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Mrnc. Mndjeskn's estate has been appraised at $120,001). Forest fires nro Mill causing damngo in Ronnoko nnd Rototout counties, Va. A New York doctor claims that appendicitis U caused by too much sleep. Deputy U S Marshals destroyed an illicit still In Clay county and poured out iOO gallons of beer. A Jury In the Tnylor circuit court gave W. A. Druln 12 yenrs' imprisonment for violation of tho ago of consent law. Gov. Patterson has ordered soldiers sent to Wavcrly, Tcnn., where several night rider cases nro to bo called for I Eld, Joseph Hallou will preach at Mt. building a dwelling. C. D. Evans Xcnia nt3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Ktngsvlllo was pretty well Rev. T. W. Harkcr will preach nt at Stanford court !ay If ever) twdy Jiimlx) Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. who started got there. Subject Sunday morning at the Meth-olA Mr. Coleman, of Pike rounty, church, "Why nil Men Should bought the M J. Murphy place nndliM I'rnlse tho Lord " moved hit family here. Tho Presbyterian church wna burned Mrs. J. W. Aclon I able to be out ngaln after n severo attack of grip. T. at Fredonln, Caldwell county, and night M. Alfonl, wifa and ton vlilted Wm riders nro suspected. Junior League nt 3 l. M. Senior Hoguo Sunday, W. C. Dyo has moved Into tho house League nt 7 v M Prrachlng at 7:15 T. r. M. at Methodist church. ho recently bought of Major Smith Remember that Prof. II. K. Taylor P. Dunaway will move into the houao will lecturo at tho Methodist church vacated by Mr. Dye. Virgil Bastin and wife aro visiting Monday night, April 20, Instead of on relatives nt Science Hill. Dr. C. M. April 21th. Rev. George W Shepherd, formerly Thompson, wife and children spent sev o' Richmond, has accepted a cull to tho eral days In tho South. pasted pistoral chnrgo of tho liaptist church windstorm A considerable over this ectlon Monday night and the at Lakeland, Flu. Subscriptions amounting to $1,30, roof was blown from tho depot and the largest in the history of thechurch, fences were blown down. W. Ci. Itouton sold to (tube Morton a were taken up In Iho Second Presbytehone for $100. Mr. Ilorton also bought rian church at Paris for foreign misof G. W. Leach a work mare. Wallnce sions. The mooting at tho Methodist church Walter bought of G. M. Alford a mare at Somerset, conducted by the patior, and colt for $130. freight trnin wrecked Dr. W, F Vaughn, and assisted by A North-bounat tho North end of tho tunnel Friday, Rev. J. M. Harris, resulted in 75 conditching seven cars and three men, versions. Robert J, McMullcn, who taught in among them being Prof. B. L. Grubln, one of our teachers. No ono was In- the Graded School here Nome four years ago, has been ordained a Presbyterian jured. Mrs. Tabitha Davidson is visiting her preacher. He will go as n missionary son. Georgo Gaines. A number of our to China. a Prof. II. K Taylor's lecturo on people attended Easter services at tho will bo on Monday night, Apr. 26 C. Catholic church at Oltrnhclm. W. adHrown camo home from Lexington, instead of Saturday night, 21th, as he has been studying telegraphy. vertised. The lecturo will be at the where Ho went to ErUnger Sunday to work Methodist church. The meeting at tho Christian church, In tho signal department of tho C. S crowd attended tho burial of Georgetown, conducted bv Dr. R. II. A large of Transylvania Marion Williams, who was killed while Crosifiold, president ICC working on tho section near Waynes-burg- . University. Lexington, resulted in was n Maccabeo additions to that ch'irch Mr. Williams At St. Ixiuis last Sunday 125 recruits and was buried by that order in the tho I,ord" were to be Gooch cemetery Funeral services were for tho "Navy of by Kev. W. U. immersed in the Mississippi, but when held at Daniel Heiter's Icy tho water was Davidion. Much sympathy is felt for 45 of them felt how they turned their backs and deserted nnd three small children tho wife d Cu-b- trial. The centennial of tho Christian church will bo celebrated nt Moorefleld, Nicholas county, Sunday nftcrnoon with ap propriate service? Founder's day was celebrated at the University of Virginia Tuesday when exercises in honor of Thomas Jefferson's birthday were held. Denver reports another heavy fall of snow, the 41th slnco the beginning of winter. At Crlpplo Creek tho mercury was six degrees below zero. Ten men were seriously injured in a head-ocollision between trolley cars of the Chicago, South Shore and South Rend railroad near Gary, Ind. John Pishottu, a wealthy Greek was found murdered in the cellar of his home at Carlisle, Pa. He had once served a term in the penitenmei-cha- Tho West end nf Mtln street is now without lights and there is no of getting them. A large crowd ntten led tho sale of Dr. Eitcs' effects last Saturday and good prices prevailed. The freeze Enter morning played havoc with the splendid prospect for a fruit crop In this locality. Quite a crowd from here is attending tho Southern Electrical Exposition at Louisville and doing Spring shopping. McCormack, Myers & Vaughn bought 240 fat hogs of J. W. Allen at market prices and shipped them to Cincinnati. Chas. Wheeler will bo the delegate from the church hero to Presbytery, when it meets at Lawrcnccburg on pro-tpec- t 'fMgga ffcl ii I ,m m , .- j If ' I' W?WH f HLrVri jfi.77""i' n wm-Lffittmv- - wmm ! a: tmAmm . TV vBV-'-r- f' April 20. Aunt Sylvia GIvens died at her home Saturday and was buried In the colored cemetery Sunday. She was raised in this locality and was 100 years old at tho time of her death. Mr. Wm. Rarker is visiting his son, Dr. J. C. Rarker. The old gentleman Is living on tho farm on which Gen. Zollicoffer built fortifications in December 1BG1, and vacated Jan. 10, 1862. Just received 50 new suitings of the very latest patterns, mado to your measure nt prices that will surprise you. Guarantee fit or no sale. Ask for the cut price line. A. J. Adams, Hustonville, Ky. The citizens' petition to the city council asking that hogs be prohibited from running on the streets, was turned down. The excuse offered by one councilman was that nil stock should have been included in the petition. The Northcott Produce & Poultry Co. will open their house for business here this week. These gentlemen come with high recommendations for straight and honest dealings, and success will surely attend their efTorts when they become known. The dre of Maggie Leonard, the 16- daughter of Mrs. Lucy Leonyear-olard, caught fire from a stove in their cabin near Mt. Salem, and she Is not expected to recover. Their condition is deplorable, the father and husband being in the asylum at Lexington. Mm. W. J. Campbell has returned from Hot Springs, Ark., grcntly reliev ed from a severe attack of rheumatism. Dr. Edward Alcorn and daughter, Miss Lucy, have returned from a two weeks' trip to Jacksonville, Fla., which was greatly enjoyed. While there the doctor attended the Southern Medical Cond You cam go wrong fl In Style, in Quality, in Tailoring, in Fit, if you wear one of our tiary. William Carter and William Greer, both Negroes, will be hung in Louisville this morning. Carter killed n while man and Green killed a man of his own race. Jay Gould, son of George Gould, and several other students of Columbia Uni versity, are constructing an aeroplane which will be ready for n trial during the next two weeks. William Sorsby, who killed Charlrs Fitzgerald, a postoflicc inspector, who was looking into his accounts, was convicted at Jackson, Mhs , of murder und given n life sentence. Nieht riders have broken loose In Indiana und are said to be telling tenants that they must not give the landlords in tho vicinity of Washington more than of the crop. April 21 has been fixed us the date when n motion for a new trial in the case of Duncan R. Cooper nnd Robin J. Cooper, convicted of killing former Senator E. W. Carmack, will be heard at Nashville. Prof. R. N. Roark, ono of the most eminent educators in tho State and president of the Eastern Normal School at Richmond, died at Cincinnati Wednesday after a lingering illness. His death was due to n general breakdown Prof. Roark was the author of several teachers' text books. Gov. Willson, who has been confined to his home for several weeks from an y injury to his leg he received in a accident, is reported as not doing so well The member still annoys the Executive considerably and some fears are entertained that it is more serious than at first supposed. Articles of incorporation were filed at Frankfort for a completo traction system to connect Cincinnati, Louis ville, Lexington and Maysville. Tho rind is incorporated at $10,000,000 and the promoter, who nro chiefly Grant county men, sny they have backing of Eistern capital to build the road. The proposed lino will tap the rich white Hurley tobacco district of the State in several places whero there is no railroad of any description. Some ,250 miles of track Is projiosed to be built by the oie-thir- d run-nwa- Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. They are reliable in all the"4things ajwell dressed man looks for. The latest in fabrics, colorings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. the navy. MIDDLEBURG. Jason Lawhorn went to Louisville this, Wednesday morning, to take up W. It. his abode with his father-in-laCockran. Ambrose Hamilton and Miss Alico Embcrson. two popular young people of tho Walltown section, were married Monday at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Rufui Kmbvraon. Several of our citizens will go to first Monday in May to whoop up the bridge question. Our people to a man aro in earnest on the subject of good roads and bridges. Nearly everybody! hero celebrated Easter by going to church. Tho at tho Baptist church was the best for several months and Rev. Jt L. Owens preached quite an interesting sermon on tho subject of "Final l'rcs-ervatl- HIGHLAND. The farmors are busy preparing to plant corn There is also quite a lot of land being prepared for tobacco. Rev. J. M. Cook preached a very interesting Easter sermon nt tho M. E. church Sunday. Ho uUo preached nt Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. night. Jordon Floyd has moved to tho Raker far.n on Greasy Ridge. Adams & Hiatt are preparing to move their saw mill down on Green river John Decker has moved back from Illinois to his farm hero. I.. i t A party of our boys and girls stormed Miss Cora Raugh Sunday. Among them