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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 7r 1 THE INTEHIQf JOURNAL i 5t I VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 2 1909 iiii 1 3ilIN MEMORIAM following la the memorial adopted by tho Lincoln County liar relative to tho personal and professional charade of Col rP Hill which was ordered by court to bejprcad upon tho record The death of Thomas Peyton Hill which occurred at his homo hi Stanfori pee 6 1008 mprka a notable event In tho necrology of this bar Ills charac ter gift nod professional attainments his clear conception of prln clplcsj the exceptional lucidity of hit expositions of what tho law is and what tholaw should be his engaging person nllty and charm of conversation his devotion almost chivalrous to the hQnor of his profession his Jojalty to cause and cllnttheso are part of tho t1nga It whfch Rave promlnjncp to his long pro fcsslona life attracted notice to his death and which will serve to make tho memory of him enduring Mr Hill was born Aug 30 1820 On- the I paternal side ho was of Catholic lineage A remote ancestor was a member of tho colony which undertho patronage of Lord Baltimore settled Maryland During tho Kovolutlonsry war some of the defendants of thli an cestor followed tho banner of John Ea get Howard of the Maryland line and others havo since achieved distinction in law theology and literature On tho maternal tide ho was descend ed from tho Peytoni of Virginia whoso lives and character are interwoven with the history of that ancient Commonwealth Mr Hill was prepared for the prac tice of law under the tutelage of ICon John Kincald of Lincoln county him self justly esteemed as one of the great lawyers of Kentucky who laid tho foundations of her Jurisprudence The habits of thought of tho teacher were strongly impressed upon tho pupil who proved himself capable of assimilating tho lessons Imparted Upon procuring W a license Mr 11111 moved to Missouri age in tho practice but soon returned I to Kentucky located in Wayne county where ho was appointed count attorney in tho year 1848 Thence ho moved to Pulaskl county where ho practiced with success until about 1851 when ho returned to Lincoln county where ho lived continuously until his death In 1665 ho formed a partnership with J W Alcorn which continued un til 1837 when It alas dissolved by mu tual consent Thereafter ho entered Into partnership with lion P M Mc Roberts which wolf dissolved in 1901 by Mr Hills retirement not from in Homily but only because ho had reach ed that period of life when men who have earned a competency prefer to cease from active labor Though de dining professional employment he was daily at tho office of his late partner and habitually manifested A lively interest in the procedure of the courts During the whole period of his retire moot and until death had almost laid Its hand upon him his counsel was sought by and freely given to members OCWI profession One of the most noted traits of his character and theono by which he will be most affectionately remembered by his juniors was his sincere and unsel fish Interest In young men as they en tered on tho study of tho law It 1ft likely true that excepting tho profcs aora in Colleges of Law no Kentucky lawyer over taught as many you gmert It is also likely true that but low ii any lawyers in Kentucky taught their pupils more accurately assiduously thoroughly than he Ills knowledge ol the common law was broad and deep nnd built upon its history Ills under standing of the science of pleading that touchstone of precision and clear thinking was exact The Jurisprudence of Equity ho learned from tho roasters ho was able to contribute to tit tNand and growth Because of his surpassing power as a public speaker made all tho more im pressive by his musical well modulated I voice tho distinctness of his articu lation the richness of his Imagery conv 01 blned with a magnetism which thrilled an audience like an electric current ho will possibly bo best romemberqd b f the public as an orator His brtlircn of the profession however long knew that his highest powers wero displayed in unprnate and sQVcra logic The fault of his mental character waa that some times in tho fervor of advocacy before a jury his rich Imagination caused him to momentarily neglect the prosaic syl logtsm of his argument In discussion before the court his reasoning was strong and substantial Ills capacity for analysis was extraordinary With a skill which evinced botlvatrategic and i tactical power ho was capable of sepa rating a proposition Into its elements aud then stho exigency might de mand assail the separated parts or combine them for an Impregnable dw fense After the manner oftheb lawyers of She early period he adhered tenac iously to the fuijmentBlapr they cent i moa lav Hervpe stet to iHJrqh kl ing modern adjudications for a sanctio of Its rules and was Impatient with the lawyer who neglecting the ancient principles first hastens to find a report J case which seems to fit the case under consideration To apply a principle to a fact to dlf erentfato between cases where tho facts are superficially alike though sub stantlally different to invoke tho application of a principle fairly dcducib from the facts of ono case to another case of many differing facts but which embraces ono similar and governing fact were among his favorite mental exerchu8IHo had no fondness for political lire or public stations Ho had decided and enlightened views on questions chiefly on those which involved an in terpretation of the powers of govern mcnt Questions of mere expediency rarely elicited his interest In respect to those amenities and so cial relations Which should ever obtain among the members of the bar and the court ho wail FACILE rniNCEPS Envy dId not lurk In his bosom Detraction die not pass his lips Considerate of oycrj ones right lenient toward every one s fault patient with every onos caprice tender merciful and forgiving tho light of more than a half century was turned upon his professional career without revealing a moral or social lotto mar tho beauty of tho edifice his ge nius and humanity bull- MATRIMONIAL John Hazlott ZIand Miss Jennie Walls 10 were made one last rfqck Wm H Reynolds 24 and Miss Georgia Craves 1C were married Thursday W Mllazlett a widower of roand Miss SallioDoss 37 were married last weekAt the ago of 00 years Juan Landeta a Spanish multimillionaire married Dolores Upblna 18 years old in Mex icoTheodore Harris and Miss Margaret Harmon of Boyle Were united in mar riage at tho home of the brides par entsAt Cincinnati lost week Mr Patrick W Whipp ot this place and Miss Mnymo Tilford of Liberty surprised their many friends by marrying Mr Whlpp until recently lived at Liberty but is now connected with the Stanford Drug Co Ho Is a most excellent gen tlcman and very popular with our peo ple while his bride is a lovely and accomplished young woman and is ono of Libertys most charming ladies Their many friends hero extend congratulations and wish for them all the joy that can come to ft happily wedded pair Mr William H Reynolds and Mls Georgia the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Cravens were quietly married at the brides home Thursday afternoon at 3 p M bv Rev W S Willis of Ilustonyillo They were accompanied by Mr James Cravens Miss Mary Reynolds Mr Fred Cravens nnd Miss Lora Reynolds brothers and alt era of tho bride and bridegroom Miss Cravens was gowned In a traveling null of Wee and her beauty never showed to better advantage while tho groom is t clover and Industrious young farmci of tho West End Immediately aftei the ceremony the bridal party drove to his home Saturday night the Misses Reynolds will entertain in honor of Mr and Mrs Reynolds A FRIEND U ONIONSA very largo portion of the lands contuguous to tho Queen Cres cent Routo and the St Louts LouIsviili lines well adapted to the producing ot onions on a commercial scale The on- Ion is always In demand is a good keeper when properly cured and unlike many other products can be held by the grower until tho market prices meet his views The requirements for onion growing are rich soil and every good farmer keeps his soil rich good preparation pf tho Boll before slanting clean and shallow cultivation and proper curing The varieties groj should bo either white or yellowy fJHFJbticcuso these