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Following la tho memorial adopted by tho Lincoln County nr rolatlvo to tho personal nnd professional character of Col. T. P. Hill, which was ordered, by .tho court, to bo' ypread upon tho ing modern adjudications for a sanction of its rules and was Impatient with tho lawyer, who, nfglcctlng tho ancient principles, first hastens to find n reported cose which seems to fit tho case un der consideration. To apply a principle to n fact; to dif-ferentfato between cases whero tho facts arc superficially alike though sub stantially different; to Invoko tho ap plication of n principle, fairly deduciblo from tho facts of ono case, to nnothcr case of many differing facts but which embraces ono similar and governing fact, wero among his favorite mental exercises. . STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. NEWS NOTES. Tho rivers and harbors hill, carrying an. appropriation of about 9,700.000, wbs passed by tho Senate. Lewis Young, aged t)7. a well-know- MARCH 2. 1000. MO. 103,' record: The death of Thomas Peyton Hill, which occurred at his homo In Stanford Dec. C, 1908. mark a notablo event In tho necrology of this bar Ills charac Rifta and professional attainments; his clear conception of elemental principles; tho exceptional lucidity of his expositions of what tho law is and what tho law should bo; his engaging person-nlitand charm of conversation; hisdo-votiohlmost chivalrous, to tho honor of his profession; his Jojalty to causo and client these aro part of tho things which Ravo promlncnco to his Ionic professional life, which attracted notice to his death, and which will servo to mako tho memory of him enduring. Mr. Hill was born Aug. 30, 1B2C. On the paternal side ho was of Catholic lineage. A rcmoto ancestor was a member of tho colony which, under tho patronage of Lord Baltimore, settled Maryland. During tho Revolutionary war some of tho descendants of this ancestor followed tho banner of John Salter Howard, of tho Maryland line, and others have slnco achieved distinction In law, theology and literature. On tho maternal side, ho was descended from tho Pcytons of Virginia, whose lives and character are interwoven with citizen and Confederate veteran of Versailles, dropped dead of apoplexy. Two mora Indiana counties, Carroll and Gibson, voted dry in local option elections Friday by largo majorities. Tho Urltish army estimates for 1909 and 1910 provido for a grand total of 801,973 twn, as compared to 799,010 men In 190809. Tho Nashvillo American has been sold to Milton H. Ochs nnd Thomas It. Preston, who will take chargo of tho paper, March 10. Mrs. W. K. Vandcrbilt, Sr has giv- en over $1,000,000 for tho erection of four model tenements for persons suffering from tuberculosis. Walter R. Day was sentenced to one year In tho pentitentiary at Jackson on a chargo of forging tho name of his uncle, Floyd Day, to a note. The voter of Rush county, Ind., decided against saloons by n majority of 2,009 In tho county option election held. Sixteen saloons are put out of business. Gov. Wfllson issued n proclamation fixing Friday, April 2, as Arbor Day in Kentucky. Ho urges public meetings in the schools and the planting of trees. Gen. Roger I). Williams, of Lexington, waa appointed an aide on Gen. J. Franklin Dell's staff in tho Taft inau- tr, IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Hoylc county has put a school tax of two cents on each $100. Mrs. John Dcntm, of Garrard, dropped dead whilo having a warm conversation with her neighbor. Thero are 400 men at work In tho machine shops and yards at Somerset and tho prospects look bettor as warm weather opproaches. Tho Stnto Regonts havo'.hought for $C0,000 Potter collego and about 110 acres of land. This settles tho location Howling Green. Charles McConnaghy, Indicted bank cashier of Monticollo, Ky., furnished $10,000 bond before United States Commissioner Menzies, In Covington. Mrs. Hetty Wells, of Russell ', county, was boiling sugar water when her clothing caught fire, and sho was so badly burned thtt sho died a day later. Four brothers, Sherman, Nathan, Zach and Pearl Olanton, wero taken to London nnd lodged in the Laurel coun ty jail on a chargo of murdering ;IRich ard Wanton in Harlan county. of Dr. R. M. O'Rear. Judge O'Rear, will move from his home at Danville, to Mr.. Sterling, where ho will spend his remaining days.J Dr. O'Rear has been a resident of Danville for many years. Detectives of the Q. & C. railroad made a capturo at Somerset that is ono of the most uniquo in years. The prisoner is Leo Jones, 12 years old. He Is charged with trying to wreck trains, barn burning and killing stock. While tearing down tho old residence on tho Nathan Ross place, near Paint Lick, Garrard county, II. S. Hcnslcy, of Harlan county, who recently purchased the place, discovered under the 0 hearthstone a tin box containing in United States money. $1,000 in Confederate money, a Colt's revolver and diamonds valued at from $2,000 to $5,000. In addition there were a number of old.'notes found, most of which were out of date. It is Tsupposed the things wero hidden during the Civil war nnd forgotten, or that their owner was slain in battle. half-broth$22,-00- rT&O'ls KVj at y Ho had no fondness for political life n, or public stations. He had decided and enlightened vlowa on jwlit leal questions chiefly on thoso which involveil an in terpretation of tho powers of government. Questions of mcro expediency rarely elicited his Interest. In respect to thoso amenities and so cial relations Which should ever obtain among tho members of the bar and tho court, ho was facii.k miNCETS. Envy did not lurk In his bosom. Detraction did not pass his lips. Consldcrato of every ono's right; lenient toward every ono's fault; patient with every ono's caprico, tender, merciful and forgiving, tho light of moro than a half century was tjirncd upon his professional career without revealing a moral or social blot to mar tho beauty of tho edifice his ge nius and humanity built. Tailor-Ma- de Clothing. i i with C51, which is a loss as compared to Missouri ico. January, 1908, of $1,312,353. engage In the practice, but soon to Theodore Harris and Miss Margaret Uarkerton, Cumberland county, a in Kentucky, located in Vane county! Harmon, of Hoylc, wero united in mar white man was found dead county, where ho was apKlntcd of the bride's par in tho river with a hole in tho back of inence ne riage at tho homo in the year ISIS attorney Tho Secret of Long: Life. his head. Ho was a stranger and tho moved to Pulaski county, where he ents. A French sclontlst lias discovered At Cincinnati last week Mr. Patrick body has not ben identified practiced with success until about 16M, method W. Whlpp. ot this place, and Miss Suits have ueen filed in Little Rock, ono secret of long life. Ills when ho returned to Lincoln county, deals with tho Wood Dutj long ago his Mnyme Tilford, of Liberty, surprised Ark., against several big packing-hous- e whero he lived continuously until many friends by marrying. Mr. companies, asking penalties aggregat millions of Americans had proed death. In 1605 he formed a partnership their recently lived at Liberty, ing $3,300,000 from ench for alleged Electric Hitters prolongs HfeJ and Alcorn, which continued un- Whlpp, until with J. W. enbut is now connected with the Stanford violation of the State unti-trumulaws. makes it worth living. It purifies, til 1837, when it was dissolved by Drug Co. He is a most excellent genriches and vitalize tho blood, reAt Salem, Ark., while waiting trial tual consent. Thereafter ho entered tleman and very popular with our peo on a chargo of seduction J. W. Jones, a builds wasted ncrvo colls, Imparts life partnership with Him. P. M. his bride is a lovely nnd ac merchant of Mammoth Springs, was and tone to tho entire system. Its! a which was dissolved in 1901 ple, while complished voung woman and Is ono of stabbed and fatally wounded by Miss godsend to weak, sick nnd debilitated by Mr. Hill's retirement, not from inLiberty's most charming ladies. Their Lizzie Kissee, the plaintiff in the case. people. "KIdnoy trouble had blighted -firmity but only because ho had reachSd -- "" 5 in many friends here extend congratula By a contribution of $300 from John mv life for months," writes W. M. ed that period of life when men who meAf'A tions and wish for them all the joy that D. Rockefeller, who Is in Lexington, Sherman, of Cushlng, Mo., "butElec-tri- e havo earned a competency prefer to Hitters cured me entirely." Only can come to ft happily wedded pair. Richmond, Husars, one of the South's ennio from active labor. Though de- Mr. William H. Reynolds and Miss oldest military companies, will bo en 50o. at Penny's Drug Store. rllnlnp professional employment, he daughter of Mr. abled to participate In tho inaugural Inilv nt the oirict; of his lato part Georgia, the pretty The Owensbpro Messenger has this a lively. ami Mrs. Chas. Cravens wero quietly parade in Washington, ner and habitually manifested eulogy of President Patterson, which nt tho bndo's home, Thursday W. Vernon uooth, president of A. we heartily endorse. Tho grand old interest in tho proceduro of tho court. married Rev. W. S Booth & Co., tho fish trust, man has done a great work nnd is deDurine the wholo ueriod of his retire afternoon at 3 1'. M., bv acHustonville. They were which went into tho hands of a re- serving of the praise and affection of ment and until denth had almost laid its Willis, of by Mr. James Cravens, Miss ceiver last September, and F. R. Rob- peoplojof tho State. Tho pa hand u;on him, his counsel was sought companied Cravens nnd bins, former assistant treasurer of the tho entire hv nnii frcelv civen to members of his Mary Reynolds. Mr. Fred per says: "After nearly 40 years of Miss Iir.i Reynolds, brothers and sis company, were indicted at Chicago. nrnfrsMon. unremitting laborin building up the Miss bridu and bridegroom. The opening of tho ninth annual One of the most noted trail oi nvs ters of tho Collego at Lexington, Prof. gowned in a trat cling suit tournament of tho American Howling State s1" charicter, and tho one by which he will Cravens' was James K. Patterson is to bo relieved of blno und her beauty never showed Congress took placo at the Duqucsne -8 :w be most affectionately remembered by of ,1 some of tho details of this great work Emm1 J advantage while tho groom is Gardens in Pittsburg Saturday night. 