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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 21, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909052101_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 21, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f T' JnV 4Tt r"" ; fOL. XXXVII. two-roo- The Interiop Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1009. Bobbltt on the Pardoning Power. NEWS NOTES. IN J NO. 24. WAYNKSBURG. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. w I havo liecn requested by both demoschool building Is Mrs. Willet Almy died Friday at her Tho now Dr. John Wood, assistant physician at last completed, which I an honor to crats nnd republicans, and ono of them nt Lakeland, has resigned on account of homo nt Altamont, London Democrat. tho most intelligent colored man In III Waynesburg. Tho grand encampment of the Order An Ideal Walking health. There will bo a decoration at tho Kentucky, to glvo my views upon tho Tho plant of tho Memphis Cottonseed of Odd Fellows begun at Richmond Oxford Waynesburg ccmotcry Sunday, May 30. question: "Can a Governor of a Stnto Oil Co., ono of tho largest in tho South, Wednesday. Pardon n Fugltlvo Fr.pm Justlco 1" Em- was Everybody Invited. Charles Forkner shot and instantly destroyed by fire, causing a $200,-00- 0 killed Tandy Haggard, near Pllotview, I'rof. Martin closed his singing school phatically, no. When ono flees from loss. here May 0, and will begin one at justlco and withdraws himself from tho Tho rumor that tho Chcsapcako and Clark county. jurisdiction of a Stnto and Its courts Ohio railroad is to Mrs. Mary Mcllquhatn, wife of Allen Pleasant I'oinl In tho noar future. take over tho Chiilunlcy Singleton, carrier on rural and refuses to render himself amcnablo cago, Cincinnati and Louisvillo road has Mcllquham, of Pittsburg, died suddenly at her homo of what Is termed routo No. 4, Is laid up with a mashed to tho process of tho laws, and exiles been revived in Cincinnati. VERY SWELL. foot, W. C. Chllders is working In his himself from tho laws of his Stato ami Senator Ueveridgo was invited to dewithdraws himself from tho reach of liver nn address place. After suffering several months from tho unveiling of the at Etui ItemdcUtn si i! . trl. M. Eliza Wilton, llttlo daughter of Jamrs tho sword of justlco, ho has no right Lincoln monument at Hodgcnvllle on an incurablo cancer, Mrs, T. J. Perdee, died on tho 17lh to, and can not claim tho interposition May 31, but reluctantly declined. Wilson, of this place, nt the ago of 70, passed awny at her nnd was buried In tho Waynesburg cem- of executive clemency from tho governTho wifoof Henry Quisenburry.onoof homo near London. or of that Stato whoso laws ho has bro- Montgomery county's etery. Tho Fiscal Court of Hoyle refused to most prominent Most all tho farmers will get through ken, and from whoso penalties ho has citizens, committed suicide by cutting Vote an appropriation lor thu purpose planting corn this week. Wheat looks lied, God in His mercy will impart her throat with a razor. Sho was tem of beautifying and improving the up penrance of tho court house yard. well In this section of tho country. To- graco and pardon to the humblo peni porarily insane from illness. tent who approaches the throno of bacco setting will soon be at hand. i no tobacco dcu oi Norman urow, a At Tulsa, Okln , Judge Marshall disMr. and Mrs. II. L. Dumas visited Grnco with u contrite and broken heart. missed the Federal grand jury that has prominent farmer living near Judson, the homefolks before going to McKin-ne- y Hut God Almighty will not forgivo tho been reinvestigating the Muskogee Garrard county, was scraped a few to work. Stanley Mcintosh visited stubborn heart. Tho wicked sinner may town lot fraud cases, saying it had been nights since. Whether tho miscreants wcro a band of organized night riders the homefolks nt Middtcburg Sunday. lice from tho wrath of God nnd placo subjected to improper influences. H-S. H. Gooch, of Somerset, is hero on himself out of tho pale of mercy, but Petitions containing 50,000'signaturcs or some personal enemy of Mr. Grow he can not withdraw himself from tho indulging a private grudge, has not yet business. Earnest Smith Is at home d were presented to tho Mississippi from Somerset thin week. J. II. Acton punishment of violated law Commission nt Jackson urging the been determined. The citizens, not onOur fathers in framing tho organic locality, nnd family and D. O. Lewis and wife but commissioners not to adopt the flat rato ly of tho immediate nnd others from this place attended the law of this country, Incorporated in tho of two cents a mile for passenger traf- throughout the county are so wrought up with indignation that they have singing nt Good Hope, Pulaski county, constitution of the United States this fic. Sunday. Mrs. Iletsy A. Singleton vis- section: "Fugitives from justlco fleeColored passengers paying tho samo raised $300 to bring guity parties to jusited the family of Hichard Hester last ing from one Stat? to another shall bo faro as white passengers cannot bo tice. delivered up by the executivo of tho week. legally discriminated against in the way State to which ho has fled, on demand accommodations, nccording to a rul- Mass Meeting at Jumbo" Camp Tab of the executive authority of tho Stato of Lived 152 Years. ernacle May 30, 5th Sunday. ing of tho Interstate Commerco ComWin, I'nrr England's oldest ma- n- from which he lied, to bo removed to mission. An all day meeting. Three services; married the third tlmoat 1U0, worked thu Stato having jurisdiction of the The manufacturers of liquors and 1030 a m , 230 and 7:30 r. M. PreachIn the fields till 132 and lived 20 years crime." This clause was inserted in beer and tho wholesale dealers arc to ing by Rev. Clarence J. Slpple and othto test tho laws recently passed by longer. I'eoplo should be youthful at the constitution by our tho ers. Everybody is invited and all the of SpurlocK, hy., prevent a defeat of tho demands of jus- Tennessee; Legislature to prohibit Hi. James Wright, the stockholders and friends arc expected shows how to rcmnln young. "I (eel tice. Nor can tho governor of tho manufacture and sale of intoxicants in to be present. You will understand the boy," ho writes State to which tho criminal has lied for that State. llko n Just We want to reason for this meeting. refuge, refuse or fail to surrender tho "afu-- taking six bottles of Electric Hy u resolution introduced by Mr. coming camp, yenrs Kidney trouble fugitivo on any account without a vio- LaFollette tho Interstate Commerco pray and plan for tho Hitters. which will be held this year July 15 to made llfo a burden, but the tlritt bottle lation of tho oath of office, which he Commission is instructed to inform tho 2C, We unless otherwise announced. convinced taken ut his inauguration, to suport of this wonderful medicine Senate what railroads have failed to want many new cottnges built. Now is mo I lind found tho greatest cure, on the constitution of tho United Stilton. comply witli the laws limiting tho hours the time to begin. The investment will earth." They're u godsend to weak, There is no plainer section in tho con- of service of their employes. he worth more to you than money or stitution than this. If any section of sickly run down or old people. Try In thu Federal Court nt Kansas City time. God wil bless an effort like this. tho constitution can bo picked to piecen them .W at Penny's Drug Storo E. S. Horn, Frank II. Horn. John B Wo welcome everybody to take part then the wholo four months' work of Horn, Raymond P. Map and F. II. Sni- in the meeting nnd help us; but "scales" and best men on earth may the wisest der were found guilty of using the and "bums" we wish would stay away, be picked to pieces ns so much oakum. mai's to defraud. The men were pro- for we don't care to be interrupted Why was the pardoning power vested moters of a gold mining scheme. while we aro striving to help the sinin our constitution 7 To relieve against Lieut. Gen. Stoessel and Hear Adt'tminntoti Stintlol .nill- - stallion if Kn and earnest ones lucky. urinnlnKHlull the KentMky Attn hardship. There is perhaps ono man miral NelwgatolT have been released cere lmtr nt llurUlo N. We would also stato that we wish our it ml ulaii nl thv norout of 500 unjustly and improperly con- from confinement in the fortress of St, Ur. M. IrfiultMit .nml critics nnd "opposers" of the camp 11. Hlrril liy wnaniiigiun, victed. There are some case- s- I know Peter and St Paul by order of Emperor hint iIhiii Il.ll. Mr KlHMlrrlvl N, MM. meeting to do nil the talking possible flllil lllllll Itv iMUIIMirL. of ono or two out of 1,300 now in tho Nicholas of Russia. The health of both for the next two months, as that is the II In brown Iiiitmi Wi IhiimU Hlsli tlli to im- men has been gravely nlTected by their HlM" tyl iiihI Mr alghnflhin. Itliuwlwi penitentiary, that are entitled best means of advertising that we will turn)-- more hIioui teliHnt thMilM( IUl mediate liberty. Hut they will not be rtvoril confinement. nibl ilmailloliilna rounllM know have. nlxifor iHtUni; ur- - pardoned. 'Tis the worst criminals who ni n tiow Iiutm-unPresident Tnft on Wednesday delivFor full particulars regarding tho Itr will male lit wmiii ul lev. nt in nru pardoned. Almost overy body knows ered an address at Fort Mnhone, fol- camp meeting address Dr. Frank r, trtliJ innrHbDrt luinl. Kr.nl the riHi.uii. this. A good man, as illnckstonu says lowing tho unveiling of iibjellKurttnf !.. to Imur n IIWiik cu'l. a monument McKinney, Ky., or Clarenco J. villi kevp inarraon urnu iitltxr inonlli. about n modcrato mun In o!itic, re- and statue of General John F. Hart-runf- t, Sipple, London, Ky. for iirclileut or Iioi will not !' niHitil atoek Hmifun U ilu It mnrii la ceives no quarter from any party. The erected in memory of Pennsylto utlit'r object of tho law is to punish bad men; trmlnl or inrlrl with, or lirvd High Hiudoe Chautauqua. A Chauvania soldiers who fell in tho fighting J.IMIAII.BV. to prevent crimes. Tho abuse of exectauqua will bo held nt High Bridge, Crab Ore Imnl, Ky, utive clemency is n great encourage- about Petersburg, Va,, during tho war Ky , Juno ISth to 2Sth, under the aubetween tho States. ment to crime. Somo men only kill to Cablegrams from Adann, Asiatic Tur- spices of Dr. W. L. Davidson, Presiget a bad, bloody name. Tho prcam-bl- o key, say it is now believed the esti- dent National Bureau at Washington, of tho constitution reads us follows: mates of the number of Christians slain Dr. Geo. R Stuart, Southern Lecturer I No. I17M.1 "We. tho people of tho United States, during the recent outbreaks have been and Humorist, and Dr. R. M. Standi- in order to form u moro perfect union, Vol. 17 A. T. II. Il lrwl ly Kiwn Ituek exaggerated and that tho aggregate fer. Lecturer. They will give one of una AaliiuiKl ir.l uwire toxn. Ky. - with If It llnmk loot establish justice, insure domestic tran- will not exceed 10,000. Many of those tho greatest programs ever offered in lilml lt.il, miIIiI lmquility, provide for tho commondcfen.se, who wer while, atnnda lfr'4 linniU hull. Senators and 'iippo"ed to hive been slain Kentucky Governors, i'Kiin,H..-4..r.- ,t r.'o. i.v s::. :.: of IWi. rvcuril :1S. tin- - aire 'Si MitrRiirvl promote tho general welfare and to se- aro appearing nt their homes or among many prominent speakers, lecturers Iji-illuttunte, 3:11 IMIIk llmok. M7. cure tho blessings of liberty to our- tho refugees who havo flocked llAlltriMik. Jill.. Jrnnlu llruok, ill i II1, to the and humorists will be on the program. Klliutt MHiin-- . S:t'. Uly r.n)k, t:ai selves nnd our osterity, do ordain nnd larger towns for relief. Tho special days will bo June 20, 22, 24 mill Iluiiiilnii Itruok, JU. Hlli nt llriHik- establish this constitution for tho Unitnnd 27. An auditorium is to be built in- Ihirkiiiuiit. No ?w. the aire u( HrnrchHenry II. Rogers, Standard Oil magllillil S8 llrUhtlliilit, :ii'. nml Viilpn, ed States of Amerioa." Tho nbuso or to scat 1,000 people. Special individual o. jb. alrwl ii) INirknliilil I uso of tho pardoning nate, copper and railroad capitalist, tents for those attending Chautauqua in. rwunl t:fl. A.liluml llrook'a Ul ilniii 1. 17',. indiscriminate W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT is dead at his home in New York City. Wren by A.hlnnil Wllkra.Wlirrcord tlif.lr.iot Jolui IL (Irniry.iw:. KAlly llnl power does none of this. Hlackstono Mr. Rogers was for many years ono of will be placed in High Rridge Park. B. PAXTON, tKrt),; Attilmul Wllkc alml. hy J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER says tho English register docs not This will afford accommodations for Vllki-Wllkea, Ilia, huh J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. n single case where any king of tho most prominent financiers in tho thoso who desiro to spend n pleasant ilmii, Hlilo Lilly, lv rrolimlir, ll.tl.Jnl ilniii country. Ho started in life as u newsly Jim Monri'.a8. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Norn. Aalilniul Itnxik l iilmiiil'Oin.- - wny Great Hritain has ever pardoned an as- boy at Fair Haven, Mass., andsincohis week in camp. For accommodations in tents, address R. M. Standifer, High with Iota ol .ulwt.iiici', luia u ImhI sassin. , You muy ask what ahull tho 111. l)l ml notion. o(Rnliii nltli Bridge, Ky. Dining .room will bo esDIREOTORS: (iliU-k- t old, nml people do who uro taxed to death to ascendency in tho financial world he has pecially fitted lollanre two Tho ill tliy urn nil one coiilil viih-i-i- , they K, nml punish bad men and that object is de contributed over $3,000,000 for tho up- officials of the ud to serve meals. Routo B. Owaloy, Stanford: S. II. Shnuks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stauford & Crescent Queen kikxI colon Willi plfiitv ol lironk will Jobu 11. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan-kiurnil k'ylenml t llnlili. Atliduitl In liuuru n feated by ii usurping executivo 7 An lift nnd beautification of his native will make special rates during tho Chaun'Hon nl l'i iniikn tlm prvw-ntown. His last achievement wns tho tauqua and run special trains. . Lancaster; J. II. Paxtoti, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, swer: Ignore his pardons and unrest, Ihlniti-oltWill iilxmtniiil tli crriit millu nml Jonm-- l try and punish the criminals nnd en- building of a railroad system from tho Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. IJu jHCk. Hilly Kwiik. nl II" mr' midHilly force your laws. Away back tho old West Virginia coal fields to tidewater ' Kills To Stop The Fiend. . i II. Cummius, Preachersvillo; Lilburu lor jtwim'U to Imurti n llvliu toll in Tho worst foe fur 12 years of John ilrtd lijrTom Ki'li! Uiilnni by Krni urnlvrino, Jd ilmii hy Ia'I Jlultlr Bible times, if h man accidentally kill- on the Atlantic coast. Gooch, Gilberts Creek. iIih Inip. Deyo, of Gladwin, Mich., was a runlinn llrlic ed bis neighbor, l'rlnco, tlio lror Jo lllnckliurn with whom ho was Holla. Hilly Kii'iiti tiiiult lull IS linniU, Ho paid doctors over U working, he had to fleo to u city of Rov. I. W. Williamson's Lettor. ning ulcer. Mack, Willi wlilln iioltua mid na u colt Then'lluck-len'- s un.irtmHl n. iniili-oHev. I. V. Williamson, Hunting- f 400.00 without lienellt. Mri' refuge to escape the avenger of blood iihwi). lirliiKlim llio inn'"'"' Arnica Salvo killed tho ulcer and Willi ur hriM vluiwliere for. and even then must come out till ton, W. Vn,, writes: "This is to cernot fiillit tin) liiiuriMin' nnd iiinm-- Imcoiiiis uuu him. Cures Fever-SoreBolls, nt lb lima o( kiich irumiti-llun- . the death of tho high priest. Six of tify that I used Foley's Kidney Hom- cured Folons, Kezema. Salt ltheum. Infalexecutivo magistrates ought to ed y for nervous exhaustion and kldnov oiy lible for Piles, Hums, Sealds, Cuts, havo been impeached and ono nearly nt trouble and am freo to say that It will do all that you claim for It." Foley's Corns. 25o nt Penny's Drug Store. tho bottom of tho alphabet ought to be lNo.SJM.1 impeached by tho next General Assem- Kidney Remedy has restored health The San Francisco fire heads the list, Vol. 1, A. H. II. It KIiik Kniilo li Id liiinil. hlKli.ilnrkluiy with itnwiiiK miinu nnd tall, bly. Nono of this will bo dono, how- and strength to thousands of weak, tho lire oi or April IS, im, causing a uooiull llHigults wltn plenty of Ktm, style ever. run down people. Contains no harm- property loss of $350,000,000. Tho Chi cago fire of Oct. 7, 1871, caused n loss 1'kiiiuiik'k. Htrwl hy Itoyal KlnK, S.V6, lm This communication is in nnswer to a ful drugs and is iilcusant to take. of $1C5,000.000; the Boston fire of Nov. hy Oil Time. 7i, Iio hy Mtoniinnll New Stanford Drug Co. (In m ..Mollli) MoiuiU, request made of mo by mombers of li, Hoy ii I Klnn'i Ut 9. 1872. $20,000,000; tho Baltimoro fire 5(il. wuahy tlittiiolnl alrnt'iibUiira l)ln-tonof 1901, $50,000,000. nml'a fire in HamH. kltiK KnRlu'a lal (Ihiii Hip, WV, both parties and both races. Judgo M. C. Saufiey defeated his op- burg In 1312, $33,000,000. In) liv Kntilu III nl. lull, lm hy Old KIiik It will sound strango to future generl iluni hy Ilcil Hlon, iirtl tlnin hy ponent. Judge J. S. Owsley, in tho raco rinrrla' Hniiiiuirk, liu hy Mlller'a IKiiiiniirk, ations that 1,200 men can go with arms Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimuIJ, uu iluni oy J lm i iiiioroiiKiiiin-ii.- i nt noon day and assassinate a Stato Saturday for tho democratic nomina- late thu Heart or Kidneys, That is ViltV kiiik i;auinia Bcomiiiiiiimiiioii judge in tho 13th judiVemid liUh atyli-il hrriHler of Uuu and no ono be hung for it, and tion for circuit colli, tlu-- nil liuvliiKilii', ktylunml lutloii. Senator cial district by a majority of 1,190. Tho wrong. It Is the weak nerves that aro Jloairt-- inncoii inui won ino lau.aitinu nv two other men In a neighboring Stato help. Vitalize these Knlr.iind tliu IKOatakoiit I Jill can murder a United States Senator first voto tho writer over cast in a cir- crying out for weak lusido controlling nerves with ciutcrilvlcnllliK luuroi inn rii oi mo Sauf-leKrvut Hm IVnvliU). TUIaKulof Klnu KiiKld'a and after conviction givu bond and ono cuit judge's raco was for Judgo as ho be- Dr. Shoop's Hestoratlvo, and see how and ho believes llm colt Hint of them sail away to Cuba. with Ilentrli't nnd not lieved then, better quickly good health will come to you won this alnke two out of Ihriwaliowa. Ilia Fontaine Fox Bobuitt. qualified and that thero isman, anor ono again. Test It and seel Sold by PencnlUttriindvniniiU,hrliitliulilslieatprlcia. equipped KlDit Kimlo will iiinkd tliaprcaent ai'iikOitnt ttix low urlco of $14 to tnaurun IIvIiir colt. who will mako a better circuit judgo ny's DrugStoro. Will ulioatand thu urent uiulu Jack, Jim All Records. Smashos than will Judgo Saufiey. Somerset Kieiie, at 1U for inari'i mid IM for Ji'iuifla In tho Senatorial balloting at Springliving colt, laxattvo tonio and Journal. As an tolnaureuHilly Ki'i'iie, Jim Kuiiv,alriHl by field, III., Wednesday. 18 Democratic Imp. lit ilam by HieKrent) health-buildtliu ureal no other pills can com-par- o members of the Legislature cast their Jolin Wells tnd dam hy needier. Jim SURVEYING AND CIVIL la lHliaml lilKh, black viltliwlillupolnu, ii with Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. Tho cleverest Imitation of real Cot-f- eo votes for former Mayor Dunno, of great inulii Jack. Chicago. All of Hi" uhovd limntloiuHt stock will They tono and rcgulato stomach, liver over yet made U Dr. Shoop's s make Hie aeimoii of Huv ut our atiibleOily and kidnoys, purify tho blood, streng IK n lor lu mid Manufacturer ol Health Codec. It Is Una In flavor- - -- A tickling or dry cough can be miles Weal of Htnnford on thu Hheluy I am prepared todo nil aluda ol aurvuyliiK bred hike. Marea lrdrl, pirted with ormoney then the nerves; euro Constipation and Is made in just ono minute. No quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's tliu Iniumnca nml elwjwliere forfeits Granite Monu- ami civil imgliieorliiK promptly. My work Marble will be guaranteed nud ruy price Aro Ixicomeatluenttlietlmeofsuchtrnnanotlon. Dyspepsia, Ulllousness, JaundIcov tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling, Mado Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloWrite me ul JlcKlnuer or cull me For furtUer Information call on or nddrea Uoadaohe, Chills end Malaria, Try Cemetery from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, roform, nothing unsafe or barsh. . Mkrktra and l'o.ta, uiuet) uuu nml l.nwa- o er the telephone through the liuatonrllle Kiclmnje. H.T. UAItUIH 4 IIOBT. WOOPl, Vuie. nnd Hutte. nurni, moI KlUQVjr, V.J. oto. Sample free. Penny's Drugstore Sold by Penny's Drug Store. HtnuforU, Ky. them. 23a at Penny's Drug Storo. rnone Tt, Hlng 8. WALTKMcKINNKr. heart-failure. S'i lit til h l it OXFORDS ffff-r-H-f-f-H-fH- 'i Kail-roa- Green, White, Tan, Qx Blood and Black, m fore-fathe- IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for r Men, women and PRESTON 922. - Children. & ii luin. -. 111 Cummins Wearen, Gri-de- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. "k- H ASHLAND BROOK, Cbc Cincoin County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. tr - 1v. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 M Ali-)i- 111 'lu-li-- r. (lis-clo- fel-lo- -- n, ir I r r lrlc. -- s, KING EAGLE. Use Arnold's Buggie s. hi-i- y nt-r- Uvfi-ntr- There is nothing better. We paint Old hicles and make them look like new. Get our prices. We solicit your trade. d er R. Af. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. Harry Jacobs, ENil-NEEI1IN- and ments, Jt . A - r- - w The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON A DECISIVE VICTORY. In the contest for tho circuit judgeship just closed, reftardinR it as no part of tho duty of a party paper to tako sides Doth in a contest between democraU. candidates arc our personal friends and wo did not want to placo ourselves In a position whero wo could not support cither in tho final rnco for tho office, without a charge of insincerity. Of tho nominee, Judge Mlcah Chrisman Sauf-lewe have always entertained tho highest admiration ns a lawyer, as n man and a democrat, and it will bo no less a duty than a pleasure to do all in our power to secure his election. As a jurist he has been tried and found not wanting In the slightest particular, and when he again assumes the ermine, as he is suro to do, it will be withmaturcr judgment and a fuller appreciation of right and justice. The party and tho district are to bo congratulated on se curing tho services of a man so compe y, Tub Interior Journal took no hand tent for the fullest discharge of the re sponsible oflice which he will fill. Judge Saufley it may truthfully bo said that ho was as bravo and true in war as he has been useful and deserving in peace. He has filled many stations in life, always with credit, and his friends rejoice that he will be able to round out a long and honorable career in a position that his talents, his accomplish' ments nnd his fitness so eminently qua! ify him. That ho Is so largely tho choice of the people of the district must be a matter of great pride to him as it is an omen of certain victory for the party. Let us all now forget the as be perities of the contest, let and each democrat of us con stitute himself into a committee of one to make Judge Saufley's majority in the final contest as great as it waa in the preliminary skirmish. Few are aware of the the beet sugar industry. farmers raised nearly five million tons, for which they received about twenty two million dollars, or $5.35 a ton. In 12 years $121,000,000 have been paid by the factoriesjfor beets. There are 64 beet sugar factorjesin the country with a capacity of 50,000 tons of beets per day and they cost ovcrTO.OOO.OOO. Fac tories are successfully operated In 16 States. Last year the production was nearly 200,000 tons of beet sugar. It is not regarded to bo as good as cane su gar but it serves every practical purpose and helps'to provide for the ever increasing Bugarlconsumption. and $4; in Patents at $4 and $5; in the "Manss" Shoe we have both Tan protected. and Patent Leather at $3.50. Ladies Safeguard the Future ! Low Shoes, straps and pumps, we most adequate surest The guard for the future a policy The Mutual Benefit Life "Ladies Walk-Oveat Insurance Co. conspicuous for economical It ment, liberality Its policy contracts, lair $3.50; "Ultras" at $3; "Brockport" at dealing with Its members nnd large returns over the river to rest with Jackson holders. DON VARRICK. toThe company Just entering the der the shade of the trees. The larger $2.50 in Tan and Patent and a beautiSIXTY FOURTH YEAR number of them were great in war and a successful business career with more young itntllon This mngnlllcently useful in peace and their going will will mnke the Lincoln county than ful nt hit stable nl policy holders black Swede at $3.50. These are combined. Write create a void which will be hard to Ky. (Iietter known nnlne !r.ilul all other companies ngeand whether particulars, staling to Insure coll. land whero May they be reunited in the or single to l)on Vnrrlckls lienutlful chestnut K.M. NKWI.ANI.Hpeclal Agt. the hlibel war and its hardships are never known. short bnck, benvy bone; House Mats, Htanford. the choice lasts out for the season. See me greni typeoime irouer. n James I, White, the fi,iu .(!. thnt (solicitor for Hockcastle Mayor Grinstead had no trouble in lnrtnnd the een hent magnitude of venr the Memorial them and you will like them. securing tho republican nomination for broken heats the Jl..t Last year the lion At McKinney, Ky., just wait and filjnn and Inter Louisville, Of A monument to Commander Win . W. H. LAIR. HtlStonvllle. Kv.. I has just been unveiled at Andersonvllle, iim(u1()(ii of on00ItniK8 to jsmuuo y a. U,. near inOSUOOI ma tilsMKAT MAKKNI nnilftissn ixiruon oi "Frvih nf J,irr,,cct..i,;m,rooUo. (looiltnl ttia Low- prison, erected through the clioru : the Daughters of tho Confederacy, and . some of the Northern papers aro howl- Imr like sheen killing hounds. The nor- rible conditions existing at tho prison New Llverv in which 13,000 Yankee prisoners died , Depot and many others wero incapacitated 96, for life, havo long sinco been shown to have been beyond the power of Capt. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Wire to prevent and that his execution by order of a drum head court martial WHO U3 1UUI.I1 U lliutuci oo niv ....n...- of Mrs. Surratt for alleged complicity L t w,u ,t nmtmrflno nuiln lock IV) ton. in tho assassination of Lincoln. Captg a living con.nt Mnrttlnntl. Kv..nl Lltolnsurt' Wire was tho victim of circumstances Alan will tlnml it ttnmlnril-lirrt- l stallion and not the fiendish brute that he has Wllkfs iwrmltmlnml three line ounit Jnckt to H'ncn few mnri-- fire will Iw been pictured. Tho whole South was to my roKiilnr customers whore they .nan. armor.. .are. bordering on starvation when n.,llKt!(a. furnished Its horrors, for which The Truth the captain was held responsible. Tho Everv Dcrson in this city who is iuf' lone delayed tributo to him nnd tcsti Eczema, Pimples, DamJ. monial of his Integrity aro gratifying ferine nno hn mniiM that ho was ' ruH or any form ot skin or scaip uis fn . a Loim fnr n-- 1 cue. can find relief and be permanent :n i . 1'qmd foi vengo that nearly 44 years after his ex-- 1 y cured by Zerno, a clean lodgment in the breasts of external use. All durgcists e ZEMC ecution finds PENNY'S DRUG STORE. very few of those who knew that ho did the best ho could havo done under the circumssances. !.. in ...... Memphis is preparing to make tho .111. HinKH ..... sensuu m ivv ... tmr biiiim.-- . 111 inw l'i InsureNorthwest of Htnnforil, Ky., nt SIS Confederate reunion, to bo held thcro to milt's n living colt. Illnck Jo Is by Preston VJ, Kentucky's greatest smlllstM tho greatest of all the scries. lion, lie. iy wnsiiingwmDi: macK joes in Juno The dwindling number of tho gallant iIriii i.uclle bjr Messenger lHinmnrktlMilnm lifttlo Itolilnion br itotlnnn' Vermont hosts that went to battle for homo and llnnibletonlnn; he Ian wry line Individual; rfoatrnrtinn of which thev ', hlaek with nnn hltefoot; stands 15 tmntti, rights, the welght ,,,,)rK),,d..3,eBr,ol!;niiiwUller Hinntrht iunq thrrntpnrd. Indicato that anil verr shnwr. In harness: of llnestylenml I.ifiip.1 m. tulr .fill " .. .l.n U..n U nw JJta. but few more of these reunions will bo llt.l..ll. dl Ml... i.l... J mares. Henson inure 1, traded survivors aro either with. All dun Ifwill ! taken to n or rmrtetl held. Most of tho old acci cure past or nearing the allotted span of life dents, but not responsl bin should nnv occur. n, If. ..1 l'r A J. and before many years all who fought Htan'ortl, Ky, will have crossed for the Lost Cause CHESTER S. resent season rlustonrllla nt at I). H.Dnrpenter'a stable In $10 to Insure a ll Iiir colt. is n iir.scnin.on anii rumour. lie high, black with star In is hands This son of Oheiter Dare will make the forehead, with nil the style nnd flnlsh characteristic of the Chester Dare family, a Rood noting none anu a proven oreeoer. nee mm nerore booklnn Tour innres If roll are looklns for n breeder at llvlngprlce. Hired hy roodPnre, 1st dam hy Telcsrnphr Inddnmby 'iipry.oyiamurino vniei. JNO.O. I.YNN, llustonvllle, Ky, 1 d nO l f? TEE Ft . LOW SHOES. Our Oxford and Low Shoe Stock is as full of good things as 'tis possible to be. In Men's goods we have the Street, Phone . PEYTON. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FORjSALE I A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near INilnt I.enell nnd sin miles south of Ijincnster. containing lit) acres, well locntisl Hi uixhI neighborhood, 11114 John pnrtof the two-stor- Walter tract, with n hnnd-som- e new, seen.rom residence '"' s lrcl Ander-Bonvil- le thereon, with nllnecfssiiryouthiilldlniisnnd good, new Ijim Wirti, Well vntered. six neser railing springs and envk running through. Tisnx. 'd ensh In hnud.lnlnnco one and two years from dar of sale, tenrlng six per cent Interest until paid, I Vrions looking for such place please write W. (. Walkkh, Htnnforil. or see ... '"m Imurtt Tobacco and Tobacce larns. Nothing Out Insurance "Walk-Over- " in Tan, both Button and Lace, at $3.50 , Jesse D. Wearen, Black Joe" .!... - The Insurance Man, STANFORD. KY. Iteshlence l'hone Co; OlTlce, M. Insure with mo nnd lie fully 0, snfest, nnd Is safe- fur-nishin- the In r" Is manage- of Is un- policy fill. Htnnforil. lev pliicxi Hi brinl seitoon of lUM 11-- of In for 1S Hllver In n won me Htul mendinc The local option bill giving cities and villages tho right to vote on the saloon question regardless of the township vote was passed by the Illinois House, Senator Paynter's speech urging The of Paducah the repeal'of the six cents tax on to strongly mentioned Charles Ki Wheel bacco was a very strong one, but we er, of that city, as a probable candidate are afraid it fell on unwilling ears. The for the Democratic nomination for Govrepublican majority will hardly permit ernor. thii much deserved relief, especially Gov. Hughes has vetoed the Allan help tho bill, which proposed a bond issue of since it would principally Southern raisers. However, if Senator $2,000,000 to provide a pension of $6 Faynter should succeed In his efforts per month to veterans of the Civil War for the farmers, it will be a famous vie who enlisted in New lork State. tory and entitle'him to the plaudits of President Taf t has decided to appoint every man who raises the weed. Oscar L. Whitelaw as assistant treas United States at St. Louis Editor Roosevelt says in the Out urer of tho T. J. Akins, recently ap to succeed look that Count Tolstoi is a "moral place. pervert" andthat his work's have a ten' pointed postmaster .at thatRhode Island; Think of it, Aldrich, of dency for evil. When it is remember and Gallinger, of New Hampshire, ed that the count wrote a letter com representatives of Brvan for the presidency, tho Smoot, of Utah, News-Democr- n record nnd classed the big four, being one or the greatest money winners on the grand circuit Inst .tear. Onward Hllver Is by Onward. one of the greatPOLITICAL. est and best sons of (leorge Wilkes. On- ward's dam wns the dnm of Director, the The Necro disfranchisement bill on sire of that Brent family of trotters and pacers. Ion Vnrrlck's 1st dam was by Wilkes Wednesday received its final defeat in Hoy, br (leorge Wilkes, a full sister to The 1 5! Wng i . nnd half sister to Mndellne the Florida House. Wlnclies fntchen. thednm ol Itlllilxr. Bradley introduced an amend ter.SMW. Hilly Wln:SJ.nnd .Miss Senator SniWain Mnry, by ilngg's (Irey Kng'e. tho ment to the tariff bill, which he be' dnm of The Wng i:lV,. Mndellne 1'iitchen, z:m. wincnesier 1:1V',, lieves will civo relief to the tobacco the dam oi liunnex Illllv Wilton 2:91. and Miss It. tO. Don Varrlck'sdnin produced Dr. Conner growers. that paced n public hnlf mile on theU'xlng but mavor of rlckls bred exactly like Hpnnlshtjueenthat lunklne see what the democrats will do for him won the t5.iMTrnusTlriintit In lton.one of was as of 1X1! in November. In fnct d is ny won rnce In tlOJix) Homier M In nnd sold fur Vnrsold for fJ5.mi. n it IH Inn mar-rli- d Myers Co. llheum. Kidarising from Impure blood It has no equal. It Is under the pure food act of June , ttl,nnd Kuiimiileetl by the mnnufneturer If the Iteniedy Is taken according to directions and It heorshels not beiiented br the use of the Hemeily we wlltn-funjour money. We can do nothing more, hnch package contains 3l doses w 1th u registered gunrnu Itiu tee and mailing card with full Inst "suctions. We send It to any address by mall on receipt of II per package or six pneknires fur If taken In l lletteronler a box time you might sae a big doctor's bill, ItemeinU'rlf you take the Hcmedy n ceo riling nre ton trncknt In months Inlnnnnd sold to you to Instructions andback. not tenellted. get your You will not N. W. HublnKcr, of New Hnten, t'onn., for nnd the remedydollar In drug stores for sale. It ll;m. Mhenlso produced Mnccle Iko Unit Is sold only bj our duly authorised agents. trotted n hnlf mile on the ssme track nt IS HfcUHKN WII.LIAMH, Agent. i. months In 1:11 ana sniu lor riense note the rich Inheritance of tiveed on both sides not n missing link for generations, llrred to this fellow nnd you cant miss the three things every breeder looks for size, speed nnd looks. Hee ti t ill before Optical Npvclntlst and Kxpert Watchmakliooklng our mures. Menson money due er, locnted periuunenlly at McKinney, Ky , when inn res nre pnrted with or bred to wltliiicompleterqulpment for testing toe mother horse. Mares kept at 10 cents per e s.nl.oii thorough knowledge nnd prac(iny ami an care iiiken uui ui nw oe re1 tical eierleuc,grnduntefroiiitwo schools. encnpes. sponsible for accidents or The Month 11.' nil College of Optics nnd 1)11. U.(i. PKItKY. llradle) l'olytecnlclnstltute.of 1'torla, III,, Htanford, Ky HoruloRlcnl Ilepartment. if sou are sintering from eyestrain, headache, or If you lire nervous. Irritable, those are the Indications of some derangement of the refractive system, which may often ik'telop Into chronic or Incurable disease of the eye nnd can In most enses tie prevented by properly lilted gUssis. (.'are should lie taken 111 se lectlng our glasies. Misfitted lenses. In ery many cases, proe to lie Injurious and sometimes fatal. Thorcfnre ) oil should consult n practical optician. Watchmaking Department. My watchmaking department Is complete In ewry resKct Can do plvotlmr. stalling, Jewellngnnd all klmltof watch repairing In the most skilled nnd mreful manner. Wnteh repairing, nut wutch "tinkering" or "liotchliig." lilnnu-factunil ? nenseof Itheumatlsm, Halt ney 1 rouble and all diseases You can II ml our Htandnnl Ilemedy, the rent est blotnl and liver medlclneyet know n. H. J. McROBERTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. w 88 CD JAMES N. DYE, Prescription Pointers ! gj It is customary for every druggist 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. Wc have the goods, the equipment, the perience. ex- milk in the cocoanut can be accounted for. going West, young man, go to Washington. It may not be as easy to carve out a fortune there but it will be easier to get a wife, if we are t) judge by the large surplus of women. The latest census shows that the women outnumber themen 15,425. three of the least important of the States, determininir what the taxes of the country shall be! Indianapolis News. W'V'SaVi INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Instead of The Pennsylvania lines of railroads operating 23,000 miles, carried 141,659,-54- 3 passengers last year without the sacrifice of a single life and the wounding of only 102. The careful operation has never been equalled in tho history of railroads. As usual It is given out that all the Delaware peaches aro killed, but there is compensation this time. The little State has just begun to harvest the largest crop of strawberries in its his- resolution. tory, estimated at 20,000,000 quarts. Secretary Wm. B. O'Connell, of tho Stato Tax Commission, issued for Chair man James Breathitt and Advisory Chairman Thomas A. Combs, an ad dress to the citizens of Kentucky re questing suggestions for the revision of the State's plan of raising revenuo and how taxation laws may be improved. Tho statements recently made by Senator Hale and others of the Aldrich clique that jobbers and retailers were responsible for the high prices and not the manufacturers, was responsible for the introduction of a resolution by Sen ator Gore demanding an investigation to determine where the fault lies. After a lively debate, Senator Hale, by a point of order, delayed a vote on the PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. This Is aro authorized to refund your money If Foley's Honey and Tar fall to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, heats the lungs and prevents pneu monia and consumption. Contains no opiates. The genuine Is In a yellow THE little Dutch heir to the throne package. New Stanford Drug Co. in Holland has been named Juliana MATRIMONIAL. Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina. It is doubtful with such a name that the Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hawkins, poor little thing will ever be raised. of Corbip, announce the engagement of The Chicago woman who sued her their daughter, charming Miss Eliza faithless (lance for $50,000 for breach beth Bowles Hawkins, to Mr. Layton of promiso, got a verdict of 30 cents P. Brown, of Lenior City, Tennessee. and felt even smaller than th&t when The wedding will take place in June. Miss Hawkins has frequently visited it was rendered. Miss Mary McRoberts here and is greatParis physicians say that if women ly admired by our society folks. want to preserve facial beauty they If you dcslroaclcarcomploxionlauo must talk very little. That's what we Foley's Orloo Laxutlvo for constipa to beat into their have been trying tion and liver trouble as It will stimu beads. late these organs und tborougly Tho Senate has reached an agreement cleanse your vyktem, which Is what on all oections of the metal schedule of everyone needs in tho Spring In order to feel well. New Stanford Drug Co. the tariff bill. Thomas L. Hisgen, who, as the candidate of the Independent party for president last November, polled 83,183 votes, hai given out a statement announcing in effect that hereafter he will act with the democratic party, Card to certify that all druggists A ATAKERS .willing to stand back of who aren V their clothes aren't anxious to have their 'names , stand to the ) front. ' If they labeled .their inferior goods the mark and remember who took advantage 'of them. everybody would know hands, BUck'jick, with while poiats, 16 with heavy bone and plenty of body, PEDICREE. Sired by Taikuigton'a Na. polen. la dara by J. K. Baughraan Sr he by Old Slonewatl; 2nd dam on icnnclt's side by . -- i . :' .. L.. . io l ww imponeu i rmcr; sne cm oi a jcuncii vy nil Porter. Mule colti, $10; JcnnetU, $15; iim $20. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Light- Are You Going Build ? ning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health tho and Accident, Plate thoWhile wo aro here to build why Lincohr county court homo ami, ehould building fover strike you, not Glass, Suretyon Bonds u a butter position to build you a nico have a little talk with u? "Wc aro Immediate attention given to losses which Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House are paid without dis- being ablo to buy all materials cheaper and therefore ate in position to put count. a building up for n conBidcrablo lower price. Nothing too largo or too J. K. BAUGHMAN, email mid tho distance will not stop uu from figuring with you, mattcre not We To " where you live. invito any prospective builder to give tu a trial. Wo furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. i. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. MORGAN DENMARK Bay saddle stallion, 16 hands, good style and action. PEDIGREE. Siied by Old On Time. Id dam Ladv Morgan by Stonewall Jackson: 3rd dam by Matchless; 4th dam by Trantby. 1 iat walking proven a great bleeder ol high-clahorsej. Will stand at $3. Also a splendid mule jack al $7. The above seasons are due when colt is foal ed, mare or jennctt traded or parted with. Males and jennrlti glazed at $2.50 per month. Personal attention given al all times. Caie taken Imnrrarutoi uied when necessary. to prevent accidents, but.nol responsible should any occur. Above mentioned stock owned and stood by R. G. PETTUS. Stanford R. F. D. No. 4, 6 miles Crab Orchard U Lancaster pike. Res- dence Phone Lancaster 70- -i A OUR LAWN fEWCE 'Ytragoo D clothes ron BOYS bear the above label of out- ' right warranty, which means money back if unsatisfactory wear leads you to bring the If extra good goods back. clothes weren't best made In the market they wouldn't be the best protected. is it less expensive and better fenco thnn wood. Moro ornamental, dura-bi- o and it timo suvcr na you need no taw, hammer and nails to krep it in repair. Call nt our store, bee tho beautiful fabric and gates mid let us show you tho low prices on n good fenco job. H.J. McRoberts. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ?W' if'iT'"f '"r1 - wye trV V"- r White Lineno Suiting 10c. Stripe and Plaid DrcM Ginghams 7Jc. Dotted Curtain Bwisecs 10c. Btripo nnd l'lald Whito Lawn 10c. Side Hand Lawns 10c. All Cnlicocn He. Brown Sheeting 8.c. School Umhrcllaii 3I)c. Good Matting He. Whito Curtain Poles 10c. Linen Window Shade '20c. Laco Curtain 45o to 88.00 per pair. Swim Curtains 81 to 82 per pair. India Linen 10c yard. 40-inch A Bulletin of Bargains. Aro you interested in raving on your purchases or getting just a little Iicttcr goods for your money than usual? If so, cotno ami let ns present the evidenco of our willingness to do cither for you. We never nk more than others and on hundreds of nrticles wc ask less. Isn't It worth your while to save the dimes, quarters nnd dollar?? 3 LndicV Taped Neck Vcsto 7Jc. Ladies' Whito Foot Hoec 10c Ladies' Ribbed Top How 10c. Extra fine, long slcavc vests 25c. Knco and anklo length pnnts 25c. Children's Nazareth Union 8uiU 60c. A 15c rjuality children's rilibcrilhote (slight.impcrfections) 10c. 27-xvelvet rug 81.25. Oxll feet Bruwcls Drugget 810. Oh" all Spring Suits. Best Corset is tho American Lady. Give tho Boys and Girls n chance. Put Kducntor Shoes on them. all Linen Suiting, 25c. Linen Sheeting 08c. licet 81 and 81.50 Kid Gloves to lc had; fitted to the hand. One-Fourt- h 00-inc- SEVERANCE "'The Interior Journal. BtAuroni), Sheep dip at W. 11. 6c. $0c SON, STANFORD KY. & Hlggins. Cook & Ky., - Clothes French cleaned. Farmer. success See those Wearcn's. shirts at Cummins Registration P M., from 9 a. m. to 1:30 for tho free lot. L. IS. Are you Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Mnrtin May 21, 1009 IT looks liko tho lot salo will bo a big going to tho lot salo Everybody will bo there. " John D. Horton, the restaurant man, sells Olympian Springs Water. Ick cheam soda water at I'cnny's Drug Store. Try our now ball bearing lawn mower. W. II. Higglns. I I PERSONALS. There aro 20 prisoners in Casllo CofLouise Tate is ut Olympian fey now for various olTcnscs. Mrs. Springs. Others PICK out your lot Mr. J. S. UlCE went to Itichmond havo already selected theirs. yesterday. " Mu. W. M. Duncan's physicians say Miss Fettro's "Singing will bo a charming feature of this evening's reho Is holding his own. Is cital. MI83 Lizzik Estes, of Klrkaville, with Miss Stella Hales. We aro offering DO pairs of men's Mn. W. P. Gkimrs Is up after a se- $3.C0 oxfords at 2.75. Cummins & of several weeks. vere Illness Somerset, Wearen. Mn. C. T. Samuels, of Redding plants aro now ready and was hero on business Wednesday. Mr. J. T. Good, of Indianapolis, vis- wo aro ready to put them out. Ed Hubited his sister. Mrs. II. D. Carter. bard. Mn. J. Nevin Carter mado a busiTaxes. -- The tax books for l'JOO aro ness trip to Richmond Wednesday. and get your reSundny now ready. Como in Hon. J. N. Saunders spent ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. with his father at Miss Carrie Frith, of Brodhcad, is Florence, Hughes &McCARTYscem ' tho guest of Mrs. W. U. O'llannon. to bo busy entertaining prospectivo Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Garrard, buyers for building lots to bo sold tois with her lister, Mrs. J. C. Eubanks. morrow, Saturday. Mjss Ida Lee Uourn, of Lancaster, For Sale. On Saturday, May 22, 4 with her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner. I'arksvllle, is 1900, wo will sell at auction 1,200 black Miss Uollie Good, of A purchaser. tho guest of her sister, Mrs. 11. D. Car- locust posta In lots to suit Florence, Hughes & McCatty. ter. Hon. John W. Hrown. of Mt. Deputy Jailer Vic Owens took a non, was here on legal business couple of prisoners over to Lancaster nesday. Tuesday that ho had been keeping for Miss Kit Huffman, of Crab Orch-Mis- s Jailer Ross during tho repairing of the y to visit nnl. will nrric jail there. -Mary Phillips. given 310 Rev. Homer G. Carpenter, of John Harris Rout was Cleveland, O., is here again to seo a days in jail for selling whisky and Anderson Carr. Jr . 210 days for the mighty pretty girl. In Judro Tribble's court Miss Mattie Hats Rochester, of same offense Mlddlesboro, is with her brother and Hoth nro colored. other relatives hero. The railroad men on this division Fred Garnett is up from Cavo City havedecided to buy their flow era of for a few days. Ho informs us that his Miss Lena Hampton, the florist of this mother continues very ill. place, and this insures her a big trade Mr. John G. Uaucii is back from a from that source. prospecting tour of Oklahoma. He is I wish to thank nil of my friends who ,. delighted with the country. . assisted mo in securing n parole. I to the wife of Hlackburn Horn, I feci boy. The youngster cannot express the appreciation a 1 thank Mr. S. H. Helm especially. I has been named for his father. ' Mrs. K. P. Woods and Miss Susan am gratfully, Alfred Bright, Sr. Fisher Woods leavo this morning for Josephine Carpenter, Virginia Vcr-We" Hull--'many, Hon. James N. Saunders Is improv-in- g his office property on Lancaster you aro particular, try Dcnham's street. If Rex coal. Yards at Stanford and RowA POSTOFFlcn has been established land. nt Sims' Olympian Springs with F. Someiiody will get a nlco lot absopostmaster. . lutely free at tho solo SatThe piano numbers to be rendered by urday. Miss Ballou's pupils at the recital this Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist and opti- evening are unusually promising. cian. Office over 11. J. McRoberts' We especially Invito you to attend clothing store. the lot sale Saturday, May I The New Green River ball team de- 22. Florence, Hughes & McCarty. . feated tho McKinncy nine 27 to G at The lots to be sold are Jumbo the other day. practically tho only building sites left Danville people havo n municipal convenient to streets, churches, etc. primary to go through with next. May Sweet potato, cabbago and tomato tho Lord havo mercy on them. plants for sale. C. L. Ashley, J mile Roy Hook, the carpet and rug clean- from Hustonville on Bradfordsvillo er, is in town. Work satisfactorially pike. done. Call at Campbell House. The judicial primary is over. Now The L. & N. will run an excursion jets eschew politics for a month or so to Iutsvillo next Sunday at $1.75 the and in the mean time pay for our home round-trip- , train leaving depot here at paper. G:15 a. M. The lot sale of Florence, Hughes & Saturday, For Sale. Puro S. C. Hrown Leg- McCarty here horn eggs. Improved laying strain. promises to bo tho biggest thing StanMrs. R L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. ford has had in years. He on hand and take a chance on the free lot. Phono 83-- rings. 3 Strawberries, green beans and tomatoes at J. I). Morton's Restaurant. Shirts ai)d Liqen Wast) Suits. Wo nre offering exceptional vnlues in both SkirU and Linen Wash Suits. Tho very latest styles nnd nil colors. Ladies' Linen Wash Suits from 85.00 to 88,00. price 87.50 to 812. mnde. Regular Everybody knows that tho "QUEEN" is the best Skirt Wc havo them in Voiles, Panamas, Ac. Prices from 83.50 to 814.50. Regular prices from 85 to 818.50. Come to Fee us nnd we will convince you that wc are giving the best that the market can afford in tho way of quality, ityle, Ac., at the very lowest figures. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. " . Millcrsburg to visit Mrs. S. M. Allen. f Ijiis. It. L. Davison and T. W. Pennington attended tho dental convention nt Crab Orchard Springs and report an interesting meeting. Dr. O. S. Williams and Miss Kdna Camnltz. of Hustonville, passed thro' Wednesday afternoon returning from tho dental convention at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Anna Russell received tho sad intelligence of tho death of her great uncle, Mr. James Minor, aged 87, at California, Ky., Tuesday. Misses Martha and Sara Hackley returned from New Orleans this week, where they mado a visit after having spent the winter in San Antonio, Texas, Dr. L. G. Singleton and wife, of Howling Green, visited his brother and sister hero. Tho doctor attended several sessions of tho dental association at Crab Orchard Springs. Richard G. Hampton joined tho special car of Marlon Commandery No. with 21 members 24 hero Tuesday, board, and went up to Ashland to the Templars Conclavo in session there. Miss Clara Martha. Ellis Is tho name of tho cutest kind of a littlo daughter who arrived at the home of -Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ellis, of NorJ Sood, Ohio, a couple of weeks ago. LOCALS. Mr. F. M. Sims, proprietor of Sims' J. II. Kennedy, the Richmond monument man, sold a $2,000 monument to Oiymhian Springs, started his water wagon to this place and sold a load in a bo placed over the grave of W. J. giffy. He will deliver water to his in tho Lancaster cemetery. here each Wednesday. Watch Reserved seats for the recital at tho out for tho "water wagon." s Opera Houso aro now on salo at The date of the Stanford fair is July & Tanner's drug store. Admission 25cts, reserved seats 35cts, school child- 21 three days, instead of "July 313 days" as the Danville Advocate has it. ren 15cts. That paper will please take notice ard Judge L. W. Hethurum was renom- make the correction. The premium list inated for county judgo by the repub - will be greatly increased this year and cans of Rockcastle over G. Matt Bill the biggest and best fair in the history iard by a majority of nearly 300 Hugh of Stanford may bo expected. Miller won the nomination for circuit Rev. T. W. Harkcr, of Stanford, clerk. m m was a caller at The Advocate office this SeeTiieKrause Riding Cultivator. morning. Ho accepts gracefully and It has everything on tho market beat, uncomplainingly the decision of the in tho way of a riding cultivator. Tho majority of the democrats in this judipivot axle is n practically two in one cial district in the selection of Judge plow. Can plow as good on rolling land Saufley as tho nominee for the office of as on level. Don't fail to seo it becircuit judge, nnd will vote for him at Anna I). McRoberts and Mary fore buying. E. T. Pence the coming election. Rev. Barker thus o Moore Raney will play a piano qnar-tcttMonroe Evans, who has been ill so manifests tho spirit of truo democracy, to night without notes. They ore long, died yesterday morning after a and it is with much pleasure ihat The ynuo tnuiicians of much promise. protracted illness. Ho was a good and Atlvocate is enabled to make this announcement. Advocate. T. J. Foley, wife and daughter, of deserving darkey. Evans had a small policy in tho Metropolitan Lifo InsurRowland, wero placed in jail WednesMASONS' day for shooting at largo anil general ance Co , which Agent A. It. Wallace is set for Sat- paid in an hour after hisMeath. cusiedness. Their trial Lincoln UkIrc !o. M K.A Kill urday. They are a bad set and should Go to the Opera House and In ntiit.il romitiunlCHtliHi on A.M. first meet nml each bo severely dealt with. u tit ofracli month, at 7:.w tlilnl Monday seo what the music departments of our o'clock In theirilllinll son main Ky. MeiiiW'r.of .l.trr lodge, are This office got out a largo advertising Graded School uro doing. You will enunited to bo pri nnt. T. V. program for the Junction City High joy it ami encourage those who are hie. pecking to cultivate tho "art that is the School, which will hold its commenceLast night an amusing nearer at hand, the most orderly, the ment play entitled "A 20th Century Propo- most delicate, and tho most perfect of sal" was given by tho students of the all bodily pleasures." Surgoon Dontlst, Gil-lisp- io Shu-gar- ns IT ISN'T YOU ALONE! 'V i Wc want the your custom of jour friends; quite as much as wc want yours; nnd wc propose to sell them by pleasing you. When you come to tie for ... SUMMER SUIT, bo wc nre going to give you so good a ono for your money that ranch or We havo m little wc sell. that you'll be glad to tell your friends about us, and about the clothes After all that's tho best kuid ot advertising there is. just received another shipment ot nobby patterns and they nro tho "PILE OF STILE" make. W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Highest Market Prices Paid For. all kinds of MEET. trtt, ht Htan-fon- t, COUNTRY in H- - PRODUCE A. S. PRICE, -- Libbey cut glass at Bio. Mueller's. 'M lot sale .in SI'-- "' ' Saturday. Weddinq and graduating presents of quality at Mueller's. Wear athletic underwear garment. A Cummins & Wearon. 60c per more steel roller, ball bearing skates for sale. Cheap. This otilco. ... few You will regret it If you do not attend the salo of the prettiest building lota in Stanford We will offer tho Col. Hill property first as n wholo and then in lota as ad. vertised. Florence, Hughes & McCar- - ... ' buggy, good as new, and two new ones; all rubber tired. Sold very cheap If disposed "of at once. E.W. White, Cedar Creek. SALE.-O- '"Von nc second-han- d Charles Uutciier, of Crab Orchard, Polly ono of the best Negroes this county has Duano Travlor has engaged Walton's produced in years, died of consumption Opera Houso for Juno ICth foranelocu at Denver, Col., to which place ha went tionary contest, which promises to bo for his health a number of months ago. one of the pleasing featurea of the Ho was a polite, honest darkey and had Summer. Sho has already secured six many whito friends. Ho was a schooyoung ladies from as many towns and lteacher and stood well as such. it Is probablo that two moro will enter. Only $3.80 Cincinnati and return, Prizes worth contending for will bo offrom Junction City via Queen & Cresfered. cent Routo Juno 20th, 21st, 22nd and Attention Ladies. On next Satur- 23rd, with limit returning Juno 28lh. day, May 22, you are invited to be pres- Tickets aro sold on account of the meet ent at a demonstration at our storo ing of tho North American Gymnastic Cof-fe- o n when Mr. Powers, tho Union, who will hold an athletic meet man and Mr. Foley, representing at tho Carthage Fair Grounds, Cincin Lutz & Schramm, the famous preserve natiOhio. National athletes from all and pickle firm, and Mr. Jack Hutsell, over tho country will participate In this of Unecda Biscuit fame, will be hero to meeting. In addition to this there will "spread tho glad tidings" and prove be an excellent program. Ask for par tho quality of their respective lines of ticulars. goods. Come in and sample the good Pepples. Mr. David Popples, ono of things wo havo to show you. Geo. D. Lincoln county's oldest and best men, Hopper, fancy groceries. died at tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. The trustees of the Stanford Graded Lilburn Gooch, at noon Wednesday. School elected tho following teachers Funeral services wero held at tho homo Miss ut 3:30 yesterday afternoon by Eld. J. for tho scholastic year of 1909-10- : Annio McKinney, Mrs. 11. D. Philips, G. Livingston, after which tho burial Misses Lena Palmer, Claudia Eaton, took place in Goshen cometcry. Mr. Margarot Hopper, Ethel Fettro, Ellen Pepples' wife died n number of years llallou. Threo moru teachers uro yet ago but tho following children aro left to bo elected. Mises Annio Dunn und to mourn tho loss of a kind und indulFrances Adams and Prof. J. N. Wig- - gent father: Mesdames Lilburn Gooch, ginton wero not applicants. Miss Dunn Jamea Gooch, William Perkins, Henry will study tho oral work, Misb Adams C. Anderson, John Z. Spoonamoro and will teach at Hustonville but Prof. Messrs. John C, Jamea II. and W. II. Wigginton has not decided as to his fu Pepples. Mr. Pepples was 84 years old and a most excellent citizen. ture work. i school. Elocutionary Contest.-MI- ss STANFORD, Office KENTUCKY. Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. over McRoberts' Drug Store in tho Owsley Building. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford- - CHESTER JEWEL. ... Kar-a-va- My ttnlllon. Olieitpr Jewel, black is hamli hluh. will niHkn the teuton of ll nt my ituble four inllci Weit of (Into Orchard ut mouth of Cedar (Jreek, lit 1S to Inaurt) it ! ll Ing colt. Hired by Uheiter Dare, lit dam by Hecond Jewel. Tlila mare I. thedniu of n iiinru that old for I3.UO. Jnddam by Holme.' Drennon. Brown Manley Pivot Axle Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at Mrd dam Anna lluford, by Montle, 4tli dam lluuln, by Iloiton.Mh dam by Kp.llon, eth 827.50. Brown Manley Pivot Gang Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Bull dam by Old Denmark, 7th dam by t'olyer. Money duo when colt ! foaled or mare tiuded or parted. Mare. i:rnied at liM per Tongues at 827.60. Theso cultivators havo been iu use here for several month, all bill, paid before remowil of iu every respect. The regular price on the years and aro strictly mareijnot reipontlble for accident, or Pivot Gang is 828 und tho Pivot Axlo 831. Tho reason that I am olleriug KH, Crab Orchard, Ky JOHN W. HOLM theso plows at the above price is that I am overstocked. Call and seo before BROWN HANLEY RIDING CULTIVATORS Dinwiddie & up-to-d- ate buying. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. THE fcftfrESB ... Co., Hustonville, Ky0 Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an lir9 .MMlt tM wiw&oi && TRANSFER iONEY FOR HATES "a 8 LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER i of goods. r.- EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY iNCOnfon.no I to !, A..--- 1 iM i -- J9;tla'C.A- nJ-- t - "sF 0rw V FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Pony for sale. This office. For Sale. Good bnjjiry maro. H. e at Stanford at G. Lutes, Stanford. JhUrtdinthe tttond-cJa- u matter. For Salk.-- A (rood family horse, perfectly gentle. Miss Mollio Brooks, Crab Orchard. N. John Wobb bought GOO lambs during lhM P. K. No. ll.Houth, tho past week at 6c for Juno delivery No.W,Houlh,ll:m A M. No. J, North, :) A. K. and Sic for July. Advocate. No.. North, B! P. M. No.T7.10M7 A.M. Jockey J. Dutlcr has bought of Roger M. No.ft.JlWp. R. Early a farm, seven miles JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. from Lexington, on tho Richmond pike, for $12,000. The plant beds on the tobacco farm of of A. II. Logsdon, near Elizabcthtown, were scraped. Out of a 200 yard bed not a plant was left. lire to sell prlvat.'ly my stock of IJf Hardware. lKln n good busl Plant beds on the farms of Hardy Kenton ness. Will Inxolce about 111 hrnltli. Davis and V. J. Powell, of MontRom-er- y GKO. V, HOt'PKK, Htnnford, Ky. county, Tenn., were visited by unknown parties and scraped. Tht Josiph Prlct Sanatorium, HIGHLAND. 1. The Interior Journal. Pott-Ofie- SAMPSON CONCRETING L. TITCETHBLE will make the 1 0X1 season at my farm where I live, )i mile Month of Htanfonl on the We are In position to do nil kinds of con. Somerset pike ns llo to Insure n living rolt. I'nveinents This young lack's colts won more In cretlng, such nt llloek Work,thing from IQnTand ban thnn nny Jack In nnd. In fact, wo can make nny rrrmliims In Ills two first colts have never house down to n fence post. We can serve been beaten In their class ns colts nnd year- you promptly nnd guarnnteo first-clas- s lings nnd look like winners lor Imv. They work nnd material. Call nnd get our prices were shown ni nil local rairs Mm yenrt ami before you buy your material nt least. nt Islington ami Kentucky Htnto Fair In lux. Ills Iwm colt was 1st winners nt Ken tuctyHtntn F.nlr nnd nt several Incnl fairs. Home of his IW.Iiw nnd lv0 colts nre on my rami to snow ior inemsenes, Stanford, Ky. Cecilian Park, DANVILLE, KRNTUCKY. 1- -4, Stallions Tor Service 1009. PHILLIPS BROS., GAMBETTA WILKES 2:19 Tho only stallion living or dead that ever cireil 200 or moro with records of 2:,10 nnd lietter. Foiiniler of the greatest family of show nnd nu'u horses in (ho world. "' 100-acr- J.ll.lIAUOHMAN, riione M, Htnnford, Ky, Stock Merchandise for Sale. Beau Naboth 45.006, By NabotK 10,110. Heau NalmthSdam Nora Ilnuirhman bv Non nl KW.1. by Klectloncer lf;nddam Ui In J., by Metropolitan ITJJ.br Ilambleton-Ia- n Hi; ilnl dnm Jo.ephlneliy Mambrlno ninrugniBvi7 ny I'annay n; mi nam .Mary Withers by t)ller (thorough bred); Mb dam by Wanner, Athilani by Imp. Trnnbyj 7th dam by Thornton's Itnttler. Ilenn Nnlioth Is a handsome luty, standing 1S.SH hands, of great style and action nnd NEW MILLINERY IN STANFORD. Will open May Uth on Icpot street. Wo nnd sen our line of hats) handle all kinds for ladles mid children, -- Will make n specialty of hats for the most fastidious ladles, the money nnd tlnm going to the city by looking nt my (Irnnd Album He (llinatM, gmng natnucetl styles nnu colors, nam instructed the work In Kentucky, Ohio, I'cnnsilinnla, West Virginia from wire Inn the roll toeu'ii the roses on Hie hat. satisfaction or no charge Wo nre here to stny nnd hope the Indies will give us n call und see our Hue of goods, lnlteall local! will hand-mad- e Ilia colts won more premium! nt tho World'! Columbian Exposition than thnt of nny other sire. nt tho WotM'i Fnlr held nt St. Louis. track or in tho show ring. His ilccondnnldid the ramo His ilesccndnnts arc noted (luar-nnte- for their ganicnc&s nnd good diDtoition whether on the road, on tho , North Lancaster Street, Stanford, Kentucky. For Treatment of HI wain of the K e. Noe, itectal Of' Tbront, Kur, gnm.Nenous Bjstemnnd Hurgery. (ienlto-Urliiar- Nttlet Poultry Halms;! Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls cure Cholera, flaws, good tonle, Iloup, canker and Llmberneck, when fed as a preventue It not only keep them healthy tint makes them Iny. Price & cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist, Oeo.UTeiiny, try It under the guarnntee, Askfor booklet on diseases of poultry. scientific preparation foi external use. Stops Itchine Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Eczema culckly yields and Js permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis.Mo, ZEMO, Eczema Is Curable Penny's Drug Store. When Ordering Clothes Have your niensure taken by n tailor of experience. Then our clothes, whethera low price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will have that Individuality nnd lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats nnd oorcoats. Hprlng and Summer samples on band ready for jour Inspection. H.O. UUPLEY.The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid for .external use. Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Itching Skin Diseases Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. has proved his ability to impart his nuall-tie- s to his colts. The new Methodist church at Will stand nt the barn of FelU White, H will be dedicated the 5th Sunday miles Houth of Htnnfonl , m ar Momerset pike fin to Insure, living by Rev. T. D. Stratton, of Harbour-vill- ntMares from n dl.tnnce colt. graieil ntOVnweek Money due when mnrels traded assisted by Rev. J. D. Haggard, with or bred elsewhere. The lHitnr parted tierMinal care taken, though no resHinslblllty for acthe pastor. Let everybody go. cidents or escapes. Born to tho wife of Genie Hutchison, When ndt isanie impregnninr win ie used. J. M. FKrrl'M. Htnnfonl, Ky. a girl. A buy has arrived at the homo of John Reed, Jr. Mrs. Burton Spires, who has been sick for some time, has been some worse for a few days. O. G. Henson of IU)J. Speaks has begun sawing at his new ttkly llll M.I. in .1. llil.H. vm, .r7, nuruiothers In 1'. in. 41 fromimiiim.to til", S: mill scat. with trials nnd six Miss Minnie Young spent several days tnosenro ute oniy onenaiwcreevernnnn-Ipforsrjved. Also the sire of one dam with Wil:! list. with the Misses Hall at Science Hill. one in the the sire of Hired bynambetU 14 In Su In the . Hit. kes :UM. Miss Martha Meier is visiting her sis- S:10 nnd iK'tter, claimed to be the greatest ibi nam riciu ter, Mrs. Gover, at Turnersvllle. Miss sire in me worm, records of inis !:lf to (crnnddnmnlB with from Cynthia Warflcld has returned from a 3.un() by Knlleld :ft, son of llambletonlan W. dam by Heeley's American Htar. Knlleld visit to Louisville. Mrs. Rachel Young, f.fi lias H In S:.'t, his daughters hnre Hi In t, orl'rlnce. Jr., sire of J.tJ. by Kenof Moreland, is here to sec her niece, tucky better, nd dnm Quickstep t:lK. list nnd dnms of IS In the Mrs. Lena Spires. Mr. Waldcndr and Srd dnm by Old Joe, sire of the dnm of J. tj. wife, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. carries thebloodof four leading C. D. Warfield. lltlllllirn liniiiuiriuuiuii. ,, iinr.,iuiiiu(lll(J Uhlef and Heeley's American Htar. waiiou scons navegone against nnu CHURCH MATTERS. the lest In harness classes mid roadster rlngs.they nre In grentdemand, selling The Cumberland Presbyterian Gener- ns high ns l.ii nfter maturity, yearlings from Jl.'o toi'i. Onltnnwlll stnnd nt my al Assembly is In session at Benton-vill- stable t miles West of Ilustonvllle on llle pike nt SIJ to Insure n lllng colt Ark. Money due If mare Is traded after being bred. M. J. Fanning, the Irish orator, Plenty of grass nt MM per month, sat ed Hon. for mares, nootber stock mixed with will deliver an address In Stanford Wed mares, hate grass lots nnd large stnblet for mnres to foal, drain fed at cot. nesday night. I'lione In residence, II ustonvllleKxchange, W.M.IH)I)1. The Negro Methodist church at Dan lluitomllle, Ky. ville raised $350 for repairs at the morn ing service Sunday. Memorial services at the Methodist church Sunday morning in honor of the latu Bishop Charles B. Galloway. The Methodists still lead the Baptists more than a million in membership, The latest statistics show that the Methodists have 6,600,781; Baptists, e, MIW. HKO. W fl KNTIIV. Red Squirrel. nt our stable. Will make the soason of lt It), milt's from Htnnford, on the Htnnford and n iiir iu iimurt' i ioiiik ni it rMtiuersei pise, lie Is a riil norrel.l years old, lit hands hi all nnd n natural saddle and harness horse, lie hnsrlent) nfst)lenndnctlou, sired by Hare. No. In, N. H. ll.lt. he by lllni k Htulrrel fx, he by lllack William 67. lie by Kagle't, lie by King (II, he by dailies lieu-maWashington IVnniark HI 1st dam by lllack dcome.heby Old Htonewall Jackson, be by Washington Denmark, nnd lie by Imported Hcdgclord. Jml dam Mambrlno Chlel. A lien retained on nil cons until me season mnnev Is unlit. I'are taken to prevent acci dents but not responsible should nny occur. Hi'ii.on money due when mnrels traded or parted with. r ir.i.i'n ix cu.. it DR. MUNSON. I ycar old. Hscc record !2:08J; tliu champion 11)07. I year old pacing m stallion of Will stnnd nt 20 to insure a living colt. GENERAL BR1GHTHEART Haco record 2:10 . ' "1 trotting. Will stand nt Trial in a race 2:1.1 GALTON 29 10. 