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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I J THE INTERIOP JOURNALr VOL XXXv1STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 19 19081 NO 31 Clarence Coleman Attends the Confederate Reunion and WritesI About it BIRMINOIIAM ALA June LiThe remnants of tho mighty host who wore the gray and who followed tho Stars and liars in defense of Dixie Land thro four long years of bloody warfarewero the guests of Birmingham this week It was the 18th annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans and with them wore tho sow of veterans and daughters of tho Confederacy Tho old heroes are passing away rapidly one by one tho grim summons to the bar of eternal judgment tho battle t I scared hero of that glorious army that wore the gray and who battled for per sonal liberty and constitutional rights Tho ranks of the Souths chivalrous defenders are being decimated at a fearful rate each year Death tho great leveler which lays the scepter and tho shepherds crook side by side spares neither the great nor the small All alike must answer his summons The sad weird strains of taps are sounded for generals and privates alike and within a few short years at most the Confederate soldier will live only In the memory of a grateful people The survivors of this matchless band of Spartan heroes is now little more than n thin gray line but long after the last one shall have answered the final call long after the final salute has been fired over the last resting place of the last veteran they will live in tho mem ory and hearts of tho proudest race that treads beneath the canopy of heaven Their fame carved In immortal glory upon a thousand battlefields shall be a more enduring monument than the pyramids of Egypt The death of Gen Stephen D Lee commander of the United Confederate Veterans which occurred on the eve of tho reunion was a sad affair Gen I Lee was the ranking officer of the Con federacy and much beloved by Southern people but he too has gone to join the other immortal spirits that rest in the ahade of the trees He is now with the great Lee the Johnson Pick ett Gordon Jackson Morgan and For rest and others of the mighty host who were conquered only by death Peace to their ashes I The reunion began Tuesday and con tined over Thursday Something like 10000 griuled veterans were In attendance from every part of the South Gen Simon Bollvcr Buckner one of the two surviving lieutenant generals of the Confederacy Gen A P Stew art of Chattanooga being the ether and about 400 veterans were hero from Kentucky Gen Buckner is 85 years old and very feeble and it is not likely he will live to see another big reunion Gen Stewart is 88 years old and was too feeble to attend Gen Clement C Evans of Georgia was elected commander in chief to succeed Gen Steph en D Lee and Memphis was selected ms the meeting place for WOO Birmingham was one mass of flags and bunting being the most gayly and lavishly decorated city I have over seen The Stars and Bars floated In the breeze from hundreds of business houses resi den es trees and poles and even from trains and electric cars The Stars and t Stripes were also used in profusion and right they should have been for no one- reveres the American flag more or would resent nn insult to it quicker than the herpes of tho Lost Cause Gens Joe Wheeler nnd Fitzhugh Leo were among tho first to volunteer their services in the SpanishAmerican war and they were not alone as hundreds of other Confederate veterans and sons of Con fede ito soldiers enlisted in the war against Spain The cause of tho South is so sacred and dear to mo that I could writo volumes about It but I do not surrender my loyalty to the union in my devotion to the heroes who wore the gray The South was right and fought for her con atitutionnl rights My wlfo accompanied mo on this Southern jaunt as she always does We left Louisville June and spent last Sunday In Chattanooga Several hours were spent on Lookout Mountain made famous by tho battle above the clouds I have viewed greater New York from the Liberty Enlightening the World statue which looms out of the waters of Now York harbor also the great rock of Gibraltar have view ed Honolulu harbor from the Pacific Heights and made the inland seas of Japan but all these sights and hun dreds of others dwindle into insignificance when compared with the view horn Lookout Mountain One can ov erlook four battlefields Chickamauga Missionary Ridge Wuuhntchio and Lookout Mountain Then there IS the picturesque Tennessee river and Moccasin Bend on which nestles the beau tiful city of Chattanooga From one view point one can see into seven dir ferent States viz Kentucky Virgin ia North and South Carolina Tennes see Georgia and Alabama Wo visited three of my comrades in Calhoun county Ala I was with these boys in far away Luzon and could not think of visiting Alabama without sec ing them 1 had not seen them since we were mustered out at San Francisco seven years ago He pectfullyI CLARENCE COLEMAN A Crime Intensified by Pardon Gov Willson did what he intended to do all the time pardon the assassins of Gov Goebel Tho reading of the re cords was a big bluff and yet the Gov ernor acted wisely in delaying the evil day Had he issued the pardons as soon as he was inaugurated as ho was ex pected to do and as he was ordered by his party of assassin lovers and assas sin defenders a howl would have gone up and indignation would have been so great that the excited believers in the guilt of Powers and Howard might have done them bodily harm if indeed they had not tried to wreak vengeance on tho Governor It has been six months since Gov Willson was inaugu rated and the long delay has accustomed the people to the absolute certainty of tho pardons therefore while there is suppressed indignation it is not likely that even the thoughtless hotheads will do more than