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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 15, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909061501_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 15, 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. I t The Interiop Journal. ?0L. XXXVII. Here and There. MATRIMONIAL. STANFORD. KY NEWS NOTES. TUESDAY, JUNE 15. 1909. IN i -- .! III i t t ' NO. 31. .. s NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. O, Lawson, of Mercer, bought 200 A L,ewis county larmer nau n owe 10 Miss Paulino licit Goddard and T os. Joseph Itoberta. aged 87, Is dead at lambs at 7c. Curry Dedman wcro married at II ar- - drop fivo lmlrt. Owcnton. Mrs. Mcrrltt Downey died at Burgln 14. Glucrp and his three children were "Toronto Jimmy," the iafo blower, rocsburg last week. ida killed by a tornado near Lueders, Tex- - after a protracted illness. James it. Ford nnd Miss Ama broke Jail at Wllllamstown. Mrs. Letlcla Baker has been appointTwo Nefrroes wcro lynched by n mob Hates, popular young peoplo of Son cr- - alMrs. Russell Sago has given J25.CO0,- - ed postmaster at Ferndale, Bell county1 of a lot, wcro married Thursday. at Smoaks, S. C, for the murder G. W. Walker, for over 20 years Alvln Padgett, nged 20, and M,Irs 000 to various good causes In tho past young white man. clerk of the Anderson circuit court, Is Mary Surbcr, 18, , were mado ono i at. thrco years. Mason, charged with John Miss Lucllo Dridwell fell from a chcr- - dead. ; killed himself In the Owsley Mrs. Detsy Gooch'a yesterday. George Miller, charged with killing Frlcnds hero have received Invitations ry treo at her homo near Taylorsvllle county jail at Doonevlllo. woa HAftmialtr lit iff John Chadwlck in Laurel connty, was Jacobs died at Covington to the marriage of Miss Frances Miller 'nml Mrs. Sarah An arbitration treaty between Urazil acquitted. of strangulation, due to a piece of meat Preston to Harry Worsham Hatcher graduates received diat Ashland Juno 23rd. Miss Preston and Cuba was signed at Washington by Forty-seve- n becoming lodged In her throat. Vel-cplomas at the annual commencement of which destroyed the has frequently visited the Misses Woods Ambassador Nabuco and Minister During a fire Berca College. ItuaseU Hotel at WickllfTe, A. T. Her-ric- hero. Miss Nellie Beard Long, only daughThe Supreme Court of Alabama ruled Hearing on tho allegation that tho a lumber dealer, met his death by divorce of Grace A. Guggenheim and that indictments nro not necessary in ter of Mr. nnd Mrs Morris T. Long, of suffocation. Danville, died last week. In Chicago tho trial of violations of the prohibition One nollccman was killed and two- - William H. Guggenheim, Hardy Schrocdcr, a baker employed seriously wounded In a fight eight years ago, was secured by fraud laws. other men A special grand jury of Breathitt at the London bakery, fell off a table will be before Judge Honoro on Oc In Chicago growing out of a Ubor uncounty has begun the investigation of on which be was dozing and broke a tober I. ion election. On Thursday morning Miss Fannie tho shooting of former Sheriff Ed Cal- leg. in the ab Campbell Johnson was shot Hiram Richardson, marshal of Berca, lahan. domen by a girl, also colored, during Austin and Mr. S. D. Turner drove to David Cosby, aged GO years, one of was placed in jail at Richmond for of a "Wild West" show Danville and were united In marrisgo the rehearsal farmers of Madison flourishing his pistol during commenceby Rev. II, C. Garrison. They wero tho at Frankfort. accompanied by Miss Annie Turner and county, died following a stroko of pa- ment exercises at his home town. The Shakhsevan tribesmen aro said The Harrodsburg Historical Society ralysis. to have slaughtered 5,000 people In the Mr. Mike Durnsido. An elegant dinner Lewis Williams, a telephone employe Is making extensive preparations for Per- was served to the bridal party at the Ardadil district in Axerbiajan, a at Winchester, was drowned in Stoner tho celebration of the 133rd IndependGilchcr Hotel. Lancaster Record. sian province. This oflico Is In receipt of an an- creek while trying to ford the steam ence anniversary on July 2 at the fair Clcmmons, 21 and John and Vernon grounds. Gov. Willson, Judge James marriage of Miss In a buggy. 18 years of age, respectively, wero nouncement of the Dr. Herman Feist, of Nashville, who II. Mulligan and other speakers will be while bathing at Clay City, Mae St. Claire Martin, of Paris, to Mr. drowned Russell Sawyer Dyche, of London. Tho was given a death sentence for killing on the program. Powell county. Tho fine residence of Mrs. Rachel wedding occurred in Louisville Friday. Mrs. Rosa Mangrum, secured a new trial Jim Neal, ft Negro boy, was killed by Sparks In the subjrbs of London was acquitted. nt Emlncnco and his Tho bride, who is a beautiful brunette and wasMoslems and six a freight train destroyed by fire. Tho fire was first Nino companion, Howard Green, had an arm and a young woman of many accomplishments, is a daughter of tho lato A. wcro hanged at Adna after having been discovered on the roof near the flue over and a leg cut off. county. Tho groom found guilty of complicity in the recent tho kitchen, in which a firo was burnNoah Drako was accidentally killed C. Martin, of this ing. Sho had $3,000 Insurance on the Is one of the editors of the London Sen- massacres of Christians. at Vine Grove. Ho attempted to alight tinel and is a fino young man. Tho In Margaret Rush, who was given a dwelling and furniture. a passenger train and fell, strikfrom sustained badly sprainin tho terior Journal joins with this cou year for housebreaking to the Perry T. V. Fcrrel,Cincinnati a last Monday ing his head against a stone. Frank ed ankle in ple's many friends in wishing them circuit court, was taken Sovereign Camp, Woodmen of the evening while walking down the steps good fort penitentiary lest week. World, In session at Detroit, appropri- long, useful lives filled with all the T. K. Wilson, cashier of tho National nt the Gibson House. Thos. O. Den-hafor- - Uje crec-tio- n things that can como their way. ated $750,000 to bo used nnd Miss Annie Shelton, both of Hank of St. Petersburg, Fl.i , was in of a headquarters building at Oqia-hMen Past FKty In Danger. . dicted on n charge of making false en this city, wero married at tho Baptist Neb. Men past mlddlo llfohavo found tries In tho books of the bank. church by Rev. O. M. Huey. Somerset boy, was Otis Williams, a George Davenport has brought suit Journal. comfort and relief In rVloy's Kidney ' killed by lightning while working In a Itemedy. L E. Morris, 'Dexter, Ky , in tho Mason circuit court against W. The sido of his law field near May field. Tho new Missouri writes: "l'p to a yeor ago my father II. Dale for 51.500 damages. Daven forehead was scorched and his hair was sulTorcd ffoni kidney and bladder port was cut by Dale, mistaking him prohibits the smoking of cigarettes in set on Are. public places by persons between the trouble and several physician pro- for another person, it is alleged. At Clarcmorc. Okla., M. E. Moscley, nounced It enlargement of tho prontato Judgo Walter Evans, of the United 8gt3 of 10 and 18. This is good as far a policeman, killed his wlfo In the pres. and advised an operation. On States Court, authorized the issuance as it goes, but an amendment to cover public places, and ence of their three children and was uccounl of his ago wo wero afralu ho of $337,000 in receiver's bonds, for the private as well as 100 years himself killed by the sheriff whllo recould not stand It and I recommended completion of tho Shelbyville branch of running the age limit up to improvesitting arrest. Foley's Kidney Itemedy, and tho first the Louisville and Eastern railroad. would have been a decided Mrs. James A. Leach, of Louisville. Michael Soboleski, a tailor, who was ment. Frankfort Journal. bottle relieved him, and after taking was elected president nnd Mrs. Ira Har- tho second bottlo ho wan' no longer charged with tho murder of Ludwig Clay Smith, aged 23, is under arrest nett, of Loulivillo, secretary of the troubled with this complaint. New and Augusta Krueger, was convicted in Muhlenberg county charged with the Woman's Clubs Kentucky Federation of Stanford Drug Co. at Toledo, O , of murdor in the first murder of M. G Kimble. Bessie Kim-blat Owcnsboro. of degree, with a recommendation aged 1C, whom Smith is alleged to Carnegio him founded 1,800 Using as n weapon a metal spoon mercy. Andrew was also arrested, havo betrayed, donations sharpened to a keen edge, Refugio public libraries, representing L. Sevier has made ofllcial announceaggregating $51,6,9C3, according to Juarequen, sentenced to hang for ment of his resignation as general man charged with being implicated in the is a daughter of the his own statement in the current issuo criminal assault at FJorcsville, Texas, ager of tho Seaboard Air Line Railway killing. The girl s fought desperately on tho platform of to become freight traffic manager of murdered man and a sister of bmith of Colllcr.'s Weekly. wife. men wero killed, two others aro the scaffold to prevent the execution, Two the Queen and Crescent at BirmingmU.incr nml two were badly injured In and succeeded in stabbing Sheriff Wilof An explosion in the engine-rooham, Ala. n wreck of an extra freight train and a liam Wright over the heart when ho Three persons were injured and 100 the steamboat Shearwater on the Del- train on tho Chicago, Mil- attempted to adjust tho black cap. Tho or more had a narrow cscapo from aware River, olf Philadelphia.lmperiled Shan-nlnwaukee & St. Paul railroad near blade, howovcr, was dellected when It death or severe injury when a Wheel- the lives of about 50 persons, most ot Mich. struck a bono and tho wound is not ing nnd Lake Erio passengar train them young women. They were taken An increase of 11.CC1 tons of pig Iron considered necessarily serious. crashed into the rear end of a freight from tho disabled vessel by a Phila May wu uiinufscturcd in Alabama inoutput . delphia fireboat. The snearwater same. train at Cleveland, O. Trouble Makers Oustod. this year as compared with tho Judgo Specr in tho United States cir A report that a Federal grand jury When n sulTcrcr from stomach trouduring the same month last year. The cuit court at Macon, Ga., ordered the ble takes Dr. King's New Life 1'IIU gala of tho Savannah, Augusta and had begun an investigation into the production during May 19001s given he's mighty glad to see his Dynpepsia Northern Railroad on Aug. 3 to satisfy methods by which the American Sugar at 113,G?,l tons. Refining Co. had acquired control of the Mcll. Webb, president of tho Ken- and Indlgettlon ily, but more-he- 's a claim of ?2S0,500 by W. J. Oliver for Co. was Leaguo of Postmasters, tickled over his new, lino appetite, constructing tho road from Statesboro Pennsylvania Sugar Refining tucky State HonipH hv United States District At strong norves, healthy vigor, all has called a meeting of tho postmasters to Louisville, Ga. The salo will tako torney Wise at New York. stomach, liver and kidneys now placo at Statesboro. of Central and Eastern Kentucky to bo 25o at Penny's Drug 22, for tho work right. held at Lexington on Juno The heroic statuo of Gen. Stephen Prominent women of Lexington have purposo of organizing a district league Store. D. Leo was unveiled with impressivo Detitioned Mayor Skaln to restoro the and discussing postal afTalrs. Tho Kanawha coal strike was formal ceremonies at tho National Military saloon license of S. P. Caywood, which Raymond, Second ly brought to a close when tho Paint Park at Vicksburg, Miss., Friday. was revoked for alleged violation of the Caut. John-United States Cavalry, was shot and Creek Collieries Co. and tho Standurd Hon. Henry Watteraon presided nnd Sunday law. Thu petition states that seriously wounded and First Sergt. J. Splint Gas and Coal Co. agreed to go delivered on address on "The Reunited Caywood conducted an orderly saloon. H. Washburn and Corporal Elijah Such back to the net ton, thus removing tho Sections," Gen. Clement A. Evans, One-hal- f million dollars Is a conserCrab-treof tho United Conwero wonnded by Corporal Lisle friction caused by theso operators hav-in- g Commander-in-Chie- f estimate of the money actually vative who afterward fatally wounded a separato agreement from the oth- federate Veterans, presented tho stat- left in Louisville by tho Nobles of the uo to tho Federal government, and himself at Fort Des Moines following a er Kanawha operators. the Mystic Gen. Frederick D. Grant formally re- Ancient Arabic Order of reprimand. I'vcryono would bo benefited by tak- ceived it on behalf of tho government. Shrine within tho last four days. This is excluslvo of railroad fares. ing Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo for con Kentucky Fair Dates. Women Who Aro Envied. stipation, stomach and llv. r trouble. Lionel R. Hare, mining broker, clubStanford, July 21- -3 days. as It sweetens the stomach and breath, Thoio attractive women who aro man ond former manager of the July 27- -5 days. Georgetown, gently stimulates tho liver and regu looly Infaeo, form and teraier ure Alaska Mining Co., is In jail at Lancaster, July 28- -3 days. lates tin bowels and U much superior the envy of many, who might bo like Los Angeles, Cal., charged by eight Winchester, Aug. 3- -5 days. to pills nnd ordinary laxatives. New them. A weak, sickly woman will bo New York investors with defrauding Danville, Aug. 4- -3 days. Stanfoid Drug Co. nervous and Jrrtiablo. Constipation them out of $50,000. m Bluegrasa Fair, Lexington, August or Kidney jiofsona show in pimples, Wireleso telegraphy played a promiPresident Toft, with C. Allen Lard as blotches, skin eruptions and u wretchdays. 10- -4 In tho saving of the crew and nent part Tajlorsvllle, Aug. ed complexion. For all such, Electric partner, defeated Walter J. Travis, passengers of tho Cunardcr Slavonlu, Hitters work wonders. They regulate Harrodiburg. Aug. 12- -3 days. champion, and Vice Presiwhich is a total wreck two miles southLawrenceburg, Aug. 171 days. Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify dent Sherman In a gamo of golf on tho west of Flores Island. Tho Steamer tho blood, glvo strong nerves, bright Chevy Chase links, by a score of C up Uarbourvllle, Aug. 18- -3 days. Prlnzess Irene was 180 miles away eyes, pure breath, smooth, ve.lvety Drodhead, Aug. 18- -3 days. and 5 to play. when tho call "C. Q. D." was picked Shelbyville. Aug. 21- -5 days. skin, lovely complexion. Many charm up. From 75 to 100 dead and 100 persons Ellzabcthtown, Aug. 24- -3 days. ing women owo their health and beau injured is tho estimated total casualties Springfield, Aug, 35- -4 days. Caleb Powers and Charles Fintey will ty to them. COo at Penny's Drugstore. as tho result of the earthquako which London, Aug. 35- -4 days. be candidates for Congress In tho 11th Michael Stumpff, who was a rich devastated several towns and villages Frankfort, Aug. 31- -4 days. district. It will givo tho republican bachelor, of Charleston, Ind., is dead In the Southernmost part of France. Nlcholasvillo. Aug. 31 -- 4 days. voters of that district an opportunity as a result of a bullet hole through Dardstown, 8ept. 14 days. Willson pardoned Joseph Davidto determine which is tho greatest Monticello, Sept. 7- -4 days. tho head. A woman who was In tho Gov. son, sentenced for life for the killing of Carlisle Mercury. houso with him at the time Is in jail In Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. "martyr." m Jack Shepherd in Letcher county. The having been 13- -0 days. Threo small manufacturlug plants Jeffersonville, intoxication. arrested on governor acted on the belief that DaCoro The charge of and a warehouse of the Southeastern the nnd other Clark county. Ind.. old vidson was wrongfully convicted. ner Could Not Be Better. Mills, containing a quantity of baled ciaU ure of the opinion that Stumplf No one has ever mado a salvo, oint- cotton, were destroyed by fire at At1'revcntlcs -t- hose Candy Cold Care hot hlmsoir. ment, lotion or balm to compare with lanta. The loss Is estimated at Tablets will safely unl quickly check Tho cleverest Imitation of real Coflinrlclen'a ArnleaSahe, Ita tho one all colds and the Grip. Try them once fee ever yet made U Dr. Snoop's old by Pennys Drug perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, and seel Tho Utwt Innovation in the United Health Coffee. It Is tine In flavor llrulses, bores, acuiu, nuw, uu.v, No i I decision to equip the and Is mado in just one minute. No Keiewtt. Salt Ittum.i For Sore Eyes, States navy the ' Eleven' persona are dead and teveral battleships Florida, Utah, Delaware tedious 30 or 30 minutes boiling. Made Sores, Chapped' Hands Us' Cold seriously injured as a reInfallible for Piles. Only ud North Dakota with automatic alec- - from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, more or less etc. Sample free. Peony's Drug Store mit of the atom la Central, Texas. eUvatori for Mm hm of oAmti. trie ac at Penny's Drug Store, ' horse-stealing, z. k, best-know- n a, te L. e, Kon-garom $50,-000. c. au-pr- e. An Ideal Walking Oxford Welted Jolt. Extension Edrs VERY SWELL. Kuct Rcprodi.vt.on el il u Mil' SU(. OXFORDS Green, White, - tan, Ox t i Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for Men. women and Children. Cummins & Weareri, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Now is The Time for Lawn Mowers, Hay Rakes, Hay Forks, Mowing Blades, Ice Cream Freezers, Fruit Jars, Gar- den Hose, Sprinklers, Binder Twine, Harvesting Oil, &c. Call on W. H. H ICG INS, Stanford, Kentucky. Use Arnold's Bugg Old There is nothing better. We paint new. Vehicles and make them look like Get our prices. We solicit your trade. R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. It. FARM Ell: Muko your homo as modern for your fumily as u city residence, anil pjaco yourself iu n position to get tho luteet market quotation at uny timo. This can bo nccompluhel by menus of our telephoiio service, which you and your neighbors can get fur u um that is muall compared with the benefits received. Cull or luklrcw our nearest ollico or writo direct to headquarters, Nashville, Teuu., for information regarding our social "Fur-nier- s' Lino" rate. If you are not ut preaeut enjoying telephone, service, we immediately iuterest you. Our liuea cover the Statea of Kentucky, cau Tennessee. Mississippi, Louisiaua aud tho Southern iwrtiou of Iudiaaa ami EA8TTBNNESSERTEL.&TEL.0O. Illinois. M (lyroMroHATKD RURAL TELEPHONES. I wmumr-i- ' ;." ' amwz -- tr?i "r'' BBSS ' iiMny j'V"'"'' '' ' " si -- A- i w itm HHIHHW. j ft) The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON PRESENTC0ND1-T10NS. NO EXCUSE FOR ft. Auditor James is a good man, but ha can not refrain from iugRlinfr to make a point against tho lato democratic administration In order to bolster up tho present Incompetent management of tho State's affairs. Mr. James claims that tho present condition of Its finances is due In part to largo by tho Legislature, appropriations which did not provido for their payments but tho appropriations were ro larger than usual, when a democratic nrimlnbtrntlnn naitl them and kept tho State's credit gilt edged. There is little excuse for tho present condition. Tho republicans havo tho benefit of a most exacting revenue law, tho same tax rate as formerly, with largo Increase in assessments, besides tho useless expenditure of $160,000 for put down the night riders, there have been other leaks in tho treasury, not known under democratic rules. Wo should like to hear Auditor James explain Itho quite remarkable fact that In tho only two republican administrations that have discredited tho State, the treasuay has suspended payment andlits warrants gone below par. It83 so during Gov. Bradley's regime. It is bo under Gov. Willson's. Perhaps after a while the people may bo convinced that tho republicaus can not be trusted with the State's management and vote so unanimously hereafter to keep them out of power that none of them will dare offer for State office again. fig-ur- FOR SALE1 In Mnma ,tniM that he i,rgi ami small whyat, corn ami toucco tends to move to Richmond, stating he JtaJnT. iSSa raiiroa.i connec that ho would stay at LondonaI until wa- . t am .t tloni. timn nfTr it tmrtffcln nl Et& to 10 An was defeated tor tne nominawon mi Long; tlmo payments. ncr. .lullnn Imi In that AVAnt that 118 IltiAKLKY, Bowling Clrren, Ky. Bt""""l MM .1. might move to tho Eighth district and tacklo Harvey Helm." Mr. Edwards mi it. -j - UHBIVK A rlAfnat mon of -- Will I1I1U IV 1UI ...f.. IU Uv- n Caleb Powers' Ilk than ho would gen- - Draft Stallion, at f 10 to Insure Kpolitical , of Hon. Harvey Helm's and social standing. However, for tho Also agood Mulo Jack at tho sa,n0 price- and on same conditions, fun of tho thing ho might como down ( Syca- and try a bout with tho "Tall m. S. Dauohman, Stanford, Ky. moro of tho St. Asaph." SURVEYING AND CIVK. ENBl- An Indiana preacher endeavors to foNEERING. cus attention to himself by stating that the reason girls arc so fond of dancing I mil prepared totlo nil klmU of Mirveylng la thnf thuv want to tret themselves ,i i, it nolnp.rlnii nminntly. My or nigged. This Is tho veriest poppy cock. Indiana girls may seek such opportun- - mertha telephone through the Huitonviiio , . m knnw Mcnnngr. - i.. u j fi WAI.Tr.ll McKINNK.Y. to resort to such efforts. ili not have They can get all tho hugging they want FOR without half trying. ..Mil A London snecW ... n s n. xs vA,mrAm mjs: "CoiHireM Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of .- . JJIJV Marble and Granite Montr ami tjiwn Markrrs and Toiti. Vases ami Hettret. Omce ami toorks, Mc- Kinney, Ky. merits. Otntrr rt- GEORGE HUR, SUMMER Llv-tlem- RED LEAF nl.nmnlnn .linn- tllllllOn Ot KtlltUCiy. TnU'l !'!! Htock Harm. rloiulilp.New York j I.aily ltodU'Bf.wlnm-KW wnU'trotclnni.ChlcrtEo.nnUUiegrey . n vdAaa classes Inn l hit t cm the sniluTn ami unit .ill.., Kentucky Hlalci Knlr. Ilw.liortei morn ntul show fXXri&XVXirtoit&ihKnini, itotnl ont' or I.Mn lii.nrnni'nlt. Htltt r :'" :": :""".'.. ... r- -. Ilnrril(tirg, Ky. ;M, CONCRETING ... nrp iu ....iiiaii iniid.ll bind, nf enn -" ill f prelum, luch ill lllock "Work, ritvenienu mi" and. In faci, we can maKvnny Wo citnitunir servo house down to a fence lot. you promptly and guarantini work nnd materlnl. Call nnd get our prlcei before you buy your material nt least. mm ? .- fARM SAIE! wii". """- -- nrst-elns- a his letter urging tho enforcement of tho law against as- 188 acres, of which nbout 135 are nn.!rn tn Rreath tt county. "Yours in Jesus." The penitentiary has had ap In nnu nvrnlloiitlv initiroved. nbun- parently quito a soothing effect on this Jantly supplied with unfailing water, talented young assassin, but It Is pos- - 4 miles from Icxington court houeo sibly a case of when tho devil is bick a 0n Jlnin luKc. lmmeinaio possession. monk ho'd be, when tho devil ia wci', ' SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, tho devil of a monk is he. riiBTiq Jett aiens PHILLIPS BROS.. At last the hot weather is here and it calls for Stanford, Ky. lams. Cool Garments, Two-Pie- ce Suits. Licrht Weight, Full Bloomer Trousers, Negligee Shirts, Light, Cool Underwear, 1 Insuns Tobacco and Toblcco Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, -- It may be because Chief of tho .i.Tht Iosurincc Man, Weather Bureau Moore has gone to Eu- FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNrope, that tho weather has been so bad. STANFORD, KY. TY FOR SALE ! At any rate If ho doosjnot return Boon , lteddence l'hone Mi Office, M. and stuff tho old hat In the hole tho Infiiro with mo nnd Imi fully may bo washed rain comes through we protected. A nne Mue grnM farm for nlo situated on away. new pike neitr 1'olnt tMclt nnd tlx ntllet iioutli of Jjmciuter. contitlnlnjc 'J") ncre, located In IVnlkAr 1 met . wit h being I It wa3 132 years yesterday since tho well. ... hn Tnhn Rood neighborhood,A nfltlll- e re.ldence adoption of the Federal flag. It had I tome new, npolftlirvOUtbUlIdlllginrHl .kArAt. with nil nnlv 13 stars to represent tho States good, new Imrn 40xO. NVell wittered. lx The tiifott. urttl ami moit mlequnte mfe The lawmakes the members of the then. Now it takesI46 to represent tno never iniiiiiK iimiiisa . n guiiru iur uv iuiuiu is n personally liable to fines of fiscal court Tkiims'. 4 caih In hnnd, balance one and in this glorious The Mutual Benefit Life coun- number of States bearing tlx per n v...r friitiiilnrof unle. $50 each for failure to publish the to-Mory .- Lexington, Ky. Low Show in many prices and patterns. .... Gauze Socks, Straw and Panama Hats, Low Safeguard the Future Collars and Narrow Ties. These are the articles needed now and we can furnish them Insurance Co. It It conspicuous for economical Its policy contracts, fair dealing with Its members and large returns Uipollcy holders. The company Is Just entering the of ii successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than for nil olhir companies combined. Write marparticulars, stating age and whether ty's financial condition annually. The Franklin county fiscal court was indicted for fnilintr to tiublish the report and after a hard fought legal battle escaped on a flimsy technicality and a promise t3 obey the law hereafter. Tho fiscal c urt of Mercer doesn't propose to suffer prosecution and fine, so it publishes the county's financial statement in tho cirrent issue of the Herald, which shsws It to be in good shape. When CDurts flaRrantly disregard the law, a suspicion is created at once that there i3 something rotten, not only in Den-irk, but in the management of the cjunty's affairs. Fiscal courts which are perfectly confident that everything ii right will not permit themselves to rist under suspicion by not publishing m cent Interett until paid. -- i, I eriOllf lOOKinp iur ,uru(Jjnim.i.i -- ... V. O. Walk hit. Htanford. papers say that the or e The Louisville Shriners left over half a million dollars in that city. It often costs a good deal Ifee Remedy for men to make monkeys ot that Always Cores ,!" aea ""' ZEslO U irest!"' sacccMliil atdlclo. la tk. wwll ioko is said to be The mother-in-lanf iiorv creat anticiuitv. but those who -- J ' l 1 SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ' have 'em say the U no joko by a jugful. mother-in-la- herself POLITICAL. Rev. Dr. Edward Everett Hale, chap lain of the United States Senate, died at his home in Roxbury, Mass. Senator Bradley Is hopeful of getting an amendment agreed to in committee on the tobacco tax that would give some relief to growers. Twentv.two men and one woman, representing the Socialist party of Kenton county, met in convention at Covington and nominated a full ticket for county offices. L. T. Neat, of Columbia, Adair coun ty, was declared the republican nomi- nen for the!State Senate from the lbtn Sinatorial.district, over Lilburn Phelps, of Jamestown, following the executive session of the Republican btate Cen tral Committee at the Gait House. Lou isville. Tho Garrard County Republican Com mittee has made the following nomina tions: For county judge, v.'. O. Mays; for county attorney, Ben D. Herndon; assessor, J. II. McQuery; representa- tive, John F. Marsee; jailer, Nathaniel Noe: superintendent, Mrs. Belle Burn- side; coroner, Frank Bourne. deep waterway Tho proposed project from St. Louis to the gulf received a blow when the board of engin eers reported to Congress that such a waterway is not desirable, ihe waterfor con way would cost $128,000,000 struction and $6,000,000 annually for leiuntlr relltMl 10J pslllTlr J ttm Ecitmt in sit llcalsf Btstlr cm ihtixu Ctt s telle todir. All Dmtcl. Wilis lor limpic. ZEM0 I E.W.BecstelclncC. SLLmU.II. ried or single to It. M. NKWI.ANK Hpeclal Agt. .Mjers Ilou.e Flats. Mlanlonl. ......... f U't.1). solicitor for ttockcaitle Co. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. King Eagle, Jr.. i..iiiu Uininti vf.Mi. uii. bv the noted sire. F. M.Vlntf Kngles, III ('nbhell's ti..i-- i .,... tv l.dld Itlpil lull hu liv Kliitf KagleTfo.Jnddiim Ited Lion. Snl Old dam bv Harris Denmark, he bvMlller iY, tthdnui byJIm Uell.lhoroughbrtil. Molllo King Kagle. Jr's., 1st dam w Drennon, she by Old Hrennou, Jnd dam CopUicsto Davy (Crockett. per llotloiii.nniCruns Notk. King Kagle Jr.. I four jenrs old. dark buy w It li one w hlte hind foot, nice mane and tall, stands full I6li hands high, weight, 1JBM llw and well proportioned eery way. A combined stallion with plenty of speed. t he st le and action, nnd his colls Is a splendid breeder. He will make ttie.en. West of on ot lttntniy burn, one mile110 to InWn nesburg on FUhlng Creek nt sure a ll lug colt. elseMares traded, parted with or where without my consent forfeits the Insurance, and the money Incomes due at such transaction. 1'arn will be taken to prrent accidents but not responsible should any oc- Flione In residence, Wa) ncsburg Farmers Kxchange. len-mnrshow-tha- I , holiy o. A.M. 11. It. ltonlKlugSKiliobyn Time. 7J. he by KtonewallJncsKon.TJ.ltoyiit Klug'alsl dam Kiigle, Vol. (1. I'KMunrK. Slnil liy H. T. Harris' King tie statements. Russell Sage, f husband, whogctsnolereditforit here and does not serve toamelioartehis condition now and hereafter. that was equalled only by his acThey profited him little, cumulations. howeyer, as the only enjoyment ho got out of his money was that of possession. Since his death his wife has been trying to make up for his closeness by biing as liberal as he was tight-fisteIn the three years since he went hence, Mrs. Sage has given to various institutions and charities moro than 25,00V 000, nearly always in the name of her many millions maintained a reputation for who died leaving of dollars, made and penurious-nsj- s , the Vou can nnd our Htnndnnl Itemed)-KrenteJtl)loxl una liver niMiicinejeiKiiowu. Halt Itheum, KidIncnioof Itlieutiiatliin, noy Troumo nnu nu uiseiues Impure blood It bnt no equal. It Is manufactured under the pure food net of June s. HWB.and guarantees ojr mo miuwntiiiici thnteinedy Is token according to directions " "" av nnu ii ne or sue is ""v "ul"7" of the ltemedy we. will refund our money. We can do nothing more. Kach package registered KUarnn doses with b 1. contains SU as. insl mimin. leeanci uiniiingvnru wi.u miiimi limtlnni re Wusend It to liny nddrvnt by mnll n for or tlx pnckiit celptof lperpnck(io I r taken In IS. Itetterordcra l n Mn diictor't bill. time you might lng to Instructions and are not benefited. you gei jour uunr " nnd the remedy 111 drug stores for sale. It dulv authorlied agents, Is sold U""U(..UUKN WII.LIAMM, Agent. At McKinney, Ky., t33333e3SHf533KQ33333 Prescription Pointers ! "' s s brl ae "; 11. F. 1. No. i. Wnyneshurg. Ky O.II.'AI,lrtVKUi HON. 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. We hays the goods, the equipment; the - 4 ir i Ouit readers may not know it but there is a manufactory of automobiles at Lexiigton which turns out five very fine machines alweek.Ifor which there is great demand. Every thing except the iron frames and wheels are made in the factory, which Tnow employes C4 men. An increaso in the capital stock of the concern was ordered last week which will enable Itlto build a machine maintenance, tho engineers say. a day. "The Lexington" is the name Income tax shared with the wool given the car, which is a great adver- schedule tho attention of the Senate tisement for the capital,;of tho Blue and after discussion of an hour or more Grass. its further consideration was postponed until Juno 18, This action was the re manCapt Mrs. ANNis.Iwidow of the sult of a motion made by Senator Halns killed, for which he is serving a which followed a charge by Senalong term In a New York penitentiary, tor Bailey that undue influence was be thesays sho wilt marry as soon aa her ing brought to bear against the proposatrical ensagements end, adding that ed income tax amendment to the tariff she can never be happy lagain in this bill. world, althoughshe knows her prospectDenouncing as inexcusable and indeive husband will derail in his power to fensible any proposition by the Finance make her happy. Mrs. Annis is just Committee to increase the low rates talkinor through her Imerrv widow. It fixed by the House bill for the protecdoesn't take the'average woman long tion of the print paper industry. Senato he off with the old love when she tor Brown, of Nebraska, declared that gets a chance at a new. that industry needs no protection. These paper mills, he insisted, have an The Burley Tobacco Society has fix- advantage over foreign mills whether ed President Clarence LeBus salary at they are in Scandinavia, Germany or 139,000 for three years. Mr. LeBus is Canada. aid to be a fine business man and to have accomplished a(good deal for the Don't drug the Stomach, or stimu tibacco producers, Ibut to a rank out- late tho Heart or Kidneys. That is sider this seems'to be a pretty good wroog. It is the weak nerves that are bunch of moneyfor them to put up for crying out for help. Vitalize theso it. weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr. Snoop's Restorative, and see how It is mado unlawful by an act of the quickly good health will como to you smoko a Washington Legislature to aaaln. Test It and seel Sold by Pen cigarette within the', Alaskan Yukon ny's Drugstore Exposition. It would be a Rood thing Judge S. W. Hoger has resigned from for the little fellows who puT thorn here if Stanford was embraced in the the presidency of the tidelity Guarantee Company, an institution which he confines of that exposition. himself organized in Louisvillo last Al-dri- Three Ideal Farnjs In Oi)e. nf ta1 estate, all that is anrl desirable in country life, in cluding locality, soil and improvements, is emboaiea in a larra 01 415 asm, aujuiumg the thriving town of 'Uryantswlle, Ky k,itifnl Tt, nrfniinn of Bryanisvilie, which has a thmingbank, nn.1n.1l1K merchants, a eood school and a church of large membership, that town be William J. Bryan Is in tho raco for United States Senator from Nebraska. This statement was mado by Kichard L. Metcalfe, editor of the Commoner. Mr. Metcalfe says Bryan will at once tglfl formulating a campaign. January. Pains ot women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20nlnutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Sco full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. ..S and near the famous Camp Dich Robin son farms, which sell at over tloo per There are three tracts, wnn acre dwsllines and improementSi on each, suitable lor three families aesiring 10 lo cate on adjoining farms, or. It Dougnt by one party, two houses could pe occupied by tobacco tenants. The best equip-ne- d barn in the county, is on the nr.mi,M ! hai'intf water BUDnlied UV -a ua wind-milThe floors ate Duilt as tlnorinir. the stalls are large and well constructed, machinery for cutting feed being run by an engine. Stock scales and a large tobacco barn ine are among other improvements. land lies well and is of a high grade, well watered a portion of it being fenced, well . AA !& riwABaiB. unuu,ai-i.i oiue mattea wiin Lt.. giass. m rc"" isHiil at n nastures. Most of the land has been kept in grass and will easily raise 1,500 pounds 01 nemp, j.000 (wunus si umuw and 60 to 75 bushels of corn. Such soil is the basis 01 ail vaiue, ana me isrgc prum, 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. (act that population is increasing, thereby insuring a continuance, of good prices for farm products, proves that good real estate will continue to advance in price. Besides the intrinsic value of a home, the locality and surroundings render it more or less valuable. Uood 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 m.ln.n,nn nf itiiniati orlinn and Ihfl obi ec t r sought, in every section of our ed country. These elements enier largely into the attractiveness and, consequently, the value of this properly. "It lies on a splendid turnpike for a distance ot about one mile, the community consists ot Ihe highest grade of cltlienship, the people being moral, cultured and exceedingly hospitable. Tho residences are in sight s a resi-Hon- r. a God-favo- ing about 9 miles trom Lancaster, me county seat of Garrard County, on the Lexington pike. The enterprise 01 ine citizens in that section is further mani fested by the fact that they are preparing to establish a Graded School at Bryants ...tt .nd if thmv .tirrpAfl. which is almost certain, this property will advance irom 10 to 20 dollars on the acre, as property nas done near Lancaster and other towns, where suih schools have been established, L..nlnf, th mnn,u and children at home This and giving them a good education picture is not overdrawn, anu we invno ihui lnnWIni. for a bareain in a some that has all the attractive features, to let us show it to them. This larm is alsowunin four miles of a navigable stream, which is ot greater advantage for markets than the same distance from a railroad, for it gives cheaper rates and better facilities for ,, transportation to marnci 01 an iarm piu-...nrl Iiva strvk ran be shinned from one head up to a boat load, while coal and lumber can be purcnaseu at icss price, u is down grade to the river, and a good pike. We positively believe that this land is worth Jloo per acre, and yet it Ii offered ftsv bit. a. a whole, tf sold at once! however the entire (arm 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. MORE OPI'OHTUNITIES Yes, we have ibera farm lands In different localities, off tne pike and on the pike improved and unimproved 60 acres loo acres soo acres any number of acres you want, from $j per acre to 5I00 per acre. We can suit you Try us All bargains of a lifetime. 600 acres extra good a60 acres superior land highly im proved, aso acres, extra goou, near rami Lick, fine residence and three tobacco barus. Our price is the owner's price, If you want to buy No excess contracts. a farm write us or come to see us. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. QSBBHSBBEeESEE Are You Going To Build ? While wc are hero to Imilil tho Lincoln county court liouso nnd, should tho buildiiiL' fever strike vou. why not have n little talk with im?, W nm 11 a better position to build you a nice Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House nr being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to put a building up for a considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too email ami the distance will not stop us front figuring with you, matters not where you live. Wo invite any prospective builder to give us a trial. Wo luruieu mi piuus uuy spfciucuiiuiie iur sucu uuuuiugs mat wo might erect, tree 01 cniirgc. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. ch OUR Is UWR FENCE a lets expensive and Iwtter tlmwio'l. M'jro ornamental, repair. fonco durable and n timo saver ns' you need no saw, hummer ami nails to keep it in Cull nt our store, sco tho beautiful lahric ami gates and let us show you tho low prices on a good fenco job. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, LANCASTER, KY. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ,i 5 Cents Is the prico of short length in Brown Cotton, a 7c value. In Addition to The Remnants on Sale this week and next, we offer other attractive bargain. looking for and placing within your reach attractive is 4 Cents Yard for Wash Torwhon Insertions for trimming Lincnc Suits or Cotton Goods. 3 7c kind. 5 Cents For 8hort ltngtlu in npron Qlnglmn, the 7c kind. 5 merchandise. This 30-inc- h 3-- 4c Wo arc constantly For choico of a good line Dress Ginghams, usually sold at 10c. 5 Cents For choice 5 Cents Ulcach Curtain Drapery, the of 10 good cents. attorns in Hamburg nnd Insertion, mually sold at 8 ipacc trade. kept Good buy heralding the fact that Severance' Remnant. Sttfro is the place to Per yard for that appeal to your taito and make your puree glad. Come this week and next to get the SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. - & SON, ... ' ... 10. STANFORD KY. m D. L. TniMliLK orders his I. J. chang Clothes French cleaned. Cook & ed from Jacksonville, Fla., to Lexing- Farmer. ton. For best binder twlno call on T. D. Miss Gertie Cundiff, of Liberty, is Nowland. Z, 1900 Ji'Ni: 8tanf6iu, Ky with Misses Bcsslo and WIlllo Wilkin Wedding nnd graduating presents of son. Messrs, T. B. LYNEand C. 11. Redd, quality at Mueller's. Ice rjiRAM soda water at Penny's of Crab Orchard, spent 10 days at Drug Store. Messrs. J. B. Foster and Josh B. Olympian Springs and camo back feelJones are each building silos. ing much better. PERSONALS. Miss Mahie Maiiony will represent Buy a new Perfection oil stovo if you Ilontf, to tho wlfo of Wm. Lonjr a Stanford In the elocutionary contest at want tho best. Geo. H. Farrls. boy. Walton's Opera Uouso luis-vlll- o MlSH Majoiiie Ottek li with It is too hot to worry with poor coal Wednesday night. Her subject will be In your cook stove. Try Dcnham's Rex friends. "Aunt Mclissy on Boys." or Economy Nut. Nearest to gas as a Mna. Laura Hundley spent several fuel. LOCALS. days in Louisville. Miss Salub T. Woods Is vlshinj; glass at Mueller's. LinnEY cut For Ren?. Best livery stable in . MIHcrsburK relatives. Crab Orchard. Near depot and conven-- ' Binder twine at W. II. Hlggins' Mrs. S. V. Staco, of Lexington. Is lent to traveling public. Hotel Leon, . with Mrs. T. D. ltaney. See our $2.25 washing machines. Geo. Crab Orchard. Ky. Is Miss Allie Yantib, of Lancaster. II. Farns. Lost, pocket book containing day with Miss Hessie Yantls. E Uehtiiam, of book, note book, bank book and check Judok Joscrii See the only complete and was here Friday. on Will Monk. Will give $10 for the rango on the market at Farrls. Mn. James II. Yeaceii, of Kansas return of tho book nnd its contents. Pure vnnr order for wire fenco be- - Singleton Bros., Crab Orchard. City, Is here with relatives. Miss Ethel, Dunn, of Garrard, Is foro thij advance. Geo. II. Farrls. Reserved scat tickets aro now on . with tho Misses BauRhmtn. J. II Baugiiman & Co. arc enlarging sale at Shugars & Tanner's drug store Mas. W. K. Warner and sons nro and Improving their offlco In the mill. for the elocutionary contest . with her parents In Garrard. Better get yours & Singleton's Wednesday evening. went to. Middles-bor- o Thy some of Wilkinson Grover Wilkinson early. A big crowd is expected. country killed beef, pork and mutton. Sundaywith a view to locating. ii ii . Mr. J. T. Jones, of London, Is visit Set Out Mullen. Thoo Noland, of For Sale. Cow peas and German Injj his son, Dr. L. F. Jones, at Cedar Creek section, after setting millet seed. C C Carpenter, Huslon- - the out 3,000 plants he thought were tobacvllle. Stanley McIntobii and T. S. co, found to his sorrow that they were of Wajnesburtr, paid us a call HrnniMn nlnnt nro now rendv nnd common, every day mullen plants. yesterday. we are ready to put them out. Ed Hub Died SUDDENLY.-- Mr. Elbert Wells, Charles!!. Maiden, of Louisville, bard. . the nged father of ShcrifT Lincoln was hero mlnRlinc with old friends Don't forget the elocutionary enter- Wells, of Casey, died as he was eating yesterday. of Louisville, tainment at Watton'a Opera House his supper at his homo near Yoscmite Judge J. C. Hemi-ihix- , Sunday night. He is survived by his passed throuRh to Lancaster Sunday to Wednesday night. wife and two children. visit friends. Lost. A brown and green striped Miss Linda Miller will return to- coat between Hebron and Walnut Flat. The graduating exercises of the Stan night from Knox We, where she has Return to this offlee. ford colored school, Dr. W. D. Tardif, teaching. been principal, at the house Thursday TAXES.-T- he tax books for 1009 are night were very oHra Messrs. W. T. Miller and J. C. and creditable. Thero were W. T. Coulter, of Casey, attended court now ready. Como In and get your re eight graduates and nil of them acquitceipt T. J. Hill, shoritf. hereyesterday. ted themselves In a way satisfactory to Mrs. T. D. New land and Miss Jen-nl- o you want an appropriate wedding parents nnd instructors. If Nowland are at Ollnda, Tcnn., with china in present sec the "ONE of the last things tho Supreme Mrs. L. C. Kelly. tho china closets at Tnbble &. Pence's.' Court did before adjourning for the of Mercer, Is Mon-tleellm May-wood. Key-nold- s, si m -hand-painte- Elocutionary contest nt Walton's . Elocutionary contest at Walton's Opera Houso Wednesday evening, Juno Go. 30 days I will sell geraniums and all kinds of pot plants at Opera House Wednesday night, June 10. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin For tho next 10 Per Cent. Discount. cost Ed Hubbard. The Stanford colored ball team defeated the Turnersvillo nine 10 to 8 Thursday afternoon. m Until further notico we will sell any article vin our storo m Those wishing tho eye medicine forj merly prepared by Dr. I S. Burdett, of Crab Orchard, can Bccurc It from his wife, who has all of the doctor's prescriptions. -si at lO We will give Per Cent. Off. E i. The Odd Fellows' Temple at TWENTY-FIV- g, PER CENT. OFF a number of cofct. on nny built several years ago at a cost of $18,000, was bought by the Lexington Banking & Trust Co. for$10,000. The corporation held a mortgago for that amount. Skirt left in our houc. strictly ncost proposition. your opportunity. Also quite odds and ends nnd remnants that go nt cost and less than This is If you w.int to save money this is Eight of the bricklayers tho court-hous- e working on Con- struck because tractors Krueger & Miller would not advance their wages to CCjc per hour and quit, but those gentleman will have a larger and better force to take their places in a few days. good crowd has already gathered Crab Orchard Springs and every train brings additional guests to the grand old summer resort. Manager and Mrs. Willis propose to make the table better than ever and are better prepared in every way to caro for the people. Spend a few weeks at C. O. Springs. A HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., ir m Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. at American Held Fence. V.J J. Graduate Optician, F. HILL, Stanford. Ky., Ollloe In M. O. Vnnileteti't itore on Knit .Main utriH-t- . Ml work KUaniultMHl. Alo ktt'P In ttut-- nil iiMorliiient of graplio-phon- e anil u full line of record. TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE! Strongest and Best Just Received A Car , Mrs. Cora Siiaupe, with her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Sharpe, who Is (luito sick. faj Mr. T. Uutlkii, McKinney, C. agent at was severely stunned by Q & lightning yesterday. Lester O'Bannon went to Oxford, 0., to seo his sister, Miss Roberta O'Bannon, graduate. Mr.'Nannif. Owens and grandson. of Ualcich. N. C. ore tinnh with Mrs. L. B. Cook. Mr. Cicero Reynolds and wlfo vis Ited their daughter, Mrs. H. C. Lc nn. Comntc. In Misses Annie Lewis and Cathlhine Gentry are visiting Mrs. A. R. Nun nnltev at l'evton's Well. Mn nivKN Terrill was over from Garrard Saturday to see his aunt, Mrs Mhi. rimTis Cover, of Crab Orch nrd, passed through to Lebanon Junction Saturday to visit relatives. Misses Margaret and I'aulink Unnirva knvn rnturned from School at Transylvania University, Lexington. Miss Addic McCalry returned FrI day fromLittlo Rock, Ark., whero sho taught In tho Stato School lor me ucai. Mn. T J. It. Bkown. who represents the National Life & Accident Insurnnce Co. here, is threatened with appenuici Dcnny, who continues ill. Frankfort.' I hnvoon liniulnt HuslK-i- . Mnrtln A Co' of toro in Htanford arloui kinds, tucli an the Monarch, I.. O. riuiltl), S " Mil, Oliver, ueininiEion, koo1 nn The Danville official are making it term was to admit to practice before etc.. thoroui;hlTvliullt hihIih Alto telluew.rewhich I will tell wry cheap. hot for tho whisky sellers. Let the that high tribunal, Hon. Harvey Helm, rain. Will tblp unjwlaro on trial. Ca'l tee them. Stanford officers follow their example Representative in Congress from the M..A. JOHNHON, HtnnforU. Ky. Eighth Kentucky district," says a disTwo mules, and a horse belonging to patch from Washington. V. , Newton Lane, the Danvillo pike far Have ou seen tho new line of Whit- mer, were killed by lightning one day Jewil.r nnd Optlclnn, manl and ferns for ferneries at the last week. M'KINNEY, KENTUCKY. Stanford Greenhouse? Also the very up There will be an Ice cream supper at best bedding plants. Geraniums from ertook youthat old Jewelry tlint your Jeweltold could not in) repaired. We will r.d 10, for 59s per dozen up. Special attention Saturday n'ght. w llo netrv. Old rliiKt ir?'K It !n'" tlfTam mountlngi. llest the benefit of tho Sunday School at given to cut flower orders. Lena L remodeled witheer offered. Ke tested IIJ.I ttHctacle that place. Go and help a worthy Hampton, Florist, Logan Ave , Stan' frte. rlne watch work a tieclalty. ' cause. ford. ) t J. D Y E !to-!s- Jn The Price is Lower. W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Che Lincoln County national Bank 0! Stanford, Capital, Surplus, Resources, 8: H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON, PRESIDRNT m . Fisher, will have chargo of Dripping Springs this year. This will be good news to tho patrons of thai fino old That clever mino host, Mr. Spears summer resort. "Among the Breakers" will bo presented at Preachersvillo Friday night, June 18, by Crab Orchard ladies and gentlemen. Don't fall to witnoss this beautiful and Interesting play. . Richmond defeated tho Lancaster team G to 3 inn game of ball at tho 's crounds Friday afternoon. A crowd estimated at 800 witnessed tho game, which was easy, for the Rich mond team. m lat-ter- SriRES. Mrs. Burton Spires, who was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim W. Hutchison, died at her home near Highland Saturday of a complication of troubles and was buried Sunday at Mt. Moriah church. Mr. J. C. McCIary conducted funeral services. Besides her husband, Mrs. Spires leaves n daughter three years old, who will greatly miss a mother s tender love and care. Thi McKlnnty Wooltn Mills; McKlnniy, Ky. n oneratlon nnd It ready to tene It now-Itho imlillo In making Jiani, I.lnteyt, Itlnnkett, Flannels, Ynrnt, Ktc. will either work wool or oicnniiKO koous lor 11. iiik' lit market price for Lwool. II. WHiailT, Tror. TheTruth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durggists sell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. dis-ct$- Kentucky. Mr. D. M. V. Stephenson, the con hustling mer tractor and builder of this place, has Mr. W. M. Owens, tho completed a beautiful bungalow chant of Burr, Rockcastlo county, was about returning from Louis- for Mr. Robert Collier at Crab Orchard. on Sunday's train It cost about $3,000 and is a marvel of ville. Lucy Lee Walton, of Stan- comfort and convenience. Miss ford, Ky., Is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Thk eountv court cranted a new vot Emma Lee Vaughan. Ashland, Va , ing precinct yesterday. On a petition Herald. of over 300 voters in and around Mc- Mrs. S. E. Brooks and Miss Mollie Klnnev. Huatbnvlllo Dreclnct No. 4 was Brooks, of Crab Orchard, left yester-da- y ordered established. The voting place for Seattle, Wash , to visit Mr. Joe will bo In the town of McKinney. tl. Brooks. . m Mrs. M. E. Fish, of Crab Orchard, ha been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Pettus. Wilmore Cor. Jessamine Journal. Mn. Ben Hardin and wife, of Monti-celland Mr. Joe Mardln and wife, of Chattanooga, have been guests of Mrs. BmsIo Hardin nt tho St. Asaph. Mrs. Maggik J. Martin and daughter, Miss Liccla Martin, have arrived from Holly Springs, Miss., to spend tho summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus M. Jones. Miss Mary Roubrts, who will represent Somerset in the Elocutionary Contest at Waltpn's Opera House tomorrow, Wednesday night, has arrived and ia the guest of Ml Jennie Peppto. shares, 5 per cent. Intorest guaranteed, nontaxable, and in addition shares in tho dividend. Interest and dividends lavablo tell you all about It. semi-annuall- The Odd Fellows Hall Association, formed td finance tho Odd Fellows' new building, now offer 115 shares of pre ferred stock at oar. This stock la $100 A. C. Sine will I thk Lnilios' Aid Society of tho Crab Orchard Baptist church desires to thank nil of thoso who took part in tho play, Amnnir the Breakers." tho proceeds of .which went to the church. Especial-luTino- n the society vrlsb to thank Miss Georgia Lewis and those who took part that are not members of the Baptist church. Mlaa Sallie DeBord, secretary. B. McKeo and Dr. J. W. Acton, road commissioners, tho court decided that the commissioners must issuo a warrant to Mr. Murphy for $2,600, tho amount asked for building a piko from Kings-vlll- e to the Casey county lino. The case will be appealed and if the decision is sustained we aro Informed that the fiscal court will sua Mr. Murphy for damages, claiming the road is In a worse condition than it formerly was. Judge Bell's decision in tho contested election case of M. S. Baughman against W. L. McCarty, rendered Sat urday afternoon, is as follows: "This cause camo for trial and tho court, after hearing all proof offered by the parties hereto and considering all exhibits on file, and being fully advised is of the opinion that there has been no final hearing or decision of said contest mentioned in tho petition hercjn and therefore adjudges that the plaintiff Is entitled to tho relief prayed in tho petition hereinafter stated. It Is there foro ordered and adjudged that the gentle-mo- n composing tho democratic county committee meet and they and each of them aro hereby ordered and directed to meet as euch commltteo on Monday, July 6, 1909, and hear tho contest of tho plaintiff, M, S. Baughman, against W. L. McCarty for tho democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln coun ty." The court then adjourned and the May term of the Lincoln Circuit Court became a memory. the case of M. Green Murphy against G. A. Walter, J. Couirr.-- ln Circuit $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER,. J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. J. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Camp Afgonac, Mien. Summer Outing Under Perianal Management of J. Ky.t Evening Gazette Lexington, Ky.t Going DIRBOTORSi Stanford B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Goo. W. Carter, Kan-kiStanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. John B. Foster, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. n, July 20 1909. Special Train of Pullman Sleepers, leaves Lexington 6:30 i. i. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of $22.50 " Covers tho cost, and includes both ways, ono en tiro berth in Sleeper, and ono full weeks' board nt Camp Algonao. trans-partatio- COUNTRY - PRODUCE Reservations Close , July 12. in Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville Booklet Free. and Brodhead. Miss Ella May Saunders, Local RoprosentUivo, Stanford, Kentucky. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford, - urptti..innitouv"1 w, FARMIR'S DIPARTMIMT. a Two (rood milk cows for sale. E. C. Traylor, Starifcrd, R. F. D. No. 4. ; Cress & Jones have shipped 2,000 lambs this year. They bought them at G to GJc. W. D. Hanson had two fine bucks killed by lightning on his farm In tho West End. J. II. Baughman & Co. bought of Chris Irvine, of Ottcnhelm, a small lot The Interior Journal. Utond-cU- SAMPSON will make the two season at my farm where I lire, H mile Houth of Htanford on tha Somerset plso as 110 to Insure a llvhia: colt. This young lack's colts won mora In lu IM miliums rhe county.In HI nnd first than any Jack In two colts hare never been beaten In their class as colts and year-linand loo like winners for 1W. They were shown nt all local fairs loth years and at ICxlnnton and Kentucky, Htnfo fair In 1KW. Ills isoh colt was 1st winners at Kentucky Htate Kalr and at several local fairs. Rom of his H17, liw and IS? colts are on my farm to show for themselves. CHESTER S. This son of Chester Dare will make the resent season 1). flustonvtllo nt at to H.Uarpentsr's stable In 110 Insure a living colt. DMCRirrioN Ann ranuimtr. lie Is n black with star In forehead, lit hands hub, with nil the style nnd finish eharacterlstld of tho Chester Darn family, a good noting horse and n proven breeder. Hee him before booking your mares If you are looking for a at living price. Hired by food breeder dam by Telegraph. Inddamby 1st Hlppy.by Mamhrlno utile. J NO. (I. I.YN.V. llustonvllle, Ky. MHttredinlht Fotl-Ofimatter, ut at anford L. SN.TIMETHBLE Houth, Hits r. Mi a m. . A. No.St,Norlh.4: No.n.North.SrxT P. M. No.TMM7A.M. No. No.at,touth,ll 11, 'jsflaaVBBPB',sBH ' No.,J:Wr. X. JOS. 8. WICE, Agent. r ? of wheat at S1.G0. well-know- n J.H.IUl'rtllMAN, Htanford, Ky, Phonal, Almont Dare 3228. Hired by Dignity Dare l(HJ, lie by Chester Darn III, bn by lllack Hiiulrrel M, lie by King ltlW a I ' aW A', tUW 1Jta aaaM Ic aaaf i "avaViaaV - Gus Williamson, the Dar- r ren county stock breeder, lost threo raluablo horses by lightning. Will Hunt, of Simpson county, has power lioller ami engine nnd taw gathered and marketed this season 70 sale. Will toll cither or both. mill for gallons of cherries from one trco. OlIAS. KmasLIM, Ottenhelm, Ky. l'ostofllce, Wayncsuurg, Hy. J. M. Roberts sold a lot of cows hero yesterday at 3c, some cows nnd calves at $30 and a bunch of short yearlings of FOR SALE CHESTER JEWEL. a.h. ir.n. . m fFiaTaTaV'sBW m iitBBBBa H ft ifr it sawSJamw 'Bbbt iWv Mr aaVaf I Stock I for Sale. Merchandise i ness. 111 Will Invoice about $.1,500. llcnson health. QKO. I). HOPI'KK. Stanford, Ky. it sire to noil privately my stock of busiHardware. Doing n good A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. scientific preparation foi external use. Stopi itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Eczema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable CMdicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St Louis, Ma ZEMO, a Eczema is Curable Penny's Drug Store. When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of experience. Then your clothes, whethern, low price buslnes suit or the finest evening clothes, will hare thnt Individuality and nt which plainly Imllcnto they were made to yonr.measuro. I.will also take your measure! Tor extra trousers, fancy vests, top galore. coats and overcoats. Hprlng and Hummer Stanfohd Court. There were about samples on band ready for your Inspection. We, whose names appear below, strictly 100 cattle at 1. M. Brace's pens yesterIt. 0. RUPLEY. The Tailor, fishing Htanford, Ky, day and all of ttem changed hands. forbid hunting, places ur any kind of on our and will prosecute vi Prices ranged from 3c to 5c. There was olators to the full extent of the law. Skin Diseases Itching MIssMnttlo Hewes, Itelehenliach llros. Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid an active demand for thin stuff. A lot A T. Traylor, Kred Uaumnnn, N, II. riumnier, Zemo gives instant of sheep sold at 3 to 5c. A small crowd I.tlhurndooch, lor external use. Will Hester, U.(Nuunolley. was in town and business generally was relief and permanently cures any form W. llnuRhtnnn. J. W. IVck. J. K. Ilruce, David Stevens, J. if Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All quiet. JohnCuuienlKb. Wm.Cordler. Hillenmeyer, the horticulturist, says M. D. Klmore, Dan Traylor, for sample. E; W, Druggists. Write (iotllbOllck. Kred llandorf, apples will be a slim crop, cherries, 1). if. 3.ose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. J. J. Thompson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Anderson. Jas. II. Kads STORE. pears and plums variable, some kinds j. r. Closer, G. L. PENNY'S DRUG A. kllrnsa .Mrs.. J, llorton barren, some scattering, and a few have J.J. Klllott. Mrs. Geo. Lofnn. W. It. Daugherty, Krnnk t'onller. pretty full set of young fruit; gooseberI Hev. Father Ia'o, Dr. . O. IVrry. 1, Wr rinln.. H. II. Ilaugliman, ries and currants are laden; strawberIfrlah Albright. A. i'. uooi The farm of HOncres, of good blue grass ries died out except few plants and Mrs. Mnrarvt Uooch. Jacob Uauder land. King one mile North of 5IcH.lnney.on (lire ns. W. II. Traylor the Stanford pike. Improvements and they are producing large berries; early Uco.Ciioieri. John Jnler, Ham fencing good; plenty of wnter nnd fruit. peach bloomers ail gone; Amend Hchnefer, M.J. Hotmnnn, grapes in mag 123 ncres of timbered land one mile Also A. It.Matheny K.T. Ileoiley East of McKlnney: half Under fence; plenty niflcent clusters and blackberries are I..H. flarner. Mr.. J. II. Owsley, of water nnd good tobacco land. Hee II. Ii. Knitnley, M.J. Morgnn, J.A.GIVKNH.Agent, heavy with bloom which only heavy H.O.Watkins, H.T. Harris. McKlnney.Ky. J. 0. Hundley. Good It. II. Crow, storms can check. L K. McOlure, Mrs. Nannie II. Anton Honecker. Anderson C'nrr. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! Kred VonUrucnlgnu W. M. Dlshou. A Thrilling' Rescue. Mrs. Kate Aflor T. L. Iliittisbman, Mrs. Kebeecii It. Carpenter 1 nn fnrnlili tha mihllowith the best, ft 8 How Bert R. Lean, of Cheny, Wash., Mcimiu. W. KopaU, .i. r. Closer, cut flowers, plants of was saved from a frightful death Is a well ns the freshest of U, Hevlers, JolinH. all kinds, bulbs, po'ten nnwers, on soon Also make a specialty of wreaths story to thrill the world. "A hard notice. lor for funeral purpose. In connection with the above, I have all cold," he writes, "brought on a deskinds of vejetnbles on hand at reasonable perate lung trouble that baflled an exK. prices. CHIUBTMANdHKKN 1IOOHEH. pert doctor here. Then I paid 810 to Black jack, vtith while points, 16 hands, Kn lluiiiiAHi). Pitoit. Htanford, Ky. 815 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo- with heavy bone and plenty of body. PEDIGREE.-Si- red by Tarkiigton's kane, who did not help me. Then I lit dim by J. K. Beoghman, Sr.. he went to California, but without beno- by Old Stonewall; 2nd dim on jeanelt's side by fit. At last I used Dr. King's New Impelled Prince; she out o( a uecnett by Old Discovery, which completelr cured me Porter. Mule colu, $I0; JrnnetU, $15; w.saaak.. "fP Tt(ks Jim $20. i.li'J and now I am as well as ever.'' For trainers, Tailow, Beeswax, Giasfna, Lung Trouble, .Bronchitis, Coughs Golden Seal. (Yellow Root), etc We and Colds, Asthma, Croup and and undo btilerioryou are Dealers, Whooping Cough its supreme, 60c Bay saddle nUiIion, 16 hand, good style and Ibaa agent or commission tnercbanti. Reference, any Dank in Louisville. and 81. Trial bottle free. Guaran action. write lor weekly price list and shipteod by Penny's Drug Store. PEDIGREE. Sued by Old On Time. Id ping Ugs. Wefumuhnool bags free. dim Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson; 3rd dim by Matchless; 4th dam by Transby. Has M. SABEL&SONS, Too Many Spots. My stallion. Chester Jewel, Mack IS hands high, will make the season of liJ nt my stable four miles West of Crab Orchard at mouth of JedarUreek,at IIS to Insure n living colt MtrM.1 h Hha.fnp llrtrA. 1st ilnm he MA,mn1 Jewel. This mare Is t lie Until ut n mnro that sold for inddnm hy Holmes' Drennon. Hrd dam Anna Iluford, by.Moutle, 4th dam lleula.by llo.ton.fithdam by Kpsllon, nth dam by (lid Denmark. 7th dam byColyer. Money duo when colt Is fonled or mare at $15. parted. Mares erased nt fito ponies. traded orall bills paid Iwfore removal per For Sale. Pair month, of marcs; Day, with whito feet. Match well and capes. not responsible for accidents or esare fancy. Perfectly gentlo. V. T. JOHN W. HOLMKH, Crab Orchard, Ky Coulter, Mlddleburg, Ky. Gov. Willson offered $200 for tho apprehension and conviction of tho person or persons who scraped W. II. I hare found a tried and tested con for Xbssk tobacco bed In Mercer. trim I Not a remedy that will straighten the betting law passed by Ins The anti-rac- e distorted limbs of chronic cripples, nor turn bony anln. That the last Texas Legislature went into Rowths back to flesh kill UM pains Is Impossible, asd paaft M now tartly effect at midnight Friday and arrange- Mi-In Germany HI.AA.& a Chemist la tbe CHo with ments are being made to discontinue all Darmstadt 1 found the last fntrtdleat wHh Which Dr. (hoop's RbeoaaUo Remedy wMatade racing. a perfects, aepsoaaaie presenpticB. ni The Minks, D. N. Prewitt's pride, that last laarMMaui totcesirtiuy mswi many cases of RbsumtUsm but BfW, at ran second in a race at Latonia Satur- InrailT KIM all curbl CUM of IBM drMdMTdltaua. Those day. Judge Sauflcy, named for our dis- mneh f md hi Rheumatl a Blood, seen to tinder the action of this rtatsdy aa tinguished citizen, came in fifth in an- and past away mem wnen aaaea so mn rrMiT ti ium sswi other race. And then, when dlMotTtd. thste poisonous wastes freely pass the system, and the cause el A sow, weighing about 200 pounds, Rheumatism fromtrone forever. There It now no Is need no black with white face, came to my real help. We actual excuse te suffer looter with- 1 sell, and In ceafldsnee m ustinsn out placo two weeks ago. Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep. Sam Bishop, Turnersville, Ky. At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Danville Fair Association It was decided to hold a four days' fair, Aug. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 3, 4, 5 and 6. A big premium list has been arranged and there will be races four-year-oCard-well's Rheumatism l- nsn sasd-Uk- e William V.. Istdam Toxaay 4TM, also registered In Vol. lu,A. T. II. It. Mho by Mambrlno(Sil.l). he by Almont (si) Jml dnm I.adr Davis by Orlt Davis, by Hour-lo- n Chief; Srd dam Matllfl H., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, hy Imported (llenco; Ithdam )lettlo0..hvCunntngbam'aCoppvr-botto:3th dnm nv Imported llutinrtl. NorK. Almont Dare, so faros we are able to discover. Is the first horse on record having to his credit the honor of defeating with hl o a progeny those of his great sire. Dignity linre, doing so tilth his nrst crop of colts every tlm they came together. As an Individual this Is n v ry attractive horse, l hands high with lots of weight nnd finish, color, action extremely high nnd fast. Hhows a distinct saddle gaits, all very fast and plenennt. A full brother to the great gelding, Nettleton, that sold nt 4 years for tl.rtOiind to the great show mare. Foxy Dare, that vtoii more premiums for tho numliernf shuvtt than any mare evisr aired iiy iiiguiiy nitre. Were It not for two splints coming on him he would easily have won the Htate s Huddle Championship, This horse Js a result of n cnifTOMy-LoniE.- s long nnd careful mating of the very best the country ntTorded. Ills hacking. In blood nnd Individuality, Is ns strong ni Gibraltar and his colts are rapidly Iproving lilm. Hee Our line of Men', Hoys' ami Children' CJothitig is tnoro comjilcto well paid. He this horse and you will will make the sraeon of lnv at our stable, IS miles from llustonvllle on the lluston- ever liefore. Conio to ceo them lcfore huying clecwhcre. vllle A Liberty pike, at ID to Insure a living colt. Mares traded or bred elsewhere renders sea.ondue at time of snch transaction. Will also stand a mule Jack at ii. Grass furnished In abundance at ft per month. Our personal attention to all stock but will not bv responsible for nceldents. W).V, llustonvllle. Ky, K.H. f. mWm? II BT"lrAafaaf vm fir wl Wm mm Mr m ly; t- - than ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. THE WARFIELD. 1 Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy POSTED. FARM FOR SALE grow-ngcro- f. J. BAUGHMAN, telHWDQL HlUt51"UR5 MORGAN DENMARK ClTaUH(D IN ! 229 E. Market St LOUISVILLE, KY. J,L,Beazley&Co., The vital spot Means quito a lot When gunning In tho jungle. The man who can't His bullet plant Therein, is apt to bungle. Yet sometimes skill May come to nil; A man his life may jeopard. The vital spot Is hard, I wot, To pick out on a leopard. To avoid serious results takoFoloy's Kidney Remedy at tho first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache, urinary Irregularities, exhaustion, and you will soon be well. Now Stanford Drug To. pays to read tho. Bible," said Stove Marsh as he gazed at a pile of green paper representing fl,C87 in his homo in Fairfield, N. J. "I wish I had started reading that tiible 35 yours ago," The money was found In a Bible owned by an aunt of Marsh. She died 35 yearB ago. m walking proven a great bleeder of high-clashorses. Will stand at $8. Also a splendid mule jack at $7. The above seasons are due v hen colt is foaled, mare or jennctt traded or paited with. Marcs and iennetts grazed at $230 per month. Personal attention given at all times. Inpregnator used when necessary. Cere taken lo prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Above mentioned stock owned and stood by , R. G. PETTUS, Stanford R. F. D. No. 4. 6 miles Crab Orchard & Lancaster pike. Residence Phone Lancaster 76-- F. A It. Undertakers and Embalm . AIbo Dealers in er Mattings.Rugp. They will exchange Furniture for ilKiads of Stock. Give Th a Call. Prim Right. Fur-aiture, "It $1.50 I CINCINNATI I 9 . .. AND RETURN . VIA- Trial S:!l trolling. Dark bay stallion. hands: fouled August 10H. 1st dam Naugh ty uiriny itox Ainericus stjsi, rvcord Sill1,, .Ire of llattleton, ;!:'( reconlJlVAmerlcan Ilelle, and is Athers In ls) list: a sou of Onward Ull.reconl:.lreofOiiwadHllveri?4 and IM others In the Jysi list, onward was sired by George Wilkes Mt. ind dam Duermn.slred by Mnmbrlno King 1J75, sire of 7 Including Ijuly of the Mnnor z:ui'., ixira iwrny I :.',, iieir ai lasi.'w, sU others In :lil. Snldnm Iotlet,by Nutwood ft", ttu sire of 171 In the list. , sire of 4lb dnm.Tupai by Htrnthmnre isnn me net. 6th dam, Millard by Albion, th dam Neil hr Kdnlu Fore.t;th dam l.ody Turner by Mambrlno Chief 11. The Wnrfleld Is a reprrsentatlve stallion In nil the word Implies. To say that he has else, sulntnnee and speed only In pnrt theiiuatltlesromblntMl 111 this eon of Dare Devil. He has them nnd they are of such evinmetrlcalchnrncterns totnake film n stallliin nmoiig ninny. III. hend nd neck, body, feet and lege are perfect and when en In connection with his faultless unit nnd great tieauty nre e.eclally Impressive, You should see this hone liefore breeding. I lmve just received near of OLD HICKOKV WAGON'S, the IksH You wlllsny you never looked at n better one. The wnrtleld Isthnoulvstnlllon that wagon on the market fur tho money. Sec them More liuying, ns thcro hai hasT dams In the great brood urn re list. He ins two Mambrlno King croes,two Mambrlno Intchen. two Mambrlno Chief, one lecu a great iinprovemcnt in their construction. Uhlmeii.l onward. I George Wilkes, I 1 Nutwood, Htruthinon,more trotting crov. tlinn any stallion nil e. The Wurlleld Is by Darn Devil t;tv. He by Maiiibrliio King It M, he by Miinibrlno Dotcheti tf. lie by Mambrlno Ulilef II. Dam Mercedes, by Chimes Wis, bjr Klecllotiif r IJ5. Dare Devil Is a great winner. He won the championship nt the National Horse Hhuw In class I; llrst National HoreeHliow In lsiN, class li: championship Notional Horse Hhow ISM, class : first NatliinalllorseHlioa lsw.ela.s 10:cliiimploiislilpNnllniiiil Horse Hhow lli'. eliiss ?: first NatloiuilHiirseHhow-l)- , class 3; Ilrit Natlniinl Horse Hhow lvs(, class 10: first Hotton HoreeHliow Use, clnse 3;reerve Boston Horse hhow class I; second Ilostou Horse Hhow ll.it, class 8; second lloston Horse Hhow lUB.clfmiLre-en- e Ilostou HoriteHbow ll'U, class I; third llos-to- n Horse Hhow IKSI, class 7. He sired The lleau Meal J.I5H. (sire of 1'rlncese Helen 5.1HV, I Devil's Daughter z:lli, Hsrnli Ilnm. Dura Devil. Jr. :!?VL Iln ;:mi.Trirler SEWill tuiike the pre.ent nenson at my farm mile from McKlnney, Ky., at l3to Insure it Living Colt. H. M. O WF.NH. McKlnney.Ky. Styles up to the niiiuito. Prices beyond competition. Wo nUo atnto that our Spring Lino is now complete. To save inonoy, como and ceo nnd bo convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies, Misses and Children nud our lino ot Uenl's yiioci will certainly please. Ilanan uud Walkover Unci r, Vol. 17 A.T. II. It., bred by Kuiiene Ituck-e(leorgilown, Ky. Aeblniid II n Kilt wui arc hummers nud are strictly reliable. Yours fur nn honest ileal, 1UU. solid Imy with left hlud foot foaled white, stands I&1. hands high. CiiAitLra Wiim:i.i:it. Hired by silent brook. No. l'KiiimiKK ltrtai. record J:lH'w. thn slrn of Marvuret y llathgntu,2:llH llettiu Hrook.iSi :I7K, ltellhrook,x;i;i,, Jennie llrook, ill f.U'i Klllott Htoue, i:Mt Idy lliouk, t:au and liunuing nrook, ist. Hllent llrouk light J?"1, llrlghtllglit. 2:lH(. und Vnlps, Dnrknlght sired by Alcyone No. Zll; 1M. l.zi. A.uinnii union's l.iuuiu nulla Wren by Ashlnnd Wilkes, record i:l7'i, tbe sire of John It. lntry,:t:iS,Hally :(!',: Ashland Wilkes slrrd by ited Organiw.ct, SSZ Capital Slot. SSO.OOO. Wilkes, Wit), hi) by (leorgo Wilkes, second dam, Hide Lilly, hr 1'retviider, Hi!, ard dam OOO. Surplus and ?ncfui'dd iProfilt, by Jim Mon roe.KlS. N'ott. Ashlund llrook Isnlinndsoma fellow Willi lots of sututuuee, has a liold way paid in 'Dividends since Organization, 500. of going with siwed, stylo nud action. Ills oldest crop of colts uru two years old. nnd they ure ull one could expect, they nil beur-luSnuito Sfccounts on Our 7tfaritt good colors with plenty ol tlse. und great style mid nnlsh. Ashland llrook will make the present eeusou ut 111 to Insure u OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. living colt. V. IteiJ, Will ulo stand tho grcnt mule und Jennet I. S. Ilocker, President;. J II. UauRhmin. lack. Hilly Kevne, at flU for mures nnd ft) M V. Elmore. J, M. Pettui, for Jennets to Insure n living colt. Hilly S. T. Harris, Keene was sired by Tom Kecuu; 1st ilnm bv if. Cummins, II. C. Il.iughraan, 1'iilermo, Id dam by Iuvl Hubble' the Imp. John J. Mcltoberts, Cashier; S, T. Harris, I'rluce, the elm of Joo llluckburu anil no. C. Robinson, Hilly Kit'iie stands full Id bands, II. C. Baughman, Astl. Cash'r W. U. Oliannon J. S. Hocker, black, with whllu points and lis a breeder Is unsuriHissed n uiuluor Jennet Jack, hlsrotts C, 11. Tale. W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. alwitjs bringing the liighost prices, Msres traded, purted with or bred elsewhere formoney becomes due feits the Insurance und ut the time of such transaction, p jjjl3p. r, 1 E. T. PiGVCe, STANFORD. KY. MILLINERY. la. I The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. J:'i. 1 ASHLAND BROOK, Iji-d- Jirst Tfationcil Sftancj Stanford, Jty. $9, $21, ?-- !; To-le- r, Jfas g 7u . Jlrlg-noll- KING EAGLE. (No. 50.) ' SEASON OF 1909. well-know- STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, HWiki-jHM& MiT I Vol. , A. H. II. It King Kagle Is 10 hands high, dark buy with flowing iiiune nnd lull, goes all tbt'galts with plenty of sneeu. style induction. 6 Ii s -'Jk-- Kf y Many of our citizens are drifting toHrlght's diseaso by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trou- blo which Foley's Kidney Remedy will quickly cure. New Stanford Drug Co. ward Wlfey There's a fool born every minute. Yes, and they get together in June and one of them pays tho min Hubby v5, m ister m m ndartaker., Embatmer and INlr;inlHarnei Saddlery, STANFORD, KY- - A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlo- roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Elocutionary contest at Walton's era House Wednesday night, 18th. Op- I I JUNE 20th. ""I A.H.I SPECIAU TRAIN leavws iiiK'JM City M- - I A s)Cfrkoai, ir. Home. f hoi t (, colts, they ull having site, style and action. Hoslred iliecolt that won the M stake ut thu Htanford Fulr.uiul thnllUUttakMittlJin-cutte- r defeating here four of the get of the great Hex l'enviiw. Tills get of King Knglv's second In the MM stake ut Hurrodsburg wiis with HI entries and defeated thu colt that won this stake two out of three sbuwa. Ills colts are In deuiuud, bring thu highest pi Ices, King Kagle will make the present season nt th low price of 114 to Insure u living colt. Will also stand the greutmule Jack, Jim Keene, ut liu for mures und tffl fur Jennets to Insure u living colt. Jim Kuene.slrtd by the great Hilly Keene, Istdam by the Imp, John Wells 2nd dum by lleecher. Jim Keene I 1H hands high, blnck with white point., a greolmule Juck, All of the ubovu uuintloned stook will make the season of HUi ut our stable t iiillea West of Htunford on the Hhelby 01 ty pike. Mares truded, parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and money become due at the lime of such transaction. For further Information eall ou or address H, by On Time. 7(5, he by Htonewull Jackson, Tl. lloyul King's 1st dam Mollis Mounts, KM i, was uy me iiouhi sire vauueii't iixiiig-to- n F. H. King Kaglu's 1st dum Hip, XtU, she by Knglolllrd.riill. he by Old King Kb- ited I.lon. tlrd dum by fie, 7i0.2ildum by hu by Miller's Denmark, Doiimiirk. (5, (Hi dam by Jim J Ml (thoroughbred.) None. King Kugle Is u combined stallion, a breeder of II 11''. colored nnil high styled farm near French- Hllue Anderson orsvlllo the Jack, which hu perliups gotten ns many Ills) roltsnsany Juck In the county, nt ti to In- sure u llvlnucolt. Will iitMistuud the suleiidid I'euvlne stallion, lted lies, Jr., by lied Del. tm lv Hex lVuvlne. at HO to Insure a living colt. Ho will be iwrinltted (o seru . UI1IJ II llllllllti iiMllli'Vt ut iiioii-bW. 1". (Ill I W K.H A I.KVt IlL'LL, I'rvuchersvllle. We will stand nt hit D. CARTER. 3. New Llvervf Depot Street, Phone 06, STANFORD. KEtVTUGKY. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHOINY Dinwiddie & up-to-date Co., Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Bams, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life,Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Surety on Bonds Undertakers and Glass, Immediate attention Embalrriars. We car- given to losses which ry an line are paid without dis TVHAKRIM k HOBT, WOODS, count. Htanford, Ky.; of goods. l'honeT. KlugS, saM Hustonville Ky.i rff isUU mi iSsssVsasassssssajsss i s