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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t t t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVH STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 19 1909 NO4 When and Where the Courts of LIn- coln Co were Held as shown from the Records of the Courts The present Stato of Kentucky was prior to December 31 1776 a portte- of the county of Fincastlo In tho Stat of Virginia By act of tho Legislature of Virginia from and after that date Fincastto county was divided into three counties of which one was called Kentucky and embraced all that part thereof which Ilea to tho South and west ward of a line beginning on the Ohl river at tho mouth of the great Sand fit ti Creek and running up the same and the main or Northeasterly branch thereof to tho Great Laurel Ridge o Cumberland Mountains thence Southwesterly along said mountains to the I 1 lino of North Carolina and contained p 37680 iquaro miles In May 1780 Kentucky was divided Into three counties Jefferson Fayetto and Lincoln Jefferson embraced tha part of the South side of Kentucky riv er which lies west and north of a lino beginning at the mouth of Dig Ilcnson creek and running up the same and Its main fork to the head then south to the nearest waters of Hammonds creek and down tho samo to JU junction witH tho town fork of Salt river thence South to Green river and down tho same tolls juncture with the Ohio river Fayette embraced that part which lies north of the line beginning at the mouth of tho Kentucky river and run rtlng up the same to its middle fork thenco up the middle fork to tho head thence Southeast to tho Washington line I Lincoln county embraced the residue of Kentucky county 4 The first court In Lincoln county was held Harrodsburg on tho 16th day of j January 1781 Tho following persona having received a commission from the governor of Virginia appointing them justices for the county of Lincoln John Bowman Benjamin Logan Hugh Me Gary William Craig Stephen Trlgg John Cowan Jno Kennedy Jno Logan Abraham Bowman Isaac Hltc William McBride William McAfee and James Estlllo with authority us well to exe cute within the limits tho other duties of said offlco prescribed by law to be of any court to be hold for said county of which court one of the said justices being of the seven first named shall be one nnd also a commissioner of Oyer nnd Terminer directed to the samo person being commissioner of Oyer and Tcrml ner for the trial of slaves In the said county with authority to bo of any court of Oyer and Terminer The first court held the 16th of Jan uary 1781 was organized by the sever nl persons abovo named taking the oath of offlje court adjourned to Feb 21 Y 1781 When court convened Feb 21 1781 Col Benjamin Logan came into court and offered ten acres of land in r eluding the Buffalo Springs for build ins a court ho+ iun and other necessary pabllc buildings and also fifty acres atone mile distant nearly South oastfrom said spring as long us tho court of said county shall continue there and it ap pears to the court to be the moat con venient place U Is ordered that th court bo held there for the future an it is ordered that The court bo adjourn I ed from Harrodiburg to St Asaph to a be held there the next court in course May torm 1783 Benjamin Logan nnd George Davidson appointed to em ploy persons to remove the court hous and prison for the use of the county to such place on tho land laid off for that purpose as they shall think most convenient and to bo completed in such manner as they shall direct Ordered that Willis Green bo appointed clerk of this court August term 1783 Benjamin Logan 44 and Hugh Logan Gentlemen are appointed in room of William Mayjto view tho prison and courthouse July term 1786 Ordered that the dweling house of Col Ben Logan bo t made and considered tho Goal of the county until further provisions bo made heroin by the court February term Feb 21 1787 At n court held for Lincoln county Ordered that William Montgomery Walker Bay lor James Davis and Andrew Kincaid Gentlemen aru appointed and request ed to let the building ra court houso for the use of tho county of the dimen sions towit The body of tho house t be of good white ash or oak logs well hewed and dufltalled Thirty feet long twenty feet wide and fourteen feet pitch to ba covered with lapt Bhingles two jury rooms ono on each side of the same kind of logs and roof on each side at the end where tho door is to open so that the whole building shall form a T The floors to ba laid of good oak or I white ash plank at least two inches thick and the said commissioners are empowered to direct the manner lof making and placing the doores win dows barr benches etc At a court eld for Lincoln county 17tldaY9fA- prll1787 ordered that court o U 3 I adjourned to tho new public building In tho town of Stantord and there held for tho future And then a court wa held at the new public buildings In th town of Stanford anti c Lincoln- on the same day and year aforesaid Justices present Isaac Shelby Henry Waiteaa cour t hold at Stanford April 23 1832 A ma- Jority of the justices of tho peace of this being present and concurring do order and direct that a now court house inYupon and select the best plan nnd structure of such it in ordered that Michr ael Davidson John Mctloberts and Wil liam Shanks bo appointed commissioners who are directed to draw and pre sent to this court a plan or diagram of such building and that an estimate of will ordert ed that said commissioners or a major ity of them do after the next term of this court proceed to let out tho erec tion of said building to tho lowest bid der stipulating for tho payment of the same to the undertaker at such time and in such manner as they in their discretion may think proper and that they take from the undertaker bond with good and sufficient condition bond for tho faithful execution and comple tion of the business February term Feb 10 1834 Com missioners plan and diagram approved and filed and that said commissioners cause such building to be constructed fiftysix long fifty feet wide July term July 3rd 1837 Ordered that the court house bo received Undertakers Jonathan 0 Bryant and WIII lIam Hutchison at coat of about fiveI thousand dollars Stanford Ky March 13 1909 Join BRIGHT Sit KINGS VILLE George Hogue is at homo from In dianapolis where ho has been working Doe Camden and Miss Jewel Spaw of Eubanks eloped to Tennessee and were marriedcThe farmers are taking advantage of tho pretty weather and are making ready for farming Davo Singleton moved his family to Wnyncaburg where he will live Josiah Singleton will move to Daves old home An oyster supper and musical entertainment will bo given by the K 0 T M of this place Saturday night March 20J A Dudderar was hero last week looking for a work horse G W Leach bought a mare from some Perryvillo parties court day- J G Walls visited relatives at Stan ford last week Oscar Gibson is work- Ing in Cincinnati V G Gilliland came homo from Lexington to stay a few days George Maxey a railroad em ploye living st South Fork lisa been very low with smallpox Mrs Bertha Dunnaway is visiting In Pulaski Mrs Cash Leach and Maggie Routen of Lexington visited relatives here NOTESdGen W J Palmer tho founder of Colorado Springs Col died Saturday an the result of injuries sustained in a fall from a horse in October WOO Capt Peter C Haines Jr will be NeV on tho charge of murdering Wil liam B Annis at tho Baysldo Yacht Club Governors of States all over the Un ion are writing letters to Gov Willson promising to attend the International Tax Congress which convenes in Louisville In September