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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 16 1908 NO 30 l Beckham Accepts Defeat and Declares for Harmony Former Gov J C W Beckham In reply to the demand for a speech at the Lexington convention said Mr Chairman Ladle and Gentlemen It It Indeed a great pleasure to mo to again faco an audience of Kentucky Democrats It is a greater pleasure to see such a magnificent gathering of representative Democrats of this State and to see such unbounded enthusiasm t among them It speaks well for the future I join in with tho utterances of other distinguished gentlemen who havo spoken from this platform in urg t ing upon tho Democrats of Kentucky that it is upon this occasion In the I great fight of the year If you have not been so In the past you will at least bet harmonious and united for tho great battle of 1908 My friends an injustice has been done me if anybody has been led to believe that I sought for myself any favor at tho hands of this convention Bellev Ing as some of my friends did thatmy candidacy for temporary chairman might bo of some service to tho Intor eats of tho Democratic party not as a reflection upon tho distinguished gentleman who occupies that place believing that they might want to beat some ele- mentI which was seeking tho control of the Democratic party in this Stato they asked me to let my name bo used as a candidate for that position and as soon as I came hero and found out that delegates believed that these honors should bo distributed I cheerfully and I to quickly withdrew from any such con t test I am not one of thoso Democrats 1who need any once or any honor in the gift of the party to make me support my PArty nominee The morning papers or at least some of them announced that Beckham and J i his friends bad been beaten My friends p that may be true but never could I be beaten so hard as to be driven out of the Democratic party I would not inv itate the example of others in the time of defeat within tho ranks oftho Democratic party by sulking or bolting the nominee of that party A Democratic convention composed of tho beat blood the beat brains of Kentucky citizenship can never beat me or beat my friends so that when tho election tlmo comes we will not walk up to tho polls with earnestness and with zeal and record our votes in favor of tho party nominees My friends the Republican party In Kentucky has never yet won a I victory upon Its own merits Upon each occasion when it has been successful It has been due to tho treach cry and defection of Democrats SurcJy the people of Kentucky r have had enough of that come from my lips during this campaign nothing shall be dono by mo during the proceedings of this convention that i would throw tho slightest obstacle I- nCfthe way of a united Democracy or In the way of the triumphant election of our splendid leader William J Bryan There is nothing that I seek for myself Tho Democratic party of Kentucky has done enough for me It has done it may be for me more than I deserved and all that I ask of a Democratic con vention all that I ask of my Demo cratic brethren in Kentucky is the privilege of a private citizen of render ing my humble services to tho Influence of Democracy and to tho pupportof the party Let us have harmony let us send delegates to your National Conven tion instructed to voto for William J Bryan Let there be no question about that But my friends I say not in a spirit of criticism of any one I say in the most generous spirit that lwei come most cordially back Into the party those who have not stood with us in the f years gono by Twelve years ago in thcao very Chau tauqua grounds about this time of the year a Democratic convention was held and delegates were sent to Chicago and t I went there with them and witnessed that nomination tlio first nomination of W J Bryan 1 was his friend and admirer then I stood by him in that great fight and I believe now as do most intelligent Democrats that If it had not been for the corrupting power of enormous sums of money ho would have been unquestionably elected Presi dent in that year In each of his races I have been his friend and his admirer Though twice ho went down in defeat 1 was among the first to reach him and whisper In his ears words of encourage ment an to tho future And with a united und triumphant Democracy I believo that in next November the pco plo will give him that which is his duo by reason of his splendid patriotism and his magnificent attainments tho highest office within tho gift of the American people Let your deliberations therefore bo Viso and conservative lot no man say t anything or do anything to break the harmony that seems to exist upon this occasion Let us all join hands to gether no matter what may have been our differences in tho past so that Ken tucky by every tradition by reason of Its citizenship Its manhood and Its womanhood a Democratic State shall be restored to the Democratic column In next November Now my friends I believe that I cannot longer trespass upon your time Tho committee which you have named should meet as soon as possible and deliberate upon their work that the convention may organize and do Its work I say therefore I cannot longer delay you and Interfere with the work of these committees I want to thank you for tho courteous treatment that you have accorded me I know of no way to reciprocate except In loyal ser vice to the principles of our party and in an earnest support of its nominees I thank you LANCASTER Farmers are very busy plowing corn There was a hop at Armory Hall Fri day night Rev J II Williams preached at the McKcndreo Methodist church Sunday The wheat harvest begins in Garrard this week and the farmers report fine prospects for a full yield II C Hamilton sold a cow to G B Swlnebroad for JGG T E Waterfield also sold Mr Swinebroad a fine Jersey cow for 100 The literary club holds Its next meet- Ing with Mrs W R Cook who will servo as leader and will discuss the sub ject Books Mrs Jonas Rucker is visiting her father W K Shugars previous to join Ing her husband at London where the latter is railroad agent H C Hamilton has bought of J S Daniels his interest in a Wncro farm and stock Mr Daniels will go to Ore gon soon on a prospecting trip Rev Bush will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday He has been call ed by this congregation Und will an nounce his decision at that time Tho W C T U observed Flower Mission Day Saturday and had a ser vice at the country alms house Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev Friarson of Paint Lick Tho following teachers will go this week to the State Teachers Associa tion at Frankfort Misses Jennie Ilig gins Minnie Johnson Kato Moore Knapp West Ethel Dunn and Superin tendent Eliza Smith Mrs W A Trice was hostess at a sumptuous dining Tuesday Miss Eth el Price entertained a number of young friends Thursday evening Mrs W G Anderson Is visiting in Richmond And Lewis county Dr and Mrs A S Price of Crab Orchard visited rela ivcs here Saturday aud Sunday- L L Walker attorney forthe es tate of the late Bynum Carter of Car tcrsvlllc spent Friday and Saturday there appraising the property The value of tho estato is estimated at about 100000 60000 of which is in cash and 40000 In realty There was supposed to have been a will but none has been found and the largo accum ulation of property tho result of Mr Carters energy and business sagacity will go to the widow and other rela t yes Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville Is with her aged mother Mrs Patsy Kinnaird and will spend most of the summer here before joining Dr Mc Donald in Plttsburg Pa where he has located Miss Amunda Anderson one of our Graded School teachers will spend several wqcks at Indianapolis and take a Normal course while there Mrs E C Gaines and little son are in Chicago visiting relatives Misses Edna and Shelby Mason are also in the Windy City Woiik ouldteyhr Shoops Night Cure Thoso soothing heal ing antiseptic suppositories go direct to tho seat of those weaknesses My Book No 4 For Women contains many valuable hints to women and It is free Ask Dr Snoop Uaclno Wis to mail It Ask the Doctor in strict est confidence any question you wish answered Dr Snoops Night Cure is sold by Pennys Drug Store Flood conditions are again serious along the Missouri and Kaw Rivers North Topeka is under water and in Topeka proper the flood is tho worst ex perienced in many years At Cedar City and many points along tho Mis souri river the people huvo been forced