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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 7, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909050701_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 7, 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. ' -t I'' VOL. XXXVII. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY ffl MO. 7. 1009. 20. BIG LOT SALE INSTflNFORD. r, 1 LOT FREE. I v.. Saturday, May 22, 1909. We will sell at auction at Stanford, Ky., Saturday, May 22, 1909, beginning" at 1.30 o'clock, P. M. fl Tfi " fi. i 17 Nice Building Lots, Including the Magnificent the late Col. Thomas P. Hill. G-INE- Brick Home of AWAY. It does not cost one cent to register. Registration At the same time One Lot will be will open Saturday, May 22, at 9 o'clock, A. M., and close at 1:30 P. M., at the home of the late Col. Thomas P. Hill. Somebody will get a lot worth $300, free. Come and register. These are the most desirable and prettiest building lots in Stanford. They are located on Main Street, Whitley, Miller and Logan Avenues. Concrete pavements have been laid on all these streets. It is the best opportunity you will ever have to get a splendid lot and build a nice home, for this property has been in such shape for years has a that it could not be bouerht. Stanfordwe willsplendid Graded School. Move to town and educate your FARM, situated on Stanford fe Somalso sell a children. At the same time and place erset pike, about 12 miles from Stanford. Has two houses and about 75 acres under cultivation. For full particulars of free lot, terms of sale, etc., write to 150-ACR- B t u Florence, Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky. (&$$ j&zjutj wXv?r7r vaum&Aiz&ji -- ESera.'fc-u.clx.y Special 'Garment The halo will Ten-Da- y Sale Ladies s Garments and Wash Goods. Iead)Mo-Wea- Tuesday Morning, May 1th, we oiler hundred of very decided bargains in Ladies' all kinds nnil hundreds of piece of attractive Wah Goods in white and colors. of continue 10 days hut wo ndvie you to come as early a possible so as to get or Kvery reduction quoted i liorni fide. None of there goods laid firi-- r t prices quoted below. pick. Note the out on approval. about 100 to select from nud all ollered at hut little over one half of original price-- . 81) for any suit that We oiler at thisjprice a big lot of wash fabrics consisting of Faucy HatUtes, Printed Swisses etc., reduced from 81(5 75 fir n.iy suit that sold at $25. 810.75 lor 20 cents, per yard. sold originally at 815. 812,75 for any suit that s?ld nt 820. nay suit th it sld at 813. any tuit tht'old at 8:50. 822.50 Tailored Suits. lr We oiler choice of about 30 skirts carried from last season. 17.00, nod we oiler choice of the lot for 85. SKIRTS $5. l-- 3c. These were sold at 0.00, 10.00,' 12.00 and up to 20c Wash Goods at 8 12 that 1- .lut U .i ; White Serge Suits. $20 Whlto Sergo Suits reduced to 8l.1.7h. 822.n0 White Serge Suits reduced to 815. 830 White Seige Suits reduced to 810.75. 835 White Sergo Suits reduced to 822.50. 25 Cerjts White Goods at This lot cousists ot white check Voiles, cream and white mercirized checks pieces of Novelty Wash Fabrics that sold at 25c aud 20c. -2 Cents. Also a number sold at 25c. of Silk Dresses. of material. 19 Cents Special Lot. Wo offer tho solid col- Wo havo taken all tho single piece ami ondi of Silk, IViutod M.miiiHettcs, Togo Silks, Shadow Silks, Silk Warp, Kolians, Kent embroidered Muslins, Fine White Checked Muslins and Embroidered Muslins and made" them at 10c per yard for choice. Almqst every piece of this lot wus50o per yard Most of these nro siii"lo dress lengths, 60 come early for choice. Over 100 to select from. All the newest colors in Foulards, Messalinos and Taffetas at prices about tho worth 80 for silk dressed that wld at 815. 81 1.50 for drcsMs that told at 817.50. 8127A tor silk dresses 111.75 (or silk dreesos that sold at 822.50. 810.75 for silk druses, that sold at 1830. 822.50 tint n!il nt 920. Ali-u few very handsome llsception Gowns to he sold vcr ycheap ouly one of Ono of the decided novelties of tho seoson for evening wear and uevcr sold under 50c. for silk dresses that sold at 835. ors aud gold spangled at 35c. style. a SILK CREPES, 35 CENTS. i Wo offer at 25c for choice, fino French Linens 361inchcs wide, in white an I colors, worth 50c. White Liueu Pure Lino round thread for dresses add shirts. A beautiful assoi tnient to select from and all absolutely new this season this season. 81.05 for silk )i ued Net Crepo worth 50o. Mercerized Fancy Lineus, were 50e. t Waists that sold for 83. 83.75 for choico of all our Wants teat sold at 0.00 81.75 for choice of all 87.51 waists. Tho demand for dress linens is and will bo enormous this season aiuljthis is a rare chance to lay in a supply. 15c White Mercetized Batiste, reduced from 35c. lOoJyard Whiso Batiste roluced from 20c 3't-inc- h 38-iiic- NET AND SATIN WAISTS. DRESS LINENS, 25C. REMNANTS. of remnants of WashjFabrics aud We offer a choico lot of odd skirts iu blacks, browm, blues and fancy worsteds at 82.05. sold for less than 10.50. None of these sklits Wo havo accumulated au Immense lot ly retiuceu pneve. theao we havo on Kilo at very decided It The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mfrcpr county. In n mmlldnto for Com' tnnnwnilth'n Attorney of IM, the Win ! JUDGE M. C.tSAUFLEY dlcIM district, subject to llio notion ol tn democratic party. Makes Caustic Reply to Judge Ows JOHN SAM OWSLEY. JR.. ley's Card. It n rnmlUlBtc for circuit lutlne of thl ...A IMhillstrlct.siiujrci to in nctlon of the IlAniiODSHUKO, May 5, 1009. Democratic parly. In the enrd published by Judgo Owr-le- y M. C. 8AUFLEY in the Advocate of April 28th and It cnilldnB for circuit Judge of thl. th fie Interior Journal of May 4th ho mhlmllclnl district, subject to the action refers to the position I took in the joint 01 me ifoniocrntic imriy. discussion at Lancnster, on tho subject of an amendment to thej Local Option law. by which, if enacted, the purchaser of spiritous liquors in those districts where tho sale of it is forbidden by law For Btnti' Honntor, would b subjected to a penalty equal R. L. HUBBLE, to that imposed upon tho seller. of Lincoln county. It is true that during that discussion For Ilfproentnthf, I then expressed, and do now express, W. H. SHANKS my belief that such amendment would For County JudKi', be moro effective in tho destruction of JAMES P. BAILEY "Blind Tiger" traffic than the existing law which limits the penalty to tho sellFor County Attorney, er. Judge Owsley commits himself to V. S. BURCH tho role of a prophet rather than a juClerk, For Circuit rist, and with unclouded vision foresees J, D. SWOPE that this amendment would "multiply For BherlfT, beyond measuro tho number of blind W. L. MeCARTY tigers and increase by a thousand fold For County Court Cleric, the whisky traffic in the district." Bold GEORGE B.COOPER words these; but if they bo tho off- For Jailer, snrintr of inspiration rather than the DINK FARMER exuberance of a stimulated imagination, they must be accepted as true. It will, For Assessor, however, strike the public as an unusuJOHN C PEPPLES al dispensation of Providence that such For Huperlntendent of Schools, gift of clairvoyance has been confered SINGLETON GARLAND on Judge Owsley when it has been mysForlCoroner. teriously withheld from the memberGEORGE P4BRIGHT ship of so many legislative assemblies District, For Magistrate Stanford of Kentucky in the enactment of laws fAMESyWcKECHNIE upon kindred subjects. For Constnble'.Htnnford Dlitrlct, Has it multiplied the number of duels I. M. BRUCE and voluntary fights in Kentucky because all the parties participating in For Maglstrnte.Crab Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE such encounters are made, under the law, equally guilty ?IHa3 it increased For Magistrate llustomllle District, gambling for money or property beJ. K.HELM.SR cause all the parties to the game are For MaglstrafelWnynesburg District, subject to equal punishment? Has it inCAMDEM IOHNIM. creased the indefensible practice of buyFor Constable Wnjnesburg District, ing and selling votes at popular elecBAUGH JOHN G.I tions because the seller and the buyer are equally penalized? Has it increasis not a news- ed the disreputable practice which once The Courier-Journpaper. There has been no greater prevailed of selling and buying the reevent in the Kentucky journalistic field wards and profits of a public office bethan the advent of Gov. J. C. W. Beck- cause of the law which imposes a like newspaper penalty on both buyer and seller? Has ham in it, yet this makes no mention of it either in its the betting of money or property upon news columns or editorials. The rea- the result of popular elections been inson is that its editor hates Gov. Beck- creased because the Legislature enacted ham and ii small enough to show it in that parties to the bet shall pay a fine? this puerila way. In his support of Has the betting on games played on liGov. Beckham, Editor W. P. Walton censed billiard or pool tables been in also incurred the enmity of the great creased because the law imposes a pen sheet and his retirement from editorial alty both on the owner of the table and years is not regarded the person who makes the bet ? Has work after as worthy of notice. This is peanut the violation of the 7th commandment with a vengeance. The been increasedibecause both parties to journalism Courier-Journcan not ignore Gov. the forbidden act are punishable at law? Beckham to the tatter's injury. He is When these and many other questions a foeman worthy of any man's steel of like import may be truthfully and and Mr. Watterson will be lucky if he affirmatively answered, then the public comes out even second best in a bout may be forced to admit that tho former with the brilliant young gladiator, Legislatures of Kentucky have groped which is sure to come unless the "great in uninspired darkness, and that a new editor" shows the white feather. prophet has arisen in Israel. A!Norfolk, Va court decides t that when a girl jilts a man sho must return tho engagement ring. However, the girl who would want;to keep it lunder such circumstances is as bad as the who would want it returned. ES5 fel-lo- w the seller, be Introduced as a witness; and then'lin turn, in a prosecution against the buyer, the seller could be Introduced against" the buyer. This would be an casyltask for tho Legislature, and by thefenactment of such law tho guilt of both parties to an illegal transaction could be legally shown. IV. may be allowed to indulge n reasonable conjecture, based on certain trials which have recently taken place in the police court of Stanford, and also on the common observation of many people in the community, I would surmise that Judge Owsley may have some Interest other than a patriotic consideration of the public welfare which constrains his opposition to a penalty against the Ipurchaser of blind tiger whisky. A pointed reference to this interest waslmade by mo in his pres ence nt our joint discussion, and will be adverted to moro specifically in the speeches I propose to deliver in Lincoln and other counties. QuestionsitOf legislative policy are really not fit subjects for consideration in a contest for a judicial office; but inasmuch as thev have been injected by Judgo Owsley into this canvass, more private particularly in his talks, I resolved to declare my own views publicly. Referring to his boastful declaration that he has voted for ilocal option in Lincoln county, 1 will not deny it, for I do notknow. However, it is no uncommon thing for people, not; over astute, who are seeking some personal preferment from the public, to become sudden advocates of an attractivo;moral sentiment. There is, nevertheless, a distrust of the sincerity ofitone who preaches morality IfI Democratic Ticket. a VivJi vf AflisliliHf A . J t Kaaj. w m wwrr rjfj rL '"J. msm. al d 30-o- . ) Descending from the exalted plane of dered hi) starving and ragged army at prophesy, Judge Owsley is pleased to Thousands of tho old assume the role ofijurist. and to ad Appomattox. soldiers die every year, yet the rolls of judge that "by putting a penaltyon the 1908 had only 14,325 names less than in buyer as well as the seller of liquor, it 1893. The expenditures for pensions n makes each of them incompetent to tes3390 were $110,0OO.0CO,inl900, J142.000,-00tify against the other, because neither the appropriation for 1910 is the seller nor the buyer can be made Thejaverage pension is now before the court to give any informa$167.50; it was $139.93 three years ago, tion which would incriminate himself." and so far the disbursements for pen- Before consideringthe legal phase of sions have been three and a half billions this point, it will not be amiss to note of dollars and the end no man can see. the logical result to which.it tends. The The "country savers" certainly are get- argument is that the buyer of liquor ilting good pay for it but no one will be- legally sold should not bo punished by grudge it to them if they are real sol- law because the seller could'not be rediers and not camp followers and de- quired to testify against him. Would serters. Judge Owsley ortho public have the Legislature to repeal the existing laws IN his speech on the tariff bill Tueson the subject ofjdueling, mutual com day Senator Bradley said that if the crimes and bats, gaming and all tariff was put on hemp Kentucky would misdemeanorsjwhich other can not be com be as certainly republican as Massachexcept by the, concurrent acts usetts. Tho Senator was always an op- mitted not fewer than two parties? And timistic sort of a person. The area on of yet the identical principle he invokes which hemp is grown in this State is so applies to all theso cases. There can email that Buch a duty will cut no figbo an illegal'sale'of J liquors unless ure even if the raisers were disposed to not be a purchaser. It is the act of politically for so small a mess there sell out the buyer which makes tho business of pottage. profitable. If a'restraint be thrown on The deficit for the 10 months of the the buyer, it necessarily affects the fiscal year is $92,000,000 There was a business of thejaeller. falling oil of $500,000 in customs and III. $1,000,000 in internal revenue, but SenWhile It Is fundamental law that no ator Aldrich says these trifles arc unim- one can be required to testify against portant in view of the general improve- himself, it is not the law that he may ment. As the deficit continues to grow not be forced to testify against anoth from month to month the Rhode Island er, though his testimony may tend to statesman ought to explain to a waiting incriminato himself, If tho Legislature world what is the general improveshould provide that hisown testimony ment. against another shall not be used In tho chapter of the Tub largest (lag ever made is being against himself. at Pittsburg, Pa It is SOx KcntuckyiStututes against ga.ning, it constructed Is expressly provided that "in any pros 1C0 feet and is to bo flung to the breeze n.lltlnn fnv .. na.iniMI nflnln.t ..nntlm uiliui, on tho 4th of July. Pittsburg evident- Vkuiiud v, u jci.uihj u,aiijai to got some other reputation it shall bo'no exception for a witness ly wants his may incriminato than being tho home of grafters and that ; testimony himself but nojtuch testimony shall be tho city of smoke. used against him in any prosecution ex Tiif. Bunch and Bar. r paper devot- cept for false JJ swearing or perjury.' 