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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE INTERIOR JOURNALt IVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 17 1908 NO 6iProf Ireland Writes Entertaining on His Trip to Washington Through tho kindness of Stanford splendid Board of Education It was the pleasure of tho writer of this article to be granted a leavo of abeenco for ono week in order to attend tho Nations Educational Association held at Wash Ington On Saturday tho anniversary o tho first presidents birth whllo ono of Stanfords leading industries wnl threatened with destruction by fire I started for tho city which so fitly me morializcs The Father of Ills Country It was my great pleasure to In company with Supt Mark of Louis vllle and others whom I joined at Cln clnnatl at 645 P M Wo loft that city via tho B 0 Southwestern Nothing of Interest to tho reader hap- penedIt- I or was witnessed until wo arrived at Grafton W Va A more bcauti ful vista rarely greets ono than tha seen by us on that Sunday morning After passing tho Monongahcla rive wo could see not only tho snow capped Allcghanlcs but also tho snow clad foot hills of tho Shenandoah Valley along whoso banks tho peerless Jackson marched In 18 2 In a short whilo wo reached Harperi Ferry where thIs samo redoubtable leader forced Col Miles to surrender Tho memory oC this fact caused our hearts to swol with pride but when wo afterward visited Arlington that beautiful place of tho Lees confiscated by tho Union that upheaval became a pro depression After passing 180ldlen sacred spots we arrived about 1 r M After our clever Congressman who ought to ta sent back again who did many kindnesses DE DONNB GRACR w made a visit to tho Congressional LI brary for It Is open on Sundays iron 2 to 10 Just here we might pause for a a short time for this building erects at a cost of more than 6000000 is a work of art than which there are nom superior and few approach It As wt went into the vestibule of tho front pa villlon wo were almost entranced tten- trance The whlto marble of this parts from Italy and the gold of tho celling like that of the dome is 22 karata fine No hall In tho world surpasses this Ir magnificence Tho ornate work with foliated designs presents to tho eye a scene of we may say shuddering delight Tho central stair n vision or polished stono with Its vast proportions and ita richness and harmony of adorn ment is most truly a typo of Americas greatest architectural improvement It is a matter for patriotic pride to know that tho conception design am execution are all products of Americas talent and workmanship Ono would have to bo Janusfaced and Argue oyet and possess almost universal knowledge to see and comprehend all tho decora lions and workmanship of the various corridors and pavlllions For this rea son I shall not attempt anything fur ther than a mere mention of tho moro prominent features The Progress of Civilization is giver by means of paintings and statues The Progress of Literature and tho proCes- sions nro in a like manner delineated Law is represented by such character ni Kent Taney Webster and tho like Poetry by Emerson and Holmes The ology by Mather Edwards Beccher Brooks ct al Tho muses ordaughtcn of Jupiter and Mnemosyno ore so pictured as to suggest that particular part of literature art or science over which each was assigned tho presidence as Clio of history Erato of lovepoetry and so on On the second floor of tho North cor ridor aro paintings representing the virtues and these of course are flout ing female figures each wearing or l holding her appropriate emblein Con cordla with an olive branch Industry with her spindle Tho senses are Idealized in art also as young women Smell is inhaling thefrngranco of n fullblown American beauty rose Taste is sip ping from a shell Tho Fates who start spin and cut tho thread of life are also to bo seen in tho ceiling panels Miltons choicest poems L Allegro and II Penseroso the former describing tho charms of a merry social life tho lat ter voicing tho quiet yet deep enjoy ment of a scholar In retirement are presented to us by paintings of women each n characteristic typo of the per sonified quality There are also before us Tho Graces Tho Four Elements Tho Arts Sciences Seasons etc Tho Progress of Civilization in tho collar of the dome Is a symbolism of tho 12 nations and epochs which havo con tributed to tho worlds advance In this Library nro 300000 books which any ono may read but only Congressmen and government officials may draw out For tho benefit of Congress books aro sent to tho Capitol by means of a tunnel Ono might stay in this storehouse for years and then but fee L bly grasp its treasures for it is Indeed- a a In various places accom appropriate figures are quotations among impressive which Is ono from Sweetest Shakes pearo FancysJChild Ignorance is tho curse of God Knowledge the wing wherewith wo fiy to heaven This as Dryden says of truth is of such a face and mien as to bo loved needs but to be seen On Monday Feb 24 in compan with several superintendents I vlsitci Franklin School wherVtho office of su perintondentof schools of D of C is and to our utter astonishment wo founi recitations being conducted in tho hallways and on various landings bccausi of the crowded conditions Except ii Sloyd work and in case of special In structors I found their corps of teachers but little bettor equipped than thosi of our own Stanford Graded School J will not go into detail In this line as thf is of interest to tho teachers chiefly In tho afternoon through tho kindness or Mr Helm I was conducted through the Legislative and Judicial departments and I saw them engaged in active duty Wo find only men not deities there It Is a scene worth beholding to sc these solons tho guardians of our portals Moro to bo admired however Is tho Supreme Court We saw it In sea sion and heard Attorney General Bonn porte presenting an argument This body occupies the room which was used for tho Senate chamber till 1859 Johr Jay was tho first to be chief justice and wo havo had only eight Chief Justin Fuller with his long hair and that dignity refined by courteous bearing im presses ono with a feeling of reveren tial awe However wo can say with out bias that Justice Harlan of Ken tucky has tho most stately and states manlike appearance and wo might say judicial bearing Tho solons of both houses of Congress seemed fully cogni zant of the fact that the future wel fare of the nation rested on their shoul demand that they bore a burden heav lee than Aetna It was our pleasure to see some of tho celebrities such as Tillman of South Carolina tho blind Senator Gore of tho new State Okla homa Joe Bailey of Texas et al Af ter watching tho denizens of tho build ing wo felt it would bo profitable to take a hasty view of the Interior of tho building Itself and mural decorations In the Rotunda Canopy Is tho Apoth eosis of Washington which contains 16 characters Those aro Washington tho central figure with Freedom on his right hand and Victory on his left while about these aro 13 supernal figures representing tho 13 original colonies and these aro flaunting tho immor tal banner with tho inscription E Plu- ribus Unum Many superb paintings adorn tho walls each used to illustrate some decisive historical event as Land log of Columbus Surrender of Corn wallis etc The National Statuary Hall in the central part where each State may send the cfllgjcs of two of her chosen sons in marble or bronze to bo placed permanently here and wo look In vain for two of Kentuckys noble sons we note the figures of Fulton of Penn sylvania Wintrop of Massachusetts and Austin of Texas and men of simi lar fame It was peculiarly striking to note tho figure of Frances E Willard of Illinois because of tho fact that she is the first woman to bo given a place in Statuary Hall and also because of the prmciploa she advocated On tho ped estal is inscribed Miss Willards cia quent plea for women At the first landing of ono of the stairways is a picture of Tho Emanci pation Proclamations first reading in September 1862 We pass from the Capitol Edifice by a subway under Now Jersey Avenue to tne office building of members of tho Lower House It is built of marble has iio rooms cost J2GOO000 and was firat occupied this year A similar building is being erected on the opposite Side of tho Capitol for thouso of Senate members Is this