to leave their homes Tho Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chron- Ic Indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has dono no in much good us Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills I consider them tho bost illla over sold writes 1J V Ays cue of Ingloslde N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25c It Is thaw in N York City 50000000 is spent by theatre goers annually A great deal of wheat U being cut in Boyle NEWS NOTES Tho little son of John Martin died from drinking gasoline at Maysville The jury brought in a verdict of not guilty in the Capitol conspiracy cases at lIarrlburg Pa A two yearold child of Sparrel Ka noy of Ekron was crushed to death under the fly wheel of a saw mill en gineNoah Fugate was killed and Tilman Triplett and Obandon Perry were seri ously wounded by a premature blast In Rowan county Tho Cincinnati Volksfreund a Ger man daily newspaper after more then half a centurys existence has BUS pended publication- As a result of the local option elec tlons held In Oregon this month coun ty prohibition will prevail in 21 of the 33 counties after July Henry McCarty a Pendleton county farmer stood off night riders with n rifle and troops wore sent to his farm to guard his tobacco crop The will of William Watson was brok en at Russellville after an interesting trial The estate was loft to a beauti ful actress and 16 relatives made the contestDispatches to Duns Review indicate no check to the gradual improvement In the volume of business except in so far as excessive rain has delayed opera tions in the Southwest After being Idle for six months tho big coke plants in Southwest Virginia arc resuming operations The Stonega Coal and Coke Company which owns several thousand ovens has put prac tically Its entire plant In operation The flour millers of the country resolved in convention at Detroit to begin a campaign of advertising against the breakfast foods many of which aro worthless they say and which they claim are injuring the consumption of flour Herman Blllik condemned to death at Chicago for the murder of five mom tiers of the Vzral Smily was granted- a stay of execution until he has been afforded an opportunity to appeal his case to the Supreme Court of the United StatesAt the Standard Oil Company was found guilty of accepting concessions from the filed tariff on oil shipments from Orlean N Y to Ver mont Points There are 40 counts and the maximum fine on each count is 20000 or a total for the whole of the ihlpments of 800000 An appeal was takenCaleb Powers who was pardoned Saturday by Gov Willson returned to Barbourvillo Sunday lie was greeted by a big crowd of citizens headed with a band Powers made a speech at the court house during which he said the blood of no man was on his hands He said ho had no apology to mako for what he had dono at Frankfort and that 50000 had been spent in his fight for freedom CHURCH MATTERS Rev J L Yandle will preach at the Methodist church the third and fourth Sunday nights and at Rowland at 3 rat onthe fourth Sunday Rev 0 C Coppage until further notice will preach every Sunday morning and evening in tho Methodist church at Junction City and will conduct prayer meeting every Friday evening Tho Methodist congregation offered their pastor Rev T W Barker tour weeks vacation but ho refused to tako but two Ho will attend the Sunday School Convention at Louisville then go to Cnnpbcllsvlllo to visit his sister Tho Stanford District Sunday School Association comprising the Stanford Magisterial district had a meeting at the Presbyterian church Friday night After devotional exercises couducted by tho president Rev R B Mahony addresses were heard from Prof Ire land Messrs J A Allen J C MeI Clary a E Tate and P M McRob orts on tho subject Tho Effectual Teacher Most of the Sunday school Teachers of tho town wero present and many others who heard the stirring addresses Tho meeting will result In much good to the teacher and effective effort In the Biblo School The next meeting will bo hold hero Friday evening July 17 We hope to have ono at Goshen church end ono also at Logans Creek church some time in July The time will bo announced later Y Thinks It Saved His Life Looter M Nelson of Naples Maine sasln a recent loticr I havo tlsed- Dr Kings Now Discovery many years for coughs anti colds and I think It saved my life I have found It a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no moro ho without ft bottle than I would bo without food For nearly 40 years Now Discovery has stood at the 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 boo and 91 Trial bottlo free HUSTOHVILLE Mrs Sue Jones and son James are visiting In Wayne county Corn is getting scarce and the price has advanced to 375 per barrel John Lynn shipped one car of fat hogs to Cincinnati for which he paid Gc Abe Newton of Owensboro spent several days here looking after his in terestsCowan McCormack shipped 500 lambs to Cincinnati for which they paid 5 cents Wheat In this section is rapidly ma luring and gives promise of an average crop the harvesting of which will com mence this week UNTIL July 15 I will give without ex tra charge an extra pair of trousers with each order for a suit Dont fail to take advantage of this great offer A J Adams A petition is to be presented Ito our city council asking that an ordinance be passed requiring all Main Street property owners to build concrete pavements in front of their places Hustonvllle Masonic Lodge No 184 will meet Friday night June 19 at 7 p M for tho purpose of conferring tthe third degree All members of thejcraft are cordially invited to be present Hawkins Bell and wife of Lawton Okla are visiting relatives here W S Huffman and wife formerly of this place will move to Oklahoma this week where Mrs Huffmans mother lives Late reports from Dr L C Powell who Is in a hospital at Bloomington III state that his condition is very much improved A 10pound girl has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs J K Helm Wallace II Hall formerly of this place now located at Freeport III is to bo married at that place Juno 17 to Miss Mabelle Ryan a belle of thatcity They are expected for a short visit to his homo people on the 19th Friends and relatives here have received invitations to tho marriage of Dr John Thomas Hunn to Miss Nellie Gant of Harrisburg Ark on Juno 16 Dr Hunn is a son of the late Dr Geo Hunn Kentucky will be included in their bridal tourcMrs W D Wolfe of Covington is with the homefolks here Herhusband J will join her in a few days Born to the wife of Charles Ellis of Moreland a 15 pound boy Rev C J Sipple and wife of London are visiting Rev C M Sipple at Jumbo After the close of school at Richards school bouse this fall the teacher Rev K G Martin will attend the Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville Hew s appointed last week to ordain Thomas Hackett of Mt Olive which ceremony was performed Sunday Col C Lew Holmes the veteran commercial tourist spent two days here where he lived for several years Miss Bottle Lyon daughter of Evan Lyon was taken seriously ill Friday but is thought to be somewhat better D H Skinner is at home from Sto nega Vaf for a while Cowan McCormack shipped two double deck cars of lambs tc Cincinnati for which they paid 5c Rife Tuck er shipped a car of mixed hops at 4J to 4Jc and a car of lambs at 5c Monday McCormack Lynn shipped one car of butcher cattle at 31 to 4c ono car of mixed lambs at 5 to 5Jc Myers Lutes shipped a car of lambs at 5Jc and a car of hogs at 4fc The reports being circulated by a small squad of enemies of the rural route service to the effect that mail collected by carriers does not leave this office until next day is without founda tion This fact is proven by tho fol lowing statement from tho postmaster All mail collected by rural route carriers for this office leaves the office the day collected John A Blain post master A Grand Family Medicine It gives mo pleasure to spook a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 430 Elougton St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and wreak kldnoys It cannot bo too highly recommended Electric Jitters regulate the digestive funo Lions purify tho blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug store OOo Mrs Henry R Prewitt of Mt Sterl- Ing was severely burned about the face by a gas range and Is suffering Intenso ly Both sides of her facn were badly burned and her eyelashes singed but the sight was not injured W R Ward of Dyeraburg Penn wrltes This is tocortlfy