express execrations both for the Governor and the recipients of leniency A pardon does not remove presumptions of guilt and the belief among those who thought from the testimony that both men are as guilty as hell itself will be more pronounced than ever There may be some grounds for doubt that Howard Is guilty but even Gov Willsons assertion of the complete innocence of Powers will not convince any man who wants to see crime punished and the foulest of deeds avengedGov Willsons reasons for the par dons aro given in this issue of the State Journal His characterization of the assassination of Gov Goebel is vigorous and reads well but when his party has shown individually and in convention that it approved of the foulest of crimes there will be doubts of the sincerity of the utterances Like the rest of the defenders of Powers Gov Willson lays all the guilt on Youtsey over whom the whole body of assassination sympathiz ers slobbered and vociferated when Judge Cantrill forced him to undergo trial while stretched in feigned Insan- Ity on a couch and whom the last one claimed was innocent Having turned States evidence against the other assassin ho is made the scape goat and former love for him has been turned in to hate The Governor has further stamped the Republican endorsement of assassination and if those socalled Democrats who either voted for him or remained away from the polls thereby aiding his election do not forever kick themselves for their perfidy they havo no consciences At the rate things are going there will soon be no Republican party in Kentucky In fact its name ought now to be changed to the endorsers and defenders of assas sination as apolitical weaponFrank fort Journal IUealth Coffee Is really the clos est Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clover Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Simon Racine Wls Not a grain of real Coffee In it either Dr Shoops Health Coffeo Is made from puro toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really would fool an expert who might drink it for Coffeo No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the dolor Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Chemical National Bank of New York n temporary Government deposi tory has returned to the National Treasurer its public deposits with the explanation that the bank does not pay interest to depositors and that it would bo required to pay interest on the Government deposit under the terms of the new currency act The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chron ic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done mo at much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider them the best pills over sold writes B FAs cue of Inglestdo N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25c The etymology of yeggman ia uncertain Some persons assert that the term owes its origin to ono John Yegg a leader of a gang of thieves If you will make inquiry it will be a revolution to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles In one form or another If tho patient is mot beyond inedlcal aid Foloys Kidnoy Cure will euro It mover disappoints Pennys Drug Store The Mississippi State democratic con vention instructed to vote for W J Bryan for president A restaurant has been opened in New York where a full course dinner can be for seven cents tad BRODHEAD Wheat harvest is in full blast The new store building recently erected lay Dr Gravely will be used by Haggard Son merchants One death from whooping cough in our town A little child of Mr and Mrs W Adams was buried near Otto wa last Saturday- Messrs Jno Hamm Ben and George Albright havo bought a new threshes and will begin work as soon as the threshing season sets in Miss Helen Thurmond of Danville is clerking In the bank hero Little Miss Ella B Newland is very sick with symptoms of fever A little daughter of Micajah Tyree of Glades is very sick with fever Tho baseball boys are not faring very well They began using tne schoolhouse grounds but were run out Last Sunday they alighted on a vacant lot of Dr Gravelys and he told them It must be the last Now no one would refuse the boys enough land on which to play If they would not use the Sab bath day upon which to play Childrens day at Maretsburg next Sunday promises to be an interesting affair songs and speeches and a basket dinner Fourth of July will be celebrated at Freedom church five miles south of here In the way of a singing contest in which several Sunday schools will participate On July 12 Revs Smith and Pike will preach In the yard of G E Painter near here at 3 p M James Frith was in Stanford Wed nesday Mrs Mona Dunn and Miss El la Dunn will arrive Saturday to visit Mrs J G Frith Miss Bobbie Davis of Mt Vernon and Miss Beulah Wal len are with Mrs Egbert Wallen this week Miss Lillie Albright of Bar bourvllle is the guest of Mrs Mary Albright Misses Ethel and Susie Hil ton of Stanford are with their aunt Mrs J T Cherry Egbert Wallen has returned to his work at Oakdale Tenn after spending several days with his family Mrs Rebecca Schuburt and children have returned to their homo near Defiance Ohio after spending 3 weeks with relatives here Mrs W C Swinford and children have returned to Lebanon Junction after spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs G E Paint er Miss Mattie Wilmott is visiting In WilliamsburgNEWS NOTES Ben Bell was killal at Shepherdsville by a log rolling on him It is said that over 1000 seamen de sorted from the fleet upon its arrival in CaliforniaJudge S Pryor Is confined to his bed at Eminence suffering from acute T Pennington of Cartel county was killed in an elevator at WashingtonOnly emigrants arrived at the New York harbor in May against 146 688 in May 1907 The 39th annual meeting of the Ken tucky Press Association is being held at Cerulean Springs Pittsburg has seven more national banks than Boston but