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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): April 30, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909043001_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 30, 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. Wff. -v --jw wyifi, m rwpf "jaji'V" VOL. XXXVII. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 30. 1900. BRODHEAD. nt NO. 18,' -- ' tl 1 T. G. Grnvcs, nged 90 years, njirom-IncSeveral from hero attended the farmer of Cumberland county, Is Uarne. revival nt Mt. Vernon. dead. J. F. Harris sold to Sala Doane a Floyd Frailer, who killed Mrs. Ellen bunch of jcarling calves at an average Flannery in Letcher county, got a death of $18 A Sunday school has been organized sentence. Jnmen G. Todd, n prominent attorney at Sayers' school house with Ben Dilof Owcnton, died In his buggy whilo lingham as superintendent and Win. Owens, assistant. driving home. Morris Farris, of tho Negro Creek Peter F. Collier, editor and owner of Collier's Magazine, dropped dead in section, whilo chopping wood a few days ago, cut his kneo badly. He is New York City. John L. Hrctz, of Petersburg, Ind., using crutches now. was fined $1 and disfranchised one year Mrs. Kcnser, mother of candidate for MTAKroRii, Kv l'liiinii II1-- A, llllllll' county superintendent of schools, John for getting drunk. Thomas Tomlinson, owner of Tnte Kcn.cr, of tho Hanaford neighborhood, Springs, Tenn., one of tho is very low with consumption. 10,110. Mrs. Andrew and Frank Graybcel, of hotel men in tho South, is dead. liy Ilrnu NnUitli'ailftin Norn llntightiinn young West Plains, III., after an nbsencc of Cleveland Combs, a Norval KC1, liy Klrrttnnirr lid, tml ilnm ' In J., iiy.Mi'troMilltflii 1ST. Iir llnnililrtnii-In- n man, ended his lifo with carbolic acid 22 years, are visiting their mother, Mrs. In, aril itniii JoM'plilnnliy Mnmlirlno Htnrllunt suit liy Imrllmy 411, tth itniii Mnry at the side of his brother's grave in the Sarah Padgett, of tho Sayers neighwitti.T. hy outer itlmroiuli limit, Mh ilnm borhood. liy Wamirr.tltliitiim liy Imp. Trnnliyi 7Hi Catlcttaburg cemetery. ilnm tiyTharnloii'a lUlllrr. A telephone company in the southern Hardin S. Sharp, of Hopkins county, Ilrnu Nnlmtli I. n liniKlaoiun luiy, ntninlliia tSJH Imnita, n( urrnt aljrlr iiml notion mila committed suicide at his homo by plac part of this and the eastern part of PuiUll-lirhm iirntiHi hliMilllly to lniutrl Ma ing his too against tho trigger of a laski counties is being organized and in hi. coll.. Will itnint nt the linm of KrlU While. will bo known as the Farmers Tele shotgun and blowing off his head. left quite a sabstantial estate iiiIIk. HoiiIIi of Hliiiiforil,iii'nrWi)inrrartilki nl IIS to Inaitrn n living colt. Surviving him tiro his wife, Laura Isaac S. Morso was shot to death at phone Co. Mnrri trom n itlatanra grainl IM week George Griffin, now deputy sheriff, Mutiry iluw wlirn mnre I. trmlitl or imrliil Hutchinson, and his children, Mrs. An Nashvillo by Miss Gertrude Douglas. ronnl na Hcllman, Mrs. Kdna Holmes, of The girl declared after the killing that and who has been a candidate for sherwltli or lirwl nlarwh.ra. Tim !"! care tnkrn, thotign no rriiiiiillillUr lor ncnliri. Oeerfield, III., Mrs. Mabel Townscnd, Morso had ruined her and then thrown iff, has, for reasons best known to himWhen mlvluliln Imtirt'tttiattir will Im uaril. self, withdrawn from the race, leaving Mrs. Julia Peterson, William and Jas. her over. J. M. I'KrrrH.HlHiiloril. Ky Hutchinson, of Waukegan, III. Tho dress of Mrs. Lulle Hitch became Thomas Nicely without an opponent. Also The fight between the 30 or more thrco sisters, Mrs. Mary Kerr, of Wau ignited while she was burning brush Trlnll.SI trotting, Pnrk liny tnllton, M kegan, Mrs. Charity Vcrdier, of Mans- near Claysville, Harrison county, and republican candidates for nomination liniula, rimlnl- Augn.t lti. It ilnm Nnugh field, Mo., and Mrs. Amanda Stecnber- - sho was so badly burned that death re- for county offices Is getting very warm olil tylllrlliy ltAmrrlcua and before May 1G, the date of the prigen, of Crab Orchard, and a brother, sulted in a few hours. ircortl S.II'i, nlrT of llMtlctnn. I:1, nfonljt'.. American U"lli. of Onvmrii Christopher Hutchinson, of Crab OrchPlans for doubling tho number of mary, the scuflie will become interest nnd llothi-r- Inl.llll.t, n miii llll,rrconl.,.lrtollnnrlMim'ri;in', n. ard. S. United Cigar Stores have been made ing. ll.t. linwnrU nnd ITU ollivr. In tli Some of our farmers have begun nnd n new $10,000,000 corporation has Irrd liy llrork'n Wllke. Mil. iinl ilntn l)oprmn..lml Iir Mnmlif Ino klnu MATRIMONIAL. been formed by the men nt the head planting corn whilo others aro waiting ly:S,.ri.rTMlicluitliig Ijulyol the Mnlior !iMHr.l iwrny i.v?.. iiPir in for the dark of the moon. Seems there Richard Sluder, 20, and Miss Ella of th? American Tobacco Company. l ollirri In J.Hi. !, tinlro Uroughton Brandenburg, after a con will be a larger crop of corn planted nl ilntn Itotlrt. liy Nutwood Walls. 21, were murncd at Hosaleo id iti In tin. Il.t. ference with his counsel, has decided this season in this county than ever be' llh ilntn. Toim hy Htrnllitiinr ", lrnof Walls' Wednesday. t'Hn thff Il.t John L. Powers, who was pardoned to surrender the Cabanne boy to his fori. Utiilnin.Mlllnrtl Iir Allilnn, nth ilnm Sol in! Last Sunday was Mr. G. E. Painter's ilnm Uidy rumrr hy last week, was Kilxln married some time ago father, though at first Ilrandenburg MnmhrlnoOtilrf il. nlMlllim to one of his pupils at Kittaning, I'a., sisted that he would make a fight to Clth birthday and the occasion was I'll" WnrHrld I. n rf In nil till) wont linplli'.. To wiv Hint Ur till. made enjoyable for him by a visit from keep tho youngster. la. tilnltinrt nml .it-i- l only In purl .on under an assumed name. llix niinlllle. roiiil.linil In thl. J. A. Harris, a prominent insurance three of his daughters and their fami , Elmer Cooper, son of Mr. It. II. Coopof Ilnlm. tlipniniHt tin-- lire of r n. tnmnke lilln er, of the McKlnncy section, was mar- nnd real estate dealer, was convicted in lies Mesdumcs Viola Newland, Lizzie ui li n .union mining iii.oy. III. brnd nnd ' k. Circuit Court nt Owensboro of ar- Swinford, of Lebanon Junction, and ffrl nnd leg. nr perfect nml Hheit ried at Kewance, III., to Miss Huldn the niii cnnnvcllonllti Ula funllle.. unit I.ind, a pretty and popular girl of that son nnd sentenced to two years in the Nellie Rice, of Livingston. Mr. PaintnitU grcnt lenuly nri,i,l-clullniprrnr. penitentiary. He was charged with at- er has one other daughter who was not You utiould we HiltburM hefure city. You lllny yon neer looked nt n le'lter Charles Robinson, of Clay county, tempting to burn his store building in present, Mrs. Charlotte Davis, of Flora The Wnrllild I. the only allllllon thnt line. Vista, N. M. mure Il.t lie has been murriod twlco and is the fifth- - February last. hn.T ilnm. In tlie gretl Mnmlin. two Slnmhrlno Klnt; rroK, It. B. Mahony, the insurance man of Delaware county, Ind , voted "dry" Mnnilvrliio llil'-f- . imilirlno lntclien, two of 20 children. The result of his first I'liliui'..! Olmanl. KieorK W llkii. I I I tioner,' I Nutttiiod, t mrailimor. . morfjI marriage was 1!) children, and recently by n majority of about 2,900. Muncie, Stanford, was here on business. C. II. ! trolling. cro.e. thnn nny tnlllonnlle. the connty seat, voted whisky out by Frith, Postmaster Robins and Hans Too WnrrUI.I la hy Knre lell Itvr. record his second wife gavo birth to n son 200. The result of the election was Robins were jn Mt. Vernon on business. King irTv, h hy Mnmhrlno Sv. lis hy I'ntclien . lie. hy Mmnhrltio Mrs. Emma ilond Lillard, of Mnmhrltio visited relatives in announces the engagement watched with great interest, as Muncie Mrs. J. 11, Jarrett Oh lei II. Ihtlll Mrrcnlea, hy I hllllea Rt4, hy Mrs. Alex is so far the largest Indiana city to vote Mt. Vernon this week. Kleellonn'r li- lvll I. it grcnt lalnner, lie won the of her daughter. Miss Irene II. Lillard, on the saloon question. Moro than SO Wills, of the Sayers section, is visiting ctiitinplon.lilpnt the Nntlonnl llor.e Hliow to Mr. William Hagin Maddox.'of III Ivx, cln.a I, flr.t Nntlonnl llorehho In her daughter in Cincinnati. Mrs. J. r The wedding will tako place saloons will close. !. cln l.cliiimtlon.hli Nnltonnl Jackson and White counties, Ind , W. Hutchison and son, Edward, visited flr.t NHtlmml Hor.eHnow in the early summer. 1M cln.a 10; chnmiilon.litp Nntlonnl llor. voted ' dry" in local option elections, in Mt. Vernon this week. Hhuw ll.ii.cin". flrat Nntlonnl HoraeMlion lKd, clna.S. flr.t Nnllonnl llora Hhott' ).". Itev. A. J. Pike filled his regular ap tho former by an unofficial majority of HIGHLAND. IU. nrat llo.lon lloranHhow l.irf. clnaa rln.a 370 and the latter by about 1,000. pointment nt Berry, Harrison county, S; reavrtv llo.lon llor.eHliow IKiJ. cln.. I, uvoml lln.ton HoraeHliow Hill, cln.a.'r, aev Corn planting is moving ulT slowly on Twenty-fiv- e saloons will be closed in The Baptist church here is still without ond llo.lon lloraeHhow ltll,cln 1, rerrt HiMton HoraeHliow iKti.ctnaa I, thlnl llo.. account of rains. Jackson county and two in White. The a pastor. Evangelist Barnes, who is Ion lluraartliotr lull, clnaaT ll alrtil rile Little Leslie Floyd, who has been total number of counties "dry" under holding a revival at Mt, Vernon, sends llenu Idenll l&',. ialr of I'rlncea. Iftlen IVtlla lli.nnhterl.li",, K.imll quite sick, is some better. Dr. Jones, the local option law is now 44. word that he will likely hold a week's . Inn !. vll.Jr III nmke the pre.enl aenaon nt my fiirm the new Maywood physician, is seen in Suit has been tiled in tho Lyon coun- meeting hero after he closes at Mt 1 mile from MrKlnnny, Ky..nt IIS to Intllle our village almost every day. ty Circuit Court by N. W. Utley, Vernon. On the fifth Sunday in May n l.ltlngColt. Elder Carr, of Corbin, filled his pulpit H, M.OWKNH.McKlnney.Ky. State Senator, against Henry Ben- the executive board of the Rockcastle at Mt. Moriah Saturday and Sunday for nett and his attorneys, Wheeler Camp-bel- County Baptist Association meets with the first timo this year. Ho has been George Du Hello and Carl Hendertho Freedom church, four miles South sick most of the time. John and Man- son, for $10,000 damages. I No. I I'M. i Senator Ut- of here. Tho program for the exercis vol. it a.t. U.K., im.