that I havo used Orino LaxatiVu Fruit Syrup for chronic constipation and it has prov- en without doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It Is with pleasure I offer my consclon ilous reference Penny s Drug- Store Cool Comfortable Summer ClothesI I RIFFOY BItIYD IrCome 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 Cie Lincoln Bounty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000L H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS- J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacheraville Lilburu Gooch Gilberts Creek first Tfational tftank Stanfordjfcy i OrffttntxKt J82 Capital Stock SSO OOO Surplus and VtndiuMad Profits S9 000 as padn iuidonds since Organization s2 500 fnvite 7fcw Accounts on Our Torits OFFICERS I S Hocker lresident S T Harris VicePresident John McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORStF Reid J H Baughman- M ID Elmore J M Pettus S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate We Have a Few Sets of BuggyHarness f Left ISavingGeo DB Hoppers Stanford Ky NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS i 41144 Cure Cholera Gapes Kiup anker and Limberncck Price 50 q cents No Cure no Pity Cures Gapes Instantly Guaranteed by George L Penny l Pharmacist STANFORD KENTUCKY 1URDSTOWN KY May 41O Ono drop of 41144 dropped down tho bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves tho chicken instantly When fed in feel or water it u tho best proventalivo I have ever known WILL COOMES t ir The Interior Journal L c WALTON J W FOLEY ISA candidate for Asiassor of Lincoln coun tysubjecttothc nctlon of tbe dcmocrntli party W L MCARTY Ii n candidate for HherlR of Lincoln count subject to the nctlon ot the democrat party M SBAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Hlierlff of Lincoln county to tbe action of the democraticsubject JOHN SAM OWSLEYJR If n candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Ii a candidate for magistrate in tho Stan ford district subject to the democratic pri mary of June JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe Democratic party M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe Democratic Party JAMES C HAYS countsubjectparty D C ALLEN It a candidate for Auditor of Lincoln coun ty inbject to tbe action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county HARMONY was what was wanted at Lexington convention but it was not all the democrats got Besides harmony in large chunks they got Whallen and nearly every other bolter and renegade in the State In fact the tried and true democrats were given back seats while the gang that fought the democratic ticket last year that has fought Bryan each time and that robbed Gov Beck ham of the U S Senatorship was giv en control of the partys affairs A premium was put on bolting and the capital prize given the bolter if he belonged to the whisky ring The Cou rierJournal which has been roundly abused since it begun its fight on democracy was given all it wanted and then some We suppose it was all nec essary to get the erstwhile traitors back into line but we doubt the judgment of the party workers who permit ted it These same bolters will bolt again before the year is out if every thing docs not go their way and we take a long chance when we hope for any good from them It seems to us twere better to have given those who left the party and fought it so bitterly a chance to repent a little before rings were put on their fingers and a fatted calf was killed There is no scintilla of doubt about Kentucky going for Bryan in November and it strikes us that it was unnecessary to go to the camp of the enemy for recruits when there were enough of the truelblue left to accom plish the desired end But what is done is done and we must make the best I of it So lets all get together and work for democracy but in the mean time keep an eye on those who fought us last year but who flow claim be our friends Time expected has happend Gov Willson granted free and unlimited pardons to Caleb Powers and James Howard charged with conspiracy in the assinationofJGov Wm Gpebcl eight years ago The decision was reached by the executive Saturday morning after he had about worn the records out and had disgusted the people of Kentucky with his grand stand play in the case Howard was serving a life sentence in the penitentiary and Powers was in jail i at Georgetown awaiting his fifth trial Two juries gave him a death sentence one said he should serve his life in the penitentiary and in the last trial the jury hung The Governor also pardon ed Powers from the indictment of the Franklin Circuit Court charging subor nation of perjury IN granting pardons to Powers and Howard Gov Willson lays allof the guilt for the murder of Gov Goebel on HenryYoutsey who is serving a life sentence in the penitentiary It took the governor a long time to learn what the rest of the republicans in the State claimed they knew all the time Poor Youtsey had he not confessed he might now be one of the republican heroes with a pardon in his inside pocket WE endorse heart and soul the following from the Frankfort Journal The prison commission ought to parole Youtsey The cats paw of the foul con spiracy should not be made to continue to suffer punishment in prison while the ringleaders go free He is far less guilty than they Frank Hitchcock the Taft manager who rounded up the Southern delegates is to be Postmaster General in the event that Taft is elected t Gov WILLSON has not made up his mind yet what he will do with W S Taylor and Charles Finley who are now in refuge in Indiana having fled from indictments in Kentucky charging them with the murder of Goebel says a Frankfort dispatch It takes the governor long time to make up his mind to pardon but so far he has succeeded in doing so FUGITIVE TAYLOR from his place of safety in Indiana says that Gov Will son did a most righteous act when ho pardoned Powers and Howard The act would have been far morelrighteou in Hog Jaws eyes if his name and that of Finley had been in the list of the pardoned AT W J Bryans office in Lincoln Neb Saturday it was announced that 697 delegates werepledged to vote for Bryan for the presidential nomination This is 25 more than the necessary twothirds majority POLITICAL Judge Phil J Beard City Attorney of Shelby ville has announced his can didacy for the Democtatic nomination for State Senator from Shelby Spencer and Nelson The physicians of Senator Gore be lieve that he will be restored to his sight sufficiently to be able to go about without an attendant though they do not believe he will be able to read A conference was held in Chicago Friday between representatives of the allies It was unanimously decided to continue the fight all along the line until the convention shall have made a nomination President Roosevelt and Secretary Taft have notified President Amador that the elections in Panama must be conducted fairly and that if such is not the case it will be necessary for the United States to intervene Many Democrats in Washington favor the selection of former Gov D R Francis of Missouri for chairman of the Democratic National Committee believing he would be the best man to manage Mr Bryans campaign- In the Republican State primary in South Dakota Crawford progressive has defeated Kittridge stalwart as can didate for the United State Senate by about 2700 majority Vessey progres sive for Governor is nominated as are most of the progressive candidates The New York Senate passed the antiracing bills and they have been signed by Gov Hughes Senator Foel ker of Brooklyn who left a sick bed cast the deciding vote and the extra ordinary session of the Legislature which began on May 11 at the call of Gov Hughes adjourned without delay The Taft delegatesatlarge in Ten nessee were seated by the Republican National Committee The Hale dele gates instructed for Taft were seated in the Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh and Tenth Tennessee districts In the Eighth district the Hale delegates and the Oliver delegates were both seated with half a vote eachIt appears that under the new party law adopted by the Democratic Con vention at Lexington six of the newly elected members of the State Central Committee are ineligible by reason of the fact that they hold either appoint ive or elective offices The men affect ed by this construction of the new rules are N Powell Taylor of tho Second district J A Donaldson of the Sixth district Thomas A Combs of the Sev enth district and Jerre Sullivan of the Eighth district