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V THE INTERIOP JOURNAL IYOLo XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 13 1908 NO 4 DANVILLE KY r BRIGHT NEW ASSORTMBNTS OF Spring Wash Fabrics A Complete and Attractively Priced Display of White and Colored Wash Goods Awaits Your Choosing 1Po nthire early choosingtesortmente are nmv complete embracing every weave and your choice Prices are ns low as they can hemuch below last Springs realo of prices Wo have arranged this early that you might get your Spring and Summer wardrobes underway while you or your dressmakers time is not ful ly occupiedWo purchased of wash fabrics widely wisely and well wo mako our selections from tho leading manufacturers one of tho reasons why ours is al ways tho leading wash goods department and wo timed tho placing of our on era eo as to secuye tho lowest posciblo prices The showing Is worthof your viewing In many respects IYMercerized Pongees This is n beaulifulfabrfc for Coat suits skirts dresses and wnilltHjust tho right weight Washes perfectly and comes in most perfect tluulings of Pon gee Champagne Copenhagen reels blondinc navy black cream and hello Dont fail to consider these Irish Dimities Thceo old limo favorites arc again strongly in favor It is tho daintiest or all sheer wselt fabric ftII wellftII moat durable Wo are eholing about 30 of as exquisite designs and colorings as were ever seen price yd lowest ever Colored Dress Linens Rajah Linens in all the desirable colorings Solid colored linens with hair lino stripes and checks in blues champagnes navy browns hello etc Whito ground linens with hair line checks and stripes full yard wide at 30c t yd 36 inch plain colored linens at 25c 45c and real French Dress Linens o at 50c Colored linens with embroidered figures at 50c yard White Dress Linens We tho greatest demand ever known for whito linens this scasor j s and have laid in n stuck accordingly Wo show over 25 distinct qualities o r linens Sheer linen lawns at everyprico from 25c to 81 yd Liner Cambrics up to 82 yd 30 inch at 25c 30c nntlup to 75c Linen Shccingu from U to 82 Fronting Linen for Tailored Waist from 25o to 75c When in search of linens como to us and you will bo sun to find just what you are looking for and and at correct price White Waistings Wo are showing a lino of over 75 styles of fancy white Shirt Waist materials These include figured Madras Dimity checks frftiu 15o to 50c Lawn checks and plaids fancy Lena stripes and many novelties in all white material especially adapted to shirt wa- istsNovelty Lines Wo have such a great variety of new fabrics that it is impossible to do more than mention them and nsk you to come in and inspect them now Real Scotch Ginghams Dotted Swiss mid Bordered Batistes nt 15c yd Chiffon Ilayo Crystal Chiffon Suisse JJrOtleric etc etc Wash Braids We cnllSI ecinlattention to our line of strictly Fast Color cotton Soutache braids for braiding linens pongees and other wash dresses Wo havo colors to match all shades Also to our line of absolutely Fast Color embroidered braids and bands from inch to 2 inches wide in all colors When you go to tho trouble to trim u wash dress you want to bo sure the colors will wash WE GUAKANTEK ALL OF THE- SEReadyToWear Department We aro receiving evcry day additions to our stock of Tailored Suits Silk Suits and Dresses Wash Suits nod Woists and it will repay you well for the time to take a look into this department if roily for ideas We call special attention to our new Voile skirts at 8850 80 and up to 81750 all nmdo of AUmnu Yoilo Also ask to see those special value Net Waists at 83 8350 84 and 85 I fL wc4wCDANVILLE KY D n 1 Kentuckys Disgrace and Billy Sun day DECATUR ILL March 2Tho night that tho decision of the Electoral Com missions robbery of Samuel J tfilde of tho presidency was received in Stan ford lion Ed Marshall delivered his lecture on Gen John C BrcckinridRe Preliminary to tho lecture was an excoriation of that travesty lost to the compendium of classic satire and Invcc tlve but concluding with this climax Let every seff respecting American retire to the privacy of his homo and pull down the blinds Illinois contingent of Kentuckians sends condolences to the mother and grandmother Stato with devout hope that the pious may derive great comfort from the scriptural assurance that whom tho Lord loveth lie plungeth in to tho slough of slum and Investeth with sack cloth and mud or something equivalentMay good Lord have mercy or you Bill Bradley elected to the most exalted height possible to Kentucky political preferment and by Kentucky democrats who will provoko a derisive howl in political precincts of Plutos hottest corner which will reverberate throughott tho remainder of eternity Announcement that the lee Trust would restrict future operations to Iceland would be less astounding than was tho news of your disgrace It was a fit ting discrimination of tho Cincinnati Enquirer to give Caleb Powers con gratulations first place on the list and follow with Fairbanks Cannon Fora ker and other lights of only incandes cent degree of brilliancy- In a symposium of how it happened Brent Spenco punctuated the ex pInnation in his comprehensive pith Tho basest party perfidy that ever disgraced tho democratic party It Is very crhol to include your sublimated neighbor of Boyle in the list of renegades inflncnccd by Iwhlsky interests Only an inspired unselfish devotion to purity in politics and conscientious ma nipulation of whisky interests could have induced him to betray his constituents lie knows best wherein lie doylea beat interests and a few thous and years hence when tho talent has evolved to the lower level of the exalted moral plane their agent now occu pies some new combination possibly will have produced an explosion of sufficient propulsive power to project the fact into their oven then profane com prehension Then your neighbor will bo apothesized as the ono genuine anti typo of Jesus Christ now execrated as- a Judas Iscariot Let us pull down the blinds A moral wave of tidal proportions la shaking the dry bones of Illinois and Decatur is just now on its crest Billy Sunday one of the base ball top notch era of 20 years ago is the evangelist whose forensic fury magnetism fervor and wonderful dramatic delivery draws thousands daily to the immense tabernacle erected especially for his crusade Its seating capacity is COOO and is usually crowded an hour before services A choir of 500 at rear of the speakers platform and congregational volume in choruses make a storm of melody which suggests the Celestial Sacngcrfest Mr Sunday is fluent fervid furious and of ten ferocious pro ducing that sulphurous atmosphere the present day patriarchs remember when the fur flew at revivals when denomi national propogandism was almost uni versal The features of applause en cores and denominations restricted to your secular gatherings would appear at firat a little incongruous but youd soon get used to such All leading con gregations havo suspended their indi vidual work and combined in this assault of Belials ramparts and the breaches are broad promising a glori ous victory in the rescue of thousands Tho ferment of enthusiasm in this city is proportional to the effervescence of your town produced by Evangelist Car adlno Booze cards theatres hypoc nay all the piccadillos and particularly tho heresy of Christian Science havo taken to the woods for tho time being and will not resume business at tho old stands till many days after Billys removal to another of his eight years ahead engagements Half hour of mu sic precedes every service and such music I The troupe is organized com plete and mostefllcient The choir organize and director is a fine tenor and baritone soloist