Near Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Sopor to taco death For years a severe lung trouble nave mo Intense suffering she wdlesIanl several times nearly caused my doatb All remedies failed and doctors said I was Incurnblo Then Dr Kings New Dis cororv brought quick relief and n euro so permanent that I have not been troubled In twelve years Mrs Soper lives In Big Pond Ill tworks won dora in Coughs and Colds SoreLungs Hemorrhages La Grippe Asthma alloBronchial affections 60o and 81I Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store The Court of peals adjudged that the Indian Refining Co must pay a fine of 10000 for polluting the waters of Elkhorn creek with refuse oil caused by overflow from Its reservoirs near Georgetown I w lroventicshoio Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely und quickly chock all colds and the Grip Try them once and see H825c Sold by Penny s Drug Store BRODHEAD veroy J must endured We will likely o good roads next Summer when the dry weather sets in I Maretrburg section to near Bee Lick John Jarrott was called to Charleston W Va last week on account of the seri ous illness of his father Evangelist R A Barnes who recently held a 30 days revival here will be gin a meeting at Livingston in two weeks Rev A J Pike preached at Freedom Saturday and Sunday Rev Jamison of the Southern Baptist Theo logical Seminary Iouisvllle and pastor of the Livingston Baptist church preached a very interesting sermon here Monday night James Thompson of the Quail neigh borhooddied and was buried intho Prov Idenco cemetery Tuesday A little over two years ago at a public sale at Quail Jeff and Robt Dowell cousins became engaged in a fight Thompson while acting as peace maker was accidental ly shot by Jeff Dowell from which he never recovered Dowell was tried in circuit court but acquitted- A E Albright was in Louisville on business first of week Deputy Jailer Jop Albright was here Tuesday Mrs Granvlllo Owens visited home folks on Chestnut Ridge Tuesday Rev J A Saycrsof PIneville Is visiting hero this week Editor E S Albright was In town Tuesday Brakeman John Piko and Walter Miller were homo first of week Mrs Albert Albright of Lebanon Junction visited hero first of week I Hardly has anything been more of a shock to our town than was the message which flashed over the wires about noon Tuesday from near Pongo that Manly Albright was instantly killed at Bullocks saw mill Manly left here Tuesday morning about 8 oclock hale and hearty but was soon cut down He was 25 years of ago anda son of Mrs Mary Albright Ho was a travel- Ing salesman for Stratton Terstcge liard ware Co of Louisville and was on ono of his business trips when killed Just how ho was caught in the mill ma- hinery is not known but it Is presume ed the wind blow a portion of his overcoat near a shaft which was making about GOO revolutions per minute catch- Ing his coat and pulling him down lit eraly breaking every bone in his body The remains were brought hero and met by Mr J O McClary who prepar ed them for burial They were taken and interred in the McKinney cemetery Thursday Several from Mt Vernon including Misses Alza and Susie Thompson Mrs John W Brown and Mr A B Furnish accompanied the re mains hero and several from here went to tho funeral nt McKinney Besides his mother Manly leaves ono brother Embry Albright WAYNESBURG Prof Caleb Nosrolls school closed Wednesday H II Singleton our hustling lumber man Is able to be out again after aIslight attack of grip V S Demon and W D D Hayes are very III with grip Rev W S Taylor filled his appointment at tho Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Ho preached some interesting sermons to a well filled house G W Horton has taken charge of the hotel which ho recently rented at Eubanks Mrs Dale who bought the property of Will Morton moved in last week M G Reynolds of Pulaski is visiting relatives and friends here Mr and Mrs Will Sims and children of Somerset visited their parents here Mr Reuben Williams of McKinney Is visiting his sister Mrs Margaret Smith Mrs C G Caldwell Mrs Tip ton Sims and Miss Minnie Caldwell are visiting relatives at Somerset Simple Remedy For La Grippe Lu grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop Into pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs so that no seri ous results need be feared The gen uine Foleys Honey und Tar contains no harmful drugs and Is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug Co In a scuffle for the possession of a revolver between John Armstrong ChaIloner and John Gillard an Englishman at Chaloners home at Cobham Va the weapon was discharged and Gillardd was killed Gillard was wife who had appealed to Chaloner for protection A coroners jury exonerat ed Chaloner of all blame Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoopa Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25e Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store II and438al09n8 HUSTON VILLE Hemp breaking is in full blast and every available hand isbeing used at good wages Of Christian charity Throughout the West End In distress or disease Every ache they will ease And a helping hand lend The numerous friends oCMr John Dlnwiddie will regret to learn of his se rious Illness He has a wide circle of acquaintances is a prominent member of the Christian church and a member of the city council until recently In the interest of good roads why does not Kentucky follow the I splendid example set by Virginia 7 In a meet ing held in Richmond recently a com plete State organization was effected with 810000 pledged clad the Leglsla ture asked to appropriato 500009 morn for good roads A campaign of educa tion on the subject to awaken the peo pIe to the needs of better management that will result in better roads should madeAt Underwoods sale Saturday stock brought fair prices sheep sold at 675 A good crowd attended The sale of Charles Lutes Saturday was well attended and bidding lively Thir ty sheep sold at 6 50 cows 25 and up one pony brought 15 four horses were taken down to await the combination sale Household goods sold at fair prices Mr Lutes left for Canada Wednesday where he will make his fu ture home McCormack Myers Vaughn shipped last week one car of cattle they bought at 2J to 4c two cars of hogs at 5c Rife Tucker one car of hogs bought at 5c one car of butcher stuff at 2J to 4c D C Allen ship ped a car of hogs to Cincinnati There is no rarity Mrs F P Combest of Casey came up td visit her daughter Mrs Steven son and have some dental work done by Dr 0 S Williams Judge Boyle Stone of Liberty stopped over in our city en route to Danville to visit Geo P Crow and family James W Allen arrived from Dunnville Saturday with 340 fat hogs Capt Joe Morris the noted thoroughbred handler is the guest of T L Carpenter Mr C L Holmes the veteran traveler of LouisIville spent Saturday and Sunday C L Pile and wife were here shopping Saturday Sam Bishop has returned from a delightful Southern tour stopping several days at Jacksonville and other points where he met a number of Kentuckians Mrs Wm Cabell ar rived here to see Mrs Frances Cabell who is seriously ill To try and arrest the ravages of the great white plague on Dec 12 1908 Police Judge Val B Morse accompan ied by his devoted mother left here for Deming N M The unfavorable weather there in spite of the close attention of the best physicians caused a rapid decline and ho passed into the great be yond from which none ever return on March 11th aged 25 Some days be fore his death ho asked to be taken home to die but his physicians said he would die en route Mrs Morse with the remains arrived Tuesday morning and after an impressive funeral service by Rev W S