Platform Adopted By Democrats of Kentucky We the representatives of the de mocracy of Kentucky in convention as sembled at Lexington June 11 1908 reaffirm our allegiance and devotion to the principles of the democratic party as represented by Jefferson and advocated by along line of illustrious leaders and as set forth in the National Democratic platform in 1904 We indorse and point with satisfac tion to tho wise honest and economical conduct of the State government by the democratic administration of Gov J C W Beckham and his associates in officeWe the weak vacillating hypocritical and arbitrary conduct of our State affairs by the present repub lican administration- We instruct the delegates elected by this convention to cast the vote of Ken tucky as a unit upon all questions and matters coming before the National Democratic Convention to be held at Denver Col July 7 1908 and they are hereby further instructed to vote for William J Bayan as the nominee for president by said convention and continue to vote for him until he shall be nominated TBucklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25o box won the day for me by affecting a per feet cure1 Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug StoreS a THE wife of Bruce Caldwell colored died and was buried Friday Three logging teams of horses and cattle were shot and killed from ambush on the Fish Trap logging job in Breath itt county The crime is supposed to have been done or instigated by an enemy of tho Swann Day Company the owners of the loging teams which were killed The men driving the teams were uninjured l Seven persons all except one of the family of Mr and Mrs Daniel Cooper were found dead at Cadillac Mich It is believed Mrs Cooper killed the fami ly and then committed suicide She was once confined in an insane asylum and for some time had been brooding over tho fact that Cooper was out of work Cures Gapes Instantly BAUDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 Ono drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken instantly When fed in feed or water it Is the best preventive I have overseen Will Coomes The Taft managers in Chicago favor Senator Charles W Fulton for chair man of the credentials committee for mer Gov Hill of Maine to head the committee on permanent organization and Senator William Warner for chair man of the notification committee Dr Robert Luther Willis of Lexing ton has been appointed by the State Board of Control for Charitabie Insti tutions to be superintendent of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum He is a brother of Capt J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs Notice Chicken Raisers R 41144 cures cholera gapesroup canker and limberneck Price COo No cure no pay Guaranteed by New Stanford Drug Co PANAMA and straw hats Cummins eL Wearen FOR SALE I Rhode Island Red Pullets and Cockerels from selected pen II per Wild Milliard Duck Rggs or young Ducks Call and see them flUJ JKDMISTOX Phone Crab Orchard Ky Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Somerset pike four miles from Htanford Contains acre Uood residence und abundant outhouses In good repair For further particulars call at this A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my faun of 190 acres two miles from Htanford on Danville pike good brick residence two good barns two cribs and other necessary bulldliiKH well watered more than hol In grass Terms easy will possession In October If not sold by October will over to highest bidder Joe IJAiuir Hlunford K MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 K t A M will meet In statedcommunication on ouch first and third Monday nights of each month nt 730 oclock in their ball on Main street Stan ford Ky Members of slater lodge are fra ternnllylnvUed to bo present UIInnyW MT W IVnnlngtonHec GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there s so little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit made to your treasure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring A Hummer goods can make from a low business suit to the flnestdresi suit Also Overcoats Trous Its and Fancy Vets The company I rep resent it second to none HO HUPLBYThe Tailor Stanford KY PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my home in Crab Orchard lit I r sharp on SATURDAY It the following described property One hand orklgoodmind kitchen furniture lots of and bed ding Queensware and Tableware centre tables carpets wardrobes parlor chairs lounges 7 or 8 rocking chairs and many other things too tedious to mention Also garden utensils Terms made known on day of sale W M DOORKH M D J P Chandler Au- cLAdorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey Dull de scended from a and unbroken line of the most noted buls and cows on the L land p1 Jersey England and America JUI sire Ik one of the bet bull ever Imported and his dam ti a how cow that ha pounds of rich milk In one tiny If ou lIevu begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor anti hove a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice He will be allowed to servo u limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for n fee of peach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred IU I tOTTER KyNbull calves that will be sold nt right prices Weak Women To weak and allin women there U at least one to help Hut with that two treatmentsmust be combined One IIlocaJ one U constitu Monet but both are important both essential Dr fihoops Night Cure is the Local Dr Shoop Restorative the Constitutional Thatormtr Dr Shoopi Night Cure ii a topical BUCOUI membrane suppository remedy while Dr ShoopslaistoradveIs wholly an Internal treatment The Restorative rearl1ea throughout the entire system seeking the repair of all nerve all all blood ailments The Night CUre as lfa name implies does its work while you sleep It soothes tore and inflator ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and discharges wbll the Restorative easy nervous ambltlonJbulldlSboopsEestorsdveTablele to the nte For poaItiTe local help UM as wu Dr vShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE Dorsey Golddust 12052 byytlendlGolden Ohlef tracing back to JuitliMorgan on both tide tanking him nit intensely inbred Morgan stalllnnHe U n dark bay IS hands and aelghslttipouuds Asa breeder be has few equals n proven IIm unl form breederof high ciass snow and rued horses combining all the qualities for her prlllj100rhlsletamid tellrold onl fllrm own raising hare sold In the past year for an average of fVA Dorsey UoUldutt will make the prevent season at my farm near Stanford nt t O to insure a living colt Also n large anti line young Jack n grandson of Tom KtJne and Joe Blackburn nt Itto insure n living colt Moron at lee per tiny Goal attention but no 1100111 blltty for accidents or ecnl F UK1D Dnnvtl- le7iiPOSTED strictlyforblthuntingpausing on our place end will prosecute vi olaton to the full extent of time law AlexCooper Mrs Mary Ie Mrs Wulttr Warren Mrs 11 Pita HpoonamorVM K Ijwrenco Keuben Curtis J blacker JM IVttus unnppellAmandt lUstyMrsJKMrs Katherlno Ado bteserAinslon Ashley A OBaunoi lame N Cash J Nevln Curter O M Hack Joseph Jlnllou M IL Lytle Mrs Jus Ibtlnen nUllrponterlIfra ThompsonThomasDavid llurton J It lunch JoaophKrnstJllu llros Fred VonHruengan It K Gnlnes TraylorIJlburnrooch Fred Itaumnnn Hlobard Hester Owslev Dunn Iicnry letter OmmelleyW lIuuMhmllllJ WHIUallIJohnUamendiehWnIOordler M D IlmoreMnNBGoode IKTateDavid Stevens John Jufor ItO Ourhnm WGItout bulb Ollck Prod Ilnndorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob JJThompson II M AlNlerioii J P Motor Mr anti Mrs Jan II Ends A Kthasn Mrs S J Horton Central Kontuoky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No fO acrei on the Waynesburg pike near Highland 6 room house hear nndoth er outbulldlngi nice orchard This property near and schoolhouse Is well flay- No1aiacresSmiles Bduth of Crab Or chord on thn State road hni n twostory house Rood born orchard anti is ell water ed about in acres of this land is bottom land and produce flee crops A bnrgaln nt JIll jy cash balance in one and two years Np oilS acres on Buck Creek near Way nestmrg l room house harm nnd other out hulldlnas plenty of water Cash price ft ftu No tl8 acres near Level Oreen Rock castle county Ky This farm hat a new t story frame would cost to build now IJWJO good fern crib Ac located near church and school Thus U a nice home and can IM bought for t0 per acre H cash re mnlnder In a months Xo 8 1SJ acres adjoining the