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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 4, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909050401_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): May 4, 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. - " TTjn' J VOL. HE Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MAY WEWS WQTKS. The wind of Thursday night blew down eight barns in Barren county. Kosciusko and Starke counties, lnd., voted "dry" In local option elections Saturday was tho Uth anniversary of tho memorable battle of Manila bny. A mob lynched three Negroes at Marshall, Tex. They killed n deputy sheriff. Tho C. & 0. has bought for $9,000 a lot at Mt. Sterling nnd will build a fine depot. Beach Hargls' motion for a new trial was overruled In Circuit Court at Irvine an sentence Was passed. Fred and Victor Jones, convicted of a killing at a baptizing in Calloway county, were refused a new trial at Murray. William E. Dodd, wife and son were struek by a train and killed while crossing the Monon track near Indianapolis. Eight lives were lost In a tenement house fire in New York. It Is believed that the flro was started by the Black Hand. Lewis Fisher and his seven daughters, all of Sharpsburg, weigh 1,602 pound' an average of a little over 200 pounds. Four men were killed by an explosion in tho glycerin packing house of tho Potts Powder Company at Reynolds, Pa. 0 Reports indicate that probably f damago from storm and Hoods has been caused in Central and Eastern Kentucky. Harrison Grey Fiske and David 100,-00o, 1 XXXfll. 4. 1909. COUNTIES. g, MO. 19. J ) 1 .. up 53 out of 00 young chickens. Ladles had a similar experience can M' feelln8 on di,cov- i 1.3a) llw and nell proportional every way. ering her loss A comblnod atalllon with plenty of pv", Thn IniafpM nfihacrrailed school here he style and action, and his colli show that sea-Is is splendid breeder, lie will make the purchased the Mlddleburg Normal Col ... Mil of J win of moat my barn, on mil WnyiiMlmrg on Pishing Urvek at flu to In- - lego of Prof, J, S. Lawhorn, who Will ,UM VraflSlVrte.t with or bn, Ms,- - give possession Juno 16. This is aplen- here without my consent forfeits tho in. property and is well worth the urance.ano mimonrr i wium.. .uvu ( traniactlou. (1ar will tM taken to prev.nl price paid. (5,000. accidents uui no inwii""tvi.iMi? Tho second Sunday in May will bo ob I'hoite In residence, Wayneilmrg served as "Mothcra' Day" at tho Hap-tiKxcbnnge. church, and Mrs. Laura Lee is pro O.O.CA!illWKM. HON. It. r.ll. No. . Wayneaburg, Ky paring a program that will prove interesting. The mothers of tho community are requested to bo present. Tho fiscal court has appropriated $200 I.ycara-old- , black ixilnt., M hnndi Ilwt bay tall, hUli and full liiiuln. Iiritry maun nnd well to bo expended on the piko from C. C. Souinxlie,.ilendldliackMiid nne neck. lino after years of theatrical warcoiiiUlnwl lilih altn hone, mnnntol .liouMcr.jaIn harne.t Compton'a to the Lincoln Sharp at ap- fare, have made an agreement with but I u him only has bred Eobnnka and Judgo fiorio I hate, harncn nnd a more perfect very fat with eitrome pointed S. G. Elliott to superintend the Klaw & Erlangcr. neteraiH'iiicaii tep high action all around and I think him to work. Tho outlay will put that piece In a terrific tornado which struck Iv ono of the U'.t alalllon. In the Hlnto to wnlktrot breed to. to get gotal order, then my Medina, Tcnn , four persons lost their bring you ofrond in passable and bu.lnc.t bore that will lives and several others were fatally friend Williams will bo happy. fancy price.. He ha. .ouie yearling ami It. S. Vansant, republican candidate injured. The property loss Is heavy. colt, that I Invite breeder! to ee. Lincoln ruiulrrel alred by for Commonwealth's attorney, wts hero I'KtiiUKKK. A monument to the memory of Sam Marlon rViulrrel, Kagfe.TI. W lllack H.ulrrel, V. h lie be king W Saturday shaking hands with friends. Davis, the Confederate scout who was hehy Hlurk li'. Marlon Hiulrrcl'nr.tdniii by lireen ill. T. J. hanged during the war by tho Union Mountain, tnddani by Huahe.'KdwIn tfof Mrs. Helen Carter is quite lira dam. Knle Ualdock, of Missouri, was hero with soldiers, was unveiled at Nashville. Lincoln Hnulrn-I'full Me.Mnger by Meaaenger Dr. G. K. Uoyajian, an Armenian, brother to Maud Meimr, recxird, tils. his father, Itobert Ualdock. Mrs. Ella by Jnd rtam Maria lepuwMdy Mnmbrlno Thorn, J.tl.anl Cowan is making her homo with her shot and fatally wounded his nephew, a full brother to MATRIMONIAL. dnm Mollle ttrow by Melln'a Yorkllilre, father, V. T, Coulter, since tho death II. Gastanian, while the latter was grand .Ire I. tho .Ire of lllack ewiulrn-r- . ai reigned in police court at Detroit. aaddle horwa than of her husband. more, noied hlgh-clII. F. Hamner and Miss Maggie M. nny oilier horw In Urn aorld. .uchaa High- Leonard Webb, assistant city weigher Roberts were married on the 20th C. F Montgomery was hero Saturlaiul lienniarK.i nrmer imre, itm nml mauvolrean. Will make the eam of day with a representative of the Chamof Cincinnati, was murdered in his ofCapt. Edward Young, of Madison-ville- , I'AUat my livery Imru In HUnrord at iijhiiu In.uraallrlugcolt Mon due when colt pion Hrldgc Co . of Wilmington, Ohio, ficii. An eye witness says that a drunkand Miss Sadie McGinnls were ) fouled or mare parted with. measuring tho river for a bridge at the en man assaulted Webb without cause. married at the bride's home in DanOne fireman was killed nnd eight ville. Elliott ford. Tho prospects for bridg seriously injured in a fire which just George W. Kilburn, aged CO, and horu,lyearold.lthniii1.1ilgh, ing our streams are quite flatteringMon- others lied iorrrl destroyed ono of tho Illinois Central's Miss Mary W. Jenkins, 33, were marnow. The fucal court will meet cilra elghland lioiie. Hired by famou. rond.ter hiul .Ire, lti Chicago. The ried hero Saturday. Both nro from leaf, who li too wall known to all honemeu day to consider the bridgo question, big train elevators at to need description and pedlgre.-- . he hy.0. when everybody should be present and loss is estimated at $1,000,000. Wise county, Va. by Wllke.. dam K. t)ly UK, Four local option elections wero held l.lght'al.ttiamwn. Iay Maid br Oerlllitu whoop It up, Announcement is made of the en lu. inn nf I he ureat (iallllx'ltit Wllke.l 3ixl Friday in Indiana in Marion, Jeffer- casement of Miss Sophia Wilhnit. of Noonday ditiu Nellbyold41 llaliora;antdam by ti dam Mhlnlglit I'llot. by Ht. Klinoj Won't Sllffht A Good Friend. son, Washington and Tippecanoe coun Versailles, to Victor A. Bradley, the Jr.. th dam Twilight by Islington, th while Georgetown attorney. Imi.1 llrkllea. br Wutfner. "If evor I neod a couch medicine ties. Tippecanoe voted proinl.lng lnonerlngtheu'rice oftliliuiylug I tint again I know what to get," dilsre the other three counties voted "dry," Mrs. J. T. Williams announces the In joungalalllonwefeel .nfe peed and action Mrs. A L.. Allor of Heais, Mo., "for, Col. Bennett II. Young, of Louis engagement of her daughter, with tlalie,t)le, form, Dora a great .lock la that he Will lound to proe livery twrn In after using ten bottles of Dr. King's ville, delivered tho chief address at the aland at my Dec, to Mr. Guy Burnett, of Chicago. horse. a living colt, mon- Now Discovery, and seeing Its excel- dedication of tho new Woodford county Mlanfordat IIS t" Insure Tho wedding will be in the early part ey due when Colt la foaled or inaro nrted hltu liefore brvwtlng lent results In my own family and oth- - Y. M. C. A. building at Versailles. of June. London Sentinel. with. II sure to your god mares. Tho building was erected at a cost of (1.(1. UKAZI.KY.Htnufor.1. Ky, ttis, am convinced it is mo ocsiraeui-olnMore than 100 lives are reported lost made for Coughs, Colds nnd lung $11,000. Tho old Kennedy homestead in Cov- in the great storm which swept over trouble " Every ono who tries it feels that way. Itolief Is folt at once ington, tho oldest house in that city, is the country Thursday night and Friday, 3I. you. tor to bo torn down It was in this house the Southern States being the heaviest 'ourrcurs nnd Us quick curt) surprise naruieTiniAHUUuKs:iii.u. Hemorrhage, that Mrs. Harriot Bcecher Stowo wrote sufferers both in number of killed and of with ! oVI.liJ hands, n bright notion. Hlrel by Uronchltls, Asthma, bone, otinformatloii and Throat, pain thu opening chapter of "Undo Tom's injured and in the amount of property Ilex ISwvlne ITshJ, h by IUn MvDouuld K.U. Croup, LaOrlppe, Soro bv Olieater In Tennessee alone, 3G perdestroyed. First dam Mlaa Mndlaon client or lungs It U supremo COonnd Cabin." by IValn8.t. Thinl In )ar W. Heconddum A new Federal grand jury has been sons wero killed. 