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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 12 1008 MO 29 t i ICHURCH MATTERS women have In 20 for Home and t Foreign Missions Tho Stanford District Sunday School 1Convention will be held In the Presbv tcrlan church Friday night Preparation arc being made by the Treasury Department for the prompt carrying Into effect of tho various provisions of the new currency law Tho great International Sunday School f Convention meets In Louisville next week Some of the best speakers 01 f tho world will bo there Half far rate on L St N to Louisville Services at tho Methodist Sunda school at 930 A H Song service at 1045 A M Preaching at 11 AI Subject The Anchor of the Soul Ep worth League at 730 r M Preaching at 8 P M Subject Satan as a Pay muter God as a Benefactor Rich rare treatment for the peopli of Stanford on Friday night at the Presbyterian church Song service conducted by Prof Ireland Discussions on vital Sunday school questions by our best Sunday school workers All are cordially Invited All church and Sun day school workers expected Rip Van Winkle returned from his long sleep looking fresh as a daisy I1nd made his fay to the village barbe shop not only because ho needed a haircut and shave but also because ho wished to catch up on the news Lets see said he to the barber are ter he was safely tucked In the chair Ive been asleep 20 years havent I Yep replied the tonsoriallst Have I missed much Nope we bin standin pat Has Congress done anything yet tNot m thing Jerome done anything Nope Platt resigned canal built Nope Bryan been elected Nope Carnegie poor Nope Well say said Rip rising up In tho chair never mind shaving the other side of my face Im going bad to sleep agalnSucccss Magazine HUBBLE Elder J H Williams will fill his ap pointment at the Methodist church Sunday morning Tho ladies of tho Christian churcl will give an Ice cream supper Saturday night for tho benefit of tho church Mrs J C Eubanks has returnee from a visit to Springfield Mrs J M Rankin and children leave Saturday torn visit to Maryville Ohio Miss Roberta Davis of Mt Vernon is the guest of Miss Flonnio Hammond Misses Marion and Matsy Grimes oC Z Stanford are with Miss Ellzabct Givens Misses Levlsa Harris and Mary Leo Givens have returned from a visit to Miss Lora Minor in Louisville Mr Thomas Middleton of Mississippi is tho guest of Mr John Bright J W Anderson ii Improving slowly A man who is in perfect health so he can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which ho should ho thankful Mr L C Hod ROM of Ilranchton Pa writes that he was not only unable to work Wit ho couldnt stoop over to tie his own hoos Six bottles of Foloys Kldnoy Cure mado a now man of him Uo says Success to loloy8 Kidney Cure Pennys Drugstore GapesBAUUSTOWN KY May 4 1008 W One drop of It 41144 dropped down the bill of a coping chicken kills tho worms and relievos tho chicken in stantly When fed in feed or water It is tho best preventive I have overseen Will Coomes Sap The suit of tho heirs of Or B D Cox against tho estate of James Hargls Ed Callahan and others for 10000 dam ages for tho murder of Dr Cox was dismissed at Lexington at tho cost of the j defendants a compromiso having been effected It Is said that the defendants 1Iaid 8600 industry of Hintmaking still thrives In Brandon England The h flints are sent to Africa and other where tho guns of 100 years 1countries in active service Notice Chicken Raisers It 41144 cures cholera gapesroup canker and lImberneck Price COc No cure no pay Guaranteed by Now Stanford Drug Co INine thousand tons of English wal tho estimate of exports on this seasons yield in southern California A little child of Swan tell into a tub of water at his home near Nor tonvlllo and was drowned A Beautiful Romance CRAB OnciiAno Juno 8ln August 1900 I arrived in Harlantown Harlan county Ky Circuit court was In ice sion Jndge W F Hall presiding I was immediately employed to defend John H Nolan for two homicides I called up as a witness a dead man and acquitted my client In 15 minutes Was employed in 10 other felony cases Stayed 17 days boarding with n brother lawyer with three beautiful daughters Mary 18 Mattie 1C Susie 10 years All too old for me but Susie the youngest who played the organ for me three times a day Ten times in the morning 12 oclock and 10 times after supper making 30 tunes a day but the same tuno all tho time There is a Land That Is Fairer Than Day was all wanted to hear In tendering my heart and hand to this beautiful mountain lau whose dwelling cost 0 000 and whoso grand father owned 133 slaves in days antebellum the bright little fairy said Mr Bobbitt if I wait six years for you you will bo six years older too when you como after me This I did not dispute But wo became engaged however On May 15 1908 while at outs with another sweetheart I wrote to this mountain beauty and received the following let ter which is an exhibition of female constancy and devotion scarcely paralleled In history romance or fiction HAHLAN KY May 24 1908 Mr F F Bobbitt Your letter dat ed May 14th received and although it was the greatest surprise of my life it was the most pleasant one I have newer forgotten you even though it has been many years since I lost saw you Mattlo and I were talking about you the day before I received your letter I just supposed you had forgotten me long ago I most certainly am pleased to know that you still remember me Yes I have taught school some but havnt been teaching for about two years I am a stenographer now I have thought at times that I never would teach another school But all my folks want me to teach again this year I think they would rather I would stay at home and teach than go away and work in an office For my part I would rather work in an office I was at Pineville all winter I worked in the county clerks office Have been at home since April How many sweethearts have you now Mr Bobbitt I would have thought you would have been married long ago I havnt any beau at all Are you not sorry for met I am getting 10 old and ugly nobody will have me CT Do you think you will ever come to Harlan again I would bo pleased indeed to see you I dont suppose you would recognize me now I havo grown so much I can still play There is a Land That is Fairer Than Day Every time I hear that piece I think of you I remember the dress you gave mo I remember how proud I was when first I wore It Oh 1 never will forget you and your many kind nesses Dont wait eight years before you write to me again If you do I shall think you have forgotten me Very sincerely SUDIE S All my folks send regards Answer soon Yours S F F Bonnm1 Wonk women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure Thoso soothing heal log antiseptic suppositories po direct to the seat of these weaknesses My II Book No 4 For Women contains many valuable hints to women and it 14 free Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wls to mall It Ask the Doctor In strict oat confidence any question you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Curo is sold by Pennys Drug Store Central University has conferred the degrco of LL D on tho Rev Baxter P Fullerton of St Louis moderator of tho General Assembly of tho Pres byterian Church U S A and upon Dr J R Howerton former moderator of tho General Assembly of tho South ern Presbyterian Church The Best Pills Ever After doctoring 15 years for ehron lo Indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done mo in much good as Dr Kings New Lire Pills I consider them tho best pills over sold writes B F Ays cue of Ititflosldi N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Storo 25o I Hunter Work Got u job you can put mo on guvlnor Superintendent Job Why Ive note men now than I have work for Hunter WorkWell but the little Id do wouldnt make any difference Fearing assassination at tho hands of night riders Lewis Kinney a tobacco farmer attempted sulcldo by hanging at his home in Bracken county forimany NEWS NOTES Dr W W Durham charged with night riding was acquitted at Hopkins ville Moberly Mo went wef by 735 Saloons have been running there for yearsSeven drownfngs are reported in the vicinity of Helena Mont as a result of the prevailing floods Fourteen persons were killed and 60 injured in tho wrecking of a pilgrims train near Rome Italy Mrs Evaline Hornback 35 years old of Shelby county committed suicide by putting matches in water and drinking- It At Crumps Tenn John E Perkins ono of the leading young men of that section was shot to death by his wife being mistaken for a burglar Secretary Mctcalf announced that the two new battleships authorized at the last session of Congress would be named Florida and Utah respectively The Bracken county grand jury refused to Indict the men charged by Lewis Kinney with being In the party of night riders that whipped him A general reduction In the price of finished steel products has been agreed upon by tho largo manufacturers after an all day conference In New York Mrs Thomas Murrill shot and killed Miss Mary Terry in Breathitt county It is said Murrill had deserted his wife and gone to live with the Terry woman Acquilla Cook aged 50 who lives alone on his farm ono mile from Campbcllsville was found dead on the