bonda for the purchuke date to thu price with gooil aecurlt), Bale until paid, The tarifT debate will be continued in 097 votes, but the "dry" majority in the aluiru aoiu. uud nlaoaccured by lieu on Couiinl..luuer, bcurlng U ierpitjalile lutere.t lent, from date of aale until paid, having the the House of Repre3entatives this week other parts of tho county overcame 11. 1'AXTON, M asiku Com'h. J. force nnd effect of a Judgment and accurcd and the speeches, a half hundred at this. Goshen voted "dry" by a maJ. N. H iUipKRM, Att'y for plnlntltr. by lien on the land. Tbunreaent lea.ee. of Irfit No. have thu privilege of extending least, nvill bo made. Evening sessions jority of 7G. their lea.e two jcar from April 1. I'JM, uud Lot No. 2 la len .il until Jan. 1. luin. will be held,' and there appears to be a Oklahoma militia Five companies Com'r. I'. M. McllOIlKHTrt, general disposition to expedite the dis- are in hot pursuit of Crazy Snake, the of cussion so far as possible without in- Creek Indian chief, who, with 100 ThU iiiHgnlllcently bred joung atalllon thu followers, is defying the officers will make Ky., .ea.on of lUiu ut my atuble at justice to any of tho ; manifold Intery of the law, and a bloody battle is ex- Hlnnfiiril. at 111tlietter knuwiinathe Dr. plate) to Insure n living colt. ests involved. a lieuutlful chc.tnut. Dealrlug to change my loiutlon, I will on Don Varrlck I. pected if the Indians do not surrender. In fact back, heavy The chief of police of New Orleans is Threo persons wei e killed, two others abort of thu trotter.bono;la by thethe highest type greut OnHe WKDNKHDAY. Al'HIL Uth. lurj, to servo three months in prison for probably fatally injured and others se- ward Hllv er 8.(6;,, t hut won the S5.i) Trnn-yl- v aula Inn .even lit tit race In luD and the Atmytioniuln I'reucberavllle, Ky aell nt riously hurt in a head-ocollision at shooting at an editor who published an Bryant Station, Pa., between two elec- aniuo year won the $Hi,'l Homier Meinorlnl public outcry the following peraunul AM bent, objectionable article. Good. Wo aro tric cars on the Pittsburg and Butler and the M.luter In broken IjS.iio. und .old fur K1.UJ0 and Don Vnr. .old for 1 milk cow cow, t yearrick la brel exactly like Hpanl.h Qui en thnt ling hellera, nnd rnlf, 2 milkbrooil mure., 1 to seo that newspaper men are street railway. glad Heer calf, won the t3,iUiTrun.ylunlii In 11h, making In foul to jack, 1 three-- ) S II I ley, having their inning and are given proCapt. Frank Hagan, aged 75 years, a record of i.iTand waa cln..ed a. one of the horae, both by Hllver King; a big four, Ixdng the greuteat money lawyers and winner. on the one or circuit luat eur. On- Jennet.; lour-- ) one of the mule, welt broke; S tection in some parts of tho U. S. grand hor.e mule. ; I comcoming politicians in Kentucky, and a former ward Hllwrla by Onward, one of thu ninrei mulej null bnle. of ing .on. of (leorge Wllke.. Robin Coopeii, recently convicted at Prosecuting Attornoy of tho Louisville of baled atrnw, goinlliu. lot ilniu wua thu dam of Dlreitor. the wngou; luirnu.; 1 mowing t buggle uud and Nashville of complicity in the murder Police Court, died suddenly of heart fclruof thut greut family of trotter, nnd und failure. Don vurrlck'a l.t dam wa by Wllke. niachlno; aoine plowAlaoooe. plow gtur Mile. of Carmack and sentenced Jack for n full .later to Thu many other thing.. Tho body of Mrs. Caroline Hamilton lloj.liyoeorgo Wllkea, He I. IHj hand. high, t vear. old, .lied by to Madeline Illnck Cloud. he by Tom Keene. ha. lieu to 20 years In prison, will, it is report- Lorillard, who committed suicido in Wag T.iy, und half .1.1 ,...!..... .1... .I..... ... I,. .later l.li. ,1'a l ; trlnl und Lu good breeder. puice oner my ed, while out on bail of $25,000, bo mar- W ashington on Thursday, was placed ter.rtlW. Hilly Wilton:!. nnd All.. I will ill mine iiuio anil ried In a few days and take a bridal in a receiving vault in Sleepy Hollow Slid dnm Murv, by Hogg1, tlri'y Kaule, thu furm of HSiierea. Tbl.proiertyl..ltuiitHllii dnui of The Wugtsllt,. Madeline I'atclien, County. Kentucky. rMiieiier.v Hie. cemetery near Tarry town, N. V. tbedum of ItublMT tiW. Wlliche.ter t:Mi, and I. olio of theLincoln trip to Europe. farm. Ill till, moit mki It a mare ueionging to jonn wolf, a Hilly wiitou Jivii. unitproducedJm. Conner ol!!cu,l well watered, de.trable'reek nnd po.t lucullty; near church,. chool house, Dr Dun Vurrlck'a dam running Drake. I Mu EuwAiius, of Georgia, is tired of farmer of Graves county, recently droo that paced ll public half mile, on the inriii. truck ut Id mouth. In I :ik, uud .old to througu vuu gooil a nwui i.ii;ii'Boi ooiiuin theeountyiirfoid., both drawing $7,600 for his services as a ped a three legged colt. lunil und ua N W Hubliiger. of New IliiMU, ( onn., for Edward Paynon Weston ral.ul on liemii und tolmcu) huvlil-'Wf- ii Ho is willing to Saturday on his walk to left Buffalo IUi. HheaUo proiluceil Mngglu Igo that tin laud. A gooil dwelllug hou.e on till. member of Congress tho Pacific trotted n half nillu on the aiiiiiii trmkiitli) fiirm of 7 riMiuia, u goon cellar miiuu oin hold the job for $5,000 a year. Accor- coast. uioiitlia In I II nnd Mild for V". vluejnrd mid orclinnl, 1'len.e note thu rich Inlierltiince of apml froiii huute.u kooil miUiv dingly, he has Introduced a bill to reduce Local option elections are to bo held on iMitli aide. not n ml.tliig link for gener- atock burn, toluccoUirn tolmcco.In bit tu 7 a fellow and you can't uvea und hold. on acre ofof i room..Al Thl. ation., llriul to till tho salary of members from $7,500 to in 27 counties in Michigan on April 5. furm, tenant hou.c, ml., the thrie thing, eetry breeder look bind will Iw .old forcu.h orone-tlilrcn.li 45,000. for al,Mtd nnd look. Hee him bvforu and reiiiiilndurliioueand two year, at U per I'alns of women, Iituid pains, or any booking our mare.. Hiaaoii money dim per nniiuin with Hen. Term on per. AN offer for Williu Whltlu, the kid- pain stopiKiil In 20 mlnutos suro, with when mure uru uurted with 10or bred to cent property mmlu known on day of tale. .onul cent, per Hale beglu.nl lu o'clock A.M. Any one uuollier hor.e. Mure kept nt naped boy, to go on the stage at $1,000 Dr. Shoop'i Plnlt luln Tablets, Sco duy and all cure taken but will not be to look ut the properly will cull nt for accident or e.caioa. per week has very sensibly been turned full lot inula on 2o. llox. Sold y Dit.a.d. I'hr.nv, ,",,U,", J.K.HOLT.OIAW. Penny's Drug Store down by the boy's father. htanford, Ky. Capt. Am Uourne.Auct. car-loa- d v..iui-.!..r..i..