of powerful voice He sings dally and occasionally tho choir whispers a stanza One girl whistles a solo She trills like a canary But Lin coIn county can furnish a male quar- tette that can shine even here and what a sensation a few scores of Lln colns sweet girls would create distrib uteri through theso audiences KENTUCKIAN Gov Swanson of Virginia has grant eda respite to March 27 in the case of Leo C Thurman the Kentucky boy under sentence to be hanged today The Supreme Court has refused Thur man a rehearingi MIDDLEBURG The Christian church at Yosemite is without a pastor For shooting at Luther Lucas Frank Martin was given one year in tho pen by a jury at Liberty last week Wm Miller who it seemed was in quite a critical condition some weeks ago Js able to sit up now His friends are glad of his recovery People living along tho mall route from hero to Liberty are petitioning to have tho carrier remain over here un til the arrival of tho evening mall from McKinnoy As the matter now stands they say their mall is a day late in be ing delivered to their boxes along tho lineIf Bolter Lillard can assume tho right to disgrace the Boyle county dem ocrats by voting for a republican for United States Senator the good people of Danville should sea to it that he does not run a blind tiger when he returns from Frankfort A man with no more scruples than Lillard seems to have is certainly a dangerous man in a com munity But Lillard is not the only Judas in the democratic party- C It Carson W J Godby James Riggins E P Claypool and John Ad ams have been doing jury service at Liberty for a week or more Mr W T Royalty is better after several days Illness Misses Alma Thomas of Phil and Odie Hansford of Boyle have en tered school here J F Cash went to Liberty Tuesday Mrs Laura Leo was sick tho first of the week Mr and Mrs WTMlller entertained the Sunday school teachers Tuesday evening If tho democratic party must be re organized as Watterson and tho Cou rier Journal have suggested let us for the sake of peace and especially for the sake of decency in its ranks reor ganize it so as to leave Watterson and tho Courier Journal out This seems advisable since old man Watteraon and his paper have become chronic bolters Bryan can get along better without them this fall than with the half hearted support they will give him if they do not bolt him outright HUSTONVILLE Notice has been received that service will be extended permanently on Rural Route No 1 from Richards comerI East to C S railroad as requested in the petition the change to take effect April 1st Put mall boxes up on the road side of tho ditch with bottom of box 48 to 54 inches from the ground as required by the superintendent of rural mall service Tho road inspector is ex pected within 30 days Mr Arthur Moore White of Louisville assistant general manager of the Danville Columbia and Scottsville Rail road says the corps of engineers have finished up their work as far as South Liberty Construction from McKinney will soon begin and tho work pushed as rapidly as possible J F Allen has been to Cincinnati Chattanooga and other points arranging the final details before commencing the construction work Mr White leaves for tho East this week on railroad business and ex pects to return in 10 days Judge W L Brown of London is in this city Judge Brown is very much interested at the present in the rebuilding ofa Baptist church at London Some time ago tho Baptist church burn ed and since that the congregation has had no home Judge Brown is a well known Republican politician and yes terday afternoon he wandered into the office of George W Long United States Marshal Immediately there was talk on things political but Judge Brown tried to convey the idea that he was on another mission George said Judge Brown bring lag things down to tho point I want you to help us toward rebuilding the Baptist church in London Why Judge replied tho marshal I am a Methodist and I dont see why I should help build an opposition church I dont think tho Methodists would like such a proceeding on my port This did not have much effecton Judge Brown and ho poured tho arguments in so hot and heavy that the marshal had to retreat from his stand and some of his friends said that ho did not know really whether he was a Methodist or Baptist for some time after Judge Brown left CourierJournal Good For Everybody Mr Norman It Coulter a prominent architect in tho Dolbort Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bit cers as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders In a prompt and etllcicnt manner and builds up tho system Klectrlo Blltera Is the best spring medicine over sold over a drug gists counter as a blood purifier it Is unequaled 60c at Pennys Drug Store Dave Poe Tom Ranston and two Jen kins brothers all Negroes were lynch ed at Van Cleave Miss The Negroes were charged with incendiarism t Duichess Trousers I Dutchess Will Please You Every Day At home or abroad at work or at playGuar anteed as theyare what more can you ask To show them is ever our pleasant task Ourjcounters are loaded with newest patterns All stylish and nobby and more serviceable than other makes lOc a button a rip Our Spring Stock is complete Come and try a pair The home of Dutchess Trousers SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc FOR SALE I No 310 An uptodate Roller Flouring Mill of 50 barrel capacity loca ted in tho heart of one of the best wheat belts in the State and within 40 feet of Trunk Lino Railroad This is an old established plaht with fine cus turn trade Warehouse barn etc Can be bought for 85500 Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry house and full equipments together with severalacres of ground on which plant is crating nice suburban home of 12 acres with new residence andoutbuild ings and one or two nice resident properties in very best resident part of town which we will exchange as a whole for blue gross farm with good im provements apd well located No 171 210 acres six miles Southeast of Waynosburg on Buck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom laud Two dwellings on farm one of six and the other of four rooms two fgood orchards fine water Land is adapted to corn wheat oassjaud hay 8500 worth of hay grown on place last year Reason for selling owner is in other business Price only 83000 All kinds of properties soliljand cxcbaiigcd Write us your wants Somerset Real EstatesySomerset N 1- tl H Northern seed Irish Potatoes W H HIGGINSI Stanford Kentucky r- I J I THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER 4 IEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED r 1ii r The Interior Journal B Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER countsubjectparty M BRUCE r Ii a eandldato for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of tbe Democrat party JAMES Co HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of tbe Democrat party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon l ty subject to the action of the Democrat party DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for the IVimocratie nomlmi tlon for Jallen of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY II n candidate for Assusor of Uncolncou- ntsubJect to tbenctlon of tbo democratli party HARVEY HELM Jsnrnndldato for the democratic nomlnn tlon for Congress In this the Eighth dU trlct subject to action of the democrat lo party THE announcement of Hon Harvey Helm for reelection as Congressman appears elsewhere this issue Of course he is a candidate subject to the action of the democratic party Having serv ed his constituency faithfully and well it is but natural for Mr Helm to expect- an endorsement which is customary In democratic ranks The Congressional term is so