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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): April 27, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909042701_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 27, 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. 'r w -- '" f ;- - r( r "nw V "T" .mip mwwimamtm miHHMMRiMrxn The Interiop Journal. VOL. XXXVII. Reminiscent of Lincoln County ing the War. ralJ Dur- STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, James Miller, L. Wither. M. C. Port-maGeorge Tribble Ktchnrd Cobb, JameaA. Harris, Col. Hill, Tim Pennington and many other aro now at rest on tho banks of thu Jordan; all line men Of my old schoolmates Sam Haughman, Jim and Mack Drucc, Hob Porter and Tom Uublmon aro nil I re member being left, Tho old Confederates loft in Fayette are Cols Dick and Charlton Morgan, Lt Col. Coleman, Mai. Bullock and the In Madison aro Col, Payno brother McCreary, Joe Collins, Nath Dcathcr neo and Joe Mnumn, In Garrard are Capt. Hob Terrill, Alex Doty, Tom Ar nold, Win. Denton and others. Lincoln has her Judge Saulley, Judgo Alcorn, Col. Jim Guent, Cap Peyton and Cam Iloylo ha Col. Hrccklnride, Hays. Tribble, Haughman, Durham and Surlier. They are passing nway and will all soon bo gone to a better nnd brighter world. I have been over every foot of tho ground that Gen. Grant wentovcr when ho left Shiloh for Vicksburg, nnd over tho ground he trod when ho went from the Potomac to Appomatox following Lee, and Sherman when ho followed Johnson from tho city of Chattanooga to the coast 1 havo heard Mr. Alec Stephens say that the campaigns tho last year of the war from the Potomac to Appomatox by Leu and Johnson from Dalton to the coast were never excelled by any men on earth. Two of tho most desperate men in Kentucky were Ferguson, who was killed at tho foot oftho mountains in Lincoln county, and Uridgewater, who was killed in a hotel at Stanford by Walter Saunders, who was afterward made sherilT of Lincoln county. Lincoln county used to send her best men to the front. She has two fine men in office now. Helm and Shanks. They can hold up the banner and talk for democratic principles. Judge Saulley or Owsley will either make a lino judge. I would like to pee Hon. It. J. Hreckin ridge governor of Kentucky and and Sautloy in the U. S Senate All three are brilliant, able men. Thu old democratic party has got to put her best men up if sho ever expect to come to the front again, and let little men go ror uongroas next time uoyie win hdto a son in W. J. Price. Mr. Helm will be presented by Lincoln county, loth ure fine men. Price Is as game a democrat us ever fought for party. 1 am fin A.nerican and for America all the time. I can remember when the old'ilemocratlc party was led by such men a John C. Hreckiundge, Mr Stephenson, Mr. Powell and Gov Magoffin, and when the old Whigs were led by Crittenden, Hell, Dunlnp, Hardin and 5lher. These were all able flag anymen and could carry thi-i- r where. Let the old party be led by such men as McCreary, Suulley, Hreck- inndge arid others, and thu ounger set by John lt. Allen, Mr Johnson, Helm, Price, Owsley anil others. Put these nien to thu front and uctory will perch on our banner oncu more. DkMOCKAT OK li50, n, APRIL 27. 1909. HUSTONVILLE. NO. 17. NEWS NOTES. I wroto you a letter on Morgan' flrat In Kentucky In th Spjing of 'C2, i when he enwaed th Cumberland river. Every ono thought that was tho last of tho Confcil'ratM, but on tho lnt day of July In '62, Gen Klrhy Smith had awung around tho Union army at Cumn berland Gap and came down to July 30. Ho met the Union army at old Mt. 'Ion church, where a battle was fought on the old Palmer T Embry and Maupln farms. Col War ner and I.t. Col Lamlram, of tho 18th Union Keglmcnt, were badly wounded. There Col. Warner wus shot in the left side. Lamlram had ono eye shot out, Tho regiment fell back about 200 yard. They recovered. Gen. John Miller got it in lino of battle, on tho Garrett Elkin farm. Tho next round Gen, Miller waa shot from his horse and crawled In a stable. When tho Confederates came up they asked him who he was and he told them and said ho would llko to Iks carried down to his old friend, Brother Tom rainier. Thev put him In an am butance and took him there, where ho died nino days later. I can never for get the night he died; how ho cnlled on his bravo boys to gather around him Ho waa a flno man. His brother, Jamc Miller, lived on Dix river In Lincoln county for many years. His four sons, John. Dan. James and Will all went in to tho Confederate army with Napier and Morgan and were said to bo fine voldfers. Gen. Klrby Smith captured Richmond and 8,000 prisoners, about 1.000 getting away; lied through cornfields and every way tp make their escape. Smith mov-e- d on to Lexington ami captured it. Tho next day Gen. Morgan came in at the head of 1,200 or 1,500 cavalry. It was his first visit to his homo. Morgan then had three battalions, one under Duke, nno under Gano and one under W. C. P. Hrcckinndgc. all of whom bo camo prominent men In the Confederate army. Gens. Uragg and Iluoll got there first and reinforced his army to HW.tWO men and came out and only part of each army met at Perryville, where a battle was fought on Oct 8, lb52. llragg left tho State by way of Crab Orchard. Gen. Smith went by way of Richmond. retreat and Wheeler covered liragg' Morgan covered Smith's. When Smith reached the foot of Hig Hill Gen. Morgan came back and marched all night, reaching Lexington nbout daylight and after a sharp fight at Woodland Park captured i Union regiment. He then marched rapidly to lMiUville, threw n a few shells into the city and tore up a portion of tho L & N. track. He overtook llragg at Stono river. In Tennessee, where tho next great battle was loughU In '62 there was a body of Confederate soldiers camped in Shelby's woods, young men going South under There were a numbor of Hob Alston Home Guards from Dunville who attacked them and a sharp light followed. AUton was afterward chief of Morgan atatT with thu rank of lieutenant colo nel on tho Ohio raid. Ho was killed in Atlanta, Gn , by Col. Cox In n personal encounter. Cox was sent to the penitentiary but was later pardoned by Alex Stephens. I saw Stephen once In Atlanta. Ga after the war. Since a boy in Lincoln county 1 look back ut.d find ull my father' friends ure gone. John K Haughman. Horace Wither, Judgo Hailcy, Jco Haydcn, Newton Craig, Col Napier, Win. Vundivt-r- , Frliw, Onoonin, N. V., "My llitltt g'rl wus uroatly liy titklug Folej ' Orlno lienotUud I.nxiUWe, and 1 think it ii the het nnd lier rouKHly lor euitlpntion trouble." Fuloj ' Oi 'no Laxative U Ual for women and ehudren, us it In tullil, plaaut iiud t ittvti.e, and H a HPlondl'l Murine mttOirtiiu, us Iti leans- the romplex cs (tie h)Uiiii and i New Stanford Drug ( t. Ion Mr write-- . l. U rt W, D. (locker has been transferred Charles Warren Stoddard, the author, from Tyrone to Harrodiburg. died at Monterey, Cat. Carroll II. Held has arrived from Los Tho Ice jam at Niagara Falls has been partly broken by tho use of dyne-mlt- o Angeles, where his Kcntuckythorough-br- l showed their heels to all oppoCol. Hcnnett II. Young nnd S. A. nents Cunningham purchased the birthplaco Tho Ladies Auxiliary to the C. W. H. M. will meet Thursday at 2:30 P. M. of JeiTcrson Davis at Fafrvlew. Oil Company paid with Mrs K. L Uerry. The Waters-PiercAll aro InvitIts flno In Texas. Tho Immense amount ed to attend. -$- 1,808,7'3.95 was paid in cash. Our poultry buyer bought nnother Itobber entered tho bank at HufTalp, car of poultry and eggs lust week. Tho Leon county, Texas, dynamited the rush necessitated the employment of safe and escaped with $3,400 in cash additional help. A very Btrikingly At Mt. Carmel, III , Mrs. Lib Lucas handsomo and and her son, Jesse Lucas, were given bright boy is the namesake of our replife terms for the murder of Clyde resentative in Congress, Harvey Helm, son Of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Helm. Two additional letters demanding u Corn planting will bo about competed ransom for James Shepard Cabsnne, this week and on account of tho unuIII., have been received by tho boy' sual high prico prevailing, the acreage grandfather. The sum fixed is $1,000. will will bo much larger than usual. The letters were mailed in Chicago. E. S. Powell and Joslah Hishop, beHcach Margin, his mother and grand- ing much Interested in the horse busimother were on tho witness stand at ness, made a trip to Mt. Sterling last Irvine and the testimony given was to week to see the great stallion, Dourbon tho effect that Judge Hargis had made Chief. moro than ono attempt to kill his son. Miss Maggio Leonard, tho The grand jury at Mercer, Pa., regirl who was so frightfully burned turned ono indictment each against two weeks ago, died Friday and was James Doyle and his wife, charging kid- buried in the cemetery at Green River napingAn extra count in the Indict- church, MIddlcburg. ment against tho woman charge aidThe board of education of our graded ing and abetting n kidnaping. school will entertain no application for Mrs. Minnie Crosby, of Hatticsburg, position as teacher from any ono who Miss,, confessed that she pulled the does not have a s certificate trigger which sent the contents of a and who has not taught school at least shot gun into the head of J. It. Mc 12 months. Shane, whoso body was found in a se A Dramatic Stock Co. with 10 first eluded spot In the Leaf IUvcr swamp, class ladies and gentlemen will present Judge M. J. Gordon, former counsel the screaming drama of "Charley's for the Great Northern Railway, was Aunt" at Alcorn' Opera House Friday arrested at Spokane on indictments by night, April 30. They guarantee 105 tho grand jury. He is charged with laugh in 1G5 minutes, and for the embezzlement of funds from tho rail price you can't afford to miss it. way company while acting us its attor Some inquiry is being made to know ney. why the stone In Jonas Austin's field Gov. Judon Harmon, receiver of the near Pine Lick creek, which was brokCincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton rail- en, measured and paid for by the counroad, confirms the report that the re ty last fall, has not been used to fill up ceivership will be lifted In u few days, thu deep holes in tho road, which are nnd that it will be followed by the tak within n stone's throw of the pile ? e Please explain. ing over of the property by tho and Ohio railroad. W. G. and Thomas Routon have re After burning 11 days, sweeping over turned from an extended visit to friends an area of 200,000 acres nnd causing nn at Mannsville and Campbellsville. U. estimated loss of JM.WH3, thu prairie Newbern wns called to Holiver, lire near Pecos, Tex , wus extinguish- Tenn , to attend the funeral of his ed. Tho fire fighters camped on tho brother, who dropped dead at Com way, blaze and fought it sjstematically. The Ark. Horn, to tho wife of P. H. Rich flames ut night could be seen 75 mile ards, a daughter Geneva. away. John D. Hurton will serve as a juror in After addressing tho following note the Federal court at Richmond this to his children Karl Kehrwnld, of New week. port, blew out his brains: "I have Mrs. Cordia. wife of Geo A. Smith, reached tho time in life in which I nm died on the ISth after a lingering ill of no further benefit to you, the com ness of consumption, aged 27. Her husmunity or myself. Don't worry" about band and four children survive. She me and conduct yourselves as good child- was a devout member of the Uaptist ren ought to " church nnd beloved by all who knew As a protest against tho pardoning her. Interment took place in McKin- of Taylor, Finley and the other men in ney cemetery anu was attended by a dicted for the murder of Gov. Goebel, large number of sorrowing friends and Gov. Willson was hanged in effigy from relatives. Her long suffering ceased u bridgo in Frankfort Friday night. A when the Master called her home. rcftort that the executive Mansion was There will bo two splendid entertainbeing guarded was denied by tho Gov ments at the opera houon (hi week. ernor. ono on Wednesday nnd one on Friday With Hroughton Hrandenburg, arrest- night. The 20 members of one of the ed in San Francisco us u fugitive from best gymnasiums in tho country will justice in New York, wns found James give an interesting program interspersShepard Cabanne III., who disappear ed with high class music by their ored from his father' homo in St. Louis chestra See program for full particurecently Hrundenburg admitted tak- lars. The "Temple of Mirth" alone is ing the boy from St. Louis in a wicker worth tho price of admission. Uoxing, basket, but said ho did it uitli the au- pryaminds. tumbling, etc. Don't miss thority of his wife, who formerly was it. Mrs. Cuimnno. Hrandenburg will be Swept Ovor Niagara. taken to New York to fuco trial on the charge of larceny growing out of the This terrlblo calamity often happens forged Cleveland letter incident. becausotho careless boatman ignores tho river's warnings-growinripples e Sho-waite- r. first-clasHaiti-mor- An Ideal Walking Oxford. Welted .Soli, sB1 VERY SWELL. Extension Kee. Etjtt Reproduction of U,U Sltl Shot. OXFORDS Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for Men. women and Children. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING. STANFORD, Saturday, May i, '09. T5&ijrarlXarsanJ lireg(hRnilwdyTwU,200 Equipment ZfSr Trnvir uv "or,M n"l,s,,EI'P!ln,s kV9VW VIY Special Train VICH m " K- " Cml. -' vSfcpVT wan niis 2&ft A Wlit 7tE&L.&MBL'i1iKWHr;f I I lYkalfii' iitiTi" I I rfjrTr JsoMiMstfflt?N''rVyfefifck than have my feet cut ull," said M.L. Ilii.L'ham, ut I'rlncevllle, 111, "but you'll dlo from gangrono (which bad eaten a way eight toes) If jou don't", said ull dch'tors. Instead bo used IJuckleu'sr Arnica Salvo till wholly uivd. Its cures of lvLVCina, Feor Sores, Hulls, Hums uml 1'iles as tound the world. 24c at Penny's Drug Store, . "I'd Rather DIorDoctor, g HHa3MHHKBiLvwVC BBBBBBnn BBB viLLLT , B 4 "sSr r "T!lmlHI. MlllVfll Oh, don't you remember Sweet Hen Holt? Sweet Alice, whoso hair was so The width that aforetiinu but for a sleevo Now miketh tho skirt of her Alice, w arnlngs and faster current-Natureure kind. That dull pnln or ache Intho back warns you the KIdnoj s need nt- teutlon If you would escapefntul mala diesDropsy, Diabetes or Hrlght Take KIcctrlo Hitters ut once anu seo iiacKumio liy und nil your best feeling roturn. "After long suffering from weak kidneys and lumo back, ono 81 bottle wholly cured me," writes .1. It. Hlaiikenshtp, of Hoik, Tenn. Only 60o at Penny's Drugstore. 's isBBHMmMWW.J'cr.M.-- ' V.i4BJHWlWMB wrong. Tho country parson was condoling brown? with tho bereft widow. served "Alas!" ho continued earnestly, "I gown. can not tell how pained I was to learn that your husband had gono to heaven. Don't drug the Stomach, or ttlnni Wo were bosom friends, but wo shall la to tbu Heart or Kidneys. That is never meet again." Lippincott's. J3K "SNSjgpO IO 20 Acrobats and the S WALTONSjSp YaP. ,s Aerlnllsts anil the 6 Tlylnjc Dclmurs S?CJy KMers, The O'DALES R5& and Miss ACHE BElDEM CLOWNS. The World's runny 565iSNk. tOO FERFOrtMlNC ARTISTS KeVVS &Cs5' S$Kw GREAT AC50W?n(!ERRIFIC Every It Is theweuk nenes that are K SlllllllVlHF VsbUIiiihbiBLihiiiiiiiiiiiiiLbI crying- - out for help. Vitalise these wouk inside controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Kestoratlvo, and seo how quickly good health will como to you uguln. Test It and seel Sold by Penny 's Drugstore. A Tho cleverest imitation of real Cof- MM, by Wtiilitiiiilun 61, by Hlrrtl OromullT3, by Wiuhlugtoii Dfiiumrk. Hi. Ar titdmu lluby lVncii. ulreU by Kiioeli For-r- it Almoitt den, Jiutaaml July I'micu byCUIeJ. WuvlattiUcoltuuuoot Kentucky "nlKit V.8rU ilum by tlorrard I'restoii.tx'uutHuliluiiplebaycom-WnrtillU.ilwl tallloiu. Wilt let him kervn a few upprovvd mares full, 9. IIMI eBliIiil.'W,wuiil.'ull iiinile from ml at tiitoln.ureu living eolt. fault unci l UiiliVl. "lils nud without ivr month, but not Jlnrn puitun d at swldle stallions ne-- t ou5 if tu" CARROLL P?ESTOV. ly l'retni lil beautiful memorial window in St. Peter's F:isconal church at Paris was ahattored by hail stones. ! a ml U aubject to lniH"Ctlon lit any lime. "1 have a tireless cooKor. Illa.lru a tliochHiiiploimliciw lioru for "That's nothing. I've got a smokeear. mid liladani llaby I'vnruHiii tbu less husband." III Kentucky. ever yet made U Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It is tine in flavor and is mado iu just onu minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from pure parched grains, mult, nuts, etc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. fee M oyl I J:30m. Noon A NUMBER OF V f.2 L I Slart,lng and Thri,,ing Free Exhibitions Takt p, lie bsa ilKilituiuybuivr up.lu-d'iJ "'W t0 noliiuiivooin-pnioiikvoliiu is worth coming miles to coll . reiH)iiluit suouiu ucciuriu occur. V. O. y. This WAliKKIt, Htuufonl, Ky. $500 will bo given to tho lending charitable institutions of your city or Preventlcs- - those Candy Cold Cure county, if any Ticket Scalers, Gumblern or OH' Color Issued are found iuor Mrs. Matthew Scott, of Illinois, waa about tho establiihmeut of SUN BIlOTUUItS' SHOWS. Tablets will safely and qulcklycheck all colds and tho Grip, Try them once elected president general of the Daughter of the Revolution by a vote of 436 Sold by Penny Drug to 423 over Mrs. William Cunning and seel Store. Story, of New York. The new publication will bo known as tho Uerry Citizen and Ezray D. Sargent is editor and proprietor. A weekly paper ha been established at Berry, Harrison county, and the first issue made Its appearance last week. lbl $ll0w ELEPHANT5 f g, I CHAMPION S: SKI JUMPER . 134-FT- j'f " Vjtf Can Other Shows Say as Much? I -- jmHimm Uj, . t f - 'lyr JfjTNwpBpi PW m1 . r Senator Dolliver was the central Ifijr-ur- o of an exciting debate on the tariff. Tho Iowa Senator took the Financo E. C WALTON Committee sharply to task and declared that it the bill was passed lasgrcportcd CHARLES A. HAR JIN. no one would bo ablo to tell It from tho of Mercer rounty. Is n mnilldnta for Com. Dingley bill. Ho declared that tho tnnnwenlth's Attorney of lhl. Hie 18th Ju filclnlrilstrlct, subject to the nctlon of (bo schedules must bo cut, and that the redemocratic pnrty. vision thus far was merely a joke. SenJOHN 8AM OWSLEY. JR.. ator Aldrich replied, and a sharp crossInn cnmllilnto for circuit JuilRe of thl, the 11th tllstrlrt. subject to tfio nctlon of the fire debate was kept up for some time. The Interior Journal. SEASON OF 1909. PMVIIIe W. H. LAIR, Hustonvlllc, Ky., 1 at Democratic pnrty. M. C. 8AUFLEY Is nrnmlldnte for circuit Judge of this, th Ixtlijurilclnl district, subject to the nctlon 01 mo Democratic jinny. Gov. Willson has pardoned W. S is u Taylor, Charles Finley, Jchn Powers, Holland Whittaker, John Davis and Zach StccIo.Snll !undcr indictment for complicity in tho murder of Gov. Wm, Gocbel inJJanuary, 1900. Not one of these assassins, has ever faced a trial jury on the indictments and it is very plain that hcAwho now disgraces the chief executive office at Frankfort never intended that they should. Tho Pow-er- s referred to in this case is teaching in Pennsylvania and is a brother in crimo as well as in blood to Arch Fiend Caleb Powers, also at liberty becauso of the partisan.unjust, (blind, unreasonable and unprecedented action of an unholy governor. As to Whittaker, Steele and Davis but little is known beyond the fact that their necks should bo wrung. They were hirelings of Caleb Powers and are; also (his brothers aghast at theappalling prostitution of the pardoningl power and feel that the constitution ofour State is a mockery and that the law is a cheat. Gov. Will-so- n tries to appease a guilty conscience and calm the storm of an outraged people by pointing to the unhappy fate of W. S. Taylor.Jwho.lhe says, was forced to leavehis native land and flee to anThe chief executive, other State. partisan that he is, can not deny that tho guilty, along with the wicked, flee when no man pursueth. This fact, and this alone, was the (.motive;! which im pelled that irresponsible being, who besmirched, befouled and disgraced the gubernatorial chair of Kentucky to fly in crime, as was V. S. Taylor. Tho people of Kentucky stand law-abidi- into thpjarms of an Indiana governor and to seek protection from the stern mindates of Kentucky justice, which was then meted out bymen mindful of fieir oaths Odd Fellows all-o- ver the country cilebrated yesterday the 90th anniver-8ir- y of the existence of thn order in America. bdge of England. Blow that there are 1,396,319 mem-f- a ;r rs now in America and that the or-d- ii 1819 under a charter It was founded at Baltimore from the grand Latest statistics distributed relief last year to the amount of J5.113.000 to 137,303 brothers and C.S32 families of widows. A great and good order. May it live long and continue to prosper. Ilnlndded n nleo'llno 'oMiIUWRHIHKta n Hllai Anilerion MiMKAT MAUKKTnmlntknn portion of your patronage. "Fresh (loodt nt the low-ehnsperhnps Rotten nunmny coltsntnnyjnckln the county, nt s tn rrlccafla Ilia niutto. living colt. Will nlsn stand the iplen-di- d IYnvlntittnltlon, lied Ilex, Jr., ty Hrd lte1,liohy Hex Prnvlnr, nt H) tn Insure, n living colt, lie will be tiertiiltted tn urw only n limited numlcr of mares. W. 1 (litixrn, I.KVl IlKl.t.. Lincoln Lodgo No.M K. A A. M. will meet rrcnchertvllle. In atntcd communlcntlnn on ench first nnd third Mondny nights of ench month, nt T::l o'clock tn their hnll on mnln .trend, CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! Ky. Members of alater lodge, nre. frn tcrnnlty Inxltcd to lw present. T. W. Pennington, Hl'C. t enn furnlth the public with the best, n well nt the freshest of cut flowon, plants of Additional Local. nil kind, bulbs, potted flower, on ihorl notice. Alio Program of tho Eighth District for for funernl iniikn ft upeclnltyof xxrenths puroes. In Christian Endeavor Convention to bo klndiconnection with the nliove, I hne nil of on linnd lit rfnsonnblo in Stan- prices. vef clnbles held at the Christian church I desire to sell prlvntely my stock of OIIUIHTMAN (IIIKKN HOttHKH, ford Friday and Saturday, next: Hardware. Doing n good busiKit 11 IT II II Aim, I'HOH. ness. Will Invoice nlnul J),V). Itenson Htnnford.Ky, III henltb. 9:30, Song Service. (li:0. I), HOl'I'KIt, Htnnfonl, Ky. 9:40, Devotional, Rev. W. C. McCal. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIlum. 9:50, Address of Welcome. NEERING. McRobcrts. For tho City-- Mr. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. I mil prepared todonll ktndanf mrveylne Barker. For the Churches-Re- v. nnd clx II engineering promptly. My work, Miss xxlll lm gunriinteed nnd my prices nre Address, 10:10, President's Write me nt McKlnner or cnll inu Isnnwrendy his old nnd Georgia Dunn. oxer tho telephone through the lluitonvlllo Hopes to maketo servonew ones. friends have If you ninny r.xcuniigc. n mule or horse to enstrnte nxo me xxork 10:20, Reports from Societies. for hlmnnd hnx'plt done right, lie innkes WAI.TKK Mi'KINNRY Reports from Officers. it specialty of cnstrntlng rldgellngs, Reports from County Presidents. Itching Skin Diseases 10:35, Symposium, "Roots and Fruits Arc readily cured byZcmo. A liquid led by Rev. I). of Christian Endeavor," for external use. Zemo give instant Denier In nnd Mnnufnctilrer of M. Walker. Granite Monu relief and permanently cures any form (a) Tho Quiet Hour, Mrs. H.F.Mill-cr- . Marblo )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Mnrkers nnd Pints, Cemetery nnd Ijiwn Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, (b) Training in Christian Testimony, use nun rH.'llcvs. unlet; imu wurKS, .xic Kinney, Ky. Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Cook. G. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. (c) Missionary Giving and Mission Study, Miss Carrio Arnold. I Champion show stnltlon of Kcntuetr, (d) Bible Study, Mrs. F. P. Frisbie. Tcmplo Hill Htock Knrm. (e) Daily Prayer, Miss Anna Crowe. Hire of Hen Hur. winner nt Brand cham(f) Christian Comrodship, Miss Bet- - pionship, New York; Ijidy lUti I,eiif,xx Inner The farm of KOncres, of Rood blue grnss unlk-tro- t clnas.OhlcnKO, nnd the grey fielding thnl won the anddle nnd linrness clns.es land, lying one mile North of McKlnney.on tie Royston. nt tho Kentucky Stnte Kntr, lum mid niorf tho Htnnfonl pike. Improvements nnd a (g) Work for the Church, Miss Fior show horses nnd fencing good; plenty of water nnd fruit. Also 111 acres of 1 III Ik' red land one lillle tennis thnn nny atnlllonln Kentucky. ence Christopher. 15 to Insure n colt, nnd n good one, or Knit of Mc Kinney; half under fence.; plenty of wnter nnd good tobneco Innd. Hen grow, Use of Ability, 112.7) rash nt time of service. 11:45, The Right ngcrop. It K.OOI)IAIW. J. A.OIVr.NH.Agent. Pleasant Grove. McKlnnry.Ky. llnrrmlsburg, Ky. 11:55, Appointment of Committees. I A 2:00, Song Service. 2:10, Devotional, Rev. W. C. McCal I hmeliecn In th tolmrco In nil tho time business mer: years I hnxe nexer otterlum. ed nor knew nny manufacturer to otter n Old-e- r Folks' Hour. 220, lietter line of tobneco, loth Nntunit Inf smoking nnd Solo A Little Bit of Love, Miss Fet Txxlst for Tobneco, thun chewing and I'ret.ctl I nowotTer. Chewing Orders MAHOiNY solicited through your Jobber or direct by tro. price Hat promptly furmall. How Our Parents Have Influenced nished on nppllcntlun. ToIt. H. M AIITIN, Junction City, Ky. Us, Dr. Throckmorton. Kemeuiber the I My Brother's Keeper ? J. L. Friendship Txxlst," old standby brands: Am (Old Hrodhead) "Old Kentucky IIome"und"Hlue(lrnsa Jlnnter." Waggener, Jr. 3:50, Report of Committees on Time, Place and Nomination. 7:30, Song Service. Will make the nsou of IWU nt our stnble. miles from Htnnfonl, on theMtnnfonlnnd 7:40, Devotional, Rev. H. M. Stansi- - :tS Homerset plke.nt liota Insure llxltig colt lie Is n red sorrel,! yenrs old. It bands high fer. nnd n nnturnlsnddlennd harness horse. lie 8:00, Convention Sermon, Rev. W. C. hnspleutyofstylenndnctlon, sired by Cheater Hulrrel. he by Chester Dure, No. 10, N. McCallum. 8. II. It. he by Illuck Kqulrrvl tn, he by Hlnck Kngle7i, he by King William (17. he by SATURDAY. Washington Denmurkitl.he bydnlnes 8:30, Quiet Hour conducted by Rov. 1st dam hr IllackOiorge.hebyOld Htonexxnll Jnckson. lie by Wnshlnittnii D M. Walker. Denmark, and h by Imported Iledgelord. 2nd dam Maiuhrlno Chlet. 9:00, Song Service. A lien retained on nil colt. until theseaxm led by money Is paid. Cure tnken to prexent acci9:10, Workers' Conference dents tut not respoulblo should any occur. Rev. F. M. Tinder. Benson tuoneyduu vxheii morels traded or (a) What Can a C. E. Society Do parted xx ltd. W.M.KIKI.DHAHON. for the Pastor ? Rev. D. M. WalkWexxlll stnnd nt my fnrm nenr Trench )ck, which tho MASONS' MEET. HEffS FOKIUSBIHGS . Htnn-fon- t, Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ! T. F. GROSS, SHIRTS. NECK TIES. Four-in-IInn- Harry Jacobs, and monts, White nnd colored plcntcd Worn; Flowing end, Tuxcull' nttnchi'd; ncj,'li(;cc roft Worn, edo Tie, String Tie, Winwr and cull attached in white nnd colon How. All thu new lmdc U5c, 50c 81 nnd 81,f)0. mid 81. lac SOCKS. BELTS RED LEAF L FARM FOR SALE Mack, tan, grey nnd green in mo Mack, Tun, Grey and Green, In ditmi mid very narrow width 25c, gauro weight. 2C)c in cotton; fiOc in 50c, nnd 81.50 each. fl lisle; 81.f)0 in Mack mid tun illc. high-price- high-cliis- HOSE. MISCELLANEOUS WORD TO YOU INSURANCE. R. B. Red Squirrel. Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, Arm hand, 5, 10 and 25c. Garrandies' hlnck nnd tnn. Cotton '25 ter 10, 25 mid 50c. Sutncndere 25, cenU; liulo fiOc; black and fan ilk 50c nnd 81. Stick pin 50c, 81 and 81, 81.00 nnd 82. hlnck and 81.50. c jcarl cut!" button, tnti, 15 nnd L'5c, 25 nnd 50c. Mi. Ono-pric- H. J. McROBERTS.j STANFORD. KENTUCKY. er. (b) What Can the Pastor Do for thn Society ? Rev. H. C. Garrison. (c) How Our Church Holds its C. E., Miss Elizabeth Shumate. (d) How to Get New Members, Bur-gi- Wait For The Big Show. E2S?QgQgx3SQ8SgaaS3S0 m PURE OLIVE OIL. Si Direct importation from France. The very best for eating and medicinal pur- Tub Wisconsin Legislature is wrest- I ng with a'blll to exempt employers from the lures of their stenographers. I I provides that all transactions between an employer and his stenographer shall be accorded the same lecal exemption as transactions between a church communicant and the priest to whom he confesses, a lawyer and client and a physician and patient. By this exemption, it is believed, the power of a stenographer to gain a hold over an employer is destroyed. n. Howe ': urea: London Shows i (e) How to Improve the Prayer Meeting, Lancaster Christian. Good Citizenship, 10:10, Address, Hon. W. H. Shanks. 10:40, The necessity of the Union, Rev. J. L. Yandell. and the 11:10, Christian Endeavor Young Man, Rev. Taylor. 11:20, Behind the Bars, Rev. Joe Sev- At Stanford Friday, May 7. r t"ii poses. JAfWyj'1'. v j 'f ""sVy erance. ?,:00, Song Service. $1 The editor of the Kentucky State Journal is so wedded to his idols that nothing can change him. He wants red liquor sold anvwhere and everywhere a man can put up the license and as he is set in his ways we will not try further to convince him of the error of his way. What is the old saying about smart men changing their minds, etc ? A lighted cigarette thrown into a pile of rubbish caused a $50,000 fire at Appalachia, Va. Moral: Let the little dotTin Devotional. 2:20, Junior Hour conducted by Mrs. Blain. Place in Our 3:30, Youth-- Its for Christ, Rev. G. D. Verco. 3:50, Consecration Service, Rev. F. Con-que- st gj in Yt 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart, gjj . PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. M. Tinder. 4:00 Report of Committee on Resolutions. 4:05. Mizpah. Miss Georgia Dunn, President. Bessie Yantis. Secretary. MATRDKIAL." , nails alone. POLITICAL. Former Senator William M. Stewart is dead at his home in Washington. The are 75 candidates for county and city offices in Fayette. The democratic primary will be held May 4. The Florida Senate by a vote of 24 to 7, passed a bill for the submission to the voters of that Stato tho question of State-wid- ' prohibition. The bill is now Spokane, Wash. Miss Menefee is one before the House. of Stanford's most charming young f&.$Mi Henry It. Prewitt, chairman of the women and her prospective husband is ; xx mi i rr zjr jr,.M Democratic State Central Committee, a promising young attorney of Butte. has been called to Now York on legal During tho Spring every one would business and there will be no meeting of the committee at The Scelbach, bo benefitted by taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. It furnishes a needed ton la which had been set for In tho Tennessee Senate Saturday to tho kidneys after tho extra strain the Cummlngs bill, allowing tho sale of winter, and It purities tho blood by In cities of certain population and tho stimulating the kidneys, and causing them to olemlnato the Impurities from manufacture in Tennessee of malt containing not over 4 per cent. It Foley's Kidney Remedy Imparts alcohol, were rejected on second read- new life and vigor. Pleusant to tako. New Stanford Drug Co. ing. the republican primary held in In "For goodness' sake, Harriet, why i Adair county Saturday for county o U- so ssur "Tho cook's left, but that isn't tho lcers tho following candidates were non worst of it; sho took with her the rec inated: County attorney, M. Key all tho things John's moth' k Circuit Clerk, W. L. Price; cr used tofor make." Brooklyn Life. Superintendent, Aliis Pearl School W Pains of women, heud puius, or any Hindman; Assessor, J. M. Wolford; County Judge;:iiartlield Moss; County pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Starting'froin tho Show Ground at 10 A. M. Clerk, L. II. Stulta; Sheriff, A. D. Pat- Dr. Snoop's Pink l'ala Tablets. See terson; Coroner.'.Dr. C. M. Russell, and full formula on 25c Box. Sold by PenTwo Performances Dully Afternoon ut 2 o'clock nnd JJight at 8 o'clock. ny's Drug Store. Jailer, A. W. Tarter. e Miss Margaret Lear, of Burgin. and Ben Poindexter. of Garrard, were mar ried last week. Hugh Young, of Highland, and Miss Susie Collins, of Turnersville. were I married here Saturday by Rev. Garland bingleton. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Menefee, of this place, announce the engagement or their daughter, Miss LuclIeU. Mene fee. to Mr. George F, Cowan, of Boul der, Montana. The wedding will take place Juno 16th at Butte, that State, and they will make their home at Jake the WOiLD Are You Going To Build ? bi. V1 Largest (. ' ,, ''f.rfH KWSfM No7'S"i.j4 ibi While wo nro hero to build tho Lincoln county court house nnd, should the building fever strike you, why not have a littlo talk with us! We am in a better jioeition to build you a nice Monkey mdmm iiiiw Mimmmm a iiy inthe ti srrmr Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House .ma.mdJKxm, ' &5tef?mm.fc mmKM being able to buy all material cheaper and therefore are in position to put, a building up for n considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too small nnd the distance will not stop us from figuring with you, matter not Ok where you live. Wo invito any prospective builder to give us n trial. Wu, furnish all plan nny specifications for bucIi building that wo might erect, frco of charge. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. bev-ereg- The American Fence. The Fence With Hinge Toint HEIGHT Yar-berr- y; 52 m FT ipe-boo- gg weighs m Mh. i?e Bsm And Tension Curve, Which has placet! it in tho market second to none. It U bull stroug, pig tight, well galvanized and of tho best Hcenic r steel wiro. Call nnd bco it. Some interesting pricm for nuxt 30 day. Seo th'o Poultry Fence wo have. See the Great Free Spectacular Street Parade GEORGE H. FARRIS; Stanford. . i. Vt -- xsrfssiiMJvwsissnkxitis. ...IISW.I,., O . If JLtJfl" T -- Window Shades. Felt Shades nt licet oil lmdcs 10c. 115c. Carpets, Mattings, Drug'ets. Wc now have in our carpet room or your inaction n splendid lino, of Carpets, Mattings ami Drugget. Host Values in Mattings you ever kiw nt 12Jc to 33c. Kxtrn special value in 0x12 Hruwclls Druggets at 810, worth 812. Curtain Materials. Curtain Swisses nt 10c to 25c. Curtain Nets nt 15c to 25c. Laco Curtains 15c to 3 Wntcr color shade at 20c to 10c 0 feet to 8 feet long. to fiOc. r Oak Poles nt 10c, Duplex White and Green 0 feet to 7 feet. Kxtrn width ilmdcs 81.00 mid 81.25. 88.50 per pair. Whito Curtain Poles nt 10c, the 15c kind. Kxtrn long Poles lor I'orticrrcs. yj SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. V & SON. Cum-min- STANFORD KY. Crab Orchard to Dr. Nuckols, Something nobby In hosiery. mins & Wcarcn. Cum- TnY'Torosknit" union suits. & Wcaren. i Wear Btanfoiid, Kt., - A run. 27, 1000 Hanan Oxfords to Cummins & Wearcn. mS)lJi Hotel Mrs. O. P. King has rented tho King at gctsatisfac-tlon- . r ' i If you aro particular, try Denham'a and Hex coal. Yards at Stanford and How-lanof Heel. Poles, Line FINE lino all other Fishing Tackle t I'enny a Drug Store. Wanted, to loan $.1,000 on first mortgago land notes. Enquire nt this PERSONALS. office. Head wnTTlligglns "ad." Ho will Mn. Henry D. Uauciiman continues mako interesting cash prices for you quite ill. Dn. W. H.IPENNY was up from Dan- commencing May 1st. ville Sunday. Wonder If those tub hats will remind Mil. John II. Siiankb was in Chattaany of the dear ladies that tho washnooga last week. board Is Idle? Harrodsburg Herald. Mn. McD. Royalty is clerking for a Garland Singleton. Preserve your roof with tho best LewMtsa Fettbo visited tho Misses roof paint on earth; mixed on Somerset is at Crab Orchard. St., Stanford, Ky., at Eads' tin shop. Mn. A. II. Severance was down The Crab Orchard base ball team will from Corbln yesterday. Teiwiu, of Garrard, has lock horns with the Mt. Vernon team Mrs. G. P. on the lattcr's grounds Thursday afterbeen with Mrs. W. O. Walker. Mil. Jamk F. HOI.DAM spent several noon. days with Crab Orchard relatives. For Sale. Pure S. C. Hrown LegMrs. E. P. Morrow, of Somerset, horn eggs. Improved laying strain. was the guest of Mrs. II. C. Wray. Ky. Mrs. H. L. Kerry, Hustonvillc, MRS. It. C. HOCKER returned Satur- Phone 83-rings. day from a visit to Itichmond relatives. For Sale. Shoo store. Dandy opMrs. Sam C. Hardin, of London, was the guest of Mrs. George D. Wear- portunity. Near Hluo Grass county seat, Address Heal Estate, care Inen. Cou It. M. JACK80N, of London, was terior Journal. with his brother, Mr. J. H. Jackson, For Sale. 10,000 transplanted cabFriday. Baps Prnt lMt wcck nt bage plants, should bo planted now, Mr. J. U. - and 10,000 transplanted tomato plants. Olympian Springs and feels much bet- Ed Hubbard, Stanford. by it. ter Presley Tankersly, 10 years old, Mk. W. U. McHouerts came up from Danville and spent Sunday with son of Robert Tankersly, was cut in his family. two while attempting to board a freight Mr. Virgil Lke, of Corbin. was train at Livingston Friday. down again Sunday to see a mighty The Danvillo Advocate printed in its pretty girl. splendid picture of Mil It. Hooker Wilkinson is at Friday's edition a court-hous- e Lincoln magnificent Crab Orchard trying to rid himself of a the county will have completed by Novemstomach trouble. Mrs. S. J Emrry. Sr., who has ber 1. been ill for a month or more, is "bio to The Thcatorium will not have nny leave her bed. we are glad to state. more Saturday matinees but will bo Danville, Mrs. Marvin Auamb. of open ench night, with a chango of prohas been with her mother hero. She gram on Monday, Wednesday and Friwent to Williamsburg Friday to visit day nights. d. m 3 -.. a mine host of Louisville. Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist and optician. Office over II. J. Mcltobcrts' George D. Harris, one of Crnb Orclothing store. e chard's merchants, has inaugurated a y clearance sale and On Saturday, May 1st, I will havo on is offering some wonderfully low prices. sale hats for 25c and up. 1 bargain; Goods sold for cash or produce. ono day only. Miss Ella May Saunwell-know- n wide-awak- L. I!. Hughes T. W. Ilumblo W. O. Mnrtin ders. entertninment to be given by Judges Saufley and Owsley, candi- the Department of Vocal and Instrudates for circuit judge, spoko at Lan- mental music of the Graded School has caster yesterday but our representative been changed from Friday night, May 7 left too early to get a report of the to Thursday night,- May C speaking. Judge M. C. Saufley spoke to n bijr Wanted, a boy 16 or 18 years old. crowd at Pcrryville Saturday afternoon Must bo honest, sober and industrious and made a good speech, as ho always and desirous of learning tho merchan- does. His opponent for tho democratic nomination for circuit judge. Judge J. dise business. Lutes Pros., Turners-villS. Owsley, was invited to meet him but e. THE CORSETS. A pleasing waist line, as well as hip etraiglitneec, is essential to impart to your figure tho most stylfah efiect and show it to tho licst advantage. This is ono of tho ninny cxclusivo features in our new American Beauty and Warner's Ilust Proof Model Corsets, which so admirably commends them to the smartly gowned. There is such a varied osxqrtment of dceigns ranging ironi 81 to 83.G0 that our corsitiero can fit you at any price you wisli to pay. To fashionably subdue nnd harmonize every lino of your figure, try our American Beauty or Warner's Ilust Proof Model mado in fitio batiste and coutel, firmly lwund nnd finished with lace trimming. declined. China painting dono by Mrs. Kather-in- o McClary. A nice line of painted china on hand, suitable for wedding and graduating presents. You are invited to inspect it. ) relatives. Hey. W. II. Hoiter. of Louisville, filled his appointment at Hustonvillu Sunday. He spent n few hours with his parents here. Mrs. J. S. Kick returned Saturday from Cave City, where she has been at tho bedsldo of her mother. She left her somewhat improved. Mrs. George C. Givens went to Paris Saturday to sttcsd the Wghtay m1.'?: bration of her mother, There will be n spelling match at Mt. Xenia school house on Friday evening, April 30, to which tho public is cordially invited. A prize will be given to tho best speller. a very amusing farce comedy, will be presented at Walton's Onern Houso Monday night next, May 3rd, by the Central Stock Company. Tim piny is a Very funny one and our people should not fail to "Charley's Aunt." Moore, who was 79 Sunday. see it. Mil C E Hower and family have located at Corbin, much to .the regret HuitNSlDE. Mrs. It. A. Hurnsidcdied of their Lincoln county friends, who at her homo in Lancaster at a late hour wanted them to remain with them. Mr. John T. Hlankenbhii;, ofsee his Thursday evening of paralysis, aged 68. She is survived by her husband, Judge Tenn., was up last week to agef mother. Mrs. Mary Ulankcnshin, Ilurnside, and eight children. Mrs. very ill at her homo in who continues Hurnside was a daughter of tho lato tho Preachewville section. New Orleans, has Gen. J. W. Landram and a sister of J. M. Fowle, of Editor Louis returned nfter a Jwo Vmi here mond Climax. W. Landram, of the Richtho homefolka at Rowland. ,i m. i.rniher. Hav. visited the i. Don't fall to attend thu Gymnasium family of their uncle, Dr. J. M. Wells, Exhibition at Alcorn's Opera House, at Carlisle. Wednesday Miss Maroaret Hopper, who has Hustonvillo n been teaching at Providence, will night. Tho Central University Gymhomo tho latter part of this week. nasium Team will give a novel exhibiand Her school closwl Friday Missesshe s tion Eastand you should not fail to see it. making a brlof visit to tho A wrestling match with a Hustonville land In Louisville. boy has been arranged. Admission 25c, LOCALS. reserved scats 35c. Kto-wah, See our line of llOSpring Cummins & Wearcn. suits. "Charley's Aunt" at Walton's Opera Houso next Monday night, May 3rd. JU8T received a car of fertiliier, corn, tobacco and vegetablejgrower. E. T. Pence. " Ubst lino of wall paper and mattings wo hav6 ever curried. Prices right. Trlbble & Pence. wagon. Pest Try a Mogul on tho market. For Balo by E. W. White, Cedar Creek. two-hor- se The Lexington Herald thought so much of a letter written to the editor, Mr. Desha Urecklnridgc, by Mr. J. M. Alverson, of this office, endorsing tho suggestion that Mrs. Roark bo elected to succeed her husband as President of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond, that that paper used it in ita editorial columns. Quite a compliment to tho writer. Goodb. J. Nicholas Goode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goode, died at an early hour Friday morning after a long Illness of typhoid fever, aged 27. The burial took place In UufTalo cemetery Saturday morning after brief services at thu grave by Rev. J. Murray Taylor. Mr. Goode was an exceedingly clever, industrious and popular young man and many friends sorrow at his untimely death. Ho was conscious up to within a few moments of tho end and was willing to meet his maker. Much sympathy Is felt for tho bereaved parents, alster and brothers In their Irreparable loss. A largo number of friends followed the remains to their last resting place and many lloral offerings were brought by thoeo who loved the young man. kind-hearte- Eggs for sale from Red hens, Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouso geese. Mrs. W. J. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. The L. & N. willjrun an excursion to Cincinnati over, the K. C. Sunday ut $1.75 for tho round trip. Train leaves Stanford depot at C A. u. Special Sale. On Friday and Saturday wo will offer a lot of granite ware at tho popular price of 10c apieco. goods- - regular 25c a It is all (Irst-clas-- values. Uuy whlle.U lasts-Fri- day and Saturday, Geo. D. Hopper. May 23rd comer building. CHURCH MATTERS. Very suitablo for lawyer's offices. AdRev. J. Rockwell Smith, of Shelby-villjacent to county court rooms. Now ochas accepted a call to the pastorcupied by J. N. Saunders. Apply to J. ate of the First Presbyterian church at W. Ireland, Mgr. Lebanon. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Rev. E. R. Campbell, pastor of the I. O. O. F. All members of Stanford Christian church at Stamping Ground, Lodge No. 150, I. O. O. P., are re- has tendered his resignation and acceptquested to be present at their next ed a call to a church in Louisville. meeting Tuesday, April 27. Business Hon. James M. Strother. of Carlisle, of importance demands attention. J. is being prominently mentioned as the probable successor of I'rof. II. K. TayW. Ireland, Sec'y. lor, who recently resigned the Presi dency of Kentucky Wesleyan College THE Stanford High School boys aro at Winchester. ball players of a high order. They were short of their best players at Harrods Foley's Honey nnd Tar Is a safeburg Saturday afternoon but they de- guard against serious results from feated the team at that place in two Spring colds, which Inflame tho lungs games. The score of tho first was 10 and develop Into pneumonia. Avoid to 8 and tho second 10 to 7. The Har- counterfeits by Insisting upon having rodsburg boys will come up Friday af tho genuine Foley's Honey and Tar, ternoon and play u double header. Our which contains no harmful drugs. boys will also play a game with Hus- New Stanford Drug Co. tonville here Wednesday afternoon at Jailer Hamblin, of Whitley county, is 3 ao. dead. Walton's Opera House was the scene of beauty and chivalry on last Friday evening. The occasion was the dance given by tho Stanford Dance to ilo root imlntlne nt Am possible iirlco. ltliii-- piilnt w kt Club and right well did its members rooting unci 10c per square imrt on sustain their reputation for entertain- on rubber nml paper und .'tw ht unr lor reU paint oil metal. ing lavishly. Weber's Orchestra, of J. V. HTKWAUT, Kowliind, Ky. Cincinnati, with seven pieces, made music of melting sweetness nnd joy was unconfined. A handsomer bevy of young ladies and gentlemen was never Now Livorv assembled and tho costumes of the Dopot Stroot, gentler sex were of exquisite beauty Phono 96, and tasto. At 0:30 the urand march, STAKFOKD. KENTUCKY. led by Mr. John Menefeo and Mrs. Susan ii. Yeagcr, was begun and tho scene was an inspiriug ono indeed. A delightful repast was served by, Mrs. (Successor Dr. II L. Casey ) W. S. Jones at 12 o'clock and all went ou should Ihj well drex-cd- . When clothes are as good and as modcrato Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. as merry as n marriage bell until tho in price as they tiro with us, there's nothing but bhime for you it you don't Graduate of Chicago Vetearly hours of morning, when the dress well, not extravagantly mind you, not expensively, just decently, erinary College. strains of "Home Sweet Home" rethat's all. It wont cost you much to" fit out with tie. Take our 817.50 minded those who had tripped the light lMione Si. Oltlco nt I. K. Logan' Htnble. Spring Suit as an iiifrtnuce. You oouldn't have clothes made to your order, fantastic that one of the most enjoy-nbl- o DANVILLE, KY. which would fit you any better, or any that would have more tailoring in dances of tho season had come to them. Or do you prefer coat and trousers with fancy vei-tIf to, you will an end. Many spectators graced the find us with tin excellent assortment. Come in and udvUe with us. occasion with their presence and tho chaperoncs helped to make pleasant tho memorable occasion. The following Illnck Jnck, wIMi white polnta, heavy Ixxly were present: John Menefce and Mrs. niul lionn. Una prim'll hlmvlf u No- - 1 Hit U by lllack Hatln, Ut (lain Susan Yeagcr; Irvine Humo and Miss lrtHlT. t'otton'a premium Jiick of Mudlton;hla dam l.v John .Morgan, out otajtnnetbv Joe Joan Mount; Thos. H. Shanks and Miss lilac Kburn. Will aland ut my place ut Ulitli-htat W for liorae mule nml 17 for in urn Susan Fisher Woods; Godfrey Long and n mule, I. Ivn retained on colta to aecurv Miss Margaret Mount; Willie Hen money. TOM D.WII.LIAMH, Wearen and Miss Sallie Taylor Woods; Highland, Ky Robert I). Woods and Miss Margaret Uogie; J. M. Alverson and Miss Ara! bella Uogic; John Lewis Thomas and Miss Nannie Woods Engleman; Robert ofAa Administrator, with the will annexed, the eatutu of Nilliu A. Shlpinnii, deceuaed, T. Uruco and Miss Sue Taylor Engle I will on SATURDAY. MAY llMt. man; Thomas Phillips and Miss Jose between thehouraof lOoclook 1,a. ., nnd J r. m phine Sandidge; John Simpson and Miss o'clock public ut Huatonvllle, Lincoln Co., Ky., lit mlu fourahnrvaof atocklnthu Levisa Harris; James Yowell and Miss lluatoiivllle .National Hunk, reaervlng the right to w llhdruw any ihure or ahnres If the Lula 11. Kitchen; Earl Coleman and bid la not tutlafnctory, Terma cnah. (1KO. 1). WKATllKHKOIll), Miss Charlotte Kitchen; John Owsley Adm. bullleA. Milpinmi. Held and Miss lielle Schoolfield; James R, Newland and Miss Frances Cooper; T. Carlton Elkin and Miss Nell Wright; R. 11. Coltey and Miss Nell Clark; F. A. Davis and Miss Frances Portmau; T. J. Hill and Miss Polly Duano Tray-lo- r; W. O. Martin and Miss Sara Dunn; Jas. T. Menefee and Miss Joan D. Warren; Ed McConnell and Miss Letitia Warren; L. J. Parrigin and Miss Nancy Get busy und give your orders for Fertilizer. Yeager; George D. Florence and Miss Uerta Jean Penny; Mr. and Mra. S. J. Embry; Mr. and Mrs. C. 11, Owens; Mr. I havo the nicest lino of Buggies, Surreys, Photons and Runabouts that I and Mrs. II. C. Wray; Mrs. Ed Morrow; 11. R. Saufley; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. havo ever handled. Call and look before buying. AIm) McCorinack MaMrs. A. C. Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Winfred chine. Globo Fertilizer for Tobacco und Corn. Son tho Kmueo I'ivot Duncan; Mr and Mrs. J. L. Ii. Cotrey, G. L. Penny, Geo. ii. Saufley, liryan Axle Hiding Cultivator. Carpenter, Adam Pence, Hays Foster, up-to-d- ate Claude liibb and manystaga from neighboring towns. For Rent. -- After The Rowland e was broken into twice last week butthescamps who did It were poorly paid for their trouble. They only secured a few pennies. Postmaster Napier will ho prepared for them when they mako their next visit. post-offic- suite of rooms in I. O. O. F. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., e, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, NOTICE! mi-ti- 3. D. CARTER, DR. E C. TEST, 'mmg VO THERE'S EXCUSE. ? CURLEY. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. For all kinds of W'll-Hu- aeu-o- Highest Market Prices Paid COUNTRY in Sale of Bank Stock PRODUCE Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. Dinwiddie & H. B. NORTHCUTT. Stanford- Co. FARMERS! E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. Hi ' ?j i"V' T" " TWX mm w-- -- "- "", pxw p SSw'! rrtmK i tff.- - ? FARMER'S DKPARTMIWT. Corn told at $3.50 to 14.10 at T. B. Robinson's salo In Garrard. e at Stanford fli Tho racing season In Kcntuckv for Mntertdin the 1009 was opened Saturday In Lcxlng Mtond-ctmatter. ton. Wra, Donta bought eight yearling N. mules from Prank Logan, of Doyle, at No.ll,H0iitti,M:MP.M. $135. Harrodsburg Herald. No.,Houth,U:iB A M. No. II, North. 4:10 A. u. W. M. Fields & Son havo farmed No. It, North, ts.rj r. u. No.T7, I0M7 A. M. their jack, Curlcy, to Tom Williams, of No. H, 1140 P.M. Highland, who will mako the present season with him. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. Dr. H. D. Hodman, of Shclbyville, paid $7,000 for tho celebrated The Truth bull, Stockwcll, at A. 0. Lewis' Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand salo at Fredericksburg, Va. Deau Naboth will mako tho season of rufl or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanent- 1909 at my barn. Hrlng mo your bar ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi ren marcs. I havo successfully used the impregnator for two years. Felix external use. All duree"" lc" White, Stanford, Ky. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Interior Journal. P(M-Ofieat Call For Primary. Call for Democratic Primary In the 13th Judicial District mado by the Democratic District Committee. 1. A primary election Is hereby called, to be held In the several voting precincts of Lincoln, Boyle, Garrard and Mercer counties, between 0 A. M. and 4 r. M., on Saturday, May 16, 1909, for tho purpose of nominating democratic candidates for tho offices of circuit judgo and Commonwealth's attorney In and for tho Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, to be voted for at the regular November election, 1909. 2. All democrats who are legal voters shall bo entitled to voto In said primary election, and nro requested to do so. 3. Any person who desires to bo a candiaato for tho democratic nomination for circuit judgo or Commonwealth's attorney shall not later than April 30th, 1909, give notico of such intention, in writing, to G. L. Penny, chairman of tho District Committee of tho Thirteenth Judicial District, and, in addition, candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall, at the time of giving said notice, deposit with tho aforesaid chairman the sum of $000, and candidates for tho nomination for Commonwealth's attorney shall, at the timo of giving said notice, deposit with tho chairman $300. 4. Said District Committee shall meet at tho office of the secretary in Danville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May 5, 1909, at 2 P. M., and if, at the expiration of tho time fixed by Section 3 hereof, there bo not moro than ono can- FOR SALE nowftr holler and engine and. saw mill for sals. Wilt Mil either or both, OKAS. KKMLIH.Otteiiliolm.Ky. I'ostofnco, Waynesburg, Ky, L. TIMETHBLE GEORGE HUR, Draft Stallion, nt $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Also a good Mulo Jack nt tho samo price and on samo conditions. M. 8. Uauoiiman, Stanford, North tancaster Htreet, Ky. Tho I Jetfph Prleo; Sanatorium, tan ford, Kontuoky. "' ForTrentment of Diseases of the Kye, Nose, Throat. Knr, Iteclal. Organs, Nervous Hysteni and Hurgery, Oenlto-Urlnar- Lancaster Court. A big crowd at Notico Poultry Ralioro;! Now Is tho time of year to feed your fow Is a good tonic, cures Dholern. (lanes, Ituup, canker and I.lmliernei-k- , when fed as a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay. Trice On cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist, Geo. I.. I'enuy.try It under the guarantee, Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry tended Lancaster ccurt yesterday but business generally was not lively. Of the 200 cattle on market about half Surgoon sold. Prices ranged from 3 to GJc. Few KENTUCKY. horses and mules changed hands. The STANFORD, horse show was very good and as usual Office oyer McRoberU' Drug Store in Lincoln county horses carried oil tho honors. tho Owsley Building. It will be two years boforo A. C. Dickinson, of Walla Wnlla, Wosh., Insures Tsbacco and Tobacco knows how much money 200 acres of land sold to Gustav Vollmer brought. Dickinson is to receivo for each acre 100 bushels of wheat, and this wheat Is Nothing But to bo delivered in two installments, 10,- 000 bushels this fall and 10,000 bushels next year. According to the present The Insurance Man, price of wheat Dickinson would get $117 60 an acre, but tho price next year STANFORD, KY. may be much lower. Residence l'hone 34; Offlce, S3. A. S. PRICE, Dontlst. larns. Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, Insure with me and be fully protected. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. at Pine Hill. Wm. Wood, aged CO, is dead at Conway, Rockcastle county. Is a handsome, large young Jersey Hull, deJohn Sawyer, one of the best known scended from n long nnd unbroken line of the mint noted bulls nnd ton on tho land of Jersey Kngland nnd America. His farmers in Anderson county, is dead, Ire Is one of tho best bulls ever Hnnorted aged 41. nnd his dam I n show cow that has glv en 05 The historic towers at High Bridge pounasot ncn mil it inoneaay. it you "Like Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor" and have a strictly good are to bo torn down when the new cow, you should a villi yourself of his ser- bridge is built. vice. He will lie allowed to serve a limited Richmond defeated Barbourville 11 to number of annroved. reclstered cons out side of our own herd this) ear, for n fee of 0 at base ball at the former place Sat- the district committee. bo SJeaeh. Make engagement before sending 8. Each candidate shall entitled to cow 10 ik) ureu. a unt.ii, ur.iiHtnnford. Kr urday afternoon. designate by written notico to the Telephone id. Mrs. E. M. Porch, of Somerset, died chairman of each county committee in N. II. We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo, the district, not less than five days before May 15. 1909, the name of ono perReed, at Natabony, La. son for each voting precinct in each Miss Ella liotkin, aged 17, daughter county, to act ns challenger and inspecYou can find our Htnndnrd Remedy, the of D. R. Botkin, of Laurel county, died tor for said candidate at said primary election, Jreatest blood and liver medicine jet know n. of inflammatory rheumatism. Khcuiuallsin, Halt Hheum, Kid 9 On the next day after the returns James West, probably tho largest ney Trouble and all diseases arising from impure moou it mis no equal, it is mnuu. man in Knox county, died at his home shall have been made, the committee nure food act of June a, factum! under the shall meet and canvass the vote cast 1V08. and guaranteed by the manufacturer If on Brush Creek. He weighed 430 and issue certificates of nomination. the Itemedy is taken according to directions pounds. and if he or she Is not lienellted by the use 10. The chairman of the district is diof the Itemed)- - we will refund jour money. George Gordon, who killed Robert rected to employ a person to copy from We can do nothing more. Kach package contains 311 noses witnn registereu guaran- Brewer in Boyle, was given 21 years. the regular registration books made in tee and mailing card with full Instructions. Danville and Harrodsburg in 1908, the We send It to any nddress by mall on re Gordon was drinking when he commitnames of all democrats, and the person ceipt of per package or six packages for 11 ted the deed. uux so employed shall return the copies, u. iieueroruer luneii in time you might save a big doctor's bill, The immense wholesale feed and certified as required by law. to the lteinember if you take the Ilemedr accord. chairman, who shall cause them to be Jug to Instruction, and are not benefited, produce establishment of James T. duly delivered to the officers of election you gel your dollar back, you will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Williams at London burned. Loss $10,- - the chairman is further directed to Is told only by our duly authorized agents. 090. Origin unknown. cause to be printed and prepared for 11KUI1KN WII.L1AMH, Agent. The case of Mrs. Emma Brewer ver use the requisite number and kind of sus the Southern Railway was affirmed ballots, which shall bear the facsimile of his signature, and he will procure by the Court of Appeals. She was the necessary election supplies and awarded $8,000 damages on account of cause them, together with the ballota, serious injuries sustained in a wreck at to be delivered to tho officers of election, as required by law. Shelbyville four years ago. 11, The chairman will cause copies We are In position to do nil kinds of conThe Columbia Spectator plant, which creting, such as Block Work, l'avements hereof, certified by himself and the secnud. In fact, wo can make any thing from r was ownea dv me late 5. stapp, was retary of the committee, to b ixsted house down ton fence ost. We can s serve sold at public outcry by James Garnett, at the court house door in Stanford, you promptly nnd guarantee Call and get our prices work and material. executor of the decedent's estate. It Lancaster, Danville and Harrodsburg, before ) on buy ) our material at leust. was bought by C. S. Harris, owner and and in 20 other conspicuous places in each county in the district for not less editor of the Adair County News. The than 40 days prior to May 15, 1909, and Spectator has been published for 40 said notico shall be published in each Stanford, Ky. years, but will be discontinued. democratic newspaper in the district G. L. Penny, Ch'mn P. J. Dolan died suddenly Adorina's Fox If scientific preparation fot external use. Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin didate for circuit judgo or Common- diseases. Bcxema quickly yields and Is attorney who has complied permanently cured by this remttkable wealth's with tho conditions of Section 3, then .medicine. All Druggists. Write for sam tho committee will declare to bo tho ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St, Louis, Ma nomineo for the office sought, that perPenny's Drug Store. son who Is the only candidate, and shall refund to such candidate the entrance feo paid by him, less his proportion of tho costs already accrued from adverI will stand my line inula Jack IVylon, tising and preparing for the election. at my farm at Mureland, Ky at Vi to Insure 5. The Dolls shall be opened in each n living colt. Also Kill stand a standard-tireregistered and every precinct of all tho counties In the district aforesaid, in tho usual Wilkes stallion and three nne young jness to serve a fewmares tree-twill lie and regular voting places. my regular customer where tbey hrm! C. Upon the closing of the polls, the three mares or more. 11.11. KINO. officers shall proceed to count tho ballots and to make returns, and In so do- fng shall bo governed by tho provisions of the general election laws, and the returns shall bo mado to the chairmen Hare your measure tnken by a tailor of exof the respective counties in the dis- perience. Tbenyourclothcs, whelhern low price business suit or the finest evening trict, who will dolivcr the clothes, will hate that Individuality and nt tho certificates, and any questioned bal- which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I wlllalio take your measlots to this committee. ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top 7. The officers of election shall bo se coats and overcoats, Hiiring and Hummer lected from lists to bo offered by the samples oil hand ready for your lnsiectlon. II.O. UUTl.KY.The Tailor, candidates, in accordance with tho proHtnnford, Ky. visions of the primary" election law, by ZBMO, a Eczema is Curable t s. inrov, tki .tiiii iy KY. S-3 PEYTON. d ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. When Ordering Clothes MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Hustonville, Ky.; Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. -- stub-book- s, SE- At McKinney, Ky., 1 11 Dr. Shoop's mam lmrlr needs, and must h&ra- - mnr. tabllltf, more controlling, more fwv governing strength, lthout that the Heart roust continue ui tail. and the stomach and ktiln.. 1.a h u"wi sonvj nnuoiung: nerves. This elrarlr explains why. as a mMlrtne. Dr. Snoop s Itestorstlv haj In the done so much for weak and ailing limns. Dr 8boop Dm sought ths cause of all this rainful. ralpluunt , suSorsu Ing hart distress. Dr. Sboop'i IlestorsUre this popular pretCTlrUon Is alone directed to these wrak and wastlnr nerve centers. It lullds; Ik strengthens; It oners real, genuine heart help. If rou would hare strong Ilraru. strong ill. gestlon. strengthen tbM lusrres reestablish them ai needed, with Styles up to the minute. I Vice! beyond cuuiictition. Wc nlno state' that our Sjiring Line is now complete. To nivo money, conic uml eco mul le nportNtmtph. or HertWfstne-u-, means Srrs convincctl. Our Spring Lint1 of Shoes fur Ixtilies, Miicn ninl Chililrcn ami Ftrenzth. orNerrsUeakness nothing mora. To. iUrcly. not one weak heart In a hundred hi. In lino of Gent's Shoo" will certainly plortec. llnnnn auil Walkover linos actually diseased. It Is almost alirars a our hidden tiny llttln nerve that really Is all at fault. Yours for nn honest iloal, To 1 obscure nerve the Oudlac. or Heart Nerve arc hiuiitiicr mul are strictly reliable. l. Heart Strength C'iiaiii.i Vni:i!t.i:tt. tst TO OH. FltlHNDS Several yean ngo AND I'ATRONS wo ailojitcil tho Cuh system, wliich was H very Ntti.fact iry ami ennhlcil us to gtvu our truilo closer priccf, but we gruiliiully ilriftetl back into the credit busino.. Wc CONCRETING flrst-cius- Restorative PENNY'S DRUG e" our niixlnkc mul, in onlor to get the licst Cash wo will STORE. PRESTON KING. leg No. ;imi, A. H. j. PHILLIPS BROS., J,L,Beazley&Co., UndeitaKere and Embalm era. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiiigs.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give ThtmaCall. Prices Right is hopeless." These apiiul-linwords were spoken to Geo. K. Blevens, a leading merchant ofSpringfield, N C , by two expert doctors one a lung specialist. Thenwasshown the wonderful power of Dr. King's Xow Discovery ''After three weeks' use," writes Mr. Woven' "lie was as well asrsver. I would not take all tho money in tho world for what it did for my boy." Infalllblofor coughs and colds, Its tho safest, surest curoof desperate lung diseases on earth. fiOc. andSl Guarunteo satisfaction. Trial bottle free Penny's Drug Store. . caso Words To Freeze The Soul. "Your son has consumption His j: Chenault Huguely, Sec'y. A tickling or dry cough can lo quickly loon-newith Dr. Shoop'a Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlo roform, nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Penny's Drug Store. CHOICE GOODS. Koaletl MayS.lKnf.bliickKltliHliltepoInts, I.VS hand. Mlrul by Wonder 7sn. he by Ulg Tom, he by llelkuap. ilainUuenauIt len-nM7 by Imported Jumbo. Will make the seii.ou of luhiiit my farm i tulles from Illlitoni lllo on the lll.ick plkent I'.M fur lenuets uud 110 or mares, to insure I wlliulsustaud several oilier Jucks ut IK) for mures. Also several stallions at III) to Insure n living colt. (Irnss furnished at $.1 iwr mouth. Jennets or mares parted with forfeits the Insurance nnd makes season money due. J. K. HAl'dllM N. It STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, ft u Grover Cleveland's picture Is to adorn llu.toinllle, Ky. the new $20 bills, and will give us 11 double object to secure them. First, because of their value, and, second, to FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNsee tho picture of the only Democratic TY FOR SALE ! President sinco James Buchanan, and one whose greatness grows tho moro A his character and public servico are new line Mini grass farm for suh situated 011 nl te near Tolnt IaiivcII and miles studied Frankfort State Journal. south of Ijinca.ter, containing sit iicres, an well located In good neighborhood, being part of the John Walker tract, with band. Up Borore The Bar. Mime new. two story seven-rooresilience thereon, with all N. II. Hrown, an attorney, of Pitts-fiel- good, new Imm 40xu. Well wittered, six Vt writes: "Wo have used Dr never railing springs and creek running King's New Life Pills forjeara and through. ' cash In hand, balance one and Tkiimh. tlnd them such a good family medlclno twoyeursfriimdiirof sale, Uurlng six per IntMm.t 1111III ....LI wo wouldn't bo without them." For Tenons looking for such tilnce please write .,,, A1.KM1, niaurord. "" Chills, Constipation, Illllousness or Sick Headache they work wonders, 2.c I -11 d, Ileautlful hay saddle stallion, lit' j hands, tnule. foaliil June, l.x'i. Ills sire was the itnale.t shuw horse In Kentucky lie has balance, Phone your orders nnd llio bill will iicounipany the gootl. high action and the sievd Indicated bythc-- e blood Hues. He has tint long, thill neck, strong, short Uick. delicate head, well set, We thank you lor your patronngo. heav) tall, flat Nine, clean hock and good foot xnde.ves so characteristic of the get of iK'liuiarks. Uefeillliat l'r ston King's the siiecd, action uml Individuality must add to tin merit of our Kentucky born. ml we usk for him n liberal patronage This richly bred .voting horse has all fie mmlltlei of great sire; Ixine nnd stv le Ills pre ml nent mood lines come to him through selected stuck. Treilon vtl. his sire, v as the greatest shim horse of his day, winning at all the fairs anil horse shows, taking the blue string at Ht. Ixmls. winning i,im ou see that Treslon King can not lit Ip but I a great saddle horse Hire II Is dam. V iv ,ufei wnsny vun.Meiers King I.v trilling to stonewall Jackson, and on his sire's side to vvasiiingtou Denmark ni. Pkiiiihikk-hire- d by Treston0iS.li Washington Jl. by fronn.ill 7a, by rashlnutoii Denmark. 01. dam bv VanMelers King TTO, by Mllver Klag.b On Time, by Hlone . wall Jackson. K. H., Huddle's gnat 2nd dam Jlp. by the famous CaUITn Unlnutou ly (ll.t's Illack Hawk. V H. sire Hum, itelle bv Ithoderlck 101, by .Mainbrlno Ingrain! w, Washington si. dam Alice M. by Harp's llalcove list. Van.Meter's King TW, dam Maud V 10 by riranger r H. . TfHM Mur s ill Iw kept at titi per mouth nt owner's risk. Tliev will receive the most careful attention. Mares sold or parted with f, r fells Insurance and the fee In comes due. Will imiLe the season of ll.'J lit our plaoe at Ha to Insure it living colt. A lo will stand one gmsl lilaek Jack, four S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, jenrsold.ut I0 to lnuru living colt. W II At'. I.. IH'lUiKltlil, How land. Ky. J. B. PAXTON, J. O. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER Tuoiiells-l- V J. W.ROCHESTER. TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER 11 11 ll.lt. comiueuto .MA V 1ST on the CASH 11ASIS ami trust iiir frieinlt will join heartily in this movement n.ul give us n lilienil xhare ol tlieir CASH prit'tit nmliilWooiiuti from our Jobbers, w H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. It -- show-horse- Che Lincoln Conmy national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 11 Almont Dare 3228. A. H. at Penny's Drug Store. A Safeguard the Future l,'e,'r".V'."rr.7!.tt."',j!!o'.?,.'"iuatI,fe. a pint of peanuts and drink threo glasses of milk before going to bed and you will be asleep in half an hour." health item reads: "Eat The Mutual Benefit " a jHJiivjr ill Life Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, KY- 6. If you havo troubles you should take Foley's Kid-ne- y Remedy to strengthen and build up the kidneys so they will act properly as a serious kidney trouble may develop. New Stanford Drug Co. Sinco their incorporation tho Klmbcr-l- y mines have produced 12 tons of diamonds, valued at $5,000,000,000. Insurance Co. backacho and urinary ment.eu'wplcuoui for luiitnv ,,.. liberality of It. economical manage, dealing with Its iiiemlwrs and large returns to tiolloy holders. The company is Just entering the career with more rlf.iiJuc.ci'i,ul In Lincoln county all other companies combined. Write than particulars, .stating uguuud whether luir-fle- d or single to SIXTY FOURTH YEAR "'"' 94 Phone, It. M. NK WJ.ANI), 1ST. HoniePuone Jam,. I. WlilYe'"'" . "ufertl. Hollcltor for Uockcuitle Co. Hired by Dignity Dare lnt, he by Chester lure in, he b lilacs Squirrel be bv King William V,. IstdamTusawiiy 76H, afso registered In Vol Hi. A. T. II It. Hli be Al.. dallah Mauibrtno i71ii. he by Almont ISNi Slid dam Iudv Davis hv Orlt Dnv Is, dr llour-luiI'ltluf.Urd dam Mattle H., by Kiirelgn Light, by Foreigner, by Inixirted (Ileiico; by('uuuliighaurl'uiipur-boltom- , Itlulsui lleltle Stli dam by linMirlttl Jlutiard, niiTr.. vintoni uaro. so tarns we urn able to discover. Is thullrsl horse on record having to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire. Dignity Dare, doing so with his llrst crop "if colts every time they came together. As nil Individual this is a very attractive horse. Id hands high with ols of weight and Ifnlsh. color, Imy taction extremely high uud fast. Hhuwsedlstlnct saddle gaits, nil very fast and pleasant A full brother to the great geiiimg, letuciun, that sold ut 4 jeurs for (.!, ii ml to the great show mare. Koxy OrSa.,iMd, SS2. Capital Jlotk, SSO.OOO, Dare, that won more premiums for the uuiuiier iji .nuns until any mare ever sired Surplus and Itndwidid Profili, S9, OOO. by Dignity Dare, Were It not lor two splints eonilng on hliu he would easily have won the mute's Huddle JTat paid In 'Diui'donds sinco Organization, Uhiiuiploiishlp. 500. Tills horso Isu long and careful mating of the result of it wry best the uountry ulTorded. Ills bucking, In blood Snuito 7ow Jfeeounls on Our and Individuality, Is as strong in llllirallar and his colts are rapidly proving him, Hee you will be well paid. He this horse and OFFICERS. DIRECTOR. will uiuke the seuson of lusj at our stable. JW miles from llustonvllle on the Huston-vlll- e V. Held. . S. I locker, President:, h, Uaujhm.n, A Llbertr nlke. at US to Injure n ii. i,.. M D. lilmore, colt. Mares traded or bred elsewhere renS. T. Harris, J. M. Pellut, ders season due a t time of sued transaction. II. C. Daugbmin, J. F. Cumralns, - in ,., .miiu n luuie jacs. as John J. McRoberU, Cashier; Grass furnished lu abundance ei. per at S. T. Harris, i n0. C. Hobloson. mouth. Our iiersonal attention to ull tt stock O. Biughmin, Asit. Cath'r W. U. II. OBaanon I'm. .in imi u. iv.hiii.iuiu iur acciueuti, J. S, Uockr, K.B. W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper. Ky. 0. E, Tato. II. It. J. f. JJ. Owsley, John H. n t. DIRCOTORSl Stiinford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. I tun- kin, Lancaster; J. II. Puxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; It. L, Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Preucheraville; Lilburn Gooch. Gilberts Creek. t .v 1 Stanford, JZy, -- S2I, ' 7rllt . aa M4wll . MtLfit JUet VM4s j iu, "''AsjiijfVfs J ' ,' m