1' his Juniors, was his sincero and unseb to better by others who are associated with him. oung farmer and Industrious Theru are 2,730 entries, which is larger Probably no man in Kentucky has done fish interest In young men as they en- n clover End. Immediately after than tho entry list ut Cincinnati last the tered on tho study of the law. It is of tho West as much for tho Commonwealth, tho ceremony tho bridal party drovq to year. likely true, that excepting tho profesgreat institution of which ho has been Misses night tho A resolution was introduced in the so long tho supremo head is a monusors in Colleges of Law, no Kentucky his home. Saturday will entertain in honor of Mr, House by Representative Gaines, of lawyer over taught as many young men, Reynolds Reynolds". ment to his genius andunfaggingzeal." A FltlENO. Tennessee, directing tho Committee on It is also likely true, that but few, if and Mrs. Hexamothy lone tetramine Juidiciary to report a bill creating n any, lawyers In Kentucky taught their Onions. A very large portion of the Department of National Highways and Tho abovo is tho name ot a German pupila more accurately, ussiduously ot thoroughly than he. His knowledge of lands contuguous to tho Queen & Cres- Good Roads to bo presided over by a chemical, which U ono of tho many vnlujblo Inurcdlents of Foley's KId member of the Cabinet. tho common law was broad nnd deep cent Route and the St. s Hoxamethylenetetra-mlnoland built upon its history. His under, lines well adapted to tho producing of Thu stitement of tho New York noy Remedy. banks for the past week recognized by medical text standing of the science of pleading, onions on a commercial scule. Tho on clearing-hous- e keepthat touchstone of precision and clear ion is nlways In demand, is a good unlike shows that the banks hold $13,879,975 books and authorities as a urle nold moro the requirements of tho 25 per solvent and antiseptic for the urine. thinking, was exact. The Jurisprudence er when properly cured, and by tho cent reserve rule. This is an increase Tako Foley's Kidney Uomedy as soon of Equity ho learned from tho masters, many other products can bo held und in tho proportionate cash us you notlco uay irregularities, and ho was able to contrlbuto to its: grower until tho market prices meet of his views. reserve ua compared with" thu previous avoid a serious malady Isow Stan- symmetry and growth. Tho requirements for onion growing w eek. Ilecauso of his surpassing owor as a ford Drug.Co. KLECTKIC RANGES Tho Range to luiy; n full favor; u money maker public Bpeakcr, made all tho more Im- aro rich soil, (and every good farmer Capt. Hamilton iiutchings, who was It is Btated that Senator Forakcr will tho best baker. , A.irgo lino of select from itutl wo will appreciate a call. pressive by his musical, well modulated keeps his soil rich) good preparation pf rclieveJ of command of tho Kearsago clean and shaltho succession of Senator Dick voice, tho difilinctncss of his articu- tho Boll beforo slanting, beforo tho fleet sailed from Gibraltar, try for Hurton to help him. Tho lation, the richness of his imagery com- low cultivation and proper curing. is to be examined by a medical board. with Senator Tho varieties grown should bo either No charges lmvo been mado against Ohio situations aro always interesting. bined with u magnetism which thrilled and is an audlenco like an electric current, ho white or yllow tMt, beceuso these him and Admiral Sperry acted on tho Senator Forakcr lis a lighter chafing under his recent defeat. bring better prico on the general mar- captain's request. will possibly bo best remembered by His mental and tho public as on orator. Hi) brethren ket than the red skin aorta. Tho time physical condition Is said to bo pitiable, Pneumonia Follows LaGrlppe of tho profession, however, lone knew of planting depends upon tho climcto Reports from all parts of tho State Pneumonia often follows la grippe Growers In the middle that his highest powers wero displayed conditions. indicate that tho recent rain was tho follows tbo uso of, Foley's in unornate and severe. logic. Tho fault north who can put their product on the heaviest downpour in tho history of but never Tur, for la grlppo coughs Honey und was that, some- market early in July will generally of his mental charctcr tho State. Every river and creek was and deepsoated colds. Hofuso uny times, In tho fervor of advocacy beforo cutch tho high prices. overflowed nnd great damage has been but the genuine In tho yellow packajjo. isa jury, his rich imagination caused him Tho Agricultural Department has done to logging interests In tho mounStanfordJDrug Co. Now to momentarilv neglect tho prosaic syl- sued a booklet, "How To Grow Onions' tains. Along the lowlands of all tho New to farmers living logism of his argument. In discussion which will be mailed Boveridgo Is absent from Senator Lines and streams thu residents were forced to -- VIAtho purpose beforo the court, his reasoning was along tho St. move and the fall in tho temperature Concress. it is claimed, for His capacity Queen & Crescent Route on application strong and substantial. suffering. of avoiding to report the Statehood bill. occasioned considerable for analysis waa extraordinary. With to W. M. Uambcrge, Agricultural If this is true, the Indiana statesman is Lexington, Ky. skill which evinced both strategic and a deserving oftull and more of tho cenWashington Oneo Gave Up tactical power, ho was capablo of sepasure that ho is receiving. Don't drug the Stomach, or stimu- to three doctors; was kopt in bed for rating a proposition Into iU elements, Many aspld-or'- s Pains of womon, head pains, or any aud then, as tho exigency might de- lus tho Heart or Kidnuys. That Is five weeks, Hlood poison from blto caused large, deep sores to pain stopped lu 20 minutes suro, with parts or wrong. It Is tho weak norves that aro mand, assail the separated TicXets Coed Bstrnmlaif Until Hay 31st, 1M9 Tablets, See combine them for an impregnable de- crying out for help. VltalUo theso cover his leg. Tno doctors failed, then Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain 'IJucklen's Arnica Salvo completely full formula on 25c. Hox. Sold by weak lnsida controlling nerves with Writ, tot rates and (older. K. C. KING. C.T.A.. 101 E. Mala St., LttlnfLn. tw. fense. Washington, Penny's Drug Storo After tho manner of the beat lawyers Dr. Snoop's Restorative, and sco bow cuiedmo," writes John eczema, boils of tho early period, he adhered tenac- quickly good bealthwlll couie to you of Hosqueville, Tex. for Rear Admiral Samuel R. Franklin, Vntrrci fcCEKSKxrrcsaKnEts : fundamentals or tho com- again. Test It and seo I Sold.by Pen- burns and piles Us supreme. 25o at retired, died in Washington. iously to tho Penny's Drug Store. mon lav. He was not given to search ny's prugStjoro. n license. Mr. Hill moved the history of that ancient Commonwealth. Mr. Hill was prepared for tho prac-tlc- o of law under the tutelage of Hon. John Kincaid, of Lincoln county, himself justly esteemed as one of tho 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. Uon procuring MATRIMONIAL. . and Miss Jennie John Hazlott. oek. Walls, 10, wero made ono last Wm. II. Reynolds, 24, and Hiss ucor- gia Cravens, 1C, wero married 'Thurs day- . . . W. M. Haxlett, a widower of CO, and Miss Sallio Doss, 37, were, married last week. At the ago of 90 years Juan Landeta, mumeu a Spanish Dolores Upblna, IS years old, in Mex gural parade, representing Kentucky. Ten persons were killed and 17 injur- You will find 500 samples on our counters, ed at Hamburg through tho splitting of a gangway between the wharf and the steamer Kaiserin Augusto Victoria. Two hundred and fifty employes of tho Terre Haute, Ind., Urowing Company went out on a strike ns n result of failuro to come to an agreement on the terns of a new contract. Tho monthly statement of tho collections of Internal revenue shows tho to tal receipts for January wero $18,359,- - from which you can make a selection for a Tailor-Mad- e 4 vSuit. Sat--isfact- n J We have the latest'styles and patterns. ion guaranteed. No fit; no sale. rt Cummins & Wearen, ,t'; STANFORD. KENTUCKY. in-t- o BMiiioasttiMki ""'.'" "'' 'fl-J-"--?'-- wi,'"HBHSej!LsiWBSLrff r ''lipiiiiM nTMMnifr-- e GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. l.iUU!,.1 GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets on Sale o QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE To Points South and Southeast JtsHLuk k. nttfJtjajminJn ' ki .,...ilLJ. ' ,.... ftMtkv,J!.W ' .JJ&. - V. ll .j.. - "ti v tw ." p"-- ' T' wifti " 'pyy u i r. Chicago still remains tho healthiest American clly of moro than 350,000 Inhabitants, according to the annual reE. C. WALTON port of the Chicago Health Department. Its death rate from all causes is 14 10 CHARLES A. HARDIN, ptr 1,000. The Windy City also carries of .Mrrwrconntjr.lt n candidate for Com- tho pennant for having moro monwealth's Attorney of thin, th tsth tllntrlct, subject to the nctlon of the women than any other city on terra democratic party. firms. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., n candidate for circuit Judge of this, the Is In San Domingo they havo a good nth district, subject to the action of the way of curing an embezzling official. Democratic parly. They promptly cut his head off and ho M. C. 8AUFLEY never Bins again. A fellow appeared Is n candidate for circuit Judge, of this, the $650,000 behind and he was dead In n Wth Judicial district. subject to the nctlon few hours. In Kentucky it is tho poor of the Democratic parly. devil who steals apittaco that feels tho elTecta of the law. The Interior Journal. CHURCH MATTERS. preach at Eld. J. Q. Ltvlngstontwill iloldam'a Mill next Sunday clock. at 11 o'- Alfalfa, hogs and rattle come to Duller To. He nd fur list of Improved farms. Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Kni. If You Want To Crow Corn, big-foot- Democratic Ticket. KorHlatoRcnntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Kcprcsentntlvc. W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY ForJConnty Attorney, W. S.'BURCH rate Mr. Knox will get $500 tors. moro for being Secretary of State than Senator, which will at least furnish his AT ftny wero 173 members at tho Christian church Sunday school Sunday morning. Eld. J. Q. Montgomery will preach at McCormack'a church on tho fourth Lord's day in each month this year at 11 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. A grand rally service will bo held at tho Christian church next Thursday night in tho interest of law and order. Revs. J. V. West and Joseph Severance will speak. Every good citizen is expected to bo present and enjoy this Passervice. Ladies, bring tho men. There The sJeteafi North Prlte SMattrlum, Ijncater Hlreet, Stanford, Kentucky. for Treatment of Diseases of the Kye, Noe, Ilectal Throat, Kar, (lenlto-t'rlnnrNervous Hystriu nnd Hurgery, MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. M. K. A A.M.wlll meet In statist communication on each tint nnd T::i third Mnndny nights of ench month, ntMan-fon- t, o'clock In their hnllon Main street, Ky. Memliers of sister lodges nre fraternally ln Itnl to lm present. (). 1 1'enny, W. M.,T. W l'enntngton.Hec. The Boys' Chance. Just to keep things a little lively for a few special things in more weeks, we are going to put on sale some Revolts At Cold Steel. NOTICE1 Notice I horeby ghen that nil Lincoln county tionds of series "II," Issued March I. 1W. redeemable In 1.1 years with privilege of paying In luyenrs from said date, will lie imidou the 1st day of March, IKV, on presentation to the Lincoln Oounty National Hank nnd that Interest on same will slop after said date. Total amount I ISA". This Jan. II Ipm, JnmcsMcKtchnte, (I. II. Cooper mid W. 8, Ilurch.Ooinmlttee. I 5 i "Your only hope," said thrco doctors to Mrs. M. V.. Fisher, Detroit, POLITICAL. Mich, Buttering from severe rcctaltrou-bio- , lies in an operation," "then I The South Dakota House passed tho used Dr. King's New Llfo I'llls," sho Senato equal suffrage bill. writes, "till wholly cured." They Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, vetoed tho prevent Appendicitis, euro Constipabill legalizing Sunday baso ball. n tion, Hoadacho. 2oc. at Penny's Drug Gov. Patterson was introduced as For Circuit Clerk, witness in the Cooper trial at Nashville. Store. . m J, D. SOPE Chris I Mueller. of Louisville, who Mrs. Benham Why did you marry bolted Gov. (Beckham for tho Senate, me 7 ForHherltr, died at his homcSunday. v. l. Mccarty Benham I'll tell vou Tho death of one of their members Mrs. Benham Why not For County Court Ulerk, has left the Republicans without a maBenham I've got to find out myself GEORGE B.COOPER first. jority in tho Missouri House. For Jailer, Tho Brollev bill, legalizing tho play Foley's Honey and Tar clears tho DINK FARMER ing of baseballlon Sunday, passed the air passages, stops the irritation In For Assessor, Indiana Senateiby a vote of 30 to 18. tho throat. Soothes tho Inflamed JOHN C. PEPPLES Mavor Tom L. Johnson, of Cleveland, membranes, and tho most lobatlnato ForHuperlntendent of Hchoolt, has officially notified tho Ohio Supreme cough disappears. Soro and lnllamcd GARLAND SINGLETON of his intention to become a lawCourt lungs arohealed and strengthened, and yer. For Coroner, the cold Is expelled from tho system. GEORGE P. BRIGHT It is said that): Franklin MacVcagh, Refuse nny but the gcnulno in tho yelof Chicago, has been offered and has low package. New Stanford Drug Co, For Magistrate Htnnford District, accepted the Treasury portfolio tender JAMES McKECHNIE John Junkcn, the Negro accused of ed by Mr. Taft. For Constnble Htnnford District, The final week of tho Indiana Legis- the murder of Miss Clara Rosen at I. M. BRUCE la., has confessed his crime lature will'sce bitter fights on tho and said he planned it whilo confined in For Magistrate Crab Orchard District, tho county option law and Sun- tho penitentiary at Fort Madison. J. WARD MOORE day baseball bill. For Magistrate Huston llle District. The military; academy appropriation Eczema is Curable I. K HELM, SR bill was reported to tho Senate SaturZEMO, a scientific preparation fot day. It carries"$2.541,421, an addi- external use. Stops itching instantly For Constable llustonvllle District, tion of $18,000 over the amount of the and destroys the germs that cause skin L. E. TRUE diseases. Ecxema cjickly yields and it b',11 as it was passed by theHouse. For Magistrate Wnynesburg District, permanently cured by this remarkable J. O. Carter, for many years a prom medicine. All Druggists. Write for samJOHN M. CAMDEM inent figure in the business and polit- ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Ma For Conitablo WnynesburR District, ical life of the Hawaiian Islands, is Penny's Drug Storo. JOHN G. BAUGH d;ad in Honolulu. Hejwas adviser to Queen Lilijokalani at the timo the - Notice Poultry Raisers ! Senator McCkeaby will not resid0 monarchy was overthrown. in Washington, New York or any other Representative Ollie James, of Kenfeed jour fowls metropolitan center after March 4, when tucky, criticised the tpassage of the a Now Is the time of )enr to Cholera, (.apes, good tonic, cures Itoup, canker He a preentle Itnnd Llmherueck, when fcl nt in the House. his term expires. Some of the reports Brownsville bill not only keeps them healthy even take the Senator on a long Euro said that President Roosevelt had but makes them lay. I'rlce ft) cents, no cure, d pean trip. Tho Senator is going back on his original position by j our druggist, Geo. U no pay, guaranteed lVnny, try It under guarantee, Askfor booklet on dl.tnses to his old Kentucky home to live among and that the measure provided a "re- - thepoultry. of the people he has bo faithfully served wardlfor crime." in his long congressional career. He The passage of the agricultural apsays: "A few weeks after Congress propriation bill by tho Senate Friday adjourns I will return to Richmond, followed an i extended debate on the llalng sold uiyfarm, I wlllolTer for sale Ky., and my residence will bo in the forestry service, whichjioccupied the at the Tim Hutchison place near Highland on State and county and town where I was entire session. As passed the measure Fill DAY, MAUCII. K, 1IM. property: at 10 a.m., born and reared, and where I have so appropriated $13,075,716, which is an Sgood workthe followlngdescrllied new mares. :i milk cows often been honored and whose people I increase of $191,890 over the bill as unuon. farming tool, lot of corn nnd foddir, household mid kitchen furniture, love so well. I shall occupy the same passed by theJHouse. orpin, ioi ot en n mil iruit, ; or The eightJDemocrotic Senators who pounus or iuicoii nnu otuer mings loo home in which I have lived for many numerous to mviuion. years. I am satisfied with my religion, Friday broke the quorum in the TenTerms uuulu know n on day of sale. J. A HOI.IiAH my politics and my home, andI do not nessee Legislature and fled to KenP.O. Wnynesburg, II. K.I). No. 1. desire to change either, and I shall tucky to prevent their arrest, have stand ready to help my friends and abandoned their intention of returning Clothes shall always take an interest in prog- to Nashville Monday, and say they will When ress, politics and education, and in ev remain in Hopkinsville until the Genmeasure taken ly Assistant Hue)Our Then our clothes, n tailor of low erything that will advance or benefit eral Assembly adjourns. whether u Yeaman arrived urlev business suit or the finest ercnlmr Kentucky, to'whosc people I shall al Sargeant-at-Arm- s clothes, will hn that lndUldnallt) and fit and is (keeping the Sena- which plainly Indicate they were mado to ways be grateful for the cordial friend' here measure, taae Tho jour for extra i wiuniso fuuc) jour measship and the hearty support extended tors under strict) surveillance. trousers, ure ets, top held a long conference coats mid omtcouU. Knlluml Winter samto me for many years." ples on hand ready for our lnvctlon. with Gov. Patterson's private secretary II. O. IIUI'I.KY. The Tailor. The editor of the Glasgow Times pre and with Austin IPeay, his political (Stanford, Ky. dicts that Judge O'Kear, of the court manager. of appeals, will be the next republican ! Different TreesjAre the Answers. candidate for governor, and that he will run on a State-wid- o prohibition A printing and paper concern burned, platform. This may be true, but it is and everything connected with it can The safest, surest nnd most adequate safeguard for the future Is n policy In written in the stars that Kentucky is be answered by the names of different now enduring her last republican govThe Mutual Benefit Life trees, as follows: ernor. Caleb Powers and assassination By whom was building set on fire? Insurance Co. generally, have already had too wide a What was first seen? What was the It Is conspicuous for economical mnnnge-men- t, range. liberality of Its policy eontrncts, fair quickest article to burn? Sambo looking dealing Its member and large returns on said to Dinah? After fire what was toiiollcy with holders. The country breathes easier. The manager's wife doing? What will the The company Is Just entering the men on the bond of Beach Hargis, who SIXTY FOURTH YEAR poor news boy do? How many of the is charged with the murder of his fathof a fire force proved heroes? Who was the policysuccessful business career with more holders In Lincoln county than er, Judge James Hargis, surrendered combined. Write for lost boy calling during fire? After all other companies age particulars, slating and whether marhim to the Breathitt county officers many days one said to another, "Hear ried or single to he was arrested and taken to the and It. M. NKWliAND. Hpeclal Agt. Myers House Flats, Htanford. jail at Irvine to await his second trial about fire?" After all was over what J nines I, While. did they find? The first one giving the Hollcltor for ltockcastle Co. in April. The first trial resulted in a correct answers to the above will be hungljury. presented with a years's subscription tn the Interiok Journal Name Mill, Elevater, Resilience and Miss Auce Lloyd has severed her of the winner will appear in our issue Land Fer Sale! connection with the Burley Tobacco of Tuesday, May 9. Association. The association will show Soldier Balks Death Plot. s This mill property, known as the itself most ungrateful if it does not lllu Holler Mills, Is u thoroughly It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war equipped plant with a capacity of fin barrels substantially reward her. She has done (fully, far moro than the night riders in bring- veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot of HourThe plantbesides meal and (Iraham Hour, Is existed between a desperate lung trou- ducing brands that In dally operation, proa repututlon not ha ing about an adjustment of affairs. excelled by uny. The Kleator wasbullt In ble and the gravo to cause his death. 1UI7, has a capacity of X)JM bushels and l A dozen or moreof Senator W. 0. "I contracted a stubborn cold," he equipped with the lute.t linprovtd business was establish) d In PCtkund Bradley's Lancaster friends will ac- writes, "that developed a cough that and Is In good faor with a large, steady prolltable stuck to me, In spite of all remedies, andhe residence trade,new twostory, 10 room company him to tho Capitol City, think'1 Ua all forjears. My weight ran down to 130 frame with corn-cri- necessary outhouses, barn ing possibly he might get off ut buggyshed, etc., all In good Alexandria or somo other pounds. Then I began to use Dr. u lot liiKtet front by K5 feet diep, by large maple., King's New Discovery, which restored lawn beautifully shaded around way station and proceed to representluuftet of colonial poruli front and my health completely. I now weigh sides of house. One of the most comfortable ing them then and there. and desirable homes 111 Marlon County. At19 pounds " For severe Colds, tached to this Is it plot of about II acres of II no it hottuui C0NGHES9 has appropriated $137,000,-00- 0 Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asth- the verynone better In theland, than which there Is Mate. for tho navy, 1103,000,000 for the ma, and to prevent Pneumonia it's The whole property lies together In the edge of the town of HriidfordsMlle. Ky.,u army and $100,000,000 for the pension- unrivaled. 60c and 91. Trial bottle beautiful lllago with good churches and II) ers. For a pcacoful nation this seems freo. Guaranteed by Penny' Drug school, In the alley of the Uolllng Marion miles from lAbanoii,Ky. the seut of County, where the nearest mill Is located, to bo going somo for wars past and Storo. and where this mill has a good trade. This scarcely prospective. Yesterday marked tho beginning of It an unusual opportunity for a handsome hoiuuaudaprolltnble.wellvstabllshed busithe seventh week of tho Cooper-Shar- p whole ness. will bo sold to the bidder the premises, It begins to look like every member trial ut Nashville. It will probably bo highestThe onproierty WKDNKHDAY, MAIIUII 10TII. 11),' of the next Legislature will bo a candi- two weeks before the evidence is con. eluded, and then sale. Terms madu known mi at a date for speaker. However, somo who of oratory, as thethere will bo for week dayKxecutort Kor further Information, call of sale. attorneys both uu or auuress, announcing aro only talking thro' aides have indicated that they will are make T. U.A II, K.Tcuhumi. Kiecutors, their hats to get talked about. some speeches. lirutifordsTllle, Ky, wife pin money. a, back-tracke- Boys' Clothing 50-ce- nt '4 B. D. CARTER. Now Llvorv at a rediculously low price. 50 pairs of boys' knee pants at 25 cents; Dopot Stroot, Phone OO, knee pants at 35 cents, and a few pair of $1 and $1.50 one at 75 CONCRETING cents, $2.50 suits at 1.50,the $3 Suits are reduced to $1.90, a fine lot of $3.50 and $4 We are In position to do all kinds of creting, such as lllock Work, Pavements suits at $2.50 each, a few $5 ones left at nnd, In fact, we can make nny thing from n house down ton fence ost. Wu cnu sern you promptly nnd guarantee work nnd material. Call and get our prices $3.50, $7.50 ones at $5 and the $10 ones at before you buy jour material at least $7. These are plums worth your picking and PHILLIPS BROS., you better do your picking quick. Stanford, Ky. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 75-cent of boys' 50 and con- tlrst-claa- s Mahony & Rankin, These Prices Must Be Cash. INSURANCE, Fire, Life, and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Accident H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PUBLIC SALE! waiting idays forjuur money, llefore suring, call on Klght of the leading coinpanle. of the world represented. Uiiih'u1ii rales with all thecompnules of the world. record unsurpassed. Neer had n lawsuit In the history of this agenc). promptly paid mid without discount No M 52 E233HeS33333333ISi 3 Ues In- MAHONY & RANKIN, The Insurance Men of Stanford. New Ledgers, Journals And gj Cash Books H two-ho- -e 1 Cough Caution nerer rolson your lunrs. If yoa cough even from a ilmrls cola only jou should alsrsysheal. soothe, and rase the Irritated bronIt with St chial tabu. Don't blindly stupefying poison. It's strange how ny tlilnti finally Some about. For twenty years Ir Bhoop has constantly warnM people, not to take cough mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium. little Chloroform, or similar poisons And now Ute though Congress sars "Put It en thelsUd, I NeTer, poritlrely sur-sre- Ml Ordering (JJ In Great Variety of Styles and Prices. pQ 92 In Fact a Very Complete W Line of Stationery Generally. r Safeguard the Future law be on the label. And It's not only sale, but 11 Is said tn be br those that know It best, a trulr remarkable rough remedy. Take no chance then, particularly with your children. InsUton having Dr. bhoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully the Dr. Shoop package with others and now the difference. No poison marks therel You can always be on the sale slds by demanding If poisons am In your Cough Mixture." flood Very good II HereafterforthlsTerjrwksonmothers. and others, should Insist on baling Dr. Bhoop's Coush Cure. No poison marks on Dr. hhoop's labels anil none in Die medietas, elsa It must by j Cough Cure PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's STORE. w TSf PFNNY'S "DDIir. STODF - -" w.-w.fc.- , da j Stanford, Kentucky, HENRY Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs. Hens lie. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier-Journal Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to lOc. f Hrnd-ford- Turkeys 12 to 14c. Scrap Iron. erf Guineas 20c a Piece. Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE I saw- Ducks !Otol0 Geese 6 to 7c. 1- -2c. . .AND. EGGS FOR SALE ! Char-lottsvill- e, The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YKAU FOR- - power holler unci engine ami mill fur sale. Will sell either or both. UllAH. K.MtHMN.Ottenhelin, Ky. I'ostonice, WnyuesburK, Ky. Thoroughbred H. V, llrown Leghorn eggs, from selected stock, UUHMKM. MIOWN, Htnnford. Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. seitlsillrtct to farmers ut lowest wholesale Wu ship U'st quality Held nut! Harden 1 desire to sell privately my stock of ceriesnnd Hardware. loliin n good dro. u'cu ulKiut H.UI0. lUasoit w.'" III health, OKO. 1). HOl'l'Klt.Hlanford, Ky. hutl-.".'.'." ONLY $I.50s Few people In tbenlted Btates baro not prices. I We sell cloxers. unities, seed oats, seed Democratic beard of the Courier-Journa- l. corn, ciiue seed, millet, cow eiis,sJn liemis, In all things, fair In all things, clean In all IK), mvvi iHMiuue., cuuoiiKV pinilis, The farm of things, It Is essentially a family paper, Hy IMuuui. tomato slips, onion sets, garden laud, lying ouu140 acres, ofiiood blue grass mllu North of McKliiuey.ou Im'ihis. uardeli Deas. all kinds a special arrangement wo are enabled to of miditower seeds, laud plaster Harden. Held the Htanford pike. Improvements and and fertilisono ers. Write us for prices and suiuplts, Htute fencing good; plenty nt water and fruit. fer the WEEKLV COUUIKU-OUltNA- L Also 11 acres of timbered land one mile vi hat ou wunt. year and this paper for the price named Kastof McKliineyt bait under fence ; plenty NAWH VII.I.K HHKDOO.. of water and good tobacco land. Heu grow-ngcro- p. (or the comabore. 8end your subscription nil Hecond Ave.. North, J, A.UIVKNH.Agmit, a bination to us not tc the Oourlr-Jorilasktllle, Tvaa. McXlooey, Ky. FARM FOR SALE sr . M'i mi. ,n '. n iwn MnK'wwn,, JW f Important Notice " To 3jc 3o rc grmlo nt IJc grnilo nt ,3 Half Cent Off On These. 2c 1c ac.v Tobacco Growers. We have jiiit placed on ealc a Into iliipmcnt of Tobacco Cnnvnos nt reduced price?, should havo been hero HO ilnyg ngo. On nccount of tho Into shipment wo will elenn grmlo nt 2c. '2c grnilo nt 1 Jc 3c grndc nt 2J.c grnde nt 3Jc. up this lot nt reduced prices. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTAnroiiD, Hex coal is guaranteed. Dciiham Bros. AN abundanco & SON. French cleaned. Cook & STANEORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. Try It. Ky., - of brown paper for milk. Maiich 2, 1009 salo at this oflicc. Wanted, New assortment of local view cards at Penny's Drue Store. SoMP. very special K)St n good form hand to HK3, Address Box t Look at our Bungalo dinnor sets nnd bnrualna In Ilox Paper, but tho supply is limited. Ask Bungalo toilet sets. W. II. Higgins. mi mi m to seo them. Penny's Drue Store. Have you tried that good Hex coal yet? You can find it nt Denham'a m mm Stanford, Ky. "personals. Is A. G. ville. Eastland up from Louis- yard. m Mrs. Annik Holtzclaw quite sick. J. E. Nbvius was over from Fon Sale. A has been able engine and boiler. Stanford. Lincas-te- r power portJ. It. Powell, Miss Elizabeth Allen, of Millers-burKy., was a conspicuous figure at Fresh buttermilk and cream daily nt tho beautifully appointed 4 o'clock tea given in her honor by Mrs. E. II. Derion, Kfnehart's: It. of Vinton place, Tuesday afternoon. MAsqUKRADE rink Friday night next. Gowned in yellow messaline silk trim $!i to winner. med with gold embroidered lace, nnd carrying n shower of Marcchal Neil For Sale. A lot of roller skates. roses, Miss Allen never appeared better. Apply nt this office. Tho environments, too, wero in harmony, For pure garden seeds and field seeds for yellow jonquils combined with ami- lax and ferns adorned the pretty home, coll on T. D. Ncwland, Stanford. which was softly Illuminated with yelIt is now time for your Spring sew- low shsded lights. Mrs. Dorlon, who ing. Call on Mrs. J. II. Colycr, Logan gracefully presented the callers, numAvenue. bering about 75, to the honoree, woro Clothes Farmer. 0. Mnrtin SKIRTS Wo will sell a few skirls that we have left nt greatly ed prices in order to make room for spring lines. reduc- Sunday. W. II. BULLOChVof Lebanon, Is hero with friends. Miss Ethel Fetro went up to Crab Orchard Saturday. El IlBAOV visited William Wester-fiel- d at Livingston. Mrs. Frank Kelly, of Dayton, O., is with Mrs. T. J. Hill. Mrs. Ed Peyton, of Mlddlcsboro, is with Mrs. W. T. Smith. Ciias. E. Hoiion wns up from Lebanon Sunday and yesterday. Mrs. Hugh Heid and Miss Mary Pennington havo both been 111. t Miss Virginia Houhne. of Lancaster, is tho gucstof Mrs. W. K. Warner. Miss Dollii: McKoiieiits is visiting Mrs. Virgil Smith in Richmond Mr. J. M. McCarty continues quite ill with Inflsmatory rheumatism. J. E Coorcn, of Kuwanee, III , Is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. II. Huffman. Miss Euzaiietii Haugiiman sient Friday anil Saturday in Lancaster with 178, and havo all kinds of fresh meats phone it sent to your house. J. L. Mceks. for For Two No. 3 Oliver typewriters, over and with a year's guarantee, salo. Prico each. M. A. Johnson, Stanford. THE creditors of It. L. Horton nre directed to file their claim with me verified ns required by law at once. J. D. Horton, admr. Listen. If you want to savo money on building this year, givo mo your contract work. Will Stono, contractor and builder. Phono 84. Farewell winter, if you aro gone for good. But if you are not gone, come' back and do your worst in as short n time as possible. Notes and accounts collected anywhere in tho United States, and no chnrges unless wo collect. May's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. . r friends. Mrs. L. K. Hughes is spending a See my handsome line of Spring bug few days with tho homefolks at Mt. gies, hnrness, etc. Call while you Vernon. have a large assortment to select from. Mr. and. Mns. J. S. Hice went to E. T. Pence, Stanford, Ky. Lexington Friday to see the "Merry-widow,W. B. Burton, democratic nominee 1 Wm. Gaines, of Lincoln. vUlted bis for Representative in Gurrard, has brother, Ed C. Gaines Monday. n-caster withdrawn, giving ns his reasons that Record. ho could not spare tho time from his , of horse business in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. MarkPiii:li-sKichmond, aro guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. We havo moved to tho G. Singleton Itichard Mocker. oposito the court-housMr. Jesse I). Weaken, of Stanford, store-rooMonday looking after Insur- where wo will bo glad to serve our cuswas hero tomers with ull kinds of fresh meat. ance Liberty News. , Hacry has returned to Lutes & Wilkinson, butchers. Phono Mrs. Sai.uk her homo in Covington nftcr a visit to 47. ." -La- a fetching gown of turquiosa bluo silk Friday and lace. Mrs. W. C. Paul, in a white laco robe, nnd Mrs. Frank Jones, in red of tho lato It. D. Padgett. crepe do chine, assisted in entertaining. We mako a specialty of pleasing In the diningroom tho tea tabic, draped ' ticular people. Try our Hex coal. We with cluny laco over yellow satin, and guaranteo it. Dcnham Bros. occupied in tho center with a golden basket tilled with yellow jonquils, was Foil Sale or Kent. The Warner presided over by Mrs. W. H. Barker, store-hous- e on East Main Street. Apgowned in old roso messaline. Punch ply at once to W. K. Warner. was dispensed by Miss Kato Mitchell, Last rink of the season will bo held wearing a gown of yellow silk, and Friday night. It will be a masquerndo Mrs. Albert Biggs, wearing pink crepe alTair and a prize of $5 will bo given to do chine. Memphis, Tenn , Miss Allen is a popular visitor at tho best masked person. the home of Miss Sallio Taylor Woods, In the Monticello jail Cleo Smith cut of this place. n Ave inch gash in the neck of Shelby Kcndrick, a fellow prisoner, nnd probItching Skin Diseases ably fatally wounded him. Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid Lewis Whitley and Green Lillard, for external use. Zcmo gives instant colored, who once lived here, died it) clief and permanently cures any form Louisville and were brought to this f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All place for burial. They wero respecta Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, 3.osc Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. ble darkies. G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. W. M. Duncan has bought of Mrs. W. S. Jones her restaurant nnd will SALE I conduct an establishment. Having sold my farm, I will oiler nt pubThe prico paid is private. Later. Mr. J. M. Reynolds, of Waynes-bur- qualified as administrator We havo just received a beautiful line of ribbons, belting, spring oxfords, silks hamburg, laces etc. Our spring lines is about complete und tho best we have ever carried and our prices We invito your inspection. Make your selections nro light. now beforcthe stock is picked over. tho best tailoring concerns in Kcmcnibcr wc represent two-othe country and guarantee fit, quality nnd price. f I Nows-Scim-ita- r. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., ' Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. . PUBLIC HATl'HDAY, Just ittved - The deal is said to be off. lic outcry on In Rockcastle, John Drew shot nnd fatally wounded his wife, who was only 17 years old. Ho took to the hills and had not been located at last accounts. Drew nnd wifo lived near Orlando. March en mo in the following (leertltd property: Nino or 10 horses, oinewxtrii good ones; sheep, milk e rout, tings, farming utensils, wngon, huRto. Krnrler curt,numlerof hives of lees und many oilier things too numerous to mention. Hale will he held nt my home, s'4 miles Northwest of Hustonville, beginning nt VM a. m. sharp. J.H. I'MiKKWooii, Huttonvllle, Ky. 1 two-hors- SI AltOM 1.1, 1KW. A Nice Lot of very lamb-lik- It before lion in weatha potx I will not be 48 hours, however, we will all swear that it was a the lamb's paraphernalia. Spring er is almost as treacherous as house politician. NOTICE m. court-hous- I Mrs. William Hocker. MR. Sam Hoiiinson nnd bride have returned from their bridal tour and nro domiciled in tho Myers Uouso flats Mrs. J. B. Bourne, of Lancaster, returned homo yesterday after a visit to her daughter Mrs. W. K Warner. Mil. It. C. SAUKLKY and bride, of Harrodsburg, spent Saturday and Sun-da- y with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. McClary. Misses Molue Brooks, of Crab und Lillian Lcavell, of Bryants-villwere tho guests of Miss Tevis e. Carpenter. Misses Nell Bourne, of Lexington, Allene and Ida Leo Bourne, of Lancaster, were guests of their sister Mrs. W. K. Warner. Miss Mary D. Kennedy, of this place, and Miss II. Newborn, of Hus-tonvil- havo gone to Nashville to performance of tho "Merry Widow." Frankfort State Journal. We regret to announco tho resignation of Miss Mary D. Carter, teacher of tho Sixth Grade, on account of continued ill health. Miss Carter returns to her homo at Stanford, Ky., where wo hope rest and recreation will assist Her many In her early convalescence. friends hero at school join in ono united prayer that she may soon bo herself again. Hawkoye Deaf Journal, published Miss Sara Haugiiman, of Stanford, Sau-fle- y who has been visiting Mrs. S. M. yesterday. Mrs. returned homo Saufloy accompanied her as far as l.nlnirtiin. nnd attended the matinco study trimming. at Council Bluffs. LOCALS. See my lino of wagon and buggy ness. J. C. McClary. you wont good meat call on kinson & Lutes. Phono 47. har- If Wil- Oliver plow points from Lipps & Peavyhouse, Hustonville, Ky. tm I HAVE CO bushels of German millet Heed for salo; SI per bushel. F. Schniz-Ic- r, Ottenhelm, Ky. m Get tho genuine V ii Wanted, to rent a dwelling of four or five rooms in or near Stanford. J. M. Carter, Sr Moreland. 4t. aro The officers nt tho court-housbeginning to move tho 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 the The Stanford Dance Club organized 5th. Friday by electing Geo. D. Florence, president; R. T. Bruce, 1st vico presiThe silver loving cup olfercd by Sar- dent; R. B. Woods, 2nd vico president; gent & Warner, proprietors of tho J. N. Mencfee, secretary, and John O. bowling alley, for tho highest average Reid, treasurer. The club will likely of live scores made between Jan. 1 and givo a swell dance next month. March 1, was won by Mr. Geo. D. FlorThe ence, whoso average was 270 Sale of Town Property. As agent ladies prize, a diamond ring was won of the Bourne heirs I will at about 3 I. by Mrs. 1). C. Wray, her average being M , Saturday, March C, 1909, offer for salo at public outcry in front of the 209 4 5. r premises, tho building and lot on LanA Famous Duel. The memorable caster Street now occupied by Robert duel scene in "Monto Cristo," as well Fcnzel. Terms will be announced on as such climaxes as "The World is day of sale. W. II. Higgins, agt. 2t. Mine," will bo irresistible magnets for Anderson. Simeon II. Anderson, tho coming engagement of tho play at Walton's Opera Houso March 17. Tho n prominent farmer of Lancaster, died duel sccno in this production was intro- of abcess of tho brain, after an illness duced by Eugeno Moore, who presented of about two weeks. He was about 50 the nlav with ureal success in all tho years of age, and leaves a widow, one leading cities and it is as exact a re- son, Harry Anderson, and fivo daughproduction as possible of the most thrill- ters, Misses Alberta, Elizabeth, Carrie, ing combat that ever took place on a Sadio and Patsy Anderson. field of honor, the "meeting" of Del Editor Saufley Hughes, tho LanFrcnchland Chateau Kenaud in tho caster Record, after copying our item Fontainbleau Forest near Paris. It is concerning tho contest being waged by a deadly duel with all details closely Mr. M. S. Baughman fcr the scat of following tho historical combat as McCarty for sheriff, adds: Mr. W.--L. by Benjamin D'Isreali. "While wo do not favor contests, as a rule, yet, if tho charges are true, Circuit Court. In tho casoof J. F. Baughman should win, not only to seLlppert and W. L. Hutchison, who cure his own rights but for the good weru charged with shooting at J. B. of tho party, which would bo ruined by Gilkerson at Crab Orchard, tho jury re- such corruption, and every good demoturned a verdict of guilty and fixed u crat should bco that justice is done." fine of 150 each. A memorial service Monte Cristo. Ther will bo a was held Friday by tho Stanford bar In honor of the late Col. T. P. Hill and special scenic revival of "Monto Cristo" was participated in by all tho lawyers. when Fred G. Conrad's Mctrofwlitan Messrs. Georgo P. Bright und II. J. Comjluny will present ut Walton's OpMcKoberts also made a few fitting re- era House March 17, tho Dumas drama marks. Tho speeches by tho members with all its original strength. Mr. Conof tho bar wero high tributes to tho rad will offer tho elevcr arrangement lifo and character of Col. Hill und show- of the Dumas Novel for tho stage by ed tho esteem in which hit was held. Eugene Moore, known throughout tho Jesso Hays, colored, waa declared of country as ono of tho best actors who unsound mind by a jury and ordered to ever starred in tho play, Thero aro Lakeland Asylum. Tho grand jury ad five acts with impressive climaxes, in journed Friday, after finding 30 indict cluding tho famous "Tho World is ments for various and sundry offenses. Mine." e 3-- I. S. Tevis, of the Shelby City section, is in receipt of a telegram from his brother at Clifton, Arizona, saying he had just sold his holdings near that place for $100,000. Gold, in paying quantities, has been found on tho boundary. wlll.lietween the hours o!J o'clock a. nnd t o'clock r. ., on MONDAY, MAltCil SO. llio. e In Iront of tho door In Ky., sell ut public outery to tho highest mul Ix'st bidder for catli In hand tho follow Ing property or so much us will pay tux, cost mid penally. Tho amount Include 6 per ovnt. penalty ami cost of udvertlslng: J Is Hi C'urpenter, Jennie and lole ll7-- s I.. II. HrniiKs, Treasurer Htanford (iruded school. Htiin-lor- Japanese and Chinese Mattings, 12 12 and 35c Per Yard. Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-date W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Jirst JV'as Tfati'onctl Sftancy Stanford, Jty, ' Organiztd, SS2. Capital SoeA; $50, OOO. Surplus and "Undivided iProfils, S9, OOO. line ! paid in 'Dividends since Organization,- S2,500. fnviio 9out jfecouns on Our OFFICERS. 7oris PUBLIC SALE We will on with lien retained on land for purchato money. property consist, of the Tho An oxtru Jersey cow, with young ealfiS brood mures, ono In font to HlUer King, tho other to luck: one family horse: U colts, coming J ear old by Hllver King: 1 Jersey uuntza nutneis 01 mil onions una sets; lot of turnips: Irish iiotutoc: 1 buggy: 1 spring wagon and harness; lot of meat and lard: lot o( poultry: household nnd kitchen furniture; weavers; loom; largo and ,1111111 pinning wheels, wurplug burs, spool rucks, etc. Homo old stylo furniture und many oilier things not mentioned. TKItMK OV HAI.K All sums under 110 cash In huiid, thut amount und over 011 a credit of three months, with t per cent. Interest from date, negotiable nnd punble In the Uiicolii County National Hank, of Hluuford, Halo will commence at 10 o'clock a.m. For further Information, apply to K. It. Holticlaw 011 said lund. HOI.TXOI.AWHKIUH. A. U. Houhnk, Auctioneer, WKDNKHDAY, MAHOH 8,114. nt tho homo of Mr,. Loulsn J. Holticlnw.de-ceaseIn Trenchersvllle, Ky.. soil to tho highest nnd best bidder too following property, to-- It 1 1st tract. Tub dower containing 11 ncres of Uud with Improvements; one good well ut kitchen door. Huld lund contains nbout 0 ncres of orchard, a good variety of fruit. Tract No. Vol 41 acres, HdJolnlnV tills dower. U11 this tract Is u good pond uud a spring known us tho "lilgHprlng," which wns never known to be dry. This lund will be sold 111 svpurato tracts und as 11 whole mid the best bidder will bo tho purchaser. Tho lund will bo sold one third cnsli and remainder In one and two years, with tf er cent. Interest from date of sale until paid, S. Hocker, President;, S. T. Harris, John . McKoberts, Cashier; H. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r WAV. Saunders, Bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. J. H. Baughman, M. D. Elmore. J. M. Pellus. H. C, Baughman, , V. Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. 0. OBannon J. S. Hocker. C. E. Tate. F. Reid, Big' Combination OF HIGH CLASS- To be If old at vSale Business Morses, stallions and Jacks, Hustonville, Ky., March Write for Entry UlanKs. 24 & 25. Entries Close March lOth. The Hustonville Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE), KENTUCKY. uiAfcv"... A --i ., J 1 i i o. .. Bitfc, . . ,. iJL-v- . t Jt.i4t.4 ., i A i' H- -. Interior. Journal. BnUTHlinlSePotl-OJfiua- l tteond'tlatt mnlttr. FARMER'S DKPARTM1WT. For Sale. Good Jersey cow and calf. P. M. Long;, Foster farm. Stanford at For Sale. -- Cultivated hemp seed, 1003 crop. J. 0. Walker, Richmond, Ky. toymen's o Missionary Movement. L. N. TIMETHBLE r,l:wr JOS. S. RICE, Agont. The Truth Every person in.tb.is city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi .. II 7CIUr ni i external use. ah aurficisis ich PENNY'S DRUG STORE. No. Jl, Month, lliM P. M. No. SI, Mouth. 11 :W A x. No. 11, North, : A. K. No, . North, (I:?; P. X. No.T7,IO:4?A M. . Nd. J. M. Reynolds fraught of B W. Gaines 19 bull calves for $12. GO. D. 0. Lewis ami J. M. Reynolds bought oT various parties C3 stock hogs GO or CO bushels of homo grown bluo grass seed. W. A. ColTey, McKinney, Ky. At J. P. llarbeson'o jack salo in Boyle, 25 sold at $200 to $800. The salo was largely attended and entirely satisfactory In every way. For Sale. -- A good combined mare, eight years old, kind and gentlo and a good looker. Mack In color and suitable for family use. Colonel Gooch, KIngsvllle, Ky. For Sale. Team of high, extra good horse mules, d family horse and ones. family mare. Charles Lutes, Hustonvillc. W. G. Rigncy bought of J. 1). Le av ail a pair of handsomo bay horses, 1GJ hands high, five and six years old, for $500. They have fino stylo and action. Lancaster Record. F. M. Hunt has bought the Smith farm of 22 acres from J. II. Swope for $7,000. This is the highest price that Boyle county land has ever brought. The land is unimproved. Harrodsburd d Eight-year-olnine-year-o- at 41c. For Sale. f t, fl ) .kv I A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. M Is 1 t I a J- - i ft l V, I 39o tho of tho Laymen's Worn- Missionary Movement was planted by ncconl- the Spirit in the mind of a young busiOffice over McUoberU' Drug Btoro in Illinois-Suc- ker ness man of tho city of Washington. the Owsley Building. As he saw 3,000 students considering Indiana Kansas for several days their relation to the Bluegrnas State Kentucky evangelization of the world, this Insures Tobacco and Jobacco ' thought camo to him : If the laymen Louisiana Pcncan State. Maine Pino Treo State. of North America could co the world Maryland Old Lime State. as these students are seeing it, they Nothing But would rise up in their strength and proMassachusetts Bay State. Michigan Wolvcrino State vide all the funds needed for the enterHerald. Mississippi Bayou State. 1,000 barrels of good, prise. The providential opportunity for For Sale. The Insurance Man, Minncsotn Gopher State. sound corn, 12 or 15 cars of timothy testing this idea camo a few months Montana Stub Too State. STANFORD, KY. hay and a nice' road horse, heavy later. Tho lOOdth anniversary of the Nevada Silver State enough for carriage or rockaway, four first organization in America for the Ilesldenco l'hone S; OUlee, W. New Hampshire Granlto State. years old and gentle. I. S.TevIs, Shel evangelization of the world was held In Insure with mo and le fully New Jersey Jersey Bluo State. by City, Ky. protected. Jt. November, in tho'Fifth Avenue PresNew York Empiro State. No more loose sales of tobacco con byterian church, New York City. One North Carolina-O- ld North State. trolled by the Planters' Protective As stormy afternoon with 75 laymen presStop at W. H. HIGGINS' nml ceo the HK.MIS Transplanter North Dakota Flickcrtail State sociation of Kentucky, Tennessee and ent, a series of resolutions was adoptfor Tobacco, Tomato. Cnhliage, Stuet Potatoes, iVn. Tho Ohio Buckeye State. Virginia will be permitted. This no- ed calling into cxistenco tho Laymen's young Jersey lift handsome, large and unbroken Bull, de- tion was reached at a meeting of a Missionary Movement. Oregon Beaver State line of scended from n long transplanting ran Im done when tlia plant aro ready. You do Pennsylvania Keystono State. the most noted bulla and cows on tlio Is- number of directors last week. The movement stands for investigaland ot Jersey England nnd America. Hit Rhodo Island Little It hod y. not wait for rain m each plant is watered at tho roots ns set and sire Is one of the lest bulls ever, imported J. F. Walton, official grader of the tion, agitation and organization; tho insiren and his dnm Is ft show cow that has you 65 Burley Tobacco Society, South Carolina-Palme- tto State stated at Lex- vestigation by laymen of missionary be nniindsnf milk In one da v. If tho root are covered by dry, firm dirt, which can not liako and Ileve "Like begets I.Ike or the Likeness of ington, that South Dakota Single Cat State about 25,000,000 pounds conditions; tho agitation by laymen of some Ancttor" nnd have n strictly good Big Bend State. Tennessee sercow, you should nvall yourself of his which retains tho moisture underneath. of the pooled crop wold last Fall at Win- adequate missionary policy, and the orvice. He will bo allowed to servo n limited Texas Lone Star State. to with number of upproved, registered cows out- chester to the American Tobacco Com- ganization of laymen to It will pay you to investigate beforo sotting your'plants. side of our own herd this rear, for a feo of pany have been delivered. Vermont Green Mountain State. Tho total the ministers and missionary boards in 13 each. Make engagement before sending Virginia Old Dominion State cow 10 ie oreu. pool sold aggregated between 60,000 enlisting the whole church In its suHtnuford. Ky, Telenhone 80. Washington-Chino- ok State N. II. We have to offer three extra choice and 65,000 hogsheads, and Mr. Walton premo work of saving the world. The 0000 bull calves that will be sold at right prices estimates that all of this tobacco will be movement is denominational and interWest Virginia Panhandle State Wwconsin Badger State denominational, national andintcmation-al- . delivered and paid. It has become a national movement "Well, Jimmie," said tho visitor, "I in Canada, all the churchts uniting. In You can find our Standard Itemedy, the blood and Iher freatestof Itbeumatlsm. medicine) et known understand vou have a new baby here.' the United States tho Presbyterians, Halt Hbeum. Kid "Yes," said Jimmie. "He got here Methodists, Baptists, Reformed nnd We. whoso nixniM nppenr strictly ney Trouble and till diseases from forbid hunting, llshtng or any kind of tn- d Impure blood It hus no euunl. It Is last night." Episcopal churches are organizing their putting on our ilacesiind will prosecute viunder the nil re fowl act of June i. olators to the full extent of the lnr. "Whom does he look like, your fathIdOil.and guaranteed by the manufacturer If me iteiueuy - laicennccoruing louireciioii-- t er or your mother 7" asked the visitor. forces. Their interdenominational comMrs. Walter Wnrren, Mrs Mnttlv While, u neor snois noi oenemeu. vy ine u.e P. W.rnrtrr, lien P. Mnrllii. mittee has sent out 50 prominent layaim of the Itemed v we will refund your money. 1 1nsley Mpoonnmore "We don't know yet," said Jimmie. men throughout the world to study the M. b. Iiwreitce, We can do nothing more. Kacli package J.H. Hooker, J. M. renin. Joteph llullou, T. A. Itlce, contain sui uoies with n regmereu Kuuran-te- "He seems kind of undecided." conditions and the needs and report. Hatty, Iloltselnw, and mailing card with full Instructions "They tell me he has your father's They are returning from all lands and J. I.. J. K. Pulltmn. U. W. Pulllitiii. We send It to nnv uddrets by mall on re It. L. Mrs. ceipt of Jl per package or six packages for no3e," said the visitor. Mrs. It. I.. Wllllnui-- i Mnii r l'axton, their reports will soon be published to Jnuies N'.l'u.U, . iieweroraeru uo J. NevlnOnrter ti tuKeii in "Yes," said Jimmie. "He has pa's M. II. I.ytle, Mrs. Jns. KaIiips. time you might save a big doctor's bill. l)r. J.tl.Onri-enter- , ItemeinlKTlf you take the llciuedy accord- nose, ma's mouth and Aunt Sarah's tho world, to tho church. J. II. UmtKiiilseh, ing to Instructions and nro not benefited. .j. itriuill, One great good that has come already TliouinsFerrlll. you get 3 our dollar back, lou will not ears, and between you and me I'm goDux I1 llurton. A. I.. Thoniioon, find the remedy In drug stores for sale. It is the different denominations defining J. M. Ware. M.f. Itloluinl.on. KeleheiitMteh llrot. sold only bvourduly authorlied agents. ing to give him grandpa's teeth. He Mlss.MnttlK llewe. IifclMIKN WILLIAMH, Agent. A. T. Troy lor. Fred Hniliuiiiiii, ain't got any of his own and grandpa's their distinctive missionary responsibilX. II. Hummer, Milium Uoooll, Will Hester, 1LO. Xiinnullcy, got two sets. What I'm afraid of is ity. The churches of the United States W. lt.iui!hnmu. tJitJ J. W. Peck. J. K. Ilruce, -that if they don't give 'cm to him he'll and Canada have assumed the responsiDnvldHtevertl, J. " -- J bility for C00.000.000 of tho 1.000 milWm.C'ordler, JoliiiUitinenl.cli. get mine, and I need 'em in my busM. 1). Kim ore. lijiuTrnylnr, lions of tho unevangelized people of the (otllliDllelc.. Kred lliiudorf, iness." earth. Tho United Presbyterian church Hides mid J. J.Thomp.on l. M. Aiiderton. J. K Mo.er, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns. II, Kndt S. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT t. W.M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Thecleverest imitation of real Cotlee has assumed the responsibility for the A. Kltm.H Vool Mrs. N.J. llurton Mrs.iieo. l.ok'ii Q. PAXTON. Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Clascnc, ever jet made is Dr. Snoop's Health evangelization of 15,000,000; Northern J. J.KIIIott J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER J. Prunk Tordler. W. It. tuiuitlierty, CoIdeaSed.lYrDowRooO.Msy Apple, J- W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. 100,000,000; Iir.O.o. lvrry. Co tree. It is flue in llavor and is Presbyterian, Southern Kev. Kitthvr leo, Wi'd Clagtr, etc We sie dealer. t II. W.lJiilnet, H. II, llsinibiiiun, H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER made in just one minute. No tedious Prpsbyterian, 25,000,000; CongregationA 11 ItoOl. Albright. Prliih MtjbKJvd ia 1856 "Orer hall century in Mr. Mitrcuret 20 or 30 minutes boiling. LcuiikSj" Mado from al. 75,000,000; Northern Baptist, Gl,- - (ieo.C. llel), (looeh , Jnoni, u under ami eta do better for you thin DIRCOTORSl W. ll.Trnylor struts cr cmnaxson caercsn. Referrsc. Joint Juler. pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. 000,000; Northern Methodist, 150.000,- - Hntn llnlperts. H. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shank, Stanford; Goo. Carter, Stanford; v M.J. Hofnmiin, Amend Helmefer, soy lUsl ia Lamnk. Write tot wl!y Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug 000; Southern Methodist, 10,000,000; A.K.'Mntheiiy K.T. John H. Foster, Stanford; II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan- pnje J eaj jMrrcicg tigs. I.. H.(lriier. Mr. J. II. Owsley, 13.000.00Q; the churches of Reformed. Store. II. k Kiivnley, M. J. Moruitn, fl, Sabcl & Sons. kin, Itni-jsU-r- ; II. Traylor, J. II. I'uxtnu, Staufonl; It. t). Watkliis, Canada, 10,000,000. h. T. IliirrK 223 G. Market St. loujsyiUE. Gilbert Creek; R. L. Hubble, LaiiciiKter; W. Ilnudley. If the Congressmen want to do their Tho J.tl. NnnnlH II. flood, It.'. If.UroK. K. McOlure. First General Convention, of any Mrs. IT. Cuuiiuiiu, 'reaclienvillc; Lilburti printer constituency right they will put Anton Uolieckei, Ahder.ou Curr. W. M. lll.hou. Fred Voridruenlifun Goocli, Gilbert Creek. the government out of tho business of church, was held at Birmingham, Ala , T. U Iliiughiiiun. Mrs. Adur by this Southern PresbyMrs. HpIjwwi It. CurjKMiter doing commercial printing. The pub- on Feb. rie mm. terian church, they being1 tho first to W. KimW, j. r. .Mojer, lic printing office is Bending out circuJohn . I.ee. lars saying it will print stamped envoi get thoroughly organized. About 1,000 laymen from every part of tho church opes at starvation prices. Tho govern Kontuckv ment i3 rich and can afford these prices, were present, together with hundreds to plan for the accomplishbut the smaller offices can't make buck- of ministers, ' le and tongue meet when they try to ment of tho work of the church evangelizing 25,000,000 souls. It was the cope with Uncle Sam. greatest and most important meeting Foley's Orlno Laxatho cures consti that has ever been held in the history pation nnd liver trouble and makes the of tho church. CO., bowels healthy and regular. Orlno is To show tho spirit and purpose of superior to pills and tablets as It docs that body of laymen I will quoto two No. I til acres on tlio Wnynesliuric pike, house, not gripe or nauseate. Why take out of a number of resolutions adopted: mar llliilund,f-rooii- inice oruhurd. Uirn Hiidoth-v- r outbuildings: Tult properUudertafcew and Embalrr-ere- . Is well ly It near church umlkctiool-liuuto- ; New Stanford Drug anything else' "In fear of God and in reliance upon worth the price. l.rt. Co. Also Dealers in FurNo. 2 ISO acres, t miles Houtlt of Oruh OrHim for strength and wisdom to do His chard, on the Htate road, lias n niture, ifattings.Rugs. They waterbouse, good luirn, orchard Senator Tillman announces that he work, wo pledge our lives, our talents ed! uhout KU acres of thisuuU Is well bottom laud Is will exchange Furniture for produce lino crops. A Imrgaluut "will keep right after the president." and property for tho evangelization of land and cash, balance In one and two years. Hji); y, But is this not too good to be true ? the world in this generation, and in puralKKinds of Stock. Give acres ou Duck Creek, near 3 suance of this purpose we promise to No. lis room house, barn nnd other iriit I Can we be assured that wo are to lose Them a Call. Prices Right. ImlldliiKs plumy of water. Cash price, both tho big stick and the pitchfork in support tho officers and courts of our ' No, I 1( acres, near I.ecl Green, church by our Increased offerings, perwilds of Africa ? the county, Ky. This farm has a now STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. sonal efforts and prayers, and to ussist franiKlJouse, would cost to build now Ji,ui); giMMl Imrn, crib, Ac, located near A tickling or dry cough can bo our pastors in their efforts to Inform, church and school. This It a nli-- home and cash; reforflO per acre, quickly loosened with Dr Snoop's Inspire and lead their congretations can lit li mouths. they may take their true place us mainder 11 acres ndjolulun the above, farms Cough I'emedy. No opium, no chloro- that No. fi llMucrrft In cultivation. HwellliiK of (rooms; form, nothing unsufo or harsh. Sold a world forco." good barn and other outbuildings: nlco or"Wo earnestly recommend the ap- chard. One of tho best springs III the countby Penny's Drug Store. y- Prlco 1 1"); half catli, balance 1 and 1 pointment in every congregation of a yenrs, acres adjoining farms Not. t and strong Missionary Committee, who will No. "Adnlph Metzer, a wealthy soap Ik IS) acres In cultivation, luilance In lioo-- l white mk, hickory unci soma lino manufacturer of Evansvllle. has offer- make it their chief work to promote log hutu and good orched the State $8,000 to pay expenses missionary Intelligence and to lead their cedar. Has ard; well watered. Cash price, ti.iiuu. congregations to its highest financial during the first year for tho establish acres near Morettburg, Ky., 1W No. 7 In Iishment of a bureau for tho care of and spiritual efficiency as u factor in acres and uillllMitloii, good dwelling house, FOR RATES APPLY T0 LOCAL MANACER necessary ouihulldlmts. line water barn and school, church and It. H. station. Pi leu, dumb animals." The Chrisney Sun making Christ's kingdom universal." V, cash, balance In one and two ears. (,&; Chrisney, Ind. EA8T TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPAfJV Tho movement is spreading through No. S ill acres, near Con way, Ky.i nearly INCORPOniTt It all England, Scotland, Germany and andof this farm eryIwttom land. Hue for corn out goodUwellliiK House jnew meadow; l'revontics those Candy Cold Cure Australia, In June, 1010, there will bo imrn mm outer ouiiuiags;on couniy roan, a miles Tablet1 will safoly and quickly check held in Edinborough, Scotland, an In- (Ml, from Huron College, Cash rce, U,- filloall colds and tho Grip. Truhora terdenominational and International No. -.- l acres on Drake's Greek, V miles farm adjoins thel from Until Sold by Penny s Convention. In truth, tho Christian plkouinl ItOrchard. Thisueo, r,ans rami. Undertaker. Embalmor and once and see a pari oi me good andJPur-e- st land and business men mean to give tho same This Is line buildings. InThis It condition; all Dealer Jn Saddlery, Drug Store. u bargain at necessary till) per acre. energy and intelligence to the work of acres, near Htanford. Ky In 71 No. I do not wish the old year back, missions that they are now giving to nice shape, witu all necessary bulldlngt.uto., KY- STANFORD, 'Twoutd bo a mortal sin; their own private business affairs, and can bought worth the money. AH I ask would bo one-ha-lf the evangelization of tho world will be For full particulars in regard to all the Illomel'bpDe 6. 0 H Pbone, 107. It. Hughes or or write The cash 1 spent therein. no longer a dream. J, L. Y. above farms, tee BUnforU, I. Ky. James I. White. 1900, seed-thoug- Twenty-twyears ago the Student Volunteer Movement camo into being with tho watchword, "Tho Evangoliza tlon of tho World in this Generation." At that time tho idea seemed to be vis tonary and Impossible. Tho common notion was so vast was the undertaking that it would rcquiro several generations, If not centuries to do It. Some, however, believed that when Christ said, "Preach the gospel to every creature," He meant Ills pcoplo in every ago to do It. In other words that it is the clear, urgent duty of the present generation of christians tocarry or send tho message of Christ to the entire world in our generation. So great has been tho change of view sjnee that time that practically all of tho great missionary organizations of Christendom nro now making their estimates on tho new basis, which after all is the basis of tho Apostolic church. At the last convention of tho Student Volunteer Movement at Nashville, in Mrs. John G. South, daughter of Senator William O. Bradley, secretary of the Society of Sponsors of tho United States Navy, has rrcetved from Admiral Georgo Dewey, Rear Admiral W. S. Schley, Rear Admiral Charles D. Slgs-bc- o and Rear Admiral Roblcy D, Evans their acceptances of invitations to attend tho second annual meeting of tho society at tho New Wlllard Hotel in Washington, Saturday, 27th. MVs. South was instrumental In the formation of tho society and takes a great Interest In (ts welfare. Sho was sponsor at tho christening of tho battleship CRAVENETTES. Kentucky during tho limo her father was governor of Kentucky. Mrs. South will attend the meeting and also re811 main in Washington to see her fnthcr 818 Coat now 0 installed as U. S. Senator and Taft as 815 Coat naw 8 812 GO Coat now of March. president on tho-H- Clearance Sale! the Winter Goods must be sold All at cost. ALL-WOO- L OVERCOATS 'J 18 8ir 18 tV2 18 1( Coat "ow 60 Cont now Coat now 8 ,8 0 US Nicknames of States. Alabama Cotton. 810 Cont now " fi0 Uwt " 08 g5 Coat now 4 os .'I 13 Arkansas Colorado Delaware Florida Georgia Callfornln-Gold- Bear State. State. Centennial State. Bluo Hen State. Peninsular State. Cracker State. Statu. Hooslcr State. Sunflower State. cn 820 Suit now 817 CO Suit now 815 Suit now 812 50 Suits now 810 Suit now 87 50 Suit now 85 Suit now S1A 18 81 00 High Tup Shoes 12 18 83 CO High Top Show SI 113 50o heavy lleccvtl lined under- near 8 !I8 Men's Kelt lJoots, Men's nnd All reduced 4 18 en's Ittiblwrn. 3 18 ingly. 83 18 82 1M larns. Insurance. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. I il Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Jesse D. Wearen, Tobacco Growers Adorina's Fox Ju'tcuiirji, 3X0 At McKinney, Ky., art-tin- POSTED. maim-facturo- llo, W H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. Ill t, the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. 1 FWR'S Wnlt.i -- ttRK. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 38.000.O0 340,000.00 - 1 J,L.Beazley&Co., PtWIT'-tV- 1C-1- Ki-t- e If you Central Real Estate Exchange want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky, subscribe for the f33w9CLrMr! & TITLE rei)tuck;y State Journal, two-stor- y The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky. Write for price and particulars to W. Way-nethur- i . Hock-catt- le P, WALTON, Frankfort, Ky. J. C. McCIary, f HE SAFEST AHD QWKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE v sS V SII tlm-Iw- r. -- If you 1 Harness, want your Prescriptions,carefully ed and madelfromithe.'Best Drugs, Call on me. 10-- 1 I '!' lonyrMtswi ,JU., 1 - V I V. ta j. Jl tf r j" 7iimLf 'iir, i:uiib; y oaMtLjfc ;: lfciU