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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- il THE INTERIOP JOURNALt VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 24 1908 NO 8 r More About Prof Irelands Visit to Washington On Tuesday night it was our pleasure In company with several Congress men and Supt Tlgho of Ashovllle N C to see at tho New National Ethel Barrymoro In the slender play Her andItuno teller with much gusto though weak was full of lifo and brim ming over with Irrepressible Rood spir its On Wednesday morning we at tended a session of the N E A and f heard such distinguished educators as Davidson of Omaha Neb and Moore of Los Angeles Cal who discussed tho problem of Medical Inspection In schools and Mission of Play Grounds At 230 Wednesday afternoon President Roosevelt Rave a reception to members of tho department of N E A t t made a very Impressive speech a fa epitome of which are given hero Of all the bodies of citizens that I have received hero at the White House there is none which occupies a more important relation than yoursI am tempted to say none has come that has occupied as important a relation to the nationbecause you men and Women who deal with education who repre sent the great American policy of edu cation for all children provided by the public as the prime duty of the public l bear a relation to the family relationn to the future of our whole people such as no other like number of Individuals- can bear I own six of the children you educate I am prepared to extend cor dial sympathy to some of you More than anything else I want to see the public school turn out tho boy and the girl who when man and woman will add to the sum of good citizenship of the nation One thing that I would like to have you teach your pupils is that money gained salary or wages does not snake any real difference and that if by working hard with your hands you get moro than If you work with the head only it does not atone for it to call tho smaller amount salaryThe term dig nlty of labor implies that manual la bor la as dignified as mental labor as of course it Is Indeed the highest kind of labor is that which makes de mands upon tho qualities of both head and hand of heart brain and body Sometimes the kindest and most well meaning mother sometimes a kind and well moaning father alto do as much damage to the children as tho mos thoughtless and selfish parent could by bringing them up to feel that the goal of their attainment should bo the ab aonco of effort instead of effort well directed Wo have all of us often heard- some good but unwise woman say have worked hard my daughter shan t work tho poor woman not realizing w that great though tho curso of mere drudgery of overwork is that it is not so great as tho curso of vapid Idle ness and It dues not make nny differ once whether the idleness is that of tho hobo nt one end of tho scale or the gild s 5 w ed youth at the other Teach the lay and girl that their bus Incas is to earn their own livelihood teach the boy that he is to be tho homo maker tho girl that she must ultimately be the homekcepcrjHhat the work of tho father is to bo the breadwinner and that of the mother the housekeep er that their work is the most impor tant work by tar in all the land that the work of tho statesman the writer tho captain of industry and nil tho rest is conditioned first upon tho work that finds its expression In tho family that supports the family So teach the boy that ho is to be expected to earn his own livelihood that it is a shamo and a scandal for him not to bo self depeddent not to be able to hold his own in the rough work of act ual life Teach the girl that so far 1 from its being her duty to try to avoid nil labor all effort that it should be n marter of pride to her to bo as good n housewife as her mother was before her Homely duties as a foundation for the supcrstructive of higher life i J and tho training of youth to this view was advanced as a proper theory of ed ucation Thus you see our president has a gen eral knowledge of what ia expedient in the pedagogical world as well as in the chief executives chair After the re ception wo visited Washingtons post office and tho U S Postofflo Depart ment and inspected tho manner In which Uncle Sam handles the mall and it is nothing short of wonderful to note the dexterity with which each employe performs that particular duty Incum bent upon him utterly oblivious to sur roundings After a trip through this building we visited that department which more vitally concerns every den izen of this nation than any other par ticular branch I refer to the U S treasury It is located at Pennsylvania Ave and IGth street and is obtruded upon the best known thoroughfare in the city with no ground around to en hance Its beauty This was the result most likely of President Jacksons pet ulcnco and impatience When there was a tiresome delay in choosing a siteI Jackson impatiently stuck his cane into tho ground and said Build it here and It was done Ono may see in this building the process of exchanging new money for old the destruction of old money and the system of making new The most interesting process that 1 wit nessed was the identification of burnt currency by an expert She was a lady past tho meridian of lifo I decline to give facts and figures when mentioning age of ladies and had under Inspection two charred bills which seemed to a novice to bo burned to a crisp and past all identification for the particles seem ed to bo Incinerated Tho letter which accompanied them to the department claimed that the package contained two g5 bills but the lady found that there were only 0 for one proved to be a b5 bustand more Another attractive thing is to watch tho expert counting done mostly by ladles showing nimble fingers and quick wits A striking fea ture to me was the Maccratcr a huge spherical receptacle ofsteel with close ly set knives through which the can celed notes pass in tho final process of destruction It is supplied with three locks the keys of which are held by the treasurer secretary and comptroller of the currency At 1 oclock each day these three officials with a fourth ono appointed by the secretary to repre sent tho banks and people gather around to feed this veritable insatiate monster with a million dollar tribute Tho material Is ground finely and this same committee unlocks a valve and the llqnld pulp flows out and is sold to various corporations to be fashioned in to various forms of souvenirs as paper weights etc Wo fear to go further lest we become too tiresome so we will hasten to tho last day and the visit to Mt Vernon or the Nations Sacred Shrine JW IRELAND Bobbins Tribute to the Late Harve Watts Poor Harvo Watts is no more I What a sad what n melancholy fate for him hb wife and little children and tho young man whom ho slew What strange and stressing things the passing of a few months will bear upon its fleeting wings A lovely wife a widow and orphan children a little bud of woo know in after sweetesttbud of womanhood ever wrapped in swaddling clothes The most angelic and confiding gem I over saw reached her tiny arms to go to a stranger siIover your suffering in prison While also in dur ahno vile I studied your case I have listened to your ceaseless groans and have seen you climbing as high as you could climb up the bars of your cage You were not posing because you did not know I saw you Poor fellow The cord of sympathy that reaches back like a demurrer even to tho young man whom you slow Slow whllo the lamp of reason was extinguished and while groping without ono dim ray of light to guide or restrain your acts I have watched and studied your case and with eight others Including two learned doe tors I want to proclaim to the world that you are no murderer What you did was without provocation without motive and tho act of one who for months has been bereft of reason and continued bereft of reason till his eye was taken out and then ho appeared to obtain some relief and I heard him say I want to go home as though his eye was all that had kepthim in prison It is to be hoped that tho poor man with senses restored and eyesight un dimmed by disease is now walking in a heavenly light whoso glorious beauties never fade FONTAINE F Bounirr Best Healer In the World Rev P Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salvo