short that it is next to impossible for Representative to achieve a great deal his first two years sojourn at the Capital and it is fortunate both for the Congressman and those he rep resents that the rule to endorse a faithful steward has become generally ac cepted While Mr Helm has not been a leader in the Lower House ho has been present most of the time Congress has been in session and has voted for and helped carry through those measures which he deemed helpful to his party and his people He has been watchful of party interests and atten tire to the wishes of his constituents Next session he will be in position t accomplish much morn having had the benefit of both experience and acquain tanceship We do not believe the dem ocrats will give him opposition nnd cer tainly they should not However neith er honor his friends ask any indulgence and if there be thoso who wish to cross swords with him in the contest for the nomination they have the opportunity of doing so but we opine they will find in Mr Helm a proposition that they will be sorry they went against A splendid campaigner a good speaker and a firstclass handshaker and with a clean record behind him Congress man Helm is as sure to succeed him self as anything can be He will remain in Stanford for a few days before returning to his official duties at Washington A HORNETS nest has been stirred up by the action of the 11th district repub lican committee in calling a primary for June 6 Friends of Caleb Powers who is said to want the nomination say the Edwards faction is trying to crowd Powers out by holding a primary sever al months ahead of the usual time At a largely gttended meeting of republi cans at Barbourville speeches W remade byleaders of the party including W W Byreley district chairman and others allcondemnatoryof the action of the committee in calling a primary for June 6 IN a speech in the Senate in opposi tion to the Aldrich currency bill Sen ator McLaurin expressed the opinion that the present laws if enforced are ample for the prevention of panics He declared that the recent financial crisis had been the result of the misguided administration of the Government by the Republican party THAT was a beautiful tribute the friends of the late Charles F Ratcliffe paid himwhen they erected a credit able monument over his grave at London Mr Ratcliffe was for years as sociated with Mr John Pearl in the publication of the London Local and was a splendid newspaper man POLICE JUDGE RILEY of Lexington has decided that a man has a right to get drunk in his own house and also to carry concealed weapons on his own premises This may be Judge Rlleya idea of the law but we opine it would not stand the test of the courts of Kentucky HON W H SHANKS of this place has acted as speaker several times during speaker Goochs absence from Frankfort and has always presided with dignity ability and fairness Another reason why he should be speaker next session THE State Supreme Court of Call fornia refused a rehearing in the case of Eugene E Schmitz convicted of extortion while mayor of San Francisco and sentenced to five years m the penis tentiary The opinion was unanimous Gov Hoke Smith opened his cam paign for reelection as Governor of Georgia with a speech at Decaturj rc WAwaa at wwldKldaittiei + approprlabonsIof the Legislature is not setting with Gov Willson It is learned from a reliable source and it would not bo surprising if ho wielded the veto ax on a number of tho supply measures The governor has become alarmed it is said over tho way tho General Assem bly has appropriated money so lavishly and fears that unless a halt is called that the State strong box will be depleted before all the demands are satis fled POLITICAL Gov Charles E Hughes of New York delivered three addresses in Boston to business and college organi rations Perry Belmont said in Washington that New York would certainly go Democratic this Fall and that the party will elect tho next President The Democratic members of the House Committee on Banking and Cur rency have agreed to report to tho House the minority currency bill intro duced by John Sharp Williams as a substitute for the Fowler bill Tho Democrats of Trigg county in mass convention adopted resolutions condemning Senator Conn Linn for his vote to change the rules of the Senate and calling on him to do all in his power to bring the county unit bill to a vote at this session Senator Joseph W Bailey of Texas in his speech on the Aldrich bill dis cussed President Roosevelt at length criticising many of his acts and ap plaudinglothers Ho said Mr Roosevelt has done more to chango the character and structure of the Government than all his predecessors combined Judge William E Dowling of Law renceburg Representative of Anderson county in the present session of the Legislature will be a candidate for the State Senate from the district compos ed of Anderson Franklin and Mercer counties now represented in the upper branch by Senator Jack Chinn The subcommittee of the National Committee having in charge the arrangements for the Democratic Na tional Convention met at Chicago to consider details in connection with the event Thomas Taggart chairman reported that citizens of Denver were uniting to make the visit of the delegates pleasant- Judge J C Sims of Bowling Greqn and S M Willson of Lexington of counsel for Caleb Powers will ask Gov Willson to pass on petitions asking Powers pardon at once The object is to discover whether or not Powers will be pardoned so that Powers can take steps to begin an active canvass for Congress in the Eleventh district If freedDemocratic Senatorelect D S Kemp was shot and killed by C F Hyde a politician and business leader at Amite La The men quarreled over the recent democratic State primary election Hyde charging Kemp with untruthful ness Later Kemp with revolver in hand met Hyde and slapped his face The men then agreed to fight a duel which took place almost immediately Hyde was not injured NEWS NOTES Smallpox raging at Hemp Ridge Shelby county George W Hughes of McCracken county was killed bya falling tree Letcher Rothrock of Greenville died in jail at Owensboro of pneumonia He was a pensioner and was charged with selling liquor without license An insane Swede fired a dozen bul lets from a rifle into the royal castle at Christiana After being arrested he said he wanted to kill King Haakon The Burley Tobacco Society sold a thousand hogsheads to the American Tobacco Company at 15 cents a pound This is the first sale made by the growers organization to the trust A mob of night riders entered Birmingham in Marshall county and shot and whipped many Negroes who had been w reed to leave the county Several of the mobs victims are severely woundedThe in the case against John Abner charged with the assassination- of James Cockrill in Breathitt having failed to agree was finally discharged The vote stood six for acquittal five for life sentence one for the death icnalty Counsel for both parties officially an pounced in New York that Evelyn Nes bit Thaw would institute nsult for the annulment of her marriage to Harry K Thaw on the ground that he was insane at the time that the marriage was contractedJudge Gordon in the Cald well Circuit Court held that insurance companies are liable for losses caused by night rider raids in spite of the mob clause in tho contract The opinion- is far reaching and if upheld by the Court of Appeals probably will cause the cancellation of many tobacco risks It is reported in Jackson that Beach Inrgis is willing to enter a plea of guilty to tho charge of murdering his father provided the officers of the court are willing for him to accept a comparatively light sentence Argu ment in tho case against John Abner was