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r NameS wid a rollickin stain An V roll to fhim r
Names wid a body an bones an a soul to thim
< Shuxe ant they re poethry darlint asthore
M Names wid the odor odillisk an peat to thim
Names wid a lump o the turf hnngin sweet to thim
Where can yez bate thim the whole wurrld oer
Names wid a fine old Hibernian sheen to thim
Names wid the dewy shamrocks clingin green to thim i
Names wid a whiff o the honest potheen to thim
Shure an theyre beautifall darlint asthore
Names wid th step the salts the ltrthim
Names wid the warmth o the ancisthral hearth to thim
j Names wid the blood or the land of their birth to thim
Where can yez bate thim the whole wurrld oer
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N Brannigan Flannigan Milligan Gilligan
Duffy McGuffy Mullarky Mahone
ii Rafferty Lafferty Connelly Donnelly
n Dooley OHooley Muldowney Malone
Maddigan Caddigan Hallahan Callahan
Fagan OJEagan OHouliha Flynn
Shanahan Lanahan Fogarty Hogarty
Kelly OSkelly McGinnes McGinn
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J ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION
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Lieutenant and Actin Governor
Cox has issued the following Arbor
Day proclamation
I William H Cox Acting Governor
ti of the Commonwealth of Kentucky
to designate Friday April 17th A
D 1908 as Arbor Day
Tree planting as is Well known is
the object for which this day was eS
tablished and it certalhljris an object
that should Inspire in its behalf In
terest on the part of every public
i spirited citizen of this Commonwealth
Tree planting is a valuable public im I
> V6Vement aswell as a h auttter Its
neglect by past generations the de
vastation and destruction of numer
ous mountain forests as well as of
woodland for purposes of private gain
has alarmed the Government authori
ties who are taking vigorous meas
tires toward practical methods of res
toration
ti I recommend that Arbor Day be
I considered holiday in ali1S5 Si W1S
that the school authorities take this
occasion to beautify the grounds
g about the school buildings by the
v f planting of trees The county school
superintendents are respectfully re
t Quested to publish this proclamation
throughout their respective counties
and to encourage the teachers to take
a an active Interest In the day
I invite the authorities of every city
and town In the State to look Into the
y tree question in their respective com
inunities and to take steps toward
the proper observance that will ad
dress itself to their minds
1dress at the Executive office this
t first day of April nineteen hundred
t1 and eightWitness
I Witness my handy and the Great
tSE1al of the Commonwealth
WILLIAM H COX
Acting governor
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BEN L BRUNERr i
Secretary of stater
f IHOPE HE WILL SUCCEED r c
Postmaster Geo L Barns has re
turned from a trip to Washington City
In the interest of the people of this
city and county Among the things
he is trying to obtain are theUenlarge
ment to the postofflce so that his
force may have better facilities for
yrt handling the mail the addition of
another Rural Route going out the
t Bald Knob pike to Baileys mill return
lug by the Flat Creek pike and the
carrying of a moil pouch to Versail
les over the Interurban Llrid so as to
4 make quick mail connections with
y Versailles and Lawrencebtirg As it
Is at present it frequently takes two
days for a letter to go from this city
t < to either pf these cities which are
only fourteen miles away
We earnestly hope Mr Barnes may
Succeed In his efforts
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READ IT
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Elsewhere in this Issue will be
found the ad of Mr Neville Collins
s r of The South Side Meat Market 39
Bridge Street that will prove of In
t terest to all who desire a good Sun
day dinner as he has the finest spring
iamb of the season as also every
thing else in the butcher line Read
4 the ad
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Weakened His Nerve
And he is your steady asked
the girl from the candy kitchen
He was my steady until he asked
pa for my hand laughed the pretty
Jliglrl and then he was very un
steady 1 was hiding behind the cur
lain and ho looked like he needed
several braces to hold him up
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RAID ON MOONSHINERSI
Last Friday morning about two I
oclock Deputy Collector J O KJashI
of this city and H C Herndon of
Ashland Deputy Marshal Mays and
Deputy Sheriff D C Bailey of Lee j
county raided a log still house on
Short Creek Powell county destroy J
ing a seventyfive gallon still and cap I
turing John D Noe and James Stamp 1
er noted moonshiners The mn were
caught while asleep the officers break
ing in the door The men were taken
to Beattyville for trial = Mt Sterling
Gazttte I
TAKING THINGS CHEERFULLY 1
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During the recent rise in tho river
the water came up into the home of a
colored family in the West End dur
ing the night The family have a
baby about two years old which was
sleeping In a cradle by the bedside of
Its parents When the family went to
bed there was no apprehension that
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the water would reach them
In the morning the parents were
aroused by a peculiar noise and rais
ing up saw their baby paddling in the
water at the side of its cradle and
having a big time all by itself It
certainly was taking things cheerful
ly
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HER BAD BARGAIN
He said Im the meanest man in
the world I know I am I went
home the other evining and I was feel
ing pretty good you know My wife
didnt say a word but about 241 a
in I woke up and observed a ghostly
figure going through J iny clothes I
snored gently In a minute or two
the figure drew something from a vest
pocket looked iii in the faint moon
light appeared to ponder for a short
time went to a bureau secured some
thing put it In the vest and came back
to bed I was still snoring The next
morning I found a dollar bill and 40
cents in change In my vest You
see she thought I would suspect some
thing if there wasnt anything at all
in my pockets and when she took the
10 note she put In the 140 I would
like to see her expression when some
clerk banded her back that 10 Con
federate not today I
NOTES
Patience and energy well applied
will do wonders
An Indiscriminate mixing of breeds
will produce scrubs
The muddy yard Is worse for sheep
than for any other stock
The ewe that receives good care
shows it in her produce
Scrubs among sheep are just as bad
as scrubs among hogs and cattle
The earlier the fat sheep are put
upon the market the better the prices
Every farm home should have lots
of sunshine Its fifine and mighty
healthful
Sunshine is as valuable in the barn
as in the henhouse There is usually
less of It though
A lot of valuable work can be done
right now if there is a comfortable
workshop on the farm
The man who tries to get the best
he can from his farm seldom has
difficulty selling his products
This is a good time to put the fan
sing mill to work Jts the best way
to improve the small grain seed
The selling side of farming is an
important thing Do not hold the stuff
too long and do not be in too much
of a hurry
We will call and show you samples
of any kind of printing Use either
phone No 11
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SWITZER J
We are having our share of rain
The creek looks something like a
river
Mr J P Hockensmith spent Tuesday
day In Frankfort I
Smith Bros of Midway have
bought and moved oh the Bistro p
farmMiss
Miss Claro Carter spent last Satur j
day and Sunday In Frankfort 4
Kissinger mines could nbt ° vork
Wednesday on account of high ale
Mr John Switzer and family have i
moved to Georgetown many I
friends will miss them +
I great success I
Dr W B Dawso
last week In Cine
11 Mr Jackson hr
pleted and Is now
Mr James StIgers
from Arkansas Will
hereMrs
Mrs Bob Bratton Is now the guest
of Mrs J B Hockensmith She Is
Just from Tennessee
Mrs W B Dawson spent Wednes
day In Frankfort
Miss Gertrude Smith is now the
guest of her grandmother Mrs A I
Smith near Forks of Elkhorn
SWITERITE
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STAMPING GROUND I
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Miss Kittle Whitton was in George
town Saturday afternoon
Mr T L Southiworth returned last J
week from a short business trip in
the South 1
The big Equity Tobacco Warehouse
near the depot Is being guarded every I
nightThe
The sale of Mrs 0 B Bourne near
town on Saturday was well attended 4
and everything sold wellJ
Dr C H Crutchfield has moved
his office from over Johnsons store
to the front room In the Wiley Ha 1
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Mr Alvin Wiley and wife of near
Woodlake visited their son Mr Lewis
Wiley Sunday who is quite sickI
The fiveyearold boy of Taylor Sin
clair was poisoned Saturday evening
by citing pokeroot through a mis 4
take TJe is better now and out of 1
danger SCOTT i
APPOINTED SECOND ASSISTANT I
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Judge Theodore B al key of
Beattyville has been appointed Se
cond Assistant Attorney General by
Gen Breatbitt under the new law au I
thorizing the appointment of three as I
sistants a law clerk and two steno
graphets in that office
Gen Breathitt has not yet selected
his first assistant He appointed Mr
Thos B McGregor Third Assistant
as soon as i the law went Into effect
Gen Breatbitt has also retained Mr
ChaS H Morris of LaGrange Assis
tant Attorney General under Gen N
B Hays as law clerk Mr Morris
is a fine young lawyer and one of the
cleverest young fellows in Old Ken
tucky
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CIRCUIT COURT
IJudge R L Stout has been holding
a special term of the Franklin Circuit
Court for the trial of equity cases
of which there were a large number
on the docket and which had been ac
cumulating for several terms owing
to the press of criminal cases
Quite a number of cases were found
not ready for trial but a large number
were disposed of
The regular term of the circuit court
will convene next Monday when the
grand and petit juries will be empan
neledCounty
County Court meets on Monday also
and there will doubtless be a big
crowd in attendance
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WILL OF AH SINCLAIR
I will and bequeath to my two chil
dren Howard B Sinclair and Florence
S Williams all that I may be pos
sessed of after my Just debts are paid
except some little mementoes The
ring I wear Is to be given to Howard
and the watch to Florence The Elks
gift as Exalted Ruler Is to be given to
Howard he being an Elk
Second I make Howard S
Sinclair executor of my estate without
bond No Inventory to be taken of my
effects Done this 28th day of Feb
ruary 1907
A H SINCLAIR
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ALMOST COMPLETE IS THE TUr
I1 BERCULOSIS ANNEX
The tuberculosis annex of the City
Hospital is now almost completed
says the Louisville Times and will be
occupied iHthTn the next week The
furniture for the annex has arrived
rand isnow being placed in the struc
ture a onestory frame adjoining the
1main building on the west side
The annex will relieve the crowded
condition at the institution Because
of the congestion the officials of the
City Hospitals have found it neces
sary to remove a number of patients
to other hospitals in the past Iwo
months
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ASSIGNMENTS OF REVENUE OF
FICERS FOR APRILI
The following are tho assignments
of Internal Revenue Storekeepers
torekeepergiaugers and Gaugers for
the month of April as made by Col
lector S J Roberts
No IStoll and Co LexingtonR
Strauss day Amos Griffith addition
al and bottling W F Croghan gaug
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No 2 Kentucky River Distillery
Frankfort W So Lyne day J R
Spiers additional H S Slncli d
dltlon W H Sneed bottll
JD Claflteauger ±
NJriBpI Er Pogue Dlsti
Ma WalUngf
Wallingfditiona
ditiona
< U11s gang
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tionlL M
E Reid meal r <
night W M Saffell T L M
and John StephanskI gaugers
No 6 James E Pepper and Co
Lexington John T Gunn day John
M Stevenson additional Z J Phelps
additional A B Piper bottling D C
Berryman gauger
No 6 Poyntz Brothers and Co
c1Slye
Slye additional and bottling Oscar
Grigaby gauger
No 9S J Greenbaum Midway J
W Black day E E Price meal
room P G Powell additional R H
Davenport additional P P Parish
bottling W E Proctor night W T
CroBthwalte A G Leoriard J R
Sams and W B Anderson gaugers
No 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kis j
erton W W Cherry day W G Cook I
additional and bottling D C Berry
man gauger > I
No 11S C Herbst FrankfortA
W Nazor day J G Barnett addi I
tional and bottling F D Clark gaug
er
No 14G G Wite Co ParlsJ
M Russell day J D Shy addition
al D C Berryman gauger
No 17old McBrayer Distillery
Co Mt Sterling W D Blandlng
day J JKearns additional and bot
tling W F Croghan gauger
No 24T H Rogers and Co tfiv
vJlle H G Holliday storekeeper
gauger NP 32E M Babbitt Versailles 1
Cit Talbott day George T Mount
Joy additional and bottling S D
Pinkerton gauger
No 33George Baker Frankfort
C H Wicklifte day N A Moore ad
dltional and bottling L F T Steele
additional S P Willis meal room
W C Crawford night John Stephan
ski and Speed F Owen gaugers
No 37 John Cochran and Co
Frankfort B McElroy day I T
West additional and bottling R H
Whlttlngton meal room E W Lane
additional Warren M Van Hoose
night H T Galnes gauger
No 46Jas E Pepper Co Yar
nallton E F Darnaby day T Et
Oldham additional and bottling T
H Shelby gauger
No 5oW J Frazier Co Versailles
1 T Berry < storekeeper gauger
No 62 Labrot Graham Frank
fort W L Baker day E Craig ad
ditional and bottling S D Pinkerton
gauger
gaugerNo 3E H Taylor Jr Sons
Frankfort J R Dagley day B T
Th rnberry additional W R Hazel
rigg meal room J M Fraley bot
flag H H Johnson additional E J
Martin night H S Bell and L L
Lemaser gaugers
No 72 Miller Anderson Means
J M Patrick storekeepergauger
No 77 Julius Kessler Co Paris
J P Hutchcraft day C T Throck
morton additional R D Grant addi
tional C L Hough bottling D C
Berryman gauger
No 91J J M Saffell Frankfort
U G Carey day J G Brawner ad
ditional and bottling F D Clark
gauger
gaugerNo 96J W Bashford Farmdale
George P McCann and George T
Scearce storekeepergangers
No l06W A Gaines Co Frank
tortB F Fannin day G W McCon
nell additional A M Bashford addi
tional Lee W Taylor additional
Henry Newsom additional A E Gott
schalk meal room J H Tanner bot
tling D Harp additional B F
Smith night S A Powell L L Le
master J A Logan and J H Murray
gaugers
gaugersNo 113Geo T Stagg Co Frank
fortC 11 Kash day T J Craig ad
ditional E B Davis additional J L
ox bottling PS Rule meal room
H C Everett night D B Walcutt
and S A Powell gaugers
No 351 Miller Anderson Jefferson
vlllaP H Feeney storekeeper
gauger
No 355V G Thornberry More
headJ C Holbrook storekeeper
auger
No 356D C Ison Crockett Rollu
Fannin storekeeperganger
No 357 Fultz Boggs WyattC
L Osborn storekeepergauger
Lexington Public Warehouse Co
LexlngtonW T Sellers and J M
Burbrldge atorekeepergauger
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WEITZELS
WEITZELSHosiery
Hosiery Specials < i
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Ladiea tercerized Gauze
al rs and black 25c
adi in black fine qual
0 air for 100
cial 15c pr
ne quality
ir
irChildrens
Childrens black
special 150 pair
R5k and tan special
3 and 15c pair
Special in Mens Sox two
pair for 26 c
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General Storekeepergauger Lexing
tonIt A Geers t v
Lexington Rectifying Houses Jas
E Pepper Co RS Strader
Sons and Shannon CoT H
Shelby gauger
Frankfort Rectifying HouseJ P
Williams John Stephanski gauger
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REVENUE COLLECTIONS
Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts
collected internal revenue taxes for
the month of March as follows 3360
barrels 937963 tax gallons
amount of tax 10317593 Con
sidering the stringency of the times
this is a fine collection Business
started off with a rush Wednesday
April 1 when taxes were paid on
over 300 barrels
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PRINCIPAL OFFICE
L N FREIGHT Jfrt f V DEPOTI v i
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All advertisements in these columns are five cents per i
line for each insertion and to be paid for strictly in advance >
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FOR SALEWe have a flratrdass 1 r
hors zwar Water Motor that we I
will sell at a low figure Apply at
this omoot I
FORSALE CHEAPWe have a 32
inch Paper Cutter in perfect cbndl
tion that we will sell very cheaP
Address this office tf
FOR SALEPrinting and binding
that is different from the other fel
lows
FOR EXCHANGEPrInting of all
kinds for either gold currency or
silver
For Sale T A handsome twos ori
frame residence of eight rooms wlfb
attic over entire house This house
Is superbly built and finished and
has all the latest modern improper
menU For terms call at this of
fice
For Rent Desirable tw story frame
house 8 rooms and bath all mod
ern conveniences Stable In rear of
yard Situated on Campbell street
near Capitol avenue Apply at this
office for particulars
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SATURDAY APRIL 41J1M8
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WANTED A firstclass all round Job r t
printer one that can make good
Good wages and a permanent placer
for the right man yr
FOUNDA man that didnt believe in l
aQvertisIng wd we noticed the
pd9fIJ and oven web over hid
door TA hiniSto the wise should be
sufficient
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LOST The public Is hereby notifies
tat i have lost two certificates of
stock in the Farmers Bank pf
Frankfort Ky one No 7888 for ten
shares and one No 8122 for ten r
shares making a total of twenty
shares
I have made diligent search but
I have been unable to find then and f
I hereby call upon all persons to
show cause why new certificates for
this stock shall not bo issued I
I MRS L > F SHROPSHIRE w
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Lexington Ky
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Lost Gold belt buckle with raises P
silver flower Finder will please re
turn to this office arid receive reward
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ward
For Sale Rhode Island Red eggs for
e tUng Address this office
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Large Loon CapturedI
When returning to his homo on the
South Side on Thursday night dur
ing the heavy rain and windstorm
Just as he reached the center of the
StClalr street bridge Mr Murra
Brawner was surprised to see a big
loon such as abound on the Mississ
ippi river and contiguous lakes fly
squarely against one of the steel up f
rights tti bridge and fall to the kl
fjoor of the bridge stunned Mr
Brawriep secured the fowl took it
home where it soon revived It la
about the size of a common goose a
It was evidently driven up the Ken xi
Lucky rIver by the storm
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Good printing and moderate price
is our hobby
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