for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I uso It too with great success In my veterinary business Price 25o at Pennys Drug Store The Postmaster General has barred from the malls La Question Socials a weekly Italian paper published at Paterson N J The paper Is charged with advocating the murder by dyna mite of American soldiers and police men and the burning of houses Both Houses of tho Maryland Legis lature have passed a bill fixing saloon licenses for Batimoro Saloons and clubs now paying 250 annually will pay 500 next year 750 the year following and 1000 the third year Tho license will then remain at 1000 Gov Willson has announced that he will veto the tuberculosis bill providing 75000 for a sanitarium and its mainte nance Ho says there is not enough money just now to run such institutions NEWS NOTES Two robbers held up tho officials In the Davis Bank Hoffman Okla and got away with 900 It will cost the United States 750000 a year for the supervision of railroad accounts under the present interstate commerce act Rifles from tho State arsenal at Frankfort have been sent to Paducah to arm volunters who are preparing to resist an attack by raiders The three men charged with robbing the Great Northern Oriental Limited last September broke jailat Helena Mont and mado their escape President Roosevelt has accepted an invitation from the Emperor of Japan that the American battleship fleet visit Japan on its around the world cruise Night riders have begun operation in Virginia four farmers near Chatham having received notices giving them di rections as to the disposal of their to baccoSenator B R Tillman of South Car olina is seriously ill at his home at Trenton suffering with the return of the disease which affected his health three years ago The motion for a new trial for Giu seppe Alia was denied at Denver by Judge Whitney who sentenced the pris oner to be hanged during the week beginning July 12 Seven Negroes confessed at Dixon that they were implicated in the killing of Jack Barry and were held to tho grand jury without bail The excitement is Intense and mob violence is feared The Montgomery county Tenn grand jury is in session at Clarksvillc investigating the killing of Vaughn Bennett and tho serious wounding of his brother Earl alleged night riders some ten days ago D D Edward j who claims to be a Kentuckian and who recently as a wit ness at Chattanooga swore he had kill ed 14 men shot and Instantly killed W B Davis near that city Davis who was superintendent of a railroad camp had discharged Edwards Dispatches to the mercantile agen des indicate a gradual Improvement in the volume of business but progress is still slow and collections somewhat Irregular Curtailment continues at cotton mills and wages will bo reduced next month at many New England cities Mrs EtS Montgomery of Robert son county met a body of night riders at her door armed with a rifle and warned the men that the first to cross the threshold would be shot The raid ers shot all of the windows out of her home narrowly missing several of her childrenJ Cantrlll president of the Kentucky branch of tho American So ciety of Equity has issued an address to the members of the organization falling their attention to the recent and asking them to do al in their power to put down night riding Ho calls nttcnion to the fact that whether justly or unjustly the lawless ness is by many persons charged to tho Society of Equity and that it greatly injures the farmers cause No Use To Die havo found out that there Is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you run net Dr Kings Now Discov ery says Mrs J P White of Rush born Pa I would not bo alive today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease oven after the easels pronounced hope less This most reliable remedy for coughs und colds lagrlppo asthma bronchitis and hoarseness Is sold un der guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and Sl Trial bottle free Let a young man at 20 years of ageI put 20 at interest instead of spending- it for tobacco Then at the beginning of the next year repeat it and include also the principal and interest of the pre ceding year and thus continue to do from year to year until ho shall have reached the ego of 70 the amount hfI would realize would exceed 30000 How many of our young men will try t Harrodsburg Herald This is Worth Remembering Whenever you have a qpugh or cold just remember that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure it Do not risk your health by taking any but tho genuine It Is in u yellow package Pennys Drug Store The seven Negroes accused of com ilicty in tho Webster county race riots which resulted in the death of J B Barry were taken to Henderson for safety Thoy havo been In tho Webster county jail at Dixon Croup positively chocked in 20 minutes Dr Shoops 20 minute Croup Remedy acts like Magic No vomit njr nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dopendablocroup syrup 50o Pennys Drug Store 0 LANCASTER A Madison trader has been buying hos in this county at 31c The streets of this city are undergo ing some muchneeded repairs by Fore man Vandivcr and crew of Boyle Mesdames W A and Ed Price visit ed Stanford friends Wm Collier and family have moved to Owensboro The farmers are quite backward with their work and gardeners wear deject ed faces because of unavoidable delay Tobacco growers of Garrard will cultivate very little of the weed this year The acreage usually devoted to tobacco will be put in hemp The graded school pupils have just passed the ordeal of another examina tion Many of them did credit both to themselves and teachers Mrs J J Walker has been quite ill for a week A little son of Eld K M Tinder is improving after a severe sick ness Steve Walker is convalescing af ter four weeks of pneumonia Mrs Rebecca West and daughter Miss Bettie have been sick Mrs j A Royston will preside at the next meeting of The Gleaners and the subject to be discussed is Child Labor Miss Sallie Elkin is the successful in structor of a large class in china paint ing at Somerset Mrs F M Tinder was called to the bedside of her agedI father Mr Crenshaw of Bourbon countyThe District Missionary Convention of the Christian church will meet in this city on April 21 and 22 and a large attendance is expected Preparations are being made to entertain or CO delegates and an interesting program willi be rendered at the twodays sessionc Miss Sallie Elkin who is district pres dent will return home from Somerset- In order to officiate at the convention Mrs E L Poor has again gone to Martinsvillo Ind for her tenacious ailment of rheumatism Mr Thomas Hampton of Winchester who was a recent guest of his cousin Dr T L Hood was entertained at Hotel Kenj garlan by Mr A R Denny and ter and was also given a oclock dinner by Dr and Mrs J B Kinnaird Miss Altie Mnrksbury is visiting inj Lou isville Mrs W R Burnside of Bar bourvllle is visiting her mother Mrs Patsy Kinnaird The Gillespie will case is set for this week in the circuit court The attor neys for the heirs are J E Robinson and W I Williams of this place Tev is Cobb of Richmond and Judge M C Sauilcy of Stanford The counsel for sustaining tho will are Attorneys Jerry Sullivan of Richmond P M McRob ctts Stanford R H Tomlinson and L L Walker of this place The amount of property involved is 50000 or more which was left entirely to the St Jo seph Infirmary Louisville a Catholic institution while the testator was a Presbyterian The grounds for break ing tho will are undue influence on the part of the draftsman and extremeage of Mr Gillespie Some of the heirs are Mrs Deatheridge of Richmond Judge Wm Read and Mrs Bottle Rob erts of Missouri and Anderson Campbell of Louisville OTTENHEIM i W T Tucker has several cases tf measles at his home A B Bollard who has been staying in Pulaskiifor some time has returned to this section- to reside Mr Peter Carter visltedjthe Sunday school at Pine Grove and gave the school an enthusiastic soulstirring talk He mado all feel that it was good to be there Mr W T B White and family father of W T White Jr have gone to Harrodsburg to make their future home and it is with much regret that the good citizens of this section give them up as they are citizens of the model type S J Pollard and family have been in bed with grip