- .t ter-Mc- e. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. S2e2QSSgSSQSSgQ3S2Sl M PURE OLIVE OIL ! Direct importation from France. The very best for eating and medicinal pur- poses. EQ Commissioner's sale Commissioner's Sale! m rr 1 t, ffl 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart. it f& 7 OS il m PENNY'S DRUG STORE, YH Btamford, Kentucky. ature-boun- atore-hou.- ar ". y The American Fence. The Fence With Hinge Which haii placetl r, Toint And Tension It ia 1 DON VARRICK. in-- Curve, it in tho market IJ0 HiR-cl- well-arme- d Ilnl-le- PUBLIC SALE! to none. bull strong, pig Cull and sec tight, well galvanized anil of tho beet 15erfeiner steel wire. Some interesting prices lor next it. dajs. Seo tho Poultry Fence wo have. CS n GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FOR SALE I 1 ear-ol- d 1 I best-know- n 1 cur-ol- d three-year-ol- d 'il 1 two-hora- u a. Hi-M- 1 lng-to- n d Seml-Annuall- y. A farm on Indian Creek. 1.17 ncrea. SK mile, from uriuled acbool. ut Mlddleburu: niacre in cultivation, real lu timber; gooil dwelling, burn uud nil neieaanry outbuild it lumivvui i.j.po iiai.l jjinva lnit .u ( i.aiumilii )t tnlm 111 .! llna L' lnnd: good orchard ifurui well watered. Call 10. HO), ut I On HATl'llDWrAl'ltll. U. M. 1'KltKINH, oiioraddre.a o'clock I' il.. In front of thu court houao jiuiilleiiurg, Ky, door lu Htuiiloj-.d- Lincoln county, Ky., the undertlgiied f uuimtlouera w 111 aell ut public, outcry to luu hlulie.1 bidder the lamiU of .aid county to the amount of IIS.I.M for STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. tlui purKjo of erecting ji new Thl. lino black auddlu atullluu wn aired lu aulii county Huld Uiuda will Imi..uihI lu aerie., Herle. "A" of IIU.uil bvtlieuriut auddln breeding atalllon. Hid threecon. Ming ol aiboudaot t'ol each, duo Hloniwall, Thl. i oil', dam wu. u Deiimurk und lid pioublu 111 lu jeura from May I, lnv, intire. lie I. n nice con, lie nu. coll. to lllataud ut rito with the privilege of redeeming In T eur. irovu hi. good broiling Inaurti until wciiiiiug lime vvunoiiin lien Hj le "H" of IIU.UO, con. I. ting of l IkiuiU on all colt until paid fur. Darren mure of trail inch, due und puuhle In 15 year Hindu to .land by thelmpreguulor. Wu have from May I, How, with thu privilege ol redeeming In lojeara, iwrfcct auccua. In thl. brei ding. Herlea"('"of llS.uil. coiul.tlug of ailioud ILLY IRECKINRIDGE. of .encli, duu and iiavublu In year, Till, line black Juck wn alrtd by .Major from May I. Haw, but with the privilege, of John D. Harrla' Imported Jack, Ho will redeeming lu lSyeuia, mnke the .ea.on of luw at my burn at S to Hnld lionda will Iw .old on 10, llJli,ut liiauren cult until weiinlng time. HI get 1'. il.nnd will holMiied unit bear lutere.t of Hun la now on my furm to .how for ul. from l.t duy of Muy, mm. with lutere.t ut 4 good briedlug. Ho I. a aure foal getter, jwr cent., puyublu O ll.dooper.J.H.Owaley.Jr., and V. H. A. T.THAYLOIt A HONH. I'leuaaut Hill 11. r. 1), Ho. i. llrecdlng Kuriu, Htunford, llurch, Ooinmla.lonera. . court-hou.o 1 Lincoln Bonds for Salel 4 Per Gent. .prj :.. t. ..W-.- . , ..A.iAa,. . jujwtosavA. mf . JtJt- W,r t.iaaVV wi 1 e- - A J..tJ.4KJfcfeM-- i . Um lafcaJlm ill .V.. uA zssr K Don't She Looked Well Dressed. Kxccpt her feet, because ulio Covert Top Coats ; AND SILK COATS. wrap. Sec our .icw lino of Thin changeable weather demands n light did not have on n pnir of -- NEW ! NEW! No more trouhlc about Needle for your Sewing n new Wo have 3 Needles, Shuttles nnd Dobbins (or uae in All Mako9 of Sewing Machines. SHOES. n "ZEIGLER'S lot-thii- i thco goods. getting Machine. Iks Mid o( you, hut como nnd let un fit you with n pair ol oNvid, cor- Patent or Tan Zeiglcr Shoes. Nothing left out rect, finality rijht, prices low enough. these Mmcs. Stylo Covert Coats at $5 to $10.50. Black Coats at $5 to $12.50. Silk Coats at $5 to $22.00. just put in dock of Nccdlcc, Shuttles nnd llohbins. Conic in and pco this wonderful cabinet. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrANronn, Ky., New Clocks and Watches ler's. Found, a bunch of keys. C. Walton. & C. McClary. SON, STANEORD KY. har- at Muel See my lino of wagon nnd buggy ness. J. Claiborne CUT Glass. I 1; Emery 40 acres of land on the LancasNew selection of fobs, chains, pins, Wanted, a good form hnnd to milk. ter pike, close to the town limits, at etc., nt Mueller's. Address Box 106, Stanford, Ky. FlNB lino of Ueols. Poles, I.lnei nnd $150. .. all other Fishing Tacklo at Penny's For Sale. A lot of roller skates. Want to buy buggy maro or gelding; on I HAVE moved to my store-rooDruK Store. Apply at this office. maro preferred Dr. G. G. Perry. 