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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): April 6, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909040601_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): April 6, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Srnwniif wnpffi 1 1 .uwif luppymai PWT jptpvpimnuuiiji WWPrfWf The Interiop Journal. VOL. XXXVII. MIDDLEDURG. John Price and Miss Ethol Uaatln, of th. Wnlltnwn icctlon. wcro married Sunday, Kev. L. U. Leo officiating. Sickness la abating iomowhat here. Those who have been confined to their homes aro out again and a bolter feeling prevails generally. The trustees aro making an effort to buy tho Mlddloburg Normal College for the use of the graded school. In caao thnir fall to buv tho property. I'rof. J. S. Lawhorn proposes to lease It to tho Klngsvllle and Her Advantages. The following In circular form Is Doing sent out by the enterprising citizens of Klngsvllle and vicinity: Klngsvillo Is a small town, located In STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL NEWS NOTES. Tho 0. 1909. mo. ii; Wayne. Saturday. Fort Worth, Texas, suffered n $5,- - Col. David Irvine, a wealthyl citizen 000,000 fire. Six people lost their lives. of Madison, is dead at an advanced 561 In tho election "drys" rarricd Taylor county by IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Magistrate J. G. Carterjis dead In Lincoln county, Ky., on tho Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific It. It., 130 Has a good miles south of Cincinnati. Graded School, thrco churche, four stores, hotel, pinning mill, saw mill, hogshead factory and other convenienc es- - nuch as rural mail and telephone service that reach molt overy farm house. Tho town Is surrounded by a coun trustees for a term ot years. The Saints havo Just closed n two try that olTcrs spcclnl Inducements to weeks' meeting at the new church on men of limited means who wish tojsccuro Grovo Kldge, just cast of Yosemlte cheap homes. Our winters aro mild, Hots. O'Dear and Chappell did the our summer days nro pleasant and our preaching and largo crowds attended summer nights aro delightful. A bad drouth or crop failure hns nevtho services, especially at night, though but few wcro sufficiently Impressed er been known hero. The county Is blessed with never failing springs of with the new doctrine to embrace it. tho finest freestone water. d The death of Dr. J. T. Wesley, Tho land Is sufficiently rolling to In last Friday's Issue, has cast a Prob- drain and produces fino fruits and vegcommunity. gloom over tho ably no one could havo left us who etables, also field crops, such as corn, would havo been so sadly missed. Ho wheat, oats, cow peas, potatoes and was a familiar figure hero for nearly 00 tobacco. Ilurlcy tobacco of a very fino years and was foremost In every good quality Is grown hero and from 200 to bushels of potatoes have been grown work. Ho was a man of even temper, 400 polite to every one, even to the urchin on ono acre of this land. All the tame Ho loved his profes- grasses grow here, but Red and Alsyko on the road-sidwhich ho devoted his whole clover, timothy and orchard grass aro sion, to usually grown. life, and practiced In tho poorest homes tho varieties Strawberries of the finest quality aro regardless of tho prospects of remuneration. Ho was a member of tho Meth- shipped from hero every season. As stated nlwve, this locality olTers odist church and superintendent of his limitSunday school almost continuously slnco special Inducements to pcoplo of church, somo 25 ed means. the organization of tho Land Is cheap here now but with good years ago. Ho took great interest In good climate, education and had high ideals as to tho schools, and churches, funeral ser- good water and tho land itself productraining of youths. Tho ing from $125 to $100 per aero (especvices took place at the Methodist Thursday afternoon and were ially when cultivated in tobacco,) this church 25 to CO conducted by his pastor, Kev. W. W. land will advance in prico from Hunt, when his lody was laid to rest percent, within the next fow years. This is not a real cstnto advertiseIn Mlddleburg ccmotery. Dr. Wesley of nfew, plain was 69 years old and had been a prac- ment, but tho statement Assoticing physician for 48 years. His wifo facts furnished by tho Growers' left to mourn his ciation of this community, the names of and three chilercn are otlictal members aro herewith loss. In his demisu the wifo has lost whoso loving husband, the children a kind submitted. n C. D. Evans, Chairman. father, the church one of its most deJ. II. McKek. Vice Chtn'n. voted members and tho community an M. G. Murphy, Secretary. honest man. men-tione- Mndamo Modlcska is sinking rapidly and all hope for her recovery has been abandoned. Mrs. Lublo Tharpc, aged C2, wns found dead In bed at her homo in Georgetown. Sheriff Evcrsole, of Perry county, was held In $2,500 on tho charge of shooting Nathan Englc. Pascual Cervera, the noted Spanish Admiral, is dead at Ileal, Spain, after a long IIIneM of heart disease Joo Cans, who for 12 years was re garded as ono of tho world's greatest prize fighters, has consumption. Everett Whlto shot and instantly kill ed his father-in-law- , John Fisher, and neighbor, James Itayburn, in tho door-yar- d of his home at Mason City, W. Vo. Sam Laffata, found guilty at Detroit of sending threatening blackhand letters to several Italians, was sentenced to from seven and a half to 15 years In prison. The county unit local option bill failed of passago in tho lower house of tho Missouri Legislature. Tho measure lacked six votes of tho constitutional ago. Kev. W. A. Cooper, aged 97, and a Baptist preacher for 77 years, is dead at Montlccllo. Richmond defeated Pineville nt has kct hall at tho former placo Saturday. Tho score was 1G to 14. Col. Samuel H. Stone, formerly of Madison, is dead In Louisville. He was auditor under Gov Bradley. Mrs. Emma Crawford Nichols, mother of County Clerk John B. Nichols, is dead at Danville at an advanced ago. J. C. Rlnehart and J. II. Stillwcl consumated the trado Tuesday by which tho latter takes chargo of tho Catching Hotel. -- London Sentinel. Robert Baker, W. B. Totem nnd R. II. Turner, all Garrard county farmers, and ranging in ago from CO to 70 years, died last week. Tho latter was a Con- i IfI 111 federate veteran. Georgo Stanley, wanted by Federal authorities for alleged complicity In the riot at Stearns on Christmas day, has been captured in North Carolina by secret service agents. Mrs. W. B. Lee died at her homo near Lowell, Garrard county, from an attack of rheumatism followed by heart majority of 72. Fire thought to havo been of Incen- failure. She was about 39 years old diary origin destroyed the plant of the and leaves two daughters and a husColumbus Baking Company at Huntington, W. Va , the largcit concern of its kind in the State Tho supremo court of Virginia has declared tho local option election held In Fredericksburg last May valid. This Is tho first time Fredericksbarg has been "dry" In Its history. A jury in New York gave a verdict for $92,000 against Joseph Leiter and Joseph Hoadley in a suit brought by brokers who alleged they lost that sum through tho defendants' orders. The immigration movement into Canada from the United States for March hns been the largest for many years. The rush has kept tho customs, immigration and quarantine officials busy. Fire hroku out in a breast of the eight level of North Mahnnoy colliery, at Mahanoy City, Pa , and is burning fiercely. Mine Inspector Fenton is directing tho work of fighting tho flames. Tho poheoof Toledo, O., claim a murder mystery is attached to tho finding of the bodies of Ludwig Krueger nnd wifo under the cellar of their home, which had been burned by unknown murderers. Robbery was tho motive. Gov. Willson granted a full pardon to Col. Garnett Klpley, assistant ndjutant general, who was arrested at Frankfort on a warrant charging him with perjury In a damage suit brought by Mrs. Newton Hazelett against Walker Duncan at Shclbyville. Tho Stalo has introduced many wit nesses in tho I'arrish trial at Hawes-vill- o who told of their experiences in trying to get their money out of the wrecked bank at Oensboro. The case has progressed so slowly that night sessions aro being held. Every colliery In tho nnthracito region closed down Thursday in response to an order of President T. L Lewis, of tho United Miuo Workers of America, who designated tho day for celebration of tho establishment of tho eight-hoday in the bituminous regions. Judgu Cook, at Hopkinsville, grant ed u mandamus asked by the County Board of Education to compel tho Fiscal Court to levy a tax to raise $10,000 for support of tho common schools, under provisions of tho new school Tho Fiscal Court refused to law. mukn the levy on grounds that the law was unconstitutional, and to make a test case. This decision upholds the school law. An appeal will bo taken. ur You cam go wrong if In Style, in Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, you wear one of our band. Assistant Adjutant General Garnett Ripley was arrested on a charge of perjury. The warrant was sworn out by Judge E. II. Davis, of Shelby county, charging him with swearing falsely in testimony he gayo in tho sensational damage suit filed by Mrs Josic Hazelett against Walker Duncan, in Shelby county. Duncan killed Hazelett during the night rider troubles in Shelby county last year. CHURCH 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. MATTERS. Resolutions of Respect. Waynesburg K. 0. T. M. Lodge No. G5. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. At Purdom's sulo in Doyle corn sold at $1 M to$l 95. Extra good seed corn for sale. Dr. Whereas the Grand Master of tho Hugh Keid, Stanford. universe has seen cause to take from J. N. Sloan bought or II. A. liurdett us our esteemed and beloved brother, 741 acres of land near liryantsville at Iestie Padgett, who was born June 28, fC5. 