finished and tho jury is considering- its verdict CHURCH MATTERS There will be choir practice at the Christian church Saturday night J W Ireland The Catholic churches at Junction City and Ottenhelm have been estab lished into one pastorate Services at the Methodist church Sunday Sunday school at 930 AM- J A Allen superintendent Preach ing at 11AM Subject Pressing Toward the Work for the Prize Phil 3 1314 Epworth League service at 645 PM W W White leader Preaching at 730 r M Subject Work JlPrayer and teachers meet ing every Thursday night Sometime ago Mr Joe Gibson tender ed the Somerset Christian church a val uable lot in his addition to the city on Central avenue conditioned upon their building thereon a parsonage of the value of 2000 Tho donation was duly accepted and 1500 of the necessary building fund was raised by contribution of the members and friends Sunday The work of construction will be com menced at onceSomerset Journal Regular services at the Christian church Sunday March 15 Sunday school at 930 A M Wo are working to have 165 present Sunday morning at our school Let all that are interested keep this in view and work to this end Preaching at 1045 A M Subject for sermon Tho Purpose Of The Years 1 Cor 1525 and Rev 1115 Christian Endeavor meeting at 645 11f Preaching at 730 r M subject The Unashamed Hero Rom 116 Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 oclock Subject Conditions Of cordiallyinvitedM Walker Gov Beckham made as good a Gov ernor as the old Commonwealth has over had On political questions involving alwaysfound WhiskyTrustfight and he will be closer to the hearts of the people than he has ever been In the We do not know whether he willever aspire to public office again or not but mark the prediction if he does he will find the Democracy of the State ready to follow his banner with more zeal than they have ever shown in the past Livingston Banner Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new remedy an improvement on the laxatives of former years as It docs not gripe or nauseate and Is pleasant to take It is guaranteed Pennys Drug- Store 10 REWARD Ior the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night or pUbliclands of other people This reward refers to put present and future I also offer n spec lat reward of sro for J O4erpenter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Grnnlt and Marble Monuments firstClass Work at Hell onnblu Prices Olllco and Works McKlnnvy Ky Hbop closed on Huturday Wanted To Buy Oak and Such Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and leech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isville K- yTIIE WARFIELD Trial 221 Trotting Dork Bay Htnlllon III ands foaled August IWl bred at Vllllage Naughtycord 9l1 sire of ntUlJlOU fyr record 20 American Belle IIyr record 2a2y and is others tll 2a lIt Ion of Onward HIIrecord 225y sire of Onward Hllrer 2u5U and iT0 others In the 2ao list Onward Will sired by George Wilkes KinglrlsslreoflslneluwlingLmlyof Lord y Heir at Law 20 others in 210 8rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood the Ire- of 174 In the list t0htNedbrmaresHoTheWarUfeldthe term Implies To say that ha has size empluullotbeDevil He has them and they are of such symmetrical character us to make him a neckbabyandgroatsee breeding You one1hehatwoatchentwo Mambrino Uhluf one Chimes aliI Onward George Wilkes I Ylectloneer trottingcrosses record4wMumbrlnoOhlefllElectioneer flare Devil Is s great winner Ho won the HhowtoIJIII class championship National Horse NatlolUllJloncHbowl JlorsoHbowJIOJ classasecond lioston ilomoHliow luaiclnxsa sea roserveHostonton horse 1howltxnclass 7 Ho sired The HelontOOt2liMVlllmilkemile from McKlnno Ky at s15 to Insurea Living Oolt JoaaureaLtvingVoltliaise andtact Land Posted I Nonce la hereby given to the public that our land poiU l will be IRIIolIheIyK J IHome In Middleburg For Sale I with to toll privately the bouto and lot In Mlddleburg Casey county known ni the Isaac Iowan property The house It n one story frame In good condition necessary outholle and tho lot contains about nn acre Two wells on the HplendUl denominuitlooahaveparticulars or write to me J 1 JIUmiLKTurntnvlllH Ky arga for examination orscientlllcat i sing eyes by uptodate methods Pro scrlption glasses ground to set In nn tluj frnme or skeleton mountings work material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderate lermnnently Ontnil Telephone UIIOIIlIle Ky L l1 1OWKLL Graduated Optoimitryst Cough Caution Nner1OSIthelrnC11rpobon rim s If yen cough oven from aslmplecoh lryourlrould hll 11 heat IOOtOO and nm tbe Irritated bran chlal tutus Voat blindly suppress It with a Mupefylng poison Its iinnra mthings finally tome about For twenty JlftiiIlfShooJ has constantly wamfd not to take cons mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar poisons And now a little late though ConTMi ears Im It on the label if potions am In Cough Mixture Good Very wood Illlereafterferthheryrasoamothen- and others should IruUt on hiring Dr nth Cure No polKa narks on Dr Bhoopg Ubeli and none In the medicine else It must law be on tbe label And Its not only sakbatitro said to be by those that know It bwt tnarkable cough remedy Take no chant then particularly with your children Insist on having Ilr 8 Cough Lure Compare carefully the Ir Bhoop raekagn with others and note tin difference No potion marks there You can always be on the safe slJs by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE Druggist Takes His Own Medicine The man who sells remedies for most of the human ills and hears day afterday the opinions of people who have used these naturally comes to know the superior from the inferior and when the time cqracs that he hrs to decide on which remedy he will take ho of course selects the one he his heard the most praise of His own opinion coupled with that of his customers ought to go far ta convincing the layman that the remedy the druggist selects Is the best In the field CllyKIIyears aad whea tiDally be himself began to hadoobesttaaeyIndeciding PepsinNowHawkins writes us that It Justified his high opinion and be Is cured ofLexloKtoobad constipation and such troubles so going on what his customers who had used It told him he took Dr Caldwella tiyrnp Pepsin and has been a weU man ever anydruvgtstconstipationdyspepsiadiarrhea sad other liver troubles whether tbe disease la In an Infant child woman or man Ids the best family Uiatlre It Is gentle and effective pleasant and sure The proprietors guarantee It absolutely both as to purity and results to be expected Usually one or two dosit will bring about complete change for the better and as It ls only JO cents orll a bot UnyabottleThes wishing b try FREE TEST wurisynwrwla oreeri ing on bans a tree sample bottle to tndr home by sddnitlng lit company TMi otter Is to prow But the remedy will do u we tialm and Ii only own to these woo have newt taken It Send for It If you run cry symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest vet most elterthre Uxitlvt for children women and old folks guranteed permanent home ewe THE PUBLIC VERDICT No Luatlvt So Good and Sure llDRCALOWCLLSSYRyprCPSIN This product beat s a PEPSIN SYRUP 60 IIBCaldwatl Bldo Montloallo III Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 1ftJ acre on the Wnynesburg pIke near Highland 6room house bnrn tied oth This prope- rtyisnearchurcisandsobool house le well- worth the price IIMXI No acre tulles Houth of Ornb Or chard on the Hide roud has a twostory house good barn orchard and Is well watered about 100 acres of this land Is bottom land and produces line crops A bargain at UflM J cash balance In one and two years No 8118 acres on Buck Creek near Way nusburg i room house barn nn other