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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL j IYOL XXXVISTANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 31 1908 NO8 fl lie Unit n Railway Corcoran Art Gallery Etc as Seen by Prof Irelrnd Two buildings of prime Importance havo been unconsciously overlooked in this description One is tho Union Railway Station tho other tho Cor- coran Art Gallery Tho station is tho largest and finest In tho world Con gresi mado an appropriation of several hundred thousand dollars to supplement the poor railway corporations funds It is a structure of magnificent proper tions and is now almost completed It is three blocks northeast of the Capitol building on Massachusetts Avenuo the finest in tho city Tho Corcoran Art Gallery one of tho chief places of terest In the city was tho scene of our last sightseeing experience in Wash- Ington for through tho courtesy of tho trustees of tho Corcoran Gallery of Art tho visiting teachers were given a reception at this place of beauty and cul turo Tho United States Marino Band through the courtesy of tho assistant secretary of war honored us by play- Ing some of their martial airs As tho writer of this article Is not a connois sour ho will not attempt a detailed do scription or the masterpleccs In this In atltutlon BeIng somewhat addled by the dazzling display of painting and sculpture we cannot give accurately a description of such notable masterpieces ns Tho Greek Slave Venus Mclos or Velas Napoleon Among tho paintings are such productions as Churchs NiagaraFalls and Blerstadt Mount Corcoran of the Sierra Nevadas the latter of which is in honor of Mr Corcoran tho promoter of tho Institution This is not a description at all but one may secure a catalogue for a small sum and thus get into the merits of each picture and work of art It will most likely be of profit to somo to examine cursively some of tho other features of this city of magnificent dis tances A prominent feature to me is tho largo number of statues at differ ent localities a few of which attract tho attention of the visitor This fea ture shows that tho spirit of tho times has changed some since Shakespeare wroto In Henry VIII Mens evil manners live in brass their virtues we write in water It also proves that we live In deeds not years for each statuo is erected to commemorate some brave deed of ser vice Truly it may be said of them that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them It seems to mo that a partisan controlling power has brought it about that no champion of a lost cause however sin core and noble and brave Is to be hon ored in marble or bronze in the Capital city For why should Sherman and his ilk bo memorialized any more than some of the bravest heroes that ever died on tho field of battle 7 Is it because of a lost cause or not T Why have not Lee Johnston ct al a right to bo memo rialized in such n way as to record their bravery valor honor and courage than f whom no one over possessed more If- it be true that Yon marble minstrels voiceless stone In deathless song shall tejl When many a vanished ago hath flown The story how thoy fell then let it tell also of somo of tho bravo proud battle gashed forms of Dixie Land do not wish to appear too partlsan but equal rights to all and special privilege or honors to none is hero disregarded On Pennsylvania Avenue the first statue that commands ones attention after leaving Capitol Square 1s that of Benjamin Franklin on whoso quadrangular base wo sec four words that fitly summarize his vet satility Printer Patriot Philosopher Philanthropist Gen Jacksons statue at Lafayette Square opposite the White House appropriately signalizes a the great deeds of tho hero of Now Or leans The bronzo work was made from cannon captured at tw Crescent City Another of similar nature is that of Gen Winfield Scott tho bronze work of which is moulded from cannon t taken in tho Mexican war There arc several statues of Lincoln and quito a number of Washington Most all of us are agreed that these are just tributes to men of true worth and for deeds of merit Opo other tribute of note be fore we pass from tho Northeast of the executive mansion and that is of that valiant Italian general sent by tho French and tho man who was of such material assistance to Washington in tho capture of Yorktown Hero a splendid equestrian statue of Rochambcau faces the South arid all truo Americans delight to look at this great figure Ono of the most imposing equestrian statues is that of Gen WllllamTecuraaeh Sher man It is located on tho Norhorn part the of Mall just south of tho treasury of tho United States On its base facing southward is this impressive inscription- On no earthly account will I do any act or think any thought hostile to or- t in defiance the old government of tho United States These words so full of patriotic beauty and sentiment seem to a greater elogium than is duo one who devastated our fair South Land in that memorable march to tho sea All that is useful to tho sturdy yeoman was in tho fall of 18G4 destroyed A fertile region CO miles wide and 300 miles long was devastated and desolated Twentyfive thousand bales of cotton wore confiscated at Savannah and sent to President Lincoln as a Christmas present A delightful donation to tho chief executive and his followers but was it not an act that would deprive many an innocent Georgian qf sustenance and it seems jnst a little hostile to a part of tho U S But wo will change our subject hero to tho city and its origin When wo realize that just a little more than a century ago the ground on which this city and tho statues etc which wo havo described now are built was an unpaved bog in time of rain and Its scavengers were half wild hogs were but bo bewildered at tho wonderful progress of our times Tho sight of the capital city was selected by Wash- Ington to whom Congress delegated that power in 1790 Tho District of Columbia was originally 10 miles squat but it now contains only about 70 square miles The 1790 session of Congress passed a measure to fix tho cap tal for 10 years at Philadelphia and then a district 10 miles square was to bo selected by tho president to be situated on tho Potomac river President Washington naturally selected a point in close proximity to his MU Vernon es tote and one most likely surveyed by him during his days spent in that pro fcrfslon This is tho origin of the Dill trict of Columbia and hero ends my story J W IRELAND n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Martha Thompkins of Jessa mine is dead aged 83 Sidney Coulter aged nine died at Parksville of measles last week Mrs Salllo Austin aged 43 died at Parksvillo of consumption a few days agoJ J Skillraans bam near Clovcrport burned and 19steers perished In thu flames Tho State Board of Equalization rah ed the land and personal property of Boyle five per cent The Louisville Nashville railroad is surveying a double track from Lebanon Junction to Bowling Green John S GatliiT was appointed post master at Clato Knox county and Paul Kennedy at Tinsley Boll county Mrs W R Pool was fatally burned at Mlddlcsboro She stepped on a match and her clothing caught fire Tho Court of Appeals reversed the Madison circuit court in the case of S G Welch for shooting P D McBride n drummer at Boren Welsh was fined 500 and given a year in the penitenti aryJohn A Prall cashier of the Bank of Perryville bought a spinning wheel at the Watkins sale Inst week which was owned by tho great grandmother of Mr Jerry Watkins It is supposed to be 150 years oldAdvocate- Bost Healer In the World Uev F Starblrd of Kant Raymond Malno says I have used Huck lens Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sorts and find it tho best healer in the world I use it too with great success In my veterinary business PrICu2 at Pennys Drug Store An attempt was made by unknown persons to assassinate Gen Bulkley Wells manager of the Smuggler Union mine at Telluride Col by exploding a dynamite bomb under his bed The side of tho house was torn completely out hardly a stick of tho bed remained and fragments of wood wore scattered over tho neighborhood Though badly shaken up and bruised to some extent Gen Wells escaped without serious injury Tho Lucky Quarter Is tho ono you pay out for a box of Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills They bring you tho health thats moro precious than jowels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If thoy disappoint you tho price will be cheerfully refunded at Pennys Drug Store Somo coward among tho night riders will turn States evidence on the other cowards ono of these days and then therell bo rejoicing in tho penitentiary over tho largo increase in its population Those who contemplato taking a course in night riding shculd pause and consider all branches of tho profession oforo entering upon their cowardly ca reel Cynthlana Democrat Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is a now remedy an improvement on tho laxatives of former years as it docs not ripe or nauseate and is pleasant to ako It Is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store Two woman were killed by lightning during a storm at Harland Mich NEWS NOTES Samuel C Wing former postmaster at Owensboro suicided at Salt Lake UtahWalter Rlppey a Negro was hanged at Tazewell Va for criminal assault upon a white woman Twenty lives were lost by an explo sion of gas in tho Union Pacific Coal Companys mine at henna Wyo CUIapa Mex a town of 15000 habitants has been dea toyed by dart quake shocks There was no loss of life George Gaulbert president of tho PcaslccGaulbcrt Company and ono of the wealthiest men In Louisville is deadMayor Morkbrclt of Cincinnati re ceived an anonymous communication warning him against denouncing night riders At tho request of Gov Willson Leo C Thurman under sentence of death at Norfolk Va has been respited to April 10 W B Ridgely Controller of tho Currency has resigned to become prey dent of the National Bank of Commerce of Kansas City Fifty men of Denton Marshall county have volunteered to defend the city against a threatened attack by night riders and are on guard- S T Huddlcston living near the Barren and Metcalfe county lino was killed by his son who had been refused tho privilege of giving a party To protect Mt Sterling from a raid by night riders a detachment of 15Jmt litlamen under command of Lieut Jen kins has been ordered to that city Orbio Nabb a prominent young farm er of Caldwell county was killed at Princeton Tho circumstances of the shooting are somewhat mysterious Gen Richard C Horne was acquitted JIGrovesCity Post The jury decided ho was in sane at tho time of tho killing and the verdict commits him to the asylum Henry Fanning and Butler McClana han charged with being members of tho mob that murdered Hiram Hedges were dismissed on their examining trial at Carlisle Mrs Hedges positively identified Fanning but ho proved an alibi to the satisfaction of tho court McClanahan was dismissed on motion of tho prosecuting attorney Gov Willson is reported to have said to a caller that through tho work of de tectives ho had information that would lead to tho arrest and conviction of the leaders of the night