Willis at the Christian church a large concourse of sorrowing friends attended the burial in Hustonvlllo cemetery Tho floral offerings were exceedingly profuse and beautiful Softly the stars will gleam Upon his quiet grave Where ho sleeps without a dream The son she could not save Tho bereaved family have the sympa thy of the entire community Val Morse joined the church at tho ago of 14 and during the latter part of his Jife gave conclusive evidence of that conversion that is imbued with hope in eternal life for he feared not death He was loved by all his associates and was true as steel to his friends under any and all circumstances and never did any intentional injury to anyoneI The largest procession hero in years followed his remains to their last resting place Kills WouldBe Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims But DrI Kings New Life Pills kill it by preven ton They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowls preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Ma laria Headache and Indigestion 25o Pennys Drug Store The New York Court of Appeals has that John R Hageman presi ent of the Metropolitan Lifo Insurance Company must stand trial on the charge of perjury liMy three year old boywas badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gave hint two doses of Foloys Orino Laxative and the next morning the fever wasJgone and he was entirely well 0leys Orino Laxative uTe his life1 A Wolkush Coslmor LWls New Stanford Drug CoC rdn You cant Go wrong i In Style in Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of our Hart Schaffner Marx Spring Suits They are reliable in all the things a well dress ed man looks for The latest in fabrics colorings patterns andmodels We guarantee them to be all wool and not tofade i Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing your order i W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whetheru low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that individuality and lit which plainly Imllcuto they were nmilo to your measure I wllliiUotnko your inens uro for extra trousers fancy vest top coots nnd overcoats Kail mid Winter sam ples on hand ready for your Inspection 110 KUlLKYTUeTnllor Stanford Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line goods STONEWALL JACKSON JR i Tlild fine block middle stallion was tired by the grvut Kiiddli breeding Mnlllon Old Htonewiill This colts dam was a Denmark mure He U n nice colt Ho hOI colts to lieuInomit colts until paid for Darren mares nindo to standby the Impreitnntor We have perfect success In this breeding SilLY BRECKINRIDGF This line black wus sired by Jlnjor John It Harris Imported Jack lie will make the season of linw nt my burn at fi to Inturun colt until weaning time JIll got or llIlW J now 1111 my faun to show for his good breeding Ile In n suro foal getter- A TTItAYIXJIl A HONH Pltasnnt lUll limdlne Farm Mtanford R11 No 4 Safeguard the Future 1 The wifest surest and most adequate safeguard forthe future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage P ment liberality of Its policy dealing with its meuiborsand large returns to holders The cotttpanyleJustentering theiSIXTY FOURTH YEAR of U successful business career with morn policy holders lu Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for particularsstating ago and whether marred or to n ABtMyersJollies I White Hollcltor for Rookcnttle doe t i lt 1 Journalti IE Co WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county Is a candidate for Com Judlclaldlstnctsublecttoe democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It a candidate for circuit Judgo of tblltbolith district subject to Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY- Is IancnndldatoforclreultJudge of this the subject to the uctlon of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Ilcpresentatlve W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY ForJOonnty Attorney W S BURGH t For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE t For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER r For Jailer y DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For ConstablelHtanford District I M BRUCE t For Magistrate Crab Orchard District 4 JSWARD MOORE r For Magistrate HustonvlllrDUtrlct L K HELM SR DistrictLil For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH L PENNY hAs been un Jableso far to get a meeting of the dem ocratic chairmen of this judicial die f t trict notwithstanding the tact that he L has made three calls and has been to Danville twice to meet the other chair men To Ithe first and second calls Chairmen James I Hamilton and Lee Curry of Garrard and Mercer respect ivelysent reasons for their absence but they ignored the last one which was for a meeting Tuesday Mr Pen ny has requested the gentlemen to meet v Tuesdayand we hope all four of the s achairmenwill be present In justice to Chairman Chenault Huguely who like Mr Penny is for Judge Saufley In the t racefor judge we will state that he has been present at each meeting From r what we can gather Chairmen Hamil l ton andCurry are for Judge Bell We arc not informed as to why they desire to postpone action as to the time and method of nominating al candidate for circuit judge and Commonwealths At reasonsthstdemocratic constituency TUB Pennsylvania Steel Company employing 6000 men one of the largest of the indedendent companies has announced t a i10 per cent reduction in wages effective April 1 The Maryland Steel Co with headquarters at a Baltimore employing 4000 men has made a simlarreduction and the Rich wood W VaPulp Poper Co has closed down indefinitely throwing 300 men out of employment And this in the face of tho good times promised by l the Tafftidministration Miss ANNIE MORGAN daughter of J Pierpont Morgan will open a restau rant in the Brooklyn Navy Yard about r May 1 As chairman of a committee appointed bythe New York section of i the National Civic Federation Miss Morgan has just received her authoriza tion from tho Governmeut to carry out this plan which aims to provide for the men who work in the navy yard bet b ter food at less money than they can now obtain a- yPRESIDENT TAFTS message on tariff revision was sent to Congress Tuesday The message is brief the President contenting i c himself with urging Congress + to take speedy action in revising the tariiTand suggesting that other mat ters be sidetracked until tho tariff bill aispassed EDITOR NATHANIEL B SEWELL has c retired from the editorial management of the London Democrat and will go j publishtPearl alone on the paper but he is i equal to the occasion IN compliance with a resolution sup ported by a majority of its members houseT t cepted by a viva voce vote John J Marshall was unanimously elected SpeakerMajor r A J Watts mayor of MayI field is dead aged 74 ti I CHURCH MATTERS Preaching at Jumbo next Sunday at 3r M Walker wlll preach at the ChrUttan church at Hubble at 230 Sunday afternoon Prof HK Taylor of1Winche ter will deliver a lecture on Cuba in the near future at the Methodist church I will preachat McCormacks church the 4th Sunday in each month of 1909 at 11 A M and 730 r M J Q Mont gomeryText at the Methodist church Sunday morning IstlCor 10161 speak as to Wise McnjIJudgo yc What I Say Junior League at 3 r M Senior League at 630 r M Preaching at 716 P u We are going to meet Sunday 21st at Logans Creek church at 230 oclock to organize a Sabbath School We hope that all who are interested in this Sun day School will meet with us MrsJ E LynnRev J V LoganIof Louisville has been calledlcalled to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Somerset He is a brother of Rev Sanford M Lo gan formerly of of this