evidence of tho boasted economy of the present administration l We will has ten on lest our story being none we shall bo given for our pains a world of sightsArlington is now our Mecca that famous l crying ground where generals and soldiers of tho Blue or sepultured in ground that rightfully belonged to tho lender of tho Gray We know that when Leo loft his homo to champion tho cause of tho South the Federals confiscated tho estate Tho stones hero are marked with quotations from Tho Bivouac of tho Dead Tho lines aro moro than pathetic when we recall tho act that Theodore OHara a native Kentuckian wrote them to commemo rate tho Kentucky heroes who fell at tho battle of Buena Vista in tho Mexican war On fames eternal camping ground Their silent tents aro spread And glory guards with solemn round The bivouac of tho dead This and several other extracts are to- bo seen hero and there as wo wind our levious way back to Fort Meyer which wo visited the same afternoon Hero wo witnessed tho cavalry drill and walked through the barracks arriving at Fort Steps too lato for the last car necessitating a long walk back to tho District of Columbia side Just as we enter Georgetown via tho Aqueduct bridge wo seo on the bank of tho Potomac tho humble Key mansion whorl the author of the Star Spangled flan ner Francis Scott Key spent many or days Thus conclndes tho second day In Washington- J W IRELAND NEWS NOTES The jury in the Capitol graft enso at Harrisburg Pa returned a verdict of guilty as to all defendants Notices announcing a wage reduction of 10 per cent were posted in seven of tho large cotton factories in Lowell Mass Nearly 25000 operatives will be affected by tho reduction Nat C Goodwin has decided to aban don the stage for the mines and within three weeks tho comedian will bo or his way to Goldfield Nev where he has many valuable claims Despondent becauf ho had been out of employment for several weeks Joseph Sartine a cigar salesman of St Louis cut his wifes throat and then committed suicide with carbolic acid Six Chinese dead two others badly injured and one building partly destroyed was tho result of a fire in the Chinese quarter of Marysville Cal The fire Is believed to have been in cendiaryInvestigation of the death of Vaughan Bennett found dead on tho road near Clnrksville Tenn is being quietly con ducted and it is believed that Bennett and his brother Earl who was wound ed were with a band of night riders who wcro waylaid and shot by men hidden in a fence corner While asleep and dreaming of burglars Hugh Holtis of Louisville shot and killed his wife Evelyn Fonythe in Washington Hollis was arrested but was released by direction of tho Coroners jury Mrs H M Hollis mother of Mr Hollis who lives nt Sonora this State says her son was subject to nightmares and walked in his sleep over since ho was a child Night riders made their first appear ance in Woodford and Scott counties Friday night burned two barns and a corncrib and warned Capt James T Williams not to plant tobacco beds The riders approached within five miles of Versailles Rewards have been of fered by tho County Judge of Wood ford by tho Law and Order League of Woodford the Society of Equity of Woodford and by Gov Willson The mob passed an Interurban car in which former Gov Bcckham and members of tho Legislature were riding We take pleasure in thV official an nouncement which we are authorized to make of the candidacy of lion Harvey Helm to succeed himself as Con tress man from this ditrict Every body in tho district knows tho bighearted big bodied Representative from tho Eighth and those who have watched his course know that he is working hard for the best interests of his constituents His democracy is un questioned and his capacity for and willingness to work has been remarked by all of his brother Congressmen at Washington This is Ms first term and ho and his many friends feel that ho is entitled to encouragement in the efforts he is making and an endorse ment for the good work ho is doing lie has not had the chance to do all he hoped to do but is leaving no stono un turned to merit the approbation of tho people of this district There has been some talk of opposition to him but no candidate can go on tho stump and truthfully say that ho will or can work harder for his party and tho peo ple of this district than Mr Helm has worked Shebly County Record No Use To Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can pet Dr Kings Now Dlsrov cry says MrsT P White of Rush boro Pa I would not be alive to day only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up n cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease oven after the easels pronounced hope less This mst reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrlppo asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold un der guarantee nt Pennys Drug Store 50c and 61 Trial bottlo free Giuseppe Alia the Italian wanderer alleged to be an anarchist who killed the Rev Father Francis Leo Heirirlchs at tho alter in St Elizabeths Catholic church in Denver while tho priest was in tho act of administering tho holy sacrament has been sentenced to hang Ho was arraigned 18 days after the commission of the crime and tho trial occupied only threo and onehalf days This Is Worth Remembering Whenever you have a cough or cold Just remember that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure It Do not risk your health by taking any but the genuine It is In a yellow package Pennys Drug toro IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John M Reynolds aged 74 dead of pneumonia in Mercer Mrs Mary Butner aged 80 yean was fatally burned at Tyrone Anderso countyThe Hughes Jcllieo Coal Co of Knox county has decided to employ non union labor exclusively George Tomkins a Danville Negro suicided by taking carbolic acid Ho was formerly mail carrier In Danville but lost his job some time ago Ike Chitwood pleaded guilty at Wil liamsburg to breaking into property of the Cincinnati Southern Company wai sentenced to one year in the peniten tiary Tho Richmond Cold Storage Ico Company of Richmond on petition oC its creditors has been thrown Into bankruptcy This now factory which cost about 40000 has only been in op eration about two years Leslie M Shaw formerly Secretary of the Treasury was chosen a director and treasurer of the Danville Colum bia and Scottsville road This road is part of a line from McKinney Ky tc Savannah Ga which is to be con structed The Government has paid to the trus tees of Ewing Institute a claim for damages caused by the Union army al tho time of the battle of Perryville Tho officials of tho Presbyterian Chris tian and MethodistEpiscopal church at Perryvillo have claims pending on the same account The question of aj fair at Somerset this year is not in the least doubt An association of leading citizens will assume tho responsibility and put up possibly the best program ever offer ed at a fair exhibition in the county Work is now being done on the quiet Somerset Journal Cornelius Floyd Kidd died at his home in this city of a complication of diseases duo to advanced age On Feb 20th his devoted wife died of grip and the loss coupled with his feeble condi tion caused him to anticipate that his summons was not far ahead and that he would soon be called to enter upon the reward that comes to the faithful Liberty News HUSTONVILLE Fifteen shares of stock in the Huatoc villo National Bank owned by tho late T J Foster will be sold at auction here Saturday Seo advertisement elsewhere Usual services at the Hustonville Presbyterian church next Sunday morn ing and night Morning subject The man without a country Evening sub ject The two view points Good For Everybody Mr Norman Ft Coulter prominent architect In tho Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bit ers as a tonlo medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kldnoy disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up tho system Electric Bitters is tho best spring medicine ever sold over adrug gists counter as a blood It Is unequaled becatPennysprugStoro Tied up in a sack with shoe linings John Detchner a convict in the penitentiary at Frankfort was carried out side the prison walls in a wagon with other material from the shoo shop He would have gotten away had not one of his confederates In the prison tipped off Warden Mudd who empties the sacks and located Detchner The plan for Detchner to escape was a smooth one and was almost successful Eight persons were killed and many thousands of dollars worth of property was destroyed by an explosion which wrecked a wholesale drug house at Natchez Miss Tho flames from the explosion set fire to 18 residences seven of which were destroyed The city has been placed under martial law Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lungtrouble Is not fleeted by tho National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Storo Remember r this Oh leap year belle No girl should kiss Then run and tell Croup positively checked in 20 mini utes Dr Shoops SO minute Croup Remedy acts like Magic No vomiting nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dopendablocroup syrup 60o Pennys Drug Store Giuse po Alia tho condemned murderer of Father Helnrichs made a des perato attempt to escape from tho county jail at Denver Ho assaulted a trusty with a razor but was overpow ered Dutchess Trousers E Dutchess Will Please You Every Day At home or abroad at work or at play Guar anteed as they are what more can you ask To show them is ever our pleasant task Our counters are loaded with newest patterns All stylish and nobby and more serviceable than other makes lOc a button 1 a rip Our Spring Stock is complete Come and try a pair The home of Dutchess Trousersf SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc mu1RNo 310 An uptotlato Roller Flouring Mill of 50 barrel capacity loca ted in tho heart of onlcof tho best wheat belts in the State and within 40 feet of Trunk Line Railroad This is an old established plaht with fine cut turn trade Wnrehouse barn etc Can be bought for 85500 Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry houso and full equipments together with several acres of ground on which plant is op crating nice suburban homo of 12 acres with new residence and outbuid ings and one or two nico resident properties in very best resident part of town which we will exchange as a whole for blue grass farm with good im provements and well located No 171 240 acres six miles Southeast of Wayncsburg on Buck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom laud Two dwellings on farm one of six anti the other of four rooms two good orchards fine water Land is adapted to corn wheat oars and hay 8500 worth of hay grown on place last year Reason for selling owner is yi other business Prico only 83000 All kinds of properties sold and exchanged Write us your wants Somerset Real Estate ISomerset J aHLORO LPTHOEUMIaeaies For Sheep Dip For Scrubbing FloorsJFor Garbage TankssFor Railway Carriages For Infected Linen For Stables For Chickens l For Hogs For Horses I W H HIGGINS IStanford Kentucky = m sa THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WHY 191t TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER r EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO1PAtP1NCC- RPORATCD 1 tj The Interior Journal L Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER countanbleett putty M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe Democrat party t ItJAM I C HAYS It a candidate for jnller of Lincoln count subject to the action of tbe Democrat party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coui u ty subject to tbe action of tbo Democrat r party DINK FARMER tlon Is n forjailor ot Lincoln county subject o the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY r n candidate for A s ssorof Lincoln coun tysubjcct totbeactlon of tho democrat party HARVEY HELM Id n candidate for the democratic nomlnn tlon for Congress In this the Eighth dls trlct subject to the action of the democrat Ic party TilE editor of the Mt Vernon Signal who Is sore on Gov Beckham because that distinguished gentleman failed to recognize his ability and to pardon a convicted criminal even when a lawyer friend of his asked it takes us to task because we condemn the CourierJour nal and Times for helping defeat Gov Beckham the democratic nominee for U S Senator Mr Albright is one of those purifiers who got mad and wouldnt play because his idol Senato- McCrtary was defeated and his littl mite went toward beating the ex Governor He professed to want a democrat elected but was heartily opposed to the man who had been nominated by the people Like the other bolters his song was give us a democrat but don give us Beckham and like them hi should and doubtless does share the odium of those of his ilk It matters not whether our editorials come from the Frankfort bureau or from Attor neys Williams and Brown theyhave the democratic ringand are always favorable to the nominees of the democrat ic party There is no half way grouni with the INTERIOR JOURNAL and it will shut up shop before it todies to the republican party by bolting democratic nominees as the Mt Vernon Signal E S Albright editor and owner did ic tta Senatorial race TilE luau Frankfort Thursday night by the Young Mens Democratic Club of that city was a success in all the word means It was giv en in honor of Gov Beckham and the true blue democrats of the Legislature and Senate and a number of democrats from all over the State were present The editor of this paper acknowledges thanks for an invitation and sincerely regrets his inability to be present Lin coin countys Representative Hon W H Shanks was one of the speakers of k the occasion andjho made an excellent talk Gov Beckham was the speaker of theeveningand he acquitted himself as he alwaysjdoes most admirably His speech was a gem well tempered and well timed In our humble opinion he isald just what he onght to have in other words we endorse every word of it The exgovernor fid not mince words and his reference to the treacherous bolters brought forth many amens He announced that he would never again seek office but we hope ho willchange his mind He is too valuable a man to retire to private life when there is so much good he can do in office BOTH Senators McCreary and Payn ter delivered addresses in the Senate In response to Senator Depews remarks a few days ago on the subject of night riders in Kentucky Senator McCreary reviewed the operations of the Tobacco Trust and declared that the repeal of the 6cent tax on tobacco was what was needed for the benefit of the farmers of his State Senator Payn ter condemned the work of the night riders and the burning of tobacco barns But he added that involves no more turpitude than is involved in the organ ization of a trust to take from our pee pIe onehalf the price of our product IT is the judgment of the Demo cratic party that if it was a decree of fate that Beckham should be de feated it was better for the party and for him to be defeated by a Repub dean than for the forces within the party that accomplished his defeat to have been permitted to name a Democratic Senator said Judge James M Benton in his speech at the Beck ham banquet at Frankfort FRIENDS of Hon W H Shanks feel like meeting him with a brass band when he returns from morrow He has not achieved greatI things in law making but he has done the very best he could Ho has also impressed his colleagues and others asI 1fromTimE a today May those socalled democrats who caused the defeat of Gov BeckI ham for U S Senator receive from r their constituency the punishment they so richly deserve To hades with the bolters and traitors any way wdJ tiir POLITICALI con vention has been postponed until next Saturday March 21 The House passed the postofflco appropriations bill carrying the largest amount ever known 222190392 Gov Johnson of Minnesota has accepted an invitation to address the students of Tuskegee University Alabama 0on May 2G From the information now obtains ble it is not likely that the Aldrich bill will reach the final stages during the present week The House at Washington passed unanimously tho bill removing tax on leaf tobacco when bought by storekeep ers or dealers and sold to consumers Marion county republicans have organized a Fairbanks club W T Hawkins is president and a Negro preacher named Wheeden is secretary The House and Senate are deadlocked over the McChord and Burnam tobacco bills and there seems to be no likeli hood of the passage of either at this sessionThe Taft forces in the First district have preferred charges of misfeasance- In office against former Senator W J Deboe of the Republican State Central CommitteeRepresentative James B Perkins of New York announced at the White House that Gov Hughes had no chance of securing the Republican nomination for President Speaker W J Gooch who has earn ed an enviable reputation for fairness ad speaker of the Lower House nt Frankfort will likely be a for Congress in the Third candidateII Nebraska Republicans in at Omaha indorsed the policies of presi theirrdelegates to the Chicago Convention to support Taft first last and all the time for the presidential nomination Gov Willson signed the Crccelius Wyatt tobacco bill providing a penalty for the sale of pooled tobacco lIe also gave his official approval to the Lilian pure food and drug act a measure similar to the National pure food law The Kentucky Senate defeated the McChord tobacco bill which put the tobacco business under the police power of the State passing in its stead Sen ator Burnams substitute drastic anti Senatedley Tobacco Society It is believed that the House will accept the substitute The House passed Windy Bill Thomp sons automobile bill limiting the speed of motor cars to ten miles an hour Here and There S Winston one of the most prominent business men of Lexington is dead Night riders burned 5000 pounds of tobacco in Mason county which was to have been delivered to the American Tobacco Company Two people were killed and a third serson was fatally hurt when a Frisco passenger train was derailed on a trestle near Bristow Okla A motor car was driven into Jerusalem Saturday the first ever seen in that ancient city It created a sensa tion among the populace In the Breathitt Circuit Court John and Henry Combs were given 21 years each for killing their uncle Tom Combs Court adjourned Saturday leaving 32 murder cases on the docket James Stivers shot to death Mat Todd a prominent turnpike contractor at Bybeetown Madison county The only cause assigned for the tragedy is insanity The men were neighbors- In the United States Court at Chi cago John R Walsh former president of the defunct Chicago National Bank was convicted and given the minimum sentence of five years for the illegal use of the funds of the bank Harry Orchard in spite of the appeals of his attorneys stands firm in his determination to plead guilty and it is said he wants the death penalty pronounced He said he told the truth in his confession and wants to die for his crimes Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Jvansvllle Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure wa4 recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle Iwasentlrelycured Why not let It help you Pennys Drug Store Four traveling men were shot from ambush by Negroes in Webster connty The Negroes were friends of Jake McDowell who shot the deputy town mar shal of Providence and thought the traveling men were members of a mob on the way to Dixon to lynch McDowell J B Barry of Louisville and PB Carter were wounded Pain can bq quickly stopped A 25 cent box of Dr Shoops Headache everywhereFinoughly safe periods woman neuralgia etc cease after one tablet Pennys Drug Store I O CHURCH MATTERS There will be choir practice at the Christian church Saturday nightIRev T W Barker will preach at the old Union church at Rowland Sun day at 330 P M Curtis Jet nephew of the late Judge James Hargis has embraced the Chris tian faith lathe Frankfort penitentiary and In a letter which he closes with the expression Your brother in Jesus he declares that fear possesses hie soul and ho loves God At tho prayer meeting Thursday eve nlng at the Methodist church the 12 Sunday sessions for this year will be reviewed by J A Allen T D Raney Mrs Woods W W White and others The Epworth League will also meet on Thursday evening no League servIce Sunday night The League members and all the church members will attend the Christian church Sunday night The Pastor Thoroughly frightened by the raid of the night riders in Woodford and Scott counties independent farmers of those counties and Fayetto county are has toning to publish their intentions not to raise tobacco this year One farmer who had already sowed his plant bed declared publicly his intention of plow ing it up himself Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new remedy an Improvement on the lax atives of former years as It does not gripe or nauseate and Is pleasant to take It is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store Six men were arrestedinn raid on an alleged gambling house at Owens boro GILIERT CREEK IARCAIN STORE eTake no one word for It but come and see All goods sold at reduced prlcei Mens and Ladles Underwear Rod Rubbers Mews and lloysHults at Cost I will be very grate ful for your patronage D JttMlTlI 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to stock in traveling the pub lie highways or Injury to stock from the lands of oler people This reward refers to past present and future I alto over a spec ial reward of U for J Utlnrpenter McKINNEY MARBLE C GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Denier In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KlrstClnss Work at Ileasonnble Price Ofllce and Work McKlnney Ky Bhop doted on Haturdn Wantid To iuy Oak and leech Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isville Ky 0 urge for examination or smentltleal- f Iageye by uptodnto methods ire crlptiou glasses ground In any tI1 frame or skeleton mounting work material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderate Permanently located l n Central Telephone llulldlng Huitonvllle Ky L o POWELL Graduated Optometryst THE WARFIELD Trial 221 Trotting Dark Hey Htnlllon 18 hands foaled August fun bred lit VllllagQ Farm Nat Aurora N Y First tyOlrlb Ilex Amerlcus IUcord I11H sire of UatUetou Ytl2yuni JtOJi American Hello 3yr 18 others In 2a list a son of curd JSfcf sire of Onward Hllver lOO K and others In the Jux llsi Onward was sired by George Wilkes 610 2nd dam Duenna sired by Jlnmbrlno King 175 slro of 75 Including iMtly of the Monor 2oi1 Lord Derby 20 i lIolr at Law Y07t 0 others In 2in- Vrd data Uotlet J y Nutwood ere the slro of In the lIt4th dam Topaz by Htrathmoro 408 sire in the list 6th dam Mlllnrd Albion ftth dam Nod by Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by Mambrlno Chief The Wurfleld was bred to only 15 mares lie baa Jl foul nil upheaded plenty oflltyle sIze and substunco and plenty of speed Tbo Warllluld isa representative stallion In al the term Implies To say that he hat size substance and speed only Jn part emphasize the qualities combined In son of Dare Devil He has thom and they lire of such symmetrical character on to make him u stallion among many His head and neck boby feet and legs are perfect and when seen connection with hi faultless gals and great beauty are especially Impressive You should see horse before breeding You will say you never looked ut a better one The Warfleldli the only stallion that bas 7 ilftnii In tho grout brooduiortt He has twoMambrluo King crosses two Mambrlno Polchen two Alambdno Vh ofonoVblmlli one Onward Electioneer 1 Nutwood Btrarhmora more trotting crosses than any stallion alive The Warfteld le byDare IJOvll2i elrecord 2W lie by King itTv hu by lambrlno ho by Mambrlno Uhlof Dam Mercedes by Ohlmes bale by Electioneer 15 Dare Devil Is a winner He won the championship at the National Horse Hhow In issw class llrst National Horse Hhow In sue championship National HorseClllllltC nlll illllrt Horso Hhow I8W class clmmnlonnhlp National Horse UiowlVUO n 2 Mist National UorseHhow c18u8 IIrst horse Hlt0w 1100 cln8l10 first lloston Horse show III reserve lioston Horse Hlow 1m class l second lioston JIorkOHIiow H clnisSi sec ond Boston Horse Hhow llo ton hors Hltow lout class third 1105 ton horse Hllow lttn elllS 7 He aIred The leau Ideal 2il hire of Princess Helen iI003A Devils liiiughtcriliUiM Harah Ham lbn 2il0KTrlller l2Hr Daro Devil Jr 22Will niiike tho pInt season at our farm I mile from McKInney Ky nt to insure n Living Volt LIvingOoltIlelsnwhite good length tine bone and feet HIOWJlN8 Ky Ln u YOUNG MENS SUITS whoknowgotten here from us Prices range from 15 to 25 H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky TreesFruit and Orna mentalI Everything for Orchard Lawn and Ganlcn Our strawberry plants are roouaymakers ft thcm Write for agentsyII P HlUKSM EYUH SoN- ALexiliJton Ky Indigestion In itself a true disease We think of Dyspepsia 7lbe7Nerve sleknes nothing else flbooDInRemedy Dr Snoops KcstorstiT Going direct lo the stomach nerves alone brought that succm and favor to Dr his ItotoratUe With 8hoorandout that Tttal principle such lasting accompllthmriits were erer to be had For stomach distress Dloatingbfnoomeut + d breath and sallow complexion try Dr 8hoop ttltoratlvTableti or see for your salt what It OlD and wW do lye seU and cheer recommendDr Shoops- RestorativePENNYS Heartburn Gomes from the Stomach t The heart is an organ that people arc not inclined to trifle with but a person may have fluttering of the heart heart haysvoB out of ten the disorder comes from the constlpatlonSo instead of taking heart cures other such things that contain stimulant 1and narcotic take a harmless but effective remedy like DrCaldweU Syrup Pepsin wblcb will correct the dleestlre disorder and In thai tray cure the tuppotedheart trouble The reined J Is guaranteed to do this and ou can obtain It of an7 druggist In coat sai1 tattles As there are about 10 siesta to the Utter the sun will cost ou but a feweenta IlelhiewTennwhouaerlromheartbumeta 8hewrlksWot she suOercd from Indigestion and constipation from falntlnr spell fluttering the heart and rarthuro toIhecoJlldnt ea meat or anything seasoned with meat Or Csldwells Snap Pepsin was recommended to her and after a few dose the Indigestion and constipa heart trouble soon disappeared the falntlolllpelland she take dose of tbe remedy after eating and now never feel any effects no matter whet she eats It would be well for those who ouUer InthiswayW do as she did and be cured There is no question that Dr C ld wells Syr up Pepsin U the best lonlo laxative end digest ant at the disposal of the American people It Is gentle lo action and pleasant In taste It never gripes It Is the Ideal remedy for tom ach liver and bowel complaint and owing to Its gentle action Is especially to be recom mended to children women and other who can not stand the violence and griping of salts purgative and catharflo tablets wlihlrg to try DrCild FREE TEST ire Syrup Peo ln before toy Ing can Aare a free tirnpl battle ant to their hums by ftddmtbig to company 8lfcirlit Prove vain remedy will do U as dllm1JId Is only ogee to Rosa Ain vMtskeaIt d fee ItlC roe bare IIIJ tomach bowel olteue BtnDeit yst moil tote thifoorr OOUnn women and old 1VVII1eed eoms cure PuaUo VERDIOT No tantlvs COiood lid Sur frodUC1bellilEKIN YIHH M U8 aldell IIdg NaWaMprWj Hot water 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 the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR OIREOTORSt JB Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanfordp John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John Cash TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Preachcrsvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek L n JunkjStanforddtey 0rffittijtnf S82 Capital 3oct tSo 000 Surplus and 1fndM ttct JProfilt 39 000jHas paid In Dividends since Organisation 2f 500 Snvlto Jfou Jfceounts on Our 9foriis OFFICERS DIRECTORtReid J S Hocker PresldentF lD Elmore J M Pettui S T Harris VicePesident S H Baughman J F John J McRoberts CashierS T Harris James CumminsICashrT P Hill J S H 0 Baughman Asst C E X Rink Friday Night Mar 20 tv rs 7LL 4 1 Q TRaAp i I01W On Wednesday March 18th we will have on display in our store a Manufacturers Line of Spring Suits and Wraps Remember one dad only and more than you will see at any retail store Come andtlook at these Also grand assortment of other new Skirts Dress Goods Wash Goods Neckwear Belts Combs Long Silk Gloves Long Kid Gloves Etc We have just returned tram the market and have ma ny new goods to show youJ SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY LAn Il17 1908 l We aro readto figure with you on Wo recom rncndShcrwTnWiHfnma u the best and cheapest Pennys Store PERSONALS rl MRS D C SUTLE went uji to London yesterday MRS Eo J DROWN U visiting Rock costlo trlendsIMR H J McRoncRTS has been sick for several days MR A 11 SEVERANCE of Corbin is at tho bedside SaturdayI Madison of Moreland pass ed up to Mt Vernon yesterday MRS W K W and children aro with her parents in GarrardI MRS ED WILKINSON and children spent several days In Crab Orchard MR J E ROBINSON of Lancaster was hero on legal business Saturday MR AND MRS W IL WEAREN were in Lexington and Frankfort last week Miss GEORGIA LEWIS of Crab Orch aid was with the homefolks here SunI day MR AND MRS J A BEAZLEY ofI Lancaster were with relatives hero Sunday MR RAYMOND HASELUEN of Lan caster spent Sunday with tho Messrs Aldridgo MESSRS ED WILKINSON J T Wil kinson and Russell Drown aro lit Casey county fishing Miss KAKIIKRINB WARREN of thoI Somerset Timed spent Sundaywith her parents hum A NUMBER of our young people attended a very delightful hop at Lancaster Friday night MR WILL YEAGER of Middlcnboro was hero again Sunday to see a mighty fine young woman MRS JOHN SANDI DOE and Miss LizI zlo Doyle of Hustonville wero in Stanford SaturdayIMR PHIL SODEN of Louisville spent several days with tho family of Col W Huft Dudderar MR AND MRS HARRY MAGEE of Livingston attended tho burial of J 1Mr J R OrndorffI II R CAMNITZ and Miss Edna Camnitz of Hustonvlllc spent yester day with friends here MR GEORGE C KELLER JR oCI Danville Is assisting in this office dur ing a rush of job work MR AND MRS JAMES G CARPENTER JR have moved to Dr J G Carpenters farm in the East End A FAIRLY good picture of Miss Angle Kinnaird of Lancaster was printed in Saturdays Louisville Times MRS H D CAMPBELL and children of Wilmore arrived yesterday to visit her sister Mrs J F Cummins JAMES D CANNON of McKInney has accepted a position as clerk at Gilchers bakery and restaurant Advocate MR W A FOWLE of Rowland who has been III for several months was able to drive up to Stanford Sunday MESSRS W T FLANIOAN and C E Masdcn of Lebanon Junction attend ed the funeral of Mr J R OrndorfT MR J C BAILEY wife and children and Miss Ophelia Lackey of Crab Orchard were with friends hero Sun 4 day Mn BEN HARDIN of Montlccllo was the guest of his brother Mark Hardln while en route to London with a view to locating A PICTURE of Miss Mary Moss tho pretty daughter of Mr W B Moss oft Garrard appeared In Saturdays Cour ier Journal JUDGE W a VARNONl looking almost as young as ho did a quarter oCa century ago was hero from Asheville N C Friday and Saturday ROBERT C SAUFLEY received a hearty welcome from Somerset people on his return from his stay in New Mexico where ho is engaged in gold mining Somerset Republican MR R C SAUFLEY who has been in New Mexico some eight months is hero with his mother He left Somerset weighing 120 pounds and now tips tho t beam at 167 lie la the very picture of 1health and prosperity W T RICHARDSON of Junction City has been given the agency of tho Standard Oil Co at Paris at u salary of 1200 per year and baa moved his family to that place He has been 1with tho Standard people for many LOCALS RINK Friday night FARMERS rend W II Hlggina ad NEW shipment of buggies just in See them E T Pence Miss MARY T SIMPSON has been appointed postmaster at Shelby City WE have on hand latest novelties in veils See them Misses Straub DONT that there will be skat- Ing at Walton Opera house Friday night JUST received a carload of White and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKInney Nice lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No3 Ir PUREES C Brown Leghorn eggs forI sale Write or phono Mrs Robert Berry Hustonvillc Ky Tm young ladles Fancy Work Club will meet with Miss Sarah Baughman Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclockI LOST Pair of rimless nose glasses with hairpin attached to cord Reward returned to Miss Berta Jean Penny THE watch lost yMrs Nora M Goodnight Saturday was found by Mr Watt Fields and returned to tho owner THE headquarters the Danville Scottsville Columbia Railroad have been moved from Hustonville to pan vllln IT Is announced that six moro through freight trains from South Louisville to Corbin will be put on this division in a few weeks Foil SALENico cottage with plenty of garden space opposite court house square on Lancaster street See W II Mueller jeweler TIrE Ladies Aid Society of tho Christian church will meet with MrsI W P Grimes at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon week 28thIYOUNG Mrs rahJane Young aged 68 died of grip at tho home of Squire D R Adams at Hjghland Sunday and was buried yesterday after noon MR J S HUNDLEY of Bullitt count ty who was hero last week told us that during the last 12 months his wife sold 80 worth of butter from a single cow