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Plea For Greater' Educational cilities. "Tho riches of tho Commonwealth Aro free, strong minds, and hearts of And more to her than Rold or grain, Tho cunning hand and cultured brain." Realizing this, tho writer of this article was constrained to make a plea for Increased facilities. For the Inst educational progress In tho South has been general, and It has been very marked In our own sister States adjoining Kentucky. Let us put Kentucky every In the vanguard by encouraging forward movement, nnd moro especially our recent now laws. Public High Schools are experiencing an uplift ami may bo greatly benefited by the Stntc-wid- e movement If ench one will look forward and not back nnd lend n helping hand. Let our own favored county, one of tho original three, be a factor 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 leadingcounty high schools. And all .becauio she went early and earnestly to work. Let us not permit tho now law to be a Waterloo; for tho mind and soul of the child Is tho prlco we pay for our Some one may educational Waterloo. sny, tho old law Is good enough for me. Evnry advance, educationally or otherwise, is made by n struggle. Do not chooso the, "line of least re sistance," and follow old codes because most convenient, but look Into tho and put principle nnd public good beforo convenience. Let not humanism or future good bo sacrificed to the nepotism ogrecd of the present. It may be said that our environments aro such that we can not chango or revolutionize tho school law. To this, it may be answered that the human raco has developed so far In ita progress through the ages, ns to make environments to suit its present needs. Admitting this to be true, it behooves the present generation to form a moro splendid educational environment, nnd thus pay an untold debt to thi) children of this and future time. It has been said that no to the now law has been found except where it is not understood. The county superintendents who object, find their basis for objection in tho fact that it entail mora labor, or their crjstul-llzc- d habits of thinking make it impossible for them to view with approval any new or forward step. A feeling of altruism and universal brotherhood is characteristic of this nge and let us harbor it in part and promulgate it fu-tu- hnalth- - e, , Tho Stanford High School la tho ono school in the county maintaining a full four years' course, nccording totho last school directory of tho State, Just Issued by tho State superintendent. All inteicstcd should read Chapter 8 In full for complete Information. Our purposo Is herein set forth. Stnto Supt Crabbe says In n letter to us that our high school course Is acceptable to tho State Board. Then let tho county Iwa rd, who knows Its duty and will do It, appear beforo our fiscal court nnd ask them to make a levy and alsomnke arrangements with the Graded School board for the establishment nnd 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 overy one who has, nt heart, an interest in tho betterment of our boys nnd girls, see to it that the hopes of this new law spring on exultant wings of action. Can nny ono bo so nopotic or so utterly dls- regardful as to deny this countless her itage to our boys nnd girls of n more from execssivo uso of tobneco. An Arkansas shcrifT waited four hours for a drunken man to get sober beforo hanging him. The report of tho capturo of Crazy Snake was premature. Tho old chief is still nt largo. Jamcj A Curry, hend of the whole sale grocery firm of Curry, Tunis & Norwood, Lexington, Is dead. A hundred national banks in Kansas havo resolved not to governed by tho State lar guaranteeing deposits. Three Indiana counties Bartholomew, Vermilion and Jennings voted "dry" in county option elections. Charles T. Wilson, jailer of Montgomery county, fell over n cliff, n distance of 40 feet, nnd was falnfully In- NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. Jnllor W. W. Johnson, of Christian All parties Indebted to tho Horse Sale county, Is dead. Co. arc requested to call nnd scttlo with George L. Rcrger died at Paducnh S. II. Yowell, who has charge of tho books. Just quietly watch tho roadi under the supervision of Squire J. K. Helm gradually improve. He will uso tho best material, broken according to specifications or no pay, and will bo placed whero most needed, and not whero most convenient A petition signed by many of our cit izens will bo presented to tho city coun cil nt their next meeting, nsking nn nbatement nf the hog nuisance on the streets. Roguish hogs roam unmolested over our streets day nnd night, plow ing gardens etc. Miss Knyo Sallee, one of tho 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 Dinwiddle, one of our best citizens, has been taken to a sanitarium in Louisville for treatment by a specialist. Abo'it four weeks ago the attempt of Jesse 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 catching them. Their second attempt, made last week, was successful and the eve ning of their arrival from Tennessee they were given a grnnd reception at the home of the groom's mother, where music and dancing continued until the mmmlMM I IfcWI I V IK Wit jured. Two mall pouches wero stolen and rifled near Georgetown. Ono contained a check of tho Burley Tobacco Society substantial character? What is tho utilitarian view 7 Has it a benefit? My answer is, it has. There are many; but we wish to speak of the High School section, nn excerpt of which has been presented. To every child in Lincoln county, who hni passed the grades or common school branches, thero will bo given nn opjxirtunlty to s high school free of attend a charge. It will centralize and unify the school interests of the county by giving nil, Instead of n few, an interest first-clas- for 138,000. Because he 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 snjs that Kentucky will havn 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 firo of unknown origin. The loss You can't if Go wrong In Style,, in Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, you wear one of our largely. f, All who nolo educational progress, will remember tho "whirlwind camState paign" launched by our superintendent. That was an educational revival, but like nil revivals, its true value lies in results and not in fuss and fury, lasting only through tho few days of tho meeting. To allow any part of our great educational system to lag on account of neglect or lack of right Men of thought I be up nnd stirring sort of Interest, is to pay a high penalnight nnd day; ty for failure. Cop. t .! !UrJ..- -. .1- .- ...... r experiences of the Profiting by tho clear the way. past? we should rise upon stepping In no better way can tho educational stones of our almost dead illiterate horizon be cleared than by enforcing past, and strivo to achieve greater present laws, educational day is dawnthings. in Kentucky. The reader may wonder what is tho ing "Aid the dawning, tongue and pen; purpose of this article. First, it U to Aid it, hopes of honest men; stir up moro interest in school work, Aid it, paper; aid it typo; and next to encourago nil interested in Aid it, for the hour is ripe, education to work moro diligently for And our earnest must not slacken into the educational betterment of our counplay. ty, by the establishment nnd malnten-nnc- o NOTE. of u county High School. With Supt. Singleton has issued' u call to our educational forces divided wo are weakened, but united, all the hosts of both county and local board to meet in his olllce on tho morning of April Cth Ignorance can not daunt us. Then let purposo of formulating plans to us unite In trying to carry out tho new for tho J. W. Ireland. Do not let tho carry out tho law. law in full to the letter. gathering birds of prey, should there WAYNESBURG. be any such In our midst, foist u plun Tho merchants of this place are donot in harmony with State codes. What do we wish to do 7 Let us first ing a good business. L. G. Gooch is bavins' tho old g hear tho law Chapter 8, section OS; mado Into u dwelling, by build school laws of Kentucky: "Within two years after the passage ing an addition to it. A. II. Morgan says "Waynesburg is and approval of this net, there shall be established by the county board of edu- tho place for ladies and gentleman to cation of ench county ono or morocoun buy their spring goods." ty high schools; provided there is not A. Jeffries and family will move back already oxlsting in tho county a high to Tennessee this week and James t cbool of tho first class. If such high Heather! will take his placo in the school already exists, and if tho county store. board may bo ablo to make such an arDr A. K Caldwell took Sam Gooch rangement with the trustees or board of to Louisville last week, and performed education of said high school us will an operation for appendicitis. Ho was furnish to tho pupil completing tho ru- doing well when tho doctor loft him. ral school course, free tuition in said C. C. Gooch is in Louisvillo having high school, then said high school may his oyes treated. Mr. II. G. VanArs- be considered as meeting the purpose of Lexington, was hero Sunday of this law without, the establish men t dalo, (I, H. Singleton, lit partner in high school. The county with of another lumber business. Mrs. 11. H. Sin boards are heroby given full power nnd the authority to mike such contracts as gleton and son, Urban, wero In Stan fam-lly.they may deem necessary for establish- ford this week. J. W. Grlflln and Pulaski, aro visiting J. II. Acton. ment and maintenance of such high schools for the joint use of tho county Leslie Padgett is very low with inflammatory rheumatism. Mrs. Itertba Gooch and such city cr town. Tho first county high school to bo established In tho Is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Melvm county shall be located at the county Caldwell is out again after an illness of Hayes Is working seat, provided there Is not already ex- several months. II. while T. Wesley is at isting in the county aeat a high school in the .