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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): April 9, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909040901_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 9, 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. The Interior Journal. vol. XXXVII STANFORD, KY.( FRIDAY, ARIL 0. 1000. HUSTONVILLE. MO. 12; Ll Lincoln CninyH N'w Cotiri-lIoiiK- o. Ah ti will limit vrliru Cnnlrnrlnr Krurfirr In rim iivrr llir Uryn in the County OtHrrrn. MIDDLEBURG. John Z. Spoonamore, Of SUnford, a consecrated church Dr. W. L. lewder has hung out his rncmbcr, an exemplary chrntinn shingle nt Hnstln's mill on Knob Lick and a member of tho olllcial and will practice his profession. board for yean, has answered roll call ' Dr. William Sweeney, who is taking nt Quarterly Conference tho last time n graduating course at tho Louisville In the church militant and gone to take Medical College, will return in Juno and position In tho church triumphant. Ho locate hero for tho practice of medicine. passed through tho light nnd shades, I It seems to us that a letter mailed nppointmenU and disappointments of Gl hero Wednesday morning ought to reach yean, and while his bow was abldinj In Stanford in time for publication in Fri- strength and hit natural forces had not riiy's issue of the I. J. but it frequent' abated, that hidden uncertainty, death, ly fails. There must be some miseracame unon htm so suddenly and swept bly careless handling of mail somewhere him away o quickly, it nppeara that he along the route. Miss Maude Hatter died nt the home has laid aside his farming business nnd jjono nway for i visit to another part of her father, C c! Hatter, near Saturday morning nnd wns burof the country nnd will come back homo ied at Calvary church Sunday afternoon. in a short time. It Is n fact that men never recover Mls Halter was a member of tho Hap-tichurch here nnd wa said to be n from being boys, it mattere not how old they may become; the boy crop out most excellent young woman. Elsie Gadberry is being favorably now and then, nil tho way down the lane of life. His later acta nnd deeds s Nikon of in an available enndidnte for wero evidence of n well ordered youth. either county superintendent or county lie was reared (did not grow up un- clerk. Hi! will likely be nominated by guarded) hi habits wero well chosen the democrnts for one or tho other of nnd his character above suspicion; n these ollices. He is n moral, orderly- manly man, n firm friend, kind neigh- walking young man und qualified for bor, faithful father und devoted hus- any oflVo in the county band. To him his church was full of John Q Kowland is innking his homo meaning, every movement and occasion with J C. Fogle on the Liberty pike. was interesting, ho was all attention Wclby Fair, of Liberty, was here Satclear through. Tho last district confer- urday. Kditor Henry Thomas, of Libence be attended, less than one year erty, nttended church at Yosemite Sunago, was a feast to him. He saw, day. Mr. Helen Carter has returned Jason Law horn is heard and took nil in. As n atownrd. from he Ailed the olllco. In finance he was nblo to be up, tho' ho is looking somethe cmbodyment of liberality; his mon- what worsted. Mrs. Lawhorn is visitey (lowed into tho treasury of tho Lord ing her father, W. II. Cochran, in for religious purposes. Among the last Louisville. Mrs. J. L. Owens nnd Mrs. Laura prayer at the family altar, he asked Father (Jod to help him do more for Lee are endeavoring to organize u La Zion's onward and upward movement. dies' Missionary Union at the Iluptist He was an nil round great man in his church, the object of which is to pro- field of cnort. His force of character .note tho missionary interest nmong the and quietude. members of tho church. These good was In He did not tnlk much, but lied more. women should bo encouraged in this His words multiplied many times on the good work us they are hard workers in thought of those who heard him speak. the cause of out Master and thuir work His homo was tho product of n wiso in the church and Sunday School cancombination between himself and wife not be too highly estimated. Your Hustonvillc correspondent Bcems for religious nnd tempornl purposes They modeled after tho Joshua resolu- to be quite easily touched, especially tion, "as forme and my houso wo will when one uttempls to monkey, even in serve tho Lord." Ho was a priest nnd a joking wuy, with his high notions. his wife n daughter of Aaron, nnd the That he really imagined he lived in a altar stood and tho Incenso ascended. city was apparent from the claim hu He was the father of 10 children; two mude but if tho MoreUnd people can babes nro in tho glory land with him, stand it we can, and will ruUo no furthsix sons and two daughtcn mourn his er kick so long us ho does not claim toil, but ho left them n heritage more Middlcburg, which would be quite us valuable than gold, n good name nnd u reasonable as his claim on Moreland. cleun character. Foley's Honey and Tur is u safeHut ho is gone, wo will never sco an- guard ngulust serious results from never repents His other like him. fiod Spring colds, which Inlluinu tho lungs work in tho field or nature or on tho and develop Into pneumonia Avoid high piano of grace. Ho did good serhi generation, counterfeits by ItmUtlng upon having vice in his day, and for thegenuino Foley's Honey und Tur, nnd loft tho world better than ho found n.. ikoI tho world but did not which contains no harmful drugs. if ..i'.M.n l llo used this world nccording New Stanford Drug Co. God'a appointment, and that Is, to to On Cut Shin Creek, on the Perry-Lesli- e get to that better nnd brighter world, county border, Spied Spurlock was his body and succeeded. Old death got shot and instantly killed, and Robert only, und when tho old earthly houso llaker fatally wounded, it is alleged, by roso rll hi noul oscaned unhurt,nndandlasting Joe Smith. Two mules wero also kill superior, to higher claim ed. The killing, It U said, followed a shad-ow- s conditions in that land where the quarrel. sorrows do never fall and sighs nnd Up Bofore Tho Bar. not enter and death in abut out torover. n.wl.liva old friend, but not forever. N. II Hrown, uu uttorney, of I'ltts-HelI beliovo In my soul there is another life Vt writes: "We havo uiodDr. nnd a 'sweet land beyond the sun, whero King's New Life Fills forjeurs und tho loved und lost to our vision now, find them such u good family medicine will appear and partings will be no we wouldn't bo without them." For W. F. Vaughn. more. Chills, Constipation, lllllousness or Somerset, Ky. Hick Heudachothey work wondors, 25c Don't drug tho Stomach, or btlmu at Fenny' Drugstore lato the Heart or Kidneys. That Hundreds of men out of work; thouwrojg. It Is tho weak nerves that are sands of dollars damage done and many theao crying out for help. Vltallzo persons slightly injured aro tho results weak Inside controlling nerves with that visited Toledo, 0 Ilestoratlve, und see how of a hurricane Dr. Snoop's Wednesday. quickly good health will come to you Sheep killing dogs have been playing again. Test It and see! Bold by I'en-nv- 's havoc with sheep in rayette cotnty. Drug8tore. n, ' st 1 The Lincoln county meeting of the Christian church will bo held hero on May 15. Robert Caudle has opened n stock of groceries nt his residenco near tho sow mill of Terry & Newell. Milton McCormack spent two days at homo on his return from Hot Springs nnd he is now with his club at Dayton, O. ilenton Maxey, living near Arabia, having about recovered from n severe case of smallpox, has three new cases in his family. Tho numerous friends of Matt Engle-ma- n will bo glad to know of the splendid success with which ho is meeting in his business at Mt. Salem. Colin & Klcmper, of Danville, have rented tho store-rooof V. II. Morse and will open a stock of clothing and gents' furnishing goods in a few days. Lair's blood hounds were calllcd Monday to the home of Geo. Robinson in Boyle. They got good trail, following somo miles to a Negro cabin. The suspected party was arrested. The ladies of C. W. B. M. will give another of those delightful "candy pull-ing- vuiSbb jA i, W r."M You can't go wrong if NEWS NOTES. Thomas W. Scott, Adjutant General visiting Dr. Alcorn and family. Rev. of Illinois, is dead of heart failure. W. S. Willis, pastor of the Christian Birmingham's $,000,000 terminalsta-tio- n church, attended the State Conference was formally opened Tuesday. of ministers of that church held at LexA heavy snowstorm Saturday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Josiah Bishop. The Master's causo is tho beneficiary. Mrs. Hill Spalding, of Louisville, is In Style, in Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, you wear one of our prevailed at Den- ington Tuesday. ver and throughout the Kocky Mountain region in Colorado. The town of Aberdeen, Miss., was dimaged badly by n tornado and several persons were killed Gov. Shallenberger, of Nebraska, signed the daylight saloon bill. The measure forbids the sale of liquor except between 7 A M. nnd 8 I, m. Armour & Co , of Chicago, secured tho contract to furnih tho State Asylums and Feeble Minded Institute with meat fornvenr. Thecontract amounts to $100,000 The local option elections in tho cities of Ashland and Cntlettsburg and in Hoyd county resulted in Ashland going 107 dry" nnd Catlettshurg 22 "wet." The county outside of these towns went Regular service morning and evening at the Baptist church on the first and third Sundays in each month by Rev. Jones, of Louisville. Tho subject of Rev. W. S. Willis' sermon Sunday, as well as the music, will be appropriate to the Easter services. All are cordially invited. Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. They are reliable in all the things ajwell dressed man looks for. The latest in fabrics, colorings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. "dry." Charged with sending n "Black Hand" letter to Asa G Cundler, a prominent banker and manufacturer, and Atlanta's wealthiest citizen; demanding $35,000, D. years old, wns arrested placed in jail. 18 W. Johncon, in that city nnd A jiosse of 100 citizens, headed by r county officers and all the ministers of Ma field, marched on an ulleged blind tiger in the east edgn of tho town. After breaking down tho doors they confiscated 12 gallons of whisky and after a prayer by one of the ministers in the party, marched through tho streets and visited s second place. I'opo Hill, n prominent attorney of Macon, was found dead in a law office at McKae, Ga., a revolver in his right hand. He came to McUio Sunday to appear in a case. He claimed ho had received a threatening note and induced a hardware man to open his store and noil him a revolver. He wns shot through thu right eye and there wero evidences of a struggle. The injunction suit of the Kentucky railroads, in which the roads asked that the Ituilroad Commission of Kentucky be restrained from carrying into effect thu order of the commission of Juno 20, 190G, fixing rates on interstate business in that State was decided by tho Supreme Court of tho United States In favor of thu roads. Thu case came to the Supremo Court on appeal by tho commission from n decision of Judgo Cochran, of the United States Circuit Court for the Cistern district of Ken- Lair's bloodhounds were called to Duncan, Casey county, Wednesday, where a corn crib had been sawed into. Without a hitch thu trail was followed about six miles to the home of the suspected party. There being no officers present, no arrest was made then, but will be at the proper time. On Thursday afternoon the auxiliary to the C W. B. M. met with Mrs. E. McCormack. A good attendance mani fested great interest in the work. Mrs. Willis had prepared a good program consisting of a reading by Mrs. June Mocker, a vocal duet by Mrs. Nancy RitTe and Miss Kato Warriner, and the lesson ably presented by Mrs. Anna RilTe. The president then proposed to divide the membership into two sections, which met with unanimous approval, and the division was quickly and fairly made. It is hoped that the friendly rivalry between the two contesting sections will result in better work and n larger growth. Miss Kate Warriner will accept our thanks for aiding in the music nnd trust she will favor us again. Mrs. RilTe, being one of our members, we shall expect and hopo to hear from her often. Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, president. CHURCH Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FARMERS! Get busy and give your orders for Fertilizer. I have the nicest line of Buggies, Surreys, Phtetons and Runabouts that Call and look before buying. Also I have ever handled. chines. McCormack Ma- Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco and Corn. Sec the Kratiso, Pivot Axle Riding Cultivator. MATTERS. E. T. PEVCE, STANFORD. Rev. T. W. Barker will preach at Neals Creek Sunday at 2 r. M. Bishop Maes, head of the Catholic di ocese of Covington, has determined to divide the city of Lexington into two morning at the Sunday Methodist church will bo "The Trial of Christ." Was it according to law? Easter services Sunday night instead of Epworth League or preaching. e Tho Christian Enterprise, a paper, is the latest addition to the London journals of news. It Is. published monthly by tho members of thu Christian Church, with Judge Geo. C. Mooro editor. Rev. II S, Murdock has resigned as ' pastor of tho church at Buckhorn nnd tucky. will become superintendent of the Syn- odical Missionary work in Kentucky. Swept Over Niagara. of This terrible calamity often happens Rev. Murdock is a brother-in-labecuusethu careless boatman ignores Hon. J N. Saunders, of thin place. tho river's warnings-growinripples four-pagthree-column g parishes. Subject Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. . . Hens lie. Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to 10c. Ducks lOJto 10 Geese 6 to 7c. 2c. Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. Rubber. Guineas 20c a Piece. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford, Ky. LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE SHOW and faiter current-Nature'- s warnings urukind. Thut dull pulnorucho intho back wurns you the Kidneys need attention If you would escapofutal mal- April Legacies. V adiesDropsy, Dlubetesorllrlght Take Electric letters lit 11 sdl-seus- e. once y und all your und sco Uackacho best feelings return. "After loug suffering from weuk kidneys and lamo bark, one $1 bottle wholly cured me," writes J. It. Ulankenshlp, of Hoik, Tenn. Only 60o at Penny's Drugstore. April showers Bring May flowers. Potent powers Has the rain. Makes tho bowers Bloom again. April showers Bring May flowers. Potent powers Has the flood. Also dowers Us with mud. jHfe KENTUCKY AUTO CO. LONGEST HUBERT APRIL 15, 16, 17 HALF FARE RAILROAD RATES Ethlbltt ol Uteit Modtls Can, Part, Accetiorlet, Etc. Chasm and othir Spiclal Faatuus BR0I. CO. 0L0S MOTOR WORKS MILES AUTO CO. JOHN MASON STRAUSS PRINCE WELLS CO. LEVY AUTO CO. REIMERS MOTOR CAR CO. - .1 lf.lt "Engaged to me, and lotting another chap hold your hand?" "I'd Rather Die, Dootor, "Well, now, would you deprivo mo of such a splendid chance to show the than have my feet cut oil," said M. L. Ulngbam, of Prlnccvtllo, III , "but ring." -mm you'll dto from gangreno (which had The cleverest Imitation of real Cof eaten a way eight toes) It you don't", fee ever yet made U Dr. Shoop's said all doctors, Instead he used Health CotTce. It Is fine la ilavor llucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly and It made In just one minute. No cured. Its cures of Eczema, Fever tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made Sores, Dolls, Durns and Piles as- -, from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, tound tho world. 25c at Penny's Drug eto. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store, Store. -- THE SAFEST MS WmxX VI u i'Q TRANSFER MONEY BaaagaBaaBaBBaaBaMaaii LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TI LtCAL MANMER EAST TENNESSEE mcoroiiT(B TELEPHONE OOMPA-I- I nvuimwtn u i ii-nv- i .,- t .. The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN. of Mrrcer county. Is i canilldatn for Com' monwralth't Attorney of thla, th 13th district, subject to tbe action of the dtmocrntlc party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., Ian candidate for circuit Judge of this, the Mth dlstrlit, subject to till) notion of tbe Democratic pnrty. lath Judicial district. subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic pnrty. a bill Introduced by I'cpro- cntativo Mason nnd already reported on favorably by tho Texas house committee on liquor traffic, bo enacted into a law by tho State Assembly, what is captioned a bill to regulate tho salo of liquor would, because of its drastic provisions, practically preclude the sale of whisky or malt beverages. According to the bill liquor shall not bo sold in quantities less than a quart and must not be consumed on the premises of the place of salo; dealers in malt liquors must pay tho same license as dealers in whisky, and the bill classes as felonies all violations of local option laws. Tho report of the committee on liquor traffic was unanimous and proponents of the measure declare they will havo a large following in both branches of tho It M. C. 8AUFLEY n camtlilatn for circuit Judge of this, tb Voters registered os Independents will not bo permitted to participate In Am nrennrcd to do roof painting nt tho tho coming Democratic primary to bo lowest postlble prices. Illnck point V per county iiiiam nn liifflKl rnflflntf Mill Jim IMT IHIUarO held in Lexington andFavotto on rubber nnd paper nnd foe per ninrv for on Mav 4. mi (minion metal. J. W. HTKWAIIT, Ron liind, Ky. Standard Oil and tho Housclorganlza- tion got ft black cyo and tho advocates of free crude oil and its products won a signal victory, when an amendment by Mr. Norris, of Nebraska, placing tho Dealer In nnd Mnnufncturvr of insignificant duty of 1 per; centum ad s, valorem on those articles was adopted Mnrblo and Crnnlto Monu-montby a substantial majority. Markers nnd 1'nstt, Cemetery nnd I.nn Vases and riettcos. Olllco nnd works. McIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Klnney, Ky. NOTICEI W. H. LAIR.IHustonvillc, Ky., Hntnddeil n nice line of (1IIOOKU1KH to Hirtlon of hlsMKAT MAIlKKTnndntktn vour ivntronnte. "Freah (loodt nt Ilia Ixiw ett Prices " It hit motto. FOR SALE! A farm on fndlnn Creek, W ncrea, ! mllet from gmdeil school, nt Mlddleburg! m acres In cultivation, rest In timber I good dwelling, bnrnnr.il nlf necessary outbuild. Inga. Kxcellent tolmcco, corn nnd grnst Inmtl good orchard j (nrnt well wnlere,!, i.'nll V. M. PKIIKINK. on ornddrett Harry Jacobs, WLm tft - Mlddleburg, Ky. Should Legislature. instead of Federal tribunals, should first bo appealed to in testing laws passed by State Legislatures was the opinion of a majority of Justices of tho United States Circuit Court of Appeals when a decision was handed down, which dissolved the in- That State courts, junction of the United States Court of Alabama, '.restraining the Atabama Railroad Commission from putting into effect certain passenger and freight rates riots. The body of John Rout was found on in that State. the farm of A. J. Rice near the banks "It was just a fool notion I got from of Dix river. Ho was a brother of reading dime novels," said Daniel W. Lewis Rout, of Somerset, and a half n boy who brother of Mr. Millard Rout, tho Johnson, Jr., the was lodged in the Fulton county jail at Marksbury farmer. The indiAtlanta for having attempted to extort cations are that Mr. Rout was passing $35,000 from Asa G. Candler, prominent by a burnfng tree which fell upon him, banker and Georgia's wealthiest citi- holding him securely to the ground unzen, through Black Hand methods. til all the tree had been consumed by Johnson was a memberof Mr. Candler's the flames Advocate. well-know- Leon Gooch, formerly of this county, fell nnd broke n leg at Somerset. Thomas Overstreet, a Mercer county farmer aged 40, is dead at Bondville. William Head shot nnd fatally wounded Charley Hudson on tho Kentucky 8ldo of Jcllico. Berry Simpson, for whom U. S. Marshals have been searching since tho Christmas day riot at Stearns, went to Covington and surrendered. Gov. Willson pardoned Alonzo Scrog- gins, a Mercer county Negro, who has served a year in the penitentiary for stealing chickens of tho value ofi$l. Jack Layton died at his homo In the Buckcve section of Garrard, after a short illness, nged CO years. He leaves a wife, several children, two brothers, Aleck and John Layton. young Thomas Donovan, a farmer of Shelby county, was struck by lightning and instantly killed. The flash also killed the horse he was riding and another horse he was leading. Jesse Simpson and Harvey Simpson, sons of Berry Simpson, were admitted to $3,000 bail in the United States Court at Covington. Berry Simpson, who gavo himself up, did not ask for bail. He will be tried at Richmond, April 26. Father and sons arc accused of being implicated in the Stearns Mine well-know- n I desire to tell privately my stock of tiro. cerleannd Hardware, twlng n good Will Iniolce nliout f ltXi. Itritsuu Hired liy Dignity Dare, lim. ho hy riiester III henlth. Dan 10, ln by lllnel Hiiitrrel &. he hy King li:o. 1) HOI'PKIt.Htnnfont, Ky. Wlllliim V7. Ittttnm Totnnny tftw.nlso re. Wtnr.xl In Vol. 10. A. T. II. It. Hllll by All- dnlliih MniultrlnoiRIM, h( liy Almont (.111 Knddiun IjuIv Davis by (Jrit l)nls,liy llour lon Uliieij3M nam allium rs oy roreiKii Light, bv Foreigner, liy Iniortcd (llenco; Orchard, Kontucky, Ithdam lift tie O., bvl'unnlniihnm'tt.'opper' bottom. Mh dam hy Imported lluitnrd. It now renuV to serve his old friends nnd to dltcnt rr, Is tbe first horse on record to til credit the honor of defeating withv hopes to make tunny new one. If .sou limn n mule or horse to castrate the work Ills on n progeny inosooi nis ureal sirv, linre.iliilmr no with hit Ilrat crou of for him nnd hnvo It done right. He makes coll eery time they enmo together. Amu n specialty of castrating rldgellngt. Individual thlala n very attractive hone, in lunula high with lots of weight nnd llnlth, Itching Skin Diseases color, Isiy taction extremely high nnd fnt Hhowsfj distinct middle galtt, nil very fast Arc readily cured by Zetno. A liquid nud pleasant. A full brother to tho grent gelding, i'ltif ion, inni torn in years lor for external use. Zcmo give instant M,nuiind to tho grent show mure, Kovy elief and permanently cures any form lor the Dure, Hint won moro premium number of shows thnniiny inure ever tired of Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. Al! by lilunlty Dure. Were It not for two splints coming on Mm Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, he uiiuld easllr lint won the Hlnte s Muddle Louis, Mo. Championship. Tnl horse Itn remit of n lose Med. Co.. St. serjlong nnu cnreiui iiiniiiiK 01 G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. llie couiiirv iiiutrutti. mi- - ihihiiji, nnd Hulls Idunllty. Is as strong m (llbrattnr nnd lilt colli nre rapidly proving hint. Hen I he this horse mul you will 1W well pnld. Ho w III maks the season of nt our atnble, SVt miles from Hustonv llie on the Huston-vlllel.llertr plke.nt 115 to Insure n thing The farm of HO acres, of good blue grass colt. Mares trnded or bred elsewhere ren.on ders eondunt time of tuch transaction. Innd, lying ono mile North of McKlnneynnd the Manlord pike. Improvements Will also ttnnd n mule jack nt i. (trass furnished in nbundniico nt Ii per fencing good; plenty of wnter nnd fruit, mile ncret of 1 ill U' red month. Our personal nttentlon to nil stock AIo 115 McKlnney; hnlf undera ml oneplenty fence; Knstof but will not lie responsible fornccldentt. of wnter nnd good tolmcco land See grow A HON, Huston llle. Ky. K. H. J.A.tilVKNH.Agent. ngcrop. McKlnney, Ky. Almont Dare 3228. A.H.H.U. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. litiil-net- T. F. GROSS, Crab Imv-In- g Ladies Low Shoes In ihk-nii- se Tans and Blacks, light and heavy soles. i i" ,,,., , Billions, Ties And Pumps. $,350, "Ultras' $3, "Brock-por- t" $2.50. They are as good as man makes. . They are pretty enough for the most "Walk-over- s" FARM FOR SALE .t I Chester Peavine 31SI. SEASON OF 1909. We will stand nt my farm near n Preach-ersslll- IlKiCMHTlox amp Hhkkiii.no. Four jenrt old, 15J Immlt, n bright hny with Ivtt of Mine, coniormniion nnu nciion. mreu ny Hex Peiivlne 17W1, he by lle McDonald set. dam Miss Madison sftS, by Chester Flrtt 10. Hecond dnm hy lValne S3. Third Pare dam hy Htouuw-al- l Jncitou It. - e Sunday school class. HUBBLE"! S. M. Spoonamore bought tho Silas Caise mare from Bradley for ?C5. Miss Lucy Spoonamore has been dan gerously ill for some days with a form of heart trouble, but at this writing Dr. Hickle thinks her condition more Mayor Grinstead, of Louisville, an that ho desires to succeed him self but he'll never fill the mayor's chair after his present term expires. A dem ocrat will succeed him and bring Louisville out of the ruts Mayor Grinstead has gotten it in. nounces favorable. B. W. Givens and son, Woolfolk, vis ited his brother at Harrodsburg Sun day. Squire J. T. Roberts and wife have as their guests their daughter and her husband from Brodhead. Hemp is about nil broken in this comB. W. Givens had the largest munity. DuiUNG a wedding ceremony at n yield 1,200 pounds per acre. Dr. Hickthe parson's pocket was pick- le bought a jennet of A. P. Sloan for ed and the $10 he got for tying the knot $30. James McKechnie and a few oth A man with a "ten spot" stolen. ers have sold their lambs to T. W, should keep his eyes open when ha Jones, of Stanford, at Cc. J. S. Mc strikes Hardin county. Kittrick and some others have sold their coming crops of wheat to Banks POLITICAL. Hudson at $1. Bryan addressed the Texa W.J. During the Spring every one would Legislature In favor of a bank deport be benefitted by taking Foley's Kidney guaranty bill. By a majority of 11,463 Frederick Remedy. It furnishes a needed tonic The Alabama Supreme Court has de prohibition law valid, all the juukcs concurring in me upiiuun. 11113 is the second time the court has upheld the Statewide act of the last Legislature and it should settle the matter. clared the yor Krcisman Rebublican, was elected Maof St. Louis John T. Hicks has been appointed postmaster at Lloyd, Garrard county, vice L L. Saunders. Former Gov. Hanley, of Indiana, will be a candidate tor U S. Senator to succeed Senator Beveridge. Lee E. Coleman has been appointed a rural carrier on Route No. 5, at effective May 1. John S. Schnepp, Democrat, was elected Mayor of Springfield, III., defeating Lawrence Y. Sherman, Repub- to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter, and it purifies tho blood by stimulating the kidneys, and causing thera to eleminato the impurities from it. Foley's Kidney Remedy imparts new life and vigor. Pleasant to take. New Stanford Drug Co. If you havo backache nnd urinary troubles you should tako Foley's Kid ney Remedy to strengthen and build up tho kidneys so they will act properly ns u serious kidney trouble may develop New Stanford Drug Co. lican. Judge C. E. Booe, defaulting clerk President Taft tendered to former in tho State Auditor's office, was senSenator Fulton, of Oregon, the post of tenced to eight years moro in prison Minister to China, to succeed V. W. in the circuit court at Frankfort. He Rockhill. had previously been given five years. S. S. Kirkpatrick, a widely known Kansas lawyer, is dead at Fredonia of A tickling or dry cough can bo paralysis. He was a member of the quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no cblo 51th Congress. The Arkansas State Senate passed a roform, nothing unsafo or harsh. bill placing a heavy penalty on persons Sold by Penny's Drug Store. drinking intoxicants on trains in tho Threo prominent Mississippi River State or on station platforms. livee contractors were indicted in the Henry F. Greene has tendered to Federal Court at Little Rock, charged President Taft his resignation as a with working their employes over eight Civil Service Commissioner, to take ef- hours a day on Government work. fect May 1. Charles E. Ellis, in street The committee amendments to tho railway and financial circles at PhilaPayne tariff bill providing for free tea delphia, accidentally shot and killed and removing tho countervailing duty himself. He was 73 years old. on coffee were adopted by the Houec. Frank W. Lyle, who was indicted folFormer Vice President Fairbanks will lowing the failure of the bank of which Bail from San Francisco on May 10 for a he was president at Dowagiac, was trip of ono year's duration to include in found dead in'bed in Chicago. his itinerary Hawaii, Japan, China, tho Tho meeting at tho Baptist church in Philippines, Australia and Africa. Whitcsburg, Letcher county, resulted King Emmanuel of Italy and Theo- in oVer CO additions to that church. dore Roosevelt met on board tho ItalGov. Hadley in u messago to the ian battleship Ru Umberto in Mtwjlna Missouri Legislature declares his opharbor. After tho meeting Mr. Roosu-ve- lt position to Stato-widprohibition. went aslioro and visited tho ruins Floyd Phillips, of Atoka, and Miss of tho city. Bessie Parker, of Danville, eloped to W. A. Poyntcr, of Ne- Jeffersonvillo and were married, braska, while naking a speech in tho J. J. Barrone, of Bowling Green, ofllce af Gov. Shallenberger at Lincoln, died on an Atlantic Coast Lino train at the hearing of the daylight saloon near Montgomery, Ala. bill, was stricken by apoplexy and d(ed May wheat went to $1,241 In Chicago within a few minutes. Wednesday. well-know- n o sllat Anderson the Jack, which has perhaps gotten at many U to Incoltt as any Jack In the county, at f splensure n living colt. Will also stand the Hex, Jr., by IteA did Penvlnestalllou.lted till to Insure n Iteil, he bv Hex Penlnfr-u- t will ho Using Nott. This horse needs no Introduction only n colt. Henumber ofpermitted lu serie county. He lias been llinlteil inarvs. to the people of this nnd before the puhllo since n W. P.(KturA Lit vl Ilr.i.l,. hit thow- record It known tonll; tutllco It to Preachers! llie. ny, he wutthowii nil oer Kentucky last season by O. T. Mnndtdgu nnd met defeat only nfew times. Ilewenturound no horse, t how ed every week ngnlnst nil ages Insweep. stake saddle rings nnd was neer further Imck than second. He It n show horse un- Will mnle the senson of llsV at our stable, der saddle. In harness he lint won unite ii XS mllet from Stanford, on the Stanford and numberof roadster rings. He defented nil ngetnt Nlchohtstllle In big roudsler ring. Somerset pike, at $10I to Insure a tiling colt, lie Is a red sorrel, enrs old, I hands high You ee from his breeding he bus two cross es of Illnck squirrel, two of lVnvlne, two of and a natural saddle and harness horse, lie by Ohes. you nre loosing lor hasplent) ofstleiindiictlon sired ..., ..., ... stonewall juctson. ii fiishlonnhle saddle hnrso blood, here It Is, irr rs,uirrt'l. ie "j v lu.e'i ,'i.iv, by Hlack See him and tee hlmdonnd)ou will breed s. 11. It. he hv IllBck smilrrel W. he(17. he by Kagle 71. he bv King NMIIbun to him. by (lalnet Penuuirk HI, Will sere a limited number of mares nt Washington dam by Hlackhe (i.orce.he by Old HI. 1st fit to insure n IK Ing colt stonewall Jackson, he bv Washington Denmark. and he by imporieu neiigciorii ALL PEAVINE, 2nd dam Mamhrlno Ohlet. Huhject to Iteclster. A Hen retained on all colls until the sciimiii ii in acci This horse Is three senrs old. n red sorrel ji monev Is pnlil. rare taken tu pr any occur ono and as good galled one as dcnts'h.it not restKiiislble should good tliaiKil sou will llnd nnywhere. He Is 18 2 hands Season money due when mare Is traded or high, was show ii all oxer the State last r parleil wliu. W,M.FIKI.IsASOS niidwnsoni) ilelealeo twice uy ttnlllons once under snddlenml om e In harness. Iiefeatetl With timet b his half brother. So you see he hasn't n tmd record as a thow horse. He Is all his nami Implies. Iielng sired by Ilex l'ea Ine I7M. 1st dam b lYa lite sS.Snd Uam bv Wiirp It HarrisSired bv Preston vtt. by Washington A by by John No'cly. lljuu aie by Washington lieiimiirkr.l looklnc for I'eavlne blood here It Is Will CromwellTa, Pence, sired I no. limited number of 1st dam IhibyI job' Pence by byMmoi.t h li permittedio to terxon living con. lor nd dam mares ai i.u insure time anil place will stand two rest zv:i,rl dant by (inrnird I hlef At Mime dapple liavcom good mule Jacks nt (S to Insure a 111 Ing coll. Carroll Preston. These Jacks need no udsertlslng as the) lilneil tlnlllon IWI full, foaled Mas JO. ", hiiemndeseeral teasniisiit this barn nnd weighing l,ii" IK'UUds, full made from end MiMrvfinHkiinsitlii'lrritlli. Sen Ire fee due to end. lie Is made without a fault and It fcM pursaddle stallions on all the nlKiendertlsed stock when mure one of the lines! Is sold, trnded or brill to otlier tlock. Iue that Kentucky has eer lirixlllo.il. He has In all cases when colt Is foaled. no weak points and Is able to go In an v company. This colt Is worth coming lull) s to lt.H..seri)DKIt, McKlnney. see and Is suhjecftu Inspection at any time. Ills tire wnt the champion show hors for s ears, and his dam l!ab Pence wns tli- un iieiiteu show mare fur ) art lu Ktutu k Weclnsslhlscoltnsoneof Kentuck) 't b. st (No. HTM. i stallions. Jiuek-eVol. 17 A. T. 11. It., bred ny 1 Will let him sene n fiw nppfoied maret tieorgetown, Ky. Ashland llnwik was solid bay with tuft hind fool nt Itl to Insure a lit Ing colt. foaled white, stands l.V4 hands high. Man's pastured at t:'t per month but not sired hy silent brook. No I'klllllltKK should accident occur llfiiw, record S:1S, the sire of Margaret responsible y W. O. WA I.K Kit. Stanford. Ky 8:171.,. llathgate, Sill't lleltlo llrook.iUi llellbrook, s;i;4, Jennie lliook. Hi S:l"'. Ijidy llrook, S;.il Klllott Stone, 1:1-- ', and illuming llrook. 2..HI. Silent llrook t by liarknlght.No isin, theslru of S ?:"". lirlglitllght, ?:t'4. and Vnlpi, 4 Stanford, Kentucky. ?:W,. Darknlgnt sired by Alcyone No, tt; record 2:X7. Ashland llruok's ;1st dam lluna Wren by Ashland Wilkes, J.iil record SilT1,, the tint of John It. ieiitr..I.m,I, Sally SBBBBSBBBBE-BBBBBESE- E Asbhind Wilkes sired by Hil Wllket, lil'J. he hy (liorge Wilkes, second dam, side Lilly, hy Pretender, 1IM, 3rd dam by Jim Monroe, n!5. Notk. Ashland llrook It n handsome with lots of substance, hat n liohl wav of going with tpeed, it) le nnd action. His ami oldest crop oi com nre two enrs oki,Unr-int- r they uru nil one could expect, they nil unnil colors with nlentv ol size, mul great style nnd llntth. Ashland llrook will make the present teuton at 1S to Insure a living con. Will nlsostnnd the treat mule and lennet Jack. Hilly Keene, at tin for mares nud S.M lor jeuuevil io insure a iisiiik con. inn Keene was tired by Tom Keene; 1st dam by the linn. Palermo. Aldnm br IajvI Hubble Prince, the sire of Joe lilackburn aim hands, Hilly Keene stands full black, with white polntiunilnt a breeder It uiisuriuisted as mule nrlennvt lack, his coltt up-to-d- ate always bringing the highest prices. Mtret tradeil. parted with or bred elsewhere forWhich hn i1:kc1 it in this marktt tecoiul to nunu. It U hull etroug, pig feits the Insurance nnd money becomes due s. tbe time of tuch transaction. tight, will galvatiizeil and of the wi lluviMiii'r ntccl wire. Call nnd ceo it. particular. Red Squirrel. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Hen-inar- k y-a- Carroll Preston. g PlIREOIMOIL I - d S2 Direct importation from France. The pg 5 very best for eating and t$ medicinal (Q h sliLANDBR00K, l'.. r, B2 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $ .00 Quart. Iji-d- m f& arch-ligh- Dinwiddie PENNY'S DRUG STORE, T6-le- r. &Co. The Amerlean Fence. M Hustonville, Ky., llrlg-noll- 1 KING EAGLE. line ry an of goods. . PUBLIC SALE I li ear-lin- Undertakers and The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension Embalmers. We carCurve. u . (No. 4.) Vol. (t. A. H. II. It Klnc Knulelt Minimis high. dark hay Willi Mowing limn" and lull, goes nil thegnltt with plenty of tHeu, ttjlu and action. Pkiiiiikkk. Hired by Itoynl King. 'SiA. he by Do Time, 715, bu by Stonewnll Jackson, 72. Itoynl King's 1st dam Mollhi Mount, UMI.wut bv the noted slru Calilxdl' taxing-ti- ll F. H. King Kaghi't 1st dam Hip, :07U, thebv Kagle lllnl, toll he by Old King by Sddaiu hy Ited l.lon. 3rd dam Ilarrlt' Peumurk. he hy Miller's Denmark, IV Itllduni by Jim Hell (thoroughbred.) Notk. King Kagle It it combined stall on. a breeder of line colonel ami high sly lid colts, they till having sle, style and action. He sired the volt that won the '' stake ut the Stanford Fulr.uiid the tlnistukeat defentlmz heie four of the net of the great Ilex I'eavlne, Tills get uf King Hagie's wassecouiiiu me .ii tuikeai iiarrousiiurg with 51 entries and defeated the colt that won this stake two out of three shows. Hit colttnrit In demand, bring the highest prices. King F.agli will make the present season at tin low iirln of lift to Insure n living colt Wilt ul so stand llie ureat mule Jack. Jim Keene. at $11) for limn s and ttf) for Jennets to Inline n Hi lug colt Jim Keene, sired by the great HUH Keene, 1st dam lit the Imp, John Wells Suit ilum lu ihether Jim K cue Is l.V, hands high, black with white points. n great mule jack. All of the above mentioned slock will make the seusou of ll iu ut our stulile t nine iMuresin niuiiiorii un iiiv nneiiiy I'liy esi plku. tradid, iiartid with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and money Iscomes dim at the t line o such transaction. For further InforniatUm call imor address H. T. II AltUIS A 1WUT. WOODH, l'houe 71, King .'). Hlunford, Ky. Ijui-cast- Somu intfcrtting pricw fur next !10 tiny. See tho Poultry Kenco c have. .. f Desiring to change my location, I will on WKIiNKHDAY.APHIli Htli.lUKi, At my home lu Preachertvllle, Ky., sell at public outcry the following personal prop erty. g I milk cowiind call. 3 milk cows, 1 heifers, steer calf, t brood mares, tiller. I in (mil to lack. 1 three.s eu horse, Ixitli by Slltcr King; 3 to-- J mule, well broke: 1 lumiHts: four-- i tar-olhorse mules: I comcoming three- mar" mule; mu hales of ing good hay. lot of baled straw, I wagon; t buggies and harness; 1 mowing machine; some plows unit plow- gear and many other things. Alto one Jack for sale. He Is i hands high, i years old, sired by Hlack Ololld, ho by Tom Keene, has lieeil u good breeder. triul and Itsamu lime and place olfor my 1 will ut of 173 acres. Thlsproperly Ittltualt-dlfarm Preachers! Hie, Lincoln (louuty, Kentncki, this und Is one of the most deslruble farms lu post locality i near church, school houe. and oltlce.fs well walered, DliiUesl'reek running through the farm. About Suucicsof ImiIIoiii laud und us good lis thvcoiiuty alfords buth liemn and tulsicco having Uvn riilsul on the hind, A good dwelling house on this farm of 7 rooms, a goisl cellar made out from house, n good Mne.lanl andIU orchard, feet to stock barn, lobacco Imru holds 7 ens andhouse, on lures ofoftolmcco, Also is rooms. This farm, tenant cash lurid will li sold lor cash or mt and remainder luonc and two cars ntrj per. cent, per annum with lieu. Terms on property made known on day of tale. tonal Sale begins at lu o'clock a.m. Any one desiring to look at the property will call ut this farm. J.K.1IOI.TWI.AW. (Jupt. Am llourne, Auct, 1 1 ear-ol- d 1 d car-old two-hors- e - GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. G. Riffe, McKinney, Lincoln Bonds for Sale! Undertaker. I'roiiipt ami Klllck'iit H.'rt let Day orNlillit. 4 Per Cent. AnnuMlly. iiuui-rtiit- 8emi- - PENCE, JR. IViuv, Jr., will miili) thr ti'asou of lldu at liarn of tin' lull John ',. riixHiiiamori. H mile from llitulninl.at lu to lusiiri' u IUIiik roll. If marf It trailiol or mirlwl Willi, t lit ltt ouii-thli- d . IViuv, Jr ,lay stallion, (I yi'iirt old, full ID luimls IiIkIi. koihI slylt'aiulai'tlon,liy l'i mi', Imliy Itli'osl.lii l.V llclniout, Im liy Alixitu-iter'- s Alslallali. l'i in1'' s 1st ilnm by Almont Korri.l, 3ml ilam i'v tiarranl ttliii f, itnl ilam ' (Iri'y Ha(l, till ilam li lloniivrl'Ottom. I'lMK'K. Jr 's 1st ilam liy l.l Harlow ttlb, by Oastclar llstf, last liy Volunliir U. IM Mar-low1st ilum liy Wobuiu, mil Uam liy a Mauilirlno liorto, ,lnl ilum hy Mauilinno Missi'imir. lVnci'.Jr sml ilam hy Hill's Vfrmuut. lVni'i'.Jr 's coltt aiall sIiomIuk upulci'ly mul llii'jr h'ur proof of lilm us u hri'i'ilur, moiitli not rrtxin' Muri s gruiiil at II slbltf for ncclilontt or ritaiws tliouhl any occur, mum y Ik'coiiii s iuh. lr OKO.HI'OONAMOUK A UltO., ItonluliU. (in HATI'ltllAY. Al'ltll, 10. I'juii. at 1 lioiiso oYlock I M.. Ill front of tlio iloor lu HUiilonl, l.liioolu county, Ky., tint u iomiiussiomrsHiii tun iiipuii' llu outcry to lliu liluliKst lilililers Him lanuls of snlil county to th iiinouut uf Iftf) for llie iurMitoi crui'iiuu a ni'W lu tulil count). HulU IhiiiiIs will IhiIssuiiI In Horli's "A" of lo,ui Hirer korli't. noil I'ouslstlnuof SOIhiiiiIsoI tvn cacli, iluo ami uiyulili lit lu inrs from May 1, lUiu, Willi tin) lirltlli'itu of Kill t'inliitt 111 7 J'nrs. II" of llOin, conslsllnu of ilonils of Is" mii'Ii. iluo anil iiayulilu lu M years Horn May I, I WW, Willi llio prlvlk'KO ot lu Id iiii s, H'rii"('" of II5,iiil. contlttlllt! 111 m (Minds of 9) yiurs of Vi cacli, tln iiiiU itayablu lull Willi tint prlilli'tfo of from May I, In I5) art, Hatil IhiiiiIs will U told on Alirll 10, IniD.at I I', M.uuU will lt IstuvU uuil Iwar lutirctt fiom Istiluy of May, Ilam, with lutvietl at 4 wr cent., pa)ublu (I ll.(looiir,J.H.(lwtltiy, Jr., ami V. H. llu rili, t'uminlsslonrrs, court-liouso lo-l- ll, npy ( 10 For n extra fino .liecr India Linen, Cents HO It Is Not Enough onlj 10 centa. to limply 5 Cents Per yard for Per yard knowl- 3 n Incli, a MJc value, all beet Calicoes IMue, Ital, Grey, Black and White. 10 For a h Cents Cents " ttate our Spring stock is now in and quanity and variety ii above 5 Cents for good quality Apron Gingham. par. Tlio most interesting question is, "How nltout the price?" India Linen. Ixioks like linen Inwn wlicn washed. Our long experience in buying serves us well anil wc aro offering many items much'lowcr tlinn others ask. s edge of modern merchandising. prices. Head our ads. 10 Wo give you the lcnofit of this Let us prove this statement. lO Per pair For for Hoys' and Girls' Cents For a good quality whlto linen finish suiting. "Whit Leather" Stockings. Get our lO Cents Tcr yard lor n price 15c. '20-inc- h We keep you oted. We navo you money, 25 Cents Hoys' and Girls' "Last Forever" guaranteed stockings. One pair guaranteed for one month; '2 pair for two months; so on to C pair for six Way or Hrown Linen lor Coat or Suits. Unusual Sj)ccial price 10c. months. SEVERANCE The Interior Jo.urnal. BrANFOiiD, & SON. Mon Mow " STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin mm New kid nlovoa. Wo fit them. & Son. Sever-nnc- o See my lino of wagon and buggy harness. Kv., - A rim. '., 100 Ix8T, In Stanford Wednesday, a gy rug. Leave at this office. bug- J. C. MrClary. Stop nt W. II. Hkrulns' next I i ft I'. For Rent. After May 23rd corner Handkerchief linens for wnlsta In suite of rooms In I. O. O. F. building FlNB lino of Keel. Poles, Lines and tate. L. II. Hughes, Stanford. plain, stripe and check 25c to SI. Sev- Very suitable for lawyer's offices. Ad nil other Fishing Tacklo at Penny a For Sale. -- Child's portablo play erance & Son. Drug Store. jaccnt to county court rooms. Now oc house Apply to Claiborne C. Walton. Change of program Monday, Wed- cupied by J. N Saunders. Apply to J, PERSONALS. Try a bottlo of Maplcinc. It makes nesday and Friday of each week at the W. Ireland, Mgr. D. C. E. Tatk was in Lebanon this two gallons of maple syrup. Geo. Mr. Thcatorium. G and 10c. Because her husband came home in Hopper. week Wanted, a small amount of fencing an intoxicated condition, Mrs. David Miss Mauy Hughes is with friends you will greatly enjoy hear- done. None but those who know their Coat, of Evansvillc, Ind., it is nlleged, at McKlnney. bass solo, "Tho Res- business jiecd apply. This office stabbed him fatally In the lung with a Ulch- - ing Mr. Ireland's Rev. T. W. lUnKEit was at urrection." sharp caseknife. IIIOUU iUl'BUHJt Kcoh for sale from Red hens, Wild SAUKLEY, of this ofL & N. will run a secial train Mallnrd ducks and Toulouso geese. Mrs. The Mil. H ItOWAN Prevention those Candy Cold Cure to Louisville Sunday at $1.70 for the W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. fice, is quite sick. Tablets- - will safely and quickly check The nRod Mrs. Minerva Cobb Is very round-trip- . all colds and tho Grip. Try them once ill with pneumonia. Sold by I'ennys Drug Rest line of wall paper and mattings ford Water, Light & Ico Co. for fail nnd seel wife passMn. A. G Faulkner and Btoro. wo have ever carried. Prices right. ure to make reports to the auditor. ed through to Corbln Tuesday. Trlbblo &. Pence. Mrs. 11. L. AuiniGUT, of Rowland, Call in and see my splendid lino of FINE FARM IN GARRARD C0UN is confined to her bed by illness. With county court and horso show panta and TY FOR SALE ! Sheliiy Is on a prospecting day Monday they will be here from tho Spring and Summer suitings, fastidious MR. Ike vests. I can please the most ate. trip through tha lead mines. Ilcttcr join the crowd. A One blue grnss (arm for sale situated on II. C Rupley. visited MCROHERTS new iilkt- near Point Iemcll nnd tlx inllca MARY MISS i acres, Kin til of Uiiicniter. contHlnlliK S. C. llrown LegFor SALE.-P- uro friends at Versailles and Ankle strap slippers are tho correct U..II l.wit...l lii i.iw.ft nnl f.lilirttrwt.1 l.iltirr Lexington, is horn eggs. Improved laying strain. low shoe for spring. We have them in I uirl ( the jolill Wulknr truct, Kltlin linnd- MRS. S. E. Rick, of rvmuonce miih,' new, two iory B.en-roo(Ky. Vici, Tan and l'atent. Infants to ladies. inurion, villi nil iieemMiry uuibuiiuinctnmi with her sister, Mrs. L. M. Goodnight. Mrs. It. L. Ilerry, Hustonville, rimmI, new lliio. Well wiilered, tx rings. IloURN, of Lancaster, I'honc 83-Severance & Son. Miss AtXKEN iirxrr fitlUht; iprliiKu unit creek running through. Is with her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner. There will bo a meeting of tho StanTkkmh. ', en fill In liiiml, tmtnnce nn.i nnd will be an unusual treat to listen It Adam Pence, little son of Mr. and ford Hop Club nt Cummins & Wcaren's UiijiiiM from titty of U'tirlnK U per to Miss Em Smith's violin numbers at runt Intercat until pulil nl, Walker, continues very ill. Mrs. W. O. store Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. Geo. the Christian church IYronii looking! for hiicIi place pWn- - virile Her seV. . Walkkii, Htiinford. Mrs. James Merhiion. of Lebanon D. Florence, president. or nee lections are especially suited for church Junction, is with her mother and sisters Foil Sale. At a very low figure tho recitals. here. of Uarboui-vill- e, Jones resturant. A splendid stand and James I). Juioe The wifo of Major Tombs died at her Vol.11. was here on legal businoss yes- good chance to mako money. For par- home on Green River Wednesday and Clinmplon ft pitted hiUIIc ftnlllon of Hughes, Stanford. ticulars see Ii. R. Kentucky fairs nl terday. was laid to rest yesterday afternoon af- mill nlxi Wliinlni!Iiiitm;nil the nt Murrain N. Y., tunw nl the Miss Susie TiioMrsos. of ML Millinery Opening. I will have my ter brief services by Mr. J. C. McClary. Ht. IxiulnMo.. nnd Kntimial'lty. Mlrrd liv Wiikhlnxlon, No. M. Is with her sister. Mrs. L. R. Klrnl tin in Hi II. Iiy UliiHliTlcL. No, 101. Spring and Summer millinery opening She was a good wife and mother. Hitniiil iliini l) Hughes. Saturday. April 10. All the ladies arc He horM ulth Just received n car of Webber Wag- fine Is n tiroun T.v high1M4 linniN Ithli:hUftcleg-- t In Miss Ameua Coulter, of Tulsa, invited to attend. Mrs. T. F. Grois, l le nnd notion ons, also we have on hand HoosierCorn ton more nUiut htm nn the iH'ople of thW aunt, Mrs. J. T. Okla., is with her nnd llin iiillolnlni; roiintl''" kmi hi record Crab Orchard Drills, Disc Harrows and other farming im n ithow huntf nnd nlo for breeding our- Rlngnman. lmis-villSee us before placing MM'I, will iiinke the fllon of I'.'V, nt my For Rent. -- Four nice rooms on first implements. He Mr. J. J. Otter and wife, of his brother, Mr. floor in the D. S. Carenter property your order. ColTey & llishop, More-lan- ktnlile III I'riili Orchard. K.. nnt the renxin-nlwere guest of In luiiire IlKUreof IhlllK roll. Recently repaired and in Hustonville. Will keep mures on t;rn ut IS per month, J. II. Otter. hut will nol ! nopmiKllile for nccldeul or Call on or write to C LeComite. of Frankfort, in good condition. mure Ik Mrs. II. nion Indue Mr. R. II Goddakd phoned us from eciip of fttock. H with, or lirtdIf to other Cictraded or parted Mr. Carpenter. is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrodsburg yesterday that he would Mock. 1IAII.KY. ero Reynolds. on have, his great trotting stallion, Red I have moved to my store-roorub Orchard, Ky. Miss Dora Pence left Wednesday to East Main street and am prepared to Leaf, on exhibition here Monday. Don't visit her sister, Mrs. W. J. Dozier. at do plumbing and tinning. fail to seu the great siro of championHattiesburg. Miss. Come in and see the best roofing on ship winners. t, Mr. Samuel Hastin. of Eist MnhoKony Ikij. 16'4 bnnda high, height the market. W. K. Warner. t.al piMiudi. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ladies, como nnd let us make you an S.iMind rnckh iHrlcctly omul. Trotted In lut. linn lledlMluct On account of thu Southern Etectric-a- l Easter hat. One of our firm, who has Itlim Hiring hore from coll to present lialta. dale. J. 0. Rastin, at Kwell. and Industrial Exposition in Louis- been in thu East for several seasons, Nc.c rdefculcd In modi I ring except hy his Su., of Uxuig-toHon. J. S. Owsley, two colts. Oef.uted Sfhend In model ring son, ville, tho L. & N. will aell round-triColts irj has returned and wo are now better nl Ilnrrodidiurg. Intelligent. kind to brink spent several days with his Ureal breeder nnd manually tickets to that city at $3.00 on April 12, prepared to give you the most for high itcllon colts, ltr.nl uniform breedJudgo J. S. uMcy, jr. er. nccr got n orrc( coll Ills colt lint In and little Miss 15, 17, lit, 22, "A, good returning 20. ideas. Misses VanDoveer. Mr. John Downer slake ring for J 36 nt ilnrrodshurg, iMft. Hiickllngcolt llrst In hnrnets ring nl Ktnte Mildred Downer, of Cincinnati, were Fair, llh. (Aol his colts iierngiiig;,, i ars The odvocatu says that tho Matrons TuesThe fiscal court was in session sohl for mcriige price of fill. Imparls high here the first of the week present nt the day nnd considerable was shoulders long, lupcrlng necks mid good business f l,, stan" from Danville who were Manauer II. F. Rut". of itWw In Huston, Hie Masons transacted. Tho county levy was fixed he. tlstomi is in the banquet given by the Stanford nt Into Insure a lltecolt or 13. the season. ford Water. Light & Ice Co., t. Monday night had a great time and re- at 50c ami poll $1 50. Of the 50c two Monej for eaon due nl time of first dignity Hare Is too ell known to mountains making ico contracts. cents will go toward paying tho ex- make further mention oi him nvctssnry. Danville, will port tho lodge tieru as in a most Dr. 0. 11. Fallis, of Illgnll 1'a re was newrdelenled In n herd condition. Eas-te- r penses incurred in building tho new ring. bo one of the tenor singers at the (Iran furnished nt IJAi per month. Unre Mr. S. K. Dudderar was toSpelling Match -- The Ladles' Aid court-houstaken to prev nl accidents nnd escapes hut Recital at the-- Christian church supervisor of turnpikes and not responsible should any occur. Society of the Uaptist church at Crab night. Mares mined, M. Bright was elected to suc- to another horsetraded, parted with or hied Mr. W. makes sen Ice money due, Miss Rachel Allison has come from Orchard will have n spelling match at riioneln resilience. Corrtspondence soweeks' absence too church there Saturday evening nt ceed Mr." W. II. Wearen as treasurer. licited D.H.CAIlI'r.NTKIl, IfustonMlle. Cincinnati after several Hotel. -- at 7 o'clock. Admission, 10c. Go and and is again at tho Phcenix Sale op Hank Stocks. On Monday, try your hand and see howVeil jou can April 12th, 1909, county court day, beLexington Herald. Mil. C. C. GOOCJI. of Waynesburg, do. tween 1 nnd 2 P. M wo will sell public 1.V2 hands, foaled In brtd hy O A. l was hero Wednesday returning from. yard in Stanford 15 IMVcll. Daiullle, Ky. Trotted it mile In TRULY Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Craig ly in court-hous- e :ll)ltli three Kteks' handling. Hired liv he has been under tho Louisville where aro passing under the rod of atlliction. shares in National Hank of Hustonville, Umubeltil Wilkes IttJ, S:lu'., Mn S:U7 )Hit, 10 Silfj list, M In the In :IU list, 41 list, treatment of in optician. During the holidays they were called on 10 in Lincoln County Nntional Bank and JlSIn thtii:.'J In list. (Inind slreof aw trotters valued patron MR. W. M. IlliOWN, a with records of to givo up a sweet little daughter and 20 In McKinney Deposit Bank. The nnd pacers great grand sons IsS:;m or Utter. Wayne county Ono of his rn illtcd with of the I J., is up from was torn from Huitonvlllo bank pays a 10 per cent, 11 lH'rforniers.and his descendants In S:3U Mr. J. D. Ends. Monday afternoon a Bon list, nil told, lire now uhout DTiiln number. Ilaugh-mahis father-in-laC. Cash, with on them. The bright little fellow was just dividend, the others Istdiiiu l'lnk Htnrtle by Mnnibrliio Htartlo He will have a Rood bunch of cattle Harris and Hagin, adm'rs. J. F. isui.slreof lOnnil tlaius of SZ.Incliidlug and was named for his fatha year-olKony Curd:UT, C'liesley S:l nnd the market here Monday. and Watt er. Ho was ill for a very brief period Cash. others. Squires James McKechnie 2nd dam Martha, by I.yle Wilkes o'.V, tire lurch but from the start tho physicians gave W.h. Duddorar. County Attorney in Louisville S.l"'4, John Under a reasonably good picture of of 7 and dams of Ilesslt, 21 Powell aro S:tv;4,Ollng i:ll', and others and Mr. promiso purine of purchasing heating out no took placeof his recovery. The Pohco JudgoE. S. Gooch, tho Somer- T.ilrddiuu KlUa, by Imp, lluckden, for the In Iluffalo Cemetery set Journal says of tho gentleman: burial llevcr will make the present season nt the new court-housapparatus the stable of James McKechnie near Hub4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon after a J. U. Heck and familv, ofa Hus- at remarks at tho grave by Rev. J. "Judgo Gooch is an original Lincoln ble at flu to Insure n I.lug colt. Dr. vat few tonville. arrived Saturday for countylte, but llko most of tho good LEADER. frlendi. The Dr. L. Yondell. Every heart in this com- timber which cornea from that county, At the snmi) time and place I will stand, wlthrcWivs Mrs. Bee k an d munity goes out to Dr. and Mrs. Craig the black lack formerly owned by returned yesterday but ho has 'mado good' during tho many M. II. Kulumks. lie Is n line liidlldunlnnd children will remain aomo In their great trouble, and many an years ho has resided in Somerset. For lila colls speak louder than words of his qualities us a breeder. This will Im his third Journal. Corbln, has earnest prayer has found Its way to tho the past three years ho has been on season. $10 for mure mule $7 for horse mule. MRS. Kaiilbs CokfeY. of J. K. McKKe'llNlH, Hubble, Ky. J. 0. anil throne of grace asking their deliverance tho bench a police judge of this city, been visiting relatives hero. night on a Monday sorrow. from further FjshRinehartleft and all have had fair chances to judgo Mr. prospecting trip to Now Mexico. Crab Monday night was a gala occasion him as he is. Judge Gooch is a jolly family Is visiting in Rlnoharfa I'kiikikkk, Hired byH. T. Harris1 King their by Orchard and they expect to make benti-ne- l. with tho ancient iiml honorable lodge of good fellow and la very popular in this Kagle. Vol. n.A.H. II. It. No. Ml, he by IloulKlugM. heby On Time. 7,5. he town and county." home In Dcming.-Lon- don future Freo and Accepted Masons. Tho Htonewall Jiukon,7i. Iloynl King'. 1st dniii i. Molllo Mountz Sihl, was by the of tho meeting was tho conference Wright. -- Mra. Joseph E. Wright t'abls'U's Uxtngloii, K, H.King noted sire, Kngles.lst Mason. died at her home in tho Shelby City dam llli:Li;u, she by Kagle lllnl iuU.hu by of thu subliino degree of Master LOCALS. i.itl viuu r.uKte ns, nts otiiii it.ii i.iuii. uitihe & Much interest was centered in tho section of this county Monday after a dam by Harris Iienmark.Hell, by Miller lenThoroughbred. nudum by Jim Clothes French cleaned. Cook of thu fact that Mr. II. brief illness. Her little baby, only a mark 15; r.UKie. jrs.. 1st iiniu was amine ivillg Farmer. , G. Sandifer, one of tho best qualified few hours old, died at the same time lii'enlKili.slie bvOld llreiinoii.'inildiiiul'oi) m per Hutlom. iinii;ruus Isics to lliuy Ciockctt, Moving pictures every night nt the Masons in the State, assisted or rather and they were laid to rest in the same NnlK -- Klnir hai;le Jr . Is four sears old. Ui with oiieuhltuliliidfiMil.ulcuinauti thu work w ith tho aid of his coffin in tho Junction City cemetery dark tall, stands full lilS hands high, weight, conducted Theatorium. itinl splendidly drilled corps of coworkers. Wednesday afternoon after serviced at Uiisuiw linn wen proportioned eiery wu. W. A comlilned stallion with lilellt of snetd. IK you want n pony rig, call on A magnificent supper was enjoyed at thu Christian church ut that placu by style und iictlou. and his colts show Hint he II. IUgglns. Deceased was Is a splendid breeder He will make the six o'clock, where Eld. J (J Montgomery. tho Colfey House at of lUViituiy burn, one mile West of Miss Nancy Reynolds, a sister of Mr. Wiisnesburg See now lino linen wash auita ut plates wcro laid for 75 guests. There W. A Reynolds, tho Junction City sure a living on Fishing t'luekut IO In Incoll. wero visitors from Danville, Lancaster, druggist, und was u splendid young .Mures tram u. ptirteti Willi or ured elseHughes, Martin & Go's. where without my consent forfeits the Inwoman. ML Vernon, Crab Orchard, Hustonville, For years eho hud been u surance, and the money U'coinesdueiit such Fifteen patterns in new atrlpo lin- McKlnney, Preachersvillo nnd other ad- consistent member of thu Christian transaction. Dure will be tnkeii to iraeiit and was greatly admired by u accidents hut nut rcsiuuslblesnoulduiiy ocSon. ens. Severance and jacent points. Lincoln Lodgo No. 00 church of friends. Much sympathy is cur. legion rnone in lesldcnce, Va)iiesburg particular, try Dcnham'a worka together in tho spirit of fratern- felt for tho husband, brother and sisKxcUunge. If you nro ity, peace and harmony prevails and ters and others who knew and loved the O.d.l'AI.IWKI.I.AHON. and Rex coal. Yards at Stanford It, V. V. No. 4, Wuj nesburg, Ky, Godly woman. good is being done. To-nigWcst.-Advocn 3 Wanted, to loan $1,800 on real es- day and sco tho Improved Wood ing machine. The Ladies' Aid Society are busy today decorating tho Christian church for the Easter recital and that insures the decorations will be as hrtistic as the music is inspiring. Linen wash Suits. rec- We have just received a beautiful lino of Linen Wash Suite. These suits nro in nil colors, beautifully trimmoil anil the nicro fact they ore made by the "Queen Skirt Co." is sufficient ommendation for tho very latest in Styles, Quality A'c. fit nnd price. of Goods, We invite your inspection and guarantee quality of goods, ' HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., lrn Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. PRESTON 922. Ken-tuck- ). n, e, d. il f J.. DIGNITY DARE1982. Hern-stad- n, p ter-Me- pros-lcro- THERE'S NO EXCUSE. When clothes are as pood nnd ns moderate ou should lie well dres-ein price as they aro with lit--, there's nothing but blame for you if you don't dress well, not extravagantly mind you, not expensively, just decently, that's nil. It wont cost you much to fit out with us. Take our 817.50 Spring Suit as an instance. You oouldn't have clothes made to your order, which would fit you any better, or any thut would have more tailoring iu them. Or do you prefer coat and trousers with fancy vert? Ii to, you will find us with au excellent assortment. Come in nnd advise with us. d. REVERSA 47162. !.. W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. d tlmc-Som-- erset King Eagle. Jr., ob-je- by Hugh Held Foster, will iniiko theienion nt lu;to Hlietlniiilouy,Sslncheiitiill.owiud sbuid InsureiitlMiigeoll. Hels by i.n liniwrlwl Hiny that cost l.l In the Hhetland tli und Ureganled by hnrsenieii u the t pony In Kentucky, defeating nil miners n.., the cuus uuui is . ...t.t ,r ,,..i.. . v. show ring Itl iwii. 1.1011 reiiiiiicuiiiiuu um- .1. " " " bred elsow Hero loricii, insuruuce uiin monej DOCK CRAY, dllllf. It. ! ji., fiirin. riirtl r.H. A WORD TO YOU CHESTER I S. sen-so- ' Mir-me- Hue oi lounccu, uuiu .sutiiini lieller f.,r niiifikliit mill chew mr nnd Pressed e.. i.i OhewlngTobucco, thun I now oiler. Orders solicited lurougn our juuoer or unti v Hill 11. lcscriuito pried iiss ihuiiiiii; on iippllcatloii. It. H. M AUTIN, JiiuctloiLt'lty, Ky. iimeitiliep thH old stnndbv bruudfl "Frleudshlii Twill," (Old Iliodhead) "Old Kentucky lluuio "uu -- jiiuBurBssuouici, son ol IMiester lure will make tho Innll ttie tlnio I liaoU'eiilnthi tolsicco This i.,,Kines.iier uieursI liae ueer olTer present season ulI"I' H. L'HriH'iiter1lug studio In roll. iiiiiiiufaclurer lo oiler u lluitoin tilt ul J to Insure u lit ed nor knew uii) iii AM) PKllIIIKKK lie Is Is tltsH'KUTIO.N black with slur In forehead, la bunds high, Willi ull tin stjlcund finish charm terlsllo of tho Chester Dure fatnll),K good nctlng horstundu proven lire. tier. Heo hliuheloru booking )our inures If ou lire looking for a good breeder nl llWngprUe. Hired by t)hr-te- r Dure, 1st duui by Teli gruph. Imldaiii hy Hippy b Muiubrluu Ohlef, JNO.ll. I.YNN. iluitoiivllle, Ky, V, L. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Jamea Lawwlll was killed by lightUndertaker, ning In Mason county. Mt Salem. Mrdertdinhe.Pol'Ogkeat Stanford at A Maysvltlo Arm shipped several car Prompt and Kfllclcnt Hervlce Day or Night Meorvd-cfo- ti matter. loads of wheat to West Virginia which netted $1 35. For Sale. CO bales of good timothy Si N. TITHE and 100 of clover hay. Mrs. P. B. Bar Draft Stallion, at $10 to Iusuro a LivNo.ll.Honth.II'.IrtP. K. ing Colt. nctte, Mustonvillo, Ky. No.SS.HOIItll.lllrtl A M. No.jl, North, 4: A. m. Monto Fox bought of W. T. Kobln Also n good Mulo Jack at tho same Bi:i7 P. M. No. It. North, No. 57, 10:17 A. x. prico and on samo conditions. son CI fine fat cattlo for Joseph Stcrm & Company, of Now York, nt Cc. M. S. HauohmaN, Stanford, Ky. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. For Sale. Ono red yearling short horn bull and one fresh Jersey, n fine CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! The Truth butter cow. A. W. Carpenter, More suf- land, Ky. I can furnish tho public with tho licit, as Every person in this city who is well as the frvshest of cut (lowers, plants of Congressman A. 0. Stanley made an all kinds, bulbs, potted (lowers, on short fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand notice. Also earnest plea In tho House of Rcprcsen for for funeral make a specialty ut wreaths rufi or any form of skin or scalp purposes. I have- nil In can find relief and be permanent' tatives for the removal of the tax on kindsconnection with the above, reasonable of vegetables on hand at ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi leaf tobacco. prices. OHKIHTMAN HKKKN HOUrtKH. In December last Milton Young, of external use. All durgcists sell ZEMC Klllll'HIIAIIII, 1'KMIt. Htanford, Ky. Lexington, bought 320 acres of land In PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Alberta, Canada, at $17. Ho sold it GOODS. this week at $29. Record breaking crops of tobacco and Koaletl May MPM. black w It h white points, hemp will be cultivated In Boyle county IS 1 hands. Hired by Wonder 7fl. he by Dig 1st dam Surgoon Dontist, this year. Mr. M. J. Farm will plant Tom, he by llelknaji.JuiuU). I'heuault Jennet M by Imported Will make the season of 1KM at mjr farm J - KENTUCKY. 100 acres of hemp. STANFORD, miles from Hustonville on tho lllnckplkcal I will be in Stanford Monday, court Vi for le nncts ami 110 for mares, to Insure. I will also stand several other Jacks tit 111 Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in day, with a load of Pure Boone County for mures. Also several stallions at 110 to White Seed Corn; $1.25 per bushel. Insure a ll lug colt. (Irass furnished at tho Owsley Building. per mouth. Jennets or mares parted with Walton E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. forfeits thn insurance, and makes season Now high records were made for tho money due. J. K. HAUOHMAN.Ky, Huston llle, bisures Tobacco and Tobacco Reason in the New York cotton market on activo general buying, with May larns. Dorscy Golddust, 12052. contracts selling at 9.79 and October at The Interior Journal. Thomas Wilkinson, FOR SALE 1 power lxiller and engine and saw mill for sale. Will sell either or both. On as. Ky. rostotneo, Wayneabilrg, Ky, '"try '3 pZSz- t- THBLE GEORGE HUR, DEITS COLLECTED. Wo collect notes, claims and accounts In any part of the United Hlntes. No charges unless collected. Uollectlohs promptly remitted. Try us. IIOYDHOOLLKCTIONAflKNOV, Monierset, Ky. OfQ 5 fc.S's ' t i aaaasaV VO Ss A M wAi 5'S,-5- 5 Tht Jottph Prlca Sanatorium, North Lancaster Htrect, Wis tS tanford, Kontucky. , ? ej S-- dls-cas- - For Treatment of Diseases of the Ke, Nose, Throat, Knr, (lenlto-l'rlnarHrctal .Organs, Ncrv ous Hysteui and Htirgery, MASONS' MEET. Lincoln I .oil bo No. in V. A. M.wlll meet In stated colillllllllli'atlnll on inch nrst and third Monday nights of each month, at 7:) n clock In their hull on Main street, Htum ford.Ky. Menitiors of sister lodges are frn present, (I. I IVnny ternally Ins Itcd to W. MT. W IVniilngton.Hctf. co 2 -.- - o A. S. PRICE, CHOICE B u - 't o O - I 0a S li 11 x Notice Poultry Ralssrs ! Now Is Hie time of year to feed our fowls n good Ionic, cures Cholera, (lanes, Itoup, canker and l.lml-'rnei- k, when fill as a preventive It not only keeps ihem healthy o'laiultry. Price M c.ints. no cure, no nnr. guaranteed by your druggist. Oeo. 1 . I ,'liuj , try It under ino guarantee, Askfor booklet oil diseases but makes them lay. 3 gO i r ' sS-c.--P T Nothing But Insurance). 9 55. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Itcstdenco Phone 84; Ofllce, PS. Insure with me and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox Ji a handsome, large young Jersey Hull, deof scended from h long mitl unbroken lino the most noted hulls find rows on the Island o( Jersey England and America. Ills aire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported and his dam Is a show cow that hns given ft.", pounds ot rich milk In ono day. It you begets I.I We or the Likeness of some Ancestor" and have n strictly good cow, you should avail yourself of his service. He will be allowed to servo a limited number of npproved, registered cows outside of our own herd this year, for n fee of S3 each. Make engagement before sending after several UKII) AOTTKlt, cowto lie bred. He leaves a father, mother and several Htanford, Ky. Telephone . N. B. We hae to offer three extra choice brothers and sisters to mourn his loss. bull calves that will be sold at right prices. Less was a good boy and loved by all who knew him. After short services at the church by Rev. J. A. Singleton, You can find our Htnndard Kemedy, the the remains were taken to Double blood nndllvermedlclneet known, freatest of Ilheumntlsm, Halt Kheum, Kid- Springs cemetery and laid to rest by ney Trouble and nil diseases arising from the order of Maccabees. Impure blood 11 has no tiual. It Is under the miro food act of June . A sad accident occurred here Monday. IfW.and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the itemed)- - is taken according to directions While working on the ditching-traiat and If he or she is not henetlted by the use of the lleinedy we will refund jour money. this place, Marion Williams was instant"We can do nothing more. Kneh package contains 3 noses wim n regiswren gunraii-teean- d ly killed and others slightly wounded, malllngcnrd wlthfulllnsfuctlons. among whom were Melvin Caldwell and We send it to anv address bv mall on re The burial of Mr. ceipt of per packago or six packages for Arthur Singleton. n laat-- in to. iseiieroriiem noxio-uatime you might saw a big doctor's hill. Williams will take place at Kingsville Ilerueiuberlf )ou take the Kemedy accord- Wednesday. He leaves a wife and ing to Instruction" and are not benefited, you get your dollar back. You will not three children to mourn the loss of find the remedy In drug stores for sale. It la sold only ty our duly authorized agents. devoted husband and father. UKITIIKN WILLIAMH, Agent. D. Eads & Sons had their beautiful saddle stallion, Black Joe, in town n Morgan. Wednesday and he attracted a great The dam of Ztlcnill (iolddiist was by an tmp.Arablan Htalllon Zltescll. deal of attention. He is one of the ThedBtnof Itorsey Clolddutt Is Florence good sons of Preston and promises to bv (lolden Mingo Chief n son of (lulls Conn t Morgan and on to Justin morgan. Notk. This Is an Intensely inbred Morgan rival his great sire as a stallion. Htalllon the blood now In demand. A rich dappled bay, black points, is hnnds high 1'Jilltn stallion of great beauty and action, WAYNESBURG. with speed and endura'neo and unexcelled as a producerof high class show, road and Farmers are taking advantage of this Eastern horses. The records of his produce iMith In show and sale rings prove his value pretty weather. and merit as a producerof line road, show Carriers on the four rural routes from and sale horses.season will ! made at my The present this place handled 25,000 pieces of mail barn SV. miles from Htanford. at IJI to Insure a thing colt. Money due hen colt comes or last month. miirf.pnricil witn. .Mares kept oil grass a( Mrs. Anne Hutchison, of Ludlow, is ilk? IM r dav. flood care ulleli but no resiMin- slblllty for accidents or escapes. with her sister, Mias Sallie Gooch. Mrs. r. iir; ii. Oba Estes, of Buck Creek, is visiting ! her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Acton this week. Leslie Padgett, aged 19, died at his The safest, surest and most adcouate safe months. guard for the future Is a policy In home an illness of Ju-tl- J. Kull brother to Kstelle, No. J19, Hired by Zllcadl Golddust. 4H. (by Hold-lus- t ISO by Vermont Morgan and on to O. CARTER, 6. Now Llvorv Dopot Stroot, Phono 96, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. scientific preparation foi external use. Stops itching instantly and destroys the Germs that cause skin diseases. Eczema r jlckly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All DruRcists. Write for sample. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. tVl SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. ZEMO, Eczema is Curable MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. V. Penny's Druu Store. Safeguard the Future The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. $149 CHECK AT A IARGAIN. Life At McKinney, Ky., It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment. Ilt'rallt of Its iMillcy contracts, fair dealing with Its meiiiliers and large returns KMioucy uoiuers. ino company is just entering tno of n kuccessful business carter with more oollcr holders In Lincoln count than all other coniuinles combined. Write for particulars, suiiing age niiti wneiner mar- SIXTY FOURTH YEAR matin-lacture- tl n ried or single to 11. M. NKWI.ANI). Hpeclal Act. Mers llouv Flats, Htanford. James I, While, Hollcltor for Uockcastle Co. I won In an advertising contest glveu by SEthedalesburg I'lnnoCo., of (Intethurg, III., a check, fur IH which I. transit ruble and which will lie ncteptitl for It. face value a isirt pauient unniiy of their ilant. as I liave no ntetl for this check. It would pay anyone wt thing to buy a pin no to call on or Styles up to the minute. Prices lieyoml oiuictitioii. Wo ni-- ! BliitiT that write nit for further Information alotice W.C I'A THICK, our Spring Lino is now complete. To mvc nioney, wine ami seo nml lio Maywood, Ky, eonvinceil. Our Spring Line of Shoe for Lnlii', Mive ami CliiMron nml our lino of Oeiit'n Slioe-- i n ill certainly please. Ilanaii anil Walkover line ItuiniiieM anil are strictly relntlile. Yours for an honest ileal, I lav e our measure taken by a tailor of ex. uro perlence Then our clothes, w hrihera low ClI.UII.lX WlIllKLIllt. price business sull or the Itnesi evening clothes, will have that Individuality and lit plainly Indicate they were made to which our measure, 1 will also take vour measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Hiirlng and Hummer s unplts on hand ready lor vour lnsectloii II. V. KUriiKV.Thi Tailor, Htaufurd, Ky, When Ordering Clothes 1 ), PRESTON KING. Keg. No. :sni, A. H. II It. foaled June, loft. Ills sire was tho greatest show horse In Kentucky. He has Uilance. high action and the sh til Indicated by the.e blotxl lines. He ha the long, thin nick, strong, short Imck, delicate heiid, well set, heavy tall. Hal Imne. clean hock and good foot and ejes so elinriicterlstle of the get of u feel llial rrtston King's the lienuiarks. siieed, action and Individuality must add to the merit of our Kentucky horses and we patronage. This rich for nkoreti him a liberal lias all the Dualities of vouug norsu ly a great sire; bone and stjle. Ills pre-enent noou lines come to mm tnroiign se lected stock, l'restonwi. his sire, win the greatest show horse of his day, winning at all the fair, nod horse, shows, taking the blue string at Ht. IOiils. winning ll.nu. You see that I'reslon King cannot hi In but ben great,. saddle horse sire. His -dam, Nelly A51 .... '.. .. Vf......'.. Ll.... H. ......I. ... ... Htonewall Jackson, and on his sire's side to Washington Denmark ni. Mircilliy rrniunK Cromwell I'restonvjr, by by Til. bv --vashlnL'tnii Denmark, ftl. 1st dam by VaiiMctcr's King 7IW, bv Hllver King, by On Time, by Htonewall Jackson, F. H Hubble', great show horse. 2nd dam Jlp, by the famous Calll' U'xlngton by (list's lllnck Hawk. F, H. sire Dam, llelle bv Ithoderlck loi. bv Mnmlirlnii U'gnind V, Wnslilugton Al.dam Alice M. In Harp's Halcove liil. VanMeter's King T.M, dam Maud V in by tlranger F H. Tubus-Ma- rts will Imi kept at i-- V er monthat owner's risk. Thev wll the most careful attention. Mares sold or parted with ft rfelts Insurance and the fee becomes due. Will inako the utmuof H" at our place at Jlu to Insure u living colt. Vivo will stand one good black Jack, four Mahony & Rankin, licautirul bay saddle stallion, l2 hands, INSURANCE, and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Fire, Life, CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting, such as Illock Work, I'avements and. In fact, we can make any thing from t Louse down to a fence Kst. We can 8er you promptly and guarantee tlrst--- .sj work and material. Call and get our prices Dcioreyou uuy jour maienui ut least Words To Freeze The Soul. "Your son has consumption Ills case is hopelesi." These appalling words were spoken to Geo. E. Blevens, a leading merchant ofSpring-llel- d, N". C , by two expert doctors one a lung specialist. Then was shown the wonderful power of I)r King's N'evv Discovery. ' Alter three weeks' use," writes Mr. fileven's "he was as well as ever. I would not take all tho monoy in the world for what it did for my boy." Infallible for coughs and colds, its tho safest, sui est cureof desperate lung diseases on earth. fiOe. and 31 Guarunteo satisfaction. Trial bottle free Penny's Drug Store. m Accident PHILLIPS BROS., Stau ford, Ky. Klght of the leading companies of the world represented. Colllietelll rates with all the louiiMiules of the world, Ixi.s.tiay- tugrecuid unsurpassed Never hail a lawsuit III the liltlorj of this agent'). Ixsses promptly paid and without discount. No waltliigiiidavs for jour moiity, llefore Insuring, call on Investigate before placing your order. STANFORD, KY. This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. MAHONY & RANKIN, The Insurance Men of W. H. HIGGINS, Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. J, L.Beazley&Co., Flanf'uril. KINGSVILLE. Rheumatism I havt. found a tried and tested curs for Rhso-nu.ir.i-n I Not a rtmedj that will stralzhUn ths distorted limbs e! chronic cripple, nor turn bony rrowths Uck to flesh simln. That Is IropoulbU lint I can now surely kill the pains and panf t ot this In Germany with a CbemUt In th Oty of Darmstadt I found tha last Iniredlent with which Dr. Shoop'a IUieumatlo lUmady was mad prescription. Without a perfected, that uvrt Inrradlsat, I succsufullr tnated snasr. manT catet of llheumatlim ; but now. at last, tl uniformly cure all curable rates of thla harttofon much dreaded disease. Those tand-Uk- e f ranular waste, found In Hheumsttclllood teemtodlstolra and pass away under the action of this reraedr a freely as does sunr when added to pun water. And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes freely pass from tha sjitsm. and the cause ot Uheumallim It gone forever. There It now no real need no actual excuse to suffer looter without help. Via sell, and lnctmfldeocs) recommend Roll of honor for the eighth month of Kingsville Graded School: First Grade AuRouten. Second Grao brey Gilliland, James Flint, Joseph R. colt. Walter, Maggie Dye. Third Grade-Gr- ace vearsold.atUtin to Insure a living land. Ky. W. II. AC. Dl'DDKItAlt, How Trimble, E. B. Rowland, Emma I'honu lis IV Jenkins Fourth Grade-Ste- lla Griffin, dls. Capital, 4 Undertakers and Embaltr era. Also Dealers in Fur oituru, Mattingg.Rugg. They will exchange Funiiturejfor hll Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Warren Upthegrove, Herman Haggard, Dorothy Jenkin3, Etta Singleton, Leona Francis, Gameliel Gourley, Gertie Trimble, Clell Waters, Maggie May Flint, Elza Gooch, Bessie Reynolds, Joseph Kidd. Fifth Grade Earnest Gourloy, Richard Trimble, Pearl Hogue, Earnest Flint, Russell Thompson, Edna Childers, Lela Smith, Eva Leach, Clarence Carey. Sixth Murphy, Ottie Walls, Eighth Grade Maude Young, Birdie Brown, Hulcee Acton. Mr F. Pauline Taylor, Grade-Esther Lincoln Squirrel. "tnr-oM- , black points, lit hands high and full made, heavy maun and tall, good Nine, splendid Imck and line neck, well set In high moiiuttd shoulders, a combined bred horse, but I use hlui only In harness and a more perfect harness horsti I have never seen can sten very fast with itriiu high action all around and 1 think lilm to lm one of the best stallions In the Htatn to lined to. to get good hluh-chwiilk.irni und busjnei,. horses that will bring vou fancy prices. He lias some vearllng and colts that I Invite breeders to see. rKMUHhl". i.inrolii Hiiulrrel was slrtil bv Marlon Hmilrrel, ih. he by lllat'k Hiiulrrel, !W. he by lllack i:agle,7l, lie In King Wll-- I him, 07, Marlon Hiiulrrel'. first dam bv (ireeu Mountain; tiui dam by Hughes' Kdwlii Kuf- est; Llutulu H'iulrri'1's first dam, Kate Messenger by Messenger llreee, full brother to Maude Messencr. record. Vila. 2nd dam Murln Dcpauw by Mainlirliio Htiir- lignt.a iuii iirotnurio iwuiy Thorn. z::i::ird dam Mollle Crow by Helm's Yorkshire. II ack Hnulrrer. grand sire Is the sin, of s more, noted saddle horses than any other horse In the world, such as Highland Denmark, Chester Dart), Hitl Hiiulrrel and many others. Will make the season of in Htanford at i ?.:t to usual my livery nam Monev Insure a living colt, duo when cult Is foaltd or iiiiire parted with. Surplus, Resources, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J. B. PAXTON, J- $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. Iled bay BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. 0. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER TELLER. W.ROCHESTER, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER i. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Viola Francis. Brown, Eflio Oliver Smith, N. Y., Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy PENNY'S DRUG J. H, OiYsIoy, Stnnforil; S. II, STORE. DIREOTORSl Shank, Stanford; Oeo. W. Carter, Stanoril John 11. Poeter, Stanfor.l; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan- kin, ltnniter; ,J. II. I'axton, Stanford; W. H. Travlor. (jilliertt. Creek; IJ. L. Iluhblo. Lanciwtcr: II. CuiiimiiiH, I'reacheritville; Lilliurn Gooch, Gilheru Creek. J. C. McCIary, 8 tn mmuK mii G.Frltts7 Oneonta, GALTON 12910. Heasou of IWiu, s. ja.am t. X-- U' . t J ' writes: "My little girl was greatly benefitted by taking Foley's Orlno Luxutlvy, and I think It is the best remedy for constipation und llvor trouble." Foley's Orlno Laxative is best for women and children, as It In mild, pleasant and effective, and is u splendid spring medicine, as Iteleans-e- s the system and clears tho complex-lo- o I lid sorrel horse. I years old. Ill hands hluh. extra weight and Imne. New Stanford Drug Co. nireti oy lamoiis ro.uister and sire, Itcd high-clas- Red Light. Undertaker. Embalmer-anDealer in HarnessSaddlery, STANFORD, Ie Fbone, 1ST, In Maryland a case has just been finally adjudicated which began in 1862. It was originally for $11.50, but inter est has run it to $4,357, for which amount judgment was given. m -- si KY- - IIoraeriiona s. Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes suro, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pala Tablets. See full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. U'af, wliols too well known to all horsemen to need description and iMdlgree, he by U. F. OluySlK 1st dam by Itetl Wilkes. lUxl Light's 1st dam was Dav Maid bv 'eni, Htl, son of the great (lamlietta Wilkes: tiui dam Nell by old llalsorat.'litldam Niamday ny ni. r.nuo; sin iiam aiidniKiii by I'llot, Jr., Mb dam Twilight by lAJxingiou; ill n uaui I'arsuess oy vva gner. Ill olferlng the erv Ices of this promising young talllouwu feel safe In saying that with his slxe. stvle. form, .need ami iw, I, ,n that he Is hound to prove n great stock horse. Will stand at my livery burn lu Htanford ut lift to Insure u living colt, money due when colt la foaled or mart parted with. He suro to see him before breeding your good mares. (J. 0. 11KAZLKY, Htanford, Ky. SHU',, At Hums. S:'.M',', Hlreot Culvlii and six others with trials from at:.i to ills, were thoc lire the only ones that of oneever handMam with led for speed. Also the. sire one lu the 1:M list, Hlrtd liydiiinlxtta the sire of isiilii the J:: list, lit lu :li) and better, claimed to lit, the greatest sire In the world. 1st dam Daisy Kleld (grand dam nlfi with records of from 2:1T to son or iiaiubietouiaii xiux'ii uy Kiuieiu lo. dam liyHeeley's American Htar. Kulleld i::m. has d In V::l, hlsdaughturs havu tin In or ts'lter, Hid dam quickstep by Kentucky I'rlnce, Jr., sire olJ.it. SU7!S, S:V7'. und dams of IS lathe i::ti list Urd dam by Old Joe, slruof the dam of J, o. IlirJs. (laltoii carries tha blood of four leading families; Haiiibletoiilnn, Wilkes, Mambrliiu Chief and Heeley'a American Htar. (ialtou'acolts have gone against and defeated the best lu harness claasta ami road ster rlngs.they are In great demand, telling usuigu as li.itii aner inaiiiuiy, vearllnus irom iau 10 tsti. iiaiioiiwiu siuuu ui my stable miles West of Hustonville on plku at 115 to Insure a living colt. Money due If maru Is traded after Iwlng lued, l'leiity of grass ut If fs tier month, saved tor mares, noother stock mixed with mares, have grass Iota and large stables for mures tu foal. Uraln fed at cost, l'lioni) In residence, Hustonville Kichituge, W.W.DODD. Hustonville, Ky, x:-y, U'lii-onad- e, -- Ji'rst Tfational ffiancj Stanford, Jfas paid Jy, $21, 500. 9?rtU Organtxtii, SS2. Capital Sioc. S50.000. Surplus anil ?ndvtlttl iProfilt, S9, OOO, (n 'Dioidonds sinco Organization, Snulto 7ew Jfocounts on Our OFFICERS. S. Ilocker, President,, S. T. Harris, John J. McKoberts, II. C. Uaughraan, Assl. Cash'r W.W.Saunders.nooUkeeper, i, r; DIRECTORS. J. H, Uaughraan, J, M. Poltui, H. C. Uaughraan, . V. Curamlni, S. T. Harrif, no. C. Koblnson, W. I). OUannon J. S. Ilocker, C. E. Tale. Held, M D. I'.lmore, V Y'TirritlaaaM'T'rT''"11'1'''' Jit'"i''stssati