floor by neighbors breaking into the houseAt Memphis Mrs Una May Wcin stein daughter of the late T M Ious ton shot and fatally wounded J T Lowe tho man who killed her father in Tunica Miss The annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans began Tuesday at Birmingham Chief interest centers in tho election of a successor to Gen Stephen D Lee Soldiers and night riders had a clash in Brown county Ohio A large numIber of shots were exchanged could not be learned whether anyone was killed or not In tho United States court at Toledo the Wheeling and Lake Erie railroad went into the hands of a receiver B A Worthington of Cleveland wasI named as receiver Robert H Green the Waynetown Ind banker convicted of horse steal Ing was sentenced to from one to 14 years In tho penitentiary disfranchised for one year and fined 10 Tho disturbances in the tobacco belt are practically over It Is believed by Adjt Gen P P Johnston and the number of militiamen in active service is gradually being reduced In a baseball game at Fancy Farm a small town seven miles west of May field Sunday afternoon Loyd Shelton was struck over the heart by a batted ball and died ten minutes later The Knabe Chickering and Foster Armstrong piano factories have been consolidated under the name of the American Plano Company with a capi tal of 6000000 preferred and 6000000 common stock Acting under orders from Nationa headquarters the strike of union min ers which has been on in Hopkins Webster Union and Crittenden coun ties since January was called off by tho National Board members in the dis inlet Rufe Hunter a farmer living near Marks ville Tenn was called to his door and shot to death by a band of men whose identity is unknown The cause of tho killing is not known but is supposed to bo tho result of tobacco troubles existing in that section Thinks It Saved His Life foster M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings Now Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my Ufo I have found it a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no mote bo without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly 40 years Pow Discovery has stood at tho head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs It has no equal Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store SOc and 81 Trial bottle free If Cicero and Burko and Webster hould como to life again and hear some oC the school children recite their peechcs they would bo sorry they poke Somervillo Journal ucklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Cacht ran Go writes I had a bad sore some on tho instep of my foot and ould find nothing that would heal it mill I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25c box won the day for me by affecting a per ect cure Sold under guarantee at Bennys Drug Store MIDDLEBURG Miss Mayme Smith of Fordsvllle Is visiting Miss Ruby Fogle Prof D E Fogle is at home from Georgetown College Stanley McIntosh cashier of the Waynesburg Bank was here Sunday Stanley is a mighty good boy and ev erybndy Is glad to see him when he comes over Rev W G Tilford is at tending the General Association at Lou isvilleContrary to the expectation of almost every one who had formed an opinion the Commonwealth was able to make out quite a strong case against Rufus Taylor for killing Harlan Carman at Walltown It was claimed that the de fense would prove that Carmun was at tempting to draw a pistol when the fatal shot was fired but no such testimony was produced On the other hand it was shown thatTaylor was out gunning at the time and was thought was not particular what kind of game he foundT Spears died at his home on In dian Creek 2J miles above town Mon day He had a stroke of paralysis sev erol months ago from which he never recovered and death was perhaps a sweet relief to him Mr Spears was 77 years old and had lived in this vicin- Ity all his life He was kindhearted clever man and everybody was his friend He leaves a wife and four children A R and John Spears of Lincoln county Charley Spears and Mrs Cy Russell of this county De ceased had been a member of the Christian church for many years and had lived a consistent Christian life anIIMiddleburg cemetery in the pretence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends andrelatives IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dillard Fain was given a year In the penitentiary for forgery in the Jesse mine circuit court Judge S A Gann who has been in the mercantile business at Jamestown for two years made an assignment to 0 B Bertram Saturday Assets and liabilities unknown to usAdalr News The Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of tho Rockcastle circuit court in the case of John A Witt against the Western Union Telegraph- Co Witt lived at Livingston and a telegram was sent to him at Williams burg notifying him of the death of his sister Martha Thompson Tho mes sage arrived one day was delivered the next and when it was received It was too late to catch the train to get to Wllliamsburg to attend the funeral of his sister lie brought suit for dam ages and secured a judgment of 400 A dispatch from Lawrenceburg says The case of Noel Gaines against Percy Haly and the Kentucky State Journal Co charging libel for which Gaines is suing for damages was called In the Anderson circuit court The plaintiff submitted an affidavit to swear Judge Marshall off the bench and he agreed to retire He was alleged to have made some remarks derogatory to Gaines during the trial of a former case which was brought by Gaines against the newspaper The fact that ho had vacated the bench was communicated to Gov Willson who then appointed Judge W H Holt to sit in the case A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a rood word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 430 Houston St Now York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications whilo for lame back and weak kidneys It cannot bo tea highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive functions purify tho blood and Impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store 50o To wed or not to wed That is tho question Whether tis better To remain single And disappointment a few women for a time Or marry And disappoint one woman For life W R Wardof Dyersburg Tenn writes This is tocortlfy that I havo used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for hroniu constipation and It has prow eu without a doubt to bo a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It 4a with pleasure I otter my consoien lou reference Pennys Drug- Store A youth giving tho name of Jamea Montague when arrested at Minneapolis for murder said he only wanted excitement Finding tho saloons and theaters closed ho walked up to A P Camden and shot him dead Cool Comfortable Summer Clothes Come and see our line of Summer Clothes and be convinced of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHTCASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER HC CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIREOTOaSi J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John FICash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek ftrst Rational rank Stanford Jfc Organixnf 382 Capital iSiock SSOOOO Surplus and Ifndhidad Profiti SJ9OOO t Jar pCl111 Eioictonds since Organization 2IJ500 Snvilo tyotv jfccounts on Our I9 ms OFFICERS S Hooker President- S T Harris Vice President John McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr- WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmure J M Pettus S H Baughman 1 F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson IT P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE TO TILL Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you intend taking a trip flu out blank and mail for Information H C KINO C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky Name Add uIDestination l NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS 41144 Cure Cholera Gapes Koup Canker Bud Liinberncck Prico 50 cuts No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Guaranteed by George L PennyfPharmacist STANFORD KENTUCKY UARDSTOWN KY May 4 1908 Ono drop of 44 144 dropped down the billof a gaping chicken kills tho worms nod relieves the chicken instantly When fed in feed or water it is the best preventativC I have ever known WILL COOMES l The Interior Journal L Co WALTON J W FOLEY Jin candidate for Assaisor of Lincoln coun tytubject to the octlon ut the democratic party W L MCARTV- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action 01 the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county tubjcct to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEYJR It a CAndldnte for the nomination for judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to till action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE II candidate for magistrate In the Htnn ford district subject to the democratic prl mart of June t JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to tte action of tbe Democratic party JAMES C HAYS lift candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county- ubJec to the action of the llsniocratlo- party DCALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM- of Lincoln county SIXTEEN more