riders and that 1C night riders had recently been killed by the soldiers on duty in different sections of the State The Governor declined to confirm tho statements made by his man Irwin Rassky was killed Selig Silverstein was fatally hurt and a number of other persons received more or less serious injuries in New York Saturday as tho result of tho explosion of a bomb by Silvcrstein in Union Square The bomb exploded just after the police hall practically cleared the square of about 10000 men and women who were engaged in a demonstration of the unemployed No Use To Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings Now Dis ovary says Mrs J P White of Rush boro Pa I would not bo alive to lay only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease even after tho easels pronounced hope less This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrlppe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold un der guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottlo free j p S S C W Longmiro and C G Clark guards In tho penitentiary filed suit for 5000 damages against tho Lexington Leader for alleged libel The Leader published a story during the Powers trial charging that Longmiro and Clark who were guards in charge of Henry Youtsey when he was taken to tho courthouse at Georgetown had allowed him to visit his wife The two guards say it was a reflection on them and was a chargo of dereliction of duty This Is Worth Remembering Whenever you have a oough or cold just remember that Foleys Honey and Tar will euro it Do not risk your health by taking any but tho genuine It is in a yellow package Pennys Drug Store Ono of tho most severe storms known for years swept over portions of Indiana prostrating telephone and telegraph wires and causing serious dam ago to property Croup positively checked In 20 minutes Dr Shoops 20 minute Croup Remedy acts like Maglo No vomit Ing nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dependablocroup syrup 50o Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE C C Carpenter sold to H II Lark of Harrisburg Pa a pair of nice har ness geldings by Dignity Dare for 000Miss Sallie Hawkins of Corbin is visiting relatives in the West End Miss Sudie Ellis was tho guest of Mrs John A main Lost a garnet and pearl set ring between Mt Salem and home Tho finder will receive liberal reward by returning to Joe B Williams r L D Jones aged 24 son of Wm Jones of near Arabia died Sunday af ter a lingering Illness of lung trouble and was buried at Middleburg With a corps of efficient workmen under tho management of Architect McKeown of Louisville the home of A J Adams on Danville Avenue is rapidly going up W C Barham Son of Milan Tenn refused 1250 for their young stallion London Dare No 2283 by DIp nlty Dare dam Miss London 316G by London Squirrel 1837 The interior decorations put in the Baptist church by Medairy are finished and it certainly shows tho handiwork of an artist making it one of the prettiest interiors in our city Mesdames II F Waller and DowdI McCarley of Okolona Miss their home Saturday after a visit to their parents herd Miss Lizzie Phil lips of Liberty was the guest of Mrs Wm M Myers Prof J M MoVe and brldo will arrive home Sunday Miss Cora Lipps and sister will have their millinery opening and ladies fur nishing goods on Friday and Saturday April 3 and 4 Noticeable among their exhibits is the trimming and distinct Iveness of appearance with rich shadings and coloring artistically combin ed Wm Wheat and wife formerly of Mt Salem now doing a good business In Middleburg passed through hero last weeken route to the cities to make Spring purchases A nine pound girl has arrived at the home of Mack Cou- lter and wife to add to their happiness in their declining years In addition to our long list of all sizes of blue grass farms and homes and lots in this city we have just had placed in our hands a well assorted stock of goods in ono of tho best country stands in Kentucky The party has made mon ey enough to retire from business The opportunity of a life time Address Williams d Co real estate agents Hustonville Ky Tho success of the horse sale here last week was far beyond the fondest hope of tho managers Encouraged by their late success and solicited by their numerous patrons they will hold two sales next year ono in February and the other in April Preparatory to these sales they will build an uptodate sale shed with elevated seats and with a wide driving track and stalls Buyers were hero from several States Lairs bloodhounds were called to Roys Mill Friday where a store was broken open show cases demolished etc Tho trail was followed to a house and David Toms and son Luther were arrested Saturday night the hounds were called over the phone to Morn mac Taylor county where a smoke house had been broken into With a good start in a drenching rain they trailed 26 miles to a cabin where two men named Cannon and Cain were pound with tho goods and arrested Tho Christian church was opened to the public Sunday morning March 8 at which time the first service was held Mr G Medairy the decorator has giv en Hustonvillo and vicinity a beautiful sample of his ability to combine a painted and papered design J P E Mc Keown who is visiting Hustonville was invited to view church and expressed himself in part as saying it is a grand blending of colors and the Colon- Ial panels brought out by the Gothic columns forms tho whole in a very harmonious effect in which very good taste has been shown Mr McKeown is a practical architect fie is hero to direct the erection of A J Adams now home 10000 paid by Dr Shoop for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventics will not break How Is this for an offer The Doctors supremo confidence In these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Proventlcs is certainly complete Its a 81 against 25 cents pretty big odds And Preventics remember contain no quinine no laxative noth- Ing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were always broken Safe and sure for feverish children 48 Preventics 25c Pennys Drug Store The Tqnnessee Supreme Court has reversed the lower court in tho caso of Dr J Herman Feist charged with tho murder of Mrs Rosa Mangrum The lower court found JFeist guilty of murder and sentenced him to be hanged Notice To ContractorsL- etting Monday April 6 1908 Notice is hereby given that rae Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday Gth 1908 receive turnpikesinAll bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone and gravel MondyAprilContracts will bo let to tho lowest and best bidders nut contractors will be required to give bond with surety to bo approved byme for tho faithful performance of their contracts sand for all penalties and damages for failure taso perform their contracts within the time and under the conditions here- Inafter mentioned Stanford t Danville section 2 40 rods stone Rush Branch section 1 35 rods stone Danville rlv Lancaster whole road 20 rods stoneiStanford rL Millcdgoville section 115 rods stone s Stanford it Dix River section 110 rods of gravel Stanford Wayriesburg section 1 15 rOIls stone Same section 2t 25 gravelIiustonvilloDanville it Hustonville section 1 50 rods stone Stanford Hustonville section 1 40 rods stone s Ttimersvillo McCormacks section 3 5 rods gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet bySeptal is to be measured by tin supervisorwlio may designate when and where it is to be spread All crushed stone must be spread not later than Jan 1 1909 All crushed stone to he left at crusher or on margin of pike in shape to be measured by supervisor and afterwards to be spread by contractor when and where directed by supervisor All stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces and screened not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must he clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney and CofFeys Mill pike and Turucrsville and McKinney pjke must be from Green River The court or its representative may reject nay material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or crushed The supervisor reserves the right to reject anyand nil bids Blank forms on which bids may be uiade can bo obtained from the County Clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks Office Lincoln County will own a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted to use it nt 81 per ro- dS K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County 11Ownedrs9ailorntI i9cenk- r Stanford JyIOrganized SS2 Capital Slock SSOOOO surplus and WndMdtd Profs S9OOO Yeas paid in Dividends sirico Organization 2Ij 500 invite 7aw Accounts on Our 7orits i OFFICERS DIRECTORS PresidentF Reid 1 H Baughman SttlockerJ D Elmurc J M Pettus S T Harris VicePresident S H Baufjhman J F Cummins John J McRoberls CashierS T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker II C paugbraan Asst Cash rCE Tate Great Bargains in Horses Collars Wagon and Riding Bridles Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky 1 THE INTERIOP JOURNAL IYOLo XXXVISTANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 31 1908 NO 8 I1 te UnUn Railway Corcoran Art Gallery Etc as Seen by Prof Irelrnd Two buildings of primo Important have been unconsclouily overlooked in thla ducrlptlon One is tho Union Railway Station tho other the Cor- coran Art Gallery Tho station la the largest and finest In tho world Congress mado an appropriation of several hundred thousand dollars to supplement tho poor railway corporations funds It la a structure of magnificent propor done and is now almost completed It is three blocks northeast of the Capitol building on Massachusetts Avenue tho i finest In tho city Tho Corcoran Art Gallery ono of tho chief places of in terest In tho city was tho steno of our last slghtseelnR experlenco in Wash ington for through the courtesy of tho Itrustees of tho Corcoran Gallery of Art teachers wcro given a reception at this place of beauty and cul ture Tho United States Marino Band through the courtesy of tho assistant secretary of war honored us by play- Ing some of their martial airs As the writer of this article is not a connois sour ho will not attempt a detailed do scription of tho masterpieces In this In stitution Being somewhat addled by the dazzling display of painting and sculpture wo cannot give accurately a description ofsuch notable masterpieces ns The Greek Slave Venus Melos or Velas Napoleon Among the paintings are such productions as Churchs KIagaraPalls and Blcrstadt Mount Corcoran of the Sierra Nevadas the latter of which Is in honor of Mr Corcoran the promoter of the institu tion This is not a description at all but ono may secure a catalogue for a small sum and thus get into tho merits of each picture and work of art It R will most likely be of profit to some to examine cursivoly tomo of tho other features of this city of magnificent die tances A prominent feature to mo Is the largo number of statues at differ ent localities a few of which attract tho attention of tho visitor This fea tune shows that the spirit of tho times has changed some since Shakespeare wrote in Henry VIII Mens evil manners live in brass their virtues wo write in water It also proves that wo live In deeds not