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"0. 13 TELEPHONE FIGHT ON IN STANFORD STANFORD PEOPLE WANT NEW DEPOT. Petition Will be Presented to Rail road Officials Asking For Better Accommodations. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS WIN GREAT GAME aamaMBtoM SHOW IN YEARS. Thousands Gather In Stanford On Council Orders Rates Lowered May Drive Telephone Service Monday to Sec Out of The City. Equines On Parade. Blue-Woode- d Batting Rally In Extra Inning Gives Them Victory Over Fast Playing "Dummies.' With a splendid batting rally in the Stanford wants a new depot, and a 19 petition signed by every official, busi- 10th inning, the Stanford High School ness and professional man and by all ball team defeated the nine from the citizens It Is possible to see, will be pre- Deaf& Dumb Institute of Danville i sented o tho chief officers of tho Lou- here Friday afternoon by a score of 2 to 1. This was the first game of the isville & Nashville railroad, asking that a new station be built. Every one who season and the fans are jubilant over has occasion to use the railroad here the victory, for few thought that the knows of the total Inadequacy of the focal lads would be able to down the present depot for the needs of the trav- fast playing "Dummies" this early In very respectfully petition the city coun. eling public. Tho city haaoutgrown it; the season. The game was a heart DANVILLE, cil to set apart April 22 and 23 as clearof the state. and the progress .which Stanford and breaker from start to finish, from the Players AB R H PO A ing up time. Every citizen is During the morning bours, the splentho surrounding community has made time Stanford put Embry around the Porter 2b request...5 0 0 4 1 ed to have his yard, vacant lota bags in the fifth, only to have the visi- Memine c A did specimens of Kentucky's best aires within recent years will be the argu0 0 10 1 barn yards, alley and premises in general, 11 3 were admired as they stood in their ments used to influence the railroad tors tie it up in the next round, until Napler3b 3 cleared of all rubbish, litter, papers, 2 stalls In the livery stables, and in the people to build a new depot at once. As Morrison Bright smashed out a corking Meunier ss Vogaletti lb 3 0 10 0 tin cans and anything else offensive afternoon they were paraded up and soon as tho petition Is signed, a dele- three bagger in the 10th and brought in Jasper p to 4 1 0 11 the olfactory and optical nerves and down Main street, everything coming 3 gation of prominent cltizeds wilt go to the winning run when Embry singled Elkins rr 000 that lime, crudo carbolic or any other Corman If 4 000 Louisville with It to take up the matter cleanly over second. ton standstill that the thousands could good disinfectant be used freely. 4 001 In addition to batting at a 500 clip, Hereford cf Rive undivided attention to this striking personally as well with the railroad offAll public grounds and buildings to be atspectacle so typical of Kentucky. icials. The petition, which will bo left Wesley Embry starred in the box. He Totals 33 1 2t27 17 2 tended to by the council, or those in All of the old favorito sires were on at the Lincoln National Bank for signa- held the opposing batsmen to two hits, Meunier out for batting out of turn. charge of same. That this shall apply hand-Digone of them of the scratchiest sort, and tNo outs when winning run scored. Dare, the beautiful tures, is as follows: had his head with him at all stages of Score by innings bay of I). 8. Carpenter, of THE PETITION. 123456789 10T to renters as well as to property own-srThat the citizens shall be notified the game. He gave two passes to first Stanford .... ,.0 00010000 12 King Eagle, ahown by Sam T. General Manager and Board of Direc0 00001000 01 by posters two weeks in but neither figured in the run making, Danville Harris and It. T. Woods, who also bid Manager Homer Wray said that he advance and tors of L. & N. Railroad Co., SUMMARY by a notice In two issues in the Interthough the first was cut off at home by Ashland Brook and a couple of hii fine could not say what they would do. He Earned run Stanford 1; Three base ior Louisville, Ky. very fast work. Journal. Every man on the hit Morrison Bright: Two h.inn hiiona;C. G. Caldwell &. Son, of Waynes-bur- referred the councllmanlc action to his We, tho undersigned citizens t- Mrs. J. J. Dickey, and reshad their aplendfdlyxproportloncd president; Mrs. superiors and Is awaiting their orders. idents of Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., Stanford team played fine ball, and was Jasper; Sacrifice hit-H- ill; Stolen bases Pennv. Embrv. Tom Bright. MnnnUr Lelia Cook, vice president; Mrs. P. M. Klag Eagle, Jr.; Dick Scudder, of The council is understood to bo pro- most respectfully request tho careful in the game at all stages. They show cd the splendid work which Coach Ar Elkins; Left on bases Stanford 4; McRoberts, secretary; Mrs. W. H. held the center of many ad- ceeding on the ground that the East Danville 4; Struck out by consideration of the following reasons e miring eyes with his splendid All thur Long doing for them in their by Jasper 8; Base on balls-- Off Embry 11, Wearen, treasurer; 'Mrs. W. A. Trib-bl- e. Tennessee Company has no franchise which we assign for Embry our request that team work is chairman of Civic Committee. and the inside game which 2, off Jasper 1; Double play Porter and many liked his trotter Dalmai. to operate In Stanford. It is understood, tho L. & N. R. R. Co. construct a new I endorse the action of the Improvethey played. They had the bunting unassisted; Wild pitch Embry 1; Hit Of course everyone liked W. O. Wa- however, that It has been paying a fran depot at Stanford, Ky.: business fine and a double steal would by pitched ball Elkins; Umpire Flor-enc- ment Club and promise my hearty colker's Carroll Preston; he commands at- chise tax to the city for the past 13 Time of game, one hour and fifty operation. Wo have noted with satisfaction and In any company. A. B. Florence, Clarence E. years, and will claim that this gives it have gone through in the third inning minutes. tention interest the and painstakbut that Waters slightly overran third Tate's Cecelian Leaf was admired by a a right to do business here whether it ing Mayor. effort of the management of the L! For the visitors Meunicr was tho best great many. Grimes licit ley had Lin- has a hard and fast franchise or not. & N. R. R. Co. to give the people in New Road Contracts coln Squirrel and Red Light, which At Ripe Old Age Whatever way tho company replies the territory tributary to its lino the at bat and fielded his position at short very well. Ho is an old League player, were very favorably commented on, E. to the council, it is expected that legal most efficient service its financial con- having played with had proceedings will be instituted to ascerS. Powell & Son, of Hustonville, Frankfort three sea Will Be Let dition would warrant. This is indicatAs Many Bids Were Respected Citizen of sons ago. The visitors had a last bunch tho two beauties, Almont Dare and his tain just what are the rights of the city Rockcastle ed by the splendid condition of its roadToo High, Thought Court. son, Sport, which is council and of the telephone company Passes Over the River. and will give the High bchool boys a bed, the permanent and durable charsplendid evidence of the older horse's in the premises hard fight for revenge when the locals acter of its bridges and the increase in Numerous contracts for reconstrucbreeding ability. Carroll Duddcrrar One of the oldest and best known One of the counrilmen, who did not the size and quantity of its rolling go to Danville for a return game next tion work on the county roads were let men in Friday afternoon. attracted much attention with Sallie think it wise to take the action that Rockcastle county passed away stock. Brook and Star Brook. George F. An- - was done by his colleagues, remarked Stanford went out in one, two, three at the fiscal court meeting last week, last week when D. N. Williams, of Mt. We are much gratified by the last in tho first two innings. In the but the bids on several pieces of road Vernon, breathed his last. He had tiereea, of Boyle, brought over Mont- that a few years ago Harrodsborg not- published statement of the L, & N. order gomery Squirrel, a good looker. L. K ified the 'phone company to get out, third Waters waited and got a pass, and work were not considered low enough been in bad health for some time but which shows the present financial prosRogers, alio of Boyle, exhibited Col. and it got. Very soon afterward the to second on Tom Bright's and Road Supervisor Duddcrar was di- no one thought his condition serious. perity, for we believe that the interest was sent jingle by third. Hill fanned and Wa rected to advertise for new bids and Mr. Williams was 74 years of aire. The R. G. Evans' fine horse, Grant Moni- city invited it to come back, and on Its citizens of the commonwealth and ca). Walter Walker's great Percheron own terms. Ho pointed out that the of the was caught trying to make third award new contracts. The court ap- Immense crowd from all parts of the those of the L & N. R. R. Co. are not ters Sidi, was the center of admiring eyes, East Tennessee is the only telephone on the third strike. Penny hit a hot propriated $500 to the Hustonville and county that attended his funeral proved antagonistic, but that their mutual wel and Smith Baughman's George Ilor at- company which can give one seeking fare and prosperity are entwined and one to center, and it looked like Tom Coffey's Mill road and also appointed that no more beloved and popular man Bright would score sure, but Hereford Squire Helm and Supervisor Dndderar ever lived in that section. Mr. Williams tracted much attention in this class, as long distance connections, the service interwoven, and that their interests are did his Shetland", ono being driven by that a business man requires, and bemade a fine throw and killed him at the a committee to buy a bridge from G. C was county court clerk of Rockcastle inseparable and indissoluable. The.'pros-pent- y Smith, Jr. He showed five splendid lieved that it would not be to the internothing doing for Lyon. for 20 years and could have served long of each should and does assist plate. There was The court endeavored to get some er had he by George Hur. George Spoona-mor- e ests of tho citizens to drive this imporIn tho fourth. Morrison Bright colta not wished to retire from po-- li tho other, and that the re- Stanford and benefit &. Bro., of Rowland, were adverWesley definite information from Contractor tant public service corporation away lation teal life. Besides his wif ho Imvm between the railroad and the cit- fanned, first up in the fifth. Krueger as to just when he expects to four sons, M. tising Pence, Jr., a good one. Hugh and then probably be compelled to take izens whom they Embry singled through short and was C. Williamj, of Somerserve should be charReid Foster's little Shetland. Dock it back on any rate that it might wish going so fast ho kept on to second. have the new court house finished, but set; R. G. Williams; of Covineton: C. C. acterized by mutual tolerance, respect Grey, was a great favorite. Carroll to fix. Hereford in center threw wild to catch could get no definite date. The con Williams, of Mt. Vernon; and John Wil and regard. Therefore we do not dehim, the. ball bounding on by Napier at tractor is now paying a penalty for ev- liams, or Los Angeles, Cal Bailey was hero from Crab Orchard telland one sire that this petition should be con ery day that the work is uncompleted, ing about the mighty Preston, but the strued as an adverse criticism of past third, Embry bringing in the first score and the eud is not yet in sight. Judge daughter, Mrs. Cleo Brown, of Mt. Hurt In a Runaway. Vernon. game amid much enthusiasm great horse was not brought down. W, conditions, but as reasons why future of the M. Dodd, of Hustonvillo, found many Waters and Tom Bright flew out to Bailey and County Attorney Burch conditions should be changed. We in were appointed a committee to have the fricBds for his good horse, Gslton. Sam was Hill Respected Negro Dead. Two Popular Young Ladies Thown vite the attention of tho management short and thein roundsixth, over. Penny court house yard graded and the old Owens, of McKinncy, was on hand, and missed three the but to tho following facts and are confident fountain disposed of. A contract for Out of Buggy Sunday. many asked about his splendid sire, a careful consideration of them will con- was safe at first when Mcunler fumbled the wiring of the new building was let Old "Aunt Maria" Baughman, who The Warfletd. Mr. Owens has been ill, his hot grounder in short. Mike got vince you of the justness and propriety had been a faithful servant in tho Miss Elizabeth Higgins and Miss however, and did not bring over either away fine and pilfered the second bag to F. A. Clegg & Co. for 5110. of our request. Squires Helm, Singleton, Noaks and family of Judge and Mrs, J. W. Alcorn Burdett were thrown out of a bug The Warficld or his crack young sire, prettily, beating the throw a block. He The depot at Stanford is old, inade McKechnie were present at the meet for almost a score of years past, died PowbatUn. E. P. & J. H. Woods were gy and the former rendered unconscious died there though when McCarty foul last week, after a short iilnesn. She kept busy all day telling about Don and badly shaken up and bruised, when quate, inconvenient, unsanitary and un ed out to Fleming and Coleman hit to ing of the court. was one of the oldfashloned ante-bIn tine shape; a horse they were driving belonging to sightly. The freight room and baggage Jasper. Varrlck; who was on hand lum kind of darkies, and highly respect and J. M. Pettus' Beau Kaboth was MIis Burdett took fright at a train near room arc frequently congested, there is It looked like something more was Must Get Out ea ny an wno knew her, very popular. Trayler'a Stonewall Rowland Sunday afternoon, and ran not now nor has there over been a sep doing in the seventh when Singleton Jackson pleased all. There were many away. The young ladies very narrow arate waiting room for the white and opened up in the seventh with a corkStrengten your stomach and banish good looking Jicks, mares and jennets, ly escaped from serious injury, for the colored passengers. ing bingle to left. He went out at sec- Bigger Brothers Held Guilty of The present connections of the pas ond on fielder's choice when Morrison horctble Detainer on Carter indigestion; and the horse show was voted by all buggy in which they were riding topis guaranteed by Farm. G. L. Penny to do it or money back pled over on them. Miss Higgins was senger trains on the Knoxville branch Bright hit to short. Embry fouled out the greatest in years. 50c. rendered unconscious when sho struck with the passenger trains running to and Waters flew to Porter. Tom Bright the ground. Luckily Mies Burdett es- Maysville, frequently make it necessa- made the right start in the eighth with Harve Diggers, a Shelby county man Cupid Still Busy. caped almost unscathed, for with the ry for passengers to remain at Stanford a nice Texas leaguer over short, and and his brother, formerly of Fayette, Option Law Pays In Danville. exception of a cut on the top of her many bours. Tbe present accommoda Hill sacrificed him to second. Penny were adjudged guilty of forcible dehead and a shaklng-up- , she is uninjur- tions are insufficient and their stay Is hit a scorcher to Porter, who made a tainer by a jury in County Judge BaiA recapitulation of the trials and conTwo More Couples Secure From ed. Miss Higgins' arms and head were therefore extremely uncomfortable pretty double play unassisted, retiring ley's court Saturday, and will be reskinned up and she is suffering with se- Wo feel that these conditions in a great the side. It was out in straight order quired to give up possession of a farm victions in the police court for the Clerk Coeper Llccnsc.to Wed. vere pain in the body about hips. Her measure reflect upon our town. in the ninth. After the visitors had near Hall's Gap which they had rented month of March shows that an aggreLincoln county has recently built a failed to do anything in their half of from James Carter and MissSailio Car- gate of 14,224 85 in fines was imposed many friends hope that this will not Little Dan Cupid, the winged god of e and sentences totaling 2,- $50,000 court-hous- e and Stanford has in tho 10th Morrison Bright broke it up ter upon which to raise tobacco. prove serious, however. It love, continues busy In Lincoln county. the last few years erected a $15,000 when he laid his triple against tho cen- was shown to the jury that the Biggers GGSdays. A majority of these finee The horse ran the. full length of Main County Cleric Cooper last week tamed and tbre away from the buggy, graded school building and tho city has ter field fence and came home with the were unable to live up to a contract were impojed upon violators of the lo license for the marriagol of George street part of the harness breaking, which constructed and now has under con winning run on Embry 'a drive over sec which they had made with Mr. and'Miss cal option laws. That Danville hasoffl- Burke and Miss Florence Benge, both may eera'inferior to no place In the country have been the reason of no more struction six or seven miles of concrete ond. Carter. of the Crab Orchard section of the serious injury to the two young ladies, sidewalks These facts indicate public Attorneys K. S. Alcorn and J. B. could not be better testified to than by The visitors went out in straight orcounty. As the groom Is but 19 and as Mies Higgins was under the buggy spirit, enterprise, thrift and prosper- der in the first, but gave the fans a Paxton represented the plaintiffs, while a glance at the records. Advocate. the bride only 1C, permission of both and being dragged before the horso got ity. Wo refer you to tho records of your scare in the second, when Meunier got the Biggers were defended by Attortheir parents was obtained before the Vbgaletti fanned and neys Bagby and loose. The animal was finally atop pod office here and foel confident It's The World's Best. license was Issued. that these a pass to first. McCarty and was out. The jury which Huguely, of Danville. No one has ever made a salve, ointtried the case was comLicense was also granted to J. D. in front of Penny's drug storo. He it records will disclose that the volume of Jasper hit to a brute. Both girls tug- business transacted here has quadruo Embry hit Elkins, and on' the next ball posed of J. N. Menefee, Sr., J. W. ment or balm to compare with Buck-len- 's Smith, a prosperous farmer of Waynes ged Arnica Salve. Its the one perfect at the lines with might and main led in tho last 16 years, Tho soil of pitched, which went wild, and got by Ireland, M. A. Johnson, Will Brady and healer of Cuts. Corns. Burns. Itnil burg, and Mrs. Sara Elisabeth Sowder " n r to run, but could do Lincoln county Is fertile and productive Penny, Meunier tried to go in home. It. M. Arnold. Nearly the whole day oures. ocams. n si nous, uicors, Uzems, to wed, and they were made one by when he began and its farmers and stock raisers are Embry covered the bag well, however, was consumed in tho nothing with him. Salt Rheum,. For Sore Eyes. Cold Sores trial. Rev.. J. M. Cook on Thursday. This enterprising and industrious. Wt have and Chapped hands, or Sprains, it is sun borne with patience the inconveniences and Meunier was out. In the third was the second marriage or each. preme. Infallible for Piles. Only 25c Reaching The Top. resulting from the inadequacy of the flew to Embry, Hereford fanned Forced to Leave Home. Both couples are popular in their at Penny's Drug Store. present railway station, for wo desirFleming In any calling of life demands a vigorcommunities and havo trie best wishes Every year a largo number of poor ed to abide our time and await the re- and Porter flew to Coleman. was out, Embry to McCartv, and Meu- ous body and a keen brain. Without sufferers whose lungs aro sore and turn of those prosperous conditions of many friends. Bob Whitley Dead. position, sot four health there is no success. But Electric racked with coughs, aro urged to go to which would warrant the railroad com- nier batting out of his Bitters ia the greatest Health Builder pany In constructing a modern, conve- balls but was called out for batting out the world has ever known. It compels another climate. But this Is costly and nient and sanitary depot, ono in keep Hurt In Ball Came. Bob Whitley, one of the best knowa not always sure. There's a butter way ing with the other public or quasl.pub-li- c of turn. It took some time to make perfect action of stomach, andliver, kid. enriches how it was, neys and bowels, purities buildings of the town. The popula- the visitors understand just Harry Brown, the the blood, tones and invigorates the colored men of Stanford, died suddenly son of Let Dr. King's New Discovery cure you tion mora than doubled but tley acquiesced in good grace. Tbtlr R. S. Brown, a merchant of Lancaster, at home. "It cured me of lung trou- sinceof Stanford has tho presont depot sole run was made in tho sixth, when whole system and enables you to stand last week, after doing a hard day's tho wear add tear of your daily work. work on the court house. He was weU ble," writes W. R. Nelson, of Cala New the erection of was seriously hurt while playing base houses are under construction with two outs, Meunier hit to right "After months of suffering from kidney and around early in the evening, but ball with a number of playmates on tho mine, Ark , "when all else failed, and and it is becoming a more deiirable field, stole second and got by third and trouble." writes W. M. Sherman, Me., I galnod 47 pounds in weight, lu surewas found dead In bed at 1 o'clock la place of abode. "three bottles of Electric Bitters made graded school campus, he and a com- ly tbe King of all cough and lung morning. A coroner's jury rat en. We call especial attention to the fact home when Penny threw a trifle low to panion colliding, the Brown boy being cures." thousands owe their lives and that the valuable tract of land on which catch him. With two outs, Jasper dou me foel like a new man." 50c at Pen- the ny's Drug Store. the case and pronounced it heart disviolently to the ground and health to It. Its positively guaranteed the present depot is situated and the bled to center in tho ninth and was thrown safe ease. Whitley was one of the fev for Coughs, Colds. LaGrlnne. Asthma. lands adjacent thereto, which are own striking his, head on rock. He was Croup-- all A. C. Sine will formally organize a Catholic negroes In this part of throat and lung troubles. ed by tbe railroad company, were do- at third when Coleman dropped a throw. tbe taken to his home In an unconscious 50c and $1; trial bottle free at Penny's himself, however, lodge of Odd Ffllows at Waynesburg State and was liked by all who nated by the citizens of Stanford to Colev redeemed knew conoMtlen. Drug Store. when he got under Elkins hard popup Saturday, April 23, company. the railroad him. nity o; Fully 3.000 pronto were in Stanford Monday to tee the Annual Horse Show, when blooded eaulnts, which have made Lincoln county famous throughout the state and nation, marched In parade before the admiring Raze of the visitors. Monday was court day, and in addition to the thousand who came to see this display of horso flesh, hundreds crowded about the cattle pent, for Stanford has become the cattle market for this end If the city council carries out an or dcr directed against the East Tennessee Telephone Company at its regular meeting last Thursday night, in all probability Stanford will vcrv noon be without telcphono service. The city fathers, by a majority vote, ordered the 'phone company to reduce all 'phone rentals to a basis of $2 for business houses and $1 for residence. All of the old subscribers to the telephone service in the city are paying that rate now, but new subscribe who aro put on, are compelled to pay a rate of $2.75 for business houses and $1 65 for residences. This latter is the uniform rate which Is charged for all cities In the state the size of Stanford. Tho telephone company clalme that any lower rate forces it to operate Its exchange at a loss. Whether the telephone company will accede to the demand for a reduction cannot be learned until Its chief official havo taken up the matter. General on the next play. With two outs In the 10th, Porter was safe on a wide SPRING CLEANING throw by 8Inglcton to first and went on to second. He was caught off the bag FOR WHOLE CITY by some fast work between Pennv. Coleman and Morrison Bright. Imnrnwmnni C,ub Ask Council Florence umpired and gave Mranll To Designate Two Days For satisfaction. The score: STANFORD. oencral Cleaning Up. Players. AB R II PO A E renny, c 4n 31 A general Spring cleaning of the city McCartv. lb 4 n 0 12 0 . .e iirai worK to which tho Women's Coleman 3b 40022x Singleton ss 401 2 , mprovement Club, just organized, will M. Uriffht 2h j i r s. jl vu.u.i. nana, n has requested the Embry p., J 4 3 11 2 city council to set apart April 22 and r 2 waters 1 0 0 23 as Cleaning Up days, in tho followT. Bright rf 3V20 00 ing petition, which received Jiincr the hearty approval of the city officials: 2 729 ?0 6 The Improvement Club of Stanford, 1 J I J 00 20 oo 112 s. m g, I .1 y, Pea-vin- d el Mi-o-- work-hous- hard-mouth- ""-"- Cor-ma- VI l 1 A - i- -- - t& 4 m fAGE TWO TUB INTEBIOR'JOURNAlTANlOm), if KT. J Established EVBHT TUESDAY 1872. ffigk Tax Ii Kentucky. King Eagle, Jr. Almont Dare 3228. King Eagle arrit' LA A V H. R. N. 2M6: he bv Roval on King 2555: he by On Time 745;; he by 72; Royal King't Itt dim V11L. Mount! Z3W, wai by Ihe noiw lire vooeii. Lexington F. S. King Eagle't Itt dm Hip 3579 the by Eagle Diid 1014, he by Old King Eagle 7 vi it rim a nam nam iycn- mark he by Miller Denmatk45,4th dam bv Jim Moll Uren. Dell. King Lagleli I lit dam wa Dot. Bon. ihebyOld Dtennon.2nd dam Copper lorn and rum back to Davy Crocket!, thorough. bred. Note. King Eagle U Ere yean old, dark bay with one white hind foot! nice ma.e and tail. 1 le landi full 16 4 handi high, weight 1.425 II... and well proportioned in every way. A combined ilallion with plenty ol ipeed, lylcand action, jind hu colli ihow that he la a fine bleeder. I le had colli to come lait Spring that the owneri refined $150 lor belore weaning time. He will maVe the teaton ol 1910 at out barn, one mile wed of Wayneibutg on Fiihing Creek at $10 to iniure a bring colt. Mam trad ed, parted with or bred eliewhere without my content foilrili the miurartce and the money become due at the time ol luch transaction. Care will be taken to prevent accidenli but not teipon- nble should any occur. Will alio nana a m -2 Kentucky has a higher tax rato 5Cc on the $100 valuation than any of the Publisher 8HELTON 8AUFLEY States lying nearby. In Indiana it la 0 33 cents, in Tennessee 35 cents, mijm. Entered nt tho Tost Oinco at in Missouri 17 cents, In Virginia 35 cts. mall. Ky., as Second Class and In Ohio nothing. In tho amount of money expended annually by tho stato government, Kentucky ranks well toward tho top. Missouri manages to HON. HARVEY HELM county, la n candidate- for ! conduct her affairs with a little moro Somint ron.reM from the Klghtli than $5,000,000 annually, while KendV.trict.aubJect to the action of tlie party. tucky has already spent nearly $6,000,- 000 this year, with four months remain ing of the fiscal year. McCItEAUY THE MAN. Cs LnV.A t....f..t I... Lil If. ll.M.1. O Tho State of Ohio employs a system and made lal, would weigh around 1200pounJi. ., A SIGNIFICANT thlnfr about the de- entirely different from her neighboring A ihow hone among champtont, fully their mand which Is being made by the coun- States. She levies no taxes at all on peeii, going b dutinct tadclleiailt all tail, true nil A hlffll tatl.fl I all. hI..mJ. l.hk try press over tho state that former real and personal property, but collects O one. He ii lull brother lo lhal walk.trot geldB. McCrcary make tho the bulk of her revenuo from saloons Senator James ing Netlleton lhal told at a 4 year old lor race for tho democratic nomination for and public service corporations. Every and lo Troiy Date that hai won more than any mare ever tired by Dignity O governor next year is that it had Its or- saloon In Ohio pays a Stnte licenso fee GOOD MULE JACK. SAM KEENE. greatest force so of $1,000. The revenue from this source wed by S. T. Harm gttat Billy Keene and out Eremnimi a lut ol otheri loo numeroui to menigin and has attained tion. Thii hoite, owing to age and location. (MM. Aatn Keene it 14 far in the western counties of tho com- has been materially cut down recently r.1 nrltofY1 black with while milei liable, 2 pointi. Hehai will make the teaion al our place where tho larg- by the operation of the county option handi high; monwealththe from 1 (uilonville on I luilonville and Liberty pike, be a good bleeder. Will itand come from law, which has reduced largely the num- proved himiell lo living coll. A hen retained on al $15 to iniure a live colt. Matei haded or est democratic majorities at $6 to iniure a bred eltewhere rcnderi teaioi due. Ufati when a ticket Is to bo elected. Stu- ber of saloojs. all coin until the teaion money ii paid. abundance al $2 per month. Our perional atpolitics in Kentucky say that dents of tention to all stock, but will not be responsible C. G. CALDWELL OX SON lor accidenli. Coircipondence and beit ol all in his provious races, McCrcary has alOldest Man In Casey intpection invited. ways proven stronger in tho central R. F. D. 4. WAYNESBURC. KY. E. S. POWELL & SON., and eastern counties, and has had to Waynesburg Farmer! Ex. Huitonvitle, Ky. make his hardest fights in the western Dies at His Home in Dunnvillc-l- Z Phone in reiidencej section. There can be no doubt but Other Liberty News. that McCreary would poll all of his old- IruurtsJTobacco and Tobacco time strength up in this end of thestato man in Casey Rich, the Barns. and with the western end lining up as Jesse according oddest Liberty News, to tho county, seems forecasted by the unanimity of Nothing But In Dunnville, opinion of its country press on the sub- died last week at his homo of Madison would aged 90 years, 9 months and 15 days. ject, the D. bebring out a united party and poll a pow- Ho moved to Casey from Tennessee The lruurar.ee Man, fore the civil war, and lived on Tennes er of democracy not known In recent i STANFORD, KY. war. He en years, and which no other man in tbe see Ridgo until the civil IWtldenco Thone M: Ofllce, being seriously considered tered the Union army and fought for party who is Insure with me and bo fully country until Lee surrendered. Affor the governorship, could possibly do. his protected. ter the war ho became a resident of tho is no use of the democrats makThcro OndcrtaKcrs and Embalrr a west end of tho county, where ho rearing a nomination for governor, if family, all girls except W. era. Also Dealers in candidate is to be named who is not ac- ed a large ceptable to all elements of the party; II. Rich, now living at Harrisonville, They were five gen one upon whom all factions can unite, Mo. At his death there will exchange Furniture for living, going down to his and one who has tho confidence and res- erations A ill Kinds of Stock. Give His funeral was pect of the independent voters of tho preached nt Salem last Friday by fciuer Them a Call. Prices Right. state. Any man who is suspected of wearing the collar of any machine, be J. Q. Montgomery. young farmer and a it Louisville, Frankfort or Lexington, Theo. Austin, a KENTUCKY STANFORD. good man, of Dunnville. and Miss Ellen or what not, will not poll the full dem accomplished daughter of ocratic vote, let alone attract the inde- Tomes, the pendent voter and thinker, who must John Tomes, of Coffey, drove to Liberby Judge be secured to make a successful cam- ty Thursday and were married The people will not stand for a Wells. paign. man who U a candidate on behalf of Q. C. Godbey spent Sunday with nis Embalmor and Godbey, at these or any other "interests," and tho parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. birthDealer in Harnoss.Saddlory, sooner the "practical" politicians get Moreland. This was Clay's 47th spent this firmly established in their cranl-um- s day birthday and he pleasantly STANFORD, - KY- the better it will be for them and it with his father and mother. Home Phone 8J. Offlai PbonelilT. J W. Moore. Winston Bowman. state. All kindu of INSURANCE ou all Mellissa Sallie J. Humphrey, govMcCreary can make the race for Wm. Lipe and kinds of property. Only tho laf g- ernor with the solid and reunited dem- Belden, S. C. Miracle, him, with no apologies to Simon Wesley are quite ill. ocracy behied est companies represented. S. G. Elliott, of Middleburg, was make or excuses to offer. He would IJates a low as can le Now Livorv wear the ring of no set of designing here on Saturday and reported Dr. had anywhere. Dopot politicians with interests of their own James Wesley as recovering from a limb, sustained some months 96, Ky.. to furtively further. It will require a broken candidate with these qualifications to aeo. Mrs. Melissa Adams is also much STANFORD. KENTUCKY. win over O'Rear. There is no use put- better. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Miss Frances Portman and little ting in a selling plater when the race A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, is coiner to be for stake horses. The brother. Pole, visited relatives at Stan I can turnlth the public with the bett. at Mawell at the frrtliett ot cut flowert, plant, uf people in the country districts, where ford lost week. Pretty Little Miss all ktndt, bulbt, potted flower., on abort is visiting laraagradualeof Jonea'Natlonatbcbool notleo. Alto muke a tpeclalty of wreath, voters are democrats from conviction bel Wilkinson, of Stanford, of Auctioneer, Chicago, and .? bad Unlou for for funernl purpotea. t barn all and love of party, and not for greed or her grandmother, Mrs. John W. Moore, In the big cattle aalea at In eonnectlou with the wt, aold aome gain, are demacding thnt the party's H. R. Camnitz, who is making good in otock Yardt. Chicago, whereUtO. Alto In ktndt otvegetnblet on band at reatonnble family thoroachbrrda at high nt ere made each Pr,e"'l'IIHIBTMAN (IHKKS IIOUHKH. borae aalea wnere o aalea candidate be of the highest and best this office, spent Sunday with his Kb HCHKAHII. l'KOK. day. Auctioneering It u telence and I hae News. me Hee Htanford, Ky. calibre. The sage of Madison has been Hustonville.-Libe- rty ttudled It with thla Idea. your or phone can tale. I before you arrange 'or tried and not found wanting. He can makotaieatojourudtantnge. PHONIC bring back the halcyon das of democTwo Deaths Near Moreland. Nomracy to the old commenwealth. Fruit and Ornamental Trees I inate him and see a return to the good N. J. Cone, the Moreland farmer, old days with democrats in tho capitol, was in the city today. Ho reports tbe Kverytblnp for Orchard. iJiwn and (lardcn. rWearelnpoaltlontodnallklndt of con and peace and good will throughout the death of Mrs. Evans, aged 80 years, One Million Htrawbcrry planta. cretlng, tueb at lllock Work, 'aremenli thing from Kro Cataloguea. and. In fact, we ran make anyWe can state from the mountains to the Pur- and Mr. Burrell. aged 90, two of the No Agentt. terre boutedowu toa fence pott. yon promptly and guarantee nr.t-clachase. oldest inhabitants of Lincoln county. Htllenmcyer & Sons, worK anil inaivrini. wui, nn ar. H..F. Since the above was written, Senator Mr. Cone states that there will be an before you buy jour material ut leutt. McCreary has wired from New York abnormal crop of tobacco grown in that LKXIItaTOM, Kkmtockt. practical assurance that he will heed locality this season. Advocate. the great call and become a candidate. At fl AND FRIDAY Tcr Year In Advance. Neighboring States Fare Much Bctr tcr And Expenses Arc Less. A. S. (I. R. Sired by DM Dare I9S2. he by Chetler Date 10. he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97, lit dam Toiaway 4768, alio regineml in Vol. 10, A. T. II. R. She by Abdallah Mambrino 3715, he by Atmont (3 J); 2nd dam Lady Davit by Crit Davit, by Bourbon Chiel; 3rd dam Millie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreiimer, by Imported Glenco; 4lh dam Bet lie C , by Cunningham't Conperbottom; 5th dam & by Imported Bunard. rNU 1 ximoni uate, to lai ai we are aoie to diieovef ii ihe fitil horie on record having lo hu credit Ihe honor ol defeating ' with hu .own O . . VI progeny Ihoie ol hu me, M Uigmty Uare. Since V,f he hnt became a lire he hat had Iront I to 4 premium colli ihown each yrat al the different & county lain and ihry are developing into a fine lot ol walk, trot and 5 gaitrd onet, Thii hoiie Q it the iriult ol a lifelong mating with ihe beit dami and met obtainable, and ai a natural tetult ft c o l4t.UMUS MEN'S Furnishings. APRIL 1MM o o O ,o 0. 0--0 demo-cratl- o m I ..,, $,-60- 0, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lest you forget until you need tlieni we will remind you now of those things you nre compoHcd to have in the next few weeks. Negligee shirts, they nre prettier this season than usunl liecnusc of their modest, ncnt colorings nt $1 nnd $1.50. Thnt hen vy underwear will soon hnve to give place to lighter cooler shirts nnd drawers nt 50c nnd$l each, or a union suit at $1 nnd $2. Gnuze hosiery in 25, 50, $1 and $1.50 per pair, held in place by n 10, 25 or 50c mmmmmmmmmm 0 0 0 0 o o o o o Insurance war-hors- e Jesse Wearen, (. J. C. McClary, w - Jndortakor. o o o tmzmm. o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 Fish & Pennington, 0 0 0 Insurance and Real j.L.Beazley&Co., pair of garters, light weight nnd light colored 25 nnd 50e tics held with n 50c, $1 to 3.50 stick pin. We can fur nish you what yon need. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. O 0 0 0 0 0O00000OO0 0 O O S.O000 00 O000O0 Estate. MaEEBBEHBaBBSBBBBSBl O. L. renny It. H. Coney K. it. Coleman Mes-dam- es B. D. CARTER. Street, Phone a is Br. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa i Will mnke hens lay, euro them and keep them iu good thrifty condition. The iucreaMs in the number of epgs laid, will more than pay for the email expellee of feeding. It is Fold at Penny's Drug of dicaM! fcitore. Stanford. Phono 200. liurgin. Kentuchy. al. i8-- It CONCRETING tt PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. .v. Public Sale! Having sold my farm I will oa FKIDAY, APKIL 15TH, At my place 7 miles from Stanford In the Mayvvood neighborhood, sell to tbe highest bidder, all of my personal property consisting of one splendid work horse", one good work mare, some extra nice hogs, two choice heifers, one thoroughbred Hereford and calf. All farming implements consisthorse wagon, ing of one good mowing machine, riding cultivator, double shovels, one horse cultivator, 2 steel beam Oliver Chilled plows, 2 s, barrows, evtra good set of wgon pi iw gear, etc. 1 buggy and harness, lot of corn, lot of meat and lard, one barrel of apple vinegar, household and kitchen furniture, of two nice auits of furniture, spring mattress?, chairs, tables and carpets, one good sewing machine, ono good range and one coal oil stove both nearly new, one good washing machine with wringer, lot of dishes and other things too numerous to mention. Terms roado known on day of sale. Sale begins promptly at B:30. JOHN T. LIVINGSTON. J. P. Chandler, Auct. har-uescon-alstl- BEAU NABOTII. moo. I Harry Jacobs, Denier Iu nnd Manufacturer of; PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. BSBBBBBBBBSSER III H ' r tj , Granite-MonumentsItecordJ.lV'.Uenu Hired by NnbothlO-l- M, uy a Ural unm oni iiuuKuiiiiin 126. NnxRlfJUl record S.HVl br Klectloneer econii clam Irfln Jr aired by Metropolitan 1371 Ir limnllionion iu, luiru uniii jow Markert and 1'otta, Cemetery and Lawn pblue, aired by Moubrlne HtarllKlit 8911 by Vaaeaand Hetteet. Oltlco and work!, Ky, (ourtUduiii Mary Withers by Uarllxivtll. rillvrr Ihorouuhbred. (Iftb Itain aired by Wanner, alxtb dam tlrud by Imp Tronby, ievrnth dum tired by Tbnrnton'a ltattler. TD THE FARMERS. lnrgunorte tmnaing io Ueuu unboin it Iiauolu Marble and FARM FOR SALE! My farm of 67 acrea of good bind, well Improved, well watered and fenced, la for aale from It It located aeren mlletHomo Htanford In hattUrooina. the Maywood aectlon. New barn and other uecetiary outbulldlngt. A bargain If told at o.y ft y&k2Mfa r- 43 aft nl II IJ -- I f I "BJ"arwa'i3r Ih w&iiJbA r g O r1 ?- Q "2. n n B. f jh HU ''' a 5T z 3 o a w It. K, 1). No. uv(NOHTON I, Htanford, ky unnatunu weiguing condition i.icj puuiiut. Wtien bu becomea Bcnuntnted with tbo atory of lilt limited education you beutn to narneta realize Hint uo la truly a reniaritaoie liorm) atnlllon.tbat be mutt be a great ue la proved by tne wonderiui progreu mat nut made. With very llttlu handling h baa nroven to be tun champion haroeaa italllon of Kentucky, lie list won over the beit Kentucky naaproauceu.Keauot bortettunlyou will tee that there are no btm and bred ttallluu In Kentucky than belt btier tlrt-clflcombined boratt, Kite He seta blui a taddie mare ne win gel you a tauute colt, give him a trotter mare, he will get youa trotting colt, remember lleau Nabotb la conibluod. with more record fumllleathan inott uny borne In Kentucky. George Wllka Klectloneer. llamlltonlon and (our croatea o( thoroughbred to give blin atamlna. Come and aee thla borae he Uvea without a fault, be la perfect from end to end, bit three cropa of colta cannot be exoelleu by any borae. Will atand at the Nunnelley Htock Yardt. JohnOook, caretaker, 'phono IW, tue liett uerauiuu irnre latru, Fee ti& to fnture u.llvlug colt. J. M .PKTTUB, Htanford, Ky, 'Phune 8 ltlnga. it i rr.y B-- .i W m i... ! rzw .u 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Kertllliera Juinboand MoKluney aectlonaundatk my me. I alto atk the In the old patrona to remember patronage of many new cuttomeM. Spring & Summer Stock. For bouae. carriage and tlgn painting decorative paper bauglng alaolniggy trimming top recojered curUInt ktuda tuoh London, Ky. of allbootamade. at HtopoerAldrldge'a black and Main Ht., Hlanford Ky., amlth (bop Weit J. J. BELDEN, m vmpgBnBmrww) rin num wuwiiinjwf V VTlBtii I 67 l'houeNo.. J J. 1IKL.DKN. lMfiAnfiCy M which plainly Indicate they were made to your aieaaure. 1 will alto take yoor meat-or- e I dettre to tell privately my itock of Ore for extra troutert. fanoy vettt. top coata' aad overeeata. Hprlng and Huinme. eerleaand I Hardware. Voing a good bui. Jteato- nyour lna pectlon neat. Will Invoice about tamplot on band ready . for 111 bealtb. H. O. Tbe Tailor. OKO, D. HOPPKR, HtanfordKy. Htanford, Ky UUr-LKY- Hare'yoar meaaure taken by a tailor of experience. Then your olothea, whether a low price bealueta tult or the Hnett erenlng clothe., will have that Individuality and nt Stock of. Merchandise fpr Sale. o a S , It B. JIAnONEY, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Scc'y, W. S. FI6II, Treas. - RURAL TELEPHONES. MIL FAHMhR: Mako your home ns modern for your family as a city residence, and plnco yourtcll in a position to get tho latest market quotation at anytime This can be accomplMlietl by means of our telephono service, which you and your neighbors can get for u sum that is small compared with the beucfiU received. Call or address our nearest office or writo direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our Special "Fur wers Liue rate. II you aro not at pre&ciit emoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Teaneneee, MweWippi, Louisiana and the Southern txirtiou of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. SKb&U. (WOOHfOkATKU) The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farina, houses uud lots for rent, sale or exchange. Person d wiring (juiok talcs or p u rebates in realty of all kinds. Call on or writo us at STANFORD, KY. When You Have 9 To Sell Call H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky, 'Phono 153. , Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. v TUUUMAN K. TUDOK, Manager, 1! , ut - i tljtiljV jj uttA. aKxa T' THE INFERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KT. . fl.. r PAGETEE r A APBIIi -- 12th, 1911 . ' At $2.50. At $3. - . IT TAKES A SALESMAN. NEW POLISH. There is nothing Just as good ns Whittcmorc polish. Jf ye want to take the best care os your shoes see that the vamn Whittcmore is on the bottle or box you get. We haw polish for nil leathers. Quick White i.iOc GiltEdge .10c to 15c .'. Baby Elite 10c 10c Star (for tnn shoes) Midget (for oxblood) JOc Vclvctnil (for kid) 10c Sucdedcnc 'for suedes) 25c Shuclenn (for cleaning white shoes and gloves) ... 10c Yankee Polish (requires no paste) 10c Albo ( makes old canvass shoes look new) . . . ;, Wo show a two eyelet in patent, plain kids, also four ct pot tip turn sold oxfords. .s 5 'Wn show vmi Mnrk Hiiwln strnn. kid oxfords nnlcnt tin tramp last, comfort sole, some on opera last. AiMi--n sue Jo nud patent turn sole. ' To sell you something you don't want. A snlesninn can come to your homo'nnd sell you nn article you never" thought of buying. Wc nre not good enough sales-ma- r. to do that, but our aim always Is to place such merchandise before you as will sell itself, merchandise that shows upon its very face the value in it and requires no accompaniment of chin music to sell it. Tlds is especially true of our line of ladies' new oxfords and strap slippers in gun metal, suede and patent, Just plnced on sale. Come and look. ....'... v,Two strap $1.50 to $2. Zok ID- - , t For cliildrens. patent and gun inctnl slipiwrs. SEVERANCE & SON, Nr.EDl.Kfl, II Stanford, Kentucky. j Store. Dobbins nnd Shuttles fo sewing machines at Penny's Drug Gko. Et.ua is on n visit homo. PERSONALS. Lancaster Hccord, was here yesterday. Tub young men of Stanford will give Beautiful Ceremonies Held at a swell hop on Friday evening. April ISth. H. BOUHNB and Editor Green Clay Walker, of the Arbor Day Celebrated, Stan-fordlPubl- fc Barn Lumber For Sale! 120,000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting nnd Frnine Lumber for Darn Pat- L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble O. Martin t Waltrii Priikins, of Marksbury, has returned homo after a visit hvre. W. O. wis down from .Hus tonville, Saturday. Homer Wiuy went up to Livingston on business Saturday. Mrs. J. W, Acton, of Kings Mountain, was In tho city Friday. Mrs. J. C. EUBANK8, of Stanford, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Dell Perkins, at Marksbury. Miss Dollie McHonenTH has returned from a short visit to tho family of W. P. Glvcns, near Shelby City. JUiss Goodik ItEim, of the Bast End, spent several days with Miss Kitt Leo Sr-EE- School. Huffman. Mrs. W. J. Dozier orders her paper changed from Mt. Olivet to Philadelphia, Miss. J, W. IIA8TIN, who is now at Nelson, In the rich coal fields of western Kentucky, passed up to his old stamping grounds at Pittsburg yesterday. Mrs. P. II. Williams and children , aro the guests of her uncle, A II. at Lancaster. W. C. Ftsu covered lots of territory on business Saturday. Ho went from hero to Moreland early in the morning and got back In time to catch the train to Paint Lick Miss Pattie Helm, the diughter of Capt. Thomas O Helm, nnd Mr. Edward F. Vons, were quietly married at the home of the bride's father Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock by the Hev. Everetto Gill - Danville Advocate Has-tin- I Why Not Mr. and Mas. J. Arbcr Day was mot appropriately daughters, of Garrard, and Mr. and Mrs, Neighbors, of Louisville, were guests observed at the Stantord school Friday Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. afternoon, whin exercises wcro held by every grade, and a tree planted by Miss Alick)Ueazlf.y has returned In the each. The Fifth Grado Literary Sociefrom a several weeks' stay ty held a most interesting session, which South. was attended by o largo number, of Misses Kate Eads, Lottie Carson friends and patrons. The program was and Llssa Holtzclaw are the guests of probably the most elaborate yet held Miss Jennio Pepples. by tho literary societies, and was greatMiss J alia Reynolds, of Marcts- - ly enjoyed by all. burg, is tho guest of Mrs. E J. Drown. At tho Fourth Grado tree planting, She is on her way homo from Lebanon tho song, "The Grand Old Tree," was Junction, where sho has been visiting. sung, and thcro was reading in concert. Mrs. L. M. Westerfield and child- Tho Sixth Grado sang "Naturo'a Greetren arc tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. ings to Birds," and Bessie Moore recit 1). Elmore. ed "A Singing Lesion." Tho tree Mr. and Mrs. C II. Mircale, of the planted by was named for Green river section, are receiving con- Mrs. J. W. Ireland. The Seventh Grade gratulations upon the arrival of a hand- sang "Planting a Tree," and Sadie some young son. Mills Craig rtcitid "A Monument of Mr. and Mrs. John Lynn and chil- Living Green." At tho Eighth Grade dren, who have been visiting tho fami- celebration Marian Grimes recited "The ly of Chief W Logan Wood, have reLigden," Spalding Hill and Wm. Grimes to their home at Hustonville. recited "Plantjng a Tree nnd What do turned Mrs. John S. Wells and children have we do When wo Plant a Tree?" and the returned from Lexington, whoro they tree was named for Congressman Harbeen visiting the family of Mr. J. vey Helm. Mary have Morrison Matheny S. Owsley. Advocate. read an essay at the Sophomoro celebration and John B. Hilton trave a rec Former Garrard Man Dies. itation. Then tho Uleh School sane Cnpt. Thomas Austin, of Iancaster, "Kentucky Schools" after Harrv Heir.- received information of tho death of hart had read thu srovernor'a ArLnr his brother, Jomes Austin, at Whito Day proclamation and Thomas Coleman Hall, HI. Mr Austin moved to Illinois had recited "The Forest Song." from Garrard county a tew years ago. The campus in front of tho Hchool building presented an inspiring and interesting sight, as tho children were gathered at their various cxercikcs,and many mothers and fathers were present to see the good work. thls-grad- o terns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write me at once. Respectfully, C. J. SiPfLE. London, Ky. LOCALS. Bur your straw hat at the Country Store. S. C. B. Leghorn eggs for sale. Best laying strain. Writo or phone Mrs. U. L. Berry, Hustonville. Ky. 7 10 Wc just received otr spring line of ladies and Misses slippers and invite your inspection. You not find a better line will have .. . I pat- Lost. Saturday between S. H. Jackson's nnd Stanford, n tailored jacket, green, white satin lining; gloves and a handkerchief in pocket. Return to this oflice. Store. Reward. any where. The very latest that the market can furnish in ents, vicis, kid etc Prices from $1 to $3.50. Summer underwear at tho Country Rev. 11. F. Clay, Idaho, representing tho American Christian Missionary Society, was here Thursday and preached rt the Christian church that night. His coming had not been generally known and the audience was not a large one. Fishing tackle and base ball goods tho Country Store. Wanted Money. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, at Will buy any old coins you may have. Address H. Harris, Frankfort, Ky. m L STANFORD, KENTUCKY. CBHfP Charcoal at $1 per barrel. Warner, Stanford, Ky. W. K. it. l Pure Plymouth Rock cccs. $1 for setting of 15. Mrs. A. R. Nunnelley, Turnersville. Workmen can find the best overall, shirts, etc., at the Country Store. Try an Bros. r Not Dead Sure. But reasonably so that we can please and fit you from our line of " Still Selling Booze, But Judge Mcncfec Hot on Trail Of Guilty Ones. y I" Hickory wagon. Pence . ' The k IV IV A nic basket of groceries will be given tho holder of the lucky number with each ticket sold at the Theatorium this week Friday night. II Solon Craig, colored, caucht a fino of $75 for selling liquor to Jim Tall, alsoof color, In the police court last week, and 17 POUNDS sugar, $1, at of standard granulated the Country Store. m m - Best? A Good Shape Shoe Adds More to your Dress than Anything else. The best Shoe made is the i Id. Fkksii-caugh- t Ohio river big fish at Judge Mcnefeo sajs that he is going to stick tho limit on all that he can con the Country Store today. vict. He had the books of tho express For Sale. Few nice BufT Orpingcompany brought into court to Drove ton cockerels. Also eggs for hatching. that tho liquor had been in the possess Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw. Stanford, R. F. ion 01 the defendant in a recent case. D. No. 1. Jim Tall was given 30 dava in nil for Seed sweet potatoes, la wn mowers beating Koto Miller, his sweetheart. Muttio Belle Bout, who sold some booze ice cream freezers at Geoige H. Far to "Dummy" Owsley, got SM days. ris Both aro colored characters. The case Buggies of quality, such as Columof Ed Salter, who was charged with bus, Mager and Brockway, at Pence nuiing "Uummy" Owaley with a Bros. a. m pair of brass knucks, was transferred I HAVE a nice pen of thoroughbred to the court of County Judge Bailey, and Salter was dismissed with a fino of Black Minorca chickens for sale. Also one cent and costs. He proved that settings of eggs. Mrs. W II Wearen "Dummy" was coming after him with How's This? a butcher knifo. Salter is a d We oflrr Out llundrMl Dolun IKwtnl lor ut negro. out o! nunn urn cuooi w curtu oy uiui OttArrtt Curt. F. 1. CHENEY In tho county court- - Tom Evans, tho CC ToIkJo. a have Idowd K. J, the undtrtigMd. brakeman, who is charged with shoot- forWft tut IS ynn. ud Delicts bun perfecllr honthe In all biKtom trauMtlou nuneUUr ing "Buckskin" Dalton. was to have orable ctrry out uiy cbifcatloci madeuu bu Arm. by able to WlUIKO. KlNMtH Uwih. Tokdo, O. been tried Saturday, but owlm? to thn Wbolraale Unittnu. utlnc IUUI&Urrh absence of the witnesses in the case, dlrrflly upon tbe Cure to uten tmrriMlly. ol tbo blood and mucoua iurtw tree, ltlce I J ctsu per was postponed until next Thursday. rim. iHtlmonUla bottle. Bold brail Dimwi. ... Those who appreciate quality and style will be pleased with our line we buy from specialist who have made a life study of shoe making, oou cannot duplicate the values we oiler elsewhere. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. V. one-arme- WE Have the Superior corn planter with both edge 2-h- J i Holds its Shape Wears Longer than any other and looks neater. Shoes and Oxfords in Patent, Tan, Gun-Met- al Tate 1UIU Family run lor eoutlpatloo. Rowland. Farmers aro very busy in this getting ready to nlant corn, nnd nil say that this is the most forward spring in several years. L We have three very successful fisher-- . .111 men i. uui iuwii, n.1 iney are seen wending their way to Dix river every after -.- "Uncle Reuben" In Town. "Uncle Reuben" Williams, of was in Stanford on Saturday shaking hands with bis many friends. "Uncle Reuben" is one of the few veterans of the Mexican war residing in Lincoln county, and though far past tho allotted span of years, ho is still hale and hearty and as spry as.a man a score of years his junior. Kills A Murderer. A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims. But Dr. King's New Life Pills kill it by prevention. They gently stimulato stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing constipation, headache, billiousness, chills. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. and flat dropping plates, also the Superior 1 -- horse, planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested satisfaction. give and and all kinds at VJM $5 and $5.50. & Cummins Wearen, t'L. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J li noon. Mesdames Mary Martin and Mary Camden are on the sick list Mr .1. T. O'Hare is able to sit up after a se vere attacK or pneumonia. Sim Raines, of Corbin, was tho guest of Mrs. Alex Martin. Miss Mamio Sutherland has returned to her homo In CorMn. m G. W. Goodrich has returned homo af ter a visit to Mrs. Alfred Coul'w at Danville. Mrs. Hill, of Dai visit-e- d her sister, Mrs. M. O. U t. Miss bollio Simtleton. of IVavnnhnpi. .nn pedovcron her way to tho Normal school Richmond. Mrs. Brown has returned to her home at Hrmihnn.i ter a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Hob- - W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. i Evans Defeated. CLEMENS HOTEL trulir n)Mt L N. TIME THBLE No.JJ.Houth.lliWr'. No.SSHouth.lOIll a M, it .. art AIDrigDC His many Lincoln county friends will ! J. L. Gucin, Pror,, regret to learn that W. F. Evans, who was running on tho democratic ticket DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. for mayor of Kansas City, was defeat- ljirm. slrr outtlda rooms. IHiuiraorcUl by w VrMcUliy. ed bv Darlous Brown, his republican proprlilor U lornwr Un-- . opponent in the election last week at SoleounW "" mmiaud bUirleil fhouU M- tin n stopping la hit twit. City. No.JS.Nertn.OHS v. x. No.4,Nortb,4!OA. K. K. Srtll rt Ko.n.iiwr;.'; Kansas JOt. 8. Hit, Afc'ont. V TAGEFOUR THE INTEBIOB JOtJlWAty STAMtoBD, KT. ii FARMER'S DKPARTMKWT. SMsWf urn kVBTU ink. 11 Special Sale Dress Silks This Week. silks at exceedingly Aivi continuing all week we will offer our entire stock of new dress of the values to be offered: We mention just n few items to give you on idea Ml, WMekI Dirm Penes. 9 nwlwi fcr Beginning Tuesday. Morning Apr: 12th. nttrnctive 39c Full assortment of colors of Printed Japutai silk 27 inches wide never sold under 50a or.n vnrtU nf nnro silk Tnffetn In small strines. nnd checks, lowest former price 50c. high price silks. 27 wcli seminolc silk suitings in all colors, This is an excellent imitation of land oa placo. JohaG. Lynn, Ky. 4t ONE (rood, well broko d horsa mule for sale. B. If. IlatUrd. 3t Mrs. Rirhard T. Lowdnec, of thi city, has had the live of Edna May and I'rlnccss Sonia. her two great hors es, insured for $3,000 each. -- Advocate J. K. Uaughman, Hustonvllle, wil stand a lino German coach stallion and a good jack. See ad next issue. prices. Two ewe came to my place. Owner can get them by paying for ad and their keep. M. D. Canon, Moreland. 13-It. L. Hubble bought from Green Gooch, of Waynesburg, V) small mixed flr. B. FOR J. K. jf. K. Bruce. Flvk icood lecMd D. Carter, I.jnn Rb.nt.7I Ami (era IiwhJ barglt far Sttaford. Htw-tonvll- It. I three-yesrol- 3 cattle for silks from $200. d' (Q- gQ - Foulard A very handsome assortment of new colors and patterns of pure silk 24 inch printed never sdld less than 75c. Handsome printed Foulard silks full 40 inches wide. ugual pricc $1 33 Gonuine "Mirage" silks in yot ')Qq various colors- - Excellent quality of the popular changeable Taffetas full 27 inches wide. 30 choice males, all ag to Several matched teams. Phono 46, Jas. II. Oaughman, Stanford, Ky. For Salk. Pure Boono county white seed corn. $1.25 per bushel. See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks. Also 1G bushels of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Jr., and John C. Peoples, Stanford. colta For Sale. 1 V Land Kollkrs, doublo-dis- c harrows and drag harrows, Hoosier corn planters and all kinds of harvester machin- These Prices Are Good Only ForThis Weel. O ijlMT I 4-- ery at Pence Bros.' BUY harness of a regular dealer, where you can get quality. J. C. 100 BALES Everything pertaining to the farm continue to sell well tn Lincoln, ac .toed. cording to Col. J. P. Chandler, who conducted the Lear sale on Hanging 0ur stock now at its best' a"d that ls llle l)CSt 1U Ccntral Ken Fork and the Singleton sale near Crab 1 i.v. mt m XLl.lsVaJ tllri.v Silk lirnssps. tnilnrpil suits in wool nnd linen, linen dres&ns Orchard last week. He says that at the Lear sale horses brought from $75 tiuit vhite dresses suitable for street wear, and commencements at $2.50 to $40. Skirts from $5 up. Silk to $140; Jersey cows about $70; corn. weietii by the hundred. $3.25 a barrel; farming implements high; Black Minorca hns 0 cU. At the Singleton sale the storehouse sold for $1,000; Crab Orchard bank stock $116 per share; the mill $300; a span of corn $2.75 a barrel; year muies, ling cattle $18 and milk cows $10. tk I will stand J, D. Eads, fine black y3 stallion, "Black Joe," at my barn in Crab Orchard. Seo pedigree in next Wc iiavc these up to $10 each but we call special attention to our lines Trtc4-- We have just received more than 30 new styles o white VV UlOtOgU wajsts we believe these to be the very best values we c linen and lingerie for sale. ville, Ky. of timothy and some clover Mrs. F. B. Barnett. Huston have ever offered. $151.25, $2 and $2.50. all usually at When you buy a suit of clothes, get New York styles, all wool at SAM ROBINSON'S, Stanford, Ky, 1 C itc nnrl Flvoccoc jkjj vf iHES & MWIitil 0XF ORDS A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Kentucky. iu; Shoes and Oxfords, Mens' and Uoys' Uotnfng. A..b1!l.( an.l Sill !. ritrt.( VlAI ti Red Light. old, 10 Red sorrel horse, years hands high, extra weight and bone. Sired by famous roadster and sire, Red Leaf, who ls too well known to all horsemen to need description and nedlpree. he by C. F. CiJ 2:ItJ, 1st dam by Red Wilkes, Red Lltiht'i. 1st oam was Day Maid by Ceclliin 2:30 son of the great Gambetta Wlllces: 2nd dam Nell by old Halsora, 3rd dam Noonday by St. Elmo; 4th dam Midnight by Pilot, Jr., Glh dam Twilight bv Lexington; 6th dam Darkness by Wagner. In ofjerlng the services of this promising young stallion we feel safe In saylmg that with his size, stylo, form, speed and action that ho Is bound to prove a great stock horse. Will stand at my livery barn In Stanford at $15 to insure a living colt, money duo when colt ls foaled or mare parted with. Ro sure to see him before breeding your good mares. G. O. BEAZLKY, Stanford, Ky 4 issue. A J. C. Bailey. few finely-bre- d yearling Jersey bulls for sale. F. Rtid. 3 2t A splendid lot of cattle were on the market here Monday, and a big crowd of buyer were present. J. M. Roberts, of Pulaski, brought ever a bunch ai d sold them well. He sold to Lutes &. Co. 2S at $22.50, to Bru-ne- r, of Nicholasville, he sold a bunch of cows at $25 to 130; and three steers to Tom Dudderrar at Ge. Good prices ruled all around and there was brisk demand. More sales reported Friday, L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Ifyou have auvtliing to in the I pell ' iflfi6aHKftfcih 4aasaaMsgBVatV STOCK -T- to LINE Markets. ake Cincinnati, April 11. Cattle ReHe l'i)f aid stH every day in the ceipts 346; market steady; fair to good ywir except Sunday. Bring on shippers 6.75 to 8; Common 2 75 to Cc your rtock. Hwt market 111 Hogs Receipts 3,069; market 10 cents the Blate with plenty of higher; butcher and shippers 10.75. to 10 80; common 7 to 9 80. Sheep-- Re o;iUido of LmUvilto or Lexingtin. ceipts 167; market strong, 3 75 to C.85. ced aud water best covered pens, Lambs market steady, C to 9 65. STANFORD, KY. Wcalso do a general hitch and feed busin&u. - Ntmnelley's New Stock Yards sspHjBlsBtui.j. DON VARRICK TUI 111 W. L. MCAKTY.I're. E. C. WALTON, V-1- L. It. HUOHE8J3. AT T&TE WARFIELD, at&jt. Tr.:::i. rrj.Tty of K. M.rwensL Hon. MeKlnney Ky. Diirk bay (tnllion, 1G hands, foulrd VIlliiKt) fnrni, Kait Aui. - , I8"l. bred itt by Dare Devil SOD. N. V. Mired Anrwwlnnlnen.be won tev-chnuii ikwk"Mio' ylc.n'Hpa. National HoraoHhow, tint dam jJae'ilvOlribyKcx Amerlcua 233UU, four yjmtt old, record i.U'4. aire of American net I. Uiree yeare. record .1J and 20 others record 12&A. in j) tut. a ton of OowHrd I 111 170 others In Mr uf Onward Hllver 1.05!, and Onwurd was sired by Ueo. Wllks He Diim Duciiim sired by Mnmbrlvo Kind ns.ilte oKJ including Utdy of the . third dam Dotlet by Nutwood . Tnvd.liiai)lruof IH.I In V'K Iltt. fourth dwiiToDaa bvHtruthmnre tire of SO In lint, fifth dam Wlllard by Albion, iMm NN ny Kilwin roreat. iventn Bady Turner by Mainbrlvo Cbli'f 11. Tb not irarflrld U an extra hub clax liorsv, well rrxMalanytlilnu.ablEbHCtorand ai tmkeB aauy horte In and out of tbeitablc o tnll.tbltU a sure trotter, he tppd a mile Tb Wartleld It a tnVUdabaudltn). truly made hore. of Krand Individuality and bred In Une that entitle him to become a lire of note seeing that be Ua son of the ba n goot cout and carries nice bead and it. PERCHKRON. a :!. Mmi.K-t.niH- tlo urent nice hor anil famous l'roaflnltor l)are Devil 1M. the latter enrned the title of the "Monarch, of the homo tireloh," while on the turf, and after retirement to tbe stud nc()ulred Imperishable renown bi a lire. Not only hnve tbe Iiare DevlU proved (treat race hornet but the family bin furnWhed many noted nbow ring winner ai well aa Daru Iievll and Mnbrlno Klnif. both bv Inn champion how atulllont of Nutlonal fame received more money In tbe ahow ring than any twontnlllonalnthe world. Will makethe present aenwn at our farm one mile front MoKluney, Ky.,at 116 to Insure ii living colt. Will altnitand eood black Jack Brlzand Younif tired by BrlKhollert he runaback to aiuen. jtia i:iii turn iwr uritfuouer ou uotuany more money than Jacks In Htanford. lie a sure lsl6?,bamlattnndawelloublafet: loni iietter. ueis perieci m M'Klnney, Ky. Sidi 62761 Imported from Franca 1904. IO07, foaled Sidi will stand at the Nunnel'ey Stock. Yards. Will let him serve a few mares at $15.to Insure a living colt. Not responsible for accident. Mares pastured at 12.50 per month'. Phone 134. W.O.WALKER. Stanford, Ky. mjj. When Hungry ao;ro Keataurant Lancuater, Htrett, Htanford. K. Meala served at all boars up to 11:30 v. x. Heat place lu Vn for a good quick meal. Cooking to suit our cuatomersmurapeelully, Hplendld new line of fancy Oroocrlea. Hot Coffee, Handwlcbes, pies, llutter nillk and sweet milk, etv.,nt all timet, Oaraoua r temeilT of tbe world. It I k nonrhnti Panltrv Care it reeontted aa the standard poultry Is the one remedy that can be depended a with absolute certainty to cure and prefect . SAVE YOUR FOWLS 1 magnificently bred younir. atntllin will make the season of 10 at my alithu near Htanford, Ky., on the Hhelhy City pike at fU to Insure a living xlt Don Varrlck Is 16- - a beautiful chestnut short hack heavy bone In fact th highest type of tbe trotter and perfect dlaptialtlon. lie Is by the (mil onward Hllver !Mi. that won the tsiui Tranaylvaula In a aeven heHt toco tn lK and the aame year won, tun llo.ua) llonner Memorial and the H. and H. all la broken Farm heats and aolil for tSlMU and later for Pon Varrlok la bred eiactly like Hpan-la- b Queen that won the SSjnn Tranaylvnnla In liui making e record of iJt and waaclaaa-e- d aa one of the bis four, being one of tbe greateat money winner on tits- - grand circuit in liwt. Onward Hllver Is by Onward, One of tbe greateat and beat aona of (leorge Wllket. onward 's dum waa tbe dam of Director, the alreol that great faintly of trotters and pucers. Don Varrloka Ut daui was by Wilkes Roy, by George Wilkes a full slater a to The Waytil&.and half slat.tr to Patcben tbe dam of Itubtwr till). Winchester V.W Hilly W'llUjn .3), aud Mla H.I::m. indiliini Mary by llogu'sOrey Kagle the dam of 'Ike way aud Madlene 12.-(10- 0. Mud-len- Stanford Real Estate Co, Stanford, Kentucky. Stocks and 'Bondi and Town Property Handled on Commission. II you Have Proierty to Sell or Kent Notify Us. Sold. Write for Circular to L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford. Ky. A forms of Dlsrraoea andall f cues. A few drops In tbe drlnklnceilstlnckeeps fowls poultry I tlmbtraeck. healthy water Onpcs, Cholera. Koup, dls ' tree from dlseoM. A &oo bottle makes II failons of medicine, (be treatment of Blockhead and other diseases to turkeys and for Bourbon PbultryCure HAS,1 NOV EQUAL v W.W.Rl.w.,IIopllI.iv;i!,Kr..MTt: "I I Mr. F.P.OT,PtI.Kr., mil LltTr btfeticcnrtUliicchicKtoaloracaily filiyycait and I raited buadradt of chlcWat iit fioa capes BaMirboa IVwlirr Car li lb most tatilctary rcatdy br riviav ihcm Bouiboa Poultry Cut. IIW (Vfra. ever luca ior tfaovfacrarctj iojf aaa uapct." ll lurt cai lor JUAII Wf adlni Bourbon J Remedy Co.'J LcSL'u. DrugglaU. per Bottle." 60o Cbli ud UmbuMck,'' s. a Trial Vial Free. and montht old Varrlck Is fast game and always, pn tbe trot, very rnrelyevor leaves his feet. In weeks bundling lust Kail hit trotted K mile track In IK. Hae. half In W. A. 1:10 und the mile lnlrf7Kouthe outside of track. 1'leote uote tbe rich luherltance of HaveW. K. WARNEK to inelnll your country , water works with tpti'U on both tidoe. not n uilsalug link for generatlona. Ilrvedtotbts fellow and you reasonable prices and guarantee. jBVory breeder cunt ml9 the lour thingsspeed and looks. looks for site, disposition, We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and Thote having claims avalntt theeatate of Seehlm before booklngyour mares. Heason iie ince.ueceawa, win prenenttliem money due when mares are parted with or Roofing Paints, sirs. nt firoperly proven to me at once. Those bred to anotner uoraw. mitree ari not iuu Telephoue, 188. artf notified to aettla with be taken, but will iMrdHyendallcar Call and sco us. IIKU, II. rilUITT, retpontlble fur accidents or earnne. Dou luimeuinteiy, Administrator Mra. Belle Hlce Varrlck Is a i;o trotter If be bad tbe proper handling. Also at same plaoo will stand lf fatltlcn. Don Varrlck'ailiim produoed Dr, Conner mat paotMi a uuona uaii mue on ine ltxlnutnn track at IS months In in'i and aold toN. W.IIublngerof Now Unveil for Don't let 1010 pae without linviug 'hot and cold water through your ll,(i3, the alto produceil MnggU Igo, that a half mile on tbe saiut truck at IS house with a beautiful white trotted sold ror VrV. Don In 1:11 Tinging, Plumbing, Heatigg. CARSON. Prop. Porcelain Biath Outfit. IV. ! NOTICE! 111 Sold Hr SHUGARSanriTANNM. Auctioneer! K. WARNER. County White Cora. t. ( 1 MASON'S MEET. A.M. lllmeetl OJncoln Uxlue No. 6(1. r h.jjiLml couunUnUatloii on each first and I tniM Monday nlcnW otuucu i.ioiitii.ut TVs) I ca.-i.kI IV. A. TRIBBLE, .'. (Mlfton la libluck jack with light intt. 4 of Lincoln county aa an auctioneer, hntlirnrtloa years old Inst Heptember, V hands high guaranteed. II. W. MoWIIOHTKIt. a mutchles head and ear. well set on with plenty Mor'!d. Ky., It. V. I). No. I a rungyn neck, haa he Is notlonuivUubttaiice surpaaaed. ltesldeuce. Turnersvllle, and aa brei'dvr I offer my services to the people Two Mighty Jack Two, t'1,1 KTON ItUbHKf. and Stanford, Ky. Polled Angus Bull Boone Seed Furniture anil UiHiertikitig. Day Phone Nijjht Plioue 133. lu their hall bu main atrtcnt. Htaic1 alah-- r Icxlaa are fra-urnully Invited to txt prewnt. T. w. wit. tonic Ky. Memburs of Hec. ranatcu' Stanford, Kentucky. -- la a black Jock with light points, ii.it Auuun. full Mi lianda hlub with aa my thoroughbred Polled Many Thanks. much rtnlth and action aaoborte. and as a I will aland breeder he Is the equal of any Jack, llotli of Augui bull at my plaoa ou,Bouieriit plku' .Kleldtoleoted.butted.tlpped, suslled and to Insure will serve mures at tlu Editor S. M. Saufley, of tho Stanford these Jacks Trading the mare forfeit) tbe a II.M. Mo ney duo when cow known to b graded for edge drop or any planter t.V a living colt. takeu to Insurance, Cure Interior Journal, Is a live wire. The uccldents, but will wllibo responsibleprevent not be should bu. Will dellter at rltanfarj, Ky., noil page of the I. J. now looks like any occur. Jennets will bu cared for after with calf or parte from front June 1st. and bred by private contract. WALTON K. UOfiti, O. W. I.OVKU., court day, the front of a metropolitan daily.- -. K ! WOODH, J Hr WOODH. Danville Advocate. lAQMtter, : Htanford, Ky. RU5SEL VW(iSurJ!irV fmr- ." J3CL,3'S,"H 1 JJimU'.- -