-school-buildinpost-offic- e in tho Public County High School. It wilt disseminate tho spirit of advanced education. It will be lo tho advantage of all concerned to combine the County High School und tho Stanford High School. Why 7 First, from an economic stnnd-poinThe sumo management can govern both nnd thero will be n saving of at least $700 or 1800. In the next place, Section OS of tho new law suggests that the county board may mako arrangements with the local board of education for uniting the interests nnd thereby establishing and maintaining n High School of the first class for use of both city and county. It has been said that economy is a splendid virtue when principle and public good are not at stake. Here both nra enhanced. The establishment of tho County High School, after tho manner herein suggested will bring pupils and patrons of our county into closer relationship, nnd freo tuition will be furnished all within the borders of our good county. The last word is, talk High School. Talk education Preach the gospel of training for service or usefulness. Let each and every one learn that nn educated son or daughter is the best capital that our county can have. Let this generation leave the splendid legacy of a grand system of schools to the next nnd to all generations to come. Agitate, circulate and create better things education-ally- . t. "wee ama' hours." James II. Boyle, the kidnaper of Wil-ll- o At the last week's meeting of the Whitla, waived a hearing on tho ab Hustonville Literary and Musical Club duction charge nt Sharon, Pa., nnd was a most creditable program wa3 renderheld to nnswer In bond of $25,000. ed, prominent among the features of Gov. Wilson pardoned Nelson Bishop, which were: Devotion, by Rev. W. S. Willis nnd n song by the choir. Bible Training Cla93 C. K. McClure. Essay Mary Stngg. Current Events Misses Sadie Eads, Denver Neal, Bettio Mina Girdler, Blanche Essay Hustonville in the Year Hall. 2.000-- H. Neal. Humor-Jam- es Vocal duet Miss Katie Warriner nnd Paul Willis. The Club Chronical Miss Lora Bohon. Debate. Subject Resolv ed that Women Should Havo the Right funerals were held simultaneously. to Vote. Affirmative Mabel McClure, The Rev. Father William McMahon Roger Hicks. Negative Miss Rose filed a petition in voluntary bankruptcy Sandidge, John Back. Tho nffimativo before Judge Taylor in tho United won. The club wilt give an interesting States distrct court at Cleveland, giv- program in open session in the near fuing his liabilities nt $1,500,000 and as- ture. sets nt $75,000. Hustonville Christian church. Sunday Eight men were killed and 20 others School Bally next Lord's Day, 10 A. M. injured by an explosion of dynamite We desire to greatly increase the size near Chillicothe, O. The mem were and efficiency of our Sunday school, and members of a party of workmen who to this end we ask the help of every were at work on the Norfolk and West- member and friend of tho church. We ern railroad. The dynamite was being ought to have an enrollment of at least thawed out by a camp firo when tho ex- 100. You may assist in the following plosion occurred. ways: If you are already enrolled, by M. C. Eversole, sheriff of Perry coun-to- , being in your place promptly on that has been arrested charged with day, ready to welcome every new pushooting Nathan Englc. Fngle three pil and worker. If you have children, years ago shot Eversole, and on trial by seeing that they are in their places was sentenced to serve three years in on that day promptly, and that they the penitentiary. He was released a arc regular and punctual in their attendday or two ngo nnd had been in Hazard ance nfterward. By inviting every one just ono hour when shot. hn U nor a mernlxM "f Km ntitr school. We want to havo in our school PREACHERSVILLE. every member of our church, every friend of our church, every child that Born, to the wife of Rev. F. D. belongs to our families, every person a boy. The select school taught by Miss Liz- that is not going to some other bchool. zie IVttuj nt Masonic Hall hero is pro We want jour presence, your sympathy, your prayers, your help. W. S. gressing finely. J. D Horton had n fine mare to get Willis, minister. R. L. Berry, supt. P. E. Parnsh sold a fine CJt on wire MATRIMONIAL. driving horse to Monto Fox for $225. William Aker, of Lexington, bought J. Edward Adams, aged 18, nnd Miss L. Kennedy's home hero for $850. The Jessie May Shanks, 14, wero wade one fruit crop is not killed jet us Uncle at John Delaney's on the 27th. Henry Blunkenship was hauling in a Herbert C. Godbey, of Pulaski, just cider mill 20 years old, and Miss Millie Ann DenMrs. Ona Nay lor nnd Miss Katie ny, 14, wero joined heart and hand at Payne visited Miss Maggie Bell. C. B. L. D. Gooch's. King, of Norman, Okla., is visiting R. L. Prewitt, formerly a leading friends hero. E. R. Holtzclaw is at merchunt of Perryville, who recently White Oak. We hear he has nut found located in Shelbyville, was married last nny location yet, and hope he will come week to his former wife, Mrs. Mary back to Preuchersville to livo as he is Victoria Isham, from whom ho was diun A 1 citizen. vorced several months ago. William Blankenship is conMaster valescent. Mrs. Eflio Thompson has State-wid- e prohibition has been put been quite ill. Mrs. Mary Blankenship to rest for two years in Iowa (by tho continues very poorly. Mrs. Levi Bell refusal of tho State Senate to take up is slowly recovering from nn attack of the bill which had been passed by tho heart trouble. The threo pneumonia House. patients nt the homo of August Bartles, It Is reported in Now York thattFe at Grlflln Station, are better. John Standard Oil Company of New Jersey McUinms, of White's Mill, is quite sick. is to increase its capitalization from Mr. F. F. Cummins plowed up un old $100,000,000 to $500,000,000. stone hand null on his farm a few days Mrs. Helen Boyle was arraigned at since. It was found whero Joseph Pet-tu- Mercer, Pa., on the charge of kidnapn pioneer, built his home in tljo lat- ing and was held under bond of ter part of tho 18th century, having como from Virginia. These mills wero Georgo Watson, colored, convicted a common household utensil beforo the of highway robbery, "wu3 hanged at advent of tho community grist mill, Talladega, Ala. The Negro confessdriven by water or borso power. ed. Ono dark, rainy night recently, a Ten persons were injured JJwhen a young man out coon hunting saw a Frisco passenger tralnlleft the track et bright sulphurious looking light, illum- Ritchey, Mo. inating tho immediate vicinity of u toKirby Snow, known In turf'clrclcs bacco plant bed, and being apprehen throughout the South, Is dead in Cinsive of tho night rider's lash, took a cinnati. bee line" for home at a 2:40 gait. He The Wisconsin Senate defeated tie says every bush heap and briar patch county unit local option bill. was in nis way. un being tola it was A number of steel companies In Pennhe said "it was too a skeery to stay." sylvania are cutting wages. b estimated at $100,000. Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. They are reliable in all the things a well dressed man looks for. The latest in fabrics, colorings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. of Morgan county, who was sent to the penitentiary in June, 100S, to servo two years for voluntary manslaughter. Myra I). McCrum, aged 70 years, a Civil War novelist and story writer, known under the pen name of "Daisy Howard," is dt ad nt Fort Scott, Kns. J. M. Bagby, of Ktnton county, expired shortly nfter being told of the death of his nephew, Len Bagby, at F.rlangor, in the same county. The e, Bar-nett- e. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Vi?$yJWW "J r MsiST"TTnsfri ht' nl TSWW1 lAlvR l firm r, HpHERE is a difference here between old men's and young men's styles and it is a mighty sight more than caim-dcep- . M7Mmirflwi(mi are built by makers who study you who know what you want who understand your figures, your ideas and your price-reacClothes made with such graceful shapes already in the garments that they'll improve a bad figure and set off a good one. They're real young men's clothes. h. s, $25,-00- 0. The label In tho coat means that if you're ever ditappointed you won't bo disappointed longH they'ro wrong, just give--! ' back tho clothes and gci back your money. "Jack-o'lantern- of the required grade." ," Somerset. For Sale by H. J. McRoberts, Stanford, Ky. .mjmdmkm The Interior Journal. E. Mayor Jamei C. Dahtman, of Omaha, has been nominated by tho Demo Thomas Wilkinson, Undertaker, H. G. Riffe, McKinney, C WALTON crats for Mr f ; i II. I ST E ? f CHARlES A. HARDIN, ot Meror count jr. In n cnnrlldut for Oom. wealth's Attorney. i inonweiilth'i Attorney of this, the 18th Hat added a nice line of (1IKX1K1UKH to NoTprovislon has yet been made to . district, subjrct to tlie action of the his M HAT MA11KKT and asks a portion of democratic party. t your patronage. "Krcsii (foods at tne I.OW-By NabotJh 10,110. rIvo a Federal piaco to Ludlow F. Pet est Prices " Is his motto. Vnlmtti's ilnm Norn JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., ty, who recently rcsifjncdltho Shelby-vill- o llfAii m, by Klectlon.fr Itntlffhinnn i by Sml dnm Judge of this, thn for circuit li ft cntKllclntesubject to the action of the has Nonnl Metropolitan 187. by Hntuhletim-In- n postmastcrship. Mr. Petty In J., ny 13th district, in; 3rd dnm Josephine by Mntubrlnn Democratic pnrt y. Bono to work in tho ofllce of Senator HtarimnlSUIili.v Dnrlbny till till dnm Mary Wit hen by Oliver Hhorough brtd);Mhdnm Bradley at Washington. Ibv V miner: nth dntn by Imp. Trnnhyl ;th M. C. SAUFLEY diim by Thornton I tat tier. I ton u Nnboth Is n rnndhUte for circuit Judgn of thli the IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. l.n handsome lmy, standing I desire to sell prUatelytny slock of busiHardware, lining it good lth Judlelnl district, subject to the action IMS hand, of great style nnd action nnd ness, of the Democratic pnrty. will Itnolco nlKiut .l,'rt. llcnson has nrouil disability to impnrt his iUnll-tie- s L. It. Blanton, n prominent citizen of III health. to his colts. Will stand at tho barn of KellT White. IV. OK.O. D HOIM'KII.Htanford, Ky. Richmond, died Tuesday. pike miles Mouth otHtnnford.ni-nrHomerse- t John Roncy, ajprominent former of nt flStolnsiirnn lltlng roll. Mares from n dltanc grated nt rV n week the Pcrryvillo section, Isjdcad. Money due when tnnrel. traded or pnrteil with or bred elsewhere. The liest Miss Belle McGrath, an aged and re- cure taken, thnuith no responsibility cronnlKor Htftte Nenntor, for noCrab Orchard, Kontucky. spected lady of Danville, is dead. cliti'iits or con pes. R. L. HUBBLE, When ndlnile imprecnnlor will be ucu. i Tho Bovlo National Bank at Danvillo M. l'KrrliH. Htattford, Ky. J. of Lincoln county. I. now ready to serve his old friends ami has been converted Into a State Hank hopes to make many new ones. If sou have Kor ltepresentntlve, In mule or horse to castrate n the work & Trmt Co. for him and hate It done Mithl. lie mnkes V. H..SHANKS Rex Phillips, whostabbed nnd seria specialty of cnstrntluK rlditellniit. Kor County Judge, ously wounded Thomas Parman at LonItching Skin Diseases JAMES;P. BAILEY don, has disappeared. Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid Capt. R. M. Jackson Cwill begin on KorJCountyrAttorncy, lor external use. Zcmo ivei instant tho foundation of his mammoth brick V. S. BURCH clicf and permanently cures any form London business house this morning. Kor Circuit Clerk, jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Democrat. J, D.XSWOPE Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, Tho Court of Appeals has overruled Kor Sheriff, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. the petition of Thomas and Samuel Mccarty PENNY'S DRUG STORE. G. Wheat for an effort to secure a new Kor County Court Clerk. trial. Theylkilled Rolla Davis at I GEORGE B.COOPER and were given 11 years each. For Jailer, Tho'Rockcastle county grand jury reDINK FARMER turned six Indictments against alleged The farm of 1W acres, of pood blue grass In nil, tint one mile North of .McKinney .on members of tho mob which attacked Kor Amcmo- -, the Hlnntnrd pike. Improvements and fencing goods plenty of water und fruit. and badly used up four young men who PEPPLES JOHN C Also IJS ncres of timbered land one mile had gone from Mt. Vernon to call on up-to-d- ate Knstof McKlnneythalf under fence;plenty Kor Superintendent of Hchooli, of wnter nnd good tobacco Innd. Hee grow young women at Livingston. GARLAND SINGLETON J.A.(ltVKNH,Aent. micron. McKinney, Ky. Dr.'Clarcnce McCheync Gordon, who Kor'Coroner, has been at the head of the DepartGEORGE P. BRIGHT ment of Physics in Centre College since Kor MnKlstrateJHtnnford District, September, 1893, has handed in his resJAMES.McKECHNIE ignation?! to take effect immediately. Will make the season of lnu at our stable, MnhoRony bny, 1S4 hands high, weight ii of Stanford, Ky., nt 115 Kor Constable Htnnfordjniitrict, He has accepted the chair of Physics in J.a.1 pounds, perfectly sound. Trotted In to miles Northwest colt. Hlnrk Joe Is by Insure a lUIng i:JS nnd racks fast. Has fire distinct Knits. Preston 022, Kentucky greutest snddlestnf-Hon- , I. M.BRUCE College, Easton, Pa. Lafayette Illue strlnii horse from colt to present date. he by Wnstilngtonol: tllack Joe's 1st except his The State Board of Equalization rais Never defeated In model ringIn modelby rlnir dnm I.uelle by Messenger Denmark; 2d dam KorMogUtrate:Crab Orcbnrd District, two colts. Defeated ttbead Hettle Koblnson by lloblnson's Vermont ed Madison county two per rent, on nt Harrodsburs. Colts erv Und to break Hainbtctoiitan; he Is n ery Hue Individ ual; J.tWARD MOORE Intelligent. (Ireut breeder lilnrt with nnewhltefnottstnndsl&Klinnds. two per and unusually cons, farming lands, Rockcastle Kor Magistrate IIustonvIIUMstrlct, pounds; a years old; lino saddler urcni uniform ureeti-e- r. weight l lor niRii action never Rot a sorrel coll. Ills colt first In nnd very showy lnhnrness;ot fine style and cent., Jessamine four per cent., Boyle iHELM, SR I. K stake ring for 1123 nt HnrrodsburR. IKK. action. Hee him before jou Uwk your five per cent, and same on town lots; Huckllntt colt first In harness rlnR nt Htnto ninres. Kor MnglstrnfeiWayneaburR District, Knlr, Mat Garrard county 10 per cent, on town sold for nverngo hlscollsiiYeragltiictS years Season due If mare Is traded or parted price of toil. )inuirt high JOHNIM.CAMDEM All care will beinkeu to nsold accilots. Lincoln has not yet been reached. shoulders, long, taperlnif necks nnd Rood with. but not responsible should any occur, hendstonll. Hensonof !. In HustonMllo dents, Kor Constable; WayncsburR District, A mob of 60 men near Livingston at- at IS to Insure a lHecolt or 123 the senson. J. I). K.ADHAHONs. JOHN G. BAUGH for season due first Stanford. Ky. tacked C. C. Montgomery, of St. Louts; Money Dignity Dure Is nt time of known to too woll R. R. Parsons, of Chicago; Frank Par make further mention of him necessary. IMnnlty lare wns neverdefeuted In n herd O.N Saturday there will bo opened for sons, of Corbin, and Charles Parsons, ring. (Irass furnished nt HJtl er month. Care traffic the Virginia Railway, built by 11. of Winchester, nnd beat them severely. taken to prevent accidents und escapes but H. Hogers, the Standard Oil magnate. The men had gone to Livingston to call not responsible should liny occur. 1S.2 hands, foaled In bred by . A V. 1. mile In Trotted The road is 443 miles in length, begin- on young women, and were waiting for toMares moved, traded, parted with or bred 2:1(1Cecil. Ditiivllle. Kv. handling. a Sired by another horse makes sen ice money due. lib three weeks' ning at Deepwater, West Virginia, and a train to leavo town when attacked. l'hone In resilience. Correspondence so- (IninUttn Wilkes sivvi,2:li', In 2wC list, IS licited. n.H.CJAlU'K.VTKlt, Hustomlllv. in 2:1011st, 41 in z:ia list, ni 111 me j:iu nsi, having its eastern terminal on tidewat212 In tho SM list. (IrandslreofSIV trotters nnd iHtcers with reconls of 2:) or lietter. er at Sewall's point, near Norfolk, VirOne of his great grand sons Is credited with ginia. The road traverses one of the I! iK'rformers.nnd hl descendants In 2,l J. B. Floyd has sold his farm to W. list, all told, nre now itlont 07U In niimtter, richejt bituminous coal regions in the G. Acton. This mnRiilllcently bred young stallion Istdnm rink Startle by Mumhrlno startle season of 11." nt mv stnblont ltd, sire of 10 nnd ilninsol 62. Including the country, and has been so constructed G. Benke has put up a blacksmith will inuke Ky.. (better knownustbu Ir. y 2.00, Koxy Curd 2:07, Chesley 2 lv and Htnnford. with heavy superstructure and low shop at his home at Maple Swamp. place) at J 15 to Insure n living colt. others. 2nd dam Mnrthn, by I.yle Wilkes trt., sire lion Viirrlck Is KVJ. a N'autlful chestnut, efficiently and cheaply grades as to deal John Will Baugh and H. S Cook are build- short luick, heny bone; In fact the highest of nnd dams of Hessle lA'ach Is b the 2:II, and with the heaviest traffic. The openintr ing a large tobacco barn for Jns. Ross. tpeof the trotter. He won the grent On- T.2:tV,, Clingin, by Imp. 22 others Huckden. 3rd tiniil KM ward HIUerS:nA'.,that P.i" will be a big event and it will be fittingmake the present senson nt Ib'terss Inn seen heat Farmers are making use of the good same jenr won the JI0.uo race In inland the the stable willJames McKechnle near of Homier Memorial ly celebrated. weather, preparing their ground for nnd tho M..V M In broken hents nnd sold for flu to Insure n Mug colt. k J2I.01M and later sold for SJ3,ui). iKin tobacco. LEADER. . ....., Ollie James, in his speech in the corn and to the wife of A. L. Napier, a won Is bred exnetly like Hpaiilshllueenthnt ...... . the Ji.miTriinsylinnla In IK, milking Born, mm ijinv-p.nii,,, House, of Representatives, hit the n record of ?:07iind was classed ns one of the the mr snine ninelack formerly mi, owned by black girl, and to the wives of Wm. Long and big four, being one of the greutest money M. II. KuUinks. lie Is a nun Individual and of the Payne tariff bill hard. He winners on the Rrnnd circuit Instyenr, uru, ui ins HIS 10111 SteilK louuer 1111111 each a boy. Silver Is bv Onunrd. one of the irrent- - iiualltlesasn breeder. This will Im his third declared thatthe government was un- Louis Mason, eslnndlest sons of (irorge Wilkes. Hen Baugh sold his old season. J. B. McKKi'ILNIK.Hubble. Ky. wns the dnm of Director, the dertaking to guarantee profits to the to James Rambo, who is sire of that crent family of trotters and pamanufacturers, but no one had suggest- on the corner Wilkes Maywood, to cers. Don Varrlck'slst dam wnsby to The moving it to his homo at Hoy, bveori!u Wllkes.u full sister ed guaranteeing anything to the physihalf sister to Madeline put up in the place of the one recently Wug 2!b',, and of Hubher. 2:M. Wlnclie.-ter.11cian, the lawyer or the laborer. Mr. l'ntchen. the dnm This iiiagiilllcently bred joung stnllton Hilly Wlltontiai, and Miss K3:.D; , James took up a number of the sched- burned. Slid dnm Mars-- by Hogg's (irev Kngle, the will make the senson of IK V at my place I Quarterly meeting services were held dam of The Wag 2:1 V(. Madeline l'utchen, miles north of stnnford, Kentuckj ,on ules and pointed out tho unfairness of Methodist church Monday, Tues thedumof Huhler Sun. Winchester Sill-1Hilly Wilton 2:20. and Miss It. 2US. the rates. He wa3 liberally cheered at the 1101 0 INHl'ltK A MVINO t'OI.T. day and Wednesday. Our new district Doll Vnrrlck'sdam produced Dr. Conner Hilly Kenney Is n brown horse K", hands when ho finished. that paced a public half mile on the Isling- high, sired bylnmbrtino2:2U,-"''lltdausuperintendent, Uev. T. B. Stratton, of ton track at 14 months In IWi4. nnd sold to by N, W. for b O Kt'layills. sire OS; 2nddnuinnd others. The tariff debate in the House of Barbourville, preached an interesting llju). Hnblnger.of New Hnveii, Conn., Hint sire of Colllnwood 3:1&'. Khr.lotroducnl Mngule Ico 14 anldniilbyOlllhe by dills Vermont' 41b sermon. notrotted u half mile on the in truck tit Representatives Tuesday was made dnm by old Octoroon: Sthdnm by Conster nnd sold for Mrs. Burton Spires remains quite ill. months In 1:11 tho rich Inheritance of sneed nation, thoroughbred, uninnruno 2..11',, table by the speech of Representative I'lense note luughmnn i:At 7S12. is the sire of Maggie n on both link Kitchin, of North Carolina. He at- Mrs. Horton who has been quite sick ations. sides notthismissing and for gener and others, sired by (luuiU'ttii Wilkes, the fellow Hreed to ou cant or dead to some time at the home of her son, miss tne tnree tilings eery uretuer looks only horse living2'etlund the sire 3111 ith rectacked his democratic colleagues, who for greatest sire ot liefore onls Itotler than world, (Inmiiruno's lit are seeking protection for industries in II. F. Horton, has improved so as to be for size, jour and looks. See him booking mitres, season money due extreme seed III theJeannle('2:22, lemen dam Delliih.ditmof bred to when mares are parted with their own district) as vigorously as ho able to bo taken to tho home of her another horse. Mures kent at 10orcents tier tine and (.sinliruno 2:?J mid the granddnm of h, she by Administrator 2:VW, Mrs J. Wash Cook. day mid nil caru taken but will not he re sire IS; 2nd dnm Marv Kluiore, iluni dlevedid the republicans. Though North Car- daughter. David Burton has put up a store- sponsible lorucciueiuaoruscniies. Innu zr.is. nnu arunutinm 01 n iy .iinmnri-uellolina is a big lumber State, he urged I)lt. I'KHIIY. sire of dnm of Xrd dnm by Stnr ln the admission of lumber without duty. house on his place. With stores on Ith ilnni by Ilrown Pilot Stanford, Ky. Dk-- Taylor sire of duin of Iloxallnd 2:2I. and stores on wheels, free every corner At tame place nnd under sumo conditions Wednesday's edition of tho Danville delivery mail, telephones in a number I will stand my great inulo luck Advocate was a peach, It was 12 pages of houses and millinery shops TOM KEENE. in size and full to the brim with good we will soon have to put on city nirs. living colt. Tom Keene Trial 2:21 trotting. Dark luty stallion, 10 ntS to Insure 1UU. reading matter and well set advertise1st dnm Naughfouled stands 15', hands high, with white points Mrs. Mattie Young spent several days hands: by HexAugust ty (llrl Amerlcus man, 4. year-oland Is a grent mule Jack. A number of his ments. It looked like prosperity with with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Morgan, record 2:11'.. sire of Hattleton. t.yeur-ol- d colts sold for (Hi) last fall. old Tom Keene, 1st record 2:lM.. I'kiikihkh. sired a big P. near Turnersville last week. W. P. und It others American Helle. of Onward dnm.UulobyOleiiier, by2nd dam. West Knd, In 2i list; n sou ltevlee,4tli diim.llriat Western. Silver llll, record 2:25lf,slro of Burnett of Berea, was here this week und 170 others Jn th 2U1 OnwnrdOnwnrd 2:V. 3rd dam, due when colt Is ion led or mare was Money list. Club women of Washington aro be- c tiling on the merchants. Mrs. C. M. sired by Oeorge Wilkes SID. parted with, ginning a fight which itis expected will 2nd dnm Duermn.slred by Mnmbrlno King A lien retained on ull colts until season Young spent two days in Stanford tak- 1275, si roof 73, Including Uuly of the Manor manev Is nald. Oare taken to nruteut acci betaken up all over the country against 2:0lH. Lord Derby 2:WJ, Heir ut Uiw i:Wiit dents but not responsible should any occur. ing in the millinery openings. ,. m.iA:, six others In 2:10. the imposition of high taxes on articles j.Stanford, Ky. ilrdduui Dot let. bv Nutwood av. the slro chiefly used by women and children. of 171 In tho list. CHURCH MATTERS. ttlidiim.Toiutz by Htrnthmore 4n. sire of Kiln the, list. I One effect of the Whitla kidnaping Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach at Mb dnm, Milium by Albion, oth dnm Ned UT r.unill rum,, iiiiuuiit is that all of the Legislatures in session Logan's Creek church Sunday iumi u, at 11 a. MiililhrlnoOlllef II. are taking action to make tho law m. The Wurfleld Isu representative stallion Desiring to change my location, I will on III nl t the word Implies. Tosnytbatbe bus against it more severe. Most of them Sunday School will begin at Mt. slxe, substuuee und speed only In part emWKDNKHDAY.AI'HIb Ilth.lUlK, phasize the nualltles combined In this son place it at life imprisonment. Xenia school house Suuday at 2:30 r. M. of Dare Devil. He has them ami they are of At my home In l'reacbersvllle, Ky sell at symmetrical churncter as to make him public outcrr the following personul propRev. T. W. Barker will preach at Lo audi A Massachusetts man wants a diit stallion among many. Ills bead nnd neck. erty, to- - wit : boiiy, leet anu legs nre cows, 1 yearI vorce because his wife persists in rid-n- g gan's Creek church at 3 o'clock Sunday seen In connection with periect aim wnen lingmilk cownnd calf, 2 milkbrood mures, 1 his fnultlcss cult heifers, 1 steer calf, i mid great lienuty are especially Impressive, In foal to Jack, 1 We hope he will afternoon. fllley, 1 a horse astride. breeding. You horse, both by Silver King; a Rev. J. 0. Harris, of Wilmoro, is You should see this horse Iwfore get better Jennets; I wlllsny you netcr looktd at mule, well broke; 2 assisting Dr. W. F. Vaughn in a meet- one The Wurfleld Is the only stallion that coming horse mules: I comilunis In tbe great brood mare list. mure mule; Clark county, 0., went "dry" and ing at the Methodist church at Somer- hasT two Mnmbrlno King crosses, two JIuo ing hay. lot of baled struw, U11 bales of tins e 1 good Patvlien. two Mambrlno Chief, one wagon; 2 buggies and harness: - 1 mowing 97 saloons will be closed. In a total of set. Chimes,! Onward. I Oeorgu Wllkvs, I some plows and plow- gear and I Nutwood, I Htrathinoie. more machines things. Also ocejuek for sale. near 18,000 votes the dry's won by 01. Remember that Prof. H. K. Taylor many other crosses than any He Is IBJi hands high. I years old, sired by will deliver a lecture on Cuba, Saturday I trottlnU arlleld Is by Dare stallion alive. 2IN2N, record Ulack Cloud, he by Tom Keene, has bceu The Dell POLITICAL. Mambrlno night, April 24th, at the Methodist 2:iv. He by I'uteheii , Kingliy 27i, he by tried mid Is a good breeder. tie Mambrlno Mambrlno 1 will at sumo time and place otfer my Chief II. Dnm Merccde., by Chimes ;.IH, by farm of USaeres. Thlspruiiertylssltuutodlu N. II. W. Aarons, of Casey, has with- church. Klectlonwr I2.V l'reuchersville, Lincoln (lounly. Kentucky, Miss Ollie I'hillips, the 12 year old Dure DeWllsu great winner. He won the drawn from the race for the republican In chKiiiploushlpnl the National Horse show and Is one of the most desirable farms this locality nenrchureli, nomination for circuit judge in the 29th daughter of Postmaster I'hillips, acted 111 liix. cIiish I; llrst National Horse Show 111 olllce.fs ;well wnlertd, school houie. mid post DruUesl'rcck running pi in, class 12; championship Natlonul Horse through the farm. Mwiit fidiicrtsof bottom as organist at tho Baptist church Sundistrict. Show M. clussj, llrst NiitlonnlHorseShow laud and as good us the county affords, both The Senate Committee on Finance has day night, and was complimented fur lsui. ilns in I'hamploiislilp National llor.it liemii und toluicco hitting been rulstd oil Show IKii, cla.2; llr.l NullonM llor.uhliow the laud. A good dwelling house oil this her skill in playing. Liberty News. practically decided to take off the counlusi.ebtssa. Ilr.l National Horse Show IU, good cellar 7 Subject Sunday morning ut the Meth- t'las 111: first Ilostou Horse show Use, class farm of rooms, Mneyurd andmade out orchard, tervailing duty on coffee and to levy no fromhouse.il good S; reserve llo.tou Horse ShoM lutt. class 1 stock burn, tolmccoluuu i!xW Id fit l to odist church will be "Methodism; her second Hoslou Horse Show itsei, class .1: tax on tea. eves nnd holds 7 acres of tolsicco. Also u Hoston Horse Show farm, This Much more uttention will bo paid in Place in tho Protestant World." Jun- Ho. ton HurMi show list), llstl,vliik2; reerten tenant house, onfor cash of I rooms. cash class I; third this-to- land will Ui suld or He stiisl The the future to breeding of mules in Mer- ior League at 3 1. M. Senior League lleaiiHorse show lull, class 7 Princess Helen mid remainder In one und two yeursnt 0 per Ideal 2:11. tslre of with M., preaching at 7:30 r. m. 2:UV4I Detll's Da lighter 2llt,. Ha rah Usui, cent, per annummude Hen. Terms oil cer county, aa thero seems to bo moro at 0:45 i, special property day of known Wo give invitation to all men Hn jtlK.Trlfler X:5i!, Daru IhvII. Jr. t:tS. Sale Iteglnsul n o'clock a. n.onAny onestile. demoney In them than in any other class who are not going to any Will make the iiri'Miut seusou ut my farm siring to look lit the property will rull ut other church' 1 111II0 from McKinney, Ky., ut 115 to Insure of livestock just now, says tho thUluriii. to come and hear us on Methodism next I.h lug Colt. J. K. HOI.TZCIAW. Sunday morning. Pastor. H. M. OWKNH, JlcKlnney, Ky. (Jupt. Am Uoume, Auct. Mt Salem. Tho republican Judicial convention at Prompt nnd KfTlclent Herslee Day or Night. Lebanon nominated JohnW.Lewis for Prompt nmUKmctrnt Hervlce Day or Night. judfjeand J. II. GrahanOorCommonW. H. LAIR, HustonvlIIc, Ky., Undertaker. Beau Naboth 45,006, . ITa fttf - ll Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Democratic Ticket. T. F. GROSS, T -f - tff H - 4 -f04 ff'fTT - Dinwiddie & Ladies Low Shoes In Co., Tans and Blacks, light and heavy soles. v. l. Per-ryvil- le Hustonville, Ky.i line L FARM FOR SALE 1 Buttons, Ties And Undertakers and Embalmers. We car- ry an of goods. Pumps. "Walk-overs" DIGNITY DARE1982. Black Joe" " $2.50. makes. They are pretty enough for the most particular. $350, "Ultras" $3, "Brock-por- t" They are as good as man 1. ser-sic- e. REVERSA 47162. ll, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. N highland! DON VARRICK. (illl-nett- e llal-le- 2.',. E2S3SQ39S3SSSe33S33 m t3 M IDF ftl IVF All S! Direct importation from France. The CcJ Trail-sylvnii- Hub-ble- Var-ric- ' fra-me- rs .... .l it, w 65 store-hou3- e BILLY KENNEY. fig very best for eating and medicinal pur- - jq Sj ., i Metro-uillta- n. 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart.' m PENNY'S DRUG STORE, YH Stanford, Kentucky. sed gj fjS 2:'t . (.. l, BBS88B3B3B'DB'E&'8EiE'BEK THE WARFIELD. 11 The American fence. The Fence With Hinge Which has placed it in tho market cccond Some interesting iricen for next !10 Toint And Tension in Curve, fi none. It bull strong, pi Call nnd wo ceo - iu PUBLIC SALE tight, well galvanized and of the beet Hc"sciuer steel wire. Any. it. See tho Poultry Fence have. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FOR SALE! A furm on Imllun Oreek, lirf ncrrs, t', . .. ill.. null. H.ll.ul ..ItlUll ... unit. I.I1HI k,1-- . vvuww. n. VI I.I.I lull., Kiucrt-- s In cultlintluu, rest In tluihtrl kuuu UstDlllnit, burn unit Hll ncvssury outbullU three-year-o- it ld 11 tbreu-yenr-ol- d Mnm-lirln- two-hors- nu.t.u'ii.. Lincoln Bondsjfor Sale! 4 Per Cent. Seml-Annuall- y. r, 0-- i 11 wc-oll- one-thir- d per-unt- il 11 iiiks. r.xciuivns loimccu, corn uuu Kruss In lid i KiHxl orchuril: fiirmwcllwutfrwl. On Oil HATIMtDAY. Ai'ltll. 10. IKsi, ut I U, M. I'Klth'I.NH, on ur mlilrvss o'clock 1 !.. In front of th court housu Mldillt-hurK-, Ky. itonr In HUnford. Lincoln county, Ky., tho unitcrstKneil ciimiuls.louersHlll sell nt pub. lie outcry to tho hlutivst Milder tho IkjiiUs STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. of suld county to the iimuunt of I H.uo fur new courl.hnusi. the iurK,e nf erectluir county, Hiild Uinds will IxiIssuihI In This line blnclc sndclld sliillluu vtus slnil In said -- les, Kerles "A" of IU,ls siiiIUH lirviilliiK sliilllon, (lid lliref by tlix sri'ut rltomtviull. This colt's it is lit uusu lviiuiurk uiul tonslstliiuof W bonds of pn inch, dun rs from Muy I, Itssi, lid Hi)iihlu In 10 uiiiri. He Is it nice colt, Ho litis cults to with tlieprlrlli'Kiiof mlcviuliiK In 7 yeurs. Wlllstiiiul nt ttto iirovw lilsitooU brrt'dliiK. lustiro until wen n I UK tluif Wu hohl u lli'ii Kerbs "II' of II0,II, vouslstlliK of ) bondH on nil colls until luihl for. llnrrin mures of eucb, duu nnd imyublH In IS yeiirs iniiilo to stunil hy thuliniireiiuiitor. Wo hutu from Muy I, WW, with the prhlleiiu of Hrfcct succi ss lit this hru.illiiK. In ID jen rs, Merles"! "of I1S.1HI, conslstliiR of bondii ILLY IRECKINRIDGE.' of euch, due nnd imyuhlu In i yinrn This linn hlnck J lick m slnil hy Slujnr from Wuy l.llsv, but Willi the prHlleuo of John l. Ilurrls' luiportrU Juck. Ho will leileeiuluil III ISyiurs, muk thu senson of luwut my liuru ut It to Huld U)nd. will Iw sold on April 10, IWU.nt Insure ii colt until tnlnn tlmu. Ills lift 1 1'. M. una Mill Im Issued und lieur Interest of iWHIsnuwou my furm to show for Lis from 1st du) of Muy, IKX), with Interest nt good tirveUliiK. H Is n sure, foul getter. per cent,, uiiiblM A. T.TI1AYI.OII A HONH. fleusiint Hill tl II. Cooper, J H.Owsley, Jr., nnd W, B. llmeUlug r'urui, HtuulorU, It. K, I). Mo. 4. llurch, Uommtssloiiers, 1 ' ( iiih inpi ii imp ii.ri"tMjw" "- -. nniwyvM'Jiyp' "i mnni iiipiwni)ii J1H.I un-.- She Looked Well Dressed. Kxccpt tier feet, l)crnum lio did not linvo on a pair of Covert Top Coats AND SILK COATS. Tlii changeable weather demands n light wrap. .icw lino of NEW! NEW! Sec our No more trouble about Needles for your Wo have "ZEIGLER'S SHOES." Don't let tlih mid of you, lint como nml let tii fit you with n pair of Kid, Patent or Tnn 'cilcr Shoes. Notliing left out of tlitec times. Stylo correct, quality rifilit, prices low enougli. 1h) tlicc good?. getting flock of Noedlos, Sewing Machine. in a new Covert Coats at $5 to $10.50. Black Coats at $5 to $12.50. Silk Coats at $5 to $22.00. just put Needles, Shuttles and Bobbins. Come in and ceo this wonderful cabinet. Shuttles mil Dobbins for me In All Nukes of Sewing Machines. !J' SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanfoud, Ky., New Clocks and Watches ller's. & SON. harC. McClary. m m STANEORD KY. L. IL IlllgllCS T. W. Ilumblo W. O. Jlartin at Mue- See my lino of wagon and buggy ness. French cleaned. Cook & Claiborne es - Aritu. 2, 1000 Farmer. Found, n bunch of keys. ... C. Walton. FINE lino of UceN, Poles, Unci and nil other Fishing Tncklo at I'cnny's Wanted, to loan $1,800 on real Drug Store. tate. L. R Hughes. Stanford. lM ! Best lino of wall paper and mattings PERSONALS. wo have ever carried. Prices right. Raymond McHek Is very sick. Tribblo & Pence. Miss Maktiia Susan Wnr.N Is very Lost. Brown mare about 1C hands ill. Cait. It. It. Gentry Is over from high, with saddle on. New shoes on 11. G. Lutes, Stanford. and sound Frankfort. Mibs Hessib Yantib is with Huston-vill- a Miss Lena PnrE, nn aged lady of frienuN. m a limn Danville, died n few days since. Sho Miss Tevib CAnrENTKii is with LexOllie Bailey, colored, who worked was on aunt of Mrs. W. S. Dcnham, of at B. D. Carter's stable for a long ington friends. this city. time, died of consumption at Turners- Mns. r. W. Wmrr visited her parents at Liberty. THE Danville Fair Association has de villo yesterday. Mns. W. II. Shanks is with her rela- cided to solicit no advertisements for Saturday. April 3, at For SALE.-- On tives In Madison. tho fair catalogue this year, says the 1 I will o'clock P. M., at Hustonville, Mns. U. S. Traylor visited relatives Advocate. ofTer for sale a lot of household and at Gilberts Creek. For Sale. Pure S. C. Brown Leg- kitchen furniture. Terms cash. R. B. MRS. Sau Roiiinson is visiting relahorn eggs. Improved laying strain. Edrington. tives in Louisville. Ky. Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, Is Mrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonvillc, Mr. J. A. Allen Is furnishing Mr Phone 83-- rings. with Mrs. II. J. Mcltobcrts. S. II. Martin the material for a dwellMish Anna Miller, of Lancaster, For Sale. S. C. Brown Leghorn ing at Mt. Vernon. This makes the visited Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen. eggs from selected show stock; tho third pattern he has supplied him with Mrs. Fannie Mahtin, of Cynthiano, largo size nnd fine laying strain. Rus- in two years. is tho guest of Mrs. Ccorgo Mortin. sell Brown, Stanford. Hall Mrs. Delia Hall, wife of Mr. Mn. Thomas Walker, of Paris, has All the latest effects and novel de- M. D. Hall, of Louisville, died Wednesbeen with his friend. Mr. A M. Fcland. o signs In pattern hats. Our prices and day and will be buried at Junction City Miss Bessie Hurdle, of tho nftcr funeral services at the section, is ill with pneumonia goods are guaranteed to suit purse nnd Christian church at 11 A. M. of taste. Misses VnnDcvecr. Mi. akii Mrs. Hill Si'ALDINC tauUvillc, visited relatives hero this For Sale. At a very low figure tho I will have my steam cooker on exWMlVt. Jones resturant. A splendid stand and hibition nt W. II. Iliggins' storo on toMrs. J. S. Uice Is with her mother good chance to mako money. For par- morrow, Saturday afternoon. Would at Cavo City. The latter is in poor ticulars sec L. It. Hughes, Stanford. bo glad for all the ladies to call nnd seo health. how it works. Mrs. Adelia Woods. Millinery Opening. 1 will have my Mrs. E. T. Carter ond children re ,nmvl Wnlnrndav to their homo nt Spring and Summer millinery opening Just received n car of Webber WagEvansvllle, Ind. Saturday, April 10. All the ladies are ons, ato we have on hand llooaier Corn Rev. Homer Carpenter, of Lexing- Invited to attend. Mrs. T. F. Gross, Drills, Disc Harrows and other farming implements. See us before placing ton, was here upain this week to see. a Crab Orchard. your order. Coffey & Bishop, Moro-lanmighty pretty girl. For Rent Four nice rooms on first Mr. E. C Hurrle, of Hominey, floor in the D. S. Carpenter property night to attend the Okla.. arrived last Recently repaired and Foil RENT. After May 23rd corner in Hustonvllle. burial of his father. in good condition. Call on or writo to suite of rooms in I. O. O. F. building. E. Roiiinson and wife, of Mn. J. Very suitable for lawyer's office. Ad Carpenter. Lancaster, were on Wednesday's train Mr. jacent to county court rooms. Now oc en route to Louslviltc. I have moved to my store room en cupied by J. N Saunders. Apply to J. Mu. William Huiiule came in from East Main street and am prepared to W. Ireland. Mgr. his broth- do Illinois to attend tho burial of plumbing and tinning. er, Mr. John P. Hubble. A Musical Treat -- In the Easter Come in and se the best rooting on ELWOOI) Tottfn went to Louisville the market. W. K. Warner. Musical Entertainment to be given at Tuesday to tnko an examination pretho Christian church on tho night of BILL Lee and Bob Stewart, both colparatory to joining the Navy. April 9th the people of Stanford will Mrs. R. S. Lytle, of Uanvillo, and ored, were arrested and placed in jail have nn opportunity to hear some splensister, Mrs. Cornie Gillette, of Kansas, Wednesday by Deputy U. S. Marshal did muic, both vocal nnd instrumental George C. Thompson, charged with sell- Miss E E. Smith, who wcro guests of Miss Marie Mahonv. is a teacher of Crab Orchard, ing whisky. They will havo their ex- tho violin in Caldwell College, Danville, Mns. A. Addams, of amining trials nt Danville Saturday. will give two selections. is tho guest of Mrs. John Haldeman, She is a virMr. Thompson took Toy Teators, color- tuoso and no one need apprehend disfor several weeks Courier-JournaMrs. Catherine Redd Dunn nml ed, to Richmond for his trial. Tenters appointment. She has played with daughter, of Crab Orchard, are visiting served out his fine in jail here for sell- much credit in recitals in Cincinnati and Times. ing booze. Mrs. Jno. S. Cooper.-Ixiutsv- ille elsewhere. Hear her on that night. Mr. W. B. McltoiiERTfl Is now pre- Sale of Bank Stocks. On Monday, Ouit old friend and former county-mascrlptlonlst in the large drug storo in April 12th, 1009, county court day, beJudge Ezra S. Gooch, of Somer tho Phoenix Hotel building. Lexington. tween 1 and 2 P. u., wo will sell publicMr. Elmeu HunnLK, of Cynthiano, ly in court-hous- e yard in Stanford 15 set, is a candidate to succeed himself Ind., arrived Wednesday to attend the shares In National Bank of Hustonville, as police judge of that city. During lmrlnl of his brother. Mr. John P. Hub 10 in Lincoln County National Bank nnd the present term he has not missed a day from his offico nnd he has in every ble. 20 in McKlnney Deposit Bank. The Dr. JosErit B. Beck has returned Hustonville bank pays a 10 per cent, way made a most satisfactory official. Wo don't know who is opposing him from a prospecting tour of several dividend, the others C. Cash, Buugh-masincerely believe that it would points in West Virginia. Ho will iro to Harris and Hagin, ndm'ra. J. F. but we bo to Somerset's interest to cleet Judge Idaho next in search of a good location. Cash. Gooch Hgain. The evil doers are oppos Mns. M 1 Smith has returned to Mr. James Frye, formerly of Hus- ing him, we aro informed, and that is Cleveland. Va.. after an extended visit tonville but now located at Tulla, Tex., tho very best reason why ho should sue to Mrs. J. T. Hackley who nccompanled a short has recently been elected secretary of cced himself. her as far as Mt. Vernon for tho Commercial Club of that growing itov with relatives. IIunnLE.