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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 28, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909052801_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 28, 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. ,11 t 'i vol. XXXVII. HIGHLAND. The Interiop Journal, STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, CHURCH MAY 28. 1909. MO. 26. MATTERS. WEWS ROTES. Monroe county, Ind., went Rich Young has a big contract for miking tobacco sticks. Farmers are making use of the wet weather by setting out tobacco plants. A large acreage will bo raised. Misses Graco Young and Annlo Ilutt have returned from school at Stanford. Quito a number of our people will attend the dedication of the new Metho-dichurch at Eubanks Sunday. Green Young, wlfo and daughter wcro guests of Mrs. E. J. Mills Sunday. John G. Baugh has returned from Oklahoma, where ho went prospecting. He will likely return with his family this Fall. James Heed Is working at Cook & Humphrey's mill near Humphrey. J. W. Cook and II. F. liorton wero at homo Sunday. C. M. Jones, of Maywood, spent Sunday with the family of C. M. Young. J. II. Acton and family, of Waynes-burvisited his brother, W. G. Acton. Uev. George F. Thompson, of Eubanks, was here with his daughter, Miss Ina, who was en routo to Stanford to take it g, The Salvation Army will endeavor to convert China. The now $20,000 Christian church at London will bo dedicated Sunday, Ilev. J. D. McKeohan, State evangelist, commenced a series of meetings at tho Baptist church, London, Tuesday, The Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly at Uentonvillc, Ark., adopted strong resolutions In favor of prohibition. (lev. J, It. Henry has resigned tho Prespnstorato of tho Kcntucky-avenubyterian church at l'aducah on account o "dry" by a small majority. A woman was fined $930 for selling whisky at Jackson. Daniel Webster, an aged citizen of Owen county, Is dead. Commissioner of Labor Ncill is in At lanta making an efTort to settle the railway firemen's strike. Four miners wcro killed by falling rock in the Coahulla mine, near Porto Itico, n mining camp east of Joplln, Mo. "Dick" Johnson, race horse man and well known in sporting circles, shot and nlmost Instantly killed himself at New- IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Mrs. Fannie Heard, of the Casey Creek Section of Casey, Is dead, aged 80. Geo. Tucker, a veteran Union soldier, died at his home at Merrimac of pneumonia at tho age of C9. John McChord, son of Hon. W. C. McChord, of Springfield, is to be valedictorian of tho Senior Class of Centre An Ideal Walking Oxford. Ve!sod jolt Extension of The Cumberland Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly completed its work at Uentonvillc, Ark., and adjourned to meet next year at Dickson, Tenn. The 24th annual Southern Harmony Singing was held Sunday at Hon ton, Marshall county, and it is estimated that 8,000 people from all surrounding counties were present. Tho singing was conducted by J. It. Lemon, editor of the Mayfleld Messenger. A port. The battleship Mississippi made a run from Natchez to New Orleans, traveling the 297 miles in 14 hours. In closing its convention nt Boston tho Order of Railway Conductors choso Jacksonville, Fla., as the place for the next biennial meeting. Mrs. Anna Cleveland Hastings, widow of Ilev. E. P. Hastings, and a sister of for.ner President Grover Cleveland, is dead at Hartford, Conn. John Carter, an old soldier, and three children of his daughter, Mrs. Lcla Shaw, were burned to death in a Are which destroyed the Shaw home at Eldon, la. Dorris, with 10 The gasoline passengers on board, capsized In tho middle of the Yazoo Canal near Vicks-burMiss., and seven person are believed to havo been drowned. Lovett Davis, a Negro, charged with attempting to commit a criminal as- white girl at Pine sanlt on a DIulT, Ark., was taken from the jail nt midnight by an unmasked mob of 300 men and hanged to a telcpraph pole. President Lewis, of tho United Mine Workers, has declined to approve the strike called in the Kanawha coal field by officials of tho West Virginia miners' organization. About 0,000 men arc said to have obeyed the strike order. Senator James U. McCreary, chair man of the Goibel Monument Commission, say-- the monument of Governor Goebel in tho State Cemetery will not be unveiled in June. The postponeand made because of ment the illness of Arthur Goebel who is in Arizona. Five children taking part in n drill at the commencement exercises at Cave City were so badly burned that it is not believed they can live. The accident was caused by one of the little girls dropping an electric cnndlc In her hand which ignited the light whito dress she was wearing and in turn set firo to the clothing of tho other children near. Tho Supreme Court of tho United States decided the case of the Adams Express Company vs the Commonwealth of Kentucky, involving the right of tho company to ship liquor into n local option county, contrary to the law of the State, In favor of tho company. Tho case Involved the shipment of whisky from Indiana and Tennessee to for which the company was lined $50 for each otTenso by the circuit court of Hart county. Sheriff Shipp, Deputy Sheriff Gibon and four other residents of Hamilton county, Tenn , were declared to be guilty of contempt of the Supremo Court of the United States, in combining u conspiracy in 190o to lynch a Ne gro named Johnson, sentenced to death for criminal assault. Johnson was lynched after he had been granted an appeal by tho Supreme Court. Sen tence will bo passed upon the six men next Tuesday week. The opinion of the court was handed down by Chief Justico Fuller. Justice Pcckham pre' pared n dissenting opinion, which was concurred in by two other members of record-breaking g, t the teacher's examination. Put of Casey, is here with his War-fiel- broth-cr- s. C. D. and L. S. Warfleld. Mrs. W. J. Moran, of Turnersvillc, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Young. As Usual. He bought n hoc, a rake a spade, Somo little seeds to sow, At Unt ho got the garden mado And saw the green things grow. Ho worked the rows and beds eachday; Ksch littlo plant ho knew. And as ho smiled nml sweat away Oh, joy, how fast they grew. No flnoli came down to wash them out; No frosts to kill or blight; No neighbor's chickens scratched alwut. No kino strayed in at night. Each seed ho planted did its best And not n one did rot-- No other garden, cast or west, Such vcg'tables begot. Hut still this man did not enjoy These vcg'tables so new, For every night a neighbor's boy Stole what the garden grew. Partnership. ? A tickling or dry cough can be quickly lookencd with Dr. Shoop's Editor John Henry Thomas, of the Cough Itemody. No opium, no Casey County News, to show hid dove-tio- n nothing unafo or harsh. for his wife, gives this good advice Sold by Penny's Onig Store. to the husbands of Casey county: At the early morn thou shalt aspire to get up first and light the fire. Not chlo-rofor- Said the baseball bug To tho lazy germ, "We're getting closo To the heated term. When the skies will shine Like a sheet of flame, And the crowds will gather To watch tho game. I'll chase the players From basu to base While you tempt men To a shady place. Where they can gaze Till their souls enthuse And yell at the umpire All they choose. We'll show the world On n summer hour How the smallest may oft Exert most power. The statesmen grent And the financier Will yield to the spell As we draw near. In ntTairs we will be A leading lirm," Said the baseball bug To the Inzy germ. College EJ Young, a young man working on tho section at Hazel Patch, Laurel county, was found dead in two feet of water In Hazel Patch creek. Suit has been filed at Frankfort to force the Coal Company, with mines in Bell and Knox counties, In the hands of a receiver. Senator W O. Bradley will deliver a speech at tho Laurel County Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 25. His subject will be "The Mountains of Kentucky." Mrs. Clarence Owens, who was a daughter of Dr. Harvey Glass, of Somerset, died at her home in Oklahoma. Tho remains were interred at Danville. James Picrcy was shot three times and severely wounded by John Burchett, It is alleged, near Seventy-SiClinton county. Burchett escaped after the Uell-Jellic- o x, Eift VERY SWELL. Ktsct P.epmdu .ton f ziK.r,:T &M i' StiV Shoe. OXFORDS - t Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for Schlegel, a widely-knowphotographer and one of themost prominent known citizens of Richmond, Is dend of paralysis. He once ran a photograph gallery in Stanford. G. S. Dudley, n merchant and business man of Burnsidc. was instantly killed In an overturning caboose of one of the Stearns Coal Company's trains. Five other persons wcro hurt. Miss Viva Thompson, daughter of formerly of this James Thompson, place, but now of Drakcsboro, gradc-ate- il from tho business department of Liberty College, Glasgow, this week. n well-know- shooting. J. Louis Men. women and London Sentinel. As tho result of a friendly scufilo ov er the possesion of a knife by Alex Rose and Wade Hurd, young farmers of Madison county, Rose was brought to Richmond In a critical condition, having received severo slashes across the back of the neck. Both parties claim to have been playing. Children. Central University debating team CH01CEG00DS. k:H points. Konlfil Mny 6. ll"S.liliirWwllhlilt IVllinn.lv Mnil liy WomlrrW. h "? '"K Tom.heliy IMkiiMi. Inltliiniriwnnulljvii-lir- l M7 by import"! Jumlxt. Will niiki tlifl ttntun of IWM nt my fnrni th Illnck iilk inllrt from lltilonlllonmum, to lii.ur.-- . ul for JvnnrU nml liu for nt tatulMitvriil other Juck 110 110 I will alio to l talllon rormarr. AlMi-ra- l lii.uroalHlnit colt, tlrnn furnllil at ll wltli Jriiii-uniiinrtimt month. r - iiirfrtU th Iniurnnc ami money .in, , K IlAl1MAN, llu.loinlll.-- . Ky, itl litaktu RED LEAF I'tininploh show itiilllou of Krnluci). TVitipIo Hill Hlia-- Farm. Hirt of lien lliir, wlnnrr of grand Vork, Ijiily llnl walk-tro- t c'aM.I'hlraao, titiil tlir k. rey mid that won lli- iiddT Fair. linrm-i- amicluwa lux. at tho Kentucky htnte .how hore more ami team, than any italllonlii Kentucky ami n rimkI one, or lAto Imureacolt. kvM-Inlifiih-cln- any morning Bhalt thou miss bestowing on thy wife a kiss. If in the night the baby cries, thou shalt the infant tran- quihze. Thou shalt tako care thy wife can And her pocket book with bills well Thou shalt not criticise her lined. cakes, her cooking nor the bread sho makes. Thou shalt not rail at Eastertide to keep her with new hats supplied. A sacred duty thou Bhalt deem, to treat her daily with ice cream. Thou Bhalt not speak in temper rash if she desires some extra cash. Thou shalt not come homo full at night with lamo excuses for thy plight. This is the 10th thou shalt not chide, hut by her laws thou shalt abide. If to theso 10 she adds 10,000 more, abide. . s won over Georgetown College in the annual intercollegiate debate by n vote of three to two. Both teams put up weighty arguments in n masterful man ner. 1 he question uebated was, "Resolved, That the Fifteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution Should Be Repealed." Central defended the negative issue. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. What's Going to be Done About It ? Editor Interior Journal: The m l.ca.hattl..ol.erOcefif)()i(i)Aui( llarrmUliurif, ky. nw at ". Will make nii.- Northwr.t of Htanford, Ky.. at IIS Illack Joe to liuuru a llvlmt colt.urvatett wddloU lur Kentucky aUI; I'rvttull UK. lat llon,hliy Wnaliliialon Bit Illack Joe' ilani ftl tla in l.uclle by Meaaensvr IXsiiiiiurk: ermont Uoblnion'a llettle llohlmon br n ry line Inillttilual; II auiblettinUn: l" la l&H lunula, lilack w lib one w hllu fool i ataml fliiaiiddlr old; wvlubt Ijurt uouiidi.il very abowy lnhnrneaa.of lineal) lea mi mid jour J on action. Kee liltit "henion iluu If mare- It trailed or parted taken to mold acciwith. All euro will wcur. dents, but not Htatifon., Ky. iu Black Joe" lneeaoiii "r - Lived 152 Years. Win. Parr England's oldest tho third time at l'.'O, worked in tho Holds till 1.12 and lived 20 cars man-married Hon. Fontaine Fox llobbitt's assertion that tho governor can not pardon a fu gitive from justice reminds me of the fellow who was arrested and lodged in He sent for a jail for u misdemeanor. W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, lawyer and to him he unfolded his tale S; H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER of woe. "They can't put you in jail J. B. PAXTON, J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. for that offense," the legal luminsry H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER said. "But I'm already in jail," the fellow mournfully replied. Mr. BobDIRECTORS! bin's argument is a good one but the J. B. Owsley, Stanford: S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford governor has already pardoned tho fuJohn B. Foster, Stanford; YV. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan-kigitives nnd nobody is going to do anyLancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W, H. Traylor, thing about it even if he ought to be Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. imprisoned. Let Mr. Bobbitt bring tho II. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn question before the next Legislature Gooch, Gilberts Creek. and have it tested A Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 Constant Reader yr Tfc SAMPSON as... liant -nt 11 V fit- rill lillPrfl ... ...! Will IllttRU 1HW W mrnmitn on t I live. K mile Houlh 1... Wlon lack's colts won more. In . "':..'" .....,....., ii.uihiiii iniv luck 111 he county. Ills two nrat colla bate neer lioen lieaien in meir rm.. ...: f for winners V" llnfc-t and look ilka Mui f..ip Uiih Its. Ihey - T.. vinri and nuwu werer.t: ni. Kentucky Htato ralr III at Lesluutou and was 1st winners at ken. Hx. ills IWN colt andat suiural local fairs, tucivHtatv Kalr 1W and IHW colls are on home of bis 1UU7. my rami iqsuow ioriiieniaen. J.II.llAUdllMAN. Id. I'bone Htanford, Ky. Beau Naboth 45,006, By Nsabotti 10.H6. m)rHI Os.au, lij rsirviiuiirri i.utsiiiiiMi llSTY. by lininblutun-taiIn J ly MvtroHitltn 10; nl diun Joephltie ly Mninlirtuo Withers by Olher llhoroujili briHllt&tbUuiit by WaiinertSthiiaiii by Imp. Trauby) 7th Uaiu by Thornton's llattler. lieaU iimiui'i IB a liaiiusumn unj , ..iiiiuiii, I5JH hands, of great style and action ana Ileau Nalmtb'ailam Nora llauiiliinaii by has iroted his ability to luiiurt his quail. "will i'taml at'tha barn of KelU White. miles Houtli of Htanford, near Homerst-- t plko at us to lusurea a living colt. nttWoa week Mares from dl.tauee grated Money due when mare Is traded or parted with or bred eltewher. The Iwit iwrsoual care tuken, though no responsibility for or esoapes. used. Wbin advisable Impregnator will be Ky. J, M. PIOTUrl. BUntord, longer. People should bo youthful nt James Wright, of Spurlocic, Ky., young. "I feci shows how tort-maiboy," ho writes justllko a "odor taking six bottles of Electric Hitlers. For 30 years Kidney trouble mado life it burden, but tho first, bottle of this wonderful meilleloo convinced me I had found the greatest euro on the court. earth." They're u godsend to weak, sickly tun down or old people Try Rev. I. W. Williamson's Letter. them. uOo ut Penny's Drug Store Rev. I. W. Williamson, Hunting m And Finley It to contest with Powers ton, W. Va , writes: "This U to cerltem-edin a race for the Republican nomination tify that I used Foley's Kidnoy for nervous exhaustion and kidnoy "Talfor Congress in tho Eleventh. low Dick" is dead and Jim Howard is trottblo and am free to Hay that It will being taken care of by tho "reform" do all that you claim for It." Foley's administration in Louisville, and will Kidnoy Kcmedy has restored health perhaps not enter for that reason. We and strength to thousands of woak, see no reason, however, why Taylor run down people Contains no harm' should not como home and run, and add ful drugs and Is pleasant to take. to the loveliness of tho situation. Tho New Stanford Drug Co. fact that he might return to liutler Tho prediction that Immigration will county would not bar him; a CongrcS' send the population of tho United sional candidate doos not necessarily States up to 200,000.000 in the next 50 have to live In the district ho seeks to years brought out a heated debate In represent. If individual devices are to be used in mo primary wo suggest tnat tho Northern Assembly of the Presby Finley adopt a photograph of himself tcrlan church at Denver, wherein Con in full flight, und that Powers uso a grcssman uenneu, oi now lorK, a photograph of the Secretary of Stato's otllce with the blinds down. Frankfort commissioner to the assembly; Dr. W. L. McEwan, of Pittsburg; Dr. Charles Journal. t Thomson. D. D of New York, secreSmashes All Records. tary of the board of home missions, and As an laxative tonlo and others participated. houlth-bulldno other pills can compare with Dr, King's New Life Pills. The cleverest Imitation of real Cof-fThey tone and regulate stomach, liver ever yet made U Dr. Shoop's and kidneys, purify the blood, streng Health Coffee. It Is fine In flavor then the nerves; euro Constipation and U made In just one minute. No Dyspepsia, Ulllousnoss, Jaundice, tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made Headache, Chills and Malaria. Try from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, them. 96o at Penny's Drug Store, eta. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store 80. m y m m d er eo Kills To StopThe Flond. Tho worst foo fur 12 years of John Deyo, of Gladwin, Mich., was a run nlng ulcer. Ho paid doctors over $100.00 without benefit. Then Buck- ten's Arnica Salvo killed tho ulcer ami Bolls, cured him. Cures Fever-SoreFelons, Eczema. Salt Hhcum. Infal llblo for Piles, Uurns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns. 25c at Penny's Drugstore. s, Amiable Onlooker (to angry motorist trying tocrank an obstinate engine on a cold day) Trying to start the car, sir? Use Arnold's Buggi There is nothing better. We paint Old Vehicles and make them look like new. Get our prices. We solicit your trade. ?. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. Angry Motorist No. Can't you see I'm just boring a hole In a gallon of water? Buffalo Motorist. Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is wrong. It is the weak nerxes that aro crying out for help. Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative, und seo how quickly good health will come to you again. Test It and see! Sold by Penny's Drugstore. JFirst Tfational Sftancj Stanford, paid First Tramp What wouldyou do If you found $100,000 In your pocket? Second Tramp It ain't so much a question as to what I'd do with It but rather who'd be the first one to como Jifas along and discover the wealthy corpse. Bankers of the Seventh congressional district will meet at Frankfort to day to discuss matters of interest. m Jy. SSO.OOO. Orsamntt. S3Z Capital Stock, Surplus and 1ndiviJJ tProfili, in 'Dividends sine Organization, OFFICER. t; f9,000. $2f, SOO, Snvite 9au jfecounts on Our 7ffritt DIRECTOR!. F. Keid. J. II. Diujbmsn. M D. Elmore, J. M. Peltui. H. C, Baughman, . F. Curaasles, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robiawa, . S. Hocker, W. B. O'Banoon C. E. Tate. J. S. Hocker, President;, The $15,000 Boyd county refunding S. T. Harris, bond Issue was sold to a Catlettsburg John J. McRoberts, Cashier; $300 premium. bank at II. C. Bsughman, Asst. Caib'r The Drennon SdHum Hotel was de W.W.Sauaders, Bookkeeper, stroyed by fire, causing a $7,500 low. " mi.''wm Sw,m ' t wv ' r T.r - -- "- -- - -- , - w " If fV - The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Chicago's Income from saloons Is a year. The saloon license f 1,000 a year. eye Is CROUP trum A late and plfInjrnp topped In SO mlnntet sure with Dr. Hhonn'i Cronp Remedy. Ono (Mt will .urely prate. Nn nmltln. bo dla-- MASONS' MEET. Lincoln ft No.) F". A A. M. will meet In Mated communication on each first nnd third Monday night, of rach month, nt Tin) o'clock In their hall on main .treeet, Htntf ford.Ky. Member, of .l.ter lodge, are fraternally Invited to lie present. T. W. Pen- Wclitngf 1 UU. I! this week when the supreme court of the United States decided in tho case of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. the Adams Express Company that the latter can not bo fined for shipping liquors to this State from another, be- causo it is interstate commerce and not subject to State interference. The case involved the shipment of liquor from Tennessee to Oonnieville, in Hart county, Ky., in which the Express Company was fined $50 in each of several cases of a similar nature. A law which permits the will of a local majority to bo set at naught in this manner ought to be repealed. Prohibitory laws can make Proiubiiion pot another black POLITICAL. but slow progress so long as it remains on the statute books. Estimates show that the deficit in the State treasury will reach $1,500,000 by tho end of the fiscal year, June 30. Considering that there were $1,400,000 to tho good when tho republicans took charge, this Is going some. It is but justice to say, however, that tho last general assembly made many large appropriations without providing for their payment. It is also but justice to soy that Gov. Willson has spent $1G1,14S.99 for soldiers to suppress the night riders, much of which was a useless expense. The unveiling of the statue of Gov. Goebel has again been postponed owing to the illness of Arthur Goebel, who is in the West fighting an unequal battle with the dread tuberculosis. The monument has not been veiled for some time. It stands near the entrance to Frankfort' 8 city of tho dead, and is the object of great interest to all visitors at the capital, who loved the martyred statesman In life and revere his memory in death. We are not a very ardent admirer of Congressman Langley, of the 10th Kentucky district, but he is right in some things. His bill to prohibit the National government from issuiug liquor licenses In dry States or sections ought to be enacted into law. Maine has been "dry" for two generations, by State law, but the government in a measure nullifies its operations by issuing 358 liquor licenses in the State. It is a burning shame. The report that Gen. Johnston has resigned es adjutant general ought to be true if it isn't. It is humiliating to see this old Confederate soldier and former head of the democratic party in Kentucky playing second fiddle for an incompetent republican administration. The "general" ought to have retired long ago and begun doing penance the balance of his life for his sins to the party, which formerly so signally hon- Crawford, Owen and Madison counpower toller anil engine ami taw nington, Heo. ties, Ind., went "dry" in hot election mill lor tale. Will aril cither or both. contests Wednesday. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNOllA. KN.si.lx.Ottenhetni, Ky. Postofllce, Wnynetburg, Ky. Reports como from Casey that Henry TY FOR SALE ! Taylor wants the republican nomination A fine blue sraaa farm for .ale alttiateil on for Stato Senator from this district., new pike, nenr Point Lenvell nnd alx mile. A bank guaranty bill, differing but south ol umcn.ter, containing Mi acre., well located In irrtod neighborhood. lelnii little from tho Oklahoma law, was New Liverv part of the John walker tract, with n handpassed by tho Florida ilouso of Represome new, .exen.room residence Depot i nereon, wun an ncccssnryouitiuiiuini. ami sentatives. 96, Kood, new horn Well watered, alx never falling spring, nnd creek running Senator Beveridge has introduced nn through, TrKMH. amendment to tho tariff bill to prohibit STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 'i ca.h In tin ml. balance one nnd twoyiar. from day of .nle, benrlng tlx per tobacco manufacturers or dealers from cent Intereit until paid. I'eriom looking for neh place plena write using the coupon system to stimulato W, (I. Wai.kkh, Hlanford or ee sales. IVjton. will .tnrnl Saturday of this week, It is believed, ntI my farm nt my fine mule Jack to Insure Insures Tobacco and Tabacce Moreland, Kyal p will see the finish of tho investigation n living roil. Also will taml n standard bml registered of the Muskogeo town lot frauds, now Wilkes stntlhm and three linn younit Jack, permitted to mnret free going on before a Federal grand jury will Nothing But to my regular customer, when they breed at Tulsa. three mart-- , or more. 11. II. KINO. The post of minister to China was tendered to John Hays Hammond by The Truth Th Insurance Man, President Taft during a conference at I till !. M Ytl I Cilia t?..... ' St- - lllLll. II... STANFORD, KY. ,A on .t.flnttotu Al. I V"') icnng from Eczema, Pimples, Uanti- He.ldence Phone Mi nnice, M. dined by Mr. Hammond. d;$. g ,kin f of Insure with mo nnd le fully :' .i Free lumber was handed a knockout, protected. in the Senate, Mr. McCumber's amend- ment to the tariff KIM nlnninc? Inmhnr external use. All durggists tell ZEMC as a commodity on the free list being ! PENNY'S DRUG STORE. defeated by a vote of 23 to 50. R. D. Hunter was nominated for The n.tVtt, turrat Ami most fMlequttte stiff Kutiru ior inu iuiurt 11 n policy in Representative by the democrats of Clark. Dr. H. C. Nunnelley, who marMutual Benefit Life ried Miss Florence Tanner, of McKin-neInsurance Co. We nre In position to do nil klml. of con- It Is was nominated for coroner. economical manace. creting, .uch n Block Work, Pavement, nient.ronsDlcunu. for wilier contract., fnlr Illxrnlltv of It. The tono of the Democratic press of and. In fact, enn make tiny t htng from a dealing targe return. home down to a fence post. Wo can nerve m policyvrlth Its memlier. and nomers. the State sounds like a big Democratic you promptly nnd guarantee The company Is Just entering the majority in the coming General Assem- work nnd material. Call nnd Ret our price, SIXTY FOURTH YEAR bly. The spirit of harmony prevails, before you buy ) our mnterlnl nt lentt. of n successful business enreer with more and the State will swing back to her policy bolder. In Lincoln county than nil other companies combined. Write for e moorings this fall. Frankfort particular., staling age and whether marStanford, Ky. ried or .Ingle to , Journal. Hpecial Agt It. 31. aKWIsA-tfl).M)ert House Flats, Htnnfoi Adjt. Gen. P. P. Johnston has withjanie. i, mie. drawn his resignation as head of the Hollcllor for Ilockcaitle Co, State militia at the request of Gov. Willson. After a short vacation on his Pence, Jr., will make the season of IMA) nt y, the late Florda plantation he will return to the bnrn ofHow land, John 7.. Hpoonnmore, nt 110 toln.uren llitni mile from And our Htandard Itemedy, colt, if mnre I. traded or parted with, the You can blond and liver medicine yet knowthe Frankfort and again take up the duties I season mone: Imnmn. .. .Itm n. Greatest of ltheuumtlsm. Halt llheum, Kid..M( U... of office. Pence, Jr., bay .talllon, year, old, full IS ney Trouble nnd nil disease, arising from pood style and nctlon.by Pence, Impure blood It bns no eiunl. It Is high, Congressman William Lorimer. of hands Hleml,he hr Helmont, he It Aleinn-der'- a hehy under the pure fowl act of June Ahdnllab. the Sixth Congressional district of Illi- Korresl.Knd dam Pence'. 1st dnm br Alinont lwoLand guaranteed by the manufacturer If by flarrard Uhlef.ard dam thellemedy Is taken according to direction, nois, was elected United States Sena- by Grey Kagle, 4th dam by Copperholtom. and If he or. he 1. not benefited by the use by Kd Harlow SITS, by Pence, Jr.'. ltemedy.we will refund your money. tor at Springfield by the joint session Custelar loes,1st dam Volunteer M. KU Har- of thecan do nothing more. Kach package he by We Woburn, dnm by n of the General Assembly and the long low's lit dam by 3rd dam 2nd Mnmbrlno contains 2ut doses with n registered guaranby Mambrlno horse, contest over the Senatorship was clos- Messenger. Pence, Jr.'s 2nd dam by (Mil-- . tee nnd mailing card with full Inst "Mictions. We send It to any nddress by mall on rePence, nil .how In The election came about through Vermont. and they Jr.'. colt, lireof him ns n ceipt of I per package or six package, tor ed. up nicely knr proof If taken In lletler order n Iwx a coalition of democratic assemblymen breeder. time you might sne n big doctor', bill Mares grnied nt 12 per month; not responiiememiieriiyouinKeine Hemedy acconb republicans. and sible for accident, or escapes should any Ing to Instructions nml nre not lne!llet!, sou get sour dollar back ou will tint Sugar had its inning in the Senate, occur. nnu tne remeiy in urug stores tor sale. It C1KO. HPOOXAMOUK A HltO.. Ilowlnnd. formal consideration of that schedule I. told only by our duly nuthorlied agents. UfcUHKN U'll.LIA.MH, Agent. had begun after the lumber schedule FOR SALE 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 B. D. CARTER, Street, Phone two-ttor- )!. PEYTON. 1 wnrl(f lams. Insurance Jesse D. Wearen, "Walk-Over- " ,, .,,..,. ,j;.iJk. , J? ..!.!. "7 .'....' """"" in Tan, both Button and Lace, at $3.50 and $4; in Patents at $4 and $5; in Safeguard the Future the "Manss" Shoe we have both Tan The CONCRETING first-cla- y, old-tim- PHILLIPS BROS., PENCE, JR. At McKinney, Ky., ! mnini-fncture- d and Patent Leather at $3.50. Ladies Low Shoes, straps and pumps, we furnish in the "Ladies Walk-Oveat $3.50; "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" t- - H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. V . i; R v J r Chnmplon 6 united .addle stallion of Kentucky. Wlnnlncnt nil the Kentucky fair, Outtcnl Hneclntlst and K inert Wntchmnk- nnd also nt the lioro show nt Hurrnlo N. Y., er. located permanently ut Mc Kin ney, Ky , wun n complete emiipmem lor letting the Ht. Louis Mo., nnd KnnsnsC'lty. eye. .nlsoa thorough knowledge nnd pruc- Hired by Washington, No. 51. iicniexierience:grn(iunieiroiiilwo schools. First dnm Hell, by Hhoderlck No, lot. The Houth llend College of ODtlrs and Second l u m by Denmnrk. He l.n brown horse 1&4 hands high with Hradley Polytecnlc Institute. of Peoria, III., fine style mid ery high action. It is useless uoroiugicni ifpnrimeni. 11 you are sui to sny more about him us lheople, of this ferine from eyestrain, headache, or if you nnd the adjoining counties know his record are nervous. Irritable, those nre the Indicanan show horse nnd nl.ofor breeding pur- tion, of tome derangement of thn refrac tive system, which may often deielnp Into poses. ored him. He will make the senson of 1MV, nt my curonic or incuraoieuiseuseoi tne eye ami stable In Crab Orchard, Ky.. at the renson-Hid- e can in most case, he prevented by properly MATRIMONIAL. figure of r.M, to Insure n IHIng colt. ntted glasses. Care should I1 taken In seThe governor of Alabama will call an keen iht month. lecting your gln.tvr, to lie Injurious In extra session of the Legislature to Thomas Plummer, a widower of 29, Willwill notmnre. on gram nt 12 accident or ery mauyenses. prove Mlsntted lenses.nnd lie responsible for but sometimes fatal. is strengthen the prohibition Ian a by the and Miss Ada Hunt, 18, were married escnpeof stock. Henson or due If mnre I. sult a practical Therefore you should conoptician. Watchmaking bred to other trnded or purled with, Department. My watchmaking departlocker rooms at James Hunt's Wednesday. abolition of all stock. ment is complete In every reaped. Can do J.O. HAILKY. Jasper Gray, aged 71 years, and Mrs. and other subterfuges to evade the law. Pivoting, .tailing, lewellng and Crab Orchard, Ky. wntcli repairing In the most all kind, of skilled and If all tried half as hard to enforce the Jane Carter, a few years his junior, careful manner. Watch repairing; not prohibitory laws as certain people do to were married by Judge W. H. Phillips watch "tinkering" or "liotchlng." break them, there would be no more at Nicholasville. (No. ilTM.) Col. Bennett II. Young, of Louisville, raouthings of the thread bare assertion Vol 17 A T H by FuKn- - Muckthat "prohibition docs net brchibii." is strongly boosted for the Democratic er, Oeorgtlown, 11 Ky. Ashland Hrook wu. nomination for Governor in an deitorial fouled 1UO, solid bay with left hind foot white, stands IS, hands high. The Richmond Dispatch says that in the Jessamine News. IHAHONY Pkiuiiki.k hired by silent brool.. No. there are certain United States SenaNews comes from Hustonviile that a lWnu, record t:lAU, the slru (Mof Margaret Hatlignte.2:Il- , lleitle Hrook. z:i;.. Iji. tors, who whether they are aware of it mighty handsome West End girl will dy Hellbrook.x-i;1.Jennie Hrook. It) S;i;t. K.llloU Htone, 2:1, ljidy Hrook, i:M or not, are headed tor private lite, or bs married to a prominent yourg mid Kuuning nrook, z:). Hllent Hrook we may add for the republican party. Louisvillian. by Durkiilght, No the .Ire of Heurch. light J:(H'i Hrlghtllgbt. and Vnliia. The reference is evidently to Senator Despondent over a postponement of 2v'i. liurknlgut alretl by Alcjone No.jai; Daniel, who has declared his support of z;;a .isiuuiiu iiroua s nt'utu by Asblnnd Wilkes, Mil ;isi uam iiunn Miss Maggie Bowles, Wren record the principles of protection. Since Dan- her wedding day, committed suicide aged 18 years, at the sire of John It. (lentry, tiredHnlly IUil by git)1,: Ashlund Wilkes iel's quarrel with Bryan we have never 1HU. he by (Home Wilkes, fecund Madisonville by shooting herself thro' Wilkes. Lilly, by dnm, bide had our former admiration for him. Pretender, llil.Sni dam uy Jim jiiouroe,K. the heart. Notk. Ashlund Hrook I. nbnndiome felThe Interior Journal has tho honor low with lots of substance, hu. a told way county is to remodel its Frankun of going with .peed, .tjle nnd action. HI. court-housThe best way to remodel this issue of announcing the engage- oldest crop of colt, nro two jears old, nnd are all that shack is to burn it down and build a ment of Miss Lillie Tevis Carpenter, theygood all one could expect, they.lie, bearcolor, with plenty ot ing and new one. It is the worst ever, not even tho charming daughter of Dr. and Mrs. great style and llnlsli. Ashland Hrook will muke the present .euson ut Hi to Insure u excepting the thing Mercer county calls J. G. Carpenter, of this place, and Rev. living colt. great Will also stand Jennet Let the fiscal courts of Homer Wilson Carpenter, of Cleveland, Jack, Hilly Keene,the 110 formulo undnnd 2U a court-housmure, ut each county come to Lincoln In a few O. The wedding will occur at the Chris- for Jennet, to Insure n living colt. Hilly Keene was tired by Tom Keene; 1st dnm by dismonths and let us show them a court- tian church in Stanford at 8:30 on the the Imp. Palermo, 2d dam by Ivl Hubble'. evening of June 30th. Miss Carpenter Prince, the .Ire of Joe Ulackburn aim house that is a court-housHilly Keene stands full IS hand., is one of Lincoln county's prettiest and black, with white points and a. n breeder 1. unsurpassed n. mule or Jennet Jack, hi. colt, The Frankfort News is as badly mis- most popular young women and her always bringing the highest price.. Mare, or brtd elsewhere taken when it says that Mr. W. P. prospective husband is a prominent trailed, purted withnnd money become forfeit, the Insurance due Walton, of Lexington, Is writing the minister of the Christian church. Miss ut the time of such truntuctlon. Till, magnificently bred young .talllon will make the season of llauat my stable nt editorials of this paper as it is when it Tevis is prominent in social and church Htnnford, Ky., (better knownu.the Dr. Hal lev i) lace I nt 115 to Insure u living colt. thinks it is giving the people of Frank- circles and she will be missed by a large n Utautlful chestnut. lion Vnrrlck It (No. 2&M.) fort and Franklin county a newspaper. number of friends, who will give her up snort oncic, neavy none; in met tne fugues! tyueof the trotter. He 1. by the great On. (I, A. H. 11. It. King Uagle is IS hnndt Vol, We have engaged at an enormous ex- with sincere regret. high, dark buy with flowing inuno und tall, ward Hllver Hit;.,', that won tho S,iU Trail- goes ull the gaits with nlenty ol .need, siviu tyivuuin inasvieD neni race iiiitHiana me pense a fellow named "Friday" to tame year won the llu.no Homier Memorial und action. A Card write our heavyweights. heata Il.i.i.iii.a Ul.ul l.u l,..u..l IT!.... UK I... nnd the M . 4 M In broken K3.1UI. and sold for k Hon for Htouewall This Is to certify that all druggists by On Time, 715, he bydam Mollle Jackson, IH1.UUIt and later sold like Huanlshtjueen that bred exactly x. Hoy a I King'. 1st Mount, won the ISjoiTrantylvanln In llsn, making Senator Culberson, of Texas, de- are authorized to refund your money Ami, wu. vy wiu uoicu aire uuuueu . Isling- n record I;o7 and wa.clns.el us one of the Hip, lit livered a great Bpcech in defense of the If Foley's Honey and Tar fall to cure ton K. H. King Kagle1. he livdam Klmr neft, big four, of being the greatest money Old .ho by Kflule, Illrd. luls. Ka. winner, on the one of circuit la.t year. Ongrand democratic policy of a tariff for reve- your cough or cold. It stops the cough, gle. 7io. 2d dam by lied I. 3rd dnm by ward Hltverl. by llnrrts' lieumurk. he by Miller 'a Denmnrk. est nnd bett sonsOnward, one of the great nue, while his colleague, Senator Bai- heals the lungs and prevents pneuof George Wilkes. On i, till dam by Jim Hell (thoroughbred.) ward's dam was the dam of Director, the ley, was voting a tariff on iron ore. The monia and consumption. Contains no it Notk. King Kuglelsncoinbiiiedslulliciu, Ire of trotter, thut breeder of line colored and high styled cers.of Don great fuinllydnm wa. by nnd paWllke. vnrrlck'. lit junior Texas Senator seems to be prone opiates. The genuine Is in a yellow colts, they ull having cite, style nnd action. Hoy, by George Wilkes, full sister to The Ho tired tho colt thut won the ISO stake ut Wag to go wrong since his mix up with package. New Stanford Drug, Co. r.lS'.i, and half sitter to Madeline theHtuuford Falr.and the tluittukeut defeating here four ol the get of the Pu tuhen, the dum of Itubber, 2;K, Winches, Standard Oil. greut Hex 1'cuwne. This get of King Kugle. ter. Kli;. Hilly by'll,oni:SO, und ills. It ::); (ml Hogg's (Irey h'agle, the Congressmen are not In sympathy wu. second lit the stake ut llurrodsburg dum dam Mary, oIThe WuglllS1, 21 entries und defeated Tub president very sensibly told tho with tho Secretary of tho Navy's plan with this stake two out of threethe colt that the dam ol HubU'r Silu, Madeline Putchen, Winchester iilvs, won shows, ill. Mis. It.susi. "more daylight a day" enthusiasts that to economize by curtailing tho number colts nre In demand, bring the highest prices. Hilly Wilton x:i. undproduced Dr. Conner Don Vnrrlck'. dam King Kugle will muke the present .oitouiit that paced u publlo half mile on the losing, he would not monkey with the time and of cruisers and smaller vessels in his the low price of IIS to Insure u living colt Will stand the greut Jack, Jim N. truck nt la month. Inl :UN4 und .old to that they would have to go to Congress building program, and say that it would neeue, nlsoiiuior mares aim mulelor Jennet, tonW, Iliiblnger, of New HaMii, Conn., for iju ui producel Igo thut with their proposition. As that body is be bettor to build but one new first-cla- to Insure a IHInij colt. Jim Keene, sired by ll.nii. Hhenlsomile on tho .Maggie truck ut Id in" Hivm iuiij ixturiir, isiuiim uy uie imp, trotted n half nnd .old for same given to humbuggery It may help them battleship and several smaller John Wells 2nd dam by lUeeher JlmKeeiie month. In illthe rloli Please note luherltuiioe of swcd is 1M, hands high, black with white points, u to humbug in the matter of time. fighting vessels. on iKith .Ides not ii missing link for uener. great mil e luck. All of the uhove mentioned ttock will utlons. llreed to this fellow und you can't mis. the three thing eery breeder look, .table The Pennsylvania Is the largest raill'ains of women, head pulns, or any make the season of luvon ut our he I by city for .lie, your and look.. Heu him laifore sKtd mile. West olHtunford the H mare., Heuion pike. Mare, traded, parted with or bred Uioklng road system in tho country, having a pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with elsewhere forfeit, the luturume and money when mure, nre luirted with money due or br.nl to another horse. Mure, kept at 10 cent, per mileage of 10.075.7S. This Is the road Ur. Shoop'sPlnkT'aln Tablets. See Iwconie. due ut the time of such transaction. day and all caro taken but will not be reon which no passenger was killed last full formula on 25c Uox. Sold by Pen- For further Information call on or uddret. sponsible fornccldenUorescaie.. UOHT. WOODH, H.T.HAUKia u.ii. rcaar. year, and only 102 Injured. ny's Drug Store. Phone 72, King 8, Htanford.Ky. HUnford, Ky. had been laid aside temporarily. Senators Foster and McEnery, of Louisiana, both democrats, bore out the theory that the tariff is a local issue by advocating, in extended speeches, a high duty on sugar of all grades. Senator Shively, of Indiana, in his maiden speech, made a general attack on the the pending tariff bill. REON922. Vol.11. JAMES N. DYE, S3 63 Prescription Pointers ! ASHLAND BROOK, 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. INSURANCE. R. B. Wehave the goods, the equipment, the perience. ex- - y To-le- r. e. e. Hrlg-noll- a. Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life. Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without count. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, , Stanford, Kentucky. Are You Going To Build ? While wo nro licro to build tho Lincoln county court liouso nnd, rhoulil tho building fovcr strike you, why not have a littlo talk with us? Wo nro u a better position to build you a liico DON VARRICK. Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being nble to buy nil materials cheaper nnd therefore are in position to put n building up for n considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too small mid tho distnnco will not stop us from figuring with you, niattcm not where you live. Wo invito nuy projective builder to give us a trial. Wo furnish all plrnis auy specifications for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. KING EAGLE. Vur-ric- FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. Ijiii-cast- OUR tlia LAWN FENCE p) is u lees expcilelvo and kttcr fenco wood. Moro ornamental, dura-bi- o and n timo eaver nn you need no saw, lininnicr and nnilri to keep it in ss 1 !'. repair. Call at our store, see tho lienutiful fabrio nnd gates nnd let ua show you tho low prices on a good fenco job. u. GEORGE H. HARRIS, Stanford. 3 1 No. 1247. No. 1241. No. 13r)0. No. 1 1 Values Extraordinary. Mulberry Self Stripo 8u!t t'uo 34, worth 130 now $10.70. lfl.7G, Green Self Stripe suit siro 30, worth 130 now Orccn Self Stripo Suit Uo 1 No. (1052. No. ftOSO. Green and whito stripo Meraalino worth 822.50 now $15. 1 1 Silk Princess 8ult, sue 36 H).50 31, worth 830 now $6.7C. If n rcnl wiving appeals to you; rend thin list of reductions on very de- Old Ilosc Mewnlinc Silk Princess Suit sue 30, worth now 813.75. 1 1 11321 sirable merchandise. Hoo Self Stripo Suit sire 31 worth $10.50 now $10.76. colors nnd fnbricK. now Iniing ihuwn. Every garment bought thin season; Almott identical In of the newest No. 10KI. style nnd color to tlio Fnll models No. 1321. Ulack Silk Bcngaline Coat, sire 30 worth $22 now 15. Come nnd look these over they are poitivoly the great- est bargains you ever saw. No. 7408. Green Stripe Novelty Suit (cont skirt,) size 31 worth $22.50 now 14.50. now $15. 1 Grey Stripe Novelty Suit size 34 worth $25 SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btakfoiid, Ky., Uruic Store. LinnEY cut glass & SON. of those long seasons m m STANEORD KY. Malvaney was appointed super- at Mueller's. mm Tins May. Is one in S, J. - Wedding and graduating presents of quality at Mueller's. m - May 28, 1900 Ice ckeam soda water at Penny's PERSONALS. Hill Is ill with typhoid is 4 Miller vcr. W. M. fe. ImLex-Infjto- DUNCAN thoucht to be went to proving. MR. J. II. BAUOIIMAN n yesterday. Mrs. J. E. Buck C. Leo In Knoxvllle. is vlsltmic Mrs. L. A. D. Boot, Is Jh., of Boosevelt, Okla., Miss Frances CoorEii Is visitlnK Mrs. It. H. Youne in Louisville. Cou George D. Weatiierford, of Danville, was In town Wednesday. Miss Effib Bauoiiman has returned from visit to Danville relatives. here with the homofolks. Mrs. Maiiy Penny visited her son, Dr. W. B. Penny at Danville. Hev. Clarence J. SirrLE, of is with hi parents at Jumbo. Mr. W. L. McCartv and family have moved into the Col. Hillproperty.whlch he recently bouRht. W. M. Bright, of tho Lin-- , Lon-"'do- n, I i coin County National Bank, Cashier Is suffer-innfro- m MR. ClIARLEtf Gancloff orders his paper changed back to Waynesburg from Lexington. They all want to return to Lincoln county. Mr. W. M. SworE, of Lexington, callTuua-day- . Vimli this ctRes sn apprwtated cordial reception Ho met with a from his many friends hero. Mtss Charlotte Metcalf, who has . been with her cousin, Miss Frances Metcalf, In Boyle, passed through to her home at Pinovillo Tuesday. Misses Fannie Youncj and Zora Baugh, who havo been attending at Barbourville, will return to their homes near Highland . Mesdahes J. H. Baugiiman and Mcltob-ert- s Nevln Carter and Miss Dollio attended the meeting of the gradof Hamilton College at Lexingcol-le- y Mr. John Owsley Beid left yestcr-damorning for Pittsburg. Pa , to take a position in the great electrical house of Weatinghouse. Mr. Joshua D. SworE. democratic nominee for circuit clerk, is attending court and catching on to the work he will do after Jan. 1. Va., stopped over a short while hero on his way to West Baden. Ind. Mon-teMrs. M. E. Fish and crandjon, of Crab Orchard, were guests of Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. MR. ANU Mrs. Sam KotilNSOS have In the Aldridtre Konc to housekeeping cottage on HlRhcatlon Street. Pnor. J. W. Irelanp is representing Diadem Lodge. No. 81. K. of P., at tho district convention at Itichmond. of Lebanon, Mrs. Ben and Dr. Clem Spalding, of Louisville, visited Mr. W. B Hill and family. John Jones, of Stoncga, ncuralcia. z. Dunn & Adams, tho Danville real es- signed. tate men, will have another big lot sale Frank M. Andrews has been selected Lots of tobacco plants for sale. B. on Saturday, June 12. to design and build the new Capitol at F. Cain, Stanford It. K. No. 3. Helena, Munt. Andrews was architect Kentucky grown millet seed $1.25 Strawiierries, green beans and to- per bushel while they last. Jas. D. of the new Kentucky statehouse. matoes at J. D. Horton's Kestaurant. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. 2t. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIOnly three more days of Spring and The L. & N. will run an excursion NEERING. then "good old Summer time" will be to Cincinnati Sunday at $1.75 for the hero. rcund-trip- . Train leaves Stanford at I mil prepnrrd toilonll klndaof mim'ylng and civil tnitlm-erliipromptly. My work Hill be KUfirHnlml nnd my prlcca lire For Sale. Cow peas and German 5 A. M. Wrltu me at MrKlmiev or cnll me millet seed. C C Carpenter, Huston-villyour millet seed over the telephone through the lluitonvllle Don't WAIT.-Or- der KxchniiKe. $1.25 per bushel is less than VAI.TEIl M (.KINNEY. AN Infant daughter of Joe Daugherty market value. Jen. D. Shelby, Junc2t. died of stomach troublo and was buried tion City, Ky. Wednesday. For Sale. Pure S. C. Brown LegIienler In nnd Manufacturer ot Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist and opti- horn eggs. Improved laying strain. Ky. cian. Office over II. J. Mcltoberts' Mrs. It L. Berry, Hustonville, Marbto and Cranito MonuPhone S3-- rings. clothing store. ments, . Mnrkrra nnd I'otta, Oemetery anil Lnwn prices. In the wrestling match at the opera Veaeiiand hvtteen. (Mice nnd worka, Screen doors at money-savinKy. We include a box of fixtures with each house Wednesday evening, Clauda Bibb got the decision over Lloyd Pcrrin. He door. G. D. Hopper. won the first and third falls. I will have another hat sale SaturHlncfc Jack, with white point, heavy Ixxl v himself H Eventually you will use Denham's nnd tone.HeKm provenWitln. lat damNo. day. Every hat goes at a reduction. I by Hlack l.revder. premium jncK of Madlaon ; his Rex Coal in your cook stove. Why rot Miss Ella May Saunders. MorKnn.out oln Jennet mi begin now and save tho difference ? iliilii by John Will oUind nt my plncent by Joe Highllliicxburn. Taxes. The tax books for vjvj ore Yards at Stanford and Rowland. land nt Iftfor homo mule nnd 7 for ram n mule. Lln retained on col l to tecure Come in and get your ro- now ready. money. Any one desiring stenciling dono in ccipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. TOM U.WILLIAMS, m m Mi Highland, Ky. curtains, waists, etc., will Bee me at Kecleaned Kentucky grown German Chas. Wheolcr Emporium, Hustonville, 2o per bushel. Jas. D. GOLD BOND Millet Seed each Friday. Gable W. Bradshaw. Hneedyaon of the Wllkea family. Fonled 2U Shelby, Junction City, Ky. Mny 0. 1mm. MHK-ltMr. It. B. Mahony, the hustling inRond, ed Hed Wllkei. Old The Theatorium continues to draw surance man, has installed the hand- Ueorite Wllkea. Ksdlek' Ilamh etonlnn. 1AM. aiulettn wllkei ithe grenteitllv- Change of pictures every crowds. somest office fixtures wo have Been in iiik aire oi irouerm. uaiii i'. r ujay Monday, Wednesday and Friday night. a long timo. They are of the latest and (old for more money thannny hone ever brought to Boyie county). 3rd dam M. (lit. Klmore produced For Sale, 00,000 Brazilian and Ber- most improved build and are as conven- other better than Sill), bbu Idol and two l In the old brood mare Mat. ient as they aro pretty. muda potato plants, 20c per 100; $1.75 This rolt U a hamlaome, dark hay, 16.3 of great nnd atyle. Can per 1,000. W. S. Wlgham, Moreland, Property owners aro notified that hnnda; forty clip,aultnnce any truck hand ahow n without 4U Ky. nanuied.anould is an ordinance in effect requiring ling, la level neaueti.eaaiiyand pecl to thero pi transmit gret form, atyle his I. O. O. F. All members are urged the cutting of weeds on the navement colts, which ahould aell rendlly nt fancy price,. Will make the aenton of lutinl my to be present Friday evening at 7:30. and grass plots of their property. Chief fnriu inldnny between Innvlllo aril Htnn-foon the Miort pike at III) to In.ure it llv-IBusiness of importance J. W. Ireland, of Police Carter will call on all parties colt. Will bo handled for apeed after whose weeds aro not cut at once. HHKn. Secretary. A. (J. T. H.M1TH. K. K. l. No. ?. Ilox SI. stankohii, Ky. I'honellH A, Inmllle. I wish to thank from tho depths of THE aged mother of John Stringer died at his home on Hanging Fork and a grateful heart tho good people who was buried in the Campbell burying helped me in the sickness and death of my husbind. I hopo thoy will be reground Tuesday. warded in the world to come for their II. B. Wilkinson says he is still at good deeds. Mrs. William Gilliland, his old stand at Singleton's store ready Milledgcville. to wait on the people with the choicest ii SeeTiibKrause Riding Cultivator. of fresh meats. Givo him a call. It has everything on the market beat. THE Ladies' Aid Society of tho Chris- in the way of a riding cultivator. The tian church of Moreland will givo a pivot axle is a practically two in one strawberry and Ice cream supper to- plow. Can plow as good on rolling land morrow, Saturday night. Everybody as on level. Don't fail to see it bea mi e. y. intendent of the Virginia and Southwestern railway, vice S. P. Peltcs, re- L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin New Goods! Tint received a line of Ladies' Collars and Cords for neck in Harry Jacobs, Wash Belts, Belting, Barrettes, Ribbons Also nice line of Children's and Ladies' Hose in all colors. Gloves in Kid nnd Silk. Belt Pins, Benuty Pins, itc. Wo carry the very newest that the market can nflbrd and our prices nrc right. Como in and all colors nnd sizes. in nil Colore, Qualities nnd Widths. 3 inepect. Wo can save you money on Ladies' Skirts and Linea Wash Suite. g CURLEY. 1 HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., in -- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. aeii-o- m IT ISN'T YOU ALONE I Wc want the custom of jour friends; quite as much as wo want yours; and wo propose to sell them by pleasing you. When you come to us for your ... Dinwiddie & SUMMER SUIT, we ore going to give you so good a one for your money bo ... that much or We have Co., little wo sell. that you'll be glad to tell your friends about us, nnd about the clothes After nil that's the best kiud ot advertising there is. Hustonville, Ky., up-to-d- ate just received another shipment of nobby patterns nnd they are the "PILE OF ST LK" make. Invi ed. fore buying. E. T. Penco. i i 1 school at Boulder, Montana. As stated in theso columns a few weeks ago, Miss Moncfeo will bo married In June. OUR people will bo delighted to learn teach that Miss Frances Adams will Graded trm in tho Stanford many School. At the request of her friends hero the Board of hducauon oi tho Hustonvlllo Graded School reieascu uates ton this week. Miss Mary McKoherts has been elected to succeed Miss Lucile Menefce as music teacher for tho blind In tho ..,,,. her. Mrs. It. L. McKechnie. who was li!.. KMnnt llnmmonds. of Hubble, has our thanks for a copy of tho special edition of tho Tampa, Ha., morning Tribune, which is as largo as all out doors. She Bays that sho and her are still delighted with their southern homo. J. I. White and son, Hobart, of Stanford, were In town Friday en routo homo from a trip to Cumberland coun-tGeo. D. and Jesse Wearen, or Stanford attended county vurt hero Monday. Miss Nell Wright, who has been attending school at Stanford, returned homo Sunday. Liberty News. hus-ban- d y. ticular. . The Maccabees of Kingsville will give an Ico cream and strawberry supper at that placo Saturday night week, Juno Cth. Go and ejijoy yourself, A good band of music will bo on hand. M. D. Smith, Milton Trimble and Dan Hes ter compose the committee in charge and thoy will seo that you havo a good time. ii By ogreement among them the following grocery stores now closo at 7 o'clock in the evening and will continue to do so until Sept. 1: W. 11. Higgins, . Tilts ofllco has been given tho order M. O. VanDeveer, J. M. Phillips, Geo. to print the catalogues of tho Lincoln D. Hopper, Geo. II. Farris, E. L. Rein-har- t, G. Singleton, T. D. Newland. County Fair to bo held at Stanford July 21, 22, 23. It will bo a book of 100 or Hon. M. J. Fanning, the more pages and thousands of them are temperance lecturer, addressed a good to bo distributed over Central Ken- audience at the court-hous- e here Wedtucky. . nesday evening. Mr. Fanning is an inWe hopo tho grand jury will spare teresting talker and presents facts and neither timo nor energy in its effort to figures without tiring his hearers. A Indict tho blind tiger operators here collection was taken up which went to and elsewhere In the county. That whis- tho W. C. T. U. ky Is being sold, there is no doubt and Hickson. Mr. N. J. Hickson, of the sellers can be punished If duty is Rowland, dropped dead at Lorctto, Ma fully done. rion county, Wednesday afternoon. Ho Our people are looking forward with was about CO years old, a good citizen much pleasure to tho Elocutionary Con- and a consistent member of the Christest which will bo held at Walton's Op- tian church. Besides his wife, five era House on the evening of June 10th. grown children aurvlvo. Mr. Hickson Miss Polly Traylor has the entertainwas working for tho L. & N. in the cament in charge, which Is a guaranteo pacity of carpenter when the end came. s in every par- The burial will occur that it will bo well-knowfirst-clasmm Those papers that oro printing (air dates will please make tho Stanford fair dato July 21 threo days instead of July 31 three days, as most of them now have it. Your attention is called to tho magnificent farm of 435 acres advertised in this Issuo by Hughes &Swinebroad, the Lancaster Heal Estato men. If you are thinking about buying a farmdriveovcr and look nt this splendid boundary. Photographs, cheap and durable, at my residence in Darsttown, where I am prepared to do all kinds of work from post cards to large family groups. Views of residences and stock made on All work warranted. short notice. Cash with order. Frank Cordier. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of G ALTON 12910. Henaon of 1HV. Hire of Calvin O. S:1V4, Al llurna. ond aUothera with trlnla from i:su to 2:ltt, tho.enre t he only oneathnt were eer handled fur apeed. AUo the aire of one ilnm with one In the list. Hired bydnmbeltiiWII-keaS:l',tbolreo- f Hn the SUA) list. 1ft In 2:10 nnd better, claimed to be the grenlcit aire la the world, lat dam Halay Field (grand dam of S with recorda of from 8:17 to JHH'jl by Knneld 3:!V, aon of HambletonMn lu.diim liyHeeley'a American Htar. Knneld tinaflln S:U, hladaughtera hnu n In ::, or butter, 1m dam Oulckatep by Kentucky I'rlnce. Jr.. aire oIJ.Q. S:17k, IS In the Hat 8nl lii in by bid Joe, aire of the dam of J. . s:!7t4 (liuton rarrlea the blood of four lending ramllleatllauibletunlan.WUkea.Mumbrlno Chief and Heeley'a American Htar. tlalton'acolta have gone ngnlnat and defeated the beat In barneaa claatea nnd rond-ite- r rlnga.ther are In great demand, idling aa high an 1 1.mi utter maturity, yearlings from I1SO tottttn. Onltonwlll atand nt my table mllea Weil of lluatonvllle on pike nt IIS to I inure a 11 lug colt. Money due If mnre la truded after being bred. Plenty of grnaa ut IJ.50 per month, mi ed ex. prvaaiy lormnrea, nooinersiocumixeawiin mare a, have grna lota and large (table, for marea to loai. urain leu ut coil. 1'lione In residence, Iluitonv Hie Kicbunge, W.M. DUUIi, lluitonvllle, Ky, :, :) COUNTRY in - PRODUCE f.-j- j:i Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford- - BROWN HANLEY RIDING CULTIVATORS ! Brown Mauley Pivot Axlo Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at 27.50. Brown Mnuley Pivot Gang Cultivator, 4 Shovel and 2 Bull Tongues nt $27.60. Thceo cultivators havo Wen in uo here for several The regular price on tho in every reepect. years and nre strictly PivotGang is 828 nnd tho Pivot Axle $!U. Tho reason that I nm offering thcH) plows nt tho alwvo prico is that I am overstocked. Cnll and sec before buying. LOCALS. - Wright. James A. Wright, a former V ' Cook & resident of Stanford, died suddenly of CLOTHE3 heart disease at Lexington Monday! Farmer. night, aged 01. His wife, a daughter, A GOOD tobacco bed for sale. J. B. Mrs. Dr. W. It. Cundilf, of Somerset, Camenlsch, Stanford. and ion, Dr. Charles It. Wright, of So- -, now ready and waunee, Tennessee, survive him. Tho Beudinq plants are remains were taken to Somerset for we are ready to put tbem out. Ed French cleaned. T burlsl. F. Lippert and C F. Hutchison wero fined $150 for shooting. Crit Smith, S. B. Chevolette and Anderson Carr were acquitted of tho charges of selling whisky. Fronia Brown, colored, was fined $120 and giv en 10 days in jail for soiling whisky. Frank Holmes was fined $50 for shoot ing Eph Pennington, of tho East End. Green Kavanaugh, colored, was given three years for forgery. Sam Rcth- well, for shooting Ben Ferrill at a camp meeting at Moreland, wus given 1 years in the penitentiary. Miko Monday, charged with killing Kittio Farmer, llttlo daughter of Dink Farmer, is on trial. Munday Is only about 12 years old and the children were returning from school when the killing occurred. Circuit Court. J. Indigestion KtraedrUr. Shoop'a KfttoraUva. Ootng direct to the itomach nerval, alone broucht that succeu and favor to Dr. 8 hoop and hit Ilotoratlve. Without that original and highly vital principle, no uch tailing accompUihmc nU were ever to be bad, For atomach dluroai. bloating, blllomncM. bad breath and tallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop'l HettoraUve Tablet! or Liquid and aee for rour. lelf what It ran and will do. W ull &mt rWh fully recommend Stomach troubl U but irraptom of. nnd not In Itaalf n tnw dlaetM. W think of Dyapepdn, llMrtburn, and Indication na runt dlteaie. ra ajmptotna only ol a oaruin ipeclfio Narva alcknc-noth- lnt else. It wai thla fact that fint correctly led Dr. Bhoop In the creation of that now very popular Stomach lhr jt E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. Stock Of Furniture For Sale ! Tho stock of Furniture in Lancaster, Ivy., owned by tho lato J. C. KobinbQii, U offered for salo privately. It U tho only store of the kiud iu Lancaster and a spleudid stand to mako money. Tor particulars apply to J. B. Collier,Laucaster,Kj.,or Dr. Shoop's PENNY'S DRUQ STORE. T. J. ROBINSONi Ex'r., Hustonville, Kentucky. , i- -i i- - r jSVlfr 9- T H FARMER'S DEPARTMIHT. ' Pony for sale. This office. Kentucky grown millet iced l 25 per at Stanford el bushel while they last. Jas. D. Shelby, Jhiertdintte mmd-dat- $ natter. Junction City, Ky. 2t. Hone Cave will have a fair this year. A company with $4,000 capital stock X N. has been organized. No. 11, Honth, Hits r. x. Reclcancd Kentucky grown German No.Sl,Houth,ll:m A M. No. Jt, North, HID A. M. millet seed $1.25 per bushel. Jas. D. No.n. North, 5:27 P. M. No.T7.10MT A. M. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. 2c. No.!l:Mr. M. The Owen County Wool Growars' AsJOS. 8. RICE, Agent. sociation sold their wool, consisting of 11,000 fleeces to Lexington dealers at The Interior Journal. Potl-Ofi- FHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE F6n RATES Cecilian Park, DANVILLE, KKNTUCKV. L. TIME THBLE Stallions Tor Service 1909. GAMBETTA WILKES 2:19 1- -4, APPLY TO L80AL MANAGER Tho only stallion living or (lend records of 2:110 nnd that ever sired 200 or iroro with EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY licttcr. iNCORfoaiTtn Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Ifilrstre to noil prlvniriy my itock of cerlesamt llnrtlwnre. Doing n roo.1 bust I ten ion ne. Will Involcn nlout 111 brnlth. OKO. I), HOI'l'KU.Htunford, Ky. 31c. Founder of the greatest family of show and race hones in tho world. Don't Wait. Order your millet seed today. $1.25 per bushel Is less than Ore market value. Jas. D. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. 2t. Company, has been abandoned. Olombala, the favorite In the betting, easily won tho Latonia Derby over a Notice Poultry RaltorsJ muddy track by six lengths. Tho Peer Now la the tlmo of year to feed your fowls finished second, 10 lengths In front of n Rood tonlo, cures Uholern, nape. Jtoup.cnnker nnd Llmlierneck, when fed n Plate Glass, the only other starter In n preventive It not only keeps them Iienlthy the race. but mnkc them lay. Price 60 cents, no cure, no pny.jtuaranteed by your druggist. Gen. U Ienny, try It under BRODHEAD. the guarantee, Askfor booklet on diseases of poultry. Nelson Messer and Walter Howard, of near Gum Sulphur, are very sick. Eczema Is Curable preparation foi Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Barney Cornescientific ZEMO, external use. Stopt itching instantly lius, of Durango, Colorado, a son. Mrs. and destroys the germs that cause skin Mra. Cornelius was formerly Miss Dol-lidiseases. Eczema cuickly yields and is daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. II. permanently cured by this remarkable Jarrett, of this place. medicine. All Druggists. Write for samThe fifth Saturday and Sunday meetple. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St Louis, Mo, ing at Freedom church next Saturday Penny's Drug Store. and Sunday promises to be a very interesting one. A good program has been gotten out. Several ministers Hare your measure taken by n tailor of ex- and others are expected to take part. perience. Then your clothes, whether n low price business suit or the finest evening The singing will also be a pleasant fea clothes, will have that Individuality nnd lit ture. which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. 1 will also take your measChairman Jonas McKenzie and Secure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Hprlng and Hummer retary Edgar S. Albright request that samples on hand ready lor your Inspection. the democrats of Rockcastle county II. O. ltUl'I.KY. The Tailor, meet on Saturday, June 5, at tho votHtanford.Ky. ing places of nine out of 11 precincts Itching Skin Diseases in the county, they being without n Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid committeeman, and elect or select n !or external use. Zemo gives instant committeeman for each precinct and relief and permanently cures any form that all the committeemen of the county jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All meet at the court house in Mt. Vernon Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, Mondiy, June 7, to elect a chairman lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. and secretary and transact other imG. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. portant matters. (lenlto-lJrlnnrs, Ilectal Thront. Kar, Nervous Hystum nnu Surgery. Four large plant beds on tho farms of Richard Broaddus, of Stewart county, Tcnn., wcro scraped and comThe Joseph Price Sanatorium, pletely destroyed. Tho plan to combine tho fertilizing North Lancaster Htrret, plants of Europe and this country in Stanford, Kentucky. one $50,000,000 corporation, to be For Treatment of Illsenses of the Kye, Noe, known as the Independent Fertilizer We Will Pay the following prices for produce for lO days only in exchange for goods: Eggs 20c Dozen. Hens J 5c per lb. Butter 20c per lb. Country cured side bacon, (3 J 2c. Country cured hams new, 16 I2c. -- His colls won more premiums nt tho World's Columbian His ilcccndants did tho amo His descendants nre noted ' I Exposition than tlmt of any other siro. nt tho World's Fair held at St. Louis. for their unmoncM nnd good disposition whether on tho road, on iho trnck or in the show ring. DR. MUNSON, l years old. Usee record 2:08; thu champion at 820 1 year old pacing stallion of 1007. Will stand to insure a living colt. - e, GENERAL BRIGHTHEART llnce record 2:1. Trial in n rnce 2:18 trotting. Will stand nt We have a complete line of shoes, hats and 820 to iiuuro n living colt. dress goods or anything you may need to eat or wear. If you do not need the goods now, GEN. ADELLE bring us your produce and we will pay you in years old. Unco record 2:10j; trial in a race 2t07. Will stand trading checks and you can use them anynt SIT) to insure n living colt. time it suits you. These prices are only good till Saturday, June 5th. Don't forget the Dr. Minion 2:08?, Gen. lirighthcart 2:ll)J, Gen. Adello 2:10J dates and the place. nro nil sous ot Gnmbcttn Wilkes 2:11). 1 Lutes Bros., Turnersville, Ky. Marcs will ho kept nt 81 per week nt owner's risk. duo. Mares sold or parted with forfeit iiiMirancc nnd xcatou becomes cards mid other information address For stallion When Ordering Clothes G. O C. P. CECIL, Danville. Ky. MY LINE OF HfUHSMBmtMSMSMlrssssssMsssssi- TROUSERS!I w v - 'lWflKovK -A Is Now Complete -" .WtXApjIsjyiPiialjPigJPliifBM 4m1 fllsBBBBBBBBBBMHlBBBH&tfSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBE " JSBBrftSBBBBBB&liSSHEsLU ft. lO Cents Wf ,4v,i5-0i ' Rtr. '.; & i j .1.1. ". r s'jr "sl V- ( i aV sK1 -- J I S '.-- - . -- hV Rip. 