Mrs Julia Pence and family and Cyrus James have been victims of the same disease Jesse Kidd is rejoicing over the arrival of a boy at his home J S Skidmore of Highland who waslwork dog for T N Butt was called home on account of tho illness of his wife M Chandlers family has been going through a bad seige of grip 810000 paid by Dr Shoop for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Proventlcs will not break How Is this for an offer The Doctors supremo confidence in these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Prevontlcs Is certainly complete Its a 81 against 25 cents pretty big odds And Proventlcs remember contain no quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear If oarlyeolds were always broken Safe and sure for feverish children 48 Proventlcs 23o Pennys Drugstore When Mrs S O Burdette of Kenton 0 went to gather eggs in the hen- coop she was killed by thodischarge of a gun which her husband had set tol kill thieveS who had been bothering the chickens Notice To ContractorsL- etting Monday April 6 1908 Notice is hereby given that Ias Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday April Oth 1908 receive turnpikesinAll bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone and gravel MondayAprilContracts will bo let to the lowest and best bidders and contractors will bo required to give bond with surety to bo approved by mo fop the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within the time and under the conditions here inafter mentioned Stanford Danville section 2 40 roils stone Rush Branch section 1 35 rods stone Danville Lancaster whole road 20 rods stone Stanford Milledgeville section 115 rod stone Stanford it Dix River section 1 10 rods of gravel Stanford Waynesburg section 1 15 rods stone Same section 2 25 gravelIlustouvilleDanville Huston villc section 1 50 rods stone Stanford Huston villo section 1 40 rods stone Turnersville McCormacks section 3 5 rods gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet bySeptal is to 10 measured by the supervisor who nay designate when and where- it is to be spread All crushed stone must be spread not later thau Jan 1 1909 All crushed stone to ho left at crusher or on margin of pike in shape to be measured by supervisor and afterwards to he spread by contractor w lell 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 be clean and flinty and that furnished McKinney and CofFoys Mill pike and Turuersville and McKinney pike must be from Green RierIThe court or its representative may reject nny material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by handor crushed The supervisor reserves tho right to reject anyand all bids Blank forms on which bids may bo made can be obtained from the County Clerk Copies- of bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks Office Liucoln Countywill own a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted use it at 81 per rod S K DUDDERAR I Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonv lie Kv prst Tcttioncil tank Stanforcll Jeff Organized SS2 Capita Stock SSO 000 Surplus and Wririfufded Profs Sff OO- Ojffas paidn ftiuidands since Organization 211 500 Snvita Wow jfccounis on Our f arils OFFICERS DIRECTORS PresidentF Reid J H Baughman S Hocker D Elmore J M Pettus- S T Harrir Vic Presltlent S H Baughman J F Cummins John J McRoberts Cashier S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker J II C Baughman Asst CashrC E Tate WIy Plaijt Weeds 1 You Have Enough As It Is Buy the Best Export Fiald Seeds and Raise Good Crops Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky a t The Interior Journal rwc WALTON JOHN J MOSER Democratparty I t BRUCE L e candidate for Jailer of Democratsubject to the action of the party JAMES c HAYS Is a candidate for Jnller of Democraticsubject to the action of the party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Anterior of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic part DINK FARMER thou forjailer of for Lincoln the tcountjsubject the ncllon of the democratic party J W FOLEY It a candidate for Ats is or of Lincoln coun tysubjecttotbelnctlon of the democratic party HARVEY HELM If a candidate for the democratic nomina Lion for Congress In this the Klghth dill trtct subject to the action of the democrat ic party ALTHOUGH he agreed to forego his right to raise a crop of tobacco and promised to dig up his plant bed Hiram Hedges a Nicholas county farmer was brutally murdered on tho porch of his residence by a body of night rid ers about 1 oclock Saturday morning The murder is the first that has been committed by the lawless bands that for months have lbeen terrorizing the farming districts of the State and marks thefirst outbreak in that county But one shot waslfired a member of the band pulling the trigger of his shotgunfas Mr Hedges turned to reenter his house after giving his word ti abandon his intention offplahting tobacco Thus it will be seen that matters are growing from bad to worse First destruction then arson and third ly murderQTo hades with the coward ly gang of skunks who under the cover of night and behind masks are rapidly destroying the peace and prosperity of this great State As a result of the great strain un der which he has been laboring for sev eral months Gov Willsgn is said to be close toa serious spell of illness and it Is believed that he will have to take a rest of several weeks before he will b3 in condition again This night rid in business which ho was going to stjp as soon as he got into office is responsible to no little extent for Gov Willsons physical condition TilE democratic executive committee of this district met at Kicholasvillo Saturday and decided on a primary for May 9 as the manner and time for naming a democratic candidate for Congress to succeed Hon Harvey Helm of this place The entrance fee is 1000 and must be put up 15 days before the date of the primary It is certain that Mr Helm will have no opposition and he should have none As the result of a warning J H Nichols a prominent farmer of Bour bon plowed up his tobacco bed and de clared he would raise no tobacco The warnngwhich was tacked on his barn was burned around the edges and spot- S ed with redlink indicating fire and blood and read as follows Unless yon destroy your tobacco bed hell will be to play TilE newspaper correspondents were given 175 each by the Legislature for their painstaking work in reporting the happenings of the General Assem bly As these clever gentlemen are wall paid by their employers we see no good reason why the colons should have been so generous with the taxpayers money TimE paesage of the tuberculosis bill appropriating 75000 for the purchase of a site and buildings and 30000 aJ year for its maintenance is to the eteroI nal credit of the General Assembly A war on the white plague systematically and scientifically conductedwill save many valuable lives for further usefulness Gov JOHNSON of Minnesota is to be the chief speaker at the Jefferson dinner of the National Democratic Club to be held on April 13 It said that William Jennings Bryan has not even been invited to attend although he will ba in New York at the time This is the unkindest cut of all As the Somerset Times manJs devot ing his spare moments to Editor Al- bright of the roU Vernon Signal we will step aside for awhile and watch the fur fly However we claim Mr Al bright as ourmeat and dont know by what authority Editor Cecil Williams swipes our morsel BECAUSE of lack of support the Y M CA at Frankfort will likely bo forced to close its doors Shame on the citizens of the enterprising little city under the cliffs of placid Kentucky river New Mexico Republicans Instructed their delegates for Taft first last and all the tine u REALIZING that he is a dead cock InI the pit at Paducah his home Bolter Wheeler Campbell it is stated will move to Louisville and play politics and practice law Wheelers stripe of poli tics just about suits the rotten democ racy of the Falls City POLITICAL Rhode IslandfDcmocrats in conven tion at Providence decided to send an uninstructed delegation to the Denver ConventionGov discovered that the Combs bill regulating the conduct of burial associations was invalid the Senate having failed to concur in the House amendment Caleb Powers has writtcn a card do nying that he is a candidate for Con