1S83, made a Maecabeo In this Lodge For Sale. CO bales of good timothy 1908 and died March 30, 1909. Jan. 21, and 100 of clover hay. Mrs. F. 1!. Therefore, bo It resolved that this Hustonville, Ky. a good man and Maeca- lodge has lost McKee Hros , of Woodford county, .highly resected beo, his community n crop of potatoes who had in a citizen and his parents a kind and faith175 acres this season. That tho sympathy of this last year, will put in ful son. sislodge be extended to his parents, Iteau Naboth will make tho season of ters and brothers and that the lodgo wear tho usual badge of mourning for 1909 ot my barn. Dring mo your barSO days. ren marcs. I have successfully used Resolved, that a copy of these resyears. Felix olutions bo spread on our minutes and tho impregnator for two that a copy bo sent to tho Interior White. Stanford, Ky. Hubble & Eubanfcs Tom Greene is Journal for publication. K.Stanley McU. Jordon, an. entry In tho great Kentucky Derby intosh, Hendricks Hays, Hur-nctt- e, The Methodist parsonage and resi dence of W. S Jett at Jackson burned. In the last 20 years church member-- . ship has increased twice as fust as the population Commander Evangeline Booth, of the Salvation Army, has announed her in tention of raising $5,000,000 to support Cummins K' Sc Wearen, fl ft a "world university of humanity." The Epworth League of the Metho dist church will have an Easter service on tho night of April 11. Tho free will offering will go toward the support of our missionary in Korea. W. B. Barker, president; Kate D. Raney, sec'y. An innovation in the pastoral work of Bowling Green ministers is to bo inaugurated by Rev. R. II. McCaslin, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. He will shortly open an office in the business tectum of the city, where ho will have regular office hours and receive persons who desire to see him in nny matter relating to church work. Tho auxiliary to tho Christian Woman's Board of Missions will hold its annual prayer service in the lecture room of the Christian church, beginning on Tuesday April sixth, with Mrs. Winfred Withers as leaders, Wednesday Mrs. Forest McCNry; Thursday Miss Tevis Carpenter, Friday Mrs. John S. Baughman; Saturday Mrs. L. B. Cook. Every member of the church is cordially invited to attend theso services which begin promptly at 2:30 l. M. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. v v.'J I MM IU v Committee. i d Foloy'u Honey and Tnr is ti ugainst surlous results from Spring colds, which intlamc tho lungs and develop Into pneumonia At old counterfeits by Insisting upon having tho genuine Foley's Honey und Tar, which contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co. safo-iruar- tn bo run at Louis itlo May 3rd. Ho is selling 0 to 1 in tho winter books. 4 to 1, is tho favorite. Tho description and pedigree of W. O. Walker's Carroll Preston will next issue. This great youngster is by Preston and out of tho great mare, Baby Pence, by Enoch Arden. Ho will n, op-pe- ar stand at $25. run- over ning of tho next Kentucky An Ordinance to Prevent the the historic Churchill Downs track at Monday, May 3, will witness tho Derby Sertarirnf if Infectious and Centagleui Diseases. Words To Freeze The Soul. "Your son has consumption. His uttso s The City Council of the Gly ol Stanford. Kentucky, do ord.m as (ollowi: 1. That it thatl be unlawful for any member of a household in which thrte it any infectious of contagious disease to leave the premises, or mingle with, or come in contact with other- - people in the corporate limits of the City of Stanford, without first thoroughly fumigating under the directions of a competent physician and this prohibition shall remain in force until the physiafter cian in chaige or the Sanitary Committee investigation shall declare that all danger of infection or contagion has passed. 2. It shall be the duty of the parents of other persons in charge of children of lender ) ears to sec that this ordinance is obeyed by such children, and a failure to do so shall be deemed violation of the provisions hereof by the ti or persona in charge of such children. 3. It shall be the duty of all physicians when called upon to attend any infectious or contagious markets. disease within the corporate limits of the City of Stanfoid to immediately notify the mayor o! the Don't drug tho Stomach, or stl'im-lut- o existence of such disease and he shall thereupon tho Heart or Kldnoys. That Is in a conspicuous place in cause to be placed wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that aro of the tiiemises placard containing the ftont name of such disease in large lettert and the crying out for help. Vitalize theso same shall to remain until all danger ol infecweak Instdo controlling nerves with tion or contagion has pasted. Dr. Snoop's lleslorative, and sco how 4. The head of every house in the corporate quickly good health will como to you limits of the City of Stanford in which there has It and sool Sold by Penbeen an infectious or contagious disease shall again. Test cause the tame to be thoroughly disinfected and ny's DrugStoro. mm fumigated at toon at possible thereafter at pracUp Before The Bar. ticable under the direction ol the Sanitary Committee. Louisville, tho Statu Raring Commission having grnntcd IS days for the Louisville Spring meeting, beginning on that day. Wo will offer for solo next Monday, county court slay, two thoroughbred brood mares. Tiwy aro registered os Mattio K., alias Miss Emma, and Lucy Finloy. Tho former has a fino record as u racer. Also a young uuy ot same strain. Mrs. Mattio Kirby and James H. Popples. F. Reld offers tho service of Dorsey Golddust 12052 for tho present season. Hals u sure and tested breeder, pro ducing a uniform class of fino combined horses for both saddle und harness, being roadsters of great beauty and cour age, with unequaled endurance- and a class that bring top prices on all horse Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens bcttuusotho cureless boatman Ignores tho river's warnings-growinripples warnings and faster current-Natureuro kind. That dull pain or ache lntho back warns you the Kidneys need attention If you would cscapotatal maladiesDropsy, Diabetes orllrlght s disease, Take Electric Hitters lit onto and seo Ilackacho y and all your best feelings return. "After long suffering from weak kidneys and latno back, one SI bottle wholly cured me," writes J. It. lllunkcnship, of Hoik, Tcnn. Only 50o at Penny's Drugstore. g 's 11 rneso appal is Hopeless." ling wordh wero spoken to Geo. E. Ulevens, a leading merchant ot Spring field, N. C , by mo expert doctors-o- ne a lung specialist. Then was shown tho wonderful power of Dr. King's ' After threo weeks' New Discovery use," writes Mr. Hloven's "ho was as well as ever. 1 would not take all the money in the world for what It did for my boy." Infallible for coughs and colds, its tho safest, surest euro of des perate lung diseases on earth. 50c. andeH. Guarantee satisfaction. Trial boltlofiee Penny's Drug Store. Sprig Has Cub. Lovely sprig has cub ad lasd, Tho birds are sfglg sogs. Ad for the oben country side My heart with fervor logs. Tis Bweed to hear tho burling Broog Ids sog sig as of old; To watch tho cllgig jessamine Kerchewl doggone this cold. VTRAGOOn CLOTHES FOR BOYS are best without showing it in the price. They wear so much longer that the slight advance over unidentified cheaply-buil- t clothes doesn't at all cover the saving they bring. One YTRAr.oon suit will survive more boy handling than two average suits. is' Every pair of XTRAfioon knee-panlined all through. This not only means extra endurance, but also extra fullness and grace to a iegree not to be found in clothes that are not frTRAnoorr ts 5. All violator! of any oi the provisions of VtM wriUs: "Wo have used Dr. Tho cleverest Imitation of real Coftliit ordinance shall be fined not less than $i nor King's Now Life Pills for) curs und fee ever yet made U Dr. Shoop's more than $100 for each off eat. find thoin such a good family medlolno Health Co flee. It Is fine In flavor 6. Thit ordinance shall lake elect from and For and is made In just ono minute. No after its publication by conies hereof being potted we wouldn't bo without them." Chills, Constipation, Biliousness or tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made at three public placet in the City of SUafwd. A. B. FLORENCE. Mayor. Sick Headache they work wonders, 25o from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Penny 's Drug Store, at Penny' Drugstore. L R. HUGHES, City Clerk. N, II Drown, an attorney, of Pitts-fiel- Harold Moon, Tho body of who disappeared from Flint, Mich., on February 27, and who was supposed to havo been kidnaped, was found tn Thread Lako. Rewards aggregating $1,300 had been offered for the boy's return to his homo. Ho was ovidently drowned while sKating. Die, Doctor, than havo my feet cut off," said M. L. Ulngbam, of Prlncovlllo, 111 , "but you'll die from gangrene (which had oaten a way eight toes) If you don't", said all doctors. Instead be used Uucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly cured. Its cures ot Eczema, Fecr Sores, Dolls, Durus and Piles astound the world. 26o at Penny's Drug Store, William Griffin and Miss Mary Farmer were married at George Evan ou the 3rd. - "I'd Rather d, For Sale by H. J. McRobcrts, Stanford, Ky. Vftjw mwmMif.mv' F ifajl MMWsj .1iSSi"ri c"V v " v- - "" V I married. A Texas Toast. It is reported In Wublngton thmttho nama of former Vice President Chas. "Here's to a land of corn and cotton, W Fairbanks, of Indiana, is belngcon-sidere- d Hero's to a land of good people, too. E. C WALTON at tho White Houso for appoint-me- Hero's to a land ne'er to bo forgotten Prompt nnd Kmclent mrvlcs Day or Night. For all that's noble and true. as ambassador to the Court of St. Hero's to the greatest of all that's CHARLES A. HARUI James. W. H. LAIR, Hustonvllie, Ky., Kreat of Mercrr county, la rn cnndldato for Com Tho Democratic Stato Central Com- Here's to Texas, the LonoStar State." Attorni-jtbe 13th Juol tlilt, monwrnllb's Hue milled nlc line of MIlOOKillKH to dicial district, subject to tlie uctlon of the mittee was in session at Lexington. hit MKAT .MAIlKKTMiduakan portion of democrntlc pnrty. I'roventlcs tlioso Candy Cold Cura yourimtronnKP. "Kreah (loodsnl Ilia low-r- it Ten members voted in tho proceedings. 1'rlcest" Is till motto. 111 safely nnd quickly check JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. Thomas A. Combi, of Lexington, was . Tablets I lancnndldnUi for circuit Judne of tht, tlie elected campaign chairman and Lexing- all colds and tho Orip. Try them once lithilltrl(t.Milirct to tlio action of the Sold by Penny Drug Pemocrnllc pnrty. ton wos selected as permanent cam- .nnd see! paign headquarters. Mr. Combs was Btoro. M. C. SAUFLEY also appointed chairman of a subcomlanrnnillilntn for circuit JuiIrk of this, the mittee, with tho power to select six oth-- r I dulre to noil prlnt ly my stock of (lro rprlHiinil llnnlwitre. iNilna n uood luul 1Mb Judlrlnldlttrlct. subject to the nctlon llensou of the Democratic pnrty. will in tho present members who lies. Will Invoice nlwiit 111 at hear nil tho contests in tho Democratic Draft, Stallion,ing 910 to Insure a Liv(1K.O. It, HOITKIt, Htnnford. Ky. Colt. A Washington dispatch says that party in tho State. President Tnft nnd Senator Bradley Also a good Mulo Jack at the samo Honor Roll Stanford Graded School prlco nnd on samo conditions. have banded and confederated together, so to speak, to improve the chances for month of March: Crab Orchard, Kontucky. M. S. IlAumtMAN, Stanford, Ky Anderson, Elolso First Grade-Gr- ace of the party carrying the, Stato in the next gubernatorial election, increasing Bcazley, Josephino Iieazley, Mary lannwremly to lorre hit old friend, nnd bopea tn iiinke ninny new lines. If you lime the republican quotn of the Congres- Brackctt. Ethel Brcedlove, Emily n mule or horae to csatrate. tlii work r, Frances Cormlney, Frank sional delegation, and finally electing n for him nnd bat II don right. He mnkea it speclullv ol CHutnilliiit rldgcllngs. Sam Craig, Harvey Embry, George republican to succeed Senator Paynter. Ilenler In nnd Mnnufnctiircr of r, In this ambitious effort they are to bo Fleeco Farris, Joe Grimes, Janlo Hock-oItching Skin Diseases MonuMorris Jackson, Watkor Hubble, Marblo assisted by the Kentucky republican Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid Daisy Lunsford, Lynn Pence, Sophie members of the House. The work of Markers nnd rottt, Cemetery nnd fjiwn lor external use. Zemo gives instant republicanizing the State is to be dono Saunders, Sadie Wcaren, Louise Wat- Vntea nnd Hettrea. Oltlce nnd works, Mc- elicf and permanently cures any form Kinney, Ky. by the judicious distribution of Federal ers, Lucilo Waters, Stella Walker. f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Second Grade Sarah Traylor, Clara patronage and also with lucre. SenaDruggists. Write for sample. E. W, McKinney, tor Iiradley's success in landing a cap- Cash, Rachel Hill, John R. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. ital prize has made him optimistic, with Tilden Cooper, Virgil Moore, Igo Perry, 10,110. G. L PENNY'S DRUGSTORE. Bailey Dawes. tiy which feeling he has imbued the presillenu NnlxitliViUm Norn UnuRhmiin I'-I- n dent, who now regards him as almost Third Grado Bell Russell, Annie R. Norwil r.u", by Klectloneer ltt;2ndiUm n riy J.,ID; MetroKlltnn 1371. by llnmtiletoii-InMxiiilirlno 3rd dnm Jofplilntt an oracle. They have gotten in full Powell, Kathryno Harris, Frances Em- ritnrllgntKHinr Dnrlbny Ml; by dnm Mnry Mb dam Ithcrttiy Oliver (thorough accord and although the Senator oppos- bry, Jessio Lee Phillips, Nancy K. Mcliy Imp. Trunby; 7tli Florence li) Wagner, 6th damlint tier. Thefnrmof IWacrea. of good blue grata ed the president for tho nomination, Kinney, Carrie Anderson, dnm by Thornton's of McKinney .on imnuaume imy, iinniiiiiK iiim 1) Ing one ttlke. lninroteinrnta nnd they have gotten to be the best of Dawes, Patience Calmese, Claiborno .Jrt)ion u .MiiKiin i.wun. . f I ..' ..Mil .....v.. ...- land, MiHtif.ini mile North . t.M.la n, Hllllnil U.lfl iiniiuv.i.i Kir Lee Mershon, Leonard Ballard, hns proved hliiililllty toJ Import hi qunll- - fencing gnod; plenty of water nnd fruit. Walton, friends. AlaO IU ncrea Ol Ullliwretl innu uiir iimr rt tlesto in, conn. Hugh R. Foster, Richard Arnold. Knat of McKinney t hnlt under fcncei plenty Will itnnd nt tho burn of Foil White, l tolmcco land He grow Arnold, Clarence Singleton. That the Payne bill was filled with mill- - Mouth of Htnnford. iirnrHumvraet nlkv of water and good J.A.tHVKNH.Agent, ngcrop. to In.uro Grado-Kl- ein McKlnury.Ky. Brady, Clinton nt.MIlliret irom li n living colt. riotous imperfections, was a false preFourth ft immure Rrmni ntnciiviri. Money dun when mnrels trnded or purled tense, was designed to cover up the ex- Coleman, Henley Cash, John Cash, or bred elaewheru. Tho beat pernonnl travagance of the republican adminis- Clarence Cooper, Joe T. Embry, Hous- with tnkeii. though no responttblllty fur nc- cure did not redeem party ton Gentry, Matsy Grimes, Grace Hurst, cldenti or ecnpcs.imprecnntor will i uwi. tration, that it When ndvIiuiDie . . ..... ainiM,-- , J. M. l'KTTl'K. Htnnford, K . ...... pledges, and that it sounded the death Jesso Hocker, Nellie W. Hill, Mary iiw wiiitnaKe ine at'aaon ui a... n mir .,.!.,. IS mllea Northweat of Htnnford, Ky., nt (15 knell of the dominant party, weresome Jarvis, Lettie W. McKinney, Jean Pax 10 lllture II lllIlK Htm. .,"- ... .y, 1'reitoli ttl. Kentucky'greatetaaddlatal-Honof the criticisms passed upon the meas- ton, Martha Raney, Ella Rigncy. he br Wnthliigton&i: lllnrk Joe'a lat ure by the democrats in the House. Fifth Grade Maud Arnold, Mary An dam l.uclle by Meatenger fleiimnrki JJ dam Vol.11. llettle Itoblnton by Hoblnaon'a Vermont derson, Bessie Brackett, Frances Brack Ohnmplnn ft gnltrd middle, Hambletonlans he la a ery tine Individual! Eight hundred saloons arc marked ett, Georgia Cabell, Ella Eichcnberger, tucky. Winning at nit til" atnlllon of Ken- black with onehltefoot;atnndal5Sbandt, Kentucky fairs fine mddlcr n I to for slaughter in April, according to the Elizabeth Hunn. Bessie Moore, Eva andI.oul lit tho lionuobownt HutTaloN. Y weight 1,110 pmida; 8 yearaolil:llncatylennd Mo., nnd Knout City. HI. and very abowy tnhnrneaa.of ptatement of Superintendent Shumaker, Rankin, Effie Hired liy WmbliiRton, No 61. nciion. nee Ini before you book your Ware, William Carson, mnrea Klrtt dnm Hell, liy Ithoderlck No. KM. League, of Indiana. of the Second dnm by lienninrk. Hemmn due If a re la trnded or parted Sam Embry. Harry Farmer, Maurice He la li hore 1M, hnnd U Two hundred and seventy-siwere Jarvis, James Tribbie, Jonathan Ran fine atyle brownery high notion. ItIiIkIi with with. All carr will ! taken tu avoid nnd but not rt aionlble abould any occur. n the people of thl wiped out in March. Shumaker says kin. to niv more nbout htm know hU record ii nil thondlolnlng countle J. 1). KAHHAHO.NH. that nearly 700 have been abolished Htnnford, Ky. Sixth Grade Mary Shepherd Cook, na n allow horte nnd alto for lirwdlnu pursince the first local option election was Ethel Brackett, Winnie Bibb, John pose. nlll mnke the aentott of ll'O, nt my He Ky.. nt the rvnton-nhl- e atntile InOriibOrcbnrd. held in December. Thomas McAlister, James Owsley, Mary figure of tJ, to I inure n living colt. Will keep mnrva on eniM nt Si per month, Moore Raney, Mayme Singleton. The people of Naples, Italy, are show but wilt not lw rraponillile fur uccldent or Grimes, escape of Mock. Senon la due If mure li Seventh Grade William ing great interest in the arrival of for traded or pnrud with, or bred to other mer President Roosevelt. Tho brevity Mannie Mobley, La Verne Brady, Annie stock. J.C. IIAILKV. Butte. Josephine Carpenter, Marion of Mr. Roosevelt's stay, however, will Crnb Orchn rd, Ky Grimes, Eva Moser. compel the abandonment of many of Eighth Grade Mary E. McKinney, the arrangements which have been made for his entertainment. He prob- Arnold Foreman, Oca Moser, Annie Tbla mngnincently bred young atnlllon ably will be able to remain in Naples Milburn, Lillian Mueller, Jennie Peo will make the ples, Lucy Leo Walton, Ella Worren, Htanford, Ky.. neiuou of lliunt mi Ktiilile lit (better knnumiatbe IT. for only o few hours. plurei nt 115 tolnmreii llli'i!cott. Lottie Carson, James Cooper, Catherine u lienutlful (In atnut, Varrlck li lion Representative Victor Murdoch. Gentry, May Warren. abort back, heny bone; In fact the Mlahe.t llelt the crent t)pof the trotter, Unit wonl the S.VUU Trim high school. of Kansas, has introduced a bill in ConHlHeri:u')'.. gress calling upon the States to refund Freshman Morrison Bright, Harris aiiinhi IniiauM'ii beat race In II"? and the sallie enr won tbe Il0.no ltuiiner Memorial tie money that Andrew Jackson dis- Coleman, Annie L. Gentry, Lisa Holtz and tbe M..I M In broken henti nmUoUl fur fur Sia.no. mm tributed among them in 1S3G. when the claw, Willie Moore, Emma Napier, J, t!l.Maiiil Inter aolil like MuaulahOueviithntk carU bred exnctlv won theS-rraiioltanlii In lux, maklnit surplus from tho sale of public lands M. H. Waters. waaclnsml naoneof the up-to-d- ate is no earthEliza' ii record of iiCnnd or the urtateal mune Sophomore Sallie Burdette, reached $38,1)00,000. There tilK four, lieing one ntiimraon thebcrnnd circuit hint ear ly possibility of the bill becoming a beth Higgins, Alice Rankin Hllerls aona Onward, one of the drome. Wllkea law, JuniorThomas Bright, Walter Sing- ward'adam win theofdam uf Dlrritor. On. the leton. aire of that itrent family of trottera mill With no more than a corporal's guard Senior Berta Jean Penny. IHm Varrlck'a lat iliim waa by Wllkea llo,liYlJenri!c WHKe,o Iilliauiir to mu on hand at any time during the day, the Wiir SIS1,, nnd half altter to Madeline debate on the Payne tariff bill in the George L. Pickett, County Attorney I'atclii n. the dnm of lluti nr, .' UMUa Inchet oung atnlllon Tbla magnificently bred ter. "H4. Itllb House proceeds wearily. Two weeks of Shelby county, who was attacked by 2nd dam Marj,b Horr'h (In v Knisle, the will make the union ol Iwo at III) place 4 Hlnnlord, Keuluck) , on WnitStlUr. already have been consumed in general Gov. Willson for the part taken by him dam of The Ilutilier S.lii. Madeline rntcben, mllea north of Wlncheater S.il',, theilnmof discussion of the measure and the be- in the perjury case against Assistant Hilly Wilton J:3i. and Ml It IIOTOINHUUKA I.IVINlM'Ol.T. Dun Varrlck'a dnm nrodu'ed Llr. Conner Hill) Kcnncy lis brown bora !.', har.d: lief is that it is now concluded. Adjutant General Garnett D. Ripley, that paced n public half mile nil the U'XlllK-to- n bUb, aired bv liamliriino 2:2V,7I17. 1t dam track at K montha lnl:(M4nnd aold to wham the Governor pardoned before a N. W. Hublncer. of New Ilaitn, Conn., for lit ( t'('lavX:ls.alreM: 2nd dam tiy Metro-iollUn,lrei.H'olllnwiKll:ir.;1iiiui othera, Ir the farmers had some wheat now trial, has issued a reply to Gov. SIjiii. Hbenlao produceil Mnunle Inn that Mniiiiim h (iillbo by Ollla Vermont: Itli they would be in clover. May wheat trotted u half mile on the triukntm dnm by old Octoroon: 6th dam by Couater-natiocharges. He explains in detail inuiitba In 1:11 nnd Mild fur mine (lambruno 2:AS. was worth $1.22 in Chicago Saturday. l'leae note the rich Inheritance of aueed 7M2, la tbethoroughhrtd. his connection with the Ripley affair sire of Maggie Hauithmnn 2.JI n niUiIni! link That's tho way of it; prices most al- and accuses the Governor of ulterior on tKjtli aldea nottbla ft How nnd fur ten. andutbera, aired by Oamlattn Wllkea, the ou can't oul !inrlllngordeml to aire aiiwlth roc Ilrt inl to looka uilaa the three thine eery ways soar heavenward after the farmgrtutt at aire of motives and a reckless use of the par- lor ue, nnu iook. mm Leioro onla iK'tlir than Xbiianil the (lauibruiio'a lit 111 the world, ers have disposed of their products. liookliiK your murea H, nion money due extixme aierd doning power. oi jeaiiuiui' i'zz, I'leuieu are parted with or brtd to ilam iHuan,iinm (Inmbruno 2:2VV. mid the nbeiimarea j'. mill unothtr horae. Murea kent nt 10 ceuta per line by Admlnlatriitor IIW1-- , There is a bill pending in the LegisDuring tho Sprlug every one would day and all euro taken but will not lie re- - graiiddiimof is, alio Kluiore, dam l'lee. aire IU, 2nd dam Mary lature of Illinois to prohibit drunkards be benefitted by taking Foley's Kidney aponaiuie joraecuienia or eacajiea. and griinuuam oi n uy .Mnmnri-nelllaud f:w, Ult.O.O. I'KltUY. llnldum lir Hlnr Iinla,almof dam of from marrying. A companion bill ought Remedy. It furnishes a needed tonic Htnnford, Ky, lUikTnylurS JiV..Uhdani by Ilrown I'llol to be passed making it a capital offense to the kidneys after the extra strain aire of duin of Koaalliid t:tlft. a At tame place and under an me condltlont to become a drunkard after getting of winter, and it purifies tho blood by I wlllatanu my great hiuiojiick The Interior Journal. H. G. Riffe, McKinney, Undertaker. nt a,s,sHBv KJi,V 43-2.- 'Stock of Merchandise for Sale. s 1 fTfTfTftf GEORGE HUR, T. F. GROSS, h, Cor-die- Harry Jacobs, and Cranito ments, Ladies Low Shoes In & Tans and Blacks, light and heavy soles. " t 7 Beau Naboth 45,006, Br Naboth FARM FOR SALE! Buiions. Ties And , V 1 1 .11 in - Ho-ba- Pumps. 1 "BlacK Joe" ... -- "Walk-over- s" PRESTON 922. t". - $2.50. makes. They are pretty enough for the most particular. $350, "Ultras" $3, They are as good as man "Brock-por- t" I Anti-Saloo- n 111 x ulen nccl-dent- ,1 RJ Dinwiddie H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. &, Co. m3&BSBB&3l33EGBJ53& Hustonville, Ky., DON VARRICK. Hal-le- v d 1 PURE OUVt Oil vur-ric- Undertakers and Embalmers. We 1.8 '. F d ry an of goods. a. Ullto.-.r-ai.u- nd lt::: t$ gi BILLY KENNEY. &1 m Q line Direct importation from France. The jjs SQ very best for eating and medicinal pur- Q ooses. 1ft lu ' i S- -'. 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart, jjj Will-son- 's p-- ru r gj PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. stimulating tho kidneys, and causing ttnlllon. Kl Trlul Taft has just drawn his first month's them to elemlnate tho impurities from baiida: t:H trotting. Inrk baydam fouled uguat Hut. lit salary $6,250. Don't you wish you it. Foley's Kidney Hemedy imparts old Hex Aimrlcua record J:ll'. aire new life and vigor. Pleasant to take. reiordHW,. Aim of llaltletou. ) were Taft? rkan llelle, and liuthera In irMlt; u ton of Onward New Stanford Drug Co. 1 III, recordS;S6, aire uf Onward Hlherso POLITICAL. the'Eii llt. Onward wua L, H. Matthews, a farmer residing iiudlTO otbvra InWllke.Mv. aired by (Horge oy .Mamnrino King The Southern Club of Chicago will near Lexington, took umbrage when znu nam imermii.aireu Ijulrof isa. aire of TV Incliidlnu give a reception in honor of Secretary linemen of a traction lino attempted to 2:l)l;. Ixjrd lrliy 2.UTJHelr ut the Manor Imv. ixU, of War J. M. Dickinson on April 10. cut limbs from a trco belonging to him, alx uihera Iu2:10, ny rsutwooii wo, the aire uruilum jxniei, There are six avowed applicants for that were interfering with wires of the of 171 In the Hat. Ulidiiui.Toiuizby Hlmttuuoro lir. aire of Collector Samuel J. Roberts' job with traction company. Matthews, after Ui In tbe Hat Mil dam, Millard u Mliloil, nth dnm the woods full of those who would like warning the linemen, opened firo on bv Kilwlii Koreat :7th dam Ijulv Turner Nnl bv to have it. them while they were going at rapid Jiambrliio Chiefli 11. repreaentniie ainiiioo ii Tlio wuriiciu Preparations uro being made for the speed. The shot entered the car win- Inull tho word Imiillea. Town Hint he lnu second national peace congress which dow, seriously wounding one of the aUe, aulwtunceund apetKlonl In part ton theiiDiilltleacomblneil lu tills will meet May 3 in Chicago. Secretary linemen. uf Dure l)e II. lie ha them mid they ar of audi aymmetrltiilcburiicter ab toiiiuke blm of War Dickinson will preside. ii ttnlllon among many. Jl la bead and neck, If you havo backache nnd urinary iKKiy. leeiuim lega are jn'rieci nun wuen Judge H. Cook Faulkner, of Barbour-vllltten 111 connection with Ilia fuultleaa gait will locate at Williamsburg as troubles you should take Foley's Kid- and great beauty are ranelully Impreaaue, ney Hemedy to strengthen and build von anouiu ace tma uorae ueioro lutiuiug. soon as his resignation as circuit judge You wlllaay jou nocr looked at u bettir one Tlio atalllon can be accepted and bis successor ap- up tho kidneys so they will uet proper- haaT ilnmt Warlleld la the onlymaro Hat. that In the lie ly as a serious kldnoy trouble may hua two Miiiiihrlnogreat brood pointed. cruaea, two ...... King...1...I.... .,1.1...Mam. .. 1)...I...H I.. .f illi, iiilllu t Ultiicil. ,mj dunlin Wllkea, iiivi, ifiiv develop New Stanford Drug Co. In last week's Commoner, Mr. Bryan I (.'lilmea.l onward. HJrorge. ma 1 Nutwood, HI ra lb more, more scored Representative Fitzgerald and L. L. Pickett, on behalf of the Prohl- - trotting croaaea t hull any atnlllon alle. ' the other democratic Congressmen who hlllnnlnt.. , .Im. Inltl Mnvnr lfn .'!' R?. v v. ......VH .,,.,. ..VwV, nf z.iv, lie uy aiiuiiuriiiu tving rinn, lie n deserted to tho Cannon standard in the v.. Milwaukee, to a seriea of joint debates ,M,".",,,ir.""ii "" m'"'" i'"' !iu,.,yi iI'l,.,,Jl!, fijht on the rules. "' in Kentucky. 25 In number, for May, , y:',t'ot.o....er"ii,.5,, rC"' Ho HaVH ho Will Rivu Dare The House Committee on Ways and Juno or July tan great winner. Itwwontlii) ebiiiuiiioiniiiiiiit thNiitioiiui Horn- Hbow Mayor Roso $1,000 if he will to Means ut a full meeting decided to nr! "rt National Horao Hhowr In saya tie Iviir go to II '" ,ciaaa t ,cbamploiihlp Vutlonal llorae iv. amend tho 1'ayne tariff hill by remov- the debates. Ilo uuu uuuuiu wuii niuyur itoat? i nuow im,i:inivi urai ciaiioinii uoraeMuow lNM, vluaa ing tho duty on tea and the countervail- ivibcuiiviii Naiigb-tyOlrlby ai-.c, 1 THE WARFIELD. TOM KEENE 1'KIiKlllKK.. Hired by old Tom nam. VJllie iijf t It .t r. Aim iii.iii. f., ijiai, Srd dam, Itevlee, Ith dam.Oreiit Weatern Mune uuu When con it lonieu or mure to Inatire li llalntf colt. Tom Keene atiinda la'tliiiiuia uigu, wnu wuiiii Hiinia hiuI la u uniit mule lack. A number of Ilia tolta aold for llin Inal (all. at IS The Ameriean fence. The Fence With Hinge Toint lt ported with. A lien relulned uu nil colts until teiuoll iiunet la niildi Cure tnken tonrewnl uccl. ilenlt but not rea'Hinalhle ahoiiid any occur. j.Hlnnlord, Ky, n.nui And Tension It U m a, Curve, Which hns placed it iu tho market second to none. tight, well gnlvanizcd unil of tho lwst Some interesting nriccri for next 30 PUBLIC SALE! tiring to cluing my locution, I will on Wi:ilNKHl)AY. Al'ltll. Hlh, ll.W, At my home In l'leacberivllle, Ky , tell at publlo outcry tho folluwlng jwrtonal property, to-- It: 111I1K cow null villi, turn run a, yearling heifers, 1 ttei r calf, 1 brood inaree, I II I ley. I In fonl to lack. 1 three-- ) horau, both by Hlher King; a mule, well broke; 2 Jenueta;! borau inn lea; 1 ioiii-lu- g tooling innre mule; !M luilea of gouilhu). lot of baled alraw, l two.horau wagon; z llllggiea iiuu uurueaa; I luuwiuu inacblne; aoiuu plows mid plow gear and many other thlnga, Alaooce Jack for mile Hula 1SS bunds high, I tears old, ailed by bv Tom Kit lie. has bten lllnrk llloml-hi- ) trlul and Isu good brtedir J will at aiiiuu time aim place oner hi) pruwrty furm of I'Hiurea. Tula I.. 1,.. ...,. laaltuatiillu .. all.. ..k.. I reuuilt rat .11", imwiin uhiiij. ni'iiiiii;... and la one ol the mutt itealrnble farina In t Ida loiullt) i m ur church, BLhoolboiKe, unit poat (Hike, la well wuttrvd, Urukeal'ret kruiinliig through tho furm lwul COnireaof bottom bind mid as goon us iiiuruuniy uuorut , uolii lieiuii and tolaicio huliig Ixeii rulaid oil tin hind. A good dwelling house on tbla farm uf 7 ruoiua. ii iood cellar mude out from huiiae it good tine)nrd and orchard, atoik Imrn, lolmcco luirn antwv-l- il feet to um a n lid liolda 7 nirus of tolmcco Alo u tenant bouae on furm, uf I rooma, Tbla cuali land will lu aold for inah or and remulnderliiocaund twoyeursnt o ier r. cent per annum with lien. Terms uu annul propei ty lnaile known on day uf sule. Halo Ik' g I in nt lu o'clock A. M, Any one desiring to look at the property will cull nt Hits furm. jiui.i4.uuaw, Oupt. Am Hournu.AucI, IK ear-ol- d tliree-yeur-ol- d d one-lhli- d bull ttroug, nig Hsemer day. Sec tho Poultry Fence steel wire. Call ami seo it." . o lutvo. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FOR SALE1 Lincoln Bonds for Salel IHto-tloiitt- r, .'""""' .''. '" !"' Semi-Annuall- y. A furm un I nil It Orrelc, 1.17 ncrva, ! mllea from urtiUcd scbool. nt Mldcllvliuru; miiurva In tultlMillon.nat In tlmbvr; kuwI outbuild. UKDlllnif, Uiruund till iieit-aaiirtotuicco, corn nnd iiruia lima. Ksi'lli-ii- t On HATIMtllAY. Al'llllj 10, innu, lit I UiiUlKiMHl orrhiirUtfurniHullHiitvriMl. Call V. M. l'KUKl.NH, o'clock I' M., In front of tbu court bouau un ur mlilrvas .Miuumuurg, uy. door In HtHiiford, Lincoln coOnty, Ky tbu 4 Per Cent. lll - " he lied in his previous testimony be- roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. fore that body. He corrected his state- Sold by I'entiy's Druj: Store. m ments and gave soma startling figures Asbury College will be moved from to campaign funds collected from Wilmoro to Louisville If sufllclent In. mile from MuKluuej, KyutSlotu Inauru as uUtluilOolt. ducement a offered by the Falls City, tbe game wardens. 8. M. O WE.NH, McKlnuvy, Ky. 1 latter Kivej nim tl.uw. ing duty on coffee Jamea W. Stone, Game Warden of A lickllnir or dry cough can Ik Wisconsin, admitted to tho Senatorial (julcitly loosened with Or. Shoop's Primary Investigating Committee, that Cough IJemedy. No ojilum, ihj chlotho u in, chiiiiinloiiahlii National llorae Hbow ll), claaa J! II rat National II nraMHhuw 1 11), oluaa a. Ilrat National llorae Hbow llo. claaa 10, llrat Itoaton lloraHHIiow H2, clnaa a; reaere Hoaton llorae Hbow llir.', data I; aecoud Ho.lou llorae Hbow Hall, clnaa ill aec- ond Hoaton llorte Hbow H'U, clima S, reere I Itoaton llorae Hbow IMH.chiaa I; third Hot- ' Inl. , II.. iriiiI f,l... II..I .I... ww ,u. Iln.... UI....U - ii-- (aire ofVi a.v ..... llejou iu tun lieaii Meul il6'I'rlnreaa 3.lWi(l)eill'a ItaiiglitertilWj, Haruli IHire ImiII, Jr. X.SNJj. Will muke the preient aenaoii at my furm rnr j.r. .... outcry to tbnlilitbvat blddi-rtbe liumls of an Id county tu Ilia uuiuunt of H3,cu) for tbi))uriotoof tri'ctlint u uuw court-lioua- o iia alnil In auld county ti Hnld IhiihIs Mill IhiUsuihI In Tlila lino tiluck ludillo alnlllon Herk'a "A" of IIUJU) liv thri ur. nt auililbt brtHlllIU atttlllUll. OU1 tbnu kvrlus, rucb, dim HtuiiMKiill, Tbla colt's ilnui m nan liviiiiiurk und I'oualatlnjcof10Vulioiidaof ji'iira from iluy I, iku. Uu bus colts to slid luoulilu Tu n ni iv. Hula ii iiIim colt. print) bis kiuhI brivillim Wlllaliind nt.tstu wltlt tbu irlllfti of rtHlifiiilng Iu 7 ji'iira. Hull HerlHs "II" of IU,U), coualatlng of l bonds lnaure Until wuinlnij tlnn'. We bold i rucb, duu und imyublu In IS years on nil colts until imlil for llnrrvnvuiimrvs of buvu from May I, 1'tv, with tbu iirlvllugu uf iimdu to stand by tbv liiiprviiuiitor, In lU)iurs. pcrli'Ct suictss In Ibis brridlng. H'rls',l,"of llSitt). rouilatlng of Uu bonds IILLY IRECKINI.ID6E. uf incli, duu ii ud imyublu In i nan 1 bla Hub lilnclc luck vtus alrotl by Miijor from Muy 1. 1V. but Willi tbu nrlvllvuu of A J nil n 1). Unrrla' liuportid Jutfk. Uu Hill rudcciuliig Iu IS yt'urs mtikutbuMiiaonof Iwvut my Imrn nt 1 to Huld bgndswlll bu sold on April 10, IWV.iit Insuruu colt until wiunlng tliuv. Ills uut 1 I'.M.uud will twlaaueduud bear luterost of IWMIsnowun tuy furm to abuw for bla fioni letday of Muy, WW, with Intvreat ut 4 uvr cent., puyublo Uu la u surs foul uutlt'r. good CI 11.0ponr,J.H.OwsjBy,Jr.1 A. T.TIIAYIX)H & b()NH. I'lvuauul Mill uiul W. H. Burcb, OoiuiiiUslousrs, Ilrvillii( Ksrin, Mtuuford, It, K, I), o. I. undirilmud loniuilaaloucraulll ai'llnt nuli-ll- o STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. ln !') t& ift1iprvH,w .. Carpets ! Mattings ! Druggets! To cay our lino of hImvo gooode nro llic prettied wo liavo over Or to ray tlio stock N iniich lnrgdr tlmn usual tloco'nt inhown. Im- j-terest jou especially, Imt to tell you o will wvoyou money 'cntiM) our prices are 1cm than others ask, ought to interest you. Covert Top Coats AND SILK COATS. This changeable weather demands a light wrap. aow lino of thcfto goods. , NEW! NEW! See our No moro trouhlo about Needles for your getting slock of 3 Nocdloa, Shuttles end Dobbins for use In All Malcos of ScwInK Machines. Sewing Machine. in a new i New Spring stock jut in. Covert Coats at $5 to $10.50. Black Coats at $5 to $12.50. Silk Coats at $5 to $22.00. Wchnve just put Needles, Shuttles and Uolihins. L'omo in and sco this wonderful cabinet. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. New Clocks and Watches & SON. C. McClary. STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtiu at ler's. FOUND, t a bunch of keys. Btakfoud, Kv., - A run. 6, 1905) C. Walton. ALL tho latest effects and novel de Tub signal service predicts cooler signs In pattern hats. Our prices and weather fur goods aro guaranteed to suit purse and Claiborne Sr.E my lino of waRon and bugRy hartaste. Misses VanDcvcer. Muel ness. J. Wanted, to loan f 1,800 on real es Wanted, a good farm hand to milk. tate. L. R. Hughes, Stanford. Stanford, Ky. Address Box of Heels. Tolcs, LinM and FINE lino lino of wall paper and mattings Bit other Fishing Tackle at Penny Rest Want to buy buggy maro or gelding; Drue Store. wo have ever carried. Prices right. mare preferred Dr. G. G. Perry. 2t. 1, The Etahth District Christian En deavor Convention will meet in Stanford April the 30th nnd May 1st. Everybody is cordially invited. A good program has been arranged. i ' I- - it 1 1 Millinery Opening I will havo .ny Eggs for sale from Red hen, Wild Gov WlLLSON pardoned tho Stan Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese. Mrs. Spring und Summer millinery opening of Garrard, MissEuzAnCTilSiMrsoN, ford Water, Light & Ico Co. for fall- - W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. Friday and Saturday, April 9 and 10, is with Mrs. L. M. Ooodnlsht. uro to mako reports to tho auditor. and invite the ladids to call nnd inspect . m Mr. It. M. Nbwland spent sovcral Call In and see my splendid lino of my goods. Mrs. C. M. Young, HighThere will bo a meeting of tho Stan- Spring nnd Summer suitings, pants and land, Ky. days In LexinRton and Iulsvillo. spent ford Hop Club at Cummins & Wcaren'a Mrs. Catiieuisb McClakv vests I can plcwie the most fastidious. store Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. Geo. II. C. Rupley. In complianca with proclamation of some tlmo with Uslncton friends. the Governor and suggestion of State Mr. L.. A. FARI8S, of Somerset, pass- D. Florence, president. Just received n car of Webber Wag- Superintendent Crabbe, Arbor Day ed throuch to Richmond yesterday. For Sale. At a very low fiRuro the ons, also wo havo on hand HoosierCorn was observed with fitting ceremonies tho Infant son of Dr and William, Jones resturant. A splendid stand and Drills, Disc Harrows and other farming at Stanford Graded School last Friday Mrs. W. N. Cralfc. Is dangerously III. For par- implements. coun- good chance to mako money. Seo us beforo placing afternoon. All tho grades, from secMr. L. J. I'armgin, nf Wayno ticulars see L. R. Hughes, Stanford. your order. Coffey & Bishop, More- - ond to Junior class of high school, plantty, was hero with old friends last week. ,i Is at Olympian ed a tree. Appropriate exercises wero Millinery Opening. I will havo my land. Ma. J. M. McCautV held at each tree and several wero SprinRs tryinR to ftcl rid of rheuma- Spring and Summer millinery opening For Rent. After May 23rd corner Saturday, April 10. All tho ladies aro suite of rooms in I. 0. O. F. building. christened and given names. The putism. Mrs. Mattie Nevius is visiting her invited to attend. Mrs. T. F. Gross, Very suitable for lawyer's offices. Ad- pils used spade and hoc and did their own work, thuj fostering a spirit that daughter, Mrs. J. E. Uuck, at Gilberts Crab Orchard jacent to county court rooms. Now oc- will make for the betterment of tho Creek. rooms on first cupied by J. N Saunders. Apply to I. For Rent. Four nice pupil and the beautifying of thogrounds. MlS3 UUTII CULBERTSON', of Covingfloor In tho D. S. Carpenter property W. Ireland, Mgr. A splendid sentiment is engendered by ton, spent a week with Ilustonvllle In Ilustonvllle. Recently repaired and 1 First ex- such occasions. Aesthetic culture is proExcursion Season friends. to Call on or write in good condition. cursion to Cincinnati via Queen & Cres- pagated and these trees will speak to Miss Lilue Garner, of Crab Orch- Mr. Carpenter. cent Route will bo April 25th. Thero future generations of the patriotic has been tho guest of LexinRton ard, on will be a base ball gamo between the spirit and happy recollections of Bchool I have moved to my store-roofriends. Mn. RniiERT Moreland and bride, East Main street and am prepared to Reds and the Pittsburgs. Schedule of lifo of those who participated; for as plumbing and tinning. excursion trains will bo about tho same the Bard of Aron says: "There are of LexinRton, wero hero with relatives do Como in and see the best roofing on as last year. W. C. Rinearson, gener- tongues in trees, sermons in stones and Sunday. good in everything " al passenger agent. Mrs. Cleveland Hose, of Garrard, the market. W. K. Warner. was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. who clerked for Charles Levitch, Sale of Bank Stocks. On Monday, Kubankg. for several months, was April 12th, 1909, county court day. ben Jaues w. Guest, of Louisville, Sam Goldstein arrested In Louisville on n charge of 1 and In Wall l'airr. AIo carry n splenwe will sell publicspent several days with his parents at using the malls in n conspiracy to de- tweencourt-hous- e 2 r. !., in did llni' of Orocerlt ,Ho(t Drlnka, Klc, ly in Stanford 15 yard Crab Orchard. fraud. Ho was released on n bond of shares in National Bank of Ilustonvllle, Miln Street, Hmtonvillr, Kentucky. Mrs. J. H. Willis, of Crab Orchard, $1,000. 10 in Lincoln County National Bank nnd mm m visiting friends has been A CITY ordinance appears elsewhere 20 in McKinncy Deposit Bank. Tho llcRistcr. Hustonvillo bank pays a 10 per cent, C. K. Gentry, of Oxford, O , which our people should read and heed. Mr. Am prt'pnntl tn ilo roof pulntliiu nt the Baugh-mapojilble iirlwi. lllack piilnt av Kr of his brother, Mr. An eirort Is being made to prevent the dividend, tho others C. Cash. attended the burial r kiuir tooling Harris and Hagin, udm'rs. J. F. miunrouii mrtnluim r iil.d mid khj milium (or contagious diseases and to spread of .'"0 xr Richard Gentry. oil rul'lx'r nnd Cash on liu'tul rrtl pal lit Mr. Ulytiie Gentry, of Newborn, that end every good citizen will lend a J. W. HTKWAKT, Howlunil, Ky. Tcnn , attended the burial of his rela- helping hand The Cincinnati Enquirer, in a recent ! tive. Mr. Richard Gentry. Miss Bessie Yanti took quite n notice, had the following concerning A Sliel-to- n Mrs. S. M. SaUklky and son, number of tho Christian Endeavorers MIs Em Smith, who will play at tho In nil tlio tllMH I hiiM'lm'ii 111 tlio toluit-cMarshall Saulley, arc over from from hero to Crab Orchard Sunday recital Fridav nieht at the Christian I !iu oiler-i'- l IiikiIiii-nny manufactureriietroiler n to Frankfort with tho homefolks. organized a Christian church: "A plaintive theme was an nor knewi'r:cnr afternoon, nnd line of tolmeoo. With Natural Journal says that a Endeavor for them. They organized nounced then in a violin solo, given belter for .niokliii; ami cbcnlng iiml l'rcssed The Frankfort Tvlt than i ikim little dauchter has arrived at tho homo with about 20 members. with'a beautifully sustaining tone by Ohewllii? Tobacco,jour Johlier otter. Onler or illnct by .olli'lttsi through Eld. and Mrs. Joe Severance. to be mall. Kccrlptlse prKe ll.t promptly of Miss Em Smith. Mr. Tirindelliis on application Mr. W. Logan Wood, who has made congratulated on his orchestra. It is HourigaN, wife and son, Or. R. R. U.S. MA It TIN, Junction City, Ky. poof Marion county, camo up yesterday Danvillo a mmt excellent chief of capable of nuanco and interpretive ca Hemember the olil .tauilby brand: and (Old lliodhenill "lllil m vi.it the familv of Mr II. C. Rupley. lice, is a candidate for "KrleimMiln pacity. Tho orchestra evinced a vital -(lra Hauler." Pi iinmiNE C. Walton attended tho here's hoping he will win by thousand. ity that would havo done credit to any Kentucky Home" ami lilue fow, if nny better men than birthday party of his cousin, Master Thero art organization." him, professional fW...y Walton, at Lexington ftaturuuy. "Logue," as bis friends here call deud-eMrs". H. C. Harris, of Stanford, and tf Lincoln county people could An immenso crowd gathered at WalTliln over the line they would elect him ton's Opera House Friday night to wit- prex IIIixin of Cheater Dure ulll make the who has been visiting relatives hero, teuton at 1. H. Carpenter' mnble In llle at 1 10 to Insure a ll Inp colt. i.n ri.turnp.1 homo. Somerset Times. by an cnormoui majority. ness tho performance of "Mrs. Wiggs He Is a DfSl'HlrTION ANII HKIIlllllKK. Is of by black Ith ntiir In forehead. Ill hands high, Cait. J. U. Douglas, We, with other democrats, enter n of the Cabbago Patch," rendered with nil thiol le and ilnl.li charai terlailu now conductor on tho through passcn sslemn protest against tho proposition Miss Harrictta Jones and a number of of the Chester Dare faiutlj.a good acting u proxen gcr run between Cincinnati nnd Atlan made by Judge J. S. Owsley to Judgo Stanford gentlemen and ladies. The hiirsennd our manslint tier. Hte Mill before If on urn looking font hooking good breeder nt lit Ine price. Hired b Chesin. of Lin- play was given under tho auspices of ter Dare. It dam by fell graph. ?uddiimhy M. C. Saulley, to let tho voters Mr. and Mrs. John II. Shanks, who coln county determine which shall be tho United Daughters of tho Confeder- lllppy by Mambrlno '.'lilcf, NO l. LYNN. J have resided at WaUonvilIe, Lai., for tho nomlneo for circuit judge. Judge acy and a snug sum was realized, which Hustons llle, K sovcral years, aro ex pec tod to arrive Saullcv very wisely declined to accept will go to tho John Morgan Monument here this week. BEST OPPORTUNITY OF ALL. because others might enter tho race, Fund. Tho "show" was good from Misses Pauline and Maroaret and for tho additional reason that the start to finish and thoso who took part Most I'rouuctUe .and tlth UnrKi.ii. who aro attending collego in district committee adopted another havo reason to feel good over the man- Richest and Untalllnu Artesian Wells. Lexington, spent several days with the method. But our chief objection lies ner in which they acquitted themselves. homefolks hero. hmipii himilrid fiud sls.lv acres of land ill in tho fact that such a course would Somo of tho parts were difficult but fertile in that of the bed ol the Nile, red, Mn. and Mrs. Will Severance, of disfranchise tho voters in other coun thoso who played them wero equal to chocolate and dark, sandy loam ns veil ns Mill. Stanford, arrived yesterday to spend a ties. The successful party is to bo our the occasion and acted liko veterans of heavy, rich, black alluvial Honing On It uie artesian two boldly and constantly low days wun uev jusepn aYu"""-suui ineill llioue win judge, ns well as Lincoln's judge, and tho stage. Miss Jones made a capital wells. Ullfl OI to Irrigate tho iiiriusii tract Jniirn&l. LVnnlrfnrl entire ami luiinijf. lent Mrs. Wiggs and as Miss Hazy Mrs. W. which Itliter ...... H...V llirnrii hnR nlrnadv hoen wo want to exercise tho right to vote fenced und cross fenced und has all necessary Improvements In the ) of encaged to teach in tho School for the for our choice. County lines aro oblit A. Tribblo was par excellence. Miss ili.lnes. sheds and barns all new. On II lv?.A.. l!l...rlnn V nMlVl'Hr. StlU orated in this contest and wo are op- Fettro played tho rolo of Lovey Mary growing und In excellent condition tire lbi varieties. Kor price fruit tree is teaching at Northampton, Mass., posed to close communion in ono corner to perfection and favored tho audience nnd terms of different I,. Klichearty, corner address Kd now. vocal solo. As Miss NiiMiaru and Crockett stret ts, Han Antonio, ,. ii.aw.it. ArrnnM roturned Sat- - of tho district. Let us avoid complica with a beautiful Lucy, Miss Sallie Taylor Woods was all Texas. urday from UoLand. Hla.. where she tions. Lancaster Record. that could bo desired and as Mcsdames Wn for some time. She left, her Gentry. After nn illness of nenrly Eichorn and Shultz, Mrs. KathrynBeaz-le- y brother, Mr. Klndrick Alcorn, doing Lincoln Circuit Court nto1tf. and Miss Mary Higgina were excelfour months, Mr. Richard Gentry died In obedience to u Judgment ot the Lincoln C. W. Metcalk. of tho Pine- - at tho Good Samaritan Hospital, Lex- lent. Miss Berta Jean Penny made a Editor Circuit Oourt, rendered at tho Kebruary villa Sun, was hero rnuay reiumm Desplendid Asia and as Australia and term, lVUU, In the action of J no. K. Cash's ington, at 3:30 Friday morning. from the bedside of his brother, Mr. heirs against J no. K. Cash's heirs, the underMisses Lettie Walker McKin-ne- y signed Commissioner will, between the is very ill at his ceased was liorn in this county in SepThomas Metcalf, who und Mary Mooro Raney wero fl r st- oours ui t anu z r. m., 011 tember, 1805, nnd the greater portion homo In Uoyle. llov, MONDAY, A lMlIL, of his lifo had been spent In this com- rut o. George Dunlap Hopper portray- county court day, oiler for sale at public 111 highest LOCALS. munity. Abyut 15 years ago Mr. Gen- ed Mr. Stubbing in a most realistic way, outcry to thu houso In and lest bidder tin) Htunford, Ky., front of court T. W. Pennington as Mr. following property In Turncrsvllle, Lincoln French cleaned. Cook & try removed to Lexington, whero his whilo Dr. Clothes disposition gath- Wiggs and Walter Milburn as Mr. Bob county, Ky, genial, lot bounded on tho 1,'1'he Farmer. pike, ered to him a legion of steadfast friends acted their parts to perfection. Jim North bythurltaufordiind IlustonvllleJamea on the Kasl aud Houtli bvthulamUuf McKlu-neSee new lino linen wash aults at who sincerely Borrow hie untimely end. Bob Nowland was fino as Billy Wiggs MiCormlck aud on thu West by the mid Colfe 's Mill plke.contalulngnlHiut Hughes, Martin & Go's. Ho la survived by two brothers, Capt. und Russell Brown as Chris Hazy was Nacres and 1 roods. Thero Is u largo Irjme m in Robert R. Gentry, of this place, and A 1. Little Dorothy Tribblo mado tho storu'house und dwelling louiblnetl on tills Hear tho ladies quartet Friday night C. E.Gentry, of Oxford, O., und ono cutest kind of a Tommy. W. O. Mar- lot and It Is a splendid stand for n general at thu Christian church. Is Unnided The"Nenl proiierly" s'stur, Mrs. Elizi Blain, of this place. tin was clover as sheriff and Prof. J. N. onJ.the North by tho laud which Us Hue l'a. of M thu Ka.l by Miss Ethel Hcttuo will Bing ono of Tho remains wero brought to tho home Wigginton und Alfred Pence as II. Jones llns aud Martin McCorinick.uii on thu Hout h Mccormick's church tjrnplke, her most elTectlvo solos at tho recital of Capt. Gentry Friday night and on nnd Brother bpicer, played thoir parts by Htunford and Ilustonvllle turnpike mid on thu West by thu laud of Mrs. lieu Oood Saturday afternoon nt 3 o'clock all that most satisfactorily, Tho drills wero containing between 8 und 0 acres. I'll Is lot Friday night. (mine duelling and outgenerous, honest well executed und greatly enjoyed by contains n -- Pure S. C. Brown Leg- was mortal of this buildings. FOR Sale. man was lowered to its resting place tho largo crowd. It was a TKUMrt. Tlu sales will lie made. on u purchun-rwill horn egRS. Improved laying strain. in Buffalo comotery after u short o performance and those who witnessed cndlt of six months: thufor the purcluiM) be required to glvu bonds Mrs. It. L. Ucrry, Hustonvlllo, Ky. by Rev. 1). M. Walker. A largo it felt well repaid for their time und pike with good security, pajublu lo the Couimlsslouer, beurlngo per cent. Interest Phono 83-- rings. number of acquaintances, including monoy spent. The U D. C s, MiB from date of sale until paid, having tl force and etfectol u Judgment and tecurvl, Foil SALB.S. C, Urown Leghorn many Lexington Eagles, of which order Jones and the others who took part aro by llimon Ihelund. Tim preseut lessees of thu the Mr, Gentry was a member, assembled entitled to a vote of thanks for giving lAitNo. 1 luiYtl years pilvllegu of 1.extending eggs from selected show stock; from April Ituv, and their base two large slio and fino laying strain. Rus- at his bier to pay tho last tribute of re- our people one of thu cleanest and best liOt No. It least d until Juu. 1. IvlD. 1, M. MoROUKUTH, Hpvclul Coiu'r, performances teen here for a longtime. I spect to their departed friend, sell Brown, Stanford. m "personals. Tribblo As Pence. ... Linen wash suits. n We have just received beautiful line of Linen Wash Suit?. ... These suits nro in all colors, beautifully trimmed nnd the mere fact they are made by the "Queen Skirt Co." is sufficient Ac. rec- ommendation for the very latest in Styles, Quality of Goods, We invite your inepection nnd guarantee quality of goods, m m ' ' fit and price. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., .! Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Or-EN- ' G. r W.Armstrong&Co. NOTICE! hcro.-Kich-m- ond Ioet WORD TO YOU tl Tlt," n CHESTER S. -- llll-loi- n Jt-llic- -- il Have you micd ttyle in jour clothes? Have you Have you paid n fair price for your garments and found that after n few weeks they slopped out and hung like it rag uu a bean pole? Then you missed the tailoring, the hand work mid the good workmanship that's got to be in tho clothes wo sell. Everything you pay lor U there. We don't keep prating of 840 Etiits for 810 or 880 outfits "for SO.SU. That manner of doing business has faded uway. Iu place of it we oiler honest values in pile of style suits, this Spring's vintage with all the buap tj them that you'ro apt to look for. W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. 1 h, Commissioner's Sale! ttm ..tsH''ssH w 1 HH99b9HBHI-B-- open-hearte- d d -., -- y Inches tall, owned by Hugh Held Koster.wlll make the season at 10 to lisur" llv?ng colt. II Is by uu Imported pony that cost I1.UO In the Hhetliind Island. J.'.1... J. l.,. defeating all comers 111 iii.V hnrseineii as the Vest uonvuntilKentucky, paid. Mares parted In tho season Is IBor Men retained iinull tolls forfeit. Insurance and money becomes gft'uwhcru r.rric ir AY m mm TBMISFEB FOR RATES mm"i high-clas- s ser-vlc- s LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER 3 EAST TENHE88EE TELEPHONE COMPfiHV MCtStlPCfllTt-- - - . i ' V jr UU mnmt 'M&H. V The Interior Journal. Jhtereiinthe Pori'Ofieeal Stanford mmd-da- u ssgmBm2ss2ssimmsBaBS3mmmBmamKEaaemmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmml M matter. L.'otN. TIMETHBLE No. W, North, No.r7.IOM7 a.m. No.2S.1lWP. M. No.Jl,Houth,lltMp. No.SI, Kouth.llSiO A No. tt, North, 41(0 A. :x7 r. St. M. M. M. Every person in this city who issuf cring from Eczema, Pimples, Dand. ruff or any form ol skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durEijists sell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. The Truth A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberto' Drug Storo in the Owsley Building. t ir Inswts Tobacco and Tebacco lams. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Mm, STANFORD, KY. Residence I'lione M; OlTlce. M. Insure with mo anil be fully protected. Adorina's Fox of the moat noted bulls ami cows on tbo Island of Jersey Kngland and America. Ills sire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported given and bis dam Is a show cow that 1ms you (15 If In fioundsof rich milkLikeone day. Likeness of or the begets some Ancestor" and have n strictly good cow, you should nvnll yourself of his He will be nllowed to serve n limited number of approved, registered cows outside of our own herd this year, for n fee of Si each. Make engagement before sending IllMI) AOTTKIt. cow to be bred. Htanford.Ky. Telephone Hi. ". 11. We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold nt right prices. e. young Jersey lit hnndsomc, large nml unbroken Bull, line scended from n long de- J, L.Beazley&Co., NnV Is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic, cures Cholera, Oaties, lloup. canker nnd l.lmlierneck, when fedns a presentUolt not only keeps them healthy but mnkes them lay. ney Trouble and nil diseases arising from impure dioou it lias no equal, n is In obedience ton Judgment of the Lincoln l'rlee 0 cents, no cure, no payuarauti-e(leu. IVuny.lry under thu nure food act of June ill). circuit court, rendered nt the Novemler by your druggist.Askfor1,.bookltl on It under IK'O, nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If dlsenes term, IKuT, In the uctton of K. F. llobbltt the guarantee. the Remedy is taken according to directions against Jesse (luest etc., the undersigned of lKiultry. and if he or she Is not benefited by the use Uoiu'rwlllon oftbeltemedy we wtllrcfund your money. MO.N KAY. ATKI L llTlt. llX. Ve can do nothing more. Kuch package county court dav in front of the court house with a renlstered guaran rontnlm at iloiu siUare In Stanford, Ky., oiler for luile at tee and mntllng cord with full Instructions. public outcry to the hlgliest and best bidder" wesena u to any aouress oy man uii rea lot of ubout: U.ire oles of land, ' ceipt of f I per pneknge or. six packages for miles Houth of ('ran Orchard. In Lincoln Co., Now Livorv S3. Betterordern boxto-diiyIf taken In Ky., adjoining the lands of F. F. llobbltt. Dopot Hhelby Owsley. Ann (luest, nnd Logan time you might save n big doctor's bill. Ileiuemberlf you take the Itemedy accord(Juest. Phono 06, ing to Instructions and nre not beuitoed, The object of the sale Is to satisfy the Judgyou get your dollar back. You will not ment of deft J. F. lloldam for lu with Infind the remedy in drug stores for sale. It terest from Sept. Si. f) and the debt of S sola only dv our uuiy iiuiiiorizeu ngeius, nlalntlir llobbltt for ItJwIth Interest from STANFORD. KENTUCKY. IlfcUUKN WILLIAMH, Agent. Feb. s, lsi and fl.M costs besides the costs of this action. TKKMH. The. sale will lie made on a election. Eczema is Curable credit of six months, liond with good se9. On the next day after the returns curity for the nurchnse urlce. bearing inter scientific preparation foi ZEMO, est from date, having the force and effect ol external use. Stopi itching instantly shall have been made, the committee a Judgment, and nlso secured by lien, on the and destroys the germs that cause skin purcnaser. shall meet and canvass the vote cast land will be renuireii or in Master Courr. J. 11. l'AXTON, diseases. Eczema quickly yields and Is and issue certificates of nomination. permanently cured by this remarkable We nre In position to do nil kinds of con10. The chairman of the district is di I medicine. All Druggists. Write for samcreting, such ns Mock Work, ruvemeuts ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., Sl Louis, Ma and. In fact, we can make any thing from r rected to employ n person to copy from Lincoln Circuit Court. house down to a fence ost. We can Penny's Drug Store. the regular registration books made in guarantee (lrt--r promptly and stork and material. Oallnndget our prices Danville and Harrodsburg in 1903, the John A. Pitts, riatntlfT.vs. M. I). Knrr, Defendant. Notice of sule. you buy your material at least. before names of all democrats, and the person Pursuant to a Judgment rcndrrrnl In the ut thu Febnbovustyled so employed shall return the copies, ruary term. court and action !'.. the undersigned CommisM., certified as required by law, to the sioner will between 1 nnd i r. Ky In front of Have your measure taken by u tailor of exon thu court house in Htaiilord, Stanford, Ky. perience. '1 hen your clothes, whether n low chairman, who shall causo them to be MONDAY, AI'ltlLlSTII. lis 0 price business sutt or the finest evening duly delivered to tho officers of olectior. county court day ofTer for salent uubllcout-cr- y clothes, will have that Indlsldunltty and tit to thu highest and bidder, the undi- which plainly The chairman is further directed to vided one mill Interest bctM. 1. Knrr In the your in. niuro. Indli'iitu they were iiiado to 1 wilt nlso take your measof the Houth causo to be printed and prepared for house and lot onCuf OtT pike est corner of ure fur extra trousers, fancy tests, lop In Htanford, coats and otercoats. Hprlng nnd Hummer MulnHtreetiilid use the requisite number and kind of Lincoln County, K., thus decrllxil s impUs on Iiatid rendy lor jour Inspection, lloglnnlliK on the Northeast the billots, which shall bear the facsimile Heernneo loton Main street, corner of with II. I'. nLM'LKY.ThoTnllor, thence Htanford, Ky. corner of the Hey. Main street :ii feet to of his signature, and he will procure uronco bouse; thence the right uugles with nt the necessary election supplies and said street it straight llnethroughMiid lotto In buck ulTey that & cause them, together with the ballots, it stouuthen Kust with aldruns Knst and alley to corner West; on snld alley running North a ml Houth; t3 bo delivered to tho officers of elec- thence North along suld alley to the beginning. tion, as required by law. The object of the sale is to satisfy plain 11. The chairman will cause copies tlll's Judgment for I.MJMI with Viiereeut. Inxf, hereof, certified by himself and the sec- terest from Marchsalels"4, mid the costs. will bo made on TKUMH. The retary of the committee, to be posted credit of six mouths. Tbo purchaser will be required to glvo bond for the purchase price at the court house door in Stanford, Hltli good security, having the force and effect of Judgment, payable the Lancaster, Danvillo and Harrodsburg, sioner, abeurlng legal interestto fromCommisdate of and in 20 other conspicuous places in sale until paid, mid also secured by lieu on DudeitiKers and Embalm county in the district for not less the sliaro sold. each J. 11. l'AXTON. Matkk Com'k. ers. Alio Dealers in Furthan 10 days prior to May 1G, 1909, and J. K. HAUNnmH, Att'y for plaintiff. said notice shall be published in each niture, Mattings.Rugg. Tbo Klgut of the leading companies of the democratic newspaper in the district. will exchange Furnituro for world represented. Competent rates wuh all tho companies of the world. Ixi.s.pay-lu- g G. L. Penny, Ch'mn. all Rinds of Stock. Givo record un.urpa.sed. Neer hud n lawCilENAULT HUGUELY, Sec'y. suit In ttiH hi. lory of this agency. Ibises Ueg. No. SDMI, A. H. U.K. The in a Call. Prices Right. promptly paid mid without dUcoum. No llentitlful bay saddle stallion, li.J'.j hands, waiting 'DUnys for your money, lieforo Inwas the greutest June, Mr. P. G. I'rltts, OneOnta, N. Y., fouled horse illllifi. Ills sire He hus balance, suring, call on Kentucky. show these STAMFORD. - KENTUCKY. writes: "My little girl was greatly high action undthe speed Indicated by neck, MAHONY & blood the long, thin benefitted by taking Foley's Orino strong,lines. He hasdelicate head, Hell set, short back, heavy tall, tint and good Laxative, and I think it U the best fool nd eyes sobone, clean hock the get of The Insuranco Men of Stanford. characteristic, of remedy for constipation and lver the Deiimuiks. We feel that 1'ruston King's iioi'd, iicllon and Individuality must add lo trouble." Foley's) Orlno Laxative Is the inci It of our Kentucky horses and we patronage. This richfor Mi a best for women and children, us It U nkbred litoung liberal has all the qualities of ly horse nnd mild, pleasant and effective, and Is a it great sire; honecome, style. His to him through sesplendid spring medicine, as It cleans- lectedblood lines stock. Preston tri, his sire, vas the greatest show horse of his day, winning at Weak Kidneys, sursly point to wssk kidney es tho system and clears the complex- all the fulrsand horso shows, taking the Nerves. The Kldners. Ilk the Jlesrt. and the ion. New Stanford Drug Co. blue string at Ht. Uiuls. winning IU"). You Btomach, find their weakness, not in the orran see that I'restoti King can not help but lw n Itself, but In the nerves that control and guide great saddle horse Hire. His dam. Nelly aiVM and strengthen them. Dr. Snoop's KeflorsUf e Is It is reported that Prcsiden Gomez was by VauMeter's King tracing to a rasdlclne speclQcally prepared to reach these To may turn over the Venezuelan Govern- Htoueisull Jackson, and on Ills sire's side to controllingItnerves.wilt doctor the Kidneys alone. Is fuul. Is ol time, and ol money u Washington Deuniurk I'.l. ment, temporarily, to J. A. Velutinl, to 1'kiiiiiukk sired bv I'restonVSf.by Wash- well. If roar ington M, by Cromwell 73, by vashlngtou scalds, or back aches or Is weak. If the urine avoid complications in the event that lieiiiuark.ili, 1st dam by VauMeter's King li dark and strong, if you have symptom or other distressing or dangerous kidOn Time, by President Castro should claim the ";w. by Hllver King, by Hubble' greatHtoue-wa- of disease, try Dr, Snoop's UestonU sea month Jackson, F. H show ney Tablets or liquid and see what II can and will place he vacated when he left Gomez horse, tnd dam Jlp, by tho famous Cnoell's Islington by Olst's Illack Hawk, F, H. sire. do for rou. Druggist recommend and sell In charge. Dam, llello by Itboilerlck 101, by Miimbrino f 'graud W, Washington nl.dam AUce .11, by Pains of women, boad pains, or any Harp's Halcove lilt. VauMeter's Kln TM, dam Maud V (U by Orunger F. rt. Undertaker. Embalmor and pam stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Tkhmk Mures will lie kept nt KM per Dr, Snoop' l'lnk l'atn Tablets. See month nt owner's risk. Thee will receive Doalor In the most careful attention. Mares sold or. full formula on 25o Hox. Sold by Pen- Knrieu wun i nens insurunce una me loo due. ny's Drugstore. Will make the season of IUV ut our place KY- STANFORD, ut W to Insure a living colt. Alo A fire which started in Baldwin's jew- years will stand onu gooil bluck Jack, four old, at 110 to Insure a living colt. elry store at Shelbyville caused a 0 W.H.dC. L. DUDDKHAH, Itowland, Ky. eCFUone,iT. Jloiaeifboot 6, loss. PENNY'S DffUQ STORE. Toons) You can find our Htandard Itemedy, the n blood aim liver Greatest of Rheumatism.meutcine et Know Halt Ubeum. Kid At McKinney, Ky., muiiu-Innnri'- il Call For Primary. Call for Democratic Primary In the 13th Judicial Distrlctmadeby the Democratic District Committee 1. A primary election ia hereby called, to be held in the several voting precincts of Lincoln, Doyle, Garrard and Mtrccr counties, between 6 A. M. and 4 r. M., on Saturday, May 1G, 1009, for the purposo of nominating democratic candidates for the ofllces of circuit judge and Commonwealth's attorney in and for tho Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, to be voted for nt the regular November election, 1909. 2. All democrats who are legal voters shall be entitled to voto In said primary election, and nro requested to do so. 3. Any person who desires to bo a candlaato for tho democratic nomination for circuit judge or Common wealth's 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 tho Thirteenth Judicial District, and, in addition, candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall, at tho time of giving said notice, deposit with the aforesaid chairman the sum of $600, end candidates for tho nomination for Commonwealth's attorney shall, at tho time of giving said notice, deposit with the chairman $300. 4. Said District Committco shall meet at tho ofTice of the secretary in Danville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May G, 1909, nt 2 r. M and if, at the expiration of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof, there be not more than one candidate for circuit judgo or Commonwealth's attorney who has complied with the conditions of Section 3, then the committee will declare to bo the nominee for the office sought, that person 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. G. 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. G. Upon tho closing of the polls, the officers shall proceed to count the ballots and to make returns, and in so doing shall be governed by tho provisions of the general election laws, and the returns shall be made to the chairmen of the respective counties in the district, who will deliver the the certificates, and any questioned ballots to this committee. "7. The officers of election shall be selected from lists to be offered by the candidates, in accordance with the provisions 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 in the district, not less than five days before May 15, 1909, tho name of one per son for each voting precinct in each county, to act as challenger and inspector for said candidate at said primary stub-books, Thomas Wilkinson, Undertaker, Prompt ami KfTlcle Mt Salem. JREES. nt Perries Day or Night, FRUIT ft ORNAMENTAL everything for Orchard, Law nnd Write for catalogue. II, V. HILLKNMKYKIt A HONK. Islington, Ky. $149 CHECK AT A IAR3AIN. I won In nn nil ertlslng contest given by thednlcshurg l'lnnnOo.,of (ialesburg. III., ncherk for $I( which is transferable nml which will tm accepted for Its face value as I on any of their (inrt paymentfor this check. It pianos, lis would pay no need n pliinotnrall on or ii nj one wishing to buy write me for further Information nt once. Maywood, Ky, W.O. I'ATIHCK, '7 -- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with tho Wit, as well ns the f reshest of cut flowers, plants of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also mnke a specialty of wreaths for for funernt purpose. In connection with the nlKive, I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable -- prices. CIlUIHTMANtinKKN HOUHKK. Kn lluiuiAiii), mm. Htanford, Ky, 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. g' JfCGSHMtt!wLLwERmBntt?3jJnksL. , y---. vj . mar-ana- "- r . r1-- r M E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. FOR SALE ! CHOICE GOODS. Foaled Mny (l.lfstf. black wllhwhltepolnts, IS. hnnds. Hired by Wonder 7JO. he by lllg Tom. he by lielknap. 1st dam Chennult Jen net IH7 iy importer jumno. Will make the season of liJ nt my farm 1 miles from Hustons llle on the IIIckplkHt for Jennets nnd III) for mares, to Insure. I will also stand seseral other Jacks at lift for marcs. Also several stallions nt 110 to Insure n living colt, tlrnss furnished at H per month. Jennetsor mares parted with forfeits the Insuranco nnd makes season money due. J. K. nAUOIIMAN. Hustonvllle, Ky. !Vhoro power holler and engine nnd sawmill for sale. Will sell either or Iwth. CitAs. KKssi.ix.Ottenhelni, Ky, I'ostomcr, Waynes burg, Ky. 5. 2u 3 S-- a2 m . c-- 5 ci a. o B DEITS COLLECTED. We collect notes, claims and accounts In any part of the United Htates.- - No charges 2.5'e' c unlets collected. Collections promptly mitted. Try us. HOY DX COLLECTION re- ii; ' a "" Homerset, Ky. ACIKNOV. MD Dorscy Goldduit, 12052. Full brother to Kttetle, No. lit), Hired liv7.llrn.lHloMdlnt.IM). (by Hold- dust ISO by Vermont Morgan and on to Morgan. Jutlu nam 01 me .iicam iioiuuust was oy an Imp. Arabian Htalllon Zllcsdl. Tiiednmof Horsey (lolddust Is Florence by Uoldcn Mingo Chief a son of (lulls Comet Morgan and on to Justin morgan. Notic, This Is an lntenely Inbred Morgan Htalllon tho blood now In demand. A rich dappled liay, black points, is hands high lauios siainon 01 greai uenuiy aim action, wlthipeed nnd endurance and unexcelled nsn priKlucerof blgb class show, road nod Knstern horses. The records of his produce both in show and sale rings prove his vnliw and merit as a producer of tine road, show and sale homes. Tho present season will 1h made nt my barn S' miles from Htnnrord.nt ISO to Insure a living colt. Money due when colt comes or mare parted with. Mares kept on grass nt y liv 'rdiiy.Oood care given but no for accidents or escapes. F.UKII). respon-ilblllt- Tha Jossph Prloi Sanatorium, North Lancaster Htreet, 2.frS 3 cT-- o tnnford, Kentucky. For Treatment of Dlsea.es of the Kye, Noe, u Throat. Knr. (lenlto.l'rlnary, Hytt.'in and Hurgery. ltectnl.Or-gatis,Nero- Q cT 0o 'a L u 5-B r-s o MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. m. F. A A. M.wlll meet In stated communication on each flnt and third Monday nights of each month, at 7:) o'clock In their ballon Main street, Htanford, Ky. Memtiersof sl.ler lodges are fraternally Invited to lm present. W. M.,T. W lVnnlngton.Hec. (1. COB s-- s. B" nT 3 -- . n 1BU H -- O 'c D U IVnuy, ! c Notice Poultry Raisers K u OH 3 Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court. 1 5C B-- z. S CB B. D. CARTER, Street, IHIIOSSIUITIIW P I w. o 2o 2 o ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. CONCRETING MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., j! 1 Commissioner's sale r-y- ou PHILLIPS BROS., When Ordering Ciothes Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SE- Mahony Rankin, Styles up to tlio minute. Trices lipyoiitl comiictitioii. Wo also statu that our Spring Lino m now complete. To cave money, comu ami eo ami ho convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoos for Ladies, Misses and Children and our line of Gent's SIioch will certainly plcae. Hunan and Walkover lines aro hummers and are strictly reliable. Your for an honest deal, Cii.uii.m Wiiixi.Kit. INSURANCE, Highest Market Prices Paid For Hens lie. and Tornado. Roosters 4 to 4 Farm Property a SpeChickens 9 to 10c. cialty. Life, 11 Fire, Accident Eggs, Hides, Furs 2c. PRESTON KING. RANKIN, Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford, Ky. Ducks 10 to 10 Geese 6 to 7c. -- J. C. McCIary, Weak Kidneys PaSlVh T sniaiaBniaiaaialBLiaB'JiasiaiaW iaW saiH f ll av ia. M iaiaWiailmJ JP V ' !r HarnessSaddlory, Dr. Shoop's $10,-00- Restorative This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. Investigate before placing yourorddr. 11S-- 1M. W. H. HIGGINS, jtl - y Bijartto, mn