2t. East Main street and am prepared to PERSONALS. plumbing and tinning. Wanted, to loan $1,800 on real "The Free" sowing machine; none do L, It. Hughes, Stanford. Come in and see the best roofing on better For sale at W. II. Mueller's.' Miss Mauy Biiucb is with Perry vlllo tho market. W. K. Warner. friends. DRor In tho movfng picturo show. For Sale. My homo on Danvillo Mn. C. E. UoilON, of Lebanon, was Change of progrom each Monday, Wed- Ave. All modern improvements. Our line of The pike between McKinney ond the Mrs. hero again Friday. Casey county lino is almost impassable nesday and Friday night. Ellis John You is Miss Oka Enoch, of Somerset, is and very jackasible. The attention of For Sale. I'uro S. C. nrown Log- - Barred Plymouth Bock eggs, 7Gc Pike Supervisor Sam K. Dudderar is visiting Ilustonillc friends. in Ox in will find all laying strain. per setting of ID; Hawkins strain. Mrs. called to Mn A. 11. Kf.veranck. of Corbln, born eggs. Improved the condition of tho road and Ky. S K. Dudderar, Stanford. was with his brother, Wm. Severance. Mrs. It. L. Berry, Hustonvillc, a request Is mado by tho public that ho Etc. Our Blood, Mns. II. C. FauiiIS returned Satur- Phone 83-- rings. For Sale. -- On Saturday. April 3. at take stops to improve it. to relatives at Somerday from n visit beFor Sale. -- S. C, Brown Leghorn i o'clock p. M nt Hustonvillc I will RoniNSON. Mr. J. C. Robinson, one set. eggs from selected show stock; the offer for sale a lot of household and of Lancaster's leading business men Mr. II. C. Goocii, wife nnd sons, of largo size and flno laying, strain. Bus-seis kitchen furniture. Terms cash. It. B. and best citizens, died of heart trouble Somerset, visited relatives at McKin- Brown, Stanford. Ednngton. Sunday, aged C9. Ho is survived by full line of ney. daughter. Mr. Robintho latvst effects and novel de Mn. Lkvi Meyeiw wosnblo to be in All W. K. Warner has moved his tin hia wife and ono town Saturday for the llrst time this signs in pattern hats. Our prices and shop to tho O'Bannon & Warner store son, who was an uncle of Mrs. J. B. year. goodyiro guaranteed to suit purso and room on East Main. Messrs. R. G Paxton, of this place, was a leading MKstiAMES WM. Holtzclaw and Jas. taste. Misses Van Ue veer. Jones nnd J. W. Acey will open a pon member or the Christian church nnd a I'cpples are visiting Parksvlllo relaIn the fine gentleman. His funeral will bo drink For Sale. At a very low figuro tho and soft vacated. cstnblishmeht preached nt 10:30 this morning by Eld tives. he )" room A splendid stand and F. M. Tinder and tho burial will follow S. W. Meneike and son, Sam- Jones resturant. Mns. good chanco to mako money. For parMcKinney has several old gentlemen in the Lancaster cemetery. uel, arc with Mr. J. N. Mcncfee and, ticulars see L. It. Hughes, Stanford. for n town of its size. Mr. James Dud STANFORD. KENTUCKY. family. Powell. Quitman Powell, aged 31, derar, who is in his 90th year, is tho It. Jones, of Cacy, washera Mn Q. For Rent. - Four nice rooms on first oldest. Tho died at Hendersonville, N. C, Friday others are Messrs. James Saturday to seo Judgo 1. W. Alcorn on floor in thu D. S. Carpenter property pneumonia and the remains were Gooch, 85, Lee B. Nunnelldy, 85, K. L. of legal business. Recently repaired and in Hustonvillc. brought to his father, Cnpt. B. F. Pow and Helen in good condition. Cull on or write to Tanner, 80, Reuben Williams, 83, and Misses Saua Curtis ell's, and buried Sunday afternoon nt Hixkcr, of Hustonvillc, were hero with Mr. Carpenter. ' James Linthicum, 75. McCormack's church. Rev. J. Q. Mont friends yesterday. Mrs. S. J. Tatem, the Crab Orchard gomery preached an appropriate funcr Wake up; get up; clean up; paint up nnd wife spent Mr. J. W. Williams milliner, has just returned from the cit- al sermon. Deceased is survived by his a few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. and stir up, is tho good advice Editor ies where she bought n beautiful line of wife and little baby, only a few months Albright, of tho Signul, gives to the Pruitt at Hurnside. Spring and Summer millinery. Call and old. Mr. PowaH had been a member of D. W. VanDrveeu, wife and child- citizens of ML Vernon. Our people see her stock. She will have her an tho Christian cnurch for n number of profit by doing ns ho says. ren, of Richmond, wore guests of his might nual opening Friday and Saturday, years and was prepared to meet his father and sisters here. Mr. Dukky, of Dubuque, la., will April 2 and 3rd, to which tho ladies are Maker. He wns a brother of Mrs. W. Wt: nro glad to stotc that Utile Miss give a lecture at tho Mnccubee Hall, Invited. G. Withers, of this place, and tho sym" hi Adella Kussull Is recovering from an Junction City, on Friday night week, pathy of the community is extended to Mr. L. F. HunuLE, of Rockcastle her nnd the other members of tho beattack of typhoid fever. 9th, in the interest of tho Modern Springs, who camo to Olympian Springs, reaved family. Mn. anh MRS. It. II. Gray, of Ver- Woodmen Lodge. Everybody invited. just over the Lincoln line In Casey. sailles, spent from Saturday until yes. A Card Thanks. I wish to ex- in October last, is still there and says terday with their daughter, Mrs. E. T. tend my ok all of no sincere thanks to the hosts of ho will remain until May 1. Having llcnzley. friends who rendered every act of kind- tried Hot Springs. Ark., Martinsville, Undertaker, is Messrs. W. W. Saunders, Thos. II. ness, and alio for the numerous letters Ind., and other health resorts for rheu Mt Salem. G. II. Saufley and J. O. Iteid oj condolence from friends during tho matism and failing to get relief, he had Shanks. were In Lexington Sunday. They made fatal accident and death of my beloved about abandoned hope of improvement. l'rf)init mill KtUclcnt Hcrtlce Day or Night. tho trip in Mr. Itcld's auto. boy. Mrs. Mary Albright. but was induced to try Olympian G. W. I)n. C. M. Thompson, of Kingsville. Springs. He is now entirely free from Sale ok Bank Stocks. On Monday, rheumatism, has not nn acho nor pain Dealers In Wall I'nper. Also carry a splen-illleaves this week for Jacksonville, Fla., beIt tit. ol (Jroccrlcs.Sofl Drinks, Ktc, April 12th, 1'JOU, county court day, to attend the nnnunl meeting of tho and, using bis own words, is "u new tween 1 and 2 r. M., we will sell public- man." Ho is loud in his praise of Main Street, Hustonville, Kentucky. surgeons of the Southern Itailwny. yard in Stanford IS Olympian ly in court-hous- e Willjfill bill. will water nnd la a good imnM I.awiiorn. ono of tho finest shares in National Bank of Hustonvillc, for Proprietor Sims' enteryoung men in Casey, is III at his homo 10 in Lincoln County National Bank and at Yosemlte or tnwiims. no na urai 20 in McKinney Deposit Bank. The prise. MiMn of !;".'