votes were landed in the Taft column when the Republican National Committee disposed of the contests from Kentucky along with one district in Florida and three from Georgia After the First and the Fifth districts of Kentucky had been decided In favor of the Taft delegates Senator elect Bradley declined to continue with those from the Sixth and Eleventh dis tricts saying he would take them be fore the credentials committee of the convention The National Committee then seated the Taft delegates Mr Bradley left the room in an illhumor declaring he was tired of the brace game that was being carried on SOME person signing hhnself T P E in the Danville Advocate nominates Hon Harvey Hay of Boyle for Sena tor to succeed Senator R L Hubble of this county claiming that it is Boyle countys time to furnish the Senator eems to us that it is of more impor tance to nominate a man who can win than it is to play the time about game Senator Took has proven that he can win What has he done that ho should not be endorsed 1 Did he stick too close to Nominee Beckham for the one TP E 1 FORMER SENATOR CHANDLER in a speech to Negroes at Washington ad vised them to vote against Taft and urged them to open negotiations with the democratic party to secure preservation of their rights The New Hampshire republican told his colored friends that the democrats were not so bad after all The old fellow seems to have gotten some sense in his noggin since Senator Blackburn pulled his ears A RAT saved the life of a St Louis woman It was not an ordinary every day rodent but one of those fearful things the women put in their hair Miss Emma Lanahan was thrown with frightful force from her carriage her head striking the pavement The rat softened the blow or Miss Lanahans skull would have been crushed the doc tors say SINCE the death of Gen Stephen D Lee there remain but two surviving Lieutenant Generals of the Confederate army They are Gen A P Stewart of Biloxi Miss and Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner of Kentucky General Stewart celebrated his Both birthday anniversary on October 7 last Gen Buckner is about 85 JAMES B STEARS for manyyears as sociated with Harry McCarty in the publication of the Jessamine Journal has bought of D 0 GroJT the Nicholas ville Democrat and will edit it TilE world is getting better it would seem The brewers In convention at Milwaukee declared for temperance That means drink beer instead of red liquor we suppose POLITICAL The first headquarters for candidates for Vice President were opened in Chi cago for John Hays Hammond of New JrYork are that Secretary Cor telyou will be advanced by the Roosevelt and Taft forces at Chicago as their candidate for Vice It has been determined by the friends of Gov Curtis Guild of Massachusetts that his name shall be presented to the Chicago convention as a candidate for Vice President MATRIMONIAL Joseph Lcithcr and Miss Juliette Williams were married in Washington Miss Bessie D Ramsey daughter of Louis H Ramsey of Lexington was married this week to Stanley E Platt of Rising Sun Ind News comes that Miss Pearl Burn side formerly of this place but now residing in Columbus Ga with her sis ter Mrs E P Owsley will be married the latter part of this month to Mr Richard Putnam a prominent young merchant of Lebanon The prospective bride is one of the finest young women any where and Mr Putnam is to bo congratulated on winning her heart and handTANNERNuNNELLEYAt high noon Wednesday at her home at McKinney Miss Florence Tanner the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs K L Tanner was joined in wedlocks holy bond to Dr Henry C Nunnelley of Winchester The ceremony was performed by Rev J L Yandle pas tor of the Presbyterian church in this city The bride was dressed in a hand some traveling suit of blue and her natural beauty showed to its best ad vantage Thehouse was tastily decor ated with both cut flowers and potted plants and the scene presented when the contracting parties took each other for tho journey through life was abeau tiful and inspiring one The ceremony over an elegant fivecourse breakfast was partaken of by the large number of friends and relatives present After this Dr and Mrs Nunnelley took a carriage for Rowland where they board ed a train for Winchester They will go at once to housekeeping in a pretty home at 138 W Hickman street that city The bride who is a petite bru nette is a delightful young woman and is greatly admired by all who know her She is the youngest daughter of one of the wealthy and influential families of Lincoln county and is ac complished to a high degree The groom is a prominent physician of his city is a close relative to the Nunnel leys of this county and is a pleasing gentleman He is to be congratulated on winning so fair a bride Many beautiful presents were sent by admir ers of both Dr and Mrs Nunnelley and it took a whole room to display them Dr Nunnelley was accompanied by the following friends from his home town Misses Alice Nunnelley and Ella Fish back and Dr G S Brooks and Messrs J M Nunnelley and A J Earp CASHBAUGHMAN A beautiful home wedding was that of Miss Lita Belle Cash and Mr Harry C Baughman at the Cash residence on Danville Avenue at 830 Wednesday evening Relatives and immediate friends were present and it was the concensus ofopinion that a fairer or more lovable bride had not been seen for a long time Tho elegant home was lighted with myriads of can dles while evergreens and potted plants added beauty and cheer to the auspic ious occasion A few moments after the appointed hour the pretty little ribbon bearers Misses Clara Cash and Catherine Harris nieces of the bride made their appearance in the parlors where the guests had assembled and they were followed by Eld J W Ha gin of Covington a brotherinlaw of the now Mrs Harry C Baughman Mr Baughman and Miss Cash then came slowly in and facing the minister who had taken his position before a large bank of ferns smilax and other evergreens they were pronounced husband and wife The ceremony was an exceedingly pretty one and Mr HaI gins well chosen words added much to its beauty Considerable time was spent in congratulations after which the guests repaired to the dining room where refreshments served by Benedict of Louisville were enjoyed The bride who is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J F Cash was gowned in a creation of white satin that was exceedingly becoming She wore the conven tional bridal veil and carried a huge bunch of brides roses She was indeed a picture of beauty Mr Baughman wore a suit of black Probably two more generally popular young people have not plighted their troths In years in Stanford than this happy pair Mrs Baughman is a charming woman very accomplished and her sunny disposition makes those love her most who know her best Mr Baughman is a fine business man and a gentleman at any and at all times lie is assistant cashier of the First National Bank of this place and is filling that responsible position most acceptably After refreshments had been enjoyed and a short while spent in conversing Mrs Baughman repaired to her room andexchanged her bridal gown for a traveling suit of blue A few words of parting followed and then they were off for a bridal tour of the South driving to Danville to catch a Q C train Miss Margaret Lewis a cousin of Mrs Baughman gave Mendelsshons wedding march very sweetly as the bridal party approached the man of God There were no attendants Mr and Mrs Baugh man will be gone several weeks and on their return will go to housekeeping in their beautiful home on East Main Street where the best wishes of their legion of friends will ever be with them Tho bridal presents received wero nu merous and beautiful Included in the lot was a check from the brides fath er of five or six figures Goats for Sale I have for tale n trice pair of goats and harness to nt them work well either goatWllIlellatUnlAit DUST 8ANtii IlustonvllleK- yADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I All persons having claims against H 0 proventoPersons owing satd estate will come forward and settle at once J T 1IUIU1IT- Admr HC Bright Deceased FOR SALE I CockerelsEgBsMallard Duck Eggs or young Duoks Call and see them Jt8 W J KDMIHTOX hone Crab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE I tnCmbSATURDAY JUNfa 27 1W8 the following dcicrl bed property One hand workl1lloodfurniture lots of beds and tad ding Qtieemware and Tableware centre chairslounges7orother things too tedious to mention Alto garden utensils Terms iliad known on dadof lade W M DOOKKM MD P Chandler A- uctAdorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey Bull descended from a and unbroken line of the mot noted bulls and row on the Island of Jersey England nnd America Ills ImllOrand M belleveLikebegetsome Ancestor nod have litrlclltI00t1cow you should vice He will Iw allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a lee of 13 each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred UK II 4 OTTI It KyNbull calves that will be told at right prices 60 YEARS 1EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a sittrh and dwerkllnn aacertaln our whether probablralfnOolDmllDIUonlltrlellronDdent Tfurecunnauueetapiwlnotkaitwit Scientific American A