gress or that ho intends to be lie says that ifhe recovers his freedom his first thought will be for his health A tax of 2 ajbarrel on beer 150 on whisky and 25 cents on each pack of cards will be levied by the Government if a bill introducedftby Representative Humphreys of Mississippi becomes a lawThe Eighth Congressional District RepublicanJICommittcc met at Last renceburgland called a convention for May 5 atJShclbyvillc All the commit teemen presentfdeclared themselves for Taft Senatorelect Bradley was present and made a speech in favor of Fair bankscandidacyThe Democratic State Committee voted almost solidly in favor of an uninstructed delegation to the Denver convention After the commit tee meeting Harry W Walker announc ed that W J Bryan would begin a speaking tour in New York State on April 101 Chairman Connors in an interview declared himself for Gov John A Johnston for the presidential nom i several hours of discussion over the proposition to abolish 17 of the 18 United States pension agencies and eon solidato pensionidisbursements Wash ington the House passed the pension appropriation bill carrying 175869000 the largest sum ever authorized by that measure The House by a vote of SC to 139 stood by the Commiteee on Appropriations and left unchanged its recommendation for one general agency In the course of the debate Mr Fitz gerald of New York accused the Pres ident of using Federal patronage to further tho interests of Secretary Taft IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Joseph Alexander and Mrs Mary Kay are dead at Monticello John F Reid aged 64 is dead of pa ralysis in the Poplar Hill section of Ca seyR D Thornbury has sold the Marion Falcon to Charles L Hunter and John R ThomasAlex aged 25 son of Abel Pennington a Livingston hotel man is dead John Watson charged with killing his uncle Lee Watson was acquitted at Williamsburg Misses Lula and Mary Moore sisters 65 and TO years of age respectively were adjudged insane in the Madison County Court Charles Nield Jr the only son of Mr andJMre C S Nield of Wilton Whitley county is dead after a long illness His mother is the famous tem perance advocate Mrs Lula Adams NieldGeorge Adams one of the men under indictment for shooting S D Rothwell at Dripping Springs last year was given three years in the penitentiary by the Garrard circuit court Two others said to be implicated have not been triedThe Rhodes scholarship committee for Kentucky has selected Winchester Stuart of Owenaboro as the Kentucky representative at Oxford University England this year Stuart was one of four candidates for the honor and represented Central University Night riders in Mercer visited the farm of Judge B F Roach near Har rodsburg and tore the canvas front two tobacco beds The beds were torn up so that it will be impossible to get plants from them without resowing and this Judge Roach declares will not be done The beds had been sown by a tenant on the farm The riders were not discovered so quietly had they done their work No other damage was done Given Up To Die- D Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which oaused 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 giv en up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave mq grfat relief and after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured Why not let it help you Pennys Drug Store All other efforts dimmed Wide as a tub Her Easter hat is trimmed So is her hub Ed Walker a wellknown citizen of the Tyrone section of Anderson county- is dead Senator McCreary has been appealed- to byC E Woods Mayor of Rich mond vice president of the Madison County Temperance League and the vice president of the Law and Order League of Kentucky in an open letter to use his power nnd influence when antiliquor bills come up before the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate eIther in seeing that they were reported favorably and the action of the subcommittee on these measures is reversed or in working to have the measures sent to the Senate for independent action OFlannagan came homo one night with a deep band of black crepe around his Mike jot exclaimed his wife what are ye wcarin thot mournful thing orT Im wearin it fer ye first husband to replied Mike firmly Im borry hes dead Everybodys Magazine Republican leaders of Rhode Island have about determind not to instruct the delegates to tho Chicago convention tion for any candidate but to leave the delegates free to do as the members think best on their arrival at the convention Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is a new remedy an Improvement on the lax atives of loaner years as It docs not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take It is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store It is reported at Lexington that resi dents of that city who own farms near there are burning tocacco plant beds in their back yards hoping to be able to set out the plants on their farms later GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no one word for It but come and see All goods told at reduced price I fenl niul ladles Underwear end Rubbers Mens and lIOIHUUI at Cost 1 will be very grate ful for your patronage D JHM1TH 10 REWARD I Por the arrest and conviction of nny person trespassing upon my farm day or night or to stock In traveling tho pUb Ho highways or Injury to stock from the lands of other people This reward refers to present und future also oiler a spec ial reward of pu for particulars J ft liarpentea McKINNEY MARBLE Z GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and Manufacturers of Granite mid Marble Monuments FirstClass Work at Reasonable Price Olllce and Work McKlnney Ky Hhop doted on Knturday Wanted To luy Oak and Beach 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 arge for examination or IClen111rRI- ng eyes by uptodate methods Pro crtption glasses ground to order set In any style frame or skeleton mountings work satisfactorychargesi Central Telephone Building II Ky L C PUWKLU Graduated Optometryit THE WARFIELD Trial 111 Trotting Dark Kay Htnlllon hands foaled August loin bred at Vintage farm East Aurora N Y First don Naugh ty Girl by flex AmerlclIl 53W1 year old ru cord rllllj sire of Ratifeton 11 record 2t0 AmerICAn nelleSyr record and ISothen In 2J list ft son of Onward Uure cord 22iKslro of Onward Hlher 5tt3j and others the 1111115 Onward was sired by George Wilkes Old rind dam Duenna sired by Mnmbrlno King Ir75 sire of 15 Including ln of the Monor 101 Lord Derby 20 t Heir ut taw tMia others In 210 ilrd dam Dotlet by Nutwood tho sire of 174 In the list- UhdnmTopaxbyHtrathmore4GS sire In the list 6th dam Mlllard by Albion IItb dam Ned by Edwin Forest dam Lady Turner by Miimbrlno Oilier Thu Warlleld Will bred to only IS mares lie has fouls nil upheaded plenty of style size and substance und plenty ofspeed The wartlleld Is u representative stallion In nil the tern Implies To say that he has size substance and speed only Jn part emphnslzu the qualities combined In son of Dare Devil He has them and they are of such symmetrical character as to tuakq him u stallion among many Ills head and neck boby feet and leg are perfect and when seen connection with gait and great beauty are especially Impressive You see hone before breeding You will say you never looked nt a bettor one The Wnrrleld Is the only stallion that has 7 dams In the great brood more list He has two Mnmbrlno King crosses two Mnmbrlno Patcben two Mambrlno Chief one Chimes one Onward George Wilkes Electioneer Nutwood Btrnthmore more trotting crosses than any stallion III vo The Warlleld Is by Dare Devil 2VC record 2tw He by Mambrlno King mn he by Mambrlno Patchen 58 be by Mambrlno Chief Vain Mercedes by Chimes KHS by Electioneer 125 Dare Devil Is a great winner Ite won the championship nt the National Horse Show In Marl class first National Horse Hhow In 1890 class championship National Horse Hhow IKM cmI first National horse Nhow class championship National Horso 8 llrst National llorseHhow- 1P1elassiilfirst JIlItloolll Horse HhoW ltsq onus 10 lint Boston Horse Hhow reserve Boston Horse Hhow class Ij second Iloston HorsuHhow clnssa see ond Boston horse Hhow Boston horse Hhow lOW class third floe ton Home Hhow 1KB class 7 He sired The Beau Ideal 2153 Islro of Princess Helen 2Wi Devils Daughter 2111 Harsh Ham