bring better price on general mar ket than the red akin sorts The time of planting depends upon tM climate conditions Growers In the middle north who can put their product on the market early in July will generally cutch the high prices The Agricultural Department has Is sued a booklet How To Grow Onions which will be mailed to farmers living along the St LouisLouisville Lines and Queen Crescent Route on application tp W M Bamberge Agricultural Sup erlutendent Lexington Ky Dont drug the Stomach oc stimu lute tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoop Restorative andseo how qulckjly good health will to you again Test It and see I Sold by Pen nya QrugStoro ar NEWS NOTES The rivers and harbors bill carryin anl appropriation of about 97000CM was passed by the Senate Lewis Young aged 07 a wellknow citizen and Confederate veteran of Versailles dropped dead of apoplexy Two more Indiana counties Carroll and Gibson voted dry in local option clectionsJFrlday by largo majorities Tha British array estimates for Hand 1010 provide for a Jrand total of 801073 men as compared to 79301 men in TThe has beer sold to Milton B Ochs and Thomas R Preston who will take charge of the paper March 10IMrs W K Vanderbilt Sr has given over 1000000 for the erection ol four model tenements for persons euf fering from tuberculosis Walter R Day was sentenced to one year in the pcntitentiary at Jackson on a charge of forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a note The voter of Rush county IndLd tided against saloons by a majority oC 2009 in the county option election held Sixteen saloons are put out of business Gov Willson issued a proclamation fixing Friday April 2 as Arbor Day In Kentucky He urges public meeting in tho schools and the planting of trees Gen Roger D Williams of Lexing ton was appointed an aide on Gen J Franklin Bells staff in tho Taft Inaugural parade representing Kentucky Ten persons were killed and 17 InJur- ed at Hamburg through tho splitting pf a between the wharf and tho steamer Kalserin Augusto Victoria Two hundred and fifty employes of tho Terre Haute Ind Brewing Company went out on a strike as aresult of failure to come to an agreement on the ergs of a new contract Tho monthly statement of the collections of Internal revenue shows tho total receipts for January were 18359 651 which is a loss as compared with January 1008 of 1312353 At Barkerton Cumberland county a elldressed white man was found deal In the river with a hole in tho back of his head He was a stranger and the body has not ben identified Suits have been filed in Little Rock Ark against several big packinghouse companies asking penalties aggregat- Ing 3300000 from each for alleged violation of tho State antitrust laws At Salem Ark while waiting trial on a charge of seduction J W Jones a merchant of Mammoth Springs was tabbed and fatally wounded by Miss Lizzie Kissee the plaintiff in tho case By a contribution of 300 from John D Rockefeller who is in Lexington Richmond Husars one of the Souths oldest military companies will bo en bled to participate In tho inaugural parade in Washington- W Vernon Booth president of A Booth Co tho spcalled fish trust which went into the hands of n re ceiver last September and F R Robbins former assistant treasurer of the company were indicted at Chicago The opening of tho ninth annual tournament of the American Bowling Congress took place at the Duqueano Gardens in Pittsburg Saturday night There are 2730 entries which is larger than tho entry list at Cincinnati last year A resolution was Introduced In tho House by Representative Gaines of Tennessee directing the Committee on Juidiciary to report a bill creating a Department of National Highways and Good Roads to be presided over by a member pf the Cabinet Tho statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 13879075 moro the requirements of the 25 percent reserve rule This is an increase of 334000 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week Capt Hamilton Hutchings who was relieved of command of the Kearsago before the fleet sailed from Gibraltar is to be examined by a medical board Na charges have been made against him and Admiral Sperry acted on tho captains request Ills mental and physical condition is said to be pitiable Reports from all parts of tho State Indicate that the recent rain wile the heaviest downpour In tho history of the State Every river and creek was overflowed and great damage has been done tologging interests in the mountains Along the lowlands of all the streams the residents were forced to move and the fall in the temperature occasioned considerable suffering Washington Once Gave Up- I threo doctors waskopt do bed tot five weeks Blood poison from a spid ors bite caused Jarge deep sores to cover hIs leg The doctors failed then IJucklons Aruba Salvo completely cured mo writes John Washington pf Bosquevllle Tex or eczema bolls burns and piles Its supreme 25o at Pennys Drug Store ey- J1 y IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Boyle county has put a school tax 0 r two cents on each 100 Mrs John Denim of Garrard dropped dead while having a warm conversation wIth her neighbor v Thero are 400 men at work in their chine shops anti yards at Somerset and the prospects look better as warm weather opproaches rThe State Regents havobought for 60000 Potter college and about 110 acres of land This settles the locntio at Bowling Green Charles McConnaghy indicted bank cashier of Monticollo Ky furnished 10000 bond before United States Com missioner Menzies in Covington Mrs Hetty Wells of Russell county was boiling sugar water when her cloth- Ing caught fire and she was so badly burned that she died a day later Four brothers Sherman Nathan Zach and Pearl Blanton were taken to London and lodged In the Laurel county jail on a charge of murdering iRlch ard Blanton in Harlan county Dr R M ORear halfbrother of Judge ORear will move from his home at Danville to Mt Sterling where ho will spend his remaining days j Dr 0 Rear has been a resident of Danville for many years- Detectives of the Q C railroad made a capture at Somerset that is one of the most unique in years The prisoner is Leo Jones 12 years old He is charged with trying to wreck trains barn burning and killing stock While tearjng down tho old resident on the Nathan Ross place near Paint Lick Garrard county H S Hensley Pf Harlan county who recently pur chased the place discovered under the hearthstone A tin box containing 22 000 in United States money 1000 in Confederate money a Colts revolver and diamonds valued at from 2000 to 5000 In addition there were a number of oldnotes found most of which were out of date It is supposed the things were hidden during the Civil war and forgotten or that their owner was stain in battle Tho Secret of Long Life A French scientist line discovered ODO secret of long life Ills method deals with tho blood Buy lour ago millions of Americans had proved Jlectrlo Bitters prolongs life and lakes it worth living It purifies en lohcs and vitalizes tho bloodre builds wasted nervo cells imparts life = aDd tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated eoplo Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Mo butElec trIo Blttors cured met entirely Only 5Oa at Pennys Drug Store The Owensbpro Messenger has this ulogy of President tPatterson which ye heartily endorse The grand old man has done a great work and is de serving of the praise and affection of the entire peopleof the State Tho paper says After nearly 40 years of unremitting laborin building up the Stat College at Lexington Prof James K Patterson is to bo relieved of some of the details of this great work by others who are associated with him Probably no man in Kentucky has done as much for tho Commonwealth The great institution of which ho has been so long the supreme head is a monument to his genius and untagging zeal HexamethylonetetramineThe chemical which is ono of tho many valuable ingredients of Foleys Kldr noy Remedy lloxamethylonetetra mno Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as u urlo acid solvent and antiseptic for the urIne TokoFoloys Kidney Remedy as soon as yqu notice aoy Irregularities and avoid a serloiii malady New Stanford DruglCo It is stated that Senator Foraker will try for the succession of Senator Dick with Senator Burton to help him Thq Ohio situations are always interesting Senator Foraker tis a fighter and is rating under his recent defeat Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppe Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the Use ofd Foleys Honey and Tar for la grlppo coughs and deep seated colds Refuse any but the genuine In tits yellow package New StanfordJDrug Go Senator Boveridge is absent from Congress it is claimed for the purpose ot avoiding to report the Statehood bill If this is true the Indiana statesman is deserving ofalland more of the con sure that ho Is receiving Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped la 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store Rear Admiral Samuel R Franklin retired died In Washington I1 ThIiorMdUeCIoIhJoqYou from which you can make at 1 selection for a i I TailorMade vSuitfJ JJ We have the latestjstyles and patterns Sate isfaction guaranteed Npiifnosale i l J Cummins WeeSTANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTRIC RANGESThe Range to buy a full savor n moneymaker the best bakerI Ajlargo iinaof select from gtudwe will appreciate a call GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford a iLfaitea h aar f Wt rr l GOING SOUTH 2 Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN a CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good tualaj Uatll Nay 31st 1969 Write for rate and older R cKING CPA 101 E Main St lexlntfUa lu Ij Arng T p1 Jv nt roar wI trarr4r hit j c w I iThe Interior Journal Eo C WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercar county ti n candidate for Com raonwvalths AUorne of this the Uth Ju dicial dtitrlctiubject to the action of the democratic party y l JRlolthe Democratic party 0i M C 8AUFLEY r Ii n candidate for circuit Judge of this the Mth Judicial dlitrlct subject to the action j of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket 1I r For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Representative W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY ForJOonnty Attorney W SBURCH t For Circuit Clerk i J D SWOPE SherifffJ For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER I For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District L M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle District J K HELM SR For Constable Huttonvllle District t L Eo TRUE Pot Magistrate Vaynesburg Dlttrlc- tJOHNMCAMDEM For Constable Vnynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH V SENATOR MCCREARY will not reside Washington New York or any other metropolitan center after March4 when his term expires Some of the reports even take the Senator on a long Euro pean trip The Senator is going back amongrIn his long congressional career He says A few weeks after Congress Idjourns I will return to Richmond Ky and my residence will bo in the State and county and town where 1 was born and reared and where I have so often been honored and whose people I love so well I shall occupy the same home in which I have lived for many years I am satisfied with my religion my politics and my home andI do not desire to change either and I shall standready to help my friends and shall always take an interest in prog ress politics and education and in ev erything that will advance or benefit Kentucky towhose people I shall al ways be grateful for the cordial friend ship and the hearty support extended to me for many years TilE editor of the Glasgow Times predicts that Judge OKear of the court of appeals will be the next republican t candidate for governor and that he will run on a Statewide prohibition platform This may be true but it is written in the stars that Kentucky is now enduring her last republican gov ernor Caleb Powers and assassination generally have already had too wide a range TilE country breathes easier The men on the bond of Beach Hargis who is charged with the murder of his fath er Judge James Hargis surrendered him to the Breathitt county officers and he was arrested and taken to the jail at Irvine to await his second trial in April The first trial resulted in a hung jury Miss ALICE LLOYD has severed her connection with the Burley Tobacco Association The association will show itself most ungrateful if it does not substantially reward her She has done far more than the night riders in bring ing about an adjustment of affairs A DOZEN or moreof Senator W 0 Bradleys Lancaster friends will ac company him to tho Capitol City think ing possibly he might get off at Char lottaville Alexandria or some other way station and proceed to represent ing them then and there CONGRESS has appropriated 137000 000 for the navy 103000000 for the army and 160000000 for the pension ers For a peaceful nation this seems to be going some for wars past and scarcely prospective IT begins to look like every member of the next Legislature will be a candi date for speaker However some who are announcing aro only talking thro their lists to get talked about f f i CHICAGO still remains the healthiest American city of more than 30000 In habitants according to the annual report of the Chicago Health Department Ita death rate from all causea is 1410 per Io6o The Windy City also carries the pennant for having more big footed women than any other city on terra firma IN San Domingo they have a good way of curing an embezzling official They promptly cut his head off and he never gins again A fellow appeared 650000 behind and he was dead in a few hours In Kentucky it is the poor devil who steals a pittace that feels tho effects of the lawIAT nny rate Mr Knox will get 500 mere for being Secretary of State than Senator which will at least furnish his wife pin money POLITICAL The South Dakota House passed the Senate equal suffrage bill Gov Marshall of Indiana vetoed the bill legalizing Sunday base ball Gov Patterson was introduced as a witness in the Cooper trial atNashville Chris I Mueller lof Louisville who bolted Gov Beckham for the Senate died at his homoISunday The death of one of their members has left the Republicans without a ma jority in the Missouri House The Brolley bill legalizing tho playing of baseballon Sunday passed the Indiana Senatelby a vote of 30 to 18 I Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland has officially notified the Ohio Supreme Court of his intention to become a law yerIUs said that Franklin MacVeagh of Chicago has been offered and has accepted the Treasury portfolio tender ed by Mr Taft The final week of the Indiana Legis lature will see bitter fights on the re pealof the county option law and Sun day baseball bill The military academy appropriation bill was reported to the Senate Satur day It carries 2641421 an addi tion of 18000 over the amount of the bill as it was passed by theJHouse J 0 Carter for many years a prom- Inent figure in the business and political life of the Hawaiian Islands is dead in Honolulu Hejwas adviser to Queen Liliuokalani at the time the monarchy was overthrown Representative Ollie James of Ken tucky criticised the passage of the Brownsville bill in the House He said that President Roosevelt had backtracked on his original position and that the measure provided atore wardlfor crime II The passage of the agricultural ap propriation bill by the Senate Friday followed an extended debate on the forestry service whichlioccupied the entire session As passed the measure appropriated 13075716 which is an increase of 191890 over the bill as passed by theJHouse The eightDemocrotic Senators who Friday broke the quorum in the Ten nessee Legislature and fled to Kentucky to prevent their arrest have abandoned their intention of returning to Nashville Monday and say they will remain in Hopkinsville until the Gen eral Assembly adjourns Assistant SargeantatArms Yeaman arrived here today and is keeping the Sena tars under strict surveillance The Senators held a long conference with Gov Pattersons private secretary and with Austin Peay his political manager Different Trees=Are the Answers A printing and paper concern burned andeverything connected with it can be answered by the names of different trees as follows By whom was building set on fire What was first seen What was the quickest article to burn Sambo looking on said to Dinah After fire what was managers wife doing What will the poor news boy do How many of the fire force proved heroes Who was the lost boy calling during fire After many days one said to another