020 to iiuuro n living colt. Uli( GEN.ADELLE l d years old. Dr. Hncc record 2:10J; trial in a raco 2:07. Will stnnd i-- iii'X-(laito- e, llrnd-for- IVnce, Jr., will make the season of Its) at the beru uf the late John .. Hpoohamort). ',i mile from How land, at 110 to Insure n lUIng colt. If mare Is traded or pnrted with, the senson money lacomes due. l'ence.Jr., bay stallion, A) ears old, full Irt hnnds lilnh, (Ool style and nctlon.by Pence, heliy llleutl, he lie llclmont, he by Alexander's Al.lnllnti. Pence's 1st dam (y Almont Forrest, tnd dam I'y (larrard Chief, Snl dam In drey Kngle, (Hi dam l) I'onperbottont. l'ence.Jr 's In dam by Kd Uarlow- - SI7.V by 's t'astelar ion, he by V'oluntesT tA. Kd by n 1st dnm by Woburn, 2nd dam by Mambrlno Mamtrlnn horse, Snl dam Meswnger. Pence, Jr.'stnd dnm by dill's Vermont. l'ence.Jr "s colts nrenll showing upnlcel) multhey bear proof of him ns n breeder. Mnres gnmil nt 12 per month , not responsible for Occidents or escnxs should any occur. dKO.HPOONXMOUKA IlltO.. llowland. liar-low- "pence, jr. .i, at 815 to insure a living colt. Miin-o- n 2:08$, Gen. Ilrlglitlieart 2:10, Gen. Allelic 2:10J Mares sold or nre nil "otis ot Gnmhctta Wilkes 2:W. due. MarM will be kept nt 81 per week nt owner's risk, pnrted with forfeit insurance and season become cards nnd Oilier information ruldreM For stallion C. 8 C. P. CECIL, Danville. Ky. MY LINE OF TROUSERS! Is Now Complete Fur Tho l35K&igy A a Sttton. vv. Wi: s. ;" o p,ia. SMiuuuSUMMER Better than ever hnudled before for tho Price. line of AU) the FARM FOR SALE I Rev. Clarence H. Poague, who will The farm of UOncres, of good blue grass land. Ing one mile North of McKlnney.on the Htnnford pike. Improvements nnd fencing Rood; plenty of water nnd fruli. Also It) acres of timbered land one mile Vast of JlcKlnney;hnlf under fence; plenty of wnter nnd good tobacco land (egro-n- g crop. J. A.OIVKNrt, Agent. t a JltlVIIUiCj j. CUT FLOWERS FORJSALE! 1 w B enn furnish the public with the best, ns in tint freaheat nil ut Mowers, iilanta of all kinds, bulbs, potted Doners, on short notice. Also inuKo n specuutyoi wruaius Won't Slight A Good Friend. lor for funeral purpose. Jn connection with the nboe, I hne nil "If over I ned a cough medicine kinds of vegetables on linnd nt reasonable again I know what to get," declares Pf Ce,'0IIUIHTMAjrtmKKN IIOl'HKH. Mrs. A. L. Alley of Oeais, Me., "for, Kd HuiiiiakI), Pkoi:. Stanford, Ky. after uing ten bottles of Dr. King's Xew Discovery, and seeing its excellent results in my own family and oth Champion show stallion of Kentucky. ers, I am convinced it is the bestmedlTeuiole 11111 mock Farm. clno in ail a for Coughs, Cnlilu anil Innj; Mreof Benllur. 'tincrof grand championship. New York; Uuly Hid Ienf, wtniii r trouble " Every one who tries it feels walk-trclass. Chicago, nnd the grey geldIs felt at once ing that nun the Middle und harness cluster Just that way. Relief at the Kentucky etnte inn, aim more and Iu quick cure surprises you. For s show horses nnd Uronchltis, Asthma, Hemorrhage, teams than any stallion In Kentucky. ISHo insure n colt, nnd n good one, or Croup, LaGrippe, Soro Throat, pain HIM cash ut time of service. in chest or lungs it is supremo 60c und It K.CIOIUIAKI). Hnrrodsburg, Ky. 81. Trial bottle freo. Guaranteed by urell graduate from Transylvania University with tho A. M. decree on June 10, will locate at Junction City, where ho has accepted the pastorate of the Christian church. Sunday night will be Epworth League Day Exercises, conducted by Mrs. Kath leen Beazley. The exercises will be very instructive and entertaining. All the young people's societies are cordially invited. W. B. Barker, president. mot e t itj,f'S, Men's and Ladies Oxfords In any 8tloyou wMi. Call nnd let Vv 1 in chow you what wo have. RED LEAF SAM ROBINSON, Hired bv high-price- lilgh-clm- J, L. Beazley & Co., VWHinBts.slHT'r'sSMkSWMVkMc! n &uJmZml r sjW UndertaKcrs and Erubalrr. Also Dealers in Furera niture, Mattings.Rugr. They will exchauge Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give' Them a Call. Prices Right. Oromweim, by WHalilugton Iienmarktil. Ills sire was the chiimplou iliow horse I.t fliim itnliv I'ni., .lr,l hv l.ifu.li Ip. i'itm,und blailniii Ituby Pence wns thn for show mire for yeurs In Kentucky, den. Soil iliini Lady Pence by Almont r:i,ard dnm by darriird Chief class this colt us one of Kent lick) 'sbest Carroll Prtston, lieautlful dapple bay com- stallions. bined stallion l.vl full, fouled .May lt1, Will let hl'ii sere u few iippronil mares weighing jt's)xiuiids, full made from euil toend. lie U made without n fault niul l it ft) to Insure a Ut tng colt. one of the finest lte gulled snddk stutlloui Mares pasturi J at I' i er mouth but not Penny's Drug Store. lliav leutuck Iminur prikluciHl. lie has ri'.)Oiillilo tuould u ildt nt oi cur. no weak points und lsnble to goliiniivcom . O. WALK Kit, Htnnford, Ky. The deep anxiety for the welfare of puny. This colt Is worth coming mlle to the general public shown by the Aldrich gang in framing the tariff bill calls to mind the solicitude for the comforts of the poor manifested at a rich man's banquet. Everyone had fared sumptu ously, and all were happy. Finally some one mentioned that in their round ''vx b ' ii of pleaseure they had overlooked the poor. The oversight was immediately corrected by a philanthropic brother proposing "three cheers for the poor." Kor-rest CARKOLL PRESTON nt any time. Washington Preston 1. and subject to Inspection by M. by STANFORD.BKY. You Will Make No MistakeUinJ Buying see Is ;, The 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 liHXHkkkv HHBKsYi: 'HkkkHnKWkkkSkkH Pss)i'vLLLLW State Journal. PiSlfHHwSrftiysMlllHsBl'ii.'iiisiB STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. f C. r. McClary, Mm fflLfili sja If you want to feci well, look noil and bo well, take Foley's Kidney Remedy. It tones up tho kidneys and bladder, puHQes the blood and restores health and strength Pleasant to take und contains no harmful drugs why not commence Now Hlietlnnl pony.BS Inches tall, o lied by Hugh Foster, will mnko tlioiflasoiiut 1 10 to ny that cost II iisi In the Hhtland Islands Insure n ll lug colt. HoU by nn lmiMrtet Stanford Drug Co. nnd Is reganbsl by horsemen ns tho Wst pon) In Kentucky, defntlng ail comers In the ring In It'll. I.leu retnlm-Is ptld. Mures pirted with or colts Historic Potter College at Bowline showvltvwberu forfeits insurance ounll moneyuntil hrwl and Incomes due. Wilt make the inunii at my IOIIV It Kiwi Kit HI on fore Kv. Green has closed its session and the fnrm. school goes out of existence. The year has been a Drosnerous one for tho school, but Or. Cabbell felt impelled to sell the sito to tho normal school on account of his health. to-da- DOCK GRAY. W H. HIGCINS, Stanford, Kentucky. 1 Jtjrst 9ational ffiancj Stanford, Jty, Oryanixt, SS2. Capital Slock, SSO.OOO. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SEStyles up to tho minute. Prices beyond competition. Wo nUo state that our Spring Lino Is now complete. To savo money, como and see aud bo couvlnced. Our Spriug Llue of Shoes for Ladies, Misuse! and Children andV our lino of Gout's Shoes will certainly pleaso. Ilanan aud Walkover liuos aro hummers and are-- strictly reliable. Yours for an honest deal, CHAKI.B9 cS?H Pains of women, bead pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Sboop's Pink Pain Tablets. Bee full formula on 25a Uox. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. The Wisconsin Assembly has con- Jfai paid Surplus and Qndutdd SProAh, SSf. OOO. 7)luidands sineo Organization, S21I, 500. in Undertaker. Cmbalmer and Boater In Harness, Saddlery, .STANFORD, MM Pbon. IW. KY- fi. Jlome;i'bon Snvilc 7auf jfecounts on Our Jfforitt curred in the Senate bill fixing the penalty for kidnapping at life Imprisonment, and the bill now goes to the GovOFFICERS. DIRECTORS. ernor. P. Held, II. Daughman. I. S. Hooker, President;, Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure M D Ulmore, J. M. Pettus, S. T. Harris, Tabletswill safely and qulcklycheek H. C. llaughraan, . V Cummins, John . McHoberts, Cathier, all colds and the Grip. Try them once S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, II. C. Baugbman, Asit. Cath'r W. 0 O'Uannon and seel Sold by Pennys Drug . S. Ilocker, Store. W.V.Saunderi,Dookkeeper. C. E. Tate. c. WllErXEK.