81. Trial botilofrco. Gi'arnntecd by dam by Htonownll Jackson TX. No ik. This Imrwi needs no Introduction Penny's Drug Store. called to meet at Tulsa, Okla , to tnko A Card to tha peoplit of this county He hn been nml lielorethnpubllo lncn toall. autllM It to .Tho Frankfort News makes this no- up tho land fraud cases which wero reThis U to certify that all druggists his show rrcoid Is known cently thrown out of court on a techniKenluckv Inst say, lie wo. show n nil smseubyf. T. HundlJge and met defeat tice of Mr. W. 1'. Walton's ealo of tho cality. An effort will bo made to indict nro authorised to refund your monoy HvKvntaround nohorae, Kentucky State Journal: " Col. only a few limes. If Foley's Honey nnd Tar falls to cure Koekuaalnst all lilies .hn.nl nvnrv rings nml was neverImveeif Walton is a unique figuroin journalism, Gov. Haskell and others. lurther 5 our cough or cold It stops the cough, stake saddle, A J. Dewcsso and R. M. Andrews, horse tin Iwcklbon second, Hrlaalii VIOU IlllltQ a being of tho old school. Ho is a fenr .1.., .iiHittu. ru liurnea. lie llAH soft drink men of New Decatur, Ala., heals tho lungs and prevents pneuiniuilwrof roudstar rings, llu defeated all less editor, saying what ho thinks with were fined $100 each and given six monia and consumption. Contains no atfesut Mcholastlllu In big roadster ring v.. ii .Art frnut lita hrMlnc ho he. twocro.S' out rt'L'urd to how it may aifect him or months on the chain gang for violating opiates. Tho genuine is In a yellow IVntliiK. twoof eaof lllarkHiulrril,taoof are lnoklng lor his finances. IIo is an able writer, the State prohibition law. Theso ore package New Stanford Drug Co. Htonewnll Jaeksou. If you It Is, fashionable amldl borsu blood, hern brvvd forceful and strong, of tho kind that the first convictions under this law. Hee, him aod seo hliudonudyouwlll With her throat cut by a razor which makes warm partisans and bitter enetolilm. The American Sugar Refining Com was found near by, tho dead body of number of mures nl mies, but after allit is only the strong Will servenlluill pany, or Now Jersey, umj me new to Insure n lit Ing coll, Nowottny Miller, a wealthy man who can do this. Tho weak man York corporation of tho samo name Mrs. Etta age, prominent soALL PEAVINE, nor enemies. Wo paid into tho Treasury of the United widow, 50 years of has neither friends suffragette, cially nnd a Hublectto Uealsler. nro sorry that he will not have the Status. $S9G,000, completing a payment was found in her apartments at NorTU1 horso Is throo years old, n red sorrnUi us pleasure of reading Col. Wulton'n edi- aggregating over $2,131,000 good shaiilunoMnd us good kbIIikI ohm in settleof Cincinnati. ,... win nml mivuhere. lie Is l&.l hands torials. They Wero always wortTi lead- ment of all civil claims arising out of wood, a suburb high, as show u all oer llm Htata lust year ing and inlcresring." and was only defeateil twice by Tho cleverest Imitation of real Cofthu fraudulent weighing of BUgar in old stallions oiiru under saddleand oiicm In fee over yet mado U Dr. Shoop's laitli tlinos uy ins nai; hnrntM. Imfeuled see Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimu- Brooklyn and Jersey City. ho hasn't a bud record Ho you brothers. Hoalth Coffee. It Is tlno In tlavor us it shot horse. He Is all hla miiiio Implies. late tho Hoart or Kldnoys. Thut Is Iwlug aired by Itox IVavliwITKl. laldaiii by Lived 152 Years. and U mado In just ono minute. No wrong. It is tho weak nerves that arc hy Wurr it lliirrl.' IVavlne :nd ilnm tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado Win, Purr Englnnd's oldest man by John Nojely. If ou nro i.u.i.irt r.. i.ukvlni, IiIimmI here It Is Will crying out for help. Vitalize theso to serve limited number of weak Insido controlling nerves with married the third time at ISO, worked from puro parched grains, malt, nuts, 1j iMriultUHltuliiailraa ll lllir COlt. ....(.. ..I tjll -- " r, In tho fields till 132 and lived 20 yours eto. Sample free. Penny's Drug Storo. tvic At same time and place will aland con Dr. Shoop's Uestoratlvo, and seo how a .,u.i mill, instant tsiointurtiniiwuK they nulckly good health will corao to you longer. Peoplo should bn youthful at An attempt of a group of Socialists These laek. need no advertising, as uiwi Wright, of SpurlocK, Ky., haWmdeeveral aeosoiisnt this ixirn . UIIIia 'Pest Jt atul gt.0I Sold by 4eu- - 80. James to hold a parade carrying red flags re.. every one snows meir vmn. j shows bow to remain young. "I del onalllhaubotaudtvrtlswlstockwbeniiiuro I ny's Drugstore. sulted in a small riot in Detriot. Two boy,".ho writes just llko a is sold, trotted or bred Ui other stock. Dun policemen attacked the Socialin all is when colt Is fouled. Delavan Smith and Charlea U. Wit "after taking six bottles of Electric hundred Indianapolis Bitters. For 30 years Kid noy trouble ists, toro down tholr flags and arrested Hams, proprietors of tho l-- "i KA several of them. The police destroyed ---' 1a UmJ News, were formally arrested made Ufa a burden, but the tlrst bottlo They ware released on f5,00O of this wonderful medlclno convinced all the banners. phi. .L.ninuUudark'ixv. t leurs old. is surety, each trivlar It for the other. me I had found the greatest euro on In the House tho Philippine tariff bill They aro charged with criminal libel in earth." They'ro a godsend to weak, probably will be reported on Thursday !:"vTy ....... I. a lu 7. ...Ill wiucfvu mwwm uull liratll Jallal me tk ananw " urettu wh jjuluI In euuntv.. "" sickly rundown or old people. Try but It will not be immediately taken up , iuvvcr. .1, a, us ou au HtrUlllKVUUkJ ri.Lut..a,aua.lretl llV lleCHIMI Ulllt'I. Itt 60o at Penny's Drug Storo for consideration. No other business If you want to feel well, look vroU thorn. or Ullfa Vermont! dam hy UlltuiuiiJiidilam will be attempted during tho week. 8rd iLm by Ifcty llok; tin duin by linhl and bo wull, take Foley's Kldnoy a a Porter Smith, who was graduated M)fll! In offering lha ssOrvlCfM of tllll X .. A Itinnaimt lin Irlilnnva nnr) from Darmouth College last year, shot Kentucky Baptists are happy in hav" young stallion, I feel that to Improte our .took. He has li vtnllng.sUe. bladder. ntirlQos the blood and re- - and fatally wounded Miss Helen Ayer Ing given $20,000 more this year than !"",...l'rj.l".!li".,'0". "i"",1 JV-storoa health and strength. Pleasant Harden, a senior In Smith College, last year to mission-- . The increase in brood nmri. bMbim bjforjou brecniund to tako and contain no bannfularus. Northampton, Mass., and then, turning church membership and baptisms is .... ..sit a...r..l .i I. lata """-- - mtktlitll why not comment Now tho revolver on himself, committed correspondingly greater, ffATsVl.TStSrs". suicide. aa m when btantord urug Co to insure ItvlHgeolt. bVirvleohwdu Pain of women, head pains, or any 1'reyeBtlcs-tho- so Candy Cold Care SZXSESr The ant c.n draw 20 tlmea Ua OWD safely and quickly check, pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with At iwu tttue aa 4 T&wXK'Ttw'Su plaster. Tablets will See Porter tcki, Jl all colds and tho Grip. Try them once Dr. Shoop'e Pink Pain Tablets. Pen-ny'a t now Bowmaeiess a Sold by Pennya Drug full formula on 36c Ilox. Sold by and seel French omuim. Ceek Clothbs Drug Store. due Store. MIDDLEBURG. Moso L. Moore caught an season at my fitrnt whuti cat fish a will nik th W (south fw mile below here. Mono of Htanfnnl on the I lire. K mile HnmerssHpUeiiaSto to Insure lUlnij coll. pits on his btto and never has "fisher This young lack's coin won worn in premiums In WW and Iw than any Jack In man's luck." nrstrolts hnve never The Isdicfl of the Christian church at the county. Tils Mn IsMsian in wieir Class ns voiia nno rrr Unci and look llk winners for liu. Thar VntnmUn mill trtvn nn tern cream sunner were shown at all local fnlrslolh years ami ? nt .exlngtoii nml Kentucky Hlntn Kalr In at tho Rogers hotel next Saturday night IKK. III. IWrtcnlt was lit wlnnrra at Ken tucky Htatn Kalr ami nt several locnl fnlr. for tho benefit of tho church. Home of his Itur, IK nnd ICO coll. nro on J. C. Foglo Is not offering any reward my farm loshowfortheinseltas. J.lt.llAUOIIMAN. for the pair of trousera stolen from him l'liono 14, Htniifonl, ky. some dy ago, but would bo greatly obliged If tho thief would return them before next wash day. I 1(4 IV I ftlinasvn tuafl titAatWi fn ft H rrnlaaitK-rilrcnyH. T. narru' King ' it., No. sr.'m, h hy warrant charging him with shooting Kui. vol. .a.h. ii. and wounding Mrs. Morgan's dog. Ills Monie Mounu wi. na or inn muni nit-- trial is set for Saturday, wnen a Dig X.H.KInil Cabull Islington, Kasjle Wrd Kale,lat crowd is expected at Yoscmltc, inn.hu hv dam HipMTv. ih hy M.t l f ll.M ,lA.1 MtlWlIt 111 . Okl Kin Kailfi Tf. Slid (In A greedy old sow broko Into Mrs. hy Morris Denmark e. ho by Miller ilnm liinrk<hdnm by Jim 1111, Thoroughbred. TJzZ0 Wells' chicken coop. nnd gobbled ,. wnw SAMPSON to IIT NEIGHBORING ..',.. Tho wlfo of Rev. Howard Kingsbury, pastor of tho Christian church at died suddenly. Robert Barren has been appointed postmaster at Coin and Miss Helen Lewis at Sloans Valley. Both offices aro In Pulaski. Jcsso H, Wells, reprotenting Georgetown College, won In the Stato inter- An Ideal Walking Oxford. Welled oott, Extension Ei King Eagle, Jr., i&K.Kte KIIIK r.HKlff, , VC11 th-n- Jr.., Irmion,hehyuid lirennon.imldami'oDIS WWII imuv- a,r,f:r.L:ur?ird.,gR!':i,.x: 1 5glSffi$ffSi?SFS$SiV " w"' jj .- Kar-in- lt Lincoln Squirrel. Mil-for- d hlgh-cla.- i, rt; lln-ei- collegiate oratorical contest at Georgetown Friday night. Alex Jennings shot himself at the church at Little Hickman and died a few hours later. A lovo affair is Bald to have been Iho cause. Dr. J, G. Speer, of Anderson county, who was born on the samo day and In tho samo year as Abraham Lincoln, is dead. Ho passed his lOOdth birthday In February. W. A. Walthall, onco the wealthiest citizen of Cumberland county, owning in fee simple spmo 3.000 acres of the richest land in Cumberland county, died In the poorhouse near Burkcsvillc. Samuel Tomlinson died at the home of his father, J. L. Tomlinson, of heart failure. Ho was n single man and resided with his father's family. He had been In business in Somerset for many years and was well known and liked here. Somerset Journal. When local option went Into effect it was freely predicted by many that First Street would become a howling wilderness, and as a commercial thoroughfare would bo lost forever beyond redemption. Property there it was stated would drop to tho valuo of Conand be a white federate green-back- s elephant to the unfortunate holders. In another column we publish an item showing the sale, of three of the business houses on that street for an aggregate of $12,500. This effectually refutes beyond argument any statement to tho fffect that prohibition has injur ed real estate on our broad initial bou levard for so many years devoted to saloons Richmond Register. VERY SWELL. I.isct el tWs Stl Shoe. 5 OXFORDS r Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for Wen, Women and Children. Htar-ligh- t, U-i- hi"" Cummins & Wearen, Si I Red Light. lt lll STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Itl "et, aSSBBBJBBBSW - laaf aaTaaalaaaar m 7uaBSaBaT PsBBS MBBaSaaBBBCMBaSJBlAM&3-r- T & LaaaaKsT se BvaSJBjaT 4 Li mSBIKBfBilUKSIKt'l lffP o Chester PeaVine ly jut SaalsBaa i. SsfBl&L r .Villi ., mf NiP!5lisHI jl?4.1?ijmr3HHVi lo-year.- or tMHIMMBBH8i LLLLilu w9w$&9B hhhhhhhhhhhi i welt-know- n to-year- a Oromwull "a, hy Wuslilngton Utjiintark ill l'enpx, slrtd by hnocb lstdnm IlubyIjidv st lVnco by Alinont (tMI, 8rd ilnm by tlurrurd Chief. Carroll l'rcston, tieiiutlful dMpplliiycoin-hliif- d atnlllon I- S- lull, foaled May , WW. HOlutilng 1,h'J pounds, full inude from end to nml. llo Is inmlo without u fault und Is siidUlostnlltuns one of ttiDllnait Ho hn that Kentucky bnaewr produced. nnv comno weuk points una Is nlile to uoln pany. This colt Is worth coming miles to Uv Prii CARROLL Pflfesrov. see, nnd Is subject to Inspection at nny time. for Ills sire wis tho champion show horse unveurs, nnd his Unm lluli) l'encewiisthe beaten show mare for ears In Kentucky. We class thlacoltuaoneof Kentucky '.beat stallions. Will let lilm 're iv few npproed inarvs nt ti to Insure n living colt. Mures pastured nt tl.U) rwr month, but not rcsponslli suouiu nccuieui occur. W. O. WA1.KKK. Hlnnford, Ky. """"' Dainty AnHle Strap Pumps. ti r,-.,.- i a n QO iV a. . Every Young Lady who delights in Gool, Comfortable 4 fcei;r.1t!Srhr.VX' a ..! uai U.. FOOTWEAR Should take a look at these daintily constructed Ankle Strap Pumps. They are ali Patent and really make'the feet look smaller because of the short vamp. We also have many other sty les of ladies' Oxfords. K. at to-da- " ' "'"'"' I ,., rir. .,.. weteht-andioctnami- c. H.B.kOUPllCR,lalBBey1lty. I Fr. W. E. Pel-kin- s, Crab Orchard. The Interior Journal. CC WALTON Senator Rayner, ef M CHARlESA.HaR JIN. il Mtrtfreonnlr.il n crn1ldt for Com monwelth-- i Attorney of thin, the llth lu dleurdutrlct.iubjcctto tUe action of tli democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR.. It a candidate for circuit Jvdgfl of thli. the to lav actlou of tlie utth )ltric t, .Democratic party. im-jc- M. C. SAUFLEY of the Democratic party. lath It a camlldnt for circuit Judgn or this, the juillclaldlitrlct.tubjrct to ttie action Devto- on Um tariff biHw the tn that free trade waa Impewlbl and advocating incidental protection he denounced the Aldrich bill, one of his strongest points being the protection afforded to the great trusts. A Richmond dispatch says: While he has never said anythlng'on the subject, even to his closest friends, so far as can be ascertained, It Is an open secret here that a great many leading democrats throushout Kentucky are ex tremely anxious that Hon. James U. McCreary announco himself as a candidate for governor, subject tojtho action 8Mt. arytat), ifekt Wait For Tho Bis Show. Howe's Great London Shows Mrs I SHIRTS. NECK TIES. Four-in-Hau- ATf STANFORD Mr. W. P. Walton . has sold tho Kentucky State Journal. Frankfort, ( his managinfc editor, Mr. James L. Newman, an experienced newspaper man and an excellent gentleman. The services of J. C. W. Beckham have been secured to do the editorial work, which is a guarantee that the paper will bo well edited and democrat is at all times. Mr. Walton came into possession of the paper four years ago, state, when it was in a badly and after improving it mechanically and editorially, got it on a paying basis and besides giving his patrons an excellent paper seven days in tho week, ho hi a made money on the enterprise. He is undecided as to future business but will continue to live in Lexington. He has been in editorial harness for nearly 35 years and is deserving of a long rest, which his friends hope he will take. His valedictory and Gov. Beckham's salutatory make interesting reading ing matter, which we would produce but for tho lack of space. We shall continue to look for the daily visits of the Journal as in tho past, believing that Editor Beckham will make the editorial page a feature as It has been since Mr. Walton took charge. Ex-Gorun-dow- n of the democratic party. FRIDAY, MAY 7TH. FURNISHINGS Many Entirely New and Exclusive Features. Candidates Owsley and Saufley DeThe Show this year is Bigger nml Better and in n Moro Commanding pofine at Lancaster their Positions sition than cvr.r before to maintain their unrivaled standing and rank, and on County Unit and Blind to nraazGJind delight tbeir thousands of patrons. Tiger Bills. Card from Judge Owsley. To tho voters of the 13th Judicial District. A Few of tho Many Features Yoti Will Sec: I find that, In a personal canvasa of Flowing end, Tux White and colored pleated Worn; tho district, the people demand to know attached; negligee wit bwom, cdo Tiff, String Tie, Winsora and cuff of my position on the County Unit and llowi. All the new .hades 25c, 60c blind tiger bills proposed by local opcull nttichcd in white and colon tion friends in tho last legislature. and 81. SI nml $1.60. They want to know how all candidates for office stand on this question. I have always been in favor of and voted for Marion Sheridan and Her Troupe of Performing" Lions. Prof. Buckley's Herd of Performing Ele- -- local option, and am unqualifiedly in . SOCKS. BELTS of the House, in an interview said that President Taf t could not sign the Aldrlch-Payn- e bill and keep faith with the people who elected him. Mr. Clark said that Mr. Taft in his speeches promised tariff revision downward and that it was now evident that the new bill would not on an average reduce the Dingley rates. Ciuur Ceark, the Democratic favor cf the enactment, by the next legislature, of both of tho above named bills for the suppression of tho whisky traffic. I so declared myself at Lancaster last Monday in joint debate with my opponent, Judge M. C. Saufley, and called upon him to publicly atato his position on these questions which so deeply concern and arc of such vital and importance to tho welfare of the DeoDle of this district. In an swer to my demand for a public declaration from him upon these questions he declared that he had voted against local option In the recent local option election in Lincolnlcounty and is opposed to it now. He also declared that both the purchaser and the seller of liquor, Illegally sold and bought, ought each to be punished by fine, which would multiply bevond measure the number of blind tigers, and increase by a thousand fold, tho whisky traffic in tho district. This emanates from and is just what the remnant of the whisky people in Ken tucky wish incorporated in all local op By putting a penalty tion legislation. on the buyer as well as the seller of liquor, it makes each of them Incom- phants, Including Dutchess, the gest Elephant in the world. Kosedalc, the bcautifut 810,000 LarMack, tan, grey and green In me Illack, Tnn, Grey and Green, in dium and very narrow widths 25c, 25c in cotton; 50c iu 50c, 81 and 81.50 each. gauze weights. lisle; 81.50 iu black and tan filk. How. HOSE. Ladies' black and tnn. s MISCELLANEOUS Arm baud;, 5, 10 and 25c. Gar-fcr- s 10, 25 nud 50c. Suspender 25, Cotton '25 cent; lisle 50c; black and tan filk 50c and 81. Stick pins 50c, II and e pearl cuff buttons, black and 81.50. 81, 81.50 and 82. .Mi.-cand 50c. tan, 15 nud 25c, 25 One-pric- If Gov. Beckham can write editorials with the ease and grace with which he wroto State papers, Mr. Wafterson will have to look to his laurels. The work of no other governor showed as great literary ability as his. We heartily welcome him to tho ranks of the fourth estate, confident that he will step at once into tho lead. H. J. McROBBRTS, the Largest); ' cause neither the seller nor the buyer can be made before the courts to give any information in regard to the illegal salo and purchase because of the old, A FEW months ago President Taft well known principle of law which for said that the interests of the American bids the courts from requiring any one consumers would be taken into consid- to give testimony or information which eration In revising the tariff. Howev- would incriminate himself. It my bo er, in this instance the president pro- seen at a glance, that blind tigers which poses and Congress disposes. The con- have only the seller and the buyer sumer has been lost sight of in the ef- present at the sale, would be able to fort to tako caro of the "interests." carry on'tho liquor traffic without the We have been trjing to study out slightest fear of danger of being pun' also would multi whether in cutting down Abdul Ham-Id'- s ished. ply and become popular, and every supply of wive from 4,000 to 11, cross-roawould the Turks intended to be kind or cruel community and every I shall looks, however, to a man who is be cursed with their presence It pretty well satisfied with one wife that not be able for lack of time, to meet the old fellow ought to have no kick every voter in the district, and I take this method of defining my position on coming. these vitairquestions, and also stating With the close of April 5S5 saloon: my opponent's position as declared by and 10 breweries, located in 19 counties him in his speech at Lancaster. 1 re ! of Michigan closed their careers, we cognize the right of the people of this hope, like grandfather's clock, never district to know my position on these to go again. The march of prohibition questions, inasmuch' as I am asking is steady and certain. Thirty of the 83 them to elevate me to the important offl:e of Circuit Judge. counties of Michigan are now "dry." J. S. Owsley, Jit. BOSTONIANS are talking about a great exposition in 1920, to celebrate the CHURCH MATTERS. landing of the Pilgrims. It will be a Rtsv. Thomas Dixon, Sr., one of the wonderful success if all the descendants Baptist peachers in North He is of those who came over in the Mayflowf feet, 10 inches iu Height and Weighs 150 jwunds, has tremendous er should put in an appearance, sug- Carolina, is dead, aged 90. "Public Men and Morals" will bo the strength, marvelous agility, nud his powerful arms are a wonder to. behold. gests a contemporary. subject of Rev. D. M. Walker's sermon Judcb Booe, the thieving auditor's at the Christian church next Sunday A truly wonderful disylay of traiucd nuimnls, clerk, goes up for 13 years. This is night. It will be the beginning of a practically a life sentence and ought to series of sermons on Good Citizenship. Rev. T. W. Barker preached a good deter venal State employes from taking sermon at tho Methodist church Sunthat which is not their own. day morning from the subject, "CourtTub street railways of New York kill- ship and marriage." He showed the ed 441 persons and injured 56,481 last evil and hurtful results of children year. The revolution in Turkey was ac- marrying and admonished the young complished with fewer casualties. people of his congregation to wait until they become men and women before POLITICAL. they think of joining wedlock's holy The general debate on the tariff in bonds. the Senate is expected to continue during tho present week. Kills To Stop The Fiend. Senator Cummins, of Iowa, will make The worst foe for 12 years of John the leading speech in opposition to the Deyo, of Gladwin, Mich., was a runIron and steel schedules of the Aldrich ning ulcer. He paid doctors over bill. H0O.00 without benefit. Then Buck-len'- g Carter H. Harrison has announced Arnica Salve killed thoulcer'and Ills intention of returning to Chicago cured him. Cures Fever-SoroBolls, from California and making the race Felons, Eczema. Salt Rheum. Infalfor Mayor again. lible for Piles, Burns, Scalds, CutB, The joint resolution to disfranchise Corns. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. The flower and pick.of Feature Performers from nil Nutious, in a Pro Negro voters was adopted by tho FlorA broken pitcher was offered us tes gram extant, sturtling struggles and ida Senate by a vote of 20 to 10. It now ludicrous revelries, carrying tho pec timony that Ephralm Jackson, tho col-- , goes to tho House. In tho Fifteenth judicial district ored prisoner, had whacked his wife on , tutors by storm uud wildly applauded by nil. j Judge J. V. Cammack, of Owen coun- the head. "The testimony doesn't hold water,". Bring the Little Ones to Sec Baby Elephants, Baby Camels, won tho democratic nomination for ty, judge, and E. E. Winn, of Gallatin, for said the learned judge. Baby Lions and Baby Monkeys. . m Commonwealth's attorney. If you deslreactdurcoinploxIonlaKe States Senators are studying United Boot-legge- rs d petent to testify against the other, be- VHft STANFORD. KENTUCKY. E2S33eSgSSSS33e33l I CD PURE OLIVE OIL. R1 SB Direct importation from France. - The 8$ gp S2 j very best tor eating and medicinal pur- poses. rV HEIGHT Im 52 FTs?r 156 mm America. 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $ 1 .00 Quart. Jake, the Largest irm in Gorilla Ever Exhibited iKsK PENNY'S DRUG Blanford, Kentucky. STORE, f bsst-know- n 400 People. 250 Horses and Ponies. 20 Fun ny Clowns. Prof. Wheeler's Military Band. Are You Going To Build ? While wo arc-- hero to liuild tho Lincolu county court house and, should tho building fever etrrko you, why not have a little talk with us! Wo aro n a better jKifition to build you a uico Brick Dwelling or being ablo to buy a building up lor c.,. (.11 n price. Nothiug too largo or too uKiniicc win uoi stop us lrom figuring with you, matter sot where you live Wo invito any nroicctiva builder to give us . ... A Neat Business House materials cheaper and theroh.m ... ;.. ..iii, considerable lower ' a trial. Wo that we might crcet. frco of charge. j.M...w,jr ij.cciucaiious tor such building FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. s, The American Fence, The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension Curve, Which has placed it iu tho market second to none. It is bull itraiiir. nlir tight, well gttlvauizcd nud of the best Hnnomer steel wire. Call and kk it. Some interesting prices for next 30 days. See tho Poultry Fence we have. m " ilouso Foley's Orlno Laxative for uonstlpa-tto- n maximum and minimum provision of and liver trouble as It will stimuthe tarilf bill and are astonished at Its late these organs and thorougly proposals. As President Tuft has given the substitute his indorsement, it Is cleanse your system, which U what conceded generally that it will be everyone needs in the Spring In order adopted. to feel well. New Stanford Drug Co, Aldrlch'a subltitute for the An Endlesu Program of Startling'KveuU, See the Great Free Spectacular Street Parade Starting from tho Show Grounds at 10 a, m. Two Performaucea Daily Aiternoou at, 2 o'clock ami Night at 8 o'clock. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. inyyiyiw'-wi.- r Window Shades. ' Felt Shailes at Water lOo. 0 feet to 8 feet long. color shade nt 20c to 3fic. Carpets, Matting's, Curtain Materials. 3 Drugets. Wo now have in our carpet room for your inspection a ejilcnilid lino df CnrneU, Mattings and Druggctc. Host values in Mattings you ever saw at 12Jc to 33c. Kxtrn special vnluo in 9x12 Uruwells Druggets nt $10, worth $12. Curtain Swisses at 10c to 25c. Curtain Nets at 15c to 25c. Laco Curtains 45c to $8.50 per pair. White Curtain Poles at 10c, the 15c kind. Oak Poles at" 10c. Best oil slimles 40c to 00c. Duplex Whito and Green 0 feet to 7 feet. Kxtrn width ait i l'des 11.00 nnd $1.25. Extra long Poles lor I'ortiorrcs. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. m & SON. STANFORD KY. CrOWn , Misses Kate Newland and Frances A pew more steel roller, ball bearing Cooper will play a brilliant piano duet skates for sale. Cheap. This offlcc. at the recital. l. Typewriting dono at reasonable tho best Preserve Stantohd, Kt., - Mat 4, 1900 rates. Miss Mollle Goldstein, Stanford.' roof paint onyour roof with Somerset earth; mixed on Im a fivht at Rowland Saturday nieht St., Stanford, Ky., at Ends' tin shop. Rogers Is said to have broken Ed FINK lino of Reels, Poles, Lines and Jim The Ladies Missionary Society of tho Luns ford's nose. all other Fishlnfc Tackle at Penny Baptist church will hold an exchange Drujr. Store. I will have another bsrgain sale of next Saturday. Location will bo given Hats from next issue. hats next Friday, May 7 PERSONALS. 25c up. Miss Ella May Saunders. S. C. Brown LegFor SALE.-P- uro Mrs. VV. N. Ciwio U very III. Several pieces of old furniture, In horn eggs. Improved laying strain.' J. T. EHDRY has been qullo sick. cluding an old secretary all cherry Ky. Mrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonvllle, Mrs. I. A. Pottkr continues quite for salo. A. P. Brackett, Stanford. Phone 83-- rings. Miss Annie Disiion JUDGE M. (!. fiAHFr.rV innkn In n Mr at UanVllln SSAtllnlllU nlrrhf nn,l as usual made a good speech. Ho and Judge Owsley wero to meet at Harrods-bur- g yesterday. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin The judicial race is made un with Judges M. C. Saufiey and J. S. Owsley, tho only candidates whose names will appear on the ballots to bo used in the primary baturday week. Common wealth's Attorney Charles A. Hardin had no opposition, and he will be nomi- nated for the office ho has so satisfac torily filled, by the judicial committee at Danville Dr. I. S. Burdett, tho aurist and oculist, died at Crab Orchard Friday after a brief ill ness of a complication of troubles. The interment occurred in tho Crab Orch- nrd cemetery Saturday afternoon after remarks at the grave by Mr. J. C. McClary. Dr. Burdett was a clever gentleman and his many friends sorrow at his taking away He is survived by his wife, who is a daughter of Mr. David Payne, of Crab Orchard, and a little son. Judge M. C. Saufiey Will Speak At Stanford, Monday, May 10 1:30 P. m BURDETT. well-know- n kind-heartes sj OXFORDS! tans, vicis, patents etc., is Our line of oxtorcls in the prettiest nnd best lino wo have ever carried. You will find no better lino of shoes nnd oxfords made than our line, We back our goods with our personal guarantee to give satisfaction nnd wear. 'WVonly aim to handlethc best and jou will find our prices right Pont forget wo represent two of tho tost tailoring establishments in tho country nnd guarantee fit, (junlity and price. Make our store your headquarters when in town nnd bo convinced that our prices arc lower than tho lowest and quality or goods is the very best that the market can furnish. hs been visiting-friend- s ,i ai !! 3 W. AtcoRN is thought to Improved. bo slightly guest of Miss Dora Hbstkk was the McCsrty. Mrs. W.-Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hughes were at ML Vernon Sunday. Woodson, of Mlddlesboro, tho Lexington rsces. KrlKer. dsugh-te- r Rev. R. R. Noel visited hi at Paint Lick. LIE RorLEY spent several days at at JudoeJ. ' V Mr. Matt spent Friday In Stanford. Eooene Orndofp, of Newark, o , was hero with friends Friday. Miss Virginia Bourn, of Lancaster, i. !.. k.r .Utr. Mrs. W. K. Warner. Saturday Miss Lena Palmer pct and Sunday with her mother at Kirks ..III. " Mr. J. K. Baugiiman and wifo spent Sunday with Mr. M. S. Uaughman and family was MRS. J. R. Caps, of Brodhead. the guest of her daughter. Mrs. U. u. Hilton. go to Mr. John II. Shanks will Chattanooga this morning on a prospecting tour. Alcorn Is at homo from Miss Soi-iiiMorganton, N. C at the bedside of her father. Beverly Rout and Clarke, of Lexington, visited the former's parents here. e M". ' k k & End, were here Saturday. Mrs. M. F. Bradley, of Lol"'". G4G writes us U change her paper to South Cth Street, mm mj. Prof. J. W. Ireland attended the School Convention of Eastern Kentucky week. Superintendents at Richmond last Rev. E. E. Young, of Beattyvil e, spent several dava with his ptmU, and Mrs. C. M. Young, Lewis, of Crab Orchard, attended the C. E. convention here. pretty dingh-tc- r. Hon. M. F. North and of the West Frances North, Miss MISSES GKOKC.IA AND MARGARKT Messrs A T Nunnelley, J. Eubanks, W. W. Saunders and I . Olvcns witnessed tho Derby at C. W. Louis-vlll- o I deavor Convention hero Saturday. .. n t ituiiu nt Hrvantavlllo. ErotherMr- - HenrV continues m. A UKAUTH'UL u... r..i .i i ...'i.m. .itriori ihn Christian 'J f!rh ..",...... .ipnl,irui .!!nt Nuchols. r yesterday. OrCh- - En of 4r Lh'X B.ughman, . who little daughter arrived r. Sunday morning at tho home or and Mrs. J. Richard Bush In Lexington. Owsley, The mother was Miss Emma of this place. ...iM AI.I .K.1niirnnl contain nirture of the flvo Prico brothers of Garrard. In tho group is den-tiDr. A. S. Price, tho this place. of . MR8SHS. GKOROB U PNY. J. J5,!) . well-know- n st Cummins. J. O. w Having come una tun noton raeM on their i.n. "Mi ... k.. ix- nkfort Journal. rewiuiiuni" v.. , oy me granu uwwi .onsbybelwapointeda member of A Danville dispatch says: "Three t o th. Lynsj, of Stanford, I. ho hundred Indictments were returned to. ra.nnv or joacun iu-..day against B. W. Durham, tho drug Times. r gist at Junction City, charging him LOCALS. with aolling whisky illegally In local opt- You will enloy the recital at tho tion territory. Many Indictments wero Graded School Thursday evening, 6th also returned against other persons. Judgb Tkiublk tried Bill Leo Friday is-- vmi are nartlculsr. try Denham's Yank at SUnTord and Row on threo counts of liquor selling and Rex coal. gave him 40 days in jail and a fine of $100 land. in each case. Mattio Fish, Leo's para Wanted, to loan $3,000 on first mour, was givon a similar fine in ono mortgage land notes. Enquire at this case. Our Friday's paper told of tho office. departure of this undesirable pair and mmtr Dr. W. N. Craio, oculist and .opti- it is hoped they aro gono for good. cian. Offlco over II. J. McRoberta' Cait. Thomas Todd, soldier, Mason, clothing store. legislator and ono of tho most widely I MRS. W. S. Jonpb has sold her res- known men in Kentucky, is dead in taurant to John D. Horton, of tho Shelby. Capt. Todd was born at TravPreachersvlllo section, who will run an elers' Rest, this county, tho old homo place. of Gov. Isaac Shelby, on Dec. 1, 1820. ' Charles S. and T. D. Hanky and W. II. lie was tho son of Miwshb. M Shelby Todd. His mother was a as trustees of Wearen were of Isaac Shelby, the first govthe Stanford Graded School. Good se- daughter Kentucky. ernor of them. lections, both of -Le-tlt- ia fM,of Stanford, wasln the city this for snlo from Red hens. Wild The upside down basket effect in milMallard ducks and Toulouso geese. Mrs. linery seems to havo proven a failure, W. J. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. and it is unlikely that many of these & C. will run an excursion to hits will last through the Spring, says The Q. Cincinnati next Sunday, May 9, at$l.U Damo Fashion. from Junction City. for tho round-triThe Lincoln County National Bank Pmfxirs Bros, received the contract presented each of its customers yesterto build the concrete steps and walk in day with a good statement of that confront of tho Presbyterian church. Their cern and a picture of Lincoln county's new court house. bid was $375. m ii Lost, between J. L. Totten's and SUN Bros.' circus gave two good perW. C. Shanks', an open face gold watch formances to small crowds Saturday with diamond set fob. J. Blcdsoo Bai- afternoon and night. The weather was too cold for the people to turn out and ley, Stanford. the show peoplo lost heavily hero . It looked at the hour of going to press as If a good crowd would sec Stanford won both games from the "Charley's Aunt" at Walton's Opera Harrdsburg boys on tho grounds hero Ssturday. The score of the first gamo Huuie last night. " M.I was 13 to 0 and the latter 12 to 10. Our Hear a chorus of 30 voices Thursday boys aro players and don't you forget be accom evening and see what can it. M plished in vocal musiCby school childThomas Armstrong, formerly a resin a few months. ren ident of the Rolling Fork, died at his China painting done by Mrs. Kathcr- - homo in Morcland after a brief Illness Ine McClary. A nice lino of painted of pneumonia. He was about 70 years china on hand, sultablo for wedding of ago and a most excellent citizen. and graduating presents. You are in- Tho burial occurred at Morcland Friday vited to inspect it. afternoon. four shares of stock in tho Hus- - TliR examination for white teachers The tonvillo National Bank, belonging to will be held on tho third Friday and Saturday in May, June, July and Authe estate of Mrs. SallicShlpman, bought by W. G. Cowan nt the salo at gust, and tho examination for colored Huitonvillo Saturday at J ICO. teachers on tho fourth Friday and Satin May, June, July and August. Singleton tells us that he urday Suit. G. G. Singleton, Supt. wai royally entertained at a reception given him by the teachers from this J. C. Roiiinson, proprietor of the county while attending the superintend- Woman's Bakery, Danville, Ky , has ents' convention at Richmond lust installed electric machinery for the week. preparation of his famous Quaker Bread Miiuhay. who was reared in and will run a wagon to Stanford once Jmiv P. to supply the market. Geo. II. the East End of this county, is dead nt n week is agent for tho Quaker Bread. West Newlon, III. He moved from Lin Fnrris Leave your orders with him. coln to Indiana in 1870 and to Illinois seven years later. Ho was a son of The Christian Endeavor Convention N Ick M urray held at tho Christisn church Friday nttptlllpd THE recital by tho vocal, instrumen- - nnl Qntllrrlnv U'al nrtl lrcralir to) and elocution departments of our but was interesting and enjoyable from Graded School will be tho mojt enjoy- beginning lo end. Some of tho best able ever given. Go and encourage Christian Endeavor workers in the these young people in their study of State wero present and delivered addresses. On account of illness, Rev. the divine art U. C McCallum could not bo present While in Louisville tho other day and those who havo seen him in convenMr. W. K. Shugars, of tho drug lirm of tions of the kind wero sadly disappointShugars Tanner, bought a handiome ed. Among the good talks wero those "Iceleas Sanitary" soda fountain, which of Dr. Throckmorton, Rev. H. C. they will havo in operation when the Mr. J. L. Waggoner, Revs. F. hot days come. M. Tinder and G. D. Verco. Tho adSaturday was about tho worst May dress of tho president, Miss Georgia day ever. It snowed ami "blowed" Dunn, was a pleasing feature of the and rained and was cold enough for meeting. The local preachers took Christmas. Considerable ice formed much interest in tho convention nnd to Sunday morning but judges say no them is due no little of the success of great damago was dono fruit. It. Miss Bessio Yantis is the secretary of this district and sho fills that Judge M. C. Saupley has named office most satisfactorily. The Attorney W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, delegates were well cared for by our his master commissioner of Garrard in people. the event of his election. Mr. Williams Is one of the most prominent members Bia Lot Sale. Messrs. J. C. Florof the Lancaster bar, is a good demo ence, L. R. Hughes and W, L. McCar-t- v will sell at auction on Saturday. May crat and a splendid gentleman. Kt.om -mm w-- ro HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Crab Orchard Tuesday, May 11, 1:30 P. M. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. McKinney Tuesday May 11,7:30 p. M. Hustonvllle Wednesday, May 12, 7:30 P. M. Waynesburg, P. M. Thursday, May 13, 1:30 Kingsville Thursday, May 13, 7:30 PM Moreland Friday, May 14, 7:30 P. V. Hon. J. S. Owsley is invited to bo present and will be accorded an equal division of time. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of llviort ol the Condition LINCOLN COUNTY of BANK. NATIONAL nt HtimforU, Ky., In tho Htnto of Kentucky, in uiu ciunti oi initinpxs, Air. v, ivuv. 7 I Iionnannd 15.M1 KH OWrlnilt,M-rutl nnd u in I;. H. Ikjtilto M'ourv circulation wxjouo IIoikU, Kvnrltl'. ilc Hanking house, luriiltiirKumlUx- SAX) co turps Duo (rum National llankn (not ru- .70 KS orwnwnto l.H S3 Dun Irom Htiite llank. IUuikim t Duo from WIM I'hcck and other rah lteni . 