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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE INTERIOP JOURNAL 0 XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 2 1909 MO 10 1VOL A Plea For Greater Educational Facilities The riches of the Commonwealth Are free strong minds and hearts of health And more to her than gold or grain The cunning hand and cultured brain Realizing this the writer of this arti clo was constrained to make a plea for Increased facilities For the last decade educational progross in the South has been general and it has been very marked in our own sister States adjoin ing Kentucky Lot us put Kentucky In the vanguard by encouraging every forward movement and moro especially our recent new laws Public High Schools are experiencing an uplift and may be greatly benefited by the State wide movement if each one will look forward and not back and lend a help h leg hand Let our own favored county I one of tho original three be a fac tor in this work If there bo a strong pull and a pull all together it will not be a long pull before it can be said that Stanford or Lincoln county has one of tho leading county high schools And all becauso she went early and earnestly to work Let us not permit tho now law to be a Waterloo for tho mind and soul of tho child Is tho prlco we pay for our educational Waterloo Somo ono may say the old law Is good enough for me Every advance educationally or other wise Is made by a struggle Do not choose thq line of least rev sistance and follow old codes because most convenient but look Into tho fu turo and rout principle and public good before convenience Let not humanism or future good bo sacrificed to the ne potlim Degreed of tho present It may Ibesaid that our environments aro such we can not change or revolutionize the school law To this it may be an swered that the human race has devel oIled so far In Its progress through tho ages as to make environments to suit Its present needs Admitting this to bo true it behooves tho present gener ation to form a moro splendid educa tional environment and thus pay anun toll debt to the children of this and fu ture time It has been said that no op to the new law has been found jpOllitlonwhere it is not understood fheI superintendents who object findI I their basis for objcctiot In tho fact thatI it entails more labor or their crystal lized habits of thinking make It Impossi ble for them to view with approval any I new or forward step A fooling of altruism and universal brotherhood is characteristic of this ago and let us harbor it in part and promulgate it largelyAll note educational progress will remember tho whirlwind cam paign launched by our uptodato State superintendent That was an educa tional revival but like all revivals its true value lies In results and not in fuss and fury lasting only through tho fow 11 days of tho meeting To allow any part lagt7I on account of neglect or sort of interest is to pay a high penal ty for failure Profiting by tho experiences of the past wo should rise upon stepping stones of our almost dead illiterate past and strive to achieve greater things Tho reader may wonder what Is tho purpose of this article First it is to stir up more interest In school work and next to encourage all interested in education to work moro diligently for tho educational betterment of our county by tho establishment nnd malnten once of a county High School With our educational forces divided we are weakened but united all the hosts of ignorance can not daunt us Then lot us unite in trying to carry out tho new law in full to tho letter Do not let the gathering birds of prey should there bo any such in our midst foist a plan not In harmony with State codes I firstrschool laws of Kentucky I Within two years after the passage nandapproval of this act there shall bo established by the county board of edu cation of each county ono or morbcoun i ty high schools provided there is not already existing in tho county a high i cbool of tho first class If such high pr school already exists and if the county board may bo ablo to make such an ar rangement with the trustees or board of education of said high school as will furnish to tho pupil completing the ru ral school course free tuition in said 4high school then said high school may as meeting tho purpose of this law without the establishment of another high school The county boards are hereby given full power and authority to make such contracts as f they may deem necessary for establish 1 ment and maintenance of such high schools for the joint use of tho county and such city or town Tho first coun ty high school to be established In the coun shall be located at the county 1 seat provided there is not already ex isting in the county Beat a high school required eto 4- i Tho Stanford High School tho ono school in the county maintaining a full four yoara course according tothe last school directory of the State just is sued by tho State superintendent All interested should read Chapter 8 in full for complete information Our purposo Is herein set forth State Supt Crabbe says in a letter to us that our high school course is acceptable to the State Board Then let tho county board who knows itA duty and will do It appear before our fiscal court and ask them to make a levy and aleomnke arrangements with tho Graded School board for the establishment and maintenance of said County High School Many of tho counties havo already made their levies Some have made tho full amount of 20 per cent Let every one who has at heart an interest In tho betterment of our boys and girls see to It that the hopes of this now law spring on exultant wings of action Can any ono bo so nepotic or so utterly dis regardful as to deny this countless her itage to our boys and girls of a more substantial character 7 What is tho utilitarian view 1 Has it a benefit 7 My answer is it has There are many but we wish to speak of tho High School section an excerpt of which has been presented To every child in Lincoln county who has paused the grades or common school branches thero will bo given an opportunity to attend a firstclass high school free of charge It will centralize and unify tho school interests of the county by giving all instead of n few an interest in tho Public County High School It will disseminate the spirit of advanced educationIt to the advantage of all concerned to combine the County High School and tho Stanford High SchoolI Why 7 First front an economic stand point The same management can govI ern both and there will bo a saving of at least 700 or 800 In tho next placeI Section 93 of tho new law suggests thatI the county board may mako arrange month with tho local board of education for uniting tho interests and thereby establishing and maintaining a High School of tho first class for uso of both city and county It has been said that economy Is a splendid virtue when principle and public good arc not at stake Here both are enhanced The estab lishment of the County High School after tho manner herein suggested will bring pupils and patrons of our county into closer relationship and freo tuition will be furnished all within the borders of our good county The last word it talk High School Talkeducation Preach the gospel of training for set vice or usefulness Let each and every one learn that an educated son or daughter is the beat capital that our county can have Let this generation leavo tho splendid legacy of a grand system of schools to tho next and to all generations to come Agitate circu late and creato better things educationally Men of thought 1 be up and stirring night nnd day Sar the seed wilhdrssr tho curtain clear tho way In no better way can tho educational horizon be cleared than by enforcing present laws Educational day is dawn ing in Kentucky Aid the dawning tongue and pen Aid it hopes of honest men Aid it paper aid it type Aid it for the hour is ripe And our earnest must not slacken into play NOTE Supt Singleton has issued a call to both county and local board to meet in his office on the morning of April 6th for tho purpose of formulating plans to carry out the law J W IRELAND WAYNESBURG Tho merchants of this place are do ing a good business- L G Gooch is having the old school building made into a dwelling by build ing an addition to It A B Morgan says Waynesburg is the place for ladles and gentleman to buy their spring goods- A Jeffries and family will move back to Tennessee this week and James Heatherly will tako his place in the storeDr A K Caldwell took Sam Gooch to Louisville last week and performed- an operation for appendicitis Ho was doing well when the doctor loft him C C Gooch is in Louisville having his eyes treated Mr H G VanArs dale of Lexington was hero Sunday with II II Singleton his partner in the lumber business Mrs H H Sin gleton and son Urban were in Stan ford this week J W Griffin and fam ilyof Pulaski are visiting J H Acton Leslie Padgett is very low with inflam matory rheumatism Mrs Bertha Gooc Is illwith pneumonia Mrs Melvi- Caldwell is out again after an illness o several months H Hayes is working in the poetoffice while T Wesley is a Somerset NEWS NOTES Jailer W W Johnson of Christian county is dead George L Berger died at Paducab from excessive use of tobacco An Arkansas sheriff waited four hours for a drunken man to got sober before hanging him The report of tho capture of Crazy Snake was premature The old chief is still at large James A Curry head of the whole sale grocery firm of Curry Tunis Norwood Lexington is dead A hundred national banks in Kansas have resolved not to governed by the State law guaranteeing deposits Three Indiana countiesBartholo mew Vermilion and Jennings voted dry in county option elections Charles T Wilson jailer of Mont gomery county fell over a cliff a die tanco of 40 feet and was fainfully in juredITwo mail pouches wero stolen and rifled near Georgetown Ono contained a check of the Burley Tobacco Society for 38000IBecause ho did not renew his bond on March 1 as required by law Joshua Cummings Sheriff of Bracken county may lose his office- Commission of Agriculture M C Rankin says that Kentucky will havA tho largest crop of tobacco this year than in many years The tobacco factory of C C Bell Son at Springfield Tenn was destroyed by fire of unknown origin The loss is estimated at 5100000 James H Boyle the kidnaper of Wil lie Whitla waived a hearing on tho ab duction charge at Sharon Pa and was held to answer In bond of 25000IGov Wilson pardoned Nelson Bishop of Morgan county who was sent to the penitentiary in June 1008 to servo twor years for voluntary manslaughter Myra D McCrum aged 79 years a Civil War novelist and story writer known under the pen name of Daisy Howard is dead at Fort Scott Kas J M Bagby of Kenton county ex plred shortly after being told of the death of his nephew Len Bagby at Erlanger in tho same county Tho funerals were held simultaneously Tho Rev Father William McMahon filed a petition in voluntary bankruptcy before Judge Taylor in tho United States district court at Cleveland giving his liabilities at 1500000 and as sets at S75000 Eight men were killed and 20 others injured by an explosion of dynamite near Chillicothe 0 The mem were members of a party of workmen who were at work on the Norfolk and West ern railroad The dynamite was being thawed out by a camp fire when the ex plosion occurred 0 M C Eversole sheriff of Perry coun to has been arrested charged with shooting Nathan Engle Englo three years ago shot Ever ole nnd on trial was sentenced to servo three years in the penitentiary Ho was released a day or two ago and hail been in Hazard just ono hour when shot PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wife of Rev F D Pal meter a boy The select school taught by Miss Liz zie Pettuj at Masonic Hall here is pro gressing finely- J D Horton had a fine mare to get cut on wire P E Parrish sold a fine driving horse to Monte Fox for 225 William Aker of Lexington bought J L Kennedys home hero for 850 The fruit crop is not killed yet as Uncle Henry Blankenship was hauling in a cider mill Mrs Ona Naylor and Miss Katie Payne visited Miss Maggie Bell C B King of Norman Okla is visiting friends hero E R Holtzclaw is at White Oak We hear ho has not found any location yet and hope he will come back to Preachcreville to live as he is an A 1 citizen Master William Blankcnship is con valescent Mrs Effio Thompson has been quito ill Mrs Mary Blankenship continues very poorly Mrs Levi Is slowly recovering from an attack o heart trouble Tho three pneumonia patients nt the homo of AugustBartles at Griffin Station are better John McGinnis of Whites Mill Is quite sick Mr F F Cummins plowed up an old stone hand mill on his farm n few days since It was found whero Joseph Pet tus a pioneer built his home in the lat ter part of the 18th century having come from Virginia These mills were a common household utensil before the advent of tho community grist mill driven by water of horse power One dark rainy night recently a young man out coon hunting saw a bright sulphurious looking light illum- Inating the immediate vicinity of n to apprehenh tookna Hf says every pate wtskeery to stay HUSTONVILLE All parties indebted to tho Horse Sale Co ore requested to call and settle with S D Yowell who has charge of the booksJust quietly watch tho roads under the supervision of Squire J K Helm gradually improve He will use the best material broken according to spec- Ifications or no pay and will be placed where most needed and not where most convenientA signed by many of our cit izens will be presented to the city coun cil at their next meeting asking an abatement af the hog nuisance on the streets Roguish hogs roam unmolest ed over our streets day and night plow Ing gardens etc Miss Kaye Sallee one of the most efficient teachers in our graded school has resigned and returned to her home at Harrodsburg In company with her sister Miss Marie who visited her last week Mr John Dinwiddie ono of our best citizens has been taken to a sanitarium in Louisville for treatment by a specialistAbout four weeks ago the attempt of Jesso Leo Martin and Miss Lola Brock the handsome daughter of John Brock on Rural Route No 1 to get married was foiled by tho old gentleman catch- Ing them Their second attempt made last week was successful and the eve ning of their arrival from Tennessee they were given a grand reception at the home of tho grooms mother where music and dancing continued until the wee sma hours At the last weeks meeting of tho Hustonville Literary and Musical Club- a most creditable program was render prominent among the features of which were Devotion by Rev W S Willis and a song by the choir Bible Training ClassC K McClure Essay Mary Stag Current Events Misses Sadie Ends Denver Neal Bottle Pea vyhouse Mina Girdler Blanche Bar nette Essay Hustonville In the Year 2000H Neal HumorJames Hall Vocal duetMiss Katie Warriner and Paul Willis The Club Chronical Miss Lora Bohon Debate Subject Resolv ed that Women Should Have the Right to Vote Affirmative Mabel McClure Roger Hicks Negative Miss Rose Sandidfje John Back Tho affimative won Tho club will give an interesting program in open session in tho near future Hustonvlllo Christian church Sunday School tally next Lords Day 10 A M Wo desiro to greatly increase the size and efficiency of our Sunday school and to this end we ask the help of every member and friend of the church We ought to have an enrollment of at least 100 You may assist in tho following ways If you are already enrolled by being in your place promptly on that day ready to welcome every new pu+ pit and worker If you have children by seeing that they are in their places on that day promptly and that they aro regular and punctual in their attend once afterward By inviting everyone who U not a member of some other school We want to have in our school every member of our church every friend of our church every child that belongs to our families every person that is not going to some other bchool We want your presence your sympa thy your prayers your help W S Willis minister R L Berry supt MATRIMONIAL Edward Adams aged 18 and Miss Jessie May Shanks 14 were wade one at John Delaneys on the 27th Herbert C Godbey of Pulaski just 20 years old and Miss Millie Ann Den ny 14 were joined heart and hand at L D Goochs- R L Prewitt formerly a leading merchant of Ierryville who recently located in Shelbyvillc was married last week to his former wife Mrs Mary Victoria Isham from whom he was divorced several months ago Statewide prohibition hasbeen put to rest for two in Iowa tby tho upIthefHouse It is reported in New York that the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey is to increase its capitalization from 100000000 to 500000000 Mrs Helen Boyle was arraigned at Mercer Pa on the charge of kidnap ing and was held under bond of 25 000 George Watson colored convicted of highway robbery was hanged at Talladega Ala The Negro confess edTen persons were Injuredwhen a Frisco passenger tralnlleft the track at Ritchey Mo Kirby Snow known in turflclrclcs throughout the South is dead In Ciao cinnati The Wisconsin Senate defeated the county unit local option bill A number of steel companies in Penn- Sylvania are cutting wages r t You cant GO wrong In Stylelin Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of our Hart Schaffner flarx Spring Suits They are reliable in all the things a well dress ed man looks for The latest in fabrics col orings patterns and models We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade ummins Weareii STANFORD KENTUCKY THERE is a difference here old mens andyoung mens stylesand it is a mighty sight wore than rwdeep are built by makers who study youwho know what you wantwho understand your figures your ideas and your price reach Clothes made with such graceful shapes already in the garments that theyll improve a bad figure and set off a good one Theyre real young mens clothes ever disa oined giveiback For Sale by H J McRoberts Stanford Ky tj The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON CHART ES A HARDIN- of Mercer county Is n candidate for Com monwealthi Attorney of this tho 10th Ju dlclnltllilrlct subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii n candidate for circuit Judge of thlllthe13th district subject to the Democratic party of thus the the action IMC8AUFLEV Btnto Senator tForL HUBBLE IiofLincoln county For llepresentntlve f W HfSHANKS eForCounty Judge BAILEY- KorjConntyrAttorncyfr V S BURCH t Nor Circuit Clerk J DKSWOPE I For Sheriff W 1 MCCARTY j For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON ForCoroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For MaglstrateJStauford Dlltrlct- JAMESMcKECHNIE For Constable BtnnfordiDIstrict 1 M BRUCE For Maglstrate Crnb Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate UustonvllkDlstrIct J K HELM SR For MnglstrnfelWnynesburg District JOHNIM CAMDEM For Constable Wayncsburc District JOHN G BAUGH ON Saturday there will be opened for traffic the Virginia Railway built by H H Rogers the Standard Oil magnate The road is 443 miles in length begin fringat Deepwater West Virginia and having its eastern terminal on tidewater at Sewalls point near Norfolk Vir ginia The road traverses one of the richest bituminous coal regions in the country and has been so constructed with heavy superstructure and low grades as to deal efficiently and cheaply with the heaviest traffic The openlnc will be a big event and it will befittingly celebrated GLUE JAMES in his speech in th House of Representatives hit the fra mers of the Payne tariff bill hard lie declared thattbe government was un dertaking to guarantee profits to the r manufacturers but no one had suggest ed guaranteeing anything to the physI- cian n the lawyer or the laborer Mr James took up a number of the sched ules and pointed out the unfairness of the rates He was liberally cheered when ho finished TilE tariff debate in the House of Representatives Tuesday was made no table by the speechof Representative Kitchin of North Carolina He at tacked his democratic colleagues who are seeking protection for industries in their own districts as vigorously as he did the republicans Though North Car olina is a big lumber State he urged the admission of lumber without duty WEDNESDAYS edition of tho Danville Advocate was a peach It was 12 pages in size and full to the brim with good reading matter and well set advertisements It looked like prosperity with a big P CLUB women of Washington are be ginning a fight which itis expected will be taken up all over the country against the imposition of high taxes on articles chiefly used by women and children ONE effect of the Whitla kidnaping is that all of the Legislatures in session are taking action to make the law against it more severe Most of them place it at life imprisonment A MASSACHUSETTS man wants a divorce because his wife persists in rid ng a horse astride We hope he will get it CLARK county 0 went dry and 97 saloons will be closed In a totalof near 18000 votes the drys won by 91 POLITICAL N H W Aarons of Casey has withdrawn from the race for the republican nomination for circuit judge in the 29th r districtThe Committee on Finance hast practically decided to take off the coun tervailing duty on coffee and to levy no tax on tea- Much more attention will be paid in the future to breeding of mules in Mer per county as there seems to be more money in them than in any other class of livestock justnowsaY1tho Democrat c VD r y w 4c arM4l + iFadarandut Mayor James C Dablman of Oma ha has been nominated by the Democrats for reelection The republican judicial convention at Lebanon nominated JohnWtLewis for judge and J H Graham forCommon wealths Attorney No provision has yet been made toi give a Federal place to Ludlow F Pet ty who recently resigned the Shelby ville postmastership Mr Petty has gone to work in the office of Senator Bradley at Washington IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES L R Blanton a prominent citizen of Richmond died Tuesday John Roncy prominent former of the Perryville section Isjdcad Miss Belle McGrath an aged and re spected lady of Danville is dead i The Boyle National Bank at DanvilleI has been converted into a Trust Co Rex Phillips whostabbed and seri ously wounded Thomas Parman at Lon don has disappeared Capt R M Jackson Cwill begin on the foundation of his mammoth brick business house this morningLondon DemocratThe of Appeals has overruled the petition of Thomas and Samuel Wheat for an effort to secure a new trial Theykilled Rolla Davis at Per ryville and were given 11 years each TholRockcastle county grand jury returned six Indictments against alleged members of the mob which attacked and badly used up four young men who had gone from Mt Vernon to call on young women at Livingston DrClarenco McCheync Gordon who has been at the head of the Depart ment of Physics in Centre College since September 1898 has handed in his res ignation to take effect immediately He has accepted the chair of Physics in Lafayette College Easton Pa The State Board of Equalization rais ed Madison county two per cent on farming lands Rockcaxtle two per cent Jessamine four per cent Boyle five per cent and same on town lots Garrard county 10 per cent on town lots Lincoln has not yotbeen reached- A mob of 50 men near Livingston at tacked C C Montgomery of St Louis R R Parsons of Chicago Frank Par sons of Corbin and Charles Parsons of Winchester and beat them severely The men had gone to Livingston to call on young women and were waiting for a train to leave town when attacked I HIGHLAND J B Floyd has sold his farm to W G ActonG has put up a blacksmith shop at his home at Maple Swamp Will Baugh and H S Cook are build ing a large tobacco barn for Jas Ross Farmers are making use of the good weather preparing their ground for tobaccoeBorn to of A L Napier n girl and to the wives of Wm Long and Louis Mason each a boy Hen Baugh sold his old storehouse on the corner to James Rambo who is moving it to his home at Maywood to put up in the place of the one recently burnedQuarterly meeting services were held at the Methodist church Monday Tues day and Wednesday Our new district superintendent Rev T B Stratton of Barboinville preached an interesting sermonMrs Burton Spires remains quite ill Mrs Horton who has been quite sick for some time at the home of her son H F Horton has improved so as to be able to be taken to the home of her daughter Mrs J Wash Cook David Burton has put up a store house on his place With stores on every corner and stores on wheels free delivery mail telephones in a number of houses and millinery shops aplenty we will soon have to put on cityAirs Mrs Mattie Young spentseveral days with her daughter Mrs W J Morgan near Turncrsville last week W P Burnett of Berea was hero this week tilling on the merchants Mrs C M Young spent two days in Stanford tak- Ing in the millinery openings CHURCH MATTERS Rev J G Livingston will preach at Logans Creek church Sunday at 11 A M Sunday School will begin at Mt Xenia school house Suuday at 230 P M Rev T W Barker will preach at Lo gans Creek church at 3 oclock Sunday afternoonRev B Harris of Wilmore is assisting Dr W F Vaughn in a meet ing at the Methodist church at Somer set Remember that Proto H K Taylor will deliver a lecture on Cuba Saturday night April 24th at the Methodist church i Mias Ollie Phillips the 12 year old daughter of Postmaster Phillips acted as organist at the Baptist church Sun day night and was complimented for her skill in playing Liberty News Subject Sunday morning at the Methodist church will be Methodism her Place in the Protestant Wprld Jun ior League at 3 P M Senior League at 045 PM preaching at 730 P M We give special invitation to all men who are not going to any other church nextSunday1 srwt7ia + IIIM + twer vw 1trsws Thomas Wilkinson Undertaker Mt Salem Prompt nndJKfllclcnt Hcrvlce Day or yieht I Beau Naboth 45006 IBY NabotH 1O11O I dam Nora llnuRhmnn byI Norvnl KSW by Klectloneer 125 2nd darn in Metropolitan 1371 b Humbleton JI0 8rd dam Josephine by Mnmbrlno stnrllgnt SOU by Dnrlbay 411 4th dam Mary Wllhori by Oliver thorough bredMh darn by Wagner Mh dam by Trnnby Tth j dam byThornton1 Itnttler- llenuI Niiboth la n liandsomn bay standing ISJiK style and action and- has orilhisability to Impurt his quail ties to hli colts I Will stand at tho barn of Felix White t I miles south of Stanford near Somerset plku at JI8 to insure u living colt from tlUtunre grazed nt roc n week Ilfnres due when nmre is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The best personal care tnknn though no responsibility fur no cldents or escapes When Impregnntor will be used J Jt Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods DIGNITY DARE 1982 weightt9U228 nnd racks fist lias live distinct gaits Blue string horse from colt to present date Never defeated In model ring except by his two colts Defeated it head In model rung nt IIl1rrodlburg Colts very kind to break and unusually Intelligent Great breeder for high action colts Great uniform breed