above farms 100 ucr w in t1ulthot onlwelllugof4ruotnag- ood barn and other outbuildings or chord One of the beat springs In the coun ty Price SVUibnlf cash balance and t years NulItll acres adjoining farms Not and Ii ica acres in cultivation balance in um ber Hood white oak hickory Knit some nee cellar lies 3ilory log huse nnd good orch ard well watered Cash price sa uu NoT SWacres near Maretiburg RyU0 acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings Hue water and school church nnd It station Trice P600 H cash balance In one and two years No l2U acres near Ky nearly all of thus farm Is bottom lain flue for corn and meadow very ldooddwelittrhouse new barn and other tmiles from Keren College Cash price s- aNoIl 000 l acres on Drakes Creek miles from Crab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and Is apart of the leo Evans farm This Is tine lurid nnd In good condition nil necessary buildings a bargain at O per acre No IG7H acres near Stanford Ky In nice drape with necessary hlllldlnllete can bo taught worth tho money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms sco or write L R Hushes or James I White Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 8JI Trotting Dark liar Htalllon It llIInleIarmty Girl by Rex Amerlcus ill 4yearold re cord r11ksire of Itattlelon 4yr record 5O sIAnmerlcnn hello ar record Ynr and 18 otners In Y3 flat n son ofOnwRrd ltllre Silver s05 nnd no othenIntheY5list Onward Will sired by George Wilkes 619 2nd dent lIuermallr1 iy MambrDio King TSIncludlng rlld of tho Manor 2OlkLord HetbIO Heir nt law Y0a- Got ler11I SilO Srd dam Dotlet by Nutwood IUl the sire of In the list 4th darn Topaz Htrnthmore sire W In the lIt6th dam Mlllnnl by Albion 6th dam Ned byDlambrlnoThe VarfleId was bred to only 15 mares Ho hat fouls till upheaded plenty of ityle size and ubtonce und plenty or speed The Wnrtileid Ise repreontntlvestallion In the term Implies To say that he has ilie substance and speed only jn part emphasize tho qualities combined In son of flare Devil Ho bal them nnd they are of such symmetrical character as to make him u among many Ills head and neck boby perfect and when seen Inconnectionwlthim faultless unit and great beauty are especially Impressive You should see this horse before breeding You will lay you never looked at n better one Tho Warfleld Is the only stallion that has dllllli In time great brood mnro lIt lie has two Mnmbrlno KinK crosses two Mambrlno Patclien two Mnmbrlno Chief one Chimes one Onward George Wilkes I Electioneer Nutwood Htrathmore more trotting crosses than any stallion alive Time Warfletd Is by Dare levllijllr cordYW lie by Mmmibrino King 1rI Mnmbrlno Iatchen M hu 7y Miimhrlnb byElectioneerDnru Devil Ii a great winner He won the championship time National Horse Hhow In ISIS class t first National Horse Hhow in CJnUIlichalllilionhlp National Horse florae Sbow IKWclasi 10 clmmelonshlpNntionai Horse- Show ItO a Hhow 110elnas8first lIlItionul Hore Show llg0 class first Boston Horse Show s reserve lloston Hone Show 1001 class I second Boston Horse Show two class a sec ond Boston Horse Hhow lIoston florae Hhow Isla class I third lbos ton Hone Hhow 1W8 class 7 lie sired The Beau Ideal 21 slro of Princess Helen 2UHi Devils Daughter YIt3 Sarah Ham 23WIIltulle front McKinney Ky ut to Inure a Living Volt Wlllnisostandthegood BLACK JACK 1ONQUKROR at t to Insure a Living Colt fetfine high bone and feet 8 3fOWENS KONlcKlnnoy X j Visitors and 1 Travelers 9 A We call your attention to our stock of Hand Bags Suit Cases And Trunks You cant travel without them You must have them and ours are the ones to buy t These hand bags are light durable and hand some in imitation leather genuine leather and aligator in prices from 250 to 1250 sun cases Always on nandJ I 1In various grades from 350 to 15 Our trunk stock is always good and full from a very cheap one to and extra nice 40incha f ladies trunks H J McJROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 1 Accounts I 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 i Somerset Real Estate ISomcrset i t 44r The Interior Journal STANFORD Ky Tlm 10 1008 HED Cedar Flakes are made from the wood of genuine red cedar and are a sure protection against moths ICc n package Pennys drug store- PERSONALS Mns MARY C GIVENS continues crit Ically tit- JOAN DOWNER JR was at Brodhcai last week Mn JOHN DOWNER and wife are In CincinnatiMn PARRIOIN was at AJiccton Boyle county Saturday reIIallvesCHARLES HOLMAN of Paris is here for a few days with friends LexlngtonjIMISSES LUCUE AND MARTHA MENE FEE visited Crab Orchard friends Miss ETTA MAE JONES is visiting friends and relatives ut McKinney JAMES FKITH of Brodhcad is visit 8ping Lester OBannon for a few days Miss LENA WILSON of Georgetown is the guest of Mrs P P Nunnelloy MRS EUIERT MASDEN of Lebanon t Junction Is with Mrs J A Chappell Miss LUCY LEE WALTON is visiting Miis Mary Miller Walton in Lexington MRS W N CRAIG and children of Middlcsboro are with her parents hero JAMES F BRADY who Is with the Hub store in Danville was up Sunday Uit W N CRAIO of Middlcsboro joined his wife and children hero Sun dayMASTER HEATH SEVERANCE of Cor h bin Is with his uncle Mr Wm Sever ance MISSES MARY ELLA AND CATIIERINE SriNK of Colcsburg are with relatives heret J L DUNCAN and family of Ohio are with Eld Joseph Ballou and LAUAN PHKLTS of Louisville 1wlCehero Saturday a witness in a tobac Miss LENA DECK of McKinney is visiting Miss Anna Chancellor for a f i few days t fb1a SAM W SEVERANCE of Louis t ville ia with his brother Mr Will JAMES MCELWAIN OWSLEY who is visiting his cousin In Atlanta is ill with typhoid fever Mug DAVID SCOTT and daughter Miss Ellen Oneal Scott aro visiting friends and relatives in Paris Miss ELIZABETH SIMPSON of Gar rard was with her uncle Mr James M Phillips during his last hours MRS H R SAUFLEY and son Row an aro spending a few days with Mrs Eliza Harris in the Hubble section TilE Current Events Club will meet h with Mrs James Harris Baughman at S JO oclock next Thursday afternoon MaR JOHN H JACKSON Miss Elizabeth and Master Morris Jackson went up to London Saturday to visit rein tivesr J W MOORE of the Hiatt sec tion was called to Nebraska to pay the last sad rites of a son to a mother Mt Vernon Signal MR A W CARPENTER has been p chosen a delegate to the National prohibition convention which meets this year at Columbus 0 UEV D M WALKKR who with his wife and little daughter is visiting her parents at Vanceburg is suffering severely from rheumatism DR R L DAVISON district delegate t from the Eighth and Hon F P Com best ditto from tho Eleventh left hero Sunday for tho Republican convention at Chicago MR GEORGE L PENNY is attending the Pharmaceutical Association which is In session at Estill Springs Misses Berta Jean Penny and Sara Dunn ac- companIed PROF WALTER him 0 HOPPER who i taught at Mt Sterling the past year and who was elected superintendent for next year is spending his vacation with the homefolks here MR WALTER 0 WALKER who has mado the Lincoln County National Bank an excellent official both as bookkeeper and assistant cashier for a long time will leave that institution July 1 and A devote his attention to farming MR JOHN WESLEY has gone toOlym plan Springs Casey county where ho will remain 10 days imbibing freely of tho health giving waters Dr J B Beck of Hustonville formerly of this city was here this week on business Somerset Times PROF WIRELAND left Saturday for Corinth to spend a few days with his parents Ho will g6 from there to Frankfort to attend tho State Educa tional Convention Prof and Mrs W C Grlnstead of Danville aro with Mrs Ireland during her husbands ab senceAFTER n fouryear course Mr W Harry Higgins on last Tuesday received the degree of M D at tho Johns Hopkins University Baltimore By his standing in the class ho won the apt pointment of interne in the hospital of this institution but was unablo to accept this appointment as he had already S received an Interneshlrfor the year at I burg the AlI Pitts MRS J R HARRIS continues quite sickMiss LENA BARNcrt continued critically ill and fears are entertained for her recovery MR J F CASH of Middlcburg now manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Gos business in Danvllle i LOCALS SHIRTS and underwear Cummins Wearcn CALL on T D Newland for German millet seed BINDER Twine and Harvester oil at W H Higgins SEE the Lawn Mower before you buy George II Farris WANTED to acres of good wheat land D B Rambo Brodhcad Ky WANTED rent a 100ncrc farm near Stanford Emil Greenburg