. confined to his bed for over a month. MR. John R. Brooks, of Alanta.Ga. liustonvilto bank pays a 10 per cent, r.H Al Harm. ivMi, Hire of Ciihln Stephenson, of tho L. & dividend, the others 6. Cash. Bnugh-man- , has joined his family hero for n few ami lotliers with trials Irinii ::! to j:ih, Mr. W. T. are me oniv ones una were ecrnauu-le- d llinr-J uncN., with headquarter at Lebanon Harris and Hagin, adm'rs. J. F. dajs' visit with Mrs. Ann Grimes. Mr. lor spe.il. Alxi the sire of on ilam wltli llt. Brooks says that prohibition is doing one In tfiii !(.: sire Mlreil lirCiiiinbettu Id In tion, Is with his sick father and broth Cash. thu :;m Hit. Stephen-son- , more for the South than an outsider 2:1U ulnl neltcr. claluuil to be tliti greatest or, Messrs. W. I. nnd Ugan KU'kl th world, l.t diuu ir Water Wagon. Mine Host Frank can imagine. In so large a city as At mr In tli. ill ulS Willi record, of Dul.v 2:17 to I at Maywood. from tells us movement 2:UN,i liv KlltU'lcl 2:V, Minof llaiiibli'tonlun back from M. Sims, of Olympian Springs, is lantn It was feared tho Mn. A. W. in. dam by Hri'ley" American Htar. KniltwU that ho will start out a water wagon In l In Asheville, N. C. where ho has been u few weeks. It will mako weekly would prove u failure, but even in these ?;?v tiaalllii 2:tt. Iiln UaUKlitera lme KenU Iter, ind ilnm quit k.tcp liy Gtorge. He reports past fow months of trial, everybody s tucky l'rlnce. Jr., lre olJ.Q. i:i;i,, visiting his son, ami danuof IS In the i;:i II. t in trips to Stanford, Lancaster, Danville, delighted and would ote any "wet' his son Improving fast, and as being Junction City and Hustonville and the measure down that could bo proposed, aril dam oy uiu joevsiru ut me umiioi j.u Kentucky. Of iiTi.. of spirits. the best Muiton carries thehtood of four leadlni! people of those places will bo served past winter is tho first that Atlan fumllll'i: lliimliletoalan, Wlll.e,MaiillirlIlo celeThis LITTLE Miss ELSIE COLEMAN with the wonderful medicinal water at American Htar. ta has been dry, nnd business has im Clilef and ilaltoii'scolta liaet;one. iignlimt and debrated her sixth birthday Saturday by their doors. Drop a postal to Mr, proved wonderfully and charitable or- feated the lx'hl In harness clinics tuut roud-litBO of her little friends having some 40or rlngs.they are In great demand, tellliiK Sims if vou want a case and he will ganizations have almost been put out as hlKh an tl." after maturity, yearlings with her and entertaining very de- bring it to you in short order. froin JI.'jii to 10. (Iiillou will stand at myof business. Heretofore from 1,500 to stable:! miles West nf HustoiiWIIu on llradlightfully In their behalf. It was an ia to insure a colt EsTES. Mrs. Lyda Edmiston Estes, 2,000 people have been on tho charity lord. Hie ulkent Is truUt U after iiiik tired exceedingly happyloccasion. helm: Monev due If mare and son, relict of Dr. I'M M. Estes, died ut her of tho citizens of Atlanta, but this past l'lenty of grass al li.M inr mouth, sax ed ex- S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Mrs. Mary C. AliiRJGHT for mares, no other McKinney at 2 o'clock Fri- winter there has scarcely been a call pressly limv Krass lots and slock mixed with large stables fur J. B. PAXTON, mares, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER Embry Albricht, who have been with homo near Mr, mares lo toal. urain leu al cox. day, after nn illness which begun with for aid. Harrodsburg Herald. l'hone In residence, II ustonllleKxcbange, J. W.ROCHESTER. TELLER. their relatives at Mlddleburg slnco tho Orchard boy and She had been in poor health for Brooks is nn old Crab W. M. DODtl. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER death of Manley C.IAlbright, returned grip. HustuiixlIU, Ky. is survived by two is well kown here. Ilrodhead yesterday accompanied by years. Mrs. Estes to OIREOTORSt Bonchildren, Miss Sallic, aged 15, nnd Mrs. C. It. McCormack ond little son. Pence. Mrs. Katherino Vaughn J. D. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford nie, 13. Tho builal occurred in tho McPence, relict of Mr. Adam M. Pence, John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Uan- Kinney cemetery Saturday afternoon LOCALS. A. H. II. It. died at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. kiu, Lancaster; J. Ii. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, after brief services at tho homo by Mr. Walter O. Walker, at 2 o'clock Sunday Hired by Dignity Dure IWrf, lie liy Uhejster Clothes French cleaned. Cook & J. C. McClary, of this piece. DeceasGilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. ue ny lilacs, miuirrei , ue uy aiuk imre lu, afternoon of a comnlication of troubles. William ut. 1st dam Toxaway 7iw. al.o reg Farmer. H. Cummins, Preacheraville; Lilburu ed was a daughter of Squire John Edwas a daughter of istered lit Vol. 10, A. T. II. 1U Hllu by Ab aged Gl. Deceased , Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Fresh salted peanuts, "All Day Suck-- miston, of Crab Orchard, and was a de- tho lato George Vanghn, was'n devout dullah Miimiirino I3H3I. ne ny Almoin (xi),iui limn ljulv Duvls bvClrlt l)iils. Iivllour"Smiling Bills," etc. George D. vout member of tho Presbyterian member of the Methodist church, a lion Chief; 3rd dam Mattle H., by Hireign ers," Light, by r'oielguer, liy Imported (llenco; church. Sho was an excellent woman Hopper. good wife und u kind nnd indulgent lib ilsni lletlWi I'., bvl'unnliigham'sCoppvr- bottoinjotlidam by imported iiujxuru. and her death occasions much sorrow. mntlir-- r She leaves on V 0110 Child, the .Scitk. Aliuont Dare, .o far as e are ubli Only a few more days in which dirt In ill. .over. Is the