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Call for Democratic Primary In tho 13th Judicial District mado by tho Democratic District Committee. I. A primary election Is hereby called, to be held In tho toveral voting nro- clncta of Lincoln, Hoyle, Garrard and Mercer counties, between G A. M. and 4 r. M., on Saturday. May 1G, l!Ki9, for the purposo of nominating democratic candidates for the ofllces of circuit judgo and Commonwealth's attorney in and for tho Thirteenth Judicial Dmtrict of Kentucky, to be voted fornt the regular November election, 1909. 2. All democrats who are legal voters shall bo entitled to voto In said primary election, and nro requested to do so. 3. Any person who desires to bo a candidata for tho democratic nomination for circuit judge or Common wealth's attorney shall not later than April 30th, 11)09, give notlco of such In tentlon, in writing, to G. L. l'enny, chairman of the District Committee of tho Thirteenth Judicial District, and, in addition, candidates for tho nomination for circuit judge shall, at tho timo nf giving said notlco, deposit with tho aforesaid chairman tho sum of $000, and candidates for tho nomination for Commonwealth's nttornoy shall, at tho tlmo of giving said notico, deposit with To Whom STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 11. 1000. NO. 21. It May Concern. NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. ' Mr. Geo. L. Bradley is with tho enTho "wets" carried Posey county, Ind. gineering department of tho City Ice Fulton county, Ind., went dry by Co. of Lexington. 1,027 Judgo Saufiey will bo tendered an John A. Middlcton, a prominent citi ovation upon hi arrival hero to speak Wednesday ovening. zen of Shelby, is dead. Fred Tural, Jr., son of tho famous McCormack, Myers and Vaughn shipped a car of hogs to Cincinnati Saturjockey, is studying law. Bradford Shinkle, a prominent bank- day they bought at 4e to Cc. Miss Dollio Wolfords who will grader and business man of Covington, is dead. uate at Midway Femalo College on the At Fulton Matt Bynum shot to death 23th, stands near tho head of her class. William Wesley. his brother-in-law- , Thcro isevldencc of an epidemic here Both were drinking. of that tired feeling, that's why so After being out about 15 minutes tho many would rather go a fishing this jury in the kiJnaping case against J as. week. Boyle at Mercer, Pa., returned a verJoe Cochran and wife, of Danville, dict of guilty wcro guests of J. W. Powell und wife In a rear end collision between street last week. Mr. Cochran is n veteran cars at Maysvillo several passengers commercial traveler of tho 70s and 803. were badly bruised and a child was Hustonville Graded School baso ball injured. team played Junction City Saturday Cate Ford, aged 63, was run over and winning tho game 14 to G. Hustonvillo killed by a train at New Haven, His 3rd team played Morcland Friday win-- it 33 to 3. brother, J M. Ford, died of dropsy a few hours later. J. Roy B. Roso and wife, of Etowah, A party of nine, composed of six men, Tenn , are attending the bedside of tho chairman $300. were Mrs. J. II. Rcid, who is seriously ill. A. ono woman and two children, 4. Said District Committee shall meet drowned in the Susquehanna River near B. C. Dinwidde arrived homo Sunday at tho otllco of tho secretary In Dan. vlllo, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May G, Wilkesbarre, Pa. from n few days sojourn in Louisville. 1!KW. at 2 P. M.. and if. at the expira August Moos, a wealthy retired silk Johnnio Portman, son of Duff Port-mation of tho timo fixed by Section 3 becoming laws, has just been received. merchant, of Chicago, committed suiof Liberty, was painfully hurt by hereof, there be not moro than one can- uiuaio lor circuit juugu " kuuuuuii-wealth- 's In reply will stale I am in favor of both cide by hanging himself from a bed- a fall from his buggy at Moreland complied bills bVcomlng laws, and In favor of all post. HI health is given as the cause. Thursday. Mr. Charles Wheeler was attorney who has with tho conditions of Section 3. then other legislation necessary to enforce James K Hackett, tho actor, filed a among tho shrincrs from hero who at tho committee will declare to bo tho I have never failed to petition in bankruptcy in New York. tended the meeting at Lexington Fri nominee for tho office sought, that per- local option. son who is tho only candidate, and shall vote for local option whenever that Ho nameil 140 creditors, and gave his day where 25 crossed the hot sands of refund to such candidate tho entranco question has been submitted to a voto liabilities at $120,457 and his assets at Sahara. fee paid by him, less his proportion of of the people. $741 Prof. Mclntyrc, principal of our tho costs already accrued from adverYours very truly, Fred Warren, af tho Appeal to Rea- graded Bchool, having been released of tising and preparing for tho election. J. S Owsley, Jit'. son, a Socialist newspaper, was con- a correction handicap placed over him 5. The polls shall bo opened In each and every precinct of all tho counties You see Mr. Owsley takes a positive victed at Fort Scott, Kan., of sending by the Board of Education some time In the District aforesaid. In tho usual stand on tho right side. He has always scurrilous and defamatory matter thro' past, became convinced last Friday that and regular voting places. the mails a change was necessary to convince tho been in favor of Local Option. fi. Upon the closing of the polls, Under the operation of an act of tho some students. Long and Earnest pleas All that has been said about him beofficers shall proceed to count tho ballots and to make returns, and in so do- ing drunk sinco he joined the church recent Legislature, Nashville, Tenn., having failed, ho got busy and several ing shall be governed by tho provisions is false. Wo have investigated every finds its Police Court robbed of nearly found it out. of tho general election laws, and the charge wo have heard of, and find them nil its authority and the city deprived Wm. Gilliland, tho veteran mail carreturns shall be made to the chairmen rier between Milledgevillo and Morccounties in tho dis- all false. It is not a question of what of u big revenue. of tho respective J Robert Jones, n prominent insur land for many years, died at tho latter trict, who will deliver the Mr. Owsley has been, what Is he now? the certificates, and any questioned bal Wo are standing by him because we ance man, una killed und A. D. Mc place on Friday evening and was hurlots to this committee have faith in him, and believe that he Donald, a shipping clerk, was fatally led in Hustonvillo cemetery Sunday. 7. Tho officers of election shall lie Wo appeal to all Temper- wounded at Hunts villc, Ala., by W. L. Ho was 70 years of age and never profrom lists to bo oirered by tho is sincere. fessed religion but was honest and up candidates, in accordance with tho pro. anco Democrats, lie careful, do not Helsey, u business man. Charles W. Morse, at one timo worth right in his dealings. Ho was confined visions of tho primary election law, by make n mistake. If Mr. Owsley is the district committee. nominated it means a victory for Tem- $.'10,000,000, testified that ho had noth to his bed for four weeks and given 8 Kach candidate shall bo entitled to perance Democrats. If ho be defeated ing left of his great fortune. Morse close attention but consumption won its designate by written notico to the It means a victory for the liquor party. is now serving n prison term for vio- victim. chairman of each county committee In Wallaco Wolf and wife, and Miss Many Temperance Democrats of lation of the national banking laws. the district, not less than fivo days beIn the criminal court in Pittsburg Katherine Hall, are taking a 10 days' fore May 15, 1909. tho name of ono per- Lincoln County are bearing the Exson for each voting precinct In tach pense of this publication, without the prison sentenci s ranging from one to vacation visiting friends and relatives county, to act as challenger and inspec- knowledge of Hon. John Sam Owsley. two years, were passed on seven per- before returning to Indianapolis. Waltor for said candidate at said primary If you want to verify this statement sons convicted within tho last few lace Hall and wife, of Frecport, III., election. arrived Sunday for a vacation with 9. On the next day after tho returns write to any minister of the Stanford weeks in the municipal graft cases. President W. G. Frost, of Berea Col- relatives. Wallace holds a good posi shall have been made, the committee Churches. Danville Advocate. shall meet and canvass tho voto cast lege, announces that tho location of the tion with the Illinois Central, ut Free-por- t. and issue certificates of nomination. Mrs. V. B. Kelley und daugh industrial school for Negroes will bo esCHURCH MATTERS. 10. Tho chairman of tho district is ditablished near S lelbyville and tho erec- ter, Miss Annette, of Monticello, are to copy from rected to employ a person Hid. J . G. Livingston will preach at tion of buildings will be begun in a short guests of Mr. J. W. Eads and family. the regular registration liooks made in Morcland next Friday night, 14th. Following is the program rendered by time. Danvlllo and Harrodsburg in 1903, the Dr. C S Gardner has tendered his names of all democrats, and tho person Willis A. White, a member of the the Hustonville Literary and Musical an i.mnlnveii Khali return tho COIliel. resignation as pastor of tho Glenn's jury which convicted Chester S. Jordan Club: Recitation, Miss Blanche certified as required by law, to the Creek llaptist church, in Woodford. of murder, was sent to the Worchester, Book review, Minor Girdler; Recchairman, who shall causo them to be Itcv J V. Logan was installed as Mass Insano Hospital. duly delivered to tho officers nf election. , It is believed itation, Mary Peavyhousc; Humor, Tho chairman U further directed to pastor of tho Presbyterian church at that Whit broke down under tho strain Miss Roso Sandidge; Debate, resolved cause to be printed and prepared for Somerset Sunday. Dr. Harvey Glass of the trial that tho school is a greater factor for nl tiiul of ill . .U iuu isnt.salirtfciUiJ lvailivl. !22e the 'f'ubilt" r,,Jnilup Unless the strcnm of convicts which good than the church, affirmative, King ballots" willed nhall bear the facsimile s Delegates representing C.000,000 U now (lowing into the penitentiary Carpenter, Miss Lora Bohon, negative, of his signature, and ho will procure are beginning to Injur into Louis- ceasoj or is checked it will bo necessary Ray Cartentcr, Mable McClurc. No the necessary election supplies and cauio them, together with the ballots, ville to attend the Southern Baptist for tho next Legislature to make an ap decision. Tho Club Quartette, Orestes to bo delivered to tho officers of elec- Convention, which, oeglns today propriation for un additional cellhouse Floyd. Jame Hall, Paul Wills and John tion, as required by law. In the prison. Buck, rendered in good voice some good 11. Tho chairman will causo copies Smashes All Records. Woof, certified bv himself and thu sec Mrs Delia Stronger, charged with selections. As an laxative tonic and having nttempted to obtain, by threats retary of tho committee, to be posted no other pills can com-puat tho court hoiue door in Stanford, lieaitb-lniildLived 152 Yoars. contained in n letter. $20,000 from Pres- Lancaster, Danvlllo and Harrodsuurg, with Dr. King's New Life I'ilW. Win. Purr England's oldest places in They tone and i emulate btomach, liver ident Head, of the First National Bank 'JO other conspicuous Hnd in tho third time at 120, worked each county in tho district for not less and kidneys, purify the blood, streng- of Washington, Ind , has been unjudg- than 40 days prior to Muv 15, 1909, and In tho fields till 132 and lived 20 years ed of unbound mind. said tiotice shall be published in each then the nones; euro Constipation Louis. W. Foster ond five other de- longer. People should bn youthful at democratic newspaper in tho district. Djspeiwtla, Ulllousness, Jaundice, fendants who were charged with using 80. James Wright, of Spurlocic. Ky., G. L. I'ENNV, Ch'mn. Headnehe, Chills and Malaria. Try the mails to defraud in tho running of shows how to remain young. "I feel Ciienault UtinutXY. Sec'y. them. Ujo ut Penny's Drug Store. boy," ho writes "buckctshop" were ad- jubtllkea a settled three Federul judged guilty in tho United States Dis- "after taking six bottles of Rlectrlc President If you desire a clearooinploxlon lake Bitters. For 30 years Kldnoy troublo judgeship contesU bv sending to the trict Court at Cincinnati. Foley ' Orlno Laxatlvo for constipamade lifo a burden, but the first bottle tion and liver trouble us It will stimu- Senatu tha nominations of William I. Won't Slight A Good Friend. of this wonderful medicine convinced late tlicno organs und tborougly Grubb as judgo of the Southern district "If ever I need u cough medicine me I had found tho greatest euro on which Is what of Alubama; Georgo Don worth for the cleanse your yntein, again I ktiow what to get," deeUres earth.1' They're a godsend to weak, Washington, and everyone needs in the Spring In order Western district of A L. Aller of Douis, Me., "for, Try to feel well. New Stanford Drug Co Charles A. Willurd us district judgo in Mrs. using ten bottles of Dr. King's sleUy run down or old people after them. 50o at Penny's Drug Storo. Minnesota. Now Discovery, and seolng Its excelSenator William O. Ilradley, in a Tho old axiom, "There is no sweet It you want to feel well, look well lent results In my own family and othstatement given out, declares himself without its bitter," will be grievously Georgo ilnd be well, take Foley's Kidney ers, I nmeouvlneed It Is thebestmedl in favor of tho nomination of Woisslngcr Smith for mayor ot Louis Remedy. It tones up the kidneys and clue made for Coughs, Colds and lung illustrated if Col. W. P. Walton (havbladdtr, purities tho blood and re- trouble " Kvery one who tries It feels ing sold tho Kentucky Stato Journal) ville. stores health und strength. Pleasant just that way. Relief Is felt at once docs not remain in tho journalistic field, Judge William L. I'enfJold, formerly to tukoaml contains nolurmfuldrugs. und Its quick euro surprises you. For of which he is conspicuously a shining Solicitor of the Stuto Department and why not commence New Bronchitis, Asthma, Hemorrhage, light. In fact, his failure to do so an authority on international law, died Stanford Drug Co. Croup, LuGrippo, Soro Throat, pain would resolve itself Into a universal purty-- an at Washington. in client or lungs it Is supremo. COo und loss to the Stato, and to his Tho maiden with the parusol irreparable blow. For such rare and SI. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Will soon bo flying by, precious talents as he possesses In this Penny's Drug Storo. And the man she meets line of labor should not be withdrawn Upon the streets ;.t.hors power toiler und engine unci taw Tho Sunday school teacher gave little in the zenith of its power, but continue mill tor ssle. Will sell either or both. Had better mind his oye. Florenco the verse, "O Lord, increase to radiate, light and aid and cheer to Ou as, KnssLiN,Ottiilivlm, Ky. his followmen. Somerset Journal. I'ottonice, Wuynetburg, Ky. A tickling or dry cough can bo my fulth." Tho next Sabbath when called upon with Dr. Shoop's quickly loosened A Card Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlo- to recite it she arose and solemnly said: This Is to certify that all druggists roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. '0 Lord, greaso my facer Am prepared to do root lutlutliitf ut the are authorized to refund your money lowest possible prices. Illitck paint am er Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Kills To Stop The Fiend. Ki if Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure iiiuure on metal roollng and per r sciunm mo on rubber nnd paper and tUure (or Don't drug tho Stomach, or stpnu-ls- to Tho worst too fc r 12 years ot John your cough or cold. It stops tho cough, paint on metal. red J. W. BTKWAItT, Uowjand, Ky. tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is Dove, of Gladwin, Mich., was a run' heals tho lungs and prevents pneuwrong. It Is the weak nerves that are nlng ulcer- Ho paid doctors over monia and consumption. Contains no crying out for help. Vitalize these f 100.00 without benefit. Then Duck opiates. Tho genuine Is In a yellow weak Inside controlling nerves with leu's Arnica Salvo killed the ulcer and package. New Stanford Drug Co. NewLlvarv Rolls, Dr. Snoop's Restorative, und see how cured him. Cures Fever-SoreDepot Missouri has just passed a law makquickly good health will corao to you Felons, Euzoma, Salt Rhouiu. Infalofagain. Test It and seel Sold by Pen- lible for Piles, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, ing "pistol totln" a penitentiary fense; Tesaeeeee has a similar law. '4Jo at Penny's Drug Store. KENTUCKY. Corns. Drugstore. n Anti-SalooAnti-Saloo- n d n, stub-book- s, Bar-nctt- e; -Uap-tistd nt man-married As there nro so many false reports circulated about Judgo J. S. Owsley, Jr., wo temperanco Democrats IndeLeague," pendent of the "Anti-Saloosend out this circular letter to correct them, and give facts. We copy a loiter from tho I'astor of tho Presbyterian church: Stanford, Ky., April 27, 1909. Kcv T W. Harker, Stanford, Ky. Dear Hrother Darker. In answer to your inquiry In regard to Judgo Sam Owsley, I am glad to stato that he united with my church the first of last January, and has since that time lived a consistent Christian lifo. Fraternally Yours, J. L. Ya.ndei.L, I'astor of Presbyterian Church. Wo also copy Judgo J, S, Owsley's League: letter to the Stanford, Ky April 3, 1909. To the members of Tho League of Lincoln County: Dear Sirs: Your letter of April 2, 1909, enclosing copies of tho proposed "County Unit Hill" and "Anti-BlinTiger Hill," requesting mo to answer you as soon as ossible, stating whether or not I am In favor of these bills i An Ideal Walking Lift ffJ9sjsBV - MJsyHsv Jmfi.' KTV R&mHt .sfL ttw JL'Wi& m & Oxford - i . r hr. Fxtensisr. SFW3&S Cd" t.on H t'i StvU Shcx. Ltt RcpvTrdu OXFORDS ft Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for l A Men, women ond -- i Cummins & Wearen, ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. "IllsspsllMSMsjgasMiyjjsjjii. t sirMEB Z Tft I' " i i . U1r...l In Prptftnn liv Wii.hlntfton .M. liv Cromwell 70, by Wnslilu'gton lHiiiiiinrk M. Ar-doUtiliim liiiby Veiuw, slri'il by Knorh For- n, xiul diun 1 duly IVnce by Almoin rest :nei, :inl (In in liv 1 1 ii r rum Chief bay comOurroll rrrston.U-iiutHuliliippli- ) bined stulllon 10- -1 full, fimU'il Muy ?. welKhltig Uttl pounds, full iiimle frum ond to end. lie It iniida ultliont it fnult uud U d una or tlif IliiMtt tadilKistiillloiis that Ki'iiluok hits vwr produced. II has no vtfiiic M)liitsiiiid Uiilile to uoliuuivi'om. puny. Tills cult 1 worth cuinliitf miles to carroll p?esrov sen l U. ii nd Is subject to Inspection lit nny time. tor Ills tire, nits tliu champion show homo unlluby ruuca wui tho year, mid hlsdiiiii (or eurs Kentucky. In show more beaten Wxflnstthlscoltnsoueot Kentucky's best ttiilllons. Will let him servo n few approved mares ut ii) to Insure n living colt Mures piistiired nt li-- ler month, but not retpuiulble should accident occur. W. O. WAI.KKIt. Stanford,, Ky. ? FOR SALE! t3DD030Ga Dill you ever stop uud figuro how much cheaper we can sell a better Buggood buggy that sells at 81!J5 to S150 ? Wo am rave gy thaa tho each. Why? Wo sell direct. Wo can make just as you $15 to 825 on as tho man iu New York, Chicago or St. Louis, or ailywhero uud wo cheap enn fa,VQ you the profit of hauling, dray ago uud freight mid drummer, and tho greatest of all is tho dealers profit. Let us figuro with you; we have tho latest improved machinery; we havo a wheel drill that drills u wheel in 3 mitiutcs; wo huvu a sandpapering machine that will do tho work of 12 men; our emery aud saud belt muchiuo has no equal. Our flexible drill inachiiio will drill 2000 holes iu buggy shafts aud belies in a day. ilow doca this figuro in drilling by hand. Give u a call. We paint old vehicles and make them look like uew. t t I ! -- M NOTICE! II : J 1 M B. D. CARTER, PhajiaM, Stroat, TA - ' s, R. M. ARNOLD. KY, DANVILIK, hi f NF9RD, ny's 'iVtff,'" The Interior Journal. E. political. C WALTON CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. Is n candidate for Oom mnnwealth' Attorneyof thU, the 1.1th of democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., It a candidate for circuit Judge of thin, I:rth district, subject to th nctlon of Democratic party. dlclaldlitrtct.subject to the action lu the the. the M. C. 8AUFLEY of thin, the Mil Judlclnl district, subject to the action of the IH'iuocrntlc party. Isacnndldntefor circuit Judge Democratic Ticket. KorStnteHenntor, R. L. HUDDLE, of Lincoln county. For ltcprescntnthc, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W. S. BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE w. l. Mccarty ForHhcrlff. For County Court Clerk. GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Huperlntendent of Hrhoolt, GARLAND SINGLETON ForCoroner, GEORGE PJBRIGHT ForMaglitrnte Htanford District, JAMESIMcKECHNIE For Constnble.Htanford District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District, J..WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvlllo District, J. K. HELM, SR For MaglstrnfeVVaycesburg District, JOHNIM. CAMDEM For Constable WnyncsburR District, JOHN.G.IBAUGH ii call nnd see our line of goods. JIHH.OKO. W.C1KNTKY. shooting. in tho Outlook, former, In on editorial President Roosevelt discusses tho Jap- -' of Hx at our stnbic. ancso situation. He says that whilo ylIl male on the Htanford Hjtinlles .. , States Should wait to SCO if Homersct from Htanford, Insure allying nnd pike, at tin to the colt lie is n rM sorrel.t year old. 19 hand huh Japan can prevent emigration to this nniB ,lniurBinddioiinii harness horse, flo fines-tesired country, the United States should in- hnsplentyofstyleandactlon, Itare, by In, N.r No. rwiulrrel.he byl'hcster crease tho size of its navy in order to H. II. It. he by ltluck Huutrrvl he by llinck by King be in position to enforce any demands KiikIiiTI, he Denmark (II.William 87, he by Washington he bvflalnrs Den. i mark ill. 1st dam by llinck f by Old it might hereafter make. iHtoncwall Jackson, ho by Washington is'nrnnri.iinu ne iiiiiorieu uctigeiora After a hearing lasting three uaVS. 4.1.1 ...... t.n.t..lnnn.v lt.l. ... iHIIIIIUIIIIU .'..'. involving the disputed nomination for A Hen retained on nil coltsuntllthe season money Is paid. UnretnXen to prtnent accl Commonwealth's attorney in the 10th dents but not resiionslble should any occur. reason moneyuuo wnen mitre Is traded or Judicial district, composed of the coun- parted with. ties of Nelson, Barren, Larue, Bullitt W.M. FIKLUHAHON. nnd Hart, the District Democratic Com Joseph G. Cannon. Speaker of tho In nil the time I hnvabeen In the. tnhncco House of Representatives, reached his business oyer ! years I Iirtb never offer cd nor knew any mnnufneturer to offer a 73rd birthday Friday. tietter line of tolmcco, loth Natural Ief smoking Republicans and "sore head" demo- Twlit for Tolmcco, and chewing and Trended Chewing than I now offer. Orders crats of Livingston county fused and solicited through your Johlier or direct tiy mall. Descriptive price IKt promptly fur. nominated a county ticket. nlihiil on application. II. H. MAKTI.N, Junction City, Ky. The Senate, by a vote of 63 to 19, Uemcmber the nnopicu tho amendment fixlnir A rate of ..,,..,,,,,,,,,., Tw,. ..old standby brands) ,,,1,. iirodheadi "Did lj cents a pound on the lead in lead ore. Kentucky Hoin 'nnd'MHuoiirass iianter." Tho joint resolution for the disfranchisement of Negro voters in Florida was NEW MILLINERY IN STANFORD. titi rented hv the Hntiso. The resolution ' passed tho Senate. w, M 1Mh on IVput street. We Comrress.nan Nicholas Loneworth. of Invite all to call and sen our Una of hatsi , 'IH handle all kinds for ladles nnd rhll- . ., i L l, j it mm unio, acmes .l no nas ueen uueieu urvn. in urn Hon specialty or hats for the most the position of nmbassador to Germany tint money nnd timefastidiousto ladles, save going the city by lonklngnt my Umntl Album ! Ohiiiieaut, by President Taft. giving advanced styles and colors. Ilnte Dr. William Taylor was shot and kill- instructed the work In Kentucky, Ohio, rvnusylTHiilii, VlrKlnln from ed at West Point, Ga , by his stepson, the roll tot'icn West roses on the hat. wire In e the satisfaction or no charge. We nro M. U. Beck. Family troubles nro rehere to stay and hope, tho ladles will glx us ported to have been the cause of tho lintM-innde (luar-nnte- A WORD TO YOU I i VkT-J- t sji ..ssssssssssssH tjm l:m m m .''ss"lI tL . T .V.CiissssV ? ECttS Red Squirrel. I. ' .(.. mittee awarded the certificate of nomi-- 1 nation to Judge F. E. Daugherty, ofi Nelson county, by a vote of 3 to 1. The By Naboth 10,116. primary was held last December nnd J. llenu N'abotli'sdam Norn Hitugbmnn by by Ktecttoneer lift; 2nd dam Ixi. Lewis Williamns, of Barren county, N'omilKtt, la J., Iiy MetroMilttnn 137. by- llnmbleton-In- n iu; Josephine had a plurality of 229 votes on the face HtiirllRnt3rd dnm Darlbny 4(1; by Mnmbrlno 4th dam Mary sail by of the returns. Judge Daugherty, who Withers by t Mil er (thorough bred); 6th dam by Wagner: th dam by Imp. Tranby; 7th finished second, promptly instituted a dam by Thornton's Hauler. llenu Naboth contest, alleging that J. Lewis Wil- lSjl!f hands, of Isn handsome liny, standing great style nnd action nnd liams was disqualified on the ground has proved his ability to Impart his quali ties 10 nisoous. inai ne usea money anu wnisay to in- - Wlll stand at the barn of Felix White, l somerset piko fluence the result in violation of regulations prescribed fcr the primary. I Mures- from a distance grazed at fmcaweek uur mini iiiiiiciiuiiiiniii, prints, .'lull.with or hred elsewhere. The best personal care taken, though ne responsibility for acMATRIMONIAL. cidents or encapes. geau Nafc0th 45,006, LONGU'ORTH fig: SlikrVV Ederhcimcr, Stein & Co. 3Al3 " the,"t1ntuo';'y Honeymoons in balloons "up around the little stars sailing around the moon" are no longer novelties, but a birth on an airship is something out of the ordinary. A Spanish aeronaut sailing from Barcalona, could not resist his wife's importunities to let her go along. The couple was overtaken by a storm and the excitement resulted in his wife giving birth prematurely to a boy. There is an old saving that there is nothing new under the sun. This item, howev er, appears to 6how that there is an ex ception to that as well as to most rules, With all the talk about peace Con greases and arbitration, the preparation for war goes on apace, and seeming to defer the happy time when swords are to be beaten into plowshares and na tions know of wars no more. Last year nine nations launched war ships that cost $125,000,000, ours being no mean necond to any of them. This vast sum has to be raised by taxes wrung from the pockets of the people, who ought to rise in their might and refuse to be bled any moro for such useless expenditures. Seven grafters got theirs at I'itU-bur- g last week; a bank president, a hotel keeper, three councilmen and others. The sentences ran from 18 months to two years. Rascals elsewhere should make a note of this and take warning. The governor of Pennsylvania has vetoed tho bill to allow the judge tl alternative of sentencing first degree murderers to death or life Imprisonment. He is right. Death alone should follow proven and malicious murder. v" Nicholasville Tribune, G. W. Boner and J. L. Sowers editors, is the newest entry into the journalistic field. It claims to be independent in politics which virtually means it will support republican nominees. The E " t U T. M. Gilmore, president of the National Model License League, asserts that the christian faith is being sacrificed for the benefit of the prohibition movement. Don't that jar you ? Five Negroes have been electrocuted and two more are likely to be for the murder of a white woman in Virginia. That is one way to reduce the fungus growth population. j 1 LV k ' ' fT THE Aldrich bill increases thedutv on ' lesions. The republican party is dead 'sure of being handed one if such in creases are permitted to stan d. r kidnapers with a stiff sentence will make that horrible species of crime conaiderably moro odious. The conviction of the Whitla boy's - Evkky day brings news that our terrible Teddy has killed some more lions. Wonder what he is going to do with so many dead ones 7 of Turkey has over $7,600,000 to tho good, but what is that if it is to be divided out In dowry to his THE J ji 4 f 4,000 wives ? "William, the Smiling," is the name given President Taft by the Kentucky State Journal, and a very good .M it i. curries the blood of four lending families: llniiibletonlaii,Wllke, Mnmbrlno Chief and Meeley's American Htur. tlnltqn'scolts hitvegoue ngnlnst nnd defeated the liest In harness classes mid roadster rlngs.they are In great demand, selling l.(sil after maturity, ymrllngs as high u from IIS) tol?Hi. Claltoiiwlll stand at my stable 1 miles West of Hustonville on pike ut 11.1 to Insure a living colt. rrvacbemtlie. Money due If mare 1st ruded after being bred. I'leuty ofgrnssnt li.Aiper mont h.sav ed expressly for mnres.noother stock mlsed with mares, have grass lots nnd large stables for mares to foal. Ontln fed at cost. I'bone In residence, llustonv II leKschnnge. will make the ll season at my farm where W.M. DOlil). I live. of Htanfonl on the mile Hustonville, Ky. riomerset. plkousHouth Insure it living colt. 1U to inos-coin, won inure in inis young iwrr lisn fremluius in His niul first thun any Jack Hi K. two colts have ncer teen Untten In their class us colts and yearBlack jsck, with white points, 16 1.2 hands, ling and look Ilka winners lor lissj. They were show at nil local fairs !oth Years alul with tinny bone and plenty of body. at Islington nnd Kentucky Mime Fair In PEDiCKEE. SirsJ ly TiikingWo's t wiiii.ef. si inn. bride is well known and His man 1st dim Ly J. K. Bsughmsn, Sr.. he tucky Htnte Kulr niidnt seteril local fairs. greatly admired here. After their bri by Old Stonewsll; 2nd dsm on jennrtt's side by Home of bis 1H07, lust and iwo colts aru on my farm tu show for themselves. jennett by Old dal tour Mr. and Mrs. Newland will re Imported Prince; she out ot J.lI.llAldllMAN, Porter. Mule colts, $10; Jcnndti. $15; house-kee- p turn to Stanford and go to Hluiiford, ky. I'honu 1(1, Jim $20. ing in the Pennington home on EaBt Main Street. A hearty welcomn awaits Bsy saddle ilsllion, 16 hands, good style and the popular couple. Will make the senson of IM)v at our stable, acnon. IV, miles Northwest of Htanford, Ky,, at IIS by Old Time. 1st PEDIGREE. by llinck The Dentists in the State are show dam Lady Morgan Sired StonewallOnJackson; 3rd to Insure a living colt.greatest Joe Isstalby saddle i'rvston M?, Kent ucky's ing more than the usual amount of in- dam by Matchless; 4th dam by Transby. Has lion, he by Washington 51: llinck Joe's 1st by Messenger (leiiuiarks d dam terest in the coming annual meeting of proven a crcat breeder ol walking dam l.ucllti Hettle Itoblnson by luiblnson's Vermont Hambletouldn; he is a very line Individual; Kentucky State Dental Association, horses. Will stand at $8. the one white fool; stands l&Vi hands, $7. to be held at Crab Orchard Springs Also a splendid mule jack atwhen colt is foal- black with pounds; 3 years oldtflue saddler weight Hut The above seasons are due and Very showy lnhurness;of line stle and May 17, 18 and 19. Arrangements are ed, mare or jennett traded or parted with. action. Heo lilm befuro you book your being made to make this meeting the Mares and jennetts graied at $2.50 per mares. mare I traded or parted He son largest and best in the history of the month. Personal attention given at all limes. with. All due If be taken to avoid cure will used when necessary. Care taken but not responsible should any occur. Dentistry, unlike many Impregnator Association. J. D. I'.ADHA HONH. to prevent accidents, but not responsible should Htanford, Ky, such rapid any occur. Above mentioned stock owned and other professions, has made strides in recent years, that tho num stood by erous text books on its different branch R. G. PETTUS. Sianfor J R. F. D. No. 4. sou uf the Wilkes family. fouled es only a few years old, are almost 6 miles Crab Orchard 6c Lancaster pike. Mnvfl. 1UL Phone Lancaster 78-worthless; making it almost obligatory m SJKKH. ItlHl lionil, llitl it iisri, George Wilkes, Hysdlck's lliimbletonluii. for the progressive dentist to attend IAMM.4lainbitta wllkes (the greatest living sire of trotters). 2nd dam O. K. Ulay these meetings or be conceded a back (sold for more money than uuy horse over number. A feature of this meeting brought to lloyle county). Urd Uum ht. Ut. Klmoro priMluced Idol and two be the part taken in the program will 111 the old ). hue other better than This magnificently bred young stallion by the local societies that have been re will make tbo aeosoii of llsuat tny stable nt brood mare list. Till colt Is u handsome, dark bay, 16.8 y cently organized throughout the State, (Stanford, Ky.. (tietter known us the Dr. hands; ol great aubstance and style. Uau place) al III to Insure u living colt, any truck hand, Each society has elected an essayist a beautiful chestnut, show 1a forty clip, without bandied, should lion Vnrrlelc la ling. level headed, euslly heavy In fact the highest cilul speed and a number of clinicians, which wlll short buck, trotter.bone; Is by the great On- transmit greut form, style readily at to his He l poof the fanny colts, which should soil make this a unique and interesting ward Hllver l:i6Ji. that won the, U.iui Tran- J trices. Will make the season ot IMMut my sylvania In a seven t race In IwU and the arm midway between Danville aid Htanmeeting. Several of the local societies same, year won the IIOU) Homier Memorial ford on the hhort plku at III) to Insure a and the M..t M In broken heats and sold for for speed after colt. of the State will attend in a body. tilMSj and later sold for to,uu. lion Var season. Will b" handled rick Is bred exactly like HpanlshUueen that A.U.T. HM1TII, II. K. I). No. , Ilox HI, won the S,O0n Transylvania In lw, making btamtikd, Kv, I'honu Ha A, Danville, Judge M. C, Saufley Will Speak At a record of :7 and waaclassed as one of the big four, being one ot the greatest money Crab Orchard Tuesday, May 11, 1:30 w itinera on the grand circuit Inst year. Onward Hllver Is by Onward, one of the. greatP. M. est and best sons of (leorge Wilkes. dam wai the dam of Director, the 15.J hands, foaled In Hsu, bred by CI. A U. McKinney Tuesday May 11,7:30 p. m. slro of that great family ot trotters nnd paI'.U.cll, Danvlllu, Ky. Trotted a mile In Hustonville Wednesday, May 12, 7:30 cers. Don varrlek'a 1st dam was by Wilkes IHOwltn three weeks' handling. Hired by Hoy, bvdeorge Wilkes, a full sister to Thu llamlwtta Wilkes IWi.JHWi: din list, 10 M. Wng r.lk'l, nnd half sister to Mndellno In :iu list, it In 2:13 list, Kl In the i:su list, Waynesburg, Thursday, May 13, 1:30 ratchen, tiiedam of l(uhber,2iln, Winches-ter.Kl- SIX III the U1 list. Orund slreof 3111 trotters Hilly Witon:),niid Miss lti::K; nnd pacers with records of J:U0 or lietter. 2nd dam Mitrv, by Hogg's (Irey Knirle. the One of his great grand son Is criHlltm kith P. M. dam of The Wni: :iai Madeline I'utcheii, K performeruaud hi desueiidunls In I3U Kingsvlllo Thursday, May 13, 7:30 I'M the dam of Itublier J:I. Winchester :lli... list, all told, are now about em Iu numtier. 4lla ,1. Moreland Friday, May 14, 7:30 r. m 1)111 W IIIUU Si". ItlMi produced3..VI. Istdum I'luk Htartle by MumbrliioHtnrtlo Don Yarrluk'adam llr Conner launddamsot&l.lncliidliiu Hon, J. S. Owsley is invited to bo that pared apubllo half iiiIIhoii the Isling- PMI.slroof Koxy Ourd ;UT, Chesley Jilu and truck nt lit months In I :(jk44 mid Mild to present and will be accorded an equal tonW, Hublnger, of New Haven, Conn,, for others. N, 'iud dam Martini, by t.yln Wilkes HV, slro 11,1111. HhealM) produced Maggie Igo that John division of time. of 7 mid dams of Hessle Nmrli trotted a half mile oil the uun track at IS T. Ollng ;H' and W other mouths In II and sold for t&u, Urd dam Kllzu, by Imp. lluckden. ot Ileverss will make the present season nl Tho cleverest Imitation of real Cof- miI'leaswnote the rich Inheritance for speed Iioth aidesnot a missing link stable of Juiiie McKecbnle neur HubHreed to this fellow and .toil can't thu ut llulo Insure a I.lngcolt. fee ever yet tnado is Dr. Shoop's mery bretder look ble miss the three things LEADER. fur sliu, speed and looks. Hce lilm before Health Co lice, U is lino In flavor your mare. Mcusoii money iluu At the same time mid place I will stand, and is made In jiibt ono minute. No booking black laok formerly otciml by when Miarva ure Darted with or bred ti the at cents another horse. lie Isn nne WOrdS Of his tedious 30 or 30 minutes boiling. Made day and all care Mares kept will 10not be per M. II. Kabunks. lilOilMr than Imllvldual and lila enlta ftlM.uk taken but for nrcldent or escaiies. from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, uuullttes as a breeder. This will be hi third UlhUil 1'HltHV, season. (10 for mare mule If for bursa mule. etc. Sample free. Penny 's Drug Store. Htanford, Ky. j, k. Mcnr.uiimc nuuuw, mj. le Chester Tyree and Miss Stella Ever- sole, popular young peoplo of London, were married Friday. and W. D. Lowry, of Nicholasville, Mrs. Nannie Woodcock, of Danville, were married in Lexington last week. The marriage of Miss Bessie Elkin to Mencfee Newland, of Mr. Richard Stanford, took place Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Christian church. Miss Elkin entered the church with her father and was met at the chancel by Mr. Newland and his best man, Mr. Thomas D. Newland, of Danville. Little Misses Virginia Cowherd and Ellen Franklin were flower girls. Masters Parker Cheatham and John Williams acted as pages. Miss Letty Webb was a most charming maid. Messrs. Thomas and Walter Elkin were During the ceremony Mrs. ushers. Frank C. Cowherd sang "Call Me Thine Own." Mrs. Kennett also rendered a beautiful mutical program. Shortly after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. New- land left for an extended Southern trip. Louisvile Times. J. he groom is me eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D Newland. of this place, and is a clever gentleman and a prominent insurance When advisable. Imnregnntor wlll lie used. J. M. I'KTTt'H. Htanford, Ky. As Pretty As A Picture. We often and this is a case where the young man can look GALTON 12910. as fine as the man in this cut. This is one of our styles at $17.50, Season Calvin Hums. J:SS, and six others with trials from J::i to tut, $20 and $25 in a dozen different shades. They are the best are the only ones that ever Hire of of 1C09. C. JllK1,, Al were t hone handled forViH-.il- . Also the sire of one dam with one In the 1M list. Hired byOamliettn WilIn the gutlllsl, in In kes S:lk. the sire of tietter, claimed to tie the greatest sire In the world. 1st dam Daisy Field (grnnd diim of a with records of from 1:17 to by Knfleld J:w. son of llambletonlnn lu.dam by Heeley's American Mtnr. Knfleid has a In ton, his daughters have m In f.t or Imtter, Snd dnm (Julckstep by Kenready-to-wear say. .' :' H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. n clothing Stanford ever had. iu. tucky i:iH, and dams of 15 In the 2:31 list 3rd linn by Old Joe, sire of the dam of J. O. l'rlnce. Jr.. sire ofJ.Q. 1:ll., SEASON OF 1909. We will stand at niv farm near l'rvni-hersvllle the hllas Anderson Jack, which has perbam gotten as many lliu colts as any lack In the county, at It to In sure n living colt. Wlll also stand the .plen um ty Iteii uu alnet. jr..insure a ueu, mi i.y no to living colt. lies wlll l He to serve only u limited number of mares. W. l'.dHIHKI. l.r.M IIki.i., J:17. (Initon m SAMPSON s J. BAUGHMAN, 11 mi,i"iiim i i i men as Prescription Pointers ! It is cuitomary for every dru(fkUt to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim; but we can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the experience. MORGAN DENMARK "Black Joe" PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. high-clas- iicrl-duut- s, Are You Going To Build ? Wliilo wo nro licro to build the Lincoln county court liouec anil, should tho building fever ttriko you, why not have n little talk with u? Wo nro n n better position to build you it nico . GOLD BOND Res-den- HiR-ed- F. DON VARRICK. IS-- l. 1 Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House Hal-le- being ublo to buy nil materials cheaper and therefore are iu position to put a building up for it considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too smoUund the distanco will not stop u from figuring with you, iimttem not where you live. Wo invitouuy pro iicctivu builder to give us a trial. Wo luruieh all planH any rpeciiicattona for tuch buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. FRITZ KRUEGER &. F. H. MILLER. f i hi-a- Hv-I- iWJi REVERSA 47162. Jf OUR is it LAWN fflKE (Jul-liett- e 1 :, oxpennivo and better fence Moro ornamental, durable nnd ti tlmo Favcr us you need no ww, hummer uud nails to keep it in lcn than wood. repair. Call at our toro, heo tho beautiful fabric and galea and let us show you tho low prices on u good fonco job. i gencr-Htlon- GEORQEtH. FARRIS, Stanford. i . iljijf X jr a i,"?jH"4BW1'" ""'I "Jpwi'iWmi" ry''y 'iqpn"K"" ' - "" tjwtj. itk White Llnone Suiting 10c. Btripo nnd Plaid Drew Olnghanu 7Jc. lOo. Dotted Curtain 8wi-Stripo and Plaid Whito Lawn 10c. Side Bund Lawni 10c. All Calicoes fie. Urown Sheeting 8.c. School Umbrella Wc. Good Matting lie. White Curtain Poles 10c. Linen Window Shade 120c. Uco Curtains IHc to I8.n0 cr pair. 8wi Curtainu 81 to 12 per pair. India Linen 10c yard. c 40-inch A Bulletin of Bargains. Are you interested in caving on your purchases or getting just a little i better goods for your money thnn usual? ! It so, como and ictus present tho evidenco of our willingness to do cither for you. t Wo uevct ask more than others anil on hundreds of articles wo ask less. Isn't it worth your while- to save tho dimes, quarters and dollar? Ladies' Taped Neck VceU 7$c. T...1:.' UM.ll. P,.f ttnan fin Ladies' Ribbed Top Hose 10c. Extra fine, long cleave vests 25c. Knee and anklo length pants 20c. Children's Nazareth Union Suits 50c. A 15c quality children's riblied.hose (slight imperfections) lc, velvet rug 11.25. Dxll feet Brussels Drugget 810 OfT nit Knrint' Suits. Best Corset is tho American Lndy. thcTnl Oivo the Boys nnd Girls a chance. Put Kducntor Shoes on 25c. all Linen Suiting, Linen Sheeting D8c. Best 81 nnd 81.50 Kid Gloves to be had; fitted to the hand 1 Onn-Fnnrtli 30-mc- j j SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanfoiid, Ky., & SON. STANEORD KY. L. R. Hiighea T. W. Humble W. O. Martin - May 11, 1900 Ice cueaU soda water at Kenny's Drug Store. FINE line of Reels. Poles, Lines and allothcr Fishing Tackle at enny a Drug htorc. PERSONALS. DonCAB LEWIS Is with Danville Miss See our new lino of Ladies' Gauze Cotton Vest, made of S. C. Brown Legyour roof with the best Preserve soft, flexible goods; low neck, sleeveless, toped neck nnd nrmhorn eggs. Improved laying strain. roof paint on earth; mixed on Somerset Ky. St., Stanford, Ky., at Kails' tin shop. Mrs. R L. ilerry, Hustonville, relative. hole?, good values, at 10c and up to 50c. Also a new line of Phone 83-- rings. MifW Subib Hilton is with Urodhead . The Growers' Insurance Co. has setLadies' Summer Union Suits in the new weave. Good values relatives. Call In when you come to the circus tled satisfactorily with Miss Mary Pep-picwent to Har- - Milford Halt. James It. Newland at 50c nud upwnrd. Ladies' Black and Colored Gauzo Hose, Mrs. J. E. LYNN will return and court Monday and look at who suffered a firo loss some time rodsburg Friday. from Louisville whero underwent a dif- my line of buggies, farming imple ago. homo-folk- s Lisle IIoe, high spliced heel nnd toe, garter top, special CAIT. 0. 11. Goyen Is with the ficult nnd dangerous operation which ments, including riding cultivators, etc. was performed by Dr. McMurtry. In Lexington. Mr. M. II. Johnson, of Maywood, rola-tulino of wagons In tho county. E. quality, at 25c per pair. Alo a new lino of Ladies' Mrs. It. S. Hendren and children, of Best Mibs Jennie Warken visited has taken up the work of auctioneer the T. Pence. Klrknvllle. have been vlsitintr t Ijinraater. Black and Colored Lisle and Genevia Silk House, double heel and made a number of sales here yes sis spent family of her father. Mr. W. W. Fowle. J. C. Robinson, proprietor of tho terday. Mb. M. A. Johnson and wife Her little slater, Alpha, accompanied and toe, garter splicing, an unusual value, nt 50c per pair. Woman's Bakery, Danville, Ky., has Sunday In Lancaster. her home on an extended visit. J fiscal court very sensibly decided W. WHtri' Is visiting the The urn Installed electric machinery for the LOCALS. preparation of his famous Quaker Bread to make tho first floor of the court homefolks at Liberty. house of tiling. We congratulate the and will run a wagon to Stanford om-Gov. McCkeaky FniTii.of Drodhcad, New Hoc of John Prlmblo pocket a week to supply tho market. Geo II members on their good judgment. t. iti. I trr O'itannon. fam knives at Geo. D. Hopper's. Karris is agent for the Quaker Brend. Misa Maiiy Hicoinb visited tho r It is generally believed that Hunn's ily of Judco James Denton in somerset. A few more steel roller, ball bearing Leave your orders with him. drug store at Shelby City was burned of Middlcburjr, is nvMOND Cash, skates for sale. Cheap. This ofllcc. Howe's Great London Show is the by an incendiary and T. M. Cardwell, In clerking for Lutes Bros, at Turners- S STANFORD. KENTUCKY. inLook in Tribble & Pence's window for cleanest nnd best circus on tho road and assistant fire marshal, is making an the promoters richly deserved the har- vestigation. CrabOrch-ard- . Mrs. McClary's china. Miss Ophelia Lackey, of vest they reaped here. An Immense was tho guest of Miss Mary The Stanford High School team will Lost A brown reindeer working crowd attended the afternoon performUruco. Felix White. Stan- ance and at night the big tent was more play the Lancaster club on their grounds HurRin, rIovo. Howard. MB. J. 11. DUNN and wife, of Wednesday afternoon and the Huston-vill- o ford. than half filled. The features are all the family of Mr. J. L. Tottcn vlsltcnl nine here Friday afernoon. Game ll Typewriting dono at reasonable new ami good but tho work of tho Sunday. here will be called at 3:30 o'clock. sisters and the three little Japs is of r rank-for- t, ' MR. SHEWOS M. Sauiuey, rates. Miss Mollie Goldstein, Stanford. deserving of especial mention. The This office Is getting out tho ballots spent Sunday with hi. wife and Five shares of stock In the National trapeze acting was the best ever seen to be used in the judicial primary Satson hero. tox, of Hank of Hustonville tor sale. Apply here. Mr. W. A. Rhodes, the gentle- urday. Only two names appear on InviNE and Miss Elizabeth manly press agent, made many friends them-Jud- ge M. C. Saufley and Judge arc with Master Henry at this ollice. Danville, We want the custom of jour friends; quito as much as we want yours) here by his courteous treatment of our J. S. Owsley, Jr., and they come in the BauRhman. pieces of old furniture, inSeveral people. named. order nnd we propose to sell them by pleasing you. When you come to us for "Dean Spencer, of the Madison cluding an otd secretary all cherry . was the RUcat of Mrs. for sale. A. P. Brackctt. Stanford. Recital Institute, A good crowd attended the A. M. Feland on yesterday purchasyour given by pupils of Misses Ballou and ed the Webb place two miles from town G. G. Perry. vo- Eggs for sale from Bed hens, Wild Fettro at tho Graded school Thursday J. SiEVERandwifo left Mn. J. on the Hustonville pike. Mr. Feland tereay for a vt.it to his old home at Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese. Mrs. night and tho following program was will move from Lincoln county to the Crab Orchard, Ky W. J. Edmiston, splendidly rendered: Piano Coming farm. Advocate. Berne. Switzerland. Wo are sorry to spent Lucy Lee Walton, know that this good family will leave Oesten. c are going to give you to good a one for your money bo that much or tick- Spring Alec A. SHAiir, of Stanford, visa. -- The L & N. will sell round-triSunday with his parents near Sal Sunday at $1 75. Mary Moore Rancy. Virginia Mahony, our county. ets to Cincinnati next little that you'll be glad to tell your friends about us, nnd about the clothes Harrodsburg Herald. Ltdin VonGruenigen, Nancy Ycager, Special train loaves Stanford 5 A. M. Reading-"T- he The Stanford High School base ball we sell. After all thnt's the best kind nt advertising there is. We have MARIE SALLhK, of HarrodsburR Eichenberger. MISS Ellu L. B. took L. Williams. team went to Danville Friday and in an The city council has passed an ordi Hazing of Valliant"-- J. Is tho Ruest of Mesdames . . . . it mu mey me .1... iiDIT .V game defeated the Red Legs just received nnotlier e nipment or nouuy patterns uiiu .1 nance prohibiting tho running of auto Thomas Coleman. Piano .ml John II. Shanks. law-wil- l, 11 to 3. On Saturday Lancaster's team Mary Shelby Solo in Stanford at a higher rate of zo U v raft. mobiles Miss Ama Barker. came over and in an exciting game met OF STILE" make. of Danville, is with her aunt. speed than five miles per hour. "There's One to Guard and Save." Jones. Walter Singleton. defeat by the score of 7 to 3. Our team P. M. Mcitobcrts. Hartwell Mrs. ANY one desiring stenciling done in wife, of Josephine has played 10 games and won them ail. Ur. D. E Proctor nnd uh curtain". waiirV, te , will scu mo at -- 73 f are spcndinR Carpenter, Mary Morrison Matheny. Speaking Judge M. C. Saufley the Chas. Wheeler Emporium, HustonEflie Baughman. Lissa Holtsclaw, Bev. and Mrs. Ed Hubbard. crowd state that Mr. J. ville each Friday. Gablo W. Bradshaw. Reading -"- Tho Honor of Tho Woods" spoko to a large and enthusiastic WE are Clad to at Walton's Opera House yesterday afkicked by a Adapted. Thomas Bright, Piano ternoon but u lack of space prevents Shooting Rowland. At Rowland Nevln Carter, who was Is improving Saturday afternoon Garrett Smith shot Solo Valse Uurand. Miss Claudia Ea and extended mention of it. He made mule and badly hurt. arrived Bonr.RT Hard.no Waters Nathan Prewitt three times and serious ton. Reading "The King or Uoyviuo" some salty charges against his opposisW. A. White. Harry Reinhart. Piano nent, Judge J. S. Owsley, Jr., but tho Loui. Saturday to see his ly wounded him One ball went through from St. who continue his left hand, another broke his right Gallop Bohm. Bcssio Yantis, Kate latter did not reply to them, in fact ter. Miss Kate Waters, wrist and the third penetrated his neck Newland, Frances Portman. Frances Judge Owsley was not in the audience. r.intir.E Frank Vauohan, of just below tho Adam's apple. Prewitt Cooper "A June Day" C. W. Coombs. Judgo Saufley has a unmber of speak mi..lnn,i Vn.. is here on a brief , -visit was brought to Stanford andhis wounds Nancy Yeager, Elizabeth Biggins, IkltlllMf..., ing appointments in this county this anu ..- dressed by Drs. O'Bannon and Beid. Grace Brady, Berta Jean Penny. Piano week, a list of which appears else to his relatives. E. C. Walton J .,., Later ho was taken to his home in Gar- Duo-- La Baladina Uucalosoi. Frances where. At the conclusion of his caustic lly. , .. anu w... rard, whero ho was doing aa well as Cooper, Chorus Kate Newland. EOITOR SAUKI.EY IIUOIIBH remarks, Rev. T. W. Barker, who had could be expected nt last accounts. "Moonlight and Music." Ciro Pinsuti. been criticised to some extent, spoke of Lancaster, were Smith was arrested and gave bond in could not be pcrsuaueu j u s briefly. The Baccalaureato Sermon to $500. Ho claims that Prewitt used indaURh- of Stanford High School will be CUMrs.M.E.PRUITT and little sulting languago to hit wife and when Burnside, preached next Sunday, May 1C, at 11 ter Elirabelh Prultt. of D.Chan- - he ordered him out of his homo he, o'clock at Presbyterian church, by the Mr. B. Prewitt, started to draw his pistol. the family of mill make tl ifinon of UUV nt are . S. M. Logan, a former most pop- thlVuce.Jr..tlit lute John Z. Hpoonnmort), liam of Smith is from Knox county and is a Rav. pastor land, lit 10 to luauru n 1I1uk Orel,- All friends mile from lton Is of that church. .CM0.8sGeorc.a Lewis, of Crab cult. It muru triulKl or purtU lth, tb brother of Representative Sawyer ular and patrons aro hereby Invited. Tho union money U cornea Uu. year a Smith, of Barbourvillo. 1'eiico, Jr., bay italllon.eyrnr old, full IS ard, has accepted for next annual commencement exercises will be hancli hlgb, fOinl tyleandnctlon.by lVnce, at M1- as teacher in a biK school House Thurs he by Hlriu), h br Belmont, lie by Alvxan-ili-r'- a TUB Lincoln County Medjcal Society holJ in Walton's Opera Abdullah, l'mro Ut dam bv Almont Korrvkt, nd dam by (larrurd Unlet, 3rd dam "STBMOROAN Sum UAUOHJIAN met in Dr. J. F. Peyton's office In Stan- dav. Mav 20. at 8 P. M. Dr. Hubert bv'Jrey Kaule, tti dam by Uouperbottom. ford Tuesday last wtth tho following Gibson Shearin will deliver an address 1'ence, Jr." Ut dam by Kd Harlow 5B75. by celebrated his seventh bir HXtf, he by Volunteer f&. Kd Barof too ttlo folks members present: Drs. T. H. Single- at that time. Dr. Shearin is a conspic- Oaitelar dam by Woburu, 2nd dam by n low's Ut A large number Get busy nud give your orders for Fertilizer. and all ton, McKinnoy; M. Leo Pipes, More-lan- uous figure In the educational affairs of Mambrlno horito, Srd dam by Hainbrlno heipedjblm celebrate tho event Mritunger. Pence, Jr.'Und dam by Olllt Maywood; W. F. Hickle, Lexington. Ho is professor of English Vermont. IVncv. Jr.i rolta arenll thowliiK Jones. had a Rood time. He is a up nicely and they bear proof of hlin aa a , Anxiis. of th real estate Hubble: B. J. Brown, J. F. Peyton, J. at Transylvania University. " k Adams, of Danville, G. Carpenter, L. B. Cook and Hugh man of courteous bearing, pleasing ap breeder. gnuxl at 1 per month; not reapon-ilbl- e I have tho nicest line of Buggies, Surreys, Pluetous nud RunabouU that I Marea nrmofDn s. fur accldenta or eacapea aliould any Pipes was made pearance and broad experience and cultho bK Beld, Stanford. have ever haudled. Call and look before buying. Also McCoruiack occur. waihero I ,.? "i. yesterday advertising Danville chairman.- - Dr. E.Dr. Brown read a J. ture. Dr. Shearin has won distinguishBfOONAMOKK A IlltO., Rowland. In West UKO. M hold Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco and Com. See tho Krause Pivot on "Chorea, or St. Vitus Dance." ed notice In the Literary world, being Thursday.IMay 20. notable works on the ancients. Tho an author of several fm hand-som- a as It was called by essayest to MR. W B. Bili. n Axle Riding Cultivator. be a clas- English and German Literature. Ho paper showed the their moved from Hustonvlllc to Our sical scholar and familiar with ancient has studied abroad at Oxford, London home on Danville Avenue. become and modem literature. This paper was and Paris. It will bo worth while for people are glad to have them favorably roontioned by each member every citizen of Lincoln county who ap on the mai . citizens of tho best town and daughter, miss present. Dr. L. B. Cook read a paper predates higher education to hear him Mrs. A. Adams !KU!l.4 S which was highly The exurcibca are held at night so that return-e- d on "Rheumatism," Jane Adams, of Crab Orchard, of u entertaining and Instructive. Ho went business men and farmers may have tho homo yesterday after a visit at into the minute details of causes and opportunity to hear and bo benefited. few dajs to Mrs. JoTin Ilaldeman becamo eloquent in advocating tho va- There will bo other important features WelssInRer-Gaul-bert- . her apartment In tho K rious efficient remedial agents in its al of the exercises. On Friday night, the -C- ourier-Journal. WiTiiv-iiiNWarren, formerly leviation. All voted Dr. Cook'a paper 21st of May, the annual recital of tho i,.. reworth the time lost from business to music departments will be given and u wlththlsoll.ee, but who recently society adjourned to meet magnificent program is being prepared. to her homo at Stanford hear. The turned . .... IUW. IMVrtvP has' now cone to at Moreland with Dr. Pipes June 22. at As most peoploknow tho regular com t novirn IK1TT1 on the which tlmo Dr. Edward Alcorn vlil read mencement exercises will bo free to FIR RATES APH.Y 1) LMAL MANA8ER Forest, Ohio, to tako u position everybody and all are urged to come. Review editor will find a paper on the "Treatment of Acute Bevlew. The will The usual price of admission will obtain G. G, Perr up-to-d- ate TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY assistant in Miss Kate, as Dysentery" and Dr. iNCoarcn.TCB tho one on "The Treatment of Typhoid Fe for the recital given by music depart. of lw la good U any department ments, ver. Republican. " oee.-SwBe- riet y m Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr., is over from Lexington. Mn John Noon camo an mo way from HarrodsburR to hear Judgo Sau- fley speak. EoiTons M. D. and Saufley Huoiies, of Lancaster, attended court hero yesterday. MR. It. W. Keenon and wife, of HarrodsburR, wcro rucsIs of her mother and sister hero. Mb. E. B. HaYDEN and wife, of Kanfor Bomo, Italy, sas City, sail for a tour of Europe. They will bo Rono four months. Mr. J. W. Hall, who was with the Atlantic fleet In iu tour of tho world, is visltlnir his parents, Mr. and Mrs. y For Sale. Locust posts. Cheap. W. Dr. W. N. Craio, oculist and optician. Ofllco over II. J. Mcltobcrta' L. McCarty, Stanford. clothing store. If you nro particular, try Denham's The L. & N. will run an excursion to Rex coal. Yards at Stanford and Louisville May 23 at $1.75 for the round trip. Train leaves Stanford at 6:16 a. Wanted, to loan $3,000 on first M. mortgage land notes. Enquire at this weather prophet pre- office. dicts snow on May 20. That's tho date The residence of Mr. Bedell Chan six inches fell in 1891, and history may cellor wns struck by lighting Sunday, repeat Itself. but not much damage was done. A WliiTESiiURO Knit Vests And Hosiery. For Sale. -- Pure 3 ' s, i good-weari- e HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.," T Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, M hand-painte- Ty-Be- IT ISN'T Y01 ALONE! to-mal- e SUMMER SUIT, .. 1 rt .1 i . d vl p $4 j Valso-Sche- r- Utile e, W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. For all kinds of JLJ t Highest Market Prices Paid COUNTRY in '.. PRODUCE 1, " - ; Rrad-uate- Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. PENCE, JR. H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford. FARMERS! .i 1 d; ,,:... pa-p- er Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. iLi 10 THE Sftira&B abu ywt TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE ' ;j ..fcin Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an r of goods. EAIT V,. i,11'.. ajjrttWgajgjWjfca)Bi c i The Interior Journal. JtnleredintKePott-Oficta- l tieend-cla- u IH NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Joseph Eversole, aged 80, Is dead at Hszcl Patch. Stanford el Tho wlfo of T. A. Hoover, la dead at R ! rtf Morrli o nrllsjo I matter. L. & N. TlffiE THBLE No.r,!:Wr. No. SI,Houth,ll:Mr. No.SI,Houlh, Haul A Na. H, North, 4!(0 a. No. , North, ft:? P. No.T7, 10:17 A.M. M. . M. M. M. Ky. Members of sister lodges are fra Van Duren, Anderson county. ternally invited to be present, T. W. 1 en nlngton, Keo. Mrs. Minnlo M. Ncabit, sister of Knott, Is dead nt Lebanon. W. H. LAIR, Hustonville, Ky., Miss Georgia Maston, of thoUuckeyo linn added n nice linn of flKOCRKIKH to section of Garrard, Is dead of pneumo111 MK AT MAItKKTnnd nsksn iiortlon o( Crab Orchard, Kontucky. yourpatronngc. "rrr imiooui 51 mo Low- nia. est I'rlces;"ls Ills motto. Mrs. John Goodfrlcnd dropped dead Is now ready to serve his old friends and you have hopes Tht Joseph Pries Sanatorium, at MIddlcsboro. 'Her huibiind died two n muleto make many new ones. If the work or horse to castrate save months ago. for hi in and have It done right. He makes North Lancaster Htrcet, Mrs. Snllio Alexander Walker, aged a specialty of eiitrntlng rldgellngs. 57, died at Lawrcnccburg after an illStanford, Kentucky. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIness of several months. Tor Tmvtme nt of Disease of the Kye, Nose, Frank Prultt shot and dangerously NEERING. Ttirnnt, Knr, Hcnlto.l'rlnary, llectal Owounded James Bengo at Joo Ab Al rgan, Nervous Hystem nnd Hurgery, I nin prepared toilonll kinds of sun eying len's distillery In Laurel. and civil engineering promptly. .My work Mrs. J. Harry Moore, ono of the best- - win i Kunmmeeii mm mj priec. lire Write 1110 nt MeKlnney or call me known and most prominent young ma- over the telepbona through the llustonvlllo Draft Stallion, at flO to Insure a Liv- trons In Mercer county, Is dead. ..AVIil.llgl.. ing Colt WALTKIl MrKINNKY MIddlcsboro Is to have another bank good Mulo Jack at tbo same and the name of the institution is to bo Also a price and on samo conditions, the First Stato Dank of MIddlcsboro. T. J. Robinson, of Hustonville, qualM. S. UauohmaN, Stanford, Ky. Dealer In iind Manufacturer of ified as executor of J. C. Robinson's esMonu-mont- s, tate, as provided In the will, Lancas- Marblo and Notice Poultry Ralstrs ! ter Record. Cemetery and Now Is thr time of year to feet! your fowls The MIddlcsboro Hotel, which has Markers nnd Posts, OIJlco and works,Lawn MeVases and Kettees. good tonte, cures Cholera. Gapes, Koup, canker nnil Llmberneck, when feu nt had a varied existence for the last five Klnney, Ky. a preventive It not only keep them healthy or six years, was placed in the hands tint makes them lay. l'rlce 50 cents, nocure.no pay, guaranteed toy your druggist, Oeo. I.. I'ennv, try It under of a receiver. Gideon D. Rothwell, nged 73, is dead the guarantee, Askfor booklet on diseases I will stand turflno mulo lack lVvton. of ioultry. toy fnrin nt Morclnnd, Ky., nt pi to Insure in Garrard. He was a brother of Sam- ntliving colt. k uel D. Rothwell and lived in the Also will stand a standard-breregistered Eczema is Curable Wllk..tlllou And three fine young Jacks section. will lie permitted toseren few mnres free ZEMO, a scientific preparation fot Levi Harris and Horace Norton, from tomr renulnr customers where they breed external use. Stops itching instantly three mares or more. and destroys the germs that cause skin Rockcastle county, serving six years II. II. KINO. and is diseases. Eczema r.jickly yields each on a charge of manslaughter, wcro permanently cured by this remarkable paroled by the Prison Commission. nedlcint. All Druggists. Write for samA petition was forwarded to Frank ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Ma exHave your measure taken by fort this week protesting against the perience. Then your clothes, a tailor of low Penny's Drug Store. wbethern pardon of William Rowsey. There Is price business suit or the finest evening and unanimous opposition to issuing the clothes, will have that Individualitymade lit which plainly Indlcnte they were to your measure, 1 win also take )our measpardon. Advocate. ure for extra trousers, fancy ets, top Tulsson of Ohe.ter Dare will make the coats and overcoats. Hnrlng nnd Hummer preent .eason lit H. H Carpenter's stable 111 samples on nana renny lor your inspection FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. ilustonvllloat $10 to Insure living colt. II. O. IlUl'LKY.TheTnllor, Ha Is n AND I'KIIlriKKK tlFSCKtHTION Htanford.Ky. tilarkultlistiirliilorehead.pt hand high, Fort Sale, Good bnggy mare. II. with nil the style ml ilnl.h characteristic G. Lutes, Stanford. Itching Skin Diseases of the Chester Dare fam'ly, a good acting hore and proven breeder. See him beforea Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. E. Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid booking jour mares If jou are looking for T. Beazley, Stanford. for external use. Zcmo gives instant ?ood Iwedernt llvlngprlce. Hired by 1st dim by Telegraph. Suddamby B. D. Carter bought of George II. elief and permanently cures any form HlPP" by Mumbrlno Chief. JNO.O. LYN.V. jf ItchincSkin or Scalp disease. All Hustonville, Ky, Farris a bay gelding for $150. Lost, red yearling steer. Left about Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, May 5. Reward. H. Reid, Stanford.' lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. James Yowell sold to George J. G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Cunningham a young mare by Galton . for I Ex-Go- v. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Every person In this city who i suffering from Eczema, Pimples, DandI df lire to sell privately my stock of Hardware. Imlng a rooiI busl. ruff or any form of skin or icalp disness. Will Invoice about iaJttO. Ilenson Nlcholasvlllo. ease, can find relief and be permanent111 health. ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid fot Mrs. Lucy Jane Pollard, aged 75, la OKO. I). llOri'KIl, Htantnrd, Ky. dead In Garrard. externa! use. All durguisti tell ZEMO MASONS' J. T. Curtis, a prominent citizen of PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Somerset, Is dead. Mrs. Dan Warren died at London folLincoln Lodge No. DO K. A A. M. will meet In stated communication on each first and lowing a difficult operation. third Monday nights of each month, at T::i) A Stato bank has been organized at o'clock in tneir nan on main sireeet, for Sale. The Truth MY LINE OF TROUSERS! Is Now Complete For Tho MEET. Minn-for- A. S. Surgeon Dentist, PRICE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. T. F. GROSS, )ftlco ovor Mcllobcrts' Drug Store In tho Owsley Building. Hotter than over handled SPIWndSMil before for tipto-dat- o FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I tho Price. line of Also the most GEORGE HUR, A fine Uun grass farm for sale situated on newnlke near lilnt leaMll and sU miles i acres, south of Ijinca.ter, containing well located III good neighborhood, helug part of the John Walker tract, with n handsome new, two slory seven. room residence thereon, with nil necessary outbiilldlngsand good, new born 40(1). Well watered, six never falling springs and creek running through. Tkhms. tensh In hand, balance one and two years from day of sale, bearltnr six ner cent Interest until paid. In nny stylo you wish. Cull and ivrsons loosing lor sum place please write see W. U. WALKru, Htanford. us show you wlint wo linve. Men's and Ladies' Oxfords let Harry Jacobs, Cranlto Insures Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. You Will Make No Mistake in Buying Jesse D. Tht Wearen, 3A; J Insurance Man, ontce, M. PEYTON. d STANFORD, KY. Residence I'lione le Insure with mo and bo fully protected. The Adorina's Fox nnd his dam Is a show-cothat has given pounasoi ricn iniiKinonotiay. ir you ! Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor- - nnd have strletlr uimmI eow,)ou should avail yourself of his service. He will !m allowed to serve limited number of approved, registered cows outside of our own herd this year, turn fee of tScach. Make engagement liefore sending cow to be, bred. ItKIl) AtlTTKIt. Telephone . Htntiford, Ky. N. II. We have to oiler three extra choice bull calves that wilt bo sold nt right prices. AT, ets 11 11 When Ordering Clothes Is a handsome, large young Jersey Hull, descended from a long nud unbroken Hue of the most no ttil bulls and cows on the Island of Jersey Knglnnd nnd Amerlcn. Ills sire Is one of the liest bulls ver lninnrt,! Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, Come in and look at them. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Cloth, Etc.. in All Sizes. Shall be Glad to See You. CHESTER S. 11 11 11 At McKinney, Ky., Voucan find our Hlnndnrd Itemedy, the frentest blood and liver medicine yet know 11. itlieumntlsiii. Halt Uheuiu Kidney Trouble and all discuses arising from Impure blood It has no iijunl. It Is manufactured under the pure food net of June II). Ifl,nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If thelleiiiedy Is taken according to directions and It be or she Is not benefited by the use of the Itemedy we will refund sour money Wu can do nothing more. Kueh package contains 3tldo.es with n registered guarantee nnd mailing card with full Instructions. We send It to any uddre.s by mall oil re celpt of II per pavkage or six packages for to. Uetter order Uix If taken In time you might save a big doctor's bill Itemember If you take the lleiuedy according to Instructions and arc not benefited, you get jour dollar back. ox will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only by our duly nuthurlied agents. iir:i;m:.N William. Agent. 11 H. In France last year over CO.000, and were butchered for the table. J. H. Baughman & Co., ore paying $1.50 for wheat and H for corn. Who says farmers can't get rich at such in Germany 30,000 horses FARM FOR SALE Stanford, Kentucky. HI COINS, i . sS M.''i.i'vT prices? Beau Naboth will make the season of 1009 at my barn. Bring me your barren mares. I have successfully used the impregnates for two years. Felix White, Stanford, Ky. Stanford Court. There were about 200 cattle on the market yesterday, all of which changed hands. Prices ranged from 3 to 5Je. J. M. Roberts sold a bunch of heifers at $21, some steers at $22 and n lot of cowa at 31c. There was little doing in the horse and mule The farm of HO acres, of good blue grass land, lying one mile North of MeKlnney ,on the Hlhiifurd pike. Improvements and fencing good: plenty of water and fruit. Also 111 acres of tlinliered land one mile Kn.tnf MnlClnnpv.hnlf limine litrtM' uluntv of wnternnd good toluicco land. Hte grow- ngcrop. Agem. j.a.ui y, McKlnn-- Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Safeguard the Future The ! I enn furnish the publlo with the best, as The safest, surest nnd most ndeuate safewell as the freshest of cut flowers, nlauts of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short guard for the future Is a policy In notice. Also iiiiikn it specialty of wreaths Mutual Benefit Life for fur funeral purposes. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 38.000.O0 In connection with the nbove, I hao nil Insurance Co. S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. kinds of vegetables on hand at rehsonuble prices. It Is conspicuous for economical manage- J. B. PAXTON, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER ment, lllierulltv of Its ihiIIcv contract., fair uiu.r,. IlllUHKM, dealing with Us member. and large returns Ku IlL'uimin, 1'Kint. J- - W.ROCHESTER. TELLER. rttnnford, Ky. tuiiKincy noicierv H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER I lie eomiuny Is Just entt ring the 340,000.00 uiuiji.. market. DR. E the value of a suit. It isn't the start of its wear, but shes Service, not price, establi- high, city broke, gentle anywhere, sin- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate of Chicago Vet gle or double. To appreciate this mare you must see and drive her. Trained erinary College. and can step 2:30 gait to buggy; has Tlioiie Si. Olllce tit I). K. Logan's Static, small blemishes on knees; otherwise DANVILLE, KY. sound Will sell cheap at once. Lutes Bros , Turnersville, Kv. STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. T. F. Hawkins sold Birdie Vanflect a Jersey heifer for $70. This tine black saddle stallion was sired by the great siuldlt breeding stallion, old Ashby Robinson bought 100 bushels of Htonewnll. This colt's dam wusn Ubiiiuurk nice colt. clover seed from Strader Bros, at $0. mure, lie Is n breeding, Ho has colts to prove his good Wlllstund ut ptto Sanders & Norton have engaged about insure until weaning lime, we noiu n lieu on all colts until paid fur, llarren mares 4,000 lambs for June delivery at Cc, madu to stand by tlieluipregniitor. We lime for July delivery at 5Jc and August de- perfect success In this breeding. For Sale. -- Gray mare. 15 hands (Su.v.i(ir Dr. a. TEST. 11 L. ensey ) succtssful business career with more pulley li,iMr li, I in.ifi eM iy all oilier lomimnles combined. Write tnil for piiriicuiurs, stuting ngeniia wluliicr married or single to K,;i.Kr:wiiVMi upeciai Agt Myers Huu.e Kbits, Hliiulord. Jnrnes I, Whit, Solicitor for itockcastle Co. of 11 . SIXTY FOURTH YEAR J. B. Owsley, Stsnfonl; S. II. Simuke, John IJ. Foster, Stanford; W. oiRcoronst II. SUtufiini; Goo. V. Citrter, SUnlord Slinnkn, Stanfonl; T. C. Han- kin, Ltncaiitcr; J. H. Faxton, Stanfonl; V. II. Traylor, uiinerta urccK; u. 1,. minnie, laiiRister: W. Fifn In the head pain anywhere, has Its ranM. Is blood pressure nothuii rain liconf else usuallr. At IravL sc 71 UT. bhoop, and to prove It he has created a lluie pink tablt t. Thai tablet called Dr. Bhoop's Headache Table- tn PAIN ir. Cummiti', I'rcacheravillc; Lillitiru Goocli, Gilbortu Crick. Jrst jationat ffiancj Stanford, 7ty. JPas paid Organltd. S&2. Capital Slock, Surplus atrr rtndiu,'det frofilt. in "Dividends sineo Organization, SSO.OOO. Its effxet li charmuic, pleaiuisly delightful. (Jenily though salsly. 11 surely equalke lha blood circulation. If you have a headache. It's blood pressure. If It's painful periods with women, same causa. 1 ! livery at 5c Harrodsburg Herald. Rev. I. W. Williamson's Letter. ltov. I. W. Williamson, Hunting ton, W. Va writes: "This is to cer tify that I used Foley's Kldnoy Hem edy for nervous exhaustion and kidney troublo and am free to say that it will do all that you claim for It." Foley's Klduoy Remedy lias, restored hoaltL and strength to thousands of weak, run down people Contains no harmful drugs and Is pleasant to take. New Stanford Drug Co. The drug store of John Robins at BrodhNid was broken into Wednesday night and something over $100 in jewelry stolon. A small amount of money was taken from the house of Mrs. An- congestion blood pressure That surely U a Bhoop't Headache Tablets stop This fine black Jack was sired by Major certainty, for Dr.and the Ubltu simply dlsulbuia It lu 'JJ minutes, John li, Harris' Imported Juck. Ho will the unnatural blood pressure. make the season of IMUut my barn at IS to and doesn't lirulte Insure 11 colt until weaning time. His get well, andyour tuner, andcourse It It get red, con. pain your Of of lfn Isnow on my farm to show for Tils nstlon. blood pressure. You'll Anddocs. It's pala It where good breeding. He Is u sure foul getter. It always. Its simply Ooiooon Hense. We sU at 25 cents, n& cheerf ully recommend A. T.TUAYLOH A HONH. Pleusant Hill Ureedlng Furin, Htunford, K. F. 1). Ho. 4 ILLY BRECKINRIDGE. S9, OOO. S2, 500. fnvitt 7oiu Accounts on Our Waritt - thejinist. CONCRETING We ure. In position to do all kinds of concreting, such us lllock Work, l'uvemenls nnd, In fact, we can uiuku any thing from r house down to a fence post. We van serve you promptly and guarantee work and iniiteilul. Cull and get our prices before you buy jour luuterlul ut leust. llrst-clu- Ederheimer Stein Clothes arc so well finished at the start that they finish well at the end. Vox young men The making is as good as the Jit that means most that can be said about any clothes. Sold with a guarantee which lasts when the clothes don't last up to expectation. ready-to-wear Headache Tablets PENNY'S STORL DRUG Dr. Shoop's OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. I'- Held. I. S. I locker, President;, H. Haushman, M I). Hlmore, J, M. Petlus, S. T. Harris, II. C. HauKhraan, J. F Cummins, John . McHoberls, Cashier; S. T. Harris, .00. C. Robinson, II. C. Daughman, Assl. Casb'r V. II OUannon J. S. Hocker, W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. C. E. Tata. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. na Shumate, women, bead pains, or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's Pink I'aln Tablets. Seo full formula on 25o liox. Sold by Penny 'a Drugstore SILVER KING, JR., Hit. Will make the seusou of lUWat my stable atOedarOreuk.ut f to Insure u living colt, Hltver King, Jr., is 11 dark buy with u lieuvy munouiid tall, full 15 hands high, lie was sired by Hllver King, 110 by UnTlme, sou of Htonewnll Jucssoii. 1st dam by Outts'Htouewall Jackson, Jr., son of Hubhle's old Mouewull Jucksoii, Sil dam by UabbellV Lexington, lid dum o eel- ebruted suddlu horse of wuyuu county. 4th "Then you don't bellevo seeing Is uyne dam by Miller's Oopperboltom, of was Motile. Mounen by Hllver "Nix, I see lots of people I wouldn't Cubbell's KlDir'idum son of lllood's lllock Lexington, Huwk. 2ddaml,y Young America sou of believe." Taylor's Messenger. will ulso stuud tho good Jack, l'reventlcs-tho- so I'ains of H J. McRoberts. a living colt. Nigger Is rt al1 colds and the Grip. Try them once blaoKjaeKlSS bunds. 4 years old nnd Is a Individual, lie Is by lllack Oloud uud and see! Sold by IVnnys Drug Kooil Tom Keene, K. W. WHITK.OedarOreeK, oil Hlanford Store. and UraU Orchard pUe. At M to Insure 48-2.- Tabletswill safely and quickly check Candy Cold Cure NIGGER, , Hustonville, Ky., Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE- LECTION we have ever shown. Life.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Styles up to tho minute. Prices beyond competition. Glass, Suretyon Bonds our Spring Lino is now complete To save monoy, Wo also stato that conio and seo and bo Immediate attention convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladles, Misses aud Children and given to losses which our liuo of Gent's Shoes will certainly please. Hauan and Walkover linos are paid without are hummers and ure strictly reliable. Yours for au honest deal, count. ClUHUa WlIKELKK. bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, To- , I