Dan- Ville WANTED about CO good twoyearold ewes or ewe lambs H C Anderson Stanford THE L N Irun anexcursion to Louisville next Sunday at 175 for the roundtrip JUST REcEIVEDNew of Ladies Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum- mins Wearen THE Crab Orchard Fair Association is getting things in great shape for their meeting July 15 16 and 17 TilE Stanford boys will play tho crack Lancaster base ball club on the grounds hero Wednesday afternoon at 330 oclockBL00DIIOUNDSFo SALESeveral bloodhounds trained and ready for ser vice for sale Writeto or call on Misi Nannlo Brown Hustonvillo READ tho insurance card of Cooper Pcnnlngton add if you want Insurance of any kind call on them at their office in the Odd Fellows Building ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper WHILE working hispatch tho other day Mr John H En gleman dug up a bayonet which had undoubtedly laid there since tho Civil War FOR SALEMy idly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvillo pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono me A J Rice Stanford Ky IN tho last issue of the INTERIOR JOURNAL I announced that my keg Ii tense expired on tho 13th of June I was mistaken It docs not expire un Ill midnight Juno 30 W II Traylor distiller WE can send you the CourierJournal or Louisville Times from now until Dec for 125 This offer is good on ly for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscribers and money must always bo accompan ied by the order ALL persons indebted to the estate of A M Pence deceased will settle with mo at once also those having claims against his estate will present them to me properly proven for payment W 0 Walker admr Thus office has often orders for the Stanford and Crab Orchard Fair catalogues and Is now printing a catalouge for the Stanford Graded School It has just completed ono for tho Junction City High Graded School 9 NEAR Turncrsvlllo Friday afternoon the horse Mesdames W A Coffey and Arch Rlffo and twoof tho letters child ren were driving ran away throwing them out and badly bruising them all Fortunately none of them were danger ously injured THE Globe Amusement Co which gavo a moving picture show hero each night last week is at Hustonvillo tonight and tomorrow night It is a very novel and interesting entertain ment and our West End friends should avail themselves of the opportunity of seeing it- WALTONMrs Tillio Farrand Wal ton wife of Prof James B Walton is dead at Colorado Springs They for merly lived at Danville where Prof Walton was connected with Central University Mrs Walton was a most excellent woman and the news of her death carried sorrow to the hearts of tho many friends who loved and admir ed her CIRCUIT COURT The May term of the Lincoln Circuit Court came to an end Saturday after a three weeks term during which very littlo business was done Mrs Annio Engleman who sued the L N for 30000 which case was on trial when we went to press got a verdict of 10000 Her daughter Miss Bessie Kay Engleman was killed while crossing tho track at the Woods crossing on Knob Lick pike Several civil suits of minor importance were disposed of For the first time in years there was not a penitentiary sentence The grand jury returned 46 indictmetu the majority of which were for Illegal sale of liquor WEDDING presents at W H Mud Jcrs ALL calicoes are a nickle at Sever ancoi NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins Wearen ALL trimmed hats sold at great reduction Miss Ella May Saunders 2t HAVE your vehicle rerubbered with tho best tires while you wait E T Pence 2t NEW long kid gloves shammy gloves silk gloves 12 and 16 button at Severances GET tho best sprinkling hose In town at Aldrldgea plumbing shop when it stops raining WE are now ready to do your sawing Bills cut to order M F Lawrence R F No 4 Stanford I RAVE all repairs for Champion and McCormack binders and mowers Also binder twine E T Pence 2t MY bedding lowers and plants for graves are now ready Notify me if you wish any Ed Hubbard Stanford SEALED bids for the surplus butter milk of the Stanford Creamery will be received by the secretary H J Mc Roberts until noon June 30th KICKED TO DEATH Wesley Suther land a prominent young man of the Little South section of Casey was kicked to death by a mule Saturday DR W N CRAIG will be in his office over McRoberts drug store for a few days prepared to test your eyes and supply you with the glasses ypu need- PETER GILCHER the wellknown Dan ville confectioner and rcstaurantcr is dead He was n good citizen and one CentraliBRIGHT Mr William H Bright brother of Mr John H Bright of this place is dead in Ray county Mo aged He left this county in 1860 A wife and six children survive YOUR account with the Stanford Drug Co has not yet been paid and a settlement Is desired and must be had This means you if you owe the firm which is now out of business and must settle up its affairs THE fair association have their beau tiful halfmile track at Crab Orchard in splendid condition The public are in vited to use it for riding and driving purposes but are requested not to drive too much in the same track but treat it all alikeI CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to ex press thanks and gratitude to those friends who were so kind and thought ful during the sickness and death of our loved one Clarence Murphy also we are thankful for the beautiful flowers Mrs W L Murphy and family Tim thobit Xcnia Sunday school on next Friday evening June 19 will give an ice cream supper at tho school house on tho Danville pike Tho proceeds will go toward buying an or gan music etc The public is invited Hours 5 to 11 prices 1016 and 20 eta WHILE driving into Danville yester day morning the horse pulling Messrs M F Rout and R R Fox of tho Marksbury section of Garrard scared and began to kick Both gentlemen were kicked out of the vehicle and Mr Fox sustained a broken ankle Mr Rout was considerably bruised but no bones were broken BIDS WANTEDProposals will be re ceived for the next 10 days for the erection of a concrete bank building for tho Waynesburg Deposit Bank of Waynesburg Ky Tho material and workmanship in tho construction of this building must be first class Contractors desirous of bidding on this building can receive full information and speci fications by addressing The Waynes burg Deposit Bank Waynesburg Ky PIIILLlPsAfter a lingering illness caused by eczema and other troubles Mr James Madison Philips died at his home on East Main street at about 8 oclock Friday night Expecting the end the entire family was present Mr Phillips was 76 years old and had lived with the good wife who survives him nearly 50 years He was born in Gar rard county but more than half of his life had been spent in Lincoln He was a good citizen a kindhearted clever man and an excellent neighbor When a mere boy he united with the Christian church and had since been a consistent member Besides his wife who was a daughter of the late Ham Baughman five children Henry D I S and J M Phillips and Misses Annie and Mary Phillips survive He also leaves a brother Mr Lewis Phillips of Califor nia and three sisters Mesdames John W Simpson and Charles Grimes of Garrard and S R Cook of Lexington Much sympathy is felt for them all in their loss At the late home at 230 Saturday afternoon Eld Joseph Ballou preached a most fitting funeral dis course after which the burial occurred in Buffalo cemetery It is rather a coI- ncIdence that Mr Phillips and Mr Thomas J Foster were devout friends and close neighbors died within so short a time of each other TIOSE persons who took space in the Lincoln County fair catalogue will please send in the copy for their adver tisements as this office is now at work on the catalogues The Lincoln Medical Society Meet The Lincoln Cot Medical Society convened in Dr E J Browns office Tuesday 9th The meeting was a sue cess The following members were present Drs J F Peyton L B Cook E J Brown G G Perry Hugh Reid J G Carpenter Stanford Bertie Carpenter Hustonville H Single ton McKinney J W Acton Kings vllle W F Hickle Hubble Drs Wes ley and Creech were visiting physicians from Middleburg A vote of thanks was extended the visiting doctors for their presence as they made a long overland trip to bo present Dr L B Cook read a most instructive paper on Entero Colitis Every member present discussed the paper and complimented Its many excellent features Dr E J Brown gave an interesting lecture on Measles and their Complications This lecture received many encomiums at the hands of the physicians Most of the