2,015 10 N'oten of other Notional Hunk Fractional MiRr currency, nickels nnd cent 104 DIu-oun- COUNTRY in PRODUCE urMieHCKi. wet rui Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford. iipprovwlrt-H-rwiini'iit- Ijinful Money llecr li: Hpecie IKH.t-ndrrnot- In Hank, II5.3H ( urvr S :!.nnuu fund Ith t K. Tren. iwr ct. of circulation I w 18,101 00 S.KO00 FARMERS! ila-chine- s. t Gar-riso- n. ai .1 .1 s a 22, 1909, 17 nice building Hots including the residenco property or the late T. P. Hill. And at the samo time they will give away one lot. These lots are located on Main, Whitley, Miller and Logan streets and are the most deslr-nhl- n hiilldinu Iota in Stanford. There is not a vacant houso in Stanford and calls for houses every day Concrete pavements have been laid on all the streets mentioned above. This sale is Boqjauhing that has been needed here feWmo time and w predict that the icitaftvlll sell readily, for this nronertv has been in such a shape for years that people could not get hold or it. It you aro looking for a lot to build a nice home, this is tho best chance you will ever have. Wo congratulate tho above nntururlsincr centlemen on the nrozres- slve step they havo taken in helping build up the town and glvo peoplo a chanco for a homo. This office is get ting out a lot of advertising matter for these gentlemen which gives particu lars of the salo. Write or see then and get particulars. ul. LIAIIILlTirj. Get busy and give your orders for Fertilizer. t Hunioo Cnpltnl Stork uitd In uo ... .... Hurnlm fund t)6,0 unai vim u uronu. ie hxuphwh nnd tnxri puld nud Ttuunboutg that I" tvpro ID I havo the niccet line of Buggies, Surreys, Plnetous National Hunk iiotcioutitiiiidlnit Un toother Nat. Ilanka VO.ltJIO Due to Htalu Imnk mid have ever bandied. Call and look before buying. . Also JleCornmck Uinkrr, 90 41 ub- IllilHIilual ilciolU 1MI.8IH 81 Giobo Fertilizer for Tobacco nnd Corn. Seo the Krauze Pivot Ject til Check . Note a nil Htll Iteilttcounted Itc.encil for tax Axle Hiding Cultivator. fnJ,7J3Sl Htnteot Kentucky, County of Lincoln, : I, V. M. HrlEht.Uiiklili'ruf xhenlKive-niinu- d Imnk. do joleninlv wear that the nlK)o statement la true to thf lieat of my know'K vdgu nnd belief. V. M. lllllilllT.t'ashler. I HuiMcrllxd nnd morn to lxforo me this A SOtU dnyof Apr., 1WM. J. J. McItoberU, N. 1. H. II. Corrvct Atteit: J. II. Owtley. at Am In nil the time I bate been In the tobaccod low prepared to do roof palntliiK 'Me tho never oiler-eHliuukt, Vi'.II. bbiiuii, lllrector. el poialble prices, lllack alnt per nor knew nny nianufucturer to oner a ,iuure on metal rooting ami r ivr xiuara on rubber mid luiper nud Uk; iiiuro tor better line of toWo. Iwtli .Niiturnl lleport of 'he Condition o( und T lit for .moklns and chrwlni?otter. l'reued red paint on metal, Order, Uhvwlug Tobacco, than t now J. W.HTKWAHT, Holland, Ky. or . Irect THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, .ocl throUKh your Jobberpromptly by mall. De,crlptl price Hat lit H tun ford. In the Ht9to of Kentucky, nt the on application. Apr., S. IW. clone of builm-M- , U. H. M AHTIN, Junction City, Ky. JtKSOUHCKH, IVnco, Jr., will make the ,enoii ot ltd at neniembcr tho old standby brand: .. JUI.lsi s "Krlendahlii Twltt." lOId llrodbend) "Old the barn of tho late John .. HixHiniiinoro, K I,ouiu und llcounU nnd "llluu (lra. Hunter." mile from How land, ut 10 to Inmre it living H.7IT 41 Kentucky Overdmfti,ecurvdnnduniiecuri'd colt. II mare I, trudedor pnrtul with, tho A0,aO 00 V. H. Iloml. to K'Ciiro circulation eaaou money become, due, l'euc.i.Jr., buy ktalllon.6 jear. old, full la I.&0 00 FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNI'rviiilunii on U. H. bond,...-....- .. I'ence, handa high, rood .tyle and uctlon.byAlexan-iter- -, 4,7(5 00 lkndi,ecurltlc,eto..... heby llleuxl, beby Ueliuont, be by FOR SALE ! TY Abdalluh, Tence', lot duin bv Almont UunkliiK house, furniture und fixDurrani (Jblef.Srd dam . -. ture,.. .. ,05I A nne. Hue graa, fiirm tor sale altuated on Korre.t.Snd dam4th dam by Uoppert'oUom. byOrey Kagloi S.tJI M Other real eituto owned...... Leovell and Hi mile, I'ence, Jr.Vlal dam by Kd Harlow S373, by new pUo near l'olnt u acre,, Oaatelar lOtS, ho by Volunteer' W. K.d BarUuo front llutlu mil Iluiik, (not re- Kouth of iJincaater. containing low", lat dam by Woburu, ii.d dam by a T,000 31 well located In good neighborhood, belug .... n'rveiigenU)... e truct, with a Mauibrlno hore, 3rd (lam ly )lambrlno 4il 77 part of the John Valker Hanker, Due from Htiite Hunk ,even-roorealdence Meeuger. i'ence, Jr.'Jnd nnm by UIU', new.to-,tor... ...I. ..ii ....,l.i .. DuefromnmirovedreterveageuU nut tin lit I tiirM n nil Vermont. ;Vnce, Jr.", coll. ureall .honing 14.IW 40 aterea. ,lx up nicely and they bear prool ol liliu a, a 4 IT good, new Uim 40x0. Vfell (Jhecki and other cuah Item,.....- -. breeder. vi I,ar7 00 never iuimhb rniuj Note, of other National Hunks.... Mure, gnuiil at $1 per month; not n.pon- - A Teumd!-- H cah In hand balance ono and Fractional paper currency, nickor eciK .liould any" Ible ir!i...duvn(MHli. ilx vvr occur.for uccldent, I.1M 31 i..L, el,, und cent...... cent lnteruat until paid. place pleaae write (IKO.HI'OONAMOHK A HIM)., lowland. Lawful Money llejerte In Hunk, l'eraon, lookliiu tor ,uch ilMlSHJ W. O. Walkkb, Htanford. vlil Hpecle or ,eo K.170 00 13,!! BU E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. NOTICE! WORD TO YOU pence; j '' .. hand-Jom- I with U. H. Trout- - urer (5 per cent, of circulation.) LIAUJMTIKH. -. ,&) ISAM Oil V7 SHERIFF'S SALE. .... "i; Oupltul Htock tuild In -.- -- . ..Hurpluafund Undivided prolltn, le, expense, und tnxerilil . hwrlnbwntortwuntjo Unco Nutloual lt.iuk note, outitundlutf 4V.SLU00 ollowlug prolerty tor mj much thereof a, Due to other National Hank,.. ....... of muyb.mce..iirytowtl.fy the niiiount to Duo to prluto ImnV, mid bunker. the l'lHlutllf, debt, inure.t. mid co.U), undivided Inter. Individual depo,UubJect Tho .uiiiu lielug n ' l,57ll 7H eAliiuiidto the truct of bind .Hunted In . ... to check le und UiiwlnwuntyKy..nrty MllledReW tleorge Demand tertlllcntei of und. of 8,'Jhd Nl louiided on North m. dvpolt Ku.t by bind, ol Mutt (lad- tho ot.Jall by laud, of luiy Htntuof Kentucky, County of Lincoln, : dl'Iir..audonthoVe.t Ker,uoua, unu r J.MolUilert.Cuhlerof th" uuoe. uiond nr le... IuvKhI uoon a, tho property of I. John I;,.,,.. . . ... , uboe,tutenient I, true to the, beit of my U.iMtoiiedlot. miuwvuBv am whim ,tx monlln. bo"J lll ttpproxed .ecurlty6 Joiim J, llcUouKHW.Cushlor. reoulred, bearing Intere.t ut the rata of wile, thl, tier cent per annum from duy of Mile und Huluerlued und nworn to liefora me 1'. bond, Laving the, force und effect of a Ut day o( May, 1W. W. M. Urlght, N. Hocker.II.O.lUugU. thl. 1.1 day ol April Correct Atte,tl J.H. Jil1I.pt man, J.K.Uunimlu,, Director. Ily vlrture of executlou No.I17dlrectedto ma, which laaueii from tho Clerk", offlcs of 11,(110 00 the Uoi le circuit court. In fuorf of hdward ., nil. ... . ii.,..i.ll.l 18,ao (X) iuydvpii(le,,wlll.ono. Monday, the 10th duy between tho liuura of 1 o clock of court-bouk- e m.. find i o'clock r. M.. at Ui? 3,1k; u Dinwiddie ... &Co Hustonville, Ky., .Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-d- ate . . ii ,,. line H- The Interior Journal. Ifr m 4 Tfcere. t r Mnlertd in On tUtni-clamutter. Pori-Ofi- al Stanford e$ it L. 8N.TIWETHBLE No. Jl, North, 4:40 A. No. W. North, :TT r. No.T7,10:4TA.M. No. J I.Mr. M. No.Sl.Hooth.lllMP.. M. No.S.Houth.llMIA M. M. Jim Hedge, a Negro charged with aseMltlfts; a you white woman, was lynched by a mob at Tyler, Tex. Dr. W. W. Ramsey, for years pastor of the Centenary Methodist church at Lexington, Is dead at Detroit aged 70. Zlon City is on the vcrga of civil war. The Volivia faction has armed to resist the now officers taking control of the All ItMfKdS. laxative tonlo and health-buildno other pills can com pare with Dr. King's Now Life Pills, They tone and regulate stomach, liver and kidneys, purify tho blood, strengthen tho ncrvos; euro Constipation Dyspopsla, Ulllousncss, Jaundice, Headacho, Chills nnd Malaria. Try them. 2.5c at Penny's Drug Storo. At an er InilnH W. H. LAIR, Hutfonvllk, Ky., Mai added a AIM UM ftf riBnnrurma tu hi. MKAT MAKKCTatyaftkii n prsion di milt ritaf rwige. TrMh Wbodi nt mv ijow est Trlceti'Mt hit motto. I MY LINE OF 1 A TIW vOMfM rfr SMIff IIMH, TROUSERS! Is Now Complete For Tho JMulfr . I North InncntterHtreet, Stanford, Kentucky. fnr Treatment of Iilesi. of the Kre. Kose. Ilectal llr Throat, Knr, gans, Nervous Hystem nnd Hurgery. flenlto-l'rlimr- i Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand. ruff or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find rclicl and be permanently cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durggists sell ZEMO PENNY'S DRUG STORE. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. The Truth municipal offices. Four men wcro drowned at CoshocMiss "Johnny" Davidson, tho young ton, O , by upsetting of a motorboat in heiress, charged with the murder of Tuscarawas River. Roy Ramsour, her sister's suitor, was Draft Stallion, at (10 to Insure a Liv acquitted at "Neosho, Mo. of ing Colt. Owing to an epidemic of Small-poat Kuttawa, a quarantine has been estab Also a good Mulo Jack at tho samo Better than ever handled beforo for price and on tamo condition!. lished against that town by Eddyvillc. I desire to tell privately my slock of tho Price. Also the most uji totlnto Hnrdwnrr. Doing n good bust, There are about 40 cases there. M. S. llAuniiMAN, Stanford, Ky. . Ilenson Will invoice about nrsi. President Taft will participate Frl III health, line o( (IKO. D. HUPI'KIt, Stanford, Ky. day in tho ceremonies incident to the NttfM PtMHry Ralfftrt I unveiling of a monument to Henry x GEORGE HUR, SPRINddndSUNNER Stock Merchandise for Sale. ixixkx"l" A A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrts' Drug Btoro In the Owsley Building. Insures Tebaces and Tobicca f $ tUrns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, 34; Ofllce, M. The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Uetldence 1'bone Insure with me and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox It n hnndioinc. large young Jersey Bull, descended front n long and unbroken lino of ttie most noted bulls nnd cowt on tbe of Jersey Kngland nd America. III. bulls tlrclionoof the best cow ever ImportedJ that lint given nnd bit dnm It n show pounds of rich milk In one day. Ifjou begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor" nnd have ii strictly good cow. you should avail jourself of his er vice. 11b will bonllowed to serve a limited number of npproved. registered cows out. side of our own herd this year, for n fee of 13 men. Make engagement liefore sending Itr.ID OTTElt, cow to 1h bred. Htanford, Ky. Telephone). N. 11. We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will bo sold nt right prices. Wadsworth Longfellow In Washington The American Sugar Refining Company will bo prosecuted by the United States government as a result of tho disclosures made in tho recent civil suit in New York. Col. Roosevelt has killed three lions and is enthusiastic over his hunt in East Africa. Kcrmit Roosevelt also killed a lion and the party is now to go gunning for giraffes. Five of the eight prisoners who broke out of jail at Owcnsboro were captured at Ncwburg, Ind. The captured men put up a fight, but after many shots were fired at them they surrendered. Interest will continue this week in the political developments in Turkey, and particularly in tho conduct of Monro od V., tho Sultan, and the disposition of Abdul Hamid by the Young Turks, who dethroned him. The Tennessee Legislature adjourned sine die Sunday morning at 7:45 o'clock. The hitch which caused the Assembly to lap over into the Sabbath was the bitter fight on the telephone booth tax item in the revenue bill. Three vessels were lost, one carrying down with it the crew of seven men, in the storm on the Great Lakes. An abandoned steel barge was picked up. The dinner table was set and the fate of the crew is unknown. The crew of the Auranla, which was caught in the ice and lost, escaped after a perilous trip. Now It thn time of year lo feed your fowls cures Cholera, flapet, Itoun. canker nnd I.lmberneck. when fed nt a preventive It not only keeps them healthy uui manes inem my, lTlce Si) cents, no cur, no pay, guaranteed It now ready to serve lilt old trlonds and iit yiiuriiriiKKlsi.lfni, ii. rimy, tj i. uatier bopes to make many new ones. If you have the Ktinrantre. Askfor booklet on disease, n mule or horse to castrate sate the work of poultry. for him nnd have It done right. He makes n specialty of castrating rldgellngt. In any stylo you is Curable T. F. GROSS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, n good tonlo, 1 Men's and Ladies' Oxfords wih. Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid sternal utt. Stop itching; Instantly nd destroys the germs that csuts skin for. external use. Zemo gives instant Jitaiy permanently cures any form diseases. lB.cem rVi ttilay.wa. relief and remarkable .;A j . All DVSI1UI11SU..J Druggists. Write for asm- jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. medicine. All . fi. Infill lid. rA --, SWOB Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, PIC V. ci.. Penny's Drug Store. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. STORE. G. LPENNY'SDRUG -., Itching Skin Diseases Eczema Call nntl let e have. us thou- you whnt - ., ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. IViton. colt. regltteml Alto lll ttnnd n standard-br.i- l I nmrrennred todoallklndtof surveying Wilkes stallion nnd three line young Jacks civ II engineering promptly. My work will lie permitted to sin en few mares free nnd rcgulur customers where they breed will guarantee! nnu my pricei are rea- to my mnr tor more. sonable. Write me at McKlnner or call me three II. ii. Kinti. over thn telephone through the JIuitonvllle SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- PEYTON. ntmr farm at Moreland,Ky.,at tttolnsure n living I will stand mv Hne mule lack MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. WALTEIt McKINNKV. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. At McKinney, Ky., You can find our Htandnnl Itemed;-- , the yet knou n. blood nnd liver frentest of Ilheumntlsm,medicine Halt ltheum, Kidney Trouble nnd nil discuses arising from lninuro blood It Inn no enual. it It mniiu- factured under the pure food act of June is). 1901, nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If tbe Itemed? Is taken according todlrectlons nnd If beorhel not Iwiictllcd by the use of the Kemelye will refund jour money. We can do nothing more, Knch package regmereii gunran-te- e contnins ail noses wmin Ii and mailing card It full instructions. We send It to nny address by mall on receipt of l per pneknge or six packages for If taken lu IV Hotter order u box time you might save n big doctor's bill. Hememlierlf you tnke the ltetncdr accord ing to Instructions nnd nro not benefited. you get jour noimr dock iou win not find the remedy In drug stores for tale. It Is told only hvnurdulv authorized ngents. HKIMIKN WILLIAMS Agent. f ft t Fon Sale Good bnggy mare. II. G. Lutes, Stanford. Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. E. T. Beazley, Stanford. Mrs. Pearl Freeman sold to W. I'. Underwood a mare for $100. Bourbon county farmers are selling the coming wheat crop at $1. NIGGER, A tract of 37 acres just outside of the city limits of St. Louis, sold nt $2,G30 per acre. E. Mulchay, of Woodford county, has contracted for 8,000 lambs, June delivery ,at G cents. Notwithstanding the fact that more than 2,000,000 bushels of wheat were The delivered on May contracts, the Chi' guard safest, turest andnmost adequate safefor tho future Is policy lu cago wheat market was strong. The Mutual Benefit Life Cornelius Fellows, a founder of the Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex perience. Then your clothes, whethera low price business tull or tbe finest evening clothe,, will have that Individuality nnd tit SEDealer In nnd Manufacturer of which plntnly Indicate they were made to measure. will also take Monu your for extra Itrousers, fnncy your measMarblo vests, top ure coatt nnd overcoats. Hiirlng nnd Hummer f nrxVti f utrh sample! on hand ready lor your inspection. nnrl IViaf a fltntttaii'.M.rv Vntnnl hwtteos, Ofllco nnd works, Me Styles up to tho minute. Prices beyond comjittltioii. Wo nlto state that It.O. HOI'LKY.TIieTallor, rviiiurj "J Htanfonl.Ky. our Spring Lino is now complete. To rave money, coino nnd seo and lie convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoes for Lndie, MtWunud Children and our lino of Gent's Shoe will certainly please. Hannii nnd Walkover lines Will make f lie tenon of WO at mv stable at Cedar Creek, nl H to Insure n living colt. are hummers ntid nre strictly reliable. Yours for au honest deal, is n unr miy witn n miver King, To weak and tiling women, intra It at least one heavy ninno nnd tall, full US hnnds high. way to help. But with that war. two tftaunentt, ClIAULia Wiit-xmiHo was sired by HI Iter King, lie by OnTlme, must bt combined. One It local, one It constituson of Htonewull Jnekson. tional, but both are Important, both, essential. 1st dam bv Oilu' Hlonewnll Juckoon, Jr., Iir. Khoop't MUrht Cure ll the Local. son of llubhlo'iOldiitoiiewiill Jackson. id Dr. 6hcop't Restorative, tha Constitutional. dam by Onhboll's Lexington. ."Villain n eel- - The former Dr. Shoop's Night Cure tt a topical ebrntid saddle borne ol Wayne cuunty. ith mncont tnmbran suppository remedy, w Wis Dr. dam hy Miller's Copperbottom, of Wnyne bhoop's lAistoratlva Is wholly an Internal county. TO OUK F1UKNDS AM) l'ATKONS: Tht Restorative reaches throughout tht Hllver King's dnm wnsMnllle Mounre by entire uttem, seeking tti. repair of all narr. Cubbell's Islington, miii or lllood's lllnrk all tlitoi, and all blood ailment. Hawk. 2ddnmii.v Young America sou of The "Night Curt", at lu name lmpttte, dou It Several years ago wo adopted the Cnh system, which was work while you tletp. U soothe! tore and uiflata-- e Tajlor'a Messenger. Will also ttnnd the good Jnck, mncout surfaces, brals local weaknetset and tUKharztt. whlla tha Restorative, ease nervous very satisfactory and enabled us to give our trado closer prices, excitement, lives rentwed vigor and ambition. bulldJ up wasted tluuttbrlnguif about rentwed At tlto Insuren IKIng colt. Nlggrr It n strength, Tbrnr. and energy. Take Dr. fiboop't but we gradually drifted Imck into Hid credit hutincsj. lilac c JacK 15 ,lmn'li. 4ear old and I. a KestoraUve Tablets or Liquid af reneral tonlo good Individual. Ho 14 by IllacKOIoud and to the system. For positive local help, UMUwtll We tee our mistake and, in order to get the best Cash he by Tom Kerne. K. W. WHITK.CidarCret'K. on Hlanford and Crab Ore hard pi ice. from our Jobbers, wo will cninuieiico MAY prices and ! 1ST on the CASH BASIS aiid'trut our friends will join heart- Harry Jacobs, and Granite monts, Sati-- When Ordering Clothes SILVER KING, JR., jr, Weak Women . treat-men- u Safeguard the Future Insurance Co. Dr. vShoop's PENNY'SDRUGST0RE. Night Cure Almont Dare 3228. ily in this movement n.id give us n lilicral share of their CASH trade. Phone your orders mid tho bill will accompany the good. We thnuk you for our patronage. National Horse Show Association and well known In social and financial cir cles in other cities, died at his homo in New York. Beau Naboth will make the season of 1909 at my barn. Bring me your bar ren mares. I have successfully used thn imprgnator for two Felix White, Stanford, Ky. T. A Rice had a fino colt by Dignity Dare to die the other day. He had sent the mare to Madison county to be bred to Rex Peavine and on returning the colt took sick and died in a few hours. yir, Rev. I. W. Williamson's Lotter. Itev. I. W. Williamson, Huntington, W. Vu , writes: "This is to certify that I used Foley's Kidney Hern-ed- y for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am ftvo to say that It will do all that you claim for It." Foley's Kidney Remedy has restored healtL and strength to thousands of weak, run down people. Contains no harmful drugs and Is pleasant to take. New Stanford Drug Co. Somebody has to mend the socks, And starch the frocks, And clean tho crocks; Somebody has to wash the floors. And dust the doors; SoTiebody has to boil and bake, And make tho cake, And fry the steak; Somebody has to buy things cheap, And wash and sweep, With little sleep-Th- ai's mother. ft Is conspicuous for economical management, liberality of Its policy contract., fair A. H. ll.lt. denting with It. iiiembvrtand large returns Hired bv Dignity Hare Itxf.lie by Chester to policy holders Dare 10. he b lilac bqulrrel In. he by King The company Is Just entering the William V7 l.tdamTosnway 7irt. uI.d Vol. I0.A. T. II It. Hhe by SIXTY FOURTH YEAR dnllah Mambrlnu i371Sl.be by Almont Al. (III of n successful business career with more 2nd dam !.ndv linvls by Orlt l)iivls,bv Uour-Ikjcounty than policy holders In Lincoln Chief jilril dam Muttlu H., by Foreign all other companies combined. Write for Light, bv Foreigner, by liuportnl (INmico, particulars, stating uguaud Khetber mar-li.- 1 Itliilam llcttlel' .bvl'unnlugliMm'.t'opper-bottoniifttu, .Ingle tu dnm liv IinHtr.t Iu.m,iu, It.M. NKWLANI) HK!Clal Apt. Mifarin we are able Miti Myers Houiu Klatt.Hlaiuord, todltcuver, hnont IHiie,horse on rroonl hnv I the first Jamet I, White, Ing tohlscreltt tbe honor of deft utlng with Hcllcltorfor llockcastle Co. IiUomii progeny those of his great slrv. Dignity Dare. doing mj with his llrst crop of colts every time they cuine together. As 1111 Individual this Is n very attractive horse, id hands high with ots of weight ami llnlsli, color, liny .iirtlon extreme! high unil fnt Hliowadill.tluct saddle units, ml very fast and ptfiimnl A full brother to the great geUIIng, Neltlrton, that sold nt I i' for MAHOINY K. l,tuiuui to lin greuv nuw uinre, roxy Dare, that won mora premiums for tb 1111 mare ever tired shows To- number of Hare. thansplints coining on lilm b Dignity Were It not for two he would easily have won theHtnte thxdille Uliamptonshlp. Tills borso Itn result of n long n n I careful mating of tha very the country nlTortled. Ills backing. In blood and Individuality, tsu strong hi niliraltur and hit colls nre rapidly fpruvlng htm. Hew well paid. He this horse nnd ou will will mnke the .oasou of IVM at our stable. Die tKinlletfrom Iluitonvllle tohiInsure lluitmi-vllletfLlU-rtn living plke.nt 115 colt, Murs traded or bred elsewhere rensensondunat time of such trnnuictlon. ders Wilt nlio stand n mule Jack at P. (Irnss furulshvl In nbundnnce nt tl per month. Our personal attention to all stock but will not Ini responsible for uccldents. HOX, Iluttouv llle, Ky. K. H. rOWKM. ii h ooooaoaa W, H. HIGC1NS. Stanford, Kentucky. INSURANCE. B. Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health ISBvtstsBKpCBBHiHsiS' lt c Em' vHPliixHiixH A A'v.aH When you divide the price by the number of extra months that rTRAGOOD CLOTHES KJK 1HAS D A and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which PRESTON KING. Keg. Nu. A. It. It. Iiamls, stallion, llenutlful are paid without dis- fimlttlJuiie, bay saddle tire wat the greuteat litO, III. show horse in Kentucky. lie lint lulnnce, count. high action and the speed Indicated by t hew long, WIN, H. IS.?1 J. K. BAUGHMAN, means that seat and seams will hold twice as long and the pants will drape twice as gracefully. Only the price is ordinary not tbe clothes, give extra K'var you'll sec the economy of giving enough to get enough. liuWt Itonestly so the makers include their label. If the value were lacking so would the labels be. The VTRAOoon label is a pledge of "money back when you'redisappointed." The safest clothes sold. XTRAnooDknee pants are tintd alt through, which tlikllng or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. old by Penny's Drug Storo. Black jack, with while points, 16 1.2 lundi, with heavy bone tad plenty ol body. PED1GREE.-Si- red by Tarkington't Nt. polen. lit dim by J, K. Dtughmtn, Sr.. he StonewtU; 2nd dam on jconctt't tide by by Old Imported Piincr: the out ol a jcnoeU by Old IV; jeontUi, J15; loo i'prtef, JVIule collt, Jacks. $20. MORGAN DENMARK Dty saddle stallion, action. 16 handi, good style and CONCRETING We nru In position to do nil kinds of such u lilork Work, I'liveiiieuli nnd. In fuct, we ran make nny thing from f house down tu a feuco post. We cuii tcrve you promptly and guarantee work una material. Call midget our prices before you buy your material at least. llrst-ciu- PHILLIPS BROS., H.J. McRobcrts. Stanford, Ky. PEDICREEL-Si- ted by Old On Time. Id dam Lady Morgtn by Stonewall Jtckton; 3rd dam by Mttchltu; 4th darn by Tratuby, Htt wtlking proven a gieat bleeder of high-cUt- t, horses. Will sttad at $8. Abo a splendid mule tck tt $7. The above seasons tre due when colt is foal- ed. mue or icanctt Irtdal or parted with. Mtiet tad innclu giurd tl $2.50 pet month. Pcnontl attention given tl til timet, ImDreontloc used when necessary. Cue taken lo prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Above mentioned stock owned tad stood by C. PETTUS. Stanford R. F, D. Ne. 4, 6 milti Crab'Ofchtrd 6c Lancaster pike. Phaae Ltoctttet 7-- a thin nvuk, bloodlines. Melius the strong, short buck, delicate neiia, won set, lien v tull, lint bone, clvun hovk and good foot and ee so characteristic of tho get of the Deumurkt. Wo feel that 1'rfttoii King', siieetl, action nnd Individuality must udd to the merit Ol our tveniucay nurse, uuis we forhliiiullburnl patronage, This rich. u.klirptl Iv munir borsu bat all the ouulltle. of n great sires bone and ttytv. Kit Iiellt liloou llliet come lu uuu (iiruugii stock. I're.ton usf, lilt tire, vnttlie greatest thow horse of lilt day, winning nt all the fnlrt nnd horse shows, taking the winning bluettrlngat Ht. lou tee that frestou King can not help but lie n great taildlt hor.e Hire. Ills dum, Nelly VM wn by VauMeter'a King TV, tracing to Htouewall Juckton, and on his sire's aide to Washington Denmark fll. I'kiiIuuiee Hired by l'rettouWi.by byUromwell n. by Washington . by IVIiiiuirk.tl. l.tilum f)n Vulillster-- Klug Time, by Htone. r.W. by Hllver Klag, by great thow wall Jackson, K. H., Ilubble't horse, ind dum Jlp, by the famous Cuban's Uixlugtonby fllst't llluck lluwk, K. H. sire. Dum, Tlelle by Itboderlck IUI, by Mumbrlno U'gruiul Ky, Wnshlugiou Cl.dum Alice it, by list. VanMeter't King JM, Harp's IlaU-ovdam Maud V W. by (Irnuger r". H. TKRHa-Ma- ret will be kept nt tt.CO lier mouth at owner' risk. They will receive the most careful attention. Mures told or feo tilted with ft rfeltt Iniuraueo und the due. Will make tho season of tut) at our place at SW to inture living oolt. AUo will aland one good bbiok Jack, four yean old, at W to Insure a living colt. W. 11.4 0. L. DUDDHKAU, Kowland, Ky pre-em- l. Hlietlnni Miny,l Inches tall, owned by Hugh Held Foster, will make the season nt'JlO. to Insuren llvlmr colt. HeUbran linnorted nonv that cost II.KD In Ilia. HIirtLiiud Islands milt It regarded by linrwuieii ut the liest pony In Kentucky, defeating nil comon In the snow ring in itssi, i.ien reiniueiionniicoiit until season it pain, glares pnrtvii wu or bred eWuwberu forfeits liituruucu nnd money becomes du. Will make the teuton at my JOHN II. XOHTKIt, Htnuford, Ky. farm. DOCK GRAY. . . sg CURLEY. .. , Q. D. l,. llluck Jnck, with white points, heavy liody and bone. Has proven lilinmlt n tin. I Lreeiler. He It by lllnck Hatiii, 1st dam Wll llnmOotton'a iireiuluni Jacjc of ladlsonhls dam by Joint Morgan, out ot n Jennet by Joe iiiacKuuru. vviiisiiiiiuut my piuceuiiiigii. land at 13 for hoitu mule and 7 for mare mule. Lien retnliud on colts to seuuro tea. sou money, TOM D. WII.LIAMH, IllghUiud, Ky. New Llvsirw CAnTEIf, Phone 9e. J I Depot Street, STAIN FOKP, KENTUCKY. Dorsey Golddu.t, 12052. Full brother to Ksttlle. Ho. 19, Hired by Zlbadl(loldi)utt,4i, (by (lold. dust IW by Vvriuont Morgan uud on to J u.t In Morgan. The dam otZllcndt flolddutt wai by an loin. Arabian Htalllon ZllcsUl. The dam of Dortey (lolddilst It Florence by tloldvn Mingo Ublef won of Uaflt Ooui.t Morgan and on to Justin morgan. Nunc. Thlt Is nn Intensely fnbrttl Morgan nf.iu.i .mw wiwu HV. IU UCI1IUII11. j. ri.ll ilaiinled buy, black point", l bands blgb lanlb. itulllon of great Iwauty and notion. vii,.jvfu umi ruuHnise. muu uneaoeiieti bsu produceroflilglj ru.AH(Bthow, road and linrul, rTi.i class Af hi. ........ . in Wl M, " ,', .m nw prove iih mmiu miow ranutaieriuat line toad, vsiuu und merit ut n producer ot show and sale horse..... t. f.l.u ...... ..... Mmwu .11 IM ...... a. llljr auv ,'ivavii. lliauv u. ...u .III , . ra.,19. Mvui iiauivrifl,a. awuiiuuus n living poll. Money due when soil eometor niin.ifliinuiiniji oiari--a awys - a'w4 . oo day, Uood care given but no responsibility hit aeektents or tweajtea. Wash-Ingtou- CHESTER JEWEL. My stallion. Ohetter Jewel, Mack 14 nauusuigu, win masii me seusou oi ivvu at my ttublefour lullet West of Orali Orchajd at mouth of Cedur(Jriek,t 111 to Insure it living roll. Hired by Ohetter Dare, 1st dam by Heeond Jewel, Thlsiiiiire Is tliodiini of a mnr tluit .old for KW. MfldumbyHoluwt'Dri.'unoii. Srddam Anna Bufnrd.by Montle, till dam lluulu. bv Kotton.etlidaui bv KumIIou. ath dam by Old Dvmuaik.Tludaui ty Oolyer. Money due when coll It foaled or mare trnueii or partea. Mares groiixi ot kiu per pioutb, all bills ld before removal of uiarusiiotrespoutlblofor aeckk'ntt or et wipes, e ... I'UonelH-i- ;;. JOHN W. HOLM KM. Crab Orchard, Ky i'r w- r. niu,