Besides this good cow furnished abundant milk and butter for Mr Hundleys family of four DoYYMrs Ann yof Garrard county died in a Louisville infirmary and was taken to Lancaster for burial Sunday afternoon She was the widow of J M Doty and was 73 years old Sho is survived by five children includ ing J Perk Doty of Garrard THERE will be a meeting of tho stock holders of the Lincoln county fair at the courthouse at 3 oclock Friday afternoon March20 It will be an Important business meeting and every stockholder should bo on hand or rep resented James F Cummins sccy THERE bigmooting of tho fair men of several counties Saturday but nothing worthy of mention was accom plished Tho associations represented were Harrodsburg Danville Lancas ter Perryvlllo Crab Orchard and Stan ford The meeting waS called for tho purpose of deciding on dates and chang- Ing Stanfords dates but nothing was dono In that line MR J S HUNDLEY who now lives in Bullitt county camo up Friday and spent a few days with his many old friends hero Ho is not pleased with his adopted home and it would not Burl prise us if ho and his family are not lack in Lincoln county before many moons wax and wane LATER Mr Hundley bought the home of E C Walton and will move to it about April 5thHl0GINLMrs Rhoda Higgins rel- Ict of Jacob Higgins died at the homo of her daughter in Ensley Ala and was brought to Crab Orchard and bur- Ied Sunday after services by Eld J G Livingston at the Christian church Sho was 79 years old and all of her long life had been spent in the East End of this county Less than a year ago she left with her daughters Mrs Kittio King and Miss fettle Higgins for Ala bama and was with them when tho end came She was a good woman and a devout member of tho Christian church A number from this place attended her burial FIVE THOUSAND rods American FieldI Wire Fence in stock W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky THE Events Club will meet with Mrs L B Cook at 2 oclocl Thursday afternoon LET Mrs B D Carter and Mrs Cummins do your stamping They has the latest and most uptodate patterns Tile catalogue tthe combination sale of Weatherford Beazley Dryo Embry at Huatonvlllc March 25 and 20 will be out tomorrow Writq for one B D CARTER tho liveryman had a valuable horse to die Sunday It is almost certain tho animal was poisoned no effort nor means will bo spared fixing tho guilt FOR SALEB P Rock egJa tat pen headed by ono of Harry Clubbs best cockerels 150 per 1C 2nd pdn headed New York cockerel 1 pcrllG Mrs II Crow Shelby City Ky Now Is the time to look to your bug gy buckboard or carriage f6r Spring and Summer use Big lot to select from Also harness farming Implements wagons etc freight A DROKFN flange on train No caused a wreck near Cellar Creel yesterday Over 100 feet o track was torn up several cars were broken but nobody was hurt The wreqk caused a delay of several hours NOTICE Having removed on Lancaster street opposite the cpurthouse I solicit your trade in all o repairing of watches jewelr and graphophones Also s ich thing sold on small commission obt Fph zel Stanford KyITHOSE haventrac d to put their stock in the combs atlon salo Hustonville March 25 an 2Gwil please send in their entries onco so that tho catalogue may t y printed Send to Wcatherford Dry Huston yule or Bcazley Embry tonford IN sending us a check for I his paper to September 1908 Mr J H Drowning of Llxingaton Continuo your good work WritS so socalled Democrats who defeat Gov Deckham Itwe few of just such men in office hata Beckham is wo would have II AN idea of how vyell our people attend theatrical entertainments can bo had when it is told that the opera housi management bro ght a good show hen Friday night on ft guarantee and th gross receipts 8 less than tho amount paid fofthe attraction Stan Lord does not a play and certainly she deserves tOed liON HARVEY our present Con gressman was in town Tuesday am made this office a most pleasant call Ho gave us ills announcement for reelection wHIch appears in this issue Mr Helm is making a splendid rccon in Congres and tho people have ever reason toe proud of him It is a custom ana a good onetooto give a representative tale second nomination with ut opposition and we are glad to sa tho in Garran is strongl in far of renominatinj Mr Helm in thisIway Ho had a hart fight to win last year and those Demo rats to whom wo havi talked sky hesitatingly that hi should bo Ive Another term not on ly as an endorsement of his good work in Congre s but asa reward for th splendid slrvico he has given his party Wo have Heard of no opposition to Mr Helm anci rust there will bo none Lancaat Record ORNDORpV Mr J R Orndorff one of tho oldesl engineers on this division fthe L N died at his home at Livingston Thursday afternoon and was laid to rest m Buffalo cemetery here Saturday morning after prayer song and benediction Revs T W Barker and J L Vandlo and Prof J W Ireland Ho ia survived by his wife and six children Tho children are Mesdames William Hugh lIagan and James F Hocfcer and Messrs Eugene Harry and Frank Orndorff Deceased who was an ex Confederate soldier and a bighearted lover and splendid man was 66 years Id Diabetes was the immediate cause of his taking away Pap as Mr Orndorff was familiarly known by his railroad associates was universally popular and was held in high esteem by the great corporation for which he worked Ho on jhe grave of tho fine old gentleman I MATRIMONIAL John Elliott of Washington county and Miss Eva Bradley of Boyle wer ted in marriage at the Methodist Par eonage in PerrvviJIe Mr James M Saufley of this place bad Miss Pearl Heizer of Now Haven Nelson county wero married in Louis ville Thursday evening by Rev Dr Eghert Smith Tho marriage is the culmination of a several years standing Mr Sduiley met Miss Heizer a number of years ago and their acquaintanceship gradually ripened into love A courtship followed and in a reasonable length of timo they became engaged The bride ig tho attractive daughter of Dr William Heizer a prominent physician of Nelson county Sho is a pretty brunette is an accom pushed musician and above all a sensible and a practical young woman We congratulate Mr Saufley on winning the heart and hand of such an excellent lady Mr Saufley is a son of Judge and Mrs M C Saufley is a clever young man and a capable telegraph op orator His many friends here and elsewhere are glad of his good fortune and wish him and his all the good things that can come his way Ho and Mrs Saufley have located at Somerset where he has a good position with the Q C railro- adDesirable Home ForSale my Idmlre to sell privately residence on Knit Mnln street lot con tnlnnonuncrc IthedweItngiea two stor frmne eight rooms bt side both room chtun clotet wnnlrolwi etc A good noble and other out imlUllugp Mrs Foster Htnnford K- yNotice To Claimants claimsPersons against the eitnt of James K Lynn will present them to u properly proven not later Mnrch IS for iwynynnINSURANCE rir Lightning WindStorm and moment None but the IGEBT and IK8T Oompnnlvi Represented Lowest Pot ittiR lUtei n Paying Bee rlt Unequalled Talk with VEAHONY Stanfprd Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there 10 difference In the price of ready made talti nnd n tult measure lan by an experienced tailorr1 hnvo a handsome line of spring A Hummer good I I MU wake from n low price business suit to lbelimit dress suit Overcoats Trous en and Fancy Vests Tho company 1 rep resent Is second to none II O HUPLEY The Tailor Htnnford Ky Administrators Sale I IA administrator of T J Foster deceased I will on SATURDAY JIAHOH 21 18W nt 10 Ax on the premises offer at public salen lot of houk hold und kitchen furnl lure one good buggynnd harness also thrci shares stock Lincoln National llank Stanford ib share Stock Nntlonai vllle shares stock Commercial Bank tTruitOo Louisville fobr shares Hock Htnn Ice Co Stanford rhnresstockwichitn Union Stock Yard Uo Wichita Kim At same time as Rent for Mrs Tlios Foster I will olTer the dwell description of ebewbe- nn till paper Terms madeBrown on doy 01 sole J HOHTKll Adnrr T J Foster Morgan Denmark prelentIlure a living colt He has more lenmurk- blood than any living stallion ni will IN shown by his pedigree Iornn IXmnmrk was tired by the noted stallion On Time whoso pedigree traces back to the Imported Iledgeford Morgan Den first don lody Morgan was ono of Iloo best saddle and show mares in Kentucky Bhe was sired