ban oomolr UlnitrslM wwilr I rrMt Hr rotation of ur icltnune fern U eartfourmontbetlt tloldbyallnewdaler- IIIUNN CO3s1Brcadan New York branch Office K BU Wublni ton U DON VARRICK This magnincently bred young stallion will umke the season of ltu at my place In HtanforiKy better known us the lit Bal ley place nt to Insure a Ishand Don Varrlck Is n rich chestnut In forehead white feet nuovennkles behind- siiort back excellent bone mind nne muscles just the typo you are looking for to breed your mares Don Varrlck U by the grout Onward Silver JOSH that wklfor1211uy he by onward one of the very best sons of Ueorge Wllkent Onward wits out of Dolly and no mare ever produced 2 such Illuitrl ous sons as onward und Director onward Silver won the Transylvania III liwj in a 7 heat race defeating such talent at Nude Jay 2l1 anti Jhllln f hot The same year he won time linnner Memorial and Massa chusetts In broken heats Don Varrlck 1st dart by Wllkes Nov by George Wllkesand a full sister Mn ry b1DOlt gaireyEagetiedam of Mid the the dam of Itubber Silo Winchester Xli Hilly Wilton S bland MI K 223 This rich Inheritance of speed and blood lines should appeal to the public who wishes to breed Mai e kept at toe per day All care taken but will not be responsible for accident or escapes lilt 10 Stanford GALTON 12910 Season of ftlre of Calvin C lIllIfAl Burnt 2294- nod six others with IIO to sue those are the only ones that were ever hand led for speed the sire of one dam with one In the isto list Hired b iambetta Wll kes 2iv 4 the lire of In the Jao list In Sluand better claimed to be the greatest tire In the world lit dam Daliey Field grand dam of 6 with records of from tl7 to rU h Knleldt2V ton of Hambltonlan 10 dam by Heeleys American War Enfold rtI has o In 530 his daughters have dl In 2nd dRill Quickstep by Ken- tucltyPrince JrslreofJl rsHJi Lemonade 217 and dams of 16 In the z9U list Ird dam by Old Joe tire of the dam of J Q Dalton carries the blood of four leading families Hatnblotontan Wilkes Mambrlno Chief amid HeeleY1 Allier enn Sitar Oultoni colts ha vvgoneagalnst and defeat cd the but In burn classes und roadster rings they lire In great demand as high as IIfun after maturity yearlings front lbil to 12fI Claltlln will stand at lilY stumble 2 tiles west of Hustonvllle on llradfords ville pike at 115 to Insure a living colt Mon duo If more is traded after being bred- llontyof grass at stro per month saved expressly for mares no other stock mixed with mares and large stables for mares to foalOruin fed at rout IhonelnretldenceHuitonvllleKxchange W JIDODD Husionvlllu Ky Morgan Denmark This fine stallion will make tbe present season at the low price of eight dollartto In sure a living colt lIe luau more Denmark blood than any living million nt will be pedigree Morgan Denmark shownhi the noted stallion On Timo whose pedigree traces back to the Imported orgun Denmarks first dam Lady Morgan was one of the lent saddle and show mores In Kentucky She was sired by Stonewall Jackson J K BAUGHMAN lllack Jack with whlto point 10 hiindi high large head and ears heavy lane was sired by Tnrktngton Napoleon J Klllln excellent mule and Jennet Jack awl a proven sure foal getter As a breeder he hUI been true and proven second to none In thl local ity Ho will stood at the low price of 10 to Insure a living colt Jennets sauna turmt as mares JOHNThe noted Snot Cochran lack hat been tried In this locality for 10 years and given satisfaction He Is In splendid condition to mnke the present season and will stand at the low prIce of f7 to insure a living colt You run no risk In patronizing such a Jack BULL 01181dollarTho stave mentioned stock will tend nt my turn one mile North of Irenchertvllle plkoMareprice Individual attention at nil times and skilled service rendered but not responsible should any occurItHtnnford IU K D No Baitln Phone 78 F Dorsey Golddust 12052 byZlleadlJustinMorgantensely Inbred Morgan italllnn He n dark- breedeerhebusfeweyunie isuo a poundsunl form of highclan bow and rood horses combining all the qualities for bar neasandsadileandindemand at rice 10 of hll got having sold for IOO mind It and yearolduor ly fnrm bro en my UI ralilngi have sold In tbu past year for will make the present leon at my farm near Htnnford nt fa to luiuro a living colt Also a large and floe n grandson of Tom Keene mind Joe lihicklmrn at to Insure n living colt Mares kept at Iou per tiny hood uttentlon but no responsi blllt for accidents or escapes F UE1H Danville Ky POSTED trlcUyforbhpassing on our places and will prosecute vi olator to thu full extent of tho law 1eppletMrsHpoonamoraIM K Lawrence Heulien Curtis J H Hockey J M IVltus UnajrollAmnndt hastyMrsAdorMemerJames NUatb J Nevln Carter O M Hack Joseph Jlnllou MItIytle Mrs Jill Ilalnet CarpenterMrsThompMinThomHsVerrlll David Horton It launch itelebenletchllrosFred Albert VonOruengaa A T Traylor lhlllllllllfYfed unnelIeyvWItaughusutJW II Mooch W H Itlgnry lar1UIlnnJohnJohn Cnl11euhc WmCordler KhnolfnDavid Htevent John Jufllr IUO Durham WiItout FndllandoriAdelinetrstg J JTlioinp on Andemon J K Mowr Mr antMrs Jas H Kads A Klbnsa Mrs NJ Horton Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 100 acres on tbe near Highland 6room house barn amtoth- eroutbulldingrnice orchard This property 1s near and schoolhouse is well JISUONo South of Crab Or twostoryhouseed about stores of this lard ls bottom- land and produces one crops A bargain at 1150 H cash balance In one and two years Noslie acres on hock Way nesburg room house tarn antiother out buildings plenty of water Cast price U o4lhlacres near Level Oreen Hock cattle county Ky This farm has a new story would cost to build now 2100 good barn crib Ac located near church and school This It a nice home and can bu bought for lq per acre K cash rev lualnderln IS mouths No 6114 acres adjoining the above farms UOucras In of4 rooms good barn and other outbuildings nice or chard One of the best springs In tbe coun ty Price S3O half and I years No ftSH acres adjoining farms No and- S iw acres In cultivation balance In tim ber Oood white oak hickory nnd tome line cedar liua story lug hutenml good orch ard well watered Iash price saWJ No7Muacres near Maretsburg Kyloo acre In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school church and II K station Trice pidu cash balance In one and two year- sNoi2lIabresnear Oonwny Ky nearly all of this farm Is bottom land fine for corn and meadow very ooddwelllnrhousenew barn and other buUdlng on county road a miles front lterea College Cash price t1 txoNo fr 3ucres on Drakes Creek a miles from Crab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and It a part of the Oeo Evans farm This Is fine land and In Rood condition all necessary buildings This Is a bargain ot IlK per acre No 1075 acre near Htanford Koo In nlcr shape with all necessary hulldingsete- can be bought worth the inoiiej For full particulars In regard to all the above farms leu or II Hughes or James I White Stanford K- yTIlE WARFIELD Trial t2ITrottlnr Btalllon 10 bredhands foaled August lout at Vintage Farm East Aurora N Y Klrst dam ty Ulrl by Ilex minters stjua hyear old re cord lillUi sire of Itottleton 4yr record 2Of4 American Hello ayr 212i and other In 2a lt a son of onward Uli re cord 25k sire of Onward Hllver 2lS and liD others In the S30 list Onward was sired by George W liken SIC 2nd dam Duenna slird by Mambrlno King 1278 sire of 75 Including of tilt Manor 2Mt4Loot 1lerby21 H Heir ut jaw 5Ors Otlll rt In 110 end dam Dot 1st by Nutwood A0 the tire of in the lilt 4th dnm Topaz by Btrathmore sire In the list 6th dam Mlllnrd Albloir 6th dam Ned by Kdwln Forest 7th dam Ludy Turner by Mambrlno Chief II The Wnrfleld was bred to only mnres ohllleIzWnrilleld representative itnlllon In all the term Implies To my that he tine size substance and speed only Jn port emphasize this ton of Vitro Ievllllehasthentand they sire of such symmetrical character us to make him u stallion among many Ills head and neck baby feet and are perfect and when seen In connection wltbb Ifuultlelllftlt and great beauty are especially 1IIIIInt You should see t II horse before brvedlmt You will nay you never looked nt n better one The Wnrfleld It the only million that hot damns In the great brood mure list He linn two blanbrlno King crosses two Mambrlno Iatchen two Mambrlno OIlier one flblmet one Onward I George Willie Electioneer I Nutwood Hlnithmoro more trotting crossea than any stallion III Vt The Wartleld II by Dare Devil WM record Zwi lie by Mambrlno King he by Mnmbrlno Patches M he by Mambrlno byElectioneermire Devil It a great winner He won the championship at the National horse Show 11I1jj class first National Horse Show In elms chllnlllonhllNaUo1I1I1 Horse Show IMIc Show IW class 10 cllnlllllonhllNnllonal Horse Show c Hhow 11U clftlM3 lint lIl1onlll horse Hltow 1ku class first Boston Homo Hhow lit 81 reserve Boston Horse Slow clans I second Norton HorseHhow lift damn sec ond Boston horse Hhow Dirt class 2 reserve Boston Hone Hhowltuu clans third Ibas JheDau24 eIlljliugbtertIIHllrllh Ham HWillI mile from McKinney Ky nt f to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the good BLACK JACK CONQUEROR nt r to Insure n Living Colt Helm god Individual UK hands high white good