t2jWillmile from McKinney Ky at to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the good BLACK JAOK OONQUKKOU a Living Oolt He Is a good individual hands white points good length fine bone and feet SMOWENHSONMoKlnneyKyy I Y DUNG MENS i These what those young men wear who are particular know the correct things and who them They can only be gotten here from us range from 15 to 25IH J Stanford Ky + n TreesFruit and Orna mental Everything for Orchard Lnwii ant Garden Our plants are money maker Try them Vrito fur free catalogues We have 110 agents H F IIILL1INMFYIUI at SoSs- Lexiugtuu Ky Stop That Cold To theclt O OrfpPfl with Prevennrs means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with PrsTentlc Is safer than to let II run and be obliged to cure It afterward To be Pre venua will turn enn a deeply seated cold but taken Mrlt the sneeze susethey urwrlI or head off these early colds That better That why their are called Preventlcs QuinInectJlldre and thoroughly sate too If you feel chlllrlf you sneezeIf you ache all over think of IToTMitlci Promptness mar alto save half your usual slckness And don I fOfft your chUd U there Is feverllhness night or day Herein prob ably lies Prerentlcs greatest efficiency Bold In boxes for the pocket also to 2So bores of 4- SVmentlcj insist en joar druszUts riving you PrcvcnticsPENNYS lop Your Bowels Open It Is a noticeable fact and one Which any doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the ones who have the most difficulty in keeping their bowels open Regular bowel action is half the battle of health People who havo a tendency to con stlpatioa must of necessity use something to nature along should not be a violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a syrup liquid that will Oil the intestines and membranes that It comes in contact with Children women and weak people generally should never be given a u It weakens the system And II telhtilefor the strongest person because the relief ls simply for that day and then the reaction sea In and you are worse off than before What Is needed lea prompt but genus laxa tive tonlo like Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin People have been taking It for sixteen years and U Is being better liked by more people every year The reason Is that It tills a want It Is unlike anything else Jesuits are so sure In constipation dyspepsia Indigestion liver trouble biliousness flatulency sour stomach weak stomach bloated stomach and such Ills that a cure of any of these ailment Is absolutely guaranteed A bottle costs but 60 cents or and s worth a hundred times that to any sufferer Wise mothers keep It constantly In the house for emergencies because It needed at some time or other by every member of the family Dr Luella Underbill the medical erinten dent of the Working Womans Home ofChicago has kept her charge In perfect health by the use of Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin whenever a stom ach complaint was brought to her attention No other laxative Is used In the Home Buy abottle yourself today nod watch the prompt and permanent results FREE TEST wells SyrupPecsI try i before DrCiId bur- In can hive tree ample bottle sent to ttidr home by atidmilng tile company This offer to prove tII2t tile M we claim and only open to wwhoslaysmeter taken It Send f you have any symptoms of stomach liver or bowl dims Genital yet most tffectiv laxatlvt for children women and old folks fiaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBUO VERDICT Luatlv So Good and Sun U DR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TMl proouel Mart purity muraiM 17 Wwhusaton 0 fEPSIM YRVP M u Sdwati NId MoaNuN s k fto i s tJ j i 4- Jt re l Ji mktm t 1 t ti t IIlt f it t ml PAN DYKE IIAICIIlIt SUITSiare whoedemand Prices McROBERTS strawberry a nol Wider Bottle 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 175 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE I No 310 An uptodntc holler Flouring Mill of GO barrel capacity located in tbo heart of one of tho best wheat belts in tho State aud within 4 0 feet of Trunk Line Railroad This ion old established plabt with fine cuss turn trade Warehouse barn etc Can bo bought for 85GOO Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry house and full equipments together with several acres of ground on which plant is op crating nice suburban home of 12 acres with Raw rC outbuild inga and one or two Rico resident properties in very best resident part of town which we will exchange as a whole fort luo grass farm with good 5m At provements suit well located f SoutheastNo 171 240 acres six Waynesburg on Duck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom laud Two dwellings on farm one of six and tho other of four rooms two good orchards fine water Laud isfI t adapted to corn wheat ones and hay 500 worth of hay grown on place last year Reason for selling owner is in other business Price only 83000 All kinds of properties sold and exchanged Write us your wants Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky If You Want the Purest and Besta Drugs get Them from rNvN 4y STANFORD DRUG CO I t e i p Silk Glovestit Wo have searched the market for the very best values and our stock is complete Two Cln p Black Silk Double Tip Gloves 60 cents Two Clasp Black Silk Elamcro Doublo Tip Gloves 75 cents j 12 Button Black Double Tip Silk 8ic 81 value i 12 Button twcclaep flack and White Double 1 Extra heavy 12 Button Black Navy Tan Brown Piukfind Hello Twoclasp Double Tip High Grade 81CO 12 Button Black twoclasp Doublo Tip extra heavy 82 I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY MAncu24 1908 ve WE aro ready to flguro with you on i Spring We recommend SherwinWilliams as tho best am cheapest Pennys Drug Stor- ePIsRr SAM LEVITAN was in Lexington Sun day I MRS B D CARTER visited tho homo folks In Doyle last week Miss ANNIE LEWIS GENTRY has had tho grip for several days MRS WAVERLY HAMILTON is back from a visit to Loulsvillo friends Miss SALUE DUDDERAR has returned from a visit to her brother in firming hamJUDGE P D MUIR of Louisville wai the guest of his relative lion P M McRobcrts MRS a P STUCKY of Louisville Is i with her mother Mrs William Murphy t RowlandMR McKENziE of lit Ver- nonJ was hero to seo Congressman liar f vey Helm Friday Ma A A WARREN of Mlddlcsboro t jwas here last week to see his sisters and his many friends w MRS F K TRUJDLE who has been ill for the past three weeks is ablo to + bs out againi Advocate MRS LESLIE CARTER of Lexington spent several days with her parents t Mr and Mrs A D Root MRS JOHN 11 WATTS of Harriman l Tenn was hero for several days with tho family of Mrs larva Watts Miss EMMA WARREN has had to remain from Severance Sons store for a week or so on account of illness CASHIER J W HOSKINS of the Peo pies Bank of Hustonville called Friday and loft us a nice order for job work ANOTHER little daughter arrived at tho homo of Rev and Mrs S M Logan of Wllmoro She has been christened Jane MR C B ATKINS who sold his farm near Highland a few days ago will move his family to Hominy Oklahoma to reside REPRESENTATIVE HELM of tho Eighth district after two weeks spent In his district returned to Washington Washington dispatch to C i J M SAUFLEY and brldo spent Tues t d day and Wednesday in this city cnroutc to Tennessee where Mr Saufloy holds a position with tho railroad company Somerset Times DaRN to tho wife of Henry Ander children for tnatson a son making 10 I 1L family The little fellow was named Elijah Walker tho latter namo being for tho Christian preacher Rev D M WalkerMR M ANDERSON and his six children are recovering from measles Fortunately for Mrs Anderson she went through the ordeal when a child or tho whole family might have been down at once liON WILLIAM II SHANKS returned from Frankfort Friday where ho serv ed his constituency faithfully and well In the Legislature Mrs Shanks return ed ori tho same train from Annapolis where she has been visiting her sister tho wlfo of Licut Commander Carlo Brittain LOCALS W H MUELLER jeweler A 1 qual rsity of jewelry etc NEW shipment of buggies just in Seo them E T Pence JUST received something new in fold JIng beds TribblePei FIRSTCLAS8 work done in repairing W H Mueller watchmaker and jeweler NicE lot of locust posts for salo at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No 