were Misses Efllo Young, Murrill Acton, Laura lisugh. Mamiu and Susio Chestnut, and Shell Reid, Jim Young, Wm. Adams, Guy Cook and IKn Chestnut. the Saints " of Mrs. E J. Mills gnvunn Etstcr Run Miss Nona McDanlel has charge of at Highland Saturday afternoon for tho tho telephone exchange whilo F. L. benefit of tho M. E church. There wss Junri Is nursing s fU of grip A lit- quite a crowd out and nil report n good tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O L. tune. Robert Ilntfield and Mirs Cora E. L. (Gadbcr-r- y Wilson has pneumonia. llaugh won the hay rido by getting tho and A. II. Royalty attended the Sungreatest number of eggs. day school at Antioch Sunday and got Tnero is quite a lot of sickness in this nwav with lots of eood "crub." Willio neighborhood, especially among the old Louisville to Adams is at home from pople. lTnc!e John Rid, Mrs. Lucy see the homefolks. liaugh and J. II. llutt nro very ill. Mrs. Walter Ruugli has grip. Mrs, safeHonoy and Tar U Foley's guard agalnitt serious rusulu from Matt Young is quitu sick. Mrs. M. G. Spring cold, which Intlumetho lungs Carrier has been visiting her parents, Mr. nr.d Mrs. lien Hutchison J. W. and devolop Into 'pneumonia. Avoid Cook nnd II. F. Morton came up from counterfoil by Insisting upon having saw mill In Casey county to spend the genuine Foley's Honoy and Tar, their Delmer no harmful drugs Eistcr with their families. which contains Young was up from Green river to see Now Stanford Drug Co. ht Mr. Lucy Raugh. promoters. Miss Elite Young was with tho home-folSuturday and Sunday grand-mothe- vention. One of our prominent live stock deal ors received a message Friday from the city market on Iambs, which plainly read "Market unchanged," but he read it "market angered," and rushed to Judge Myers (who had not been drink ing muddy water) and who read it correctly. The excitement subsided an hour later. Honor roll for intermediate'depart-men- t of Hustonville Graded) School: Grade 7 Dodd Skinner, Bowman Myers, Marion Lipps, Allen Ray Evans, Dan Taylor, Spalding Hiii. r, Grade 8 Mamie North, Eddio Zula Kails. Freshman Kate Warriner.'ifAnna Barker, Pnul Willis. J. E Jasper's store in Somerset was broken into Thursday night andJ'Friday Lair's bloodhounds followed the trail to tne home of Georgo Sandusky.ty From there George was trailed to his father's and to tho woods whero he cut wood, and back to the Somerset jail,; where Sandusky had been placed on suspicion after the dogs had trailed to his father's house. Mrs. Major Tombs, the beloved wife n major, passed into of the eternal life on Wednesday, 7th, aged 55. Pneumonia was the causejof her untimely demise. Sho was a devout member of tho Baptist church, loved by all who knew her, and was u dutiful wife and loving mother, who'has gono through the pearly gates to await the family reunion, where partings will bo large procession of I sorrowno moro. ing friends attended tho funeral at well-know- fe n W SAMPSON Swept Over Niagara. Tills terrible culamlty often happens Rathor Dlo, Doctor, lHunHMin nt my farm Ihtk "I HtMiili.nl mi llu than have my feet cut oil," said M. I.. beettusetho careless boatman Ignores I lite. 4 "'I'" Houlli l plkoua tlOlohiatirim ll. IIvIiik Homcrx-ripples TliU inuiiK inrk'a 'ill won innn In Illiigham, of Prlncovllle, 111 , "but the river's warnings-growin- g premium. In luffiiml Ivan ttimi tiny Jack In you'll dlo from gangrene (which had and faster current-Nature- 's warnings timerg llio county. Ill two nrat Colli lint Imttrii !n tlirtrclnaaiia k'ullatiliil J"ar-Hu- oaten a way eight toes) if you don't", are kind. That dull pain or acho Intho mid look Ilka Hlmirrt lor IHV. I hey were aliow n lit all Iwtil Intra Uifli iiir mid said nil doctors Instead he used buck warns you the Kidneys need atIn lit Utilniitnn Mini Kentucky Hint Ilucklcn's Arulca Salvo till wholly tention If you would cscapofatal malImn. Ilia Heolt wna Ut wlnmra tit Kiilr muim aeti'ral loenl fiilra. cured. Its cures of Kczeina, Fever adiesDropsy, Diabetes or Bright s diHome ol hi. 1WU7. ltJH nnd W rolta ru " my fiirm to aliow for tticinwlte. Sort", Holls, Hums und Piles as- sease. Take Electrlo Hitters ut onco J, II. IIAUMIIMAN. tound tho world. 25u ut Penny's Drug and see Usckacho 11 y and all your HUnford, Ky. I'Ijuhk Id, long sufHill nmkf lli "I'd lll men, not clowns. The styles arc individual, and saved from eccentricity by good are your sort. Made for nobody but young men but for gentle- cemetery. program Iwas most creditably rendered at thelmoeting last week of the Hustonville Literary and MubIcoI Club: Essay Miss Mary subject "What a Boy Is Good T. CarFor." Current Events-Ed- die penter, Zula Eads, BessleRiffe,"Julian Essay Ola Williams, subject RilTe. Humor James Hall. VoEducaton. Tho following c, ssio States-Affirma- Store. Up Before Tho Bar. N. II Drown, un attornoy, of Pitts-HelVtu writes; "Wo havo usedDr Jlrnl tiy Uol. Hull Andorion.MoKliiiiey.Ky. King's New Life Pills for years and iUIHou It iiUurk Imy. 4 your, old, 10 Thl. , find them such a good family medicine lntmli i moil mini, ttiin ih'hui iKiiti,iu-iiunn very heavy iimne und lull, ltiiul hi. you will ie U Una wll lired omi no wouldn't bo without them," For k you cuu mm in Chills, Constipation, Dlllousness or l.t Imlnma wtia timl by Oclllnti (Jhh-f- . d ii m by Ultltiiui;nddambyJlirs Vermont: Sick Huudacho they work wonders, 2.c 3rd diim by Ky Dick; till duiil by Ihild ut lVuny's Drug Store. Htocklntfa. NOTK. In olTerlnii tho aervlcca of till. niiii .IhIIIoii, lowdtliHlliMlawhul m need Kisses may bo intoxicating, as somo iolmiiruvHour took. lie has b'eedliiK.aUe, lone, ipeiHl und itt'tlou. llw will not hoix-i- i nn'iio. but it is not nrobablo that whola mU und nl.o to mitk 1IK rnnuiih to work, brood mnrei. heuhlm beforeyou breed mid counties will ever voto dry on that prop you will breed to him. lie l well enough osition. utterly news. Ireiltogrt tiottera. . a d, DALMAS. best feelings leturn. "After fering from wcuk kldnets und lumo back, ono?l bottle wholly cured me," writes J, U. lllankonshlp, of Helk, Tcnn. Only BOo nt Penny's Drugstore. judgment. Regular sizes proportioned to overcome the variation of developing figures. Built-ou- t chests and built-i- waists. Filled makc'cmsliafiely and with to make the shape57j'. You won't strain the grace out of the garments and you hand-tailoringt- o won't strain your poeketbook when you buy them. TKHM8. Will utiuid him ut low price of f 10 to Ipturt) living roll. Bertlce leedun wheu fouled, coltu aloes. mure truded, Mld or bretl to other t .him tlniHund nlncu the two eixkI mule ncki, Jim l'orter nnd llrlKiiolla. You nil TKUMS. pi to luaure u llvlnit colt. Money duuaa with uliuteiiUtertlted aiock. It. 8. bOUDKKH, MoKlmiey, Ky. .HOW DOW IUV.V jnu.i .ituui Tho Southern railway has just placed RilTo. (Debato-Re-sol- ved a corps of engineers in the field to make cal Solo-Besurveys for a new railroad from Jelllco that Foreign Immigration Should tive Creek to tho Cincinnati Southern rail- bo Prohibited by the United way. This proposed lino will, it is Orestus Floyd and Francis claimed, reach one of the richest Vir- Wcathertort. Negativo wm. I'eavy-hous- e and Emons McClure. Tho negaginia coal regions heretofore undevelop tivo won. ed, thus increasing the East Tennessee mining output. Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That,. Is The olevcrokt Imitation of real Cof- wroog. It Is tho weak nerves that are It you have backache and urinary fee ever yet made is Dr. Shoop's crying out for help. Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with troubles you should take Foley's Kid-no- y Health ColTee, It Is fine in flavor lletnedy to strengthen and build and Is made in just one minute. No Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and see how up tho kidneys so they will act proper- tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made quickly good health will come to you ly as a serious kidney trouble may from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, again. Test It and seel Sold by Penetc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store, ny's Drugstore. develop. New Stanford Drug Co. For Sale by H. J. McRoberts, Stanford. Ky. TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RATES APPLY Tl LfOAL MANMER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY tMCOHPOHTCO t iW r' ".jfy -- ?" itip' r'-"T""r- Wl1"" "t " - " k r The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON CHARLES A.'HARDIN, of Mercer county, li n candidate for Commonwealth. Attorney of this, the. 1.1th district, subject to the nctlon of the democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., Inn rnmllOnto for circuit Judge of this, (he 1.1th district, subject lu the action of the Democratic parly. M. C. SAUFLEY Is n candidate for circuit Judgo of thin, the of the Democratic pnrty. litthjtidlclnl district, subject to the nctlon Democratic Ticket. Kor Htato Senator, R. L. HUDDLE, of Lincoln county, Kor Representative, W. H. SHANKS KorCounty Judge, JAMES P. DAILEY Kor County Attorney, Announcement Is mdo that the prcs-ideW. H. LAIR, Hustonvllle, Ky., haa leased as a summer homo a Am Drenareil to do roof rtnlntlns nt the Hat added it nice line of OUOOEHIIXto cottajro at Woodberry Tolnt, Beverly, lowest possible price., lllnck pnlnt Iss per hi. MKAT MAIlKKTandaakta ortlon of ' square on metal rooting and a er square your patronage, "Fre.h flond.nl the low-rMass. Prlceis" Is his motto. ran J", nn rnniiaF nnn ruiiuie aini f'X iia aniiam mp . , . 11(n J1IUI v w. uin unit rt reu paint on metal A t iiuduix uaxcr una Hiicuicu J. V. HTKWA11T, Itowlnnd, Ky, Soeretarv Knox to urea Conercss to I tBko some action to stop the scllinfr of A fnrm on Indian Creek, 1S7 acre., Vi futures In wheat and other unit1, iruui Krnut-i- i scimui, as .iiiuuii'iiiirK . nincrei lu cultivation, rest In timber) good That the present session of the House dwelling, barn and nil necessary outbuild Inga, excellent tobacco, corn nnd grass of Representatives called to enact tarDenier In ntul Manufacturer of Inndi good orchnnl; farm w ell watereil. On iff legislation Is not restricted to that ('. M. I'KKKINH, on or address Mlddleburg, Ky, Speaker Marblo nnd subject was the decision Monu I Cannon. Cemetery nml Mnrker. rif Tho Missouri Houso of Representa- Vase, nndand I'osta, Office nnd work..I.nn Hettccs. Mc tives passed tho bill submlttinij n con- Kinney, Ky. stitutional nmendent providintr for lf.de.lre to sell prlmtcly my slock of I A state-wid- e prohibition to a voto of tho ltnnlfre. lining n goixl busl-- I ne... Will Inxolce nlut FVU. Itrnson State. The bill qualillcd electors of the III health. In the totmoco now rocs to tho Senate. In nil the lime I hnveN-e(IKO. I). HOI'TKIt, Ktnnford.lCy. liu.lnet. oer:njeiir I hnve neer offerPresident Gompors, of tho American ed nor knew niiv mnnufni'turr to olTer n Fwiernllnn nf Labor, has arranccd for better lino of tobacco, Ixith Natural I.eaf T. Twist for smoking nnd chewing nnd rresseil an Important labor conference at tno riiew lug Tobacco, tiinn i now oiler. Unlet. solicited through your Joblier or direct by Crab Orchard, Kentucky, White Houso this afternoon, when mat- - mnll promptly Mr- .cripine price ters allectinK tho Interests of organized nutted on nppiiciition. H.h.maiitiji, Junction city, Ky. Is now labor will bo discussed between Presi-- I ' to serve his old friend, nnd Itemeinlwr the old atnndby brands: hope, rrndr )ou hnve dent Taft and the members of tho ex- - "Friendship Twist," told iiiuiheadi -- oid n muleto uinVe many new ones. If the work or horse to enstrnte we -hnve It done right He ccutlvo council of the American Federa- - Kentucky Home" nnd lilue (iras. mintcr.' for lilm nndof cnttrntlng rldgMlngs. mnkes ii .peclnlty nt NOTICE! at IJ s s a FOR SALE food-stulT- Harry Jacobs, Cranito ments, i 1 w.S??i MS iVV !k ftfnpk MprflhanfJlP for Sale. WORD TO YOU ' F. GROSS, nt iVy C imp? W.S.BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE u l. Mccarty Kor County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER Kor Jnllcr, DINK FARMER Kor ForBherlfT, Senator Newlands presented in tho BeEU NaDOth Senate an amendment to the tariff bill By jsjuboth HO. '. providing that whenever importations I,(,nu Nnbotir.dam Norn llangliman by h Nt.c, by Kiection.-.of the total Mortal aro less than ii.v,:tnniiim u- .ra.iin.nilnnnfanvnpll,1 n.n.l in tno In J., ujf MetroMilltiili 1X7. by llnmbleton- ,. , ,,H111 j.pi,inei.y Mnmbrino United States, there shall bo a reduc- - Wlther.by oilier (thoroughijtthdnm .Mnry hrnl);Mhdnm 10 per cent, annually in the duty by Wngner.oih dum by imp. Trnnby; Jtii tion of until importations aggregate at least 'SiSlZ h of the consumption. ipMi,?.1 JfflTiV Vo'K.WhiV'l.u'.W iq 45,006, Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid for external use. Zemo gives instant eli'ef and permanently cures any form if Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write (or sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. S DRUG STORE. gjJ--1.n- N one-tent- ""niuiy '"'"r ,, r one-tent- r Asae.or, Hnee.ly.on of the Wllke. family. Konled man of Frankfort, was convicted of My . in"- htKKS. Ited Ilond, it Wllke., Old manslaughter for killing Ira Phillips oeorge Wilkes. itiick'.IIIliamuietoin in. 4nmieiu wllke. (tlie greut.it llv and irlvenlS years in the Denitentiarv. inu.ire of trotler.i. Kor MaglstrnteCCrab Orchard District, ul dnm v. K. Clny Tho ice in thb Niagara gorge has set- - (.old for more money thnnnny horse ever MWARD MOORE tied considerably and shows that sever- For Magistrate IIustonllleI)lstrlct, "" " ' i" alof the locks have been wrenched rl7,n"",,'.nn -" J.K.iHELM.SR from their moorings and that the dam - . Thi. colt is u handsome, dnrk buy, For Magistrate Waynesburg District, age will bo more serious than had been' JOHN I M. CAMDEM ling. Is level bended, enally handled, should suspected. transmit greiit form, style and an.'.ii hi. For Constable Wnyne.burR District, daughter of Thos. colt., which should sell reudlly nt in Tho fancy prices. Will iiuike the season of luunt my JOHN G. BAUGrT was burned to death at ManchesDclph inriii midway between Diinlll ncd on to llv ter. In company with two little broth- Inf colt.the short pise ill J HI for Insun- a nfl r Will be bundled speed ers she was playing with some shavings season. With the idea of going on record beK. D. No.. lln . A.CJ.T. HMITH. It. bta.nfoki), Ki. I'huaeliH a, lmuvllii. fore the country as advocating a reduc- which they set on fire. Her clothing caught and the body was burned almost tion of the tariff, the democrats of the Senate are conferring upon a sugges- to a crisp. up-to-d- ate tion made by Senator Bailey, of Texas, IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. which may take the form of a motion Ily vlrture of execution No. ldlTdlnct.'Uto iik , omen isMieu iroin ijerk'. to recommit the bill with instructions Mrs. W. H. Litton died suddenly of the Uoyle circuit court, me fin or of ottle of lu hdwurd Alcorn ngulnst M.. lleuetlu-t- , I or one of to reducejall the duties 20 or 25 per paralysis at East Bcrnstadt. deputies, wlll.on .MolHliij, the llltli dny in) cent, and provide for any correspondLouis Vance & Co., London grocers, of ilny IlMi. between the hours of o'clock p. H., mid 2 o'clock: i., in the This tiiHgnlllcently bred oung stnlllon ing loss In revenue by tho substitution have filed a petition in bankruptcy. door In Stanford coum. of Lincoln m., , my .table ut will mnke the to public Mile to the lilithe.t IHdd'er.the Htnnfonl. Ky.. .en.onof ll'Wat of an income tax. The plan has its ad handsome home at following Everett Ellison's belter knowmisthe Iir Ibil-lproperty (or o much thereof in. place i nl IIS to Insure n lit Ing colt vantage in that it will make plain to Williamsburg was destroyed by fire. limy liiecesiirytosiulsfy the Hon Hrrlck Is in i. n la debt, Inteiest, nndiiinouiit of nhort laiek. benvv Nine Inuullful eht ttnut fact the highest to.t.i, to the country that the democrats are in William Lucas, a prominent citizen of We wit: he siiiiielielng iiu,U0ed Inter- tjpe of the trotter He I. by the great Un favor of n reduction of tariff below the East Bernstadt, is dead of consumption est Inuiid to the tract of liuui sltuntmi in wnnl Milter SatV,. that won the linn Trail-a- t I.liicolii couut K..nenr wu,. ml It aula In v ten lenl point desired by the republicans, and J. E. Phillips, aged 63 and for 20 bounded on the No. th I., Mliledg, of t.,orge same ear won the SHU") race Inltittntid the Homier Memorial miiu. in addition want at least a part of the years a saddler at London, is dead of Unddls.oii the Kn.l b mndaof Mult Dreis-Ic-. nnd the M. A M In broken bent, nnd sold for mUie.Soiitu l.tne IihkI. ()f jllU k Ihiii ISI.KH nml later sold for t"."" burden to fall upon the wealthy clas3 stomach trouble. dl'hnt.iindoiithoWal ty lauds of Km . la breil exactly like Hmnl.ti(Jiuen ttint moud hershoim, nnd containing a, i,cr. won the tVO'Trnii.jltnnla in Ikk. making Wither-spooinstead of entirely upon tho consumer. The handsome home of A. C. more or let led upon lis the prop, rli of n record of 2:07nnd was classed as one of the big four. Iielngoneof the grenteol money h It ii proposed to raise by the of Lawrenceburg, burned, caus- (l.ft. Ib'iieillct. will lie made on n Tkiimm; Mile winner, on the grand circuit last tear On bill about $300,000,000 of reve- ing a loss of $8,000. six months, bond with iipproted cndlt of wnnl Milter la by Onward, one of the greatsecurity reiUlrid,lH-urliiInterest nt sons l.eorgn Wilkes. nue. The democratic plan would be to W. E. Bell, of Corbin, has leased liercnt rnniiuin troni day the rate of a est nod Ix'St wnslheofdam of lurertor the of wile, nnd Hie cut this to, say, $240,000,000. and make Rockcastle Springs and will conduct tho Hating day forceiuid etfe.l of it sale IkiikI sire of that great family of trotters mid patula lat of Aprh no.'. cer, lion Vnrrlck'. 1st dam was by WIlLe. up the $00,000,000 by an Income tax popular resort this season. 'l.J.HI 1.1 Sheriff. Wug hvlieorge Wilkes, n.1st. rsitu rMadeline lty, ?: '., mid half full to to The amendment. Senator Bailey Is giving In a row at Altamont, Laurel county, I'litchen. the dam of Itubticr .' Ii, AS Inches-teHilly WlllonJ his attention to this feature and hopes Emory Slayde cut Martin ami Welsh's ?.lf. lnrv In ll.ititf.3).Itr.v Mis. '.It J.:i). M, ,,l .lull, 1... In. to be able to draft an amendment on throat, exposing but now severing tho dam of The Wag .l .', Madeline rntchen. 1175"). (No. x:io. tvinchestir x.lv1.. uubiier that subject that will command the sup- jugular vein. Vol. 17 A. T. II.lt.. bred t,y Kugen Ruck-e- theilamol . Hilly Wilton !:? nnd Ml.. It Ueorgttowii. Ky. Ashliinu llrook wis. port of the minority. Don Vnrrlck'. dnm pnnliii'iMt Conner ! U.fonltil llKJ. sulld bllV Iff, ., , ,.,... tlint psrrU s public half tulle mi lr lr xlng- OTTENHEIM. while, stands IM4 hands high. and .old to ton truck ut In months In I ,. N. W Ilulilnger.oi Marse Henri has not a bit of usofor u. eu iy s lent brouL- for Maggie I Co Large crowds attended the services ldiflU, ircord 2. 18,, ine sire of .Margaret IIJMi. Mhe also produced llati I'onn.. that prohibition but that he is favorable to lliilbgnte,S:ll!4 tteitlu llrook., a, 2:171 y trotted a half mile on the ..me triukiitlt at both churches Sunday. 111 I II and sold for iieiibrook,i;m Jennie liroo. months local option, the following from his pen Klllott Htiine, tin', Ijuly Hrooi, SU Please note the rich luherltatice of speed It is the general belief in this section ...... .. ..,,,,,, will show: "The Editor of the Courier-Journ;;.,, riiieiii itriKik on iMith sides not n missing link for gener can't of i, i.i.iiiihni,..u nn, imrt ,.,i Henrch-ligh- t nitons, lined lo tills fellow anil .toil looks lives at Jeffersontown, Jeffer-ao- n that tho peach crop is killed. Itrlgbtllcht. nils, the three things etery bre. der s Tho whip have begun to T, :IW. .':il!. l'lirklllglltsllwl llVAleinn,, s r.M.' for slie, s.i d nnd look.. Mm him U'lore county, which is as dry us a bone, re coul2:7. Asiiliuul llr,iL v lit n......' laioklng your mares, and, to keep it so, he would exhaust his sing, which means that Spring is near. Wren by Ash Hind Wilkes. J.vi; recorii 'i:i" when mare, lire HirliilMeasou iiioner due with or bred to Mrs. W. S. Doan has returned from Uieslieof John It. entry, X.uiS.hully 'lj.' another horse. Mares kept nl 10 cent. 