their total capitalization is 33000000 less Acting Gov Cox visited the Frankfort penitentiary Tuesday and he is expected to issue several pardons to blind anti crippled convicts who were summoned before him It is said that John Powers a broth In1dlctedWilliam Goebel is living in Guatemala under an assumed name Because he tried to hug Miss Cornelia Meiser a wellknown society girl whom he says he mistook for some ono else C II Degarme was fined 100 and costs in the Police Court at Evansville Ind Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found It a reliable remedy for throat rind lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly 40 years Now Discovery has stood at the bead 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 50c and 81 Trial bottle free While helping to arrest a struggling drunken man Wm N Barkley stock constable of Fayette county and a well known resident of Lexington dropped dead between the wheels of the buggy into which he and Constable James Kinkead were attempting to place their prisoner Cures Gapes Instantly BAUDSTOWV KY May 4 1008 One drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves tho chicken In stantly Whoa fed In feed or water It is the best preventive I have ever seen Will Cooraos PLEASANT POINT Rev J A Singleton will fill his ap polntment at the Baptist church Sun day Rev Bradford preached an inter eating sermon Sunday evening at the Methodist church The funds realized for the benefit of the M E church at Highland wet 1750 A supper will be given at the Christian church at Klngsvllle for the benefit of that church Saturday eye ning 20th Everybody is invited to come and help a good cause Douglas Jeffries is building a store house on the Somerset pike near Way nesburg Miss Cora McWilliams wil teach the Greenbrier school this fall James Henderson formerly of Arkan ass has located here and will experi ment with alfalfa as he thinks theI- lloil here will prove very productive W L McCatty of Stanford Is with her mother at Kingsvllle while her husband is in South Dakota M D Wall and family who have been residing ih Lee county have re turned to their home here Mrs Martha Wall will move to the Hicks place near Klngsvllle Mrs T M Alford It indisposed Daniel Kldd is very low with consumption Miss Emma Rou ten is visiting relatives at Hustonvllle Miss Ruth Alford spent a few days at Kingavslle Misses Effie Young and Esther Murphy were guests of Misses Maud and Bird Brown Mrs J A Dunn and Miss Elizabeth Dye have re turned from a visit to Lexington and Nicholasville friends MissJosieStroth er of Lexington is visiting Miss Alma Dean Misses Della Hogue and Bertha Brown attended the second Sunday meeting at Waynesburg Mrs E G Gilliland and little sons Aubrey and Herschel have returned from a visit to relatives at Eubanks S C Alford and ramify were visiting at William Terrys last week Messrs Victor Gilliland and Jlaud Griffin of Eubanks called on two harming young ladies at this place- E Harmon and wife spent Sunday at- C Browns Miss Laura Wilson is visiting Cynthlana relatives Samuel rivitt wife and son of Winfield Tenn have been visiting relatives here Mrs Mary Dye is with her son at Kingsville Misses Nannie and Rosa Taylor are guests of Mrs J Webber at Somerset IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Marcus Cassell a prominent Jessa mine county farmer committed suicide by sooting himself The administrator of Harrison Keith who was killed in the Danville yards by a Q C train has sued that carpora tlon for 30000 The big flouring mill at Cornishville Mercer county owned by W H and- O H Denbaun was burned causing a 12000 loss with 6000 insurance Ruth 11 year old daughter of Ed Wilson who is connected with the rev enue office in Danville was pamfull injured by being kicked in the mouth by a pet pony loosening some of her teeth and cutting and bruising her chin A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and weak kidneys it cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive functions purify the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store fXte The Mississippi River is four feet above the danger line at St Louis and nany houses and cellars near the levees Ire flooded The Missouri River at- St Charles Mo broke through a railroad embankment and flooded 4000 icres of farming lands W U Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This Is to certify that I have used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for ihronio constipation and It has prov en without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It Is with pleasure I offer my consclen bus reference Pennys Drug- Store The constitutionality of the dog tax law enacted by the General Assembly oC 1906 was upheld by the Court of Appeals Judge Barker writing the pinion Will Cure Consumption A A Herren Finch Ark writes Foloys Honey and Tar is time best reparation for coughs colds and unp trouble I know that It has tired consumption lathe first stages You never hoard of any ono using Ioloys Honey and Tar und not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store The wealth of New Zealand a cord- Ing to recent statistics is 1480 per person and is said to be the highest of any country in the world Cool Comfortable Summer C thes1 iiJl CiRltTO Ilm liJt Come and see our line of Summer Clothes und be convinced of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIREOTORS J B Owale Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberta Creek Official Train for Kentucky Democrats- To Denver Colorado V IaIHenderson Route Missouri Pacific and Rock Island Lines Selected by the Delegates at the Lexington Convention Leaves Louisville 900 P M FRIDAY JULY 3RD arrives Denver noon Sunday July 5th Fare from STANFORD KY 3897 Write and reserve Pullman Reservations now address E M WOMACK C P A 4th and Main Sts Louisville Ky We Have a Few Sets of Buggy Harness Left which is going at Money Saving Prices Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS 41144 Curo Cholera Gapes Iloup Canker and Limberucck Price 50 cents No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Guaranteed George L Penny bytPharmacistfUARDSTOWN KY May 4 1908 Ono drop of 41144 dropped down the hill of a gaping chicken kills the venue and relieves the chicken instantly When fed in feed or water jt is ho best preventative I have ever known WILL COOMES HE SAf til oAhU u n s WAI Jl TRANSFER MONEY IS BYtLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEIFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IncoePORATroFa Journattr J W FOLEY if Lincoln conn lPtysubiecttotheactton cf the deinocruti WLMCARTY- li a candidate fur Sheriff of Lincoln coun ItTsubject to the Action ot the democratic rty BAUGHMANiIf candidate for BherlR of Lincoln county t subject to the action of the democratict party tJOHNSAM OWSLEY JR j Ti candidate for the nomination for Ju- dKefor the Lincoln County Court subject to the of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE It candidate for magistrate In the Stan ford dlitrict subject to the democratic prl wary of June G JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic 4party MBRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party tjJAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Aneitor of Lincoln count I ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER R Is a candidate for the Democratic nomlnn tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HELMiof Lincoln county BUND TOM It the famous Negro mu Biclan marvel of three generations of playgoers died In Hoboken N J where he had been living for years in retirement and subsisting on charity Thomas Wiggins is the name given in the burial certificate but the surname was the one which the famous pianist adopted He was born a slave near Columbus Ga about 1850 In early childhood Tom who was born entirely blind and half idiotic showed himself remarkably imitative frequently steal ing into the house of his master to reproduce on the piano pieces he had heard played by others In 1861 he be came so proficient on the instrument that he was taken to New York and ex hibited as a phenomenon and later was j widely heard in the United States and tEurope damage suit of Noel Gaines the Kentucky State Journal and Percy Haly was compromised at Lawrenceburg Tuesday It will be remembered that a verdict of 2000 was given Gaines and that the court of appeals reversed the lower court We are informed that Mr Italy grew tired of the trials and paid a small amount rather than be further bothered Mr desiretfriends including Mr Haly also paid his share Till friends of former Senator E W Ctjrroack dominated the State democratic convention of Tennessee M R Patterson who Is opposing Senator Carmack for governor had few hench r men The convention instructed for i Bryan for president It also indicated that the Carmack wing will advocate Statewide prohibition THE National republican convention t is in full blast but no nomination had J been made for president and vicepresi a dent when we went to press Taft is t the whole show and his nomination is a foregone conclusion Who the nomi nee for vice president will be is the questionIIT is said that Bryan wants Woodrow Wilson president of Princeton College as his running mate The people want Johnson of Minnesota and as the lat ter do the voting they should have the say i POLITICAL The Louisiana House of Representa tives vote down a State wide prohibition bill Bryan carried the Virginias conven tion notwithstanding Senator Daniels democrats in convention at Denver adopted resolutions instructing for Bryan for president Gov Dawson of West Virginia has gone to Asheville N C with the hope of being cured of consumption A G Rhea has withdrawn from the 1racefor Congress in the Third district l in the interest of harmony he says I National Committeeman Urey Wood son says Congressman Clayton of Ala- I bama bo temporary chairman of the Denver convention Goy Guild of Massachusetts has resumed his duties as Chief Executive of f the State after an absence of more than three months on account of illness Senator Wright of the Seventh Sen atonal is being urged by many forfRv f rt YdFyW RC t E t 00 At a coSt of of about 400000 just pprbpriated by the Congress Mexico is to have her first important coalin station at the port of Manzanlllo on the Pacific coast In a speech at Franklin Common wealths Attorney R Y Thomas charg ed that Gov Willson had rendered himself liable to indictment for sending soldiers talc Countic z without the request of civil authorities Some people have wondered why it is that there will be 1002 delegates for the Denver convention and 992 at the Chicago convention since the represen tation in both is based upon the representation of the various States in Con gress The explanation is found in th fact that the democrats allowed six del egates each to the District of Columbia Hawaii and Porto Rico to which th republicans allowed only two delegates each The republicans allowed two delegates from the Philippines which will not be represented at all in the democratic convention MIDDLEBURG Mrs Eliza Estes is up from Somerset to spend several weeks with Mrs J A Estes Mrs Helen Carter is confined to her bed with neuralgia We will soon be in direct communica tion with all points east of us A tele phone line from Kingsville has just been completed to this place and another Is said to be heading this way from a point on Fishing Creek Ernest Tomes the 18yearold son ot David Tomes and Miss Opal Wilson the 15yearold daughter of Rice Wilson stole a march on the old folks by slipping off to Tennessee and getting married The writer saw them as they drove through town Sunday morning but they looked so innocent he never once suspected an elopement The good roads question is discussed at length