3 PURE S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky PATTERN hats latestlcrcations In mil finery See our opening display Thurl day March 26 Misses Straub i I HAVE opened a dressmaking estab lishment over E L Remharts store and ask a share of tho patronage of the ladies Miss Susie Cooloy PRICE HAYS son of MrsPattio Hays formerly of this place but now living in Kansas City died there a few days ago Deceased was a nephew of Mrs W W Hays and Mr J L Bearloy of this place and was a good boy EGOS White plymouth rock 50c tor 15 W U McKinney CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop early inspection of our Springy IAN is requested Misses Straub I FIVE TIIOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence in stock W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky SILVERLACE Wyandotto eggs pur strain for sale Mrs J A Rice Stan ford Phono 09 ring JOHN WENTZEL the Ottenhcim mer chant bought tho telephone franchlsi sold hero Saturday for 25 FOR SALE Eggs from Barred Ply moth Rocks single comb Leghorns and al1llkindsFROM this on my laundry will be cast on delivery Cash must bo paid or the laundry will be brought back to m office Ed Wilkinson agent THE prospects for great sale at Hustonville Wednesday and Thurs day next are most flattering A splendid lot of horses will be offered and buyers will be present from many States If you need a good saddle or harness horse this will bo your chanco to get onoTIIE I ladles of Stanford and Lincoln county ore invited to attend the millin ery opening of tho Misses VanDovccr on next Thursday March 26 Tho styles this season are unusually pretty and tho Misses VanDevecr have taken much pains in tho selection of their stock and you should see Il TUG Boyle County Development Society appointedjG W Welch C C Fox and W Vernon Richardson a committee to go to Washington and try to have an additional allow ance for the public building to be erected at Danville They want about 40000 more or 90000 in all rite court of appealsnfnrmcd the decision of the lower court hero in the case of P Faulkner Kennedy charged with participation In the killing of James Shupe Mr Kennedy was given 21 years in the penitentiary Ibis brother William Kennedy Indicted with him is serving a 10year sentence AT tho salo of Mr T J Fosters ef fects at his lato homo on East Main Street Saturday the home was bought by Mr II C Baughman for 3500 Lincoln County National DInk stock brought 172 Huatorivillo National stock 171 Commercial Bank Trust Co Louisville 100 Household and kitchen furniture sold low THE following together with a good picture of the gentleman appeared in last weeks Harrodsburg Herald In this Issue Hon Harvey Helm of Lln coIn county announces hit candidacy for reelection to Congress subject to the action of tho Democratic party Mr Helm is serving his first term and has filled the once very acceptably and from all indications will have no opposi tion to reelection His race two years ago showed his strength as Us major ity was was 3000 larger than any can didate had received in this district for yearsDUQDRRAnMr I Samuel Dudderar died at his home in the Goshen section at 11 oclock Saturday night after sev eral weeks illness of a complication of troubles He Is survived by six chil dren Mesdames W G Gooch of Gar rard and John M Gooch Miss Kate Gooch and Messrs David Reuben C and John Dudderar of this county Ills wife died some 12 years ago De ceased who was in his 8 fad year was a splendid man and a successful farmer By hard work and good management he amassed considerable of this worlds Roods and he leaves a good estate tobo divided between his children who aro among the best citizens of this section Many years ago Mr Dudderar united with the Christian church at Goshen and he had been one of tho substantial members since Lincoln county has never had a more honorable upright man than Undo Sammy as many called him and his taking away js the source of much regret A goodman hasJtone to his just reward may his life be emulated Eld J G Livingston preached tho funeral at Goshen yesterday morning and the bur- Ial followed in Goshen cemetery There Is A Reason For the vogue of long gloves again this season 1st All dresses except the tailormade are with short sleeves 2nd Which is the better looking the pretty fluffy short sleeve lace and embroidery waist supplemented by long gloves or the plain tailor waist You must admit there is no comparison 3rd You must have long gloves to be correctly pressed as THEY are wearing them CALL and see us in our new room In tho Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Cummins Wear en WE Jnvito you to call and see our new drug ets mattings carpets etc Full line of wall paper lace curtains new and uptodato Tribble Pence I AM now ready to wait on the public and ask your patronage Trimmer will be hero Saturday MIA Ella May Saun ders Will have my opening Thursda next March 20 TUB young men will please bo at the Opera Houso at 745 P it Thursday to fill out floor cards Tho dance will begin promptly at 9 oclock IL C Carpenter Secretary FOR SALEB P Uck eggs 1st pen headed by one of Harry Clubba best cockerels 150 per 15 2nd pen headed by New York cockerel per 15 Mrs R II Crow Shelby City Ky Now is tho time look buggy buckboard or carriage for Sprint and Summer use Big lot to solec from Also harness farming implc ments wagons etc E T Pence WANTED npttodte painter grainer and paperhanger as a partner ono who thoroughly understands con tracting Good opportunity for good sober man Trade already established This office GAUD OK TnANiaWo desire to express our sincere gratitude and appreci ation of tho many acts of kindness shown us in our recent bereavement May Ho Who doeth all things wet bless tho dear people of Stanford Mrs Harvo Watts and family IN a duel at A C Hiatts store at Hlatt Kockcastlo county Per Rfgsb shot Greeley Lair from the effects or which he died Rigsby was shot through the lungs and in the shoulder and is dangerously wounded The two had been enemies for many years HAVING united in tho painting business with J F Freeman who learned his trade at Memphis Tenn we are ready to do all kinds of work in our line in firstclass style and at reasonable prices such as painting graining pa per hanging paper etc D II Goyen ONE of tho new members of tho General Assembly who won his spurs in his initial session was lIon W H Shanks On tho right side of every question he had a reason for the faith that was In him and knew how to present it Ni member enjoyed more fully the confi dence and respect of his fellow lawmakers than did he and Lincoln coun ty may well take prldo in his splendid record Frankfort Journal Here and There Norfolk Va suffereda big fire in the business portion of tho city A handsome residence belonging tc Mrs J E Cantrill burned at George townThe 10yearold son of J W Kepler of Taylor county was killed by being thrown from n horse William Preston KImball will bo re nominated for Congress in tho 7th dis trict without opposition Tho wife of Joseph C Lyons of Louisville dropped dead while preparing dinner for her husband Col John Walter Fairfax a Civil War veteran who was known as Long streets fighting aide died in Prince William cbunty Va Gov Willson approved by signing tie Ournam Bill providing for a bipartisan Board of Control for the charitable Institutions of the State Nicholas Dosker a Louisville Centre College student broke his nose in two places while engaged in a hotly contest ed game of basketball- A stock company with capital stock of 16000 has been organized at Burkesvlllo for the purpose of building a nonsectarian college there W L Curran died at Corbin of septic poison from a boil on the face lies survived by n wire and five children Mr Curran was trainmaster of the Cumberland Valley division of the L mPetitions were prepared at Lexing ton calling on GovWlll onto declare nartiallaw in at least a part of the lawless tobacco regions and to request the president to send United States roopa to put an end to night riding ITho Hearst papers have sprung the name of Thomas L HIsgen Hearst candidate for Governor of Mossachu setts as the Independence League candidate for President The death of SenatQr Bryan of Flor- Ida will cause an Interruption of thi proceedings In the United States Sen ate which will serve td further delay a vote on the Aldrich emergency cur rency bill MATRIMONIAL Miss Mattie McFerran and E B Coxrpopular people of Rockca tie were married last week Pain can bo quickly stopped A 25 cent box of Dr Shoops Headache Tablets will kill any pain everywhere In 20 minutes Besides they arc thoroughly safe Painful periods with woman neuralgia etc quickly cease after one tablet Pennys Drug Store NOTICE I Persons having claims ngnlnit tho estate of TJ foster picnic present them to run property proven at once J II Foster admr INSURANCE Fire Llgbtnlng WInd Storm Life and the HTHONGK8T and JKtiT Companies Represented Lowest Pos Ibis hates Guaranteed Lou Paying Roe rd Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office PUBLIC SALE I moveHaving determined to Arizona I will tell at public auction at my place near Highland on- TUESDAY MARCH IKK My farm of Ito acres good new threeroom bouse smoke house lien house etc flood brood snare In font by Jack good worker ono work horse two cows with young calves lour cRhIIlShoKi17 orsu barrels of good corn ZhorKe wagon and harness Huper lor wheat drill I buggy and stack tt oats tt twtitt bundles l5 bushels seed oats threshed 15 bushels of wheat lot of farming Also household andkltchI on furniture Terms cash- TIM 1VrlllTtfISONIllghlnnd PRESTON 922 tVol11 Irestonls one of the greatest flvognlted show horses tint Kentucky has over pro duced winning at nil the Kentucky lairs and also ut the hone shows at Louisville Ht Louis nod Kansas City He Is it brown horse with black points 15J4 hands high with high actiondnbyWashington First dam Belt by Hhoderick Hecond dam by Denmark- It Is useless to commend hIm ns the peo pie of this and adjoining counties know his record ns a show horse and niso for breeding purposes He nmlte theceasonof IQtflnt my sta bite In Crab Orchard at J13 to Insure n living colt Will keep mares on crass at ti per month but not responsible lor accident or escape of stock Henson due If mare Is traded or parted with JO BAILEY Crab Orchard Ky Morgan Denmark This fine stallion will make tho present season at the low price ot eight dollars to In lure n living colt He has more Denmark blood than any living stallion as will be shown by his pedigree Denmark wal aIred by the noted stallion On Time whose pedigree traces back to the Imported Itedgeford Morgan Denmarks first dam Lady Morgan was one of tho best saddle and show mil res In Kentucky HhQ was sired by Stonewall Jackson J K BAUGHMAN Illack Jack Vlth white points le4 hands hIgh head and ears heavy bone was tired by Turktngtoni Napoleon JKIsanjxcellent mulo and Jennet Jack and n proven lure foal getter As n breeder he has been rue and proven second to none In this locally He will stand at the low price of 19 tonsure a living colt Jennets snare terms as uarci JOHN The noted Sam Cochran jack has been tried In this locality for 10 years and given latlsfactlon He Is In splendid condition to rake the present season and will stand nt he low to Insure n living colt You run no risk In patronizing such u Jack BULL Wilt stand a fine Polled Angus bull at one lollarat the gate He has proven an excel lent breeder The above mentioned stock will stand nt ny barn one mile North of rellchenvllloo- n the Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike tares nnd at a reasonable riCO My Individual attention given at all Imei and skilled service rendered but not esponslblo should any accidents occur- Stanford K O PKTTUB It F D No 4 Basil Ihone 78 F Kid Glovest We fit nil kid gloves ns it is more satisfactory to you andus We are offering special values 81 8150 gloves former price 8125 and 8175 Twoclasp Service Black and colors 81 Twoclasp La Force Black and colors 8150 Guaranteed Eight Button Glace Black and colors at 82 i 12 Button Black and colors 83 SPECIAL12 Button Black Glace Kid value 83 spccicl price 8250 16 Button Black Glace Kid value 8350 our price 83 A good pick up or you and the quantity is not large SouthEast Corner Main and Depot Streets It AD1eIIdDBeduty ORSETS We invite your inspection of our Rely and standard styles of these ele gant garments The opportunity is yours and the pleasure till be mutual DAINTY SPRING GOWNS will soon be in evidence and you must discriminate in your choice of a corset to get the very beet elects Begin at the foundation that is with the cor set and your selection should bo aniAMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET THESE CORSETS AuF MADE To GIVE SATISFACTION AND THEY Do ITIl 1 tl = d Ii And they are not expensive only I 50c to 8 500 ksirremmooCorselCo1Ve enthusiastically recommend Made bi j youAmerlcanBsautCorsets TRIBBLE HUGHES STANFORD KENTUCKY AFTHaEVM7 r v CHLORO arRS For Sheep Dip For Scrubbing Floors For Garbage Tanks For Railway Carriages For Infected Linen For Stables For Chickens For Hogs For Horses W H HIGG1NS 1 Stanford Kentuckya The Emporium AT HUSTONVILLE Will Continue its Reduction Sale Until Furs ther 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 7rCHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANTCASHIER JOHNO REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo V Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek j a u ttNO LIMITEverything Goes in This Sale You will be wanting to put on some new wall paper this Spring and this is your chance to get some rare bargains in our Special Sale of Fine Wall Papers r We are offering 4OOOO 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 offeringSthis entire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price 25 to SOc For our regular 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 25and25cC A EIGTB cNS MAIN STREET nat wri11e The Interior Journal Jthkredin the Post Ofice at Stanford at ttoonddau matter- 1DfLISDED TUESDAYS AND TUZD4T AT 100 PER YEAR CASH whOD not to paid ISOO will be charged L N TIME TABLE No Mouth 1111 P No SI Mouth IS 30 P No North tsAt x NoIt North Ill p JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kinds of Lumber for sale DIlls fllled on short notice Grist mill In connec tion Mill on Unen river Jumbo road iU mllr East of McKinney Terry A liowe11 McKlnney K- yRhode Island Rid Epee Ithode Inland tied Eggs suo for 15 I for roM for loo I am agent for Cypher Inv CUDllton and Brooders MrsM1nCOOK Stanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBICTOR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster iKy B D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phono 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Once over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building t 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Represented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture Matting8Ruga They will exchange Furniturefor all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OSco Phone ICJ Home IhoteSJ FARMERS DEPARTMENT C B Atkins has sold to Reuben Hos kina his 113 aero farm near Highland Price private FOR SALE Eightbrood sows raised pigs this spring three of them thorough bred Durocs R L Berry Huston yule Ky EsTRAYTwo harrow shoata and one sow weighing about 85 pounds left my place March 5 Reward for their return R L Albright Rowland Ky A red boar weighing about 80 pounds came to my place about a month ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep Charles Ensslin Ottenhcim 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 No 1 Hustonville Ky T P Hilljand other tobacco growers of Jessamine have received notices warning them not to raise tobacco and the majority of the tobacco men of that county will heed the warning Your attention is called to the de scription and pedigree of J C Baileys great stallion Preston which will make the season at Crab Orchard at 15 to in sure a living colt See him before you breedF Reid sold to Baker Bros of Cum berland a fouryearold stallion by DorseylGolddust for 500 and to T H Smiley Sons of Lexington a geld ing by Dorsey Golddust for 250 and a mare for the same money The State Racing Commission in ses sion has allotted the following dates for the three Kentucky tracks Lexington April 22 to May 2 10 days Louisville May 5 to May 30 23 days Latonia June 2 to July 18 41 days The majority of tobacco growers es peclally the larger ones have become disheartened as to raising a crop in Garrard county this year since thcraid near Midway and in Scott county says a dispatch