length McKlnpeyeKyd fet B M O WKNH A SON Visitors and H f TravelersI We call your attention to our stock of Hand Bags Suit Cases And Trunks t You cant4travel without theme You must have them and ours are the ones to buy Thesehand bags are light durable and hand some inj irritation leather genuine leather andaligator in pricesfrom 250 to 1250 Soil cases Always on nand i J t In various grades from 350 to 15 Our ttrunk stock is always good and full from a very cheap one to and extra nice 40inch t ladies trunks r H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 11 8 ES7 tyyf BICYCLE REPAIRS Double Tube Tires 3 and 350 Each Single Tube Tires 150 Each Inner Tubes M W and 125 Each For all Bicycle Repairs Call on Us PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Claims Notes And Ya Accounts l- e Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United States Claims of all kinds carefully looked after in all parts of the country RealEstate of all kinds sold and exchang ed Correspondence solicited j Somerset Real Estate Agencyf Somerset Ky j r fr The Interior Journal STANFORD KvM JrxK 12 1908 tED Cedar Flakes are made from tho wood of genuine red cedar and are sure protection against moths ICc a i package Pennys drug store PERSONALS IMISS MARiE MAHONY is visiting Lot Uvillo friends Miss LEVISA HARMS is visiting Lou tsvllle friends BORN to the wife of Jay Freeman a 10 pound girl MR WILL SEVERANce went up to Corbln yesterday V MRS J F HOLDAM is visiting rel ativcs at Crab Orchard MRS L It HUGHES Is with tho homofolkg at Mt Vernon DR J A BOLIN of Hustonvillc Is t in our city Somerset Journal GIJOUGR G MBNEFKB is at homo from Rolla Mo for a few weeks t JuncF3 J C HEMPIIILL and M D Hughes of Lancaster were this week Miss ETTA BELLE ROOT is buck from Moline III where she taught the past1 r year MK ELUBU 1UNKIK official court stenographer Is hero from Harrods burgCAPT D II GOYEM of this place was at Wildie Rockcwtlo county this week MEBDAUEB JAMES GmsoNandA L Gun of Lexington are with Mrs John LutesMiss LINDA MILLER has returnee from Knoxville where she taught UK past year FRANK EATON of Carey Bell county spent a few days with his sister Mist Claudia Eaton MISSES JENNIE NEWLANU and Claudia Eaton went to Richmond Tuesday to enter the Normal School ELD J W HAOIN of Covtngton ar I t rived Tuesday to be present at the BaughmanCash marriage MRS T S WEBb JR and sons 41 of Knoxville are with her parents Judge und Mrs M C Sauflcy MR W S DUNHAM Is at Hardin Grove S D prospecting Mrs Den 4t ham is with her parents In Boyle JAMES MCELWAIN OWSLEY who It with his cousin Freddie Phillips in Atlanta is with malarial fever l Miss MARGARET IEWIS attended the marriage of her cousin Miss Lila Belle Cash to Mr II C Baughman Miss NANNIE WOODS ENOLEMAN went to Mlllersburg to act as brides maid in the FriendCarpenter nuptials MR THOMAS II EADS has rented the Helm property on Somerset Avenue and will move with his wife to It in a few days MIss IUCILE COOPER arrived Wed nesday night from Boise Idaho where she taught the past year in the Slate for tho Deaf HARVEY HELM hCt Tuesday for He will likely return in 1School the Denver Convention after i ho will visit the Philippine Is MIL WILL HOPPER of this place was one of the graduates of Central University this week lie made aTe cord by completing a fouryear course I lq in three years Mn AND MRS W B JARVIS of the East End ore visiting their children at Anderson Ind They will go from that city to Toledo 0 and thence to Win nipeg Canada liON P M McRoBERTS acted aa Iipeelsl judge for several days while t Judge Den attended the Lexington convention He presided with his usual dignity and fairness REV D M WALKER and family af ter spending two weeks with the fam ily of Mr and Mrs M S Baughman left a few days ago to visit Mrs Walk ers parents at Vanceburg MRS LOTTIE D Puon entertained at her residence the Pigg House Monday night opening the gaieties of the Summer season with a dance in honor of Mr Burnett of Chicago London Sentinel Miss NELUE OTTER of Stanford who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Joe Verne on Fourth avenue and 11111 street for several weeks will return home on FridayWedncsdnya Cour ler Journal J LOCALS WEDDING presents at W H Muel lers ALL calicoes are n cklaat Sever ances NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins Wearen PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wcarcn CALL on T D Newland for German millet seed BINDER Twine and Harvester oil at W H HteBJnsi SEE the D E Lawn Mower before buy George H Farris fMOVING pictures at Waltons Opera Admission 10 and 15c MR WILL KISER of Paris will be over Monday to finish taking up and 10071hemp SHIRTS and underwear Cummins Wcarcn WANTED 50 tolacres of good wheat land D B Rambo Brodhea Ky SHOUT Iota of mattings under room sizes at very low prices Trlbblq Pence WANTED to rent a 100acrc farm near Stanford Emil Greenburg Dan villa WANTED 6Ogood two yenr ol owes or ewe lambs H C Anderson Stanford TALK up the Lincoln county fair which will be held at Stanford July 22 23 and 24 w JUST RECEIVED New lino of Ladles Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum mlns Wearen BILL BLAKELY dwwas give 30 days in jail for stealing a lot of leather from It G Jones store r BLOODHOUNDS FOR SALE Sevcral bloodhounds trained and ready for Per vice for sale Write to or call on Mlu Nannie Brown Hustonville ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper You can now converse with you friends in the Goshen section The lInoI has been completed from Gilbert Creel to the Stanford Exchange FOR SALEMy splendidly Improve farm of ISO acres One of the bes farms In the county On Hustonvlll pike three miles from Stanford Cal on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky IWE can send you tho Courier or Times from now until Dec for 125 This offer is good onI ly for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscriber and money must always be accompan led by tho order IF you want to what you have lost toll or phone the INTERIOR Jouit NAL about it said Mr John J Allen of Hustonvillc to us Monday Mr AI len lost his pocket book and in an hour after wo had set up an advertisement about It tho book was located HILL SPALDING Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court of Louisville has received an appointment as Assistant sergeant atArms at the Republican National Convention to be held in Chi CJijto The appoinmcnt was made bj John W Yerkes National Committeeman for Kentucky MOVING pictures all the week at Walton Opera louse Tho Globe Amusement Co has a fine lot of mov- Ing pictures and slides and tho enter alnmcnt is a most unique and enjoyable one t Admission adults 15c children lOc The performance lasts one hour and 20 minutesT IN a spirited game baseball Tuesday afternoon Stanford defeated Lancaster on the latters grounds by the core of r to 3 Onr boys were in fine orm and each one played his part like a professional Coffey and Penny did perfect battery work while Howell at hort stop made some catches that bordered on to the phenomenal Lancas ers star performer was her umpire TilE grand jury will bein session Again today It will Investigate among other things the shooting at the circus In which Flavious Greer a special po iceman caught two bullets in the right rum from a pistol in the hands of Tom iarris a Negro The body might also irofitably spend a few hours looking iftcr the illegal whisky sellers in Stanford They are here and they should bo punished A YOUNG fellow who sent threaten- Ing anonymous letters to farmers in Lincoln county and who was caught lead to rights by a detective gladly compromised after being indicted by paying 325 and going to jail for six months The postal authorities will doubtless get him also This is paying pretty severely for tho cowardly habit but if anonymous letter writers learn a lesson from his punishment he will not have suffered in vain Of all tho mis irable cowards on earth the letter writer who fails to sign his name is the post craven Frankfort Journal CLOYDMrs L Jane Cloyd the aged grandmother of Mr George L Carpenter of Hustonville died in that little city Tuesday afternoon and was burled in tho Hustonville cemetery Wednesday afternoon after services by her pastor Rev H C Garrison of Danville Mrs Cloyd was visiting her grandson when she fell and sustained a roken hip From this she never recovered and tho end must have been a sweet welcome to her Deceased was 83 years old and was the relict of Mr Bennett Cloyd one of Lincoln countys loatlsubstantial citizens in his day lost of her long life had been spent in Lincoln but she has been a resident of lanvillo for a number of years She Is survived by one daughter Mrs D B Johnson of Ponca City Okla Mrs Cloyd was a most excellent woman and a devout member of the Christian church WE are now enjoying delightful Summer weather FRESH carload of Wall Plaster and Portland Cement just In J M Phillips HAVE your vehicle rerubbered with the best tires while you wait E T Pence 2t NEW long kid glover shammy gloves silk gloves 12 and 16 button at Severances GET the best sprinkling hose in town at Aldridges plumbing shop when It stops raining WE are now ready todoyour sawing Bills cut to order M F Lawrence R F No4 Stanford