years for each statue Is erected to commemorate spmo brave deed of ser vice Truly it may be said of them that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them It seems to mo that a partisan controlling power has brought it about that no champion of a lost cause however sin j cere and noble and brave is to be hon ored in marble or bronze in tho Capital city For why should Sherman and his ilk be memorialized anymore than some of the bravest heroes that ever died on the field of battle Is It because of a lost cause or not 7 Why have not Lee Johnston et at a right to be memo rialized in such n way as to record their bravery valor honor end courage than i whom no one over possessed more If it be true that Yon marblo minstrels voiceless stono In deathless song shall tall When many a vanished ago hath flown Tho story how they fell then let it tell also of some of the bravo proud battle gashed forms of Dixie Land I do nut wish to appear too partlsan but equal rights to all and special privilege or honors to none is hero disregarded On Pennsylvania Avenue the first statue that commands onus attention after leaving Capitol Square la that of Benjamin Franklin on whoso quadrangular base wo see four words that fitly summarize his ver satility Printer Patriot Philosopher Philanthropist Gen Jacksons statue at Lafayetto Square opposite the White House appropriately signalizes the great deeds of tho hero of Now Or leans Tho bronze was mado from cannon captured at ttCrescent City Another of olmilar nature is that of Gen Winfleld Scott tho bronze work of which is moulded from cannon taken In tho Mexican war There are several statues of Lincoln and quIte a number of Washington Most all of us ere agreed that these aro just tributes tomes of true worth and for deeds of merit Ono other tribute of noto before wo pass from tho Northeast of tho executive mansion and that is of that valiant Italian general sent by tho French and tho man who was of such material assistance to Washington in tho capture of Yorktown Hero a splen did equestrian statue of Rochambeau faces the South and all true Americans delight to look at this great figure Ono of tho most Imposingequeatrian statues Is that of Gen WiHIamTecunjseh Sher man It is located on tho Norhern part tho of Mall just south of the treasury of tho United States On its base facing southward is this impressive inscription- On no earthly account will I do any act or think any thought hostile to or in defiance old government of- ti the United States These words so full of patriotic beauty and sentiment seem to B greater elogium than is duo ono who devastated our fair South Land in that memorable march to tho sea All that Is useful to the sturdy yeoman was in the fall of 1864 destroyed A fertile region miles wide and 200 miles long was devastated and desolated Twentyfive thousand bales of cotton were confiscated at Savannah and sent to President Lincoln as- a Christmas present A delightful donation to tho chief executive and his followers but was it not an act that would deprive many an Innocent Georgian jf sustenance and it seems jnst a little hostile to a part of tho U S But we will change our subject hero to the city and its origin When wo realize that just a little moro than a century ago the ground on which this city and the statues etc which wo have described now aro built was an unpaved bog in time of rain and Its scavengers were half wild hogs wo can but be bewildered at the wonderful progress of our times Tho sight of tho capital city was selected by Wash- Ington to whom Congress delegated that power In 1790 Tho District of Columbia was originally 10 miles square but it now contains only about 70 square miles The 1790 session of Congress passed a measuro to fix tho cap tal for 10 years at Philadelphia and then a district 10 miles square was to be selected by the president to be sit uatedon the Potomac river Prcuident Washington naturally selected a point in close proximity to his Mt Vernon estate and one most likely surveyed by him during his days spent in that pro fession This is the origin of tho Die trict of Columbia and hero ends my story J W IRELAND IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Martha Thompkins of Jessa mine is dead aged 83 Sidney Coulter aged nine died at Parks villo of measles last week Mrs Salllo Austin aged 43 died at Parksvillo of consumption a few days agoJ J Skillmana barn near Clovcrport burned and 13 steers perished in the lames Tho State Board of Equalization raise ed the land and personal property of Boyle five per cent The Louisville Nashville railroad is surveying a double track from Lebanon Junction to Bowling Green John S UatlllT was appointed post master at Clare Knox county and Paul Kennedy at Tinsley Bell county Mrs W It Pool was fatally burned at Mlddlesboro She stepped on a match and her clothing caught fire The Court of Appeals reversed the Madison circuit court in the case of S G Welch for shooting P D McBridc l drummer at force Welsh was fined 500 and given a year in tho penitenti aryJohn A Prall cashier ot tho Bank of Perryvlllo bought a spinning wheel at tho Watkins sale last week which was owned by tho great grandmother of Mr Jerry Watkins It Is supposed to be 150 years oldAdvocate- Rest theHev F Starblnl of East Raymond slaino says I have used Huuklcna Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate ores and find It tho best healer in tho world I UHO it too with great success In my veterinary business PrlcoSVs at Pennys Drug Store An attempt was mado by unknown persons to assassinate Gen Bulklcy Wells manager of tho Smuggler Union mine at Telluride Col by exploding a dynamite bomb under his bed The side of the house was torn completely out hardly a stick of tho bed remained and fragments of wood wore scattered over the neighbordood Though badly shaken up and bruised to some extent Gen Wells escaped without serious injury The Lucky Quarter Is tho ono 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 biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price will bo cheerfully refunded at Pennys Drug StoroIwilt turn States evidence on tho other cowards onoof these days and then therell be rejoicing in tho penitentiary over the largo increase in Its population Those who contemplate taking a course in night riding should pause and consider nil branches of the profession before entering upon their cowardly ca serCynthlanpDemocrat Orina Laxative Fruit Syrup 1su new remedy an Improvement on tho lax atives of former years as it docs not gripe or nauseate and Is pleasant to take It is guaranteed Pennys Drug Storo Two woman wero killed by lightning during a storm at Harland Mich e NEWS NOTES Samuel C Wing former postmaster at Owensboro suicided at Salt Lake UtahWalter RIppey a Negro was hanged at Tazowell Va for criminal assault upon a whlto woman Twenty lives were lost by an explo sion of gas in the Union Pacific Coal Companys mine at Hanna Wyo Chllapa Mex a town of 15000 in habitants has been destoved by dart quake shocks There was no loss of life Georgo Gaulbert president of the PeaslcoGaulbert Company and one of the wealthiest men in Louisville Is deadMayor Markbrelt of Cincinnati re ceived an anonymous communication warning him against denouncing night ridersAt tho request of Gov Willson Leo C Thurman under sentence of death ut Norfolk Va has been respited to April 10 W B RIdgely Controller of the Currency has resigned to become presi dent of tho National Bank of Commerce of Kansas City Fifty men of Denton Marshall county have volunteered to defend the city against a threatened attack by night riders and are on guard- S T Huddlcston living near tho Barren and Metcalfo county line was killed by his son who had been refused the privilege of giving a party To protect Mt Sterling from a raid by night riders a detachment of 15Iml litiamcn under command of Lieut Jenkins has been ordered to that city Orbie Nabb a prominent young farm er of Caldwell county was killed at Princeton The circumstances of the shooting are somewhat mysterious Gen Richard C Homo was acquitted at Kansas City of tho murder of H J Groves managing editor of the Kansas City Post Tho jury decided ho was in sane at tho time of the killing and the verdict commits him to tho asylum Henry Fanning and Butler McClana han charged with being members of the mob that murdered Hiram Hedges wero dismissed on their examining trial at Carlisle Mrs Hedges positively identified Fanning but ha proved an alibi to the satisfaction of the court McClanahan was dismissed on motion of the prosecuting attorney Gov Willson is reported to have said to a caller that through tho work of de tectlves he had information that would lead to tho arrest and conviction of tho leaders of the night nders and that 1C night riders had recently been killed by the soldiers on duty in different sections of the State The Governor declined to confirm tho statements made by his callerOno man Irwin Ratsky was killed Selig Silverstein was fatally hurt arid a number of other persons received more or less serious injuries in New York Saturday as the result of tho explosion of a bomb by SilversteIn in Union Square The bomb exploded just after tho police had practically cleared the squaro of about 10000 men and women who wero engaged in a demonstration of tho unemployed No Use To DIe- HI have found out that there Is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings Now Disc ov cry says Mrs J P Whlto of Rush boro Pa I would not bv alive to- lay only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up n cough quicker than anything olso and cures lung disease even after tho easels pronouncedhopo- less This most reliable remedy for coughs nnd colds lagrlppo asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee ut Pennys Drug Store 60c and 91 Trial bottle free C W Longmiro nnd C G Clark guards in tho penitentiary filed suit for 5000 damages against the Lexington Leader for alleged libel The Leader published a story during the Powers trial charging that Longmiro and Clark who were guards in charge of Henry Youtsey when he was taken to the courthouse at Georgetown had allowed him to visit his wife The two guards say it was a reflection on them and was a charge of dereliction of duty This is Worth RememberIng Whenever you have a cough orcold just remember that Foloy a Honey and Tar will cure it Do not risk your health by taking any but the genuine It is In a yellow package Penny IS Drug Store Ono of the most severe storms known for years swept over portions of Indiana prostrating telephone and telegraph wires and causing serious dam ago to property- Croup positively checked In 20 minutes Dr Shoopa 20 minute Croup remedy acts like Magic No vomit lag nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dependable croup syrup 60o Penny a Drug Store HUSTONVILLE C C Carpenter sold to II H Lark of Harrisburg Pa a pair of nice harness geldings by Dignity Dare for 000Miss Sallie Hawkins of Corbin is visiting relatives in the West End Miss Sudle Ellis was the guest of Mrs John A Blain Lost a garnet and pearl set ring between Mt Salem and home The finer will receive liberal reward by reo turning to Joe B Williams L D Jones aged 24 son of Wm Jones of