by Htonewnll Jackson J K BAUGHMAN Black jack with white points K hands high and ears heavy lone was trod by Turkington K is on excellent mule nnd Jaoknndaproven beertruoity Ho will stand at the low price 19 to insure a living colt Jennets same terms as mares JOHN The noted SAm Cochran Jack has been tbl for 10 years and give- natitactlonlieisinplendld eopoltlonto make tho present season 11 stand at he low to Insure n living colt- on run no rlskln patronizing such Jack BULL- Will stand A line Polled Angus bull at one dollar at the gate lie hue prq9l1un excel lent breeder- Thanbovementioned stock will stand nt my barn one mho of Prfacberivllla lAticniter nlid Grub Orchard pike rnrespndfennetsgrazed lit n reasonable price given at all urea anti skilled service rendered put not eiponslble should any 1acteidonhs occur Stanford IUFDNol Bastla Phone 78 Y South East Corner Main and IDepot Streets Ih Ladies We are now ready to show you our full line of Spring and Summer shoes and Slippers We have the Tan in Oxfords Double Ties and Pumps at 250 3 and 350 Black in Side Lace Pumps Ties and Oxfords from 250 to 350 Childrens Shoes and Slippers all grades from 75c to 2 A Beautiful line of Tan Em broidered and Lace Hose black Lace striped from 25c to 50c also fancies in Blue Gray and White Let us put your feet in the latest style TRIBBLE HUGHES IDryQoqcjs Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY I The Emporium AT HUSTONVILLE Will Continue its Reduction Sale Until Further 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- F goods Why not take advantage of it CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Wty Plait Weeds 1 Ii You Have Enough As It Is Buy the Best Export Field Seeds and Raise Good Crops f Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky t Perfect Heat I OSqUit08fHot water heating Is perfect with tho exception of this Tho will bite you some during Winter Ifyou can put up with that then let Aldridge heat yqur homo that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera s ture You will eave enough ip Cpal Comfort and Jlealth tJ pay for the outfit in a few years tS g H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky i j If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG CO i s tr The Chance Of Your Life Time Neverbefore in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at y such a large reduction as we are now offering in our Special of Fine Wall Papers t offering 40000 rolls of the best that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock We are 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 25 to SOc For our regular 25 andSOc 75c and up We are offering papers that 15 20 25c Papers that sold for lb 20 we are now asking the redlc10c sold from 75c and over for 15 to 25cand 25c cents We are sacrificing atulously low price of I I A E GXCNSI flAIN STREET Xasiville I 11 The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford al ttoonddatt matter- QBLraaIID TOESDAJHl AND THIDA1 AT if100 PBR YEAR CASH lwWhen not paid tOO will be charged L at N TIME TABLE No SI Houth 1111 P X No S south MiWrX No 21 North 33 A X No 21 North SIS P JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kinds of Rough Lumber for tale Bills filled on short e Grist mill In connec tion Mill on Green river Jumbo rondo 2X mile East of McKlnney Terry A Newell McRhode Island Reds I have 75 Single Comb Rhode Island Red pulletl and yearling hens for male at H ench 1lut be dupotqd of to make room for breeding pen MrnfiOo0KStanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Feed sad Solo StAble Lancaster Ky BD D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Represented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCoM Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY 1Omce Phone Home Phonr S3 I FARMERS DEPARTMENT John C Poppies taught of William Cordier a fouryearold mare mule for 185J W RiRgJns of Middleburg Ky has three tbree year od mules for sale R B Mahony bought of J K Baugl man a nice harness mare at a fancy priceFORSALE300 or 400vales of good timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Mt Salem Northern White recleaned Seed Oats GSc per bushel Jag D Shelby June tion City Lincoln Wells sold the tobacco that grew on five acres of land for 975 Liberty News Embry Bros have rented to John C Pepples 85 acres of land 45 to go in hemp and 40 for corn FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid reputation and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No1 Hustonville KySJoseph Monses the noted wester jack breeder held a big sale at Smith ton Missouri and immense prices were realized 30 jacks averaged 740 per head 10 averaged 1000 per head nd one brought 2050- Representatives of thegrain growing shipping and exporting interests from the principal cities of the country met in Washington and adopted resolution opposing the grain inspection measure pending in Congress Paris green placed in cattle pen owned by R M Squires a Chilesburi farmer destroyed three steeers and may kill six others Mr Squires Is known to be in sympathy with the in dependents in the tobacco war Mr Squires has offered 500 for the appre hension of the guilty persons and he has appealed to Gov WilUon to supplement the reward Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Snoops Cough Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tolls mothers to use nothing else oven for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No plum no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand 3r Shoops Take no other Pen lys Drugstore We are authorized to announce Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford as a candi date to succeed himself as Representa t1ve from the Eighth Congressional District Mr Helm is filling his first term in a very creditable and accept able manner and feels that he is enti tled to the usual Democratic custom of a second term As is frequently stated a Congressman requires a number of years of service before he is able to command the influence necessary to- be of the greatest benefit to his con tituency and there are very few morn bers who are not given at least the- four years lease on the seat Mr Helm relics on his straightforward Demo cratlc record and his right to the jcond nomination and his friends be Heve that these facts will be recognized by the party which will act according lyRlchmond Register Five men were drowned when tho towboat Boaz struck a pier of the Ashland and Iropton bridge The Boaz which is one of the most powerful tow Mats in the Pittsburg Cincinnati ser vice ran into a dense fog While ti e crew were trying to make fast to the river bank it is said the tow became unmanageable and ran into the bridge e Best Healer In the World Rev P Starblrd of East Raymond mine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salvo for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate ores and find it the best healer in the world I use It too with great success In my veterinary business Price25c at Pennys Drug Store Night riders paid two visits to the arm of John Coffman anallegedgrow er of nonassociation tobacco in Fulton ounty and riddled the houseof a Nero tenant with bullets The family es c aped twice by hiding in the woodsI CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shopk IN MEMORIAM- Mrs Martha Dodd Routt was born Jan 26 1831 She was united in marriage with Walker G Routt Jan 10I 1862 Five children born to them a tamed maturity Four of these together with her husband survive her- At fn early age she professed faith In Christ and united with the Presbyterian church at Stanford Throughout her long and consistent Christian life she bore eloquent testi mony to the faith she professed As the infirmities of years crept upon her she was denied contact with the world But when she was thus shut out from the activities of the world she was shut into a world of sweet communion with her Redeemer The last years were the best years of her noble Christian life years in which she came to know her Savior better to love him more profoundly Her matured faith her cheer ful resignation to His providence glo rifled Him whom she had so long and faithfully served On Monday afternoon March 9 1903 she passed to her glorious reward Her funeral was conducted from the Hustonville Presbyterian church Wednesday morning at 1030 by her pastor A large concourse of relatives and friends followed her to her