from Lancaster The Somerset Fair will be held on September 1 2 3 4 under auspices of a stock company with ample vim pride and capital to make it out class any previous exhibition and equal any coun ty fair in the StateJournal Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Snoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even 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 opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Pen nys Drugstore The Newcastle News says The benefit of local option was demonstrated in Newcastle last Monday A very large crowd was in town but not a man was under the influence of liquor al though many old time boozefighters were heremen who always went home under the old regime thorough ly soaked and stinking with whisky The best of order prevailed Good For Everybody- Mr Norman R Coulter a prominent architect In the Delbort Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bit ters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders In a prompt and clllclent manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters Is the best spring medicine ever sold over adrug gists counter as a blood purifier It is unequaled 50c ntpennys Drug Store The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 37424450 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is an in crease of 6759375 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the pre vious week Notice To Our Customers o are pleased to announce that FoToya Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble Is not affected by the Jltlonal Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store- S The Kentucky Traitors Senators McNutt and Charlton and Representatives Mueller and Lillard of the Kentucky Legislature who were elected on the Democratic ticket last fall but who voted for a Republican for United States Senator in spite of the fact that Governor Beckham was nomi nated by a primary vote proved themselves spiteful villians treacherous wretches and venomous reptiles The slime from their trails on earth will remain a stench in the nostrils of decency and the fumes from their political hearts would corrode the smoke stacks of hell These political prostitutes having sold their honor and virtue for a price have forfeited all right to decency and respect The only thing they leave behind them is the festering infamy which still clings to the names of Aron Burr and Benedict Arnold Being ostracised and despised by every American who loves manhood they should end their miserable existences by suicide and an outraged Democratic party should dump their rotten carcasses into the potters fieldAntlers Okla News 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 Kidney nerves can also be strengthened with the Restorative whore 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 aliments Strengthen theso weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and got well A simple single test will surely tell Pennys Drug Store Circuit Judge Reedof Pa ducah who empaneled the special grand jury to investigate night riding in Mar shall county received warning by long distance telephone from Benton that night riders were threatening him and John D Lovett Commonwenlths attorney who is in charge of the investi gation The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels TrytliPm for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you tho price will be cheerfully refunded at Penqys Drug Store GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there s to difference In the price of ready- made suite and a tult made to your muaiuro taken by on experienced tailor I haw n landsomu line of Hprlng ttlulllmer good I ma make front n low price business suit to Ibe nnett dress suit Also Overcoats Troas iri and Fancy Vests The company I rep r itent It second to none U 0 11U 1LEY The Tailor Htanford Ky 1 Winter Touiist Tickets Land Posted I Notice Is hereby given to tho public that Ilunhhd11101111111111 through the t1 allowed IIIt AND K J MlliUi Highland Ky POSTED whose name appear below strictly 10rIJld hlllltlllil nlblllK or any kilid of trel passing on our places and will pros oUht vi olator to tho full extent of the law ItIlIInMlmrlonliros Tlntley Hpoonamore Boss PSfurtln II F Lawrence lleulmn Ourtlt JHHockvr J M rettus T A Hlce Morgan Ohnppoll- Aniniult Kchacffer Irron Kerrlll Jl Holtsclaw U W llitty- Mr J K 1ulllam It h IMIIIam Peter llnlmer Mr Katherine Ador- DPeaOrt 1nxton Ashley Ollannon James NUmb JNevlnOarter OlIIIlack Joseph linllou Mm Jnl ltntne- sJIICnmenlsrh Dr J o Carpenter Mrs Rebecca Carpenter W1 Martin A IIThonipMiii Tboll1ollrrlll Jni H Hkldinorv Dnvld llurton J It lunch JOIlllhtrllltJIll Ilrot Fred VonClruengon It Kflnlm Albert VonUrueuganAT Trnylor Illburn riummpr Fred llnumann UlcUnril fester Owsley Dunn lInr Hotter CNunnelleyWVJ UJnrvls J Wlinugbnlan J K Bruce JOHpmtt ItlgneyI ni Uall1enhclWIl1Uordllr linn Tralor M II Hlmore Mr N lldoode ClTateDavid Hteveiu John Jufcr HU Durham XVOItout OotllbOllek Fred llnmlorf- ObrlittnnAll I II no Urnlg Jnrob- IJ J Thompson M Anderson Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE co oIOOacrol on the Waynesburg PIke iiiiir Highland Groom barn nmloth rr outbuilding nice orchard Thtt proper t11 near cburc and cboolhoUI Is well worth the rice I1HJO No eIPacreS mile Mouth of Crab Or twotoryhouseed about lot acres of this land Is bottom land and produces tine crops A bargain at Si ll cmli balance in one and I wu years No a11N acres on lurk Creek near Way nesburg rootnhouse barn and other out 1cooNo 411J1 acres near Level Clrcon Hock castle This farm line it new jstory frame bourns would cost to build now 111 good tarn crib Ac bottled near church and school reds Is it nice home HIH can tar bought for 110 per acre cash re mainder In months No 6 ISI acre adjoining tho above farms Ire lIoron In Cu of j routgood barn and other outbuilding nlee or chard Uneof the he coun ty Irlce t3fX i half cnshtatlnnce and 2 SJl acres adjoining Inn No I and I Ua acres cultivation balance In llin her Good white oak hickory and some floe cedar 1story log hutv and good orcli irilj well watered Cash price jnuix NoTiIIJllcnl near Maretsburg Ky acre In cultivation gooil ilwelllng houie barn nod necessary outbuilding line water and school church and It station 1rlee fIJUM N cash balance In ono and two yens NoOfllacres on Drakes Creek S miles Irom Crab urebnnl This fermi adjoins time plko 11111 n part of tho leo Hvinis farm rhlla line land and In good condition all necessary building This Is a bargain OO per acre No IDT1i acres near Htanford In nice shape with all necessary bulldlugsetc- can be bought worth the money No SU acres near Jail WilY Ky nearly all of this farm Is liottom land flue for corn uid mtiidow dwelling liouionew torn and other buildings on county road inlle front Ilurua College Cash price Ft xw For full particulars In regard to all the ibovo farms see or write K H Hnghe or lame I White Htllnord Ky FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CHANGE t 1 = VIA II IOUEEN a CRESCENT ROUTE I 19071Good For Information snd list of hotels jcUrut D a KINO a P B T A I II Hla Su tulncton Ky If you wantyour Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD f t Dulchess eaurDutchess 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 counters are loaded with newest patternst All stylish and nobby and more serviceableIthan other makes IOc a button Spring Stock is complete Come and try a pajr The home of Dutchess Trousers SAM ROBINSONiISTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps La 1 dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Just receive a big line of those Call and set the merits iu them ovoiany thing else on the market GKO 11 Perfect Heat Hot water heating is perfect with the exception of this The mosquitos will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that thou let Aldridgo heat your homo that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot waterI i heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in temperature You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health tJ pay for the outfit in a few years SH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentuckyir THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEtFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOKPOHATtD II 4