I HAVE all repairs forChampion and McCormack binders and mowers Also binder twine E T Pence Zi r MY bedding flowers and plants for graves are now ready Notify me If you wish any Ed Hubbard Stanford ANDERSON CARR JR colored was fined f20 in Judge W A Tribble court yesterday morning for slapping his sweetheart Carrie Bnrtloson MY keg license expires at midnight Saturday next 13th I am not permit ted to sell to others than whisky dealers after that date W H Tray lor distiller THERE will be an ecream and box supper on the lawn of Mr A G Faulkner at Highland next Saturday night The proceeds will go to the Methodist church All cordially invited to attend nnd help a good cause DrippingIvery fine dinner and supper at his sum mer resort Sunday It is a capital place to spend a few days and a cordial invi tation is extended to tho public to do so MOVING PICTURES The Schnellman Globe Amusement Co will give mov at Waltons Opera Houe tonight and tomorrow night Friday and Saturday On Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights Alcorns Opera House at Hustonvillc will hove this creditable attraction IN speaking of eballgame there Tuesday a dispatch from Lancaster to the Lexington Herald says The feature of the game was tho catching of Mike Penny of Stanford This lad is only 14 years of age but puts up an exhibition of tho game behind the mask that it would bo well if some of the bigger fellows would emulate ITnE case of Mrs Annie Engleman the L N was still occupying tho attention of the Lincoln circuit ourt when wo went to press She Is lulng for 30000 claiming that her laughter was killed by one of tne com anys trains on account of careless less on the part of the trainmen ridge M C Sauflcy and Mr Kindrick S Alcorn have spoken in the case and tudgeJ W Alcorn and lion Robert larding are yet to speak The Democratic Convention at Lex ington Starting off Harmoniously W H Shanks Defeated For Executive Committeeman LEXINGTON June 11 10 A DLAfter- conference last night it was agreed hat the delegates at large will bo Mc reary Beckham James Haldeman aynterand Mayo Stanley for chairman Beckham withdrawing Prewitt hairman of State Central and Exec itive Committees A G Rhea and lufus Van Sant members of the com litteo from StateatIarge 1 P MDr Kavanaugh of Ander son and Holloway of Jessamine were elected delegates to Denver film Eighth district J A Sullivan of Madison was chosen member of tho State Central Committee J Norton Fitch of Jessamine defeated lIon Wm H thanks of Stanford for executive com iltteeman Hon R H Tomlinson of larrard was made elector Senator R L lIubble of Lincoln vice president and W J Price of Danville and J T- Em ry of Stanford were made alternates to the district delegates Con cntlon promises to be harmonious J M ALVERSON Gen Clement A Evans of Georgia was elected Commandertn Chief of the United Confederate Veterans Memphis was selected as the place of hold- Ing tho next reunion A committee was appointed to consider the feasi ility of the project for the purchase of Jefferson Davis birthplace in Kentucky With the contests decided Wednesday by the National Republican Committee It is said that Taft lacks only three otes of enough to nominate on first ballot Contests Involving 94 votes are yet to be heard When your appetite is poor use MU na stomach tablets Penny sells them at 60 cents a box Money return od if they do not create good natural ppetlte Stanford residents should use Hyo mol at this season and cure catarrhal troubles which are so prevalent Sold by Pennys Drug Store under guarantee Beeson of IK- WSAMPSON Tide young luck will make this season nt IlRulthlllunfMIIIertvt ptkent flO to Insure mare colts and Isampanalit8IullfortlIlIlnItr ringo1lit In the nwrcpitnke ring nt taucniter the fJfhinow on my fnrm to show for theinwlrei I nndfoeKyPhone Pence JrPence Jr will tanks the ifaion of my barn mtle from Itowland nt to In lure n living colt It mare li traded or part ed with the teaion money becomes due IiyPencebsAhnontloppxrbottom VolunteerMyAillmhrinoby Ills Vermont rponIhlecur J Z HPOONAMOIIK Howlnod Ky Stonewall Jackson Jr This flue black Haddle Htnlllon was sired by the grentaddle breeding Mnlllon Old HtoiHWiill This coifs dam Will n Denmnrk mare Ho li n nice iolt Ho has colts to prove his Rood breeding Will ntnnd at H to Insure until weaning time bold n llwn on nil colts until paid for Ilarren mures made to stand by the impregnator Billy Breckinridge MajorJohnmake the season of ilia nt my horn at It to Insure n colt until weaning tune JIll pot of bUT U now on my farm to show for his good brvedlng He Is n lure fool getter ATTrnylorHons Pleasant breed Ing farm Htnnford K K U No PRESTON 922 Volll1 ntgnlledhuwduced winning at nil thll Kentucky fairs and about the horse at LoulllIIe Ht Louis find Kansas City He U a brown horse with black points lJj bands high with tine 1110 und very high action Hired by Washington M First dam Bell h Itboderlck Mccond duet by Ifenraark Ills useless to commend him as the pe pie of tills and adjoining counties know his record us u show hone and olio for breeding purposes mnketheIensonofliRatmP stn ble In Crab Orchard at 11610 Imurwii llylng colt Will keep mares on gnus ut li per month but not responsible tor accident or escape of stork Hvniondue If mare is trade ed or parted with JC HAIIKY Crab orchard Ky PEYTON My tine mule Jack will make the present seiuon nt Morelnnd Kynt ta tolneureu liv colt lies n sure gutter and con sider him no extra good mule lISa Mules round up when matured right nt hands high Also n tine black Jac- kTURNER with white polhts bnndi I Inch will be permitted to Hirve mares nt f to insure n Hoebls coition tny farm they aCt extra good I have two young Jacks Sunrlie nnd Midday that will serve it few hares gratis My like hor- seIndependence Chief tvlll serve n Ilmlteil number of mare nt jsto iiuure n living colt Independence Chiefs lit tint by Oamlmttn Wllke with ova producing diiins and sired Ottoman Chief IL H KINCl Morelnnd Ky Antecarlo 226 J 2f lade over Vertnlllet track In winning nice Hired by Anteo tltIS that sold for vujau at mbllcsnlc 1st dnm Nary Ann by Hall Bonn eon of Mambrlno Pntchen These 10 crosses produced The Abbot Ytffit hamplon trotting gelding of the world 2nd lam by Independence son of Andrew Jack ion Independence dam by American Htnr The American Htar and Andrew Jackson blood is responsible for Crenceus 204i the hRlllplol1 trottlni stallion of the world ion sw Antwnrloii two top crosses are re gtonibleforthe fastest gelding two next russet are responsible for the fastest stat ion Then you see he li better bred than Itherof them for he has the blood of both nUdirJo Is a solid brows horse 164 hands ilgh weighing 1170 pounds tine style und ration will strand nt 110 to Inure mare volts and IS to Insure borne colts BUCK VARNON lllnck Jock with old a4liaudshlgh Fine bredernm3great In llvldunl A of nne bone and action Will stand at flU to Inure n living colt Lien retained on colts for season money Mare traded or bred to other horses forfeits nsuruncu and makes season money due All will stand at my farm on Ottenbelm pIke Smiles front Htanford Mares grazed lit II per month Care taken to prevent acv Ideate but not responsible should and cur DIHIIUN HMITH Htanford Ky 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA t UI TI3 Y JUNE 14 SPECIAL TRAIN teasing Junction City 600 AM TICKET ALERT rca PARTICULARS ID0Ht overiooKi These Special Values Fast Colored Lawns 4c All Calicoes 5c Best Apron Check Gingham 6c Yardwide Brown Cotton 5c Big Line 1212 and 15c Ginghams lOc Linen Finish Suiting 8ce Colored Linens 25c quality 15c New white Wash Skirts 125 150 and 2 New Rugs Look in our Window at the nice new Rugs These we are offering at Special Prices Velvet Door Mats 59c 27x54 Velvet Rugs 150 36x72 Velvet Rugs tr t 298 Carpet Sample Rugs at 35c 45c and 98cIt SEVERANCE SON SouthEast Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY New Neckwear I No lady is considered well dressed unless her neck is in trim We now have in stock and ready for your in spection and you can select until your hearts content that we have one of the swellest lines of turn overs mer ry widows bows Windsors linen stocks and fancy bows of every de scription Prices from 5 to 25c Calicos at 5 Cents j TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY L Refrigerators Ice Chests and Ice Cream Freezers ==At=aR W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky- F 3 1fThe Interior Journal I MnUndin the PotlOffiee at Stanford 01 ttocndcltut m4U- ernauallD TUL5OAT ArID rRID4Y- BAT flOO PER YEAR CASH When not 10 paid 1100 will be charred Be D CARTER Now Liver Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Por the arrest and conviction of nny person trespassing upon my farm dy or night or doing injury In traveling the public blghway or inur7 to tock from the lands of other popIe Thu rewant refers to past present nnd tuturo I also otTer a pee Jal reward of sra for pnrtlculari see tue I nlso otTer two social of VO and 1eachJOCarpenter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite nnd Marble Monuments FirstClass Work nt Reasonable Prices Oflleo ROd Works McKlnney Ky Hbop closed on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over JfcRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Sign Writing Draper and House Painting Paper hunger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Graining Eta McKINNEY K- YINSURANCE Tire Lightning WindStorm Life and Aeeldent None but the BTBONOKaT and JIKBT Companies Represented Lowest Pos sible Rates Guaranteed toil Paying Bee er4 Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargajns MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Many Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have coated writing at a time when the farmer needs them the most A Friend In need Is n Friend Indeed The Home In surance Company of N Ythe largest and most popular Fire Insurance Company bus always and is now writing tobacco hams nnd oil classes of farm property They have not cancelled u single Policy even In coun ties where the tobacco trouble has been the worst For Insurance on all classes of fnrm property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen Insurance Man STANFORD KYl IThe Co UndertaKcra and Embalm er Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY l J C McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and r Dealer In Harness Saddler STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Photo FARMERS DEPARTMENT Geo Logan bought of T C Ball a buggy mare for 120 The Latonia race course is said to be losing 1000 per day FOR SALEFresh Jersey cow with third calf big milker W S Tewmey Danville Ky Gov Buchtel of Colorado says there will be no gambling on the races at Overland Park Buy your pure Sisal twine at 8c from J G Weatherford Co dealers In general merchandise Hustonville 4t FOR SALEA very fine young Duro Jersey sow safe In pig Farrow In Ju ly bred to a boar that cost 100 In II linois R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Night rider appeared at Ed Buckles tobacco bed and dug it up and noti fied him if he didnt want a whipping not to try it any more London Senti nelThere Is a stray hog on my place Came about a month ago Weighs now about 125 pounds Owner can get him by proving property and paying for this notice T B Hammonds R F D No2 Stanford A preliminary estimate of 17710000 acres of spring wheat sown with the condition of winter wheat placed at 86 per cent against 774 per cent a year ago is made in the June graIn report of the Department of Agriculture The Collins sale was made Wednes day by Long Tom Chenault and excel lent prices prevailed A threeyearold jack was sold to James Noland for 000 a yearling jack brought 185 and another yearling jack brought 250 Aged mares with colts brought from 115 to 150 40 cattle to go this fall were sold at 575 a pair of threeyear old mare mules went at 375 to Pleas Benton and a lot of yearling mules sold from 115 to 125 Richmond Register K one feels dull anti spiritless In the Spring or early Summer they call it Spring Fever But there Is no fever usually It is the after effect of our Winter habits The nerves are mostly at fault Tired wornout nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambition A few doses of Df Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of these depressing symptoms The Restorative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two but It will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy Is reach Ing that tired spot II Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonic It gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a falling appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test It a few days and be convinced Pennys Drug Store Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Crab Orchard July 153 days Stanford July 223 Georgetown July 285 dasILancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Durkcsvillc Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 daysaHealth Coffee Is really tho clos st Collee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was refently produced by Dr Shoon Racine WIs Not a grain of real Coffee In it lither Dr Shoops Health ColTeo Is made from pure toasted grains with lalt nuts etc Really it would fool I1n expertwho might drink it for Coffee No 20 or M minutes tedious rolling Made In a minute says he dcxtor Sold by Pennys Drug StoreIS SaWill Cure Consumptioni A A Herren Finch Ark writes Fo leys Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that It has cured consumption inthe flrst stages You never heard of any one using Foleys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store By a vote of 87 to 20 the Locke antiIracing bill was passed by the Louisiana House of Representatives The bill IsI now up to the Senate Red River has broken through the levee near Westdale La submerging 25000 acres of growing crops and frowning much stock The use of snake venom is increasing in tho practice of medicine and Its price is soaring upward rapidlyI Oliver II P Belmont the New York capitalist died after an illness of 10 days of appendicitis Near Combs Madison county Henry Kaylor was killed by his soninlaw William Keaton To stop any pain anywhere In 20 minutes simply take Just one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain means congestionblood pressure that Is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Tabletswill quicklyI coax blood pressure away from centers After that pain Is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get Instant help 20 Tablets 25o Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Thirteen persons charged with political offenses were executed In various cities of Russia If you will make Inquiry It will be a revelation to you bow many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles In one form or another If the patient Is loot beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Cure will cure It never disappoints Pennys Drug Store Small Farm For Sale I HltuMed on Bomerset pike four mites from Stanford Oontntns IW acre Good residence and nbundnnt outhouses In good repair For further iwrtlculnri cull nt thl offlco A GOOD FARM FOR SALE a I wilt soil privately my Satin of acre two tithes from Stanford on Dnnvllle pike good brick residence two good barn two ribs ond other necessary bulldlngst well wntertHl more than half In Terms easy Ill give poisoSslon in October It not sold by October will otler to highest bidder Jos UALLOU Stanford Ky NOTICE I All persons who having been and are now trespassing on the public road of Lin coin county Ky by otatructlng the high way In any manner are hereby notllled to remove seine at once or they will Iw prose cuted to the fullest extent of the law This April SI K DUDIIKRAK Supervisor MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 80 F 4 A M will meet Instated communication on each Omit und third Monday nights of each month at 7UM oclock In their hull on ain street Stun ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present U L Penny v 31 T W Penntngtoii Sec GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there j so difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Mprlne A Hummer goods I tan make train a low price business suit to lbs Jlneltdrtll suit Overcoats Trout in and Fancy Vests The company I sep resent Is second to none HO UUPLBY The Tailor Stanford Ky Heart Strength tnqniWervgtrmnzthlOvely not one weak heart In a hundred Is In It self actually dhjeased It Is almost always a lauTIllmoreItablltr7ronUnuetothese sann controlllnz nerves DrShoopfor weak and ailing Hearts Dr nrst sought suffotatjogpopular prescription U alone directed to these hundtl1tltmllhenslltII you would bare strong Hearts stron di reaubIJsbthem Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS Lincoln Squirrel 10Inttllhlll1hhlgbIood hone splendid hock and line neckwel Mt In high mounted shoulders u comblntd horse but I use him only In harness nd n more perfect harness horse I huve never seen cnn step very fast with extreme high action nil nround Rod I think htm to tolirenti buslneu horses that will bring you ancy prices He has some yearling and twoyearold colts that I HivlU breeders to nee PBIIIOUKK Iliuoln Squirrel was sired Marion HqulrrelWM he Illack Squirms Knglellitm7 ho by King Wil 1st ilnm by liven Mountalni2nddam by Jlugben Edwin For twt Lincoln Squirrels 1st iliini KiteMessenger by Meimeiigpr Breeze full brother to Maude Messenger reeoni 2land dam Maria lkpauw by ttnlrino Stem IrtdllmUlack iulrn ls grand sire In the sire of more noted highclass saddle horses tlmn UllhIndnd mnny others Will make tho xcnMiii of Sttnt mY Mile Imrn In Stanford at lIt to Inure n living colt Money due when colts foaled or mare parted with Happy Brum- melI 3 white feet star awl snip full 158 bunds high Years old nnd the finest young Middle stallion thnt I tvorownvd Mired by Hcnu Hriim mul 1st dent FannieAit0I1t Almont JriSnddnm by Sliver Denmnrki Zrd dnm hibyTitle horse will Im permitted to ervo only I few limits nnd wll prepared to defeat nil champion Horvlco 115 to Insuro living colt Red Light Hud sorrel hoMuyt nrn old hands high extra weight and bonu lIedLelifto lIed IhAcrlllUon alJllflIgfte lie by lF Hill 2IM lit ilatit by lIed V IIks Reti I8t ilaiti we Day lnhl b1 Ocllllln 2iU of the Grout tJnmlxttn likes 2nd NoondllYhlrCtbdam Twilight by Lexington Oth diiiu Darknoss by Wiigner In oUcrlng the services of this promising young wo feel snfe In that with