out mlldlnusj plenty of water Cash price K IOIGreen Roc- kcatle county This farm has a new I tory frame house would cost to build now good barn crib tc located near church and school This Is a nine home and can be bought for 10 per acre 34 cash remainder In 12 months No 61e8 acres the above farms 00 acros In cultivation Dwelling of rooms chant One of the bestspringsinthe cowso- ty Price gir0 half cash balance I and i years No 6tI1 acres adjoining fauna No 41ndI- II 160 acres In cultivation balance In tint r Good white oak hickory and some line cedar lies itstory log huso and good oruh ird well watered Oasis price flooo No12W acre near SInretsburg Ky 150 acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school church and H H station Trice gi6w K cash balance In one and two year- sNapSencres on Drakes miles from Grab Orchard This farm adjoin the pIke and Is n part of tbe Geo wars farm This Is fine land mid in good condition all necessary buildings Thl U n bargain at 100 per acre No IG1H near Htrinford Ky in nIce shape with oh necessary bulldlngfeto can be bought worth the mooney Noli21 acres near Kyi nearly all of this farm Is bottom land fine for corn and meadow very good dwelling house new barn alldotbe buildings on countyroBlbII miles from Itorea College 101 For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write L R Hughes or James I White Htanford Ky Walkover Shoes For Men C They Are Correctly Named TheItWalkover h They just simply walk over the boys when it comes to Mens Fine Shoes Aid Oxfords There is just a little more Style a little more Comfort and a little more Quality in the Walkover Shoe than anybody elses Now if you dont believe it Just Try OneI Pair and See r Three Prices350 them inteN BLACKS AND TANS Shoes Oxfords and Pumps ready to be seen and worn any minute H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Hoewmer Rome In the sickroom there is scarcely one article of greater utility than the hotwater bottle We carry a large variety of good hotwater bags Our prices are from 75c to J75 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Perfect Heat I Hot water heating is perfect with the exception of this Tho mosquito will bile you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridge heat your home so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera ture You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health ta pay for the outfit in a few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from rNNti l STANFORD DRUG CO T BTAxFORD KY MAUCII 13 1008 tWE aro ready to figure with you on painting for Spring Wo recommend Sherwin Wflllame as tho best and 1cheapest Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS SQUIRE JAMES A DuoDEnAB la quite Mns W S WAHBEN continues quit o ill MR P G WAliNEB is somewhat proved JAILEK W I HEIWIN is confined to his bed by illness MB J N MENEFEE JR went up to c London yesterday on business Miss CARRIE FRITH of Brodhcad is a guest at Dr W B OBannons Miss KATC WATERS is assisting In I tho Stanford telephone exchange 4bfu R F CAMPBELL of Maywood is suffering from a sevcro attack of grip MB EDWARD COOPER returned ye s terday from a trip through tho Sout west Mns J W BASTIN of Plttaburg t visiting her mother in tho Mnywood section Mn J C HAYS is back from St Josephs Infirmary Louisville some what improved MB JUNG IL REID and family of Hustonvlllc passed up to Corbin yes terday to reside MR W B HAVKINS of Corbin spent several days with his brother Mr II P Hawkins MB AND MRS W W WADE returned to Corbin Wednesday after a brie visit to friends hero MRS M S BAUQIIMAN and daughter Miss Elizabeth Baughman of Stanford wore guests of Mrs I M DunnAII vocato Miss SUSIE THOMPSON who has bee with her sister Mrs L R Hughes returned to her homo at Mt Vernon Wednesday MB JOAN S BAUGHMAN went up to East Bcrnitndt Tuesday afternoon on business connected with J II Baugh man Gos mill LOCALS FRESH supply of that goody goody candy at Hoppers WE have on hand tho latest novelties in veils Sea them Misses Straub FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence in stock W K Perkins Crab Orchard Ky TICKETS to tho Morton entertainment at Waltons Opera House are going- rapidly Better gut yours LET Mrs B D Carter and Mrs Cummins do your stamping They havoI the latest and most UItodatoIpnl- ternl Yowl attention +ailed the biI advertisement of A B Robertson Bro Danville which appears on our I first page t MB M A JOHNSON of this place saw Hal Merton tho magician in Lexington and ho pronounces him greatI Seo him at Walton Opera louse to night rFOR SALSB P Rock eggs lit penI headed by ono of Harry Clubba bee cockerels 160 per 1C 2nd pen heade by Now York cockerel per 1C Mrs It II Crow Shelby City Ky MR JOHN OWSLEY REID who is nn electrician of considerable ability now his his fathers home lighted by lee tricity Ho put In the dynamo and hung the wires etc without outnldo help WE desire to thank from tho depths of grateful hearts those who were so kind to us in tho illness and death of our wife and mother Their goodness will long bo remembered W G Rout and children t SIIEBIFP T J HILL took to thoI Frankfort penitentiary Wednesday J I seven of tho eight prisoners who go sentences at tho recent term of courtI Jim Tall tho eighth who was given aI lifo sentence having already served two terms in tho penitentiary will apI OJpeal his case r A PORTION of tho copy for tho catalogue of tho Combination Sale at lIuat tonvillo March 25 and 26 has been handed us and work will begin on it thisf morning A largo number of stallions geldings mares teams ponies and jacks have been entered and tho catalogue will bo a big one A TREAT is in eto for West Endc people tonight flra Princess C Long called by many trio Queen of Song will give a song recital at thoS Christian church in Hustonvllle this evening and the prospects for a large audience arejmost flattering Go and hear her Admission 35c for adults and iGc for children IN this issuo will bo found the announcement of Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln county for Congress Mr Helm is now serving his first term in SSsterling worth and exceptional alllity He Is seeking tho nomination at this time as an endorsement of his present term Advocate NEW shipment of buggies just in Sea them E T PencetCLOTHES cleaned and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop JUST received a carload of Whit o and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKInney NICE lot of locust posts for salo Jumbo Ky D C Sipplo Stanford R F D No3 glassmee with hairpin attached to cord Reward if returned to Miss Bcrta Jean Penny FOR SALE Nice cottage with plent of garden space opposite court hone square on Lancaster street See II Mueller jeweler Now is tho time to look foryour bug gy buckboard or carriage for Spring and Summer use Dig lot to select from Also harness farming Implements wagons etc E T Pence ahI solicit your trado in all kinds or- s repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophones Also such things sold oh small commission Robt Fen zcl Stanford Ky FROM general appearances Hon F F Bobbitt of Crab Orchard did better thanany of the other lawyers at tho recent term of court Besides having a now suit and hot tho Cicero of tho Mountains had a roll of money as largo as your arm Ho certainly struck It rich eMitS PRINCESS C LONG delighted audience hero a few years ago Her song recital will bo remembered one of tho most enjoyable entertainments at Waltons Opera house in a lon churcnc for adults and ICc for children Tills ofn appeared in Thursdays Louisville Times Mr and Mrs Edward H Stallcup were adjudged Insano this afternoon and were sent to Lakeland Asylum The alHiction of the couple which was tho result of a series