place but now serving a Wilmoro church There will be a special meeting of all the Germans of Lincoln county at Ot tenheim in the schoolhouse on Sunday April 18 1909 for the purpose of join ing the DeutscheiO National Verband S Zwallen andFred Beyer committee- Dr T B Ray the Educational Sec retary of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Convention deliver a lecturejon Foreign Missions atI the Baptist church here Friday March 19th at 730 Mr Ray will use the stercoptican and moving pictures to illustratethe heathens condition Public cordially invited Admis sion free Especial attention is called to the ef fort for250 in the Christian church Mens1Biblemore see the interest that Is generally mani tested in this work Two weeks ago we were delightfully entertained by Mrs J B Foster and the boys report ed this as one of the most pleasant evenings they had ever spent Subject of sermon for Sunday night Is a Lie Ever Justifiable D M Walker pas tor IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Dr W H Cook o Monticello is dead Mrs Mollie Jones of Laurel county was declared insane Hens Worth ajcoal miner was killed by a train at Mk dlesboro Mrs Mary D Robards of the Atoka section of Boyle is dead aged 49 McCain Melone merchants at Chilton filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcyThe of the Crescent Lumber Co of Somerset was destroyed by fire causing a 6000 loss Elmer Spencer a Q C machenist in the Somerset shops was killed while operating an air jack James Eastin who worked at Bud Jamess livery stable at Harrodsburg dropped dead there yesterday Mrs Susan Henderson 70 years of age died at her home in Parks villo She was a sister of Ur W A Brown Wade Lee cf Judson Garrard coun ty had one of his hands badly wounded by the explosion of an old pistol he was handlingAt a man was arrested one night was indicted tried and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years all in less than 24 hours Charley Harp and Clyde Gillespie were given 10 years each in the peni tentiary for the murder of a Negro tramp near Corbin about one year ago Prof G P Simmons of the Madison Female Institute of Richmond has ten dered his resignation to accept the as sociate presidency of Campbell Ilagcr man Institute in Lexington to be effective at the close of this term- MATRIMONIAL A C Cherrington of Cincinnati and Miss Iina Moses of London were mar ried Wednesday- E F Green the clever plumber and Miss Allle Skidmore were joined heart and hand this week The groom is 21 bride 15 It Saved His Leg IIAII thought Ill lose my lewrites J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured It sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema SaltKhcum Dolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store A womans back is her chiefest Joy I As to how 7 When she gets too old to enjoy put ting fine clothes on It it will keep her J happy going to the doctor Rev J William Jones D D orI Richmond Va chaplain general of the United Confederate Veterans and an author and lecturer is deadIIThe joint Democratic ty Committee of county has called a primary for May 4 t POLITICAL President Taft appointed Edward W Durant Jr Collector of Customs a Charleston S C to succced W D Crum- I The members of the Kentucky dole Ration in the House with the exception of Representative Stanley were un I lucky in the annual lottery for scats I William JI Dry an in an interview in Chicago impressed his auditors with rcccptivocanIdldatefor from Nebraska In 1911 i Speaker Cannon announced the ap pointmenta of tho Committees on Ways and Means and Rules Representative- I Fitzgerald of New York who led tho bolt in the fight on tho rules goes on the Committee on Rules and other Democratic deserters were rewarded IJoseph G Cannon of Illinois was ro Reprolsentativesof receiving 201 votes Champ Clark of Missouri received 166 Cooper of Wis consin 8i Each of Wisconsin Ii Nor Jris of Nebraska 2 Hepburn of Iowa 1I Representatives Bartlett of Georgia goodIf proved of by their minority leader Mr Clark and refused to serve on the Com mittee on Mileage the membership of which was announced by the Speaker A Religious Authors State monte Rev Joseph H Fcspcrson Sails bury NC who Is the author of sev eral books writes For several years I was afllicted with kidney trou ble and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain In my kid neys aud was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without mats PoleyIe r I edy New Stanford Drug Co The Remedy Ithat Always Cures ZEMO li tecotnlxcd it the most booctt Id occeiilul mcdjcln la th wuiU toJiy ZEMO+ pemwf4tKueb Get a bo tea to4AIIVllulltioWtltc lot Mapl- eEWBneUcdldnC St Louis H This is the Time to Advertise Yoj r- STALLIONS AND JACKS Cards Printed on Short Notice Give Us a Trial- HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few pconlaJnUio United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic la all thing fair In all thing clean In all thing It Is essentially a family paper Dy special arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY COUUIKUOUUNAL one- yoarand this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the combination to usnot tc the CourlerJourna m N Stock of Merchandise tfor Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Ore caries and Hardware I I new Will Invoice about 0SUOgltenson 111 health ftCEO D HOPPEH HtnnfordKy T F GROSS Cra Orchard Kentucky Is nowjready to serve lilt old friends unit hopes to snake nmuynewones If you havu ii mule or horse to castrate save to work for him and have It done right He makes n specialty of castrating rldKullngs Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE ItrIthe Stanford pike Improvements and fencing Rood plenty of water end fruit Also 1Ii acres of timbered lend one mllfl Jot01 MoKlnney haltuttderfeuee = plenty of water and IlOUU tollftcto land See grow ngcrop J QlVKNKAgent McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE I OiiTIESI AYMAUCIISJIHi9atoVlock r Mnt my place on Danville Avenue 1 will otter fur sale my home with Ste 4 acres of goalrepairhotend place will sell 1 good family good 3yeurold horse row splendid for butter I lanai sowubout 100 twits clean clover lituothy bay Columbus buggy buckboard spring buggy harness I Rlrtlght heater two stabb of uses said nu nitrous other things Terms made known on day of sale MasJontrFOAniyHt- entoNKyCONCRETING Weareln poeltlontodaallklttds of von crating as llloclc Work Pavement and le fact we tAn snake from s house down to a fence post We can Iryou promptly and guarantee llrsI ss wok end sterlel Jail and get our prices before you buy your material At least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Black Joe IIItoPreston WJ Kentuckys greatest saddle stal dnmlucllebyltessengeriennmrktTddeanItettie Indlvlduallblackwvigbt Iou pounds 3 yens old fine saddler itnd very showy In hornets of flnestyleand action Hot him before you book your mares Reason due If mare Is traded or parted with All care will be taken to nvold acci dent but not responsible should any occur Jiff ADSA HOSHII Commissioners Sale Ii Lincoln Circuit CourtI111110111I In obvdlence to n Judgment of the Februaryterm t heirs ngulnst JnoK Cashs heirs the under signed Commlstloner will between the hours of 1 end t v x on MOND AYAIlIIL12 IH I county roust day otter for sate at public outcry to the highest find best bidder In front of court house In Stanford coantyKy following property In Turnersvllle L1ncolnI I The storehouse and lot bounded on the North bytlulandoIJllmeltCormlcle I thoHtanfordandllustonvllle pike I ne nnl ColTey l1l1lllkecoutallllng about I 1toNllouolstoreY Neal property which I bounded 1IInllmdby Stanford nod Iluitonvlllo turnpike on the West by tIll limit of nnctIcontaining between 8 end II acres This contains u story frame dwelling and out buildings TKUMH The sales will ho made on n credit of six months the purchasers will be required to give bonds for the purchase price with goof security payable to the Commissioner bearing B per cent Interest from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the land The lessees of extendingtheirLot No Sis leased until Jan 1 1V10 1 M MCIIOKKHTH Special Oomr POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mottle White 1 W Carter lien P Martin SpoonamoreJT A Rico Joseph llallou J L Holuclnw Hasty lllamMesserdtPaxton hun James N Cash J Novln CarterM 0 Lytle Mrs Jus Ilalnes UnrpenterTboma ThompsonMMiss Mettle Hewos Helchenbach pros ATTraylorLilburnWill Hester K CNunuelley J W llaughman J J K Bruce DavId Stevens John VRIIenhch Win hardier Dan Traylor M U Klmore OotllbOllck Fred llandorf JJ Thompson II itL Anderson MrJasIIEndsAKlbnsoJ IognllVRev Father Lou DroO SlfliauglunanUrlnltMrs llIrlIrlJt Ciooch Jacob Candor TraylorHamJlfofniauqET11Owdoy1tH THarris ItU lItk ns J a Hundley H HOrow Mrs Nannie H Good C K McUlurotAnderson Carr Anton W DL JJIslion KrcU VonUruenlgnii T L Mrs uto Ador nebeccnhtCnrpentorvKopntte John H Lee I r l7 New WalkoVers I i Jt just a little neater and just a little better than ever High Shoes in Gun Metal Vici Ox Blood and Patent Leathers 350 4 and fSOO Per Pair 4k j A pretty good stock still ofJ WALKOVER heavy goods for this sloppy weather fe a tt+ t+ +NH+f+ +4H+f41f- I t c r H J McjROJ3JSJTS STANFORD I KENTUCKY tEaaE faf E a Em CQOILDirect importation from France The tR IQvery t1 OVmedicinaly f poses m 35c Half Pint 60c Pint 100 Quart m 1 PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky STORE I ELECTRIC ItANQES Tho Rungo to buy u full savor n monej maker ho best baker A largo line of select from and vo will appreciate a CI111t GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford 1 il J We Could Shut our Eyes 4t Tai quality and workmanship and give you much showier garments at the HUTio price but to have them made right and of good material you get a Jservicahlo dress and one that docs not lose its shapeliness A il 1e SEVERANCE 8c SON STANFORD KY II The Interior Journal I t BTAMFOHD KY MAIICH 19 1900 F FINE lino of Reels Poles Lines and aU other Fishing Tacklo at Pennys Drug Store 41 PERSONALS Mn W M DUNCAN is clerking for Sam Robinson MRS J A WALTER is visiting her parents at Versailles MlsI AWE YANTIS of Lancaster Is with Miss Bessie Yantis JUDGE GKO M DAVISON was over from Covlngton for a few days MRS IIBLLB PERKINS of Garrard Is her daughter Mrs J C Eubanks MRS WALTER JOtS and daughter of Appalachia Va are visiting her father here MRS L E CARPENTER of Jersey City N J Is with her parents Mr and Mrs J N Mcncfeo DR AND Mns LEE F HUFFMAN of Lexington camo over to attend the burial of Mrs Al G Huffman f THE good news comes from Huston vlllo that Mrs II Reid who has been so 111 ta somewhat better MR D 0 KINO has returned to Groom Texas after visiting his sister t r Mrs James II SwopeAdvocate Miss ROBERTA OBANNON who is at t ittending college at Oxford 0 will be homo tomorrow to spend a few days MISS IBAIIEL SMITH left Tuesday for Tampa Fla to tako the position of bookkeeper for n largo hardware firm MRS B P OWSLFV of Columbus Ga and Mesdames Nannio and Rich art S Putnam of Lebanon attended tho burial of Mrs A G Huffman MR AND MRS JAMES R NUNNELLY changed their headquarters Springfield Mo to Fort Worth Texas and order their I J sent to that point Mn J ROY B ROSE wife and son who came up to attend tho burial of her brother Mr Val B Morse at Huston vlllc returned to Etowah Tenn yesterday CHARLES LUTES and family loft Wed nesday for Canada where they will re t side and where Mr Lutes has a 450 aero farm lie will deal extensively In cattle year ago Mr L came to this county a poor boy but by hard work and good judgment ho amassed quite a snug lIttlo fortune t TilE following Brodhead and Mt Ver non people passed through yesterday morning to McKinney with the remains of Manley C Albright who was killed Tuesday Misses Alan Thompson and Eliza Pike and Messrs A E Albright E S Albright P A Sholton Johfi Evans C II Frith M B Boiling W L Richards George Owens WillWm Krudger U B Cass E B Newlt d Will Hiatt Embry Albright and the I mother of the unfortunate young pan Mrs Mary Albright LOCALS SEE tho new lnmens Oxfords Cummins Wtaren 7 01 I FOLLOW the crowd iaRdjKO tei tho moving picture show J r FOR SALEMy h esDanvilio Ave All modern lmprev m nU Mrs John Elliss t MR S SHANKShascontracted for a new and uptodate front for the storeroom occupied by Hughes MartinI r 1Co THE First National Bank find Shugars Tanner are Improving helr rooms with liberal applications of paper and paint l BUFF Orpington eggs for hatching CQc per setting of 17or 250 per hun dred Mrs W J Holtzclaw Gilberts Creek Ky4tMR J M KEANE the husJing Junc tion City baker got tho end If ono of his fingers cut off while war Ing with tho machineryln his plant f FGER1sproventhat house down and we bell yb hawillphow that ho knows how to put one up All of tho old building that will be razed is now a pile of bricki TilE Monte Criak Co gave an excel lent performance Gi ilather small house Wednesday 1All those I who took part bir Wil leadingjjjwjjejjjjt NEW clocks at Muellers SEe my lino of wagon and buggy har nets J C MrClary I LADIES Oxfords in tho very latest styles Cummins Wcaren WANTRD a good farm hand to milk Address Box 196 Stanford Ky 0 CARLOAD of extra nIce Whlto North ern seed oats J II Baughman Co I Ecog from Red hens Mallard ducks and Toulonse Mrs W J Edml ton Crab Orchard Ky I FOR SALE Eggs from finely bred Barred Plymouth Rocks Mrs R 11 Crow Shelby City Ky R F D No 2 Box 2S- Fort SALE House and lot on East Main St Stanford Ky in Graded i school district Call on or address S Raines Stanford Ky JUST received a carload of genuine Pluto Cannel Coal Best in the world for cooking and all right for tho grate Only iCe per bushel McKinney Coal Feed Co THE Modern Woodmen of Moreland Tent will give an oyster supper at Woodmans Hall Moreland on Satur day night March 27 music will be furnished OUR lettertells the horrible manner In which Manloy Albright n splendid young man of that place met his death Mr Albright was well known hero and his untimely taking away has caused much sorrow among his large circle of friends CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to thank from the depths of grateful hearts tho good people who were BO kind to and considerate of us in our recent bereavement they be rewarded both in this life and the one to come V B Morso and family Hustonvlllc WILLIAM SEVERANCE prominent merchant of Stanford drove over from Shelbyvillo this morning in his automo bile to see hip brother Rev Joseph Severance Ho had been to Louisville in his machine and was on his way homo Mr Severance says that work is being rushed on Stanfords new court house which will be a great credit to tho cotmtyFrankrort Journal WlllTE Mrs James lVhlto died at her home on Logan Avenue at 4 o clock yesterday morning after an ill ness of some weeks She had been in declining health for n year or more Deceased was a daughter of Mr II H Baker of Rockcastle and Is survived by her father husband and six children Mrs J H Colyer Miss Miranda White and Mrnsr Harris James Robert and Hobart White Tho loss is n crushing ono and great sympathys felt for tho family Mrs White was a devout member of tho Baptist church and a most excellent woman The remains will be taken to Mt Vernon pn tho train this morning Funeral ser will be held at tho Baptist church there which tho body of the good