llrst horse oil record liav Kruo-ge- r, defeating Followino Is the cast of characters daughter mentioned above, but u sister, Ing to his credit the honor of great (Ire, with cap bo bod freo of charge Frit Digmourn his own progeny those of his contractor. for tho nlav. "Mrs. Wigcs of tho Cab- - Mrs. Allie Hail, is also left to nity Dare, doing to with his llrst crop of to bo given ut Walton's her loss, nnd for them nnd other rela- COllS very limeIswiry mine luKnmi,. ni uii bago Patch," erv attractliu horse. Everybody goes to tho moving pic- Opera House, Friday night, April 2: tives much sympathy Is felt. Mrs. lmiiv iitiiul thiswith nlots of weight und llulth, 14 hands high show. You had better join the Mrs. Wlggs Miss Jones; Miss Hazy-M- rs. Penco had spent her entire life In Lin color. Uiy;ut'iion exireineir nign aim ia.l. ture Orfanifct. SS2. Capital SocA, SS 0,000. Hliowsildlstlnct saddle gaits, all teryfast crowd. Open every night. W. A. Tribble; Lovey Mary Miss coln county nnd sho was loved by a and pliasant. A full brotherattoI the great Surplus and 1ndioidtd Profit. S9,000. years for sold gelding, Nettleton, that friends, bhe was an Taylor i.l.nu and to the grtat show mare, Koxy For Sale. Single Comb Urown Leg- Fettio; Miss Lucy-M- iss rs. SallioKuthryn wide circle of , sympathetic Dace, that won mure premiums for the setting of IB. Mrs. Woods; Mrs. Eichorn-Mpaid in "Dividends sinco Organization, S2J, 500. horn eggs, COc for llUllllier Ol snows lintil imj iniiio v.ur siieu woman und n splendid friend of tho liy Dignity Dare. Beazloy; Mrs. Shulli Miss Mary M. Cress, It. F. D. No. 4, Stanford. uvr.. it nut fur iwotiiltnli coining mill m J. Snviio 9oift Accounts on Our Asia Miss rBerta Jean Penny: poor and unfortunate. Sho will bo sad-l- v he would easily bau won thu Htate's Huddle missed bv her many friends and ac Championship, ruisiiorsuof isu resun 01 a In our mention.of tho death of Dr. J. Australia -- Lcttlo Walker McKinney; tint ery best long and careful mating In blood T. Wesley, of Mlddleburg, wo failed to Europena-Ma- ry imooro nancy; air. quaintances but none will feel the loss the country umirdcd.nsIlls Licking,(ilbraltnr Is DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. Isaiah Wesley, of Liberty, Stubblns George Hopper; Mr. Wiggs so keenly as the daughter, with whom and Individuality.rapidlystrong at Mm. Hee Includo Dr. proving nnd his colts are paid, lie lter F. Held, In tho list of his .children. sho mado her homo and who sho almost tills horsu and )ou will lie well our stable, I, S. Hocler, President;, J. II. Uaughuian, - Dr. T. W. Pennington; Mr. of IWU at will iiiuke t lion-aton M. D. Elmore, idolized. Brief funeral services were tl, miles from Itustomlllu on thu Huston-Mil- e J. M. I'ellUJ, Milburn; Billy Wigga-JuS, T, Harris, a car of Webber Wag. A Liberty pike, at U to Insure u ilWng Just received II, C. Haugbman, J, F. Cummins, held nt tho Walker homo at 2 o'clock colt. Mares traded or bred elsewhere renChris Hazy-ltus- sell R. Newland; ons, also wo havo on hand Hoosier Corn of such John . McHoberts, Cashier; due at S, T. Harris, ao. C. Kobiosoo, Tommy Dorothy Tribble; Sher-iff-- yesterday afternoon, at which Rev. T, ders teusou stand atime Jack attransaction. . mule Will also Drills, Disc Harrows aid other farming Brown; II. C. Baugbroan, Asst. Cash'r W. 13. OUannon , S. Hocker, W. Barker officiated, and afterwards Jones-Pr- of. (Irasa furnished lu abundance at 11 per J. 0. Martin; II. us before placing See Our pursouul attention to all stock implements. C. E. Tate. W.W.Saund'ers.iJoos'keeper, Alfred the remains were laid beside thoso of month. not be responsible for accidents, - N. WIgginton; Brother Spicer but w III order. Coffey & Bishop, MoreK, H. rOWKLL A BON, HustouYlllt, Ky, ' her husband In Buffalo cemetery. Pence. - Mawii 110, 190 flatwaro at China nnd Solid Silver W.'H. Mueller's. Eggs for salo from Red hens, Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese. Mrs. W. J. Edmfston, Crab Orchard, Ky. Mns. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. 0. Mnrtin Kate Miller sold to Mr. S. J. OXFORDS ! Children's, Misses' and now complete. Ladies' Oxfords o. 3 ... - ll styles the latest prices Tans, Patents, are right. Make your selection fore the stock picked our. We also Hosiery to match. have a HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Fashioned to Fit, feel Good and Satisfy. A -- m PAIR OF SHOES -- Thomas Wilkinson, That willlmeet doubt Our these requirements eagerysought for by every man. Armstrong&Co. il "Eclipse" Shoes For Men the ndver-tisome- nt G ALTON 12910. One trial convince you. We want you to inspect them. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Stanford, of-MU- CAlir-ENTE- Cbe Cinco.n County national Bank Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,ooo.oe 38.000.O0 340,000.00 Almont Dare 3228. u-- Jfii'rst Tfational Sftantj Sianford, Jiy Hlg-pin- s: Jas 7rits -- Bob-Wa- mes t; Li. li inn iirnnrrrtWiinr"ii 'nm-fr- n f VfTT-alh- l ' -- nil r fiif- k v i mm y i mf!fmm i m nm?- - iiitiijf t .,- - r; r miiaasi n V. L. i The Interior Journal. Fort'Office Mnttrtdinlke at Stanford 01 weerwfelau molfrr. Si N. No. TIME THBLE Jl.Houth.lliMr. M. M FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Will Lynn Wood sold to Adam Penco a maro for $155. Extra Rood seed corn for sale. Dr. Hugh Reld, Stanford. John Fields sold to F. L. Thompson, a fine young gelding by Anticarlo for $200. No,r,SiMP. No. 17. 10:17 A. No.Sl,Houtll,ll:iH A M. No.Jt, North, 4110 A. M. No.W. North, S:JT P. u. M. Every person in this city who issuf-crin(torn Eczema, Pimples, Dand. rufi or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi e'1 ZEMC external use. All durccs PENNY'S DRUG STORE. g JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. The Truth A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst, Ky. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Tho noted stallion, Sir Dixon, owned by Col. E. F. Clay, of Hourbon, was so Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in badly hurt in his paddock that ho had to be killed. tho Owsley Building. R. S. Scuddcr, tho McKinney horse man, sent us word to save him space to Insures Tobacco and Tobacco advertise his fine string of stallions, so watch for the "ad" next issue. R. M. West & Co. have purchased Nothing But from Madison county parties hemp to the amount of 700,000 pounds, paying from $5 to $5.50. Lancaster Record. The great saddle stallion, Preston, Tbc Insurance Man, will make the present season at J. C. STANFORD, KY. Bailey's stable In Crab Orchard. Watch Itetldence I'bone 36; Ofllce, 5. these columns for his description and pedigree. Insure with me and be fully Watch out for the pedigree and de protected. scription of S. M Owens' good stallion in our next issue. Tho Warfield has wintered well and is in fine shapo for the season. Js r hmlnme. Urge young Jersey Hull, deDon Varrick's description and pedi scended from n long una unbroken lino of the most noted bulls and cows on tho Is- gree appear in our advertising columns Jersey Knglaiid nnd America. Ills land of Ire Is one of the liest hulls ever Imported this issue. Read about tho great son given and bis dnm Is a show cow that tins you 65 of Onward Silver and talk to or write rich milk In one day. If Iwundsof begets Like or the Likeness of tome Ancestor" nnd hne a strictly good the owner, Dr. G G. Perry, for furth cow, you should nvall yourself of his er particulars. lie will honllowed toscro n limited Your attention is called to tho adver number of approved, registered cows outside of our on u herd tills year, for a fee of tisement of S. T. Harris' and Robert 13 each. Make engagement tiefore sending KKIH AOTTKll, cow to be bred. Woods' splendid stallions, Ashland Htnnford, Ky. Telephone HO. extra if. II. We have to offer three right choice Brook and King Eagle. The former is prices. a richly-bre- d fcull calves that will bo sold nt trotting stallion and tho After April 1 , next, neither opium nor any mixture or compound containing dressed. Fon Sale. COO bales of good No. 1 or representing opium in nny form, wheat straw. Robert Leigh, Shelby can legally bo brought into tho United States or nny of its outlying possesCity, Ky. Pure lioono county whito seed corn sions except for strictly medicinal purat $1 25 per bushel. W. E. Moss, Lan- poses. caster, Ky. coughi, Foley's Honoy and J. Tevls Cobb bought of Lewis Neale quickly, strengthens Tar cures nnd extho lungs a farm of 200 acres near Doonsboro in pels colds Get tho genuino in a yelMndison county, for $13,000. low pnekage NewStanford Drug Co. R. S. Scuddcr sold to W. P. Grimes a sorrel gelding by Red Hex, EGGS FOR SALE! ho by Rex Peavinc, for a fancy price. Fort Sale. A number of big, nice Thoroughbred H.C Ilrown Leghorn eggs, marc mules, good workers, four to six from selected stock. IirpSIH.ti llltOWN, years old. S. M, Owens, McKinney, Htnnford, Ky, FRUIT A Madison county woman claims to raUo a breed of hens that weigh 8 lbs. Don't drug the Stomach, or stimulate tho Heart cr Kidneys. That Is wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that aro crying out for help. VltitlUo those weak Insldo controlling nerves with Dr Slioop's Restorative, and sea how quickly good health will conio to you again. Test It nnd sco I Sold by Penny's Drugstore, M m I I m LV LV USafavsaahr UUWM9MWMWMWM aJrfjVP lr j'tiJtWMMfi f lV LV Km taV aV asW HI i BLKVBLrssHkHBBsflftVlslsssssssKV T n j. t ORNAMENTAL JTREES. Islington, Ky. i nis Planter nas oeen on tne marKet tor years and there is no experiment as to whether it will work or not. Can furnish the Disc or Runner, Edge or Flat Drop. Kverythlng for Orchard, Law nnd Oar- li den Write for catalogue. II. K, IIII.I.KNMKYKIIA HONH. E. T. FENCE, STANFORD, KY. Alfalfa, hogs and cattle coma to Ilutler Co. Send for list of Improved farms. Address, J. K.WI:hT. Augusta. Kns. , If You Want To Crow Corn, larns. Insurance. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Jesse D. Wearen, I I can furnish tho nubile with tho best, as well as thu freshest of cut flowers, plants of power Uillernnd engine nnd sawall kinds, bulb., potted (lowers, on short of wreaths mill for sale. Will sell clllicror loth. notice. Also make a for for funeral purposes. Oha. K.MaiMrf.Ottenhelm, Ky. In connection with the alove, I lime all I'ostutllce, Wnynesburg, Ky. kinds of vegetables on hand nt rvnsonable FOR SALE SSS psp a 2. ! 5 C) s- - a. a . k prices. OlIItlHTMAN'MUKKNHOUHKH, Kn HiniiiAHn, Paint. Htnnford, Ky. DEITS COLLECTED. We lollect notes, claims nnd accounts In HOYDX COLLKCTION A(IKNU I . ( Safeguard the Future The safest, surest and most Adequate gunrti lor ine nuuro is a policy in nnypart of the L'nlted states. No charge. ! unless collHcteit. Collections promptly re- mltteil. Try us. Somerset, Ky. . yafifl B WZ Adorina's Fox f r"9 WH O s safe- - The Josaph Pries Sanatorium, North Lnncnstcr Street, The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. It Is Hft iC3jTr Life HUH o g- - g.Btr tanford, Kentucky. e. conspicuous for economical management, liberality of Its txilley contracts, fair For Treatment of Diseases of the K)e, Nose, dealing with Its members and large returns Throat. Kar, tlenlto-rrlnnrItectal Organs, Nenuus System nnd surgery. to iKjncy nouiers. The company is Juit entering the of a successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined. Write for cos 5 c ? . 