of troubles culminated a few days ago in such demonstrations of disordered minds that both had to bo arrested Mr Stallcup is a step son of tho lato Mr Steve S Myers and his boyhood days wore spent in Stanford ills friends hero greatly deplore his misfortune THE Morton enteertanment to bo giv this hutmor and refinement are preeminent It is said on gbod authority that Mr Merton has no superior on the Ameri can platform when It comes to feats depending entirely upon personal dex terity and address Ho is indeed a mas ter of magic See him and enjoy an evening of magic mirth and mystery Admission 25c 35c urjd COc Tho latter price ia for reserved seats which arc now on sale at McRobcrts drug store ROUTT Mrs W GRoutt died atI her home in the West End Monday night and was buried in the Hustonvile cemetery Wednesday morning after ap propriate services at tho Presbyterian church in Hustonvillo by Rev S B Lander Mrs butt who was about huedDodd and Georgo Routt and Miss Mary Routt and in tho loss of tho excellent wife and mother they have unbounded sympathy Deceased was a Miss Dad and sho leaves two sisters Mrs Jess P RilTo and Mrs Frances Cabbell both of Hustonvillo She was a devout member of the Presbyterian church and ono of tho West Ends best women TilE Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL was 36 years old last Friday We uu the founder of that newspaper view its long and successful and potent lireI with a great degree of pride and af fection That it is the only paper of multitude that Lincoln county elerI had to survive tho bufTetings of otthe fittest and that it was not born die From year to year it has waxed strong in purpose and powerI is become an integral part community as is attested by the hold i has on the people The Messrs Wal through tho INTERIOR JOURNALc have served the public devotion May their tribe IncreaseC Somerset Journal Campbell thanksITHE State Journal has no more terest in tho matter than any other but it would respectfully sugs seer to tho members of tho Lcglsla turo that It could not find in tho a better location for a tuberculosis sanitarium than that offered by Crab Orchard Springs Tho buildings era largo and ample and tho healthful surroundings and tho strengthening waters mako it an ideal placo for tho euro of tho white plague It has tho advantage too of being ready for im mediate occumpancy a consideration of great importance to those suffering from the malady Tho bill before the enate says the commissioners may uy tho Springs at a price not to exceed 42000 At such a price and with tho advantages of the place it should sub Btituto should for mayFrank fort Journal THOSE who have contracted to put their stock In the combination salo at Hustonvllle March 25 and 26 will pleDo send In their entries nt once so that tho catalogue may bo printed Send to Wcathcrford Drye Huston villa or Beazloy Embry Stanford t atHera and There G Singleton sold a horse to L D Hilton for 1CO R B Wilkinson bought some hogs from Henry Fields at 4 Fond some cat tlo of 31c Lutes Co sold to J11 Baughman goodyeaor fVL N was found dead at his post of duty in Louisville Dr F M Cannon aged 76 ono of tho best known physicians of Scott county is dead of pneumonia Tho trial of peach Hargis for killln his father has been continued until th 7th day of tho May term of the Breath itt circuit court Plans are being made it is said to send 3000 New York school boys into the country during the coming eumm to work on farms A substitute for the dog tax law w passed by tho House tho substitute allowing each householder ono dog Ire0 of tax and putting tho tax on other dogs at CO cents Tho town marshal obeying tho instructions in a letter signed Vigilance Committee has warned several Ne crocs to leavo Calhoun McLean county One of tho Negroes refused to leave fearedn Weed of Philadelphia shot and killed Miss Elizabeth Bailey Hardce of Savannah Ga and then committed suicide at tho boardhJudge Watts Parker decided that the account of W P Kimball chairman of tho Democratic campaign committee at Lexington must be produced in tl e contest cases but did not rulo as to the relevancy of tho evidence According to the New York Times in 1697 thorn were in the United States 14364667 horses valued at 3151 each or 452 millions in round numbers In 1907 there wero 19746582 horses valued at 9351 each or 11G millions Fifty night riders burned two ware houses containing 20000 pounds of tobacco at Now Liberty Owen county shot tho glass front out of a store an dsfired into several residences ono being that of an aged woman who died a few hours later Mrs Lucy Elam has filed suit in the circuit court against the city of Lexington and the City Board alleging that by reason of compulsory vaccination she became ill and had to stop work in a tobacco factory 23 days She asks 5000 damages fie First District Republican Convention split shortly after the delegates met at Paducah the Taft men boltin and holding a separate convention a tho same timo the Fairbanks men were electing delegates to the National Con vcntion in tho game room Through the efforts of tho Burkes villa Commercial Clnb the citizens of that place have subscribed 1000 which they propose to give to any person or persons who will build a modern hotel there Thorn aro no strings to tho of fer and the only conditions attached aro that the hotel shall be constructed of brick or atone and must cost not less than 6000 oIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A T Douglas died after a long ill ness at Richmond Mr Mr J Farris has resigned his position as a director in the Danville Scottavillc railroad lines says tho Advocate Francis W lianna charged with bigamy was held over to the Boyle circuit court in 3600 which ho failed to giveA is being circulated in Casey county for the establishment of a ru offridge David Indorf and his wife who were rudely arrested at Lancaster last year goodts e they clerked were entirely freed of tho charge in the Garrard Circuit Court At the meeting of the Commercial a committee was appointed to coil with Congressman Harvey Helm request him to use his best efforts to secure sufficient additional appropriations with which to erecta two or three custom houso instead of a single story affair as contemplated Advo cate MATRIMONIAL Irvine Edwards and Miss Lizzio Wil ham popular young people of Perry ville were married Tuesday Joseph Irvine of Stanford and Syl via Adams of Pittsburg were married at the home of tho brides father Cyrus Adams at Pittsburg Tuesday London Sentinel An Evansville Ind special says Mrs Josie Erwin 47 years old and strikingly handsome who has lost three husbands by death and one by divorce was married to John Cook aged 23 It was a Leap Year proposal and Cooks first matrimonial venture Sheriff David Smithof Christian county was removed from office by County Judge Prowse on charges not clearly understood It is said that he failed to give the required bond and that tho principal charge was default in the renewal of a proper bond John M Renshaw a prominent Republican has been sworn in as his successor Mr Smith is a Democrat Canyou give my friend ajob in your store 7 What aro his qualifications 7 Best in the world Uncle in Con gress and brotherinlaw on tho bench Caleb Powers says he is going to ru- or n for Congress jail or no jail We pro sumo his name will go on the ballot under the device of an iron bar and a ball and chainBlue Grass Clipper 3IniBulgara the chief article of too d 0on Desirable Home For Sale sell privately my residence on Cr6ustlnln street Htnnfonl The lot con talus one ncre The UwolInK Inn two stor china9S other out building Mra Ttiomns Htnnford Ky Notice To Claimants 1eraons having clolml ngnlult the ester of JOllies R Lynn will present