here now It seems that the most popular idea is to put the gates back on the pikes and make these roads support themselves and use the road tax in repairing and putting the dirt roads in order Let us keep the ball rolling until Casey has turnpike roads running in every direction and bridges over all her streams The Glorious Fourth will be celebrat ed as usual at Oak Park The program which is now out and being posted is the best yet There will be a number of most laughable contests and if people fail to enjoy themselves it will be their own fault The Giants the champion ball team of this section will play Hustonville and that of itself will bring hundreds of people MATRIMONIAL Cleveland Wren and Miss Mary Estes Stephens were married at Robert Pol lards in the East End Ernest Ashley aged 18 and Miss Emma Bryant 20 were married at Logan Bryants on the 17th George M Pulliam aged 18 and Miss Katie Stull 27 were joined heart and hand at Jake Newells this week William Miller and Miss Sarah Say lor the latter sweet 16 were made one at John H Saylors a few days ago Ben F Holtzclaw and Miss Nora 0 Neal Dyehouse both of this county were married at the Gilcher House in DanvilleMarriages in England and Wales dur ing 1907 numbered 276088 equal to the average rate for the preceding ten years The births registered numbered 91711 fewer tfan the rate in any other year on record Evelyn Thaw and her husband have become reconciled and will not be separated according to a statement made by Daniel OReilly Evelyn Thaws counsel Mr OReilly added that despite the attitude of Mrs Thaw and other members of the Thaw family who have been opposed to Mrs Evelyn Thaw she will retain her positon as the wife Harry Thaw 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 quickly coax blood pressure away from pain centers After that pain Is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning at the usual hou- rBueklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writesIII 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 0250 box won the day for me by affecting a per feet cure1 Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call StanfordKyCapt A J Gross is dead at Clover port He was U S Marshal under Clevelandf aidsItsIwt vYNhrr +rk 1ekYr rrM HUBBLE J S McKittrick lost a valuable horse last week Mr Robert Bright of Denver Col is with his father Mr John Bright Mrs Lucy Gardner and Miss Lola Dyche of Missouri are visiting rcla tives here The ladies of the Christian church realized fl6 at their ice cream supper Saturday hlghtIMiss Bessie to ington after a visit to Misses Florence and Ada SpoonanVbre Miss ClaIr Jesse is expected soon from Los Angeles Cal for a visit to Spoonamoree will fill his appointment at the Christian church nighteSomerset and Mr Virgil McClure of Lexington were guests of J A Hammond this week Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure Theo soothing heal lag antiseptic suppositories go direct to the seat of these weaknesses My Book No 4 For Women contains many valuable hints to women and It is free Ask Dr Snoop Racine Wis to mail it Ask the Doctor in strictest confidence any question you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold by Pennys Drug Store Two sows and 18 pigs for sale Jacob Haefliger R R No1 Waynes burg R E NORTON Livery and Feed Stable Kingsville Ky Stable near Christian church Special attention to traveling men Everything new and firstclass FOR SALE I Hhode Island Red Pullets and Cockerels Eggs trout selected pent II r Wild Mallard Duck Eggs or young Ducks Call and see them Mns W J KDMIMTON Phone 7 Crab Orchard Ky Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Momerset pike four miles from Htnnford Contains 1W acres Uood resldenci aud abundant outhouse In good repair For further particulars call at this ottlle A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I S I will tell privately my farm of ltd acres two miles from on Danville pike good brick residence two good barns two cribs and other necessary bUlldlnKlltwIllwatered more than lUlU ea will pottettlon In October If highestbidder MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge Xo Ot A M will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at oclock in their hull on Main tt Stun ford Ky Members of sitter lodges are Penny1VI1fi PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my homo in OrllbOrchllrdt I r x sharp on HATU11DAY tl tho following Ielcrlbd property One handsome Ilaynes lirosV Plano rtteinway works good as new and sweet of tone Household and kitchen furniture lots of beds and bed ding jueenswure and Tableware centre tables carpets wardrobe parlor chairs lounges 7 or 8 rocking chairs and many other things too tedious to mention Also garden utensils Terms made known on dar or sale W M UOOItEH M D J1 Chandler Auct Adorinas Fox- I a handsome largo young Jersey null de scended from a long and unbroken line Of tho most noted bull and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the best bulls ever nod hts dm II ashow cow that has given 66 betsome Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice lie will Iw allowed to serve it limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of 53 each Make engagement before sending cow tobe bred Iti tOTTER Telephone W Stanford Ky N UWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will bt sold at right price Heaven of SAMPSONT- his young Jack will make this season at my tarot where I live the HII liaughman farm K mile South of Stanford on the Born mare colts and II tolnshreiorsecolts I consider Hampson a great extraIshowedtwo last year colts were of them at Htanford Lancaster and Danville fairs and won both lit Had xnd premiums in colt rings of 6 to 10 entries at all three fairs also won tit In the sweepstake ring at Lancaster the only fair that gave a sweepstake Eight of his colts and four of his 1008 colts are now on my