0 So, therefore, If the Local Option law ed to legal matters, says there are women in tliu United States with should be'so amended as to penalize the licenses to practice law. Tho rest are buyer aswclluii tho seller, with the ad as usual, we suppose, laying down the dition to it applicable to gaming, the buyer could. in a prosecution against law to men other than the court. 0; $101,-000,00- 0. 20,-00- It U 44 years since Gen. Lee surren- II. The appointments of Oscar S. Straus as Ambassador to Turkey and W. W. Hockhill as Ambassador to Russia were announced in Washington. Omaha went Democratic in the municipal election by safe majorities for the leading candidates on the ticket, Mayor James C. Dahlman leading with not less than 3,000. Diplomatic relations between the United Stntes and Venezuela were comat an audience pletely given by President Taft to Minister Rojas, at which fclicitious addresses were exchanged. question. U Senator William O. Bradley delivered Judge Owdey hut recently accepted fWinij my invitation to a series of joint discus a tariff speech In the Sesat, one meeting in Lancas principally for a tariff on jute to pro. sions, but alter promised ter and one in Harrodsburg, for some tect the raisers of hemp. He on Kentucky reason unknown to me, he abandoned that if the duty wos put Republican as them and made conflicting appointments would become as safely for himself, to which I was not invited, Massachusetts. To determine who of the Negro sol and beside published his screed in the to diers who were discharged as the reAdvocate and the Interior Journal, "shooting up" of Browns which this is but a partial response. I sult of the give to any one who may ville are qualified for re enlistment, tho propose to appointed by outhority feel sufficiently interested, an oppor- court of inquiry, Wash tunity to hear my views in a series of of Congress, began its session at speeches to be yet delivered, and ington Tuesday. public and practices immorality; of the sincerity of the rampant temperance man who votes dry at the polls and retires to his officel and.lvotes wet out of his bottle. There is also a distrust of one whose reformation. If it has at alt occurred, is coincident with his candidacy for office. It may be that one may jump immediately from the swine trough to a feast of the fatted calf; but when it comes to the point of J Beeking credentials for apostlcship, I take it that the people would prefer that he should "tarry a while at'Jerusalem to wait for power from on high." In our joint discussion at Lancaster and at Harrodsburg I asked JudgeOws-le- y to say whether or not it is true that he voted against Wm. Goebel, and af terward declared that Gocbel's assasins oucht NOT to be prosecuted; whether or not it is true that he refused to vote for Gov. Beckham, and whether it is true, as reported, that he used his influence to induce Mr. J. N. Menefee to accept the republican nomination for sheritf four years ago, when the present sheriff, Mr. T. J. Hill, was the democratic nominee for that office. He did not then, nor has he yet, to my knowledge, denied any of these reports, and I shall, in the speeches I propose to make, again ask him to answer. As 1 take it, in a race for a democratic nomination it is of more importance to a candidate to show that he is a democrat than to vociferate about his very questionable record on the temperanco As Pretty As A Picture. We often say, and this is a case where the young man can look as fine as the man in this cut. This is one of our styles at $17.50, $20 and $25 in a dozen different shades. They are the best ready-to-wear clothing Stanford ever had. H. J. McRO BERTS, Stanford, Ky. POLITICAL. Prescription Pointers ! It is customary for every drugxiit to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. rl This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the PENNY'S DRUG Stanford, Kentucky. STORE, Stop The Kills ley to be present, assuring him I will The worst foo for 12 years of John division of time. grant an equal Deyc. of Gladwin, Mich., was a run- M. C. Saufley. Ho paid doctors over nine ulcer Then Huck- J400.00 without benefit. "PRESS ON." To (Written for the I. J. by The Captain.) Though dark the clouds that hover o'er Life's dreary path of sorrow, And waves dash madly on its shore, 'Twill brighter be The bitter cup we all must drink, So what's the use repining, And in our journey ever think That clouds hnve silver linings. The roads before us, we must on, There Is no chance of turning; Press onward and the goal is won, 'Tin fully worth the earning. Then struggle on and make your mark, What'er may be the morning, 'Tis true the way we go is dark, 'Twill be brighter with the dawning. If friends we love passed on before, Have left our hearts In sorrow, Yet we should struggle all tho more, To meet them all And when at last we walk that shore And bid farewell to sadness, We'll sing with dear ones evermore, In songs of joy and gladness. If you ik'nlreu. clear eomploxlon lake Foley 'a Orlno Laxative for constipation and liver troublo us it will stimuund tborougly late thebo organ cleanse your system, which Is what ovcryono needs in tho Spring In order to feel well. Now Stanford Drug Co. m s, I again respectfully invite Judgo Ows- Fiend. Are You Going To Build ? Brick Dwelling or len's Arnica Salve killed the ulcer and While wo nro hero to build the Lincoln county court house ami, should Holls, cured him. Cures Fever-SoroHheuin. Infal the building fuvcr strike you, why not have a )itt!o talk with us? We uro Felons, Eczema. Salt lible for Piles, llurns, Scolds, Cuts, n a better ioeitioii to build you n nico Corns. 25o at Penny's Drug Storo. A Neat Business House i- fcttf J 5 J 55 1 CLP being nblo to buy all matcrinln cheaper mid therefore nro in position to put n building up for ii considerable lower price. Nothing too large or too small and tho distaneo will not atop ua from figuriug with you, ruattcnt not where you live. We invite nny prospective builder to givo us a trial. Wo furnii-- all plans any epccih'cutions for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. - til ss z 511 u5g FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. a The American Fence. The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension It U iU aktf CM S ae Curve; Which bus placed it in tlio market second to none. hull strong, pig Cull mid sco it. oa UM tight, ucll galvanized mid of tho host l(ceciiicr steel wire. Sonio interesting prices for next 30 days. Keo tho Poultry Fenco wo have. A test in tho courts of the Tennessee prohibition laws Is regarded as a I UJ GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. it ?' iff, - -- t-- j i'. SAMPSON will ninke the IWXltcnsonr nt my fnrin where Htnnfnnl on tlio I lire. H mil. Hniilh UrliiK roll 8onieractilaiiniintnlnauren won Thla young luck's roll nuiri' In premiums In 10711111I iKHlhnn nny Jack in tlrtt coin hitve netcr the county. Ilia rn hriiten In their clnaan roll nml nml look like winner for ipe. They were alum nnt nil locnl fnlraloth )cnra and nl Islington nml Kentucky Hlnln Fntr In v Hla Hit roll wna ltt wlnncri nt Htnle Knlr nml nt acirral lornl fiilri, Home of hi IW7, litMtlud !( rolti lire on my firm loahow for tlicinacltet. J. II.IIAt'HIIMAN. l'lione in, Hlnnfonl, ky lo yenr-Un- it Ken-tiirk- y Red Squirrel. 11 a.1 V 'I Wllluint tlieacnanunf lt nt our atnble. mile from Htnnfonl, on llieHtiinfnnlitnd homeraet Ur-- , t 110 to Inatiren lltlng roll He It n ml sorrel, I jmra old, lit hnmli high nml n nnturnlanddiennd hnrnea horse, hnspUMityotstylenndnrllnn.slrt-- by he by Chester Dnre, No. Hi, N. H. II It. tin tiy lllark minimi W, he by 71, li by Klnii W llllnm 07. lie by Wellington Denmark l, he by Oalnva by k Oltl l. Utilnm by llinck lcome,hi Htonewall Jackson, tin by Washington Denmark, nnd he by linporleil llrtlgctord. mddnni Mnmbrlno Chtrt. A llitn returned on nil roltauntll theaenaon inonry U pnlil. t'nrr- tnkrti to prevent orcur, feo paid by him, less his proportion of the costs already teemed from advc--tisibat not rraponalble ahould nny Hrman ninneydue whenmarclatrnrtnl or and preparing for tho election. parted with. M KrUH,t ms 5. The polls shall bo opened in each nnd every precinct of all the counties in tho district aforesaid. In tho usual and regular voting places. G. Upon the closing of the polls, the ti. .1 invT.vfrolil. lilnrknolntt.il) hnndt ofliccrs shall proceed to count the balhcnvy mniie nml tall, lots and to mako returns, and in so do hllih nnd full made, good Ume, splendid Imrk nnd lino neck. well ing shall bo governed by tho provisions riniiiinini el In niRII moilllleil Blinuiucrs, nIn Imriirn of the general election laws, and tho hint only bred horae, but I I tins nnd n more erfecl hnrncts horseextreme returns shall be mado to tho chairmen nru r settn.rnu slep lery fnsi with lit to of the respective counties in the dis high nclmn nil nround nnd I think Htnlo Inline of the best stnlllona In Hot wnlk-tni- t to trict, who will deliver tho lined lo, toget i!0l tho certificates, and any questioned bal nml hualnvss hortea tbut will bring jou lots to this committco. fnncy prlcea. Hi hat tome yearling nml 7 The officers of election shall bo se I Invllc hntilert low. coll. Hint I'mdiiiur. Lincoln Hiulrrel wna aired liv lected from lists to be olfercd by the Marlon Muiilrrel, uk, he by llinck Hiulrrel, candidates. In accordance with tho pro l lie by llbick Kxalc. 71. lie I" Klnn visions of me primary election law, by 87. Marlon Hiulrrel'allrst dam hvoreeu Mountain. 2nd dam by Hughes' Kdwln Knr the district committee. dam. nt LincolnbyHiulrrel's first llnrse, hnte 8. Each candidate shall be entitled to lull Mmu'IKit Mi'iv mirr brother 10 Maude Messenger, record, t.ln. designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee in srnil dam Mnrln Winiiw by Manilirlno n full brother to ljuly Thorn. I.tl.a-i- l tho district, not less man five days linn Uollln t'row ! Ilrlm'. torktliln-lllnr- of May 15. 1909. tho name of one per roiulrrvl'i uniinl ilrn l tti .Ire tmbllc lior.oi limn son for each voting precinct in each nor. noltil l nn i.lbi-- horns in lh world, inchn. ounty, to net as challenger nnd inspec Kntv, Knl 'nulrrel nml muny ottirr. Will innkntt'PvnMin of tor for said candidate nt said primary InMtnnfonl nt llf.to election. iwwnt mv lurry lumrr n llMngrolt. MonrJ dun whwi colt 9 On the next dav after tho returns It (iinsl or inure imrlwl with. shall have been made, the committee shall meet and canvass the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination. 10. Tho chairman of the district Is di rected to employ n person to copy from Uvl orr-- l liorw. lcnnlililihnniUIilla wi'liihl nml Iniik. vltrn li turnout romlilvr nml MI.-.lr. Il'-- the regular registration books tnnile in wliola too well known lo nil tiiirt.llifll Danville and Harrodsburg in 190S. the V. lonerddrcrlitlniinml by imllKn-'- , h byII.tl names of all democrats, and the person ilnm Wllke. K. I so employed shall return tho copiei, l.littii Ittiiniii wna lny M11I1I by ('clllii certified as required by law, to the i.W. on of the urrnt llnmtfltii S llkw: Inil Iniu Vrll l old llnlwirn;rttdnm Noondny chairman, who nhall canto them to be I'llot. duly delivered to the ofllcers of election. by rl KI1110. Ith ilnm MliliilKht l Jr Mh dniii TwliiKlil I iv ltlin;ton: th Tho chairman is further directed to linrknet.by Wnxnur tlnm InotTrrtnittlir rrlrc ofthla pronililiis cause to be printed nnd prepared for uifii In m)Iiir thnt uso tho requisite number and kind of oimir tlnlllon wefi-with lilt tlir,al le, form, apwd nml nctlon ballots, which shall bear the facsimile n urwil .lock llmt h la lioiind to iroe lUrry lmrn In of his signature, nnd ho will procure borar Will .tnnd nl my coll, PUnlord nt ltolnaiirn lltlnumnrv ninii-r- r tho necessary election supplies and irtnl dun whru colt I. fonll or hint liefore brrtnlliiK cau'o them, together with the ballots, Willi lUimre lo . to be delivered to the ollicers of elec our ,kmI mnn ..p K tion, as required by law, 11. Tho chairman will cruso copies hereof, certified by himself and tho of the committee, to b posted at the court house door in Stnnford, aiii. r'ouryrnra I.iincaaler. Danville and Harrodsburg, I HIITION ANiillMrrniM hrlKlit Uy with 1" t of and in 20 other conspicuous places in 01.1 .J linn.lt. tjn. , conformation mid iicllon. Mliwl by narh county In tli iji(rict for rin le J.... w ) tV ItlttlO. ,,H. iV. b riw.ter than 10 days prior to Mav 15, 1909. nml I irit ilnm Ml" Mndlton I lire l" MwomtdHin li IVnvliie "A. Thlnl notieu shall bu published In each tilt by Hlonvwnll JuoVmiii 71. democratic newspaper in the district. no InlriKluctlon N..ir.. Ttitt Imrw G. L. Penny, Ch'mn tottiB HHiilof Uu coimtt He Ima livfii nu.1 In toe the puWIc iniwii CliKNAULT HUGUELY, Scc'y. la known to nil. utile.' It to lilt allow rn mil Kentucky Inat ui tie wnttliown nil in"nml met ilefeiil triKonbyC T. KhihIIUii only nfw timet lie wiitnrouinl uobor.e. luwrl ever) rek nvnlnat allugettntwwp-ttnk- r tnildle rlnct nod wa ntner lurtlii I'liiiiiinlou allow ttnllloil of K iitueVi liorao unIn k Ihnn icctHHl. Ilelantlmwwon Temple Hill huh'. Kami oulto In liurneaa b Ima anddle til nnnl'rof rondtterrlmit. lln defrntetl nil Hlrrol ll.'ii llur. wlunerof urnnil winner New lork, IjiiI.v lied f, 11.. nl NlcliulHiMlle In blit rondtler rlni;. walk trot C'lin.riilcnao, inn) the gre) gtld-Infrom hla breedlni; lie lint two orott-eo- f oil thai won the middle nml llinck hnulrrel. two of lVulne. twoof Hi the neuluck) etnle Kntr. hnrneta ctaawa Inn, nml more If you nre looking for HioiiewnllJnrkton IiIimmI. here It la. fnttilonnhleuddlhoreu nil nil will breed teittua Hum nil) alitllloulnahow luiri.it nnd hentuck). nml tco Ulm do him good one, or IKIn future n colt, nnd In Mm. lltUrnahitt tlmu of aenlce.K.OOIHI Will acne a limited numb r or mnrra nt It Mill, f.ki(ointiirn llv l(ic cult. HurrodahurK, Ky Iliac-KaglDen-murnrcl-ilent- a ng Call For Pfimtry. 1909. Ctll for Democratic Primary In the Wn will atntiil nt my farm nenr Hllna Anderann the 13th Judicial District mde by tho Demo I..V Mhlnh lia utl a . irnll.n a .,.n a. t Ifal cratlc District Committee. 1. A primary election Is hereby called, by lieu amnion, lieu Ilex, to bo held In the several votirtft pre- Hid ivnTineIlex IVnvlnn. nt 11(1 Jr., Intnrn n to itnl. ha liv cincts of Lincoln, Uoyle, Garrard and III Inn colt, lln will 1m tiermlttcd to a.rw Mercer counties, between G A. M. and 4 on!y n limited number of tnnrea. W, ".(JiilMrsA LktI tin 1., I. M., on Saturday, May 15, 1909, for rrencheritllie. tho purposo of nominating democratic candidates for the olllcea of circuit JuiIro nnd Commonwealth's attorney In and for tho Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, to be voted for at the reg- Wlllumke thn aenaon of lwi nt our atnbln, IS mllea Northwest of Htnnfonl, Ky., nt III! ular November election, 1909. to Insure n lliliiK colt, llinck Joe la by 2. All democrats who are Icjral voters I'realon (i, Kentucky 'a greatest andille hn by WnahlnKlon AI: llinck Jon'a 1st shall bo entitled to vote In said primary lam Lucllo by.Mrasenger l)tinuinrk!2d ilnm election, and nro requested to do so. llettle llnhlnton hr Itoblnton'a Vermont 3. Any person who desires to bo n llnmbletonlaiii hnlsn nry film Imtlvldunli hnnda, candidate for tho democratic nomina- black with onewhltDfootJaliindai.'iV, tndiiler WTlRht U"l pound t; a yrnra old line tion for circuit judge or Common- nnd very thowy Inhnrnesttof line sty lennd wealth's attorney shall not later than nctlon. Hee him before you book your April 30th, 1909, give notice of such in- innri a. due If mnre It trnded or pnrtrd Henaon tention, in writing, to G. L. I'enny, with. All rnrn will ho taken to mold not respontlhleaboiildnnyocrur, chairman of tho District Commttteo of J. It. KAIilAWiNH. tho Thirteenth Judicial District, and, In Htnnfonl, Ky. addition, candidates for tho nomination for circuit judgo shall, at tho time of giving said notice, deposit with the GOLD BOND aforenaid chairman tho sum of ?VK), Hnoedyinn of the Wilkes family. Fooled .lny 1), (KM. and candidates for the nomination for StKM.-lted lloml. It'd Wilkes, Commonwealth's attorney shall, at 'the (Icorxe Wilkes, llvwllck's llninblelonliiu. Old time of giving said notice, dcKsit with Iiamh. Onmfx'lln wllkr It lie ureiitesl III Inxalru of trotterai. ind ilnm ('. K, I'lny tho chairman $300. (told for more money thnnnny horse ever 4. Said District Committee shall meet brouKht to lloyle count) I. !lnl dam ht. irtt Klmoro prmluceil Idol nml Iwo Danat tho ofllce of tho secretary in lieltiTthnnXltl. bhe la In the old ville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May 5, others mnre Hat, brood 1909, nt 2 P. 11., and if, at tho expiraThis roll Is n hnmlsomo, ilnrk bay, 1SJ1 tion of tho time fixed by Section 3 hniids.of grent sulMtnnni nnd style. I'an handn hereof, thero be not mora than one can- allow fa forty clip, without nny trnck ahould ling, headed, easily handled, didate for circuit judge or Common- triiuamltletel form, at) In nnd speed to hla areiit nt fancy wealth's attorney who has complied colta, which should sell rendlly ln'intmy Will with the conditions of Section 3, then nrlcia.mldwny ninkn the aentou of nod Hlnntiirni lielween Dntiillle bo tho fonl on the hliort plkunt 110 to Insure n liv-Itho committco wilt declare to coll. Will lie hnndled for speed nfter nominee for the ofllce sought, that person who Is the only candidato, and shall aensou. (I. T HMIT1I, It. V. I). No. 1, llox II, A refund to such candidato tho entrance bT.i.Nnmii, K). 1'boDO 111 A, liamllle. 1'rrncli-eravllln SEASONOF DR. E. C. TEST, (Sticccasor Dr. II L. Casey ) 3 k Veterinary Sureeon and Dentiit. Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College. I'hona t1. Office nt D. K, 4 An Ideal Walking Oxford Iignn'a Htabte. DANVIU.E, KY. STONEWALL JACKSON, "Black Joe" PkPWVCB JR. VERY SWELL. Eiact Reprodjcl.on nf V.c E a III atnl-lio- ut This nnn black saddle ttnllloil wna tired bythngrent snddlt breeding atnlllon. Old Hlonewnll. This rolt'a cinm wntn Denmark mnre. lie Is n nice colt. Hn hn colt to prorn hi good breeding. Will stand nt mo Inture until wennlng time. We hold n lien on all colt until pnld for. Ilnrren mnre mnde to ttnnd by thelinprrgnntor. We bnio IHTfect tucceaa In till breiillng. ILLY IRECKINMDGE. This lino black Jnrk wn tired by Mnjnr John D. Ilnrrls' Imported Jack. He will innko the season of lliv nt my Imrn nt in to Insure n colt until wennlng time. HI get of Hart I now on my farm to show for hja good breeding. lie I n aura foul getter. A.T.TItAYMJIt A HONh. I'lenrnnt Hill Ilreeillng Knrm, Htnnford, (. K. D. No, VPHBR Lajv iMi ''rslrn ' i StI 'hoe. OXFORDS Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for Beau Naboth 45,006, Jlenu Niiltolh'ailnm Norn Ilniighuinn by oy r.ieciioneer 131; 71111 until In J.,iiyMetrnMilllnu 1:171. Dy Hnmbleton-In- n III: ilrd dnui Joseuhliinbr Mnmbrliwi HtnrllgnlilDlf by Dnrlbny III; 4th dnui Mnry Wit hers by Oilier thorough lirnl);Mli duiu oy i agoer;oiu iinm oy n Trniihy; 7th dam by Thornton's llnttler llenll Nalioth Is n handtnme bnr. stnnillnir ISJIH hands, of great style und nctlon and hn proied hlsnlilllty to Impnrt hi ouall-tie- s to his colts. Will ilnml nt the bnrn of Kellx White, mile Houth of Htnnford, nenrHomerset plku nt IS to Insure n living colt. Mnre from ndtstnnco grnicd nt 01c n w eek Money due when mnre It trnded or pnrtitl with or bred clsow hero. Thn liest eronnl earn tiiken, though no rciontlblllty for or etenpes. When nililtnlile Imnrepnntor will lie used, J. M. rKTTl'H, Htnnford, Ky. 1 1 By Naboth 10.110. mi it THE WARFIELD. Trlnll.II trotting. Inrk bay atnlllon, IS y hnnda: foaled August llsil. lstdnui Ilex Amerlcus aan, (.)enrold 1:111., aire of llattlelon, 4)enr-ol- d record record l:v American Ih'lle, and IS others In im list; n ton of Onwnrd lilt, reconlJiSS, tire of Onwnrd Hill erj:ir.', nnd ITO others tu the IJ list. Onward was 1 nil ny Ueorge Wilkes IV. Ind ilnm liuermn.tln-- by Mnmhrtno King 1X75, sire of 1 Including fjnlynf the Manor Derby I.UT', Heir nt l.aw I.it'4 rtOI',. six oiheralnl.ln Srddnm iHillel, by NutworKl ftii, the sire 01 111 in ne nil, Ith ihim.TotuK by Htrntliinnre im, sire of the Hit Slli iliiui, Mlllnrtl by Albion, Ath flam Nmt by Kdwln KorettjTtli iliiui Ijtadjr Turner by MnmbrlnnChlif il. The Wnrlleld Ian repretenlntlve slnlllnn In nil thuwonl Implies, lo sn) thnt he hut sue, siibttiince nmt tM.tsl onl) 111 part theiinnllllescoinblnl In this son of Hare lH'tll. He has tlieniand the) are of such armmetrlcalchiiriirter nt tomnke I1I111 n stallion nuioiig innli). Ills heml and neck, lHnly, and legs nre ierfect nnd when in connection with his faultless gnlt nnd great I11 nut) nre rt(Mcliilly Imprettiie. ou should ds horte lielore lirtrllnar. You wlllsnr too ueier looketl lit bctti r one. The Wnrlb id Is Hie only atnlllon thnt has' dams In the great brood mnre Hit. He lint two Mambrlno King crottea, two Mnmlirlno I'ntclivn two Mambrlno Chief, one Chimes,! Onwnrd I Oeorge Wllket, I Kite- Htraiiimore, more utwood, lloneer. trottlim crottes limn nnt atnlllon lie. The Wnrlleld la by Dure IIJ3, record liiu. He b) Mnmlirlno King l?7ii. be by . he by Mnmbrtno .Mnmbrlno rmrheu Chief II Ihim Merceiles, by Chliuea fan, b liV Dure It great winner. He won the rhnmplonthlpnt the Nntloiiiil Horse Hhow in rwi.cint 1, urti imomii norae hiiow in Ivi, cni IS rhiimplontlilp National llorte Hiiow lvj, c,n, j llrtt National HorseHhow li V. clntt in. chniiiplonthlp Nntloiiiil llorte llrtt Nntlnmit llorte Hhow I'Jiii. class .1 llrt Natloiml Horse Hhow- llaii, class lu. llrtt llotton Horte Hhow litu, class S, retene loton llorte Hhow Ittc;. rlnss I; second llotton Horte Hhow !ltt,clnss8. second llotton llorti Hhow llal,clntsl. reverie llotton Horse Hhow iltal, data I, tlilnl Horte slum Hl.clns7. He slnd The lleaii Mi'nl I.I51,. ialre of 1'rlncest Helen tMl'ia.i IVlllt luiughterlMV'.. Hariili n'4. Dare iK'lll.Jr. r:SS t season lit mv farm Will make Hie mile from Mi Klnui'i, K .,nt Jl.Mo Inture on. l.lliiiu H. M.OWKNH.McKlnney.Ky. Nntigh-tylllrlb1 PRESTON 922. Chnmplon S tucky. Winning nt nil the Kentucky fairs und also nt the horte show at HufTnlo N. V.. Ht. I.oulMo..nnd Kansas C'lly. mreu ny wnsningion, mi. oi. First ilnm Hell, by Ilhoderlck No, o. Hecond dam by Denmark. He Is ii brown horse l&i hands high with fine ati l and icry high nctlon. It Is useless to say more about him lis the people of this nnd tho adjoining counties know- hi record nan aiiow nortennu nnoior urecciing pur poses. lie will liinke Hie teuton of W'J, nt my aiaoie inurnoiirciinni, Ky., ni me reason1 aide llmireof Mil. to Insure n II vine colt. Will keep iimriaou grnta nt Ii jut month. nui win nui o" responsiuie jnr acciiieiii or escnjie of stock. Hearon la ilue If mare Is traded or parted tilth, or bred to other stock. J.C.H.MLKV. Oral) Orchard, Ky. - Lincoln Squirrel. ui Vol.11. united aaddle stnlllon of Ken- 111 Men. women and i stub-book- s, hlgh-clns- llu Wit-lin- Children. i U -l oft Hlnr-llgt- be-fo- ru 11 ht REVERSA 47162. bred by (I A C Irolleiln mll.i lu hnndllug. Hired by with three weeks' (lainlielta Wilkes liVsi.IMv1. Hn 1:07 list. IS lii I. lo list, ti In 1:15 Hat. M lit the S:su list. II In the :cl lttt. Ilrn ml sire of 3l!i trotter und uici rs with records of or lietter. one of his great grand sons Is credlliil with i: k rioruiers. and ins iiescenunuis in ::J list, all told, nre now uliout 87Uln nunilnr. lstdnm I'lnk Htnrtle by Mnmbrlno Htnrtle fall, sire of ulnnil iliiint o( .'..Including 1:05, Curd 1:07, Cliealey I:l nnd others. Ind limit Martha, by L) le Wilkes IA.VI, sire a :( is I . . John of 7 unit ilium of llettle T.I3W1,, Cling I'll1, and other Srddnm KlUa.bi Imp. Uuckden. Ileiers will make the present teuton at the stable of James McKechlile near lloto I nil re u Ling colt. I" Cecil, 1 10 hlgli-cin- i. w 11 r Illijh-Inm- l'l'hnndt. foaled l'antllle. Kv. III llant. Cummins & Wearen, lrn 1 1 I:i Red Light. lll ill 11 'ft (Jul-net- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ili-l- 11 lt iy:l, lt I llllli-blc- - Hot-to- n At the same time and place I Mill stnud, black Inck formerli owuid b) M. II. Kulsinks. He Is ii Ilue llvlli iduul and his colts apeak louder than words of his ouiilltlemit n breeder. This will m his third senton. tin for mare mule ,7 for horse mule. .1, t.. .MI'kll'II.MK, Illlllllle, K) LEADER. the ort-ten- 1 11 1 GALTON 12910. Heatou of HSH. Hire of Cah In C. S:lt.4 VI Hums, nun six oini ra wiiu trials irom s:jij to z.i1. d ino-- o are ine oni) otiesinniitereeieriiniHl-lefur speed Also the sire of one datit with one tu the !::) list. Hired by Uitmlicltn WilIn the Iriai list, lit In kes S:Ui',. the tiro of S:liland tH'tur, clalinetl to be the greatest sire In tli. world, ltt dam Dnltv Kleld i grand ilain of in Ith records of from 1:17 to .o4.i i.iilirei .v, ,l, 1,1 ii.tiao. IulI.0 In. duiu liv Hfc ley's American Htitr. Kntleid ?:A hnt! In ?:.ki. hit daughter linni i) In Inddniii Hulrkttep by Ken.i. or tucky 1'rlnce. Jr.. sire olJ.iJ, S.17',, nnd dams of 15 in the :.:ki llt .Ird dum b) Old Joe, sire of the dam of J O fYY L kr Chester Peavine 11 sec-rotn- ASHLAND BROOK, No. II7SH.I Vol. II A T. U.K., bred by l.ugene Iluek-e- r, Oeorgi town. Ky. Athland liruok was nuii.si luu. toiiu ou wiiu leu uiua 1001 ff Jl .flHBaV jaVSaW IC&IWt 4lK &JaV MStlBD 'BaBab. attLasu. BaWaaBaEr I lit) Jf ri 111 e 11 -- Hi-- ALL PEAVINE, KUbJect to llriiUUT. Ti.it t.i.r.. u Hire, tenra old. ii red aorrel.ik cooj tlisiiwl one mill iiagtMnl nnlte.1 one at - ': 11111 011 f. 1.. I, win .hiii&n it! I over tllrt Htntulmt Sfur una..... nn" . a... ..... . i.a i fftntfLBaiia nml wiia ouiy n iimi atnlllona once under until Ion ml once 111 lmrnrat. Hefent.il Uith tlmea nlij Ilia hull brothera. ho ou n h hnau't luid record na it allow horae. lie la nil hla nnme limiHea. lieliiKalrnlb) Ilex ISitMiie IHt. Ittiliini l IVm Ine .nd duiu by Wnrrru IliirrU' by John Notely. If sou are lookliiitfnr len Ine bloo.1 here It la. Will lie permitted lo aerte limited number of niareaitt latto liuure llxlnif colt. Alanmu time nml nluce will annul two Rood mule Incki nt f.t to Inauru ll UiK coll. lliev Theae Jack need no udvertialmi iiktdiiiH.iuu.iiirti teiitiina nt thla burn nnd due et cry one know a their colla. Hen Ice h iiiitrv on nil the. itboendertlaedatockwheii ItaoliLlrudwIorbreil lo other atock. Iue 111 uil cuaea wneu con it imucu. ii". ' n-- ii" Ima 11 11 llrcdbyOol. Hull Anderaon.MoKlnney.Ky, ThU atnliloti la n dark buy, yenri old, ID lunula I Inch high, with beat of iKine.nclloii, n cry liwavy iiiiiiiu uuu inn, wull brvd one you will ace he Una n"" na you can uuu iu eouutj, lliilniitawua aired by J'ecllluu Phlof. lat ttiiibyUltlniuiiiddmbylllll'ermiuti rd ilnm by lluy lllckj Itli dam ty Hl Htocklngt. thla oflerlnu the aenlcea of need NtirL.-- In -- ..,.. .1.1III1111. I i,.lihnthulawhiit wi b'eedlliK.aUe, to niirotourtock. He Imiwill get lioiaea nud nctlon. lne, aHHMl tu work. ell He nlao to make nnd blgriiuiiKh brood iiinrut. hee I1I111 lieforeI ) ou orceu a oil well enough you will breed to htm. Ho l...l .. u.l Ir.iltur.. TKUMtt. Will aluml him nt low nrlceof 110 wue to Inauru lit ing con. wrimairouim bred to coll la lonli-d- , mnre trnded, aold or other atock. t tame time nnd place thotwogoodmulo ou nil litcka, Jim I'orler nud llrluuollu. IncU know how theae (mure breed. colt. Money n llrlttlt fri to TKHMH. duo na w Itli abut e nd ert land atock. H. I). bOUUDKIt, MoKluuey, Ky. DALMAS. white, tlniida haiidt high. I'Kliliillkl. Hired b) silent brook. No. IWiv, record l:Ht',, the tire of Margaret ItathKiite. t. II', llettle llrook. 1.I1 S;17, Iji. ily lleilhroolt.t.im. Jennie llrook. 4 i:l7i I jid) llrook, i:.i Llllott Hlom , 1:1-nun iiuiiuiiig iirook, j.i. niieui nrook In iNjirknlglit, No iii'. Hie tire ut Hearcli-ligh- t .'.Ki1, llrlKlitllghl, J.i"',. and alpa. lmrknlgiil sueil by Aiooiie No. ts. 2 Ixii, .' 17. litiiiid llrook's Ittiliini lluiin ren In Athmnd Wilkes, lAl.iecord S:i.' ln alrt 01 J0I111 It. lieiilr).!.!"1 j. Hall) It.il l.'tt1,. ttiliiud Wilkes tirM b) Wllket, I. IV, lie 1) lluiliir Wilkes, Kelolld dam, Hide I.ill),ni I'reliudi r, H&t, 3nl dam by Jim Monroe. MB. Noil .t.liiuud llrook Ian hnudtnme felImld wa) low Willi loll 01 subtlaui-i- , has of going will! aieiHl, tt.ile mid iicttun. Hla oluett crop of loll 1111 two, )cars old, and they all hearthe) am till uuu could vxK-cling good colora with plenty ul alte, and gnat atylenud tlnltli. Athland llrook will make the pretenl aenton ul Ij lo Inture III lug roll. Will itltotlaud the great mule nud Jennet Jack, Ulllv Keeufl, lit 1U lor inures and A III Int. colt. Hilly tor Jennet 10 Inture Kteue was alrt d b) Tom Kevne; latdaiu b) llulilile't llm Imp. ralerino, Iildaiuby llluckburuann the h'onlcil May S. llacf, black w It h w lllte point t. 1'rlnce, Hillytire 0IJ00ttiimlt full Id bauds, Keeiie 1 lunula. rtlriHlbyWouderT9i.be liv Dig black, with white polutauhd a u breeder la Tom, he by llelknap. ditiuUhcmiult Jen- uuturputsediiainuleurjeuuct Juck. his cults net MT b linportiu JuhiImi. nlwii) a bringing the highest prlcea. Mares Will make the tent nil of l.tUlit my fiirm t traded, mined with or bred elsewhere for mllea from lluttonitlleon the llliirkilUeat felta llm Insurance nml money become iluu US for lenneta nml lln for nmrea. to In.ure. I no uinu 01 sueil iraiisuciiuu, I will nlao ataud aeiernl other Jacka nt flu ul forninrva, Alto aeiernl stallion nt JiU to luaiiren III Inir colt. Unit furnlthed nt iK'rmoiilli. Jeiiuetaor iiuirea parted witu iorfella tho Insurance ami iniikea teuton (No. SVal. I money due. Vol. B. A. H. 11. It KlugKagleli lAhundt J. K. ItAl'dHMVN. high, dark luy with How lug iimno nnd tall, Hutlouilllo. Ky. goeaull the gulls with plenty of speed, ai)lo anil nctlon. I'KiiuiHKK. Hired by llo)ul King, gftS, he by On Time, 715, he by Hlonewrill Jiiukaou, It. lto nl King's 1st dam Mollle Mounta, aill, was by tho noted aire f ahbeH'a Islington K. H. King Kagle's 1st dam Hip, Si'H, by I'khiiiukk. Hlrvit byH. T. Hnrrla Klnic she by Kngleillrd.lUH he Ion,Old King Ka- Keil I, .Ird dam by Knule, Vol. D.A.H. II. It.. No. VM, he by flo.Tdii. Iddaiii by hi) by Miller's Denmark, IKiiiinurU. hubyOti Time, 715. he by Ho)ulKlnitS iiiiorougnureu.) Jim Hlonewnll Jnuktoii.Tz. Ituvul Kliiji'alat ilnm 40, tin mini uy l.' 11I.1 lieu ....... 1. 1. ....,.,.. II..... L'lm. I. .1 Mollle Mouuti ttol. waa liv the noted aire, rnblM'll'a lslUKlou, K. H. Klllif Kitulea, lat ik liriiiler of lino colored and high alyletl ilnm HIptttTV, ahe by KiikIu lllnl lull, he by cunt, iney uu nuviiin tue, siyieiiuu aciiou. Old Klim Knule T.'i. Slid .linn Ited Lion, nl Ho aired thecoll thai won the !.'! stnke at the SluOalnkuut dam by llarria Deuuiiirk, lie liv Miller Den- IheHlanford Kalr.audfour of the get of the here mark IS; Itliiliini tiyJIni lloll.Tiiorou.libnil. greut Hex lVailne. Thlaget of King Kagle'a KIiik Lunle. Jr'., lat dam waa Mollle llrennon, alio by Old Dreniion.'iiddaintHip-pe- r wasaecoudill tile Ktitiniieni Iiurrodaourg und defeated llottom.umtjruiit Imcato llavy Urockelt, wlthlleutrle two out of threethe coll that ahow a. Hla atnke Notk. Kimr Knule Jr.. la four era old. won tills 111 ilemnnu, nring I lie highest prlcea. w Ii one w lilte hind foot, ulre lunue coiuuru ilnrk bay King Kagle will liniketlie present aeatonal ami inn, ainmia 11111 toy, unnua iiinu, wvikui, the fow price of IIS to Inauru a living colt. I.oIIm nud well proportioned eiery wuy, Will alto stand the greul inulu Jack, Jim A combined atiilllou with plenty of apeed, Keene, at III) fur mare and 15) for Jennet atyl nud action, and hla colt a ahow Unit lie to Insure a llilugcolt. Jim Kenno, sired by la a aplendld lireeder. He will make theaca-to- o of Iltaintuiy tuirn, one tulle West of the great Hilly Keene, lstdnm by the Imp. on Kltliluu Urcck at flu to In- JoliuWella Hid dam bylleecher JIuiKeeue Wayneahurif la Wt hunda high, llinck w It Ii w iille points, a sure n III lnu coll, Muret traded, parted with or bred else- great mule Jack, All of the nboie mentioned ttock will where, without my content forfelta the ty, and I lie money liecouieadueut audi make tho season of llaaj at our atatile1.111) uuiua 11 uatui niauioru 011 me. nueiuy trauaactloa. Hum will lie taken to pruient tilke. Mare trnded. parted with or bred accldenta but nut reaMnalble should any oc- elwwhere forfelta tho luauranct) and money cur. at the time such transaction. l'lione In realdenoe, Wnymaburg Kurt liecoiuea due Informationofcall on or address for further inert Kxolinngv, H.T. HAUHIHA HOIIT, WOODH, O.O.OALIIWKLL A HON. II, K, I), No. f , Wuynetburg, Ky Htanford, Ky, I'hone TI, 111 nil S. v 1, !'. RED LEAF -- N lo-le- r, ln rhniu-plonthi- n 11 lilgli-prlci- Iilgli-claa- a 11 11 liuiion carries the blood of four lending amliletoiilan, Wilkes, .Mnmbrlno Hi ele) ' Aiiierlrnii Htnr ttiilton'seolts hale gone ngalLst and defeat! d the l at lu harness rlates unit roadster rings lh,-- are In great deiiiand, selling as high nt tl.un uftir maturity. ) curlings from ft.VI tolVl (inltoii will stnud lit ill) stable I miles West of llustont Hie on plku nt $15 to Inture n living colt Money due If mnre Is trailed after being bred. 1'leiity of grass at ii M per mouth, anted expressly for inn res, no other stock mixed with mures, ha grass lots and large stable for mares to foal, drain fed at cost. l'lione In residence, llustont Hie Kxchnnge. W M. DODI). HustoiiMIle, Ky. Chief and fa mill s II .17U. aHVaBVaBUaHMaHtiaHWaBB aP Vj9&n9tESYaBBYaHYaflYal CHOICE GOODS. ll 11 Urlg-null- a. 1.1 KING EAGLE. King Eagle, Ir.f Hired by I'ri tlon Vii. by Wiithlngton !U, by tee nnd Is subject to Inspection nt any time. Oioinwi'll 73, li Waahlugtoii Denmark Ul. His sire waa the champion ahow horte for 1st dum Hnhy l'ence, aired by I'.uoch ,r-de- n, fi'iiri.unil his dam H.iby l'ence was the mare foryear lu Kentucky, ind dam IjhI) I'eucu by Almont for-re- st ?nlt,rdilani by (liirriird Chief We class this colt as one of Kentuck)'beat young atnlllon 1'n r roll l'retton.lienutlful dapple lmy com-blue- d itiilllons. Thla iiiugnllli'cutly bred will muke the teuton of llsxiat mv ttiibleat atnlllon IU full, foaled May SI, Ilia) Will let him serve it few- - upproved mnre Htnnford. Ky.. ibetter known u the Dr. Hal- weighing l,uV)pouuda, full made from end le) place i nt 115 to Inture it llilugcolt. to end. lie Is madewUbout a full It and Is at !2Sto Insure n thing roll. d n Itcitullful chestnut, one of tho Illicit Mures pastured at Ji.JO ier mouth, but not aaddle stallions Don Vnrrlck la Ht-abort back, Inniy bone; In fact the highest thnt Kentucky Ima ever produced. He has retoiitlble should accident occur. I) pe ol the trotter. He Is by the great On- no weak points nnd Is able lo golniinvrom-puny- . W. O. WAI.KKIt, Htnnford, Ky. ward Hllier S:ii11,, that won the fl.KO Trail-a)liiiti- ln This coll Is worth coming mile to In n toien hint nice lulioi and the amue )ear won the HOMO Huuuer Memnrlul and the M.A M In broken bints and told for Don VnrIJI.UU nnd later sold for rlck Is bred exactly like Hpnnlsh0.ueeu that won the t5,iuiTrniis)lnnliiln Han, making n record of I:U7 and waiclaaaed ntooeotthe hlir four. Iieliigoueof the greatest money winner on the grand circuit Inat ear. Onwnrd Hllier la by Onward. one of the great est nun lust sous ui ueorge ii nxcs, Hothe ward's ilnm wit the dam of Director, ontiro of that greut family of trotters nnd cers. Dolt Vitrrlck'a 1st ihim wn by Wilkes Hoy, by Oeorge Wilkes, n full sister to The Wng HISM, ami half sister to Madeline cflfOLL p?esrov. DON VARRICK. ti5,. Dainty Anlle Strap Pumps. lln. a. Every Young Lady who delights in Cool, Comfortable 1 the dnnt of Hubher Ilio. Winchester I:U'4, Iltliy wiiton zo. nnu ansa ii.zcti, Doll Varrlck's dmn produced Dr. Conner that narcd it nuhllo hnlf mile ou the Lexing nnd .old fo ton truck nt lit mouth In I N, W, Hublugcr, of N'uw Haven, Conn., for lU'O. Hhenlao protluctvl Maggie Igo that trotted a half tulle on the same track ut Id inonuit in nil nnu soin lor l'liute nolo the rloh luherltHiice of ou Uith aide not n mlaaing link for llreed to till fellow nud sou cunt nitaathn three thlug etery breeder look twed fortlxe. your nnd look. Hee him liefore Uioklng mure. Heition money due when mures are imrled with or bred to another horae. Mare kept nt ID cent per day nud nil care taken but will . not be re- aponsioie iur acciueiiia or escnin-sDlt.O.ll. 1'KIIUY, Htanford, Ky :(, FOOTWEAR Should take a look at these daintily constructed Ankle Strap Pumps. They are all i geiier-atlon- a. CROUP stopped In S) minute sure witn ur. onoop Croup Ueuiedy. Una win surely print. So'I voniltluir. uo ula- treM. A tats) Md plealng;rup SOc. DrugglaU. Patent and really make the feet look smaller because of the short vamp. We also have many other styles of ladies' Oxfords. W, E. Perkins,Crab Orchard. .liSU. ... -'f- -y' ml Ms1! "! iJ"PM t Hz L. The Interior Journal. Poti-Offi- FARM FOR SALE I FOR SALE I W. H. LAIR, Hustonvllle, Ky., Has added n nice lino of OUOCKUIRR to hlsMKAT MAUKKTandasksn ortlon of yourpntronnRe. "Fresh (ioodsnl the Low est Prices i" Is his motto. Xnttrtdinthe Utcnd-dn- t mattfT. & N. TIME TKBLE M. M. M. - The farm of llO acre., of Rood blue gran land, lying one mile North of MoKlnney,on at Stanford el the Htnnford pike. Improvements nnd fencing good) iplontjr of wrier nnd fruit. AIo l nerea of timbered land one mile Knit of McKlnney i half under fence; plenty of wnter nnd good tobacco land. Hee grow ngcrop. J, A.UlVKNH.Agcnt, McKlnney, Ky. IVhorse power lanller nnd engine nnd saw mill for sale. Will sell either or both. OllAi, KKHM.ix.Ottcnhrlin, Ky. I'oatomce, Wnynesburg, Ky. MY LINE OF 1 Nn.SS.Houtli.llrtil A No. Jl, North, liio A. No. . North, ftrff r, No.T7, 10:17 A. M. No. tt, Si MP- 1. No. 11, Mouth, lltio P. M. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to aell privately my stock of Hardware. Dolus; a good busl-neaWill Invoice Hw. Itcnson The JoMih PMet Sanatirlum, North LnncnatfrHtreet, THOUSEHS! Is Now Complete For The CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! Stanford, Kentucky. For Treatment of Diseases of the K)e, Soafl, innmi, r.nr. i.eimo.i riiinry. ittctni or gnna.nervoiia Hyalom nnd Hurgery. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. F.verv ncrjon in this city who issuffaring from Eczema, Pimples, Dand ruff or any lorm oi sun or scaii w be relief iie. can findZcmo,andcleanpermanent liquid foi a y cured by external use. All durEeists sen temvj PENNY'S DRUG STORE. - The Truth I can furnish the nubile with the bent. na III health. well m the freshest of rut flowers, plant nt OKO. D. HOi'l'KIt, Htnnford, Ky. nil Kinus, Duma, poiteu nowers, on anon notice. Alao make n specialty of wrvntlu for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nlave, I linve nil kinds of vectnllea on linnd nt renaonntiln prices. Lincoln Lodge No.fsl K, A A. M. will meet OHUIHTMAN (IHKKN IIOI'MKH, In stated communication mi each drat and Kll IlUIIUAHII, I'HOH. of Htnnford, Ky. third Monday nightson each month, at 7t-o'clork In their hnll main atreeet, Htnnford, Ky. Members of alater lodge nro Invited to lie present. T. W. nlut a. ooms:i-- W, Dutton.YV'p o MASONS' MEET. GEORGE HUR, Hoc. tapUH"ea'M'2 SltljM Sltoll il,lai(t liv a'irl IKN a lo tassasie! foa auas33 a.iss ipa.a Dial Sa3i 101 ssii4 sa iaiix4 ass au" 'isis Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrU' Drug Store in tho Owsley Buildinp. A. S. PRICE, iiaxn aoptrxa pirnsisiii fio al aa liaaoq mm nl la paa l OI1I2 o 0N3Z bjtq s.(frV tTI Apaui3H atu, Now Is the tlmot)car to feed your fowls a good tonic, euros Cholera. Onpoa, Itoup, ranker nnd Llmbernerk, when fed ns la now ready to serve Ills old friends nnd a preventive It not only keeps them healthy hopea to make many new ones. If you have but makes them Iny. Price fin cents, no cure, no pay, gunrantred a mule or horse to castrate tint work for him nnd hnve It done right. He mnkea by your drinitflat. (loo. !.. Denny, try It under n specialty of cnstrntlng rldgellngs. the guarantee, Aakfor booklet on diseases T. F. GROSS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, ne Draft Stallion, nt tlO to Insure a Liv Inu Colt. Also n kooiI Mule Jack nt tho snmo Bettor than over handled before fur price and on same conditions. tho Price. Also tho most M. S. IlAUOllMAN, Stanford, Ky line of SPRINMSMIv m ajajjakv a a Notice Poultry Raliara ! Men's uHd Ladies' Oxfords "1 Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid For external use. Zcmo gives instant elief and permanently cures any form if Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, tote Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. SURVEYING AND CIVIL of poultry. CHESTER S. This ion of Chester Dure will make tho present season nt 1). H. Onrponter'a stable In ran. Jlostonvllle nt 1U to insure n in nigHe Is iir.ruTtir)N ami rtninuicR. hands high, black with atar In forehead, with nil theatylennd II nl ill characteristic of the Chester Dnre fntnlly, n good nctlng horse nnd n proven breeder. Boo him before hooking your iimrei If you nro looking for a good breeder nt living price. Hired by Chester Dnre, dam by Telegraph. Snddnmby Hippy by Mnmbrlno OhleL .,ynn. liustoiivllle. Ky. 1 CONCRETING We are In position todonll kinds of concreting, such na Block Woik, I'avementa and. In fact, we can make any thing from houao down ton fence post. We can acne Ilrat-claa- In any style you wih. Call nud let Is Curable a scientific preparation fot ZBMO, us show you what woJinve. external use. Stop Itching Instantly nd destroy the getmi that cause skin diseases. Ecxema culckly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for simple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., SL Louis, Mo. Penny's Druf Store. Eczema SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. PEYTON. I d -' It Insuras Tebacco and Tobacco will stand my due mule Jack IVyton, a nt my farm nt Morelnnd, Ky.,at Jrt to Insure you promptly nnd gunranteo I surveying iinu material, uau aim get our pricca andmil prepared todonll klnda of .My work n living colt. wotk ch II engineering promptly. before you buy your material nt lenst. registered Also will stnnd a stnndard-brewill U guaranteed nnd my prices nre ren- stallion aonnblo. Write me at McKlnney or call mo Wilkes permUti-- nnd three line joung Jneka fri1will lw to sero a few over the telephone through the lluatonvlllu to my regular cu.toniera where mareabreed they Kxchniige. three iiuiri'aor more. WALTKIt McKINNKY. II. II. KINO. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, HustonviHe, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, Ky. lams. Nothing But Insurance. DIGNITY DARE1982. Imy I.'.l, hands high, weight pounds, nerfectl sounu. irotiea in and racks fast. Has lUe distinct gait Blue string horse from colt to present date. Never defeated In model ring except by his two colla. Defeated ii head In model rim; at Hnrrodsbiirg. Colts very kind to break and unusually Intelligent, (irent breeder for high action colta. (irent uniform breeder, never got n sorrel colt. Ills colt first In stake ring lor iizo at Jtarrodsburg, ltw. "uckltng colt first In harness ring at Htnte Knlr. inn. (."ot his colts n erasing :yenra sold for average price of Jill I. Iiuimris high shoulders, long, tapering necks mid good hendstonll. Hen.onof lii In Iluatnnvillx at (Utolniuren llecolt orti3 the reason. .Money lor season due at time or first service. Dignity Dam Is too well known to mnke further mention of him necessary. Dignity Dare was neerdefeated In n herd ring-Onus furnished nt JiJo per month. Care taken to preent nccldentsnnd escape, but not responsible should any occur. Mures moed, traded, parted with or bred to another hore mnkea service money due. Phone In residence. rorresiKindeuee solicited. D.H.CAUl'KNTKIt.HustonUIIe. UflnJ Harry Jacobs, Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of When Ordering Clothes e Jesse D. Wearen, M. Mnhogony The Insurance Min, Phone M; ORtce, :JS STANFORD, KY. Ttesldence Insure with rao and bo fully protected. Adorina's Fox . young Jersey null, deIs n handaome.-lnrgof scended from a long iiikI unbroken line Isbulla nnd cons on the the most noted land of Jersey Knglnnd nnd America. Ilia aire Is one of the best bulla ever Imported nnd his dum la u show cow thnt hns given G5 pounds of rich milk In one day. If you believe "Llkn begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor" nnd lime n strictly good cow, you should nvnll yourself of his service. He will be allowed to serve n limited number of npproved, registered cowa outside of our own herd this your, for n fee of S3 each. Make engagement liefore sending UKID A OTTKlt, cow to lw bred. Htnnford, Ky. Telephone m. N. II. We have to oiler three extra choice bull calves thnt will be sold nt right prices. POSTED. We, whose nnnles appear below, strictly forbid hunting, nshtng or any kind of trespassing on our nlacesund will uroseeutHvi. olators to the full extent of the law. Mrs. Wulter Warren, Mra. Mnttlo White. 1 Hen P. .Martin. W.Carter. M. K. Iiwrence, I insiey Hpooiinmore j.m. iiocicer, J. M. rettua, T. A. Hlce. Joseph llallou, O.W. Hasty. J. L. lloltzclaw, Mrs.J.K. 1'ulllam, H. L. 1'ulllam. Messer I'nxton, Jlrs. II. L. Williams, Jnmea N. Cash, J. Kevin Onrter M. II. Lytle. Mrs. Jus Hal ties. Dr. J. (I. Cnriwnter, J. B.Canienlsch, ThomnaKerrlll. J.O.Orimn, David Burton, A. L. Thompson, M.C Klclinrdson. J. M. Ware, .MIsaMattle llenes ltelebenbuch Bros. Kred Baumnnn, A.T.Trnylor. LllburntSooch, N. II. I'lummer, Will Hester. ICO. Nunnelley. J. W. liuughman. J. W. Deck. David Htevena, J. K. Bruce, JohnCumeiiUch. Win.Cordler. .M. D. Klmore. Dan Traylor, (iotllbUllck. Kreil Hnndorf, li. M. J. j. J.Thori!on. Mr. and Mm. Andrn. Jas. II. Kads i. .Moser, A. KlUisa )ir,.N.J. Ixigiiu. Ilorton Mrs. Geo. J. J.It.Klllott. W. Daugherty, Frank Cordler. 118V. rntiieriA'o, Dr.O.O. IVrry. It. W.tinliiea, H. II. Baughniiin, I'rluh Albright. A. D. Boot. Mrs. Murgaret tiooch Jacob (lander W. II. Traylor (leo.C.dUens, , Ham ItolH'rts. joiiii jiuer, Amend Hchaefer, SI. J. Hotiunnn. A. It. Mntheuy K.T. Beue.v I m. darner. Mra. J. II. Owsley, II. L. Kagaley, M.J Morn li li, H.T. Harris. It.O. Wutkliia, J.C Hundley. It. H.Orow, Mrs. Nannie II. flood. C. K. McClure, . Anuersoni-urrAnton ltonecker. W. M. Dlshon, Kred VonOruenlgun T. Bntighman Sirs. Kate Ador Mrs. Ilubecca It. Carpenter moiiiuiz. W. Kopaw, j. r. Closer. JolinH. Iri'e, 1 1. At McKinney, Ky., Youcnn find our Htnndanl llemedy, the yet known, blood undlUer freateat of Itheumntlsm,medicine Hult Ilheum, Kidney Trouble and all diseases nrlslng from Impure blood It lias no euuul. It Is manufactured under the pure fowl act of June so, lKje.nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Remedy la taken necordlng to directions nnd If he or she la not benefited by the use of the llemedy wo will refund your money. We can do nothing more. Knch packngo contains ail done with a regl.tered guarantee nnd mailing card with lull Insfuctlona. We tend It to uny nddresa by mall on receipt of II er package or six pnekngea for S. Better order u If taken In time you might sae n big doctor'a bill. ltemeniuerlf you takotne Hemedy according tolmtructlouj nod nro not benellted, you get jour dollar back. You will not nnd the remedy lu drug stores lor sale. It UZC'.icu'.T byc'i'diilv Hiithorlied agents. ltfcOIIKN WlLLIAMH, Agent. Have your measure taken by n tailor of experience. Then ) our clothes, whether a business suit or the tlneat Marble and Granite Monu- - clothes, will hnie that Individuality evening and 111 SEwhich plainly Indlcnte they were made to take Markers nnd Posts, Cemetery nnd Lawn your.measure. I will also faucy your measvests, top Vases and Mettees. Olllce nnd works, Mc- ure fur extra trousera, coats nnd overcoata. Hnrlng and Hummer Klnney. Ky. samples on hand ready for j our lnsectloii. H.O. ItUl'LKY.TheTallor, Styles tii to tho minute. Prices beyond comjietition. We nlso stnto' thnt Htnnford, Ky. our Spring Lino is now complete. To save money, como nnd ceo ami be 08. convinced. Our Spring Line (if Shoes for Indies, Miascs nud Children and Will make fhe season of l&ofl nt mv stnble nt Cednr Creek, at H to Insure n living colt. our line of Cent's Shoe will certainly please. Hannn and Walkover lines rmer rviiiK. Jr. is n unrK uny wiiu n heavy mane nnd tall, full' IS1, hands high. aro hummer and nro strictly reliable. Yours for mi honest deal, He whs sired bvHIIver King. he bv (MiTline. To weak and alllni women, then la at least on son of Htonew all Jackson. 1st dam by Oatta'Htouewnll Jackson. Jr.. war to help. But with that way, two treatments. ClIAItLIX WllLTLI.lt. mutt be combined. On la local, one la consUtu. son of Hubble' Old Monewnll Jackson. both but dam by Uabla'll's Ijxlugton. iVIdumn cel Uonal, Nhoop both an Important,Local. asnUL a Nlfht Cure la tha Dr. ebrated saddle horse of Wayne count v. it li Dr. Bhoop'i lUitoraUie. the ConsUtDtlonal. dam by Miller's Oopperlwtlom, of Wayne The former Dr. bhoop'a Night Cure lis topical county. HlUer King's dam waa Mnllle Mounee lv mucous membrane suppository remedy, while Dr. Internal l.VitoraUte la CablU'K Ilugton. aim of BlooI'a IllaeV fchoop's The IteatoraUrewholly an throughouttreatthe reaches Hawk, "d dam uy Young America sou of ment. TO 01 U FRIIIXDS AND PATRONS: entire ijiun. sxeklni the repair of all nerve, Taylor's Meienger. all Uuux, and all blood ailment. Will n lio atnnd the gooil Jack, Tha "Night Cure", as lu name Imprtaa, do i Its work while you (Jeep. It soothes sore and InflatSeveral yearn ago wo mloptod the Cnoli syetom, which was ed mucous surfaces, beala local weakneaaea and At V to Insure a Ihlng colt. Nigger Is it discharges, while the IteatoraUre, eases nervoua very ?atifactjry nnd enabled us to givo our trade okor prices, blacKjauK 1.V, hands, tjenra old ami Is n exriument. gtvea renewrl vigor and ambition, bulldi up Ustue. brlnjlng about KOOdlndUldunl. lie la by BhicK Cloud nud strength, waited and energy. Take Dr. renawed Bhoop'a rigor, lie by Tom Koene. hut we gradually drifted liaok into the credit K. W. WIIITK.CwlarCreeK, oil Htanfonl Reatoimure TablaU or Llauld mfa reneral tonlo tothaattam. Tot potlUte local halp,UMaiwaU and CrnbUrcfaard plKf. o We ftv our and, in onler to gut the best CVh monts, SILVER KING, JR., Weak Women " 1 NIGGER, liur-ino- . Safeguard the Future Theanfest. aureat and most adequate for the future Is n policy In ! safe-gua- The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life Dr. iShoop's Nig'ht Cure PENNY'S DRUG ini-tak- price and discounts (mm our .loliliers, wo will oonuuenco MAY 1ST on the CASH HASIS and truA our friands will join heartily in thi movement n.id give tin a lilieral eharo of their CASH STORE. It la conspicuous for economical management, liberality of Its Miller cntitrueta. fiilr dealing with Its members nud large returns to policy holdera. The company la Just entering the of n successful business career with more poller holder In Lincoln county than ull other companies combined. Write for trade. Phone your onion and the hill uill necuiupany the goodn. We thank you tor your patronage Almont Dare 3228. A. H. II. It. Hired by Dignity Dnre lii, he by Chester Dare lu, be by Black Huulrrelft. he by King William v" IsldaniTuiawny i;rM, also registered In Vol. in,A. T. II It. Hbe by MHinlirllu) iSTUl. he by Almont .cti 2nd dam IjmIv Dnvls by Crlt )uls. In Hour-laiChief: 3rd dam Mattle H lis Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imiiorted illenco; Ith dam llettle I .. bvl'iiniiliighum't'opNT-bottf"!!-'- ) Unm by Jmp-jr- t J lmunt Dnre, mi far na we nre able Sotk todli-oerIs tbellrst horse on rieonl linv Ing to his cretin tho honor of with hla own progeny tho.e of hla great aire. Dignity Da re, doing so with hla llrst crop of it n colts exery time they rlime together. Individual this la n ery nttrnctlto horse, id hands high with iota of weight and tlnlsli. color. action extreinelv hlch nnd fast Mliowedltlnct saddle gulta. all erv fast nud pli'iKhiit A full brotlii r to tie- gnat g Ulfng. N. illeton, thnt soul nt I nr for m.wii il u l to me great snow mnre, Fox) Dure, that won more nn mluiiu for the uumlier of shows than uny mure sired In Dlgiitt) I nre Were It not lor two splints coming on hint he would easily lme won the State's Haildle Chaiiiplunshlp. Tula horse Is result of n lung niiil cureiul mating of the wry IhsI tin country iilTorded. Ills luicklng. lu blood und liidUldiiiillty, Is as strong ni (llhrnltnr mid his colts nru rapidly proving him. Sou this horse ami sou will lie well ald. lie will maka theseuson of I I'M nt our stable, from on tin, ', mlleaLllierly Hustonvllle to Insure IIutoii-vlll.ipike, at IIS u lu lug colt. Mures traded or bred eUewhero renders aensoiiduent time of sucu transaction Will alio stand n mule Jack at s. Ornss furnished In nbundiince nt It rer nioiiin iiur I iwrsouni niieniion to nil stocu but will not hi responsible for accidents, n Uu-ra-. deN-atln- lx SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ooaaaoa particulars, stating age and whether married or single to K.M. NT.WLAND Special Agt. M)tr House Flats, Htniilord. James I, Whlti . Solicitor for Itockcastle Co. W H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. J.L,Beazley&Co., fc-- INSURANCE. R. B. ft.AHONY I "f I: HHMMMiHIallHHHMHi tUgl J? JSlHiaBHaaaR-if J - Undet tatters and Embalm Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings,Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Thfm a Call. Prices Right. HENRY en. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Immediate attention given to losses which PRESTON KING. Ileg. No.attll, A.H. II. It. are paid without lleniitlful bnv saddle stallion, I3.I", hands, fouled June, list. Hla aire waa the greatest J. K. Life.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, er ilsT tXSaHaflaaHfialSaaaH I 11 K.H. Ill W KLL A HON, Hustons. Ille. Ky. J. C. McClary, A BAUGHMAN, i .AND. .h rit",. i, 'r The Interior Journal MORGAN DENMARK saddle hands, Day action. stallion, 16 good Black jacL, with while point,, 16 hanji. with heavy hone and plenty ol body. PEDIGREE. Sired y Tailuigton", Na. iwlen. lit dam by J. K. Baughman, St., he by Old Stonewall; 2nd dam on )'unett's side by Imported Prince; she out ol a j'ennett by Old Porter. Mule colu, $10; Jcnnctti, SIS: Jim $20. style and BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $I.50e Dealor in Harness, Saddlory, STANFORD, OS 9 Undertaker. Embalmer and KY- - f bone, IDT. Homejl'bone t. Few people In the United Btatcs bare not l, heard of the Democratic la all things, fair la all things, clean In all things, It la essentially a family paper, lly a special arrangement we are enabled to of. fer the WEEKLY L one year and this paper for the price named above. Send your aubacrlptlon for the coin I'taatloa to us not to the Courier-Jou- r Courier-JournaOOUIUEB-OUUNA- In dam Lady morgan by Monewall Jackion, 3rd dam by Matchless; 4lh dam by Traniby. Has proven a great bleeder ol high-clawalling horses. Will stand at $81 Also a splendid mule jack at $7. The above seasons are due when colt is (oal. ed, mare or jennett traded or parted with. Mates and jeonetti grazed al $2.50 per month. Personal attention given at all tunes. Impregnate used when necessary. Caie taken lo prevent accident,, but not responsible should any occur. Above mentioned stock owne.1 .n.1 stood by R. G. PETTUS. Stanford R. F. D. No. 4 6 miles Crab Orchard & Lancaster pike. Res. Hicncc PEDIGREE. -- Sired by Old On Time. rnoae uncancr o-- r. Hhetlaul Kiny,Si Inches tnll. owned by Hugh Held Poster, will make tho season at UI0 'to Insuron living colt lie Is by nil Imported xiuy thnt cost IIJiu In the Htietlaud Islands and Is regarded by horsemen ns the liest pony In Kentucky, defeiitlng nil coiners In the ahow ring lu IK II. Lien retained onull colts until m'iisoii fs paid. Mnrea parted with or ahow horse in Kentucky. He has Iwlnuce. bred elsew here forfeits Insurance nnd money U'comes due. Will mnke the rensnn at my high action and the apcod Indicated by these farm. JOHN II, KOHTKIt.Hlnnford.Ky. bloodlines, lie has the long, thin neck, strong, short Imck, delicate head, well set, heav) tall. Hat iKine, clean hock and good foot anil ees sorhnructerlstluof tho get of the Deiimarks. We feel that 1'reslou King's leed, notion and Individuality mutt ndil to the merit of our Keutuckv horsoa nnd New Llverw nskfor hlmit llliernl luttronnge. This richlllnck Jack, with white points, heavy Unb Depot ly bred young horse hna ... the dualities of. uild bone. Has proven himself u No, 1 all .... .. ...uareu, air; iimiiiu nun aiie. ma hreeder. He la by lllnck Halln, 1st dam 00, premium Juok of Madlaon;hls iient iiiikmi lines come to him through selected atock. l'reatontcri. hla slru. ilm dam by John .Morgan, out otn Jennet bv Joe STANFORD, KENTUCKY. greatest ahow horse of his dny, winning nt lllnckliirn. Will stand at my place at Highnil the fair. und horse allows, taking the land ut IS for hoise mule nud (7 for mure blue string at Ht. Louis, winning lljau. You mule. Lieu retained on volts to tccuie seaDorscy Golddust, J 2052, see that Crouton King can not help but lw n son money. great saddle horse aire. Hla dam, Nelly uuu TOM D.WILLIAMH, Full brother to Kslelle, No. Jill, was by VanMeter's Klmr T:rj. traelnir ti Highland, Ky. Hlreil by ZIliiidKlolildiKt, IIk), (by Hlouuwall Jackson, and on hla sire 'a aide to t MO by Vermont Morgan ami on to Washington Denmark HI. I'KiiiiiHKic-Hlri'd- hy Preston Utt, by Justin Morgan. by Croumell n. by vnshlmiloii Tuunaui oiKiicnui (lolddust waa by nn Iiiip.ArablauHtnlllouy.llcadl, Deumark.SI. 1st dam by VanMeter's Klmr 7.W. by Hllver Klog, by llu Time, by Htone. The dum of Durany (lolddust la vinr.,,.,.- wall Jackson, K. H Hubhle'a great show by (lolden Mingo Uhlef u aou or (lalfa Uoiuel Morgan nnd on to Justin morgun. My stallion. Chester Jewel, black uorse, znn nam jip, ny mo ruinous Cabell's Islington by (list's lllnck Hawk, K. H. aire. nanus iiign, win mate me season ol liaiu ut worit. una laau intensely lubriilMorg Dam, Ilelle by Itlioderkk 101, by Mnmbrlnii my stable lour miles West of Crab Orchard Htnlllon Ihe blood now III deiunud. A rich 14 bands high Igruud VJ, Washington Sl.dam AUcuSi. by at mouth of OdarUriek,al f 15 lo liuiire u liarp'a IIuIcoim liil. VanMeter's King 7.1'J, living colt. "nn nation, ' ""."'' Hired liy Cheater Dare, lit dam by Hucoiid with apeed nnd endurnuco nud uuoxeelliof dam Maud V to by (Irnuger F, H. Tkkm Marea will lie kept at tlJtt tier Jewel, This mure la tliedum of a miirn thut inn producer of liltIi claaa ahow, road nud month nt owner's rlak. Thev will receive told for S,uu. Jndduiii by Holmes' Iiroiinoii. Kasteru liorava. The records of his prtaluce the most careful attention, Marea sold or Srddam Anna lluford, by ilontle, Ith dam Uith lu show nml sale rings prove his value unit uiyrlt as a producer of ilnu roud. ahow Carted with ft rfelta Insurance and the fee lleula, by llo.ton, till dam by Kpslloii, nth nml stile horses. due. dam by Old Denmark, Till dam by Colyer. Money due when coll Is foaled or mnre Will make the aeaaon of ll0 at our place The present season will Imi made nt my lit IKilo Insure a living colt. traded or parted. Marea grazed nt tt'O wt tiru S mllea from Htanfonl, at lnotolnsure Also will stand one good black Jack, four month, all bills ui!d before removal of a liv lug colt. Money due when colt comesor yi ura old, ut flu to Insure u living colt. mares! not re.oiislblofor accidents or es- mare parted with. Marea kept on grass at KWVf.' ,iH' (0;,: W. II.AO. U DUDDDUAIt, Itowland, Ky capes. slblllty fur accidents or '' eacapca. '" resimu. 1H-1'houe JOHN W. UOLMKH.OrubOrcbard, Ky K.UKU). DOCK CRAY. CURLEY. a. D. CARTER, Street, Phone -. pru-t'li- il (lold-dus- Wash-liigtou- CHESTER JEWEL. i ...'.'.' "u' rr 14. I if rja. -- a H. ."EM t lifTl'1- - "?- - t rrj fj - - Ir 1,ViW"p 7 j s T u -- jN H On all Spring Suits and Spring Jackets. Save $1 to $10 on a Suit or Jacket. These goods must be closed at once. Stock embraces this season's newest creations and colors. Many of them staple GREAT REDUCTION & SON. 3 Suits for any season of the year. SEVERANCE l STANFORD KY. L. IL Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin n il ''The Interior Journal. French cleaned. Farmer. MS , Cook & n 'i olf New lino of John Primble pocket - Ma y 7, 1900 knives at Geo. D. Hopper's. 8TXnroiii), Kt lLoiiOK In Tribbfo & Pcnco's window for . 11 . .. .. . china. McClary's .. Icn ckham Botia water i cimy Store. lruir Lost. A brown reindeer working Fink lino of Reel. Pole, I.tnii and glove. Reward. Felix White. Stani cnuy all other rfsliinn iacKio ui ford. Drug Store. Five shares of stock In the National PERSONALS. Hank of Hustonville for sale. Apply Miss Kate Waters continues very at this office. hand-painte- f Hustonville, took Lair's bloodhounds to Urodhead yesterday to trail tho rascals who robMary McIIoiierts is attending bed a store there. Miss the Musical Festival In Louisville. A FELLOW named Lucius, who recentThe condition of Judge J. W. Alcorn ly moved to Ottenhelm, found a dyna-mit- o w thought to be very much Improved. cap, and not knowing how dangerDr. J. (5. Carpenter was at ous it was, set it on a red hot stove. to see a patient Wednesday. Three fingers of ono hand were torn Mr. George L. Carpenter is back OIL from a protracted stay at HendersonCall In when you come to tho circus N. C. ,vtlle, and court Monday and look at Is spending a few , Dr. J. H. Owsley farming impletfay with hii son, Mr. E. 1'. Owsley. my line of buggies, ments, including riding cultivators, etc. Columbus, Ga. at county. E. Mr. John S. Wells left Tuesday for Host line of wagons in the an extended, trip to Texas and the T. Pence. West. Advocate. THE members of all the young peoMrs. John F. Cash and Miss Dorcas ple's societies in town are cordially InLewis have taken rooms in the Craig vited to be present at tho Epworth residence on Main street. League social Friday evening, May Mrs. S. M. Saukley and son arc ov- at Mrs. E. T. Pence's. W. . Harker, er from Frankfort with Mrs. W. N. president. Craig, who is somewhat improved. llarrods-burCharley's Aunt" was presented by Misses Hertiia Taylor, of and OIlio Vanhook, of Burnside, a lot of Central University boys at Walton's Opern House Monday night were guests of Miss Alice Kankin. MR. M. L. Marcum and sister, Miss but the least said about the show they Minnie Ixmise Marcum, of Spring Dale gave the better. However, tho manStock Farm, visited Mr. C K McClure agement did not ask a return date of and family. thu company. Miss Liccie Heazley. who has spent Mas. Aggie Williams, of Kingsville, a year with the school Bt Hindman, check for $500, the Knott county, is at home hero and her received this week a amount of insurance held by her husdelighted to have her. friends are in the order of Mrs. T. D. Newlanp. Ur T. W. band, Marion Williams, was killed Pennington and .Messrs. J it. Ncwlnnd, Maccabees. Mr. Williams and Thomas D. Newland, whilu working on the railroad some of this place, ago. Jr.. of Danville, attended the New land- three weeks marriage In Louisville. VvElkin E. A. Chilton was in Crnb Orchard Kev. W. II. Hopper is at homo from last week where he was called to d Seminary thn Preabvtcrlan Theological a meeting of tho Crab Orchard (111 in Louisville. He will continue to Fair Co , who want him to tako the his appointment! with tho church at management this year, but he thinks Uurnside and preaches there Sunday. County Fair is as much as I) MIDSHIPMAN It. C SaWFLEY. of the tho Laurel Navy, has arrived home for a brief vis- ho can handle. London Democrat. enjoyed it to .,.. his parents. , He greatly licet and J. C. RoiHNSON, proprietor of the Atlnntic .i... ...lit. says hu regards Australia as the finest Woman's Hakcry, Danville, Ky.. has Iorcign country iic vbikui for the installed electric machinery Mr. W. P Walton, of Lexington preparation of his famous Quaker Uread made a brief visit to relatives and He la so and will run a wagon to Stanford once friends here Wednesday. y fleshy that some of his old friends hard-l- n week to supply tho market. Geo. 11. recognlred him. Mr. Walton is still Farrls is agent for tho Quaker Bread. undecided as to his business future. Leave your orders with him. y g. il. F. Ilardcsty. Rod 71, Is dead at Danville. Mil. F. II. MILLER wai In Louisville thli week. Miss Laura Carter visited her sistcr In Indiannpolls. Horn, to the wife of Mr. K. C. White, of the East End. a son. Miss Lena Ueck. of McKinney, was the RtiMt of Miss Marcarct Hibb. tit Several pieces of old furniture, including an old secretary all cherry for sale. A. I. Urackett, Stanford. EGGS for sale from Red hens, Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouso geese. Mrs. W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. ii s Marshall Herring, of - r' If not sold privately we will sell counthoroughbred mares, Cheap. W. ty court day two For Sale. -- Locust posts. registered Miss Emma and Lucy Fmley. L. McCarty, Stanford. Miss Emma was a noted racer, winning If you are particular, try Denham'a - many purses. Breeding hard to excel, Rex coal. Yards ut Stanford and Row- sho being by The Minstrel, he by Longfellow. Dam, Victoria O'Fallon. Mrs. .Aland. first Mattio V. Kirby, Henry Anderson. Wanted, to loan $3,000 on " Ill mortgago land notes. Enquire at this Twenty-twfriends and relatives office. of Mrs. Mattio Luco and Mrs. Alice Depauw met at the homo of Mm. Luce Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist nnd OfTlco over II. J. McRoberts" and surprised them Tuesday, tho occasion being tho birthday of each, who clothing store. aro tho samo ago. They brought with A FEW more steel roller, ball hearing them well filled baskets and served u This onice. skates for sale. Cheap. fivo course dinner. They gave a bun done at reasonable dle and postal shower for each of them TYrEWitlTlNd bunrates. Miss Mollie Goldstein, Stanford. and each hour during' tho day ono dle was oncned. which made It very in i I WILL have another bargain sale of teresting. Hloomlngton, III., Para hats next Friday, May 7. Hats from graph. mss .! i 25c up. Miss Ella May Saunders. The Interior Journal is proud of Preserve your roof with the best the magnificent court-housLincoln roof paint on earth; mixed on Somerset county is going to have and it wants it Bhop. St., Stanforu, Ky., at Bads' tin s in every particular. to be iibiim w -m L. Totten's and Tho specifications call for plHnk floorLost, between J. exception of tho basement, W. C. Shanks', an open faco gold watch ing with the 1. J. diamond sot fob, J. Uledsoo Hat-le- which will bo of concrete, nnd the with makes tho suggestion that instead of Stanford. the flooring called for, tiling bo used on Hustonville and Stanford say tho first, or olllco floor. This can bo "Charluy'a Aunt" was ono of tho best done for $000 or $700 more and wo will Bhowa that ever showed there. -A- dvocate have n lloor that will lust as long as the We pause for comment. bo far easier kept clean court-housHowa'a great London circus will bo und less apt to catch fire. Tho life of anu so j a plank lloor, where used a great deal, here Thu show Is not long. Why not put in ono that county people. Lincoln court-housdo for gencomes hljihly recommended and should will, like the erations to come? a crowded tent. o optl-'.claii -o first-clasm y, LOCALS. S. C. Brown LegFor SALE.-IN- ire A dispatch says that Charles Finlcy horn eggs. Improved laying strain. arrived at Williamsburg from IndianMrs. It. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. apolis nnd was met at the depot by a Phone 83-- rings. large delegation. ' !! Miss J. Nevin Carter, of tho Turners-vill- c herself Mattio Voorhces, who lived by in Mercer county, was burned section, was kicked by a mule to death. The woman was an Invalid, yesterday and badly hurt. Several ribs and was unable to escape when her were broken and ft was at first thought homo caught fire. ho was fatally Injured. Drs. E .J. Brown W. J. Davidson, assistant secretary nnd Edward Alcorn were called. of State under the ill fated Taylor regime, died at Indianapolis from the reCilAMriONSllll ball gamo Saturday, between tho Stnnford' High sult of a street car accident. He went School and Lancaster teams. This to Indiana at the same time Taylor and gamo will determine tho championship Finley did. He was from Pulaski. In tho caso of tho United States vs. of Central Kentucky and a hot one may be expected. Game called at 3:30 P. M. Berry Simpson, George Stanley and others implicated in the riot at Sloans, Admission 25c. on Christmas day, In which Deputy We aro glad to state that Clarence Marshall Mullins and a miner wero kill Coleman, a clerk in the Louisville ed, the defendant answered not ready was exonerated of tho charge of In Federal Court at Richmond and the violating the Civil Servico regulation, case was continued until the July term. when ho wrote a letter to this paper last fall giving an account of Bryan's HIGHLAND. visit to tho Falls City. Corn planting is progressing slowly. Judge M. C. Saufley Will Speak At O. G. Speaks has moved his saw mill Stanford, Monday, May 10 1:30 P. M. home and will do some work for him Crab Orchard Tuesday, May 11, 1:30 self. Business, we believe, is somewhat on P. M. McKinney Tuesday May 11, 7:30 P M the increase ns we have three millinery Hustonville Wednesday, May 12, 7:30 stores, viz: Mesdames C. M. Young, Maud Faulkner and Thomas Williams. P. M. Miss Martha Meier has returned from Waynesburg, Thursday, May 13, 1:30 Louisville. Her many friends aro glad P. M. Kingsville Thursday, May 13, 7:30 P M to see her at home again. Mrs. Arch Moreland Friday, May 11, 7:30 P. M. Bastin went to Somerset to visit her Hon. J. S. Owsley is invited to bo mother. Mrs. Ping, but was called home present and will be accorded an equal the next day by the illness of one of her children. division of timo. Mrs. Green Young received a letter Dunn &. Adams, the progressive from Nebraska last week telling of the real estate men, have just completed death from spinal meningitis of Bessie, arrangements to place 35 choice lots in the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MilWest Danville on the market at public lard Baugh, at their home in Kenesaw. sale on Thursday, May 20, 1900. Five Much sympathy is felt for the parents or six of tho lots front on Perryvillo in their sad bereavement. Thomas Goodpastor and Dave Young, pike and overlook one of the most magnificent country estates in Ken- of Fayette, were here this week visittucky. No more desirable lots are ing relatives nnd friends Mrs. Margao avuiluble in this locality. Several ret Young has returned from a visit to homes have already been erected her children near Nicholasville. Jim on adjoining lots. On the day of the Walls and family, of Kingsville, spent sale a brass band will be in attendance several days with his mother, Mra. W. and one of the most desirable lots will O. Young. be given away absolutely free. The demand for lots in West Danville is MATRIMONIAL. very great and 50 residences could be Wednesday was marriago day nt Pine rented to desirablu tenants Grove church, in the Southern end of Dunn & Adams are to be congratulated Lincoln. Arthur Kidd, aged 20, and upon their enterprise in this matter as Miss Dora Kidd, 1G, were made one; this sale of lots will afTord many peo- Ollie Kidd, 21. and Miss Susie Lynch, 17, were joined heart and hand, and ple who are reeking to locate in Dan- Henry Lynch, 20, and Miss Mary Polville an opportunity to own their own lard, 14, were united in wedlock's holy bonds. If these young people heard homes. Rev T. W. Barker's sermon on early Thurmond -- J. L. Thurmond, Sr., marriage at the Methodist church Sun-d- n an aged and respected citizen of Ash good morning they failed to heed the advice he gave. Grove, passed into rest at his homo in the north part of town at 8 o'clock P. M Wednesday, April 23, 1900, after n FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNlong Illness due principally to his exTY FOR SALE ! treme age. The funcrnl servico will A Muw grass (arm for sale situated on flne be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at new pike neiir Point Iruell and six miles of UmciMtrr, tho Christian church of which he was a southIWHtltl 111 glMIll coiUiiIiiIiik Vu uiTei, iiflKhborliCKxl, being Will member, conducted by Eld. J. II. Jones pnrtof tin-- (ill n Wnlker truct.uUlin new, tuo'tory enroom resilience tho pastor, after which the rcmainB tbereon, Willi nil neeeuiirvoutbulMlnijaHnd Well wnlereU, lx will be laid to rest in the city cemetery. KlKxl, now luirn 40xft), und creek running iicMT falling aprlng, Mr. Thurmond was born in Lincoln through. . dull In blind, Tkkmh. county, Kentucky, in 1831 and was in two rnr, from iIut or mile, balance und anil bearing nix per imlil. his 78th year at the time of his death cent tnterett until for uch place please write 1'ertona looklutt In 1853 ho was united in marriago to or see v. u. w alkkk, mumoru. Miss M. E. Kirtley; they moved to lleportof the Condition of southwest Missouri in 18S0. To this The National Bank, of Hustonville, C boys and union 11 children were born 5 girls -- all are living and are present it llintonvtlle.ln tho Htnteof Kentucky, nt the clone of business Apr. St. 1W.I. except Mrs. Comcgys, of Merkel, Tex., who was unablo to come on account of nrnouiiCES. sickness In her family. Mr. Thurmond Loans nml Discount, had long been a faithful member of the Ovcnlrufts.tfcuml nil unsecured 17, H. Ilonds Christian church and was an exemplary Hanking to secure circulation bouse,furiilturc,nnd fixcitizen. He was known and respected tures In this section, be- Duo from National Hunks (not reby almost every one serve agents) ing ono of its oldest residents. Ho leaves an aged wife and 11 children to IH10 from Htatu Hank, A Hankers Due from approved rest ne agents i;um mourn his death. They should however Checks und other cash Items... . Hu bo comforted In tho thought that he Motes of oilier National Hunks. 710 00 lived to a ripe old age, having lived out Fractional pa per currency, nickels, and cents his allotted thrco Bcoro and ten years, Lawful Money l(cserti) In Hunk, and more. Ash Grove, Mo., Common.. 15,3IU lil Hpecle, 813(0 wealth. Deceased was tho father of 00 notes Itedumptlouf uml with U.H. TreasMr. O. J. Thurmond, of Danville. urer 5 per cent of circulation ui post-offic- e, hand-somJ limitl-feom- it 11 . Knit Vests And Hosiery Sec our new line of Ladies' Gauze Cotton Vests, made of suit, flexible goods; low neck, uleevclcss, taped neck nnd good values, at 10c and up to 50c. arm-holes, 1 'i Also a new line of ' Good 3 Ladies' Summer Union Suits in the new weave. nt 50c and upward. values Hose, good-weari- Ladles' Black and Colored Gauze Also a new Lisle Ifotc, high spliced heel and toe, garter top, eiiccial quality, at 25c per pair. line of Ladies' Black and Colored Lisle and Genevia Silk House, doubl e heel and toe, garter splicing, an unusual value, at 50c per pair. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of I eii HI ',7. 1 aI COUNTRY in - PRODUCE Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford. FARMERS! Get busy and give your ordci for Fertilizer. I have the nicest line of Buggies, Surreys, Piuetous and KunabouU that I have ever handled. Call and look before buying. Alo McCormack Machines. Globo Fertilizer for Tobacco and Com. See tho KraiiM Pivot Axle Riding Cultivator. E. T. PEVCE, FOR SALE ! STVFORD. NOTICEI 1. . Altl llltnnrtl tf l1t rett nnln..... ... power boiler and engine und saw lowest possible prices. Hluck paint WW per mill for sale. Will sell either or both. saunre on nietiil rooting und Wo per uiuuru Ky. OlIAH. Knssm.v, Ottenhelm, on rubber mid pnpemiidaiu cr HUarn for 1'ostotHce, Waynesburg, Ky. u fun uii iuctai J. W. BTKWAUT, Ho land, Ky. S 11 col I H AND RETURN VIA !: I CINCINNATI I H lVnce. Jr., will moke the season of imv nt the burn of the lute John Z. Hpoonnmore, ii mile from How land, ut 110 to Insure living colt. If inure Is triiUed or parted with, tho season money becomes due. year, l'ence.Jr., buy full It hand, high, good stallion. action,old, 1'imw, style und by he by lllenzl, be hv Uelmont, he by AJtun-der'- s Abdullah, l'euce's 1st lium by Aliiiont Forrest, ind dam by darriird (Ihlt f,;ird dam by Urey Kagle, 4th dam by C'op.vrliittoin. 1'ence, Jr.'s 1st dam by Kd Harlow K7S, by Uustelar ItSii, he by Volunteer Mi. Kd 1st dam by Wuburn, 2nd ilani by a Mambrlno horse, 3rd dam by .Mamlrlno Messenger, Pence. Jr.'s Jnd dam by (llll's Vermont. Pence, Jr.'s colts are all showing up nicely und they bear proof ol hlin as a breeder. Mures grilled at $1 per month; not responsible for accidents or escape, should any occur, (iKO.HI'OONAMUltKAHItO., ltowlund. 11 liar-low- 's PENCE, JR. ij 3 i after j,a e, u long illness. Mrs. M. A Owens died at her homo in tho Parksvillo community. M. II. McNutt had a leir broken in two places whilu playing ball at Richmond Bv u voto of 87 to fit tho monosition to establish u graded school in Perry villo failed at the hands of the voters. Gov. Willson refused to pardon Clove-lan- d Lynch, sent to tho penitentiary from Pulaski county for two years for IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. LIAIIILITIKH. Green B. Adams is dead at Somerset I'npltal Htoek paid In Hiirpius num.. . . IIWOI SBSSS Individual deposits subject check liertllleu cnecKt Notes und bills rcoiscutintfU UlullWilea piollll, less Xieuses und taxes nild National Hunk notes outstanding Due toother National Hanks lino to Htatu mid prlwtlu Uiuks mul hunkers lu7.i 7T .0 I Dinwiddle H I I QXJ1NP A.Y I I & Co. '82 1 MAY 9. I H IIIVPWsPsiH IsfllflHMMHHfllHl 11 m 9 i i a.o'iMiH . I Hj . IB H Hustonville, Ky.i up-to-d- ate H llWr-W- 01 have ar breaking. . of Lincoln, ssi Htateof Kintucky.Countytliuubotu-iiumitbut tho ulnis statement true to Hut best of my knowledge und belief. J. YV. HiH'KCii.llusliler HuUcrlU'dunil sworn to U'loro 1110 this 1st day of Muy.llnM. J. V. Hosklns, N. 1'. My commission eiplres Keb. 23, lid. Hornet Aiie.ii r.uwaiu Aicorn, 1. J. ltobluson uiul W.a.Uowuu, Directors I.J, W.llocker.Cushlerof li.iiik. do solemnly swear 1 d I H Leaving Junction City ASK 6:00 A.M.I TICK17 ACCNT FOR fARIICUUnJ Undertakers and H Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. A!' ii litibti jufcii i iX k ,' . ..jlsisi v,vtfij . i t' '13 ' TVffrimrjif9 ywwy 6 The Interior Journal. Mtond-cla- u IUSTOKVILLI. Mntertdtnthe Poti-Omatter. fl Cale Brown has one more fresh Jersey cow than ho wants to keep. at Stanford ei d George W. Estes landed a black bass near Middleburg the other four-poun- L. &N. TITCETHBLE No. SI, Houth, II IJ P. X. No.SI.Houth.HSB A at. No. Ji, North, Hta A. c. No. . North, 61T! v. M. No.Sf, 10:17 A.M. No.t,l:WP. . day. For p SALE.-C- orn peas and German millet seed. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. HEWS NOTES. Lincoln, Neb., has Rone dry. President Taft thinks Congress will mt ndjourn before July 1. Carlisle D. Gray, who won fame by fucccssfully making the trip through tho Niagara rapids five times, died in Detroit. Tho officials of tho War Department have under consideration the adoption of a design for a medal, to be issued to those who served with the army of Cuban pacification. Theodore Roosevelt has established a record for lion killing in British East Africa. Since Saturday of last week a total of fivo lions and one lioness havo been bagged by him. Former County Clerk Hiram Smcd-Jc- y was indicted at Paducah in 20 cases, charged with uttering false Instruments and obtaining money under false pretense and by forgery. Spencer county, Ind., voted "wet" and Clay and Pulaski "dry" in local option elections. The counties which voted "dry" had previously driven out saloons by remonstrance. Mott Ayres, founder and editor of tho Fulton Leader, has sold the newspaper plant to Guy Freeman, who lias been connected with the paper, and retired from the business. James Shepard Cabanne was granted a divorce from his wife at St. Louis and given custody of his son who was kidnaped by Broughton Brandenburg, who married Cabanno's wife. Walter Wellman formally announced at Washington that he would make another effort to reach the North polo in a dirigible balloon or an airship late during the coming summer. The Missouri Senate passed a resolution submitting to the people a Statewide prohibition constitutional came to the Senate from ths House, was amended with a taxrid-c- r, which provides for the doubling of amend-mentwhi- Ky. Lafo Armstrong, who lived in tho Millcdgcvillo district, dropped dead last week, aged about 70. Miss Allco Lyons is visiting friends in Lexington and expects to spend next week with friends and relatives In Gar- C C. Carpenter, Huston-vill- e, rard. Tho engineers who are nt work on the bridge across Green river at Liberty, have about completed their prelim- inary work. Dr. James Wesley has been housed for 10 days with , symptoms of blood poison resulting from nn injured hand, but is much better. Twenty of the gymnasium team of Central University gave a most creditable performance nt the opera house hero Wednesday evening. Leslie M. Rcld has gono to Louisville on business. E. C. Hopper will arrive home this week to spend the summer, after a winter's hard work in California. The Dinwiddio colt, a coming two- by Dignity Dare, sold last year-ol- d week in Lexington for $430. C. C. Car penter sold a big brown colt by Dignity visit first of week. James Griffin, who has been circuit clerk of this county for 12 years and has was a enndidato for withdrawn from the race, leaving It to Hugh Miller nnd II. L. Smlthto fight lsisisisisisisisisBstWirA lVrffiC out. Rev. Pike preached at Froedom'Sun Tho Champion Bridge Company, of Wilmington, Ohio, was awarded tho day morning nnd nt Saycrs school house contract for building n bridgo across at night. Rev, Leight, of Louisville, tho river nt Liberty, that company's preached two fine sermons hero Sun bid being $2,202, for thu structure com day. It is likely that he will be called plete. This is much less than anyono ai pastor of the Baptist church here Mrs. J. J. Smith, of Hlatt, who has cvor thought of getting the work dono for and tho fiscal court is being highly been sick for somo time, Is worse and complimented on the' cheapness of tho her condition thought to be serious. Dr, E. J. Brown, of Stanford, was called structure. O. B. Estes died nt his homo on tho by Dr. Gravely to visit her Tuesday. Liberty piko Friday. He had been in Mrs. John Cash, of tho Freedom secfailing health for some two years. Ho tion, is very low. Her daughter, Mrs. leaves a wife nnd six children who are J. M. Cummins, of this place, is alto deserving of sympathy In the loss of a very low. Drs. Brown, of Stanford, husband and father. Tho funeral ser- and Southard, of Mt. Vernon, were callvices were conducted by Rev. J. Q. ed by Dr. Carter to visit her Wednesvoi.11. Montgomery at the Christian church at day. Miss Mary Owens, of Mrctburg, Ohaiuiilnn ft saltnl tmlilln- .Inlllon ot Ken Yosemito Sunday morning when the is sick; also a littlo child of Sam Chan- tucky. Wlnnliiiiatnll tin- Kentucky fair remains were brought here and interred dler. A little daughter of Henry Las- - rtml nltn nt the hir uow nt HulTulo N. V Ht. lx)Ul.Moind Kaniiul'ltr well, of Ottawa, Is very sick. in tho Middleburg cemetery. 61. liy MIDDLMURG. Miss May Hortdn, of Frankfort, Is hero for a short visit to her grandfather, J. W. McWhorter. Stanley Mcintosh, the tall and efficient cashier of the Waynesburg Bank, spent Sunday with tho family of Dr. J. M. Honey. Sunday will bo observed as "Mother's Day" at the Baptist church hero. A pro gram has been arranged that will bo interesting. Rev. J. L. Owens will preach a special discourse. Miss Lizzie Foclo will mako an address and thcro will bo several recitations by tho child ren. Everybody invited. I BR0DISAD. Rumor has it that there will be a wedding in town before long, On account of so much rain and cool weather our farmers arc getting behind with work. Messrs. M. B. Bowling, Albert Hlatt and Emory Albright paid Louisville a agjMMMBrf ITfdlflBMII arfm i atia MTiFiiaiT TaMMaH" mrJMtfnMBiaraaaaaWIT'lliaK IWfw Man'M.IM W tl 4 i a J JafthM.BBBBBltB tH lsssssssaM PRESTON 922. po. a n for $250. the rate of taxation HUBBLE. Thomas Wilder has bought a patent tobacco setter. Allen Ross sold his gray horse to Mr Bradley for $30. Bony McKechnie and J. T. Roberts sold seme fat hogs to Lawson & Brown Most of tho sheep have been sheared in this community and the wool sold at 25c to 30c. Mrs. Lucy Jane Pollard, aged 71, died suddenly just after eating a hearty dinner Monday. Uncle Jack Yeakey is on the sick old son of Lee list. The Combs died of pneumonia fever last week. The wind storm of last week damaged considerably J. M. Rankin's tobacco barn, which he had almost ready for the roof. Dr. Hickle reports a fine boy at Yant Middle ton's. Miss Lizzie Johnson, of Lancaster, it visiting friends in this community. The latest news from Miss Mattie Lee Hubble is to the effect that she is doing fairly well. Her host of friends will "be glad it know that she will soon be able to return home. Joseph Cox, aged 81, suffered a stroke of paralysis last week and was in bad condition for a few days, but is somewhat improved, Mrs. Louella PeacocK talking of going to Nashville to take a position in the telephone exchange. atfc. The County Meeting. Meeting of the The Christian Churches of Lincoln County will bo held with tho church at Huston-fillAll on Saturday, May 15th. churches of tho county are urged to seed delegates to this meeting. Pledges will be taken for the comining year's work, so come prepared to make your pledge. 10:00 A. 11., Devotional Exercises. 10:15 A. M., Address Advantages of Cooperation, Eld. W. S. Willis. 10:35 K. M , Address, Eid. Case. Song. Semi-Annue, 11:00 A. M., Report of Evangelist J. Eld. D. M. G. Livingston. 11:15 a. m., Address, Walker. 11:35 A. M., Report of Churches. NOON KECKSS. 1:00 I', m., Devotional Exercise. 1:10 P. M., Address, Geo. D. Verco. 1:30 V. M., Address, C. L. Piatt. 1:50 r. u , Address, J. Q. Montgom- ery. 2:15 P. M., Address, The farmers seem to be bent on hav ing plenty of communication to Waynesburg, as they aro now building the sixth telephone line into this place. The "Official Aid" of the Baptist church hero went to tho Pleasant Point Baptist church Sunday to help in tho ordination of deacons. Quite a number from Buck Creek attended tho singing hero Sunday. II. II. Singleton is in McKinncy on business. S. II Gooch, of Somerset, waa here on business. Mrs. II. II. Singleton and Mrs. Clark Jordan visited friends at Somerset. It. Curtis and wifo attended tho show nt Stanford Saturday. Laura Johnson has returned CHURCH MATTERS. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Fred ter has returned from a month's soRev. T. W Barker will preach at Gooch, nt McKinncy. Dillard Gooch, journ with relatives in Kansas. of Somerset, is visiting relatives here. Mt. Xenia Sunday at 3 r. M. McCormack, Myers & Vaughn shipped The meeting at the Christian church Cora Singleton visited friends at Mcto Cincinnati a car of hogs and cattle, at Frankfort, conducted by Rev. Sel- Kinncy Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. F. for which they paid lie and 3 to 4c re- lers, of Knoxville, resulted in 112 con- S. Gooch and Virgie Singleton spent spectively. Riffe & Tucker shipped a versions. Tuesday at J. G. Warriner's. car of cattle and hogs at same prices. Preaching at the Methodist church Mrs. Dan Traylor is visiting her par- Saturday at 10:30. Quarterly Conference Lived 152 Years. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunn. G. L. at 11:30. Dr. Pearce will preach SunWm. Parr England's oldest Bradley was called home from Lexing- day morning and night. Epworth Leathe third tlmo at 120, worked ton on account of a relapse in the con- gue service 6:45 r. M. In tho Holds till 1.12 and Hcd 20 years dition of Mrs. Fannie Cabbell, his moth Deep Creek Church, seven miles longer. People should bo youthful nt Northwest of Perryville, was blown -- 0. James Wright, of Spurloc, Ky,, The noted brood mare of Josiah Bish- down during the storm last week. Deep shows how to remain young. "I feel op, whose colts won blue ties over the Creek is one of the oldest Baptist just like a boy," ho writes State from Blue Grass to Pennyrile, churches in the State having been es- "after" taking six bottles of I'.Iectrlc has dropped a colt that looks best of tablished in 1700. In 189G the 100th Hitters. For 30 years Kidney troublo He has been named Kentucky anniversary of its founding was appro- mado life a burden, but the first bottle all. Dare. John B. Riffe bought of J. W. priately celebrated. Tho church will of this wonderful medlclDO convinced Eads a pair of nice, black mules for be rebuilt at once. Advocate. mo I had found tho greatest cure nn $365. earth." They're n godsend to weak, An order from the department re- Rev. I. W. Williamson's Letter. sickly run down or old pcoplo. Try quires all rural mail carriers to report Rev. I. W. Williamson, Hunting- them. 50c at Penny's Drug Storo to the department the condition of their ton, W. Va., writes: "This is to cerThe Kentucky State Journal, under roads when they can not be traveled tify that I used Foley's Kldnoy Item- comfortably by the carriers. The Jum edy for nervous exhaustion and kidney the management of nnd editorial conbo road is in bad shape and work should trouble and am five to say that it will trol of Mr. Walton, has been a fearles be done on it at once. Four branches do all that you claim for It." Foley's and true exponent of Democratic prin cross this road between the pike and Kidney Itcmedy ha restored healtL ciples and policies, and anybody that J umbo and many car loads of clean and strength to thousands of weak, tackled its editor has found n "foeman gravel are near these crossings and can run down ixnpl. Contains nn harm worthy of his steel." May the evening be put on that portion of road reported ful drugs and is pleasant to take. of Editor Walton's lifo bo a realization of duty well performed, and may h s bad. New Stanford Drug Co. declining years lead through "paths of Ono of our exchanges is of the opin- pleasantness and ways of peace." FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. religion H. ion that the people who need For Sale. Good boggy mare. A Card are: "The man who left his horse G. Lutes, Stanford. This Is to certify that all druggists standing out in the cold all day without Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. E. a blanket on; the minister who is look aro authorized to refund your money T. Beazley, Stanford. ing for an easier place and a higher If Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure May wheat advanced to $1 29J, n new salary; the man who walks the streets your cough or cold. It stops the Cough, high record pries, at Chicago Wednes with his hands in his pocket, while his heals the lungs and prevents pneu day. wife carries the baby; the man who monia and consumption. Contains no Price Sutton's tobacco barn in Boyle keeps dog and says ho a can't afford to opiates. The genuine Is In a jellow was demoiisneu Dy tne wina a lew package. New Stanford Drug Co. take the home paper." nights ago. Throwing down the gauntlet to his Several Bales of suckling mules at good Smashes All Records. prices are reproted from Winchester. As an laxatlvo tonic and Republican colleagues in the Senate, Geo. Ballard bought one at $100 and health-buildno other pills can com- Mr. Dolliver, of Iowa, sharply criticised another at $107.50. W. E Pinnell sold pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills. the methods pursued in framing proone for $110. They tone and regulate stomach, liver tective tariff bills, claiming that the Beau Naboth will mako the season of nnd kidneys, purify the blood, streng- cotton and wool schedules wcro placed 1009 at my barn. Bring me your bar- then the nerves; euro Constipation entirely too high, and asserting that members of the Finance Committee ren mares. I have successfully used Dyspepsia, IMUousnoss, Juundlco, the the impregnator for two years. Felix Headache, Chills and Malaria. Try in fixing rates were guided moro by interested manufacturers than by their White, Stanford, Ky. them. !25o at Penny's Drug Storo. own better jadgment. Kentucky Derby was The thirty-fiftAccording to the newspapers at Con won at Louisville by Rome Respess' Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimuWintergreen, with Miami second and stantinople it has been discovered that Is Abdul Hamid, the deposed Sultan, left late the Heart or Kidneys. That Dr. Barkley third. Ten horse started. wroog. It is tho weak neres that are Time2:13J. Senator R. L. Hubble's in tho Yildiz palace bank notes to the these value of $2,250,000 and a large quantity crying out for help. Vitalize T. M. Green did not start. weak Inside controlling nerves with o jewelry. Papers seized at tho Sunol, 2:08, former queen of the of show that Abdul Hamid had some- Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and see how trotting turf, died at Newton Square, quickly good health will come to you Pa., where she was being kept for thing over $5,000,000 on deposit In a aualn. Tet it and seel Sold by ll'on-ny- 's foreign bank. breeding purposes. Sunol was fcaled Drugstore. in 1886 at the Palo Alio, California, If you want to feel well, look well stock farm, of Senator Leland Stanford, Indications point to tho location of and bo well, take Foley's Kidney her sire being the famous Electioneer. Remedy. It tones up the kidneys and the Negro branch of Ucrea Collego near Simpsonville, in Shelby county. Al Pains of women, head pains, or any bladder, purities the blood and re- ready options havo been obtained on stores health and strength. Plousant pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with several farms in that neighborhood at Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See to take and contains no harmfuldrugs. an estimated cost of over $10,000. why not commence New full formula on 25o Box. Sold by PenStanford Drug Co. ny' Drug Store d The cause of education in the State of Casey is slowly but surely gaining, as is shown by the vote taken Saturday for a graded school in Liberty, which carried SO to 12. The happiest man in our city is John Lynn, who was presented on the 27th boy. The mother and with a child are doing well, while the father's joy is unconfined. Jake Walls, ono of our best judges of good poultry and bad eggs, and buys from one to three loads a week, which he sells here, says that it saves him money and many miles' driving. George Crow and wife, of Danville, spent Sunday in our city, the guests of Miss Julia Stagg. Miss Angle Carpen- again I know what to get," declares Mrs. A. L. Allcr of Ueais, Mo., "for, after using ten bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, and seeing its excellent results in my own family and oth ers, I am convinced it is the bestmedi-cin- e mado for Coughs, Colds nnd lung trouble " Every ono who tries it feels just that way. Relief Is felt at once and Its quick cure surprises you. For Hemorrhage, Iironchltls, Asthma, Croup, LaGrlppe, Soro Throat, pain in chest or lungs It Is supremo. 50c and SI. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Won't Slight A Good Friend. "If ovor I need a cough medlolno WAYNESBURG. to mv more nlnut him n thnpoupln of thl.' and thn adjoining rountln know hla record i n nhow hor and alto (or bmMIng pur Ho will mnka the teaton o( 1KW, at my ilahli Indraliilrchanl, Ky., at thn rraton-Bhl- n flRure of t.'i, to I mum a IItIiir rait. Will ktrp man-- on graa at tt r month, but will not l rvannnallilv for arclilrnt or la man1 la rcaoof atock. Haion or dun II to other Wathliigtrin, Mi Hirw traded or parted with, liml Klrttilnm llrll. hy IttiixW !k No, 101. atock. H.fond ilnm by lirnmark J.O. HAII.KY. lip lin brown horo IM. ImruN libtli with Crab Ore bartl,Ky. One atyle autl tvry IiIrIi action II l iiwlr i You Will Make No Mistake in Buying The Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators; Come in and look at them. Sqreen. Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Cloth, Etc., in All Sizes. Shall be Glad to See You. man-marr- ied W. H. the HIGC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER J- W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER - Surplus, Resources, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J. B. PAXTON, A ... DIREOrORSi J. B. John il. Foster, Stanford; V. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Iiiicnftcr; J. II. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilbert Creek; It. L. Hubble, Ianaintcr; II. Cummins, l'reachcnvillc; Lilluirii Gooch, Gilbert Creek. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. $hntiks, Stanford; Geo. Carter, Stanford Han-ki- Stanford, Sty, JCas d er paid OrSanii0tt. &S2. Capital Slock. Surplus and Tndivla'ta' Profit. in 'Diuidands tinot Organization, SSO.OOO. SS, OOO. S2I, SOO. on fnuitt OFFICERS. I. S. Hocker. President,, S. T. Harris, John J. Mcltoherts, Cashier, II. C. Uughman, Atal. Catb'r W.W.Saunders, llookkeeper. t, 7u jfccountt Our yjferiU h OIRECTORS. I' Held. H. Daughmin, M D. Hlmore, J. M. Peltut, II. C. Uaugbman, J. V Cummim, S. T. Harris, no. C. Kobiatoo, W. II OUannon J, S. Hocker, C. E. Tate. 'A pal-ac- GQGoaaoa d v Dark tobacco brought $9 on tho loose leaf floor at Paducah Wednesday. It The cleverebt Imitation of real Cof- - was the top price of the year. m A--e ever jut mado U Dr. Shoop'a Proventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Health Co lice, It Is Una In flavor--an- d is made In Just ono minute. No Tablets will safely and quloklyvheok tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made all colds and the Grip. Try them once Sold by PenuyjiDrug Jrom pure parched grains, malt, nuts and see! tic. Sample free. Penny's Drug Storo Store. P. W. Joseph Ballou. Carter, chairman. m ). Did .voit ever ntun und llirtire bow much clicmicr ho cun roII ..,l.Hnr -. ....... Itn,, a i '"(J good buggy that sells at !!! to 8150 ? Wc am save gy tliua the you $10 to Jiif on each. Why ? We sell direct. Wo can mako just ai cheap as the man in New York, Chicago or St. LouU, or any w hero uud we can Hive you the profit of hauling, drnyugo uud freight aud drummer, nnd tho greatest of all is tho dealers profit. M YOU I A WORD Let us figure with you; we havo tho lutcet improved machinery; wo liavo n Ed Johnson, an aired citizen of Hnl. lard county, ended his life by hanging III thu tolwcco wheel drill that drill u wheel in 3 minuto; we have a eamlrmperiiitr ma In ull tho tlmt) I ImiuIh-viIiu.Iiivm nerU))iur I Imvo uetur olltr In a barn. Ihe deed was duo to desid nor kuott any iiiumifnviurtfr to ollwr a chine that will do tho work of 12 men; our emery and sand belt machine has pondency. letter Hint of toUueco, will Natural 11 Twist (or mnukliiu auU cliuwIi'K ami rreaavil no equal. Our flexible drill machine will drill 2000 holed in buircv (shafts (Hunting Tobacco, tliiin I nuwollur. OrUttra A tickling or dry cough can be solicited tliruuuli your Joblwr or illrxct by und bodies lu it day. How docs thin figure in drilling by baud. Givo nn a quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's malt, ler!ttii prlcu lltt promptly call. Wo paint old vehicles and mako them look like uew. ull uuiillcatlon. Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloIt. H. M AHTI N, J unction Olty, Ky. roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Ilemeiiibor the old atnmlhy hrMiiIai Krlvurfalilii Twill," (Old Hrodhrari) "Old d a n y i uk, kr. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. (Irani TO i I ft. M. ARNOLD, Kentucky Ilouiu" ami "lllue Hauler."