5 Oi -- u. " SIXTY FOURTH YEAR MASONS' MEET. Lincoln UnlgeNo, m. K.A A.M. will meet In statel communication on each nrst mid third Mondny nights of each mouth, nt 7US) o'clock In thflr ballon Ualu stn-et- , Stanford, Ky. Memliers of sister lodges nre to li present ( L. lVuny, W..M..T. W l'enntiigton.sec. At McKinney, Ky., ney Trouble nnd all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal. It Is munu- fHFturetl under the mire food act of June 91, IM.niul cuamnteed bv the manufacturer If the ltemedy t taken according to directions oy iinu li lie or sue is noi ueneiueuyour uiu use money. of the Itemedvweulll refund "We can do nothing more. Kach package contains ail Uom- with n registered guarantee and mailing curd with full lust Auctions, We tend it to any uddrest by mall on receipt of II iwr pnekage or six packages for S3. Better order n box If taken In tlmevou mlclit sae a bl doctors bill ltemember If ou take the ltemedy according to Instructions and are not benefited. you get our dollar back, lou will not nnd the remedy In drug stores I for sale. It bv our duly author zed agents, li sold onlyIlfcUHKN vVILLIA.Mrt, Agent. - llnd our Htandnrd ltemedy, the frentest blood and liver medicine yet known lttieuniuilsin. Halt ltbeum. Kid Toucan It FURS Hid and 33 Wo euy Wool 'smSij' ArJer7'1 ra KY. mjrjmr?j FeMthersvTallonr,Bteswaz, f ColienSeaL(YcSawRoct),Mr Apple, Wild etc We are dealers; etttUJini io 1856 "Orer halt a crnturr la Lowivi2e six can do better (or you this scroti or cosacuidoa ioerchiats. Reference, sey BiaL io LouuriJe. Wrile (or wceUy ' i sod i!prsng tics. r !M. particulars, stating ago and whether limp rled or single to It. M. NKWLAND, Hpeclnl ARt. Mjers House t lata, Stanford latter is a royally pedigreed saddler. James I, White, Messrs. Harris and Woods also stand Solicitor for Hockcastlo Co. two great jacks. I Gov. Willson has offered a reward of JlW lor the apprehension and convicLincoln Circuit Court. tion of any person scraping, salting or In obedience ton Judgment of the Lincoln or sowing grass seed in or otherwise de circuit court, rendered nt the Noiember term, 1W7. lu the action of K. K. llolibltl stroying in any way any tobacco plant against Jesse (luest etc., the undersigned bed in Caldwell or Christian counties (Jum'r wlllon ilON HAV. Al'ltll. 1STII, liu. since March 1, l'JW. the reward is county court dav lu front of the court house In Stanford, Ky., sale at good for CO days from date nnd will be siiuarn outcry to the hlghe.toiler for bidder public and lest paid for each person apprehended and a lot of about:!) MUare poles of land, t't miles Houth of ('ran Orchard, In I.liicoluCo., convicted. Ky.. adjoining the lands of K. K. Ikibbltt. Shelby Owsley, Ann Uuest, and Ixgnn N. M. Burgess, of Sadicville, bought Guest. The object of the sale Is to satlofy tin-- Iodic of Lee Houston, of Harrison, 32 fancy for lo with Inmeiit of deft J. K. cattle for July delivery at terest from Sept. lloldam and the debt of St, lvl olalutltr Ilobbltt for llAwltli Interest from Ge. J. T. T. Hedges, of Bourbon, re- Keli.t, Inland ll.tJ costs beside the coats ports 1GG thrifty lambs from 100 ewes. of this action. TKKMs. The sale will be mnde on a Four of thu ewes gave birth to triplets. credit of six months. Ilond with sood se curity for thu purchase price, Ik arlug InterCorn is now worth practically $4 per est from date, bating the force and edectof barrel and in order to obtain that price a Judgment, and also secured by lien, on the w III lie required of the tiurchaser for corn fed to cattle, expert feed land J. U. I'AXTON, Muster Cum'r. ers claim that the latter must bring seven cents per pound. Paris lnltl Commissioner's Sale Notice Poultry Raisers ! Now 1 the time of ear to fnil jour fowls a good tunic, cures Cholera. (iaies, Houp, canker and Limberneek. when fnl at a preventive It not onl) keeps them healthy itinoEVuniii 1'rlcefti cents, no cure, no iny, guaranteed by your druggist. ileo.L. Penny, try It under the guarantee, Ask for booklet oil diseases of N)ultry. but makes them lay. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. li ipr tz o g hi p SOg. j s" C trsBt w. 5C2p sc g . P ri S. D. CARTER, Now Livorv 1,500-poun- d Dopot Stroot, Phono 06, MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Hustonville. Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SE- - STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ZEMO, The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen In tho red (ace, hands and body of tho little son of H. M. Adams, of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight from eczema had, for1 live years, defied all remedies and battled the best doctors, who said tho poisoned blood bad af fected his lunss and nothing could save him. "Hut." writes bis mother, "soven bottles of Rlectrlo Hitters completely cured him " .For Eruptions, Ecema, Salt Kheum, Sores and Blood 223 C. Mrlt Sabcl & Sons, St. lOUISVIUE. J, L.Beazley&Co., I- - Disorders and Ilhoumatlsm Electriu Hitters Is supreme, Only 50c. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Here and There. There aro nearly 800 cases on tho docket of the Franklin circuit court. William K. Hall, an Undei takers and Embalm Alio Dealers in Furniture, Mattings, Rugd. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give ThfmnCall. Prices Right. ere. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, fceuier inlHarnoss,!8acitilory, STANFORD, - KY. 0 M in?ne, 1ST. QwHrtakcr Embalmor and Hoiuejl'bous soldier aged 91, dropped dead at Whites- burg, Letcher county. While the Bessemer and Lake Erie railroad train bearing Mrs. James II. Boyle, implicated in tho Whitla kidnaping case, was making 30 miles an hour at Valencia, north of Pittsburg, Mrs. Boyle made a daring but unsuc(No, 2.V1.i cessful attempt to escape, Mrs. Boyle & It King Kngle Is 11 hands MAHONY Vol.3. A. H. was taken to the Mercer county jail high, dark bayII. s with flow lug inane and tall, goes all the gait with plenty of spin I, stjle Mercer, Pa. at The Iiidiirnnco Men of Stanford. and action. 