er never got a sorrel colt Ills colt flat In stake ring for 1125 nt Hnrrodsburg 1108 Suckling colt tint In harness ring nt State Fnlrll1ltl Bof his colts averaging Y4sears sold for average price of pill Imparts loodhendltoat JrI to Inure n live colt or 123 the season Money for senson due nt time of flat service Dignity lure Is too well known to necessaryDignityring Irann furnished at I2JO per month Care taken to prevent accidents und escapes but not responsible should any occur Mares moved traded parted with or bred to another horse makes service money due Phone In licited D HOAItIEYTEIIlluston- vllleDON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion will make tin season of lUOnt my stnblnnt Stanford Ky better known ns the DrIial coltlIonshort buck heavy bone In fact the highest type of the trotter He is by the great Onward Silver 21s K that won the t3t X Transylvania In n seven heat race lultoiuncl the same year won the 110 AW Homier Memorial and tbe M M In broken hems nnd sold for S21000 nnd later told for SiSjut Don Var rIck U bred exactly IlkoBpnnlnhQueenthnt won the n record of 2KI7 and was classed ns one of the big four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand circuit last year Onward Silver Is by Onward one of the great est and best sons of George Wilkes On ward Vi dam was the din of Director the slro of that family of trotters and pacers Don vnrrlckn lit darn was by Wilkes- toy bv George Wllkein full sister to The Wag 211SU nnd liulf sister to Madeline lntchtn t I dam or itubber210 Winchester 1R3Illy Wlltout0and ails lUII tqedartruPjBillylion Vnrrlck dam produced Dr Conner that pared n public hall mile on the Lexing ton trnck nt Id months In IrtJtii nnd sold to N W Hublnger of New Huven Conn for- JI1n Khal o produced Mnggle Igo that trotted n half mile on thw ssme track lit 15 months In 111 and old for IAD Please note the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides not n missing link for gener ations Breed to this fellow and you cnnt miss tho three things every breeder looks for size upevd and look See him before booking your airs Reason money due when mares are parted with or bred to perdayf iponilblo for accidents or escapes DHGO IKnnY Htnnford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 221 trotting Park bay stallion 10 lands loa lot dam Naugh ty Girl by RexAmericus yuuo 4 year old record Hftttleton 4yearold record rOOAmerlcnn llelle 8yroiajUk nnll other In2f3list n son of Onwnru Hllrecord225VislroofOnwnrdHilver2 innd 170 others n tlw tan list was slid by Goorgu Wllkes 519 2nd dam Duermiislred by Mambrlno King 1278 slro of 73 Including Lady of the Manor t0l Lord Derby 21ffJJ Heir ut Iw w2V i nix others In 2HO lid dam D itlet hX Nutwood tim the sire of 1711n the list 4th lam Topaz by Htruthmore 40N sire of Win the lItSthdnmMlllnrd by Albion 6th dnm Ned byMRlllhrlnoThe Wnrfleld Is n representative stnlllon Inull tho word Implies To say that he has size substance and speed only In part em phasize the finalities combined In this son of Dare Devil lie has them and they are of such symmetrical chnrnoter ns to make him n stnlllon among many His head sad neck body feet and legs are perfect and when seen in connection with ids fruitless gait and grunt beauty are especially Impressive lIngYouone Tho Vurflnldis the only stnlllon that hasT dams In the great brood mare list lie has two Mambrlno King crosses two Mam brlno Iutchen two Mambrlno Chief one Uhluiesl UnwanJ I Oeorge Wllkel I l lco tloller l ut wood i Htruthmoro more trottlna crosses than any stallion alive The Warlleld Is by lien Devil 2128 recent Saw He by Mambrlno King 12TD he by Mambrlno 1utchrn fin he by Mambrlno Chief II Dnm Mercedes by Chimes Mite by Electioneer ice Dare Devil u great winner He won the championship ut tilt National Horsn Show In 1IA8 class H first Nntlonal Horse Show In- Is11clnei12ellll111pi0nsliipNiitbonni Horse- Show ISW 0 II8It lint National HonoMhow 1 14Iolnse10 cheaui ionahlpNntlonal lionShow 1111 C l RiS tf IIrst Nltlullal horse Show Its clIO HB first National torso Hhnw 11MI clues 10 first JlOlitoli Horse Show lite class S reserve Hotton Hone Show 1UU class 1 second Boston HorsuHhow HWI clnssi see and Haitian Horse Show IWU class 2 reserve Boston horse Hhow IWJtl clans I third HOlo ton Hnrve Hliow 1111 clussT He surd The Beau Ideal 2I3K sire of Prince Helen 1 PareDevi1Jr254Will1 mile front MoKmnay Ky nt Jl5to Iniuro u Living H M OWKNHiIcKlnncyKy H G Riffe McKinney Undertaker Prompt nnd Kdlclent Service Day or Might W H LAIR Hustonville Ky toIHn added n nice line of OIIOOKHIK8 his MEAT MAIIKKT and nsks R portion your patronage Fresh Goods nt the Low pit Irlcetj Is lilt motto Stock of Merchandise- for Sale rI desire to sell privately my stock of ire ceries nnd Hardware n good bust ness Will Invoice about JJWO Iteason- Ill health OEO D HOPlKlt Stanford Ky T F GROSS Crn Orchard Kentucky In now rend to servo his old friends and hopes to make many new ones If you have n mule or horse to castrate save the work for him and have It done right He makes n specialtyof castrating rldgellngs Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Stein or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of KOncres of Rood blue grass land lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements nnd fencing good of water fruit Also liS acres ot timbered land one mile Knit of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco hand See grow ngcrou JAaiVKNHAgentMcKInntyKy Black JoeW- illmake the season of ISO ut our stable 1 mile Iortbet of Htanford K istto Inure a living colt Black Joe Ires ton W2 Kentucky igrcntest saddle stnl lion Joes lit dim LucllebyiessenRerleumsrk nettle lIoblnlon b itobinon lmermon- tllambletonlsn ho is R very line individual black with one white foot stands 15VJ hand weight MM pounds 8 years old tine saddler and very showy In harness of 1 notllIlInd action See him before you book your mares Season due If mare Is traded or parted with All care will bl taken to avoid Occi dents but not responsible bouhluP10ceur J 11 KAD8AHOX8 Stanford Ky REVERSA 47162 bred1M hands foaled In 111 by O t C 1 Uecil Danville Ky Trotted a mile In 210 with three weeks handling Hired by lamlwttn Wllkes 4nM2l 11111 u71is1le- in 210 list 4i in 2US list tu In the530list- ri21nthe2Ulbs Grand sire of3d trotters nnd pacers with records of 230 or butter One of his great grand sons Is credited with IZ performers nnd his descendants In 2SU list all told nre now about 670 In number 1tdniu Itnk Startle by Mambrlno Startle ISUlslro of Id nnd dam ut M Including Gul nette 208 Foxy Curd 207 Chesley tllllud others2nd Martha by Lyle Wllkes 4AV4 sire of 7 and dams of Iletile beach S 5l4John T2fiO iOllng2m and Mothers 3rd dRill lIzu by lump lluckden llovers will make the present season at thn stable of James McKecbnle near Hub blent Ilu to Inure n Itng colt LEADER At the same time nhdnlnc I wilt stand tho ltShond formerly owned by M 11 blllcklack a flue Imllvldual and his colts speak louder than words of his qualities ns n breeder This will be Ids third season J ESIcKKt1 IFIIubble- KyBILLY KENNEYT- his magnificently bred young stallion will make the season of lull nt my place 4 tribes north of Stanford Kentucky on Dan vtlle pike nt- I10TO INHU11K A LIVING cOIr IJIlly high sired by Uamnbrnno22U4iIf1stdatnb- iy t l Uny 2ne sire ttl ml IIIn by Metro polltln lire otCollinwtod2ISYnn others ird dam by Gill ho by mills Vurmuntt 4th lam by old octoroon 8th dam by Conifer nation thoroughbred Gambrunn t2I i7111111 the sire of Maggie Haughmnn 28U ind others sired by Gumbultn Wilkes the only hone living or dead to sire 3D with reo mls better than W nnd the greatest sire of extreme speed In the world Oamiiruno ht lam Dolluli ilnm of Jennnle O222 Clemen tine 22H anti Umbruno 2tII anti the irnnddutn of IN she by Administrator 2WS sire 10 2nd dam lIar Klmore dam Clpvr land 29 i and rnmldaIU of 8 by Mnmbrl Star Davis sire of dam of- Plcklrnylor21I I 4thdantbyBrown 1lot sire of damn of SttlJJ At same place nnd under snmo conditions I will stand my groat mule ack TOM IEENE atiSto Insure n living colt Tom Keene stands 15S hands with white points and is it greet mule Jock A number of JIll oils for 1U last fur- lPrblouau4irerlbyoldTotn Keene dnnihalo byOlcnver2nddmn West knd- and dam Hcvle 4tb dent Great Western Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with A retained on nil colts until season money Is pall Care taken to provont nccl lents but not responsible any occur JLHIXANHUnfonlKy PUBLIC SALE I Desiring to change my location 1 will on WEDNESDAY Alltlb 14th 1BOO At my home In Preachersvllle Ky sell at public outcry the following personal prop erty yearbing1 In foal to 1 lilley I woyenroid horse both by Silver King 8 ennets 1 four yeur oid mule well broke 2 omlngthreeynnrold horse mules Ing twoyeRroltl mare mule JOO hales of oud hay lot of rind harness 1 twohorse nion 2 buggies 1 mowing nachlno somu plows and plow gear mny other things Also oce Jack for sale lel 1634 hands high 4 years old sired by Black Cloud ho by Tom Keene tins been tried and Ism good breeder I will nt same time and place otter my farm of nil lItrM This property liiltuntod In Ireacheruvlllx Lincoln Kontuck amid is one thomojtilrsirublofnrmslnthU locality nearchurch school house nnd post lllcpf well watered DrakesUreek running through the haru About GOncrrsof bottom land und ION good ns the comityulTords both liump amid totmcro leaving boon nilsed ou the IIl1dA good dwelling house mi this funs of 7 rooini n good cellar mnilo out from house u good vineyard und orchard stock barn tobacco born SflxM 1U feet to eves mud holds 7 boos of tobacco Also n tenant house on rerun of4 rooms This land will 1m sold for cash or onethird cash mind reuududer mono amid two yours rat II per cent per annum with lien Terms on per Konnl property made known on day of sale Halo begins nt 10 oclock A M Any one dc ilrinu to look ut the property willtull nt tblsleinuJJFIIOMWJIAV- Cupt Am Bourne Auct l Ladies Low Shoes I 1 t In Tans and Blacks light and heavy solesI Buttons Ties And pumps Walkovers 350 Ultras 3 Brock port 250 They are as good as man makes They are pretty enough for the most particular p I 1V S 9 a- r H J McROBBRTS 4 STANFORD KENTUCKY u EI6mmDirect importation from France The IE IBvery best for eating and medicinal mposespurm r 1- m f 1 35c Half Pint 60c Pint 100 Quart I WmPENNY 8BB h Stanford Kentucky BB a 13 E E The American Fence The Fence With Hinge Joint And Tension 1 I CrWhich has placed it in the market second to none It is bull strong pig tight well galvanized and of the beet Hwsciucr steel wire Call and see it Some interesting prices for next 30 days See tho Poultry Fence wo have GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford FOR SALE A furm on Indian Creek 1B7 acres 24 gooddwolllnitbarn laud good orchard fnrm well watered Call onoruddresi U M IKIUCINH- Mlddlubilrg Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR This line black saddle stnlllon wns sired by time great saddle breeding stnlllon Old Stonewall This colts daub was n Denmark more lie is n nice colt Ho has colts to pttoinsureon nil colts until paid for llnrren mares mndo tostnndbytliolmpreunntor Wojiuvo perfect success In this breeding IIILLY IRECKINRIDGE MulorJohnmake tho season of lUMut my burn lit pl to Insure n colt until wennlng time HU get of llUl II now on my fnrm to show for good breeding He ls n sure foal getter- A TTKAYMHl A SONS Pleasant 11111 Breeding Farm Stanford Jl K DMo4 r Lincoln Bondsjfor Salet4 Per Cent Semiannually 01 On HATUHDAY AIMIII 10 11151 ut 1 oclock 1 M In front of the court house r door In Stanford Lincoln count the rt undersigned cmInisslouurswlllsell utpub 1Slicermid consisting or B bonds of inni Iehduu I IUIII poynbla In 10 year from 3luy 1 1MI with th prhlIego of redevmlng In 7 years f HcrllsJIof JlOlmi consisting of so bondof 01 each duo und imyublo In IS year roodUlIIIII8urlesOof IIIWO conflating of of VIOl Iuch duo und nnynblo In from Ma I mm but with theredeeming In IBytiiot Maid land will be sold on April 3111101111tII M1I1111 will leissued bear from lit day of May JWX with 4- 1 per cunt paynblo siinlnnuually SBurch t a r Looked Well Dressed fShe her feet because she did Dot have on a pair of 01 A f ZEIGLERS SHOES Dont let this bo Mid of you but come and let us fit you with n pair of Kid Patent or Tit Zeigler Shoes Nothing left out of dices shoes Stylo correct I quality right prices low enough The Interior Journal r STANFORD KY Arim 2 1900 t all other11FishingiTacklos ti- ntcnnye oJ I 1rDrug Store J u PERSONALS RAYMOND MCDEB Is very sick Miss MARTHA SUSAN WREN It very ill CArT It U GBNTKY is over from Frankfort Miss BESSIE YANTIB is with Huston ville friends MIss TEVIB CARrENTER Is with Lex- Ington friend MRS P W WIHPP visited her par enta at Liberty MRS W H SHANKS U with her rein tivea In Madison MRS U S TRAYLQR visited relatives at Gllberta Creek MKs SAM ROBINSON la visiting rein tivw in Louisville Miss JOAN MOUNT of Lancaster Is with Mrs H J McRobcrU- MIBR ANNA MILLER of Lancaster rK y visited Mrs Jetso D Wearen MRS FANNIE MARTIN of Cynthiana e Is tho guest of Mrs George Martin MR THOMAS WALKER of Paris has f been with his friend Mr A M Feland Miss BEssIE HUDDLE of tho Turn cnvlllo section Is III with pneumonia MR ANP Mns HILL SPALDINO of Louisville visited relatives hero this I week MRS J S RICE is with her mother at Cave City The latter Is In poor health Mass E T CARTER and children reo turned Wednesday to their homo nt Evansville Ind Rev HOMER CARPENTER of Lexing ton was here again this week to see ln mighty pretty girl MR E C HUDDLE of Hominey Okla arrived last night to attend tho burial of his father MR J E RODINSON and wife of Lancaster were on Wednesdays train en route to Louslvlllo MR WILLIAM HUDDLE came In from r 4t Illinois to attend tho burial of his broth er Mr John P Rubble ELWOOD TOTTEN went to Louisville Tuesday to take nn examination preparatory to joining the Navy R S LYTLE of Danville and Ir JrMRS Mrs Comic Gillette of Kansas wore guests of Miss Mario Mahony MRS A ADDAMS of Crab Orchard la tho guest of Mrs John Haldeman for several weeks CourierJournal MRS CATHERINE REDD DUNN and daughter of Crab Orchard aro visiting Mrs Jno S Cooper Louisville Times MR W B McRonERTS Is now pre scriptionlst In the large drug store In tho Phoenix Hotel building Lexington MR ELMER HUDDLE of Cynthiana Ind arrived Wednesday to attend the burial of his brother Mr John P Hub bleDR JOSEPH B BECK has returned from a prospecting tour of several points in West Virginia Ho will go to Idaho next in search of a good location MRS M P SMITH has returned to Cleveland Va after an extended visit to Mrs J T Hackley who accompanied r her as far as Mt Vernon for a short stay with relatives MR L L DAWSON writes us from 4 Jefferson City Mo that he has resign ed as prison guard and will return to Springfield During the eight years he I l has served he haa never missed a roll call V CHARLES LUTHS writes from Calgary Alta Canada that he has just bought a 3500 residence and that he and his family are into It Mr Lutes t is greatly pleased with his prospects In his new LOCALS f AN effort will be made to put the Moreland bank Into operation by May 1 4 ONLY a fewlmore days In which dirt t f can bo had free of charge Fritz Krue J gcr contractor I MARCH came in like a lamb and went t out ditto Considerable wind at times but not n bad month by a long shot FOR SALESInComb Brown Leg horn eggs COc for setting of ID Mrs J M Cress R F D No4 Stanford t ATTEND Mrs S J Tatema opening 1 t of millinery goods at Crab Orchard today and tomorrow Friday and Saturday t I c NEW Clocks and Watches at Muel lers CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer FOUND n bunch of keys Claiborne C Walton WANTED to loan 1800 on real es tatooL R Hughes Stanford DEST line of wall paper and mattings we have ever carried Prices right Tribblo Pence LOST Brown mare about 16 hands high with saddle on New shoes on and sound 110 Lutes Stanford S Miss LENA Pore an aged lady of Danville died a few days since She was an aunt of Mrs W S Denham of this city THE Danville Fair Association has de tided to solicit no advertisements for tho fair catalogue this year says the Advocate FOR SALEPurro SCBrown Leghorn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phono 833 rings FOR SALES CBrown Leghorn eggs from selected show stock the largo else and fine laying strain Rue sell Drown Stanford ALL the latest effects and novel designs in pattern hata Our prices and goods are guaranteed to suit purse and taste Misses VanDevccr FOR SALEAt a very low figure tho Jones resturant A splendid stand and good chance to mako money For par ticulars see L R Hughes Stanford MILLINERY OrENINol will have my Spring and Summer millinery opening Saturday April 10 All the ladles are invited to attend Mrs T F Gross Crab Orchard I FOR RENT Four nice rooms on first floor In the D S Carpenter property in Hustonvllle Recently repaired and in good condition Call on or write to Mr Carpenter I HAVE moved to my storeroom on East Main street and am prepared to do uptodate plumbing and tinning Come in and see the best roofing on the market W K Warner BILL LEE and Bob Stewart both colored were arrested and placed In jail Wednesday by Deputy U S Marshal George C Thompson charged with selling whisky They will have their examining trials at Danvillo Saturday Mr Thompson took Toy Teaters color ed to Richmond for his trial Teaters served out his fino in jail here for sell ing boozer SALE OF HANK STOcKsOn Monday April 12th 1500 county court day between 1 and 2 r u wo will sell public ly in courthouse yard in Stanford 15 shares in National Bank of Hustonville 10 in Lincoln County National Bank and 20 in McKinney Deposit Bank The llustonvlllo bank pays a 10 per cent dividend the others C Cash Baugh man Harris and Hagin admre J F Cash MR JAMES FRYE formerly of Hus tonvlllo but now located at Tulla Tex has recently been elected secretary of tho Commercial Club of that growing little city He thinks that section of the Lone Star Stato is tho place for farmers who have a limited amount of capital and suggests that those of his old friends who think of leaving Ken tuck write him for a booklet giving full particulars of his portion of Texas and the Inducements offered STORE BURGLARIZED Cummins Wearcns store was broken into from the rear Monday night and some 10 worth of goods were taken Marshal Lair and his bloodhounds were phoned for from Hustonvllle and they arrived about 9 oclock Tuesday morning They trailed to the barn of Mr Will Stono and too number of other places but by this time It was generally known that Will Mershon and Sam Mulllns the latter colored were the guilty parties Tho former was found at his homo and tho goods wcro recovered and tho No gro who had left his old clothes In the store nnd Greased up from head to foot in Cummins Wearens best was caught near Boncyville They wero both placed in jail As each Is only about 15 years old they will more than likely bosent to tho Houses of Reform where it is hoped they will learn to mend their ways Iut Covert Top Coats AND SILK COATS This changeable weather demands n light wrap See our sew lino of the e goods Covert Coats at 5 to 1050 Black Coats at 5 to 1250 Silk Coats at 5 to 2200 SEE my line of wagon and buggy harness J C McClary WANTED a good farm hand to milk Address Box 196 Stanford Ky WANT to buy buggy mareor gelding mare preferred Dr G G Perry 2t Fort SALGMy homo on Danville Ave All modern improvements Mrs John Ellis BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK eggs 75c per setting of IGi Hawkins strain Mrs S K Dudderar Stanford EGGS for salo from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouso geese Mrs I W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky I OLLIB colored who worked at B D Carters stable for a long time died of consumption at Turners J yule yesterday FOR SALOn Saturday April 3 at 1 oclock r M at Hustonvillo I will offer for sale a lot of household and kitchen furniture Terms cash R B Edrington MR J A ALLEN is furnishing Mr S II Martin the material for a dwiili Ing at Mt Vernon This makes the third pattern ho has supplied him with in two years HALL Mrs Della Hall wife of Mr M D Hall of Louisville died Wednes day and will be buried at Junction City today after funeral services at the Christian church at 11 A u I WILL have my steam cooker on ex hibition at W H Higgins store on tomorrow Saturday afternoon Would be glad for all the ladies to call and see how it works Mrs Adelia Woods JUST received a car of Webber Wag ons also wo have on hand Hoosier Corn Drills Disc Harrows and other farming implements See us before placing your order Coney 8 Bishop More land I FOR RENT After May 23rd corner sulto of rooms in I 0 O F building Very suitable for lawyers offices Ad jacent to county court rooms Now oc cupied by J N Saunders Apply to J W Ireland Mgr A MUSICAL TRF rInthe Easter Musical Entertainment to be given at tho Christian church on the night of April 9th tho people of Stanford will have an opportunity to hear some splen did music both vocal and instrumental Miss E E Smith who is a teacher of the violin in Caldwell College Danville will give two selections She is a vir tuoso and no one need apprehend disappointment She has played with muchcredit in recitals In Cincinnati and elsewhere Hear her on that night OUR old friend and former county man Judge Ezra S Gooch of Somer set is a candidate to succeed himself as police judge of that city During the present term he has not missed a day from his office and he has In every way made a most satisfactory ofllcia We dont know who is opposing him but we sincerely believe that It would be to Somersets Interest to elect Judge Gooch again Tho evil doers are oppos ing him we are informed and that is the very best reason why he should sue ceed himself HUDDLEJohnRubble one of Lincoln countys substantial and good citizens died at his home near Turners villa Tuesday evening after an illness of a week of pneumonia lie is surviv ed by his wife who is a daughter of the late Isaac Cowan and five children He was 53 years old and since a boy had been a consistent member of the Chris tian church He was an exceedingly clever man and his death is greatly de plored by his neighbors and host of friends The burial will take place in McKinney cemetery at 11 oclock this Friday morning after brief services at the grave by Mr J C McClary Five men were entombed as a result of an explosion at Echo mino in Fay etto county W Va All are believed to be dead The Pinevillo Sun announces that it will fight any candidate for any office who is opposed to tho county unit law A R Dyche of Laurel county was seriously injured while operating a stumppulling machine on his farm Judge William H Holt will bo appointed Minister to Switzerland to succeed Brutus J Clay The heaviest snow of the winter t In the Panhandle region of Texas lll NEWNEW No more trouble about getting Needles for your Sewing Machine Wo have just put in a new stock of Needles Shuttles and Bobbins Come in and see this wonderful cabinet IiG WArmstrongCoIhmle- rsInWall Paper Aha carry n splen dill line of Groceries Hoft Drinks etc Main Street Hustonville Kentucky GEORGE HUR Draft Stallion at fl0 to Insure a Liv ing ColtIAlso a good Mule prlco on I M S DAUOIIUAN Stanford Ky 149 CHECK AT A BAR AIN bythecheck for 11111 which is tronif ruble and which will Ira accepted for its faro value as Carl payment on any of their piano1 UI I no need for this check It would pay anyone wishing to buy a piano to call on or write mo for further Information nt onct- WOIATIUOK Maywood Ky CHESTER S ChesterThis son of fore will make the InIllresustonviltoDESCIIIPTION AND JEIUdllKK Ho U n black with star In le hands high with nil the style and nnlslt characteristic nctlngborMbooking your mares 11 you are looking for a good breeder at living price Sired by Obes tMr flare lit dam by Telegraph 2nd dam by Hippy by Mambrlno Chief JNO C LYNN JIuttonvllle Ky BEST OPPORTUNITY OF ALL Richest and Mot Productive Load with Unfailing Artesian Wells Hevcn hundred nod sixty acres of land atfertile at that of the bed ot the Nile red chocolate and dark untidy loam as well as heavy rich black alluvial soil On U are two boldly and conttantly flowing artesian wells One of them alone will furnish sum Irocliwbletanecessary imarovements In the way of dwelling sheds und burns nil new On It 111fruitcornerNavaaroTexai Safeguard the Future I The safest surest and roost adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment tlbenillly of III policy contracts fair dealing with Its member and large returns to policy holder The companyisjust entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than nil other companies combined Write lor 1 rtkulllrMltnUng ago und whether mar rled or lngu to tJlalllilftlllonlJRmllHollcltor for Ilockcuttle Co GALTON J29JOH- euion of 1MW Sire of Calvin O scivJi AI turns SrMH and tlx other with trials from s W to IIIj thotttura the only ones that were ever hand led for speed Alio the sire of one dam with one In the iUW list Hired byGumbetUWII kes219 the sire otAR in SiiW List 16 In greatestsiregrand dam of S with records of trout SII to tU8JIIIv Knlleld 2t9 son of llamblittonlan HeeleysAuaerlcnnHtar tnlllJld sii IIIIN a In Stw his daiiRhter huts eu lu saw or butter snd dam iulcktlep by Ken lUCky 1rlnce Jr sire olJO i17W Lem omde8Y1 and duutsofls In tin 100 i1R and dam by uld Jot sire or the tam of J Q aI7t leadingfntnllleatChief andHeeley1 American Star Dalton colts havugom against and de feat =1 the liest In harness classes and road Bier rlnGI Ihy are In great demiiudelllng yearllnglIrastable miles West of Jtustonvllle on Brad fordtvllle pike nt SIS to Insure n living colt MoniydueitlanrelstrndedntterbetnghndIleotyofgn prettily for mares no other slock mixed with mares have grass lots nod large stables for mares to foal Grain fort ut cost 1lionn In residence Hustonvllle Exchange WMDODI HustonvllU Ky Almont Dare 3228- A B nltSired by Dignity Dare IWtf ho by Chester KingWllihmtidistered In Vol ieAT 1L It Hue by Ab dallah Mambrlnn S715 he by Almont IICI 2nd tint Iadv Davis by lint Uavishi Hour oreignLightUUDlllnghnmCopperbollolll NOTK Almont Dare ns we ore able to discover is the llret purse on record hay Ing to his credit tho honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig nity Dare doing so with his tint crop of colts every tulle they came together As an Individual thlsIs avery attractive horse 16 hands high with tote of weight and nnlsh color lay suction extremely high and fast Hhow o distinct 111 nil very fast and pleasant A full brother to thu great gelding that sold nt 4 years for FoxyDarenumber of khows Hum nay mare over sired by Dignity Dare Toro it nut for two 5111015 on hint hit would easily hove won the Htntol Muddle Chnniplonthlp This liorwi 1s a result of n long nnd muting of the very Ixst the country nlTortictU ills 1 lckIJlIfJln blood anti individuality is nm nt Helidswill inaka thu SIMISOII of It at our stable 8 W miles from llustonvlllo on the Huston vlllo IAborty pikeut NS to insure n colt flares traded or bred elsewhere ren den toasonduc at tune of such transaction WIU also stand n mule Jack at la Oran furnished In abundance ut S3 month Our attention to nllitock but will not be responsible for accidents K H roWFLL A SON Hustonvllle Ky 4 Needles Shuttles and Bobbins for use In All Makes of Sewing Machines L R Hughes TtV Humble W O M- artinOXFORDS Our line of Childrens Misses and Ladies Oxfords is now complete You will find all the latest in styles in Ox Blood Tans Patents Etc Our prices are right Make your selection be fore the stock is picked our We also have a full line of Hosiery to match HUGHES MARTIN CO Goods Notions Shoes c rO IDry KEN- TUCKYOXFORDS I T Have you seen our elegant line of Ladies OxfordsIf you are missing the shoe opportunity of your lifetime We have the most complete array ever shown Patents Vicis Browns and Tans No womans attire is complete unless her feet are properly shod We are specialists in this line and want every woman to bring her feet to us A fit guaranteed W E Perkins Crab Orchard Oe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSt J B Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Qeo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Run kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberta Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek t Jfiirst 7ational tank tttanforctj JJIiOrganized 832 Capital JVoot S5OOOO Surplus anti Wndluiddoflr tS9 000 t jffas paid in Dividends sinco Oryanixaton 21500 U L Invite 7eu Jfccounts on Our 7ffe OFFICERS J S Hocker President S T Harris VicePresidcnt John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WW Saunders Bookkeeper I DIRECTORS I F Reid J H Baughrnaot M D Elmore 1 M Petlus H C Baughman J F Cummins S THarris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tale s r Journaltr i1sinJtredtHonddatt matter ti TABLEKNoSlHonthlliMr + SI North4a A H- NoltNortbbl7 X t P x NoT iOIT AM t No t II01I- I i j i JOS S RICE Agent f ft The Truth Every person in this city who is suf r lering from Eczema Pimples Dand h ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanents cured by Zemo a clean liquid fin use All durggists sell ZEMC fJexternal DRUG STORE A S PRICEl Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY r r Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building f f Insures Tobacco and Tobacco filarnlInsurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Phone 80 OlHco K Insure with mo and bo fully it prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Jersey Bull do Is a handsome largo from n long and unbroken line Iithemost noted and cows on the land of Jersey England and America Ills lire Is ono ot the best bulls ever Imported and his dam Is a show cow that has given M pounds of rich milk In one dny If you bo Mere besets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestors and have n strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out ride of our own herd this for n fco of Si each Stoke engagement beforjsendlng cow to be bred Telephone so Stanford K- yNDWI have to otter three extra choice bull calvos that will be sold nt right prices At McKinney Ky Stnndanl llemedy the knowngncttseof ney Trouble and nil diseases Impure blood 11 has no equal It Is manu factured under the food act of Juno 30 19c end gunnudevd b the manufacturer If Ibo temel Is taken nccordlng todlrectlon and If he or she is not benellted by the use or the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains 2114 doses with n registered gunrnn teeand mailing card with full instructions Wo lend it to any address by ceipt of 11 per package or six pnckaires forI S3 Better order U 001 todn Jr time save a big doctors Heraemberlfyoutnketbe Ucmedy billI tag to Instructions nro not you get your dollar back You will not and Ute remedy In drug stores for sale It to sold only liv our dul authorized ngcnlj uHuuEN WILLIAMS Agent CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kind of con arrtlng suck as Block Work Pavement and In fact we cnn nuke any thing from r howe down to n fence post We can srO yon promptly and guarantee llrsrna work and Call nnd got our prices before you buy your rnaterlnl at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Je l Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Thi m a Call Prices Right STAMFORD KENTUCKY JCa McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Healer in Harness Saddlery- a STANFORD KY Off 91 Phone lbs HoniePhono 8 r a e f0 PrimaryI the113tt1o atic District Committee 1 A primary election Is hereby called to be held in the several voting pro clncts of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Mercer counties between G A M and 4 p M on Saturday May 15 1909 for the purpose of nominating democratic candidates for the offices of circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney In and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky to be voted for at the reg ular November election 1909 2 All democrats who are legal voters shall be entitled to vote in said primary election and are requested to do so 3 Any person who desires to be a candianto for the democratic nomina tion for circuit judge or Common wealths attorney shall not later than April 30th 1909 give notice of such in tention in writing to G L Penny chairman of the District Committee of the Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with the aforesaid chairman the sum of GOO and candidates for the nomination for Commonwealths attorney shall at the time of Riving 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 6 1909 at 2 P M and if at the expira tion of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof there be not more than one can dldato for circuit judge or Common wealths 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 advertising and preparing for the election 5 The polls shall be opened In each and every precinct of all the counties in the district aforesaid in the usual and regular voting places 6 Upon the closing of the polls the officers shall proceed to count the bal bts and to make returns and in so doing shall be governed by the provisions of the general election laws and the returns shall be made to the chairmen of the respective counties in the dis trict who will deliver the stubbooks the certificates and any questioned bal lots to this committee 7 The officers of election shall be selected from lists to bo offered by the candidates in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law by the district committee 8 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee ii the district not less than five days before May 15 1909 the name of one per son for each voting precinct in each county to act as challenger and Inspector for said candidate at said primary election 9 On the next day after the returns shall have been made the committee shall meet and canvass the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination 10 The chairman of the district is di rected to employ a person to copy from the regular registration books made in Danville and Harrodsburg in 1908 the names of all democrats and the person so employed shall return the copies certified as required by law to the chairman who shall cause them to be duly delivered to the officers of election The chairman is further directed to cause to be printed and prepared for use the requisite number and kind of billets which shall bear the facsimile of his signature and ho will procure the necessary election supplies and cause them together with the ballots t9 be delivered to the officers of elec tion as required by law 11 The chairman will cause copies hereof certified by himself and the sec retary of the committee to be posted at the court house door in Stanford Lancaster Danville and Harrodsburg and in 20 other conspicuous places in each county in the district for not less than 40 days prior to May 15 1909 and said notice shall be published in each democratic newspaper in the district G L PENNY Chmn CHENAULT HUGOELY Secy FARMERSTENT D R Moore bought of Crlt Bottom 13 calves for 140 J K Baughman of the West End will put in 30 acres of tobacco FOR SALE600 bales of good No 1 wheat straw Robert Leigh Shelby City Ky Pure Boone county white seed corn at 125 per bushel W E Moss Lan caster Ky J W Irvine Co of Boyle sold to Mr Petty of Sedalia Mo three jacks for 2600 ron SALEGO bales of good timothy and 100 of clover hay Mre F B Bar nette Hustonville Ky Mack Hughes the horse factor sold to W S Smith for a Chicago party a fine saddle hone for 300 Advocate I Fon SALEA number of big nice mare mules good workers foul to six I McKinneyCvHenry Hester had a mare to drop dayTheygood size 3M Herndon of Madison county sold to W E Mercer of Frazier Wayne county the great saddle stallion Mark Henna for a fancy sum Beau Naboth will make the season of 1909 at my barn Bring me your barren mares I have successfully used the Impregnator for two years Felix White Stanford Ky John G Lynn bought of K S Scud dor the saddle stallion Chester S anti will make present season with him al the stable of D S Carpenter at fides tonville Mr Lynn paid a handsome price for him EGGS FOR SALEi eggsfromUU8SELI DROWN Stanford Ky FRUIT ORNAMENTAL TREES q for Orchard Lnw nnd Oar don Write for catalogue tv- It V HIUKNMKYEH MON- Mlexungton Ky CUT FLOWERSjFOR SALE I can furnish the public with the boil as well ni the frostiest of cut flowers plants of nil kinds bulbs potted flower on short notice Alto make n specialty of wreaths purposesIn Above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices OHKI8TMAX ORKBN HOUSES KO llVIIUAHD 1HOK Stanford Ky CHOICE GOODS Konlod MnyCll elilnckwlthwliUepolnts I5S luanda Hlr lby Wonder by lug Tom ho by Ilelknap 1st damOhennUItJcn net 61T by Imported Jumbo Will make the season of ICOD at my farm J miles from Hustonvllln on the ISIac pike at sSk for sonnets and 110 for mares to Iniurv I will also stand several other Jacks nt 110 for mares Also several stallions at JIO to Insure a living colt Um s furnished at 13 month Jennets or mnres parted with rorfuUs tile Insurance and makes season money duo JK I1AUOHMAX Ilustonvllle Ky PRESTON KING Keg No 30CO A S It II- llonutlful bay saddle stallion 1UH hands foaled June two Ills sire was the greatest shoW horse n Kentucky lie hRs lance high action and the Indicated by these bloodlines He hits the long thin neck stlheavyfoot nd eye so characteristic get tho Denmark We feel that 1rrstoukings s aoedactlan mud Individuality roust add to the merit of our Kentucky horses nnd we nsk for him a liberal patronage This richly bred young horse has all till qunlltlf of ngreat sire and style Ills pre eml aunt blood lines Conte to hln through se heated stock 1reston Ills sire was Ibo greatest show horso of his day winning nt all the rain and horse shows taking the blue string at St Iouls winning lfw You see that Preston KInK can not help but lw n great saddle horse sire Ills dam Nelly 8WS was by VnnMetern King Td trorlng to Stonewall Jackson and on his sires tide to Washington Denmark A- tIlSDiniiBR Wired by ln iton9CMiy Wash valhlnlflonUlIl11urk6tJs Silver King by On Tlmu by Stone wall Jackson K H Hubble1 great show horso tad dam JIil1Y the famous Cn bolls lexlngtou by Hawk F M lire I Dam llelle by Ilhodvrlclc IOlaby Mnmbrlno Legrnnd 9a nsliingtoll Alice M hr- Uarplfalcovu un Vnn IeIers Klllg Tag I lain Maud 4U by f ranger K S- TKIIMH Marus will be nt KM IHT month at owners risk Thief will receive the most careful attention Mures sold or parted with It Melts Insurance and the fee OlllS due Will make the season of 1110 at our place nt tin to Insure a living colt Also will stand ono good black Jack four yearn old nt fit to luxuron living colt MIitC L DUDDKKAK Rowland Ky 1hona I19I ASHLAND BROOK No 1TMI Vol IT A T II It broth Iluck er Georgetown Ky Ashland Ilroolc was fumed turf solid bay with lout hind toot highIKDIOKEK brook No iliiraantidXnllbrook lI Jellllio Urook II1 hl SilcU iMly book xrii and Hunnlng Ilrook ia Silent amok by No a W the IIN of Hoaroh light lItlt IIrlgllIghlltYts3and Valpn OII II No rill rtconI21 Ashland Brook lIt dam llunn Wren by Anhliind Wilkes l3l record Z17 i tint sire or John 11 Oontry2uu Hally To Inr OllieAshland Wllkca sired by IUtl whiles 1JI9 ho by riporgp Wilkes second tlII1 by 1retender lIKIKrd dam by Jim Monroe SIS NOTK Ashland Brook Is n handsome fellow with lots of subitnnw lute n told way of going with speed style and action Hit oldest vrop of colts are two years old nnd they are nil one could expect they all bear- Dug oood colors with m eke styleresentnsOUon atl13dtorinsure- living n colt s Will also stand the great mulo and JemiM Jack Dilly KftmentSlO for mares nod tA for Jennets to Insure n llvlax colt Itllly Kvviie WIIN sired by Tom Keene 1st dent by the Imp rulermo id dam by Ievl Hubblon Irlnce the sire Of Joe lllnckburn nun Jirlg nolhi Hilly Keno stands full 16 hands black with whlto points and us a breeder is unsurpassed as mule orjonnet lack his colts always bringing the highest price Mare traded parted with or bred ulnewhoru for foil the Insurance and money lnvoines duo at the tune of such transaction KING EAGLE I No ttM- Volfl A HHIl King Eagle le 10 hands high dark buy with Slowing innije and tall goes nil the gnltj with plenty of spcea tyio and actio- nIxatanasMired by Koyal King KYfi IIP by On Time 745 he by Stonewall Jackson 7a lloyul Kings 1st Cain JMollle Mounts a1SI was this noted sire Uabbollii Iexing toll K H King a Ht dam IIlp MJH sho by Knglo Bird lullshe by Old King Ku by3urrls43 dkovxa breeder of line colored nnd high styled colts they allhavlna size styliiand action llurlred tho colt won the 30 stake nt the Htnllloni Kalrund tliolii tuluntljin cnlllr defeatlog hero four of the IIIt or the great Ilex Pearlne Thlset of Klug Ragles was second In the MM stake nt Harrodsburg with SI entries and defenlnd the colt that won thlsstnke two out of threw shows Ills pricesKingtlolprice of lift to Insure u living colt Will also stand the great mulu Jack Jim Keene at Ito for mares and tau for Jennet bytheJohn Wells 2nd dun by lieecher Jim Keeno polntlngrcntabove II1 IXlIellpike Mares traded parted with or bred moneybecomesFor further Information cull on or address H T HAIIUJH A nOBT WOODH Phone Illng 3 Stanford Ky This Planter has been on the market for years and there is experiment as to whether it will work or not Can furnish the Disctor Runner Edge or Flat Drop E T PENCE STANFORD KY FOR SALE I T5 horse power boiler and engine mm sawmill for 1810 Will soil either or bothli4 OHAS KMdsUN Ot cnhelniKr Poslotllce Wayneshurg Ky DEiTS COLLECTED Wo collect notrt claims nml accounts In any of the United States No charges unless collected Collections promptly remitted Try us Boy UH COLLECTION AflBNOV Hommil Ky The Joseph Price SanatoriumN- orth Lancaster Street tanford Kentucky a For Treatment of Diseases of the Eye Nose Throat Knr tlenltoUrlnnry Rectal Or gnus Nervous System and surgery MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge NnflO KA A Mw111 meat In stated communication on each fist and third Monday nights of each month at 1IU oclock In their hell on Main street Sinn ford Ky Members of sister lodges ore frit ternnllv Invited to bo present IVnil WMT W IMnnlngtonseo Notice Poultry Raisers I Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls ngood tonic IIMI cures Cholera Gapes Iloup canker and Llmborneok when a a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay fence W cents no cure nopuyRuamnleo byyourdriiKKlstriMi I1ennytry It tin guarantee bookUt on diseases ofKiultry S D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono DO STANFORD KENTUCKY Eczema Is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation for external use Stops itching and destroys the germs that cause skit diseases Eczema Slickly and If permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co SuLouis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex Itertonce Then your clothes whethura lot price bulcrss suit or tb1al vantiii clothes will have that individuality und nt which plainly Indlcnlo they were made to your measure I will also take your mcns uro fur extra trousers fancy vests topcoats nnd ovurcouU Yell antI Winter mm pies on hand ready for your inspection II 0 HUItKYTh T llor Htanford Ky Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Right of tho lending companies of the world represented Compete In mutts with 10JlIlYtnfpromptly paid find without discount No waiting rt days for your money livforu In surlngcallon MAHONY 0 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford I Weak KidneysWe- ak Kidney surlypoInt to weak kidney Nerve The Uka the Jleart and the organitselfand strengthen them Dr hoops KettoraUTe It a medicine ip clflc llr prepared to reach thew confrontsIf netvea To doctor the Kidneys atone Is fuWe It Is a waste of time and of money at wellIf your back aches or U weak II the tuna- ssaid or isdark and strong If you hate symptoms of nrights or other dflun or dangerous kitS er diseasetryDrabooosRestorative a month ableU or Liquid and see what It can and will do or you Drufflit ncoaBaad and tell ShoopsRlaorahl PENNYS DRUG STORE SAM ROBINSON 1 STANFORD K- YMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky I j ilInvites you to the largest MILLINERY SEto LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to tho minute Prices beyond cuinjiotitinii Wo also stnto that our Spring Lino is note complete To save aioiioy coino anti see and bo j convinced Our Spring Lino of Stenos for Ladies Misses and Children and our line of Gents Show will certainly plepso llnnnii and Walkover lines f are blllUIUCrtlllllttIIro strictly reliable Yours fur an honest deal- CitAituw Wimmnt Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs Hides Furs Hens lie Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Chickens 9 to lOco Ducks 10 to 10 l2c e1 Geese 6 to 7c- Turkeys 12 to 14c Scrap Iron Guineas 20c a Piece Rubber r H B NORTHCQTT Stanford Ky This is the new COMBINED EDGE and i PLANTERInvestigate I I W H HIGGINS 5 1 F I