last resting place thus honoring her memory in the hour of her supremest exaltation the moment when by the grace of God death was swallowed up in victory even as they had over delighted to hon or her during her long and useful life By her pastor S B Lander Remember that when the Stomach nerves fall or weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow But strengthen these same weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Heart and Kid noy nerves can also be strengthened with the Restorative where Heart pains palpitation or Kidney weak ness is found Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of these ailments Strengthen these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A ilmpje single test will surely tell Pennys Drug Store Hugh Hollis Jr hokilled his wife In his sleep in Washington has been cmovcdUo a hospital where he is under surveillance of a nurse Mr Hollis Is in a raving condition and will not be able to attend the funeral of his wife 10000 paid by r Shoop for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventics will tot break How Is this for an offer labletsIPreenticsIs ts a 81 against 25 centspretty big odds And Preventics remembcrI contain no quinine no ng harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were hvays broken Safe and sure for iverlsh children 48 Provcntlcs 23c ennys Drug Store The Superior Court of Venezuela has confirmed the judgement of the lower ourt which condemned the New York and Bermudez Asphalt Company to pay a fine of 5000000 to the Venezuelan Government The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box of- Dr Kings Now Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache lliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the prlco will be cheerfully refunded at Pennys Drug Store Ts60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DUIGNSI e Anyone lending a ketch and mar quickly aicerloln our opinion free whether ui Invention probkblr t mmunlca ecunnapateuuPatent on IateoU aotke wlthout ebrgo In Scientific American A ttandtomctf Illnttratod weekly meit ear relation of clontlBa Journal Tonne 13 a tour month 1 auld all newdeal- rUNijM O COteubINewYork Land Posted I tfatlcoli hereby given to the public tha our land U Tres manors Ubrnl to the full t1xtlltltnf the Inwi 1oalllvr ly no through the lowld IIH AND K J M l1dH Ulttlilnml KI POSTED whoss nnmct appear below itrlotl forbid bunting tithing or any kind of fret p iilns on our place and will prosecute v oUtort to the full extent of the law IVppleiMriHlmponllro Tlnilvy Hpoonaiuor lien Martin M K Lawrence Reuben OurtU JHHockor MletlusT A Klce Morgan Chapped Ainamlt Hcbaeffer CIrwn Kerrtll J L Holtielitw 0 W duty- MrsJ K Iulllam Jt L 1ulllani Peter Ilnlmer Mrs Kathrrlno Ado Metier A Iiixton Aihley Ollnuno James N Cub J Noln Carter O M Hack Joseph Hnllou Mm Jai llalnvt JIICntaenlsclo Dr JGCart enter Ira Rebecca IU Carpenter W I Martll I J 11 Thntlpeo- nThonlnPerrlll Jai U Hkldmoro David llurton J It Hunch MC KtchanUon Jose th Krn t Mitt Mattle Hewct Itolchenlmch lira Hml VnuOruonnnn It K lalnet Albert VonOruonKlln A T Traylor ItlburuGoocb N II riummer Fred llnumunn Klchardl Nester wle Dunn Henry fleeter Will Nester 1111 Xuimelley WO Floyd J W IVck J U JnrvU JW IlauRbman HpnltvMnMaryOOIwnJohnJohnUamenlJch WinOordler Dan Traylor 11 Ktmure Mrs ode 0EmteDavid Htoreni JobnJuferI- U O nurlifim w o Hoot lotllbUllck Jon Hrtndorf- AilellnoUrnlff Ctirlttlnn Jaroli J JTIioiiiptou ii Mwnderou HENR- YWATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FO- RONLY 150 Few people In Uo United state bare not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all a 111leclafer year and this paper for the price named bore Bend your subscription for the com ilnttlon to uknot tc till CourlrrJournat IContrallontucky ka1 EstateExtangeTITLE No IO acre on the Waynetbufit nlke tear lllKliliiiil6rooii hone hart niiilotli routlUllIliiK Ttiltiiropar t wit l1ellr cburell nml icuooIliuiKu U well rorth tlio tlJfV No i IWncret inllet South of Ornb Or liiinl on htl Htnte road Inn n twottory louse ROod Imrnorcliiirtlnnil It well water ed about bur acres of this land U foldout and and produces lino crops A bargain at 100 3 cash bulunco Iij ono nntl two year No 3JlS ncrut on Iluclc Greek near Way tdliurs 4room house hurt mid other out ulldlnim plenty of water Oath prlco rJ lqNotloaneree near Level Orcen Hock matte cOUllt Tlilt farm line u new atory friiinoliouto would cost to build now nearhurchcan Iw bought for rte per ecru r cash rg iiiliiclor la 12 month No 6 isa acres adjoining tho above form WacresinoultN of room ROod Ixirn nnd other outhulldlnlllj nice or cllnl 0110 of the lst be coun y lrlceFl uobulf cath balance anti 3 earsNo5ill acres adjoining fnrin Nos and 10 acres In cultivation balance In tlm ber Good white onk hickory and soma Una ediir Jllla Ysloryloghuaunutl good orch TcUwollAvatored 1100- 1No1t1o aero near JIaretsburg 1loon- crelill cultivation good dwelling house bnrn sold noce uny outbulldljigi line water nllel RCbool church and H U station Price iM V cash balance In one and two years NottCSncrts on Drakes Greek 8 mils rout Irish Urclnrrd This turns nil olns the pike and Is n part of the Oco Evans farm bin Is line land and In good condition nil ecc8 nry building This le n bargain at toper acre No lG11 nero near Stanford Ky In lice bIlJle wltb necessary bUlldlnglute cnn be bought worth tho money No8U acres nenr Conwny Ky nearly of this flirmllhotlomllllldlIl1o for corn tlld meadow ood dwelling houiejnew barn and other buildings on county rood 0 illes from heron College Cash price For full particulars in regard to all the bovo fnrma tee or li It Hughes or mutes I White Stanford Ky j7 Notice To Contractors t Letting Monday April 6 1908 Notice is hereby given thatIas Supervisor of roads lor Lincoln receieIin aid Lincoln county Ky All bids for furnishing nrulyig breaking and spreading stone nUll gravel must bo icaled nod filed with mo on or betoro 10 oclock A M Monday April G 1908 at Stanford Ky and no hide will bo received after that time Contracts will bo let to the lowest mud best bidders and contractor will required to give bond with surety to Ia approved byme for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to M perform their contracts within the timo nnd under the conditions hereinafter mentioned Stanford tL Danville section 2 10 rods tone Rush llranch section 1 35 rods stone 0 Danville it Lancaster whole road 20 role stone i Stanford tL Millcdgcvillo section 115 role stone Stanford f Dix Hivcr section 1 10 rata of gravel Stanford WayiKftburp section 116 robe stone Same section 22ft rods stone Same section 310rats stone Saner section 8 25 rods gravel Huitonvillo it Cofleyu Mill section 1 15 rods stone Danville it Jliutoiivillt section 1 50 rude stone Stanford it Ilustonvillc section 1 40 rods stone Turncrsvillo it McCormacks section 3 5 rods gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 226 feet Hand broken stone and gravel must ho on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1008 All gravel must spread before Oct 151008 All metal is to measured tho supervisor who may dc ignnto when and where it is to bo spread till crushed static must be spread not later than Jan 1 1909All crushed stone to loft at crusher or on margin of pike in shape to bo measured by supervisor nnd afterwards to Iw spread by contractor when and where directed by supervisor All stone furnished must be good round hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces mail screened not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must bo clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney and Collcyn Mill pike and Turncnvillo nod McKinney pike must be from Green River The court or its representative thirty reject any material not ol proper sire or quality Bidders mutt say whether stone will bo broken by hand or crushed The supervisor recrves the right to reject any and all bids Blank forms on wlllch bills may be nllulo cnn obtained from the County Clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks Office Lincoln County willown n rockcrusleraud contractors will be permitte1 L to use it at 81 per rod S K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County Just received a big line of these Call and see tho merits in them ovo any thing else on tho market GEO II FARRIS If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUGUSx STANFORD