2YA, he Hired by Simple Remedy For La Grippe. byl'KDKiiiKK.7(5, he by Ilo)al King,Jackson, On Time. stonewall dam .Mollle li. Lu grippe coughs are dangerous as :MI, Ho)iil King's 1st tire Ciilibvll's .MouiiW. was by thu noted Isling isi nip, they frequently develop Into pneu- ton r. s. King r;ai(iir lie byuam King :bju, . ha-Old shub, Kagle lllrd, Jillt monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not gle, 7a. 2d dam by Hed lion, ard dam by Harris' lleiimurk. lie by Miller's Jieumark, only stops tho cough but heals and O, Ith dam by Jim Hell Ithorotighbred.i Weak Kidneys, tartly point to weak kidney Nerves. Tha Kidneys. Ilk thoUIeart, and U strengthens tho lungs so that no seri- a NorK. King KiigleUucombliiidstullioii, breeder of Hue colored and high sty lid Stomach, Bad their weakneu, not la th organ o ous icsults need bo feared. The colts, they all having le, style mid action. ItMll, but In th nerves that control and find Ho lusttoraur Foley's Honey und Tor contains the sired tliiicoll that won tho !) stake utr and strtmrtheo theui. Dr. Snoop'sto reach the la a medicine tpecincally praparwl Stanford Kiilr.aud tliolKOstaktiatI.au-castedefeutlug here four of To of the no harmful drugs and is In a yellow great Hex 1'euvlue. ThUgut the get Knglc'v controlUnf nerves.watt doctor the Kldnejt alone. Is luUlt. It It a of time, and ol mooer u of King package. Refuse substitutes. New was second lu the stake nt Hnrrodsburg well. If your tack aches or It weak. If tha urlna with 21 entries and defeated the colt that St a n ford Drug Co. sou this stake two nut of three shows Ills scalds, or li dark anddistressing you tiara jmptotn ttronf If of Hrlfhti other roluure In demand, bring the highest prices. ner disease,ortry Dr. Snoop's or dangerout kid. The Mt. Morgan Coal Co , In Whitley King Kugle will make the present season at Tablets or LlQuld and tea ltestoratlva a month what It can and will low price of US to Insure u living cull. county, will close down on the Will ulsosUind the great mule Jack, Jim do for you. Drugs 1st recommend and tall account of dull times. Keene, at 110 for mures and fai for Jennets to Insure a IH lug coll. Jim Keene, sired by 1st dam the Imp. Theoloverest Imitation of real Colleo the great Hlll Keene, by HeecherbyJim Keeue John Well. 2nd dam w ever yet made Is Dr. Shodp's Health Is VH hands high, black It hwhllo points, u great mule Jack. Coffee. It Is tlno In ilavor and Is All of the above meutlomxl stock will make 2'. made In just one minute. No tedious miles the season of luoo ut our stablecity We.i of Stanford on the Shelby 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from pike. Marea traded, purted with or bred elsewhere forfeits and money pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. U'coines due at thethe liisuruucotranmctlon. time of tucli Kor further Informitloncall on or address Sample free. Sold by Peiiny's Drug llrlg-iiollixtt-ui-Ing a scientific preparation fot external use. Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin O'o. I17M.I Eczema r.Jickly yields and is bv Kugene Iluck- - diseases. Vol. 17 A.T. II. It., Ky i and Ilrjfc vss pcrmanist!' eurtd by this rmrVhle foaled ll'l, solid buy with left hind foot medicine. All Druggists. Write for samwhite, stands IS, hands high. I'KlilcillKK Hlrtil by silent biook. No. ple. E.W. RoscMed.Co., St. Louis, Mo. lltfti'i, record ?:KlSi. the sire of .Margaret Penny's Drug Store. llatlicate.Slll1, lliltle Itrook. (.li 2:17V llellhrouk, llrook. ill , M.lul. L'l,,.., kit...... :;17', Jennie...... It....... ail,1, .I.. and Ituniilng llrook, 2:.. Silent llrook by liarknlglil. No :NW, the sire of Henroh-ligh- t 2:111', llrlghtllght, nnd Valpi, & 3:1V1,-' Irkulght sired by Alcyone No. za, record 2:27. Ashland llrook'n 1st dnm lluim Wren b) Ashland Wilkes, 21; record 2: 17V the aire of John It. CJeiitry,2:iuS. sail) 2:uHl,i Asblaud Wilkes lrwl by Hid Wilkes, lt'l'i, lie by (leorge Wilkes, mtotiiI dam, side Lilly, bv IVetcnder, UM.anl dam by Jim .Monron.sVi. Notk. Ashland lliook Itnbundsoiiio fellow with lots ol ulstiiiice, has u hold way of going with spied, stl and action. Ills oldest crop of colt, are two year old. and they are all oue could expect, they all Waring good colors with plenty id size, und great style and finish, Ashland llrook will innko tho present seanou ut U to Insure a UWngcolt. Will iiUostnnd the great mule nnd Jennet Jack, Hilly Keeue, ut tlU for marea and IA) for Jennets to Insure a living colt. Hilly Keene was sired by Tom Keeue; 1st dam b the Imp. 1'alerino, Sddumhy Itvl llulilile's l'rlnce, the sire of Jou Hlnckburu nun Hilly Keene stands full ID hands, Klght of the lending companies of the black, with white points and nan lineder Is unsurpassed its mule or Jennet Jack, his colts world represented. Uouiietln rates with always bringing the highest prices. Mares nil me companies or (lie world. record unsurpassed. Never bad n lawtraded, uirlcd with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and money become due suit In the history of this agency. promptly paid and without discount. No at the time of such transaction. waiting oldavs for )our money, lleforo Insuring, call on Iji-d- y ASHLAND BROOK, Eczema is Curable ::!,. Mahony Rankin, To-le- INSURANCE, Fire, Life, Prices lioyoml ouinpetitiiui. Wo nlso slate that Styles tip to the luiniito. mid lie our Spring Line ii now winplele. To nivo money, come and convinced. Our .Spring Lino of Slioca fur Lailio, Minxes mid Children and our lino of GciiI'h Shoot will certainly pleaco. Niiniiii und Vulkovcr lines mo hummers mid aru utrictly reliable. Yours for tin honest dcul, ClIAIILIX WlinilLKH. Accident and Tornado. Farm Property a Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs, ! KING EAGLE. !.ot Hens lie. Roosters 4 to .4 Chickens 9 to lOc. RANKIN, Ducks IOto 10 Geese 6 to 7c. 2c. 1 Weak Kidneys ( gen-uln- Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. v Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H.iB. NORTHCOTT, Stanford, Ky. - f HE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RATES AfTLY Dr. Shoop's PENNY'S DRUG S, Store. H.T.HAUltlbA l'hone T, Wug a. ItOHT. WOODS, Restorative STORE. Tt LtCAL MANMER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY Btanford, ICy, INCORFOIItTCO