his size style form speed end action honoWilltoInureHowlllthJIxJtlUt goodninrCsJAMES P BEAZLEY Stanford Ky Choice Goods Foaled January 11ffl black with white points IS2 hands Hired by Wonder 720 an out of Chennult Jennet MT Wonder Wa sired by ho by tmiiorted Belknap importedhlewitsbretibyOharleaOttenault grealindtvidualstake ring nt the State fair at Nashville und has mnny more blue ties te hit credit Bee Choice floods before you breed He will serve Jennets at and Mares at 110 to insure living colts InureIhlnltvIIl also stand tho magnificent draft stal lion George herr at no to Insure a living colt M 0 IIAUOHMAN Stanford Ky Beau Naboth 45006 B7 Naboth 1O116 byNormlIn JM by Metropolitan Is1 by llunibleton Ian Snl dom Joicplilno ny Mnmbrtno MarsWithers Tttdatitllenii Noboth Is n hnndiome Imy standing 1WS hands oIRt7Ie and action nnd hns prowl his to Impart hit qualities to I3htilietat IIS to Inure n living colt Mare rein a distance grazed at tUU Money due when mare is traded or patted with or bml elsewhere The bt IlIIf1Ionnl- care taken thought no for ac cidents or vseniHs J IJonulstanlord ALMONT DARE llleglstXml In AM H Ut ItiHo54 he by lUaek Bntio t lie by KIu Wil lIam 07 Ut dnm Toxaway ng In vol 10 AT It 1U she by Abdallnh Mnntbrlno he by Almont Inri dciii lAdy DuvU by Orlt Davis by Uourbon Ohll IIn1 dftm Mattie by Foreign Ilghitbv Foreigner tiy Import unnitighuntlluxsnrdI Almont lnre as we are able to dlllovrl the lIt horse on record hay Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny lho o of hi great sire Dig lilly doing so lust year every time coming In Contact with them As an Indi vidual this Is n wry attractive lore stand lug hand with grant A beautiful buy with manners unparalwlled even by n filly A remarkable show horse In tinmen and tinder saddle Shows distinct sndille gaits all very fast and pleasant with speed of nS minute clip In harness Ono cnnnot coiscelvisof n litter Lined horse tracing Si times to Imported horse on his dams side alone traces to Imported Messenger limes Imp Dloiiiedoa times to Imp llusiard tune Imp Cilenco I time Imp Ilnnsor IfllnhallUuckfnurare opportunity to breed to one of Americas hiest at SI6 Will also stand two good mule neks at feach Will mnke the sinson of 1PM at my place t miles from Hustonvllle on Hutton rllle and Liberty turnpike Grass furnished llOnIbleK HIOWKLI hlustouvlll Ky Chester S This son of Chester Dare will make Ute present season nt itiy barn I tulle fruits 3loKinmyon McKIIUlIY arid Mldtiieburg pike nt to living colt DKHCKIITIOX ANt PEHIOUIEK He is a black with star In forehead IS hniut high with nil the styit nnd IInl characteristic BeUnlboraebooking your lucre If you art looking for a good breeder at living price Hired by Ohes byIIIPP1Chester Peavine 3184 A HIt In offohng the service of this young stat lion to the public do not hetltnte tu ay be Is the best bred saddle stnlllon that will Iw offered for service In this county this year ns his breeding will show HI ml by Rex rrnvln ho l y lies McIVinuid ItS 1st dam Miss Madison 4WS she by Chester Dare 2nd dnm by Penvlne M more extended pedl- gree will Iw furnished on application This stallion has the boat blood of use snddlt horse world In him Iloth hid dnms by Pea Vlne M crosses twice to lllnck iulrrel twice toHtonewall Jiicknon once to Dnvt Akin 711 With the style and finish of tltster 11IvIIIhowVlnerrOl1uc d three rbfimplonshlit winners Kdnn 1013sisttie hales nnd Mny hay Hot nnd l rr to him If yon want the lest Will serve n llnilteil numbor of mon ut tJS to Insure n living colt At the same time and plnce wilt stand three us good mule Jacks ns cnn Im found In the country at the low price of H to Insure n living colt- Money due with nil thit nbove ndvertlwd IIIntVInvbred bother stock All cart tnkin to pta vent uccldents lust not responsible should any occur priceU Ky ASHLAND BROOK No 4I7M1- Vol A T H It brett by Eugene Kuek er Georgetown Ky Aslilnnd JlrOlk was foaled ltiJ bay with left hind toot highPeiiHiKKK Ilrook No JIInrJordIIIIthgutli ihiibrook I If IKlllot Htone 2ii4Lady II rook 2 nnd Running Brook SH Silent Ilrook by No the sire of Hoiireli VitiiiCCMrecoitl SJ7 Wren by Ashland Vllkes ml record 111 the sire of Johns Gentry XUIH Hitlly Tu Itr 21111AMIIllluti Vlilu sired by lIed norKe Vllkas ttolld dlllllrHlth Lilly 11 by Pretender 14M Srtl diim NOTK AsliiiiiKt Brook Is II hundsome fei low with lots uf substance hiss n bold way of going with lots of speed otyl nnd notion IlUllrstcrop of colts cause lust timing nnd they were III one could t xiKetthey all lotr Ing good colors with plenty of site nod lots of style and llnl h tsiilniid Brook will ake the present season at to Insure it colt Will nUo stnnd the great muju and Jonnt Jack Hilly Kenio at lor inure and SM for jennets to Insure n living colt Hilly Keen was sired by Tom Keene 1st dam b the Imp Palermo Id dam bv Levi lluhhlos Prlme the sire of JOt Illackburn nnd Ilrlg nolln Hilly Keoni xtalido full 18 hnims bjiiek with white mints and ns n breeder Is unsurpassed a tussle or lenntt Jackhlscolts nlwiiyo bringing the highest price Mars traded purled with or bred elsewhere him felt tue Insurance und money Iwcomus due nt the time of such transaction KING EAGLEI- No tNAI Vol n A H If It King Eagle Is 10 hands high dark liny with lluwliiK mane and toll goes till the gaits with plenty of spettl style nndllctlon1UHtlHRFRlr1 by Itovnl King 2333 he by Un TIIlItZHII he by Hfolixwull Jackson 72 Ut dnm Mollli Mountx was bv tin notwl sire tlllilHjUii fcxUig tunFH Klnx Kitglcs 1st tutu Hip WO she JoJuIIu lIIrd li liy Out KinK In le750 2ii dent Ited Lion 3rd dam by JlurrhVonmork bo Millers Ikiinmrk 4tli Uivin by JllIlllolI t itomnugii bred tnlllonlnrolls nil having plenty of size ami notion his colts wIll show for themselves Kiiig EiiKlo will make the present Kenton of at our stable two niiuunehnlf miles West of Htnnford on tbu Hliolhy lily pike lit the low nnice 0113 to insure u I1v ng colt vIil also stflfll tiith great tntiiu Jack Jim Keunent 110 for mares nnd SII for Jennets to insure n livingcolt Jim Keenu by the great 1st dam by the John Vell ntldum by HeeoborJlm Keona Is III hands high block with white points great mulo lack the sire of the colt antI two yearold tbnt won first In their classes last year at Kentucky State FaIr 8 T II AIIUIH A HOUT WOODH Phone 72 flIng 3 Stanford Ky Special Train for Kentucky Democrats VIAIHenderson Route Missouri Pacific and Rock Island Lines TO The Democratic National Convention Den ver Col July 1908 Leave Louisville at 9 r M Saturday July 4th arrive at Denver at noon Monday Tuly Gtli FARE FROM STANFORD KY 3897 Write to tile undersigned for itinerary FanU and Figures outlining in detail fares from variou Kentucky points Pullman Fares Diverge Itoiito Etc LJ IRWIN G P A Louisville Ky 01 Prospect 2087 A S H R- At 4 15 lo Insure C C Sc S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 J2 Miles Wof Huttonvillc f This comhfnml itnlllnn will make the sets son of las at IAWII Mere Htook JIrl1l JU relies Vit of Hustomrllle Ky on the lira fordsvlllonml Huttonvlllo plko near Our iwntrnmntloniit hAlo Insure n lit Ing colt innrv Irittlml or parted with or lint to ano them horse without consent ostalihonowner forfeits insurance thai season Incomes due on Ilisse of such actIon tltn retained on nil colts till MHSOII li paid MnrtMtgrnsctl nt tiA wr month Ontln fed If clOsured nt rvnwnnlilv rules All bills mutt bo imtil Iw foro rrmorul of lucre Mnrrs eutnutolwill receive our portonnl wo will not bo responsible for Dcrlolnior ci cape hRnolhllhnsoielotgreisihicautybrond tint bone hut smooths lUst htlthnl1Ky Kxtrvnifly nile weathers with fleck coming out nt exactly the proper RlvliiKnlm wonderful style In harness and tuneeSnetlyIn n fin horse Ho II u liorso of x trenie lit uli notion and every foot In line with this action live well iltflnnl laddtv gaits with n beautiful trot In bar halterhisPitntriHKK fltro Dignity lint IfUihe by Ohpster inn 10 ho by Illnrk Squirrel W he hv lllnck Knl 71 he by William 07 J iiyonTiinuTlSbyi4lonwali Joe tInt Funks Humptrr Dvnmnrk 4th dnm lllnck hawk otTringtheIxcntiM ho U nil oxreptlonnlly fine horse SecOnd lie uncut Third be cause h colt are of tIt lwtrttcular type and nrtlon that Insures the breeders of ready sale at a romunf rntlvo price for either or five gaited horses with hint long swan ihnpoHl neck thnt UHlwolutely necessary for a show horse of thus tiny Pronnect hns been n show horse frosts a colt wlnmnit mnny blue ties In this nnd other Htntos was winner a7Brohtformifirstin histilass Atthhengo ISsi was see- end with no 1In ration meeting OIIIK of the mod noted horses In d States Iunder the MulUlis As nit Indlrldunl hnrnnks Mats nun brwdor ho promt to tnkn the front rank What more could one demaiult- I V A K IA lUHNTHU Phone Huitnnrllle Ky Huhnngr Roofing J I For Sale- S r H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing 7rASX r GEORGE FARRIS We Have a Few Sets of Buggy Harness Left which is going at Money- Saving PricesrJGeo D5 Hoppers Stanford Ky n THE SAFEST AND QUIETWAYT- TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMP INCORPORATED DIGNITY DARE NO J 982 A SH R 30 to Insure Money due when mare is soul traded or parted with H Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky