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Xv -- tWt!i.?L NO. - . 22, Of course you fire if 6omn to me 6 m lot il : .! stnrfl. KL Saturday, May 22, 1909. fit Beginning at 1:30 P. MM sale n n May 22, 1909. 17 Nice Building Lots will be sold at auction; also the residence of the late Col. Thomas P. Hill. One Lot Will Be Given Away -- i i ' 1 v Everybody will be there. Come, you might be the lucky person to draw the FREE LOT. Now is the time to select a nice lot and build a home. This is the finest opportunity you will ever have to buy a splendid and desirable lorA All of these lots are on desirable streets, Main, Whitley, Miller and Logan Avenues. Concrete pavements have be,en laid on all these streets. Move to town and make the investment of your life; that is, educate your children. Stanford is no boom town; consequently your property value will never decrease, but on the other hand will gradually increase from year to year. There is not a vacant house in Stanford. Remember registration will open Saturday, May 22, at 9 o clock A. in. ana close at jl:ou r. m. at tne nome 01 tne late loi. i nomas r. mil. ine sale 01 the lots will begin promptly at 1:30 P. M., and immediately after the sale the drawing for the free lot will take place. It will be necessary for the holder of the lucky number to be present in person when the drawing takes place. Don't forget the 150-acr- e farm we will sell. For full particulars, terms of sale, etc., write to Absotely Free I Jl It 'Otr " ll I. Florence, Hughes Relic of a Tragedy. Ken-tack- & M&Garfy, IN Stanford, Ky ,U --. POLITICAL. NEWS NOTES. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. James B. Brock, of Laurel, aged 17, be one. at exficct twt offlco at LexingtonArmstead MUler Tho Missouri Senate committee on Policeman John Lewis shot and in- was struck by a train In Louisville and 18S0, in which Col. Constitutional Amendments killed tho stantly killed Jim Puckett at May field. killed. Swopo was stabbed to death, und Col. Lexington and Winchester played a g Puckett was resisting arrest. from the woman's Suffrage, resolution by rejiort-in.Goodloo died a few hours later Army balloon No. 12 sailed from Fort 17 inning game, which resulted in a it adversely. (jpeffccU of a wound from a pistol shot Diplomatic rotations between the Omaha to Jackson, Neb , luO miles, in score of 1 to 0 in favor of Winchester. fired by Col. Swopo. Tho knife was Governments Sheridan Carroll has been appointed of Columbia and Vene-7iip- GJ hours, but exploded as it landed. K3tof-nc- o picked up from the lloor of tho Jumoit lloyli', tli kidnnpr of Willi" postmaster at Halsey, Whitley county, !own r.'diiinfd aftor u broulc hv oil'.ce, Dy one of iho c!cii in tha Whitln, got a life sentence and his wife and II. F. Bernard at Humble, Russell of several years. und covered with blood, was wrapped J. Pope Drown has been appointed a term of 20 years in tho penitentiary. county. In a newspaper. Attorneys have Tiled suit against the Gov. Hadley's bill, providing for the State Treasurer of Georgia by Gov. J. II. Swope, n brother of Colonel Hoke Smith, to flit ftjo vacancy cnuai-- licensing of clubs which sell Cincinnati Southern in the Pulaski Immediately Swope, went to Lexington intoxicants to members, was defeated circuit court for $20,000 damages susby tho death of Robert E. Park. on receipt of tho news of the tragedy, tained by Matthew Wright. Wright The nomination 'f, Henry Groves in tho Missouri House. to look after tho remains, and for somu Connor, a Democrats to -- bo United The Brotherhood of Railway Trnin-me- n was acting as switchman and while in to him. reason the knifo was turned over is holding its ninth biennial con- the performance of his duties a lump of States Judgu for tho Eastern district Mr. Perkins was conducting a hotel in of North Carolina was sent to tho Sen- vention at Columbus, O., with about coat tell oir tho engine, striking him on time, and Mr. Swopo Danvillo at the ihe head. A portion of his skull was 400 delegates in attendance. ate by President Taft. brought the body to his house, on tlin The Senate by a vote otSo t to 4 1 deJutnes Unger killed Lewis Holloway knocked oil and his brain is still exposway to Lincoln county for Interment, clined to reduco by of a in Robertson county, Tenn. Ungcr's ed. and stopped with Mr. Perkins. cent u pound tho duty on pig lend plant beds were scraped and when the MATRIMONIAL. Tho knlfo was handed over to Mr. By a viva voce votu the Senutu men met the killing followed. Perkins clerk to bo kept over night, adopted tho ruto of Sg cents a pound as Gabe Drown, of Swifts Creek, Wolfe Jamea W. Stephens, a widower of and was placed In tho olllce safe. In r (.'commended by thu committee. county, was shot from ambush and 29, and Miss Bessie Napier wero marincident to tho occasion, the excitement In a special message to Congress William Trent, aged 70 years, was ar- ried ut Rev. Gooch's Wednesday. the knife was forgotten, and remained President Taft recommends legislation rested charged with the crime. Henry M. Bosworth, of pain the safe wrapped In tho bloody at tho extra session of Congress to William Sims was Bhot and killed at Lexington, will bo married Juno 3rd a year. Mr. Perkins sold his amend tho Foraker act under which Earlington by an otlicer, who mistook per, about to Miss Ollie Fant, of Flcmingsburg. hotol to A. Tribble, and In cleaning out tho territory is governed. The Presi- him for a burglar. Sims was trying to E. L. Sowder, aged 42 and three his safe, Incident to turning over the dent says: "A situation of unusual enter another home which ho had mistimes a widower, and Miss Lata Sowfound it there, and still has gravity" exists through tho failure of taken for his own. business, ho der, 22, wero made ono a few days since. It in his possession. Tho knife has a the assembly to pass tho appropriation Tho explosion of n stick of dynamite Cornelius L Hollis, aged 71, and a handlo and a spring on the bills and charges that the Porto Ricans carelessly or maliciously placed in a buckhorn veteran of the Civil War, and Miss closing when In back to prevent It from have forgotten tho generosity of the stove caused thu death of two men and Nellie Cravens, 17, were married at use. When opened It Is a fraction over United States and have too much po- serious injury to three others at the Evansville, Ind. 8 inches in length, the blade, which has litical power. He concludes thut tho Petcrman coal mino near FredericksOur corpulent friend, Fred Durham, a razor edge, being a fraction over 3J right to mako appropriations should 'be burg, O. of Brodhead, has taken unto himself a Inches In length. It has I X L on the taken away. James Uoyle, before his departure wife In tho person of Miss Maude Watblade, and was niado by Georgo from Mercer, Pa., for the penitentiary son, u pretty and popular young lady of Courier-Journcovers n multi- at Pittsburg, gave out a signed stateTub Sheflield, England. I that place. Colonel Goodloo was a member of ono tude of faults when it announces edito- ment in which he charged Harry Fork-eTho marriage of Miss Anna Belle families in Cen- rially that it will not only refuse to supof tha most prominent an uncle of Willio Whitla, with com- Higginbotham to James Power Smith, tral Kentucky, and stood high in tho port Senator McNutt but will oppose plicity in his crimo. Jr., of Richmond, Va., was solemnized councils of tho Republican party in any ticket on which his name may apBroughton Brandenburg has waived bride's home in Lexington. She born and pear. McNutt U one of tho skunks, extradition, and will bo taken back to at the Kentucky. Col. Swope was is a daughter of G. T. Higginbotham, reared In Lincoln county where ho was who after being elected by democrats, New York for trial on a grand larceny formerly of Garrard. He was a splendid voted for Hon. W. 0. Bradley for Sen. charge in connection with tho sale of widely connected. specimen of Intellectual and physical ator. The monument erected by the Georthe articlo purporting to have been manhood. He held the olllco of Intergia division, United.Daughters of tho Tho citizens of Louisville needn't go written by Grover Cleveland. nal Revenue Collector, In the Lexington to seo Barnum & Ualley this year Tho women school teachers through- Confederacy, to tho memory of Capt. district for a number of years. The they can just watch tho Republican out the country are looking longingly Henry Wirz, in charge of tho Federal trouble grow out of political jealousies, primary convention and savo their toward Colorado, Wyoming and Utah prisoners confined at Anderaonville, und culminated in the terrible tragedy. money. sinco tho equal suffragists brought out Ga., In 1864-5- , was unveiled Wednesday Frankfort Journal. Middlcsboro tho fact that In these States women re- with appropriate exercises. . m The Penigwasaett House, one of tho ceive tho same salaries as the men. Twenty men were killed by a prema"Wherever I was Invited In America, largest hotels in tho Whita Mountains, Wilbur and Orvtlle Wright, the aeroalways there was a crowd. Everybody N. II., waa destroyed by fire. The loss nauts, arrived In Now York. They tura blast of dyiuralte In a stone quarby the Callanin Road teemed to bo present." is estimated at 1100.000. proved to be shy heroes, declining to ry operated Company near the vtllace of m "Everybody and hla wife!" attend a big reception that had been He Is anything but a good barber who tendered them, and discussing their South Bethlehem, 11 miles southwest of "No, another peculiar thing everycuts an acquaintance. Albany, N. Y. plans and work'With much reserve. body and her hiMband.'-'Pu(- ic. in November, Dawson Springs went dry for the Senator Hradley voted in favor of inWht u undoubtedly n knife whichy creasing tho duty on load. first time in tho town's history. stirred figured in a tragedy that Miss Hattle Grider has been appointJohn D. Smith, of Paducah, has anfrom center to circumference, for Prison ed a rural route carrier in Warren counago, Is In the possession nounced as a candidate lomo 20 years ty. Commissioner. of Mr. H. H. Perkins, of this city. The Senator McCreary eays ho is not a John Molloy, the contractor of Cinwm used by Col. William Casstus knlfo candidate for Governor and docs not cinnati, who built the canal around the Goodloe in tho faul encounter in tho Louisvillo is dead. falls to Mrs. Fannie Vaughn, aged 70, Is dead at Shelby City. Thomas J. Douglas, a prominent citizen of Madison, is dead. Near Albany, Clinton county, Jesse Qranhsm shot and killed J. A. Tomp- Aj An Ideal Walking Oxford kins. njvRIBi iERY SWELL. Euct Welted & Jolt. Extension Edf I RcprodgctUm of lliu SuL Shoe. U OXFORDS - one-quart- Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALLTHESTYLESFOR 1909, for- - al r, Men, women and Children. if1. News-Recor- Cummins & Wearesti, A f STANFORD. KENTUCKY. R A PASSENom on a train In New York State placed hie bafrgsgo on a seat and went Into the next car. When ho reE. C. WALTON turned he found the scat occupied by two men, who refused to give it up. JOHN SAM OW8LEY, JR., A row ensued and also a suit at law. Is r candidate for circuit ludRe of this, lh After passing through tho several miititiject to the nctlon of lli lth rtlttrlct. Democratls party. nor courts the caso reached C the court of appeals, which decided'that n man M. C. 8AUFLEY does not reserve a scat in a railway It n candidate for circuit JuJro of lhl, the in it; a lath Judicial district, subject to the nctlon coach by placing his baggage 01 me ueniocrauo )mrw fact that travelers may do well to The Interior Journal. B. D. CARTER, NeW'Ltverv ' Depot Street, Phone 00. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Almont Dare 3228. !. Democratic Ticket. Attorney, KorCommoniealth' CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer. Kor Htnto Henntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor Itejiresentntlve, V. H. SHANKS Kor County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, J W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE v. l. Mccarty For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER For Jnller, DINK FARMER For Ancmr, JOHN C. PEPPLES KorBitperltiler'tent of School', GARLAND SINGLETON y. i ,.oner, I QTOA'jV. P. BRIGHT For Sheriff. 'h ' I District, ForMnnittrM" JAMES MJ'IttlNlE .'o' ' Irt'tr., . Fnrioiutnt c I M. BRUCE T: For For MnEl.trate.Crab Orchnrl J. "WARD MOOR!. Magistrate HotonMli. J. K HELMUT w J JOHN M. CAMCf ' ' Fo,' Constable Wu; JOHN.G. K '. ' Maglstrae;Vayihu iil not 't' The Courier-Journsupport Senator Mcr ) ."'.mw Senator McNutt would iin- - 'ipwrt the democratic nominee for tr-- United States Senate, but voted for u straight out re publican, thereby separating himself from tho democratic party. This is enough to make a canine cachennate. Mr. Watterson must have gone daft or seen the handwriting on the wall that saloon keepers and those who represent their interests must walk the plank. It wns a matter not only of general rumor, but of plain fact that the Courier-Journand its emissaries not only beat Beckham for the Senate but gloried in their shame, that McNutt, Charlton and Mueller were simply tools of Boss Vree-lanwho controls the policy of the Courier-Journa- l, whether Mr. Watterson knows it or not. This same Vree-lan- d maintained headquarters at Frankfort during all the memorable contest and was regarded as Senator Bradley s chief lieutenant, working night and day to defeat the Democratic nominee. Having secured McNutt to aid in the accomplish. nent of its design, it is base to ingratitude for the Courier-Journdesert him now andt'shows that there are exceptions (to the rule of honor Had they not been among theives. its manbacked by the Courier-Journaaging editor and local correspondents, it is doubtful that the three Louisville men would havejdared to turn down a democratic nominee. K Mr. Watterson can not fool some of the people some of the time by his belated protestations in the matter of a dimocrat voting for a republican nominee. The Courier-Journalone is reand the Courier-Journsponsible for Gcv. Beckham's defeat and the election of Senator Bradley, and that paper has no more standing in the democratic party than tho miserable creatures that it seduced from the paths of party virtue. Senator McNutt is eminently deserving of the support and it is ingratiof the Courier-Journtude of the basest sort to withhold it. al d, l, llettle C, lirCuniilnghnm'sCnmier-bottowhen he took the llfeof the man who sth d.m,6th dnm by Imported lluifard. joTit. Almoin nare.soinnu we are nineg ruined his home." But they didn't tndlscnter, la tho tint none on record to discredit the honor of defeating Willi take any stock in that sort of rot. and v A lil own progeny thdn of hl grent tins of convicted him of manslaughter. Dnre.dolng no with his flritt crop An nn cmne time Kentucky jury might havo agreed with colts eery thUI.theytery together. horse, n IndUldunl nttrnctle him, but no such foolish sentiment ani- I lit hand, high with lot. of weight nnd llnlsh, color, Imyj nctlon extremely high nnd fast. mates tho heart of tho average New Miiow.nuKimci .mime riiiis, nil s.eryiasv nnd ptennnt. A full brother to the grent Yorker. gelding, Nettlelon, thnt .old nt I jenr. for Ll.nOnnd to the grent .how inure, Foiy Dare, thnt won moro premium, fur the That women club life is not conduc- numlierot .how. thnn nuy mure er .Ired ive to the visits of the stork is shown by Dignity Dnre. not for two inllnt. coming on him that in three clubs In Chicago, with n heWere It en.lly hnvewon theHlnte .HAdille would total membership of 835, thero wero JChnmploniihlp. Till hone I. n re.ult of n rv iwss ions nun cnrriui mniiiiir n inn but three births in tho past year. Ted- the country nfforded. III. bucking. In blood nnd Individuality. I. n. strong ni Ulhrnltiir dy ought to stop killing wild animals nnd hi. colt, are rapidly pros, Ing him. Hrv lie and return at once to lecture these wo- till. horse nnd you will 1WM well pnlil. lie nt our .table, will mnke tlio srnson of men on tho sins of racc'suicide. 5'iinllfs from Itu.tonvllle on the IIiKton-Ullu- .t Mbertrnlke.nl flMolmuren lUIng elsewhere ren colt. Mnre. trnded or The auditor announces that the dog der, .ensondueat time bred ucn transaction of Will nlso .tn nd n mule Jnck nt I. tax of last year amounted to $143,007.-1dm, furnished In nbumlnnee nt ft per of which $106,1M.75 was paid to the monin. uur ieronin niivniion to nil hock owners but will not lie responsible for accident.. school fund nftcr paying the K. H. POWF.LI. A HON, Itu.tonvllle, Ky. $43,742.20 for sheep killed by dogs. This is making the worthless curs help somo to cover the loss they create. (No. HTM.) 7' a a young A New Yonrrv r Vol. IT A.T. II. It., bred by Kugene lluck-eGeorgetown, Ky. A.hlanU llrook wu. lady $.18 OCX Roth well, ?" it the rail- fonltd IWU, .olid bny with left hind fool road which Xjle wa I'herlcgs. They white, .tnnd. l.V, hnnd. high. I'lcnniKKK Mired by silent brook. No. Wr LOKG WORTH . uS, S mutt have beeti V.J as nn'exhibit and IV70U, record illG1.. the .Ire of Mnrguret r llathgnle.Jim, llettle llrook. IS) X:i; utt-.very beautiful. Ilellbrook,z;i;,, Jennie llrook. Hi f.W.i Lndy llrook. :..! Klllott Htone. i:!-" Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. m law against cruel and inhuman nnd ltunnlng llrook, 3::i. Hllent llrook by Dnrknlght.No rV.t, the .Ire of Htnrch. H MAKERS ".nenf surely does not prevail in tight S:1'4 Ilrlghtllght, by Alcyone No. 12; S:i"'i. nnd Valp., Dnrknlght .Ired r or Abdul Hamii would not have S:iv!v 5:27. A.hlnnd llrook'. I.t dnm Uuiiii record ' Wren by A.hlnnd Wllkei.xailtrvconl X:IT4, sentenced to 'ivelwith . I wives. the .Ire of John IL (lrntry,S.io;j. Mnlly A.hlnnd Wllke. tllnl by lied i rw Somerset Journel , ir.1 up tho Wllkei, lilV, he by fltorge Wllke., Uiiiii. Hide Lilly, by Pretender, K.VI, 3rd dnm t oirier'journM and &l!tr 'Vattcrson by J I in M o n roe. MS. . Nutk. A.hlnnd llrook l.nbnnd.ouie felof right EOUor '1 low with lot. of .ulMtntice, hn. n liuld wny of going with ipenl, t) le nnd nctlon. HI. unagosity any wuy. oluett crop of colt, lire two J ear. old, and they nro nil one could expect, they nil N firf LITERS. ing good color, with plenty ol size, nnd CHURCH greiit.tyleiiiidnnl.il. A.hlnnd llrook will present .ensoii nt $15 to Insure n Mr. Frazee, state 'Sunday School itinko the living colt. nlso.tnnd Jennet EvangclUt, will speak at the Christian Will Hilly Keviie, the grent mule nndnnd 11 ut lii for inure, nck. church in Hutonville Sunday mcrning lor Jennet, to Insure u 11 lug colt. Hilly Keene wo. .Ired by Tom Keene; 1st dnm by next at 10:45. lliititler ear the Imp. I"iilerino, d dnm by the Rev. F. M.JRains, of Cincinnati, will Prince, Hilly.Ire of JiMi llluckburii mill ha nils, Keene .lands lull IS preach the dedication (sermon of the black, with white point. nnd a. a breeder I. or Jennet Juck, unsurivis.nl on new $20,000 Christian church at London nlwny. bringingmule highest price.. hi. colt, M.re the bred clswwhera Sunday. May 29th. A pipe organ cost' trmted. parted with or money become, forfeit, the Insurnnce nnd due ing $1,500 is being installed in the nt the time of aucli transaction. church. Bishop CharlesJ 13. Galloway, of the , i No. sat.) rhnninlnn .how stallion of Kenlucss. Methodist Episcopal Church, Mississip Vol.A, A. H. II. It King Knglel. 18 hands Temple II III Htock Kami. high, dark pi's most distinguished divine and best- - goes all thebuy with flowing ninne nnd tall, Hire 01 iwn uur, winner in Krnnii gaits with plenty of .peed, iie New York: Ijidv lraf. winner known publicist, who for the last 20 and action. wnlk-tro- t class, Chlcaiio. ami tbegrey geld! l'MiuiKKK. Hired by Hoynl King, &A ho ing thnt won the snddl and hnrnes. cIiism's years had held rank among the great by onTtuu', 75, he by Hlonewnll Jackson, nt the Kentucky Stale Kalr lMr. and more dam Mollte .how horse, and est pulpit orators of America, is dead at It. l, Hojalby King'. Ut .Ire Cubbeir. Mount.,n team, Ixitlni:-towas the noted than nny stallion In Kentucky Jackson. F. H. King Kagle'. I.t dnm I lip, S3,, ato Insure a colt, and a good one, or at time of .ervlce. There will be no service at the Meth .he by Kagle lllrd, lull, be by Old King by 11 r;. miiiii.Mli', id dam by lied Lion, 3rd dum Harris' Denmark, he by Miller'. Denmark, llarnalsourg, Ky odist church next Sunday morning on U, 4th dnm by Jim Hell Ithoroughhred.) sermon at Notk. King Kagle I. n combined stallion, account of commencement It is customary for every druggist to claim to nnd styled the Presbyterianchurch, but we will a breeder of line colored style high nctlon. u ml colt., they all having .lie, be "best" in prescription work. He .Ired the colt that won the J.VI stake nt have Sunday School at 9:30 A. M the Stanford Kulr.nud the SKU.takeat In-castvoi.11. League 6:45 and preaching at defeating here four of the get of the Gooddaim but we can't all be best. great Ilex IVuvlnc. This get of King Kagle'. Chumplon 5 gnlted .addle stallion of Ken 7:30 P M. Pastor. was second In the P'U. take at llnrrodsburg lucky. Winning utall the Kentucky fair, This store claims ability, capability, facility PnoGHAM of Epworth League rally at with SI entries nnd defeated the colt that and also nt the horse show at HufTalo N. Y won .take two out of three .now.. 1(1. and a complete stock of drugs. Prayer and colt, thl. In deiuniid, bring the highest prices. I t. Iiuls Mo., nnd Knnui.t'ity. are Winchester May 27th: Hired by Washington. No. 61. j King Kagle make the preteut teuton First dam Hell, Praise; Charity and Help Department the low pricewill IIS to Insure n living cult.ut I Hecouddnni by by Ithoderlck No, ll. of Denmark. We have the goods, the equipment, the exWill nUo .tnnd the ureal mule Jack. Jim' He I. a brown horse 1S4 hnnds high with in Towns and Country, A. T O'Rear; Keene, at tin ror mare, nuil S3) for Jennet. nne.tylennd tery high action. It Is useless perience. Pastor's Relation and Responsibility in to Insure a lit Ing colt, Jim Keene, aired by tn sav more alxuit him its the opl of this the Imp. the great lillly Keene. 1st dnm League Work, J. M. Fuqua; Study for JohuWell. Snddnm by llieeherbvJim Keeue and thendjolnlng counties know his record as a show horse and al.ofor lrrlli I. l.'r', Leaguers; Biblical Literary, C. F. great hands high, black with while points, i ' mule Juck. He will make the season of 1!0, nt my Evans, D. D; Missionary, T. W. Watts; All of tho uhove mentioned slock will) .table In (Jrnb Orchard. Ky.. nt the renson-nbl- n t',, to Insure u tiling colt. Adjournment. The Epworth League in make the season of lav at our stableCity Will figure of Hhelby mile. WescofHtnnford on the keep mart. on grass at Ji r iiiiuith, Hike. Mare, traded, purled with or bred for accident or the Kentucky Conference, B. M. Nel- elsewhere forfeit, the Insurance and money but will not If mare I. Is son; What Entertainment Shall Wo Ixcoine. due at the time of aucli transaction. , ecaxor stock. Henson or due to other bred traded or parted with, Provide for tho Young People? J. B. Kor further Information call on or address stock. J.CMIAILKV. H.T. HAItHIH.fc ItOBT. WOODS, Harris; The Layman and the League; Phone "?, King 8. Crab Orchard, Kj. Htanford, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky. How can the Leaguers be of Immediate Benefit to the Church, J. L. Weber, D. D.; Organization of Kentucky Conference Epworth League; Adjournment; Address, Gross Alexander, D. D., S. T. D. T. W. Barker, Chairman, C. A. hnv-InDig-nlt. 4, A. H. 11. It. Hired by Dignity Hara IWtf. lie liy Chester he liy King Dare 10, he by lllnrk Hiitilrrel William 14. IstdaniTo.nwny tTM.nUo registered In Vol. W.A. T II It. Him lir (1M1 Capt. Mains' blasphemous attorney MniiihrlnoCRlM. he liy Almont told tho jury that "it was an act of tnddnin IjicIv HiiM tiyCrlt Hlmvlt, liy Hour-Iw- n liy Foreign Chief! Slnl damMnttle God that directed Captain Hains' hand Light, liy Foreigner, liy Imported (lleneoj ASHLAND BROOK, ' r, Iji-d- PL 1, IKHK "'"llj.B' To-le- r, nbit 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-w- As Pretty As a Picture. clothing Stanford ever had. Iel Ilrlg-noll- H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. lll KING EAGLE. RED LEAF 88 Prescription Pointers pq high-price- hlgh-cla- sh th PRESTON 922. W fa .V s. f.-i- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, WiSaSSSSSStSEi Brick Dwelling or ft prints pictures of distilleries every Sunday under the headline of "Some Plants that State Wide Prohibition Would Strike from the Tax Lists." As there is absolutely no good reason for the existence of such plants, all we have to say is "let 'em The Courier-Journ- strike." Julia Ward Howe, who is celebrat ing her 90th birthday, says: "The deeper I drinkjof the cup of life, the sweeter it grows the sugar is all at the bottom." Most of us do not find It so. Youth Is the time to enjoy life as well aa to serve the Lord. ransom got a very black eye when Boyle was given a wife ono 'life sentence and his of 20 years for kidnaping Willie Whltla. The criminal class will observo with horror that such crimes are neither a safe nor an easy way of raising money. Child stealing for a Gossett, Secretary. Program for Sunday, May 16, at the Presbyterian church, at 11 A. m: Organ Voluntary, "Sonata Opus 13," Beethoven;" Way of Peace," Gilchrist; Hymn 568, (all standing;) Invocation (Amen, by Choir,) Barker; The Psalter Selection 48, (Chant, by Choir,) Walker; Hymn; Scripture Lesson, Logan; Anthem "Praise the Lord All Ye Nations," Adams ;1 Prayer (Response by Choir,) Logan; Soprano Solo "Come Unto Me." (From Messiah,) Handel; Sermon (Baccalaureate,) Logan; Prayer (Amen, by Choir,) Logan; Hymn; Benediction; Organ Postlude "Hallelujah," (From "The Messiah.") Handel. It disturbs the worship for any one to be shown a seat during any part of the service. The ushers will show late comers seats during the intervals only. The faculty, trustees, graduates, etc., of the Stanford High School will have the right of way for the few minutes just preceding tho 11 o'clock hour. If it be possible let all who desire to be present be in their scats at least by Are You Going To Build ? Whilo wo uro hero to build the Lincoln county court houeo and, should tho building fever triko you, why not have a little talk with us? Wo are u a better position to build you a nico A Neat Business House C nt 110 to Hhctlnnd iiony.W Inche. tall, owned by Hugh Held Ko.ter, will make the Hhetland He 1. by mi Imported ponv living lnure regnrdel colt.horsemen a. the V.t pony In that co.t 1WU in the all comer. I.IuihU In the defeutlng Kentucky, by nnd 1. how ring In 1WU. Lieu retained onall colt, until .eu.on It paid. Maret parted with or oeco-ue- . urea eisewnere (orient insurance iiiui money JOHN II. KOHTKIt, Htanford. Ky. Irm, DOCK OR AY. "". """ being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore ore in position to put a building up for a considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too email and tho distauca will not stop us from figuring with you, matters not where you live. We invito any protpective builder to givo us a trial. Wo furnish all plans any tipccificatious for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. Boston women are discussing the question whether beauty and brains go together. From all we havo seen of them we should say that If they do there are no brainy women in the Hub of the Universe. DM you ever stop mid figure how much cheaper wo can sell n better Bug good buggy that BelU at 8135 to 1150 ? We can save thna tho im Why? Wo eell direct. Wo can mako you 810 to 825 on each. tho iiinn iu Now York, Chicago or St. Louis, or anywhere ami wo cheap as 10:55 Sunday morning. can isavo you the profit of hauling, drayago and freight und drummer, and J. L. Yandell. tho greatest of all a tho dealers profit. U8 figure with you; wo havu tho latest improved machinery; wo havo n A brisk opening on the New York xchango carried prices of stocks up wheel drill that drilU a wlienl,in 3 minute; wo havo a sandpapering mawards, small fractional declines in chine that wijl do the work of 12 men; our ornery and wml belt machine lias Amalgamated Copper and American no equal. Our llexiblo drill iimchiiio will drill 2000 hoica in buggy haft Smelting being tho notable exceptions and bidica in a day. How does this figure in drilling by hand. Give us it Continued dry weather in the South call. Wo paint old vehicles nnd make them look like new. west and excessive moisture in the Northwest caused strength in tho Chi DANVILLE, KY. cago wheat market. Ky OUR LAWN FEN(E jut nriwrfirOT & .T-- "" -- iJlaA,., is a less expciwivo and better fenco than wood. Moro ornamental, dura, bio and it time caver as you need no I't kiw, hammer and nails to keep it iu repair. Call at our fctore, seo tho beautiful fabric and gates aud let us show you tho low prices on n good fence job. R. M.ARNOLD. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. .'i "" S" tW mvt " " "TT - 3 w 4 Wlilto Llncno Suiting 10c. Btripo nnd Plaid I)rei Ulngliania 7Jc. Dotted Curtnin Swiwcs 10c. Stripo nml Plnid Wliito Lawn 10c. Side Hand Law in 10c. All Calicoes fie. Hrown Sheeting 8Jc. School Umbrella 30c. Oool Matting lie. White Curtain Pole 10c. Linen Window Shade 20c. Iaco Curtains Ific to SS.iO per pair. Swim Curtain 81 to 82 per pair. India Linen lOe yard. 40-inc- A Bulletin of Bargains. Arc you interested in caving on your purcliatcs or getting juet n little Itcttcr good for your money than usual? II so, come nnd let us present tho evidence of our willingness to do cither for you. Wo never nek more than others and on hundreds of articles we ask less. Ien't it worth ybur while to save tho dimes, quarters nnd dollars? Ladies' Taped Neck Vesta 7$c. Ladies' White Foot Hose 10c Ladies' Ilihhed Top Hoso 10c. Extra fine, long slcavc vests 25c. Knee and ankle length nanta 25c. Children' Nnzaroth Union SuiU 50c. A 15c quality children's riblicd.hose (elight.fmt'rfcctions) 10c. 27'x54-inc. velvet rug 81.25. Slxll feet Urusscls Drugget 810 h OH' all Spring Suits. llcst Corset is llin Amnrirnti Tiilv. Glvo the Hoys nnd Girls a chance. Put Educate Shoes on them. I nil Linen Suiting, 25c. 1 Linen Sheeting 08c. Ucet 81 nnd 81.50 Kid Gloves to be had; fitted tdthc hand. h Onc-I'ourt00-inc- SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTANroni), LOCALS. A & SON, This office. STANFORD KY cleaned. Cook & Pony for salo. Clothes French Farmer. Ky., - May 11, 1000 few more steel roller, ball bearing Circuit Court begins Monday week, skates for sale. Chcnp. This ofllcc. 21th, with n light docket. Look In j ball bearing lawn mow- L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Try our new Ick cheam sodu water at Penny's Drujj Store. FINE lino of Kcol, Poles, Lines nnd nil other FiihinK Tacklo nt Penny's DruR Store. PERSONALS. Is In Loulsvillu. Mil. J. Miss Annie D. McUoiiert.s is quite sick. Judoe. J. W. ALCons continues to Improve. Mr. W. M. Duncan Is threatened with fever. Mr. Hiciiard Conn Is nt Richmond on business. Mrs. O. P. Huffman visited her sons In Danvillo this week. C. McCl.AnY - ' t v t T Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, Is with Mrs. II. J. MeKobcrts. ' Mrs. L. It. Hughes visited the home-folk- s at Ml. Vernon this week. Miss Lucinda Lutes, of Hustonvlllc, tho RUest or Miss Ucssio Hill. Miss Marie Maiiony is attending tho llaptist Convention in Louisville. Rev. J. Murray Taylor Is nt tho Hnptist Convention in Louisville. It Is now nlmost certain that Winfrey M. Duncan has typhoid fever. A handsome little son has nrrived to bless tho union of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill. Dr. ness. to Harbour-vill- c Wednesday on professional busiV.. J. Hrown went X--- ' I i Mr. John M. HAt.Enndwife, of Memphis, nre with his mother, Mrs. Woodlo Halo. Mr. Joe HoLMANand wife, of Mobile, Ala., are with Mr. and Mrs. J. 11 Jr. W. 11. Hnrker. Holman. Scott. News comes from Peoria, Miss Zora Nauru will bo at home Ind , that Mr. Solomon Scott, fomerly this week from Union College at of the Goshen section of this county, is dead. Ho was about 75 years of age Rev. R. II. Maiiony, J. O. Reid nnd and a most excellent man. Resides a Welch Rochester went to Louiavillo wife several children nre left to mourn yesterday. tho loss of a good husband and father. Caswell Saufley spent a few days Our boys mopped up tho Lancaster , with his sister, Mrs. T. S. Webb. Jr., ' in Knoxville. base ball lenm 9 to 3 on tho Lancaster Mrs. Woodie Jones and children aro grounds Wednesday afternoon. This is moving to rooms in tho homo of Mrs. tho 11th game Stanford's crack team has played without meeting a Waterloo. Annie Ncwland. Miss Ila Holdam arrrived from Chi-- . Tho Hustonville team will come down cago Tuesday to visit her father, Mr. this, Friday, afternoon and receive n doso at thu hands of our boys. James F Holdam. Mrs. II. Rowan Saufley and little Thk campaign in the judicial race is nun will leavu Tuesday for Pueblo, nbout nt an end nnd Satur Colorado, to visit her father. day, the democrats of Lincoln, Doyle, George Kly has been ill for Mr. Garrard and Mercer will havo their suy. somo time. T N. Aldridgo is working Tho race between Judges M. C Saulley In his place at Dcazley Iiros.' stable. and John Sam Owsley, Jr., has warmed Mrs. T. D. NewlaND, who has been up considerably but it Is not probable tho truest of Mrs. A. II. hlkln, tins re that a large vote will bo polled. The turned to Stanford Louisville Times, farmers are busy and if Saturday is comes from Millcraburg that News clear and warm wo predict many of Mr. Sanford M. Allen, who hns been them will remain on their farms and very 111, is able to bu out. His frienda attend to business. glad of his recovery. hero are An exciting runaway occurred on Mr. 1. W. Fish and family, of Crab Orchard, Ky., aro tho guesta of Mr. Main street Tuesday afternoon. A mule and Mrs. W. D. Ncwland. of 1023 Vigo Mrs. W. A. Ileal, of Cook's Springs, was driving got "muleish" and took street. Vincennes, Intl.. Capital. speed. Mesdames E. J. Hrown, J. F. Hol- down the street t a break-nec- k dam, J. F. Cummins and T. W. Junes A runabout belonging to Judge M. C. nnd Miss Mollio Daugherty aro attend- Saulley was struck and both vehicles ing tho Baptist Convention in Louis- - were turned over. Mrs. Ileal and her yHIo. just a year old, were Mrs J.'W. Marrk, of Campbcllsville, thrown out with much force, but fortuwho has been with Mrs. M. D. Elmore, nately escaped injury. Judgo Saufley went up to Livingston Wednesday to and Mr. George L. Penny jumped out yis'lt her daughter, Mrs. L. M. Wester-fiel- of their buggy when thov saw the runaway or else they both might have been Mesdames Annie Englehan and hurt. It Is almost ir mlraclo that Mrs Susan Ycager and Misses Sue Taylor ueai ana tne baby were not killed or and Nannie Woods Englomanwill go to badly maimed. to visit tho Misses Ashland The as thoso e. W. H. Hlgglns. green beans and to- er. Mrs. McClary's china. matoes at J. D. Horton's Restaurant. For Sale. Locust posts. Cheap. W. sss. L. McCarty, Stanford. It. D. Carter had n splendid livery you are particular, try Denham's If ill horso to die of lung fever this week. Rex coal. Yards nt Stanford and Row Rev. W. S. Willis will preach the land. Baccalaureate sermon to tho graduates Typewriting done nt reasonable Wanted, to loan $3,000 on first of tho Hustonville Graded School at tho rntcs. Miss Mollio Goldstein, Stanford. mortgago land notes, Enqulro at this Christian church Sunday night next. Lost. A brown reindeer working office. glove. Reward. Felix White, StanI FOR Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist nnd optiford. cian. Office over II. J. McRoberts' SVhorso tiower toller nml engine nml mill (or nlo. Will tell either or both. low Several pieces of old furniture, in- clothing store. Uiiak. K.MMMN.Ottcnhelm, Ky. s cluding an old secretary all cherry Roy Hook, tho carpot and rug cleanI'ostolllce, Waynesburg, Ky, for sale. A. P. IJruckctt, Stanford. er, is in town. Work satisfactorily tick- 'done. Call at Campbell Houso. The L. & N. will sell round-tri1909. . ets to Cincinnati next Sunday at $1.75. Wo will stnnd at my furm nenr I'rench. Preserve your roof with the best orsvllta tho Special train leaves Stanford G a. M. Hllns Anderson roof paint on earth; mixed on Somerset Jack, wblrh tim perhaps Rotten n ninny lu roltsns any Jack In tho county, nt tt to The moving picturo show continues St., Stanford, Ky., at Bads' tin shop. IIvIiir colt. Will also stand the splendid I'eavlnettRlllon, Hed Ilei. Jr., hv ICwl to draw good crowds and manager lUiI.holiy Hex IVnln', nt IO to Insure n King Edward wears his trousers living roll. Ho will bo Greenburg gives a fine show each night. to ty creased down tho side instead of down only u limited number of nmrn. W. r. GHiMr-Levi Deli., potato, cabbsgo nnd tomato tho front. Stanford dudes will please Sweet rmicherivllle. plants for sale. C. L. Ashley, i milo take notice. from Hustonville on Uradfordsvillo S. C. Hrown LegFor SALK.-P- uro pike. horn eggs. Improved laying strnin. ANY one desiring stenciling done in Mrs. R. L. Rcrry, Hustonville, Ky. Surgoon Dontist, curtains, waists, etc.. will sec me nt Phone 63-- rings. (STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. tho Chas. Wheeler Emporium, HustonFor Sale. On Saturday, May 22, ville, ench Friday. Gable W. liradshaw. liw, .;e "ill bcII at auction 1,200 black )ifice over McKoberts' Drug Store in Mil. J. W. Hayden, who has been locust posts in iotir ... uii'1 purchaser. the Owslev Buildiup. doing a good wholesale grocery busi- Florence, Hughes & McCarty. . ness in Paris for a number of years, has PilOTOGRArus, cheap and durable, nt KING, sold out to n Cincinnati firm. Ho is my residence in Darsttown, where I am hi?. undecided ns to his future business. Will nuiko tho "in prepared to do all kinds of work from nt tVUar Prwk, nt.o-fk.- i of 1W9 . nt my (tabl -n HMnu colt. ninrr ixiiik. tall, li 1.V4 "v high. The young people's societies of the post cards to largo family groups. hnvy mniie nnd.ir.. nfull un.. lui !,' will a various churches of Stanford aro cor- Views of residences and stock made on He n lrn! by Hllvtr KlnK.no by fihTiuie, dially intited to bo present at our Ep- - short notice. All work warranted. ton ot Htonewull Ut cliun by OntU'Htonvwnll Jnckon, Jr.. on or llubblo'a Old Mom-nul- l Jiicknon. til worth Leaguo Social this, Friday even Cash with order. Frank Cordier. dnni by OnMII", Loxliiuton. iSddnmn ing, at tho home of Mrs. E T. Pence, unddle home of Wnvn rountv. 4th of those who havo been Tribblo& Penco's window for hand-painte- STRAwnF.RKlES, i.ii s Shirts ai)d Liqen Wast Suits. AVnsh SuiU. SALE We nre offering exceptional values in both Skirts and Litieti The very latest styles and nil colors. 85.00 to $8,00, m p SEASONOF n Ladies Linen Wash Suits from price Zi.M) to 512. Everybody knows that the "QUEEN" is tho mnd6. We have them in Voiles, Pannmas, Ac. ' PrjcV 33.50 to Itegular prices from 85 to 818:50. lk SklrtV,, fromff f v&K , s 1 m Come to see us nnd we will convince vou that le arctivin the best that the market can afford in tho way of quality it Jfv-- i ' ..-., r iii. ' , , lib IIIV tl'ij I n... - llMllCk llMICB. P ic i 1 A. S. PRICE, HUGHES, MARTIN & KjJ., ; 2 3 Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 't""7 SILVER JR., IT ISNT VOU ALONE! jr Jm-kvi- Several tried nnd fined for selling whisky In Stanford have asked us to withhold mention of them. We now servo notice on tho illicit whisky or beer seller that if he is fined he may expect to see his name in print in this paper. The I. J. will not be n respecter of persons and the white and black, rich and poor will bu exposed if they arc proven guilty. lot sale to be held here Saturday, May 22, will bo a success In every particular. It has been well advertised and it is our opinion that there will be a good many people here from adjoining counties. Taking in consideration that there is not a vacant houso in town, nnd we know thero are calls for houses every day, It seems assured that theso lots will sell readily. Theso are practically the only building sites left that can be bought, and besides, they arc the most desirable lots in Stanford. There is a lively Interest being manifested over thu sale of this property, and wo are glad to seo it. Let everybody put their shoulder to the wheel and help build up thu best town on the map. to us dnni by .Mlllir'i Coiprrbottum, of Wayne Vfc want the custom of )our friends; quite as much as wo want yours; county. Hllirr Klni;, ilnm km Mnlllo Mntinro hi-c propose to sell them by pleasing you. "When you corao to'lisfor OutiNillV Islington, .on nf nlooil's HI mi nnd llnuk. id dram oy You nu Amrrli-- son or Tiiylor', Jlpuseneer. your Will tilo tiinu mo good Jnck, At (Stolnnuriiik living rolt. Xlggrr In n blnoK Jiick IAhnnU. 4yrnr old und Is a COfMllndllduiil. Hols by lllncKUIoud nnd Ho by Tom Keen. wo K W. WlUTK.CYdnrOreeK, on Stanford and CrabOrcbiud plKe. NIGGER, SUMMER SUIT, bo that nre goiug to givo you so good n one for your money sell. much or We have little It seems that you'll be glad to tell your friends about us, and about the clothes After all that's the best kind ot advertising there is. ot nobby patterns and they aro the that the Dinwiddle v36 ic OF just received another shipment "l'lLE STILE" make. vvij W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Hustonville, Ky. Highest Market Prices Paid Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-d- ate For all kinds of line ... COUNTRY In PRODUCE grand-daughte- d. The following is a list of tho gentlemen who havo been selected as election officers for Lincoln county in the primary to be held Saturday: Stanford, No. -B. W. Givcns, judge, S. K. Duddcrar, judge, J. I. Wilmott. sheriff. J. K. Powell, clerk. Stanford, No. 2- -J. B. Foster, judge. II. It. Saulley, judge, J. D. Wearen, sheritr. Leo Hill, clerk. Fields, Stanford, No judge, J. T. Dudderar, judge, W. C. Shanks, sheritr, Dr. J. T. Morris, clerk. Holtzclaw, Stanford. No. judge, E. T. Pence, Sr., judge, James Haley, sheriff, Embry Beazlcy, clerk. Crab Orchard. No. 1 It. II. Bro- 1illiam THE WARFIELD. XmukIi-tyOlrlb- y 1 to-da- y Kitchen. Mr. James I. Hamilton and wife, of Lancaster, passed through yeatorday, returning from Louisville, where the former underwent an operation for appendicitis. ,Mr. J. C. Wells, formerly of Crab Orchard, is now general manager and superintendent of tho Harlan Telephone Co., with headquarters at Harlan. He orders tho I. J. sent him thcro. Mr. M. U. Reynolds, VIco President of tho Eubank Farmers Telephone Co., Iijtltl us a call yesterday. Ho was on his way to Cumberland River with two or threo friends fqr n brief Ashing trip. -- Somerset Journal. J. M. Holtzclaw, of Abboyvillo, Kansas, In remitting for his paper, Bays that fruit Is most all killed and that "corn planting is barely begun. Wheat, bu Bays, is selling at 91.35 and corn at Land Is advancing, a good deal f3.3C. band at $35 to $100. naugh. judge. V. E. I'arrish. judge. J. of w. Guest, sheriff, Robert Edmlston, our readers who understand plain Eng- - clerk. lish know, has taken no hand in the Crab Orchard, No. 2- -S. J. Tatem, judicial primary to be held judge, W. T. Tucker, judge, J. C. and has published as few as gee. sheriff. Sam Chandler, clerk. possible the charges and counter Waynesburg, No. 1 W. F. Camden, charges made by the candidates before judge. It. Y. Uallard, judgo. W. D. D. that primary, believing that tho least Hayes, sheriff, W. H. Singleton, clerk, publicity given such things, tho better Waynesburg, No. 2- -J. li. McKee, it will bo for tho party. lioth of tho judge, Edmond Murphy, judge. Wal- candidates nro personal friends of tho laco Walter, sheriff, W.C. Alford clerk, editor of this paper and ho can and will Waynesburg. No. Grillln, cheerfully support tho successful ono. judge, A. A. Crutchfleld, judge, 0.G. Ho hopes tho primary will bo a clean, Speaks, sheriff, Eugeno Hutchison, orderly ono and that nothing will bo clerk. aald or dono that will reflect on tho Hustonville, No. 1 Hen Ferrell, democratic party or add weight to that judge, Emmet t McCormack, judge, T. gentleman who will bo tho standard I). Ilest, sheriff, J. I. Goode, clerk, bearer In November. So In advance, Hustonville, No. Williams, this paper tenders Its congratulations to i judge, John McKinney, jude, Richurd tho winner and its sympathy to the los Scudder, sheriff, Jeff Austin, clerk. er and predicts a rousing democratic lludtonville, No. Carter, victory when tho ides of November judge, Walter Martin, judge, Oavo come. Kennedy, sheriff, L. 0. Owens, clerk. Interior Journal, J 2-- Joo rthur Trial 2:31 trnttlnu. lnrk buy itnlllon, IS iminn; nmnu aukiui iwi. utilnm llox Aiiierlcus saaju, rrcord till'j.slro of llattlxton, record S:iS' American llellr, ) nnd li others lnS:JJll,t; a ton of Onward 111. reciinlJ::SV,.ilro of Onward HllxerljiiR'i and ITO others In tint i:a) list. Onward was slriHl by Wilkes Blv. 2nd dam luierina.ilred by Mnmbrlno Klnir 127B. sire of 7.'. Inrlndlni; Ijtdy or tho Manor f.utk. lArd lifrliy 2:U74, Heir at S:w'., six others Initio arddnm I)otlet,by NutwtKxl Art), tho lro Ol lit 111 lilt-- I1S1, 4th dam.Tonax by Htrnthmore 4in. slru nt vu 111 me iisi. fith dnni, Millard by Albion, th dam Xeil by Kdwln Forest : 7th dam Uidy Turner by Mnmbrlno Ohlor II. Tho Warlleld It a reiiresentutlie rtnlllon Inall tho word Implle. To say that bo baa Get busy and give your orders for Fertilizer. slie, substance, and spewl only In part em. nhatlio tho dualltloa combined In this son of llaiM Devil, Ho has them and they aro of ucli symmetrical character n to make him a stallion anions many. HI, bead nnd neck. I havo tho nicest line of Buggies, Surreys, Pluutous and Runabouts that body, loot and leg, are perfect and when svrii in connection wmi in, faultless calt havo over handled. Call and look before buying. Also McCormack Ma-S- eo are eH'clully Impressive. and great iousiiuuiu too tin, nurse ueioro nreeuiug. You wlllsay you inner looked at a better chines. tho Krnufee Pivot Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco ami Com. one. Tho w urneld 1, tho only stallion that Iias7 dami In tho grout brood mare list, lie ha, two Mnmbrlno King crosses, two Maui- - Axlo Riding Cultivator. two Aiamunno uiiiei, ono nrino Chime,,! Onward. George Wilkes, 1 1 .Nutwood, l Htrathtnoro, more trottlnit crosses than any stallion alive. Tho warlleld l, by Hare ltovll 8fO. record i:w. Ho by Mambrlno King ISv. ho Mnmbrlno rateheii rM, ho by Mnmbrlno Chief II. Uaiii Mercedes, by Chimes Mis, by ISV. Klectlonct-GilS--ht ut. i'vi U Daro IM1I ,n groat winner. Ho won tho championship nt the National or, a Hhow ItiW, class (; first National Horse Hhow- In l.i pen, miss IJ; vhiimiilonshlp National Horse Hhow lsw, class i;llrst National HorseHhow H., class 10: championship National Horse Hhow ltU, class 3; first National Horso Hhow class ; first National Horso Hhow- linn, class 10, first Itostou HursOHhow- - Iwtf. cluss reserve llostou Horso Hhow lUtt, class I; ai second llostou Horse Hhow lutl,cla,sU second Itostou Horse Hhow lUUJ.clasHSirvserw llostou Horso Hhow-- list), class I ; third Ilos. ton Horse Hhow 1UVI, class 7, Ho sired 'lho lloau Ideal !I;I6!,. (slro of 1'rlnce.s Helen SiOH,') Dovir, ituughturlilW,. Harah Ham. FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER tin ilJj,Trlfler:Wf, Daro Ikivll, Jr. :W4. Will make tlniiresent season at my farm lmllofrom McKinney. Ky.. ut 118 to Insure EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE C0MP3HV n Living Unit. meoiuHiiuTCo Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford- Iw FARMERS! E. T. PENCE. STANFORD. flHU I 1 r, r i'HE 1 - J, - traijsfef. mmn Mtitte.3 i LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE H. M. OWKNH, UcKtuny,Ky. .feSUSs!rj Hi Mm- -. t ""lV" ffc'';r'Tpt-TH-yl7TMraTT- iwywff "VF .( I' T-"'- - - t .( y sjt-- v j r wVV - U mfir xU," 4.' .J, , S, FARMER'S DKPARTMBHT. For Sale. Good bnrfrv mare. n. G. Lutes, Stanford JMrftlnlAPoK(M(ai lanford el Two fresh Jcncy cowa for sale. E. T. Doazley, Stanford. sasnactaM mnnVr. Lost, rod yearling ateer. Left about 11. TABLE May 6. Kcward.moro Held, Stanford.area unemployed Australia has No.Jl.Houth, lltMr. in proportion to the population than any No. S, Houth, II a A. no. II, norm, 4 Mil Ai. other country. No. II, North, : p,K. No.T7.IOM7 A. M. George Potta bought tho McGraw No.n,:wr. m. I farm of 90 acres on tho Lebanon pike, JOS. 8. RICE, gont. near Danville, at $72. Tho Swift Company has bought the Ln W. H. LAIR, Hustovillc, Ky., ing BlanchaasCattle Ranch at a purchas price, announced of $7,800,000. It added n nice line of (flOOKtUKB to G. W. Vermillion, tho Stanford pike of MiMKAT MAItKKTnndnun orllon yonr patronage, "Fresh (lords at the Low farmer, has sold his crop of GO acres of fit rrlces;" Is tils motto. wheat to Anderson & Splllman at $1. The Interior Joinal. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. desire to sell privately my slock of and Hardware. Doing a good business, will Invoice about lleaion 111 health, (1KO. O. HOIM'KH.Htanford, Ky. 1 Oro-cerl- L.cXN.TITCE MASONS' MEET. Every person in this citjr who issuf-ferinfrom Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dkv ease, can find relief and be permanent" ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durggists sell ZEMO PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Truth Cecilian Park, DANVILLK, KP.NTIJGKY. r 1 Stallions Tor Service 1909. GAMBETTA WILKES 2:19 records of 2:.'!0 nnd tatter. Founder of the (;renlet fnmily of aliow nnd world. 1- -4, l Thi Jasiph Prlct Sanatorium, North Stanford, Kentucky. Vor Treatment nf tllsonsesnf the Kve. Now, Tbront. Kar. (lenlto.I'rtmry. Itectnl Or Lincoln Lodge No. ft) K..t A.M. will meet FINE FARM IN MMWRD COUNIn stated rommunlcatlon on each first and TY FOB SALE I third Monday iiliihti of each month, nt 7:: o'cliKk In their hall on main streeet, Htan-fon- l, Ky. Members of sister lodges are fraA line Mite ternally Invited to lie present. T. V. Pen- newplkenenr grass farm for sate situated on I'olnt Invell and six miles nington, Hec, south of Lancaster, cnntnlnlug Jio acres, well loented In good neighborhood, Iwlng John SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- part of the two-stor- Wnlser tract, with n handseven-rooresilience some new. thereon, with all neoessnrjroutlmlidlnittnnil Well watered, sis. NEERING. good, new Inm ueser falling springs and creek running Inm prepared todo all kinds of surveying through. '.cash In hand. balance one and Tick".. and cUII engineering promptly. My work two years from day of sale, bearing six per will be guaranteed and my prices are rea- cent Interest until ald. Advocate, sonable. Write me nt MoKlnney or call me for J. C. Robinson, the Lancaster piko over the telephone through the Hustonvlllu orPersons lookingW.O.such placeplease write see Walkm, Htanford. sold his crop of 55,000 Kxchnnge. farmer, has WALTKUMcKINNRY. pounds of hemp to E. P Spears & Son, Insuras Tobaoce antf of Lancaster, nt $5 25. Advocate. Tiio only gtnllioii living or dcml tlint ever circil -- '00 or more with iortc in tho His colu won more premiums nt tiio WorM'n Columbinit race His dcccndant nre noted ns. Imposition thntt tlint oi nnyotlier sire. Ilin decendants did t lie miiu nt the World' Fnir held nt St. Louis. for their pimciiexn nnd good di.KMition whether on tho road, on tho track or in tho chow ring. gans, Nervous ttystom GEORGE HUR, Draft Stallion, at JlOto Insure a Living Colt. t irood Mulo Jack at tho same We ami on same conditions. : Uauohman, Stanford, Ky. Wottee Peullry Ralttrs ! Jt Bl.4 jt r ,, -- i n" ,1WP0f:year to feed your fowls Cures uuuirrn, ubiitb, It"' ' mtNrnecl. when fed at healthy ply keeps them tire, no nay. guaranteed !. l'enny, try It under Svlt for booklet on disease , m. aBn? .TJ' sy J ' V is Curable r i,, Wi' H ,v -- ifcmlfic preparation fot tlfhna Itehlnc instantly skin ttrajySfd Rort'i that causeand is caiekly yields sm ttc'stly cjfed by tbis rtmarKo.c All UrUKglSli. vynKuiH" sTor "E. W. Rof n Med. Co., sllouu,ibo, n. Cronbach Bros., of Mt. Vernon, Ind., have sold their large corn crop of bushels to a Henderson, Ky,, firm The prico paid was 73Jc per bushel. Beau Naboth will make the season of 1909 at my barn. Bring me your barren mares. I havo successfully used tho impregnator for two years. Felix White, .Stanford, Ky. G. and C. P. Cecil advertiso this issue three of their magnificent stallions, Dr. Munson, 2:032, Gen. Brighthcart, 2:131, All are by Gam-bett- a and Gen. Adele, Wilkes, 2:191, tho greatest living sire of harness speed. These horses were shown here Monday and they attracted much attention. For Sale. Gray mare, 15 hands high, city broke, gentle anywhere, single or double. To appreciate this maro you must see and drivo her. Trained and can step 2:30 gait to buggy; has small blemishes on knees; otherwise sound. Will sell cheap at once. Lutes Bros., Turnersville, Ky. 15,-02.-0- Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of Trtacoa DR. larnt. Nothing But Insurance MUNSON, I years old. Ilnco record l!:08j; tho chnmpion 1007. year old pacing tail ion of Will tnud nt $10 to insure u living rolt. Marblo and Cranito Monu Vases and hettees. Ky. Markers and Posts, Cemetery nnd Lawn OHIoe and works. montSs Jesse D. Th Insurance Mia, Wearen. GENERAL BRIGHTHEART llnco record ' STANFORD, KY. Ilesldenca l'bone 9n; Office, tin. Insure with mo and bo fully 2:19. Trinl in n race 2:1!J trotting. Will Mnnd at 820 to insure n living colt. PEYTON. I will stand my fine, mulo Jack IVyton, nt my farm at Morelnnd, Kyat H to Insure protected. GEN.ADELLE l a living colt. Also will stand a stnndard.bred registered Wilkes stallion nnd three nne young Jacks will lie permitted toseroa few mares free to my regular customers where they brved thr mare, or more. years old. Knee record 2:10; trial in n race 2:07 (. Will tnnd CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting, such as lllock Work, Pavements nnd. In fact, we can make any thing from r house down to a fence post. Wn can ssene you promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our prices before you buy your material nt least. first-clas- at $15 to insure a living colt. Dr. Munson 2:0Sf, Gen. Ilrighthcnrt arc nil sous ot Gambcttn Wilkes 2: lit. Marcs will lie kept nt '' 2:lJt, Gen. Allelic J .n.K,NO When Ordering Clothes Have your tnensure taken by a tailor of er perlence. Then your clothes, w hcthern low price business suit or the llnest erenlng clothes, wilt have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indlcnte they were made to your measure. I will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats nnd overcoats. Hnrlng and Hummer samples on hnnd ready for your Inspection. H.O. HUPLKV.The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. 81 per week at owner's risk, parted with forfeit insurance mid ce:ion becomes cards and other information nddrcra Mares otd or due. ' For stallion PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. C. 8 C. P. CECIL, Danville, Ky. Peony's Drug Store, Dorse y "Golddu&t, ikftP Hired by l, u.dl Uolddust.lfc"). nt-- i .1 r 12052. 119, BF W .. .aSssBjunln Mm f'4B-- at' dam llwM amMi - ' ,. (by (fold Vermont Jdorgnn and on to .. n by nn Sllrndl nolddmt t tulllnn Zlleatll. torHy (iolddust It Florence o io Chief a onof tJalls touift tivGolU- " fnri'fin find .if to jtimni niorsnn. . ,nlntt;nselylnlrelMorRan JN(1Tr-.Tb- , 1KM now in uemunn. a ricn Mtalllon tli tMtf, j Macr point, is hanus niu dappld HI nrwiii irnuij nuu uv.imh. with itpe d endurance aniLJiTciirm as a prmluf '"oV.UHproaS -- Full rosier to Kstelle, No. p 3lnm' lUlllflltlt nifeuy .twl .lrfm Kattrol 1.' tKltll r mndo at my Th miles Irani Stanford, nt $iatolnur ham 11111 VUI. luilirwi II living rOJl.lUIiej IIUW piaru p.irtel Kith. Mures kept on Kram nt 1(V w diiv. i.imI care Riven nut no reniion .Iblllty for ncvldents or efcnpet. r Itr.I I'. wlll-ij- !, iii umsent enon le rtnusj e V T'sWw m, King Eagle, Jr., Hired byH. T. Harris' KlilR he by Eacle, Vol. ft. A. H. II. It.. No. SKM, lie by Time. 743. KojnlKlnK.SM,uebyi.n King's 1st dnm Htonewall Jacki.on.7i.Koynl Mollle Mount! SKI, ns by the noteil klre. K.H. Cabbell's Uxlngton, Kagle Kinc lull, he ist by IllrU dam Hlp!WI.h by 11M ifiiw Knuli.Tr.i. 'luldiim I ted I.lon. Snl dam by Harris Kenmarfc. he by Miller I)en- tliarK ; ItUUIIIll U Jim nni, uuiuusiiuiru, Klnu Kaifle. Jr's.. 1st dam nt Mollle Prennon.xlie by Old llreniion.'inddamt'op-pe- r Crockett. Itottom, andlruns Imc to Davyyears kvti-iciiii- ! old. Kiil'Iii Jr.. Is four dark buy with one white hind foot, nice mane and tall, stiiuus iiui 10;, unnua uiku, otium, isuy, lUIIbsand well proportioned everyspeed, lth plenty of A combined stallion style and action, mid his colts show that he Is a splendid breeder. He will miikw the sea. of on of UWatmy bum, one mile H est InPEPIOHK.K. to Wiiyneslmrs 011 KlililngUreekut sure u UrliiK colt. Mares trailed, parted with or bml e!:e where without my consent forfeits the Insurance, and the money becoinesdue nt such tmnsnctlon. dare will lie taken to pretent nrcldents but not relonslble should nnyoc- !Ur- t. l'bone In residence, WancuurK rar- mers Kxcliunge. O.fl.OAM-WKLI- . A SON. It. K. I). No. I. Vn nesburg, Ky J, L.Beazley&Co., Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid Muntington.W.. Va., went vet by lor external use. Zemo gives instant clief and permanently cures any form 800. There are 727 children of school age jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. VV, in Danville. The city council of Charleston, W. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. Va., has voted that city dry. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. G. H. Buchanan, an aged and respect I ed citizen of Taylor county, is dead. FARM FOR James WMarcum has been appoint, cd post mas tStvat Wanita, Jackson coun .. grass The farm of 110 acres, of good .on land Jylng one mile North pike. Irr - ements and the Htanford The business section of Kinderbcok, fencing good; ple,' nter nnd fruit. nine wTtlrJrv.wi.ata-- .t. store H.A" ,J klillirm inuu uiipplenty y : half under fenra; tolmcco Intnl. Hee room was destroyed by fire. wit" nnd good J.A.OlVHNH.Agent. A call for a conference on city plan .MoMtuny, Ky. ning has been issued, the proposed conCUT FLOWERS FOR SA!.r' ference to be held in Washington on May 21 and 22. I can furnish the public with The Court of Appeals of New York, well ns the freshest olcul Dowers. in an opinion, holds that the American all kinds, bulbs, potted (lowers.o' notice. Alo make n sicclnlty Tobacco Company cannot be forced to for for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I sell to any person. kinds of vegetables on hnnd ut ren Supremo Court of New York de- prices. OHUISTMANIIKKKNHOU.. Kll llL'llHAHII. PU. cided that tho proprietors of sight see Htanford. ing automobiles in New xork cannot color lino among passengers. draw Twenty workmen are believed to have been drowned as the result of the (Successor Dr. II L. Casey ) sinking of a gasoline launch in the Ohio Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. River at Schoenville, near Pittsburg. Graduate of Chicago VetCharles Smith, of Pendleton county, erinary College. punish his child, when his started to Ofllco at l. K. Iignn's Htnbte. grown son interfered. The two men l'hone Si. quarreled and Smith shot his son in the DANVILLE, KY. head with a shotgun. The jury in the case of Capt. Peter C. Haines, U. S. A , charged with the murder of William B. Annis on August 15, 1903, brought in a verdict of guilty Illnck luck, with white Points, henry bod 1 hlniM'lf of manslaughter in the first degree at and boue.He Has prown Hatln. Ist damNo. WllIs by Illnck .reeder. premium llamt'ottou's Morgan, Hick of Mndlson:lils Flushing, N. Y. nut ot Jennet by Joe dnm Lv John The will of tho late Bradford Shin- - llluc'Kburn. Wlllstnndnt my placent Highfor horse kle, of Covington, probated in that land nt I13 forretained mule andto17securemarestnon colts innte. Jen city, disposes of an estate of more than on money, TOM I). WII.I.IAMH. f a million dollars. Several bequests to Highland, Ky. charity aro made, one of $10,000 to the Protestant Children's Homo of Cdv- GOODS. ington. Here and There. Itching SklfTDiscases CHESTER JEWEL. My stallion. Chester Jewel, black 14 hands high, w III ninse the senson of Itst nt my stalile four miles West of Onib Orchnrd at mouth of Cedar Oreck, at 11.1 to Insure living colt. Hired br Chester Inre. 1st dam by Heeoml Jewel. This mare Is thedamot a mnre that sold for tf.011. 2nddnm by Holmes' Drennon. nrddam Anna Iluford.by Mnulle, St It dam lleuln, by Itoston.othdam by Kpsllnn, tb dam br did Denmark, 'tlidam by I'olyer. Money dun when colt Is fonled or mare traded or tmrted. Mares erased nt W - r osni of month, oil bills mures : nol v1i- "f aiildcnts or is- 11 MY LINE OF TROUSERS!I Is Now Complete Vor The "IT?) -- J: vVb. ' i it.iJ SALE jisH.l' Is.rVn.VNs ' o Rip. JOHN W.HOi.MKK.l'rnbOrchnrd, Ky je - At McKSnney, Ky., You enn nnd our Hlandnnl SPRIMuimSUMMER e grow-;cro- 1 . DR.E. C.TEST, Itemedy, the greatest blood nnd liver medicine yet know n, Tn..iseif Itheumntlsm. Hull llheum. Kiel Hotter than ever handled before for lie' Trouble and nil diseases nrlslug from . blood It has no eiiual. It Is iininti- l under the nun food net nf June u, the l'rice. Also the mot . iiuarantecsl by the mnmifaclurer If . H taken according to directions i,r sis U not benefltru by the use line oi ..iy we willmore. Ifnch parknge refund vour money . nollilng I rt wm with n registered gunrnn. ' i.ullng card with (ulllmfiictlons. I to any nddress by mall on ro- , package or six packages for If taken In order n Ixn s in 11 sase a mlrnt take the nig uociorncconl- r if you Itemedr nnd are not lienellted. tLruvtlous your dollar back. Inn win not s'tiietlyln drug stores for sate. It i.ly hv our duly authorlieil ngents. HbUIIKN WII.I.IAMH. Agent. In any Myle you wish. Cull nnd let 1 Men's "and ladies' Oxfords " ;' V Safeguard the Future The safest, surest and most adequate guard for the future Is policy In 11 ! s fbow you what ue have. safe- The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. I Life CURLEY. It Is conspicuous for economical management, liberality of ltsHilley contracts, fair dealing with Its members nnd large returns in) to'tt-.- Icy holders. company Js Just catrrlns the of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. ' . ( i . SIXTY FOURTH YEAR 11 11 all other companies combined. Wrltu for lutrtlculiirs, stating age and whether married or single to It. M. NKWI.AND Hpeclal Agt. Myers House Kbits, Htanford. James I, White, Solicitor for Ilockcnstle Co. You Will Make No Mistake in Buying The DIGNITY DARE 1982. Sirs and nicks Inst. CHOICE Lived 152 Years. Wm. Parr England's oluest tho third time at 120, worked In the Jidda till 132 and lived 20 years man-mar- ried Foaled Mny 6, llntt.black with while points, l.U bauds. Hired by Wonder "SO. he by lllg Tom. he by llelknap. Ist dnm Uhenault Jennet W7 by Imported JuiiiIki. Will make the season of Wn nt my farm UndertuKera aud Embalnj era. AlsoPealera in Fur- longer. People, should bo youthful at 80. James Wright, of Spurloon. Ky., shows how to renin in young. "I feol boy," he writes just like a niture, Mattings.Ruge. They will exclmugo Furniture lor Give hII Kindi of Stock. Tht-a Call. 1'rice Right. STM-OKD- . - "after taking six bottles of Klectric Hitters. For 30 years Kidney trouble made life a burden, but the llrst bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I irud found the greatest euro nn earth." They're a godsend to weak, sickly run down or old people. Try HEMTUUKY. them. Wo at Penny's Drug Store Little Uavey Solan is forever asking questions. miles from Hustouvllleon the Illnck plkent 125 for Jennets and lit) for mares, to Insure. I will ulso stand seeral other Jacks lit 110 for mitres. Also several stallions nt 110 to Insure living colt. Urnss furnished at M per month. Jennets or mares parted with forfeits the Insurance unit makes season money due. J.K. IIAIHIIIMVN. HmtoinlUi), Ky, 11 PRESTON KING. foaled June, HsiS. His sire was the greatest show horse in Kentucky. He lias li.iliiiice. hlRlinctlonnndtbesiM'edlndlcnled by these blood Hues. He has the long, thin neck, strong, short back, dellcute bend, well set, heavy tall. Hat bone, clean hock and good foot nnd eyes so characteristic, of the gut of the Denmark. We feel that I'reslon slug's Keg.No.l)!,A.H. II. It. lleiiutlful bay saddle stallion, lis1, hands, Illue string horse from colt to present date. Never defeated In model ring except by his two colts. Iiefeatidsihciid In model ring nt Hnrrodsburg. Colts very kind to break and unusunll) Intelligent. (I rent breeder for high action colts, flrcnt uniform breeder, never got a sorrel rott. Ills colt llrst lu stake ring for Jl tit Harrodshurg, 1mm. Huckllug colt llrst In harness ring nt Htnte Fair, llw. ii-- of bis colts nveniulng !'., ers sold fornterngu price of HII. Imimrls high shoulders, long, tapering necks and good hcndstoiill. Heasouof h In Hustonsllle nt : to Insure it lltecolt orl the season, Money for season due at time of first service. Dignity Dare Is too well known to make further mention of him necessary. lu u hem Dignity Dure was neverdefi-iite(Iruss furnished nt 1Si Kr mouth. Cure taken to present ucclileiits and escapes loll not responsible should any occur. Mures moved, traded, parted with or bred to another horse makes ser Ice money due. 1'hoiiH lu residence. (Virre.pondenee solicit! d. D. H.CAItl'KNTKIt.llustonMlle. I.Si pounds, ierfectly sound. Trotted lu Has live distinct gaits. Muliogony bay. I0, hnnds lilgu. weight 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. I W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. J.i.C. McClary, JL A. "You'd better keep still or something will happen to you," his tired mother finally told him ono night. "Curiosity once killed a cat, you know." Davey was so impressed with this that he kept silent for three minutes. Then: "Say, mother, what was it the IrQ Spur? cat wanted to know?" Magazine. Everybody's Henpeck Hear about the awful affliction that befell your, friend Strag-gin- s Henderson No; what was it 7 Henpeck My wife eloped with him. yesterday? Undertaker. Cmbalmor nnd Dealer in Harness. 8addlery, STANFORD, - KY. MB! Fboae, Iff. The peach crop may a failure be Down in old Delaware, Hut the Summer girl won't fail us, Therefore we don't care. Hoine.f Uono 6. Daily What do you do when a man steps on your drew? Dora I look as Fred does when I W, H.aU. U DUUUHKAIt, uk him to pay for it. l'bone 1JH- -Ii. speed, nctlon and Individuality must add to the merit of our Kentucky horses and wo ask for lilm n liberal patronage. This richly brel)oiiiig horse has nil the ijualltlesof u great sire: Iwnu nnd stjle. His blood lines come to him through sePreston Vli, his sire, wan the lected sto-k- , greatest sliow horse of his day, winning nt nil tne lairannu norsu snows, inning me blue string at Mt. Units, winning SlJJu. You see that I'reslon King cun not h?Jp but tie is great saddle horse Mire. His dam, Nelly VM was by VanSleter's King 7;ij, tracing to Htonewull Jackson, nnd 011 bis sire's side to Washington Denmark Al. 1'kiiki hkk Hired by I'reslon DiJ, by Washashlngtoii ington M, by Oroinwell J. by Denmnrk.lli. 1st dam by VauMvter's King 7U,by HIUerKlag, by On lime, by Htoue- wall Juckson, K. H., Hubblo's great show horse, 2nd dnm Jlp, by the famous Cabell's Islington by (list's Illnck Hawk, K. H. tire. Ham, llelle by ltlnslerlck 101, by Miimhrlnn Iigrnnd Vu. Washington M.uam Alice M, by Hnru'sHalcote list. VniiMeter's King T.H. dam Maud V so. by Oruuger f.H. Tekmh Mures'wlll lie kept lit IJJiO per mouth at owner's risk. They Mill receive the most careful attenttou. Mares sold or parted with Uriel ts Insurance and tuu fee v becomes due. Will make the season of lUs) at our nlaco at llu to Insure a living colt. Also will stand one good black Jnck, (our year old, at 1 1) to Insure u living coll. KOWIAOd, INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY K Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Property, Everything, Hustonville, Ky., Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Invites'you to the largest MILLINERY SELife.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Styles up toLECTION we have ever shown. stuto that tho Prices Wo ulso Glass.Suretyon Bonds our Spring Lino minute. complete. beyond competition,come uud see and be is now To save money, Immediate attention convinced. Our Spriug Lino of Shoes for Ladies, Misses mid Children and , given to losses which our line of Gent's Shoe will certainly please. Hunan uud Walkover Hues are paid without are hummers aud aro strictly reliable. Yours for nu honest deal, CllAKUa WllEKLKil, MILLINERY. ,&A .)