physicians agreed that many ear and throat complications come from meas les scarlet fever and their kindred diseases and therefore the attending phy sician should not dismiss the patient too soon as these complications may arise after the patient is thought to be out of danger Much might be said about both speeches but space forbids more The society has more paid up members now than it has had in years The so ciety selected Dr W J Edmiston of Crab Orchard to read a paper on Dysentery and Dr W B OBannon one on Fractures of the Upper Extremi ties of Children the Diagnosis and Treatment Both of these papers are to be read in Stanford the second Tues day in August W F HICKLE Secy A man who Is in perfect health so he can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which he should be thankful Mr L C Rod gem of Branchton Pa writes that he was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made a new man of him Be says Success to Foleys Kidney Cure It Pennys Drug Store ooperPemiiiiijtoii Fire and Life Insurance Representing old and established Com punies Odd Follows BfiiliHug Stan ford Ky nion ul hl- OSAMPSON Thus young Jack will make this season at my arm where I live tho 1411 Baughman farm y mile Koulh of HUmfonl on the Horn cruet pike at til to Insure mare colts and pt to Insure hone colts I consider Hompson a great breeding Jack All of nU last year colts were extra two of them at Htnnfonl Lnnellur and Unnvllle fair and won both tat mind 2nd premiums In colt rings of 50 lO entries at nil three flllrs also won ht In the kwtptnk ilng at Laucnter the only fnlr that gave n sweepstake Eight of ills llUi colts and four of his IMS colts lire now on my farm to show for themselves I will nppreclnto nny mure sent to him and feel sure Ou will not sending KyPhono Pence JrPence Jr will make the season of lute at my barniSmile from JtowlnndlltJIU to In sure n colt If part ed with the season money becomes due Pence Jr bnyttnlllon 5 year old full It hands high style and action fly lenee he by Illenal he hrUohnont he by Alexander Alxlallah dam by Almont Forrest 2nd dam by Clarrnrd Chief ant dam by Ofty Eagle 4th dam by Coper bottom b Ed liar low Caslelarltte2ho by VolunteerlIihY 11 Kd lit dart by tVoburn nu data by a Mnmbrlno horse 3rd dam by Mnmbrlno Messenger lenceJrstd dam by lilts Vermont Mares gnu ed at fj per month not respon sible for accidents or escapes should any occur J Z BlOONAIOIm Rowland Ky PRESTON 922 iVol1L1 Ihogooobowduced winning nt all thn Kentucky fain and olio at the horse shows at Louisville Ht Louis and Kansas Oily Hal n brown horse with black points lOJ hands with fine style nnd high action highISired by Washington Flat dam Hell by llhoderlck Second dam by IJvntnark It la useless to commend him as the pea pie of this and adjoining also forbreedingrecord al a show horse und purposes He will make the season of IVOSnt my sta ble in Crab Orchard at its to Insure a living colt Will keep mare on grass at tt per month but not responsible lor accident or escape of itock Season due If mare Is trod ed or parted with J0BAILEY- Grab Orchard Ky PEYTON My fine mule Jnck will make the present season at Morelnnd Kyat IS to Insure n liv colt liol mure foal getter and I con slier hint an extra good mule Jack Ills mule round up when matured right at 19 bands high Also n tine black Ja- ckTURNER with white points 16 handll Inch will bo permitted to servo mares nt JS to Insure a living colt Heehlscoltson my form they lire extra good I have two young Jack Sunrise and Midday thiit will serve a few nmres gratis My hor- seIndependence Chiefw- ill servo a limited number of inane nt to to insure a living colt Independence Chief lit dam by Oambettn Wilkes with five pro during dams and sired Ofcllliin Chief llIi KINO zlorehlnd Ky OETRLDYFor Opportunity Sale Below we give some of the reasons why this is the greatest buying opportunity we have ever offered our patrons 1st Nearly a month earlier than we ever sacrificed a Spring and Summer stock 2nd The quantity of goods to be distribu ted is larger than at any previous sale 3rd The variety of merchandise is so great that we can please the most exacting embracing both piece goods and readymade goods4th The prices are cut deeper than ever before In many cases 13 and 12 taken off After you attend this sale and supply your self with the excellent values we are offering you will agree with us that this is the great estlof all great sales Sale begins Wednesday June 17 and closes Saturday June 27th See hand bills For special prices Ask for one if you did not get one SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY New Nechwear 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 4 scription Prices from 5 to 25c Calicos at 5 Cents- TRIBBLE t HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY RefrigeratorsIce Ice Cream Freezers 0 = At = i W ire HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky t The Interior Journal Entered in the PoOf Stanford cu Iweendcla matter TU JSDAT A- TI00 ufD JUDY S PER YEAR CASt r When not so paId 1100 will be charged B D CARTER Now Livery Dopot Street Phono 96 1ItANFOADKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any person treipniilng night or doing Injury toatockIntraveling the pub Ho highways or Injury to stock from the lands of other people This rownrd rotors to pat present And future I also offer a spec reward of 00 for particulars tee me I nlio offer two special of fJOnnd ptxcachJOOarpenter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Penlrrs In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments FlrstOlass Work Bt Reasonable Price Once and Works McKlnnoy Ky Hhop closed on Saturday a A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building j Sign Writing Draper and House Painting Taper Ranger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator Graining Ete McKINNEY KY INSURANCETire AMldent None but the BT11ONGK8T and JBBBT Companies He presented Lowest Pos able Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Reo erd Unegnalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Many Iniurance companies have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have writing at n time when the farmer need them the most A Friend tn need Is n FrIend Indeed The Home In Burnnce Company of N Y the largest and moat popular Fire Insurance Company has always and II now writing tobacco barns nnd all classes of arm property They have not cancelled a single In coun ties where the tobacco trouble has been theIworst For Insurance on nil classes of property Address or Ibone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazieyC6 Undertakers and EmbalmtI era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugg They J willexchange Furniture for All Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY D JC McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Offce Phone Home Phone J PrGffiiam Lit Of LinGaln GOURtU FairT- obe held at Stanford Three Days Beginning Wednesday July 22 1908 1200 in Premiums First Day t July 22 MULES MULE CLASS u ko 1 Bet mare mule colt under 1 year 810 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd ONo87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No3 Best mare mule 1 year old and under 2 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No4 Jest horse mule l year old and under 2 10 00 87 to let 83 to 2nd No5 Best mare mule 2yearsold and under 8 10 00 87 to let 83 to 2nd No 6 Best horse mule2 years oldand under S 1000 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No 7 Best mare and mule colt colt at side 15 00 810 to let 85 to 2n- dHORSES NEW YORK SADDLE CLASSINo8 Best walktrot and canter mare or geld 15 00ing any age 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd No U Best horse colt under 1yearold 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No 10 Best filly colt under 1yearold 10 00 87 to 1st S3 to 2nd No 11 Best mare or gelding 1 year old allilun der2 10 00 87 to let 83 to 2nd No 12 Best mare or gelding 2 ycars old ana under 8s 15 00 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd No 13 Best mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 15 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd No 14 Best phaeton mare or gelding any age 15 hands and under 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 15 Best pair of mares or geldings anyage 25 00 20 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 16 Best stallion 3yearsold and under 4 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 17 Best mare or gelding 