farm to show for themselves I will appreciate any mares sent to him and tee cure will not regret sending KyPhone Weak WomenT- oweak and women there li at least ace help Bin wIth thatone treatmentsmust b combined On constitu tional but both are Important both essential Dr fifaoopt Night CUre Is the Local Dr fthoops Restorative the Constltotlccal The former Dr Shoops Night Cure is a topical mucous ratibnn supposltorr remedy white Dr Bhoops Htestoratira ls Internal treatment The Restorative reaches throughout the- entire silica ssekinx the repair of all sacra all Uuue aU blood ailments The Nltrhe CUre ai Its name Implies does tta work while you sleep It soothes sore and inflamed mucous surfaces heals local weakness and discharges while the Restorative eases nervous excitement gives and builds np wasted tissue bring about renewed strength TUfor and energy TabgeneralR eitord Ionic to the system For positive local hlp use as tell Dr tShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE irrayhsreWtr Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kstolle 2l934Sired by Zllcadl lold lust 4400 by loldon Mlngo Chief tracing back to Justli Morgan on both sides making hint an In tensely inbred Morgan stalllouIIe Is n dllrkI hands and weighs I I form brinier of few hlgtfclasi equals j a inow Ilronnnml d horses combining the for na nets And saddle sodindemamidattop prices 10 of hi I sold for and IumI4YtlIr0Id only fnrm broken mr own rnlting bale told In the pat year for IlU WrAgeof 1orseytoldduet will make the present season nt my farm near Stanford at fJO to Insure n living colt Aisoalargeatutflnayoung Jack n grandson of Tom KeenenndJoelilackburn at Pi to Insure a living colt Mares kept at ha prilny Good attention but no respond ulllty for accidents orescapes F IIK1D Danville Ky POSTED appear We whose names below strictly rorbh hUlltlnll nllllnil or kind or trespassing on our places und will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law PepplesMrsHpoonamonIM K Lawrence Keuben Curtis JH locker JMlVttut ChappellAmnndl IttstyMrsPeter llalmer Mrs Katherine Ador Messer t fusion Ashley A Ollitnnot James M Until J Soln Carter U M Uncle Joseph llnllou MILiytle Mrs Jas llaliws J DrJUlIrJlenlorInAM Free JllThoutpsunT- homas lrrlll Jas Skill wore David Ilurton J n Hunch MC KlchartUon Joseph Krntt dies Rattle liuwes Itetohenhaeh Ilros Fred VonUruengan It EGalnes Albert Vondruengan A T Trmylor IIunmerFredIltlIerWIIIIkeerWOFloyd JWPewk J1aullbmanJltlgneyI lvenl John A corn J obn OlimenhcLWill Vordler linn Traylor M D Elmore sirs N ft Goode CKTute David Htovens John Juter IUC Durham W n Rout GotllbOIIck Hretl llandorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J J Thompson Ii M Anderson J K Muter Mr and Mrs Jas H Ends A K barn Mrs N J Morton Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange a TITLE CO Nolroacres on the WaynesburR pike near Highland Broom house barn anti oth er orchard This property is nearehurehand school Inouse is well worth the rice 111- 1Nolfeacres Houth of Crab Or twostoryhouseed about 1U acres of this land Is bottom land und produces line crops A bargain at J lhu lS cash balance In one and two years Ho 5119 acres on flock Creek near Way netburg room house barn and other out buildings plenty of water Cash price ff ttoSo4llWIac near Level Oreen Uock castle county Ky This farm has a new story frame house would cost to build now good barn crib Ac locateil near church and school This Is a nice home and can bo taught for ito per acre H cash re minder in 11 months No 6IICS acres adjoining the above farms lOOnlrln oil rooms good torn and other outbuildings nice or chord Oneofthe twsl spring In lb olin ty Price 140 halt cash balance and ssu acres adjoining tarns No and II U0 acres In cultivation Uilance In Um her Oood white oak hickory and some line cedar lies 2story log muse and good orch ard well watered Iath price fuuu No 7 SO acres near Maretsburg KyIIO acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings nile water and school church and H H station Pric- eg1OiScash balance In one and two years NoSJIt acres nearOonway Ky nearly nil of this farm Is bottom land nile for corn and meadows very good ilwHIlne home new barn and other building on county road 6 tulles from Ill rea College Cash price 11 No ftti acres on DrAke Creek S miles from Crab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and Is a part of the leo Evans fnrm This Is tine land and In good condition all necessary buildings This Is n bargain at S per acre Xo 1078 acres near Stanford Ky In nlee shape with t necessary hUlldlnllletc can be bought worth thw money For full particulars In regard to all the bove farms seu or write L It Hughes or James I White Htanford K- yTE WARFIELD Trial IITrotting Dark Hay Htalllon lands foaled August bredat VltlloRu Farm East Aurora N Y Hirst dRill Naugh ty Girl by Rex Amerlcus 5t1 s year old record 21I sire of Itattleton 4yr record ldfltandItlIrt of Onward Silver 06H and- 170otherIn the 160lle6 Onward was sired by George Wilkes 2nd dam Duenna sired by Mnmhrlno King- 1176sireof761nciudln Lady of the honor IOIU Lord Derby 20 mnt Law 103 6 others In 210 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood the sire of In the list- 4thdamTopax by Htruthmore 4M sire W In the list 6th dam Millard by Albion eth dam Ned by Edwin Forest dam Lady Turner by Matnbrino Chief The Warfleld was bred to only IS mares Ile bait It foals all up headed plenty of style size and substance and plenty The VnrlllulcLls u representative stallion In all the term Implies To say he has size substance and speed only Jn part emphasise the qualities combined In son of Dare Devil Hebas them and they are of such symmetrical character as to make him italllon among many Ills head and neck Ixjby feet and are perfect and when seen In connection with his faultless and great beauty are especially impressive You should see