to ui properly proven not Inter than March IS for aytneutJCandJtGynaadntnJI FARM FOR SALE milefromed Italanco Rood tobacco land when cleared good farm house and stock born trnme stuff for tobacco burn nil ready to put up 1lentg ounytimberKlngsvlllu Ky fNSURANCE rite Lightning WlndHtorm Life and looldent None but the HTKONGKBT and JEST Companies Represented Lowest POt lble Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying tree tra Unequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there so little difference In the price of ready- made suits and n suit made to your taken by nn experienced tailor I nave tHuntntergoodsran tone Oncst dress suit Also Overcoats Troas repentXIO HUILKV The Tailor Stanford Its Administrators Sale I As administrator of T J Kosterdeceased I will on HATUIIDAY MAU01I tl at AM on the premises offer at public solo II lot of household nnd kitchen fond threetUl1onITrust Oo Louisville four shares stock Mien ford Water Light A Ice Do Htnutord stares stock Wichita Union Htock Yards UKenforInK description of which appears elsewhere In 1110IMr Terms nmde known on day lofsnle J II POHTKIt AdmrTJ Foster TreesFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our strawberry plants are money makers Tri them Write for free catalogues have no agents H F HlLLKNMEYEIl it Sons- Lexington Ky HalMerton The Wonderful Magician At Waltons Opera House Stanford- Friday Night March 13th Lbe JElite Shirt Why They LookI t So Nutty Why They Wear So W cli LOOK FOR TMlS TRADE LABEL IN EVERY SKRT eSTHE FIT of the jEUtC SMrt0 are perfect for the rea son that they are built on entirely new lines every garment being draped over living models not on inanimate wooden forms THE WORKDIANSIiIIon the Elite Shirts caner not be excelled every garment is handtailored and hand pressedevery seam bound double silk belting and gros grain silk placket steam shrunk and in consequencet cannot loose their shapejTHE FABRICSused in the j6lttC Shirts are all of the very best none but allwool or allsilk every piece being thoroughly shrunk before being cut thus giving the wearer a skirt that will hold its shape and not draw UP THE STYLESused in the Elite Shirts are superb all the latest creations of the seasondirect importations Made as Represented Your Money Back Call ODd Inspect the ELITE SKIRTS NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED SEVERANCE SON SnowIor Blow TRIBBLE HUGHES Are always ready for you Sunshine will call for our dainty Lawns Dimities Organdies Pearlines Swisses Laces Ham burghs Ginghams and Linens Rain calls for our new line of Par boraders from 50c to 450 Cravanettcs for skirts and coats For Snow should it strike us again we have left some Winter Un derwear Gloves Hose and Furs at great reduction Try one ofour Auto Veils the Windy Spring can not effect you TRIBBLE HUGHES IDryGoods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House i STANFORD KENTUCKY n 4 i The Emporium i v AT HUSTONVILLE l Will Continue its Reduction Sale Until Furjther Notice My stock is on the market at Reduction Prices This sale is a bona fide one and not hot air 4 in cash will buy 5 worth of goods Why not take advantage of it i CHAS WHEELER the Price FighterI Wiy PlQQt Weeds 1 You Have Enough As It Is Buy the Best Export Field Seeds and Raise Good Crops Geo Dg Hoppers Stanford Ky I 1 I l f Il The Chance Of Your Life Time 1 i Never before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our Fine Wall Papers We are offering 40000 rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock and is not the pickedover laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering this entire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price 9 25 to 50C For our regular 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that t 25can4 JE GX 3 e1TSrCIAIN STREET IatrVlll t The Interior Journal Entered in the Pat OJiiu at Stanford al ueondclatt matter rCBUBIIBO TUESDAYS AND TRIDLTCl AT 100 PER YEAR CASH When not 10 paidgsoo will be charged L N TIME TABLE No1 South 1I1 r J- INotJ Mouth 123 r x No N North 403 A H NoaNorthZl P x JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kind of Rough Lumber for sale DIlls filled on abort notice Grist mill to conntc Ion Mill on Om n river Jumbo rondt mile test of McKlnney Terry A Newell McKlnney K- yRhode IslandJReds I have 75 HlngleComb Rhode Island too pullets end yearling hens for sale nt SI tncn Must be disposed of to make room for breeding pensMrs L B OOOK Stanford Kyl Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIKTOB Livery Feed sad Solo Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTERN- ew Liver Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY l Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclasa Companies Represented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture Matting Ruge They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phono W7 Home Plior e 85 r 2 M Ito ureseawr awrb ar riwi + + FARMERS DEPARTMENT J B Sartin sold to Emmett Traylo a black mare for 125 Fon SALESOO or 400 bales of good timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Mt Salem Northern White recleaned Seed Oats JuncRionGreen sold 48 mules and horses at 127 50 to 210- Thos J Curtis of Madison sold to S W Lawsman of Ravenwood Mo a three year old jack for SOO FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No1 Hustonvillo Ky Fayette county farmers who expect to raise tobacco this year will begin to sow plant beds this week and it will soon be known whether they will be prevented by violence John 0 bay gelding in Dr John Cooks string of horses owned by John Owsley Reid is entered in the Huston ville Combination Sale March 25 and 26 He is one of the fastest and best road horses in this section- S M Owens Son are the first to advertise their stallion The descrip tion and pedigree of theirgreat horse The Warfield appears in another col umn Read it and see the magnificent animal before you breed They will also stand the premium jack Stanford White at 10 to insure mare and 8 to insure horse colts J T Dudderar is the owner of a very valuable brood sow On March 20 1907 she farrowed 14 pigs and raised 11 probucedthe 7th of this month she again enrich ed her owner by farrowing 15 pigs of which number 11 are living This a total farrow of 42 pigs in less than 12 months and 30 of these survived Black Hearted Traitors Under the above head Gov Varda man of Mississippi sizes the situa tion up in the current copy of his pa per The Issue The four men in the Kentucky Leg islature who bolted the Democratic primary and voted for Bradley against Beckham for United States Senator ought to be burned in effigy They have earned the contempt of every decent selfrespecting and honest Democrat in America and their names will be rembered as fit only to be associated with the names of the arch traitors who have dishonored and blur red the pages of American history- A more pitifully contemptible quar tette never disgraced the imago of Sod Gov Beckham made the fight before the people and won but the fruits of us victory have been embezzled by hose modern diciples of Judas Iscar ot It fs a stain upon the fair name of Kentucky discreditable to her chiv ilrous manhood and a dirty page in the history of a State famed for its nanly men and beautiful wemen Godspeed the day when the people of hat State may be able to right the wrong that has been done to one of Its most gifted sons and to efface horn its hIstorY the ignoble deed by rendering to him that which of justice Belongs to him HUBBLE Miss Lerisa Harris is with relatives In Stanford Shay Penman lost a splendid horse from lock jaw Elder W G Montgomery will fill his regular appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and night M B Eubanks