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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 25, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909052501_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 25, 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. mmuamu b W i mmmmm memmmmfgmmfMitiWt' mm.yyjjpfrii 'nippum i vol. XXXVII. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. MAY 25. 1909. CHURCH NO. I 25. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. business T. F. Oiborn, a man of Lebanon, is dead. Green li. Price has been appointed postmaster at New Haven, Nelson county. Mrs. Lottlo IlnRRard and Mrs. Per mella Smith, aged women of Casey, died thero last week. Judgo George II. Pry or, ono of tho attorneys of oldest and well-know- n best-know- n MATTERS. NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. four-legge- d p Nlcholasvllle, la dead. Love & HI (To, Somerset merchants, have assigned. Mr. Kiffc Is a son of D. S. UIITc, of McKinney. The Madison and Garrard county Medical Societies will hold a joint meeting at Paint Lick on Juno 4. Tho franchise of tho Ilaitln Telephone Co., of Lancaster, was assessed fit $20,- 000 by tho Statu Hoard of Valuation. Richmond Pearson Hobson, of Merri mac and kissing fame, will be ono of the attractions at tho London fair this year, Representative Helm has been notified that Daniel R. Lee, of Danville, Ky , has successfully passed his examination for admission to the Naval Academy. Following tho sensational charges made in her uddresa at tho Methodist church at Harrodtburg concerning the unsanitary condition of Mercer county poor farm, and charging tho physician in charge of tho institution with being professionally incapable, in that ho permitted and allowed tho tilth and dirt there to become damnable. Dr. W. Horace Wltherspoon filed slut In tho Mercer Circuit Court aguimt Mrs. Carolino Hartlett Crane, of Kalamazoo, Mich., tho noted npostlo of civic righteous, for $1,K)S i damages. r Claude A. Ogdcn committed suicide in Louisville by blowing his brains out Ho was foreman of the Kentucky Heat IngCo. SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. I ENGI- am rrcpnrfl toilonll Umlaut nreylim Hill rnclmtrln promptly. My work will li"Kiiiriinlr-- l nml inv price nrn S'rl( m nl MoKlniK-- or mil nit' mrr lh trlt'plioni) through th ltuatoiullln mill Kirhnnio. WAI.TKIl JlcKINNIIY. MASONS MEET. Uncoln Unt" No. so K. A A. M. will nm't In ilntnl roiiitiiuiilcntlnn nil inch tint nml iiiiuith.nt T;: tUlnl Monday nliililaoti-ncl- i oYlook In their hall on nmlii .irwrt, llrr Icnlncimre T. W. InUlwItolwprrMint. . Harry Jacobs, HvbIit In nml Mnnufncturcr of Marblo nnd Crnnlto Monuments, Mnrkrrn una liti, (Viuctery nml Ijin Otllco nml Vn.r.mut rwtiw.1 Ky work.. Red Squirrel. Will W HoiiK-rtv- nil linr.c. nml n nnturnl .nihil lmaplviit tt)linmlnctlon,tlml hy Oln-t- rr tMiulrrvl. In- - h) ('bi.lrr l)ur. No. hi, N. hy lllnek M. II. It. h: h) lllnrkHiiiilrrfl&.lii. i:nlo7l. Iiu hy Kingm,Wllllnui ?. . Ii hy iiw 117 uniin-AVABultlUton iH'iiiniir. lat ilnm hy HUck hloncwnll Jnoi.on. ha hv Wn.hlnztnn Dvnmurk. nml li hy Imparled HrUarlonl. Xnrtilitm Muinbrlnu (llilt-t-. A llfiirrtnlmil 011 Bllcolta until tlivacuMiii nml uillri (rum Htnniiml.on tlu'Htnnfiinl rolt t IIMnit ilitf,nl lioto limin-.rirrl.l vfnr. titil. lit hnllill hlilll ll.u. r.l lli linrm-n iimV th oiiof lnv nt our atitlitf. inomy la '", pnhl. Van' tnkeu to prvwnl not ri'iiMiii.lhlK .Luulil nnr occur. moneytluu when mnrela IniiKil or 1 IV !l W.M.KIKI.DHHO. Dinwiddie r The National Convenl The chicken of Mrs. Arch Tho Henry county jail at New Castlo tion of tho Methodist Church is In ses- is without a prisoner. B. McKinney died. It will bo preservsion at Tcrro Hauto, Ind. An Ideal Walking Gcorga Tucker, an aged and promi- ed In alcohol. The General Assembly of tho South- nent citizen of Taylor county, ia dead. Don't fall to see the great baso ball Oxford ern Presbyterian Church, in session at Mra. Lowis McQuown, who died in game Friday afternoon between tho old Savannah, Ga., will consider tho com- Louisville last week, was buried at players and the present stars. plaint of Cot. Uennett II. Young and Glasgow. v. e 'M Mrs. H. F. Waller and Mrs. Dowd others over tho withdrawal of Central A heavy northeast storm at Atlantic McCarley and son, William, of Okalo University of Kentucky from tho con City, N. J , caused tho highest tido for no, Miss., aro visiting relatives here. trol of the church. L. A. Fnrrls, local manager of tho several years. H5 The General Assembly of tho South William Christ io Hcrron, a noted Northcott Produco Co., bought SaturVERY SWELL ".w ern Presbyterian Church prepared an world peaco advocate, died at his homo day 1,188 dozen eggs besides turkejs uppcal to President Taft, asking him to In Cincinnati. and chickens galore. Fuct r.tpmju'.'.o'i r! i!, a,, I. mako representations to tho Belgian An elegant spread of refreshments Tho assets of A. Dooth & Company will insure a fair trial were sold at public auction in Chicago will bo served Frldry evening, 28th, In Government that to tho two missionaries who nre to bo for $1,000,000. tho rooms of tho Newton Hotel by tho tried In Congo Frco Stnto on thechargo Mra. Sophia Dean, a nleco of Gen ladies of the C. W. B. M. Call on them of libel. Robert E. Lee, is dead at Hagdad, and be happy. Dr. William E. Hoggs, of Athens, Smith county, Tenn. Tho program for tho musical at the Ga , former chancellor of tho Universi Hurglars broke Into tho, at opera houso Friday night will include ty of Georgia, was elected moderator Bells, Tex., dynamited the safe nnd es vocal and instrumental selections renof tho Southern Presbyterian Assem- caped with nbout $1,000. dered by our best local talent. Reservbly at Savannah. Dr. James M. Dark-leWilliam Foley, aged 8?. years, ono of ed seats on Bale at Riffe'a store. of Detroit, was named moderator tho pioneer residents of Woodford coun W. S. VanArsdall and wife, of Boyle of the Northern Assembly at Denver. ty, died after a brief illness. o county, are with relatives hero. Tho Rov. J. T. Uarbee, of Dawson Dunn has gono to Louisvillo to be William G. Downing, a Springs, Ky., was elected moderator of farmer and live stock trader of Fayette treated by an oculist. A. J. Adams and the Cumberland Presbyterian Assembly county, died suddenly of paralysis. Joe Newell were elected deacons of the at llentcnvllle, Ark. Tho United Dry Goods Company, of Presbyterian church Sunday. In an impassioned address, Rev. J. L. New York, with a capital of $51,000, Sunday morning Lair's bloodhounds Hudgins, of Union City, Tcnn , launch- 000, was Incorporated wero called to the home of Col. Hall at Dover, Del. ed a campaign which resulted in tho had been Tho annual encampment of tho de- Anderson, whose smoko-housraising of a legal fund of $10,000 at the partment of Tennessee, Grand Army of robbed Saturday night. They trailed a session of the general assembly of the tho Republic, is being held at Harri-ma- considerable distance to tho home of Cumberland Presbyterian church at Joe Adams, colored, but no arrests Ilentonville, Ark. In tho midst of tho Shelby Partridge, aged 18, was killed were made. recording pledges a telegram was read by A veritable cloudburst broke over the the accidental discharge of a shot announcing that tho Federal courts had gun while charlvaring a newly married vicinity of McKinney Thursday after refused to assume jurisdiction in the couple. noon. The branch from K L. Tanner s controversy now on in tho Savannah White Face Inn, ono of tho best- - spring to the river was 13 to 20 inches and Greenfield, Tenn., presbyteries, known hotels in tho Adirondack ro- - higher than ever known. Tho branch and for several minutes tho assembly gion, was burned, Tho loss is estimat down Willow Valley, Mr. A. B. Mc was given over to cheering. Kinney says, was higher than it has cd at $150,000. James Sharp, who calls himself been in 40 years. MIDDLEDURG. The spirit of Mrs. June II. Reid pass"Adam God," is on trial nt Kansas Jack Wells has moved to Liberty. City for tho killing of Patrolman ed into the eternal realms of rest on Sunday morning at t o'clock at the The gasoline fixtures have been plac- Michael Mullme. ed in tho liaptist church. Mrs. Louis Cartsen cut tho throats of home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Granville Lutes passed through town her three children and then her own at B. Morse, after long and patient sufwith a small bunch of cattlo ho bought tho family homo near Easthampton, fering. The remains were bid to rest yesterday in Hustonville cemetery after near Liberty. Conn. Two of the children aro dead. Mrs. Laura Loo, A. E. Wesley and Uiglock, Tenn.. Constable Ver-n- services at the Christian church by Rev. At Miss Ressio Lee hnvu been employed to Lee shot and killed three Negroes W. S. Willis in tho presence of a largo teach tho Middleburg Graded School whom hu was attempting to arrest. concourse of sorrowing friends, bhe Several liaptist coplu from hero will Tbs Negroes attacked him and he shot leaves n husband and two children to mourn tho loss of a loving wife and attend the liaptist Sunday union nt In Many beautiful floral designs Pleasant Point, Lincoln county, May 30. Residents of Catoosa county, Ga., mother. J Q. Rowland, McD. Fogle declaring that the government rifle covered her grave. Tho commencement exercises of the and Clay Estcs gave a moonlight icu rango there is a menace to life and cream supper at Uirdwood Park Satur- limb, aro preparing a petition for in- High School were rendered before a large audience at Alcorn's Opera House day evening. junction to prevent target practice. Virgil Wilhito, n colored youth, uf newspaper is au- Friday evening. Tho graduates were A Constantinople Yosumlte, has been arrested on the thority for the statement that Abdul Misses Fanny and Mary North, Edna charge of shooting a maro belonging to II amid, the deposed sultan, has trans- Gillock and Master Francis Weather- J. W. Hoguo. ferred bank deposits amounting to ford. The graduating address was dedean Tho Middleburg Cornet Hand has something over $5,000,000 to the gov- livered by Prof. Throckmorton, of the Law Department of Central been employed to play ior the old sol ernment. diers on May 30th ut Willow Springs, Handsomo silver candelabra wero University, who spoke entertainingly four miles south of Yosemito. presented to tho ollicers of the battle- on educational advantages and facilities Rov. W. R. Hunt is at Nicholasvillu ship Mississippi by the Daughters of in general and also pointed out a few Presiholding a protracted meeting. Miss tho American Revolution at Natchez. of tho deficiencies in Kentucky. Delia Godby, of Hustonville, apent last A reception and danco were given Fri- dent Wheeler, of the board of trustees, delivered tho diplomas with appropriate week with her sister, Mrs. C. C.Jones. day night. W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT Mrs. Helen Carter, tho Yoiomite milliThe Tennessee Supremo Court took remarks and gave the patrons of the J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER ner, is quite sick. appeal of tho school some timely advice. Some very J. B. PAXTON. under submission tho J W. ROCHESTER, TELLER. eight convicted night riders, who aro ontortHining instrumental music was , H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Lived 152 Years. under sentence of death, and announced rendered by Misses Mello Hopper, ried Wm. Parr llogland's oldest DIREOTORSl down Knthryn Warriner nnd Ama Barker. that a decision would bo handed The old piano, which had been made a tho third tiuio at l'.'O, yorked within two weeks. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stnuford in the Holds till lX! and licd '.'0 cnrs While President Taft was speaking repository for the presents, was over John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ban- longer. I'eoplo should bo youthful at at Charlotte, N. C, a sudden storm loaded with valuable gifts and beauti' kin, Lancaster; J. H. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, bO. James Wright, of Spnrloog, Ky., caused n panic in tho crowd and a rush ful flowers for the graduates. Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubblo, Lancaster; W. shows how to remain young. "I feel was made for tho stand. Some sharp K. Cummins, Prcachersville; Lilburu Kills To Stop The Fiend. jiutllko a boy," ho writes work was necessary to prevent the Gooch, GilbcrU Creek. Tho worst foo fur 12 years of John "alter tuklng six bottles of Kleotrlc president being crushed and to quiet Mich., was a run Deo, of Gladwin, Hitters, For 30 years Kidney troublo tho throng. He palu doctors over made Hfo a burden, but tho first bottlo S. Walton Forgy, attorney in Ken- nlng ulcer Then Duck of this wonderful mcdlulno convinced tucky for tho Planters' Protective As- JIOO.OO without benefit. mo I had found tho greatest euro on sociation of Kentucky, Tcnnesseo and lea's Arnica Salvo killed tho ulcer and Bolls, earth." Thoy'ro a god6cud to weak, Virginia, has filed suit for that organ- cured him. Cures Fever-Soresickly run down or old people. Try ization of tobacco growers at Elkton, Folons, Eczema, Salt Rheum. Infal them. COo ut Penny's Drug Store against Robert Lester, a prominent liblo for Piles, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sunday-schoo- E.Biih!4 MVfVK) yf. post-ofilc- o OXFORDS Green, White, Tan, Gx Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for y, Eu-gen- well-know- n o n. Men, women and Children. & er Cummins Wearen, Mi-sir- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank 0T Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus, Resources, 38,000.00 340,000.00 man-mar- s, & up-to-d- ate Co., Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an ;t of goods. DIGNITY DARE1982. Mahogony luiy. 1M, hnmU lilali, weight .VU pound., perloetly .oil ml. Trotted In is nuU rucka mat. llaa lli UUtlnct gulta, lllue airing horao from colt to prvariit ilnte. t hy hta Nuvor defenti'd In inodtd ring rime tunvolu. Dofeutod w luKit In tncKlel break kin at Harrodaburu. Ooltt vry (Irt-a- t J to breeder nuil unuaunlly Intolllgenl. for I1I11I1 action colta. final uniform breed. HU colt flrat In a tr, uvrer got(ortorrl colt.Hnrrodiburu, lUM. IIS6 nt atnk rlDtf Hucltltng colt llrat In harui'a. ring ut Htnto Ut yenra Knlr. Il". 06 of lila colta old fornverame price f toil. Iiiipurta high atiouldera, long, Inperlnc uecka mid good henilito all. Hcu.onof IwM In llu.tonMllu nt tolnurttIIicolt orS6 tho axaaon.'. Money (or ai'a.on due nl tllim of flr.t ll known to Dignity Dare la too innke (urlticr niuntlon of him iivccaanry. Dura n urdufiattMl In herd Dignity "irkiifurnUhodntM-month. Onr taken to pru cut occldouta and eacapva but not ruponalblu abould any occur. pr Mnrea uiocd, traded, purted with trd to another horae makes aurvloe money dde, l'hone In realdemw. Horreaiiondencij, D.B.CAKl'KNTKH.lluitonvllle. wii-vp11 acr-vlc- ! alleged to have been sustuined as a reTho presidential nomination of Wal sult of Lester, who has been n member, ter E. Clark to be Governor of Alaska selling his pledged tobacco crop of nearly 50,000 pounds outside tho association. was confirmed by tho Senate, imported automobiles under tho new Roy. I. W. Williamson's Letter. tariir law must pay equal to one-haKev. I. W. Willlunison, Huntingtheir value, if tho action of tho Senate ton, W. Va , writes; "This Is to cer stands. According to John Thompson, com- tify that I used Foley's Kidney ltem- missioner of agriculture of Tennessee, cdy fur nervous exhaustion aud kidney and a strong administration man, Gov. troublo nnd am five to say that it will Patterson will bo a candidate for re do all thut you claim for it." Foley's Kidney Remedy has restored lioaltL election. aud strength to thousands of weak, run down people.. Contains no harmSmashes All Heoords. As an laxutlvu tonlo and ful drugs und Is ploasant to take. health-buildno other pills can com- New Stanford Drug Co. pare with Dr. King's New Llfo Pills. In tho retirement of Col. W. P. WalThey tone and rt'Kiilato stomach, liver ton, editor of the State Journal from und kidneys, purify tho blood, strengtho newspaper field, Kentucky Journalthen tho nerves; euro Constipation ism has lost ono of Ita ablest writers Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Juuudico, and Democracy ono of Its most ardent Headache, Chills and !alarla. Try und strongest advocates. Hut knowing them. 2oa at Penny's Drug Store. Bro. Walton as wo do, we do not believe it will be very long until he will Man is tho martyr of his deeds, again be in the harness fighting for the Tho gods abuse their powers; Ho spades the garden, fights the weeds, principles which ho behoves to be right. Mt. Vernon Signal. And woman picks the flowers. lf d POLITICAL. farmer of Guthrie, for $2,500 damages, Corns. 25o at Penny's Drug Store Wifey (during storm) Gracious! That was an nwful clap of thunder; it frightened me terribly. Hubby Nonsense, my dear. Thunder can't hurt you. Wifey Indeed! Didn't you ever hear of people being thunderstruck? Use Arnold's Buggies JFirst Tfattonal Sftanr, Stanford, Jfcy, Orfamzttt. SSZ Capital Sioo. Surplus ana"2na'iidi Profit. SSO.OOO. Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimu late tho Ilcatt or Kldnoys. That Is wrong. It Is the weak nerves that aro crying out for help. Vitalize those weak lnsido controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Itestoratlvo, and seo how quickly good health will corno to you again. Test it and sco! Sold by Penny's Drugstore. M There is nothing better. We paint Old Vehicles and make them look like new. Get our prices. We solicit your trade. R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. aw. Robert Moore, a Negro, arrested on a charge of horse stealing, Btartled Abingdon, Va., with tho confession that ho murdered the young nephewof Mayor Hines, of that town. Tho youth had been missing a month whenlhis partly decomposed body was found. m S9,000. pt The cleverest Imitation of real CofTaking the average for tho world, there Is one newspaperman for 82,000 fee ever yet made U Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It Is fino In flavor inhabitants. . and la mndo In lust one minute. No Mrs. Patsy Jackson died at Madison. tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling, Made Ind.. on the lOOdth anniversary of her from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store birth. . A tickling or dry cough can te Jffas quickly loosenod with Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's DrugStoro. Mrs. Dave Cozine, wife of smith at Frankfort, becoming life, ended her existence by tion. Mra. Cozine kept a ttouae. paid in Etui'dands st'noa Organlxaiion, OFFICERS. t, S2f, 500, on Our Snvita 9?u jfecount 7?rit DIRECTORS. . S. Docker, President;, a blacktired of asphyxiaboarding , II. tiaujbman, F. Keid, M. D. Hlmore, J. M. Peltui, S. T. Harris, H. C, Daughraan, . F, Cummins, John , McRoberts, Cashier; S, T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, U. C. Baughraan, Asst, Ca.h'r W. D. O'Uannon J. S. Hocker, C. E, Tate. W.W.Saunders. Bookkeeper. mtiffiff Kiy-- - wiy i4 r m ipWM ri"'wi'wprriww11 twfi'qwwyiw ' iy The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON In his appointment of a permanent Senator Headquarters cr Committee, Thomas A. Combs has shown his usual They arc N. Powell Taydiscernment. lor, of Henderson, Jero A. Sullivan, of a, Richmond, William Addams, of H. M. Cox, of West Liberty, and Woodson May, of Somerset. Head quarters will bo at Lexington and tho commlttco will meet at onco to organize and perfect a line of action. The Senator's announcement that ho will not be a candidate for governor or any other Stato office, and that tho not cngago in promoting anylman's candidacy, arc reassuring. They will labor for the good of tho party alone, without axes to grind or slates to make. Wo arc glad that tho headquarters will bo In a democratic city. Louisville's behavior has nearly put her beyond tho pale of democratic recuperCyn-thlanill ation. likeness of Jefferson Davis tho silver service presented by the people of Mississippi to the battleship named for her, has thrown some of tho G. A. It. camps into conniptions, but it is foolish and reprehensible. Mr. Davis was J Mississippi's greatest statesman and if the people who knew him best want to honor him in this way, it is their business alone. If Mr. Roosevelt could order Mr. Davis' name, recorded on tho bridgo at Washington, built while he was secretary of; war under '. Pierce, which bad been chiseled off by order of another president, surely the great men of the G. A. R. might restrain their silly indignation. It isjboth puerile and Idiotic. some consolation drawn from history in the fact that in revising The TiiEREis the tariff upward, instead of downward as promised in their platform, the republicans are digging their own graves. Following the passage of the McKinley tariff they were beaten in the Congressional elections worse than ever beforein their history, and two years later the country elected a democratic president, a number of repub-li:a- n States giving him their electoral votes. The complete disregard of platforms and the total ignoring of the masses in order to swell the plethoric pocket-book- s of the classes may make hittory repeat itself and cause good to come out of evil. stopped In X i Innt.s A cardinal principle of the demo tire srun uii hoop' Crnnp Remedf, Una cratic party is a tariff for revenue only, ! UfJkaVB " mreijr prats. with no moro money or taxes wrung No vomiting, no til Is necessary for tres. A safe and plslnjtnp tflc Druggists. from tho people than an economical administration Jof the I FOR rep-- 1 government. Tho party's to have ivhone notter toiler nml rnilno itnd saw rescntatives in Conircss seem -- ,,.,,ltf Icr. mill for title. Will sell either or both. ui. AUIKUIIVII Will Jllil.ipiU Ul (utjivgvy Oil as. K.iftt.t:(Ottenhelni, Ky. noro It. Senator Bailey and 1G other Teutonic, WnynestiiirR, Ky. voted Senators elected as democrats, for a tariff on iron, while Senator Daniel, of Virginia, lead the fight for a high duty on quebracho, a chestnut Now Llverv bark extract for tanning, land in a Dopot Stroet, speech declared that he wanted to "pro Phono 96, tcct American Industries." These sup posed representatives of the democratSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. ic party would do well to read tho democratic platform If their memories of former platforms of tho party havo failed them. I will stand my fine inula jnck IV) ton. nt iny rnrni ni .Moretanci, Ky.,m piomsiirt) Daylight Association Is ii mini! con The National n stnntlnril-lirrregistered Alio trying to get President Tnft to take Wilkeswill standnml threw tine oimg jncki stallion tew will lt tho initiative In a time reform move- to my JHTinlttttl to wiif where lirnn--l fret they until ri'tiulnr customers ment, tho object of which is to begin inree marcs or more. 11.11. KINO. the day two hours earlier in tho summer timo and to givo longer hours for afternoon and evening recreation. Tho Every person in this city who isuf proposition is to turn the clock back two erjng from Eczema, Pimples, Dand hours May 1 to remain in effect until mg of any orm of jkjn or $cap di$ Oct. 4, when the hands shall bo return- find relief and be permanent ed to tho present (standard time, lno j curc(j b Zcmo, a clean liquid foi proposition occurs iu ua w u cxtcfna u$c All durEElSt S IClI fcJVU. one. it mosc wno navu mu uuiu mi PENNY'S DRUG STORE. afternoon and evening recreation want to enjoy it, they can do so without up-- , setting tho country's time adjustment. Ixxlv lllnck lack, with white Senator Aldrich says the country mid bone. Has prtnen point, heavyNo. 1 n hi in jo is losing ten millions a day by the delay breeder. He Ii tv lllnck Mntln. tut ilnm Wil IliiniOotton'a premium Jhck of Mail.nn;hls in passing his tariff bill and for that dura ly John Morgan, out ol n Jennet by Joe on it Juno lllncKMirn.lor Will stand nt nit placttat nigh- reason he will force a vote nona muie nnti ft lor mart tana ni 1.1 20. If he really believes his assertion mule, l.h'ii retained on colt to secure money. he oughtn't to wait a month, but get TOM D.WILLIAMS, busy with the vote now. The big SenHighland, Ky. ator from the little State is much more concerned about disturbing the trusts than running the country to costs and My stallion. Chester Jewel, black lit he is seeing that they are well taken bands high, will mine the season of use nt my stntile four mile West of I'rali Orchard care of. I KIIIIbT JH CHESTER S. This son of Chester Darn will nike the resent season flustnnvllle nt at D.H. Carpenter'Ingstable in 10 to Insure a lit colt. DmCHirTioN Ann rdiinHicr.. ll is a black with star In forehead, hands high, with nil the stylo and nnlsh chnracterlsilo ofthet'hester Darn family, n good acting horso nml n proven breeder. Hee him berore booking your mnre If you are looking for a breeder nt living price. Hired by Che. roodDare, ilnm by Telegraph. 1ml dam by Hippy.1')' Mambrlno Chief. JNO. (I.LYNN, 111 SALE .! it 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 lt B. D. CARTER, lluiloinllle, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD C0UN TY FOR SALE I A line blue grass fnrni tor sate situated mi new nlke near I'olnt !enell and sit mile south of ljtncatrr, containing '.ti ncres, well located In good neighborhood, being part of the John Walker tract, with n handsome new, two-stor- ) seten.room residence I hereon, PEYTON. d with all neeessary outbuildings and Hr. Well watered, six never falling spring and creek running through. Tit u ms ' cash In hand, balance ono and two years from day of sale, bearing six per cent Interest until uild, lVrsons looking for such place please write or see W.O. W M.KKK.Hlanford. good, new Isiru Insures Tobacco and Tobacco TheTruth larns. Nothing But Insurance. Walk - Over' in Tan, both Button and Lace, at $3.50 atr and $4; in Patents at $4 and $5; in the "Manss" Shoe we have both Tan . Jesse D. Wearen, Ml. The Insurance Man, Phone St; Omre, ..... STANFORD. KY. Hesldence Insuro ivith mo nml be fully protected. CURLEY. Safeguard the Future The safest, surest and most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy In ! 1 The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life sen-no- li CHESTER JEWEL. It Is conspicuous for economical manage, mcnt.llhernlltr of Its ooilcy contract., fair dealing with Its metntiersand large returns iniioiicy noiuers. The company Is Just entering the of n successful business career with more poller holders In Lincoln rountv than all other comnnle combined. Write for SIXTY FOURTH YEAR II. H. Rogers, the Standard Oil magnate, after toiling and planning, leaves fifty millions for his heira to fight over L. j u . ...w ur Blljuy. aii 1113 :io :la nuav .,nr. ttia Ill pauper is entitled to, six feet of earth. "There are no pockets in a shroud." crset Times, is a candidate for the po sition of secretary of the Democratic STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. headquarters committee, with head fine black saddle stallion was hope he byThis great saddle breeding stallion. sired Quarters at Lexington. We the Old Htonennll. This colt's ilnm wnsn leniiiark will get it. mnre. He Is n nice colt, lie baa colts to MATRIMONIAL. Editor Cecil Williams, of the Son nt mouth of Uednr Creek, nt IIS to Insure n living colt. Hlretl by Chester Dare, 1st ilnm by Heeond Jewel. Thlamnre Isthednin of n innrw that sold for nddnm ty Holmes' Drennon. srddnin Anna lluford.by Atontli, tth asm leuls, by Boston, Mndnm by Kpsllon nth ilnm by Old Denmark. 7th ilam by L'olyer. Money duo when colt Is fonled or mnre tmded or parted. Mure grazed nt IS Jt) per month, nil hills paid before reiinnnl of mares; not responsible for nccldents or escapes. JOHN W. IIOLMKX, Crnb Orchard, Ky particulars, stating age and whether inar-rli- d or single to 11. Jl. .uni4AHli Hpecial Agl. Myers House Flats, Htnnford. James I, White, Hollcltor for Itockcaitle Co. At McKinney, Ky., You can find our Hlnudant Itemedy, the blood nml liter freatest of llheumatlstn. medicine yrt known, Halt llbetim. Kidney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal. It Is mnmi- lactureu unuerme pure iimmi nci ni June isi, ii'.j.iiiiuKiiniiiuiiT'.i u ,11. iiiniiuinviuri'r II theltemedr Is taken according Indirections by the use and if he or she Is not Ixnelltt-of the Itemedy we will refund jour money We can do nothing more. Kncli package contains H doses with n registered guaraii. teennd mailing caril with full Instructions. Wo send it to any uddress by mall on re ceipt of I per package or six packages for IX lietieroruer n twi If taken In time you might sate a big doctor's bill. Ileinemher If you take the Itemidv accord Ing to Instruction, and are not tieiiented. you gei jour iionnr duck, lou will noi find the remedy In drug stores tor sale. It is sold only or our duly nutnorlieti agents, KhlMIKN WILLIAM. Agent. and Patent Leather at $3.50. Ladies Low Shoes, straps and pumps, we furnish in the "Ladies Walk-Oveaf $3.50;J"Ultras" at $3; "Brockport" at $2.50 in Tan and Patent and a beautiful black Swede at $3.50. These are the choice lasts out for the season. See them and you will like them. r" i A H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. vtun it complete equipment lor lesiing win shooting, James etri,al.on thorough knowledge and practical exnerlenceiimidtiate from two .chools. Bruce was married to Miss Edna H needy son of the Wilkes family. Konled Tho South Item! College of Optics and at Cadiz. The ceremony took May , luori.Ued lloml, llrndlcy roltecnlolnstltute,of 1'rorln, III., Siitrx. lied Wilkes, Illimlfiirlnil llfuirt Ititant. iff vnll iir. place in the parlor of the jailer's home. George Wilkes, Itywllck's llambli'tolllan. Old ferlng from eyestrain, headache, or If anff. vou livDamh. Helen Kelly Gould was granted an ing sire of iimbettn w likes (the grvati-s- t Clay are nervous. Irritable, those are the Indicatrotters). iiu dam ('. K. tions of some derangement of the refracabsolute divorce in New York from (old for moro money than any horse eer tive system, which uiayolten deelnp Into brought to llo le county). Srd dam St. disntse of thee and Frank J. Gould. Mrs. Gould is granted (St. Klmoro produced Idol and two chronlo or Incurable prevented by properly can In most cases lie better than .:Ji. Mie. Is In the old uttiHi giasse. custody of their children for one por- others mare list snouiii oe laKeu in sebrood TllC governor of Kansas has decided lecting your glastes. Mr. Gould Is to This cult Is handsome, dark bay, 15.3 very many cnse,prote Mlitlttid lenses. In year, tube Injurious and that he will appoint no liquor drinkers tion of eachcustody and the remaining bnnds;oi great ii sulntance and stle Can sometimes fatal. Therefore) oil should con for have their show a forty clip, without nny track hand suit a practical optician. Watchmaking t3 office and the Cincinnati Southern ling. Is level headed, ea.lly handled, should .My watchmaking departtransmit gretit form, stjle and speitl to his Deimrtmeiit. R tilroad Company has just issued an portion complete Can colts, which should sell readily nt fancy ment Is stalling In eery respect. kinds do l voting, leuclingnnd all of order that anyof its employes seen in prices. Will make the season of ltn'nt my watch rehiring In the ino.t skilled and A Card fur m mlduay between Damllln aril careful manner. Watch rngrns; sot saloons, evenlwhen off duty, will be ::;. "hort p!'. h (IStulu-uix- u II This is to certify that all druggists "botching " colt. Will Ihi handled for speed ofttr watch "tlnkerlng"or di (charged. It is fast coming to pass aro authorized to refund your money season. that thebooze drinkers will be tabooed If Foley's Honey and Tar falls to euro A. O. T. SMITH. It. K. D. No. S, Ilox Jl, ortMMiHii, K. I'honu lis A, I'niitlllf. everywhere. No business man wants your cough or cold stops tho cough, It him and no company will tolerate him. heals the lungs and prevents pneuThis condition is doing as much or more monia and consumption. Contains no HZ. to produce temperance as the combined opiates. The genuine Is in a yellow Will make the season of 1U09 at my stable efforts of the prohibitionists. at Cedar Creek, at f to Insure nlllng colt, MAHONY package. New Stanford Drug Co. Hlher King, Jr., Is it dark bay tilth it lieuvy inane and tull, full 1J, hands high. The strike in the department of te To- -' He wns sired by HlUer Klng.be by On Time, Maud Muller, on a summer's day, sonof Htonett nil Jackson. legraphers and posts in France has Put up a bluff nt raking hay. 1st dam livhitt' Htonewnll Jack.on, Jr., about petered out. The government son of Hublile'sOld blonesiall Jackson, 2d But on the high road kept an eye dam byOabtieirs Lexington, nudauin eel was able to more than'fill the places of ehrati d saddle horse of Wnyno count v. 4th In case a Judge came riding by. dam by Miller's Oopperbotlom, of Wayne the strikers by drafting men from the county. And, sure enough, a Judge did pass army who were telegraphers and putHllter King's lnm was Mollln Mounoe by Cabbell's Lexington, son of lllood's Illack miles an hour, alas; ting the automobile'crop to supply any At forty Hawk. 'Jd dam by Young America sou of It gives to romance quite a jar Taylor's Mesienger. break in the railway mail service. The Will also stand the good Jack, touring car. The modern honk-honpublic was not largely inconvenienced Philadelphia Bulletin. and the Chamber of Deputies will pass At IS to Insure n living colt, Nlggfr Is a 4 a law prohibiting government emold and If you desire a clearcomplexlonlaice blacKjacK I5J., hands, Is yearslac K Cloud Is it good Individual. He uy II and ployees from joining labor unions. lie by Tom Keene. Foley's Orino Laxative for constipaK. W. WHITK.OednrOrecK, on Htnnford The U. S. Court of Appeals, at Rich- tion and liver troublo as it will stimu- mill Crab Orchurd plKe. mond, Va., has decision in the case of late these organs and tborougly cleanse your system, which Is what Mayor McCue, hanged at Charlottesville, for (he murder of his wife, that everyone needs in the Spring in order Ileg. No. 3AUO, A. H. II. It. the insurance company in which he held to feel well. New Stanford Drug Co. Ileautlful bay saddle stallion, li.1 hands. policy for $20,000 must pay up. This ioaieu juue, iwu, ins sire was me greatest a Not a wheel turned on the Georgia show horse In Kentucky. Helms Imlauce. seems to be a rightful decision. A man Railroad, the road being paralyzed by high action and the speed Indicated by these blood line. He has the long, thin neck, who is hanged is no more responsible the firemen's strike. The manage- strong, short back, delicate head, well set, except in breaking the law, than ment announced that it had the trains heavy tall. Hut bone, clesn hock and good Black jack, w!lh while poind, 16 .2 hands, for it, foot and eyes so characteristic of the get of with heavy bone and plenty ol body, if he died a natural death and the men and would givo service the Denmark. Wefeelthut Preston King's PEOICREE.-Si- rcd by Ta.k(ogW. peed, action and Individuality must add to the wu dam by J. K. Oaughmaa, St.. he A LAW has just gone into effect in whenever the State furnished protec- usk merit of nour Kentucky horses andrichfor Dim libera! patronage. Tills ly bred young horse has nil the qualities of by Old Slonewall; 2nd dam on jennrtt's tide by California that an eating house which tion. Imported Prince; she out ol a jennett by Old it great sire; bonu and stylo. His dispenses coldstorago eggs must make colls, J 10; JcnnctU, $13; Howard University, situated on the lectedblood lines come to hliu through sestock, rrestonftt, bis sire, was the Jim Porter. Mule the fact known in letters to be seen outskirts of Washington, and which is greatest show horse of his day, winning at $20. across the room, under heavy penalty. devoted to the higher education of the all the fairs and horse shows, taking the blue string at Ht. winning l,uti. You Good. Cold storage egga bear the same colored race, has as its commencement see thut l'rstoii King can not help but lie n great saddle hortcslru. Ill, dnni, Nelly &n relation to the fresh article that excel speaker this year, President Taft. The was by VnnMeter's King T.t, tracing to Bay saddle stallion, 16 hands, good style and Htonewall Jni'kson.und on his sire's slue to action. sior does to shreded wheat biscuit, or excercises will be held Wednesday. Washington Denmark ill. by Old On Time. Id PED1CREE.-Si- ied 1'gliliniEK-Hlr- ed more so. by rrestoultti.by Washington SI, by Crouitt ell Til, by Washington dam Lady Morgan by Slonewall Jackson; 3rd Henry II. Rogers gave away $16,000,-00- 0 Denmark, SI, 1st dam by VuuMeter'ii King Has dam by Matchless; 4th dam bjr Trantby. A car load of No. 2 red wheat Bold in bonds, securities and cash five T.W.by Hllter King, by On Tliuo, by Htone- proven walking girat breeder o( H., Hubble' grent show at Cincinnati Friday at $1.53 a bushel, weeks before his sudden doath in Now wall Jackson, K. Jlp, by the famous Cabell's horses. a Wilt stand at $8. horse, tnil dam tho highest price since 1S90, when it York Wednesday. The sum was divid Islington by (list's Illack Hawk, K H sire. Also a splendid mule jack al $7. I Him, llellu by Ithodcrtck lui, by Mambrlno sold at $2.15 a bushel. Unfortunately ed equally among his four children, The above seasons are due when colt is (oal. w, Washington fti.dnm Alice 61. by Harp's Hiilcote lul, VuuMeter King 7UV, ed. mare or jennett traded or parted with. most of our farmers sold at less than a each receiving $1,000,000. ilinu Maud V in by (Jrunger K H. Males arid jennctts glazed al $2.50 per T'KUMrt Marc will Im kept (it 13 .Ml per dollar. It is tho gamblers and the spec all month. Pctsonal attention given month nt owner risk. Tliev will Franklin county, Ind., went "wet" the most careful ulU niton. Mures riit'lte Iinprrgnatoi used when necessary. al Caie tunes. ulators who aro reaptng tho harvest taken sold or by 531. Tho "drys" carried eight out parted Willi firfclts lusuruiico nml the fee lo prevent accidents, but not responsible should now. oecomes nue. of 13 townships but could not overcome Will make tho season of IMW ut our place any occur. Above mentioned stock owned and stood by The Florida (louse voted a $5,000 ap- tho "wet" majorities of the larger at in to Insure it living colt. Also will stand one good black Jack, four propriation for a silver service for the towns. R. C. PETTUS, Stanford R. F. D. No. 4. years old, ut flu to insure it living colt. battleship Florida, now under Phillips Tebbs, aged 55, dropped dead W, ll.AO. U IIUDUKHAH, Itowland, Ky 6 miles Gab Orchard & Lancaster pike. of heart disease at Cynthiana. Phone Lancaster 78-l'bona II IK. ThisJCongress also erected 10,120 offices with an increase of salaries of $5,672,009. In these days of extravagance this seems to have come to be a government of the o ficeho!ders"by the officeholders for the officeholders. TvVENTY-FlV- E years ago, that is in J. D. Quisenbcrry and Miss Ida Stone, 1884, it cost each man, woman and child popular young people of Danville, were BILLY IRECKINRIDGE. $6.00 to run the government. Today married in the parlors of the Phoenix This flno black Jack wns sired by Major D. Harris' will it is costing $11,555, or about $1 per Hotel, Lexington. Tho bride is a John tho season ofImportedmyJack. He S to make hnrntit luvnt month, with the population over dou- daughter of Mr. F. F. Stone and a sis- Insure n colt until weaning time. Ills gtt of lMHIsnowon my farm to show for nls bled. In that year Congress appropri- ter of Mrs. John II. Meier. good breeding. He Is n sure foal getter. ated $290,461,275.03; the appropriations A. T.TUAYLOIt HOSH. PleiiMint Just as the sheriff was leaving with Breeding l'urm, Htanfurcl, It. K. .No. t Hill Optical Hpeclallst and Kxpert Wntchmak-er- , of the last Congress foot up $1,044,-4)1,857.1- him for the penitentiary to serve one located iiermanentlynt McKlnuey, Ky , prove his good breeding. Will stand nt tto Insure until weaning time. We hold n lien on nil colts until ui!d for. Ilnrreii man's made to stand by thelmpregnntor. We hae perrect success In this breeding. JAMES N. DYE, i. 3S33S3S3SaSgsa33:& IS r fa rrescnpcion romters . Ls t- , i 1 j pH feH year for malicious GOLD BOND SjLJ SW QMS tO SkVJ QJ It is cuttomiry for every druggUt to claim to be "beit" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. Wehave the goods, the equipment, the ex- perience. Htan-fcnlo- r. SILVER KING, JR., INSURANCE. K. B. n PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btssnford, Kentucky. bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, k the and Accident, Plate thoWhile wo tiro here to build why Lincoln county court hoiwo nud, thould building fever etriko you, not Glass, Suretyon Bonds n a butter positiou to build you n nico havo a little talk with us? We aro Immediate attention given to losses which Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House PRESTON KING. are paid without dis being uhlo to buy nil materials cheaper and thercforo are in position to put count. a building up for n considerable lower price. Nothing too large or too NIGGER, Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health Are You Going To Build ? H. w ii J.K. BAUGHMAN, n. .mull and thodistanco will not stop us from figuring with you, matters not where you live. Wo invito auy prospective builder to givo us n trial. We furnish nil plana any specifications for euch buildings that wo might ercct,6 free of charge. , FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. - I MORGAN DENMARK OUR LAWN FEIKE . ' is n lew expensive nml better fence than wood. Moro ornamental, durable and a timo snver as you need no hummer and nails to keep it in repair. Call nt our storo, see tho Itcniitiiul fabric and gutcu nml let us show you tho low prices on it good fcuco job. miw, ', Res-deu- F. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ;a.f V,ii 'fejM t. jsjA.'flj I "EWfrwqpMP nr$0 wry FP1 TW miprtTr- - r7rrr-- i 3 Values Extraordinary. No. 1247. No. 1211. No. No. 13.10. 1 1 1 No. 9052. No. 0050. Mulberry Self Stripo Suit Green Self Stripe Green Self Stripo Suit slxo 31, worth 34, worth 130 now 810.7C. $10.76. $16.75. 810.75. Green and white stripe Messalino worth $22.50 now 816. 1 1 Silk Princess Suit, size 3fl Suit siie 30, worth $10.50 suit siro 30, izo worth $30 now $30 now Old IIopc Mescaline Silk l'rinccf-- If n real caving nppcnls to you; read this lint of reductions on very of tiie newest now 813.75. 113211100 Self Strino Suit sixc 31 worth 816.00 now merchandise. colors and Every garment bought thii season; No. 1054. 1324.- 1 IJlack Silk Bcngalino Coat, size 30 worth $22 now 15. fabric. Almost identical in stylo and color to the Fall models No. Como and look these over they are positively the great- now licing shown. est bargains you ever saw. -1 Green Stripe Novelty Suit (coat skirl,) suo 34 worth $22.50 now 14.50. No. 7408. 1 Grey Striio Novelty Suit size 34 worth 825 now $15. SEVERANCE Miss Kate Waters is Improving, wo aro glad to state. Mr. C. II. Bartle, of Liberty, attended tho lot sale Saturday. Stanfoih), Ky., - Mav 25, 1900 Mrs. J. Ii. Paxton was In Lancaster yesterday to seo tho homefolks. Mr. John SrooNAMonr. was severely ICB CKBAM sodai water at Penny's kicked by a mule a few days ago. Drug Storo. Mr. James P. Cummins Is in Lexington to seo Hart, Schaffncr & Marx's PERSONALS. 6c m SON, STANFORD KY. nesday night m in The Interior Journal. Liddey cut glass at Mueller's. Weddino and graduating presents of quality at Mueller's. matoes .. . green beans and Strawberries, at J. D. Horton's Restaurant. to- lot of white and black Chip hats. Pattern hats are now going at reduction. Misses VanDevcer. It. Don't forget tho Irish orator at the Odd Fellows We have just gotten in a new Wed- Hall. L. I!. Hughes T. W. Humble V. O. Martin Mr. M. U. Marcum with friends. is in Indianapolis is is Master Io Perry at Itichmond. Mr. L. J. PARRlfiiN tives In Wayno. Dr. I. S. Wesley, visiting friends visiting rela- of MlddloburR, F V' I . I If Come to see u and we will convince you thnt we arc giving A DISPATCH from Glasgow says that even baseball players and dudes have the best that the market can afford in tho way of quality, style, been pressed into service In tobaoco Sec, at the very lowest figures. Farmer. setting. Our farmers will please take buggy, For Sale. Ono second-hanTry our new ball bearing lawn mow- good as new, and two new ones; all rub- notice. They might also get some aser. W. H. Higgins. ber tired. Sold very cheap if disponed sistance from the dozens of loafers who dally hang around the streets. of at once. E. W. White, Cedar Creek A good tobacco bed for sale. J. B. Meat Stolen. Thieves entered the Camenisch, Stanford. The Foley's, father, mother and daughter, who havo been playing tho smokehouse uf Col. HallAndesron, near Bedding plants are now ready and McKinney, Saturday night and largo mischief at Rowland, were given 21 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. hams and four middlings vera stolen. we are ready to put them out. Ed Hubhours to leave the county at their trial bard. Lair's bloodhounds were sent for and Saturday and they left. they trailed to tho home of a Negro Taxes. -- Tho tax books for 1909 aro Sold Out. Horace Greely Lutes has named Adams, but the house was locknow ready. Come In and get your re sold his meat market and good will to ed and the occupants gone. Wo hope ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriir. Mr. Garland Singleton and the latter the guilty partics(will be caught and Kentucky grown millet seed $1.25 has taken charge and promises to give tho severest penalty given the scoun per bushel while they last. Jos. D. his customers the choicest meats at the drels. 2U Shelby, Junction City, Ky. lowest prices. m Rlid. Mrs. Erma Morse Reid, wife SeeTheKrause Riding Cultivator. of Mr. June II. Reid, died at her home A LITTLE son of Charles P. Cecil, Jr., It has everything on the market beat. in Hustonville ott o'clock Sunday mornhad ono of his legs broken by being thrown from a runaway wagon at Dan- in the way of a riding cultivator. The ing after a protracted illness of a comWe want the custom of your friends; quite as much as we want yours; pivot nxle Is a practically two in one plication of troubles. She is survived ville. m in. plow. Can plow as good on rolling land by her husband, two little sons, C. Euhanks. wife and daughOrder your millet seed and wc propose to sell them by pleasing you. When you come to lis for Mr. J. Don't Wait. ns on level. Don't fail to see it be' Samuel Reid, her parents, Mr. $1 25 per bushel Is lens than ter. Annie Lee, visited her mother in fore buying. E. T. Pence. and Mrs. V. B. Morse, and one sister, your Garrard. market value. Jas. D. Shelby, JuncMils. AUCE Cloyd and Mr. and Mrs. tion City, Ky. 2t. Circuit Court. The May term of Mrs. J. Roy B. Rose. Is For them all felt and es Phelps Cobb, of Hoyle, attended church circuit court opened yesterday with unbounded sympathy Danville's city council, getting tho Judge W. C Bell presiding. Judgo pecially do the hearts of loving friends hero Sunday. Miss Aur.AiTiioMrsoN. of Mt. Ver- cue from tho Stanford city fathers, has Bell delivered n strong und impressivo go out to the husband and the mother wo are going to give you so good a one for your money bo that much or non, was tho Ruest of her sister. Mrs. ordered about 10 miles of concrete pave- charge to the grand jury, dealing with less boys. May He care for and watch ments laid in Llttlo Britain. L. It. Hughes. various subjects, but most particularly over them and in His infinito wisdom little that you'll be glad to tell your friends about us, and about the clothe fill the place of the devoted wife and Lewis, of Crab Orcliam, The Misses PllOTOGKAnis, cheap and durable, at with tho game, fish, primary election wo sell. After nil that's the best kind ot advertising thcro is. We have wero tho Ruests of Misses Mary and my residence in Darsttown, where I am and temperanca laws, and to the lat tender mother. Mrs. Reid wns a member of tho Christian church and was just received another shipment ot nobby ElizabcthlHigRins. prepared to do all kinds of work from ter law much stress was given in patterns and they aro the "PILE Mrs. Sallib Makples, of Uuisville. post cards to large family groups. a clear, sound and impressive manner. prepared for the end. Her lifo had been such that death held no fears for OF ST LE" make. her brother, Views spent several days with of residences and stock made on ine cnarge was complimented by a her. The burial occurred in the HusMr. McD. Royalty. All work warranted. greut many who heard it. The followshort notice. Mrs. P. M. McRoherts will enter-tai- n Cash with order. Frank Cordier. ing compose tho grand jury: W. M. tonville cemetery yesterday afternoon a number of friends Thursday Beck, George Holmes, U. C. Withers, after services at the Christian church Cochran. Mr. Samuel Cochran, who Winfred Withers. Will Cordier, G. C. by Rev. W. L. Willis. The occasion tea." 4 to from , Mrs. W. N. Cram and children are was declared of unsound mind and ta- Givcns, B. P. Powell, J. C. McWhorter, wai n distressingly sad ono and there conM. ken to tho asylum somo weeks ago, visiting her sister, Mrs. Shcllon W. W. Hoys, G. L. Sudduth, James wan scarcely a dry eye in the large died there and was brought here and in- Wilmot, G. T. Timberlake. Tho fol- course of friends at the grave. Saufley. in Frankfort. Miss Jennie Duncan came over from terred from Mr. T. D. Newland's resi- lowing will servo as petit jurors: M. The recital given at Walton's Opera Lancaster to see her niece. Miss Mar- dence Sunday. Mr. Cochran had lived B. Lytle, J. L. B. Coirey, Adam Pet-re- House Friday evening by the departin Lincoln county for many years and garet Warren, graduate. H. G. Lutes, P. S. Hughes, A. 1. ments of Vocal and Instrumental Music Miss Mattie Lee Humile, who is in had a number of friends and relatives Sloan, S. M. Helm, Arthur Carter, W. was greatly enjoyed. A fair crowd tywho sorrow at his death. O'Dell'a Infirmary. Cincinnati, with A. Hatcher, P. W. Carter, R II. Crow, was present and liberal applause was phoid fever, continues quite ill. High Honor. The daily papers con- J. W. Reynolds, Sam Castello, A. R. given each of the well rendered numbers. from Mr. G. A. Peyton is down tain a picture of Charles Carpenter, Spears, W. A. ColTey, J. M. Bastin, Following is tho program that was giv mingling with hi many friends, colored, of this place, who graduated W. B. Hill, Richard Hester, H. C. en: l'iano Magic flute, Mozart. Kate who are always glad to seo him. with high honors at Booker T. Wash- Baughman, Geo. Spoonamore, J. II. Newland, Frances Cooper, Lucy Lee Misses Mattie McClarv, Blanche ington's Tuskegee College Out of a Engleman, W. II. Stigall, J. II. Floyd Walton, Mary Elizabeth McKinney, VanDevcer nd Maudo Carter aro at BessloYantis, Berta Jean Penny. Read- class of 153 ho was chosen valedicto and P. E. Parrish. homo from tho Indianapolis Oral School. ing-"Hero of the Day," Adapted, been rian. Carpenter is a son of James Walton's Opera House was filled Mrs. It. W. Keenon, who has Carpenter, who used to work for Mr. to overflowing Thursday night by friends Harris Coleman. Piano March of tho with her mother and sister here, return John N. Menefeo here, and who died Hoist, Vera Totten, Effle of tho Stanford Graded and High Mariners, H- ed to her home at Harrod3burg irriday. Baughman, Ella Eichenberger, Jose somo eight or 10 years ago. School. The occasion was tho comcontainSaturday's Courier-Journa- l phine Carpenter, Lissa Holtzclaw. ReadAdams, Florence, Hughes & mencement exercises of that magnifiThe Lot Sale ed a fino a Garrard's plcturo of Mr. Jack for jail McCarty was aof success. Over 1,000 cent institution and everybody wanted ing "Grandma Keeler Gets Grandpa democratic nominee Keelcr Ready for Sunday School," Mc people were In attendance Saturday af- to be present. A splendid program Lean, Clinton Coleman. Piano-Val- se, er. was rendered, which begun with a piano Wachs, Frances Cooper, Claudia Eaton, Mr. G. C. Martin, of Princoton. ternoon and vacant lots sold all the way number by Miss Nancy Yeager, which Best, of Washing-to- n from 250 on Whitley Avenue to $1,201 Spirit Thomas Coleman. Solo-"- The Ind., and Mrs. Laura ! was splendidly rendered. Rev. D. M. county, aro with Mrs. Levisa Mar- an Logan Avenuo. The lots on East Spring," Parker, Mr. yandell. p'j Walker evoked divine blessing on tho of Main street, n porticn of tho Col. Hill tin. ano "Shenandoah," Webb, Nancy home, brought JG00 to $800. The Hill occasion, after which Miss Ethel Fet- Brown Mauley Pivot Axle Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at Annie Uronaugh, of Crab home, with some 175 feet frontage on tro and Rev. J. L. Yandell gave a vo- Catherine McKinney, Annette Warren, Misses Nellie Wilson Hill. Jessie Lee Phillips. $27.00. Brown Manley Pivot Gang Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Hull Orchard, and Cathcrino Bronaugh, of cal duet, which greatly pleased their Main street, went to Mr. W. L. McLadles' Quartet "A Song of Seasons," Lexington, were guests of Mrs. James Carty for $3,000. J. W. Dishon bought hearers. Dr. II. G. Shearin, professor C. B. Hawley, Nancy Yeager, Eliza- Tongues at S27.f0. Thceo cultivators have been in U60 hero for several F.Jtoldam. Highland for $1,230. of English In Transylvania University in every respect. Tho regular prico on the the Cox farm near Higgins, Graco Brady, Berta Jean years and aro strictly A mighty cuve plcturo of Mr. and The sale amounted to about $12,000 and and president of Hamilton College, ad- beth Reading "Mistress Sherwood's PivotJGmig is 828 and tho Pivot Axle 811. The reason that I nin offering M. Saufloy's son, Shelton the promoters are more than satisfied. dressed tho two graduates. Misses Ber-t- a Penny, Mrs. Shelton Victory," Ogden, Morrison Bright. these plows at the above price is that I am overstocked. Call and scobefore Marshall Saufley, Jr., of Frankfort, ap- - Some splendid building territory has Jean Penny and Margaret Warren, 'poared In Saturday's Louisville Times. been opened and it is hoped that those and for an hour pointed to them In Piano Rondo Brllllante, von Weber, buying. Kate Nowland. Solo "A May Morn E. S. Powell and Chas. Adams, of who bought lots will build on them right choice language tho road that leads to ing," L. Denza, Miss Fettro. Piano-Alp- lno spent last week at Dunn-vlll- o away. Homes aro urgently needed hero tho making of ideal women; women who Hustonville, Storm, Kunkol, Anna Davis Mc on a fishing trip. Mr. Powell lost and our capitalists would find it to their make the world bcttur by having lived Robcrts, Josephlno Carpenter, Virginia a valuablo horse while on tho trip. advantage to build a half hundred or so. in it. Dr. Shearin's address was much Mahony, Mary Mooro Raney. Chorus enjoyed. Miss Lucy Lee Walton next -Liberty Ncwa. Col. J. Peter Chandler, tho boss auc"O When 'TIs Summer Weather," ftU !rl&l Judge J. W. Alcorn left last week tioneer, cried tho sale and did it well. favored the audience with a piano se- Brewer. Misses Ellen Ballou and Ethel whero he will undergo Miss Sallio Taylor Woods, who held lection und Prof. J. W. Ireland, in u Fettro have charge respectively for Indianapolis, of tho 18 on brief and talk, delivered instrumental and vocal departments an operation. Ho was accompanied by ticket 428, drew the free lot-- No. ' Dr. Carl Wheeler, of Lexington, and Whitley Avenuo und in a few moments tho diplomas. Next came a piano num and they are deserving of much praise Miss Llzzlo Boglo, who have been wait-in- g sold it to Attorney George D. Florence ber by Missed Mary Moore Rnney and on the manner in which their pupils for $200. Miss Woods' many friends Annie Davis McRoberts, which brought ucquittcd themselves. on him. IS BY A number of MR. W. H. McltoiiKRTS and family and admirers congratulate her on her forth much upplause. selling tho lot, be- school boys sang the "Swing Song" will movo to Danylllo next week, great good lucknot in ly to tho regret of their many friends cause it was worth moro money, but In and at its conclusion Rev. J. Murruy J I., llmiiili.wbo wutronvtcttHlof tho of. FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER oro. We commend them to tho good drawing it. Their drat sale boing so Taylor dismissed the crowd with bene- feiiMi o( Muylium In the Circuit Uourt of oporu houso waa tastily Lincoln county, m Jiarcu lorni iuuv,wIhIc people of that place. Hon. and Mrs. successful, we hopo Messrs. Florence, diction. Tho tlio umernorforu pardon unci rmtoruttou EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY notify W. II. Shanks have rented and will oc- Hughes & McCarty will havo another decorated and the occasion was a bril- cuueiuuip ami mi wuo oujeci willany ol- ttio Kowrnor umlntutaln writing INCORsOfUTCn liant one. and not defer the good work long. cupy their homo on East Main Street. JVC IIUII. iluy ista li". 3 d was hero Friday Miss Florence Carter is visiting Coulmbla friends. Mr. James P. Holdam spent several days In Louisville. Mr. J. L. Searceht has moved his family to Lancaster. Miss Frances Cooper attended tho Carnival at Danville. Mr. M. M. Perkins and wife, of Crab Orchard, were hero Friday. MRS. W. II. HILL spent several days .with her mother In tho West End. Mn. and Mrs. J. E. 1IRUCE spent several days at Olympian Spring. Mrs. M. L. Smith, of Henderson, is tho guest of Miss Tcvis Carpenter. Dr. W. M. Doores spent several 1 days with Garrard county relatives. Visited MISS EU7.AIIETII HAUGIIMAN Danvillclfrlcnds during tho Carnival. Miss Gkoroia Urown, of Corbin. was tho (jucst of Mrs. Levisa Martin. Mr. E. P. Woods went to Cincinnati yesterday to have his eyes worked on. Monti-cellMr. Den Hardin and wife, of passed through to London Friday. James C. Enoleman. of Paris, spent home-folk- s. several days last week with tho o, have another hat salo SaturAttorneys M. I). HuGiiEsand W. I. day. Every hat goes ot a reduction. Williams, of Lancaster, were here to Miss Ella May Saunders. seo Judgo M. C. Saufley Saturday. Mr. Ed II. Walker, of Garrard, Recleaned Kentucky grown German passed through to Louisville to bo treat- Millet Seed $1 25 per bushel. Jas. D. ed. Wo hopo ho will speedily recover. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. 2t. Uev. T. W. Barker went to a For Sale 50,000 Brazilian and yesterday to attend tho Kenpotato plants, 20c per 100; $1.75 tucky Wosleyan College commencement per 1,000. W. S. Wlgham, Moreland, and institute Ky. 4t. m LOCALS. For Sale. -- Pure S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs. Improved laying strain. Sheep dip at W. II. Higgins. Mrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Phone 83-- rings. I Win-chesc- tr Bcr-mudm man. Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist and optiANY ono desiring stenciling dono in cian. Ofllce over II. J. McRobcrts' curtains, waists, etc., will seo mo at clothing store. Chas. Wheeler m will each Fridny. Emporium, Hustonville, Gabio W. Bradshaw. Shirts and Linen Was!) Suits. Wo nro offering exceptional values in both Skirts and Linen Wash Suite. The very latest styles and all colors. Ladies' Linen Wash Suits from prico 87.50 to 812. $5.00 to 88.00. Regular Hon. M. J. Fanning, the noted Irish Temperance Lecturer, will lecture at Odd Fellows' Hall Wednesday evening. A treat may bo expect- ed. The Hustonvillo boys were defeated in two games with the Lancaster ball team at the tatter's grounds Friday afternoon. The score stood 19 to 1 and 20 to 5. Everybody knows that tho "QUEEN" is tho best Skirt made. Wo havo them in Voiles, Panamas, Ac. Prices from 83.50 to 814.50. Regular prices from 85 to 818.50. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, m IT ISN'T YOU ALONE! m m m .. Mur-rilla- y. SUMMER SUIT, Cat W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. For all kinds of Highest Market Prices Paid COUNTRY PRODUCE y, in Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville Tho and Brodhead. B. NORT HCUTT, Stanford BROWN flANLEY RIDING CULTIVATORS E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. THE efiirLlbd vJ?ajs uki V d TRANSFER NOTICEI LONG DISTANGE TELEPHONE rgAAit tm j t . M4 jK , rfc .J-- .A y ; .. i.v,M-Wf- c ,4iQtd tA H. FARMER'S PEPARTMKHT. Pony for sale. This office. Draft Stallion, at $10 to Insure a Living Colt. No. 2 red wheat sold at $1.63 in Cinal Stanford a cinnati Friday, Mnttrrdin the Also a good Mulo Jack at tho saino Fort Sale. Good bnjrjry mare. tl. tmnd-da- u price and on samo conditions. mnltsr. 0. Lutes, Stanford. M. S, Hauqiiman, Stanford, Ky. Corn ts soiling as high as JG.GO In some parts of Kentucky. NEW MILLINERY IN STANFORD. No.tl.Houth.lliMr.x. W. G. Rankin sold to J. C. Johnson No.S1,Houth,U:03 A m. The Interior Journal. Potl-Ofi- GEORGE HUR, King Eagle, Jr., rmmnnK. Hired byH. T. Harris' King Vol, (I.A.H. 11. It,. No, J.V.I, he by Itoral Klin !f.. lie bv On Time. 715. he by Htonewall Jackson, 71, lloyal King's 1st dam Mollie Mounts VII, was by the note,! sire. Cabbell's Unlnglon, K.H.King F.ngles, 1st she by Kugln lllrd Mil, he br dam Hlpa-VDOld King Kagle 7ri,tnddnm lied I.lon. Xrd dam by Harris Denmark, he by Miller Den- liinrx ujiinuniii nyjim lien, inorougnoreu. King Kagle. Jr's., 1st dam was Mollie Drennon,she by Old Drennon, Jnd dam Copper Hotlom, nndjruns Iocs to Davy Crockett. Notk. Kins Kagle Jr.. Is four years old. dark boy with one while hind foot, nice mane ana tail, siaims 11111 w nanus nigu, weimu, Uiullbsnnd well proixirtlnned every wev, A combined stnlllon with plenty of speed, style and action, and his colts show that he Is a splendid breeder. He will make thesea-soof IK Wat my bnrn, one mile West ot Waynesburg on Fishing Creek nt $10 to Insure n living colt. Mares traded, parted with or bred else, where without my consent forfeits the Insurance, nnd the money liecomes due at such transaction, Core will lie taken to prevent accidents but not responslblosboutdnny occur. I'hone In residence, Waynesburg Kagle, . n rnr-ine- Cecilian Park, DANVILLK, KENTUCKY. L. &N.TITCETHBLE No. No. No. , No.rt.iiwr. . TT. 10117 North, sito A. North, :J7 P. A. M. m. M. M. IB hops JOS. S. RICE, Agent. Advocate. J. C. Eubanka sold to Lawson & hogs at CJc. Brown 15 J. II. McAIUtcr, Jr., sold to B. D. Iloltzclaw CO lambs for June delivery d at Cic Will open Mar 15th on IVpot street. Wo of lnltenll locall and sen our line anil hats; win hnmlln all kinds for ladleshand-mad- chil e Will make a specialty of dren. Stallions Tor Service 1909. GAMBETTA WILKES 2:19 1- -4, ; Tho only itnllion living or (lend tlint ever olrcd 200 or more with reconls of 2:30 nml Imtter. Founiler of the greatest family of !iow nml rncu horc world. in tho Stock of Merchandise for Sale. III Lcalth. OKO. atGc. For Sale. A Rood family horse,-perfect- ly I'dnlr? to noil prlvntdy my stock of busiItnrilwnre. Iklii n goot ness. Will Invoice nlaut u;w. Itotnon I. IIOPPKII, Htnnford, Ky. Htreet, Tht JoMph Priet Sanatorium, North Stanford, Kentucky. ror Treatment Thront. Knr, gans, Nervous Hyatcm Oenlto-Urlnnr- of Dlsensesof the ft ml Kj-e- , llectal Hurgery. Nose, Or- Natlet Poultry Raisers! Now Is the time ot year to feed your fotv l good tonic, cures Oliolern, Gnpes, lloup, canker nntl I.lmbernerk, when feu ns a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay. Price Gil cent, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist, Deo. I,. I'onny, try It under the guarantee, Ask for booklet on dlsea.ea tm tvw. of poultry. l-(l V clentinc preparation foi external use. Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Eczema cuickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable jsaediclnt. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W.Rose Med. Co., SuLouls.Mo, ZEMO, a Eczema is Curable Penny's Drug Store. i When Ordering Clothes ilnve your mensure taken by n tnllor of experience. Then our clothes, w hethern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will have, that Individuality and tit which plainly Indlcato they were mnde to jour .measure. I wlllalso take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for jour Inspection. H.O. IIUPLKY, The Tailor, Htantord, Ky. gentle. Miss Mollie Brooks, Crab Orchard. Kentucky grown millet seed $1 25 per bushel while they last. Jas. D. Shelby, 2t. Junction City, Ky. B. D. Iloltzclaw, the lamb king, bought of Will McCormack 65 lambs at Gc for Juno delivery. Recleaned Kentucky grown German millet seed $1.25 per bushel. Jas. D. 2t. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. Messrs. A. C. and Harry Hill sold to B. D. Iloltzclaw 100 lambs for Juno and July delivery at G and GJc. Col. R. G. Evans, of Boylo, has sold to Anderson & Spillman, the Danville millers, GOO acres of 1910 wheat at 95c. Wintergreen, winner of tho Ken tucky Derby, probably will be in retirement the remainder of the summer. L. T. Anders, of Maysvllle, sold to Edwin C. Hawley, a New York millionaire, the sorrel gelding, Inspiration, for $1,500. Don't Wait. Order your millet seed tiday. $1.25 per bushel is less than market value. Jas. D. Shelby, Junc tion City, Ky. 2t. J. D. Eads received 5,500 pounds of wool at Brodhead Friday. Ho paid 31 c nts. He has shipped out about 30,- 000 pounds so far. Cole & Marrs sold to Clcl Coleman, of Mercer, 297 slop-fecattle at $5.40. R. II. Llllard Bold to tho same party d nats lor tne most lasuuiou lames, pbiii the money and time solng to the city liy looting at my (irnnd Allium ! Ohapeaiu, Have riving advnuceit styles anil colors. Ohio the work In Kentucky, I'ennsvlvanln, West Virginia from wire Ine the roll to even the roses on the hat, satisfaction or no charge. We are here to stay and hope tho ladles will give us a call and soo our line ot goods. (luar-ante- Ills colt won tnoro prumiiiins nt tho World's HU ileccmlant Coluinhinn did tho amo I'xposition thnn that of nny other aire. nt tho Woild'a Fnir held MUH. OKO. W. OKKTRY. at St. JxniU. HU descendants nro nolcsl A. S. PRICE. Surgeon Dontlst, J Kxclinnge, It. K.D. O.n.nAMIWKM, A HON. No. 4, Waynesburg, Ky for their gnincncM and good dijMritioii whether on tho road, on tho track or in tho show ring. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. )tHco over McKohcrts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. 15.2 REVERSA 47162. hands, fonled In Jlsw. bred by O. A O. P. Cecil, Danville, Ky. Trotted a mile In 2i4il with three weeks' handling. Hired bv (lambettn Wilkes l(V.;i.Jill!(; 1n 1:07 lilt, IS In 3:lii list, 41 in l.l.Ulsl, M In tho :) list, 211 In the i:.si list. (Irnnd sire of Hll trotters or ln'tter. and pacers with reconls of One of his great grand sous Is credited w It Ii K performers. nnd his descendants In X:!M nTU In number. list, nil told, are now Iitdam l'lnkHlartleby Mambrlno Htartle 4'Sil.slre of 16 and dams nf M.lncludtng Foxy Curd 2:07, Chesley 2il and others. 2nd dam Martha, by l.lo Wilkes iflVi, sire of rnnddnmsof Ileasle lnrh John T.lMW'i, Cling 2:llki and 22 others 3rd dum Kllsn, by Imp. lluckden. Ileversa will make the present season nt the stable of James McKechnle nenr Hubble lit 10 to Insure a I.ltig eolt. DR. MUNSON, 1 years old. Usee record 2:08f 1U07. ; tho champion 1 year old pacing stallion of Will stand nt $20 to insure a living colt. Dorscy Golddust, 2052. i:) GENERAL BRIGHTHEART Itoco record 2:lUj Kull brother to Kstelle, No. tit. thy Gold-lu- st Hired ly ZllcadUlolddust.mil. ISO hy Vermont Morgan and oil to Justin Morgan. Thedam of Zllcadl (loMiltist was by an Imp. Arabian Htnlllon Zltcsdl. The dam of iHirsey (lolitdust Is Florence by (loiden Mingo Chief n sou of (InRsUonict nl-o- Trial in a race 2:3 trotting. Will stand at " 820 to iiuuro n living colt. 2:(-l- t, Morgan nnd on to Justin morgan. Notk. This Is nn Intensely Inbred Morgan Htalllon tho blood now In demand. A rich dappled bay, black points. Id hands high laulbs stallion of great beauty and action, with speed and emturnnco nnd unescelletl asn producerof high class show, road and Knstern horses. Tne records of his produce both In show nnd salo rings prove his value and merit asn producerof line road, show and sale horses. The present season will be made at my barn S miles from Hlnnfonl.nl iu to Insure a living colt. Money duo when colt comesor more parted with. Mares kepton gros atHc per nay. uooa enre given nui no rcspuiinihility for accidents or escapes. K.HKtl). GEN. ADELLE 1 years old. Haco record 2:10 J j trial in n race 2:07J. Cen. Will stand Adello 2:10? Marcs sold or For stallion At the same time nnd place I will stand, black lack formerly owned by the M. II. Kubnnks. lie Is a tine lndl (dual and Ills inns luuuer 1111111 .uiu, in .,, ho his third as a breeder. This will IlltSSSIA SStltllS qualitiesSltflirns . SakuK.k fn 1111111' Sislll.. BT frS ihihv imhui rnsuiis K' ism inui" iui J. K. McKKCIINIK, Hubble, Ky. LEADER. nt 815 to insure a living colt. Dr. Munsoii 2:03J, Gen. llrightheart arc all sons ot Gamhetta Wilkes 2:W Mares will ho kept nt 81 . 2:W, per week nt owner's risk. due. Lincoln Squirrel. hnnds lted high and full made, heavy mane and tall, good bone, splendid buck nnd line neck, well set In high mounted shoulders; n combined bnil horse, but I use him only In harness and n more perfect tiarmss horse I lilixe neser seen, can step ery fast with extreme high action nil around and I think him to Htate lieoneot the best stallions In the wnlk-tro- to breed to, to get good l and business horses that will bring )ou fancy prices. Ho has some jearllng nnd colts that I Invite breedtrs to see, I'kiiiiikkk Lincoln Hijulrtel was sired by MurloiiH.julrrel.UH, he by HluckHUirrei, lis. he by iilack F.agle,7l. lie by King William, n7 Marlon H.jiiirrel'sllrslilnm lij (Ireen Mounliiln. 2nd dam bv Hushes' Fdw In For est, Lincoln HtUlrrel's Ilrst dsm. Kate jii ssi liner oy Jiessenger iini e, iuu brother to Maude Messeng. r. reconl. 2 IS 2nd dnm Maria Depiiuw by .Mambrlno n full brother to Ijidy Thorn, 2:JI..1nl ibim Mollie Crow bv Helm's Yorkshire. Iilack HUlrrel's grand sire Is tfce sln of s more noted snddle horses than an) 01111 r horse In the worm, suen as Denmark. Chester Dare. Itrd Huulrnd mid muny others. Will make the seuson of lixjat mv lltery barn In Htnnfonl nt Insure living eon. .Mones uue wueii con with. is fouled or mare high-clasHtur-lighhlgh-clnsiiign-11111DJ-'i- lo 11 parted with forfeit insurance and fC;ton become cards and other information aildrcM Cough Caution Ifyoa NeTer.posIUvslyneTerpoUonyourlunn. cough even from a stople cold onli you should alwsytheaL soothe. andNUathe irritated bronchial tube. Doat blindly suppress It with a things Mupttytng poison. It's strange, how finally aome about. For twenty years Hr. Shoop has ronstanUy warned people not to takej couth mlitures or prescriptions containing Oplom. little Chloroform, or similar poisons. And now ress says "rut It on the label. late though-Co- ng If poisons am In your Couth Mixture." Good I VerygoodllllsreafterforthliTtryreasonmoUiers. and others, should Insist on having Dr. Sboops Cough Cure. No poison marks on Dr. Shoop i lsbsls end none In the medicine, else It must by law be on the 111. And It's not only safe, but II Is said to bo by those thst knowlt best, a trulr rs marsLJecouh remedy. Take no chance then, particularly with your children. Insist on having carefully Ir. Bhoop's Couth Cure. Cvnipareand note the th Dr. Ehoop raclsira with onicrs ou can Kc poison marks therel difference. always be on the safe side by demanding G. O C. P. CECIL. Danville, Ky. MY LINE OF t 377 at $5 85 Anderson News. Itching Skin Diseases Yesterday's Lancaster court was the dullest in years. About 30 cattlo were on the market and nobody seemed to want them. The horse and mule trade was also dull. Jpi TROUSERS! tarvr-- .: T Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid Here and There. for external use. Zemo gives instant permanently cures any form relief and The cats of Berlin are all registered 3f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All and wear tags. Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, Alex Anderson, a wealthy farmer of 2ije Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. Clark county, is dead. Eflio Townsley, aged 1G, was thrown PENNY'S DRUG STORE. G. from a horse and killed near Augusta, Is Now Complete For Tho illMslStr so i:.. rt uv-it- "tf Vv 'a j V V. 'Vmvr I JCsi.00 L FARM FOR SALE I The farm of UOacivs, of good blue grass land, llng one mile rforui 01 jicinnney.uii the htanfortl pike. Improvements and fnrtnr irnnd nientv of water and fruit. Also 145 ncres of timbered land one mile half under East of McKlnney:tnlmniin lunilfence; plenty Us DTflW. nml nnA J.A.GIVKNH.Agcnt, ngcrop. McKlnney. Ky. CUT FLOWERS JFOR SALE! 1 can furnish the tiubllo with the best, as well as the freshest of cut Mowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted (loners, on short notice. Also make u specialty of wreaths lor lor luneroi purKsei. in connection nlth thonbove, I have all kinds of vegetables on haud at reasonable Vrt"''0HUIHTMANM!ltKKN HOUHEH, Kn IIumiAiiri, l'ltoii. Htunford, Ky. SEASON OF 1909. M'ewlllstaud at my farm near the wellAnnun Wins Anderson jack, which Im perhaps gotten as many HO ,,.-surcousns any jut in .1"? vwun.j, . .. splen- e a living colt. Will nlo stand the did Peavluestulllon. lied Hex. Jr., by lted Peavlne, at JtO to insure a lted, he by prnilttod to servo llTlrgcoft. Ho will only a limited number of mares. Preach-.r.vtll- this State. John Tuttlc, aged 1G, was given two years by tho Laurel circuit court for stealing a mule. Mrs. Louis Specht, Gl years old, suicided at New Orleans on account of financial reverses. Dan Ray, colored, who killed his wife at Russellville, was given the death penalty by a jury. Three men, while at work In the power house of the Louisville Lighting Co., were badly burned about the face and hands by red hot cinders. J. W. Carter, former superintendent of the Metropolitan Street Railway system at Kansas City and previously a resident of Chicago, committed suicide at Council Hill, Okla., by shooting. Coegii Cure PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's STORE. A. H. SPRInGJlluSUMMER Better than ever handled before the Price. fur Red Light. 1 AIo tho most Almont Dare 3228. Wlllinni IC lsti!nniTunwny 47iW, also registered In Vol. III. A. T. II It. Mhe by Mnnllirlno ia?m. he by Almont i33. Sndditm Ijidy DuMs lij Orlt HDuls, by Hour-Ikiby Foreign Chief; 3rd dam Mattle Light, by Foreigner, by Iinjiorteil (llenco; 4tlidam ItettleO., bvCunnliigbam'sCopper-botto;5lh dam by Imported liutzard. so far lis we are able otk. Almont Dure, horse on record havtodlscoer. Is tbellrst ing to his credit the hunorof defeutlng with his own progeny those of his great sire. Dignity Dnre.dolng so with his Ilrst crop of lolls eery timeIstbey came together. As all u ery nttrnctle horse. Individual this Id bauds high with lots of weight nnd llnlsh, color, tiv; action extremely high and fast. Shows distinct saddlo gulls, nil eryfast and plensnnt A full brother to4 the great gelding, Nettleton, that soul lit jearn for M.HKinnil to the gnat show mare. Foxy Dare, that won iniirn premiums for the numlHTof shows than any inure eer sired bv Dlcnltv Dure. Were It not lor two splints coming 011 him he would iiislly have won the Hlntes Huddle Championship. Tuls horse Is result of n long and cnreful muting of the very the country ntfiinled. Ills bucking. Ill blood mid IndU (duality. Is as strong at IJIurnltur and Ids colts are rapidly linking htm. Hu lie this horse anil 011 will 1UJU well paid, lie nt our stable, will maksthu season of I1, miles from llustonllle on the Huston-wil- e it l.llierty pike, at 115 to Insure a living colt. Mnrestruded or bred elsewhere render, seasoiidue at time of such transaction. Will also stand a mule J uric nt . Grass furnished In abundance at tf per month. Our iersonal attention to all stock but will not be responsible, for accidents. i:. H. I'OWKM. A HON, llustonvllle, Ky. h ii IS 11 Hired b Dignity Dare lti, he by Chester Dure m. lie Hind iilrr I &. I by KI114 ll.lt. m tied sorrel horse. tyearsold,IhalMlshlgh, line of xtrn weight mid time. HI nil h famous roadster and sire, lied leaf. who Is too well known to all horsemen llgree, he by C. to need description and F. Clay 2:li. 1st dam by lted Wilkes, lied I.lghl's 1st dam wns Day Maid by Ceclllun Wilkes: 2nd 1 1, son of the great (Innil-tl- ii dum Nell by old ISalsiirninnlilain NiKinduy by HI. Klino. iih dam Midnight b lllot. ntu jr., cm nam ruiiigni oy dam Darkness by Wagner. Ill o Hiring the services of this promising young stallion we feel safe In ulng that with his site, style, form, speed and iictlon Call nnd that he Is bound to prove it great slock In nny style you horse, will stand lit my livery Uirn In Htunford lit SIS to Insure a living cult, monus you what wo have. ey due when coll s foutid or mare uirted with. He sure to see him Ivfore bleeding good mares. jour 11.(1. llKAZI.KY.HInnford.K). (k 3 Jtfv Men's and Lddies' Oxfords wi-.1- let Chester Peavine 31M. e lx tir.ti ir,.Ki IMIHIMAPreiichersvllle. ; J. L.Beazley&Co., pggpz pP again I known hut to get," declares Mrs. A. L. Alley of Ueais, Mo., "for, after using ten bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery, and seeing Its excellent results In my own family and others, I am convinced it is the bestraedl- clno made for Coughs, Colda and lung trouhlo " Every ono who tries it feels Just that wqy. Relief Is felt at onco and its quick cure surprises you. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Hemorrhage, Croup, LaGrippe, Soro Throat, pain In chest or lungs it Is supreme. 50c and 81. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Won't Slight A Good Friend. "If ever I need a cough medicine SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. You Will Make No Mistake in Buying lst the'wTrfTeld." record 2;ll't, sire ot lluttleton, riord2:ly4, American llelle. and mothers In 2SJ0I1SI: u son of Onward 1111, record f.ii'4, sire of UnwnrilHIIver 2:tV4 aud 171) others In thujull list. Onward wus sired by (lenrge Wilkes 51V, ind dam l)ueriiia,slred by Mambrlno King lK .In.Afff lnrtlii.ll... I .. .!.., II. i. M...... lxnl Dei by iafTU, Heir nt I Jiw fXV six oiuers 111 itiw 3rd dam Dotlet,by Nutwood On, tho sire of 171 in the list. Itiidum.Topui by Htratlimore 4ns, sire of voiniuu HSl. Sllidum, Millard by Albion, 0th dniii Neil by Kdw In Forest; 7th diim I July Turner by Muiiibrlno Chief il. The Wurfluld Is u representathu stnlllon I1111II the wonl Implies. To my that he has sUe, substance and speed only In part the nuulltles combined In this son of Dure I m II. lie has them and theyiireof such s)iiiiiietriculciiurueteras lomiiku I1I111 a stallion nniong many. Ills bend mid neck, body, feet and legs are perfect nml when seen In connection with his faultless gait and great lieuuly arersiiei'lally lmpresle. You should sen this borso before breeding. You wlllsur ou neer looked Ht a Udter one. The Wurfleld Is the only stallion that lias 7 diuiu In the grtul lirKl iniirn list, lie n lias two Mambrlno King crosss, two 1'iitcheii, two Muiiibrlno Chief, one Utiliues.l Onward, lfltorgu Wilkes, I I Nutwood, Htruthmore. more trotting crosses thuu nn stallion alltv. Tho Wurlleldlsby Dure leII2lv, record isv. He by Muuibrltui Klnu IJ.'u, he by Mambrlno I'utrhen he by Mambrlno Chief II. Dam Mercedes, by Chimes Mil, by F.lectloneer ISi. Dure Dun II Is a great winner. He won the championship nt the Nutlonul Ilorso Hhnw In lMM,class4; Ilrst Nutlonul Horse Hhow In cni Its uhuiiiplunshlp Nutlonul Horse Hhow law, class i; Ilrst National Horse Hhow lv.V, class 10: chumplonshlu Nutlonul Horse Hhow lvuu. class 1: first National HorseHhow lliiJU.classili first Nutlonul Horse Hhow UM, class 10. first Huston Horse Hhow luu2, class a; reserve llostou HorseHhow llsi. class second lloston HorseHhow Itsll, clussS; sec olid Huston HorseHhow Iuuituluss2:reserte lloston HorseHhow list), class I; third Hos- loiiiiorsuDuow iw, ciussi, lie sirtu The Heau Ideal ti!4J. (sire of Princess Helen ;Oi) Devil's DuughterllillH., Harnu ;;,'. Dure Devil, Jr. X:W. Will lilllke the uresent season at mv ffiriii 1 mile from McKlnney, Ky.,utl5 to Insure Main-brlnr. 1 ' Pray don't forget The youthful joys; 'Twill save you fret-B- oys UndettuKers ami Embalrr-erAlso Dealers in Muttings.Rugs. They will exebauge Furniture for all Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Price Right, Fui-aitura Iiiiniis: loaiea August iuii. istiiiim Itex Amerlcus BUM, Trial 2:21 trotting. Dark bay stallion, rniign-tylllrlb- 14 y nixii. Fouryears DrritiiTioN AMillun Ixty bright with best of old. 13J huuds. lione, coiirormatlon nnd nctlnn. Htreo ny Hex I'm vine I7W, he b Ilex McDonald ".1. First dum Miss Madison 4V5, bv Chester Dure 10. Heconddoin by IVaWnrtKi. Third slum by Htouewull Jucksoll72. NoTf. This horse nnili 110 Introduction to the piople of this county. Ho has been nnd liefore the public silicon two-his show record Is known to all; suffice It to say. be was show nil over Kentucky lust suisoiibyC T. Hundldge nnd met defeat only u few times He went around 110 horse,showed everv weekugalnst ulliigeslnswevustake saddle rings and was never further sun,. iiiiiB. unisiis lunu I'niiiii, ,iv der saddle. In harness ho has won quite iiumlwrot roadster rings. Ho defeated nil lines nt Nlcholasvllle 111 big roadster ring. You see from his breeding he has two crosses of llluck Hiulrre, twonf I'envliie. twoof Hlonewall Jackson. If you are looking for fashionable souillehorso ihoihi. Hero II is. Hee him aud see him doiind )ou will breed 11 v ear-ol- d 11 11 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. tohliu. ISO Will serve a limited number ot mures to Insure ' 11 living colt. at ALL PEAVINE, will be boys. Likewise recall, Amid life's whirls, o, That nearly all Girls will be girls. TMCUD. J. C. . - KENTUCKY. McClary, If you want to feel well, look well and bo woll, take Foley's Kidney Remedy. It tones up tho kidneys and bladder, purlUcs tho blood and restores health and strength, l'loasant to take and contains no harmful drugs. Why not cotmnenco Now Stanford Drug Co. ? Hubject to Iteglstvr. This horse Is three years old, a red sorrel.ii good shaped one and us good gulted one lis von will II nd anywhere. He Is 15 2 hands high, was shown all over the Htate last yeur d and wns only defeated twice by stallions once under saddle und onco In Defeated Utli times by Ills half harness. brothers. Ho ou seo he hasn't a bud record us a show horse. Hit Is all his name Implies. Iielngslretl by Ilex I'eavlue Hist. 1st dam by 2nd limine M.dum dumb) Warr'U Harris' are by John Nosely. If ou looking for I'envliie blooil Here 11 is will Imi permitted to servo limited number ot inures at J0 to Insure. 11 llv lug colt. At same time mid liluco will stand two good mule Jacks lit (S to Insure a llv lug coll. These Jacks need 110 advertising us they have made severul seasons at this bam mid every one know s their colts. Hervlce fee due on nil t he nlKiie advertised stock when iimru Is sold, trnded or bred to other stock. Due In alt cuses when coll Is fouled, I W. H. H1CC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. A ft 1 Mi1 Q Mr. Krusty (angrily) -- Well, all tho fools are not dead yet. Mrs. Krusty I'm glad of that. I never did look well in black. $&& Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's Pink 1'oln Tablets. See full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Each man has troubles of his own, The distribution's just; Be thankful that no ono has yet Devised a trouble trust. m m ., 1, Undertaker. Embatmor and Poaler In.Harness, Saddlery, 1 !f. STANFORD, raout, 1ST. KY-M- tr Horn flioue 8. Preveutlcs - those Candy Cold Cure Tublets will safely an ' quickly check all colds and tho Grip. Try them once and see! old by Pennys Drug Store. o. U A.lVIUg UU1S, 8. M.OWENB.McKlnney.Ky. Hred by Col. Hull Anderson, McKlnney, Ky. This stnlllon Is dark luiy, 4 eurs old, ID hands Inch high, with t of Imhui, action, a very he ivy inane nnd tall. Head IiIshi11. greound you will see he Is us well bnd one its you citu nnd lit county. DaIiiiiiswiis sired by (tecllluli Chief, 1st by dum by Ultlmus, 2nd dum (til (Jill's Vermont: dum by Huld rd dam by bay Dick; ntockliigs, NOTK. In offering the services of this young stnllluu, I feel that he Is what we need to Improve our stock. Ho litis ti ecdliig.sWe, nnd uctlon. Hu will get horses Uine, sK-eMg enough to work, sell and also to muke brood niarei. See hi in liefore you breed and you will breed to tilm. Hu Is well enough bred to get trotters. TKIIM8. Will stand lilm at low price of 110 to Insure living cult. Service fee due when colt Is foaled, mure traded, sold or bred to other slock. At same time and place the two good mule lacks, Jim Porter aud llrlgnoltu. You all know bow these lucks breed. TKHMrf.-- tH to insure a llvlug colt. Money Uue as with above advertised stock. It. B. WJUDDKH, McKlnney, Ky. 11 1 DRLMAS. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SEStyles up to tho minute Trices boyond competition. Wo also stato that our Bpriug Lino is now complete. To suve monoy, coma aud seo and bo convinced. Our Spring Lino of Bhoos for Ladies, Misses uud Children and our liuo of Gent's Shoes will certainly please. Hanait and Walkover linos are hummers and nro strictly reliable. Yours for an honest deal, CllARLWJ WlIHKLF.R. i If