wife and mother will bo consigned to mother earth in the Mt Vernon cem etery TilE following sent fromCynthiana makes Mr M S Baughman who Is contesting the nomination for sheriff of Mr W L McCarty feel that he yet has a chance to have the ballots cast in the primary of Feb G counted as he Is determined to take tho caso to tho courts The cases aro similar In tho circuit court Judge Fryer decided that the Harrison County Democratic Com mittee had not fulfilled duty when they did not hear evidence In tho ease in which James A Daugherty is con testing tho nomination at tho November primary and directed tho chairman to call tho committee to meet not later than March 23 and hear the evidence on which Daugherty bases his claims Mason was declared the nominee last November the race of the returns showing him to be the winner by 34 votes over two opponents but at the time Daugherty gave notice of his in tention to contest and after several meetings of tho committee at which nearly all the time was taken up tho committee decided that Daughurty had no claim and dismissed tho petition This was followed by tho case being taken to tho circuit court and now Chairman Terny has called a meeting for March 23rd at 9 A M at the courthouse to hear tho proof Daugherty has to A later dispatch says Mr Mason will appeal the case New Suits New SKirts New Spring Coats New Silk Coats We have just placed ou wile a Hue of the above goods that are absolutely correct in stylo anti priced much less than the same goods are priced in larger towns and cities DONT forget tho moving picture show CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer FRESH buttermilk cream dally at Rlneharts 4t FOR SALEA lot of roller skates Apply at this office TRY a of that allleather work shoo at 2 Cummins Wcaren SEE our roofing for tobacco barns tho best W K Warner tho tinner Ir Is now time for your Spring sew ing Call on Mrs J H Colyer Logan Avenue FOR SALEA 15horao power portable engine and boiler J R Powell Stanford o 0 FOR SALE Imperial Pckln duck eggs 11 for 1 Mrs James N Cash phone 9S 2l- MILLINERY OPENING On Thursday March 25th I will havo my millinery opening All tho ladies are cordially in vited to come Miss Ella May Saun ders T C BALL tho depot street mer chant has papered and painted his store and filled it with brand new goods of various kinds Call on him when you need anything in his line PLEASANT OccAssIoNMr and Mrs W P Grimes entertained thu faculty of tho Stanford Graded School Friday evening Notwithstanding the inclem ency of the weather each one reported on time in order to further establish reputation for promptness and to be assured that no good thing would be missed To lend dignity to the occasion tho pastors of tho host and hostess were present Rev J L Yandell and Rev D M Walker and wife Truo hospitality was evinced and verily an era of good feeling prevailed Preach er pedagogue and patron laid aside for tho nonco tho characteristic manner of their several stations and a genuine feeling of true social interest was en joyed A dinner suitable for tho most pronounced epicurean was spread be fore tho guests and each one felt that it was good to be there and showed their faith by their works After an evening of unalloyed pleasure and many expressions of good will the guests left feeling that it was not so bad after aU- to be a school teacher The following were preaent Rev D M Walker and wife Mr J W Ireland and wife Rev J L Yandell Mrs H D Phillips Misses McKinney Dunn Palmer Ea ton Adams Ballou Fettro and Mr WiggintonHUFFMANIn our Tuesdays issue brief mention was made of the death of Mrs AI G Huffman of Louisville but formerly of this place She had been sick for a but was not considered dangerously ill and was alone in her room when she became suddenly worse Physicians were hurriedly summoned but nothing could be done for her as life was almost extinct when they ar rived It is not known what caused her death but tho general belief is that apoplexy was tho trouble Deceased was a daughter of tho late E H Burn side of this place and her girlhood days were spent in Stanford Some 22 years ago she ran off with and married Mr Huffman and three children are tho fruit of that union viz Mrs Jamie Carpenter of tho East End and Miss Kittlo Huffman and Master Burnslda Huffman of Louisville For and the husband unbounded sympathy is wifeIa and her affection for her husband and children was beautiful indeed She was one of those sacrificing women who gave all of her time and talent to her family entirely forgetting self Few if any better women have in this community May the sod lie gently on her grave Deceased was about 45 years old and had for years been a consistent member of the Pres byterian church The remains were brought through hero Wednesday and taken to Lancaster where they were laid beside the father and mother whoI had preceded them to tho land that is fairer than day Rev J L Yandell prayed and spoke briefly at tho grave A large number of friends from hero at tended the burial and floral contribu tions wero numerous and beautiful May He Who doeth all things well com fort and care for the bereaved husband and children TilE moving picture has an unusually good program for to night Do not foil to seo It TilE invited to attend our millinery opening Thursday March 25 Misses VanDeveer ATTEND Dr J B 0 ckssale near Hustonvlllo tomorrow Saturday See elsewhere what he will dispose of JUST received a car of Webber Wag one also wo have on Hoosier Corn Drills Disc Harrows and other farming implements Seo us before placing your order Coffey Bishop More land A Tribute to My Dear Son Val I his father who knew him so Intimately worked with him daily and loved him so well am In position to say of him what strangers can not H loved and honored his parents respected true womanhood was truthful and honest To his legion of friends al ways responsive without hypocrisy Patient when suffering thoughtful oven then of his sick sister God had need for him and these memories are ours Lovingly V B MORSE Tho jury lathe case of tho Coopers and Sharpe for killing Senator Carmack at Nashville seems to be hung They wrestled with the instructions 10 hours without reaching an agreement The shops of theGulf and Ship Island railroad at Gulfport Miss have closed down for a while and 300 men are out of employment The West Tennessee Company has agreed to sell its interests in Reel foot Lake to tho State of Tennessee for J75000 I Wiley Cole a well known citizen of Pittsburg is dea- dFOR SALE I 23jjmilesgoodsdwe111nFcorn grass land good orchard farm well watered Call oil or address O M PEKKINH- Mlddleburg Ky PUBLIC SALE I On HATUItPAY3rtnatr a IHli nt 130 IIndkltcbencnrrlHEeil good BI new 1 now sowing ma delluNIIlI1Imtonvlloestate Terms made known on day of sale n A LIIItI Adnnr NOTICE enllandutterprllr bettertbolr1lroliollO stateford LUTEH IIItOBTurnersvlt- leKyPUBLIC SALE s fllrllllIellri HATUllHAY MAUOII SO W blluullhlllnnand calves 1 goat pair of horse mules com SJennetsthrandCO barrels of corn ono twohorse wagon and JormlckIIOW furnlture Term made known on ilay of tale Jll BECK M D JIuitonvllle Ky Col Jl Chandler Au- ctGALTON J29JO Season of 1WO Hire of CalvIn O 21I1 H Al hums S2 K and six others with trials from 2ik to 218 landletl one In the lM list Hired byQambattaWll InIOFieldtgr0ndduntofbwtrecords Ilnuubletontan10ditn2D basUlnya his daughters have no in Kentucky uerdsutyaucton carries the blood or four amIIIesHumUlctofiIaiiWllkesMauibrliio Chief and Heoloyn Amur clln War tIfentollster rings they art In great demand selling yearlingsfromstable S mile West of Uustonvllle on Drill coltMOllopreeslyfornmresnootherstoekmlxedwlth mires grass und largo