3 years olcl and under 4 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 18 Best pair any age regardless of Sex color or ownership 30 00 20 to let 10 to 2nd No 19 Best gelding 4 years old and over 40 00 20 to 1st 15 to 2nd 5 to 3rd COMBINED CLASS No 20 Best mare or gelding any age 30 00 20 to let 10 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 21 Best stallion anyage 40 00 25 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd Second Day July 23 v JACKS AND MULES JACK CLASS No 22 Best jack under one year old 10 00 7 to lit 3 to 2nd- No 23 Best jack 1 yearold and under 2 10 00 7 to let 3 to 2nd FARMERS DEPARTMENT The S S Co bought 360 1500 pound cattle in Bourbon at Gc They are a fine lot FOR SALEFresh Jersey cow with calf big milker W S Tewmey Danville Ky Buy your pure Sisal twine at 8c from G Weatherford Co dealers in general merchandise Hustonvillc 4t There is a stray hog on my place Came about a month ago Weighs now about 126 pounds Owner can get him by proving property and paying for this notice T B Hammonds II F No2 Stanford There la much complaint from Barroi county about the bugs cutting down and destroying tobacco Many farmers have already reset their tobacco crop the second time and some will have to re place it the third time DANVILLE COURTA small crowd at tended Danvillo court yesterday and business of all kinds was quiet There were only about 30 cattle on the mar ket and they brought HJ to 4Jc There was little or no activity in either the horse or mule markets The police adopted strong measures to prevent betting by any system whatever at the Gravesend race course uniformedIdeputy sheriffs and detectives in plainclothes kept every one on the move not even permitting two men to stand together on the lawn in front of the grandstand No 24 Best jack 2ycarsold and under 3 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 25 Best jack any age ago considered 15 Of 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 2fi Best jennet under twoycnnl old 10 01 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 27 Best jennet say age 10 Ol 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd MULE CLASS No 28 Best mare mule 8 years old anti over 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 20 Best horse mulo 3 ycahs old and over 10 00 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 30 Best mule anyage20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 31 Best pair mules anyago regardless of sex or color 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd THOROUGHBRED HORSES No 32 Best thoroughbred stallion mare or gelding any age ago considered 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2ut- lHORSES HARNESS CLASS No 33 Best gelding 4 yearsold and over 20 00 15 to let 5 to 2nd No 34 Bout colt either sex under 1 enrQld 10 00 7 to lit 3 to 2nd No 35 nest mare or gelding 1 yenr old and un der 2 10 00 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 36 Best mare or gelding 2 enldold and under 3w IS 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd No 37 Best stallion 1 ycar old and under 2 10 00 7 to let 3 to 2nd SHETLAND PONIES No 38 Best mare and colt maro 48 inches and under J 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 39 Best stallion mare or gelding not un tIer 46 inches anti not over 52 inches Show Optional 10 K 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 40 Best posy 4G inches anti under driven hy boy or girl 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to2nd SPECIAL CLASS No 41 Best fancy turnout single horse dcqfc rations not considered stallions barred 15 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd COLT STAKE No 42 Best colt either 8CXr 50 00 35 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3nlI10 per cent entrance fee to enter by July 12th Seven to enter and five to show SADDLE CLASS No 48 Beat stallion ayears old anti under 4 15 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd HIGH No 20001INo marc or any t fNounder 4 20 00 15 to let 5 to 2nd The widow of Congressman Campbell Slemp is dead in Virginia Night riders went to the home of Charles Garvey in Pendleton county and forced him to sign his 1907 crop of T Powell of lIustonville has placed his fine Dignity Dare threeyear old filly Toxy Dare in the hands of Mack Hughes of Danville who will snow her this season By the way Mr Powell refused 700 for this fine ani mal If one feels dull and spiritless to tho Spring or early Summer they call It Spring Fever Hut there Is no fever usually It Is the after olTeot of our Winter habits The nerves are mostly at fault Tired wornout nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambition A low doses of Dr Snoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of those depressing symptom The fibs toratlvo of course wont bring you back to hill health in u day or two but it wilt do enough In 48 hours to satisfy you that tho remedy is roach ing that tired spot Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonlo 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 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lucy Williams has been appointed postmaster at Sloans Valley Pulaski countyReportsfm London indicate that Elza Langford who was shot at Mt Vernon by a man named Clark is do- Ing no good Mrs Bottle Sparks wife of ExSen ator E R Sparks died at Nicholas villa after a years illness Besides her husband she is survived by two child renTho 13lth anniversary of the found ing of llarrodsburg the oldest city in Kentucky will be celebrated at Shaw nee Springs today An oldfashioned basket dinner will be spread James Croucher a welltodo citizen of Rockcaatlc attempted suicide by cutting his throat Sickness in his family is supposed to have caused him to attempt to destroy himself To stop pa-lMwanywtoro In 20 minutes simply tako just one of Dr Shoope Pink Pain Tablets Pain moats congestion blood pressure that Is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Taltlotewill quickly coax blood pressure away from pain contors After that pain Is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 23c Sold by Pennys Drug- Store John Wilmot white and Will Brooks colored were killed by lightning in Bourbon county HARNESS CLASS No 47 Best stallion 4 years old andover 20 00 15 to let 5 to 2nd SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE CLASS No 48 Best saddle stallion mare or guiding J any age 50 00 25 to ht 15 to 2nd 10 to 3n1 Third Day July 24 4 HORSES HARNESS CLASS No 49 Rest stallion 2ycaraoId and tinder 3 16 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASSqNo 50 Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 iO 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS i No 51 Best maro and colt colt lit lido either sox regardlcMof breeding IB 00 10 to let C to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 52 Bent italllou 2 years old and under tuo tlK 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 53 Best mare 4 years oMAnt ovaraG 00 20 to lit 6 to 2ntlCROADSTER CLASS No 54 Best mare or gelding anyago SB 00 JSllBrI4ANo 55 Best stallion mare or gelling any ago 40 inches and under show optional 10 00 7 to let 8 to 2ndtNo 50 Bert pony riddon by hay or girl rider not to bo over 12 years of ago 10 00 7 to ht 8 to 8rd No 67 Best pony driven not under 40 Inches and not over 82 Inches Vl0 rQQ 7 to let 3 to 2n- dHORSES No 5S Best stable 4 horses handled hone man 20 00 16 to let 8 to 2nd No 50 Beit walktrot mare or gelding fff o0 10 to let 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 60 Best rockawny mare or gelding any age 10 00 10 to let 6 to 2nd WALKING CLASS No 61 Best walking maro or gelding any ago 16 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 02 Ilk mare 4 years old and over 20 00l15 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 63 Best gelding 4 years old anti over 20 00 15 to lit 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No G4 Best funoy turnout tingle horw dean 4 rations stallion barred 20 00 15 to let 5 to 2nd No 05 Best pair any age regardless of sox or color or ownership tfdYl6 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd COMBINED CLASS t No 00 neAt stallion any age 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd 5WEEPSTA1CI2 ROADSTER CLASS No 67 Best stallion maro or gelding any age TtS 50 to let 15 to 2nd 10 to 3rd 00h liLL1 f1hdA t JIrIT1- f1E4AIAAIOnDJDOJJ k OUZI700 blJX II 1 CEORCEH HARRIS Roofing For Sale S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckytI Tinning and Plumbing