near Arabia died Sunday after a lingering illness of lung trouble and was burled at Mlddleburg With a corps of efficient workmen under the management of Architect McKeown of Louisville the homo of A J Adams on Danvllle Avenue is rapidly going up W C Barham Son of Milan Tenn refused 1250 for their young stallion London Dare No 2283 by Dig nity Dare dam Miss London 3166 by London Squirrel 1837 The interior decorations put in the Baptist church by Medairy aro finished and it certainly shows tho handiwork of an artist making it ono of the prettiest Interiors in our city Mesdames II F Waller and Dowd McCarley of Okolona Miss left for their home Saturday after a visit to their parents herd Miss Lizzie Phil lips of Liberty was the guest of Mrs Wm M Myers Prof J M MoVe and bride will arrive home Sunday Miss Cora Lipps and sister will have their millinery opening and ladles furnishing goods on Friday and Saturday April 3 and 4 Noticeable among their exhibits is tho trimming and distinct Iveness of appearance with rich shad- Ings and coloring artistically combined Wm Wheat and wife formerly of Mt Salem now doing a good business in Middleburg passed through here last week en route to the cities to make Spring purchases A ninepound girl has arrived at the home of Mack Coul ter and wife to add to their happiness in their declining years In addition to our long list of all sizes of blue grass farms and homes and lots In this city we have just had placed our hands a well assorted stock of goods in one of the best country stands in Kentucky Tho party has made mon ey enough to retire from business The opportunity of a life time Address Williams Co real estate agents Hustonvillc Ky The success of the horse sale here last week was far beyond the fondest hope of tho managers Encouraged by their lato success and solicited by their numerous patrons they will hold two sales next year ono in February and the other in April Preparatory to these sales they will build an uptodato sale shed with elevated seats and with a wide driving track and stalls Buyers were hero from several States Lairs bloodhounds were called to toys Mill Friday where a store was broken open show cases demolished etc Tho trail was followed to a house and David Toms and son Luther were arrested Saturday night the hounds were called over the phono to Merri mac Taylor county where a smoke house had been broken into With a good start in a drenching rain they trailed 2i miles to a cabin where two men named Cannon and Cain were found with tho goods and arrested Tho Christian church was opened to the public Sunday morning March 8 at which time tbo first service was held Mr G Medairy the decorator has given Hustonvillo and vicinity a beautiful sample of his ability to combine a painted and papered design J P E Mc Keown who is visiting Hustonville was Invited to view the church and expressed himself in part as saying it is a grand blending of colors and the Colon ial panels brought out by the Gothic columns forms the whole in a very harmonious effect in which very good taste has been shown Mr McKeown hi a practical architectHe is hereto direct the erection of A J Adams new home 10000 paid by Dr Shoop for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventics will not break How is this for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence In theso little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Preventics la certainly completes a 81 against 25 centspretty big odds And Preventics remember contain no quinine nojlaxative noth- Ing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would nover appear if early colds wero always broken Safe and sure for feverish children 48 Preventlca 23c Pennya Drug Storo The Tqnnesseo Supreme Court has reversed the lower court in tho case of Dr J Herman Feist charged with tho murder of Mrs Rosa Mangrum The lower court found Feist guilty of murder and sentenced him to be hang edI Notice To Contractors Letting Monday April 6 1908 Notice is hereby given that Ins Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday 6th 1908 receive turnpikesinAll bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading atone mind gravel MondayAprilContracts will he let to the lowest nnd best bidders and contractors will hotto bond with surety to bo approved byme for 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 rods stone Rush Branch section 1 35 rods stoneIDanville Lancaster wliule road 20 rods stone Stanford Milledgoville section 115rods stone gravelStanford Same section 2 25 sravelHustonvilleDanville fluetonvillo section 1 50 rods stone Stanford Hustonville section 1 40 rods stone Turnersvillc McCormacks section 3 5 rods gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet bySeptis J supen 80r may it is to be spread All crushed stone must be spread not later than Jan 1 1909 All crushed stone to ho left nt crusher or on margin of pike in shape to be measured by supervisor and afterwards to be spread by contractor when nnd where directed by supervisor All stone furnished must he good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces and screened not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must be cleun and flinty and that furnished on McKinney and Coffeya Mill pike and Tumersville and McKinney pike must be from Green Ricer The court or its representative may reject nny material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or crushed The supervisor reserves the right to reject any nnd nil bids Blank forms on which bids may be nindo can bo obtained from the County Clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained nt the County Clerks Office Lincoln County will own a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted to use it at 81 per ro- dS H DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure Owned by D S Catpenter Hustonv He Ky Jfiirst Rational llank Stanfordshy Organized SS2 Capital Stock 35OOOO Surplus and llndlIid Profits S9 OO- Ojffas paid In Dividends sinco Organization 2j 500 I ffhvito 7ow jfccounts on Our 97arts OFFICERS DIRECTORS IFReid 1 H Baughman J StHocker President D Elmore J M Pettui S T Harris VicePresident S H HauRhman J K Cummins John J McRoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker H C paughman Asst CasbrC E Tale Great Bargains in Horse I Collars Wagon and Riding Bridles Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky isi- MW 1r1N 1L The Interior Journal r a L Co WALTON ttrJ JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of county to the uctloti of the Democraticsubject M BRUCE of Lincoln county iobJectntoat6e action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAY Is a candidate for jailer of Lincoln count abject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN tIIa candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun y ty subject to the action of the Democratic r part J DINK FARMER r Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina t tion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY- Ii a candidate for tLincolnecraticty subject to thityctlon of party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln county to the action of the democraticsubject 4 HARVEY HELM II candidate for the democratic nomina tlon for Congress In this the Eighth dis trict subject to the action of the democrat ic party Tim timeftwas when Kentuckians held honor honesty virtue and cour age in highest esteem the men of thisI ilk have not yet passed away The I time now is when patriotism selfre spect and I common decency demands Jt thatKentuckians give their influence if and need be their very lives to quell the spirit of savage lawlessness that now exists and bring to fair open trial or instant death if caught in the act the cowardly assassins and mid night incendiaries who style themselves y Night Riders That a man or a band of men who attempt to interfere with any man in his exercise of honest in t dustry in his right to cultivate that crop to which his lands are suited to prodece that which gives promise of fair profit who attempt to dictate when where and to whom such crops shall be marketed and who endeavor by intimidation to make such interference effective aremen unfit to live in any community more contemptible than the Russian nihilist or the savage an archist brutish beings wearing forms of men miserable cowards who ride under cover of night hide their faces behind a mask murder and burn the helpless but avoid the strong mans in fluence Some of our Lincoln tobacco growers have received notice from these creatures not to raise tobacco the coming year The men of Lincoln coun ty are not to be intimidated Our farm ers will plant and harvest as they please and the midnlgh marauder who invades our midst will be welcomed withbuckshot and rifle ball Our courts are presided over by judges who are not to be intimidated our prosecutions conducted by officers who do not fear to discharge their duties the men who sit upon our juries will vote guilty or guiltless as sworn testimony indicates The night rider who invades Lincoln county will be killed or captured tried and convicted i TiE only man in the Bluegrass region who has announced unequivocally and I publicly that he has planted tobacco beds and will this year raisea crop of tobacco is Louis S Johnston of Vood ford county who owns a large farma near Versailles and is a member of the Woodford county Law and Order Lea gue Mr Johnston boldly defies the night riders and proposes to meet any attempts to interfere with his business with armed resistance He has em ployed eight guards who are fully arm ed and who each night patrol his place on the lookout for invaders In talk ing over the situation Mr Johnston 1rsaid Yes I have eight men patrol ing myfarm every night I do not care to say how many tobacco beds I have but I will have plenty of plants and expect to raise a crop of tobacco this year With me it is a case of ei ther raise tobacco or sell my land and leave the State as it is only by raising tobacco that I can realize a proper return for the value of my land and the 411 improvements which I have made for the purpose of engaging in the raising of tobacco Three cheers for one man who car not and will not be bluffed by the cowardly scoundrels who do their deviltry under cover of darkness TUB foxy editor of the Mt Vernon Signal announces that he is too bus devouring Editor Knott of the Louis ville Post to fool with small fry lik the editors of the INTERIOR JOURNAL and the Somerset Times Editor Eat emAlive S Albright shouldnt shot such partiality We little fellows want to be noticed and want it bad and are e exceedingly jealous of Brer Knott w ho has the sole attention of the Prentice of Mt Vernon A MADISON county bachelor has been notified by socalled night riders that he must get a wife in two weeks or suf fer the consequences Seems to us he stands a show to suffer the cone quences it matters not which horn of the dilemma he takes hold of IT may help those ofus who have been touched the business depression to know that everybody has not suffered The steel trust remains on easy street Its net earnings for last year were 160964673 an increase of over 4000 000 over the preceding year It has on hand a surplus of 122645243 It is holding up prices and cutting down pro duction and conserving all its energies for more assured plundering later on THE CourierJournal alter a silence on the subject for some two weeks or more condemns the Legislature forgiving 1065 of tho States money to the reporters However when the C J is so interested in the furtherance of the whisky and beer business It might be considered strange that it took time to notice the little holdup of the tax payers at all TilE Casey County News is five years old Editor Thomas is making it a splendid paper and wo are glad to know that the publication is proving a good investment POLITICAL George P Chinn has resigned as War den of the Frankfort penitentiary He will move West Col Mudd is his suc cessor temporarily Gov Broward of Florida has appointed William Hall Milton United States Senator to succeed the late Wil liam James Bryan Nathan B Hawkins was nominated for Congress on the 761st ballot by the Eighth Indiana District Republican Convention at Anderson John G Matthews of Barbourvllle has announced himself a candidate for the republican nomination for Congress in opposition to Representative D C Edwards Frankfort and Lexington are both in the field for the democratic State con vention and the friends of for Gov J C W Bebkham are said to favor some other city than Louisville The Senate passed the Aldrich cur rency bill by a vote of 42 to 16 after the Bailey substitute had been defeated by a vote of 42 to 13 Many impor tant amendments were made By a vote of 7 to 2 the Seventh dis trict committee turned down J Campbell Cantrills request for an August primary and named May 12 the date desired by Congressman Pres Kimball Of the 42 delegates to the Republican National Convention chosen during the past week but four were instructed for Taft the others being uninstructed contested or instructed for some other republicans in convention aj Springfield indorsed Speaker Cannon for the presidential and adopted a platform for revis ion of the tariff after the inauguration of the next president Representative Ferris of Oklahoma introduced a in the House for the erection of a monument in Wash ington to the memory of Gen Robert E Lee The resolution provides for the appropriation of 100000 Iowa democrats in an enthusiastic convention at Cedar Rapids indorsed W J Bryan for the presidency and adopted a platform recast from the Nebraska State platform with its indorse ment of Bryan made stronger Justice John M Harlan of the Unit ed States Supreme Court says there is no truth that he proposes to retire and states that he has never contemplated such a step He says that he will on the bench as long as his present good health contin ues Does the Collector of Internal Rev enue Hon J Sherman Cooper draw his salary of nearly 5000 for devoting nine tenths at the work ofa- political henchman scheming and working political tricks 7 Is that what Collectors of Internal Revenue are for 1 Pertinently asks the Somerset Republi canJohnWalter Smith of Maryland- wa9sworn in as a member of the Un ted States Senate after a long debate Mr Burrows objected to the admission of Mr Smith on the ground that the law had not been observed in Mr Smiths election By a vote of 34 to 29 Mr Smith was admitted and the reg ularity of his election WAS left to be considered later The Indiana Democratic State Convention closed its two days session af ter nominating a ticket adopting a platform and instructing the delegates to Convention to vote for William J Bryan for President John W Kern was indorsed for the vice presidential nomination The convention was and the majority of the nominations were hotly contest ed There were nix candidates for Governor and the nomination went to T R Marshall on the fifth ballotItGiven 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 caused fleshyand was run a year ago hadethree dttho best physicians who did me no good and I was practically giv Cureewas recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle Iwasentirelycurcd Why not let It help you Pennys Drug Store +Judge James E Cantrill one of the most widely known citizens of Ken tucky is lying at the point of death at his home in Georgetown vaudevilleeor an actress and then committed sui cide in a St Paul hotel ii lUro i a J M Hubble of the Eubanks sec tion will stand his fine coach stallion Mikado at 5 to insure a colt four months old He is a fine individual and has great style and action He is aI proven sire and breeds large hlgh head ed highacting fellows See him before you breed your mares Mr Hub ble will also stand tho good jack Sambo at 4 to insure a colt four months old Sambo is by Abram 2nd he by Abram dam Black Hawk He was raised by S H Baughman of this place and is a good individual After ten years of active work at the head of the United Mine Workers of America John Mitchell will retire from the presidency tod- ayGALTON 12910 Housoil of 1SK- MStreofOalvinO S1 U Al Burns ami six others with trims from lutu to tab t how are the only ones that wem ever lmud led for speed Also the sire of one dum with one In the 230 lIt Hired by Jnmbeltn Wll kes 2iv the sire of SU In the 2ao list IS In 210 mm netter claimed to be the greatest sire In the world 1st dam Dattvy Held grand dam of with records of from S17 to tUI Mby Knlleld 2S son of Hnmbltontnn louniutbyeeeleysAmerlcanMtar Kntlehl saw bus I In his daughters IrnveRl In s 10 or boiler 2nd dam Quickstep hy Ken tuck Prince Jr sire of J Q 217K Lem onade 27j and dune of IS in the sSt list Qalendingfnll1ll1elChief nud Heeleys AlI1er IlIn HllnIGallons coltn trove goneagalnst and defeated the Lest In harness clauses mm roadster rings they are In great demand soling as uturltyyeariingfroorllu t miles west of lluntotivlllo on llrndfords villa pike at JI8 to Insure a living colt Mon bnlIiontyofiressly for mares too other stock mixed with mares have grass lots and large stables for mares to tout Uraln fed lit cost 1 Phone In resldenceHu tonvlllqKxchange W M IHUI Huitimvllle Ky ASHLAND BROOK N0417M1Vol Eugene Rock wasfoulalwhile stands 154 hands high NoBStII Brook tlln11l11otDrookbyVnljs1W4lIullnWren Toletseconddamby Jim Monroe fellowof going with lots of speed style and action Ills first crop of colts came lust and extccttheyaibearllugof style and tlnlth lhIn Brook will make the present seasonal lift to Insure u living colt JllInetJnokfor Jennets to insure a living colt Hilly hlIbePrince the sin of Joe lllackburu and Ilrlg lolla Billy Keene stands full la bauds black with white points and as n breeder Is unsurpassed nl mule or Jennet Jack his colts always bringing the prlres Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felts the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction KING EAGLE No 2368 Vol 6 A 11 It King Eagle Is 18 hands high dark bay with flowing niiiuo and tall toes all the gaits with plenty of speed style und notion PenniKKK Hired by Royal Klng SH he by On Tlme7151ae by HtonflAnll Jackson 1t Koyal Kings lit dam Mollle Mounts hexingtonshe hy Engle lard loll he by Old KBrg Jn hyHarrh4th dam by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTK King Sage Is a combined stallion a breeder uf fine colorlll and high styled colllnU having plenty of size ami action his colts will snow lor themselves King ingle will snake the present season of inn ut our stable two and onehalf miles West of mnnfurd on the Hhelby City pike at the low price of SI3 to Insure u living col- tlflll strtud the great mule jack Jim Keene at o for inures and IS for Jennets to Insure a living colt Jim Keene sired by RmpJohns i a great mute Jack the sire of the colt and two year old that won tint In their Classes last year at tho Kentucky Mate Fair H T HAIUUH A KOHT WOODS Phone 1t Ulng 3 Htanford Ky TILE WARFIELD Trial 211 Trotting Dark Busy Htalllon IB VllllaluJ1urmEllltAuromty Ulrl by Hex Atnerlcus SiAiO year old re cord 2h14 sire of liattloton 4yr record lIO American Belle Jyr record tIUX and others In 1M list n son of Onward tell re iord rW sire of Onward Hllver s0fii and others in the Jsw list Onward was sired b George Wilkes fib King1r75201ii Lord Derhy2U2jlielr nt lnw l10 iIlOUloflI1l2JOI by Nutwood too the sire Uh dam Topaz by HtrutbniorpiuH sire In the list 6th Unm Milliard by Albion 6th dam Ned byMambrinoThe Warfleid was bred to only 15 mares Ile has foals nil up headed plenty of style site and substance and plenty Vnrllleld Is n representative stallion in all the term implies To say that be has size substance and speed only Jn part empbnslzo the qualities combined In this ton of Dare- Devil lie has them nnd they lire of such symmetrical character as to make him a stulllon among many ills head und neck bob feet and lugs are perfect Rod when seen In connection with gall nnd great beauty are especially impressive You should see this horse before breeding You will say you never looked nt n better one The Wurneld Is the only stallion that hat 7 dams In the great brood muro list lie has two Mumbrlno Mambrlno 1Jltchen two 5hunbrlnoOhfef one Obllllel one Onward George Wilkes I Klectioneer Nutwood Htrullimoro more trotting crosses thnn nny stallion alive The Warfleid is by Dare lhvli2tllreco 2W lie by Mambrlno King lav he b Mambrlno Patchun W he by Mumbrlno Ltblefll Dam Mercedes by OhlinesMIS by Electioneer 125 Dare Devil Is a great winner He won th championship at the National horse In first National Horsu Huow i class 12 championship National Horse Show 1W0 CIIIIIt Morse Rho w clo18101chllllllonlhip National Nora liorso Hho- 11UOchaseafirst lIlitloDnl horse Hhow W class nrst Boston Horse Show reserve Boston Horse Show 1M class second Boston HorsuHhow luici classs sec ond Boston Horsu Bhow llMJ class 2 res v Boston Morse Hhow lIKE class I third Uos ton Horse Show hint cliisi 7 He sired The lIeau Ideal 215X sire of Irlncess Helun lln ham4I9IC J Will make the present season at our farm mile from McKliinvy Jtynt 115 to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the good DhAOK JACK OONQUEUOUlut H to Insure a SAving Oolt hands high white SMOWgISNadHONMcKlnneyKyfilet qJ lT j GILIERT CREEK IARIAIN STORE Take no ones word for It but come and my new Hprlns Rusts Also Piece loods A few suits nt con left yet I will be very grateful for your patronage D JHM1TH 10 REWARD I Por the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or right or to stock In truxeung the puo llo highways or Injury to stock from the lands of people This reward refers to pan present and future nlso otter n spec fal reward of for particulars see me Ul McKINNEY MARILEft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs c Harris Prors Dealers in anti manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments HintClass Work at llonconiible Prices Otllco and Works McKinney Ky Shop cloieU on Haturday Wanted To luy Oak and leech Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and UleCh Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isville Ky Hlgn Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Dlc ratorI Graining Kte McKINN- 17YICYfNSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndHtorm Life and Atoldent None but the HTUONOKHT and JEHT Companies Itcpresentrd Lowest Pos itive hates Lou Paying leo trfl Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No