stables for mares to foal drain fed nt cost Phono In residence Ilustonvllle Exchange W M DODD HuUonvllleKy I 6 We Invite Comparison Of our Sksrts with any make Human hand can not do nicer work than is ou these goods the elite kind If we havent your size in tlle kirt you like we will make one to fit you See the new models just in I with June have from Nino Wild geese Good May 1103 vices after their offer pair week them lived show hand Land w L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin r SKIRTS A full line of new Spring Skirts of tho very newest models 1 and of the newest shades and weaves Fashions latest decrees are here expressed without limit Skirts beautifully trimmed in buttons taffeta bands and satin folds handsomely tailored in nil the latest styles and colors Inspect this lino and we know wo willsell you for wo unhesitatingly guarantee the quality of goods fit price and style Anybody will tell you that thee Queen is the best skirt handled in the U S HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI W E Perkins Crab OrchardPILE OF STYLE MAKE ttirst Tfational tank Stanford Jy Orfttnixtct SS2 Capital Stock 30 000 Jurplur anti Wndfoidatt Profits JtSQOOO Jftas paid in Dividends sinoo Organization 2ft 500 9llerihsOFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris Pice President John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WW Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baugbman- M D Elmure J M Pettus H C Baughroan J F Cummins S T Harris no 0 Robinson- W n OBannon J S Hocker CE Tate f1 Big Combination fvSale a OF HICK CLASS Business Horses Stallions und lacks To be Held a- tHustonvilleKyMarch f 24 25 26 i Write for Entry BlanKs Entries Close March lOttv The Hustonville Combination Sale Company k HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Y The Interior Journal p Mnteredinlhe Post Odce at Stanford a- 1efld elaM mutter L at N TIMETHBLNo- SlHouthn pM Noai Koutiinit A M Nop 4Nortb44eA x No yl North 617 P X No YT 1017 A U No 9s tHO r N JOS Se RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who is sub fering from Eczema Pimplcs Dand roflt or any forrri of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent Iy cured byZcmo a clean liquid fOl externaluse All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE F A S PRICESu- rgoon Dentist t STANFORD KENTUCKY fI Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Iarns i Nothing glut Insurance l Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Mm STANFORD KY Jlenldenco 1hono 89 Omce PS Insure with mo and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox 3i n handsome large young Jersey Bull de crndrd from n Ion and unbroken line of the most noted bull and COM uz the land of Jersey England and America 111 is one of the lest bulls ever 1111 IsI sad hit dam Is n show cow that has g pounds or rich milk In one day If you t seLtke begets Llto or the Likeness tome Ancestor and have n strictly ofI cotryou should avail yourself of his Tire lie will be nllowed to serve a limitedI number of approved registered cow out aide or our own herd this year for n fee of fteach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred D AOTTKU Telephone 80 Htnnford Ky N DWe have to otter threo extra choice bull calves that will be sold nt right prices At McKinney Ky Toucan tlndour Hlnndanl Itemedy the xrealest blood and liver medicine yet known t n Clue or RheumntUm Malt Hheum Kid hey Trouble and nil diseases arising fromI Impure blood It has no equal It is ninnu lacturrd under the food net of June 15x6 and gunrnnlect pure the utanufecturer Ii be Ia taken nccordlng to directions and If he or Mie Is not benefited by the use ottbe Hemed we will refund money Eacho We can do nothing more package contain 91 doses with n registered guaran tee und mailing card with full Insfuctlons AVvsvnd It to any address by moll on re or 1 per package or six packages for J5 netterordern box today In tlmeyou might save n hug doctor bill Remember If you take the JUmedy accord- S S lag to Instructions nnd lire not benefllvd you get your ilollnr back You will not flBd the remedy In drug stores for sale It 4 J 1 told only our authorized agents RfeUBBX VILLIAMH Agent We Buy I FURSHides Wool GiasesgLtaj Uot la LeuliTillc Write for wceUy fa alai aDd Jjprins U- pn Sabot Sons ZM E Market St LOUISVILLE KY C JLBeazleyCo Undei lasers and Embalm ere Afro Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniturejfor i alljKinds of Stock Give Thum a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary r Undertaker Embalmer and aloe in Harness Saddlery i STANFORD KY T egos Ihtt 167 HcmePhona L o I MIDDLEBURG The Society of Equity has at last reached this county An organization has been effected at Walltown amon the tobacco raisers of that section Q R Jones water mill meal Is got ting to be quito famous Ho is shipping to Covington Lexington and other towns along tho Q C and can not always supply tho demand Your Hustonvllle scribe speaks of Moreland as a suburban village of Hu tonvllle when Hustonvillo could be hid away so completely in the center of Moreland that oven her church spires could not be seen Williams surely ir agincs vain things The Yosemite people have replaced the bridge across Knob Lick and Tap scott McWhorter have taken the contract to rebuild ont across the lagoo here Tho one across the river at the Elliott ford can not be put up until the water gets much lower There is considerable sickness here nt present Nearly every member of Rev J L Owens family has been down You rarely meet any one who is not coughing or sneezing Sheriff Well house is said to resemble a hospital Nearly every bed in the house contains a sick member of the family Our doctors are kept busy looking after their patients and the telephone lines are un usually warm with sick messages Mrs Jane Miller started Monday to visit her son In Michigan Miss Sallie Estes of McKinney entered school here Monday Miss Jennie Elliott of Mt Olive spent Sunday hero with Mrs S G Elliott James Winfrey of Dunn ville is here looking after the telephon line J T Short has been quite sick but is improving Clarence Cochran of Louisville is with his sister Mrs Jason Lawhorn at Yosemite Children Have A Good Time Little Miss Mary Helm Johnson entertained about 30 of her little mission ary friends on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock at a doll party Firs was the introduction of Lynn Pence Teddy Bear to the little girls and their dolls Then plays by the children wer engaged in for a short while followc by the Lady Manager calling the house to order for transaction of business and the following program 1stSong by the Children 2ndPrayer by Mar Francis Corminey 3rdSong by Mar tha Raney Josephine Beasley and Mar Helm Johnson 4thScripture Rending by Mary Helm Johnson Matthew 5 5thRecitations by Louise and Margaret Lynn and Elsie Coleman 6th Select Readings by Sarah Allen Car miney and Martha Matheny 7thRoll call and payment of dues 8thElec tion of officers for the ensuing year PresidentMary Helm Johnson Vice PresidentLouise Lynn Treasurer Clinton Coleman Secretary Edwar Brady After this we repaired to the dining room where we were served with ices and cakes by the mothers The table was beautifully decorates with hyacinths tulips and ferns These 1 ttle missionary boys and girls did not forget to remember sick friends anc our editor with some of their delle ious refreshments At 5 oclock wi bid our little hostess goodbye with a great wish that she may live to enjoy many such occasions and grow up to bean honored and useful woman May Gods richest blessings abide in this home A W lowThe Of Doom WitS seen In the red face Lands and- body of the