-Jo- hn P. Hubble, one of city. He thinks that section of Mr. L. L. Dawson writes us from little Is the placo for Lincoln county's substantial and good he has resiKn tho Lone Star State Jefferson City, Mo., that farmers who have a limited amount of citizens, died at his home near Turners-vill- o ed as prison guard and will return to Tuesday evening after an illness capital, and suggests that those of his During tho eight years he Springfield. He is survivKen- of a week of pneumonia. roll old friends who think of leaving has served he has never missed a tucky write him for a booklet giving ed by his wife, who is a daughter of call. his portion of Texas the late Isaac Cowan, and five children. full Charles Lutes writes from Calgary, and particulars of offered. He was 53 years old and since a boy had the Inducements bought Alta. Canada, that he has just been a consistent member of the Chrisa tn.KOa residence and that he and his & tian church. Store BURCLAiuzED-Cumm- ins He was an exceedingly family are moving into it. Mr. Lutes Wearen'a store was broken Into from clever man and his death is greatly deis greatly pleased with his prospects in the rear Monday night nnd some $10 plored by his neighbors and host of his new home. worth of goods wcro taken. Marshal frionds. The burial will take place in Lair and his bloodhounds wero phoned McKinney cemetery at 11 o'clock this, LOCALS. from Hustonvillo and they arrived Friday morning, after brief services at put tho for An effort will bo made to about 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. They the gravo by Mr. J. C. McClary, Moreland bank into operation by May 1. trailed to tho barn of Mr. Will Stone Fivo men wero entombed ns a result Only a fewjmore days in which dirt and to a number of other places, but by an explosion at Echo mine In Fay-ott- o can bo had f rco of charge. Frits Kruo- - this time it was generally known that of county, W. Va. All are believed Will Mention and Sam Mullins, the gcr, contractor. . . were the guilty parties. to bo dead. Tho Pineville Sun announces that it March camo in like n lamb and went Tho former was found at his homo und out ditto. Considerable wind at times tho goodslwere recovered, and tho Ne will fight any candidate for any office but not a bad month by a long shot. gro, wuo nau luic nis oiu ciomcs in mu who Is opposed to tho county unit law. was A R. Dyche, of Laurel county, store und dressed up from head to foot n For Sale. Single Comb Brown in Cummins & Wearen'a best, was seriously injured while operating a eggs, GOc for setting of 15. Mrs. iimcliiti'j on his farm. caught near Boneyville. They were stump-pullinJ. M. Creas, It. F. D. No. 4,Stunford. both placed in jail. As each is only Judge William H. Holt will bo apAttend Mrs. S. J. Totem's opening about 15 years old, they will more than pointed Minister to Switzerland to sucof millinery goods at Crab Orchard to- likely bo'sent to tho Houses of Reform, ceed Brutus J. Clay. The heaviest snow of tho winter fell Friday and where It is hoped they will learn to day and in the Panhandle region of Texas. mend their ways. s m m m 3 Turn-crsvlllto-dl. n, Leg-horg Denier III Wnll Paper. AIo curry n plen-di- d llneof (Iroeerles.Hoft Drinks, Ktc, Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. Address Box 19C, Stanford, Ky. - Htntonville, Kentucky. Main Strtel, . Want to buy buggy maro or gelding; mare preferred. Dr. G. G. Perry. 2t. .m Livat 10 to For Sale. My home on Danville Drnft Stallion, ing Colt. Insure a Mrs. Ave. All modern improvements. Also a good Mule Jack nt the same John Ellis. prleo and on same conditions. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, 75c M. sj Hauoiiman, Stanford, Ky. pur setting of 15; Hawkins strain. Mrs. S. K. Duddcrnr. Stanford. $149 CHECK AT A BARGAIN. Eons for salo from Red hens, Wild I won In nnnihrrtlslng content Riven liy Mallard ducks nnd Toulouso geese. Mrs. thednlesburt: PIiiihi (!., of OiilPshurif, III., itcheck for til' which Ii trantf. rnblu nnU W. J. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. which nlll Ihi accepted for It face. miIuo ii J. G. W. Armstrong&Co. GEORGE HUR, OXFORDS ! I on any of tlivlr finrt imymentfor this check. It pliiiio in would pity no need wishing to liuy n piano to mil on or nnjone wrllo inn for further Informntlon nt once. Mnswnod, Ky. W.O.l'ATItlUK, Our line of Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Oxfords is now complete. You will find all the latest in styles in Ox Blood, Tans, Patents, Etc. Our prices CHESTER S. This son of Chester Dnrn will mnke the present senson lit 1). H. Carpenter's stuhle. III Ilustonvlllc at $10 to Insure n living rolt. Dkhchiption anii l'Kinmirt:.--HIs n black with slur In forehead, in hnndi high. wiiii mi m style anil nninn cmiracierisiic of the Cluster Dare fnin'Iy, n good ncttng horn.' and u proen breeder. He film tieforr iMijkliiK nnr innrei If jounre looking torn tocxl !r. etiemt living price. Hired liy Ches ter llnre, l.tdnni liy Telegrnph. 2nldiiiiiliy nippy ny .Miiinurino vniei. JNO. (I. LYNN. Hustonville, Ky. u are right. Make your selection before the stock is picked our. We also have a full line of Hosiery to match. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. BEST OPPORTUNITY OF ALL. Richest and Most I'roaactUe Land Unfailing Artesian Wells. Mlth Heen hundred uud sixty acres of Inud ns ot the Nile, ml, fertile in that o( the chocolate nml dark, mudy loam in well us heavy, rich, lilnck alluvial soil. On It nr two lKl1iy nnd constantly flowing arteslnn wells. One of them alone Kill furnish wuttr to Irrigate the entire tract, wtilca In fenced and cro-- i fenced mid lias nil neceary Improvement In the wnv of dwellings, shells and luirns all new. On It gronuiK ami in excellent condition are lai Irull tree.of diifercnt Mirlctl.n. H'or nrlce and terms nddrest Kd 1.. Kltelieurty, corner Nn Mm re and Crockett stretts, Han Antonio, nulll-de- OXFORDS T Texni, Safeguard the Future The safest, sun st and ino.t ndeuuate safe guard for the future is a policy in ! The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life It Is conmlcuous for economical innnime- ment. Illiemllty of Its ixulo contract, fair denllng with Its iiieiiiliersand Inrgu returns to iKMicy Homers, 'lhe. comiuiny Is Juit entering the of it successful hiislness career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than Have you seen our elegant line of Ladies Oxfords ? If not, you are missing the shoe opportunity of your lifetime. We have the most complete array ever shown, Patents, Vicis, Browns and Tans. No woman's attire is complete unless her SIXTY FOURTH YEAR all other loiupanlcs combined. Write tor rutriuumm, siniing ugc und wiiclucr married or single to it. M. NKWLAND Special Act. Mjers llouno KlnL.Mantonl, Janus I. White. Solicitor for Itockcnstle Co. feet are properly shod. We are specialists in this line and want every woman to bring her feet to us. A fit guaranteed. "G ALTON "I29l07 Hlieof Cahln t :lv4, Al Hum. i::','. nml six others with trials Irom 1:110 to 2:1, e t ho only ones t hut wereever handled lor speed. Alio theslmof one dam with nnluthu3::ull3t. Hired tiytiainlwttH Hn the SUM list, la In i'.iuiitul iKltcr.chilmtd to Iki the greatest sire In the world. 1st ilatii Iialsy Kleld (grand dam of f with records of from 2:17 to 2:fv, inx'si lv Knilc Id V sun of llamhletoiilan Id. dull! liv beele) American Htnr. Kutlvid i:iv hah 0 In 2::i. his daughters hava mi In or lM'tlr, Slid dam quickstep liy Kentucky Prince, Jr.. sire oU.Q. 2:I7, lemonade, 2:271, nnd diimsof l& In the i:'M lUt 3rd dam liy Old Joe, sire of the dumof J.q. lillj,. (liutoii carries the Mood of four leading families: I Iiiiiililetoiiliin, Wilkes, Mambrliio Chief and Heeleya American Htnr. Oaltou'scolts have gone against nnd defeated the liest In harness classes ana roadster rlngs.they are In great demand, selling as high lis SLUM nfter maturity. )eurllngs from II.'jO to.Ti. Oiilton will stand at m stable miles West of HustoiiWIle on plkoat SIS to Insure n llxlug colt. W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Money dim If iiui re 1st railed after Iwlng tired, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT l'lenty of griss. ut month, itedex-prcHtl- y J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER mures, no other stock mixed with J. B. PAXTON, lor mares, lints grass lots and largo stables for J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. mares to foal, drain fed at cost. l'hone In residence, IlustomllleK.xchange. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER W. M. l(Ol)l), HtistuuWIW, Ky, DIREOTORSt tho-ear- Heasun of )!"!'. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Of Stanford, Kentucky. Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Capital, :. $50,000.00 Surplus, Resources, 38.000.00 340,000.00 "Xlmont Dare 3228. A. H. Il.lt. Hired by Dignity Dure lli, he by Chester Dare lu, lie by lilacs. HiUlrrel sn. he by King William tC. Istdam Toxiiwny 476N, also registered In Vol. I0,A. T. 11. It. Hhe by MnuilirliioiSiU). he by Almout CU) 2nd dam Uulv Dints by Urlt lutls,by Ilour-Wi- n Chief; 3rd dam Mat tie H., by Foreign Light, by Komlgner, by luiiorted (llenco; h 4lh dam Kettle 0., bvCuniilngliani'sCopper-bottoni;5tdam liy luiorUd lluixnrd. .Notk. Alinont Dare, so far lis we are able todlscoter. Is thellrst horse on record having to his credit the. honor of defeating with his own progeny those, of Ills great aire, Dig-n- it v Dare. doing so with bis first cron of col is every tliuuthey came together. As an liidlMdiinl tins is a ery aiirarme nurse. Minimis hlL'h with lots of weight and nnlsh. color, luiy; action extremely high und fast. Hhows il distinct saddle gaits, all very fast J. B. John Owslov, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stauford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shatiks, Stanford; T. C. Ilun- - kin, Lancaster; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; V. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. 3irst Rational Stanford, Jfcy. OryantJrtrf, SS2. Capital Sftancj S9,000. and pleasant. A lull brother to the great gelding, Nettletou, that sold at t J ears for Sl.iiiiiiud to the great show mure. Foxy liare, tutu won mure premiums tor me number ot shows than liny mine eer sired by Dliiiitt.v Dure. Were It not for two splints coming on hint he would eaillj Iihvh won the Htutc. Huddle Championship. This horso Is a result of long .... and careful matlm; - ot tho very 1.1best 1... 111 I I...... in iiiiifiiicu. in- iitsiiin. I.. MimHi lliuvoiiiiirv....! nnd Individuality, Is ns strong ui (llhrultHr Ills colls a rum pin iv (iiroviug mm. H.e fud horsunnd jou will well mld. He will iiiuki thesiuson of IUW at our stable. utile from lltistoutlllo on the. Huston-vill- o ', A Liberty nlke.iit IIS to Insure n IK Inn cult. Mares traded or bred elsewhere renders sea son due ut time of such transaction, W IU also stand a mine jacs. us m. (truss furnished 111 ubuildHllctl Ut 12 ller month. Our personal uttctitloit to nil stock but will not bo responsible loruecldcnts. K.H. lllWKI.I.Jk HON, lIutonille, Ky. 11 Sloe, S5O.OOO. Surplus and''Undiuitttd SProitt, j?as paid in 'Dividonds sinoo Organization, S2f, 500. fnvita 7ou Accounts on Our OFFICERS. . S. 9erit Hoclter, 1'resident;, S. T. Harris, John , McKoberts, Cashier; II, C. Diughman, Asst, Cash'r W.W.Saunders.Uookkeeper. t: DIRECTORS. F. Keid, II. Uaugliraao, ,1. M. 1'ettus, M. D. Utmure, II, C, Daughinan, J. V. Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Kobloson, , S. IlocVer, W. U OUannou C. E. Tate. J '" iiwpiw ww w V- - The Interior Journal. FotUOffiei Jtrdtrtdinlhe ptond-clu- ei Hanferd t matter. L. &N.TITCETHBLE ' No.SSItWP. No. 17, IililT No.M.Houth.lltMr. M. No.SI.Honlh.llafl A X. No.Jl. North, tlM A. M. No. . North, 5:ff P. M. A. M. M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. twrtnn in this citv who issuf- cring Itom Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo, a ciean ZEMC external use. All durgcists DRUG STORE. PENNY'S pVi.f J. 5. ulnr November election, 1909. 2. All democrats who are legal voters EGGS FOB SALEM shall bo entitled to vote In said primary election, and aro requested to do so. Thoroughbred H.tMlrown teghorn eggs, 3. Any person who desires to be a from selected stock, lll'HHKI.l. HIIOWN. candinnto for the democratic nomlna Htanford, Ky, tion for circuit Judgo or Commont V. wealth's attorney shall not later than FRUIT ORNAMENTAL ITREES. April 30th, 1909, Rive notice of such intention, in writing, to G. L. Penny, Everything for Orchard, Law nnd Oar- chairman of the District Committee of den W rite for catalogue. v tho Thirteenth Judicial District, nnd, In It. K. lltLt.KNMKYKIl .. HONH. Islington, Ky. Surgeon Dontist, alditlon, candidates for the nomination - KENTUCKY. for circuit judge f hall, at tho time of STANFORD. CUT FLOWER Si FOR SALE! giving said notice, deposit with the in aforesaid chairman tho sum of ?G0O, Office over McRoberU Drug Store I and candidates for the nomination for wellcan furnish the nubile with the lcst. ns ns the freshest of cut flowers, plants of the Owsley Buildinp. Commonwealth's attorney shall, at tho all kinds, bulbs, potted Honors, on short notice. Also I of giving said notice, deposit with for for funeral make n scclnlty of wreaths time puriioses. In connection with the above, I have nil Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tho chairman $300. power lw)ller and engine mul saw kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable J. Said District Committee shall meet prices. mill for sale. Will sell either or liotti.k4 , .'iuiirMA. KtiiiKr;;i iiuij-skm- l'HOH. tho ofTico of the secretary in Danat Oiias. KMKM.IN, OttcnhrtnTTKy. llUMlUHI), 'ostolllce, Waynesburg, Ky, Htanford, Ky. ville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May 5, Nothing But 1909, at 2 r. M and if, at the expira DEITS COLLECTED. tion of the time fixed by Section 3 D. hereof, there be not more than one can Wo collect nnfes, claims nnd accounts In The Insurance Man, any part nt the UnlHsl Htntes, No charges didate for circuit judgo or Common unless collected. Oollevtluns promptly reSTANFORD, KY. wealth's attorney who has complied IS.Koaled May A. It", black with white points, mitted. Try us. by Wonder TSi.hu br 111 hands. nlril HOYIl'Ht'OM.KOTION' AflKNOY. with the conditions of Section 3, then Tom. he by Ilelknap. 1st dam Chennult Jen Residence l'lione 30; CWlco, SO. Homerset, Ky. by ImiHirtitl Jumbo, the commltteo will declare to bo tho net f.17 make the season of l(aUat my farm t Will Insure vritli mo and be fully miles from Hustonlllnon the Illackplkeat nominee for tho office sought, that per protected. tU for lennets and 110 for mares, to Injure. Tht Joieph Prlci Sanatorium, son who is the only candidate, and shall i win nisosinna several otner jncks ai jio Also several stallions at North Uincastcr Hlreet. refund to such candidate the entrance for mares. ing colt. Grass furnished $10 to nt U Insure b lit fee paid by him, less his proportion of per month. Jennets or mares parted with tnnford, Kontucky. forfeits the Insurance nnd makes season the costs already accrued from advc: money due. J.K. HAUOHMAN. Js n handsome, largo young Jersey Bull, detising and preparing for the election. of Diseases of the Kye, Nose, Ky. For Treatment (leiilto-lrliiiirscended from n long and unbroken line of l Throat, Kar, .Orthe most noted bulls and cowi on the Is5. The polls shall be opened in each gans, Ners oils Hj stem and isurgery. America. Ill; land ot Jersey Knglnnd nnd ever Imported and every precinct of nil the counties one of the liest bulls sire it given &i and bli dam Is a show cow that lias you be- in the district aforesaid, in the usual poundsof rich milk In one day. If lieve "Like liegets I.Ike or the Likeness of and regular voting places. lleg. No.tt, A.H. II. II. some Ancestor" nnd bac n strictly good G. Upon the closing of the polls, the Ileatitlful bay saddle stallion, IS.:', hands, cow, you should avail yourself of his sera limited Uolge Nn, m. V. . A. vice. He will lie nllowed to serve shall proceed to count tho bal foaled June. I'.ii. Ills sire was the greatest InLincolncoiiimuulcatlononeacli M.wlllmevt outnrst nnd stated number of approved, registered cowsfee of oXicers show horse in Kentucky. He has Iwlance. third Monday nights of each month, at 7:year, for n side of our own herd this lots and to make returns, and in so do high lhee SJrnch. Make engagement before sending ing shall bo governed by the provisions blood net Ion nnd the spevd Indicated by ueck, o'clock lu their hnll on Main street, Htnn- Hues. He hns the long, thin rra fonl.Ky. MrinUTs of sister KEIli AOTTKlt, tow to be bred. strong. short Ixick, delicate head, well set, teriiatly tmltetl to l! pn'sent lodgesI..ure (J Htanford, ky. Penny, Telephone no. heavy tall. Hat nnd good K. 11. Wh have to ofTer three extra choice of the general election laws, and the fiMit nnd eyes oiHine, clean hock the get of W. M.,T. W rennlngtoii.Hec. of bull cahus Unit will be sold nt right prices. returns shall be made to the chairmen the Denmark. characteristic Preston King We feel that of the respective counties in the dis speed, action anil Individuality mutt add to Notice Poultry Raisers! the merit of our Kentucky horses nnd we trict, who will deliver the nsk for him n llleml patronage. This richNow Is the time of year tof-ejour fowls ly bredjoung horse has nil the itinlltlesof certificates, nnd any questioned bal a great sire, lione and stjle His a good tonic, cures Cholera. (Innes, You cin find our Htnndnrd Ilemedy, the the lloup, canker nnd l.lmlwrnvrk, when fel as blooil lines come to lilm through :reutestlilwid ana liver meuicinejuiKiiiiw u, lota to this committee. itiiMiitmiiUtu. Mult Uheum. Kld stock. I'reMon VJJ. his sire, as the a preientle It not only keeps them healthy 7. The officers of election shall be se- grentcst show horsoot nis itny, winning nt but makes them lay. v nVniiiiL, ii ml all diseases arising from blood It has no eiual. It is manu- lected from lists to be offered by the all the fairs and horse, shous, taking the byPrice fi cents, no cure, no pa, guaranteed Impure jour druggist. Oeo. I.. lVnny. try It under blue string at Ht. Uiuls, winning ll.no You factured under the pure food net of June . in... nmi r.tn.iMtii.t.1.1 ii v i h n man u f fte t ure r If candidates, in accordance with the pro see that 1'rcstou King can not help but l a the guarantee, Ask for booklet on dleases great saddle horse sire. Illsilnm. NVII MS of Ixiullry according to directions the lemwiy Is taken . v , tracing to ana II ne or sneis noi iieiiciueu nj money. visions of the primary election law, by was by VanMctcr's King Htonewnll Juckson. nnd on his sire's slue to nin,., iMniuk'iii' villi refund tour district committee. Washington Denmark r.l. We can do nothing more. Kuch package tho guaranrr.DliuiKK fired by Prv.tonWJ,!. Wash8. Each candidate shall be entitled to contain 9 doses 1th n regwereu "suctions, ington 51, by t'roniw ell T8. by Washington tee and mailing card with fulllnat on rv designate by written notice to the Denmark, ill. 1st dnm by VanMeter a Klug w ..n.t it in nv address by mall relpt ol II per package or six pneknges for chairman of each county committee in W,by HlUer King. Iiy (m Time, by HtoneNow Livcrv lioto-dny- . If taken In wnll Jackson, tr M., Hobble's gnat shou 15. Ketterorderu Dopot a dam .lip, by the famous tlmetou might sae the big doctors bill. the district, not less than fivo days be horse. 2nd by (list's lllnck Hawk, K. Cabell's Itemcdy accord H. sire llemenilxTlfjou take Phono 9G, fore May lfi, 1909, the name of one per Dam, llelle bv Ithoderick 101, by Mniiibrlno ing to instruction nnu am mn you get your dollar back. ou will not son for each voting precinct in each l'grand in, Washington .'l.ilnin Alice ,M, by Harp's llaleote Ml. VariMeter's King TtJ. fimiiiiaiwiniwii'iii firm? stores for sale. It Is sold only bv our dulv authorized agents. county, to act as challenger and inspec dam Maud V til. by C'riinger r". H. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Tkkmis Mares will 1m kept at IlfcUUEN WILLIAMS, Agent. tor for said candidate at said primary month at owner' risk. Thev will iM 'r receive Mares sold or the most careful ntlentlon. election. is Curable with frfelts Insurance und the fe due. 9. On the next day after the returns fiartt-ZEMO, a scientific preparation fo our place external use. Stops itching instantlj Will make the season of l'. shall have been made, the committee at ln to Insure a lit, Ing colt. at cause skit AIko wilt stand one good black Jack, four and destroys the Btrrat that shall meet and canvass the vote cast years old. at ln to luiureii living colt. diseases. Ecxema cyickly yields and it and issue certificates of nomination. V.ll..te. I.. nriUir'It.VIt, Itowlnnd. Ky. permanently cured by this remarkable 1'huiiH lis !,. We are In position to do nil kinds of con- - 10. Ths chairman of the district is di medicine. All Druccisti. Write for samMvinuii errting, sucn as iiiock any thing uih. ple. E. W. RoaeMed.Co., St.Louls.Ma rected to employ a person to copy from from ni nnd. In fact, we can make house down ton fence iost. We can st-yoPenny's I)ru;j Store. the regular registration books made in gunrnntee flrt-"'.tpromptly und work and material. Call and get our prices Danville and Harrodsburg in 1903, the (No. I17M.I before you buy your material at least. names of all democrats, and the person Vol. IT A.T. II. It., bred by i:ueiiu lluck- so employed shall return the copies, er, (letirgetown, Ky. Ashland llriMik was foaled llul, solid Uiy with left hind foot certified as required by law, to the wime.siauus ir, nanus n gn. n o. llve im.r tu. a.nr. taken In lallor of ri I'KiiiintKK Hired nv silent .,r nrooK. Stanford, Ky. chairman, who shall cause them to be iiiTiai. !ii. if,.. tir.. (Si i,,r.ir.., IT" "ye- - 'T,.., ,:...;.,.,,.. llll- i.i,,r.,llw ll -l VMlllll cr!- "I r:17".. n duly delivered to the officers of election. llathgate.Jill1, lleitle lirook. i iieiiorouK.z:i,...ieiinie nrooK. Hi i:!?1. cluthes.wlll hate that Indtt Iduallty nnd lit which plainly Indicate they were mnda to IjiiIv lirook. I::si The chairman is further directed to r.uioii Mtone. will alio take measure. uunnllig lirook. tiU. Silent lirook your for utra Itrousers, fancv your mens, esls, top cause to be printed and prepared for andll.irknlght.No by i, the sire of Hearch- - ure ami ierconts. ui,. z;iti4 iirigniiigui, s:uv,, anil vaipi. coatson hand ready forKail mid Winter sum. use the requisite number and kind of jour Ini'iecllon. ' No. SK: pies Imrkiilcut slnsl bv Alcrone 2.77. Ashlnnd llrook's 1st dam llunn billots, which shall bear the facsimile record by H.O. HUrLKV.TlieTnllor. 11: 1:1V m. Wren Htnuford, Ky. of his signature, and ho will procure the sire ofAshland Wilkes. 2:Wrecord Hally John It. (ientry, Ashland Wilkes sired by Hid i:Mx the necessary election supplies and Wilkes. I. I.l. lie bv Wilkes. m'IimiiI & cause them, together with the ballots, dam. side Lilly, bv Pretender, ll.VI.Srd dam ny Jim ji on roe, ta be delivered to the officers of elecNotk. Ashland lirook Is u handsome fellow with lots of substance, has a IkjIiI wnv tion, as required by law. of going with speed, st)le mid uctlon. Ills 11. Tho chairman will cause copies oldest crop of colts are two ears old, and they are hereof, certified by himself and the sec- ing good all one could eijuiel, they all Inurcolors Willi plenty ot site, und great style nnd llnlsh. Ashlnnd lirook will retary of the committee, to be posted make the present season at 115 to Insure a . at the court house door in Stanford, vingcoii. Will iilsostnnd the great leunet Lancaster, Danville and Harrodsburg, Jack, Hilly Keene.nl SKI formule andmid t.V mares and in 20 other conspicuous places in for Jennets to Insure u living colt. Hilly Keene was tired b Tom Keene; 1st dam li UndeitaKera and Embalm each county in the district for not less the Imp. ralirmo, Sddamby Hubble's 1'rluce. theslreof Joe lllnckburnanii llrlg- Also Dealers iu Fur 40 days prior to May 15, 1909, and nollu. Hilly Keene stands full 10 hands, era. than black, with said notice shall be published in each unsurpassed white points nnd us u breeder Is niture, MattingB.Rugn. They usiiiiileorjenuet Jnck.hlscolts Klg always bringing the highest prices. Mini world lit of the leadlm; companies of the democratic newspaper In the district. will exchange Furniture'for traded, parted with or bred elsewhere for. alt the represented. of Compete In rules with companies G L. Penny, Ch'mn. the felts the Insurance und money lievouies due Ing record uusuriMissed, world. had it law II Kinl of Stock. Give Never nt (lie time of such transaction. Chenault Hucuely, Sec'y. suit lu the history of this agency, losses promptly iuld und without discount. No ThimaCall. Prices Right. w ailing ru days tor your money. Heforo Insuring, cull on FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. i No. I'M.) KENTUCKY. STANFORD. Vol. I. A. H. II. It King Kagle Is HI lunula MAHONY D. It. Moore bought of Crit liottom & hlgh.durk buy with (lowing mane mid tall, 13 calve3 for SU0. goesull the gaits with plenty of n'eil, siic The Insurance .Men of Stanford. J. K. Baughman, of the West End, mid uctlon, Hired by Itojul King. SS.VS, he I'KiiiiiiiEK. by On Time, 7(5, he by Hloiiewall Jacktoii, will put in 30 acres of tobacco. It. Hoyul King's 1st (lam Mullle For Sale. COO bales of Rood No. 1 aV(, wus by the noted slreOabbell's MuunU.u l.eslng-toK. 1st Hip, wheat straw. Robert Leigh, Shelby she by H. King Kagle's he bydam King aS'H, Kagle Hlrd, lull, Old Ku. City, Ky. le,7al. Sililum by Hid Moll, Urd duni by Harris' Ik'niniirk. lie by Miller's Heiimnrk, I'uro lioone county whito seed corn , Itlidiiin bv Jim Hell ithoroiighbriil.i Weak Kidneys, nraly point to weak kldnsy Nerves. Jlosrt. and ths at $1.25 per bushel. W. E. Moss, Lan- it Notk. King Kagle Is u combined stallion, rtomsch. Ths Kidneys. Uka th not In the organ Or kfind their weakness, breeder of line colored and high styled -rmy colts, they nil having size, style and uctlon. Itself, but In the nerves that control and guide caster, Ky. strengthen them. Dr. Bhoop's Restorative It lie J. W. Irvine & Co., of Hoyle, sold the sired the colt that won the IA (take nt and a medicine specifically prepared to reach these Htanford Kulr.uud thelstukent ilefeatlug here four of the get of the controlling nerves. To doctor the Kldneri alone. to Mr, Petty, of Sedaliu, Mo., three great Hex 1'eavine. Is futUe. It Is a wast of time, and of money as This get of King Kagle -' i fTZSM was second lu the IMlstnkeiit llurrodsburg well. jacks for 2,C0O. M ii-(-rf If your back aches or Is weak. II the urine with II entries and defeabsl the colt that CO bales of good timothy Foil S ALE. won this stake two out of three shows Ills scalds, or li dark and strong, If you bare irmplome ii re liidemnnd, bring the highest prices. ol Bright! or other distressing or dangerous kid. colts and 100 of clover hay. Mri. F. Ii. King Kngln will muke the present seusomit ner disease, try Dr. Eboop's UestoraUre a month Tablets or Liquid and sea what It can and will Iluatonville, Ky. the low price of lift to Insure u living colt. Will stand the greiitmulu Jack, Jim doiorjou. Druggist recommend and Mil Muck Hughes, tho horse factor, sold Keene, also 10 for mares nnd lii for Jennet, ut to W. S Smith for a Chicago party a to lusuru a living colt, Jim Keeiie, sired by the great Hilly Keene. Istituui bv the Imp. tine saddlo homo for 300. Kevin-I- s Wells Und isyt Undertakor. Embalmor and ' Foil Sale. A numbei of Advocate John mule Jack,dam by Heeclier. Jim big, nice great hands high, black with while points. u Harnoas, 'Saddlery, mare mules, good workers, four to six All of the ubue mentioned stock will i years old. , b. M. Owens, McKinney, make the season of 1UW nt our siable.... " ..... ..... ..... nu. .. .!.... tl... ...u, nine. i iii, ui niuiiiuiii uu ins rwiviny iuy pike, Ms res traded, purled with or bred STANFORD, - KY- Henry Hester bad a mare to drop elsewhero forfeits the (usuriime und money Isicoiiius due ut the time such transaction, twin mare mule colts the other day. for further Informationofcull on or nddrvs They are bath perfectly formed and of H.T. HAltltlH. IIOHT. WOODH, Homtiriiona 8. good size. Cirtt rh)nr, 167. I'liouo 7, Mug 3. PENNY'S DRUG STORE Htanford, Ky, The Truth Call For Primary. Ca'l for Domocratlc Primary In the 13th Judicial District made by the Demo a tic District Committee. 1. A primary election Is hereby called, to beheld in tho several voting precincts of Lincoln, Iloyte, Garrard and Mercer counties, between G A. M. and I r. M., on Saturday, May 15, 1009, for the purposo of nomlnatlnR democratic candidates for the offices of circuit Judge and Commonwealth's attorney in and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, to be voted fornt the rcjj' J. H. Hemdon, of Madison county, sold to W. E. Mercer, of Frailer, Wayne county, tho great saddlo ital lion, Mark Hanna, for a fancy sum. lleau Naboth will make tho season at my barn. Bring mo your barren marcs. I have successfully used tho Imprcgnator for two years. Felix White, Stanford, Ky. John G. Lynn bought of It. S. Scud-dc- r tho saddle stallion, Chester S., and will make present season with him at the stable of D. S. Carpenter at Mr. Lynn paid a handsome prico for him. of-19lids-tonvll- v 1 HgjijiBBBH VSir i jOkJI '"'"' I A. S. PRICE, This Planter has been on the market for years and there is no experiment as to whether it will work or not. Can furnish the Disc or Runner, Edge or Flat Drop. - ?g88r . ... ?" THslV'ft.IIWl b E. T. PEVCE, STANFORD, KY. CsO FOR SALE larns. Insuranco. Jesse Wearen, CHOICE GOODS. 15 o r-- 5 5-- 2. , 2-- D 2.if 5 b Adorina's Fox Q o e c B 5 PRESTON KING. sr- -ff D a MASONS' MEET. 7Ln 5 3 o f." Bl ? 3 Z. x o lr e c K c a D At McKinney, Ky., stub-book- s, 5 m a "2. r o S. D. CARTER, Stroct, aST as 3 ufiiru, SAMSTANFORD, KY. ROBINSON, CONCRETING ss Eczema MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky.; ASHLAND BROOK, PHILLIPS BROS.. When Ordering Clothes Invites you to -- .l the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. e SE- J.L.Beazley&Co., :l. 'lo-le- Mahony Rankin, Styles iii to the mltiiito. l'ricca lieyniul c.niiKtiti Wo nlo etate'lliat our Spring Line ii wnv winileto. To wvc money, come nml n-- nnil lie coiivincetl. Our Siirinj; Line of Slmo for Luliti, Miso.t nnd Children mul our line of Gunl'g Shoet will certainly Ilanaii nml Wnlkovur linos nre hiiiiiniers nml arc utrh'tly reluilile. Vours for mi honcHt denl, CiiAiu.iw Wiii:i.u:i:. INSURANCE, Highest Market Prices Paid For Life, Fire, Ia-v- Hens lie. and Tornado. Roosters 4 to 4 Farm Property a SpeChickens 9 to 10c. cialty. Accident Eggs, Hides, Furs. Ducks 10 to 10 Geese 6 to 7c. l.--2c. KING EAGLE. - RANKIN, Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford, Ky. .4 .. C. MtcCIary, Weak Kidneys m -- - A-Z- iPPSj: a' Ijiii-cast- liar-nett- e, ealorln Dr. Shoon's Restorative This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. Investigate before placing your order. W. H. HIGGINS, ..MtjirW., ." 1 v . --- --' " ,' v, i9m1"' i.'"i'jeai 'sjsjMfr&tja tfr ,m