'J For The Button. V.v jBfiiiPr'B'f' f'"5vKsriBissssE t" SPRIMlotiUMMDt liiiudlol hefure for the mot e FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acres, of good blue grass land, lying one mile North of McKlnney.ou the Manford pike. Improvements and leucine good; plenty of water and fruit. Also Its acres of tlmlvred land one mile Knst of McKlniiey :lmlf under fence; plenty of wale" and good tobacco land. Hee K row-ji- g crop. J.A.OIVKNM.Asent. McKlnney, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I can furnish the puuiic with the best, ns well us the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths tor for funeral purposes. In connection with the aliore, I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices. OIUUBTMAN HKKKN IIOUHKH, Kl IlUllIIAKII, l'KOIt. Mtanford, Ky. SEASON OF 1909. We will stand the alias Anderson jack, which has perhaps gotten as many 1W cous utility jac in me county, m ji to living colt. Will also stand the splen- England and Scotland. did I'eavlnustalllou, lied Ilex, Jr., by lied ltvd.bv by Hex I'eavlue, at J 10 to Insure a If you want to feel well, look well living colt. He will be permitted to serve only u limited number of mares, and bo well, take Foley's Kidney W. I'.aillMKt A I.KVl IlKI.I.. Remedy. It tones up tho kidneys and l'renchersvllle. wclI-!:no7- at my farm near Preach--i.tr- ,; Better than over what to get," declares MsssFWfcPlgLlyTl! tho Price. Also iBP'TMHBMssssssI Mrs. A. L. Aller of Beais, Me., "for, &mKm8Q!SBE??tfi&t.'J.iSti- - ,WrtiaMlgssWs.isssssssssssssssssssssl . after using ten bottles o.' Dr. KInjr's line of Hxfi3Bfl5',fVClTi'?' C9ssMBHHlHBBjBisssssssssssssssssssssssssssl NowDIscovery, and seeing Its excellent results In my own family and others, I am convinced it is the bestmedl-cln- o made for Coughs, Colds and lung trouble " Kvery one who tries it feols just that way. Relief Is felt at once and Its quick euro surprises you. For Hlrl lit lrtfnn O Uv W'n.lilriirtnn T.J liv see nnd Is subject to Ihipectloll nt liny lime. Bronchitis, Asthma, Hemorrhage, Uromwi'li 73, !' Wiulilugtou Dvimmrk ill. s tliMCliuiiiploii.luiw Ills sire liore for lstdiim lliibv lVni-e-. slrt-iIn any style you whs the Croup, LaGrlppe, Sore Throat, pain Uen, riul Uuin I July IVmch l liv by Knocli Ar- - yenrt, nnd Ills dnm lliilo IViicm KvutucLy. show in ire foryrurs In Almoin For In chest or lungs It Is supremo. 50c and rest '."', Jlrd ilum hy (iurnird Chief one of Kentuck) 'sliest WhcIiiss this colt its us show you sliilllons. 31. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Carroll I'ri'ston, l"iutlful il.ippleluiy stnllluti 1JI full, fouled Muv rii. lul. Will let blm serve it few npproel mures Penny's Drug Store. wclnlilnj l,uiUKiunl, full imult from end to end. lie Is iiimlf It bout n fault unit l nt li'i to Insure n llvinu eolt. or tlie llneit Mares pnttiired nt KJ l'r montli, uildlestiilllons Andrew Carnegie has arranged to one Kentucky tin. ever produced, lie bus responsible should accident occur. but not tlmt no weak points mid ttiiblHto nolnnnvcoiii-puny- . Rive $1,000,000 for the establisment of V. O. WALK Kit, Hliinfonl. Ky. TliU colt Is ortli coniln miles to a "Hero Fund" in France under prac tically me same conditions as govern similar funds in the United State?. again I know Won't Slight AGood Friend. "If ever I need a cough medicine Men's M Mm vJ ft wMi. Cull and let CARROLL PRESTON. com-lln- Oxfords what we have. d SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. You Will Make No .Mistake in Buying Three Ideal Farn)s In Oi)e. J,L,Beazley&Co., bladder, purines the blood and restores health and strength. Pleasant to take and contains no harmfuldrugs why not comraenco New Stanford Drug Co. to-da- SiRSCiSSIssssssm?NjPBBsJj Two national holidays, Decoration Day and the Fourth of July, falling on Sunday this year, President Taft issued an executive order granting leave to all government employes on tho Monday following. Undertatccrs and Embalm Also Dealers in Mattings.Ruge. Thoy will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. era. Fui-nitur- e, . . If you deslrea clear complexlontake Foley's Orlno Laxative for constipation and liver trouble as it will stimulate these organs and thorougly cleanse your system, which is what everyono needs in the Spring In order to feel well. New Stanford Drug Co. Only 101 STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. flicClary, ttX.-,-..- & of the 302 candidates for tho Naval Academy passed the mental examination in April and these have yet to pass the physical examination early in June. -A w I'roventics those CunJy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an ' quickly cbeck all colds and the Grip. Try them onco and see! old by I'ennys Drug titore. Fines aggregating $4,000 is the one-da- y record of the Breathitt Circuit Court at Jackson for convictions of "bootlegging." .a . . Undertaker. Embalmer and stealer In.Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, CHlTxons.lW. KY- - The American Cotton Manufacturers' Association is holding its annual meeting in Richmond, Va. MS The West Kentucky College at May-fiel- d was bought by the city school trus- tees for 25,000. The L. & A. depot at Ueattyville has been broken into and robbed twice in the last month. The Legislature passed the bill perboxing bouts in mitting The perfection of real estate, all that is beautiful and desirable in country life, in- eluding locality, soil and improvements, is embodied in a farm o 45 acres, adjoining the thriving town of Uryantsvillr, Ky,. and near the famous Camp Dicb Robinson farms, which sell at over Jloo per acre There are three tracts, with dwellings and improemcnts en each, suitable for three families desiring to locate on adjoining farms; or, if bought by one party, two houses could be occupied by tobacco tenants. Tha best equipped barn in the county, is on tho premises, having water supplied bv a wind-milThe floors are ouilt as residence flooring, the stalls are large and well constructed, machinery for cutting feed being run by an engine. Stock scales and a large tobacco barn are among other improvements. The land lies well and is of a high grade, well fenced, well watered a ponton of it being matted with blue grass, in gently undulating pastures. Most of the land has been kept in grass and will easily raise 1,500 pounds of.hemp, 1 Soo pjuuefs f tsbacco and 60 to 75 bushels of corn. Such soil is the basis of all value, and the large profit, which It yields on the Investment, explains why capital is seeking real estate, it being not only the best but the safest This, together with the Investment. fact that population Is increaiing, thereby insuring a continuance, ofgood prices for farm products, proves that good real estate will continue to advance in price, Resides the intrinsic value of a home, the locality and surroundings render it more or less valuable. Good roads, good, schools, churches and good morals are important factors, in determining the value of a farm, because they contribute to man's substantial happiness, which is the mainspring of human action and the object sought, la every section of our country. These elements enter largely into the attrautiveoeas and, consequently, the value of this property. It lies on a splendid turnpike for a distance of about one mile, the community consists of the highest grade of citizenship, the people being moral, cultured and exceedingly hospitable. Tho residences are In sight 1 d HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, LANCASTER, KY. lloiut ftoce B. .of Uryantsville which has a thriving bank, ; merclunts, a good school and a church oi large membership, that town be riug about o miles from Lancaster the county seat of Garrard County, on the Lexington pike. The enterprise ot the citizens in that section is further manifested by the fact that they are preparing to establish a Graded School at Ilryants ville, and if they succeed, which is almost certain, this property will advance from lo to 20 dollars on the acre, as property has done near Lancaster and other towns, where suh schools have been established, keeping the money and children at home and giving the'm a good education This picture is not overdrawn, and we invite those looking (or a bargain in a some that has all tlis attractive leatures, to let vs show it to them. This farm is also within four miles of a navigable stream, which is of greater advantage for markets than the sime distance from a railroad, for it gives cheaper rales and better facilities for transportation to market of all farm products, and live stock can be shipped from one head up to a boat load, while coal and lumber can be purchased at less price. It is down grade to aud a good pike. ' We positUely believe that this land is worth jloo per acre, and et it is offered at 6o3 per acre as a whole, if told at once, howeter the entire farm is susceptible of an advantageous division into small tracts and we will divide it to suit purchaser and make price on what he wants according to location, improvements, quality and quantity. MOKB OI'POKTUMTJKS Yes, we have them farm lands in different localities, olf tne pike and on the pike Improved and unimproved--S- o acres -- loo acres--io- o acres any number of acres you want, from JjS per acre to t loo per acre. We can suit you Try us, All bargains of a lifetime. 600 acres ox Ira good- - 266 acres superior land highly imSEproved. 325 acres, extra good, nearl'aint Lick, fine residence and three tobacco barns, Our price Is the owner's price. Styles up to tho minuto. l'ricea beyond competition. Wo also etato that No excess contracts. If you want to buy our Spring Liuo is now complete,. To savo money, conic and soo and bo a farm write us or come to see us. convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoos for Ladies, Missea aud Children and our line of Gent's Shoes will certainly ploaso. llanan aud Walkover tines are hummers and are strictly reliable. Yours for au houost deal, 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. ' W. H. HIGC1NS, 14 V llio-riv- er, Stanford, Kentucky. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky,, Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. -- Charles Whkeleh.