- -i i. ::u.r.. ser itaugh urn in Oklahoma prospectwii. rt, Oeumi'tunii, Ky. Aalunnd llnmlc foot ing. J. It. Waters, of Iouisvillt', has ley was named as one of a number of es wiii be out soon. ml foiletl ll.lt, aoltd tiny Willi left alleged night riders and is of course while, aUnda IM, hit ml. Ill nil. Swept Over Niagara. , I'lMiimr.-Min- tl hy aiieiit hriMik, No. moved to Hen Lewis' to raise a crop of not guitly. lVTnV. rvtford T.1H1., the alrv of Mnrgumi tobacco, W. C. Young and family, of y Judge William M. Hart overruled the This terrible calamity often happens It.lllllJllle.I.II", lleltlv llriHlk.iSl MIV HeltlirtMik.i,l7 Jennie HriMik, Hi J.il1, Stanford, spent several days with his motion for a new trial in tho case of because thu careless boatman Ignores Iji.ly llriHin, -- i tflllidt nlone, i;l ripples llrotik nnd llunnlng llnxik, J.:. Hllenl Heuroli-llgn- t father, G. W. Young. Ren Hryant, of Col. Duncan U. nnd Robin J. Cooper, tho river's warnlngs-grotvluthe alrn of lO liurkiilglit. No. Somerset, was hero with friends. Mrs recently convicted at Nahville of tho and faster current-Naturewarnings JKHV, lirlglilllght, xntl,, mid Vnlp.i. lavs,. Imrkntglit alnil hy Alcyone No. att. Mary Surber, of Corbin, attended the murder of former United States Sena- are kind. That dull pain or ache initio alilund llrook'a lat diun llumi funeral of her mother and spent u few miHtl :T7. tor E. W. Ciirmnck. Tho defense nt back warns you the Kidneys need atWren hy A.hliiml Wllkii. Wwl , reoord tu alroof John It. (lenlry, ?:(', Holly days with her brother, A. (5. Faulkner. onco gave notice of an appeal to the tention It you would escape fatul mala. Aahlnnd Wllke. atrtol hy Itol Trtl', t llkra. ft'iiiid School having closed nt Kingsville, Miss Supreme Court and waived tho formal diesDropsy, Diabetes or Bright s diWllkv. till", ho hy ilain. Hide Lilly, hy l'reiender, I lit, am ilrnu Elllo Voting Is nownt home. Mrs. Jenhy Inn MonriNi.KlS. sentence of 20 years in tho penitentiary. sease. Tnku Electric Bitters at once f NotK. Aahlnnd HriMik laitliHiidtoiuu nie (laugh is sick. Horn, to tho wife and seo Backache liy and all your Uihl wny Willi Iota of .illiatitntt, hit. ii atyle mid union. Ilia oDelmar Ad.uns, n girl. best feelings return. "After long sufnf Kolng wllli "I'd Rather DIo, Doctor, crop of coltanru Iwo ianra old. unit iilile.l they nr nil out) could wtpvcl, t hey ml lnr-Ini- ! than have my feet cutolT," said M.L. fering from weak kidneys and lame No precedent can bo found in tho hisgood color, tttlli plenty ol .lie, nnd urnitatylumiil llnl.li. A.liliind llrwilc will tory of this Commonwealth whero a Ulngiiiini, of I'rlncuvllle, 111 , "but back, onofl bottlo wholly cured me," writes J. It. Hlankenship, of Iielk, nmke the prvHint aeiiaon ut li to lu.urv u Governor has pardoned a fugitive from you'll die from gnngreno (which had living roll. Will iiiMiatnnd the urent mulnmid Jennet justice, but, on thu contrary, precedents oaton a way eight toes) If you don't", Tenn. Only 60o at Penny's Drugstore. jnck. Hilly Kii'iiii.Nt tin for mure mid liu living lor Jennet, to lii.uni n Ki'vim, colt lllily are many, whero tho Governors have said all doctors. Instead ho used At a meeting of the State Board of latiliim hy tui.lnd hy loin lluhliln'a declined to consider such cases. You Itticklen's Arnica Stiivo till wholly Education at Frankfort, May 12 was the Imp. Piilerino.Sdiliimhy l'rlnce, Ilia aire olJou llhickluirnniin cured. Its euros of Kceimi, Fever fixed for the county boards of educalllily Kerne atnlid. lull IS liituda, doubtless know that if a criminal should lilnck. with white Kilula nnd ua u hrii'der la become n fugitive, while his case is Soros, llolls, Hums and Piles as- tion to meet in each of tho 119 counties un.uruiMluaiiiuleorjeiiuil)iu'k.lilacoll 25o nt Penny's Drug price.. Mire. of thu State, examine the bids, the nlnt lirlngtng Ibulilglni.t cl.i where l. pending in tho Court of Appeals, that tound tho world. tradnT, lairled with or Unit lleforo Store. samples of books submitted by tho vamid iuon y ivconio. duo tho appeal would bo dismissed, the luaurnncu n criminal Is entitled to ask tho courts lit the tliiin of audi trmi.uclloii. Jack Daniels of Lynchburg, Tenn., rious book companies, and vote upon to relieve him, ho must submit himself former owner of the famous Jack Dan- which bid they wish selected for the to the custody of tho law. This is a wise iels distillery, has been converted and contract of supplying the State with 1SM.I lNl. King Kaglu 11 lunula and whotesomo rule, never departed It Vol. , A. H. II. It baptized into tho Baptist school books for the next five years. htgn.tlurk luiy with llowlug inline nnd lull, from by tho courts, and no Governor of has been goea nil lliegnlla with plenty of aHtHi, aiyit-michurch. He insists that his name bo Foley's Honey and Tar Is a safeaction. this Commonwealth has ever ignored lt no longer used in connection with the l'KiiKiitKK. Hlnsl hy lloyul king. aSA ho In.' guard against serious results from fore. If ho has tho right to do so, it whisky which he made famous. ny nionewuu jutnaon, liy Ull Time. T, in I diun Mollli) Uoltig-toSpring colds, which Intlamo tho lungs li. Ho) liby Klug'a l.t alriilliihlHiira MouuU,n ought to bo taken from him, as in Pennthu noted ilihl, wua sylvania. -- Kentucky Statu Journal. Don'Vtlrug tho btomach, or stlniu-lut- o and develop Into pneumonia. Avoid K. H. King Kaglu'a lat U.im. lllp. . ... King counterfeits by Insisting upon having he hy i:aglu uird, uui. iih ny uni the Heart or Kidneys. That Is thogenulno Foley's Honey nnd Tar, td ilu in hy IUhI I.Iuii, Uni duni hy Mr. P. G. Frltts, Cnoonta, N. V., Uurrla' liuuuiiirk. Iih hy Mlller'a Humiuirk, wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that nro which contains no harmful drugs. 16, llli ilnm hy Jim Hell ithorouiilihreil.i writes: "My llttlo girl was greatly crying out lor neip. vitalize tueso New Stanford Drug Co. miinm. XtllTK. iviiik l.ngir la n . it hrvetlur of lluo colored uud high atylul .bonolltted by taking Foley 'a Orlno weak insido controlling nerves with ..flit., thev ull hiivltm all e. alvlo tllld lll'lloll. Laxative, and I think It Is .1. I. . Tho cleverest Imitation of real Cofuiu item Dr. Slioon's Restorative, und see how ttitko illy Ho tired tliu colt tlmt won the tbHtmifordr'ulr,Hnaihol(Uatnknlljiii-'remcJfor constipation and liver made is Dr. Shoop's of the quickly good health will como to you fee ever yet four ol cutter defeating lmr TliligutofIbo get Kngli-'- troublo." Foloy's Ol'tno , utlvo King is again. Test it and seel Sold by Pen- Health Cotlee. It Is tine In ilavor Bruit Itex reutine. . wna twondln thn .Ualiikoni iiiirriKiaiiurg't uea iop women anu i uiuurun, as ii i und Is mado In just one minute. No it u ny's Drugstore. with i witriM und iiBiented iim colt thni woiitiiiaitiiketworiutof iiireaiiowa. ilia mild, ploasant and olTeetlvo, uud Is a tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made collaiiri)lnileninuil,hrlugtlii)lilghettprlt'ta. Miss Adele Boas, the missing daugh from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, King Kaglu win iniiku the prvaeut aenaou nt splonuiu spring medicine, as It cleans- luttiron living colt. the low urtco of IIBto grcnt ter of Arthur E. Boas, of Now York, etc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. mule Jnck. Jlnilos lue "jsicm anutiears tint Will ul.oalnnd the nnd IM for Jennets Ion. Now Stanford Drug Co. was found on board a train arriving 2 To store torpedoes the French gov Io In. urti n living colt. Jim Keeue.alrrd hy Imp. from Boston, and was taken to the the greut lllily Kecne, lit ilnm by the Keene ernment has sunk in the Mediterranean, Taylor, Hnloy and Howard nro free John weiia jiiiiiinui by needier. Jim homo of her father. Sho said she left near Toulon, an artificial island or con la iD.biindahigii, buck witiiw bile pointa.n by the hand of Governor Willson, but to crete and Steele. "tho same hand WfoMhi'-in- ji me.,tio..l .lock will withRepublicanism inho haa dug a grave homo "merely -- eee tho world." -i Kentucky bo deep for make the aeaaon of iiM nt our atnhte l'reventlcs-tho- se Hheiby jnty that there will never come the day of Candy Cold Cure Pains of woiueu, head pains, or any iniiea WeatofHtnntordonthe Hike. Msrea traded, parted wltb or bred rMrr(.tlnn lMilooah Nnuia ll.mn. Tablets will safoly and qulcklycbeck pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with eUewbere forfeit the Inaurnnco and money Crnt. trananctlon. liecomeaduenttbetlmeofaudi all colds and the Grip. Try them once Dr. Shoop's Plnlc Pain Tablets. See ; For further Information coll oil or addrea Sold by Pennys Drug full formula on 25o Box. Sold by PenNew York urban railways receive and see! H.T.HAHIUBAUOUT.WOOUH, ny's Drug Store. Htaniord.Ky, nearly 50,000,000 a month In fares. Store. I'noiM n, King a. 1 14 inn of Hie Wllk.i rntwijr, fiiilwl Mur . HI. . . lloml. Il.il Wllkm. Olil HWM. Ilnlillilitonlnll OiMini Wllkra. 1l j xllt-k'Ilv41miilllii wllkra I 111" uriiitiitiMnjrlima. Innalre u( irotmra). ltnl ilnm t'. K. innrti monfljr thnnnnr liiirv (olJ for to lloyin riiiinljri. Snl ilnm M. ovit lirntiiiht (St. Kliiiorn )rinliioii lilol mill two Mie la In Hi" M ilhT. I.'Uit tliiin liriMHt itmm II. I Thl. rult I. n liniulinlUK. ilnrk t Imr, I SI Inn liitmlaiuf Kri'iit inixtniKi' nml aluiw nfnrty rlli.wltliiiiit nny trnrk ! lovrl tirnilnl.Piiillr liiiliillrtl.iiliiitiM fnriil.ttyln nnd ap.nl to III. nt imiry roiu. whlrii ibnuiii iHUn-miliprice, will iiintx ill)' 'umim in ivruii my l liitntllln licit fiiriii iiiMwnr on lli"i,liii'l tilkn ai II" lolimitv n llv-Inllrr colt Will m linmllnl for aiiunn. T HMITII. 11. r I). No, 1. Iloi II. A. Hm-ril- r GOLD BOND Ill ' In Memory of T. B. Hutchinson. NEWS NOTES. n' "l. ! liniiit-llni- Htnti-fori- a'l . Beau Naboth 45,006, ByNaboth I, Thomas H. Hutchinson waa born in Middlctown, Montgomery county, Mo., In 18'W and departed this life At Geneva, Ark , Jan. 25, 1909. Deceased waa tlio second ion of Henley E. Hutchin-for- i, of Crab Orchard, by his flrat wife, Louisa Ilurcli, hunt of Mrs. Jano Buch-nnaof Crab Orchard, and W. 8. (lurch, of Stanford. Ho was in the Civil wnr, being a rwrgcont In the Third Missouri Vol, Infantry and served to the end. After being mustered out of tho scrvlcu ho resided In I'itco county, Mo., until 18'Jl, when ho went to HI., where ho lived until his recent removal to Arkansas, whero for several years ho was purchasing mes senger from Waukcgnn, III., to Chicago. Ho was a dovout member of tho Christian church and an elder In this denomination for upward of 40 years. Ho was an honest man, a truo christian and respected by all. In his death society has lost a worthy member and hia children a kind and loving father. Ho n, Wnu-kegan, An Ideal Walking Oxford. p.a VERY SWELL. Vellod oole. Extension Cdfe. Eucl Reproduction of tliii Stria Shot. best-know- n well-know- n OXFORDS Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for -- THE WARFIELD. S. a I" iv - Men, women and Kori-l.;- Children. lta ltli. Tiiitmtrli-nlcliiiriirl"- Ily, in-- hnl tn - it Cummins& Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ir Shel-byvill- c. llorix-Hlini- :rl S rv for-m- ASHLAND BROOK," ::-rk 111 l, 14.-il- g 's Io-le- r, aH-i- lvl Ilrlg-liiill- n, for-l.l- KING EAGLE. X, Young men's suits with plenty of grace and full of ginger built in in a way that grey beards won't -Wide-shouldere- a ... fancy and built ; that fancy way because they're d not meant for old folk. coats. 13uilt-ou- t chests and shapely waists. trousers with the new wide spring cuff at bottom. The shape that you find in 'em theyfrjday will last to the last. It's permanent tailored into the cloth a matter of needle work not pressing. They wear to much longer that they're by all odds Full-pegge- d i, the cheapest clothes when you divide the number of months through which they tfivc satisfaction Into the price you give for them. - For Sale by H. J. McRobcrts, Stanford, Ky. !,. fo-- . .- - , V - ,1 . J. . jif. . JShfc. i yw&(i rH(r & Wift TOHr mr The Interior Journal. E. Dida't Bring The Suit. Thero fa a bit of history connected with the charges against W. S. Taylor which has never been published. The writer was at tho time of the assasil- nation, editing the Interior Journal at Stanford. On the day that Gov. Uoe-bwas shot we started from our homo to come to Frankfort to keep an en gagement with him with reference to thepasvgeof a bill connected with ttin llafnpm v....., rtf wtlfoh WP Were a ...u ..wu... 3liis1 . ........ ... trustee. Ho was to introduco it In the Scnato tho following day. En route wo heard of tho shot, but camo on anyway and thereby became an cyo witness to tho devilish deeds of those dressed in a cl . Wait For The Big Show. C WAUTON A CHARLES A.HARDIN, of ItftetT county. ! a cmlldt for Pom. monwpilth1 Attorney of ihU, tint l!th Judicial dutrlct.nubject to the notion of the democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., ....... m..... .mu ...-.-- . juukv mi., t... II ft cnnaicinie lor circun tfio nctlou of the lMhillttrlct. subject to Democratic party. M. C. 8AUFLEY of the Democratic party. Howe's Great London Shows Ms ,x, ! AT STANFORD li a candidate for circuit JudRO of thli, the mhjiullclnl district, subject to the nctlon FRIDAY, MAY 7TH. FURNISHINGS ! The Show .his year is Digger and Better nnd in n More Commanding mid In a brilliant Bpccch, Senator Bailey attacked the pending tariff measure, denouncing the principle of protection and demanding an income tax in order that the wealthy may bear n just proportion of the country's expenses. Senator Aldrich and several other Republi cans engaged in colloquies with the Texas Senator, who morp than held his own, and during the latter part of his speech there were few interruptions. Beach IIargis was given a life sen tence for killing his father, Judge Jas Hargis, at Jackson. The trial was held at Irvine and the jury was made up of Madison county men. At first the jury seemed hopelessly divided but the mem' bers got together about 2 o'clock Wed' nesday afternoon and returned the above verdict, which is very satisfac tory to tho public. reSn'g'by GUoger stopped tho members ?jtjon t)nil CVPr foro (0 maintain their unrivaled standing capltol by soldiers with bayoneted guns, of the proclamation of Taylor ordering to nmnzo nnd delight their thousands of patrons. tho Legislature to meet at London, saw tho body chased through the streets as Wlto who at the door of tho nlDKAJ rank, nnd I .....! heard the tramp 1 Am mia... att .AttA.al .ianv I Entirely New and Exclusive Features. " A Few of tho Many Features You Will Sec: SHIRTS. NECK TIES. Four-iu-Han- i'. of soldiery beneath the wounded statesman's room and the ribald jests of heartless creatures in uniform, saw the capitol surrounded by soldiers and tho entrance of civil officers prevented, together with other disgraceful scenes that we can never forget. On our return to Stanford we wroto and printed the first articlq charging Taylor and his crowd with tho crime of conspiring to assassinate Senator Goo-band put the case up so plainly that ho was greatly Incensed. In order to put up a bluff, ho sent for John W. Yerkes, as wo wcro shortly afterward informed, and engaged him to bring suit for libel against us and our paper, but before it could bo instituted things got too hot for him, and like the cring ing coward that conscience makes of the guilty, he fled to tho arms of an assassin lover in Indiana and begged to be saved from the wrath to come. It may not be too late yet for him to bring the suit. If not, he can charge that we will reiterate our belief in hi3 guilt and notwithstanding tho whitewash applied to him and the other hel lions connected with the assassination of Gov. Goebel, we are firmly of the opinion that he and they should all dan gle at the end of ropes for "the worst crime in our history." Kentucky State Journal. el Marion Sheridan and Her Troupe of Performing" Lions. Prof. Buckley's Herd of Performing Ele TuxWhitn nnd colored pleated Worn; Flowing end, cuff attached; negligee eott Worn, edo Tics, String Tie, Winor and cull attached in white nnd color-8How. All the new similes 25c, 50o nnd 81.50. and 81. 1 . SOCKS. BELTS phants, Including Dutchess, the gest Elephant in the world. Itosedalo, tho beautiful 810,000 Horse. LarBlack, tnu, grey nnd green in 1113 Black, Tnn, Grey ami Green, in ilium and very nnrrow width 25c, game weights. 23c in cotton; 50c in 00c, 81 nnd 81.50 each. lisle; 81.50 in black and tan silk. Don't draw conclusions too quickly, dear reader. The Congressman Ed wards who wants the salaries of the members reduced to the former figure is not the Edwards of the bloody Eleventh, but a Georgian and a democrat. Kentucky's Congressman Edwards belongs to a party which wants all that's coming and then some. of the League J. W. West is guilty of the charges made against him bo is de serving of the most ignominious death. However, to us his acts are those of a crazy man and he should be confined in some asylum. Under no circumstances should ho be permitted to prey at large. Anti-Saloo- n 5, - HOSE. Ladie' black MISCELLANEOUS If Arm band, 5, 10 nnd 25c, Garnnd tnn. Cotton 25 ters 10, 25 nnd 50c. Suspender 25, cents; lWc 50e; black nnd tan silk 50c and 81. Stick pin 50c, 81 and e 81, 81.50 and 82. Mbvcs black and 81.50. carl cufr button, tan, 15 and 25c, 25 nnd 50c. One-pric- Frankfort has 31 saloons, or one to each 400 inhabitants. Our good broth er of tho Kentucky State Journal should certainly get enough of open saloons and red liquor there without wanting whisky sold at every cross roads in Kentucky. i We did not intend to even intimate of the Kentucky State Journal is a whisky drinker. We know too well to the contrary. And that makes us wonder the more why he is for $5,000. Clyde Clark, aged eight, was run ov cuch a strong advocate of open saloons, er and killed by a Q. & C. train just South of Somerset. POLITICAL. Georce W. Champion, aged 42, a Frederick G. Holbrook, aged 9C, for prominent farmer of Mercer county, mer Governor of Vermont, died at died suddenly of heart failure. Brattleboro. 16 year-ol- d Miss Maggie Leonard. The Second district Democratic Sena daughter of Frank Leonard, of Casey, torial convention nominated W. V. Ea burned to death, her clothes catching CO for ton, of Paducah. from a stove. James Thomas Williams, Jr , of W. H. Rowsey, who wa3 given 21 South Carolina, has been appointed a years in the penitentiary for murder by medicinal purCivil Service Commissioner by Presi a Boyle county jury, has made applicadent Taft. tion for pardon. poses. The Tennessee House passed the George Claunch, a Somerset bootleg' State Fair bill after a lively debate. A ger, was probably fatally shot by Chief bill prohibiting Sunday theaters also of Police EIrod and Policeman Holsom-bacwas passed. EIrod was taking the Negro to The republican Senatorial convention jail when he jerked away and began LB-Sat Jamestown split. One faction nom- shooting. fk inated L. T. Neat, of Adair, and tho Attorneys for George Gordon will ask other Lilburn Phelps, of Russell. for a new trial. Judging by the evi- In the Tennessee Senate the bill pro- dence, Gordon got a very light sentence and sale of viding for the manufacture 1 and should be highly pleased with the imitation beer containing not over 3 mercy of the court as already Bhown. per cent, of alcohol was killed on sec- Advocate. Stanford, Kentucky. JVt ond reading. The administratorof FredBritton has Former Representative Joseph W. suedH. E.Samuel, a Harrodsburg drug Babcock, of Wisconsin, for 14 years a gist, for $30,000 damages, charging that is 5 feet, 10 inches in Height nnd Weighs 150 pounds, lias tremendous member of the lower House of Con- the defendant sold Britton intoxicating He gress, and for many years chairman of beverages, knowing he was an inebri- strength, marvelous agility, and his powerful arms nro a wonder to behold. the National Republican Congressional ate and which caused his death. A truly wonderful disylay of trained animals, Committee, is dead. An attempt was made to assassinate speech Claude Prewitt at his home in Garrard At the last half of his two-daFunSenator Bailey devoted nearly thrco the other night. Two men called him While- we nro here to build the Lincoln countv ennrt lmuu nn.l .hmil.i hours in the Senate to a discussion of to his door and began shooting at him, the legal aspects of his income amend- three of the shots taking effect. The the building fever strike you, why not haven littlo talk with in? Wo aro ment to the tariff bill, citing numerous wounds are not of a serious naturo. n a ucucr position to hiiild you u nico cases and authorities to maintain tho view that such a law would be constituCHURCH MATTERS. that the editor IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. James Simpson, aged 82, died of in' firmities in Garrard county Mrs. Nannie Sears Bates, wife of J. E Bates, is dead at Somerset. Prof. Lawhorn has sold his school building at Middlcburg to a company JAKMY-J- H. J. McKOBBRTS, i STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Monkey!: in the Largest' "saBI m5 Ee333gSSQ3cH333r333a33l the MM ;r& I PUKE OLIVE OIL, fl jjj S8 Direct importation from France. The very best eating and Hi - k. HEIGHTlk WEIGHS 52 FTjfe 156 m 82 ffl &j 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $1.00 Quart. Jake, the Largest Gorilla Ever Exhibited America. H in gj KcrsrsYs ....rrrT-uuuu .. 5 UKt, sbbbbbbbeebbbbee: Brick Dwelling or 400 People. 250 Horses and Ponies. 20 Are You Going To Build ? A Neat Business House ,, ' ny Clowns. Prof. Wheeler's Military Band. Rev. T. W. Barker will preach at Judge Watts Parker, for circuit judge, Dan W. Scott, for sheriff, and Logan's Creek Union church Sunday at S. J. Moore, for assessor, have with- 3r. M. Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach at drawn from the democratic primary to be held in Lexington and Fayette Holdam's Mill Sunday morning at 11 county, May 4. They charge a raw o'clock and that night at 7:30. Quarterly meeting at the Methodist deal in tho selection of election offchurch Saturday and Sunday, May 8 icers. Three candidates, W. B. Hawkins, a id 9. Dr. Pearce, a former pastor of Charles Foushee and Eli Staton, with- Stanford, will preside. oromI MA7Qr' There will be no services at the Hus- drew from the Fayette county Democratic primary after the election officers tonvillo Christian church Sunday, the were announced. Hawkins and Foushea putor having been called to North complain that they did not receive fair Middletown to conduct a funeral sertreatment, though it was pointed out vice. By special request, Rev. T. W. Bark'J'lio flower and pick of Feature Performers from all Nations, in u Pro factions of "ant Is" that the received more ulcction officers than er will preach on "Courtship and Marhad riage" from a Bible standpoint at the gram cxtnnt, startling struggles und ludicrous revelries, carrying tho specthe "regulars " Methodist church Sunday morning. De- tators by btorm and wildly applauded by all. Two men have been arrested in Bos- votional League service conducted by ton charged with attempting to extort Mrs. T. D. Raney at 7 P. M. Preach- Bring the Little Ones to See Baby Elephants, Baby Camels, 310,000 from James Whltla, of Sharon, ing at 7:45 p. M. Subject: "Weighed in l'u., under tho threat thut they would God'a Scalesj Baby Lions and Baby Monkeys. kidnap his son, Willie. An Kudlesa Program of Startling K vents. James S. Cnbanno III., who was J. D. Eads has a stud colt he Is very smuggled out of St. Louis by Brought-te- n proud of. It is by J. C. Bailey's PresBrandenburg, was taken from the detention home at San Francisco and ton and out of tho George Miller Givens grey mare, lie says It Is a blue tlo gUento liU father. Starting from tho Show Grounds at 10 A. M. One person was killed and 10 injured winner. For Sale. -- Two finely pedigreed Tho Performances Daily Afternoon at 2 o'clock and Night nt 8 o'clock. by a tprnsdo which wrecked a large mares. Henry Anderson, Stanford. 2t. portion of Douglas, Kan. tional. T being ablo to buy nil material cheaper nnd therefore are in position to put a building up for a considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too email and tho distance will not stop u from figuring with you, tnattew not o invito any proactive builder to give us n trial. wlicro you live. Wo furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect. freo of charge. . ' ' - f!PM, FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. The American Fence. The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension Curve, Which has placed it in tho market tecond to none. It U bull strong, pig tight, well galvanized und of tho best Hewemer steel wire. Call und mm it. Some interesting priced for next 30 day. Seo tho Poultry Fence wo have. See the Great Free Spectacular Street Parade '" V GEORGE xt!M,il.U iA i .wtminumi, jthj.lii H. FARRIS, Stanford. ) K.A ?4gtlfcSj i'ii. "jywjwp'upy,i HpHWI"iiimwipifTr nun, j vi qHiflHii 3 Window Shades. Felt Shndes at licit 10c. C Carpets, Mattings, Drug'ets. Wc now hnvo in our carpet room tor your inspection a splendid line of CnrpeU, Mattings and Druggets. IJest values in Mattings you ever saw nt 12Jc to 33c. Kxtrn special valuo in 11x12 Urussclls Druggets at 810, worth 812. Curtain Materials. Curtain Swisses at 10c to 25c. Curtain Nets at lfic to 25c. Lnco Curtains 4Cc to 88.00 per pair. ! Water color shade at 20c to !Wc. oil shadca 10c to fiOc. feet to 8 feet lopg. 'A tfrh Duplex White and Green 0 feel to 7 feet. Kxtrn width shades 11.00 ami 81.25. White Curtain Poles at 10c, tho 15c kind. Kxtrn long Poles tor Porticrrc. Oak Poles at 10c; SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTAwronn, & SON, Cum- STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin Ky., - Aran. HO, 1900 FlNB line of Heels. Poles, Lines and nil other Fishinff Tacklo at Penny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. Miss Emma Waiiren continues quito Ill Lee KurLRY went to Lexington Tuesday. Mil. W. O WAtKKn was In Louisville tbis week. Mr. W. G. Withers Is laid up with The case of Anderson Carr. colored. a fearful cold. was continued until tho November term Mrs It. J. IlUMRLn is visiting rela- of the Federal court at Richmond. Carr tives In Hoylo. is charged with selling whisky. Mr. Frank Leb and wife wcro guests common tho PuriLS completing of friends here. given tuition in Mr. W. K. Siiucars spent Wednes- school course will bo high school course. Examination at day in Louisville buying goodi. U. Single SrALDlNO, of Leba- Stanford May 14 and 1C. Mrs. Henedict ' non, is with her brother, Mr. W. II. ton, SupL m O.OTIIE8 French cleaned. Cook & Farmer. The Hunn drug store nt Shelby City ON Saturday, May 1st, I will have on M. CoiiN, who opened a store at Hua- tonvllle April 23, writes ui that he is sale hats for 25c and up. Big bargain; burned at nn early hour(Tuesday mornone day only. Miss Ella May Saun- ing. Origin unknown. doing a fine business. UPS) ders. Denny Mrs. James Denny, who was n Miss Bates, of Missouri, is dead For Sale. Shoe store. Dandy cludlnc an. old secretary all cherry , .. t. i Near Blue Grass county in Garrard. She was operated on a snic. A. i . uracKcii, omuiuiu. lor seat. Address Real Estate, caro In- week or 10 days ago. Besides her husEgos for talo from Red hen. Wild band sho leaves four sons and a daughterior Journal. MP .. II. .l Aitttm ntiil TVti A rtttnmet ter. The burial will take place in LanWanted, a boy 1C or 18 years old. caster this, Friday afternoon, V. J. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky.' after Must be honest, sober and Industrious services nt tho homo at 2 o'clock. TUB L. & N. will run an excursion to and desirous of learning the merchanCincinnati over the K. C. Sunday at dise business. Lutes Bros., Turners-villJudge M. C. Saufley Will Speak At S1.75 for the round trip. Train leaves Danville Saturday, May 1, 7:30 P. M. Stanford depot nt 5 A. M. Harrodsburg, See our lino of $10 Spring Cummins & Wearen. suits. TrtY'Toroiknit" union suits. mins & Wearen. i.-- o.-..- r.l OXFORDS ! tnns, vicis, patents etc., is Our line of oxtords in tho prettied anil le?t line we have ever carried. You will find no better lino of shoes and oxfords made than our line, We back our goods with our personal guarantco to give satisfaction nnd wear. We only aim to handle the beet and you will find our prices right l, M al e. Mrs. Lizzie Diluon attended the burial of Mrs. John K. West at Lancaster. Mn. U WeAres Hughes visited his sister, Mrs. E. T. Carter, at Evans-villInd. Hill. e. SfECtAL Sale. On Friday and Sat urday wo will oifer a lot of granite ware at the popular prico of 10c apiece. s goods regular 25c It is all and values. Buy while.it lasts-Fri- day Saturday. Geo. D. Hopper. first-clas- r ON next Monday tho classic Derby will bo run at Louisville and those of our sports who can raise the "dough" will witness the big event. Consider-nbllocal money will go on Senator An effort was made to break into W. Hubblo'a T. M. Green, which will bo Mount at Lancaster. Louisville, and one of tho favorites in tho track bet S. Hilton's store at Junction City at an Hon. J. A. Craft, of early hour Wednesday morning but tjie arriv-e- d ting. Kcv. A. A. HigRins. of m would be burglars were evidently scar attend tho bedside of yestcrdny to Sun Bros.' circus tents will bo ed olT. Lair's blood hounds were Saturday, brought from Hustonville and while Judgo J. W. Alcorn. stretched hero Hays Foster has accepted a position and tho people will be here from the they made several trails no clue was in the Lincoln County National Hank. salt works. Tho show is said to be A 1 furnished John II. Shanks Is also working in that in every particular and is deserving of Bill Lee. king of the blind tiger op Institution temporarily. the irwxl crowd it will likely have. Of Lodgo of Elks has pre- course you will have to go to take curt; erators, has skipped out, tnking with him Mattie Fish, nlso colored. He was sented Mr. Gill M. Cooper, the retiring of the children. ... to have been tried yesterday on seven Ruler, with a handsome ring, Exalted Produce. Moreland is a great town counts of liquor selling but when the ate. emblematic of the for produce. William Mcrriman did hour for trial arrived William was not AT the Recital given by tho Collego $30,000 worth of business in that to be found. Deputy Sheriff William Cincinnati Tucsdsy evening about of Music of place, lino there last year and if the remainHester Is on his bond for $300 and the Miss Mary McRoberta. of this ing eight months are ns good ure as chances aro that he will have to "come charmingly reudercd "Ritorna Vincitor" the four that have passed he will do across" with that amount. fc Aids. resigned his po- $30,000 worth this year. Seven wagons 'mr. J. C. Goons has Honor Roll Stanford Graded and of produce arrived in Moreland nt onu sition in the Farmers National Hunk High School furSth month: , Knot to accept a time tho other day. .mi Puno to Pine Eloiso Grttdo 1. Grace Anderson, omposition on tho Q. & C. railroad. -SRev. J. W. West, superintendent of Beazley, Josephine Beazley, Ethel League, has Breedlove, Rebecca Goldstein, Joseph crset Journal the Kentucky una V. II. Hnozand little resigned and will lenve the State, rest- Grimes, Carl Hunn, Morris Jackson, ii.. .UI. son have returned to their home at ing under the dark chargu of ungentlo-manl- y Daisey Lunsford, Lynn Pence, Mario f!ltflnn1. O.. after a visit to her par and indecent conduct, brought Powell, Stella Walker, Louise Waters, ents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Gooch. in by two young girls at Cntlettsburg. Lucile Waters. West admits what ho describes as inGrado 2. Willie Rankin, Sarah Tray-lo- r, MASTER PRE8COTT UnOWN celebrated discretions. This gerand Rachel Hill, Margaret Davison, his 12th birthday Wednesday alternoon ium is tho same West who came here Mary Burk, Virgil Moore, Tilden Coop bv having some CO of his little friends Bomo weeks ago and mado nn address er. Wilbur Connett, Marion Calmese, tuith Mm. Several hours wero very on tho temperance question. flgo Perry, Marshall Sargent. m enjoyably spent playing games, etc. A Grado 3. Bell Russell, Annie It. Pow Several friends of tho opera house ell, Katherine Harris, Sylvia Farmer, delightful lunch was served. Taylor. R. H. manager have suggested to him that Rev. J. Murray Frances Embrv, Patience Calmese, Car- Jesio Wearen, of Stanford, perhaps some people do not attend rio Anderson, Mury II. Johnson, Minnie with howa hero becausu tho price is too wero hero Monday mingling Hardin, Leon Davis, Clarenco Single Mr. T. II. Hammonds, of steep. Desiring to please the public in Leonard Ballard, C. iivnrif tvnu trailhln tin has decided to ton, UobartArnoId, Stanford, was hero Tuesday to meet Claiborne Walton,. cut the prices of admission for awhile " Grade 4. Klein Brady, Rosa Burke, Fair on a big at least to Zoc lor cnnaren, &c tor Clinton Coleman, Joo T. Embry, Matsy News. mlulta and 60c for reserved seats, and Grimes, Nellie W. Hill. Sarah Hundley, LOCALS. on next Monday night when "Charley's Ethel Powell, Jean Paxton, Ella Rig-neboards these prices will hold the Martha Raney, Hartwell Shanks. Something nobby in hosiery, Cum Aunt" will prevail. A number of our people Grade 5. Mary Anderson, Maud Armins & Wearen. have ssen "Charley's Aunt" and they nold, Frances Brackett, Bessie BracWear Hanan Oxfords to getsatisfac say it is tho funniest play imaginable. kets Georgia Cabbell. Ella Eichenber-gcr- , tion. Cummins & Wearen Be sure to get seats early for the pros- " Elizabeth Hunn, Bcssio Moore, particular," try Denham's pects for a good crowd are very flatter-e- x Eva Rankin, Efllo Ware, Harry FarmIf you aro want - Ing and tho management doesn't coal Yards at Stanford and Rower, Henry Messer, Jonathan Rankin, Uliyvinijr vu iiwvi; iw d.h..v. .,.. James Tribble, William White. land. Grade G. Winnie Davis Bibb, Wanted, to losn $3,000 on flrsj FORMER Stanford pooplo who aro Brackett, Mary Shepherd Cook, Ethel John Ennulre at tills now citizens of Paris are doing nicely mortgage land notes. thcro. Mr. J. W. Hayden is doing n T. McAlister, Anna D. McRoberta, olTice, thriving wholesalo business, James C Blain Newland, James Owsley, Verner Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist and opti- Engleman is jeweler for A. J. Winter's Rout, Mury M. Raney, Mayme Single cian. Office over II. J. McRoberta' big jawolry store, Waltor and Eugeno ton, Bessie Wilkinson, Gertrude Wilkclothing sjtore. Martin aro prospering in tho livery inson. Grade 7. Josephinq Carpenter, Ma fine has Preserve your roof with the best business, Walter O. &Scott and a L. rion Grimes,. Wulter Moser, Grace N. J. paint on earth; mixed on Somerset position with the L. roof Chrisman is making money out of his Young, Eva Moser, William Grimes. St., Stanford, Ky., at Eads' tin shop. Grade 8. James Cooper, Lylu Cooper, greenhouse. Mr. C. is tho only florist S. C. Brown Leg- In l'aris and Is enjoying tho splendid Catherine Gentry, Oca Moser, Lucy For SALE.-l'- uro horn eggs. Improved laying strain. patronugo ho la receiving. Paris Is n Lee Walton. Ky. Freshman Harris Coleman, Annie Mrs. It. L. Berry, lluatonvlllo, hustling little city and has ono of the 83-rings. Phone best court ' houses and graded school Lewis Gentry, Witlio Moore, J. M. H. -tho Stato. Interurban cars "Charley's Aunt" Is tho funniest buildings in for Lexington each hour In Waters. Eliza Sophomore Joseph Hopper, read. Seo It at Walton's Icavo Paris play on the Higglns. Monday night. It the day and 44 passenger trains come beth Opera House next Senior Berta Jean Penny. and go each 24 hours. will make you laugh and grow fat. o W. ALCORN Is very HI and his friends arcapprelicnslvoof a change for tho worse. y MISS KATHERINE WawieN left Forest, O , where she will for Uko a position on the Kevlew. J unci: W. A. Trimble and Chief of Police II. U. Carter went to Richmond to testify against Anderson Carr in tho Federal Court. Misses Sara DUNS and Sallio Taylor Woods aro members of a houso party given by Misses Margaret and Joan Judgb J. Wed-ncsda- Hunn & CokfeY, the Morcland gen- d of cecral merchants, got in a ment from Oklahoma Tuesday tho freight on which was $202. Hy the way this is the 12th car load of cement, salt, wire, etc., they have received since Jan. 1. car-loa- Monday, May 3, 1:30 P M CHARLEY'S aunt" will make you Stanford, Monday, May 10 1:30 p. m. f irget your troubles. See this funny Crab Orchard, Waynesburg, Kings-villplay at Wnlton's Opera House next McKlnney and Hustonville on Monday night, May 3. Admission 25, dates to bo arranged later. Jinl .?. 35 and 50c. S. Owsley is invited to be present at all China painting done by Mrs. Kather-in- o of these appointments, especially at McClary. A nice lino of painted Uanville, Harrodsburg and Stanford. china on hand, suitable for wedding A division of timo will be accorded him. and graduating presents. You are in Ross county, O., in which is located vited to inspect it. me city or chtllicothe, went "wet" by THE Lincoln County Medical Society by a mujonty of about 2,000. will meet here Tuesday, May 4, at 10:30 A full attendance Is desired us A. M. business of importance Is to be transAm prepared to do roof painting nt the acted. W. F. Hickle, Sec. InUOkt rtSwalMi nrloi lllttnk nnlnl Oil .,.. ua mi " BlJUIirP You should see one or both of the on ru.lrntnitui iinrniiM nnu r njuartt for pnTHT ami Nc games of base ball between tho Stan iru jjisiut, vu iiinni J. V. HTKWAIIT, ltov land, Ky. ford Graded School and Harrodsburg teams on the school grounds here this, CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Friday afternoon. They will be hot I enn furnlih th nutillc nitli tho ix'it. nn ones. will nn the fri'lii't olrut floer, plant" of nil kinds. IiuIIk, pottt-t- l floKtrs, on thort Miss Lena L. Hamiton, the up-tnotice. Also imikv n ppvclnltyot wreaths date florist of Stanford, is erecting a fur fur funnil iiurimtit. nloie, I hne nil i In with tho large green house which will bo given klnila o( tij( tublrs on hiincl nt rvnsonuble price. . exclusively to the culture of roses. We I II UIM.MA. Kn Ml; IIUUHKH. 1UH IIP, I'HOK. arc glad to note tho splendid success of Htmitonl, Ky. this young lady. e, Dont forget we represent two of the lest tailoring establishments in the country and guarantco fit, quality and price. Make our store your headquarters when in town and be convinced that our prices are lower than tho lowest and quality or goods is the very best that the market can furnish. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., NOTICE!' p-- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. . Dainty AnHIe Strap Pumps. Every Young Lady who delights in Cool, Comfortable I'oiim-cttni- HUI-.h.- . DR. E. C. TEST, (Successor Dr. II L. Casey ) Gla-go- m m Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College. I'hono &. Olllce nt I. K. Ioun' Htnble. DANVILLE, KY. FOOTWEAR Should take a look at these daintily constructed Ankle Strap Pumps. They are all Patent and really make the feet look smaller because of the short vamp. We also have many other styles of ladies' Oxfords. e CHESTER S. n of Chi'tler lnr will make the Thl ut It. H. Cn rH.'iitiri ktuhlo In iirvKent lliltlonMllont !0 to Insure H IHlnir rolt. DrscuiiTloN and rrnimiKr lie U n Muck lth atHrln forelirnil. 1(1 lmnctn nil. wllli nil the style a ml fliil-- n of therheMer linre fniiiMy, u koihI iii'tlnc horvinml n prou'ii breeder fee htm before lKHkliiioiir miiren if yon ure looking forn KkxI lirceili r nt IK Ink' price, HI ml by Chester I'uro. ilam bv Telfitrapli. imliliimby Hippy by Mumbrlno Chief. J NO. (I. I.YNN. llvntomllle, Ky. 111 rhiirni.-tfrlitl- order.-Advor- lt W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of I Sale of Bank Stock An I Anti-Saloo- n Ailinliilstrntor, nlth the will nniiexml, of thootntuofsnlliu A.bhlpnian, decerned, 1 HlllOll SATt'ltDAY. MAY 1, UW. Uilweon the liour of luoclock a. m.. nuil 2 o'clock r. x nt llunlomllle, Lincoln Co., Ky., at public kale fonrshuresof stock In the llustoiixllle National Hunt, reserving the rliihtto withdraw any share or shares If the Lid Is not sntlsfuctory. Terms mill, (IKO. I). WKATIIKKKDItl). COUNTRY in sweet-scente- Adm. bnllloA. bhlpmuu. - PRODUCE SHERIFF'S SALE. LancasterStanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. m ,!,!. y, Hy Irturc of execution No. lSUdlrecteU to me, which Usutd from the Clerk's olllcn of tho llojle. circuit court, in faor of Kdwurd Alcorn ugnlust (I, s, lleuedlct, I or one of my deputies, wlll.ou Monday, the 10th day ol May iwv. between the hours of 1 o'clock I'. x.,und 1 o'clock p. M nt tho court.huuse dour In Mnnford county of Lincoln Ky., ex. Ko to publto sule to tho highest ladder, the follow lux property (or so much thereof us may bo necessary to satisfy tho amount of tho rialutlll's debt. Interest, und costs), to win liiesnmo ooiiiku !? unuiviueu luter estlnuudlo theKytruct of liind situated In near Mltledgelllo und Lincoln county lounded on tho North by hinds of ileortio (inddli, on the Kust by hinds of Unit llrels. ler. on the boutu hy the lands ot Jatl (i04 dls'lirs. nnd oil the West ty lands of Ituy. lnond Kershonu. and containing & acres Get busy and give your orders for Fertilizer. more or less, levied upon as the property of U. . Henedict. Tkkmhi Nile will le made on u credit of six mouths, bund with upproved security required, benrluK Interest nt the rate uf 6 I have tho nicest line of Buggies, Surreys, Phxtons and Runabouts that jwr cent tier annum from day of sule, und having the force und elTect of n sulo bond, havo ever handled. Call and look before buying. Also McCormack Ma this lit dny of April inv. T.J.HII.L,8UerlfT. chines. GJobe Fertilizer for Tobacco ami Corn. Seo tho Kmuse Pivot H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford. FARMERS! E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. I II Dinwiddie & up-to-d- ate Axle Hiding Cultivator. Co., THE &&:-LivS- il 4Kb ydijiii.i fc&i fc Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an line of goods. v.,.oMv..jnM.i-?i. TRANSFER FOR RATES MMH .4 ;l LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 3 Wit TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPAQ INCOKWllUTtO h4&tam3i'i ,,.sdS'"?'" vvi. .fr4kjdu u ,. ,(.j4 jJiWJkWHiLi.,'?V .... - JS- - nsAAu. iqrtlr'rTrr w 'wrKpfsfiir t")Kk ' r yf- ""run H A warning against probing too deeply Into the motives of a man Is contain Stanford el cd in this story from the New York MnUredintherott-OJicec- a Sun. A tale of jurymen appeared betmnd.dait mutter. fore a certain Missouri judge and every man explained that it would mean disTOE aster to him to serve nt that term of r. M. No. Jl.Houth.lliM court all but a little fellow at the end No.Sl.Houth, llH A M. No.tt, North, 4:M A. M. m m of tho lino, a hunter, who had lived in ii No. . North, 5:TT r. K. No, TT, 10:17 A,. Miss Nettie Marshall, aged 80, was a cabin on tho creek all his life. No.n,:Wr. M. bumed "You haye no excuse toofTcr ?" ask- county. to death at her homo in Daviess Agent. ed the surprised judge. JOS. 8. :iK9EsaeaE9asasfjsasssssv The Interior Journal. Why He Was Willing. L. N. TI THBLE During tho Spring crery one would bo benefitted by taking Foley's Kldnoy Hemedy, It furnishes n needed tonlo to tho kidneys after tho extra strain of winter, nnd It purifies the blood by stimulating tho kldnoys, and causing them to elemlnate the Impurities from it. Foley's Kidney Hemeily Imparts new llfo and vigor. Pleasant to tako. New Stanford Drug Co. W. H. LAIR, HustonvlHe, Ky., HRKddml a nice line of ilUOOF.HIKH to hlsMKAT MAHKKTandasksa portion of your patronage. "Fresh doodi nt tho lowest Trices;" Is hit inotlo. MY LINE OF Th Jttffrii PrlM SinaltrlHin, North IiAncntter Htrcet, THOUSEHS! Is Now Complete For The IO Csinls W COiVV Butlon. VWv5k'' W-O- Stanford, Kentucky. Throat. Kar, (lenlto-l'rlnarllectal gans, Nervout Hytteni and Hurgcry. For Treatment of I", .eases of the Kye, No.e, Or- f wrt RICI, "Haven't got a sick Every person in this city who is uf needing your attention?" "No, air; I ain't married." fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand-ru"What about your crop?" or any form of skin or scalp dis"Don't raise anything." ease, can find relief and be permanent"No fence to fix up?" ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi ZEMC "Haven't got a fence on the place." external use. All durgeists mothcr-ln-Iaw- The Truth "No, sir." , Nolle Poultry Ralstrt ! Stock of Merchandise SPRINGHfluSUNNER Hcttcr tlmn ever hnmlleil tho Price. line of Also tho most for Sale. cerlesnnd Hardware. Iolmt a cool busi ness, will Invoice about IMiiO. Reason III health. OKO. It. HOITKIl.Htanforil.Ky, I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro Now Is tho time of year to feed your fowls a good tonlo, ctiret Cholera, (lapet, lloup, canker mid I.lmberneck, when fill at a preventive It not only keeps I hem healthy of poultry. l'rlce fill cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist, (leo. U IVnny, try It under the guarantee, Askfor Ixioklet on itlseasei but makes them lay. before fur Uto-ilnt- , lelentlflc preprtlon foi external uie. Stopt llchlnc Insttntlj "Sure." and destroys the Berma that cause akin Tho Judge sat a while and meditated. diseases. Ecxema cjlekly yields and is Reaching over, ho whispered to tho It now ready to tervo his old friends nnd permanently cured by this rematkable Write for sammnny now ones. If ou have hopes Surgoon clerk, who shook his head In perplex- it muteto mnko to castrate save tho work medicine. All DfU6Bista. St. Louis, Ma or horse Rose Med. Co., for him and hato It done right. He Judge's curiosity got a speciality of castrating rldgellugt. makes ple. E.W. KENTUCKY. ity. Then tho STANFORD, l'onny's Drug Store. the better of him. In any tylo yon wish. Cull nnd let Itching Skin Diseases "You arc the only man who has got Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in us show yon what we have. tho time to serve your country as a Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid the Owsley Buildinp. 1 will stand my line mule Jack Peyton, juryman," ho said. "Would you mind lor external use. Zemo gives instant MurelHnd, Ky., nt Jltolmure nt my furm telling me how it happens?" relief and permanently cures any form n living colt.at registered replied af Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Also will stand a standard-breIniurts Tobacco and Tobacco "Sure not," the littlo man fine joung Jacks stallion nnd promptly, "I heard you was going to Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, Wilkes iH'rinlttiil tothree serson few mares free lie will to my regular customers where they breed try Jake Billings this term. He shot a lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. three mares or more. II. II. K I NO. dog o mine onct." G. L. PENNY'S DRUGSTORE. Nothing But PENNY'S DRUG STORE. "You think you can pare tho to serve on a jury two weeks?" timo A. S. PRICE, Dentist, T. F. GROSS, CrabOrchard, Kontucky. ZEMO, Eczema Is Curable Men's and Ladies' Oxfords t PEYTON. d tarns. Insurance. ROBINSOK SAMSTANFORD. KY. i- Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Min, STANFORD, KY. Ilesldence I'lione SUJ Office, KS. Insure with nic and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox Ii n handsome, largo young Jersey Hull, descended from n loui! nnd unbroken Una of the molt noted bulla nnd cow on the Is land of Jersey Kngland and America, lilt troi.nnnnr tlifi tiest bulls ever Imported given nnd hit dam li n show cow that hm you be- 5 pounds of rich milk In one day. If begets Like or tho Likeness of lieve "Mko some Ancestor" and hnve a strictly good cow. you should nvnll yourself of his service, lie will be allowed to serve a limited nnmhpr nf nnnrnsed. realstered cows out side of our own herd this year, for it fee of 15 each. Make engagement before sending oow to no tired. iir,ii' &uiir.u, Htanford. Ky, Telenhono mi. N. II. We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. For Sale. Good bnggy mare. H. G. Lutes, Stanford. Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. E. T. Beazley, Stanford. F. E. Brawner bought of W. 0. Walker a Jersey cow for $40. Bright & Fox, of Danville, sold to New York parties two pairs of extra good mules at $500. Harris, Fox & Robinson sold to Steam & Co., of New York, eight of d cattle at 5 to 5.05. Beau Naboth will make the season of 1009 at my barn. Bring me your bar rcn mares. I have successfully used the impregnator for two years. Felix White, Stanford, Ky. At the horse show at Lancaster Mon day the Lincoln county stallions attract cd much attention. W. O. . Walker's Carroll Preston, D. S. Carpenter's Dignity Dare, E. Smith Powell's At mont Dare, Dr. G. G. Perry's Don Varrick, A. T. Traylor & Sons' Stonewall Jackson, Jr , were well shown and had premiums been oirered they would have carried ofT the lion's share. car-loa1,165-poun- FARM FOR SALE I The farm of HO acres, of Rood Muo grass land, lying one mile North of McKinney .on tne niemoru pine, improvements nuu fenrtnff vonil: tilentv of water anil fruit. Also 123 acres of timbered land one mile Kastot McKinney; half under fence; plenty of water ana goou tooacco lanu.vMee grow ngcrop. J.A.aiVKNH, Agent, MoKlnney. Ky. SURVEYING AND CIVIL - NEEI.ING. ENt.1- - At McKinney, Ky., ney Trouble and all diseases arising from impure blood It has no eiunl. It is manu factured under the pure food act of June 30. lUsl, and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Hemedy Is tnkeit according to directions by Is nndlf he or shewe not benefitedyour tho use money. will refund of the Itemed)' We can do nothing more. Pinch package a registered guarancontains 9l do.es with tee ami n.MMriernrd with full lust Auctions. We send u to any address by mall on re ceipt or l per package or six pacxages lor W. Better order it box If taken In time you might savo n big doctor's bill, ltemember If you take tho Hemedy according to Instructions and nro not benefited, you get your dollar back. You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It duly authorized agents. It told only Agent. lit-oKfcUUKN-SVII.LIAM- You can find our Htnndard Ilemedy, the rentes t blood and llvermedlclne yet known, ? n case of IthcumatlsmHalt Itheuiu, Kid- Words To Freeze The Soul. "Your son has consumption. Ills house down to n fence jiost. Wo can terve you promptly and guarantee llr.t-c- l ss work and material. Call and t cur price, Howe's Great London Circus to be before you buy your material at least. Here. caso is hopeless." Theso appal ling words were spoken to Geo. E. Blercns, alesdingraerchantofSprlng- fleld, N. C , by two expert doctor- sone a lung specialist. Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr. King's Xetv Discovery. '"A Iter three weeks' use," writes Mr. Bleven's "he was at well as ever. I would not take all the money In tho world for what It did for my boy." Infallible for coughs and colds, Its tho safest, surest cureof des perate lung diseases on earth. 50c We are In position to do all kinds of con- andcl Guarantee satisfaction. Trial creting, such as lllock Work. Pavements nnd.'tu fact, we can mnke any thing from r bottle free Penny's Drug Store. CONCRETING I am prepared toilo nil kinds of surveying and clt II engineering Dromtitlr. Mr work will lw guaranteed and my prices are rea STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. sonable, write meat .McKinney or can me oer the telephone through the Hustonvlllo byThis lino black saddle stallion was slnil the great saddH breeding slalllon. Old bxenange. Htonewnll. This colt's dam wnsn Denmark WAI.TKK McKINNKY mare. He Is a nice colt. He has colts to protehls good breeding. Will stand nt Insure until weaning time. We hold a lieu on nil colts until paid for, llnrreu mares made to stand by thelmpregnnlor. We have perfect success In this breeding. lealer 111 mid Manufacturer of BILLY BRECKINRIDGE. Marblo and Crnnito Monu This line black Jack was sired by Major John H. Harris Imported jack. He will to Markers and I'ostt, Cemetery and hawn make the season of l'.U' nt my barn at pl get Vases mill Helices. Office and works. Mo Insure a colt until weaning time. His of nH isnowon my farm to suuw for Ills Kinney, Ky. good briedlng. He Is n sure foal getter. A HtlNM. I'leasnnt Hill . T THVYI.OU ! A Ilrcedlug harm, Htanford, It, K. Ii. .So. I In nil the time I havelieen In the tolmcco business erii years I hne never oiler eil nor knew any manufacturer lo oiler n lietter line of tolmceo, Imth Nntural Ieaf Vol.11. Twist lor smoking ami chewing ami rresseu Champion r galled saddle stallion of KenChewing Tobacco, than inowotfer. Orders Kentucky fairs your Jobber or direct by tucky Winning at nil the at llultabi N. Y., solicited through also mall. Descriptive price Hit promptly fur- - andIxmls at the horse showCity. Mo . and Knnsiis Mt. on appiiciuiou. nisucu Hired by Washington, No. 51. It. H. MARTIN, Junction City, Ky. First dam ltell, by Ithoderlck No, 101. Hecoiiddam by lieiiliiark. Itenieiiiber the old standby brand. "Friendship Twist." (Old Urodbeadi "Old Hvlsn brown hor 15. hand, high with Kentucky Homo" nnd "llluedra.s Ii. inter." fine style and very high action. It ! useless to .ay more alKiut him as the opl of this and the adjoining counties know his record as a show horse and alo for breeding He will make the stason of l.iv, at my Konletl Mav black with white nolnts stable In Urab Orchard, Ky., nt the reasonI.V hands. Hlnil by Wonder 3Mie by lllg able figure of 131. to Insure a Using colt. Tom, be by llelknan. 1st damUhenault Jen- Will kiep man's on grass at tl r month, net ,M7 bv liunorteil Juinlxi. but will not li responsible for accident or eca-o- f Will make the sensou of lor) at in y farm stock. Hen.on Is due If mare Is miles I r mil iiusionvineon tne inackpiKeai traded or patted with, or bred to other 121 for Jennets and 110 fur mares, to Insure. stock. I will alio stand several other Jacks at IK) J.C.IIAIt.KY. for mares. Also several stallions at $10 to CralMlrclianl, Ky. Insure, a living colt. Ornss furnished at l mares parleu Willi ler month. Jennets or mid makes season forfeits tho Insurance money due. J. K. n.VUrillMAN. Will make the season of Ksv nt our stable, IH miles Northwest of Htanford, Ky., at IIS to Insure n Using colt. Illack Joe Is by I'rcslon Vt, Kentucky's greatest saddle stallion, he by Washington 61 Illack Joe's 1st dam liuelln by Messenger Iieniiiark;Xddnm II. JJ In Koblnson by Robinson's ernionl HirTublelonlan, he it n very line Individual; hands, black with onewhltufootlstiindslV weight IJIKI pounds; S years old ; fine saddler nnd very showy In harness, nf ttnestytennd action. rce hi in Ivfore )ou liook your mares. Meason due If mare Is traded or parted with. All care will betakem to aMild accidents, but not responsible should iinyivcur. J. II. i:lw4HOXH,Ky. Htanford. "Black Joe" MILLINERY. sssMs..-s.H.a - The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Hustonville, Ky.. Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SE- Harry Jacobs, ments, lto Styles up to the minute. IVieci lieyoml cotiiK:titiiii. We also state that our Spring Lino U now complete. To kivu money, come and sco and lie convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoe for Iridic, Mic and Children and our lino of Gent's Shoe will certainly please. Italian and Walkover linti nro humiiiers and are strictly reliahle. Yours for an honest deal, Ciii'.i.i 'iii:i:i.i:n. WORD TO YOU TO OH I'IMKND.S AND PATKONrf: PRESTON 922. Several years ago we adopted tho Cath M'stom, whicli was very satisfactory and enaliletl us to give our trade oJoeer prices, hut wc gradually drifted liauk into the credit husinas.. We KT our mistake and, in order to got tho let Cah heart-Uy iriei and from our Johlwrs, wo will oommenco MAV CHOICEGOODS. .!(. 1ST on the CASH HASIS and trust our friends will join in this movement n.ul givo us n lihcral oliare of their CASH trade. I'lione your orders ami the hill will accompauy the goods. Wc thank you for your patronage. Hu.toinlllu.Ky GALTON 12910. Doaaaoca PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. 20, 1003.) FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN (The Times, Stroudsburg, Pa., Aug. TY FOR SALE" I A line hluii grass farm for sale situated on new ulte near 1'olut Ienwll and U miles south nf Idincaater. containing '.ID acres. well located in goou neiguixiriiood, living part of the John Walker tract, with a handsome new, two-storseven.rooiu residence J, L. Beazley & Co., Sfif fen tfLVtV fir . W -- Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give ThtmaCall. Prices Right. ers. Howe's Great London Shows visited this town yesterday. The steet parade was very pleasing as there were many open cages of lions and tigers that were worth looking at. The performances in tho afternoon and evening were the best ever seen here. The trained horses and bareback riding were first class in every role. The trapeze and bar performances and the funny set of clowns were the best that any show ever car ried. In fact, it is the cleanest, most refined and circus that has exhibited here in several years and should it ever return it will havouch a large crowd that it will be hard to get it under canvass. They are pleasant people to do business with. At Stan ford, Friday, May 7th. Up Before Tho Bar. N. II Hrown, an attornoy, of Pitts-HelVt writes: "Wo havo used Dr. King's New Life Pills for years and ilnd them such a good family medicine we mldn't be without them." For Chills, Constipation, Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders, 2."c at Penny's Drug Store. d, luereon, wnii an neeessiiryiiuibuiiiiitigsniui good, new burn Mt. Well watered, six ueer falling springs and creek runnlug through. TKltHl. '. cash In hand, balance one and two )ears from dav of sale, teurlng six per cent Interest until paid. I't rsons looking for Midi place please w rite or see n ,u. u alkkk, mauioru Safeguard the Future The safest, surest and most adequate guard for the future Is a policy In ! safe- The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life It Is conspicuous for economical muniine. meut.llljerallty of Its nollcv contracts, lulr dealing with Its meiuberiand large returns io Kjucy iiomers. Tim company It Just entering the of n successful business carver with more poller holders In Lincoln county than and sU others with trials Iroln ;:i to 2.1, those lire the only ones that were e er handled for speed. Al the sire of line dam with one lit tho J:Ji list. Hired hyOainlietta Wilkes !;linv the sin- - of n In the r..'tilll. IK In i.lilaml Ix'tter. cIhIiiuhI to Is' the greatest sire In the world. 1st dam lialsy Field grand dam of S w lib records of I rum 2.17 to I:!1,! by Kntleld S.W. son of Hitmbletunlnn pi. dam by Heeley's Aiiierlcan Htar. Kntleld t.fJ or ii In ;i. hlsdaiighlers lime nil In ... liaslieiter, mil dam (Julrkstep by Ken tucky l'rlnce. Jr , sire olJ (J. J.i;V Uni onade.iiiT', unci dams of IS In the i .11 ll.t 3rd dam by Old Joe, sire of the dam of J. IJ. :I'V,. (laiton carries the blood of four leudlug families. II ambletoiilan, Wilkes, Maiubrllio Chief and Hieiey's American Htar. (niton's colts have gone against and de feated the hst In harm ss classes mid roadster rings, they are In great demand, selling as high a. l.im niter maturity, senrllngs from (l.'O to Si, (Inllnii will stand at in v stable: miles Westnf llusliiusllle on pike at II.Mo Insure u lltlng colt Money due If mare Is trndi d alter being bred. I'lunty of grass nt I;.&M"'r mouth, smed expressly for mares, no ot her stock inlsed with mares, have grass lots nnd large stables for mares to foal. (Iralu bsl at cost. I'lione In residence, Huston vllleKxchaiige. W.M. IKHHi, IlustoiiWIle, Ky. i Heaion of IKrj. Hire of Calvin C, SilK',, AI llurns, :!' s 1A 14 KFFftntKTS H i Stanford, Kentucky. ZTSMaBBBF " iKeTsij VwE TJPjMIm r'FBTuflrfr""'asi 'ft'"'w'ft HbWCw jw XTiiaHarQMUllBflH aawHaSaiatBKrM2ialSSsllBBBBBI W Kw-.r-Js- yr SIXTY FOURTH YEAR "don varrick. lb. i 'evTf 77BkflsaaBaarBBBVBHaBBBBBBH JwWitBMasCTMMBaWWBWWstBIIWsstWt I ft It STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. all other companies combined. Write lor particulars, staling age and whether mar- nvu or single io II. M. NKWI.ANP.HpeclnlAgt. Myers House Kbits, Stanford, James I, White, Holleltor for Kockcustle Co. J. C. McClary, "Are you related to Barney O'Brien 7" Thos. O'Brien was once asked. "Very distantly," replied Thomas. "I was me mother's first child -- Barney wus th' sivinteenth." Everybody's Magazine. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY If you have backache and urinary troubles you should take Foley's Kidney Hemedy to strengthen and build up thekldneys so thoy will act properly as u serious kidney troublo may develop. New Stanford Drug Co. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident. Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Life.Live Stock, Health Undertaker- - Embalmor and Doalor in Harnoss, Saddlery, STANFORD, Of Phone, lT. Four persons lost thelrllvea and three others were seriously injured In a fire which uusiroyeu me uenirai Hotel at Topeka, Kansas. A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Hemedy. No opium, no chlo. rofpnn, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny 's Drug Store. - KY. Homejr'uone I. Illack Jack, with white points, henry body and bone, lias priiwu himself a No, I breeder. He Is by black Hatlu, 1st dam winners on the grand circuit last eur. Premium Jack' of Madison; his Hlltur Is liy Onward, ouoiif hu great- dam ly John Morgan, nut ol tijenuet bv Joe est and best sons of Oeorge Wilkes, lllackliiirn. Wlllstandnt my plaeent Highdam was tho dam of Director, the land at 15 lor horse mule nnd IT for mare sire of that greut family of trotters nnd pa- mule, l.len cers, Don Vnrrlck's 1st ilnui was by Wilkes son money, rvtulmd on colls to secure seaHoy, bv lleorge Wllkes.a full sister to The TOM I). WII.I.IAMH, Wag Sties, mid half sister lo Madeline Highland, Ky. l'atcheii, tiiedamof UubU'r.'illn. Winches-ter.r.ll- i. Hilly WP onjlSI. and Miss llt:M; 2nd dam Mary, by Hogg's drey Kag'e, the dam of The Wag Jil.'.Si. Madelluii 1'utelieu, theilam of Itubner 2ilu. Winchester :ll',, Hilly Wilton i:i. und Miss II. ;.'!. Dun Vnrrlck's duni produced Dr. Conner that pared u public half mile on the IslingMy Hack lit ton track ut pi month In l:u4 and told to lianut stallion. Ohester Jewel, of I KM lit lilgu, will mate me season N. W. Hubtnger, of New Haven, Conn., for my stable four miles West of I'rnb Orchard $Un. Hlieal.o pnxluce.1 Magglo Igo that nt mouth of OednrOreek.ut I3 to Insure II trotted u half mile on tho same trackut 10 living cult. months In I. II and sold for V'"., Hired by Ohester Dare, 1st dam by Hesoud Please note the rich Inheritance of tneed Thlsnmrii Is tiiedamof a on both sides not a musing link for gener- Jewel, UjUUO. tndilam bv llolinu.'maru thift sold fur ation.. Hreed to thlt fellow mid you cull't Drddani Anna lluford, by Montle, Ilreiinmi. 4th mitt the three things every breeder looks lleulu, by llo.ton, 6th dam by h'psllou, Uam for slie.spewt and looks. Beo him before dam by Old Denmark. Ithdum by Culyer.titb hooking your inures. Hcason money due Money due when colt Is foaled or maiti when mares are Darted with or bred to or uurted. Uarvt grued nt tIM another horse. Mares kept nt 10 cents per traded alt bills paid before remuval per mouth, of day and all care taken but will not lie re- maret; nol responsible, for accidents or vs. sponsible for accidents or utcaiiet. cape. im.O.d. I'KItHV. HtunforU, Ky. JOHN W.HOLMKH.Ornb Orchard, Ky d 's will make the season of IMWut HI v stable nt Htciiford. Ky.. i better knowunstlie Hr.Jlul. ley piaceiiit lis to insure n lit lug coil, chestiiut. lou Varrick Is lft-- a short back, heavy lone: In fart the hluhest d type of the trotter. He Is by the great that won the S.uil Trail- Hllivr syiinnia in u tvsvn mill race in inn and tim same year won thell0.i Homier Memorlul and the M, M III broken heats and sold for J1I.USI and later sold for la.im. Ikiii Varrick Is bred exactly like Hnaiilshtluceuthnt won the t.Vu)Truntylviinfit In IUn, making a record oll:l7und wasrlussed us one of the big four, being one of the greatest money This magnificently bred young stallion Hliellani ioiiy, Inches tall, ow nel by ll,ugli lb Id Foster, will make the teasoii nt 'HOIto Insureii living colt. He Is by an Imported Hiny that col fl,Dii n the Hhetiand Islands and Is regarded by horsemen as the best pony In Kentucky, debuting nil comers In the show ring In Hail. I. leu rotnlmd ouall colls until season It pM. Mares parted with or bred elsewhere forfeit! Insurance and money Incomes due. Will make the season at mv JOHN II. KOHTKIt.HtBiiford, Ky." farm. DOCK CRAY, .1 J. CURLEY. S. D. CARTER, New Liverv Dopot Stroet, Phone 00, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dotscy Golddust, 12052, Kull brother to Kstelle,"No. Hired by .llcudtOolddust, lliil, (by flold. IVV-- by dust Vermont Morgan mid on to Morgan. Justlu(bun The uf.llcndl floldduit was by nn l, CHESTER JEWEL. Tiiedamof Horsey (lulddust It Florence bv Ooldi'ii Mlugo Chief u sou of (lulls (Jomet Morguu and on to Justin morgan. Nurc This Is nu Intensely lubnsl Morgan Htnll on the IiIikhI now In ifeniand. A rich dappled hay, black iwlntt, 14 bunds high Uiulbt stallion of great beauty had action, With SPeeU Htld enduriilieii uml nnu.n.,ll.ul iisnpriH ucerof high class show, road ami hasteni horses. 'I he records of hit product! both In show and sale rings prove his and merit as a producer ol line road, value show und sale horses, The present season will w made at my burn , miles from Htanford, at lailo Insure a lltlng colt. Money due lieu colt comet or iiiaru parted with. Mares kept on grass at Km iier day, doo.1 care given but no resou-slblllt- y tor nccldentt or etcaivs, K.UKtt). Iliii.ArahliiiiHtalllon.llcadl. ., '