little son of 11M Adams of Henrietta Pa Ills awful plight from eczema had for live years defied all remedies and battled the best doctors rho said the poisoned blood had affected hU lungs and nothing could save him uHut writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Hitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and Blood Disorders and Rheumatism ElectrIc litters Is supreme Only 50o Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Under a decision rendered by the Vir inia Corporation Commission the maximum passenger rate on the Virginia ailroads will hereafter be 2J cents This decision is the result of a petition lied some weeks ago asking the establishment of a new passenger rate The cleverest Imitation of real Coile her 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 Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug Store Rumors are taking definite form that the anthracite operators will shut down heir collieries on April 1 unless the miners come to an agreement with hsm before that time A tickling or dry cough can be quick I loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No oplumno chloro formnothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Capt Thomas C Jones aged 73 died nt the home of his niece the wife of I former United States Senator William Jnsday at Frankfort Hugh Harris foreman of the Tyrone Lumber Co was caught in the ma hinery of a saw mill and killed1 J tV FARMERS DEPARTMENT For sale or trad7good cow Crit White Junction City John Brophy of Bourbon sold to W H Whaley 23 heifers at WGO John A Wood of Boyle sold sever- alI pairs of mules at 250 to 350 In Boyle J C Robinson sold to J C Johnston 21100 pound hogs at 5c W W Evans sold to Dick McMaho a bay colt by Peter the Great for 3 000 FOR SLE600 bales of good No 1 wheat straw Robert Leigh Shelby City Ky FOR SALEA number of big nice mare mules good workers four to she years old S M Owens McKinney Ky A revival of nightrider tactics bega in Christian county when tobacco plant beds on the farms of J T Walker and Nin Long were sown with grass seed At a jack sale at Stithton Mo Limestone Wonder 486 brought 2810 Twentyfive jacks averaged 1000 and 32 jenneta averaged 24235 The sale totaled 31725 I have for sale a good driving hors I5I hands and fat sound and gent for lady to drive 1 good milk cow 1 sow and 5 shoats If you want some thing that will suit yon call on me at once at my store at Turnersvillc Ky Keene Lutes- Dont drug tho Stomach or stlmu late tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It Is the weak nerves that arc crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoop Restorative and see boy quickly good healthwlll come to yoi again Test it and see I Sold by Pen nys Drugstore y Im going to make a lot ofsnonel writing books and then Im going to farmWhy not make a lot of money farm leg and then write books Foloys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and ex pels colds Get the genuine In a yel low package New Stanford Drug Co SEE E T Pences new corn planter It is a daisy and does the work to 11 queens taste EGGS FOR SALE I Thoroughbred H C Drown leghorn eggs from selected stock I1U88BLL BItOWN HtinifordKy FRUIT ORNAMENTAL TREES 1 I Vlrthlnll for Orchard Luwn alai Oar dun Write for catalogue IrMIllrrENSti ttt t HUSH Lexington Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the publlo with the best ae well as the frxsheit of cut flowers plants of nit klutz bulbs Mowers on short notice Also make n specialty of wroutu purposesIn ulxjvo 1 have all kinds of ve jululile on hand at rrasunabli price 0U8TMAj oRKBN HOUSES Kn I1VIII1AIII 1BOl- lHlanfordKy NOTICE I I willIhdwltn the hours of 9 oclock A M n t r M on MONDAY MAIltm V 1W- In 5 front of the courthouse door In Stan ford Kyell at publlo to the high est midistai idtierfurcasheluimudthelui- lowinglropertyorsontucba will pay tax Includes D per cent innnlty und cost of advertisings Carpenter Jennie and Dovle 1IO7S 11j SO- It It HITOIIKS Treasurer Htanford Urndetl Hcliool EXECUTRIXS SALE As executrix of the estate of William Warren deceased I will on- TUKSDAYMAUOH J3IMX beginning nt in oclock A M sell to the highest and beet bldd rntpubllcoutcryon the lams of the law William de ceased tho following personal property to wit Heven COWl 8 reglstcrwl short horn cows 4 yearling heifers 0 calves tu hogs 3 murex bred to 1 work mules 1 mule colt fBrinlniMniulcments wngon 1 wagon I new carriage 1 phreton 8 double shovel plow a turning plow 2 cut ttvatore 1 Ubnhurrowl anquthlnRharrow 1 tiny mowing machines i corn planter I HUe drill with icrtJJher lit tauhmunt 1 cutting box corn shuller 1 scalding box half interest In roller wagon and gvitr 5BO barrels of excellent corn housohold nod kitchen furniture wad n number of other things TKIIMH All purchases of 110 and under cash In band all over noon II credit of six lmrltdloubloper cent Interest trout until paid Mas WM AIIIIVOCI T n Kngllsh AUt Knnvlllo Ky Lincoln Bonds for Sale 4 Per Cent Semi- Annually On HATfUDAY A1MU1 10 1DOU ut 1 oclock IM In front of tho court house door In Htanford Lincoln county Ky tho publie of said county to the iimouut of twdio for the purpose of erecting n now courthouse In said county Bald pond will bo Issued In three series towit Herles A of J100UI and consisting of 20 bonds of tifi each and payable In JO yours from May 1 btu with tho privilege of redeeming In 7 years Herlos11of SlOts0consisting of 20 bonds Ylnrlfromdeeming In 10 years aerial 0of 1500 consisting of M bonds yearsrrotnredeeming In Uytura 1W9 nt- IPMandwillbelseuedand bear Interest from let day of May 11OP with Interest at 1 per cent payable s iniannualy RDurclIOomm 1 This Planter has been on the market for years and there is no i experiment as to whether it will work or not Can furnish the Disc or Runner Edge or Flat Drop EaT PENCE STANFORD KY T If YouWant To Crow Corn Alfnlfn hog and cnttle coma to Duller Co Mend tor lIt of improved farms AreJ E WK8T Augusta Km FOR SALE I J r boiler nnil engine anti aw mill for sale Will toll o lib or or both On AH KNAauxOttcnhcliu Ky fottoUlcc Wnyneiburg Ky DEITS COLLECTED We collect notes clntini and nccounU In any purl of the United Hlntcn No charge uniOM collected Uollccttoiu promptly re milted Tryut 11OY D H COLLECTION tO ENOY Momenet K The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kontucky Rot Treatment of DUrnwi of the Eye Now Throat Ear Ueiiltolrlnnry luctnl Or guns Nervous Hyitviu and Hurccry MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 H A A M will steel In stated communication on lIch nrst and third Monday nights of each month nt TI NlnlllronlenuyWM1T Notice Poultry Raisers I Now H the time of year to feed your fowl n good tonic 41111 cures Oholera GnpICoup canker and Umberneck when fed ni n preventive It nut only keeps them health but makes theta 10 ieyguaraateedbythe guarantev Askfor booklet on diseases of poultry BIID CARTER Now Liver Depot Street Phone OG STANFORD KENTUCKY Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fop external use Stop Itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medIcine All Druggists Writ for sam ple EW Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire LifelAccident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Klght of tho leading comimnlci of the world represented Oomiwtu In rules with nil the companies of the world Ix spay Ing record unsurpassed Never land n law milt In the history of this agency oases promptly paid and without discount No- waitingiidnysforyour money lloforo In on MAHONY G lANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Indigestion Stomach trouble Is but a 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