'r powers of suasion with his neighbors. Wllke, "l will not burial of her mother, who lived in Rock- KIM'i: Ashland Jleorge Wllke.. mim duy mid nil cure luki'n butcscne. Ihi Wilkes, ..III he by for uccldeiita or He has never at any time declared IIH.tt.ll.l'KHHV. "that local option is a failure," because castle. Htnnfonl, Ky. it is not. It is not only not a failure, There have been several land sales in Nuik. Asliinncl lliooklsiihiindsoine wnv wilhlotaof sulutance, lius n bold this section by various parties and it of going with speed, stjle nnd action. HI. but it Is sufficient to do all that may be oldest crop of colts lire two tear. nnd done by law to conserve morals of a seems that land is bringing its worth. they ure nil one could expect, they old.bear-In- g nil good color, with Tho Boone Bros, have their shop at Trial J. I trotting. lnrk luiy stnlllon, 18 () people and preserve the order of a comgniilstj lenndfliil.il. plenty llrook all( hands, fonlid August imi. 1st dam ear-ol- y Aslifiuid will the old stand of Boone's shop and are Hex Amerlcus munity" Volt,rm,C"1 ","'0" '" ,1J to ,n,,lri' d ) retord S;ll',.sln of Italtletoii, prepared to do any and all kinds of living ,l10 t""1'" . w",?.,.M.,u,Hl 'ule mid Jennet record S:HA'4, American llelle, of Onward Fires breaking out almost simul- work. juu. iuiij- iteeiie.uiiiu tor mine, nmi taj nod Iiothers Int'Slllsl; n sou Hilt I II erl:uV, l.nfonl ::!,, sire nfOnwnnl taneously in several sections of RochRoute No. 1 has been extended up to Keene wn. aired by Tom Keene; 1st dnm by nnd 17u other. In the ui Hat, Onward was N. Y., Tuesday threatened to de- F. L. Davis' store with a dozen or more l H.M'."V.1u":'r"".,'?a ".'!!" hr -v Hubble'i si nil by tleorge Wllke. till). ester, !.... Slid dam liueruia.alretl by Mnmhrluo King .....,.tMii,lil jjim stroy the city, and it was only after he- now boxes, which means a great in- noun, i...... Keenu .tiilidt full l hands. l.TS, sire of 7S, Including fjuly of the Manor iny black, with whlleoluisiiiidnau breeder Is :0l'i. Lord Hurby l.V7't. Heir ut Ijiw 1Vi roic work that the flames were controll- crease of mail matter. uii.uriMisseil u.muleorjeiinet Jack.lil.iolt. six other. Initio, nlwny. bringing the highest price.. ard iluiu Dotlet, by Nutwood flm, thu. .Ire ed. A high wind contributed to the of 171 In the list. bred elsewhere During tho Spring every one would traded, purled with or money , sire of spread of the fire and many buildings the Insurance anil Ulidittii.Toimx by Htrnthmore becomes due ui lu the list .m.. .....v ui niivit tlllllSnClIOll. were destroyed. Buffalo and Syracuse be benefitted by taking Foley's Kidney Mbdam, Millard by Albion, 6th dam Nml by Kdwlu Forest; 7tli dnm Ijidy Turner by were asked for help and sent apparatus. Remedy. It furnishes a needed tonle Mnmlirlnol'lilefil. 'I he Wurfleld Is n representntlve stallion The loss is estimated at $500,000. Over to tho kidneys after the extra strain (No. fflil.) (null tho word Implies. To say that he has 100 families are left homeless and it of winter, and It purifies the blood by Vol.fi, A. H. II. It KlugKiiglel. lahuiwl. sUe, substance and speed only In part the uunlltlea combined In this .on was necessary to call out the militia to stimulating the kidneys, and causing high, dark buy w 1th flow Ing iimne ,,d Devil. He ha. them and '"' P'l'"ty ' ,M,H'' " ' of Dare linnet rlcal character as to they are of prevent looting in the district swept by them to elominate the Impurities from SmuJuon!"' make him such s I'KblilllKK. Hlreil hv IIiumI ir,., ..... ,.. a stallion among many. Ills bend mid neck, it. Foley's Kidney Remedy imparts the fires. byDiiTliue 75. he by Htoiiialbjitck,0 ,. iKaly. feet nnd leg. ure perfect mid when now life and vigor. Pleasant to take. In connection with his III. "OJ",1 I.,"B M. ,m"' i'o"' Mminu seen great benuty nrecieclullyfaultiest gait Impressive. mid "y.!110 "otU .IreOnbliellli Legislature has New Stanford Drug Co. Tub Washington Kagle'a 1st .lam Hip, aft. You should e. till, horse before breeding. ton r. M. passed a law prohibiting men under 21 looked nt u .Iieby Knglelllnl.tiill he Old King ha. You will .ay you Meterthe only stnlllonbetter By an agreement between attorneys gle,7il.ldaui by H one. u,fn, aid by lui.7 The Wurfleld I. brood mure list. that and women under 18 years of age marHe dam. lu the great llurrla' Denmark. In, by Miller. o two rying. And a splendid law it is. It is for the Latonia Jockey Club and tho i4.lthdii.il by Jim Hell 1 borough 1..",., ' ha. twoMambrlno King crosses,Chief, one I'litchen. two Mmubrlrio NoiK. King Kiiglel.iicoiiiblnedstiillli.il. a shame that children of 14 to 20 are Kentucky Racing Commission the court u brewer of I ne colored nml high .tyl.d Clilmes, I Onwiinl, Hleurgu Wilkes I Kleu- I .uiwoou, i permitted to marry in Kentucky and of appeals advanced for oral argument colt..tliuyii biivlng.Ue. .tyleiiiHl nctlon. iioneer, crosses thuii any ninuuiiiore, more trotting stallion nllte. ne iiireii uiecoii unit won the L'si stake The Wnrlleld Is by Dare Hetll JWH, recorii i .'.? we hope the next Legislaturo will take on May 6 tho appeal of tho commission the Mtuuford Kalr.and lb., inai S:lHl. He by Maiilbrluo King 1?7U. lie lu from Judge Harbcson's decision in tho iii.lerdeleutliig here four of the get of steps to prohibit such a thing. he ly Muinbrlno great Hex 1 emlm Thl.get of King Ki g ". Muinbrlno 1'iilcheii Kenton circuit court, holding the legisChief II. Dam Mercedes, by Chimes .'.111, by , with l entries Oefeiited tie II..... Kleclloueer Is u great winner, rpE?IPKNT Takt Iiiu instructed D- lative act creating the commission un won thl.sliike two out ,f n,r.u. .1,.... : it Dure Detll lie won the n" .. . . -. I onlUiiniliMt. """."""giueiiignealprliea." I'luiiiiplonsliliiiit the National Morse Mhow irector North, of the Census Ilurcau, to constitutional. 1", In KI, class (; llrst Nutlonal llorae hbow lu " ,,;'"fi.i;u.!'',".w i t ' disregard nartv lines in securinir suit- M, claa. It, viuiinnlniiahlp N'utloiuil Horu' "Ten thousand men could not find V. ... ii living colt r" . '"..'. i nn Hhow IhW.classX llrst NiitliiiiiilHnrsfMhow v.itta man iinitnr tlw. fiuui naniiij UWVt .I PfflfV w.nnl'n itt trw. rf wi j l"u e ,u,.k, hi iiiu ivkiuil in which he it. ai'lU IIIUH Uiiuvi vw Mm. clns ID, championship National Horse The Instructions, it was said, have es-- 1 is hiding." said Col. Roy Hoffman, of V",i'.u itiLeoii" !iV.U (,,r h'rw' ' Mhow'ltsil. clns. t, first Nutlounl llorae Hbow thn OLI.lhomn Sll.tfl ........... iel,nlo,l II... ... ....... .. ...... "i?.i" V ,J."." ot ll.e niilitln ....w,vw ,lw l i I. . .1. . twinl r..ferenr - tn Hi.. Smith. ... ..... ..- ... laiuillll ,..,i oyiiieriier jmiKeeie mu. classfirstIlr- Nntlon.il Horse hhow class linn. lloslou Horse Hhow In, lu. recent, searcn ior tno Indian cnior. ir .U' hands Ms 1 v'". biKb.bliiek wltb whit, io.iu,ii tl'.riatrti llotou llorae Hhow Use. class 1. According to oil eia disnatches re. urent mule mek. second lloslou Horse Hhow It'll, class .1; Mr POLITICAL. All of thi nbo. meiitiouiii stock will ond lloston Horse Hhow lull, class i riserte ccived in Washington there Is a re- I ..,.,. w. lloslou Ilorau Hhow- llsJ, class I, third llosTIa.i, O..I nt mu Mvnj 11 , llnu.nr.1 ttna linan M.f.u....u nnuml u. u an u ..I ..,.. iruiuiLT ui M?" ................. "iMlllini inlinetinr stableI at. lou Horse Hhow 1MSI, 7. He slrcil The rtni. iivnai .w"... .ud vbv. pnnnlnlail t,,..ln, nl nl...n .1... ... Mill lit ,m t.. .:. u, ... twi.lmn.l-- r - WnlNenrf Hell nmlnlv nf . -u,.. tb.. ,uu, muma ui mc. pike." 'Marcsul.traded, pnrtid with or I lj lleiiu Idenl t Ift1,. lalre of l'r Incest Helm 1" Diiught.TV.IU'i. Hiirati Ham. :iW4i araguan troops elsewhere forfeit, the Insurance und iiionet IHiK Enual suffrage advocates of Illinois Dare Devil, Jr It'.Trlflcr Ucoiiiesdueiitthotlineof.ucli traiisnctluii. The packet steamer Virginia struck lor further Information call on or are going to Springfield in great num Will make the preaetit aeiisou ut my farm i.dilres. mile from UcKloiie), K.tut IIS to Insure hers to lay their claims before a joint a rock at Wcllsville, O,, and was put H.T.IIAIIIIIHA ItOHT.WllODH, u Lit lug Coll i uui ut cuiijiiiiboiuii leKUinuvu kuiiiiiiuicu. IMionoTX, Itlnga. Mtuuford, Ky. H. M. OWKNH, MoKlnnvy, Ky, IOHN C PEPPLES Kor Superintendent of Schools, GARLAND SINGLETON ' For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District, JAMES.McKECHNIE Kor Constable Htnnfonl District, I. M. BRUCE Will stiiml nt the burn of Felix White, 1', mile. Houth of Htntiford.n.'iirHouierx't plk it IIS to Insure n ll Ing colt. Mures from n dlatnnce grated ntOOanwi'ek Fire at Elyria, O., Wednesday causMoney due when mnrei. trndeil or pnrtml ed losses aggregating $100,000. with or bred elsewhere. Tho lejl though There was a heavy fall of snow Wed- enre taken,escapes. no responsibility fur or nesday in some portions of Wisconsin. When iidMnble Impregnntor will lm used. J. M. I'KTTfH, Htnnfonl, Ky. Mack and Arthur Whisman, father and son, were arrested In Wolfe county on tho charge of killing Goff Profitt. Here and There. FARM FOR SALE 1 I lnnd.lt Ing one mile North of Mc Kinney, on the Stanford pike. Improvements and retiring good: Plenty of water nnd fruli. Also t!t acre, of limbered land one mile Ku.t of McKlnneythalf under fence; plenty of wnternnd good tobacco land. Hregrow- ngcrop. J.A.UIVK.NH, Agent. McKlnney, Ky, The farm of fiacres, of good blue grass Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. lA K Ik .Um Ml aj u""1' j Alln "';. a a! 1 l GOLD BOND Our Boys' Short Pants Suits are truly things of beauty. We have never handled a Attrn SfrMftiM "K Dinwiddie & TAF&ft&i&rnR & " WtflW.'i?i&l?SI. Mtuii-ford line in as pretty patterns nor so beautifully made Knickerbocker Pants Suits in all the new shades from $3 to $10. iu Co. four-year-o- ld Huston ville, Ky. SHERIFF'S SALE.' ry an 1 Undertakers and Embalmers. We car- H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. line of goods. DON VARRICK. , court-hous- e 1 u.; E2S2agS2QeiQagQ332SB S PURE OLIVE OIL & :i ffi Direct importation from France. The ?Q Wj 11 r. Vur-ric- Payne-Aldric- l, m tp very best for eating and medicinal pur- poses." r -- ASHLAND BR00K7 i r. 1 m ID. g ?Q f m nnDo.er Br! r, - HnlfPJnbPinr K1 Iji-d- m PENINY'S DRUG Y t& al ,,w, STORE, poor-will- Btanford, Kentucky. (Jl g .lrt fcl-lo- THE'WARFIELD. -- t, Nuugh-lytllrlb- The American Fence. The Fence With Hinge Toint l- ear-ol- .... '- And Tension It ii hull .tronj,', pig Call nml k-- u- .- -- Curve. Which hau placed it in thu market n'cond to nunc Somo interesting jirictw for next SO for-fe- KING EAGLE. ' tight, well galvanized ami of tho liest Utseiner uteel wire. it. 4 ilny. Sou the Poultry Fence we have. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- -- - P"" King Eagle, Jr., Hlreil hyH. T. Harris' Klnir No "" K,,,",,.y",?vAHII ltoHlKliiKraU,liHliy(ln " Time, 745. he t.y Hloiiewiill Jackson, 7i.ltotiil Klnu'.lat ilaili Mol le Moiiiit. OKI, wa. lie thu fiilitM'l . ixliiKton, V. H.KIhk notiil lre. Katies, 1st lam lllp:ip..l.e hy Kaule lllr.l loll he hiiKlv7tsi.tiiiUiiiii Iteil l,iuii, aril ilu in by Harris Iieiiiiiark, he liv Miller k U, Itliilum liy Jim llell.ThoroughlireU. King Kagle. Jr'a., 1st (lam was Jlolll.. Iirelilion.slie livDIU llreiinoti, Imi iliuil Coll. nr Hiittiiiii. iiiiil'riiu. Imu.toliaty (riH'kett Norn.- - King rattle Jr., I. four dark lia) will! oneMliltelitnd foot, vara old, nml lull, stands full hand. high, weight. l,si Dm mid well proportion) d etery way. eoinlilnial stallion spend, style and ni'tioii nnd with plenty ofthat he his colt, show I. ii splendid tiremlt r lie will make the season of usual m) burn, mm mil,. West of Uiitnisliiirgou rlshlngi'reekiit Ilu to n lit lug colt. .Man. trailed, parted with or bntl wltlioia iny forfeit, the il tie ut such siiraiiee, nnd t ha inonet transaction, ran will lie taken lo pietvnt ucrlili-nl- . hut not rfsponslhlesliouldiiiiy r. I'lione in residence, Waynaslmrg lien-mar- NEERING. I am preiuireil toiloall kliutaof itirteyliiit ironiitly. My work unil cltlleiiKliieerlnu Hill lai Ktiaranteeil and ill v prlee. are reasonable. Write hi" nl Mi'liliiiiey or mil me I'KIiIiiukk. Mum-brlu- 'y ,,. . ; oter tlieteeiliotie tliroiluli the llustontllle KxcliaiiKe. . -- tm - I K... ... "u.un n..-..- :'......:,'. "'" '"""'ure l"?th ,.- "X l. -t t. WAI.Tl.lt MrKINSKV. '"-'''- K't """ .''"' . j,, FINE FARM IN GARRARD TY FtmSALE ! COUN- ll. .., ..,, u. n.I. "" -- .. . Di't-ir- . r.ti. .. 1 A line blue crass fnrm for sale sltuateil on newiiUe mar 1'olnt lnniti'll unit ill mill, soiitli ot ljineaster. eontiiliiliiu ao well joenteil in ijooil ni'ii;lilMirVioHt, Uiinu part of tlie John Walter tract, viltlia t new, .eten-iiKileslileiini thereon, ttllli nil anil KoU, nets Uirn Hf". Well unlereil. six neter fallltiK sirlni(s unit rnnnlnx tlirouitli, Tkiimii. l, rnsli In liniid. kalaiu'o one unit two years from ilny of sali', la'urlng six per cent Interest until iwlil, IVrsons lookliia for such place please write W, t). Walkkk, HtunforU, or see linml-some lo-stor.- l. ro 111 Kur-tie- I kcliunge (.(i.()AI,HWKUuiNU.V. It. K, 1). So. i. Way uvsb urg, Ky T --LO. Wwflk "PHIJfUWP ",T!: rmwvyrmrnmjmqjgirwr t V 3 Ladies Shoes S 1 for ft HInck or Tan two'cyclct Oozo calf low drcwi shoo. Laying Down The Law Tho swelled tor a In regard to shoe comfort is your privilege and wc have no argument mnko if tho shoo pinches, hut to W. Never did Children's Shoes. wo show so In I many pretty styles nnd at so rcasonnMc prices. $3 and $3.50 For plain KM, Tnn down, KM or Patent one nml two eyelet strap low (hoes. Your foot will look well in thesonnd the strap prevent tho slipping up and If The Shoe Fits You, Wear It. come and let in fit you with n pair out of our largo stock;wo havo tho kind to fit all feet and prices that wont entire your purc to havo fits. For Patent or Tnn two eyelet welt or turnsole. An excellent value. Wejdon't overlook nny of tho essential jmintfl necessary to shoe sntisfnetion. They must look right, feel right, stay right nnd the price mut ho just right. For the acme of shoe making in Tans nnd Patents, For n variety of Mylo in Patent and Tan, nlso tho walk easy style for tender Our shoes havo theso qualities. fecU straps nnd oxfonN. $2.50 If it ilotit, $2 and $1.50 50c White, Light Illuo and Tan. 75c and 90c For Jllnck, Tan or led strnp slippers. $1 and $1.25 For choice of half dozen different styles nnd in Vici, Tan nnd Patent. $1.50 and $2 nil toes and various styles, For infnnts soft solo strap or two button . SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrANFOiw, & SON, STANFORD KY. meeting 2 Ky., - A run. 10, 1000 FiNK linn of nil other Kishlnu Drug Store. Keck nnd Poles, Lino Tncklo nt Penny's PERSONALS. Mn. Sam Homnson was In loulsvlllo this week. Mokmhon HnioilT has been quite sick for several days. ii Mns. U II. Hilton visited her at Urodhead. s Mas. W. L. McCAnTY Is with at Plncvllle. Mn. J. S. Hockkii went up to Wednesday. Ma. Joscru GinsoN, of Somerset, was hero Wednesday. Mn. James F. Cummins mado a business trip to Cincinnati. Sow and cisht nlco ahoata for salo. J. M. McCarty, Stanford. Miss Irknk Romans, of Lancaster, visited Miss Lottie Carson. attoiiney G. D. Florence was In Lexington this week on business. Mrs, Cicero Ramsey, of Monticello, was the guest of Mrs. L. B. Cook. Mrs. V. II Jackson, of London. Is with her son, Mr. John II. Jackson. Miss Ida Rinkiiakt, of 1mdon, was i.. ...iri nf Mm John II. Jackson. Mrs. W. It. Diluon, of London, Is ttrr. Mrs. Josenh Coffey. ,,iu MRS. Pkxter HaixoU and children aro visitlnc relatives at Crab Orchard. par-entrein-live- hr Miss Nannie Woods Esoi.kman attended the hop at Mt. Sterling Tuesday night, LibMRS. Uoixie Wimit Coots, of erty, is with Mr. nnd Mrs. P. W. Whlpp. Miss Ida Lee Hours, of Garrard, is W. K. tliCRUist of her sister, Mrs. Everett Stone, of Louisville, up to soe hU parents Wednesday Warner. was nnd r . Thursday. Messrs. R. H. Woods and James ll. Ster-lint- ? Yowcll attended the dance nt Mt. on the 18th. MR. A. T. NUNNUI.I.EY, of tort Worth, Texas, arrived Wednesday to visit his parents. Mr. J. T. Adams camu down from Mt. Vernon to buy some of Ed cabbaRO plants. Kings-villMrs. Edmond MoitriiY, of Is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. W. Hub-bard's e. Mr. Thomas S Ucnson. our Middle Q R. burs correspondent, and Mr. busJones, nlso of Casey, were here on iness Wednesday. V.ilk-INSO- Gooch. in tho West End. Mk. J. W. 1'KKRIN and son. Jesse Perrin, of Anderson, Ind , are here with friends and relatives. Dr. AND MRS. F. II. I)R07. and httlo son, Donald, of Cleveland. O., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Alford. Messrs. Loan and Harvey respectively of Hannibal and their Moscow Mills, Mo., aro hero with brothers. Hooker and Ed Wilkinson. Mrs L. M. Goodkniuut and Master Wednesday for David GoodkniRht left Miss Elizabeth OreRon Pincville. as Simpon accompanied them as far Mrs. Martha Myfrs and son Stanford, wero hero from Thursday to Sundaylwith Mrs. Myers' brother. Mr. seriously W. II. Urown, who Is berty Louisville. Sid. of r accompanied by Misa Katlo Simpson and Mr. Green Clay Walker. Wn were in error when wo stated working that Mrs. Pearl Freeman was A friend In tho telephone exchange. but wo of tho paper Rave us the Item, find that helwas misinformed. been Miss ECHO Smith, who has seven months with spending the pat relatives and friends in Wapakoneta, re0., and visiting in other cities, has at Crab Orchard. turned to her homo tiiiikmonii has been call 11.. n Grove. Mo, on account of ed to Ash Mr. J. the serious Illness of his father, Mr. Thomas Metcnlf. Thurmond. L weeks, who has been cpilto III for several ,. nnd is now on tho, 1. 13 mum . ...,.-- -" Mrs. J. U. road to speedy recovery. 1 returned ho spent fromUeUnd, health several months. He ! In fine did before and look, as '.well as ho hi severo spell. of Mr. L.L. Walker and bride, Louistook'.the train hero for Wednesday afternoon They were ville MR. KlNDRtCK ALCORN has Fla., v, here Un-caste- r, News. i,nm! Carpenter and Miss Tevls, wero down from Stanford Advocate. attractive daughter. Ik you ur particular, try Denham's The person who by mlstako took a long mourning veil from opera house on Rex coal. Yards at Stanford and Rownight of Mrs. Wlggs' show will pleaso land. return to this office. Wanted, to loan $3,000 on first For Sale. 10,000 transplanted cab- mortgage land notes. Enquire at this LOCALS. bage plants, should bo planted now, office. Clothes French cleaned. Cook & and J 0,000 transplanted tomato plants. Attend tho Graded School EntertainFarmer. Wc have just received a beautiful line of Linen Wash Suits. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. ment Friday night and encourage the Moving pictures every night at the These suiU nru in all colors, beautifully trimmed and the mcro Patrons nnd friends of Graded School workers. Theatorium. are exported at tho entertainment giv- Rest line of wall paper and mattings fact they arc made by the "Queen Skirt Co." is sufficient recLand & Huchanan shipped four car - en at Graded School Chapel Friday wo havo ever carried. Prices right. loads of scrap iron to tho cities this evening at 7:30 o'clock, ommendation for the very latest in Styles, Qunlity of Goods, Tribble & Penco. i week. Ac. Wo invite your inspection and guarantee quality of goods, t LY time is here. Screen your doors Dr. W. N. Craig, till further notice, Handkerchief linens for waists in and windows beforo the flies get in. will be at the drug store of Shugars & fit and price. plain, stripe and check 25c to $1. Sev- Screen cloth doors and window screens Tanner. Those who need glasses will erance & Son. at attractive prices. G. D. Hopper. please call or leavo their names there. . cleaning and lettering monuI have moved to my store-rooFor on The first excursion of the year over ments call on Harry Jacobs, the Mc- East Main street and am prepared to the K. C. to Cincinnati will be run next Kinney monument man. plumbing and tinnine. Sunday. The fare for tho round-trido is . Uomu In and see the best rooting 011 $1.75 Train leaves Stanford denot at CHANGE of program Monday, Wedtho market. W. K. Warner. 5 a. M. nesday and Friday of each week at the & and 10c. Theatorium. JU8T received a car of Webber WagMrs. Lucy Cash on Wednesday sold ons, nlso wc have on hand Hoosier Corn to Mr. W. B. Hill, of Hustonville, her STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Hare Hansford, colored, was givn Drills, Disc Harrows and other farming handsome home on Danville Avenue 30 days in jail for stealing n lot of horso Seo us before placing and will give possession May 1. The implements. shoes from Grimes Heazley's shop. your order. CoITey & Hishop, More-lan- price is private. Egos for salo from Red hens, Wild kent. Alter May 23rd corner Mallard ducks and Toulouso geese. Mrs. The Lincoln County Medical Society suito of rooms in I. O. O. F. building. W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. will meet in Stanford nt 10:30 Tuesday Very suitable for lawyer's offices. AdPreserve your roof with tho best morning. Husiness of importance is to jacent to county court rooms. Now ocroof paint on earth; mixed on Somerset bo transacted and each member is urg- cupied by J. N. Saunders. Apply to J. ed to bu present. A good program has W. Ireland, Mgr. St., Stanford, Ky., at Eads' tin shop. been arranged. Sam Cochran, of tho East End, was John Watson and Susie George, The opening game of the coming both colored, were brought to the jail adjudged of unsound mind and tnken to the asylum at Lakeland a few days ago. base bill season will be played Friday hero from Lancaster to be kept until April, 1C on Graded School grounds. tho jail there is repaired. The former 1 have n very nice line of Danville Red Legs vs S. II. S ; gamo is charged with smuggling tools into pleaso my patrons, called at 3:30; admission 15 and 25c, millinery that will tho jail and the latter with forgery. which I invito the ladles of McKinney ladies free. Como nnd show your inand vieinity to call and see. Mrs. M. terest in athletics. KoiiERTS. -- Mrs. Bertha Roberts, V. Moore. aged 57 years, of Hrodhead, died sudUnder a splendid picture of tho denly of pneumonia, while on a visit to The Lincoln County National Hank gentleman, the Advocate says: Mr. George D. Weatherford is the affable her daughter, Mrs. Douglas Brown, at bought the $36,000 with of Lincoln counLebanon Junction. The burial was at ty four per cent, bonds ut pur. A pret- and clever purchaser of the drug busiCrab Orchard. Mrs. Roberts was the big deal but the institution is more ness of Mr. John S. Wells. He formerty as well known mother of Mrs. G. A Hays, who lives ly lived in Danville and is than equal to the occasion. here and is as popular ns ho is in his just over Iho Lincoln county line in There will bo an entertainment at old home town of Husionvillc. Ho is a Rockcastle. Graded School Chapel Friday evening member of Ryan Commandery of The Theatorium is now a thing of at 7:30 o'clock. Friends and patrons Knights Templar and a gentleman of beauty. The promoters have papered should encourage pupils by their pres- the highest order. Thu Advocate nls o and painted their place and put in adence. Admission usual prices. prints u fine likeness of Cashier J. W. ditional electric lights until it is as light as day when all of tho incandescents Whisky was considerably in evidence Hotkins, of tho Peoples Rank of together with a very compl- are turned on. The films now being here court day. Uno ioor fellow got "good nnd drunk" and caught a $5 fine. imentary mention of the splendid gentle- shown come direct from New York and none are over six weeks old. Good Chief of Police Carter aays he has his man. oyes on tho blind tiger operators and Pursuant to a call of tho county crowds attend every. show and everythat they aro going to hear something board and in compliance with the law, body comes away more than pleased. drop soon. tho Fiscal court metTuesday and mado a Go if you have not been and you'll get 011 should lie well dreed. When clothes uro as good nnd as moderate 10 cents to apply on all proper- tho habit good and strong. in price us they aro with u, thcreV nothing but bliiuie for you it you don't ON April Ith this office received a levy of discounty except in those drew well, not extravagantly mind you, not expeiiMvvly, jiibt decently, letter from Mr. S. II. Martin, of ML ty in Lincoln I'reventlcs thoie Candy Cold Cure levy is already as much that's all. It wont cost you much to lit out with us. Take our 817.50 Vernon, saying, "kindly discontinuetho tricts whero tho money raised by this Tablets will safely und quickljcheck Spring Suit us an instance. You oouldn't have clothes mado to your order, I. J. I must get along without it." as 20 cents. The all colds and tho Grip. Try them once go to Improve school which would fit you any better, or nny that would have more tailoring in On tho 12th another letter came from taxation shall Sold by l'ennys Drug census and paying and seoHS-iw- . them. Or do you prefer coat and troupers with fancy vert? If to, you will Mr. M. with 1 enclosed, asking that houses, for taking by some dis- Btoro. Come in and advi-- o with us. find ua with un excellent back numbers bo sent and tho paper debts already incurred tricts. Not tho least beneficial will bo continued to his address. tho establishment of a County High F. A. Clego, of the firm of F. A. School. The County High School and Draft Stallion, at 10 to Insuio a Llv Clegg & Co., Louisville, met tho fiscal tho Stanford High School will be Ing Colt. court hero Tuesday and got tho conthe coming year. The County Also a good Mule Jack at tho same tract for heating the new court house. Hoard of Education has already enterprice and on same conditions. Mr. F. II. Miller, who is superintending ed into an agreement with tho local says board to that effect. Now let tho patho building of tho court-bousM. S. Haughman, Stanford, Ky Mr. Clcgg's firm is an excellent ono trons of tho rural schools see that their and our peoplo may expect a good job. children complete tho common school 1909. all of -. 9 '' branches and then enter the County Wo will aland ut my farm near I'rench-ernlEvans. -- Mr. Georgo W. Evans, ono High School free of charge. To be enHlliit tliu of tho best citizens of Garrard county, titled to free tuition in this high school Jack, which lm perliup gotten hi Aiiderton iniiny liu 10 coiieainny juck in iuw couiuy, m 11 iplen-dliWednesdied at his home in Lancaster llxlng colt. Will nlo tinmltho l tho pupil must tako tho examination lViivlne tnlllon, Ht'd Hex. Jr., by ltl day, aged about P0. His wife, who was beforo tho County Hoard of Examiners Hod, he by Ilex lVnlm', ut III) to lnturu a Mrs. Sallie Traylor Perkins, a sister of lllngi'oft. He will bu on tho second Friday and Saturday in only limited uuinberol uermltted to in inarm. Messrs. John and W. II. Traylor, of May. It is recommended that each boy W. r.GHiMkn. Levi Hkll. this county, died a number of years ago and girl tako this examination if they I'rencherivllle. but a sister is left to mourn tho loss of havo any intention of attending County u brother, whose love of and devotion High School next year. If tho new to her was beautiful indeed. Tho burial luw is a benefit, let it become operative occurred in tho Lancaster cemetery at once. Tho people of Lincoln county Olmniploii iliow ntulllon of Kvntucki. yesterday morning after services at tho can help to raise Kentucky from her Templtf Mill Htoi'k Farm. of urn ml Hlreot lln llur, winner New York; Ijiily Ited Uaf, wlinu r Christian church by Rev. P. M. Tin- low scale of illiteracy and make things wnlk-tio- t i'la,(Juk'UBO,uiiU lliegrey der. that won the tuddTeund go by encouraging every ono to patron- uV Ihu Kentucky Mute Kulr, liuriit-i- andclan' more l!", i nhow iionea nnd The Interior Journal publishes u ize high schools and colleges. Nov that tiniii thiiiiuiiy lulllonlii Kentucky. picturo in its last issuu of how tho now u high school education may be had by ijoih.1 one, or liuuruii colt, uiul ice. court-houswhich is now under con- any ono free of charge, let every op- IU.0O 1'iikli at t limt of r K K. (IU1HAIU. llariiKltliurii. Ky. struction, will look when completed, portunity bo seized for betterment. Tho Get liin-- and give your orders fur Fertilizer. anil if it measures up to tho picturo it desire for what wo lack and tho cease! will bu ono of tho most exquisite strue- - less striving after better things makes 1 lmvu tho uicoct lino ut lluggies, Surrey, IMmtiiiiM ttud. IiUimlioiits that I eures of its kind outsidti of Lexington, us men. Let the pupils who intend to annexed, und wo greatly four that Ed Walton go to some high school, tako tho exam-wi- ll ofAn Admlul.trtitor. with the will ducciiMxl, Call und look Wuro liuying. Also MrCormuuk the e.luli' of Millie A. Miliimm, havo ever haudlod. g get so proud that ho will quit com- - j ination beforo the County Hoard of will Oil SATL'ltliAY. MAYI.IUU. to Somerset at all. -- Somerset Jour-- 1 amlners tho second Friday and Satur-nal- . between thu hour of lUoelock A. M Globe Fertilizer for Toluoeo mid Corn. Seo the KniusHJ Pivot mull e Ncv-eEd is proud of the court- - j day in May, get u certificate of o'clock e, M., at ilu.toutllle, l.luculn Co., K ., ut public ulu lour thurea of .lock In und everything else in this good uation in tho common sthool course und lluloullle National Ituuk, n'ortluu thu Axlo Hiding Cultivator. the county but ho likes Somerset and would j attend tho County High School free of rUhtto withdraw nny tlmreor lire if tho bid la not tutlafitctory. Tenua null. go thero oftener If business would do- - charge. Let all rejoice that another UKO. II. WKATHKKKOIU), ' forward movement has been made. Adtu.bulllu A. iblpumn. mUnd. Judok J. W. Alcorn wos in Lexington this week. Miss Mary Elizaiieth McKinney has a mild case of scarlet fever. Rkv It. II. MaHONY and Miss Virgin-l- a Mahony hnvo returned from n protracted visit to relatives in South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Shanks arrived from Watsonville, Cal., Monday. Hoth loulc as If tho golden coast agreed with them. There will be n good roads nt Ottcnheim next Sunday at Everybody invited. r. M, See new lino linen wash suits Hughes, Martin & Co's. New millinery and seo them. goods just in. Misses Straub. at Call L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble V. O. Mnrtin For Sale. Puro S. C. Hrown Leghorn eggs. Improved laying strain. Ky. Mrs. R. L. Kerry, Hustonvillc, Phono 83-- rings. 3 For house. SALE.-Chl- ld's portablo play Apply to Claiborne C. Walton. Linen wa$h suits. ilia HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes. d. e, m&0r THERE'S AO EXCUSE. GEORGE HUR, W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. For kinds e, Highest Market Prices Paid COUNTRY -- SEASON OF n ll in-u- - PRODUCE 11 iri Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. RED LEAF H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford. chain-ploiuhli- i. Keld-lii- hlKh-irk'- IiIkIi-uIiim- llo 11 FARMERS! E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. Salelof 'Bank Stock Ma-chin- Ex-In- 1 e. grad-hous- ' Sfc. L4M T '" v -- t (BWW V. FARMER'S DEPARTMBWT. Good Jersey milk cow for sale. W. 0. Walker, Stanford. at Stanford at J. Crlt Eubanka says that cut worms Mniendintke mond-daarc playing havoc with his hemp. mnltrr. Millionaire HuRRln will put out be tween 300 and 400 acres of tobacco on N. TITCE his immense Fayette county farm. No.Sl.Houth.lltMr. M. The stock barn of J. J. Ducr, of No.St.Houth.llWO A M. No. I(, North, tin) A. M. Franklin county, was burned. Six hors. North, f:7 P. M. No. No.T7, 10:1 a.m. es, one mule and all the pro vender were No,fi,:r,. destroyed. For Sale. Ono red yearling short JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. horn bull and one f jesh Jersey, a fine The Truth butter cow. A. W. Carpenter, More-lanKy. Every person in this city who issuf' A bill designed to prohibit the publilering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand rufi or any form of skin or scalp dis cation in newspapers of betting odds on .c ran fiml rrlief and be permanent horse races, passed the New York Sen-at- o by a vote of 31 to 13. y cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi A little sulphur put in the boxes of external use. All durcB"" Ie a corn planter with the seed corn is PENNY'S DRUG STORE. said to be a certain preventive against tho ravages of cut worms. Every one of the 556 stalls at the track of the Kentucky Racing AssociaSurgoon Dentist, tion at Lexington has been reserved STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. for the race meeting beginning April The Interior Journal. Poti-Offisi A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Hcmcdy. No opium, no chlo- mill roform) nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. FOR SALE for sale. Will Mil either 1 power boiler and engine ami saw or both. Oiias. K!sMMi,OUenhelm, Ky. I'ostomce, Warncsburg, Ky, L. 5 THBLE "So you have quit being a poet?" DEITS COLLECTED. "Yes, n friend pointed out that It We collect notes, claims and accounts In was just as easy to sell lightning rods any part of the United Htntes. No charges as poetry." unless collected. Collections promptly remitted. Try us. tsssBBasff .mLMrfm CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I llOYtl'HCOLLKCTIONAIlKNOV, Kotnerset, Ky, h 2 2, can furnish the public with tho liest, as well as tlm freshest of cut flowers, plants nf Tha Jowph Prlca Sanatorium, nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short North lAncntter Htrcct, notice. Also make it specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nliore, I have, alt Kontucky. kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices. (IHKKN IIOUHKH. CH UlHTMAN for Treatment of Diseases of tho K)e, Nose, KnHlrliliAHli, I'hoh. Throat, Kar, (lenlto-l'rlnnrItectal .OrHtnnfonl.Ky. gans, NennusHystem and Hurgery. tanford, CHESTER JEWEL. MASONS' MEET. Lincoln l.odge No. (VI. K. A A. M.wlll meet In slated communication on each first ami third Monday nights of each month, at 7:.' o'clock In their hall on Main street, Members of sister lodges are fraternally Ins Ited to bo present. 0. 1.. I'eniiy W. M.,T. W l'eunlngton.rlec. A. S. PRICE, .1 Office over McRoberU' Drug Store in the Owsley Buildinp. Iniuraa Tobacca and Tobacco larnt. A" p Nothing But Insurance. !. t Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, i STANFORD, KY. Residence I'lione 80; OMce, K. Insure with me and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox hnnilinnip. Inrtrn vntlnff Jer30V tlUlt. d' of scended from n long nnd uubroten lino Isthe most noted bulls and cows on tlie KtiKlnml and America. Ills of Jer-e- y land irciinnnrtlm liest bulls ever Imported" given nnd his ilam Is u show cow that hns you lie. pounds of rich mlllcln one day. If Ileve "Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor" nnd hae n strictly good cow. you should avail yourself of his ser miii.i-vice, lie win oo lllioweu iu bci o cons out- nntnlu.p .if Atinrnv.i1. registered Side of our own herd this yenr, for n fee of S3 each. Make engagement before sending cow 10 lie urea Aunr.iM nr.ii'(Stanford. Ky, Telenhnne mi. N. 1J. We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at rigm prices, T. ft i ney Trouble and all diseases arising from imnnrfl iiinmi it hn nn ptiunl. It Is manu factured under the pure food act of June , lWji.nnd giinnuueed liy the inanuiacturer n directions the Remedy Islakeu according toby and if heorshelsnot benefited your the use money. of the Remedy we will refund We can do nothing more. Kuch package contains an closes It It n registered guarantee und mulling curd with lullinsfuctlons. We send It to any address by mall on receipt of SI per package or six lockages for If taken In 15. Better order n Uiito-diiy- . h uiii. time you might save a uig uoctoraccordRemember If ion take the Uemedy ing to Instructions nnd are not benefited, vou gei your uotnir oiick, iuu ... iwi nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only bv our duly nutliorlied agents, Hr.Utlr.N WILLIAM. Agent. the Yon can find our Htnndard Itemed)-euicineyei Known fretttestbirxxtuiuiiivor in Halt Itheum. Kid At McKinney, Ky., , ft. CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of concreting, such as lllock Work, Pavements and, in fuct. we can muke any thing from i house down ton fence post. We can s sere you promptly and guarantee work and material. Cull and get our prices before you buy your materlul at least. first-clas- I K a? FKILLIFS BROS., Stanford, Ky. My stallion. Chester Jewel, black In hands high, will make the season of Hn at mv stnlil.. fmtp tulle. YVp.t of drab Drphnrtl nl mouth of Oedar Creek, at l to Insure ir1 IIT1IIK IU11. Hired by Chester tin re, 1st dam by Hecond Jewel, This mnrn Is thedam of n iiiarv that soldforIJ.no. znddam by Holmes' Ilrelinoll. itrddnm Anna lluford.by Mnntte, 4th dniii lleuln, by lloston, fttlMlam by Kpsllou, Mil dam by Old Denmark, ;th dam by I'olyer. 24th. Money due w hen colt Is foaled or mare per Beau Naboth will make the season of traded or parted. Mitres graied at month, nil bills paid tffore remnnl of 1909 at my barn. Oring me your bar- mares; not responsible fur accidents or esren mares. I have successfully used capes. JOHN W. HOLM KM, Grab Orchard, Ky the impregnator for two yft&rs. Felix White, Stanford, Ky. Those wanting my pure Boone county White seed corn will find it at T. D. Will make the season of ltou at our stable, of Htanford, 1H Kewland's, Stanford, Ky., and Banks to miles Northwest colt, lllack Ky., at 115 Joe Is by Insure it living Preston fca, Kentucky's greatest saddle stalHudson, Lancaster, Ky. $1.25 per lion, he bv Washington bit lllack Joe's 1st bushel. W. E. Moss, Lancaster. 2t. dam l.uclln by Messenger IrenninrkjZddam ermont llettle ltoblnson by Robinson's Hainbletonlan, he Is it very line Individual; PREACHERSVILLE. with one w bite fool ; stands 11V, hands, black weight 1A pounds,: J years old Mine saddler showy In and Uev. Pierce Bryant filled his appoint- and veryHee htm harness; ot line st)leyour before jnu look action. ment here Saturday and Sunday, preach- mares. Is traded or parted (season ing three fine sermons. A largo crowd with. All due If mare taken to ntohl accicare will be dents, but not responsible should any occur. heard each sermon. J. II, KAPHA HONM. Htanford, Ky. Mr. A. J. Thompson and family arc delighted with their new home in Boyle county. Mr. T. had been a resident of this county for 20 years and everybody V0l.ll. who knew him liked him well. He was Champion .1 gnlted saddle stallion of Kentucky. Winning at all the Kentucky fairs one of our most substantial citizens, a and also at the horse show at IlufTalo N. Y., fine farmer and an excellent neighbor. Ht. Umls.Mo.. and Kansas City. Hired by Washington, No. 61. We give this family up with regret, but First dam Hell, by Ithoderlck No, 101. Hecond dnm by Denmark. wish them much success in their new Ho Is a brown liore l'r hands high with lino stile and ery high action. It Is useless home. of this to av more aliout hlui as tlieM-opIMiss Katie Payne was the guest of nnd the adjoining counties know his record as it show horse and also for limiting Mrs. Joshua Daniels in Garrard. Misses He will make the season of llsv, at my Fannie and Ella Thompson were with the stable In Crab orchard. Ky., at 111 reason-abl- e llgure of fcv, to Insure n Inn colt. relatives here. Mrs. J. Kirby, of LowWill keen mares on urii-- s at li per month. ell, was with her mother, Mrs. Henry but will not he responsible for incident or nuirv is is Blankenship, who is dangerously ill. escape oi siock. rvn.oii or nue ii to other bred tnideil or parted with, Mrs. J. F. Payne visited at Rowland. stock. J.C. HAILKY. J. W. Blankenship, of Mercer, wns Crab Orchard, Ky. D. Horton is back here recently. J. from Martinsville, Ind. D. J. Rigsby Dorscy Golddust, 12052. and wife and Miss Hettie Rigsby visitKull brother to Kstelle, No. 319, ed here. Hired by ZlleadU.olddust. Itm. (by Cold-du1M by Vermont Morgan ami on to Jiit!n Morgan. MATRIMONIAL. Thedam ofllcadl Ooiddust was by nn Imp.Arnblnn Htnlllon Is Florence The dam of Porsey A Pensacola, Fla., couple, aged 14 bvlioldin Mingo ChiefOolddut Halls Comet it son of and 13 respectively, ran off and mar- Morgan and on to Justin morgan. NurK. This Is an Intenvli mbrisl Morgan ried. Htulltou the blood now In demand. A rich buy, hands high J lies Royston and Miss Ellen CofTman dappledstallion black xliits, IS ami action, IJuitu of great beauty will be joined in wedlock's holy bonds wltbspeet! nnd endurance and unexcelled asu producerof high class show, road and at J. L. CoiTman's Hasteni hores. The records of his produce In show ami sale rings prose his The engagement of Mme. Lillian Nor-dic- a bothmerit usa producerof line road, value show and to George W. Young, millionaire and sale horses. The present season will Ikj made at III)' and president of the Windsor Trust barn S't miles from Htanford, at saitotusure Money due Company, has been made public by New n living colt. with. Mareswhen colt conies or kept on gru at mare parted 1(V per day. (ood care given but no York papers. for accidents or escapes. At Lexington JamesW. Yeager and K. HKIIl. Miss Lizzie Butner, just 13 years old, were made husband and wife. The par ! ents of the brido were present and gave their personal sanction to the marriage The safest, surest and most iideiiuate safe which was solemnized at the courthouse guard for the future l a itollcy In Mutual Benefit Life In the presence of a carious crowd. o Notice Poultry Ralsara ! fll "Black Joe" but makes them lay. t'rlco (si cents, nocure.no my, guaranteed by your druggist, (leo. I.. I'euny, try It under the. guarantee, Askfor Nioklet on diseases of poultry. Now Is the time of year tofeel your fowls a good tonic, cures Cholera, (tapes, Itoup, canker and l.lmlierneek, when fed as n preventive It not only keeps them healthy dS Id B. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv Dopot Stroot, Phono 90. STAWFOUD. KENTUCKY. a scientific preparation foi external use. Stop itcbinc instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diteast. Ecxema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write (or simple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. EMO, Eczema is Curable PRESTON 922. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. plen. SEStj leg up to tlie minute. Prices lievnnil competition. We also state that our Spring Lino is now wmplete. To Rive iinmey, como ami sec siitl lie eonvinceil. Our Spring Line of Shoes for luiiox, Mios ami Cliijilren atnl Ilitnnn ami Walkover lines Yours for an honest deal, Ciiahlkb Wiinci.itii. Penny's Drug Store. PEYTON. I will stand my fine mute Jack IV) ton. at nil farm at Moreland, Ky., at iitolusute it living colt. registers! Also will stand n standard-breWilkes stallion mid three line )ouug Jacks will lie to st rie it few mares free to my regular customers where they liresil three miirisitr more. d i e pur-Kse- s. II. II. KINO. st Zlk-sd- our lino oi (icnl's Shoe tt ill certainly nro hummem ami are strietly reiiabie. Have jour measure taken byntnllornf Then jnnr clothes, whetliera low price biislm ss suit or the Uuest evening clothes, will huve that Individuality and III which plainly Indicate they were made to measure. 1 will alto take your measlour for ure extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Hprlng and Hummer samples on baud rwuly lor jour lniHetlou H.C. ItUI'LKY.TheTallor, Htnufnrd, Ky When Ordering Clothes Mahony & Rankin, INSURANCE, and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. lis-jmy-In- g Fire, Life, Accident PL IX faTwBaHfaMaffsay --U' resjion-slblllt- Safeguard the Future The Insurance Co. Words To Freeze The Soul. It Is conspicuous for vi'onouiknl manage "Your son has consumption. Hit input. Ilberallt) of Its policy contracts, fair is hopeless." ineso appal ling words were spoken to Geo E. nicvens, a leading merchant of Spring-helX. C , by iwo expei t doctors ono a lung specialist. Then was shown tho wonderful power of Dr. King's Xew Discovery ''After three weeks' use," writes Mr. Uleven's "ho was a well as ever. I would not take all tho money In the world for what it did for ray boy." Infallible for coughs and colds, Its tho safest, surest cure of des- perato lung diseases on earth. 60o. andl Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free Penny's Drug Store. caso d, Klgut of the lending companies of the world represented. Couiivte In rates with all tbecoiupaiile. of the world. record unsurpassed. Never hail it law suit In the history of this agency Losses promptly pain aim witiioiu Ulstouni. .10 money tielore InwitluoK 'ms suring, call on iorotir Investigate before placing your order. STANFORD, KY. This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. MAHONY & RANKIN, Tlie Insurance Men of Stanford. W. H. HIGGINS, Che Cittcolta bounty national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. J.L.Beazley&Co., ? dealing with It. iiiciutiers and large returns to iKiiicy noiucr. The company Is Just entering the of it successful business career with mere pollcv holders In Lincoln county tliiin SIXTY FOURTH YEAR at tz' TV all other companies combined. Write lor particulars, stating aguaud whether mar I rled or single to It. M. KWIiAM II H'Clal Agl Mjers House Flats, Htanlord James I, White, Hollcltorfor Kockcnstle Co, Rheumatism I hsre foond a tried and tested cum for Rheu-mitfiI Not a remedy that will straighten ths aistortcd limbs 01 enronio cnppies. nor turn pour irowths lack to flesh again. That Is ImpoMlblo. llut I can now surely kill the pains and (augs of this deplorable disease. In nermanr with a cnemiit in me uty 01 Drmsudt- -I found the Utt tniredlent with which l)r. Snoop's UheuxoaUo Remedy ws made a perfected, dependable presenpuon. nitaout that last Iniredlent. I succMstnlly treated many, msnycasesof Kheumstlsm!butnow,atl,t,Itnnl- lormly cures all curable rases ox this heretofore rmauir much areauea cismso. loose saua-iis- o wastes. found lnKheumUe,BiOod seemtodlssolre nd pau away under the action of thU remedy as U pure water, freely at dors wjar when added And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes from the sysUin. and the. osuse of freelx KheumaUsm Is tone forever. ITiere 1 now no realneed-jioartu- ale Tnisut in attifTr lnnffar with out help. Wo poll, and La cvafldeac rcoinmDd niniMITV DARFIQR9 I. ' Capital, $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, UnileitaKera and Embalm era. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Thm a Call. Prices Right Howell Do you will be able to kill Powell Sure; if ho can send 'em a Weekly. suppose Roosevelt lions in Africa? he can't shoot 'em message. Harper's STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, $. . Undertaker. Emfcalmerand Dialer In HarneigSaddlery, I . fY. OEtfkoi,l' A r't-warriag- liom(l'boc t.r plkout 115 to In.uroa living colt LEADER. Money due If mure Is traded after being bred. (line ., At...the.. samo ,... und splace I will stand. I'leuiy ot grass at i!.nu iwr inoiuii, saveu ,.. . .. a failure?" uiucti jaca lormeriy otsueu ny for mures, no otliur stock mixed with tue !fcp"endj altogether," answered the M. II. Kubanks. Hu Is u fine I mill Idual und mures, havu grass lots und large stables for his colts sneak louder than words of bis mares to foal, drain fed ut cost, WMtrVrtsed cynic, "on the amount of y qualities as a breeder. This will be his third I'lione III residence, Hustonville Ktchungo, season. (10 for mam mule (7 for horse mule, W.M. INtDIt, involved." J. K. McKKUHNlr;, Hubble, Ky. Hustonville, Ky, J Kenton of llv. Hire of Cnlvln C, iilb'i, Al Hums, Ziiv'j, ami six others with trim, from X:Ui to l:li, thosu nro the only ones that wei eeter handled for speed, Alto the sire of one dam mill l.. one In the :.! list. Hired bydaniUtta by (I. ,V C. the sire of u In the lll.t,11 In n mile In 2:10 nnd Is'tter. claimed to Imi the greatest S:M) with three weeks' handling. Hired by sire III the world. 1st 1I11111 Uitlsy Kleld (DM, J:IW; 8I11 .ti7 list. In (lumbettit dam of 6 with s The loss caused by the fire which de In J:W list, Wilkes list, Kl In the :s) list, (grand by KutleldltilM.houof of from 3:17 to IJ In JilJ I Hainbletonlan Orfanixtit. (Irandslreoiaiv 10, Heeley's American Htur. hnlleid stroyed the Kenilworth Inn at Ashe- - SIX Iu tho iii) list. rdiords of tVM or trotters 1:?jda in byIu tut, hlsUaiigliters uud imcers with Udter. have m In bus u durilui ana" vllle, N. C, is estimated at $250,000, One of his great grand sons Is credited with tul. or U'tter, Ind dam (lulcksten by Ken- tuuky f.nx, U'ui Jr.. slru George W. II performers. and his descendant. In f.SU niiude. l'rliice,mid dams olJ.i). tho ttfi list with 175,000 insurance. S:i7'j list, all told, me now about 7U In nuiiiber. of la In in 'DiuMands Istilum l'luk Hturtlo by Mambrliio Htnrtle Drdilani by Old Joe, sire of tho itaniof J.O.. JPas Vandermlt was the chief owner. of S,liicludlng PUl.slrHOf bland dams SI1I. Foxy Curd :W, Chesley ilu nnd (Initon curries the blood of four leudliig families! 11 iimbletonlitii, Wilkes, Mumbrlno Pains of women, head pulns, or any others. 2nd dam Martha, by L le Wilkes 411V1, sire Chief nnd Heeley's American Htur. of and dams (laltou'srolts have gone against and depuin stopped In 20 minutes sure, with T. 7 :UVW,Ullug of llessle lA'ach S:l",, Jolin feated the best Iu harness classes und roadIMS, and Mothers Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See Srduum KlUu, by Jiup, lluckden. ster rings, they lire In great demand, selling OFFICERS. make the present seusou at Iteverss full formula on 5o llox. Sold by Pen- the stable willJames McKechnle ueur Hub- us high1Mitsto :.'. utter maturity, yearlings of (iultini will stand ut my from f I. S. Ilocker, President,, ble at liuto Insure a Dug colt. uillet West of llustouvlllu on stable ny Drug Store Mr F. G. Frltts, Oneontu, X. V., writes: "My little girl was greatly benetltted by taking Foley's Orlno Laxative, and I think It Is the bebt remedy for constipation and liver trouble." Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo Is best for women and children, as It Is mild, pleasant and etfectlve, and is u splendid spring medicine, as It cleans es the system and clears tho complex 1S.2 hands, foaled In llnki. bred ion New Stanford Drug Co. P.Cecil, Hunvllle, Ky. Trotted Mahogouy bay, 1.1', hands high, weight Hounds, nerfectlv sound. Trotted In :zsand racks last. Him live distinct gaits, lllue string hor.e from colt to present date. ' Never defeuted In miHlel ring uxcept by lit. twocolts. Iiefentedrfhead 111 miHlel ring I at llarrodsburg. Colts very kind to break uud unusually Intelligent. (Irent breeler for high action colts, limit uniform breed- er. never not n sorrel niit. Ills eult iir.t in ! stake ring for Jl ut llarrodsburg, HO. Huckllugcult llrst Inhurntss ring nl Htnte Kulr, IUM. i.l ol lilsiolts nveniulng J',)cnrs sold foruverage price of Jill. Iiiiutri high shoulders, lung, tnperlug necks and gool hendstonll Heasouof Iuu In Hiistoiivllle at .I3 to Insure it llvecolt or 1:5 I lie season, Money for season due ut tlinu of first sir vice. Dignity Hiiro Is too well known to mnke further mention of hlui necessary. Hlgnlty Hurt) wits 111 ver defeuted In herd ring. (Irnss furnished nt IJJn er mouth. Cure' taken to prevent accidents und escnH's but not resnonslble should itnv occur. Mares moved, tradtsl, partial with or bred to iinother horse makes serv Ice money due, rtionuln resilience, Correspoiidencu solicited. ll.H.CAlU'KNTKIt, llustouvlllu. 11 f Surplus, Resources, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT B. PAXTON, J- Ps J. J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSt Dr. Shoop's J. Rheumatic Remedy PENNY'S DRUG U. Owslev, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Han- kin, Lancuatur; J. H. 1'azton, Stanford; II. Traylor, STORE. . Gilherts Creek; IX. L. ilublilo, Lanciutor; W." ii. Cutiiuiiiis, Preacherdville; Lilliurii Goocli, Gillicrts Creek. t GALTON 12910. REVERSA 47162. Jursi Tfati'onal ffiankj Stanford, dfcy. SS, OOO. unit on Our 9foriU DIRECTORS. J, H. Uaughmio. i .(', SS2. Capital Stoci, S5O.O0O. llndtviditi iProih. paid sneo OrganUation, S2I, 500, fit vita 7eu V. Held, Jf lii JLr, e oli-bn- S. T. Harris, John J. McKoberlJ, Cashier; II. C. Uiughman, Asst.Casli'r W. W. Saunders, Bookkeeper, M D. Hlmore, J. M. Pettui, H. C. Ilaughroan, . K Curamlni, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinwn, W. U. OBannon J. S. Hocker, C. E. Tate. ! s. .aV MSW 4 tjttfj) .I