and B W Givens went to Frankfort Wednesday R F Sloan has returned from the South MIss Hazel Stone of Stanford Is the uest of Miss Jewel Spoonamore Miss Maud Spainhower began a select school hero Monday Miss Key Oatts has re turned to Monticello after a visit to her sister Mrs D F Rankin Best Healer In the World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinato sores and find It the best healer in tho world I use It too with great success in my veterinary business Price25c at Pennys Drug Store x FSl fir PLEASANT POINT We are having an abundance of rain Rev J A Singleton filled his ap pointment at the Baptist church last Sunday Ho also preaches the third Sunday in each month The Sabbath school at this place is progressing nice ly with Dr J W Acton as superin tendent The weekly prayer service Is getting along reasonably well It is thought by many that whisky is being sold at Kingsvillo We will be glad to see the time when violators are brought to justice and punished to the full extent of the law This part of the county should have more officers as we are minus a constable and deputy sheriff to attend to much needed business Wm Terry and family have mumps but are improving Jim Walls and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl The children of S C Alford have been sick Mrs George Ealy spent a few days with her sister Mrs Elmer Gilliland Master Aubrey Gilliland is with his grandparents at Stanford Miss Margaret Routen is at home for a few days Mrs Cash Leach of Lex Ington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Cummins M D Wall and little son have returned to their home In Lee county after a visit to relatives here Miss Efiie Young was the guest of Misses Maud and Birdie Brown Robin Rigney and E G Gilliland have traded places and the latter has moved to his new home at Kingsviile We regret giving him up although he has not gone far G W Padgett bought the property of Ruby Horton and has mov ed to it Last Novemberr when the people seemed inclined to try a change of political parties Mason county gave aI Democratic majority of only 282 After trying the change for three months the same county gives a Democratic major ity of 1433 It doesnt take long for the people to size up any effort of tho Republican party to govern anySouth em StatpFrankfort Journal A man believed by the police to be a lunatic made an attempt to rob the Merchants National Bank in Omaha GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no onoA wordorlt but come nnd co Alt RcxxU tulil Hi reUurrtl prlc i Men nnil Inillet1 Underwear and llubburi Mens and HojrtHuItt at Cat I will bo very grate lul for your luttrounge UJHM1TH 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS V OCIIQNS m COPYRIGHTS Ac mareutcklflnonutrlctrronedenlL1rronedenlL calueapr- ent tree Uldel fot eecun eat prcwlnok4wtteichaM0iotbreeatee Scientific Hmtricmt A handtomelf llloitnlMl wnklf TjtnrMt elr ra a M eudbrallnwdMlerUNN Brooch UffloOB V to WaihUutou U C POSTED T trleUrforbhpnuing on our ponces and wilt proMcute vi ola tora to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mn Mary Mrs Walter Warren Mn Mattle N Alta Hlmpion lanes Tin ley Sponimmore P W Cnrtwr lien I Martin 11 Ijiwrwnce Iteuben Portia JH Hoekwr JM Iettiu T A lure uartppellClrwtn Amandt HebnolTer JI UolUclaw tyKLrfrnJ K rullUim Peter ilnlmcr Mr Katherlne Ador Meulr lbston Ahleyd0Itaunon- James N Cash J Novln Carter U MItock Joseph llallou Mll Ijtlo Mrs Jai Italnvi- DrJBOanienuch J ci Carpenter Mrs ItelioccaUOarppntrr W I Martin JII Thompson TbomatrVrrlll Jut IU Hkldmore Ixivlil llurton JIU Hunch MC KlchnnUon JoMpb thud Miss Mattli Hnwe ltelchentnch lines Albert Fred VonGruenganATTraylor Mlburn loocli N lerFred llaumann Hlehard tester Ownley Dunn llenrrlleiter nnnelleyw0J IfeJnrvu J W llaURhmnn J K llruco J O HpraU W U Hooch WHItliuey IJJ UndfrwoodASon MrMarOilVfiu John Martin Alcorn John Uamenisch WmCordler Dan M D Klmore- IIMr N ItOoodo P Tate David Mteven John Jufer IUO Durham Wo Ilout lotllbOllck Fred llamlorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J J Thompson n M Anderson Notice To Contractors Letting Monday April 6 1908 Notice is hereby given that Ios Buppri r of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Kwill until 10 oclock M M Monday April titli 1908 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county Ky All bids for furnishing hauling breaking nnd spreading stone nnd gravel must bo sealed filed with me on or bolero 10 oclock A M Monday April 6 1908 nt Stanford Ky and no bids will bo received after that time Contracts will be let to the lowcstjind best bidders old contractors will bo required to give bond with surety to bo approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for nIl penalties nnd damages for failure to so perform their contracts within the time nnd under tho conditions bore inafter mentioned Stanford it Danville nection 2 40 rods stone Hush Branch section 1 35 rods stone Danville Lancaster whole road 20 rods stone Stanford Millcdgcvillc section 115 rots stone Stanford tS Dix River section 1 10 rods of gravel Stanford Wuyncsburg section 1 15 rods stone Same section 2 2fi rods stone Same section 3 10 rods stone Same section 8 25 rods gravel Huatonvillo Coffeys Mill section 1 15 rods stone Danville Hustonvillo section 150 rods stone Stanford Hustonvillc section 1 40 roda stone Turnersville McCormacks section 3 5 rods gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must be on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1008 All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1908 All met al is to be measured by the supervisor who may designate when and where it is to ho spread crushed stone must bo spread not later titan Jan 1 1909IAll crushed stone to bo left at crusher or on margin of pike in when he measured by supervisor nnd afterwards to be spread by contractor and where directed by supervisor All stone furnished must bo good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces and screened not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must he clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney nnd Coffeys Mill pike and Turnersville and MoKinney pike must be from Green River rite court or its representative may reject any material tint of proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stqiio will bo broken by handor crus Tho supervisor reserves tho right to reject anyanti all bids Blank forms on which bids may bo made CUll bo obtained from the County Clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks Office Lincoln County will own a rock crusher and contractors will bo permitted to use it nt 81 per rod S K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County S K4 Just received big line of those Call nnd see the merits in them over any thing else on tho market GKO II FARRIS J Jrrstt laflona flank Stanford JCy Oryaniit 382 Capital Sloe fSOOOO Jurplut and ItndfuiJtJ Jill oSl 000 Jfas paid in Dividend since Organisaiton s21 500 t Mmule 9tlW jfceounts on Our JJfarils OFFICERS DIRECTORS y j S Mocker IresdeatF Reid J II naughnwn D mUle J M Pcttui S T lIarrr Vice Ptesident S 11 n v hmin J F Cummins John J McKoberts CashierS T Harm James Robinson HockerH a1r the Cinwln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Oslo Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John 13 Foster Stanford AV II SlmnV Stanford John P Cash TrnylorGilbertsH Cummins Ircachcravillc Lillnirn Gooch Gilberts Creeka I FLORIDA AND II NEW ORLEANSVIA M HOUTf CHANGE I i QUEEN Ii CRESCENT ROUTE 1907YYFor Information sad list of hotels saltiness 0 0 KINO 0 P O T A111 Mali St LexInHton Ky- If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on rile 1I W B McRoberts DRUGGIS1 JI STANFORD