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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 1, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909060101_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): June 1, 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. TOL. XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 1. 1909. MATRIMONIAL. J NO. 27. Kate. Sho'd meet mo at the garden gato At early morn or evening late, In rain or sunshine, aure as fate, I alwayi found my dearest Kate. She loved me with a love m true As e'er waa Riven to mortals few; And now that I am loat to view She doea each day that luvo renew. I'd iee it sparkling In her cyea Llko love's young dream from paradise. Sho sees me, and with Joyful cries, Into my arms of lovo sho flics. Talk not to me of love so great In knight or maid or knightly state, No lovo so pure as that of Kate That greets mo at the garden gate. This lovo for me so strong, so true, Was not of matd with eyea of blue, With golden hair or midnight hue, For such a love is felt by few. Then listen, reader, whllo I state From whom this lovo for me awaits From early morn to evening lata I always And at the garden gate. 'Tis but a dog, with heart so great That none on earth can lovo liko Kate. And when I come, although 'tis late, She's always at bud Holdorman's gato. -- D. II. Coven State Board of Valuation at Frankfort reduced tho franchise valuation for assessment purposes of the Western Union Telegraph Co. from The - $900,000 to $700,000. A tickling or dry cough can bo I i quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop'a Cough Itemcdy. No opium, no chlo roform, nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Penny's Drug Store. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over Mclloberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. CHESTER S. Thli ion of Ohr.ter liarn will make tho H. Urpntr' Jirtwnl mwn al 1. In.urii n 111 lot! tntili In colt. nt 110 to lUcKCHIITlOa AND rKllIIIKKK. llo ll tl black wllhitnr In forehrail, IS IirihIi hlti, with nit thaatjrlPiiiMl fliiUlt rharactrrl.llo of the I'limler Imr family, n nooil acting him hort nod a provm twprdrr.nn lookingtwfor n fur booking jour insrvi ir you lirwilf r at living prlro. Hlrtsl ljr foodlan, l.tdatn tijr Tvlfjrnph. imlilnmlijr lllppy.br Mambrlno Chief. JKO.fi I.YKK. llujloiivlllr, Ky. w CHESTER JEWEL. Mr taltlon. Uhrttrr Jawtl. llnrk l bandt hlh, will makii the if.ionol llu nt my ttaklv four inllr. NS'rtt of Omb Orchard nt mouthofOtslarOriH'k.at 111 to Ituure n III ln colt. Hired liy lit dam by Heeond Jrwrl, Thl mart" U llwdam of n mare that old for tU'Q. Xnddam by lloliut'I)rnnon. Srddam Anna lluford.by lontl. 4th dam Ilula, by lloiton. Slh dam by Kptllou, Oth dam by Old lninnrk,7th dam by I'olycr. Monry dun wbvn colt It foatrd or mare Marmurnmi nt JW per trndrdoriuirtrd. paid month, nil till rmoal of or manij uot rcpouitbli for Ohtr Irr, ft cnH. JOHN Vf. HOLM Kt.Urnb Orchil nl, Ky STONEWALL JACKSON, uri-n- JR. ThU Ann black aaddlo ilnllton wnt ilred by I !m t .addli breeding Itnlllon, Old Htonwnll. ThUrolt'adam wain iK'Utniirk inure. He It n ulco colt. Il hni cults to proT hli good brrvdlnit. Wlllttnntl nt IS to Iniurc until wrnnlngllmr. We hold n llru on nil cott until paid for llnrrcn inn re. e hare made to itnud by thnlmprcizruitor. IKTffCl iucrt.t In thl brrtillnir. ILLY 1RECKINRIDGE. Thliflneblnok, Jack m alml by Major John 1. UnrrL" Imported Jack. He will make the 'aon of iwwntmy Uirnnt ) to In.uren colt until wrnnltiK time. II la est of luuHlanowon my farm to show for till good breeding. Jleiin lure foal Kettor, A. T.TUAYMilt A HONH. I'lcu.nnt Hill Ilrmllng farm, Htanford, U. K. I). No. t U- V w V t ? Will makefheteaiouofiwont my (table luiuro u living colt. nt Cedar Orvek, nt SH to n dark bay with n Hllver King, Jr., It lirnvy ninne and tall, fullll&K hnnilt high. was aired by Hllver King, he by UnTlrne, He on of Htonewall Jnokion. Jnckton, Jr., litdaiiibyOiitta'Htouewnll onof Hublde'tOldStonewull Jnckton. ftl dam by Uabbeiri UeilnKton. Milam u th county. dam by Miller's Ooliperbottoni, of Wayne King's dnn, was Mollle Mouaw Ij Hawk. til dam by Young- America ton of TnyiorsiesUKer. good Jack, Will also stand the SILVER KING, JR.. xri. S IJHU Nigger ,Atatolnturen living colt. old iind blacijacKlM.hnnds.tyea.rs It n Is n KOlltidlvlduul. Heltby UlacKOIoud mid by Tom Keene. he on Htnnford K. W. WHITK.OednrOruciC, and Crab Orchard pluo. NIGGER, DIGNITY DARE 1982. Mahogony bay. 1W1 hands high, weight iiounds. perfectly sound. Trotted lu Jllue his Never defeated In model ring except by ring two colli. Defeated W head lu model break ery kind to Ooltt ut Harrodtburg. lalelllgent. (Irent breeder nnd unutually uniform breed. for high action coltt. OreutHit colt Hnt In r. never got a orrl coll. ring for II ut Harrodsbuig. Mn. stake Htate Huokllng colt tint In harness ring nt year, Kalr. ivui. oil of hltcolts averaging S high nreruge price of toil. Imparls sold for shoulders, long, tapering neck; nod good headsloah. Henton of luu In Huitouvlllo tensoti. nt m to Insure a live colt or tf thefirst tor. Money for season due nt time of too well known vice. Dignity Dare It of him nccessury. to wake further mention Dignity Dare was neverdefeated In u herd r,"l?iss furnished at M JO per month. Oaie accidents taktn to preventshould Buy and escapes but occur. Mareisaoved. traded, uarted with or bred to" aotaer horn wake tervlee money due. Has live tm and rucks tost.from colt todlstluct gaits. present date. string horse I ) I1 A IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Mrs. Sallie Ann Patterson Is dead at Itipley county, Ind., went Miss Edith Morrow and Mr. Frank wet' Jamestown, aged 85. II. Marksbury, popular young people of 891. George L. Barkley, a wealthy farmer Hrlatol, Va., will voto on local option Lancaster, will bo married June 9.1 of Jessamine, Is dead. Miss Llora Dohon, tho charming Juno 9. Joe F. Carrico, a prominent Marion daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Dohon, Nelson Rogers, aged 30, dropped dead county farmer, is dead. of tho West End, was married in ban-vlll- e on tho street at Maysvllle. G. W. Walker, a prominent citizen Saturday to Mr. J. F. JciTcrt, of Charles Forkncr, who killed Tandy Louisville. Sho has frequently visited Haggard in Clark county, was held In of Anderson county, is dead. Andrew Guynn, an aged and respecthere and has many friends In and around 110,000 ball. Two men were killed and thrco injur- ed citizen of the Paint Lick section, is Stanford. Mr, JclTera Is a prominent ed by tho explosion of a boiler of n saw dead. young business man of Louisville. D. R. Brownficld, for miny years a Tho engagement of Miss Tovls Car- mill near Tilton, Ark. penter, of Stanford, to Ilev. Homer W. Firo at Gainesville, Tex., destroyed resident of Junction City, is dead at an Kuct RtprodiKtlon rf this SitIj Sta. Carpenter, of Lima, 0., Is announced. tho county courthouso with all the court advanced age, Tolby Miller, who killed John Chad-we- ll Tho wedding will bo n beautiful event records. Tho loss is $50,000. In Laurel county, was given 2 of Juno. Tho news is of much interest Former Gov. Tho.nas T. Crittenden, here, where tho bride-to-b- o is much of Missouri, was stricken by apoplexy years In tho penitentiary. Five shares of stock in the Garrard loved and admired, and Mr. Carpenter whilo at a Kansas City ball game Robbers armed with shotguns held Bank & Trust Co., at Lancaster, belongattended college. Miss Carpenter is a beautiful young girl, charmfng and ac- up the cashier of tho People's Bank at ing to the estate of George W. Evans, complished and is a frequent visitor ttenbow, III., and escaped with $2,000. sold at $105. G. W. Hill, of Willlamstown, has acSurrounded by her children and grandhero of Miss I'atsy Prewlttj who will be her maid of honor. Mr. Carpenter Is a children, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe cele- cepted tho position as cashier of the graduate of Transylvania Biblo College. brated her 90th birthday at her home Citizens bank to succeed M. W. Dickey. Somerset Times. lie Is personally very attractive and In Boston Thursday. The republican county committee of daughter of George has a host of Kentucky friends who will Tho bo much interested in tho news. Ho is Rudy, of Daviess county, was struck Garrard will meet June 3 to fix the now making his homo In Lima, where by a falling limb whilo seated in a swing time and manner of naming a ticket for county officers. ho has chargo of a church. Advocate. and instantly killed. Robert Boyd has resigned as master John Weber, who It is alleged made last Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, at Ash- an attempt to kill two Daviess county commissioner of the Laurel circuit land, Mlas Nannie Woods, daughter of officers, was captured at Lowisport and court and J. K. Lewis has been appointed in his place. Mrs. Annie Englcman, of this place, taken to the Owcnsboro jail. The widow of Capt. Boston Diilion greatly surprised her friends and be The Taylor county jail at Abilene, N came the wife of Mr. Charles J. Kitch Tex., was stormed by a mob and Tom was found dead in bed at Lancaster. She was 70 years old and had been in en, Jr., after a beautiful and most im Uarnctt, a cattleman, recently convictIN ALL FOR pressive ceremony said by the Itcv. Fe- ed of murder, was shot to death in his bad health for years. The ladies of tho Junction City Chris lix Strove, of the M. E. Church, South. cell. Miss Engleman, with her mother and Thirteen men were hanged in public tian church will have a Rummago Sale Tuesday, June 1st, in the va sister, were visiting tho groom's sisters, at daybreak in Constantinople, having the Misses Kitchen, at tho time of tho previously been found guilty of com cant office room opposite W. A. Rey marriage and not even- - the immediate plicity in the revolutionary outbreak of nold's drug store. Coroner C. D. Samuels, of Madison families were aware of the fact, except April 13. tho father of Mr. Kitchen, who precedThe trial of Mrs. Bessie Smoct at county, was found dead in a two-foed tho happy pair to the Methodist par- Flemlngsburg on the charge of killing pool of water near his home. Acting sonage and had everything arranged her huiband, resulted in a hung jury. Coroner J. D. Dykes conducted the infor tho binding of two loving hearts to- Pending another trial she was released quest and suicide was the verdict. No cause is known for the deed. gether to go over life's fitful sea and on $2,000 bond. Work on the new railroad bridge at to share each other's joys and sorrows. When the $1,000 license fee went into Miss Engleman is one of Stanford's effect in Chicago, a large number of sa High Bridge on the Cincinnati Southern most popular young ladies and enjoys a loons were put out of business. The li has begun. A huge derrick has been Urge acquaintanceship in this sec- censes expired April 30 and not one of erected and CO men are engaged in lowtion among tho1 social world, besides the saloons that had them allowed them ering concrete, which will form the foundation of tho new structure. The having a largo and influential fam- to lapse. ily connection. We know of no one Fain Stephens, baggagemaster on new bridge will bo 30 feet higher than who has left Stanford that will be more the Tennessee railroad, was shot and the present one. reluctantly given up than Miss Engle- instantly killed at Uowen, Tenn., by Here and There. man by her many friends and admi- John W. Thoma.s, who entered the bagrers but who will, at tho samo time, gage car and shot him five times. of the country's wealth is wish for her all tho happiness that this Thomas is believed to mentally unbal- represented on tho New York Stock KENTUCKY. world can give to one of Cupid's loveli anced. Exchange. est and fairest daughters; whllo the Fearful of provoking raco trouble, Senator Aldrich scored again in the groom is ono of Ashland's rising young the Federal authorities have decided Senate by securing an increase in the business men, being for not to interfere in the strike of the duty on barley. tho largo lumber interests of Vansant, firemen on the Georgia railroad, at Fifteen and perhaps 30 more persons Kitchen & Co., of that city, and who Is least not until tho State authorities were killed in a tornado that devastated Kentucky. Of a most excellent young man and is es- have had ample opportunity to etTcct a the Oklahoma towns of Key West and by all who have the pleasure of settlement of the controversy. teemed Depcw. his acquaintance. The happy pair are Eight bags of registered mall, supFive persons and the engineer were cozily domiciled at the Ventura Hotel posed to be the loot of the Union Pa- Injured in a railroad wreck on the Cenfor tho present, preparatory to going cific train robbery, were found in tho tral of Georgia, 30 miles East of Chatto housekeeping in tho early Summer. attic of the Brown Park schoolhouse, tanooga. Tho iNTEiuoit Journal, joins their in South Omaha, near which the guns Mrs. Frederick H. Alms, of Cincin W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, many friends in extending heartiest and masks of the robbers were found nati, has given $100,000 to tho fund be S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT congratulations to tho newly wedded Thursday. The mail had been rifled. J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER J. B. PAXTON, ing raised to erect a Lincoln memorial couple and wishes for them all the hapFormer Gov. Thomas T. Crittenden, in that city. J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER piness that can coma to them. Mr. of Missouri, died Saturday at his home Frederick W. Hedgeland, builder of and Mrs. Kitchen will arrive Saturday in Kansas City ns the result of a stroke tho great organ in the Mormon temple DIREOTORS: to spend a week with relatives here. of apoplexy sustained on Thursday. at Salt Lako City, died suddenly at his J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford Mr. Crittenden was 71 years old. Ho homo at Canton, O. John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stauford; T. O. RanMan Past Fifty In Danger. was a native of Shelby county, this Leaders in Congress predict that the kin, Lancaster; J. IS. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Men past middle life have found State, and in recent years had made tariff bill will bo disposed of in time Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; AV. comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney several visits to his native State. to permit adjournment of tho extra H. Cummins, Preacliersville; Lilburu Hemedy. L E. Morris, Dexter, Ky , Indictments charging fraud in the session early In July. Gooch, Gilberts Creek. writes: "Uptoajoar ago my father Muskogee town lot cases have been reFriends of Senator J. W. Bailey say suiTcrcd from kidney und bladder turned by tho United States grand jury ho will be a candidate for Governor of trouble and several physician pro at Tulsa against Gov. Charles N. Has Texas to get another vindication. He nouncud it enlargement of tho. prostate kell, F. E. Severs, W. T. Hutchins, C will not leave the Senate. gland and advised an operation. On W. Turner, A. Z. English and W. It account of his ago we were afraid ho Eaton. The accused men aro charged Could Not Be Better. could not stand It and 1 recommended with obtaining titles from the govern No one has ever made a salve, oint Foley's Kidney Hemedy, and tho first ment to town lots in Muskogee by illc ment, lotion or balm to compare with bottlo relieved him, and after taking gal methods. Itucklon's Arnica Salve. Its the one tho second bottle ho was no longer perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Women Who Are Envied. troubled with this complaint. New Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Dolls, Ulcers, Tho jo attractive women who aro Eczema, Salt Ilheum. For Sore Eyes, Stanford Drug Co. mm lovely In face, form and temper are ii Kansas' new prohibitory law went in- the envy of litany, who might bo like Cold Sores, Chapped Hands Its su to effect Saturday. Under its terms them. A weak, sickly woman will bo prcrao. Infallible for Piles. Only no liquor can bo sold for any purpose nervous and Irrllablo. Constipation 25o ut Penny's Drug Store. is Old Veby druggists or any one elso. Doctors' A largo delegation of citizens of Mo or Kidney poisons show In pimples, prescriptions wilt not be recognized as blotches, sktn eruptions and a wretch bile, headed by Mayor Lyon, called on look like entitling tho holders to liquor, as hero ed complexion For all such, Electric President Tnft at the White House and tofore. Attorney General Jackson de- I) I tiers work wonders. They regulate presented him with an invitation en clares the law is valid and says that all Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify graved on a silver plate to visit Mobile, Infractions will be vigorously punished. tho blood, give strong nerves, bright Tho President said if he made a trip m eyes, pure breath, smooth, volvety West this fall and returned through Trouble Makers Ousted. skin, lovely complexion. Many charm the South, he would visit Mobile. When a sufferer from stomach trouowo their health and beau ble takes Dr. King's New Llfo Pills lag women Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimu60e at Penny's Drugstore. he's mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia ty to them. late the Heart or Kidneys. That is and Indigestion Uy, but more-he- 's Tho will of the lato Henry II. Rog wroag. It Is the weak nerves that aro tickled over his now, lino appetite, ers, tho Standard Oil millionaire, was crying out for help. Vltallzo these strong nerves, healthy vigor, all admitted to probate at New York. weak Inside controlling nerves with JCy, stomach, liver and kidneys now Practically tho entire estate, valued ac Dr. Shoop's Restorative, aud see how work right, 25o at Vcnny's Drug cording to Wall street estimates at be- quickly good health will come to you OrSaMjnJ. 3S2, Capital StocA, S50.000. Store. tween $50,000,000 and $75,000,000, will again. Test It and seel Sold by 'Pen Smrttut ana Vna'tvMta' Profih. f9,000. ultimately bo divided among four child- ny's Drugstore. Jessie Miss Antique U such a bore. ren and their heirs. The only public SVhen sho started talking I noticed The village of Zephyr, Tex,, was Jfat paid in 2)wictnds ttno Organization, $2f, 500. is ono of $100,000 to the town Jimmle Nonsense. You weren't old bequest wrecked by a tornado. 32 bodies have of Fairhaven, Mass., Mr. Rogers' birthjfeeounts on Our ftfiriis enough to take notlco when sho started SnvlU been taken from the ruins, which took place, to be used for school purposes. i talkicg.' Are. GO or more people were seriously emm DIRECTORS. OFFICER. The cleverest Imitation of real Cof- or fatally injured and scores of others Late returns from tho Democratic P. field, J. II. Oaughman, yet inado Is Dr. Bhoop's hurt. I, S. Mocker, 1'resident:, primary lit Kenton county show that fee ever M. D. Elmore, J. M, Fettttt, Health Coffee. It Is line In Uavor of our citizens are drifting tO' Many S. T. Harris, L. W. Arnett has defeated Walker Hall H. C, Daughman, j. F, Cummins, and Is made In just one minute. No wards Drlght's disease by neglecting McRoberts, Cashier; for State Senator by small majority. John J, S, T. Harris, no, O. Robiajoa, tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made symptoms of kidney and bladder trou II. O. Baughaua, Asst. Caih'r V, D. O'Banaon J. S. Hockor, Dr. John W. BWehoff, the "blind or- - from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, ble which Foley's Kidney Remedy will YT.W . Sauaders, Bookkeeper. C. E. Tate. etc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store quickly cure. New Stanford Drug Co, gaalst of WahiBt0B," Is dead. NEWS NOTES. OXFORDS Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, THE STYLES 1909, for ENGLEMAN-KrrqilEN.-O- Men. women and ot Children. St Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. Stanford, One-fift- h book-keep- Cnc Lincoln County national Bank Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 Use Arnold's Buggies. nothing better. We paint new. hicles and make them Get our prices. We solicit your trade. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. There m R. Stanford, m m 7tv J t; I O The Interior Journal. I E. C. WALTON GAINES DOBS UP AGAIN. who hankers even as tho hart after tho water brook, Is again enjoying tho delight of occupying tho center of the limelight. Ho will bo remembered aa . tho plaintiff in several libel suits, which h prosecuted in distant counties from which he and his defendants lived and beforo hostile judges to them, when the Haly.LassIng letter, which he sprung on tho public, was pronounced a forgery. This letter and his charges against democratic State officials wero used by Willson and his gang in tho last campaign and won Immediate recognl tion for Gaines when tho governor to dish out tho pie. lie was given one place and another till now he bobs up as assistant to Inspector and Examiner Thatcher. In this capacity he made charges against Adjutant General Johnston's use of tho military fund, which, according to Auditor James, wero unwarranted. Resenting them as well as tho examination of his office by Gaines, Gen. Johnston tendered his resignation. after notoriety "Cou" Noel Gaines, d bo-K- Mrs. Carrik r.tlirtiiN Catt. presi MASONS' dent of tho Nstional W. C. T. U., cvl-- ! dently has it in for men. Sho says half t Lincoln Lodge No. 0 F.A A.M. wlllmf.t Dealer In and Manufacturer of of them she knows are lobsters and the In tnlM comintinlcntlon on ich Ortt mm M Tiao of men thlrtl Mo nil ay will be remem- o"clock,ln lhlrnight,on main month. Hln-for- Marble and Granite Monu other half shrimps. It .trwt, hull . Member, of .Istrr lodge. merits, bered that when Mr. Roosevelt said K.Invited to Iwprovnt. T, ir Pen- Mnrker. unci Pott., Cemetery nnd V. lwn that he did not regard tho woman suf- nington, Hoc. Vme. nnl Hettee.. Omce nnd work., Ky. this sweet j frage question as important, 1909. llttlo Catt bird called him "an old trco toad." Mrs. Catt seems to bo a spiteTrench- WewlllMnml nt my ful old feline, who doesn't help her er.vlllc the welMnonn farm nerAml.rson Hlln. cause by such expressions of ill temper We nre In portion to lo nil klmt. of con. and III manners. I'nreinenli .ucli iirn iiviimeoii. in .iiiiniiiiwiiru; cretlng, fact, n. Itlock Work,thing from. ilhl lvntloostnlllon. Ilnl Ilea. Jr.. IT nnd. In trnn mnkenny .erve Itrd.hohv Ue lVnMnc, nt 111) to Inturo n liou. down ton fence jxst. We nr.t-clnSenator Bradley's speech In favor lltlngroft. He will to wriiiUteil to nre you promptly nnd gunrnntee enn work nnd mnferlnl. Call nnd get our prion tax on only ii limited numtr of mnrr.. of the repeal of tho six cents before you buy your mnlerlnl nt len.t. W. r.OHIHMA LkvI Urlt.. leaf tobacco sold by tho farmers, was rrrncherllle. a masterly one. Ho charged tho AmerStanford, Ky. ican Tobacco Trust with being responsible for tho development of tho night I ulll ,tnnd my fine mule Jnck raion, rider by grinding tho tobacco raiser to nt mv flirm t Moreinnd, Kyut ntoin.urw Insures Tohaccs and Tskiooo a It IIYIUH luiH novertv. There Is evcrv reason for larns. Alan Mill alaml n linnilfirtMirtM rttfltterrtl repeal of tho tax, but Aldrlch will not WMIkeiitAlllonnntlthreff fine youtiff Jnckt Mlllbe permitted tonenet few mitres fnw Nothing But Insurance. permit it. io my riKinnr cusiuinvra wucr uvj mwu MEET. Harry Jacobs, SEASONOF SUMMER CONCRETING .. J.hnJ.rk7nf1;ctt:rt,rtr,, PEYTON. PHILLIPS BROS.. mm. At last the hot weather is here and it calls for Cool Garments, Two-PieSuits, Light Weight, Full Bloomer Trousers, Negligee Shirts, Light, Cool Underwear, ce Nearly evcrv statesman you read ttirwj mores or more. Ji. 1 IvIiNtJt K .! about nowadays began lifo as a newsboy. Tho new republican Senator from ASHLAND BROOK, Illinois, Lorlmcr, elected by tho votes . (No.tlTM.) or. democrats auer a situkk'" vi. ita.t. ll.lt., bred by Kugene Illicit- four months, was once a newsboy. Tho ".Georgetown. Ky. A.iilnna HrjH.k n. ...... oiaor Biaicsmen frrauuuicu splitting, canal driving and the .. J..-.-- .1 Jesse D. Wearen, W. The Insurance Man, I'ljone U'. omce, STANFORD, KY. Kesldence '"8 . predicts that like Gov. Becktall, dark buy wtth flowing President Taft has accepted honorary high,all thegnlt. with plentymane and .tyie of .pvea, goe. ham, Gov. Willson will regret that he . und action. gave aid and succor to him before he membership in the Associate Society I'KDWKKE. Hired by Ilo)nl King, '. he of Chapin Post, Grand Army of tho Re by On Time, 745, he by Htonewnll Jnckson, has been in office another 12 months. 1st dnm Mollle Mounts. public, at Buffalo, N. Y said to be tho ?. KomiI Kins'. SMI, was by the noted .Ire Cnbbell'. Lexington F. H. King Kagle'. lat dnm Hip, Siiv, the beer, trust has raised the price largest G. A. R. post in the world. .no by Kngie mru, luit. ne ny um hiug r.n- of meat 20 per cent., making it higher President Taft sent a message to fie, iMMilnm by lied I. Ion, 3rd dnm by Denmark, he by Miller'. Denmark, by 60 to 100 per cent, than in the flush Congress renewing tho recommendation 45, 4th dnm by Jim Hell tthoroughbnd.i Notk. King Knglel. ncombtntd. tuition, times of 1907. This rapacious concern, of President Roosevelt for the appro- a breeder of line colored and high .tyltd not content with its profits on meat is priation for participation of the United colts, they nil having .I.e. .lyle and action. He the .take trying to control the shoe market. Ex States in the Universal and Industrial the sired the colt that won lioo.tukeat at Htanfard Fulr.nml the defeating here four of the get of the says Exposition to be held in Brussels in Uov. Douglas, ot Massachusetts, great Ilex l'eavlne. Tillage! of King Kagle'. that unless Congress shall put hides on 1910. hiii second In the M stuke nt llnrrodaburg 21 entries and defeated the colt the free list the beef trust will have a Bradley made a strong plea with tblaatiike two out of three. how.. that Senator won HI. monopoly on leather and in less than 10 for the removal of the tax on cnlt.nru In demand, bring the highest price.. King Kagle will make the present aearonnt years will have a monopoly on the boot tobacco in a speech delivered in the tho low price of 115 to Insure n living colt. Will Jack, Jim the great and shoe manufacturing business. The Senate. He declared that tho growers Keene,nfsoatand mares and mulefor Jenneta JA) lit IU for to Jim Keene, aired by trust now controls the leather trust and were at the mercy of the trust and said theInsure u living colt. 1st dnm bv the Imp. great Hilly Keene. was due to the trust's John Wells 2nd dnm by Ueecher. Jim Keene tbe 15 per cent, duty gives it an enor that night-ridin- g Is IS't hands high, black wlthw hlte points,!! is no prospect oppression. rhaus advantage. There great imilo Jack, All of the tariff being taken off. On the The Senatorial Committee met at Co- make of the abate mentioned stock will of iwv nt our stable i contrary, it will likely be increased and lumbia and decided that L. T. Neat was miles theseaoon West ofHtnnford on the Hhelby I'ltj pike. Mare, traded, parted with or bred in wealth while the regular nominee and that his namo elsewhere forfeits tho insurance and money the beef trust can roll such transaction. the poor get poorer in contributing to should go under the log cabin. It Is becomes due lit thetliueofcall on or address For further Information its coffers for necessities. likely that Lilburn Phelps will carry 8. T. HAKHIH A 110BT. WOODH, Stanford, Ky. the contest beforo the State Central I'hone 72, Kings. carMr. Roosevelt calls himself a "fau-n- Committee. naturalist," the Africans call him Senator Bradley mado a strong plea up-to-d- ate "Trwano Tumbo," but Dr. Long says for the removal of the tax on 81K4, of he Is nothing more nor less than a na- tobacco in a speech delivered in the DEMCKirrioK Four jenrs ture fakir, a game catcher pure and Senate. He declared that the growrts old, J5J bands, and lliiFi'bl.Nfi. with best of a bright bay coniormiuion nuuoii. hku d; simple, bis only interest lying chiefly in were at the mercy of the trust and said none, PentlnelTW, he uuuIlex .Me Donald K.CI. by Ilex dam Miss Madison 4ft5. the direction 'of blood, butchery and that night-ridinwas due to the trust's First ID. Kocond dnm bv 1V( lneby Chester 85. Third Dare brutality." What any one wants to oppression. uam oy nmnewau jucisoii .r. Noti:. Thl. horse needs no Introduction kill just for the fun of killing, we are R. B. MAHOINY h tariff bill to the people of this county. He has been Under the una'ble to understand. It seems to be the before the public und chairman of tho Finance Committeo his show record ts since a tonll; aultlce It to Toproof of a blood thirsty and cowardly h pes tp increase the receipts of the say. he wus shown known Kentucky last all oer season by O. T. Handldge nnd met defeat nature. treasury for 1911 about $94,000,000 only ufew'tlmes. HewentnrounU nohorse, ahowed every neckugajnatttllugeslnsweep-stak- e above the receipts for saddle rings nnd of It is said that Albert Charlton, who 000 in excess of those 1908 and $32,000, buck than second. He I. wus never further All n show horse unfor 1907, and der tuiddle. In voted for Bradley over the democratic barm. . helm, won quite n number of roadster rings. all nominee for U. S. Senator, will not be make books balance. National Maga- ngesat NlcholasIlle In bigHe defeatedring. roadster LightYou see from his breeding lie has two crossa candidate for from the zine. HUlrrel, twoof I'ealne,twoof Just after the Senate adjourned Sen- es of IllackJackson. If you nre looking for Louisville district that he dishonored. Htonewnll blood, here It Is. fashionable However until we hear from his sponsor, ator Bailey, of Texas, and W. S. Man Boo him nnd saddle horseand you will breed see him do Life, Live Mr. Watterson, who so far has not re- ning, a representative of the' New York to him. servo number of mnre. at pudiated him like he did McNutt, we Times, engaged in a fight. There was 3UWillInsure a limitedcolt. u ll Ing to shall not put our money on the proposi- a reference to Mr. Bailey's characterALL PEAVINE, tion that he will not be a candidate. It ization of the New York Times' writer as "an infamous liar" and too soon for all depends. Hubject to Keisjster. bystanders to apprehend what it was This horse la three years old, u red aorrel.n good shaped one and us good galted one as The Louisville business men may res- all about Manning struck Bailey with you will Und anywhere. Ho Is 1B.2 hands disolute against State wide prohibition as his umbrella and the two men clinched. high, wb. shown all oer the Btatelast year und wus only defeuted twice by they did last week, but tho people will They were separated without injury. stallions once under saddle and once In harness. Defeated both times by hi. half Petitions are being circulated in do tho voting. The saloons themselves brothers. Ho you ee he hasnt n bad record Ballard, Carlisle and Marshall as a show horse. He 1. all hi. name Implies, are resposiblo for their own undoing. 1st dam sired counties, which compose the Second beinglne 85; by Ilex l'ealne 17M.Harris' by in politics and Trying to dominate 2nd dum by Warren l'uu A. B. II. It. ; if you are of law have made them odi-o- Senatorial district, urging Judge E. looking3rd dam by John Nosely. It Is. Will for lVa lne blood hero Blred by Dignity Dare 11J, he by Chester in the sight of the majority, which Barry, editor of the Benton Tribune, be permitted to .erve limited number of Dure 10, he by Illack Hqulrrel W. he by King to a living colt. Toxnway William baa determined that they must go. to run independently for the State Sen- mares at $20timeInsure place will stand two istered InV7. Ittdam T. II. It. 47W,nlso regand At same Bhu by Vol. 10, A. colt, ts Muinlirlno(37l5). he by Almont (3d) ate. It is understood that Barry will food mule Jacks nt no to Insure a living they advertising as Jacks need Duvls by Orlt Davis, by Hour grand jury has indicted Gov. run if the number of signers Is encour- have made several seasons ut this burn and 2nd dum A THIRD lion Chief jSrd dam Mottle H.. by Foreign Haskell, of Oklahoma, for conspiracy aging. Barry was recently defeated every one know, their colts. Mervlce fee due Light, by Foreigner, by Iuiorted ' (lleuco; all by Cunningham Cop stock when to defraud the government in tho Mus- by W. V. Eaton, of Paducah, for the on.old,the above advertisedother dock. maro 4th d. m Kettle 0.,by Iniiorted Iluisnrd, Due traded or bred to I. 6th dam In all case, when colt U fouled. a. able otk, Almont Dure, so faron we are havtown lot cases. The governor democratic nomination. kogee He then pubrecord todl.cover.l. the first horse defeating w may be guilty, but we doubt it. The licly pledged his support to the nominee. ing to his credit the honor of Ith his own progeny those of his great tire. Dig. persistence of government sleuths Beems nlty Dare, doing .o with his first crop .of Everyone would bo benefited by tak- Ilred by Ool. Hall Anderson, JlcKlnney.Ky. coll. every time they cume together. As an to be the result of his row with RooseIndUlduul thl. Is a very uttracllte horse. 4 This velt, who set on foot an effort to cither ing Foley's Orioo Laxative for con- uauu. stiilllon Is tvdurkbay, oi yeur. old, la Id bunds high with tot. of weight and finish, men uoue.uc lion. stipation, stomach and llv.r trouble, u very lhesvy nmn. wiui uesi Head his pedi- color, bay taction extremely high nnd fa.t. mane and tall. ruin or embarrass him. ull eryfast Bhow.adlstlncl as it sweetens the stomach and breath, gree and you will see he I. u. well bred one and pleasunt. A sudikle gull), to the great full brother y o u can find in county. 4 jeur. for thut gently stimulates the liver and regu- u.Dalinus wa. sired by Ceclllan Chief. 1st elding, Ni'ltleton,great sold lit mure. Foxy The man who put the comic opera, show i,o Diind to the dam by Ultluius;2nd dam by (Jill's Vermont; ?lure, that won more premiums for the bow-eland it much superior sru Florodoro, on the stage, has been ad- lates the uuy lues, mi uuiu ry mini number of shows thnirauy mure ever sired mini uj judged a bankrupt. Tho original sex- to pills and ordinary laxatives. Now Blockings. Ill offering the son ices of this by Dignity Dure. Norh'. not for two splint, Stanford Drug Co. joung sIhIUoii, I feel but he Is what wu need lieWere It easily liue won thecoming on hlni tet of beauties have all struck paying Htuto's Huddle would to Improve our stock. He bus breeding, sue, Championship. This horse Ull result of u dirt, however. Evelyn Thaw, Nannio bone, seed uud action. He will get horse, long and cureful muting of the very lx--t The large plant of tho Manufacturing big enough to to make Patterson and the rest have been as Company of Carlisle, Pa., makers of brood murei. work, sell and ulsobreed and the country afforded. HI. Imcklug.ln blood Heehlm bcfoieou nibraltur Lit. continually In tho lime llht since, as steam und electric frogs, switches, etc., you will breed to htm. lie Is well euougu uud Individuality,rapidly.trong in him. iirowug und his colt, ure was destroyed by flro causing a loss of bred to get trotters. paid. He lie horse they wero while on tbe stage. Tr:it.M8.-V- lll low in Ice of 110 thl. make und ou will 1UUU weltour stable. stand him nt ut thu.euson of $125,000. to Insure Il Ing colt. Nr Ice fie due when willmiles from on the colt Is fouled, mure traded, sold pr bred to Ski le ! Liberty lluslonvllle to Insure Hustona living pike, ut 115 II Pains of women, head pains, or any other stock. The Brooklyn man who wrote 13,170 Mures traded or bred elsewhere rencolt. At same words on a postal card must have been pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with ucks, Jliutime uud place the two good mule ders season due at time of auch transaction. Porter uud llrlgnollu. You ull inuie juck at Will Jacks very much out of a job. A busy man Dr. Shoop's Pink Tain Tablets. See 1mow how these Insure bretd, colt. Money (irus. also .tuuu alu abundance yi. If per at furulshud TKllMrl. is to a living mouth. Uur personal attention to ull stock has no time for such a useless expend- full formula on 25c Uox. Sold by Pen- due u. with uboe advertised stock. but will not bo responsible for accident., It. . bOUDDKIt, McKlnu.y, Ky. ny's Drug Store. iture of energy. K.B. l'OWKL,I.AHO.V,Hutonvllle, Ky. 'l Ijiii-cast- Perhaps charges of irregularities against the general's political course could bo sustained, but there is not a man who knows him who could be made to believe other than that (in business and financial integrity the general is without reproach. Therefore any charges of official delinquency made by Gaines or any one else fall exceedingly flat, especially when tho animous is so apparent. Gov. Beckham, who his himself felt the "colonel's" poisoned darts, sees an effort also to criticise his administration, has an editorial in his State Journal in which he scores Gov. Willsonlfor rewarding such a man and permitting him to cast aspersions upon the honor of such an official as Gen. Johnston. If no other evidence of the smallness of Gov. Willson's nature was manifested than the employment of a man whose only claim to preferment by a republican administration is that he villified the governor's predecessor, wouldlfully establish it. The Interior .w. "" . II HMiru "" lu"i white, stnnusitr-- i nanus man brook. No. Hired bv silent riuiiHKR like. 197 record lilMt, the .Ire of Mnrgnret '" Insure rtith mo nnd bo fully protected. "Adam God," the Kansas fanatic who killed a policeman, who interfered with his meetings, was given 25 years, and the people who doubt his power may well say as they did of old: "If thou be God, rclcaso thyself from these bonds." R. G. Williams won the dem ocratic nomination for Commonwealth's attorney in the Kenton district, as his many friends and admirers in this sec- Von of Kentucky hoped and believed he would. Judge POLITICAL. Senator Aldrich forced votes on the sugar and tobacco schedules with the of usual result, tho recommendations the committee being sustained. Theodore Roosevelt, who is at pres ent the guest of Gov. Jackson, of Nai robi, has accepted an invitation to a public banquet to be given there In his honor Aug. 3. llrook. (S) H,, Ia-dJennie llrook, H ill!1 StU'j iMity llrook, :3U Klllott Htone, llrook nnd Illuming llrook, S::w. Wlent Henrch-ligh- t by Pnrknlght, No !NW, the .Ire of 2:OM, nnd Vnlpa, s:i'r Hrlghtllglit, by Alcyone No. Sii; J.ivS- Dnrknlght aired record 1:77. Ashland llrook'. lit dam lliinn Wren by A.hlnnd Wilkes, MHireeord till'i, the aire of John 11. (ifntry.SW,. Hnlly To- ler, ,'i; Asninnu Mime, sireu oy uwi Wllkt'i, Hlv, he by Ovortju Wllke.. ciHnd dam, Hide Lilly, by Pretender, 1111, 3rd dnm by Jim jionroe.Ko. N'otf.. A. hlnnd llrook l.nhnndtomo wny Kith lot. of .ubitmice. hn. n IkiUI of going with .lived, ttjle hnd Action. HI. iwu jtriin otun.l crop oi coil, iiru expect, they uiu, ami they nre nil one could nil bear ing good colors with plenty ol .lie, nnd grrBt.tylenndnnlth. A.blnnd llrook will mnku the present irnou nt 111 to In.urv n Hying colt, will alio.land the nrfnt mule nnd lennet Jack. Hilly Keene. at flO for mare, nnd a lor jennets to injure n living con. miij Keene wns .ireu ny mm irene,i.niniii ui the Imp. I'ulermo.id dnmby Levi Hubble1, l'rlnce, the .Ire of Joe Hlnckburn nnn Hilly Keene .tnnd. full IS hnnd., black, llh hlte point, nnd ns a breeder I. unaurpnoed n. mule or Jennet Jack, hi. colt, nlwny. bringing the hlghe.t price.. Mare, traded, parted with or bred chewberw forfeits the tn.urnnce nnd money becomes due nt tbe time of uch transaction. llutlintt,3:ll4 llt'ttte l!eilbrook,j;l7'(, - y Safeguard the Future The nfet,.urest nnd most adequate guard for the future Is a policy In safe- ! The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life fel-lo- It 1. conspicuous for economical manage, ment, liberality of Its policy contract., fair dealing with It members nnd large return, topollcy holder.. The company la Just entering the of n aucce.sful buslnea. career with more policy bolder. In Lincoln county than Low Show Gauze Socks, Straw and Panama Hats, Low Collars and Narrow Ties. These are the articles needed now and we can furnish them in SIXTY FOURTH YEAR nil other companle. combined. Write for particular., atnllng ngennd whether married or single to 11. M. NKWLANn.Hpeclal Act. Mycr. Houae Mata.Htanford. I. White. Jnme. Hollcltor for llockcnalle Co. llrlg-noll- n. JAMES N. DYE, DntlralHneclallst and Kxnert Wntchmak er, located iM'rmnnently nt Mcklnney, Ky., with n complete equipment for testing the ejes.nlion thorough knowledge nnd prac t leal experlencejgraduate from two schools. The Houth Itcnd College of Optics nnd Bradley Folytecnlc Inatltute.of l'corla, III., you are llurologlcnl Department. from eyestrain, headache, or If you are nenoui, Irritable, thotenrelhe Indica- tions of some derangement of the refrnctle system, which may often derlop Into ineeje nnu cnronicor incuruuiouiseiiseoi by properly cou In moat enses be prevented fitted glasses. Care sliould l taken In selecting our glaste. Mliflttid lenses. In erv inniiT cn.ei. nroie to be Injurious and sometimes fatal. Therefore jou should consult n practical optician. Watchmaking Department. My watchmaking department Is complete In vstry retwct. Can do pivoting, atamug.lewellug and all kinds of watch repairing In the most skilled nnd careful manner. Watch repairing: not watch "tlnkerlng"or "botching " g many prices and patterns. KING EAGLE. (No. KM.) Vol. 6, A. H. U.K. t i Journal, King Knglela It) hnnd. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dinwiddie & six-ce- Co. Prescription Pointers ! Hustonville, Ky. al Undertakers and Embalmers. We line six-ce- Chester Peavine ry an goods. It is customary for every druggUt to claim to be "best" In prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be bct. Thii .tore claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugi. Wehave the goods, the equipment, the ex- -, perience. g INSURANCE. ' Payne-Aldric- Den-mu- Property, Everything, Everywhere. ning, Fire, Tornado, Stock.Health and Accident, Plate Are You Going To Build ? Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which While wo nrojierc to build tho Lincoln county court houio and, iliould tho building fovcr strike you, why not havo a littlo talk with us? We aro are paid without n a better position to build you a nice count. Almont Dare 3228. Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being able to buy all material cheaper and therefore aro hi poeitlou to put a butldiug up for a considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too email and the distance will not btop us from figuring with you, matter not where you live. Wo invito any prospective builder to give us a trial. Wo furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. bacco Barns, Hemp, Kinds Farm Insures Tobacco, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. . ! js DALMAS. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. OUR thaw ml. repair. LAWN FENCE s is u less cxpensivo and better fenco Moro ornamental, durable and u timo saver as you need no saw, hummer and nails to keep it iu K.-- ii '""ul Wimtmmimiimim&smmmt IH Call at our storo, see tho bcautlf ul fabric and gates and let us show vou the low prices ou a good fenco job. " I. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. MftftMij tmffftmitm Pai i u i&m&Humf savmiimjEni"1 ' nwijiiiii mw TW'pm up wi nwu-awy"--- - Values Extraordinary. No. 1247. No. 1211. No. 1350. No. 1132 1 1 3 No. 0052. No. 0050. Green and whito stripe Mescaline . worth 822.50 1 now-$15- Silk Princess Suit, siio 36 Mulberry Self Stripo Suit stie 34, worth $30 now 110.75. Green Self Stripo mil lito 30, worth 130 now 810.75. Green Self Stripo Suit siio 31, worth $30 now Iloo Self Stripo Suit sho 31 worth 810.50 now $10.75. 1 1 If ft real raving appeals to yon; read this list of reductions on very do Old Roso Mescaline Silk Princess Suit now $13.75. 1 1 1 sie 30, worth $10.50 No. lOhl. $10.75. tlrnblc merchandise. Every garment Wight this season; of tho newest colors nnd fabrics. Almost identical in stylo and color to the Fall models No. 1324. now ltcing shown. Black Silk BcngalinaCoat, sizo 30 worth $22 now 15. Green Stripe Novelty Suit (coat skirt,) size 31 worth $22.50 1 Coma and look these over they are positively tho great- now 1.50. est bargains you ever saw. No. 7408. 1 Grey Stripe Novelty Suit size 34 worth $25 now $15. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Skating rink Friday night. We are still mixing that real paint nn Somerset street at Ends' tin shop. Look in Tribblo & Pence's handsome d china closets for Mrs. McClary'a hand-painte- & SON, i. STANFORD KY. an W. II. Hfggins' Rink Friday evening. Engsge skates early. Binder twine nt t t Btahfoiid, Ky., - Jini: 1, 1000 Wedding and graduating presents of Folding bed, good as new, for salo quality at Mueller's. . ...i t at a bargain If taken at once. Mrs. There will be skating nt Walton's W. B. McRoberts. Opera Houso Friday night. m s L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Iceckeam soda water at l'cnny's Drujr. Store. PERSONALS. Mn. C. E. UoilON, of Lebanon, was hero Sunday. Mrs. YV. k. Warner was with tho homefolks in Garrard. TiiunMOND Tudor was In Mt. Vernon yesterday on business. atDu. E. J. Brown Is In Loulsvlllo tending more lectures. Miss Annie Davis McRouerts is vlsitlnjr her cousin In Danville. Mns. U. B. Wilkinson and daughters are visltlnR In Casey county. Orchard, wcro callers Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Jones, of Crab at this office Friday. Mias Lena Palmer went to her homo at Klrksville Friday to spend her vacau.oo MinTiii Vaiinon. of Asheville, N. C, la with her aunt, Mrs. Mattlo Klrby of MlllersburK, is visitlnB Miss Louiso Woods. Mim ncTTic Paxton has returned from a protracted visit to Loulsvlllo tion. iimcUlu Elizabeth Bush Allen, I relatives. Miasm Kathleen WALTER and AUIe Yantls, of Lancaster, were with friends hero Sunday. - her position as saleslady In Hughes. Martin & Go's. A vine plcturo of Howard Camnitz. of Hustonvllle, appeared in Sunday's Mr. JofiErii B. Paxton attended a meeting of his graduating class at Richmond last week. Miss Mattie McClary Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Ycagcr. at Fork Ridge, Tcnn. Mr. T. J. Smith and family have to Rowland after a lengthy sojourn at Woodward, la. Miss Jennie Newland will return whero this week from Campbellsburg. she taught tho last year. Hon. Geo. E. Stone and little son, of Danville, wcro here Saturday, the former on legal business. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson, of Pittiburg, Pa., aro with her parents, Mr nml Mrs G. P. Bright. Musdames Mattie Nenius and Bet- tlo Caldwell aro with the family or J p rtuek at Gilberts Creek. Miss Helen White, of Stanford, is the guest of Mlsa Olllo Uooson wn mora Cor. Jessamine Journal. Mioa kmzaiietii Shumate, of Dan vllle, who has been with Miss Bertha Jackson, went up to London yesteruay, MponAuca Mary Owens and W. B Penny tnd Messrs. G. M. Cooper and C. B. Owens, of Danville, wero hero yesterday. Mmano A. K. AND WOODS WALKER, Courier-Journa- l. Miss Emma V. Warren has resided or -- J Record. Annie Herndon.-Lanca- ster Mb. W. B. McRobertb has rented from Dr. J. C. Bogle hla residenco on Third street and his family will move from Stanford to Danville In thocourso of a few days. Mr. McUoberta was for number of yeara a leading druggist In Stanford, and after selling out accepted a position with Mr. J. E. Davis, tho local pharmacist. Ills daughter. Misa Mary McRoberts, Is well remembered as a atudent In Caldwell College. Recently she has been studying music In Cincinnati and is said to bo a very fine vocalist. Advocate LOCALS. nf ttarrarri. were on yesterday a train re turning from Louisville, whero. they had been to sco Mr. Ed H. wantcr, who Is there In a hospital and who is getting along nicely. Mn it J. McllonERTS and daugh ter, Annlo Davis, of Stanford, visited Mrs. It. E. Mcltobcrts. Mlsa Kathcr-in- o Harris, of Stanford, Is visiting her grand-parenJudge anu asm. r.. Stan-forHarris. MIm Polly Trayior, of hu been a recent visitor of Misa r. d, Rink Friday night. Libbey cut glass nt Mueller's. T Clothes Fanner. ' "" ' French cleaned. Cook & A cood tobacco bed for salo. Camenlseh, Stanford. T J. B. Beduinq planta ara now ready and we are ready to put them out. Ed i. n S. C. Brown LegFor SALE.-P- uro For Sale. Cow peas and German horn eggs. Improved laying strain. Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist and opti Mrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonvllle, Ky. millet seed. C: C. Carpenter, cian. Olfico over II. J. McRoberts' Phono 83-- rings. clothing store . of wire fencEventually you will use Denham's Just received a d prices. Screen doors at money-savinRex Coal In your cook stove. Why not ing, barbed wiro and nails. Georgo If. Wo Includo a box of fixtures with each begin now and save tho difference ? Farris. door. G. D. Hopper. Yards at Stanford and Rowland. In order to vary tho monotony of IS I will havo another hat salo Satur Any one desiring stenciling dono in these quiet times the young folks will day. Every hat goes at n reduction. curtains, waists, etc , will see mo at enjoy a rink Friday night. Miss Ella May Saunders. Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Huntonville, .i. "Uncle" Allen Smith, a well- si known Negro of tho Logantown sec Taxes. Tho tax books for 1909 are each Friday. Gablo W. Bradshaw. now ready. Come In nnd get your retion, The Journal of Education, Boston, burieddied Sunday night and will be ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. Mass., published Prof. J. W. Ireland's The Thcatorium continues to draw splendid contribution to this paper, The bankers and postmaster took Change crowds. of pictures every "Influence of Music on Citizenship," holiday yesterday but the rest of us Monday, Wednesday and Friday night. and made a most complimentary notice put in the usual number of hours at of it. hard labor. In the afternoon a number For Sale. 60,000 Brazilian and Berold soldiers marched cemetery SeeTheKrause Riding Cultivator. of placed flowers on to thegraves muda potato plants, 20c per 100; $1.75 and the of It has everything on tho market beat. their old comrades. per 1,000. W. S. Wlgham, Morcland, Ky. ". In tho way of a riding cultivator. The pivot axle Is a practically two in one Murphy. -- Mrs. S. E. Murphy, who A number of lovers of the sport from plow. Can plow as good on rolling land lived here until some 12 years ago, died game of this place, attended the match as on level. Don't fail to see It be- in New Mexico and the remains were boio ball between Harrodsburg and fore buying. E. T. Pence. brought here and Interred in Buffalo on the latter's grounds FriLancaster ii. cemetery at 1 o'clock yesterday afterday afternoon. Lancaster won both Somerset. Somerset was in her ga- noon, nfter brief remarks at the grave games. la attire last week and tho good little by Rev. T. W. Barker. Her husband city was alivo with people The andied several years ago but two sons, Miss Mary Roberts, the talented nual street fair was going on and aged 1G nnd 18, survive. Mrs. Murphy elocutionist, has heen selected as Som were on hand from Buck creek lived in Louisville and had gone contest to to New erset's representative at the to tho head waters of Fishing and from Mexico for the benefit of one of her bo held in Stanford Juno ICth, under Burnside to Buncomb. Since the beauboys. Her brother, Cnpt. W. R. Hutchtho direction of Miss Polly Trayior. and park have been built will represent the tiful fountain ison, of Lexington, accompanied the Tho contestants In the "square" thero is not sufficient cream of Central Kentucky elocution room for the street fair In town, so tho remains here. ists. Somerset Times. fair grounds were pressed into service. Circuit Court. Mike Munday, on The countv officials of Garrard will Most of tho shows wero good and the trial for killing little Kittie Farmer nublish n statement of the financial con free attractions were abovo tho aver- when wo went to press Friday, was ac dition of that county in n few days. age. Somerset is moving along nicely quitted. William Barnett was given This is dono according to law. Our fis and business is good, notwithstanding three years for forgery. Miller Broad- cal court doesn't seem to have as high the fact that the division has been mov- dus got 10 years for theft. The case regard for tho law as that of our neigh ed to Danville and not a great deal of of Steve Benedict for shooting nt the boring county. What Is tho matter? work is being done in tho shops. The Morcland camp meeting was continued. Certainly there is no rottenness in Lin stores have every appearance of pros W. N. Lane was fined $100 for pointing perity, tho banks are full of money and his pistol nt another. Walter Warfield coln. somo building and lots of repairing is was acquitted of the charge of cutting THE young people of the Baptist going on. Tho republican campaign Delva Adams and Ilollio Warfield for church of Crab Orchard will give the for countv offices is warming up and be- cutting Wm. Adams was also given his Interesting play, "Among the Break tween now and June 12, when tho pri- freedom. Maude Ella Johnson forfeiters," at tho Baptist church thero to- mary will bo held, there will bo pulling ed her bond of $100. The contest case night week, Tuesday, June S, tho pro- and hauling galore. Seventy candi- of M. S. Baughman against W. L. ceeds to go to tho church. Tho admis- dates for tho various offices paid in and over the democratic nomination sion prlco will bo 15c and 25c. Go and tho ballot will bo a largo one. Our 61d for sheriff, had the attention of the see a good play and help n most lauda- countyman, Judge E. S. Gooch, is still court when we went to press. ble cause. holding down the office of clfy or police I will credit no ono for judge, to tho satisfaction of good peoPositively, Thi McKlnnty Woolen Mills, laundry. I will cheerfully deliver all ple and to the terror of evil doers. He mwKSnnsyi Sty, splenwith laundry but If the delivery boy Is not is a candidate for and did chances of winning. It would be a paid he will bring tho laundry back Iinowtn operation nml ! renUy to one l.lneyt, In making it will bo kept at my barber shop until calamity to defeat such a satisfactory the publicKlannelt, Yarn,, Ji'nm. Will either Ktc. lllankett. it is paid for. 1 am compelled to take official. Somerset democrats are very work wool or exchange good tor It. High- wool. this step owing to an accumulation of desirous that Editor Cecil Williams, of I'll market price lor C. ILWltinilT, ITor, accounts, which has put mo In tho hole, tho Times, win the secretaryship of the which will havo its headEd Wilkinson. He Is well SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENCI quarters at Lexington. THE Court of Appeals affirmed tho equipped for tho place and is deserving NEERING. judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court of recognition. I mn prepared to do all kind, of nrreyliiR in the caso of T. J. Hill. Sheriff, against nml cl 11 engineering uromntlv. My work mv prlcei J. C. Caldwell. Sheriff Hill sought to Honor Roll Stanford Graded and will be guaranteed and McKlnney ori.ie reacnll mo sonable. Write me at 150 head of High School for ninth month: collect a tax warrant upon oerttie telephone through thelluitonvllle James r.xcuaiige. cattlo which Caldwell, a resident of Grade 1. Graco Anderson, WALTEK McKINNEY Boyle, had pastured In Lincoln. The Burke, Smith Burke, Eloise Bcazlcy, Joscphino Beazley, Mary Brackctt, El ourt says the cattle are not taxablo In sie Coleman, Frank Cordler, Georgo The Truth Lincoln county. Every person in this city who issuf Fleese Farrls, Paul Garman, Mary Gar Eczema, Pimples, Dand Mr. J. S. Hocker, president of the man, Rebecca Goldstein, Walker Hub fcring from scalp dis Valley Land Company, re ble, Morris Jackson, Daisy Lunsford, ruS or any form of skin or Cumberland ease, can find relief and be permanent turned from Big Stono Gap, Va., Sat Mario Powell, Stella Walker, Lucilo ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi urday. While there ho gavo an option Waters, Louiso Waters. manager of the Grade 2. Rachel Hill; Mary Burke, external use. All durggists sell ciwj to M. D. Bachman, Jr., PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Black Mountain Coal & Land Co., on Willie Rankin, Wilbur Connett, Tilden 6.C30 acres, a part of tho companys Cooper, Bailey Dawes, Virgil Moore. land. The option price Is $150,000 and Grade 3. Carrie Anderson, Florence FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNIs made subject to tho approval of the Dawes, Sylvia Farmer, Annlo R. PowTY FOR SALE I directors, who will meet in Stanford ell, Hobart Arnold, Richard Arnold, A II no blue gran furin (or tale iltuited on June 5th. Leon Davis, Claiborne Walton. new plku near l'olut Lea veil and six mile, . Brady, Clinton Cole outh ot Lancaster, containing 8UO acre,, Grade Mr. J. A. Hammonds has sold his man, located In good neighborhood, beinge Joe T. Embry, Matsy Grimes, well ol the John Walker tract, wltha part stock of groceries at Hubble to Boone een-rooresidence new, Jesse Hocker, Nellie Wilson Hill, Jean Sanders, of HeJgeville. Possession Paxton, Ethel Powell, Hartwell Shanks, thereon, wlili all nec4ryoutbulldlngiBnd good, new Mini uiou. wen wutvrru. iia will bo given between Aug. 15 and (ailing iprlngi and creek running Grade 6. Maud Arnold, Frances never Sept. 1. Ho gives up the mercantile Brackctt, Bessie Brackett, Georgia Ca- through. li cnih In hand, balance one and Tkhiiii yearn (rout day o( tale, bearing ill per business because of falling health and bell, Ella Eichenberger, Bessie Moore, cent iniereii uiuii immu. is undecided as to his business future. Effio I'ertona look In it for nch place pleaie write Ware, William Carson, Harry or tee W.U. WALKKii.Htanlord. We hopo, however, that ho will remain Farmer, Jonathan Rankin. In Lincoln countv. whero ho has a le Mary Grade C Ethel Brackett, gion of friends and where ho Is held In Shepherd Cook, Mary Greer, Boyco o( the city p( Htanford very high esteem. Hunn, John Thomas McAlistcr, Joe doThe city a council (ollowm ordain 1. It Mc. Newland, Verna Rout, Mary Mooro be the duty of the owner ol hull rtENTON. Dr. Percy Benton. Grand proiierty In tne lown or aianioru to cut an Ranlnr Deacon of tho Masonic Grand Raney. wcHlmiul uru.a from the kldeHalktoriuive- nronerty ... Brady, Marlon iniiiii.iii front- ol. the ."...I nay ol. tuchoKii- -Grade 7. LnVcrno Lodgo of Kentucky, died at his home In "."" " r. . er between uie m and loin ' 01 juue.juGrimes, Mannlo Mob-le- It, AUgiut and Hepiemiwr iiuu to Keep iucii Mt. Vernon Friday night. Ho hod been Grimes. William altluwalkor pavement clean und tree Iruiu Eva Moser, Grace Young. In declining health for several months. weediund gm. 9. Thrt fiillurrt to eut ueedi or ffrai. with Grade 8. Cathcrino Gentry, Oca Mowas w delv known as a phy rtr. Iicnton in the lluui herelu nxed, or the (allure to sician, Mason and Knight Templar. Ho ser, Lucy Leo Walton. keep the .Idewalk cleau and free from gran weeda ihall Freshman. John M. II. Waters, audeucn onenite. be punlnhrd by u line of tfi was 45 yeara of ago and is survived by lor two children. The funoral Harris Coleman. his wife and S. TliU ordinance to be In force and effect Sophomore. Salllo Burdette, Joseph from lt.nuhllcatlonlnoneUnue ol the Ik- and burial took place at Mt. Sterling tkhioh Joukn al newipuper. Sunday and was in charge of the Hopper. A. U. KLOHKNOK, Muyor. unior. Thomas Bright. L. It. II UQ 11 EM, City Olerk. J Grand Lodge of Masons of Kentucky. china. New Goods I JuU received n line of Ladies' Collars and Cords, lor neck iu all colors nnd sizes. Wash Belts, Belting, Carrcttes, Ribbons in all Colors, Qualifies nnd Widths. Also nice lino of Children's aud Ladies' Hose in all colors. Gloves iu Kid nnd Silk. Belt Pins, Beauty Pins, A'c. We carry tho very newest that the market can afford nnd our prices nro right. Come in nnd inspect. Wc can save you money on Ladies' Skirts and Linca Wash Suite. 3 car-loa- g ' hughes, Martin & co., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. mm n IT ISN'T YOU ALONE! We want the custom of your friends; quite and your we propose I as much ns wc want yours; to ecII them by pleasing you. When you como to us for SUMMER SUIT, wc arc going to give you so good a one for your money be that much or Wo have little wc sell. that you'll be glad to tell your friends about ue, nnd about the clothes After all that's the best kind ot advertising there is. Mc-Car- ty just received another shipment oi nobby patterns and they nro tho OF STALE" make. "PILE W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY in - PRODUCE Lancaster, Stanford, Huston ville and Brodhead. NORTHCUTT Stanford. BROWN I1ANLEY RID1NQ CULTIVATORS ! H. B. Brown Manley Pivot Axlo Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at $27.50. Browu Mnnley Pivot Gang Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues nt 827.n0. Theso cultivators havo been in use here for several in every respect. The regular price on the years and Pivot Gang is 828 and the Pivot Axlo 831. The reason that I nin offering these plows nt tho above price is that I am overstocked. Call and eeo before buying. leIn hand-nom- two-itor- to AN ORDINANCE. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, Stock Of Furniture For Sale! Tho stock of Furniture iu Lancaster, Ky., owned by tho lato J. C. Robinson, is offered for salo privately. It is tho only storo of tho kind in Lancaster aud a spleudid stand to mako mouey. For particulars apply to J. B. Collier,Lancaster,Kyor T. J. ROBINSON, Ex'r., Huttonvlll. Kentucky. 4. L. "i The Interior Journal. Pot-Offi- F AMUR'S D1PARTM1HT. J. M. Roberta, of Pulaski, bought a lot of hogs nt 6i to 6c. u at Stanford el R. If. Crow sold to John Lutes DO Mntertdin the mttnd-cla- n hogs to go July 1st to 10th at 61c matter. Thirty of cholco export cat- tlo wcro shipped from Cynthlana to Philadelphia Friday. No. JI.Houth.lliMr. at. Iko Scott, of Mercer, bought the No. JR. South, ll:l A K. No. H. North, 4 II) A. X. Capt. Harry Brown farm of 144 acres No. , North, Bin r. X. No.T7, 10:7 A. x. near Versailles, at $110.60. No.S,S:MP.M. R. II. Llllard, of Anderson county, sold to J. D. Callery, of Pittsburg, the JOS. 8. RICE, mare, Rickey, trial 2:13, for $3,000, Worthlngton & McMakln sold W. T. I Robertson a mare mule colt for $145. hore power boiler and engine nnd saw This is said to be the highest prlco over sill for sale. Will soli either or both. paid for a mule colt in this section. OilAfi. K!AM!f,Ottenlielm, Ky, rostofllce, Waynesburg, Ky. Harrodsburg Herald. A. N. Wells, of Shelby City, owns the greatest cow in tho State. She gives 36 quarts of milk each day. All tho milk is churned each day and makes lj pounds of butter dally. Advocate. I'dtslre to noil prUntely my stock of Hardware. Doing n good bull Tho Patten May wheat deal was clos ness. Will Invoice about $.I,V. Kenton 111 health. ed on tho Chicago Board of Trade at I) HOPI'KU.Btnrtford. Ky. OKO. $1.34, an advance of 451 cents over the price list of last Juno. It will take Nttlct Ptultry some time to figuro out the profits of Sow li the tlmo of yeor to feed your ton Is tho Patten interests. cures Cholera. Oaw, Rood tonle, The highest price overpaid for a nine-da- y Konp, canker and Llmberneck, when fed rs suckling mulo colt In Bourbon was k preventive It not only keeps them healthy Iny. tut makes them no cure, no pay, guaranteed paid when William Thomas sold ono to Price 60 centi, by your druggltt, Oeo. U l'enny, try It under Thomas Robertson, of Bath county, for the guarantee, Ask for booklet on diseases TT $155. The colt to bo delivered at wean of poultry. .i ing time, the purchaser assuming all car-loa- N. TIME THBLE Agent. FOR SALE Foaled SIRKfS.-IK- M Pond, tied Wilkes, Old George Wilkes, Hysdlck) ltamblctonlan. Dam. Uambetta wllk.es (the greatest g sire of trotters), xnd dam O, K. Ulay more money than bora Isold for to Itoyie county). any dam St. over HI Srd more. (St. Klniore produced Idol and two others better than hhe Is lu the old brood mara list. This colt Is a hand.nme, dark tiny, 13 J hands! of great substance nnd stylo. Oan shown forty clip, without any track handling. Is level headed, easily handled, should transmit grewt form, style and speed to Ills colts, which should sell readily at fancy lHJUat my Jirlces. Will make tho season of and Htan-for- d between Danville on the Hhort pike at 110 to lnsun n llv-tcolt. Will bo handlnl for speed after season, A. U. T. SMITH, 11. K. D. No. t, Hox It. STAKroiui, Kt, I'hono US A, Danville. MayMwa. ItY-In- H needy son ot the Wilkes family. GOLD BOND Pence, Jr.. will make the season of 1W at the barn of the late John 7.. Hpoonamore, X mile from llowland, nt 110 to Insure n living colt. If mnre Is traded or parted with, the season money becomes due. Pence. Jr., bay stallion, years old, full lit hands high, rood style andartlon.by lYnce, hehy ltlensl,he by Ilclmont, ho by Aleian-iter'- s Abdullah. Pence's 1st dam fir Almont Forrest, ind dam hytlnrrard Chief, Srd dam by Urey Kagle, 4th dam by Ooppertmttom, 7S. by Pence, Jr. 1st dam by Kd Harlow Castelar ion, he by Volunteer M. Kd 1st dam by Woburn, 2nd dam by a Mambrlno bnrse. Itnl dam by Mambrlno Messenger, Pence. Jr.'smd dam by dill's Vermont. Pence, Jr.s colts are nil showing up nicely nnd they benr proof ot him as n breeder. Mnres grated nt li per month; not responsible for accidents or escapes should nny occur, OKO. BTOONAMOIIK .t IIIIO., llowland liar-low- 's PENCE, JR. MY LINE OF r 1 TROUSERS! Is Now Complete For Tho Button. yV' Ms, MandSUMMER Better tlinn ever handled before for tho Price. line of Also tho most Dorscy Golddust, 12052. Full brother to K. telle. No. J10. Hired by Zllcadl (lolddust,4i, (by (told, dust ISO by Vermont Morgan nnd on to Justin Morgan. Tho dam of Zllcndl Cloldditst was by nn I nip. Arabia n Htnllton Zllcadl. The dam nf Dorsey (iolddust Is Florence by (lolden Mingo Chief n son of (Inns Oomet .Morgan anu on 10 jusiiu morgan. Niitk. This Is nn Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion the blood now In demand. A rich dappled 1m, black points, IS hands high lsoulbs stallion of great beauty and notion, with sreed nnd endurance and unexrelleil os a producer of high class show, road and eastern norses. rno reconis 01 nn nrouuer both In show nnd sale rlnis Drove his value nnd merit nsn producer of line rond, show nnd sale horses. The present 'season will tie made nt my barn JH miles from Htanford.nt IS) to Insure a living colt. Money due w hon colt comesor mnre pancu wim, jinrcs Kepi on urnti ntloo per day. Good care given but no responslblllty for accidents or escapes. K.rtKID. J. K. BAUGHMAN, Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Dtack. jack, with white points, 16 hands, with heavy bone and plenty of body, PEDICREEL-Si- rcJ ,by Tarkington's Na- 1st dam by J. K. Baughman, he Klen. Stonewall; 2nd dan on jennett's Sr by s!J . Imparled Prince; she out ol a jennetl by Old Jim t'orter. Mule colts, Jill; Jrnnetts, SIS; Jacli, $20. Men's and ladies' Oxfords In MORGAN DENMARK Bay taJdle stallion, 16 hands, good action. PEDIGREE.-Si- red style and !.alstr;! When Ordering Clothes scientific preparation fot Stops itching instantly external CHURCH MATTERS. and destroys the germs that cause skin The Presbyterian's Bpeclal committee diseases. Ecxema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable decided upon Nashville as the place for medicine. All Druggists. Write for sam- the meeting in 1910. ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. Father Thomas II. Miles, spiritual diPenny's Drug Store. rector of St. Louis University, a native of Bardstown, is dead. The Northern Presbyterian Assembly condemning the Have our measure taken by a tailor of ex- adopted a resolution perience. Then your clothes, whethcra low use of tobacco by ministers and lay price business suit or the llnest erenlnir men. clothes, will hate that Individuality and ni Elder Isaiah Boone Grubbs, of the which plainly Indicate they were made to jour.mensurc. I wlllalsotake your meas- College of the Bible, at Lexington, reextra trousers, fancy vests, top tired Tuesday on the anniversary of ure for roats and overcoats. Htirlng and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection. his 85th birthday. H.O.KUrLEY.TheTatlor, It has been determined bv the Ken Stanford, Ky. tucky Holiness Association In session at Lexington to rebuild Asbury College Itching Skin Diseases recently destroyed by lire at Wilmore, by Zcmo. A liquid instead of moving it to Louisville. Are readily cured Rev. O. D. Boggs, moderator of the for external use. Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form Southern Presbyterian General Assem bly, was named as jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All committee on schools secretary of the and colleges. It Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, will be his duty to visit different points St. Louis. Mo. within the presbytery for the purpose lose Med. Co.. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. of raising funds and maintaining inter G. ZEMO, a use. Eczema is Curable risk. nnd business horses that will bring you fancy prices. He has some yearling nnd colts that I Invite breeders to see. l'KniORKic. Lincoln Huulrrel was sired by Marlon Huulrrel, KM, ha by Hlack Hiiulrrel, 1M, he by black Kagle. 71, he by King William, 07. Marlon HqulrrePsnrstdnm by Green Mountnlnj Jnddam by Hughes' Kdwln Forest; Lincoln Squirrel's llrst dam, Kate by Messenger Breeae, full Messenger brother to Maudo Messenger, record, 1:19; t, ind dam Maria Depnuw by Mambrlno a full brother to Lady Thorn, J:Jl;8rd dam Mollle Orow by Helm's Yorkshire. Black HqulrrePs grand sire Is the sire of s more noied saddle horses thnn any other horse In the world, such as Highland Denmark, Chester Dare, Iled Hqulrrel and many others. Will mnketbe season ol 190V at my livery bam In Stanford nt invito Insure nll Ing colt. Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with. Htur-lighhigh-clas- by Old On Time. Id dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson; 3rd dam by Matchless; 4th dam by Traatby. Hat walking prorra a great breeder ol high-clahories. Will stand al $8. Alto a splendid mule jack al )7. The aboie seaions are due when colt is foaled, mare or jennetl traded or parted with. Mares and jrnnetts grated at $2.50 per month, Personal attention given at all times. Impregnates used when necessary. Care taken black points, IS hands to prevent accidents, but not responsible should Iled lny7.year-old- , made, heavy mnne nnd tall, any occur. Above mentioned stock owned and hlRh and full good bone, splendid back nnd line neck, sell stood by set In hlRh tntiiitilnl .boulders; n combined R. C. PETTUS. Stanford R. F. D. No. 4. bred horse, but I use him only in harness and a. more perfect harness horse I hnve 6 miles Crab Orchard fit Lancaster pike. Res-dennever seen: can step very fast with extreme Phone Lancastct 7&--F. high action nil around nnd I think him to bo one of the best stallions In the Htnte to high-clas- s, wnlk-tro- t breed to, to get good auj stylo you wish. Call and let us show you what wo have. Lincoln Squirrel. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. You Will Make No Mistake in Buying PRESTON KING. The Red Light L est. FARM FOR SALE m I The farm of HO acres, of good blue grass land, lying one mile North of McKlnney.on the Btonford pike. Improvements and fencing good; plenty of wnter nnd fruit. Alto 123 acres of timbered land one mile Kait of McKlnney ; halt under fence ; plenty of water ana gooa tooncco lana. nee grow J.A.OlVKNH.Ageiit. ngcrop. McKlnney, Ky. A Thrilling1 Rescue. How Bert H. Lean, of Cheny, Wash., was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill tho world. "A hard cold," he writes, "brought on a des CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! ran furnish the uuuucwltti the best, as wellns the freshest of cut dowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted nowt-rs- , on snon I notice. Also make it specialty of wreaths lor lor tunerni purposes. In connection with the nliove, Ilme nil kinds of eetabIeson hand ut reasonable prices. OHUISTMAN (1IIKEN HOUHKH. ED HUUllAHII. l'HOH. Stanford. Ky. perate lung trouble that badled an expert doctor here. Then I paid $10 to $15 a visit to a lung specialist In Spokane, who did not help me. Then I went to California, but without benefit. At last I used Dr. King's New Discovery, which completely cured me and now I am as woll as ever.'" For Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme. 50c and SI. Trial bottlo free. Gusran- toed by Penny's Drug Store. Three men were killed and one seriously injured when a freight engine and caboose on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad ran into a washout on the lino of the Mobile, Jackson and Kansas City Railroad. To avoid serious results take Foley's Iled sorrel horse, tyears old.Hlinnds high, extra weight nnd bone. Hired by famous roadster nnd sire. Iled Leaf, who Is too well known to all horsemen to need description and iedlgiw, ho by O. P. Olay tllH, 1st dam by Itetl Wilkes. Iled Light's 1st dam was Day Maid by Ueclllnn l:lv, son of the great Clamliettn Wilkes: Ind dam Nell by old IlalsoratSnldam Noonday byHt. Klmo; 4th dum Midnight by Pilot, Jr.. Stb dam Twilight by Lexington; 6th dam Pnrkness by Wagner. In offering the services of this promising young stallion we feel safe In saying that with his size, style, form, speed nnd action n great stock that he Is bound to prove livery born In horse. Will stnnd nt my Stanford nt 115 to Insure a living colt, money due when colt Is fontwl or mnre parted with. He sure to see him before breeding your good mares. tl.a. I1KA7.LKY. Stanford. Ky. lleg.No.MM.A.H. H. It. llenutlful bay saddle stallion, 1SJK hands, foaled June, IVKV. His sire was the greatest show horse In Kentucky. He has balance, high action and the speed Indicated by these blood lines. He has the long, thin neck, strong, short back, delicate head, well set, heavy tall, flat bone, clean hock and good foot and eyes so characteristic of the get ot the Denmarks. We feel that Preston King's speed, action nnd Individuality must add to the merit of our Kentucky horses nnd we nsk for him n llbernl patronage. This richly bred young horse has nil the qualities of a great sire: bone and style. His blood lines come to htm through selected stock. Preston KM, his sire, was the greatest show horse of his day, winning at nil the fairs nnd horse shows, taking th You blue string at Ht. louls, winning see that Preston King can not help but be n great saddle horse aire. Ills dam, Nelly 8A) was by VanMeter's King 73U, tracing to Stonewall Jackson, and on his sire's side to Washington Denmark M. pKiitiiHsr. sired by Prestonftsf.by Washington 64. by Cromwell 73, by Washington Denmark, 01. 1st dam by Vnn.Meter's King TSS.by Sliver King, by On Time, by Stonewall Jackson, K. S Hubble', great show horse. 2nd dnm Jlp, by the famous Cab.' IP. Islington by (list's Black Hawk, K S. sire. Dam, Belle bv Ilboderlck 101. by Mambrlno Ingram! vu, Washington M.dam Alice SI, by Harp's Halcoe lot. VanMeter's King n, dam Maud V ), by Granger F. H. Tr.nn'S Mares will te kept nt ttM per month nt owner's risk. They will receive the most careful attention. Mares sold or parted with Krfelts Insurance nud the fee becomes due. Will make the seasait of U9 at our place at lo to Insure n living colt. Also will stand one good black Jack, four years old, nt lu to Insure u lit Ing colt. W. 1I.AC. L. DL'DDKHAIt, llowland, Ky Phone IIS-- Dj. BrownRiding 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. ll. W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Hustonvilie, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY 'SELECTION we have ever shown. Styles up to the minute. Prices licyond competition. Wo alio statu tbat our Spring Line is now complete. To money, como nnd co and be ' convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoes fur Ladies, Mines "lid Children and our line of Jeiit'a Shoes will certainly please. Ilanau and Walkover lines aro hummer!! ami aro strictly reliable. Yours fur an honest deal, c f HE SAFEST AND QUiftsr WAV Tu TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES EtrWD0L .HIDES-FU- RS Feathers, Tallow, Keeswax, Gtaseaa. GoIdfnSta!. (Yellow Root), etc We sre Dealers, ana csn no uctier for you uisa agents or commission merchants. tteterence, any Hank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list aad shipping tags. We furnish u ool bags tree. APPLY TO LOCAL MANAOER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPAHV ecRoTtn M. SABEL & SONS, CBTABUtHCB I 229 E. Market SL IN .Ms) LOUISVILLE. KY. . Kidney Itomedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache, urinary irregularities, exhaustion, and you will soon be woll. New Stanford Drug Co. James Sharp, alias "Adam God," was convicted in Kansas City of Policeman Michael Mullane. in a riot, and was sentenced to twenty-liv- e years in tne penitentiary. kill-inir ClIAKLIM sbipped In 30 minutes sure wiih Dr. Hhontis Croup Hemeily, Uue test will surely prove. no vomiting, no distress. A safe and pleasing sirup toe. DrulsU. WllKELKIt. CROUP 1S.2 GEORGE HUR, 610 to Insuro aLlv-In- tr Colt. Also nood Mulo Jack at the same prleo and on name conditions. M. S. Hauqiiman, Stanford, Ky. Draft Stallion, at J,L.Beazley&Co., REVERSA 47162. hands, fonled In Ife. bred by (1. A I'. Danville. Kv. Trottet a mile In with three weeks' handling. Hired by (ItimhettA Wilkes IW, StlvW; Sin 1M list, IS 111 1:10 list, it lu ttli list, M in the tlS) list, "II 111 the iu list. Urnnd sire of 3 trotters and pacers with records of l:M or iHitter, One of his great urn lid sous Is credited with 11 performers. aud his descendants In K:lW list, all told, are now ubout 870 lu number. lstdnm rinkHlnrlle by Mambrlno Martin l)l,slreof lAanddamiuf M.lncludlnit (Jul nette:06, KoiyClurdtlOT, Ubesley lilt) and others. 2nd dam Martha, by Lyln Wilkes iW, sire of T and dams of llessle Leuch l:on;,, John and It others'. T.J:iwi,OlliiKl:ll 3rd unm Kllso, by Imp, Iluckden, Ituversa will make the present season nt the stable cf James MoKeohule ueur Hubble at tlo to Insure a Ling roll. Preventics nnd see! Btore. 48-25-c. thoso Candy Cold Cure old by Pennys Drug m m Tabletswill safely an' quickly check all colds and the Grip. Try them once Why should I move aside And leave the end seat free When on a trolley ride? Nobody moves for me. I. Cecil. !W Dndei takers and Embalm era. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugr. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Control of the Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton Kailway, it is announced, will pass shortly to the Baltimore and Ohio. S Hhetlani ony,!N Inches tall, owned by Hugh Iteld Foster, will make the season at '110 ;to 11m U liv nn Itunnptn,! (ulliv Shut ro.t tl.Ull 111 tbeHhetlnUd Islalldl InniMH llvlnir and Is regarded by horsemen as the best pony In Kentucky, defeating all comers In the show ring In lsuo. Lien retained onnlloolts until season Is paid. Mures parted with or make the senson ut bred elsewhere forfeits Insurance and money becomes due. WillKOHTKK.Htanford.Ky.s.ray JOHN II. farm. rt DOCK CRAY. Ferdinand Shultz hung himself at Harrisburir. Texas, just after his wife had shot at and missed him. The firemen's strike on tho Georgia railroad was declared off Saturday. M STAFFORD. - KENTUCKY. We Will Pay the following prices for produce for lO days only in exchange for goods: Eggi 20c Dozen. Hens 15c per lb. Butter 20c per lb. Country cured lide bacon, 13 Country cured hams new. 6 l-- At the same time and place I will stand, th black lack fiirmerly owiiih! by M. II. Kubituks. He Is a Huh Individual nnd his colts sueak louder than words of his qualities as n breeder. Thl.i will bo his third season, iiu ror mare muie sr ror norse niuie, J, K. McKKCJllNlK. Hubble, Ky. LEADER. J. C. McClary, TO 88 t ' Indigestion flconaeh tronbl Is bui a srmBtA.a nf. Anil aS , ... vu oiseasa. w uuoz Ol Heartburn, aad InolffssHoa as raal wtj art symptoms our oj a nerva sictxots oouuna was tills foes tht rst oorrscMr Ud Dr. Bseess . in tb ersatK of thai naw vtrv rianlAf fHAmAM. Rsmsdr Dr. ShoooU IVatoraHva. Oolri direct to to stomaoh narvss. alone proofht Mat suomm and favor to Dr. Bttoop and bb) tsMtorattva. flt out that original and highly vital priocleJe. do luch lasting aceoiapUihsiants ware avsr to M bad, For stomach dlstrsss. bloating. tlUousnsss. ted breath and sallow ootaplsxloa, try Dr. flboop'S Kestoratlvs Tablets or Llcjuid od see for Tour. setiwhatlteaaaadwlUdo. W tail aad ekaas. hilly raoommanl sa ltseii King Eagle, Jr.. rcmaHRK. Hired byH. T. Harris' King Vol. H.A.H. II. lt. No, SSSn, be by ltoval Kluir KM. be by On Time. 715. he br Htonewall Jackson, 71. ltoynl Klnu'sl.t dam Mollis Mounts m, was by the noted sire, Uabbell's Leilugton, K.H.KInii Kngles.lst dam Hip WSV, she by Kagle Bird lull, be by Old King Kagle 760, ud dam Ited Lion. Srd dam by Harris Denmark, he by Miller lien mark 13 j tthdum by Jim lloll, Thoroughbred, King Kagle, Jr's., 1st dam was Mollle Drennon.sh by Old l)rennon,2nddaiuOou-Ie- r liottom, andjruns lwoktoDuvy Orockctt. Note. Kihir Kuule Jr.. Is four vears old. dark buy w 1th one white hind foot, nice inium aud tall, stnuds full ItH hands high, weight, lMJIbsaiid well proportioned every wuy, A combined stallion with plenty of speed. siyie biiu anion, aim uis eons suow mas lie Is a snlendld breeder. Ha will make the sea son of llMlutiuy barn, on. mllu West of wayuesuurg on risuuigureeint iu to insure a living colt. Mares traded, parted with or bred else where without my consent forfeits the In suronce, and the money beeomesdueat such transaction. Dare will be taken to nravunt aeeidvnts but not respouitblesaouidauyoc cur. I'iioti. tn residence, Wayaesburg Bxehange. Kuvle, Far-me- - .- -. ..... hi, , " I -- 2c. Umfortakcrs? Embalmor alr inlHarneas, STANFORD, Saddlery, KY. ard Dr. Shoop's I We have a complete line of shoes, hats and or wear. If you do not need the goods now, bring us your produce and we will pay you in trading checks and you can use them anytime it suits you. These prices are only good till Saturday, dress goods or anything you may need to eat June 5th. Don't forget the 9sTMrkM,teT. Horn I'boi t 6, Restorative MUt PENNY'S dates and the place. Lutes Bros., ST0NL Turneraville, Ky. O.O.OALDWKLL A HON, K. F. D, Me. i, Wayuesburg, iCy Trial :tl trotting. Dark bay stallion, IS hands! foalrd August 1VU1. 1st dam Natigh. tylllrlby Ilex AiuitIcus aidu, t.yeur-olrecord Jill),, .Ire ot llattleton, rword American Hullo, and it others in luu list; a son of Onward till, record sire of Onward Hllver t.tsjv and 170 others In the xau list. Onward was sired by (ieorge Wllkos BID. Jnddam Duermo.slredliy Mambrlno King IS7B, sire of 75, Including Ladyot the Manor xiOlk. Lord Derby IMji, Heir at Law JWC4', six others la Jtio. Snl datu Dotlet, by Nutwood AM), tbJ sire ot 171 In the list. th dam.Topas by Htrathtnore tun, sire of is) In tho list. fith dam, Millard by Albion, Sth dam Ned by Kdwln Korest;7tu dam Turner by Mambrlno Uhlef It. The Warfleldlsa representative stallion In all tho word Implies, To say that be has sis., substance and speed only In part emphasise the qualities combined In this son ot Dare Devil. He has them and they are of such symmetrical character as to intko him u stallion among many. Hit bead and neck, liody, feet aud legs are perfect and when seen In connection with his faultless gait and great beauty are especially Impressive, oa should see this horse before breeding. You will say you never lookeU at a better one. The Wnrfleld Is the only stallion that has 7 dams In tho great brood mare list. Ho bus two Mambrlno King crosses, twu Mambrlno I'atchen, two Mambrtuo OhlsrT oue r, (Jhlinos,! Onward, lOeorge Wilkes, l 1 Nutwood, 1 Htrathmore, moro "SLU!K crosses thau any stallion alive. The Warll.ld Is by Dare Devil ivm, record S.0. II. by Mambrlno King l7t), ha by Mambrlno Itohen U. he ly Mambrlno Uhlef 11. Dam Meroedcs, by Chimes 6ew, by Kleetloneer 1J6. Dnre Devil Is n great winner. Ha won the chnmploiisbln at the National Horse dhow In lri. class i; llrst National Horse Hbow In lwn, class li: ebamnlonshlp National Horse Hbow 1HW. cla.sl! Mr.t Nmlloiml llnr.ukll,. class 10; ebaumloushlu National Ilorso HhowlktU, claw I: first National Horse Hhow 1W), class llrst National Horse Hhow llsjo, class 10 first lloston Horse Hhow Iim, class S; reserve Hostou Horse Hbow lWi, class I; second Hoston Horse Hhow llM,claul wo ond riostpu Horse Hbow class H reserve Huston Horse Hhow luoa, class It third n Horse Hhow Itug, class T. He sired Tlje lr MJ2M ,.d'!.V,J' ' "rlnes Helen, U V,'iK.Trl?f k. Iar bevll, Jr. farm present season at my i:s(. 1 mli from MoKlnuey, Ky at U to Insure . u LtTlag Celt, . M. OWKNsJ, MeKlBMy.lty, THE WARFIELD. :,!:. d ! !, !), Hos-to- '