Hear about fire After all was over what did they find The first one giving the correct answers to the above will be bscrlptlon of the winner will appear in our issue of Tuesday May 9 Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trou ble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed cough that stuck to me in splto of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds ob stlnato Coughs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled SOc and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Yesterday marked tho beginning of Sharptrialtwo weeks before the evidence is concluded and then there will bea week of oratory as the attorneys for both sides have indicated they will make some speeches I CHURCH MATTERS Eld JG Ltvingstonwfll preach at flotdama Mill next Sunday at 11 o clock- There were 173 members at the Christian church Sunday school Sunday morning Lid J Q Montgomery will preach at McCormacks church on the fourth Lords day in each month this year at 11 A M and 330 p M I A grand rally service will be held at the Christian church next Thursday night in the interest of law and order Revs J W West and Joseph Severance will speak Every good citizen is expected to be present and enjoy this service Ladies bring the men Pastors Revolts At Steel Your only hope said throe doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich sutleringfrom severe rectaltrou blo lies In an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis euro Constipa tion Headache 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Mrs Bcnham didyou marry meBenhamIll tell you tomorrow Mrs Benham Why not tonight I myselffirstFoleys Honey and Tar clears the air passages stops the irritation In the throat Soothes the inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears Sore and Inflamed lungs arohealedand strengthened and the cold Is expelled from the system Refuse any but tho genuine in tho yellow package New Stanford Drug Co John Junken the Negro accused of the murder of Miss Clara Rosen at Ot tutnwa la has confessed his crime and said he planned it whilo confined in the penitentiary at Fort Madison Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam ple E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Notice Poultry Raisers Now Ii the time of year to teed your fowls GIiIltouPhealthybutRUllrnntttdbythe guorontce AI It for booklet on disease of poultry PUBLIC SALE I r Having soM my farm I will offer tor inln at the Tim Hutchison place near Highland on Kill DAY JIAUOII lr1000 proptrtythoe wagon f tools lot of corn and Todd r household and kitchen furniture 1 J it organ lot of canned fruit Duo or tOO pounds of Moon and other thing too numerous to mention Term mule known on day of sale A UOILAB P O Wnynetburg It 11 No1 When Ordering Clothes plate your measure taken by a tailor of ox perlcnce Then your clothes whethern low price bmlnens suit or the Uncut evenlns clothe will hare that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alto take your Ineai ure for extra trousers fancy vest top contu and overcoats Knll and Winter wim plea on hand ready for your Inipectlon- II 0 RU PIK V Tho Tailor- Ktonlord Ky Safeguard the Future I surest The on rent and mot adequate safeguard for the future Is n policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment literality of It policy contracts fnlr dealing with Us members and large returns to 101111 holder The company Is just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful mulnes career with more policy holder In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for mariadoriaasgeatting n AptSlyerJames I White Solicitor for Ilockcastle Oo Mill Elivatir Ritldtnct and Land For Salt fordtvlllo This millRollernMillsli na thoroughy equipped plant with a capacity of CO barrel of doilY besides meal nnd Graham producingexcelled by any The Elevator was built In IWff has a capacity of WfOa bushels and is equipped with the machin ery the business was established In 1870 and nnd Is In good favor with n large steady and prolltablo trade roomfrobuggygtied corncrib etc all In good re pair on u lot 180 feet front by 615 feet deep rnnpleslasides of house Ono of tho most comfortable and desirable hones In Marlon Oounty At tacked to this is H plot of about II acre of the very uncut bottom land tbnn which there Is none bettor In the State The whole property lies together In the Kyabeautifulschool in the valley of the idles from Lebanon ICy the seat orllrnrloll County where the nearest mill is located and where this mill hal a good trade This I is an unusual opportunity for a handsome home II lid a lestablishedbul ness The whole property will bo sold to the highest bidder on the premise VBDNKSIAY MAKOH writ 1900 at Executors sale Term made known on day of sale For further information call on or address T n A B KTjcuituJiB Executors Bradfordsvlll Ky If You Want To Crow Corn Alfalfa hogs and cattle come to Butler Co Bend for list o Improved farms Address J E WEST Augusta Km The Jfttrh PrM Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stamford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Eye Nose Throat Bjr OenltoUrlnnry Ilectal Or gnus Nervous Bystcm endSurg- eryMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 Ft A M will meet Instated communication on each lint unit third Monday nights of each month nt TMW oclock In their unit on Main street Stun fOnl Ky Members of titter lodges lire frn LIennJWNOTICEI Notice U hereby given that all Lincoln county bonds of serif II Issued March 1NeVredeemnbleIn15year with privilege pnylnarln lOyenr lnrahltitu bo pnl l on the 1st liar of on prc entntlon to the Lincoln County National Hank nnd that interest on scum will stop after said date Total amount U5roJ This Jan 21 Ifiuv James McKichnle 011 Cooper end W B Hutch Committee 8a D CARTERN- ow Llvorv Dopot Street Phone 96x STANFORD KENTUCKY CONCRETINGVearein creting such at Ulock Work Pavement and In fact we can make nny thing from n house down ton fence post We can erve you nnd guaranty nntcliui prlclbeforll10u PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the leading companies of the world represented Uompvtuln rates with payIngsuit In the history of this agency Loses promptly paid and without discount No wilting oo days for your money llcfore lu snrlngcallon MAHONY Fla RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Cough Caution Nsvorvaltlvelynewerpolaau JOUlIIll1 Ilyne couth UTtn from a IImPI coldoolr7OU drould l rrhrl soothe suit easethe IrriUtod bronchial I tubes Dont blindly rcpprett It with a upefrlnl poison Its strange bow ndnrs- scanr 110m about For twenty Jf1Iii1Ir Shuop hat constantly warard lotto take coos mixture or prescriptions conulnlnz Opium Chloroform or ln1llar Olaon And nowa little Ute though Coagrwj ryt Put It on the If potions am In tough Mixture Goodi- Verygood Ilereafterforthlswery roajonmoihcn and others should iniliton harinxDr hoops ShoopsWandlaw be on the label And Its cot only safebutIt 11 said to be by those that know U beat a truly r markabla conzh remedy Take nochanc then particularly wltb TOur on haTln- Dr ShooP1 Qulh CUre ompere carefuUJ the Pr awn with others sad note the difference No potion mark theret You can always be on the safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE HENR- YWATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbenlted States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic in all things fair In all things clean in all things it Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY GOOIUERODRNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for tbe COM blnatloa to ussot tc the Courier Jokraa 4 s 4 Thr I 1hJk 1- r r BorsetChance j Just to keep things a little lively for a few more weeks we are going to put on sale some special things in Boys Clothing I at a rediculously low price 50 pairs of boys t50cent knee pants at 25 cents n wc P I= t of boys 50 and 75cent knee pants at 35 I cents and a few pair of 1 and 150 one at 75 cents 250 suits at 150 the 3 Suits are re duced to 190 a fine lot of 350 and 4 suits at 250 each a few 5 ones left at 5 350 750 ones at 5 and the 10 ones at 7 These are plums worth your picking and you better do your picking quick 1 I These Prices Must Be Gashw H J MCROBiRTS J STANFORD KENTUCKY L1EEecgfEfI EE aJEI t tel New Ledgers Journals And 64 1 Cash Books s IX imIn Great Variety of Styles and Prices fa I Itmr Generally PENNYSiprStanford Kentucky t t3BBJ3 BBBE t Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs Hides Furs Hens He Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Chickens 9 to lOc I Ducks 10 to 1012c Geese 6 to 7c vg- f Turkeys 12 to 14c Scrap Iron 10 Guinea 20c a Piece Rubber tH B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky Iu FOR SALE I ndllforealoWlllsollettherorboth law OiiAs KKSHLIM Ottonhelm Ky- 1ostotllcoWaynesburg Ky SEEDS Wo still best quality field and garden seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices Wo sell clovers grasses teed bats seed corn cane seed cow pennsoja leon gardenbeansand flower seeds land plaster end fertilis ers Write UI for prices and samples Htate what you want NABH VILLB SEED CO ill gvcond Aye North kTIII Tsaa- J i EGGS FOR SALE I i UIfromIIUBBELT BROWN Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale Orocerleondnear Will Jnvolco about 3KX Reason rill health CEO D HOlTUUHtanford Ky FARM FOR SALE I rJlIlIndIlolndfonelllAlso Ij sere of timbered land one mile plentyofog crop JAQIVKNHAgcnt McKinney Ky r F I at j i yto i II f to I 4 I S4 t 3o grade at 3o 5o grade tit arc t 2Jc grade at Ijc I I it jThe Interior Journal 4oa KY MAUCII 2 1900 + New assortment of local view post 4cards at Pennys Drug Store very special bargains In Box Paper but ie limited Ask to see them Penny a Drug Store t OVALS 1A G EASTLAND Is up from Louis I villc Mns ANNIE HOLTZCLAW has been quite sick J E Ncvtus was over from Lancas 1 ter Sunday SSV B BULLOCK of Lebanon Is hero T with friends MISS ETIIEL Faro went up to Crab Orchard Saturdays ED BRADY visited William Wester Hold at Livingston MRS FRANK KELLY of Dayton 0 I is with Mrs T J11111 t MRS ED PEYTON of MIddlcsboro is 1 with Mrs W T Smith CIIAS E BOHON was up from Leba I non Sunday and yesterday MRS HUGH Item and Miss Mary Pennlngton havo both been ill Miss VIRGINIA BOURNE of Lancaster is the gueatol Mrs W K Warner Miss DOLUE McRoiiERTS is visiting Mrs Virgil Smith in Richmond MR J M MCCARTY continues qUlto III with inflsmatory rheumatism J E Cooreit of Kewnnce III Is I visiting his sister Mrs J B Huffman MISS EUZAIIETH BAUCHUAN spent 1 Friday and Saturday In Lancaster with friends MRS L R HUGHES Is spending a I few days with the homcfolks nt Mt t Vernon Mn AND MRS J S RlGB went to Lexington Friday to sea the Merry I widow I WM GAINS of Lincoln visited his I Mn AND MRS MARK rIlClIS oft Richmond are guests of Mr and Mrs WEAREN of Stanford here Monday looking after Insur 1walI Liberty News MRS SALLIE BAGRY has returned to her homo In Covington after a visit to Mrs William Hocker MR SAM RORINSON and bride have returned from their bridal tour and are domiciled In tho Myers House flats MRS J B BOURNE of Lancaster JU returned homo yesterday after a visit y J to her daughter Mrs W K Warner Mnlt C SAUFLEY and bride off Harrodsbarg spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J C McClary MISSES MOLUE BROOKS of Crab Or rtchard anti Lillian Leavell of Bryants were the guests of Miss Tevis 1Carpenter NELL BOUJINB of Lexington I Allene and Ida Leo Bourne of Lancas ter were guests of their sister Mrs W I K Warner Miss MARY D KENNEDY of this I place and Miss B Nowburn of Hua tonville have gono to Nashville to study trimmingIMISS SARA BAUGIIMAN of Stanford who has been visiting Mrs S M Sau ley returned homo yesterday Mrs y Saufloy accompanied her as far as Lexington and attended the matinee performance of tho Merry Widow Frankfort State Journal WE regret to announce tho resigna tlon of Miss Mary D Carter teacher tJ of the Sixth Grade on account of con tinued ill health Miss Carter returns t to her home at Stanford Ky where we hope rest and recreation will assist in her early convalescence Her many friends hero at school join in ono united x prayer that she may soon be herself again Deaf Journal published at Council Bluffs LOCALS SEE my line of wagon and buggy har ness J C McClary IF you goodmeat call on Wil kinson Lutes Phono 47 f GET the genuine Oliver plow points from Lippa Peavyhouse Hustonvillc Ky I HAVE 60 bushels of German milletv seed for sale SI per bushel F Schnlz ler Ottenhelm Ky l WANTED to rent a dwelling of four or five rooms in or near Stanford J M Carter Sr Moreland 4t Jl REX coal is guaranteed Try itI Denham Bros AN abundance of abrownpaper for sale at this office WANTED a good farm hand to milk Address Box UXJ Stanford Ky I LOOK at our Bungalo dinner sets and Bungalo toilet sets W II Hlggins v HAVK that good Rex coal yet You can find it at Denhama yard FOR SALtA horsepower port able engine and boiler J R Powell Stanford FOR all kinds of meats phon 178 and havo it sent to your house J L Mceksv I Two NoOlivertypewriters built over and with a years guarantee for sale Irico X46 each M A Johnson Stanford TUB creditors RLa Horton are directed to file their clainuKwith me veri ned as required by law at once J D Horton admr LISTENIl you want to sayo money on building this year give mo your con tract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phone 84 I winter you are gono for good But If you are not gone come back and do your worst in as short a time as possible NOTES and accounts collected any where In tho United States and no charges unless wo collect Mays Col lection Agency Somerset Ky SEE my handsome line of Spring bug glee harness etc Call while you have a largo assortment to aelectfrom- E T Pence Stanford Ky W B BURTON democratic nominee for Representative in Garrard has withdrawn giving as his reasons that ho could not spare tho time from his horse business in North Carolina We havo moved to tho G Singleton storeroom opposite the courthouse where wo will bo glad to servo our cus tomers with all kinds of fresh meat Lutes Wilkinson butchers Phone 47 r TUG officers at tho courthouse are beginning to movo the records of their offices to tho Odd Fellows building on Main street preparatory to tho building being torn down Tearing down of tho building will commence about tho 6th 0 TUB silver loving cup offered by Sar gent Warner proprietors of tho bowling alley for tho highest average of five scores mado between Jan 1 and March 1 was won by Mr Geo P Flor ence whoso average was 270 34 The ladies prize n diamond ring was won by Mrs IJ C Wray her average being 209 Hi A FAMOUS DUEL Tho memorable duel scene in Monte Cristo to as well as such climaxes as The World is Mine will be irresistible magnets for tho coming engagement of the play at Waltons Opera House March 17 The duel scene in this production was Introduced by Eugene Moore who presented the play with great success in all the leading cities and it is as exact a reproduction as possible of the most thrill ing combat that ever took place on a Held of honor the meeting of Del Frenchl and Chateau Renaud in the Fontalnblcau Forest near Paris It is a deadly duel with all details closely following the historical combat as described by Benjamin DIsreali CIRCUIT COURTIn the case of J F Lippert and W L Hutchison who were charged with shooting at J BI Gilkerson at Crab Orchard the jury returned a verdict of guilty and fixed aI fino of 150 each A memorial service was held Friday by tho Stanford bar in honor of the late Col T P Hill nndI was participated in by all tho lawyers Messrs George P Bright and II J McRoberts also made a Low fitting remarks Tho speeches by tho members of tho bar were high tributes to tho lifo and character of Col Hill and showI ed the esteem in which ho was hold Jesse Hays colored was declared ofI unsound mind by a jury and ordered toI Lakeland Asylum Tho grand jury ad journed Friday after finding SO indict ments for various and sundry offenses h Important Notice rTo00 0 Tobacco Growersf We have just placed on sale n late shipment of Tobacco Canvass at reduced prices should have been here 30 days ago On account of the late shipment wo will clean up this lot at reduced prices r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYIlSTANFORD MondayLanI UlchanlllockerI I CLOTHES French cleaned Cook FarmeraFRESH buttermilk o cream daily atI Klncharts 4t r rink Friday night nextIMAsquKRADB FOR SALEA lot roller skates Apply at this office FOR pure garden seeds and field seeds call on T D Newland Stanford IT is now time for your Spring sew ing Call on Mrs J II Colyer Logan Avenue MR J M REYNOLDS of Waynes FridaeWE specialty of pleasing par ticular people Try our Rex coal We guarantee It Denham Bros FOR ORRENTThe Warner storehouse on East Main Street Apply at once to W K Warner 0 LAST rink of the season will be held Friday night It will bo a masquerade affair and a prize of 5 will bo given to the best masked person IN tho jail Clco Smith cut ShelbyKendrick ably fatally wounded him LEWIS WIHTLEY and Green Lillard colored who once lived here died IQ Louisville and wero brought to this place for burial They were respectable darkles W M DUNCAN has bought of Mrs W S Jones her restaurant and will conduct an upto date establishment I Tho price paid is private LATER The deal is said to be oft IN JohnDrew shot and fatally wounded his wife who was only 17 years old Ho took to tho hills and had not been located at last accounts Drew and wife lived near Orlando MARCH Came in very lamblike It will not be 48 hours however before we will all swear that It was a lion in the lambs paraphernalia Spring weath er is almost as treacherous as a pot- house politician N I S TEVIS of tho Shelby City sec tion is in receipt of a telegram from his brother at Clifton Arizona saying he had just sold his holdings near that place for 100000 Gold in paying quantities has been found on tho boundary THE Dancemolub organized Friday by electing Coo D Florence president R T Bruce 1st vice president R B Woods 2nd vico president J N Menefee secretary and John 0 Reid treasurer The club will likely give a swell dunce next month SALE OF TOWN T As agent of the Bourno heirs I will at about 3 P ii Saturday March G 1909 offer for sale at public outcry in front of the premises tho building and lot on Lan caster Street now occupied by Robert Fenzel Terms will be announced on day of sale W II HIggins agt 2t ANDERSON Simeon II Anderson a prominent farmer of Lancaster died of abcess of tho brain after an illness of about two weeks He was about 50 years of age and leaves a widow one son Harry Anderson and five daughters Misses Alberta Elizabeth Carrie Sadie and Patsy Anderson EDITOR SAUFLEY EtEs the Lancaster Record after copying our item concerning the contest being waged by Mr M S Baughman for the scat of Mr WrL McCarty for sheriff adds While wo do not favor contests as a rule yet if tho charges are true Baughman should win not only to secure his own rights but for the good the party which would beruined by such corruption and every good democrat should see that justice is done MONTE CRISTO There will be a special scenic revival of Monto Cristo when Fred G Conrads Metropolitan Comrfuny will present at Op 1 era House March 17 tho Dumas drama I with all its original strength Mr Con rad will offer tho clever arrangement of the Dumas Novel for the stage by Eugene Moore known throughout the country as one of the best actors whoever starred in the play Thcro are five acts with impressive climaxes in eluding tho famous The World is Mine t Miss ELIZABETH ALLEN of Millers burg Ky was a conspicuous figure at tho beautifully appointed 4 oclock tea given in her honor by Mrs E H Dcrion of Vinton place Tuesday afternoon Gowned in yellow messallno silk trim med with gold embroidered lace and carrying a shower of Marechal Neil roses Miss Allen never appeared better The environments too wcro in harmony for yellow jonquils combined with emi lax and ferns adorned the pretty home which was softly illuminated with yellow shaded lights Mrs Dorion who gracefully presented the callers num boring about 75 to the honoree wore a fetching gown of turquiose blue silk and lace Mrs W C Paul in a white laco robe and Mrs Frank Jones in red crepe do chine assisted in entertaining In tho diningroom the tea table draped withcluny lace over yellow satin and occupied in the center with a golden basket filled with yellow jonquils was presided over by Mrs W H Barker gowned in old roso mcasaliuo Punch was dispensed by Miss Kate Mitchell wearing a gown of yellow silk and Mrs Albert Biggs wearing pink crepe de chine Memphis Tenn NewsScim itar Miss Allen is a popular visitor at tho home of Miss Sallie Taylor Woods of this place Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE public HATtmDAY SI AHOH 131809 the following dmcrlbed property Nino or 10 horses some oxtra good ones sheep milk rows hogs farming utensils 1 two horse wagon buggy Krazler cnrtnumber hives of bees and many other things too numer myhmnerybeginning nt 830 A M sharp J H UKORHWOOD llustonvllle Ky NOTICE I I will between the hours olIO oclock A x end 4 oclock i M on MONDAY MAIIOH UIWII- III front of the courthouse door In Htnn ford Ky toll at public outcry to tho blah eat unit lest bidder for cnth In hand tho following property or no much us will paytas cost Rnd penalty The amount includes 6 per cunt penalty and cost ot advurtlilng Carpenter Jennie and Dovlo 1V78 IIS W- li H Urn it EH Treasurer Htnnford If railed Hchool Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyl1 Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods PUBLIC SALE We will on WEDNESDAY MAHOII SIWW- nt the home of Mr Louisa J Holtzclnwde censedln Ireachersvllle KYlst1I to the hlllwst and best bidder property towit lit tract The dower containing 11 acres of land with Improvements one well at kitchen door Haut land contalni about 0 acres of orchard n good variety of troll Tract Not of 41 acres adjoining this dow er On this tract Is a good pond and n spring known as tho lllg Spring which was nev er known to be dry Tbll Rnll will be sold In ellrato tracts and as n whole and the host bidder will be the purchaser The land will be sold one third cash and remainder In ono and two years with II er cent Interest from date of sale until paid with lien retained on land for purchase money Tie personal property consists of the fol owing An extra Jersey cow with young cult 3 brood mares one In foal to Silver Klntt tho other to Jack one family horse 8colts cotning year old by Hllycr Jersey bulls Jn bushels of hill onions Tamil sets lot of turnips Irish potatoes 1 buggy sprnrg wogan and harness lot or meat hinl lot ot poultry household and kitchen I wClwen loom largo and small spinning wheels warping bars spool racks etc Homo old style furniture many oth er things not mentioned TERMS OF HALK All suns under 110 cash In hand that amount and over on a credit of three months with t per cent In terest from date negotiable and In the Lincoln County National ofTankStanford HllowUl omlll nCft at AM For further information apply to E UHoltzclaw on said land HOITZOLAW HEIRS A H BOOR rz Auctioneer Half Cent Off On These t I 1 2Jc grade at 2c 8c grade at 2c 4c grade at 3Jc R w L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin SKIRTS Wo will sell a few skirts that we have left at greatly reduc ed prices in order to make room for spring lines We have just received beautiful lino of ribbons belting spring oxfords silks hamburg laces etc Our spring lines is about complete and the best we have ever carried and our prices are light We invite your inspection Make your selections now beforoihe stock is pickedover Remember we represent twoof tho best tailoring concerns in tho country and guarantee fit quality and price J r HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY I Jut RGG61VGUt- it++++++++ ++++fH++ A Nice Lot of r Japanese and Chinese TLMattings 12 1 =2 and 35C Per Yard W E Perkins Crab Orchard P first Rational 9Jan Stanford Jty Oraani3t d 882 Capital Stock SSO 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits oJs 000 Ras paid in Diuidonds sinoo Organization 21 500 Jfnvito9au Jfccounts on Our 7lariass OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vicepresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr W W Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Peltus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate nn um Big Combination Sale OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses Stallions and Jacks To be Held at Husfonville KyeMarch 24 25 Write for Entry BlanKs Entries Close March 10th f The Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLC KENTUCKY f t + b it 411ti f f I E a r I The Journalw 1 Entered in the PuiOJfice at Stanford at ttconddau matter L N TINE TRBLE No Jl Month 1IJ PM NoStBouthll08 A X No It North CIO A Y No rf North 6W p x jti No IT 1047 A M lid tI 2CO r Y qJOS S RICE Agont The Truth Every person irvthis city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid foi external use All durgeists tcllZEMC t PENNYS DRUG STORE i A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD a KENTUCKY i ti Office ovorMciobert Drug Store in the Owsley Building i t M Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Tarnslt Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man r STANFORD KY Keildence Phone Mj pijleo M Insure with mo and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Its n hnndiomo large young Jersey Bull do icended from n long and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is Innd of Jersey England and America Ills alrp Is ono of bulls ever Imported v and his dnm Is a show cow that has given beisome Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his service lie will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out K side of our own herd this year for a fee of 3each Make engagement before sending y cow to be bred S OVrEIt Telephone 80 Stanford Ky w nWe have to offer three extra choice bull calVes that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You end find our Btnndard Remedy tile greatest blood und II ver medlcl no yetknown- Incnsoof Uheumatlsm Halt Hbeum Kid nor Trouble and all diseases arising from blood It has no equal It Is manu a t 3ilOOtthe temedY Is taken according to direction and If he or she Is not benefited by the ute of the Hemed we will refund your money pacings tee and mailing card with full Instructions We kund It tp any address by mall oh re ceipt of Iper package or six packages for 15 Iletler order a box today If token In time you might save a big doctors bill Jlemeuiber If you take tnfl accord ing to Instructions and are not benefited you get your drugastorestor will not find remedy In solo It Is sold only by our duly agents nU EN WILLIAMH Agent r 1 I IWo Buy Rc9 and e Feathers Tallow Beeswax Clascnc ColdenSe1YrllowRolMtyApple dementFLorin Wzed cudo better let yon thin agents cf crautMon merchants Reference son Dan ia Lannd Write lot wally prcolia foJ trillllies Fl GabclSons220EM rlelSt LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo 1VIcC1aryI I Undertaker Embalmer and f Dealer Jn Harness Saddlery 4 STANFORD KY I DC M Phone 1C7 Homel bone 6 I 4 I PARKERSDEPARTDNT FOR SALEcoedJersey cow and calf F M Long Foster farm FOR SALE Cultivated hemp seed 1903 crop J B Walker Richmond Ky J M Reynolds Sought of B W Gaines 19 bull calves for 4250 D 0 Lewis and J M Reynolds bought of various parties G3 stock hogs at 4Jc FOR SALE50 or 60 bushels of homegrown blue grass seed W A Coffey McKinney Ky At J P Harbeaona jack isle in Boyle 25 sold at 200 to 300 The sale was largely attended and entirely satis factory In every way FOR SALEA good combined mare eight years did kind and gentle and xa good looker Black in color and suita ble for family use Colonel Gooch Kingsville Ky FOR SALE Team of fouryearold horse mules l6 hands high extra ones Eight year old family horse an nineyearold family mare Charles Lutes Hustonvllle W G Rigney Bought of J B Leav ell a pair of hapdaomo bay horses 161 hands high five and six years old for 500 They have fine style and action Lancaster Record F M Hunt has bought the Smith farm of 22 acres from J H Swopo fo 7000 This Is the highest price tha Boylq county land has ever brought The land is unimproved Harrodsburg Herald FOR SALE1000 barrels of good sound corn 12 or 15 cars of timoth hay and a nice road horse heav enough for carriage or rockaway fou years old and gentle I S Tevis Shel by City Ky 4L No more loose sales of tobacco con trolled by the Planters Protective As sociation of Kentucky Tennessee noIItionnumber of directors last week F Walton the Lexb ington that about 25000000 pounds of the pooled crop sold last Fall at Win chester to the American Tobacco Com pany have been delivered The total pool sold aggregated between 60000 and 65000 hogsheads and Mr Walton estimates that all of this tobacco will bo delivered and paid Well Jimmie said tvisitor I understand you have a new baby here Yes said Jimmle Ho got here last night II Whom does he look like your fath er or your mother 7 asked the visitor We dont know yet said Jimmie He seems kind of undecided They tallme be has your fathers nose said the visitor Yes said Jimmie He has pas nose mas mouth and Aunt Sarah a ears and between you and me Im go ing to give him grandpas teeth Hi aint got any of Ills own and grandpas got two sets What Im afraid of that if they dont give em to him hell get mine and I need em in my busl nessThe cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fine In flavor and Is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from pure parched gralnsr malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug Store If the Congressmen want to do their printer constituency right they will put the government out of the business of doing commercial printing The public printing office is sending out clrcu tars saying it will print stamped envel opes at starvation prices The govern meat is rich and can afford these prices bqt the smaller offices cant make buckle and tongue meet when they try to cope with Uncle Sam Foloys Orlno Laxative cures consti pation and liver troublesnd makes the bowels healthy and regular Orlno is superior to pills and tablets as ltdoes not gripe or nauseate Why take anything else New Stanford Drug Co 0 +Senator Tillman announces that he will keep right after the president But is1 this not too goof to be true 7 Can we be assured that wo are to lose both the big stick and the pitchfork in the wilds of Africa 1 A tickling or dry oughcan bo quickly loosened with Dr Sboops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Adolph Metzer n wealthy soap manufacturer of EyansvUIe has offer ed the State 8000 to pay expenses during the first year for the establish iishment of a bureau for tho care of dumbanimalsThe Chrisney Sun Chnsney Ind- Ireventicsthose Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Try them once and see 1482oc Sold byPenny s Drug Store I do not wish the old year backI IfAllTbQcash 1 spent therein ray Missionary Movement Twentytweyear3 ago the Student Volunteer Movement came into being with the watchword liTho Evangelixa tion of the World In this Generation At that time the idea seemed to be vis I ionary and impossible The common notion was so vast was theundertaklnj generashowever believed that when Christ Bald Preach the gospel to every Crea tune to He meant His people in every age to do ittIn other words that it is the clear urgent duty of the present generation of Christians to carry or send the message of Christ to the entire non Christian world hour generation So great has been the change of view sjnce that time that practically all ot thq great missionary organizations of Christendom aro now making their estimates on the now basis which after nil Li the basis of the Apostolic church StudentdVolunteer Movement at 19Q6 thoscedthought of the Laymens Missionary Movement was planted by the Spirit in the mind of a young busi ness mart of the city of AS he saw 3000 students considering for several days their relation to the evangelization of the world this thought came to Kiwi If the laymen worldtas e students aro seeing it would rise up in their strength and pro vide all the funds needed for the enterprise The providential opportunity for monthsy therevangelization of the was in November In the Fifth Avenue Pres byterian church New York City One stormy afternoon with 75 laymen pre ent a series of resolutions was adopt LaymensoMlsslonarVMovementTho for investiga lion agitation and organization the in vestigation by laymen lit missionary conditions tho agitation by laymen of theorthe ministers and missionary boards in enlisting the whole church in its su prime work of saving the world The movement is denominational and inter denomlnationalnationalnndintcrnation al It has become anationnimovemenIn in Canada all the the United States the Presbyterians Methodists Baptists Reformed and Episcopal churches are organizing their forces Their interdenominational com mitten has sent out 50 prominent lay men throughout the world to study the conditions and the needs and They are returning from all lands an their reports will soon be published tc tho world to the church One great good that has come already is the different denominations deffnin their distinctive missionary responsibil sThe churches of the United States have assumed the responsi bility for 600000000 of tho 1600 mil lions of tho unevangelized people of the earth The United Presbyterian church has assumed tho responsibility for the evangelization of 15000000 Northern Presbyterian 100000000 Southern Presbyterian 25000000 Congregation al 75000000 Northern Baptist 61 000000 Northern Methodist 150000 000 Southern Methodist 40000000 Reformed 13000000 the churches of Candda 40000000 The First General Convention of any church was held at Birmingham Ala on Feb 1618 by tho Southern Presby terian church they being tho first to get thoroughly organized About 1000 laymenfrom every part of tho church were present together with hundreds of ministers to plan for the accomplish ment of the work of the church evan gelizing 25000000 souls It was the greatest and most important meeting that has ever been held in the history of the church To show the spirit and purpose of that body of laymen I will quote two out of a number of resolutions adopted In fear of God and in reliance upon Him for strength and wisdomto do Ills work we pledge our lives our talents and property for the evangelization of tho world In this generation and in pur suance of this purpose we promise to support the officers and courts of our church by our increased offerings per sonal efforts and prayers and to assist our pastors in their efforts to Inform Ipspiro and lead their congretations that they may take their true place as- a world force We earnestly recommend the ap polntment In every congregation of a strong Missionary Committee who will make it their chief worK to promote missionary intelligence and to lead their congregations to its highest financial and spiritual efficiency as a factor In making Christs kingdom universal The movement is spreading through out England Scotland Germany and Australia Ip June lJl0there will be hel in 1 Scotland an in terdenominational and International Convention In truth the Christian business men mean to glvo the same energy and intelligence to tho work of totheirthe evangelization of the world will bo no longer a dream J L Y Mrs John G South daughter of Sen ator William 0 Bradley secretary ot h ot Sponsors of the United StateeNavy liaar from Admir al George Dewey Rear Admiral W S Schley Rear Admiral Charles D Sigs bee and Rear Admiral Robloy D Evans their acceptances of invitations to attend the second annual meeting of the society at tho New Wlllard Hotel In Washington Saturday 27th Mrs South was instrumental the forma lion of the society and takes a great In terest In ita welfare She was sponsor at the christening of the battleshIp Kentucky during the time her father was governor of Kentucky Mrs South will attend the meeting and also remain in Washington to see her lather Installed as U S Senator and Taft as president on tho 1th of March Nicknames of States AlabamaCottonArkansasBear CaliforniaGolden StatetoColoradoCentennial State Delaware Blue lien State FloridaPeninsular State Georgia Cracker State IllinoisSucker State Indiana Hoosler State- KansasSunflower State- KentuckyBluegrass State Louisiana Pcncan State Maine Pine Tree State Maryland Old Limo State Massachusetts Bay State- MichiganWolverine State MississippiBayou State MinnesotaGopher State MontanaStub Too State Nevada Silver State New HampshireGranite State New JerseyJersey Blue State New YorkEmpire State North Carolina Old North State North Dakota Fllckertall State OhioBuckeye State Oregon Beaver State Pennsylvania Keystone State Rhode Island Little Rhody South CarolinaPalmetto State South Dakota Sinttlo Cat State Tennessee Big Bend State TexasLone Star State VermontGreen Mountain State Virginla01d Dominion State WashingtonChinook State West Virginia Panhandle State WisconsinBadger Sta- tePOSTED I Wewhoto names appear bIow strictly tor bId huutln nibluif or alt kind or ties 011 our 1InNs und will proiocutovl slate to tbo lull extent of till law Mr Walter Warren lln Mettle White 1 Wfitrter Hen J Martin M K Lawrence Tln ley Hpoonamor JH looker JMPettui T A Itloe JoxMih Ilallou MartydMeitr A Paxton Mrs It 1111111111- I Jame N Uaiu J Nertn Outer M II Mrs Jni Italnci J II Uamenltch JC1 Carpenter ThomnnKerrlll Jrf Oriain David llurton A I Tliompton Itldhardtun JlIIfIlgMiss Mottle llewes Helohenbnoh Ilros Fred Jliiu inoiiii A T Traylor Mlburiiaooch II 1lummer Will Hester IL Nunuuller J W llaughman J W ivck J K Bruce David HtoeHI JohnUampnUch WinLordlor UnnTrYlor M 1Elniori- olllhOllek Kred Ilandorf J Thompson II M Anderson J F closer Mr and MrfJni II gads A Kllmtn n Horton J J Elliott MnOro W It Daugherty Frank OonTlor flew KntherlxH IrC70Perry llaughnranUrlaltairs Murcarvt looeli Jamb dander leo U Hveni W II Trnylor Hnm Robert John Safer Amend Holmefer IJ Hofmnii- nKT lloaxluy A n 1 ftUwny LHOnrnur Mm J H Owjloy- M J Moruan II It Kn HT Hiirrlx IlUWatkIni JO Hnndley it U Crow Mrn NnnnlBllOooJ OK McOJur- oAudcrioiiCurr W M Dltbon Pied VotirtrfionlKan T I 11iiiuliiiinn Mrs KatpAilor Mo lluts Slrsltobecea11Qurpenlor 310LJOControl Kentucky Real Estate Exdijiiille TITLE CO bUrltJllkencnrcr out nice orchard This proper t1111 near church and 10hoolbouo is well worth the bleu IIx- NoTl5JacresmilesHouth of Oral Or chard on tho Juts n two tory houo good barn orchard and is well water ed 1 about 100 acres of this land U land and proditou lino crops A Imrgnin nt tlJO H cash balance In puu anil twoYg rs- 4oa118 acres on luck Oreck neatlY i lie burg 1rootii house barn and oilier tAH hullJlimi plenty of water Oath prigb4 ct1 No41eacres near Level Green Rock cattlo county Ky This bum hnr n now 2 ctory fraino uou o would cost to build now JJAW good barn crib die located scar church and icliool This It it nlcn liunie and cnn Ixi houghtfor JlO per tiara 1S cob roo tnaludcrln llmontlis No abtM acres adjoining the nlmvo farms lOODcrlln of4rooint barn and other oulbuJlllIlIgl nice orchard One of the best springs In coun ty Irlco tl00j half cash balance 1 and tyears No 6SJl acres adjoining fanny NOl 4 and I 1JO acres In cultivation hulnnce In ttm liar Good white oak hickory and some Inn cedar linn 3story log huso mid good orch ard t well watered Culls price No 7 SW acres near Mnretiburff Ky ICO acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessaryoutbuildings line water and school uhurch H H station Irlco IIjOO I Y cash balance In one and two years No 8211 acres near Conwayly1 nearly nil of this farm is for corn and ineadow very ld welling lioust now barn dud buildingson county road a miles from llwa College Cash prIce I000No PlJ acres on Drakes Creek 8 miles front Crab Orchard This farm ndolrn thus tIke and Is n of the Ceo Evan farm ThU Is fine lanllllOllln good condition all necessary liullUlnga This Is a bargain nt ISO pur acre NO 1078 acres near Htnnford Ky In nice shape with necessary bulldlngloto can bo bought worth the money For full particulars in regard to all the above forms seo or write n Hughes or James L White Htanford Ky Clearance Sale AH the Winter Goods must be sold at cost 1 CRAVENETTES 818 Coat now 1148 815 Coat nujy Il 48 12 60 Coatnow 8 48 810 Coat now O OS 820 Suit now 158 817 CO Suit now 12 48 815 Suit now 0 OS 812 60 Suits now 8 U8 810 Suit now G 48 87 50 Suit now 4 U8 85 Suit now 3 48 ALLWOOL OVERCOATSI 815 Coat now 89 18 812 50 Coat now 8 48 810 Coat nOW 0 08 87 60 Coat now I 08 85 Coat slow J 48 84 00 High Top Shoes 83 48 83 50 Shoes 82 OS GOo Jwurens Rubbers All reduced Accord My r SAM ROBINSONiSTANFORD KY Next Door to Lincoln County National Ba- nkGrowers I t 1 Tobacco 11 Stop at W II JUGGINS1 and aeo the 1JEM1S TrnolllantcrIfor Tobacco Tomato Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Ac rhoitransplanting can bo done when tha plants arc ready You do 1J not wait for rain as each plant is watered at the roots as set anti the roots are covered by dry firni dirt which can nOtliako anti which retains the moisture underneath It will pay you to investigate before setting Tourplantsv OI O WIH HIGGINS J Stanford Kentucky j the Lincoln count national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 j Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000- Si H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER I j W ROCHESTER TELLER H C C RrENTERBOOKKEEPERt J B Owsloy Stanford S If Shank Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Itan kin Lancaster J II Paxton Stnnfonl W H Trnylor Gilbert Creek R L Hubble 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