M Notice To Contractors I Wenreready to rerelvl bId for a turn be hull from Iylo the YjStullesor In sections of onehalt or iiujro Plans and s cincatlons thin conitruc flan of this pike ear be obtained on appli cation to the undersigned All bids mutt be sealed nnd sent In not later than May 15 iww The supervisors reserve the tight In reject nay anti all bids JlI McKee J W Acton Q A Walter supervisors argo for examination orscientlllrnl iff rng eyes by up to date methods Pre Icrl lon glasses ground to order set in an- stylefrnraneor skeleton mountings worl and material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderato Permanently located in Central Telephone IIIIOIIVIIII- K L r POWKMj Graduated Optometrist Weak KidneysWe- ak Kidneys MlRt to weak kidney Mans The Kidneys Uks the JIMrt and the Stomach find their weakness not In UM own itself but In the nerves that control sad raids and ftrentthea them Dr Snoops Rettoraur a medicine specifically yrepared to reach thus controluu nenet To doctor the Kidneys alma u tuule It U wet of time anel of ranter w- soli your tack aches or Is weak U the trio scald or II dark you hare irmptorai of BrIbtl or other distressing or dangerous kid ner dlseasetryDrShoopsRestorstlveamonth Tablets or Liquid mud see what It tea and do for Druggist recommend and sell Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS How to Cure Constipation Few people altogether escape a disor der of the bowels You may catch cold overeat overdrink too much not exercise enough or do a hundred and one other things that result in constipation or costiveness When the trouble comes it is well to know what to do for it In the opinion of thousands there is no better cure for constipation than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin anyone can obtain cents or 1 at a drug stpre We all have constipation occa sionally and the sensible thing to do Is to have a bottle of thU remedy In th house You take it at night on retiring for and when ou wake up in the momioj at resuttLYour you head clearer your ores brighter you and spry once again your appetite has reo limed and you are ready to work with enthu alum and vigor All his may not have token more than a dose or two at a cost not to exceed two or three cents Can you afford to feel bud when you can feel rood for so littler Dr Wilson Drown of MetropoIda II has no hesitancy In saying that Dr Caldwell Syrup is the reatea of all laxatives and he usedyorder they would have leas need of him It I without doubt the best cure for occasional o biliousnessesour ornyoung a or purgative waters acts gently but surely II pleasant to the taste does not gripe and cure or1yThou wtthJnr to try OrCald aFREE TEST wells Syrup Pepsin before buy Ing can hive a free sample bottle sent to led horns by iddreitlng tti company This oRsr It It prow that the remedy do u we claim and It only ope to ttoie tow never taken It Send for II you lave my lymptomi of stomach liver or bowel disease Genital vet moit effective laxative for children w and old folks AgI7ranteed sermanent hems sun THE VERDICT laxative Good and U OR CALOWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN This product heat purity narante 17 WMhlnftoft G 0 PEPSIN YHHP NllS Sal wsil elOf N11nWalll IN- r jr inisiTi itIk I J FountainSliirt What is more uncomfortable than a shirtIthat fails to fit about the neck An illfitting shirt will cause the collar to RIDE HIGHUp on the neck allowing the tie to slip out of place and causing you to feel and say thingsIthat you had better leave unsaid Now to avoid this to Wear a comfortable Shirt A closefitting collar and perfect tieyou must wear t- heFOUNTAIN It beats em all In Negligee and Plaited Bos oms White black and white blue and tans twopr ices to 150 Soft Shirts with collar attached in White Cream Tan and Grey atl15Oand 2 H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY nol water 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 T- No 310 An upt data Roller Flouring Slill of CO barrel capacity loca ted in tho heart of one of tho best wheat belts in the State and within 40 feeofTrunk Line Railroad This is an old established plant with flue cus turn trade Warehouse barn etc Can bo bought for 15500 l Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity1 t 35000 dry house and full equipments together with several acres of ground on which plant is op Grating nice suburban homo of 12 acres with ucw residence find outbuild ings and ono or two nice resident properties in very best resident part ofrtown which wo will exchange as a wholo for blue grass farm with good im locatedr No 171 240 acres six miles Southeast of Waynosburg on Buck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom laud Two dwellings on farm one of six and the other of four rooms two good orchards fine water Land is adapted to corn wheat oats and hay 500 worth of hay grown on place last year Reason for selling owner is iu other business Trice only 3000 All kinds of properties sold and exchanged Write us your wants Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky If y fladW B MoRoberts C 3 DRUGGIST 1 g arAlvFaRO J Dont Neglect Your Feet IAs you have to mo them every day They should wear wellfitting com fortable and good looking shoes Thoeo you will find in the new Spring styles of Zciglere ehocs for ladies Now one to four eyelet Patent Tau and Welt 83 to 8360 Plain and SelfTipped Opera Too Oxfords at 82GO Theo arc corn chaser Try them v h it SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY MAnciiSl 1008 WE are ready to figure with you on paInting tor SlIrlnl Wo recommend WUllame as tho best and cheapest Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Mns JOHN BANEY continues very ill MB JOHN LUTES went Livingston Saturday GRANVILLE DUNCAN is very ill with typhoid lover Alas IL It BRIGHT of Lexington is with friends here MR W L HERRIN Is thought to be slowly Improving MR WILL STEPHKNSON of Maywood is very ill with rheumatism WALTER JONES is now working nights for tho L N at Rowland MRS J N MENEFEE Is convalescing from a scvcro spell of rheumatism Muss MAYME BALLARD of Uryants vlllo Is tho guest of Miss Marie Ma hony REV L C KELLY and wife of LonUi vlllc wore guests at Mr T D New landMiss FLORENCE CRincuriELn of Broken Arrow Okla has been visiting friends and relatives here THE Warren Grlgsby Chapter U D c will meet with Mri Mary Burch at tl 230 this Tuesday afternoon PROF LESLIE ANDERSON who is at tending tho State Normal School at Richmond was hero Saturday Mns JULIA HUGHES loft Friday for Evansvlllo Indr to spend some time with her daughter Mrs E T Carter MR R W HOCKER of Kansas City was too ill to come to visit his mother nnd brother as stated last Issue he wouldMns J ROY B Ross and son Val who have been with her relatives at Hustonville returned to Etownh Tenn Saturday MR AND MRS G B PKIUTT have returned from tho cities where they bought lots of goods for their store at Moreland MR AND Mns T R WALTON have just returned to Atlanta after spend log tho winter in Loa Angeles and oth er California cities SENATOR R L HunnLB was over from Lincoln county yesterday review leg the scenes of his late conquests Frankfort Journal MRS JESSE A WALTER left yesterday for Versailles to spend a few weeks with her mother Mrs W S Grinstead who has been critically ill f ED MCCARTY loft last week for Pierre S D where he will likely locate Ho took along a carload of good hones and some highclass cattle MR J II HILTON has at last moved his family from Brodhead to his farm on Danville pike Wo are glad to have this good family in our midst again MISSES TEVIS CARPENTER of this place and Molllo Brooks of Crab Orch ard were In Cincinnati last week tho guest of Mr W A Brooks They also attended tho Grand Opera and greatly enjoyed it Miss LILLIAN LEAVELL of Bryants vllle was hero Friday soliciting orders for tho Lexington Herald Miss Leav ell wants to bo one of tho party of young women the Herald will send to Atlantic City and her many friends hopo she will bo successful If you aro a 1 subscriber to tho Herald and will men tion Miss Lcavoll giventcreeditby subilcrlptlon she wll bo a number votes Remember LOCALS Fort flower pots go to Farris G6 to Hoppers for the cheapest and beat horse collars ATTEND Tim W Hutchisons sale near Highland today JUST received something new In folding beds Tribble Pence PURE B C Drown Leghorn egWl for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky Mns G B Pnurrr will have her millinery opcningfct Moreland on Thurs day Friday andlSaturday April 2 34 Attend it THE Charles Wheeler Emporium at Hustonvillolwilllhave a great opening of Spring and Summer millinery tomorrow and Thursday I HAVE opened aldreasmoklng establishment over E L Roinharts store and ask a share of the patronage of tho ladles Miss Susie Cooley i I FKESH Springcaught fish Saturday at Farris NEW shipment fgybuggies just in See them E T Pence EGGS White uthrock COc for 15 W U McKlnney CLOTIIES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop AN early inspection of our Spring millinery is requested Misses Straub FOR SALESlx r ycarold mules Josiah Anderson Stanford It F D4 J II BAUGHMAN Cos elevator is receiving n coat of much needed paint TilE rink will be open next when there will be an extraordiI nary attraction Wyinndotte purl strain for sale Mrs J A Rice Stanford Phone 99 ring C LADIES be oattendthe open ing of millinery at Charles Wheelers Emporium Hustonvlllo tomorrow and Thursday FOR SALEEggs from Barred Ply moth Rocks single comb Leghorns and Black Minorcas Also plants of all kinds Ed IIubbard SOME 25 members of tho Marion Com mand cry Leuanon passed through to Richmond Friday to help the Richmond lodge do some fine work TILE trustees of tho Stanford Male and Female College at a meeting Saturday morning rented the college to tho Graded School trustees for another year Now IS TIMToMay 1008 all solid gold brooches and tuft buttons will bo sold at a discount of 20 per cent as I am overstocked W H Mueller jeweler SIKINO AND SUMMKIl MILUNERY Ladles you are invited to call and In spect our Pattern hats and homo cre ations on April 3 and 4 Miss Holla Ar nold Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALED PRock 1st pen headed by one of Harry Clubbs best cockerels 150 per 15 2nd pen headed by New York cockerel 1 per 15 Mrs R H Crow Shelby City Ky MONEYW 0 Walker trustee of the jury fund tells us that the money for the jurors who served at tho Feb ruary term of court has arrived and will be paid on application to him ills many friends on this division of tho L N presented Mr L M Westerflpld of Livingston with a handsome gold watch Harry Magee formerly of Crab Orchard made a cap cal presentation speech J M PL TREY ofthu Ottenhcim section has a 17pound boy at his home which ho and Mrs Petrey have named James Cooper Petrey The middle namo is for Lincolns clever county clerk Mr George B Copper FROM a lodge of 40odd enthusiastic members tho Knights of Honor here now number four They are Messrs A C Sine George D Hopper George DtWcarcn and John J McRoberts Many have died some have moved away and others have dropped out bp cause they could not stand the burden of 8 per month for 2000 worth of insurance PrdK J W IRELAND finishes in this issue his series of interesting letters on his visit to Washington City Our readers have greatly enjoyed his contributions and will we think join with us in hoping that the professor will take his pen in hand again soon A Lexington gentleman told us Sunday that ho had learned more about the Capital city from Prof Irelands letters than from all other sources combined TilE hop at Waltons Opera House Thursday night was ono of the swellest and most enjoyable over given in Stanford The music by Saxton Trost was delightful tho belles were nevermore beautiful and the beaux were gallantry itself A largo number of guests from a distance were present and all were made to feel that it was good to bo there The young gentlemen of the Stanford Dance Club are to bo congratulated on the success of tho occasion which was tho source of so much real pleasure About midnight a toothsome lunch was enjoyed at Mrs W S Jonea A Duet Of Superior Values are Zciglcra make of Ladies Low Shoes TOPSY BRAND HOSIERY There is porno satisfaction to know you are getting the best obtainable for the money This you get in Zeigler shoes Stylp and comfort are bar moniously blended in this etaneard make that you can find only in our tore Some now and attractive styles that you wont sea in other shoo stocks Let Us fit you NEW line of Bart SchalTner Marx clothing just received Cummins Wearcn CALL and see us in our new room In the Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Cummins Wear enFnon this on my laundry will be cash on delivery Cash must be paid or the laundry will bo brought back to my office Ed Wilkinson agent TilE descriptions and pedigrees of J R Beazleys fine stallions Lincoln Squirrel Happy Brummeland Redllght will appear in our Fridays paper WE invite you to call and see our new druggets mattings carpets etc Full line of wall paper lace curtains all nuw and uptodate Tribblo Pence Fort SALBProperty at Shelby City acreaIor exchange for small farm G D McCollum Junction City Ky Now is the time to look foryour bug gy buckboard or carriage for Spring and Summer use Big lot to select from Also harness farming imple ments wagons etc E T Ienco FOR SALE Red hornless bull calf sire and dam both hornless Extra good one Also two nice phaeton ponies Can be driven by ladies and are not afraid of automobiles Box 161 Stan ford Ky WANTED an uptodate painter grainer and paperhanger as a partner ono who thoroughly understands con tracting Good opportunity for good sober man Trade already established This office HAVING united in tho painting busi ness with J F Freeman who learned his trade at Memphis Tenn we are ready to do all kinds of work In our line In frst class style and at reasonable prices such as painting graining pa per hanging paper cleaning etc D H Goyen Tim public is warned that it is against tho city rules and punishable by fine to throw ashes and rubbish on the street or the streets leading from Stanford There is a dumping pool back of John M Stones residence and trash must bo dumped there or out of tho town limits B D Carter City Marshal 5 IN remitting forhieto Jan 1 1910 our good friend and former coun tyman Mr L D Givens of Harrods burg writes Enclosed flnd2 which- I topo will help a little to pay for your home It should not bo necessary to state but we will do so any way that we appreciate both Mr Givens patron age and prompt payment Truly is a friend In need a friend In deed BAUGHMAN FOR SHERIFF Mr M S Baughman announces this issue for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county Mr Baughman is ono of our best citizens is well equipped to fill tho office ho aiipircs and is a democrat of the right stripe In short ho is splendid timber for sherifl He proved that last term when in the opinion of many he made the best sheriff Lincoln county has had in years Ho is a man of good judgment is courteous to all and bravo enough to serve any paper that may be placed in his hands Ho believes that a peace officer should keep peace and during the four years ho was sheriff ho was of great service to the county attorney and commonwealths attorney going out of his way to help those gentlemen preserve the peace and dignity of tho county and commonwealth Few men in this section have worked harder or contributed more liberally for the furtherance of democracy and certainly there is no cleverer nor more honor able man in this good county- MATRIMONIAL Silas A Thomas and Miss Lula WilkinI son popular Casey county married last week Their friends hero have received handsome invitations to the marriage of Miss Emma McGehee Owsley to Mr James Richard Bush which will take lace at the home of the prospective bride at 248 South Avenue Lexington at 8 r M Saturday 11 It will be an elegant wedding- and Dr Edwin Mueller will perform tho ceremony Her sister Mrs W P Walton entertain in Miss Owsleya honor from 4 to G on the Friday afternoon before at 436 West Street Lexington IA second explosion in coal mine No 1 at Hanna Wyo killed from 40 to 50 members of tho rescuing party who went in after the victims of the first explosion- C A Bailey a WellsFargo express messenger was murdered on his car attached to a Santa Fe train near Newton Kan Both safes were open and at least 51000 in money was taken Pain can be klystopped A 25 cent box of Dr Shoops Headache Tablets will kill any pain everywhere In 20 minutes Besides they are thoroughly safe Painful periods with woman neuralgia etc quickly cease after one tablet Penny Drug Store Have your colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky The well known castrator of horseINOTICE I IVriions having claims against tho estate ofT J Foster please present theta to me properly proven at once J H Foster ad mr SPRING HATS iFull Line of Millinery at Old Stand Furniture Carpets Rugs Etc Etc In Great Abundance and Variety G B Pruitt Moreland Dorsey Golddust 12052 Will make the present amson at my farm near Htnntord Ky at 150 to Insure n Living Colt He tins no equal iti a producer of high class combined horses II of Ills colts a and year old my own railing only broken to ride mill drive not educated last year at an average of filu nnd many of these bringing t onnu three that price after In bundled booj Tares grazed nt lie week K ilKID Danville PUBLIC SALE Ilu1lieof Moreland Ky on- TUKMUAY APRIl HT1I Tho following described property Pair 3 1116 111111111 M bands well broke and good workers Ilrood mare by On Time and In foal by Dignity Dare 2year old dnm by On Time tired by Cial ton Yearling dam by On Time sired by hareii No I link Cows Yoi them fresh fa Yearling Cattle or oa stock hog or poumlers Itt- horollghhretJ ilrown leghorn liens Old Hickory Wagon 3 rash Champion Kind cr Mousier Vile Drill with fertilizer and grasi seed attachmentK Disc Harrow Uhamolon Mowing Mnclilne Hay Ilnke 2 NvOllver Chilled Mows Whent Fun Plowllenrm or no barrels Uorn In crib pU Cedes ot Timothy Hay Household and Kitchen Kurnlttireand other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale JJ WKIOHT Morelnnd Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young itnlllon will maku the urntou of IIUS lit III place In Htnnfonl Ky letter known as the lit IhU placet nl to Insure n living colt lion Vnrrlck U a rich chestnut le nlp in forehead wbltu feet nooveankles behind short buck excellent bono amid line nuuclea Jiut the typo you ort looking for to breed your mares Don Varrlck U by tilt great Onward Hllrer one or tho very best sons of Ueorgo Wilkes Onward was out of Dolly and no mnre ever produced to such Illustri Otis sons ai Onward nnd Director Onward Hllver won time Transylvania In lOCI In a 7 heat race defeating such talent ns Huslo Jay ioeX and Chain Hbot Tho satire year bu won time Manner Memorial and Massa chusetts In broken heats Don VarrlekH lit dnm by Wilkes Hoy by Qrorgo Wllkesand n limit sister to The Wag 2i8 nd dam Ma ry Uroy Iuglt the dom or lIJad line latolien she the dom of Rubber 2ao Winchester Ig Hilly Wilton 42oandMbs 1USS1 This rich Inheritance of speed and blood lines should appeal to tho public who wishes to breed Mates kept at lOo per dny All rare taken but will responsible for accidents or escapes nniiri IEItLtY utnnrnrrf Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the special March term lOOt In he action of It O Warrens Ailinr Ac against iu O Warrens heirs etc tho undersigned Commissioner will at at i oclock P on Monda- yAlUIL20thl In front of the Court House doorlnHtanford Ky sell at publlo outcry to the ld best and best bidder the tract of about acres of land on Danvlllo street In Htanford Lincoln County rounded on the North by the land ot Mrs Julia M Urns on the East by tho land of W T Htone on the Mouth by the lands of J N Maunders Helm heirs aiM on the West by tho Htanford A Danville The object of the sale Is to satisfy tho indebtedness of It C War ren amounting to Jlwxyma tho contsof this proceeding sale will be mode on a credit of six months purchaser will be re tulred to execute bond for purchase price with security payable to the Comr bearing legal Interest from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judg men and also secured by lien on the land Tbo purchaser will get Ik O Warrens Inter lit la wheat crop growing on land GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Spring Hosiery F Any old kind of Hosiery wont do now and we have a variety of pretJty hose to show you New patterns in Loco Stripe Lace Boot Garter TipI 1 and Gauze in Tan Black and White Our 25c quality in all styles are exceptional j values Try a box our three pairs for 81 hose You have paid 50c per pair for no betterAt we have all the new and attractive patterns Try our Corduroy Ribbed Hose for boys and girl lOc Also theuNo Mend at 25c 1 1J South East Corner Main and Depot Streets I Belts Belt Pins Collars Ties I And Veils in the latest and newest things of the season are here and ready for your inspection We have for you the r MERRY WIDOW BELTS At 75c also a full line of Wash Leather Elastic and Patent Leather Belts to suit all sizes and ages Belt pins in pearls black rind gold from 25c to 81 The Gibson Collar In whito and colors at 25c Windsor Ties in assorted colors at 25c Jabots and Lace Ruffs in white and colors also colored linen collars Veils in large dots and the new square ones at 8160 each See our lino and you will not buy elsewhere TRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods NotionsShoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House I STANFORD KENTUCKY J rI Try Our Baby Chick Feed The life of the Baby Chick depends largely on the feed it gets Purina Baby Chick feed saves the lives of your Baby Chicks and gives them a healthy growth yourhenscirculation and makes them lay Try our oyster shell also weH HIGGINSI t y ii MILLINERY OPENING I The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Will Display on r r Wennosday Thursday Apr 1 2 anyoneHousein all of its Phases We Display the Merry Widow Now so Popular in nil of its VarableuesexMy clearance Sale is Continued until further Notice My Cut Rate Shoes and Slippers on sale now at 50e on the Dollar Professor Aeolian of New York Will give a Musical Concert every afternoon and During the Display w of the Merry Widow hat ho will render the Merry Widow Opera CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter tbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford llentucky 9 Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000IResources 34000000tS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER N J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIREOTORSI 1 J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Jraylor Gilberts Crook R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburu Gooch Gilberts Creek ti TNo LIMITEverything Goes in This Sale t You will be wanting to put on some new wall paper this Spring and this is your chance t to get some rare bargains in our Special Sale of Fine Wall PapersIr Ware offering 40000 rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock fkandis 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 50c For our regular 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 25canII A E GIBBONSThe Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at MOonddau matter- PDBWeuIDD TUESDAYS AND THIDAT AT if100 PER YEAR CASH IU When not 10 pats 1200 will be chMgBd L tit N TIME TABLE No Houth il PINo a Houth 1200 r x NONorth4SIA x No K North Z1S P JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kinds of Hough Lumber for sale BIIU notice Grlit mill In connec 24iMcKinney Ky EggiRhode Iilnnd Red Egg I1M for II for 3rW for 100 am agent for uypheri In cuootors and ltrooders IMrs COOK tnnford Ky Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Feed rind Silt Stable Lancaster Ky IBM D CARTER Now Uverv Depot Street Phone 96 8TANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken j tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but first class Companies Repre seated Jesse D Wearen l tThe Insurance Man t Phone 36 STANFORD KY f JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingeRugsTey- will exchange Furniturelfor all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClaryf Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Pliono si a vJu i FARMERS DEPARTMENT ioTwo family mares for sale or exchange for cattlo John Lutes Stan fordGeorge B Ellis sold to A R Hum ble of Somerset his combined mare lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No3IWymond J Beckett of Anderson county sold his 250acre farm near LawrenceburR for 25000- J J Wright sold his farm of 100 acres near Morelend to J C Ford of Pulaski at 65 Possession given May 1stFOR SALE8 brood sows will raise pigs this spring three of them thorough bred Durocs R L Berry Huston ville Ky T P Eads had a cow to drop twin calves Friday They are of the Polled Angus breed and are both large heal thy looking males EsTRAYTwo barrow shoats and one sow weighing about 85 pounds left my place March 5 Reward for their return R L Albright Rowland KyI FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No1 Hustonville Ky For sale yellowlsced corn of the best variety also white corn that cant bo beat made 14 barrels to the acre last season on 18 acres of ordinary land H C Anderson Stanford Dont fail to read carefully the des description and pedigree of Dr G G Perrys fine stallion Don Varrick He is an elegantly bred fellow has the size and is a good individual James R and Roy S Beazley will stand Joe Brown the splendid saddle staUion and the good mule jack Roxie at Somerset this season They have rent ed the fair grounds there and will also break and handle saddle and harness horses Mr Roy Beazley will have charge of the Somerset end of the busi nessYour attention is called to the adver tisement of F Reids great stallion Dorsey Golddust He will make the season at Mr Reids farm on the Hustonville pike at 20 to insure a living colt Dorsey has sired a large number of good ones including Jack geldIngsTickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop toll mothers to use nothing else oven for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender sterns 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 On the evening of March 24th the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs W B Land and carried away their darling baby Lena aged 10 months Wo cant see why such a treasure was taken from them but God hath found a lace iff heaven for this parentsforland of paradise where she will be first to welcome you at the pearly gates of heaven EMMA Good For Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in tho Delbert Building San Francisco saysIII fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient 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 60c at Penny s Drug Store Mrs Beulah Hawkins of Los Ange daysAlltile L Notice To Our Customers Vo are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds andlungtrouble is not affected by tho National 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 IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of Johnni- Milton Terry There was a gloom of sadness cast over homo on Feb 29 1908 when the death angel visited our home and tool from us our 12 yearrold son little John ole Ho was the son of Mr and Mrs C C Terry Besides father and mother he leaves four brothers and three sis ters to mourn the loss of a dear son and brother Little Johnnie is gone but not forgotten Never will his memories fade Sweet thoughts will over linger Round the grave where Johnnie is laid Goodbye little Johnnie goodbye it is hard to part with little Johnnie but we can meet him again if wo will only try There was an angel band in heav en that was not quite complete so God took our little Johnnie to till the va cant seat May we learn ere the race of life is run to say in our deepest sor row Thy will 0 God not mine be done- MOTHER CHURCH MATTERS President C C Fisher Dr W M Miller and Rev W T Watts dug the first earth for the new Millcrsburg Academy at Millcrsburg Saturday The building will cost 40000 half of which was donated by tho people of Millers burgRev Jos Severance chaplain of the State Prison at Frankfort delivered an interesting and forceful address at the Methodist church last Sunday evening under the auspices of the Y M C A His subject was Assets and Liabili ties A largo congregation heard him Mr Severance congratulated Woodford county upon the investment it is making in a Y M C A building which would yield he declared hand some assets in strong useful Christian young men Ho urged that the build- Ing be completed at the earliest possible time Mr Severance is a very pleas ing speaker Woodford Sun Remember that when tho 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 bo strengthened with tho Restorative where Heart pains palpitation or Kidney weak ness is found Dont drug tho Stom ach nor stimulate the Heart or Kid neys That Is wrong Go to the cause of theso aliments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple single test will surely tell Pennys Drug Store The Republicans dCasey county seem to be dividing up pretty nearly even between Fairbanks and Taft and their followers will have a very warm time in tho coming convention as to which shall have instructions form the delegates of this county Liberty News MAIN STREET Land Posted I oNotice la liprelvjr glvun to the public thn our land U p Trcipnuvrt lihod to the full extent or the Inw Podhve- ly no the allowed IItAA1RJMILIJlIllghiend- Kyk ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why bUT readymade clothing whlln there II 10 dirTuronco in the price of ready- made suits and a suit mnde to your inenmrtaken by an experienced tnllorT have hnmUomo llnoof HprlnHnemtergoodsI- can make from a price tmtlneii suit to Ine flnoitdrex tult Allo Oyereont Troul tn and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep Hunt li second to none 11 O HUlLKYTbo Tailor Htanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I Hkvlng determined to move to Arlionn I will tell nt public auction at try plncu tearHlghAand on- TttK8l AYM A110H SIIOUN My fnrm 011011 acre good new thnn room house smoke huuoo hen hoUM etc flow brood mere In worker one work hone tOOO111I110Ung velves four calvus IS hog IT or W bnrrul of good HUllIrlorof ontl about i UIuudlesIA bushes seed outs thretbiM 15 builixl of wheat lot of utpuillt AUo household and kitch en furniture Torinienb TIM W JI ITOII I HON Highland Ky PRESTON 922 i Vol lli Preston Is one of tho grriitett IlvvRnlU d Jlrodununit ultout the horse bow at ouUvllleHt Ixiuli and Kanini OnT Ho ti n brown hone with black polnli lids Lends high with fine stvle and action Hired by 1fnldugton51 First dam Hell by Ubodcrlck Hecond dam by Dvnmnrk It is urtileu to commend him ai the pee ple of this and ulJoining counties know his record nt n show lions Rrul nbo for breeding purposesIfewlllmnketheseneonofIWBetmy ate bin In Urnb orclutrd nt SIll to Iniure a living colt Will keep iniirei on grass At i jier month but not responsible lor accident ir escape of stock Heiiton due If mare U trod odor parted with JC 1IA11BY Crab Orchnnl Ky Morgan Denmark Tills line ttnlllon will make the present HCIIIOII nt the low prlro of eight dollar to In sure u living Nit Ions more Denmark blood than uny living million ta win bn shown lilt ptMllgrru lo waiMrcUby the bond stnlfiou onTime ImporttdiletgelunlIjidy MorKnn Will one of the ItMiddle nnd byHtonuwuitJacksnn J K BAUGHMAN hnndlhlgbsired by J K linnexcellent mule anti JennelJack situ proven Mute fool getter At a breeder he true and proven second to none In this local Ity He will stand ut the low price of Jv to Inure it living volt Jennet wiuie lerint HI mure JOHNIThe noted HJIIII Oothnin Jack has been tried In this locnllty for Idycvir and given ntlsfnctlon lie Is In splendid ixindltlon to mnke the present nenion end will itnml nt the low 01 to Insurer living colt You run no risk In patronising mich n jock BULL Will stand n thin Polled Angus bull nt one dollar nt the gate He him proven an excel lent breeder The above mentloiux stork will stnml nt my burn rue mile North of rrtMiclicrivllle pikealereuuulionnetsgrazed itnie ana killed nervlce rendered but not reiponMble should any wcurItHtnnford It K U No Itattln Phone 7e K FLORIDA AND WITHOUT NEW ORLEANS CHANGE HHHHHHHHM VIA m momomamm QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE 1907TYinterFor Information sea lilt of hotel JJreii D 0 KINO 0 P O T It 11 J Main Sc Lcxlncton Ey If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG CO t DaaVilleR Spring Clothes 1 For Men Boys andiChildren Our stock is larger and more complete than ever before Buy Griffon Brand Spring Suit and have the bestufor your money in quality and style andImake Wo have all the latest fabrics in brown tan grey stipes find plaids tome and See our clothes before you buy ekowhcro and be convinced of tho quality of our good SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Cluthin Dry Goods Slices Huts Caps La clies nnd Gonts Furnishings Etc EverythingGEORGE FARRIS Perfect Heat I t Hot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this Tho mosquitos will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridgo heat your home that you can enjoy nil your rooms Hot water t heating is clean economical anti regular No sudden changes in tempera tare You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health tj pay for tho outfit in n four years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED t