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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): April 20, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909042001_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 20, 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. If ' W"" f W ' I mnr(rnitfrspr Tomt - rr" i: The Interiop Journal VOL. XXXVII. Here and There. IN STANFORD, KY TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1909. NO. 15, 7 NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. Attorney Henry C. Ilazelwood, of Dan Lanier, nged 31, Is tho youngest The wheat crop is looking fine in this London, fell and broke both arms. locality nnd tho prospect for ?l whea grandfather in Georgia. maintain national pawnshop. An Ideal Walking Mrs. Lucy II. Cottenglll has been apTho Model Drcwlng Co., of Evans-villat the thresher Is flattering. Kalph McCorkle, rcI 1C, foil whllo Corn planting is under headway nnd ball at Kvansvllle, lml , and pointed (Kistmaster at I'ino Hill, Itock-castfailed. Ind,, has playlntf Oxford county. Miss Mary Channy, of .anesville, O., n largo acreage will ha put In. There broke his arm Williamsburg defeated London 12 to was butted to death by a vicious ram. will be large crops of tobacco In this loThe Mechlenhuoj Hotel at (Vitie Welud Two men were killed In the cxplotlon cality, varying from five to 100 acres. City, Va., burned. causing n $2tHO00 10 in a game of base hall Saturday at Sole, the latter placo. of a At n meeting of tho graded school factory at Gordon, Iom, with 175,000 Insurance. Extension Deputy Collector Frank I'. Elliott, of III. Edge. trustees it was decided to employ no Mrs. W. A. Younc is one of tho ats Sam Taylor, a Negro, was hanged at teacher who does not hold a torneys for Heaeh Hargls, whoso trial I.ondon, was acquitted of tho chargo of VERY SWELL forgery whllo county clerk of I.aurol. Newman, Ga., for tho murder of a certificate and who has not had at least was called at Irvlno yesterday. John Hawkins, an aged white man, member of his own race. six months' experience. Tho annual emigration from Europe Eiict Reproduction ef this Strl SKm. Tho II. II. Northcott Produce Co. Is Gov. Wlllson commuted tho death amounts to 000,000. A small per cent-ag- o was given two years in tho penitentiary of these persons return after n few by a Kockcastlo county jury for killing sentence of William Green, the Negro doing a thriving business and filling a Horace Iteynolds It yeant ago. who was to have been hung in Louis-vill- o long felt want. Mr. Farris, who has years. Friday. Robert Dureson, aged DO years, a charge of the business here, is giving Sixty-sistudents of Castle Heights A gas explosion occurred nt tho mine entire satisfaction. School at Lebanon, Tenn , have been member of the firm of I'otts & Duroson James Routon nnd family had a close susjended for tho remainder of the Milling Co , and one of the most sub- - of the George Creek Coal & Iron Co. term for running off and Kointf to n cir- stintlal citizens of Madison county, Is at Farmlngton, W. Va., and three min call when lightning struck a tree a few dead ot his home near White Station, ers were killed. steps from the house, completely decuit. Robbers dynamited the safe of tho molishing the tree and knocking out 10 A terrific explosion nt the pumping after a short Illness. A Frankfort special says: Gov. Will- - Hank of Lucien, Okln., and escaped window glasses. Some minutes elapsed station of the Ohio Fuel Supply Co., near Johnstown, O , almost destroyed son appointed It. G. Cotnbeat Police with $1,000 in currency and ..notes to before tho family recovered from the shock. the big plant and fatally injured John Judge of Dunnville, Casey county, vico the amount of $9,000. Levi S. llrown, resigned. This is the Joo 13. Williams and wife, who have bL Louis business men have organ McCormlclc. third or fourth appointment of a Police ized for a vigorous fight against State- been quite sick, are able to drive out. Twelve counties in Indiana are local option elections within tho next Judge for this hamlet within the past wide prohibition. Tho bllliis now pend Tho Edrington family has moved to the In tho Missouri Senate. flats over Tho Peoples Bank. J. W. 10 days. The "wet" and "dry" forces year or two, tho post appearing not ing David Roberts, former vice president Hoskins and family have moved to their aro lining up for hard battles in sovcral very desirable. The report of former County Trcaa of the Tennessee Coil, Iron and Rail- home recently bought of tho Llpp3 of the counties. girl has arrived at urer Letcher Saunders shows Jessamine road Co , and a retired capitalist, died heirs. A is made that Announcement the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. G. Carpassenger fores will become effective county to bo in a splendid financial con at Birmingham, Ala., aged G3. IN ALL FOR turnpike President Taft has accepted an invi- son. on all tho Kock Island lines in Arkan dition. Fifteen or 20 miles of im ... Mv 1. Tho other railroads of the have been constructed and other bal- tation to attend tho dedication of the Wednesday Lair's dogs were called Lincoln Memorial in Liruo county dur- to Vinnie, Pulaski county, where the provements made, yet there is a Stato are expected to follow 192 15. ing the first week in November. store of G. M. McKinley had been brokMore than nino million pounds of dy- ance in the turnpike fund of $2, Burglars blew the safo in tho Alcona en into. Fresh blood on the floor show required for work on tho In the general fund there is a balancu namite will bo County Savings Rank at Harrisville, ed injury to the robber and furnished Panama Canal In tho coming fUcal of J17.222. J2. Three ML Sterling women had a nar- Mich., and escaped with $5,000. The a trail which was followed three miles according to estimates of division year, to the home of one Rcxroat, who was engineers In charge of tho excavation. row escape in an automobile runaway. thieves overlooked $2,000 in currency. voung men of tho party were A bill which makes it possible to voto found lying on the bed. Examination That tho suit against tho 18 Missouri While the betho Stato "dry" by local option has showed fresh cuts on his hand and railroads to restrain them from putting aiding two women, whoso horse had passenger rate Ir.to clTect will come frightened at tho machine, the been introduced in the Houso of Rep- cheek nnd he was taken to jail at Soma reason, resentatives of the Arkansas Legisla- erset. somo unaccountablo bo dismissed when it is called for hear- car for Following is the program rendered was indicated in unofficial broke loose and in the runaway two of ture. ing April 23. Six are known to be dead and eight Friday evening by tho Hustonville Litthe occupants wcro thrown out. The advices received from JelTerson City. one remained in the sent while or ten ndditional bodies are believed erary and Musical Club Friday evening: A daring, but unsuccessful attempt other Savings Hank the machine ran through the side of n to be in the ruins of a San Francisco An article by C. K. McClure on Bible to hold up the American None lodging house which burned during the Training Class. Recitation Miss Besstopped, and Trust Co . "f Seattle, Wah , at frame house before it night. sie Lair. An essay on Farming John a revolver was mado by an of the women were seriously injured. tho point of Will R. EHUton, prominently con Hicks. Current Events Carlisle Mywould-br unidentified man The CHURCH MATTERS. nected in Nashville, Tenn., committed ers, Salhe Bach, Bowman Myers. Lizfired at Secretary Harry Wclty and suicide in Los Angeles. His wife was zie Gillock, Annie Rooney Dunn. Reaescaped. Prof. II. K Taylor will deliver an ad a daughter KENTUCKY. Floyd. Humor Denver of the late Gen. W. II. dingAnnie dress on Education nt the Methodist Neal. Debate Resolved that Divorces Jackson, of Uello Meade. and Tar W a Koloy's Honey church next Sunday morning and night. from Attorneys for Duncan II. nnd Robin Should not be Granted. Affirmative against serious result The W. C. T. U. Settlement School COMING. ONLY BIG ooldt.whleh loUamethe lung at Hindmnn, Knott county, has been J. Cooper filed in the criminal court at Francis Weatherford, Anna Barker. Spring Willis, Sadie Eads Nashville IG reasons why their clients, Negative Paul pneumonia Avoid an4 duvelop into given $1,000 by a Pennsylvania man on recently convicted of the murder of for Negative won. Critic Prof. Mclntyre aouuterfolis by Inhlttlng Upon having condition that $1,000 more bo raised. It is the custom with our road supermer Senator E W. Curmnck, should be thogenulno Foley's Honey and Tar, Rev. W. S. GamlK). of Third Chris-tia- n visors to have the ditching done first. given n new trial. whtah contains no harmful drugs Louisville, preached two church, Prof. W. II. Councill, president of tho This is not in accord with the best road Saw Stanford Drug Co. splendid sermons at tho Christian church Agricultural and Mechanical College builders in territory where stone nnd Sunday, He sang a solo ut the Sunday for Negroes at Normal, Ala., oncof the gravel are used. Their advice is to put School which was greatly enjoyed. foremost educators of his race in the ull metal in the center of the road, then What do you know about Cuba ? Not country, died at his home in Normal. throw ditch dirt on the metal to hold it much. Well, come and hear Prof. Tayuijr Inrm wlitr. tliPlUMM-imMin- t in place nnd keep tho centerof the road He was born a slave. fl,V" rm.tli ot Htnr..nl on lor nt the Methodist church next Moni"l .. m lluloln.urr n inline ro Charles J. Uronston, former State high, which is tho first principle of day night. April 20, anil learn nbout Thl jiiuiiic ncicll "i lawgood roads. Good road building in this Senator and one of the tho smallest and youngest republic in nrt coll. hit) ' wtunlr yers and iiohticians in Kentucky, died part of Kentucky is a thing of the pasL the world. at his home in Lexington Thursday Sufficient money is spent to keep the lis. winners lor imw. 1liy ... . "SrV.luiVi, 1.11 night. He was a sulTerer from heart roads In repair, but the proper system Krniiicky him.' r. ..............nt .,..i loil llr. Illi Fair in "I'd Rnthor Dlo, Doctor, Kl'll is not employed. Tho county judge looni fnlm. than hate my feel eulotl," said M. I., disease, which caused his death. .,,;. uli. Klr nnd fit rl should call a meeting of the road superAn indictment was returned at Tope-kniiigham, of Prlncovllle, 111 , "but iiilnriiilolii lufimiwnrKan , by tho Federal grand jury visors to meet and hear a lecture by a J II IIAl'UIIM VN. you'll die from gangrene (which had against the Cudahy Packing Company, professional road builder. Mr. McWhor-teri- s htnnlonl. K) oaten a way I'linni' IS, loot.) If you don't", supervisor of the Green river secKansas City, on several hundred Hald all doctors. Instead he used of one in BEST OPPORTUNITY 0F;ALL Sulve till wholly counts on tho chargo of defrauding the tion and there is not a better Itiu'klen'it Arnlvit government by violations of the inter the county. A lecturo by him to the It-- , fool 0D0'eiy5-cures of Kcsoma, Fever Q'K'iXS. -s KlChcst and VoYti'roauctUc l.unj wfA eiiied. supervisors would save the county much Sores, Hulls, Iturns and Pile as nal revenue laws. Railway VpS'VVF 20 Ho"" $&S!L. Unfutllnu ArtVilun hell. revenue money if they would follow his advice. Tho commissioner of internal totintl tho world. 24c at Penny's Drug v715iJtSrarsMJEauIpnienl.V'Xr Herds.f Elepbaals received the otlkial report on the seiz"''""'''' Store. H.-l- i lmn.lrr.i mu.1 sixty ,,, V V Drove ol Camels Vfc-- o sNSk T, "I tin- Ml . nM Swept Over Niagara. lerlll' in Hint lhi) ure under his instructions of the CarV ", . Ofl C AOC animus Ayj who Or Special Tnun lv bill, provid- roll Springs Distillery near Baltimore. M'H'k allinlul "'", u" ' P1? v, rlili. The censu appropriation Thl terrible calamity ofien happens MULFf HrtMi i ST. wildly U...I cou.tnniiy flt. sul Oil thrill iilumw,l.. wnt.r oflo IrrlKHl.. will Mri l.li Irm , ing 10.O0O.00O for the expense incident It is stuted ut tho treasury depirtment because tho cureless boatman Ignores I..' nil ' ripples to the first two years of tho collection that the government has been deprived the river's warnings-growinw 1.1. b I. fnct nn.l ero.. ' J.. o ' In warnings liiiBroeiiiut ii.i.ry thfHlml burn, nil IIh- 'ii lf.It of data for the 13ih census was intro-duci- of over $10,000 in revenue taxes. Hen- and faster curreut-NuturoiIiiiiiiiii in by Representative Tawney, of The jury in the case of W. S. iutho art) kind. Thnt dull pain cmlltlon tin-prlie Sro Vur friilt lr?orillHrr.nt tnrli-ll"corner Minnesota, chairman of tho appropria- derson against 20 defendants, a damage back warns you the Kidneys need at' i..riii.n'l ls;liX"lt"KfcVttr.t..fM,tl.llt.nlo. tion committee) The total estimate of suit growing out of alleged night rider tentlon If you would escupofutal malaTrxal. tho expense for obtaining tho census troubles, returned a verdict awarding diesDropsy, Diabetes or Bright s dl tho plalntilT $250. The case was tried seuse. Take Electric Hitters ut onco will be $14,000,000 before Federal Judge Cochran in Cov- and seo Hackache lly and nil your Up Bot'ore The Bar. ington, who gave instructions that a bot feelings return. "After long suf ol mv nt lMi..Jr..llmVitl'-i- 1-- Hixmiminor.'. S N. II llrown, an attorney, of Pitts-Hel- verdict for tho plalntilT bo returned. ferlng from weak kidneys nnd lame ot tl ll J"1"1 IW !nil. luirii ii III iBinl. Vt,, ttrit.s: "Wo havo used Dr fri "''." " Tho cornerstone of the new addition back, one 81 bottle wholly cured me," r .nrll If iniir I. lr'l--- l King's New Life Pills for jeiirs and to tho Odd Fellows Widows and Or- writes .1. It. Ulankenshlp, of Uelk, ol.l. full IS fvne. Jr.Jmy MnllKin. Sj.-nr- . find them such a good family medicine phans' Home in Lexington, nnd which Tenn. Only 60c at Penuy's Drugstore. Uli V'l f '" "",,J",,i"".,,",a -- .".T , limn. wo wouldn't Imj without them." For is to cost $75,000, was laid Thursday afa r.t i?.:z ?: inih '... .. (T A Mt. Sterling dispatch says: An i ml iiiiiur. a rii (linn Chills, Coustipatlon, lllllousness or ternoon with impressive ceremonies In .."'.. lW,KVl"u':mV.iroP1-r.o- n, SffB. by Sleklleadachethey work wonders, 2.V which two Judges of tho Court of Ap unusual proceeding was held in tho cir 11 Knifrilir linV.li" y Volunteer k IM I Ur-J- 'l at Penny's Prug Store. and peals took part and which wus witness- cuit court when a juryof 12 attorneys 5 WALTONS by Wubnrii. SiKl ilani lit it UiSli ino h r. ar.1 m ed by nearly 5,000 Odd Fellows from all of tho local bar sat In judgment on a V k 15 Aerlallsts and the 6 Flylnp Delmars bePreliminary arrangements for tho suit for $1,723. The plaintiff was II over the State. Riders, The O'DALES and Miss ACME BELDEMyrKiy ginning of the now High lindgo, where ini c"lyiii!.!tliey t"'r lrwl u l'l St. Louis authorities aro still at sea C. Clay, of London, and the defendant railway spans as to tho whereabouts of James Shep- - Harvey Kiddell, of Denver, Col. Both br.tHlerc tho Queen and Crescent M0Cg2W2O CLOWNS, The World's Funny J inr inontli . nt h..uul m.y tho Kentucky River, aro about complet- ard Cabanne III., the boy who was ab are attorneys and, counting Itho trial v.. or LjQstSfc 100 PERFORMING ARTISTS Is lojudge, 17 lawyers participated in the ducted from his grandmother's home T"'6.Hlt)ON VMHUK A HIW..Jlolnd. ed. Engineer Curtis Dougherty cated on tho grounds und is preparing in that city last Thursday. Tho father trial. The novel jury was chosen by for tho two or three years' labor that of tho boy camo to St. Louis and is us- agreement of counsel as all petit jurors will bo required in tho construction of ing ull elTorts possible to find his son. wcro engaged In criminal cases and by agreement the jury was made both tho bridge. The police officials think tho boy has 11...1 i.viiol. Hull Aiulorioii.JIcKliitu'y.Ky. judge of law and facts without instruc years nlU. Ill -Every Day 4t 12:30 b. ra. Noon T This itiilllon U it ilurk luiy. I AZ. If you hsvoibackacho and urinary been taken by his mothet, who is in tions from the court. The lawyer jury T .m.i..ii, Imnilt Ih"vy hlltll, HUH lull. Ol iMjin Ms mi HeiiH troubles you should tako Foley's Kid- hiding with him at somo placo In the after hearing arguments, found a unanimnn mid A NUMBER OF .?., i vou 7( I I I ( lllm.liUnsll hnit one ney Remedy to Ntreugthen and build Mound City. 5ioiicaiilliMlneuu"ly' imous verdict for tho defendant. I'lile: r. it up tho kidneys so they will act properStartling and Thrilling a.on,Vy,rU.ndn,,:y,...;sVer, limit; ly as a serious kidney trouble may Don't drug the Stomach, or stl'uu The cleverest Imitation of real Coflliilil iru iliim ly W I"0"! luto tho Heart or Kidneys, That Is fee ever yet made Is Dr. Shoop's develop. New Stanford Drug Co. olTerlim the sen ces of tulj Free Exhibitions wrodg. It is tho woak nerves that are Hoalth ColTee. It Is line In llavor--an- d NOTK.-- ln lfeellhBthu lswh.it The Whitla kidnaping case has been crying out for help. Vltallzo these ?ohiinro?"our stock. Helms Is made In Just one minute. No horses rehearsed again before tho grand jury weak Inside controlling nerves with t liine action. Ilulll to inuko t4&" "'"' XS-- I T4k, nK on lbs Show Grounds I CHAMPION SKIJUMPEH also Mil"nouKlitoork. sell mid joulir.nl at Mercer, Pa. The State expects the Dr. Shoop's ltestoratlvo, und boo how tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made Lrowliimres. Seehlm Doylo for child parched grains, malt, nuts, from pure James CUEPMANT5 M I3V FT. oulllbriilto him. Il l well enough indictment of tho disposition of tho case quickly good health will come to you etc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. stealing, but bred to get trotters. again. Test It and sect Sold by Pen llllll Bl low iirico.M.iv against Mrs. Uoylo Is in doubt. llunU 500 will bo given to the leading charitable institutions of your city or Jiniureilvliill B.rvlcfe..du when and good "Just a word of good-by- e uy's Drugstore. ISlU.&lwl. "laretwled. sold or l.red to county, if uuy Ticket Scalpers, Gamblers or Oil' Color Issues are found in or I 'revenUes those Candy Cold Care m wishes. We were terribly concerned other stock v Tablets--wi- ll safely and quickly cheek "A mule," Bald Uncle Eben, "is wus about theaccideut to dear Mrs. Wlllson. about tho establishmeut of SUN lillOTUERS' SHOWS. At same "'orter inuco ou all and Ilrlsnolla. Jm Ittcks. all colds and tho Grip. Try them onco dan an automobile. He ain't even got I earnestly hope shots all right," wrote Roosevelt to Gov. Wlllson TiiiWrTty"S5!2."fln..,'M,,,l,r and seat Wl"), Sold by Pennys Drug de politeness to 'honk' when he's out to ' ,lue at Willi OOVWll just before sailing for Africa. do damage." Washington Star. Btore. MoKlnney, Ky. Hoth the Fronrh and Itnllan jruvern-mi-nts e, le o first-clas- t i i ; 41 OXFORDS Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, THE STYLES 1909, for IB 2J-ce- Men. Women and Children. 6c e rob-Ite- Cummins THE Weareti, STANFORD. safe-CHjr- SHOW STANFORD, SAMPSON V Saturday. May I. '09. lo "','"" n.r best-know- n I a, J&WvfcD,h tfl&Qr pon U-- 'f V!X3Y H VadA iJ g n. d 's - e . " PENCE, -- JR. ,!? ivw '' I SKpT 20 Acrobats .l-- jJV0 )kmf the 70 3ci DALMAS, ll (Vt-llln- Jf t VSsr3! I T"-VV- a (Tffy Kr LS?g is; -- m Can Other Shows Say as Much? h j,,,,, - U -- J- - JVL - r. jfy??-?- ' w u'."' yiMW "I ""n; tmmii'nin nn(i;iiiy.fn,yi wy ft ir i i: W. H. LAIR, Hustonvllle, NOT1CEI Thk effects of rattcn'a biff deal in a nniulLMItt'u(M am - .. May wheat aro belnjr felt alllover tho prepared to do roof pnlntlmt at Ihfl .fil'V! J, T iCr'f anil ." twrtlonof MMintrv. Mmter bakers InCtho rcltlca Am E. C WALTON f nn iitll rfwidnff ami JtM ttT Mltinrtf f.. meeting ana BKrcc.nK ...AM u mi motto. "iaro holdinft Vqimre for cit rricur 'Vuwwr mi nnd nob uu mi prnni on menu. an IncreaM in the prico or urcau. V. HTKWAHT, Uowlnnd, Ky. J. I CHARLES A HARDIN, FOR said tho election of Taft meant cheaper of Mercer county. In n cumlldnte for Pom- - brcad7 This country Is nowlexpcrienc-I- n A fnrm on Imllnn Ureek, 137 acre, IH monwemttri Attorney 01 int.. mo imii mile, from gradeil tcliool, at MlddlemirKi small loaves nnd still less "fUHnc" dlrlnt district, annjrci to the nctlon of the nmere. In cultivation, rr.t In tlmliers gnojl democratic pnuy. tn them. dwelling, tMirnncd all nece.mry oiitliutld. corn and Ing.i Kxcellent tobacco, well watered. gra JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., Call land Rood orchard ; fnrm Denier In nnd Mnnufncttirer of Is atitMatn fnf Irrlllt lllilce nf thtf. tlie If tho Aldrlch tariff bill tho duty on l M. I'r'.llKINM, onornddreai of tlie Vtth district, antijccl to the nctlon MIclclleburK, Ky. to $9.60 a dozen. Marblo andJCranlto Monu champaRno is raised Democratic party. Hut what do wo fellows who llvo In a i merits, nnd Cemetery M. C. 8AUFLEY of dry town caro about such thlnRS? If Murker" and I'iit, Olllco nml work., Mc- use. nnd petted. It ftrnmlldMe for circuit Juiltfe of thl, tliu rhnmnnrrnn wero on the frcol'list and Kinney, iy. thjnllclnl district.. utiject to the nctloii bargain counter as well, wo wouldn't, of the Democratic party. Uile.lre .ell privately my good (Iroget n smell of it. A WORD TO YOU I eerleaanil tollnrdware. Ikllmf .lock of limi n ne... Will Invoice alwul IUM). Ilen.on Roiif.rt Lee Stout, of tho In all the time t hmolieen In the tobacco III health. Jodoe ii:o, D. lini'I'KII, Stanford, Ky. Woodford circuit court, Is suggested bulm er;iyenr I have tuner ottered nor knew any manufacturer to oiler it for governor. Ho would make a most better line of tol.icco, lith Natural laf For Htnte Henntor, T. F. GROSS, Tvtl.t for atnoklng nnd chew Ing and l'n'wl excellent executive. Chew InitTormcco, than 1 now oiler, Onlei R. L. HUBBLE, solicited through your Jobber or direct by Crab Orchard, Kontucky, mall. De.crlptheprlco Hat promptly POLITICAL. of Lincoln county. 011 application. Wir llepresentatlve, 11. H. M AUTIN, Junction City, Ky. I now ready to aerve hi. old friend, and Senator Bailey introduced his amendVoil have atandby brand.: hope Ilenicinber the V. H. SHANKS ment to tho tariff bill, putting a tax of "Friend. hlii Twl.t," old llrodlicadi "Old n muleto make many new one.. If Uie work tOUl or hor.o to ca. Irate ne Kentucky Home" and "lllue tlra.a Hunter." for him and have It done right. He make, KorCounty Judge, 3 ner cent on incomes over $5,000. n .peclalty of castrating rldgelltig.. JAMES P. BAILEY All the Senatorslhavo received from I Itching Skin Diseases Bradley, of Kentucky, a quart Senator For Coonty Attorney, bottle of fine whisky. W. S. BURCH Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid By NabotK 10.110. for external use. Zcmo give instant Senator Guggenheim, of Colorado,! For Circuit Dlerfc, llcu Nuboth'. tlam Nora Haughninn men In Congress, is NonilluMitiy Kiectioneer lift; snd dam ! by elicf and permanently cures any form ono of tho richest J, D. SWOPE Ila J.,oy MelroiNilltnti 137. by lliuubleton- - jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All said to favor an income tax. III; Joeplilne by Mambrlno For Sheriff. to HtnriiKtit:ird ilnin Dariixiy mtithdam Mnry Druggists. Write (or sample. E. V, svmy The Democratic Senators agreed ,'lan W. L. McCARTY In his fleht Wither, by Oliver (thorough brel);rth dam Stand Dy Senator ..laynier ,,y vgner:tlidam by Imp. Trimly; JtU lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. For County Court Clerk, tax on leaf tobacco, I timn by Thornton'. Hauler. aeainst the Henu Naboth I. a hand.omn lay, . landing GLPENNYSDRUGST0RE. GEORGE B. COOPER Senator Aldrlch opened tho debate on u imnd.,ot great .tyie ami action niu i.l.ai.llity to impiirt hi. iiuail- 1.111 in tho Senate. Ho will ha.proveil con.. For Jailer, ho tariff I -..- FARM FOR lie. 10 111. m the Imrn of Felix White. DINK FARMER Will .tnml bo followed;by Senator; Daniels tor tne I. mile. Houlli of Stanford. near somer.el plku Democrats. ut 115 to Insure IH Ing coll. For Aaaeor, Mure, from n dl.tancv grated ntOVnweek The farm of HOacre., of good blue gra.. A political sensation in Japan, involvJOHN C PEPPLES Money due when maroi. traded or purtetl land, I) Ing one mile North of McKlnney.on and ing charges of bribery, has led to the with or bred elsewhere. The tieit eroniil- the Htanfonl pike. Improvement, trull. For Superintendent of Hchooli, care taken, though 110 responsibility for lie- fencing good; plenty of water and YtS acre, of tlnil'rel land one mile arrest of nino fmembcrs of the lower cldent. or enemies. AIo GARLAND SINGLETON When nd liable Impregnator will be used. Ka.tot McKlnnej j halt under fence; plenty house of the'Diet. tobacco land. Hce For Coroner, J. M. I'KTTL'H. Stanford, Ky. of water and good J.A.HIVKNH.Agent. Senator Bob Taylor continues to reMcKlnney, Ky. GEORGE P. BRIGHT fuse to 8ign"Mrs. Carmack's petition GOLD BOND ForMngiatrnto Stanford District, for appointment as postmistress at JAMES McKECHNlE Speedy .on of the Wllke. family. Fouled Columbia, Tenn. For Con.tablo Htnnford District, After a lengthy debate tho New Yotk Jliivfl. Ikw.ltwl Ilond, U11I Wllke., Old SIKK. like., ltvxtli'k'. I. M. BRUCE Senate adopted an adverse committee (ieorue Oamueiut wllke.llnmbletoulan. liv(the grente.t Dam. bill. Gov. ing .Ire ol trotter.). 2nd dam C. K. Clay report on the Hinman-GreeMnglatratelCrnb Orchard District, For (wim tor more money man any norm ever nominations measure. Hughes' direct J. WARD MOORE brought to lloyie tountvi. 3rd dam At. K more. urouuceil Idol and two Secretary ofWar Dickinson and his other, tst. Klmore JCWt. For Magl.trate Hustonvlll(Ulitrlct, better than alio t. In the old party left Washington on their way to uriKM mnre list. J. K HELM.SR liiiud.ome, dark bay, 15.3 Thl. colt I. Secretary will hund.lot greata (UlHtaiice and t)le. Can Panama, Iwhere the For MnglatrafeWnync.burg Dlitrlct, how a spend ten days Inspecting the work on ling, la forty clip, without any track handJOHNIM. CAMDEM leel headed, easily banditti, mould tho canal. triiii.mll greiit form, .tylo and peel to hi. Ben Johnson, before coll., which .hould sell readily nt fancy For Conitnble Wa.vne.burK District, Congressman price.. in ma.e ine .eaaon oi iwuai my JOHN G. BAUGH leavinglWashington for a short vaca- inrm midway between Dnmllle una stun-for- d on tbe snort pike nl tto to In.ure n llv-lcandi-dic- y tion inJKentucky, announced his colt. Will be bundled for .peed after for the democratic nomination for .eaon. Whenever the whisky advocates in A.U.T.SMITH. It. y. D.No.S, llox SI, BTA.NMmii, Kr. l'hoau n't A. Duuvllle. general and the Frankfort State Jour-ju- tl governor to succeed Gov. Willson. carA primary will be held in Menifee in particular, and Courier-Journdemocratfall short of argument they shout "look CJunty June 26 to nominate a up-to-d- ate from at Maine 1" Well, let's look at Maine. ic candidate I for Representative being that and Montgomery county; it Uy v lrture of execution No. IdlTdlrected to of i3titistics8how that drunkenness there candi- me, which laaucd irom the dent's oltlo. of has decreased under prohibition. Maine Menifee's time to furnish the the Hoy lu circuit court. In favor of hdwum Alcorn ngaln.l (1. ?. llencdlct, I or one ol his more sayings banks, a greater per date. my ileputie., will, oil Monday, the luth day hour, of 1 o'cUh. between cipita and better schools than almost The Texas Houso of Representatives ol .May IUJU. o'clock r. the at m., the Thla mngnlllrently bred young atalllon finally passed, as it was believed, the p.m., and i other State we can recall. That In slanlord count) of Lincoln Ky., aiy door will make thesensnnof If vat mv stable atv I'r to public .ale bad record. Kansas is dry and bank deposit guaranty bill. After its lollowlng properly to theo hlghe.t biduer.the Htunrord. Ky., (better knowun.lliecolt isn't a placet at tl" to Insure a living (or much thereof a. while may UMiecei.ary to .iibl.fy .tnitt arrlck I. . of that State is prosperous and her people passage it was discovereda that read tue I'lulutltt .debt, interest, the umuuiit to lion laick. heavv bon n beaiillful chlughrsl Hi fact the third and cott.i, .hort are satisfied with prohibition. Atlanta the constitution required He I. bv the great (In wit: the ume had est In nnd to thebeing u of undivided Inter- tvpeot the trotter.that won the fS'"l Trail bill html altuatcU In ward Hller:iVt4. tract citizens (men that we know and not ing before final passage, tho Lincoln county Ky., near Mlllcdgi-vliland ay l aula Inn .even beat race In Inland the Louuocd ou lite North ly laud, of Uiorge .nine year won the ln,ii) thinner Memorial hearsay) are delighted that the open only been read twice. n and theM.A M In broken bent, and sold for Thejdemocratic primary in Jessamine (iaddl., on the Ka.l l luod. of Matt b iloon no longer exists. Records show il,fli ami later sohl for ttfio, Hon ariheboutn by the laud, of .lull d rlck I. bred exactly like Hpanl.htjlmlltlmt andou the We.l iry land, of improved and that less county resulted as follows: Senator, that business is Ker.tioua, and containing A lurtn won the fS.miTrainyhanla In Itsx. tnaklng Phillips; mote or le, levied upon a. tho property of n record of S.it? and w a. classed a. one nf the than half as many people have to be B. M. Arnett; Judge, J. II. E. Cassi U.?. tlennllct. big four. Ndng one of the greatest mono supported by the city as when whisky Sheriff, S. B. Muir; Assessor, grand circuit last enr On ri.ll.Mrt; sale will be made on n N, nix month., bond Willi approved en (lit of winner, on theby Onward, one of the gMU ward Hllvcr 1. Messrs. Walton dy; Jailer, Richard Hager; Coroner, .ecurltr was sold there. But Ih'.I sun of deorge v likes. at M. Kirknatrlck. The senatorial elec rcciulml, bearing lntere.t day the rale of 'a e.t and dum wn. the dam of Iilrector, the of aale, and and Watterson cry out in unison, "propcruiiiium irum Twenty-secon- d nav lug district, lercent Itie force anil eltect of a tale bond, aire of thai great family of trotter, and pahibition does not prohibit" and "just tion in this, the cers. Hon Vnrrlck'. I.t dam wa. by Wllke. Ar- - tlila l.i duy of April IK'.'. county. Mr. to The T.J. II ILL, Sheriff. Hoy, bvtJeorge Wilkes, a full . I. IerMadeline look at Maine." That settles the ques- was left toMcssamine Wag TIS.. and hair sl.ter to was Dr. T. R. Welch. tion with those splendid, but erring nott's opponent l"itchen. HiedBiiiof IliiMr l', Winchesand ter rlV. Hilly WH tin: As an introducer of bills RepresentaASHLAND BROOK, Snddiim Mnrv, by Hogg', 3),tlrev Miss Its.l gentlemen, and they go ahead feeling Kau!e, the tive Bennett, of Kentucky, is entitled dam of The Wag:!'1,. Madeline l'atch.ti as if a momentous question has been (No. I17M.1 t the first prize. He introduced in ono Vol. 17 A. T. II.lt., bnil by Kugeue ltuck-c- theilumof Itublier .m. Wlneh'sttr J.IV,, nnd Mis. II . :. Hilly Wilton solved forthe people of this good State. 400 bills, more than was evUeorgvtowu, Ky. Ashland HrouK vras Vvn Vnrrlek'.dBiii pri.luewl I'r. Conner Mr. Walton thinks that local option is bunch over foaled U0, solid tuiy with lea hind foot that pnretl n public half mlleon theU'Xlug-toutrarka- t in Congress w hlte, stands 1M, hand, high, lit month. InltuV.nnd .old to a failure here in Stanford because this er introduced at one time 1'KlilUHiCK hired by silent brook. No. N. W. Hublnger. of New Haw n, Conn., for paper occasionally reports a case of before. Several hundred of them are lOTui, record 2:18S the slru of .Margaret SUmi. HtieaUo produced Maggie I go that bills for lltiltigale. :ll' Hevtle llrook.cii in:.. 1ji- - trotted u half mlleon the ..me truck nt HI drunkenness; or mentions some skunk private pension bills, others are In 1:11 nnd Mild fort-'.nthe relief of various churches and indi- dy Heilbrook,:;!!1,, Jennie Hrook, Ki 2:l7. month. note the rich Inheritance of .peed hlliolt ntoue, 2:lrl; Ijuly llrook, tuti I'lease being finedlforbootlegging. When he a missing link Htinnlng llrook, viduals in Kentucky and others are war andDuriciilghl, No ?LH, i::ji. Hllent Hrouk on iKith.lde. notthl. fellow and for gener you cunt lived here and when saloons were opby the .Iro of Search- ation.. Ilrrid to light 2.1(1'. Hrlghtllghl. J:if.'i. and Vnloi. mls.the three tiling, every nreciier iook. man was not an unu- claims. erated a drunken speed him liefore StoiV Diuknlgiit alied by Alcyone No.'; for .lie, your and looka. Hee money due will not de- recoiu ::n. mare., nea.on .suianu iirooK'. 1st nam nuna Inioklng sual sight but It Is now, so unusual in Tho Democratic Senators They Wren ov Ashland Wllke.. ?."V1 : i:i.i.. when mare, are imrlcd with or bred to fact, that it is almost an item of news. lay the passage of tho tariff bill. tho .Ire of John It. (ientr) ,I:ui; Hally To- - another horse. Mure, kept nt 10 cent, per and while ier, 2iu4i vssuinuti iiki. Hirell ov ltid day and nil cure tuken but will not In) reSome whisky is being sold hero under held their second conference Wllke.. tiltl. he by Oeorue Wllke.. ,.,, ml sponsible for accident or ccaie.. I,1,V no formal conclusion was reached, there dam. Hide Lilly, by Pretender, lilt, :nd dam t,l.l,il,L. Ky. local option but'we hope to eventually Htunford, uy Jim .MonriH'.Nt). stop it entirely. Rome was not built in was a general concensus of opinion in Notl. Ashland llrook l.abitnd.ome fellow with lot. ol substance, being put to death favor of permitting the Republicans to of going with, peed, atyle ha. u iHild wuy a day. The fear of nnd uctlon. HI. charge'fof the measure, oldest crop of colts are two year, old, nnd does not stop some people from com- take entire uro with the understanding that they as- theygood all one could expect, they till bearmitting murder, but it certainly deTrial Stil trotflng. Park Ixiy stallion, It) color, with ing iUe, necessarily must, the en- greiil style und finish. plenty ol llrook and band.; foaled Augu.t 1HI. 1st dam NaughAshland will creases it. Local option may not stop sume, as they make the present season ut 1 15 to Insure a ty (llrl by Ilex lruAmerlcus it. year-olof Hallletun, record fill!., living colt. the sale and drinking of whisky entire- tire responsibility for Will also. turn! tbe great mule nnd Jennet record KtO!., Ainerlcnn Helle, Gov. Edward L. Norris, of Montana, ly but it decreases it to such an alarmHilly Keeue, ut 1U for mares and S.u and IS other. Ill tilt list; a son of Onward Hllver buildingj'commission from Jack. record !f:!Wi, .Ire ol lor jennet, to In.ure u living colt. Hilly llll, 170 other, lu the !:. OnwardOuwurd :!, ing extent that the distilleries and heading the wu. list. Keene wus aired by Tom Keene; Ut dam by that State, visited tho new State Capi- tlui Imp. Palermo, Sd (lam by IaivI HutililoV und by Oeorge Wllke. 61V. sired whisky dealers are almost frantic with Viul flam lluernia.slred by Mnmbrllio King Saturday to inspect l'rluce, the .Ire of Joe Hlackburu nun rago at thoso who dare oppose their tol at Frankfort Hilly Keene .bind, IS hands, 1S76, .Ire of 7.1, Including Ijuly of the Munor some new designs black, with while point, und fullit breeder 1. :0tJi, Ixird Derby frtrn.,llelr ut UtfSiW),, us business. Tho Interior Journal did the building and get u.muleorjennet Jack, biscuit, .lx oilier. In tli. by Nutwood (Hi), the .Ire in the improvement of un.uriuis.ed 3rd dam Dotlet. always bringing the highest price.. M.res not say, Brer Walton, that tho temper- to put into playbuildings nilntbell.t. aMIelena, the traded, purled with or bred elsewhere for- oftill dam, Topux by Hlrathinore H, slru of people are more sensible than the new State ance feit, the Insurance und money become, due Willi the Hat. capital of Montana. Gov. Norris is a ul the time of uch transaction. those who favor "booze," but it did say 6th dum, Millard by Albion, dtli dum Ned and was received by Kdwln Forest; 7th dum Ijidy Turner by and reiterates that all of the brains of native Kcntuckian Mambrlno Chief il. is due a native son, both The Wnrneldl.u representative .tulllon the State are not found on your side of with all that (No. MO.) andlLouisyllle. (null the word Implies. To say that ho has the whisky Question. You are as far at Frankfort H. Il.lt. KlngKuglel. U hand. .lie, substance und smcI only In pari em. Vol. . A. thl. son high, durk buy w Itli now ing otf there as when you say that temper tall. nha.lietheoaalllle. combined Inthey und During tho Spring every one would gue.uu suoguii. nuu fiieiiiy ninne and .lyle of Dare Devil, lie ha. them ua tnmukelire rtf oi .Heu, htm people are governed more by senanco audi .vmmetrlcnlchuracter among many. Ilia Head und neck, bo bonelltted by taking Foley's Kidney niiu nviiun, Hired timent than by good, common, every Remedy. It furnishes a needed tonlo byI'kukihisie. Hi, he by ltoyal King, 2&.7S, hu a atalllon and leg. are ierfect and when body, feet by Htonewall Juck.ou, On rime, keen In connection with hi. faultles. gait It. Hoyul King's 1st dum ilollle day sense and practicability. Judge kidneys after the extra strain SWI, wu. by tbe noted .IreCabbeir. Mount.n and great lieuuly areeseclally Impressive. fixing-ioyo be judged. The tem- to tho not lest that King Kaglu'. lat dam Hip. ai;v, You .hould see thl. Iiorae before breeding. K. of winter, and It purities the blood by .he by H. You wlll.av you never looked at u better Kagle lllrd, lull, he by Old King perance people have the good of the stimulating 7J). Sd dum by Hed Lion, 3rd dam by one. The Wnrlleld I. the only stallion that tho kidneys, and causing dum. In the great brood mure ll.l. lie ilurrls' Denmark, he by Miller'. Denmark, hu.7two Mambrlno King crosses, two .MamState at heart and while some may be them to ulemlnate the Impurities from 14, lias Itli dam by Jim Hell (thoroughbred. I sentiment cuts no figure brlno l'ntchen. two .Mambrlno I'blef, one Noik. King Kuglel.ucomlilned.talllon, (thlme.,1 Onward. (Jeorge Wilkes, It. Foley's Kidney Uemedy Imparts u breetler of Hue colored und high .tyled with them. They believe they ara. on new life 1 Nutwood, I Ue, und and vigor, l'leunant to take. colts, they all having wou .lyleJ.V) nctlon. trotting crnssi . thun any Htrathmore. more lie sired the colt that tho tho right ido of tho most important New Stanford Drug Co. .take at The Wnrlleld I. by Dare .tulllon alive. Devil Jlitt. record the Htnnford Kulr.und the tiui.takeut question that has ever confronted them delvutlug here four of the get of the XMi. He by Mambrlno King I'.T'J, he by sm he great Hex I'euvlne. Thlagelor King Kagle. Mambrlno I'atclien (, , by by Mambrlno and they don't propose to quit until Chline. Mil, by "In ancient times, they med to slit wussi'coiidlu the Sk .take ut llarrodsbiirg Ohlef II. Dam Mercedc SI. with II entries and defeated the colt thai Kleetloueer I I. a greut winner. He won the they conquer. They invito you and Mr. noses and crop ears." Dnr' Devil won ihlsstiike twoout of Hurst- - Hhow Watterson to join them and promise ' "And yet some people think this collsare lu dt maud, bring three show.. III. clianiploiishlpattlieNatloii.il the highest price.. II 1SVM, Horse Hliow in King Kukle will miike the present euou at Inns, c lass 1: llrst NationalNullonul Horse you itood treatment but you had better year's styles aro extreme," class It.uhiiiiinlonshlii the low price of IIS to Insure n living colt. Wlllulso.tiind the great mule Jack, Jim Hhow IKW.clus. llrst Nallunal HorseHliuw get used to u "dry" cllniato before ac IvjV. Keeue, at ruins of women, lie.nl pttlns, or any to insure uHUfor mure, nnd S3I for Jennet, HhowcIiih. IUtcliiiiuploii.hli Nntloitiil Horse cepting their invitation H, class t: first Nntloliul Horse Hliow llv Inij colt, Jim Keeue. sired by IKD, r.', pain stopped In -- 0 minutes suie, with the greut Hilly Keene, 1st dum by the Imp. classclnssa, llrst National llorne Hhow clus. Id llrst Ho.ton Home Hhow John Wells 2nd dum by lleecher Jim Keeue 3; reserve Hoston Horse Hhow lUrj, Va, a special Dr. Slump's Pink I'aln Tablets. Sio 1. 1W, hands high, black with white polul.,u President Taft sent clus. 1; second Jloston Horse Hhow list), cilia. 3; secto Congress Indorsing a new Phil- full formula ou 25o Uox. Sold by Pen- great mule jack. All of the iiIkivm mentioned stock will ond Huston Horse Hhow IIKI, class I, reserve I; Huston Horse Hhow ippine tariff bill, prepared by a commitDrug Stoio ny's make tbe season of llJ at our stable iV, ton Horse Hhow IW(I, IVU.chi.. He third Ho., kind The class 7. ,,,.v., h niHiuum uii iuv rMii'my i'liv lleun tee of experts A new bill is said to be of Princes. pike. Mare. Irudid, purled with or bred 3:UVMi Idenl t;l6V,, islre iillrt,, Huruli Helmn Hum-llDevil's Daughter necessary for the Islands us a result of "Ever see a dlseuhere forfeit, the lusiiruiice und money 1:11. Trlller !),, Dure Ilevll.Jr 1ivi. necoine. due ul lliet line of such transaction. the tariff legislation in this country, l Will make the seusoll lit my farm "I was chased by ono once' For further Information cull on or address 1 mile from MuKluuey, Kyut and tho new measuro will correct, it is llito Insure "What dU you do?" H.T, HAHUIHA ItOIIT WtH)l)H, u Living uon. maintained, many of tho faults of tho Phono t, King . "Got up and lit tho gas." htunford, Ky, H. M. UWK.NH, MoKlnney, Ky. present act. The Interior Journal. Ky., -- - ...!. wr SALE j- Harry Jacobs, Ijn Stock Merchandise for Sale. Democratic Ticket. ggau iNaboth 45.006. v Jl'ffl8SSr m . J&&A 7.. ?s. V.ynJKsJA -- ! 'ii.sisi 'i " -- - SALE nmiiBFWf'f' Iavs V w"rm 7ZZLm -- -r IT w Xtba.;ooD MUIII 11 Edcrhcimer, Stein & Co. grow-ngcro- Dinwiddie & Our Boys' Short Pants Suits are truly things of beauty. We have never handled a line in as pretty patterns nor so beautifully made Knickerbocker Pants Suits in all the n new shades from $3 to $10. Co., Hustonville, Ky. al SHERIFF'S SALE. Undertakers and Embalmers. We H. J. McROBERTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ry an goods. line DON VARRICK. lt-t- court-hom- o Hal-le- -, Dreis-ler.o- i W E223SS&S83S3SS3SE PURE OLIVE OIL. g m f .. Kay-inon- S2 Direct importation from France. The Pg tS very best for eating and 0 fcg medicinal pur- pQ M poses. g Jg ffi 0S r, :. w 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $ 1 .00 Quart. K . il PENNY'S DRUG STORE, pK Btanford, Kentucky. fi THEWARFIELD. d Are You Going To Build ? Whilo tve itre licre to lmilil the Lincoln county court house anil, fltoultl tlio building fever utriko you, why not liavc n litllo talk with u? We nro iu a better position to build you a nice Hrlg-null- a. Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House KING EAGLE. being able to buy nil mntcrinln cheaper nnd thereforo aro in position to put a building up for u considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too small and tho distance will not stop uh from figuring with you, matter not where you live. We invito any prospective builder to give ui n trial. Wo furnish all plain any Hpccificationn for elicit uuildiugs that wo might erect, free of charge. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. Ka-gl- e, over-zealou- 1 1 Ijih-cast- The American Fence. The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension It it bull strong, pig Call and heo H Curve, Which ban placed it in the market gocoiid to none. tight, well galvanised and of tho mes-bag- o but lloomor day. bteel wire. it. - Some interesting prices for next .10 See tho Poultry Fence wo have. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. LjLLLmmm-iM...tLLilL gjMBafaM,BB,aal Jaaa toffrlir,JH tjSHt-r- - '""'J?r "t""'r'J ' 1 V$ 'l"" ?f' -- Ladies Shoes $I Laying' Down The Law Tliq awcllcst tor n In regard to (hoc comfort n your privilege and mako If tho shoe pinches, but wo for n lllack or Tnn two eyelet Ooio calf low shoe. drcMthoc. have no argument to Never did Children's Shoes. wo show so 3 v1 A many pretty styles and at so reasonable prices. two eyelet strap low shoe. For plain KM, Tan Kill or I'ntcnt Your foot will look well in these nntl the strap prevents tlio slipping up nnd $3 and $3.50 ono nnd If The Shoe Fits You, Wear lb down- feet.-- ff it ilont, coma and let us fit you with n pair out of our large tock;we have the kinds to fit all feet and prices that wont causo your purse to have. fit. An excellent vnluc. For I'ntcnt or Tnn two eyelet welt or We don't overlook any of the csontial points necessary to shoe satisfaction. They must look right, feel right, stay right and the price must 1ms just right. For a variety of stylo In Patent anil Tan, nlso tlio walk easy style for tender Our IWg Imvo these itinliticx. - $2.50 tuniKole. $2 and $1.50 acme straps and oxfords. 50c , 75c and 90c For Black, Tan or Hcd strap slippers. f $1 and $1.25 '( For choice of half dozen different stylos nnd in Vici, Tan and Patent. ' $1.50 and $2 4 For the of shoe making in Tans nnd Patents, all toes and various styles, For infants soft solo strap or two button in White, Light Ulno and Tan. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Lee RurLEY was Ya-Kc- & SON. ' STANFORD KY. ' In Lebanon Friday, Something nobby in hosiery. CumClothes French cleaned. Cook & Farmer. L. M. Westerfirlu is recuperating mins & Wearen. msiisj W. O. Martin at French Lick Springs. T. W. Humble L. H. Hughes Moving pictures every night at tho See new lino linen wash suits at Born, to tho wifo of Mr. J. W. Hughes, Martin & Co's. Thcatorium. Ahmi. 20, 1900 Brackett, a son. 8takfoiu, Ky., See our line of $10 Spring suits. portable play Mil. 11 J. McRoiierts was In CinFor SALE.-Chl- ld's house. Apply to Clalborno C. Walton Cummins & Wearen. Lines and cinnati buying goods last week. FlNr. lino of Keels. Poles, Mrs. IlKTTin McKinney went to Louall other FlihinB Tackle at Penny s It' you are particular, try Denham's Just received a car of fertilizer, corn, r. isville yesterday to see Mrs. W. J. Drug Store. Rex coal. Yards at Stanford and Row- tobacco and vegetable grower'. E. T. Pence. land. 2t. A pleasing waiet line, na well ns hip straightneos, is essential Mn. F. K. TniniiLB and wife, of DanPERSONALS. and Mrs. W. II. MurWanted, to loan $3,000 on first ville, visited Mr. to impart to your figure tho most stylish effect anil show it to the Handkerchief linens for waists In mortgage land notes, Enquire at this plain, Btripe and check 25c to $1. SevJ. K. Harms spent n few days In phy Sunday. best ail van tngc. This is ono of the ninny exclusive features in Louisville. Mn. H. D. Camhiell, wife and child- office. erance & Son. our now American Beauty nnd Warner's Iluet Proof Model Miss IIkli.k Denny Is with Lancas- ren, of Wllmore, aro with relatives in Best line of wall paper and mattings Corsets, which so admirably commends them to tho smartly Mrs. W. S. Jones will servo the ter relatives. the East End. wo have ever carried. Prices rurht. luncheon for the Stanford Danco Club gowned. There is such n varied assortment of designs ranging Mn. (iEoiice L. Penny spent several Mn. R. A. McGltATll, of Greenville, Trlbblo & I'enco. Friday evening. days In Louisvlllo. S. C. Is visiting his old friends In Boyle from 81 to 83.50 that our corsitiere can fit you at any price FOR cleaning and lettering monuMn. T. D. ItANEY has been on tho and Garrard. you wish to pay. To fnehionnbly subdue and harmonize every Several pieces of old furniture, Insick list for several days. left this morn ments call on Harry Jacobs, the Mc cluding an old secretary all cherry Huiiert line of your figure, try our American Beauty or Warrier's Ruet Mr. Alex Maktin Is with his son, ing for Oklahoma City, Okla., to spend Kinney monument man. for sale. A. P. Brackett, Stanford. Proof Model made in fine batiste nnd coutcl, firmly bound and Louisville. W. P. Martin, in a fow weeks. CHANGE of program Monday, Wedfinished with lace trimming. The young men will please meet at Mrs. Will Severance spent some Mr. C. B. Owens and wife, of Dan- nesday and Friday of each week at the Walton's Opera House at 7 P. M. Friday tlmowlth Mrs. JocScvcranee In Frank- ville, spent Sunday with Dr. L. B. Thcatorium. G and 10c. to fill out floor cards for tho dance. fort. Cook and family. Mrs. Alice Nkwland. of Mcllenry, Mrs. J. C. Rineiiart and children Will receive a lot of new goods President. In the Is vlsltlnjc relatives and friends passed through Saturday from London Wednesday. Call and see them. It will For tho past several days wo certainKast End. on their way to Oklahoma City, Okla., pay you. Miss Ella May Saunders. ly have had ideal Spring weather. It t in .., Mrs. Mary C. Feland Is up from to reside. Parties wanting cow pasture can makes us feel like using a hoe instead Louisvlllo with her son, Mr. A. M. Fee Mr. John W. Bastin, wife and GO cr month, payable of u quill these days. land. daughter, Mrs. Loo Mitchell, passed have same at J 2. J. N. Saunders and littlo up to Pittsburg Saturday. They had monthly. Apply to Mrs. II. C. Wrav. -- t. The Western Christian Advocate says Hon. daughter, Sophia, spent several days in been to louisvlllo for a brief sojourn. Vihcil Hunt and "Buckskin" Bill the hats the women are wearing this Bullitt county. Wi: are glad to Inform our readers Dalton, two Rowland boys, were placed Spring are outlandish, hideous, unseemSTANFORD. KENTUCKY. of Lima, O.. Kev. I!. W. that Mr. Thomas Mctcalf, of Boyle, in jail Friday charged with breaking in- ly, omnipotent, obstructive, impudent, see ono of Stanford's who has been so ill, is rapidly recover- to was hero again to sclfasertivc, loud, dominant, aiders and a car at Rowland ing and his physicians think ho will be fnlr daughters. abettors of the devil Cor-biI HAVK a good harMiss Euzaiiktii Hawkins, of out In n short while. ness and two good milk cows for sale. guest of Miss MaMr. W. M. Bright reIs tho charming Misses Araiiella andMargaret Bogie, ML Sterling, and Joan nnd Marga- Will exchange tho former for feed. ceived a telegram yesterday from ry McUobcrts. I'lno-vllret Mount, Lancaster, will be the guests Mrs. W. B. McRobcrls. 2t. the death Sunday night MR. W. L. MCCARTY went to of Miss Sallio Taylor Woods for the of Col. James W. Caperton. He leaves Friday to sec his sister, Mrs. Will dance next Friday evening. Mr. W. Russell Dillion, Jr , of Davis, who Is ill. tho East End, is an applicant for post- a wife and one daughter, Miss Jamie. Col. Caperton was the eldest practitionof Richmond, LOCALS. Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, master hero to succeed Mr. J. C. Florer at the Richmond bar and was a most spent several days with her daughter, TnY'Torusknit" union suits, Cum- - ence. He is said to have some strong affable gentleman of many sterling Mrs. W. II. Shanks. endorsements. mins & Wearen. . qualities. He was about 83 jears of Mr. A. Messenger, of Corry. Pa., Mr. John Rains, of the Neat's Creek age and leaves an estate of about $300,-00Try our new Ball Bearing Lawn was the guest of the family of Mr. section, caught tho other day a peculiar Burial will be in the Richmond Win. Beck last week. Mower. W. II Higgtns. bird. It Is colored like a wild duck, cemetery Wednesday. Relatives from Mk. W. L. CRinciiEn, of Richmond, Wear Hnnan Oxfords to get satisfac- but the bird experts nrc unable to agree here will attend. passed through here Saturday en route W as to what kind of fowl it really is. 4iErf( PSiisVU H 8 Wj rTllv ih(HHLP tion. Cummins & Wearen. homo from Crab Orchard Springs. Faulkner. -- Mrs. Laura R Faulkner, News comes from Garrard that anuged mother of Mr. A. G. FaulkLadies, call and see my designs and tho A LITTLE child of John Price, of Rowother little daughter has blessed the land, died nnd was buried Friday. leave your orders for stenciled curtains, ner, died at the home of her daughter, S. II. Aldridge. Mrs. Mary Surber, at Corbin and the union of Mr. and Mrs. sofa pillows, dresser scarfs, waists. John Settles, the Lytic blacksmith, dresses, etc., with Miss Ettie Belle remains wero brought through here FriMr B P. Pelhrby, wife and daughday evening. The burial took place in ter, of Denver, Johnson county, are had a foot badly mashed by a tree fall- Root at Severance's store Friday, April Pleasant Point graveard Saturday afMrs W. A. Carson. ing and striking the member. ternoon. Besides the children mentionguests of Mr. and 2.lrd. ..ii ed, Mrs, Faulkner leaves a son, EuMrs. Hugh ItRin and son, John OwsEggs for sale from Red hens, Wild LouisJust received a car of Webber Wag- gene Faulkner, nnd daughter, Mrs. Sal-li- e ley Held, spent several das in Hughes, both residing in Texas. - Mallurd ducks nnd Toulouse geese. Mrs. ons, also we have on hand HoosierCorn ville. Mr. Held consulted an oye spec- W. Mrs. Faulkner was a good, christian J. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. Drills, Disc Harrows and other farming woman nnd her many friends regret implements. See Millers-bur- g Preserve your roof with the best your order. Coffey us before placing her taking away. Mrs. Bettib Bush went to & Bishop, More-lanFriday to be at thu bedside of her roof paint on enrth, mixed on Somerset Mr. Sanford M. Allen, who is St., Stanford, Ky., at Kails' tin shop. nephsw, For Rent. After Mny 23rd corner W ,' will atniiil nt luv fiirm neur l'rtneh-e- r vcryskk. ha- Tub Q &. C will run an excursion to raits of rooms in I. O. O. building. Miss SaLUE Hawkins, who i.lh the rclMllvwti Ml CO for the Imft Very suitable for lawyer's oflices. Ad- Jiwk which Jack nTlmi iKitti-- a. many fUO visiting Mrs. J. J. Spears in tho West Cincinnuti next Sunday at $1 tli to round-trip- . Train leaves Junction City jacent to county court rooms. Now oc- iolluan. cult.InWill cuiit, nt ihu tpli'ti-Ul- r iilMikiuml u IU liii; Knd, returned to her home at Corbm IViixliiititiUllon, Ititl ltd. Jr., by Hid G a. m. at cupied by J. N Saunders. Apply to J. KihI.Iiu li lti'X IVm Inc. nt lie to In.uru u Friday. llitiigioit. He will !' iHTinlUril to w Mil. J. F. CUMMINS, wife and Misses only ii Uinllitl iuiniUroi nuire.. For Sale. -- Pure S. C. Brown Leg- W. Ireland. Mgr. W. I". OlllMlH.l I,k1 llti.u Ella May Saunders and Nell Clark went horn eggs. Improved laying strain. on should be well dre-eWhen clothes aro a good and as moderate Max Salinger, who used to run the rrinchernllie. to Lexington Sunday in tho former's Mrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. Louisville Storu here, is now one of in price as they are with us, there's nothing but hlaino for you ii you don't automobile. dress well, not extravagantly mind you, not expensively, just decently, Phono 83-- rings. Louisville's rich men. He has an office Dolly Mc MRS. C E. Tate and Miss that's all. It wont cost you much to fit with us. Take at 107 South Sixth street, whero he B. M. The person who by mistake took a lends money in almost any size sums. TliU miii of t'lienter I Mire will mnku the Spring Suit as an instauce. You oouldn't out clothes made to our 817.60 Roberts ro attending the C. W. have your tinier, d long mourning Conventions at veil from opera house on iirrx'iit eiiton lit l. H. L!iirriitT,ii tnllu III which would fit and Sunday School you auy better, or any that would Imvo more tailoring in roll. night of Mrs. Wiggs' show will please He and Mrs. Salinger are living at the llii.loinllleiit Jlo to Insure u ll InnHe u u DrsCIIII'TION ANII I'EllldllKK. this week. Gait House, where they have handsome lilnckultli ttiir In forehi'iul, IS hands high, them. Or do you prefer coat nnd trousers with fancy vest? If to, you will HUllllLE took his return to this office. StNATOR It. I with nil tliemyleiiiiU Anl.h cliurneterUtlu find us with an excellent nssortment. Come in and advise with us. apartments. . of the t'lie.ter luru fiiiulb, a cooU nctlliK daughter, Miss Mattie Lee. to Cincinr o Heu Mm Foil Sale. 10,000 transplanted The Spring Entertainment at tho linrno nnd it ro n If oil am looMnt; IWureit week for treatment. Sho Is for oookliioour iiiaren nati last plants, should bo planted now, Graded School Auditorium Friday eve- Kooil oi.eoVriil lit Inii price. HI ml y Olit't-te- r Dr. W. U. appendicitis. suffering from Dnie, I.tttiiin liy IVIeurnph. imlilamby 10,000 transplanted tomato plants ning was good from beginning to end. Hippy li MnmbrliiD Chief, them. Her and O'Bannon nccompanled Ed Hubbard, Stanford. JNO.tl. LYNN. Each number was well presented and wish for her u speedy recovery. Hu.toinllle, Ky, friends the deafening applause showed how Fellows attended Fly timo is here. Screen your doors The following Odd laying of the new build-Inand windows before tho flies get in. well It was received. Tho program was the corner-ston- e Lexington last week: J. C. Screen cloth doors and window screens probably the most unique of tho many at Champion tlum utallloii of Kentucky, that have been given by the pupils of Temple II 111 HtiH-- Kami. at attractivo prices. G. D. Hopper. McClary, Jesse D. Wearen. S. L. tho Stanford High and Graded School. Hire of Hen Hnr, winner of Km nil M. Reynolds. J. M. Carter, J. Men York; Ijuly ltil winner I have moved to my store-rooon china, and tbegrey Geo. Gaddis, Russell Dillion und others. game unlk-iru- l hod lliuOuleago, uml burnetii clmae 37 to 0. In a very undtlTe tbnt will have as East Main street and am prepared to The Misses Engleman plumbing and tinning. hero Friday afternoon tho Stanford nt the Kentucky state Kulr, lun. nnd more do i their guests for tho dance Misses Belle Comu in and see the best roofing on High School base ball team defeated tea uu than any million In lio norm und Ketitucky. Itt to liuure u colt, uml n Schoolfleld, Danville, Lula and Lottie tho Danvillo Red Legs 37 to 0. Tho IU.SOen.li nt tlmoot .erxlce. good one, or and tho market. W. K. Warner. II K.QODDAIll). Kitchen, Ashland, Ireno Romans first threo innings of tho game were JosellurrudtburK, Ky. Levisa Harris, Lancaster, and The Stanford Danco Club will give interesting but after that our boys bephine Ssndidge, West End, nnd Messrs. tho swcllest dance ever given at Wal- gun to pile up the runs and Danville I Midway, and ton's Opera House next Friday night. John Lewis Thomas, lost heart. Tho visitors put four difAilmlnl.tnitor, with the, will annexed, if irrhpn. Ashland. John C. Weber's orchestra of seven ferent pitchers in the box but each one ofAi e.talti of SmiIIio A. Slilpmnn, deceu.ed, the Mr. Ben Hardin nnd bride, neo Miss pieces from Cincinnati, Will furnish tho was knocked out. Embry and Single- i win on SATU1U1AY, MAY I, I1WJ, Elizabeth Williatnfc.wero hero lasi wee music for the occasion; thu young mar- ton did tho twirling for Stanford and between the hour, of 10 ooloek a. m., until Lincoln f. m., mile on route to Montlcello to visit relatives. ried peoplo of tho town will act as Penny caught in his usual splendid man- o'clock public ut llu.tonvllle, of .lock InUu tlio K)., ut four .hare, They wero married at London Thursand a grand timo Is expected by ner. llu.toiulllo National Hunk, re.ervlnit thu rlKht to withdraw uny ihnre or hnre. If the day, Rev. G. D. Wyatt performing tho the lovers of tho light fantastic. No Resigned Mr. John Owsley Reld bid la not aiitufuctory. Term, cuali. ceremony at tho Christian church. Mr. ono will bo admitted to dance floor exUKO. 1. WKATIIKHKOItl), resigned Saturday as assistant cashier Adm. bulllo A. bhlpniHU. Mark Hardin is a brother of tho lato cept by admission cards issued by memLincoln County National Bank, of tho and Is n rising young attorney. bers of tho club. Hardin STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. on account of the serious condition of Dit. Joserii Blackburn Beck nnd black Till win Charged With Forglry. Jnmea his eyes. Mr. Reld's many friends, as by the tinent .add.addle .tnlllontullloo. aired willlocntoinNlch-..lu.vlll- n I" lirteillnu n Did Clet busy nnd give jour orders for Fertilizer. wife, of Hustonville, wuan Dunmurk regret the mlsfortuno Hlonewnll. TlilBfolt'mliiin IU wheru tho doctor will practice Bcnge, of tho East End, was arretted well as tho bunk, luia colta to mare, lie I. u nice colt. Depthat has befallen this splendid young proehl. Kood brifdlnu lllatniid ut IHlu his profession of dentistry. Several and placed in jail Sunday night by luaure untitweunliiK lime. We bold u lliu colta until paid for llurrtu years ago Dr. Beck practiced at Wil-- : uty Sheriff E. O. Gooch, charged with gentleman und wish him a speedy re- on nil tiiatnnd by thelmpreznator. Wemnria I Imvo tho nicest lino of Buggies, Surreys, Phtetmis mid Ittiimlwuts (hat T have W. E. Edwards, covery. Mr. Reid Is a splendid account- made more Bid removed to Somerset, where forging threo checks on perfect aucciaa In thla hrteillnK, luvo cvor handled. Call uml look before buying AirSJcCormaek Ma u saw mill man living near Crab Orch- ant and made the bank a most excellent years and ho remained for several IILLY BRECKINRIDGE. on tho Crab Or- otllclal. Mr. Welch Rochester, teller, to his native county, Lincoln. ard. Tho checks wero chine. Olobo Fertiliser for Tobacco uutl Corn. Seo ..the Kraiu--o Pivot Ihla line black Jack win, aired by Major llfl llBH leilRPll I III! chard Banking Co. Bengu had on un has been made assistant cashier to suc- John I. Ilurrla' Imported Jack. Ho will I... ...nrrl.xL ...I WllUfU " In oat my Uimnt to teuton make through! fmmenso pistol and a belt full of car- ceed Mr, Reld, who is worthy and cap- In.tirtithivolt untilof weunluu time. IliaIS get Axlo Hiding Cultivator. residence of Mrs. Nannlo Ush it every respect to fill tho respon- of ItaMUnowoii my farm to a how- for til estate lirra oi steeie as unam tridges. $10 In currency was found on able in the real good brcvdliili. llu u auru foul getter. his person. He Is about 21 years old. sible position and wo congratulate tho A. T.TUAWAm A. HONH. 1'Jia.ailt 11111 bers, and will remove at onco.-Je- ssa on tnoir aumiraoio selection. llrccdlini furm, HtuuforU, 21. 1', 1). No, t has not been set. directors His trial mine Journal. CORSETS. CARf-ENTE- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., hand-som- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, CARi-ENTE- n, buggy-phaeto- Cai-erto- le 0. niip VKi t d. SEASONOF 1909. ln i In-u- il re THERE'S Ma EXCUSE. d. JF H: 3 CHESTER S. Rich-mon- cab-bag- W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. For all kinds of ... g RED LEAF Highest Market Prices Paid COUNTRY Bur-dctt- e, clinm-ploiulil- Keld-lii- one-side- d high-price- hluli-clui- - PRODUCE Saleof Bank Stock in Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville p...i. and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford. chap-eron- FARMERS! E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. - 1 SgaBiaj1Jia,i. U V " ' "J'S P1, " " "" ,srr r"' The Interior Journal. JrWnlA u Potf-O- tumd-clt- Georgetown. At the Jersey sale at Nlcholasvllle cows brouRht $50 to 1107. St Sow and eight nlco shoals for sale, No. Jl.Houth.tltMr. M. a J. M. McCarty, Stanford. No.,nouth,llrtn A. m. 4 mi M. No. 4. North. At J. P. Holtzclaw'a salo at Preach No. n. North, niV7 r. M. No.?, 10: 17 A.. crsvlllo corn brought $3 NO. is, :40 P. M. Night riders ore scraplncr tobacco beds around Nashville. JOS. 3. RICE, Agont. T. W. Jones shipped to Cincinnati a The Truth of hogs ho bought at 5 to fie. Mr. J. C. Trimble, of Mt. Sterling Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand-ruf- f sold a pair of coming; two year old mare or any form of skin or scalp dis- mules for $.110. Monte Fox bought last week from ease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi W. T. Hoblnson. of Boyle county, 63 external use. All durgeists sell ZEMC fino fat cattle at Cc. Hayes & Moore, of Columbia, Tenn PENNY'S DRUG STORE. sold 20 mules at an average of $234.50. One mule sold to a Memphis party for matin. A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Good Jersey milk cow for sale. W. Cough Itemcdy. No opium, no chlo- mill 0. Walker, Stanford. roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Stanford u Thomas Hook, a veteran turfman, Is Sold by Penny's Drug Store. PARMIR'S DEPARTMKHT. FOR SALE I 0 TJh.U for sale. Will sell either or both. power holler ami engine and saw 2 3 feTS. o,-"-- dead at Ohas. Iotomce, Wnynrsburg, Ky, n. a Jn L. N. TIMETABLE Charles J. Bronston, who died sud. DEITS COLLECTED. denly in Lexington Thursday morning, Wo collect norcs, claims nnd accounts. In secured a divorce from his wifo tho any part of the United mates. No charges Monday before. unless collected, Collections promptly remitted. Try us. . 2,3 --5-0 cu 3 I A 2.'S. Sl . CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I IlOY II OOt.t.KCTION AOHNOY, Honiersct, Ky. op , S car-loa- d can furnish the public with the best, as well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths Draft Stallion, at $10 to Insure a Livfor for funeral purposes. ing Colt. In connection with the alwve, 1 have all kinds of vegetables on hand at rcnxonable Also n good Mulo .Taok at tho samo prices, CIIKIHTMANOiIKKXHOUHKM, price and on same conditions. Ki) Ili'iiiiAnn, I'hiiii. Htauford, Ky, M. S. Hauohma.V, Stanford, Ky. GEORGE HUR, a'-- " ' 2.CB r"i a CHESTER JEWEL. stallion. Chester Jewel, black IS hands high, will make the season of lis nt my stable four miles West of drab Orchard at mouth of OdnrUrvek.nt 1.1 to Insure a living colt. Hired by Chester Dure, 1st dam bv Heooml Jewel. This man- - Is the dam of ii matv that sold for taJ'-l- . fndilnui lir llliiits'lirriiiiiiii. .Ird dam Anna Ilufnrd, by Montle, 4th dam ileum, oy nosion, sin nam ny Kpinon, Mil dam by Old Denmark, Till dam by (,'ol)er. Money due when colt Is foaled or mare trndedor parted. Mares graied nt IJ..7I per month, nil Mils paid remowil nf mares; not responsible for accidents or es capes. JOHN W. IIOLMKH.OrnbOrchnnl.Ky My The Jotiph Pries Sanatorium, North Ijtncn.tcr Htreet, so B S-- HOC 2L .a j -- . , f f f J. 1'reston til, Kentucky's greatest saddle stal lion, lie by Washington 61; lllack Joe's 1st Now-Livordam Luclle by Messenger IHmiinrkMdam Mettle Hoblnson by Robinson's Vermont Dopot Ilnmbletonlau, he Is a ery line Individual; hands, black wit hone white foot ; stands' 00, weight l,ni pounds, years old: fine saddler In Kentucky. nnd very showy In harness; of tine style nnd STANFORD, KY. nctlon. Hee him liefore you book your STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Beau Naboth will make the season of inures Residence t'lione 34, Ofllcc, M. Hen son due If marc Is traded or narted 1909 at my barn. Bring me your barwith. All can- - will In- - taken to avoid acciInsure with mo nud be fully Is Curable ren mares. I have successfully used dents, but not responsible should any occur. protected. J. 1). KADHAHONH. ZEMO, a scientific preparation foi tho imprcgnator for two years. Felix Ky. Htanford. external use. Stops itching Instantly White, Stanford, Ky. and destroys the germs that causa skin Danville Court The cattle busidiseases. Eczema cuickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable ness was quiet at Danville court yesterVol.11. Druggists. Write (or samlarge young Ii n handsome, long unci Jersey Hull, or day. There were about 150 on tho marChampion 5 salted saddle stallion of Ken- - medicine. All unbroken line from h Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. at all the Kentucky fairs lckv. the most noted bulls nnd cows on the ket and the best prico realized was 4c. nnd nlsowinninghorse show nt IlulTalo N. Y. ple. E.W. nt .the Penny's Drug Store. of Jersey Knglnnd and America. Ills and Kansas City. Ire If one of the liest hulls ever Imported Butcher stuff was slow at 21 to 31c. Ht. I.oulsM-.by and his dam Is a show cow that hns given 05 The horse and mule market was very Hired damWashington, No. 61. No, 101. Hell, by llliode rick Klrst pounds of rich milk In one day. If you Hecond dum by Denmark. eve-Like tiegets Like or the Likeness of dull. He Is n brown horso l hands high with some Ancestor" and have n strictly good The Georgia peach crop is safe, ac- line style and very high action. It Is useless 1 vs 111 stnnd my line cow. you should avail yourself of his mule lack Peyton. litmus SEHe will be allowed to servo it limited cording to State Commissioner of Agri- to sny more about countiesthe people of this nt my farm at Murelaud, Kyat IM0I11. unknow tils record it living colt. and the adjoining number of approved, registered cows outpurside of our own herd this year, for it fee of culture Hudson. There have been only ns ii show horse and nlofor breeding Alio will stand standard-breregistered poses. S3 each. Make engagement before sending very light frosts in Georgia this month, He will make the season of lt'V, nt my Wilkes stallion and three line young jacks It Kill AOTTEIt, cow to he bred. will I lxrinllt.il to ser few tree Btnnford, Ky. and it. is believed that the peach crop stable In Crab Orchard. Ky.. iitthe reason-aid- e to my regular customers en here maresbreed Styles up to the minute. Prices heyoml competition. Telephone SO. w they Wc also state that figure of fj, to Insure n living colt. N. 11. We have to offer three extra choice per month, keep bull calves that will be sold at right prices. will be as early as that of last season Will will notmares on grass nt JJ accident or three uiurvs or more. In- - responsible for II. II. KINO. our Spring Line if now rjoinplclc. To kivo money, mine nnd ecu and Ik) but and fully as heavy. ecnpeof stock. Heii.ou Is due It mure l convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoes for Iuliw, Mi.-sand Children and The horse show at Danville yesterday traded or parted with, or bred to other stock. Hunan and Walkover lines our line of (icut's Shoes will certainly plon-v- . J.C. IIAILKY. did not compare with that here Monday You can And our Htnndnrd Hemedy, the Cruh Orchard, Ky. nre hummers nud nre strictly reliable. Yours for mi honest deal, Have your measure taken by a tailor nf greatest blood and liver medlclneyet know n. week. Fully twice as many stallions Then your clot lies, whether u low In case of Itheumatlsiii, Halt Uheum, Kid- were exhibited here and tho quality Ciurlh-- Wnr.i:i.i:i:. price business suit or the finest evening Dorscy Goldduit, 12052. ney Trouble and ull diseases arising from clothes, will have that I ndU (duality and nt Impure blood It has no equal. It is manu- was quite as good. Two of Lincoln which plainly Indlente they were inailu to Full brother to Kstelle, No. ill). factured under the pure fowl act of June si, county's best-- D. S. Carpenter's Dig)our measure. I will nlso take your measguaranteed by the manufacturer If Hired Ibr (lold ure the Ilemedy Is taken according lo directions nity Dare and E S. Powell & Son's Al- - dust 1Wbvllcndl (lolddUHt.mil. mid on to coatsfor 1'itnt trousers, fancy ests, top by Vermont Morgan and overcoats. Hprlng and Hummer and if ho or she Is not benellted by the use hand ready lor your Inspection of the Remedy we will refund our money. mont Dare were shown at Danville juiin .Morgan.Zllcndl (lolddtist wns by an sumpl-'soThednm of We can do nothing more. Kueli pnekage H.O. RUl'LKY.TheTallor. Htnllloii Zlli sell. contains an doses with n registered guaran- and they attracted a great deal of at Itnp.Arnbluii Horsey (iolildust Is Florence Htaiifurd, Ky. 1 he dam of tee and mulling card with full Instructions. tention. (iolden Mingo Chief u son of (lulTs Comet lit We send It to any address by mall on reMorgan nnd on toJustln morgan. ceipt of per pnekage or six packages for Notk. This Is mi Intensely Inbred Morgan There was a hen S3, lietterordera box If tiikcn In & Htnllloii the blood now In demand. A rich time you might save a big doctor's bill. Too old to lay. dappled bay, black iolnts, la hands high Kcinemberlf you take tho Itemed accordsliilllon of ureal beauty nnd nctlon, ing to instructions nnd lire not benellted, The farmer men with speed and eudurunce mid unexcelled you get jour dollnr back. You will not asn producerof high cluss show, rood and Oft looked her way, llnd the remedy In drug stores for wile. It Kiistern horses. The records of his produce is sold only bv our duly authorized agents. She saw them at her silly winking iMith In show uiul snle rings prove his t MiliItKlUIKN WILLIAM, Agent. um! merit as a producerof tine road, show And so began to do some thinking. mid sale horses. MU TV M 1 l ijtj-e J Jr The present season will lw made at my She knew that she barn i miles from Htanford, ut a living colt. Money due when colt comesor Could earn no corn iniirK ported with. Mares kept on grass at y dny. Good cure given but no And fricassee t for accidents or i scupes, Might soon adorn. K.ltr'IH. But coldly she the problem tackled; We are In position to do all kinds of concreting, such as Hlock Work, When othtrs layedshe loudly cackled. ! any thing from Klght of the lending companies of the and. In fact, we can mnke enn house down to a fence post. We flrt-cui- s serve world represented. Uouiete In rates with Her little scheme you promptly and guarantee all the companies of the world. The safest, surest and most adequate safe Worked well, indeed, work and material. Call and get our prices record uiisurimssed. Never had a law guard lor the inure is it policy before you buy your material nt least. suit In the history of tills agency. losses owner deem prompt! paid and without discount. No The Mutual Benefit Life waiting iiiiinys lor your money liefore inHer worth her feed. suring, call on About the yard she waxes fatter Insurance Co. Stanford, Ky. And still escapes the dreaded platter. It Is conspicuous for economical manage- MAHONY & ment, llhcrultt) of ItsiMillry contracts, fair dealing with Its ineinU'rsand large returns The Insurance Men of Stanford. Words To Freeze The Soul. to ,. nollcv holders. "Your son has consumption. His nie compHiiy is just eiiieriug me SIXTY FOURTH YEAR case is hopeless." These appal-Hn- j; of it successful business career with more word- - were spoken to Geo K, pollcv holders In Lincoln county than combined. Write for Dlevons, a leading merchant of Spring-Hel- d, all other compaults ugeund whether particulars, stating I har found a tried and tested cur lot or single to X. C , by i wo expert doctors-o- ne Not a remedy that will straighten th It.M.NKWLVNl) HHClalAgt. ailing specialist. Then wasshown Myers House Klats.Htaiilurd, distorted limbs of chronic cripples, nor turn bony trowths back to flesh again. That It Impossible. James I, White, tho wonderful power of Dr. King's Rut I can now surely kill the paint and pangs ot Hollcllor for Rockcastle (Jo. this deplorable disease. New Discovery ' After three weeks' In Uermany with a Chemist In the City of Darmstadt I found the hut tncredleot with use," writes Mr. Woven' "he was ns which Dr. Shoop's ltlMumatla Remedy was made well as ever. I would not take all tho a perfected, dependable prescrlpUon. Without Muhogony last Ingredient, I succetstally treated money in the world for what It did for I.3SI pounds, Imy, 1M, bunds high, weight that y eases of Kheumatlun I but now, at last. manr. It uniperfectly sound. Trotted In man my boy." Infallible for coughs and t:SH nnd racks fast. Hus live distinct gaits, formly cures all curable cases of this heretofore granular lllue string horse from colt to present date much dreaded disease. Those colds, Its tho safost, surest cureof des- Nevurdcfcuted In model ring except by his wsites. found InitheumaUcIilood iMmtodlssolreaa S H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, ring under the action of this remedy two colts. Hefeuteimiiead perate Inns' diseases on earth. 50o. nt llurrodsburg. Colts very In model break and at away tuntr when added to pure water. freely doe kind lo J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER dissolved, these poisonous wattes J.B PAXTON. unusually Intelligent, (treat breeder And then, when UmleitsKers and Euibalrr and 61 Guar.nteo satisfaction. Trial anilhigh action colts, for limit uniform lined-er- . freely past from tha tyitem. and the cause of J' W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. Also Dealers in Furnever got a sorrel colt. Ills colt Hrst III Rheumatism Is rone forever. There U now no boitle free Penny's Drue Storo. era. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER real need no actual excuse to suffer longer withstake ring for $125 at llurrodsburg, 1U Huckllng colt ftrst In harness ring at Htnle out help. Wt sen, and la cofldcuc recommend niture, Mattings, Rugs. They i'.'i ot lilscoltsiUHruKlngl1, enr Kalr, IMA. MATRIMONIAL. DIREOTORSl sold for nverage price of ((III. Iiiiuirts high will exchange Furniture for J. IJ. Owsley, Suiuiunl; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. Y. Carter, Stanford Ernest Lucas and Margie Gibson were shoulders, lung, tapering necks nnd good heudstoull. Htitsoitof !'.! In lliittontllle all Kinds of Stock. Give John li. Foster, Stanford; XV. II. Shanks, Stanfonl; T. C. Kan- lusure u llo colt or ii the seuson married nt Alden Camden's on the X7th. ut $.ti tofor Money sfasoii due ut time of first serThimaCall. Prices Right km, Laneaaer, .J. li. I'axton, Stanford; . II. Traylor, Perry L. McElfuh cut his throat at vice. Dignity Dure Is too well known to Gilberts Creek; IL L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. Brookport, III , on the eve of his mar- make further mention of him necessary. Dignity Duru was ueverdefented In it herd II. Cuiiiiiiins, Lllbuni ring. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. riage. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. (inns furnished nt tf& per month. (nr Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Hen P. Pollard and Miss Mattie L. taken lo preeut accidents and escapes but Nolan, who were married ut Mt. Sterl- not responsible should miy occur. ing Fob. 21, have just made tho fact toMures looted, traded, purled with or bred another horse miikes service money due, public. I'lioue In residence, (lorrespondelicii soHeiison of lliiv. licited. D.H.OARl'KNTr'H, llustoiiilllu. Mr, and Mrs. William Lair Reynolds Hire of I'altln I. X:1V',. Al Hums, announce the engagement of their and six others with trials front (:: to litis, those lire the only ones t hut were ever handdaughter. MUs Marie Louise Powell, of led for speed. Also the sire of one dam with Vertiuilles, to Mr. James Nathan Ellione In the :.1) list. Hired by (lumbetta Wilott, nf Lexington The msrriago is to list, in in l.l.i hunds, fouled In llssl. brul by (1. A O. kes xslVW. the sire of Ml III tlie f clnliueil to ho the greatest In be celebrated in June. The groom is a I. Uecll, Duiivllle, Ky. Trotted it mllu by f.iauml f!W with the world. 1st dam son of the late Prof. Milton Elliott, and (luuibuttitthree weeks' huudllUB. Hired 1 sire In dum of 6 with records of Daisy Field (grand to from Wilkes ir.Vj,l:il.'4HlnJ;W list. , is sou of Hiililhletoiilun here. M In the tiM list, by Knlleldl;-MOrganiMtit, 8S2. Capital Stock, $50,000. (Iruudslreof-ntho trotters lu.iium by Heeley'aAmerlcuiiHtar. Kulleld tit Inpuce i:) list. records of ii ml Surplus ant lnttividtJ iProA'ts. SS, OOO. I'M or Iwtter, t;iv hits Sin l:i. hltdiiughtera hnve tv In rt with Mr. P. G. Frltts, Oneonta, N. V., One of his great grand tons Is credited with i::, or better, 2nd ditm (lutckstep by Kentucky I'rlnce, Jr.. slro of J. it. fil7K, wrltos: "My little jrlrl was greatly II performers, mid his descendiiiits In list, all told, nre now itliout 67u In number. uuiuie.zizi. nun uiiiiis ui ij in mv 2.f ii.. Jifas pat in liiuidoncia sines Organization, S2II, 500, by taking Foley's Orlno benefitted Istdam I'lnlcntarlle by MambrliioHtnrtle 3rd dum by Old Joe, sire of the dam of J. It. lOnnil ilumsof Laxative, and I think it Is the best 44ul,struof roxy Curd "!:l7, At.lucludtug (Jul. (luiton curries tho blood of four leading Uhesley iilu and nette t:00, Jnvitt 7ow Jfccounts on Our 9farit others, fuiulllesiHumbletoulun, Wilkes, Mumhrluo remedy for constipation and liver American Hlur. 2nd dum Murthu, by Lle Wilkes tVrt, slru (Jhlef mid of 7 nnd against trouble." Foley's Orlno Laxative Is T.linwM, daint of llesslo Uuch t:ii;,, John ijuiiou tcoitsIIIuiivegone classes una de- r tiling CUV, and and roinl-ttefeated the he.t harness best for women and children, na it lu llrd dam KlUu, by Imp, ti others Uuckden, rings, they nre III great demand, telling I OFFICERS. DIRECTnRS-lleverss will muuu the present season ut us high as Ui utter mnturlty, yeurllugs Undertaker. Embalmor ond mild," pleas-tuand etrectlvo, and is a the stable of Julius McKechnlu near Hub. fronilli) tof.f0. (lulioii will stand ut my K ,eid. ' S, Docker, President;, ll, Uaughraan, Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, splendid spring medicine, as Itcleans- - bloat 111) to Insure u Ling colt, stuble Smiles West of Ilu.tontlllo on M D. Elmore, pike ut 115 to Insure n living colt J, M. I es the system and S. T. Harris, clears the complex- LEADER. Money due If mare Is traded after lailng bred, H. C. Uaughman. J. V. Cummins, At the same time and place I will stand, t'lenty of grass ut IJJW iwr month, suved ion New Stanford Drug Co. John J, Mcltoberts, Cashier; the black lack former! owned by for mares, nootner stock mixed with STANFORD, - KY- S. T, Harris, M. ii. KUbunks. lie Is a line Individ mures, hare grass lott and large stable for 00. C. Hoblnson, II, C. Baugbman, Atst. Cath'r W. H. OUannon hi colts tueulc louder than words of his mares to foal, drain fed at cost. "I propose to save $1,000." J, S. Hocker, I'lioue In residence, Hustonville Ksohange. iiuulltlus as is breeder. This will be hie thin "WbenT" W.W. Saunders, Uookkeeper. season, (10 for mure mule 7 for horse mule. 167. W.M.DODD, C. E. Tate. OCCS Ilomel'hou; 6. year." Hustonville, Ky, J, K. MCKKOIINIK, Hubble, Ky. L. Nichols & Sons, of Woodburn, sold to Lawrence Jones, of Louisville, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. a fine young saddle and show horse for $2,000. Stanley Milward, of the Board of Office over McRoberta Drug Store in Control, Is in Now York to buy four Owsley Building. the s of Holstclns for use at the State asylums. Insurtt Tobacco and Tobacco Bert McCllntock, of Millersburg, bought of C. S. Underwood, of Ohio, mare mules 16 a pair of hands high, for $500. Nothing But J. Will Henry, of Mt. Sterling, has ii sold his fine jack. "Big Ike," to Jake D. Lynk, of Platte City, Mo., for $1,300. The Insurance Man, The jack Is one of the best ever raised A. S. PRICE, Dentist, Surgeon $477. tanford, Kentucky. i g .or-gnu- s, GO. J. for Trent men! of Diseases of the Kyi-- , No.e, Throat, Knr, Rectal Nerv ous Hystem nnd nursery. (lenllo-Trlnar- rOf Notice Poultry Ralstri ! -s 2 ss g car-load- Now Is the time of rear to feed votir fowls a good tonic, cures Uholern, Clapes, Roup, canker nnd l.luilierneck, when fed ns a preventive It not only keeps Ihvm healthy larnt. Insurance. UIM n..l.. tk. ....a nf iwv n. uur ...I., ,. in iniiHr .nc .vii-u- ii ii In.. ainui', IV. miles Northwest of Htanford. Ky.. nt IIS to insure n living colt, lllack Joe Is by "Black Joe" rice hi cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist. Oeo.urenny, try It under tue gunrniitcv, .sk lor ooomei on Ulscaset of poultry. but makes them lay. 2. snni ' S. D. CARTER, Street, Phone Eczema v nm 90' Jesse Wearen, ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. Adorina's Fox PRESTON 922. MILLINERY. Hustonville, Ky.7 The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. beli- PEYTON. 11 d ser-vic- e. At McKinney, Ky., When Ordering Clothes 4 u 1 Mahony Rankin, b INSURANCE, Life, CONCRETING Fire, UK- in-- resHin-slblllt- and Tornado. Farm Property a Spe cialty. Accident er Safeguard the Future PHILLIPS BR.OS., Hr This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. Investigate before placing your order. J, L.Beazley&Co., ... .... RANKIN, W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. Of Stanford, Kentucky. Rheumatism mur-rl-'- d Che Lincoln County national Bank $50,000.00 Sheu-matfi- dFgNITY DARE 1982. Capital, ssnd-llk- s Surplus, Resources, 38,000.00 340,000.00 tu .m ' Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy C. McCIary, GALTON 12910. :!,, REVERSA 47162. Ji'rst J Tfcttioncil SftanAj Stanford, Jty. well-know- t;l i:) L m "N-nne- I HI, ,u4.2! (' sj K. 4"4m.v .(a&Ai, tofamimitor&rn vh