this horse before breeding You will say you never looked at n better one The Warfleld Is the only stallion that has dams In the great brood mare list He has two MambrlnoKlag crosses two Uambrlno Intclien two Chief one Chimes one Onward George Wilkes Electioneer I Nutwood I Struthmore more trotting crosses than any stallion al vet The WarHuld Is by Dare DevllHsw record 4W He by Mambrlno King ins he by ilambrlno Intclien M ha by Mambrlno Chief It Dam Mercedes by Chimes Mt8 by Electioneer Dare Devil Is a great winner He won the hiuiiploii hlii at the National Horse Show tn class first National Horse Show In ISIS class li championship National Horse Show Una c RII 2 Ort Horse Hliow class 10 championship National horse- Show ItI0 c III horse Show 150clasSfirst PlnlionalHorse Show 01a8l10 flrst lloston Horse Show 8 reserve Minton horse Hhow 1M class I econd lloston Horsa Hhow IWrt olas 8 sec end Boston Horse Show 1103 cia Boston Horse Show lltrlolltsll third floe ton Horse Hhow iwjo class 7 He sired The ieau Ideal 2h6 sire of Princess Helen 811 4 Harah Mann 11nxnl04Trifler 1Y1j4Pare Devil Jr22iX Wilt make tarn I mile from MoKinneyKyat15to Insure n Living Colt Will also stand the good 11LACK JACK IONQUEUOK at IS to Insure a Living Colt lichen good Individual 10 hands high white points tine bone and feet 8f0 tN8180NMcKlnnlKyl SU E WEB I J Ji I Why be uncomfortable in those heavy clothes ofoyours Why not dress for com fort when it costs no more Those very light twopiece suits in GRff TAN AND BLUE s are the very thing for comfort and very stylish A soft Fountain Shirt in white neat black and white figures and the new Tans a light weight fancy end 4in hand Tie or a fancy end club tie are all the rage Panama or straight brim yacht straw Hats a pair of Gauze Socks a narrow Belt and you are comfortably dressed and in the very newest of styles All these are in our stock in the very best styles and patterns H J McROBBRTS 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 I Claims Notes And 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 kindssold and exchanged Correspondence solicited ti Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky The Interior Journal STANFORD KY JUNE 10 1008 RED Cedar Flakes are made from the wood of genuine red cedar and are a Euro protection against moths ICc a package Pennys drug store J PERSONALS J T MENEFEE Is up from Louisville LOUISE TATE is with Louisville I pdIMiss MARY Cnuce is visiting friend In Perryvillo MR W M BRIGHT spent Wednesda CincinnatiMiss HAUQHUAN is with Danville friends MRS JAUES MERSIION Is up from Lebanon Junction Miss VETA BRADY of Covington Is visiting friends hero THOMAS HUMULE spent several days with Springfield friends T D NEWLAND JR is up from Danvlllo for a few days MRS W M BRIGHT Is visiting Mn W J Ycager In Louisville Miss MARY LOGAN of Corbin was a guest at Mr J S lockers Miss JULIA REYNOLDS of Marcts burg Is with Mrs E J Brown MR S E OWSLEY went up to Haze Patch his old home Wednesday DR McCORKLE and wife ofNicholas vlllu aro with Miss Ellen Ballou Miss MATTIE PAXTON went to Louis vllle Tuesday to spend a few days WILL YEAGER JR of Louisville Is with Thomas and M orriaon Bright MRS A C IIILL spent several day with Mn Jennie Wolfe In Danvillo MYRTLE little daughter of John Hooker Is very ill with cholera Infan turn MR J A WALDEN went to Jcssi mine county Wednesday to look at a farm HOMER WRAY of Stanford was In tho city Friday on business Somcrse Journal MRS CURTIS COVER and Miss Gcot gla Lewlt of Crab Orchard were her yesterday JOHN AND ADA little children or George Rankin are both very III with 1pneumonia CRESS nnd wife aro at tending the Sunday School Convention in Louisville MRS J H YEAGER and Mr Ed Hale of Kansas City are with their mother Mrs Woodlo Halo Mn JOHN W MOORE and wife an up from Casey with Mrs It II Wilkin con who la quite III MRS LIZZIE WEAVER and Miss Alltc of Bronston are with the family IIWest J A Walden Miss ROBERTA ODANNON has return ed from Oxford 0 where she has been attending college Miss ELISE ENGLEMAN who taught the past year at Santa Fe arrived last f night to visit relatives CHAPLAIN JOSEPH SEVERANCE wife and children of Frankfort are with Mr and Mrs Will Severance- i I MR C J SlPPLE wife and children of London visited his parents Mr and Mry D C Sipple at Jumbo MR P H CORMINEY spent some 10 4days at Crab Orchard drinking the wa Ifters and was greatly benefited MRS L M GOODKNIGHT and David Goodkntght are attending tho Sunday School Convention in Louisville MRS E B RITCHIE and son George of Palo Pinto Texas arrived yesterday to visit Mr J N Menefee and family MR R L WARNER and wife of An derson Ind arrived Tuesday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs P G War net MR AND MRS P G WARNER have moved into their new cottage on Logar f Avenue They will rent the one they 4vacated DUDDERAR who now claim Lebanon Junction as his headquarters spent several days with his parents t Col and Mrs W H Dudderar MR H C BAUGIIMAN and wife returned from their bridal tour Wednesday night and are now domiciled at thou Ipretty home on East Main street PROF J W IRELAND who is attend ing tho Kentucky Educational Conven tion at Frankfort was made a member of the committee on resolutions MR JAMES C KING writes from Ok lahoma City Okla that his wife has- been very sick for some time and that she fa now under a specialist in the above city They live at Norman Okla MRS A W CARPENTER Mrs A G Turner and Misses Laura and Elizabeth Carpenter of West Lincoln will go to Shakertown for a months stay They will bo joined by Mrs R L Salter la ter Advocate Miss MINNIE MARCUM of the West End has returned from an extensive visit to relatives and friends In Indiana She was accompanied by her cousin Miss Ethel Young Stockwell who will be her guest this Summer- LOCALS WEDDING presents at W H Muel rlersALL calicoes are a nickle at Sever ances r NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins Wearen CALL on T D Newland for German mills t seed SIURTS and underwear Cummins It Wearen WANTED to buy a secondhande buggy This office ALL trimmed hats sold at great reduction Miss Ella May Saunders 2t sq CARLOAD of nice Portland cemen just received J M Phillips Stan fordINEW glovershammy gloves silk gloves 12 and 16 button at Soverancoa rGET the best sprinkling hose in town at Aldrldgos plumbing shop when It stops raining JUST REcEIvED Nomline of Ladies Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum mlns Wearen WE ore now ready tom do your sawing Bills cut to order M F Lawrence R F No4 Stanford I HAVE all repairs Champion and McCormack binders and mowers Also binder twine E T Pence 2t TilE Orchard Fair Association is getting things in great shape for their meeting July 15 16 and 17 MY bedding flowers and plants for graves arc now ready Notify me If you wish any Ed lIubbard Stanford TilE Odd Fellows will dedicate their now hall and building on Friday evening Juno 26 with appropriate services THERE will ba a picnic in A G Faulkners pretty lawn near HIghlan July 4th Further particulars willl be given later LOST in Stanford wean my homo and Mr J B Paxtons a pair of gold rimmed spectacles Reward Mrs John W Rout T S STARLING Co have rented the big warehouse of Mark Hardin also Murphy warehouse to rehandle tobac co next Fall at Stanford SEALED bids for the surplus butter milk of tho Stanford Creamery will be received by the secretary II J Me Roberts until noon June 30th htheYOUR account w Stanton Drug Co has not yet been paid and a settlement is desired and must be had This means you If you owo the firm which is now out of business and must settle up Its affairs AUCTION In order to settle up the firms business we will sell at public auction on July 13 County Court day all our accounts samo will be sold sop cratcly and as a whole Terms cash Cummins McClary Tile fair association have their beau tiful half milo track at Crab Orchard in splendid condition The public are in vited to use it for riding and driving purposes but aro requested not to drive too much in the same track but treat it all alike BROKE THROUGH Jerry Smothers big new thresher engine broke through tho bridge near Kelleys blacksmith shop on the Danvlllo pike and Cary Smothers the engineer escaped injury by jumping The heavy machine turn ed turtle but was not greatly damaged TILE Somerset Journal gives this timely bit of advice Dont sit around and damn your town A town is just as good as the man who damns It Ev ery town is just what Ita citizens want it to be A desire on the part of tho people for a better town Is a prayer that Is always answered LITTLE WoodLittle well known by many of our older inhabitants is dead at Norman Okla after three months of terrible suffering from cancer of the throat Mr Little made quite a repu tation as a fighter hero but quieted down when ho went West and we are told that ho occasionally preached BY several errors committed at a critical period of tho game Stanford lost to Lancaster Wednesday afternoon In a hot base ball contest by a score oft to 5 Tho teams havo played two names each winning one and the rub will bo played off at Danville Friday week 26th It will be a hot contest and many people from this place will bo on hand to root for our boys 11Balloydance given by the Montgomery Base Dall Club in Stanford on the evening of Nov 20 1868 The danco was given at the Myers House and pictures of two couples dancing appear on tho quaint invitation The committee of arrangements consisted of Messrs J B Mes sick Sim Hicks A S Myers and J P Bailey the committee on invitation of Dr Sam Craig Dan Parker W S locker A A McRoberts and C C Larson and the reception committee of Dr Frank Peyton Jo Black Mack Bruce W Miller Ben Alford Sam Lackey Mack Dunn J J McRoberts Kit Gillispie and Jesse Spragens The sntiro Montgomery Base Ball Club constituted tho floor committee The music for tho swell occasion was furnished by Prof Peytons Quadrille Band Many of those who took part in this dance have passed to the great beyond while the few survive are too old to awing corners even if their thoughts vere not turned to graver subjects PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wearen BINDER Twine and Harvester oil at W IL HIgglns SEE the Lawn Mower before you buy George H Farris WANTED to rent a100 acre farm near Stanford Emil Greenberg Dan vineIWANTED about 60 Rood twoyearold ewes or ewe lambs II C Anderson Stanford rTHE L N will run an excursion to Louisville next Sunday at 175 for the roundtrip WHEN you need concreting of any kind done call on Phillips Bros this city Read their advertisement this sue GRANVHLE SAYLOR who was sent up- from this county on the charge of arson was pardoned by Acting Governor Cox Ho was given 10 years BLOODHOUNDS SALESeveral bloodhounds trained and ready for ser vice for sale Write to or call on Miss Nannie Brown Hustonville ON account of continued ill health I desire to soil privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper DR W N CRAIG will be In his office over McRoberta drug store for a few days prepared to test your eyes and supply you with the glasses you need IN tho last Issuo of the INTERIOR JOURNAL I announced that my keg li cense expired on the 13th of Juno I was mistaken It does not expire un til midnight June 30 W II Traylor distiller WE can send you the CourierJournal or Louisville Times from now until Dec 1 for 125 This offer is good on ly for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscribers and money must always bo accompan led by the order ALL persons indebted to tho estate of A M Pence deceased will settle with me at once also those having claims against his estate will present them to me properly proven for payment W 0 Walker admr SAUNDERsMr John A Saunders one of Garrards best and wealthiest citizens died of lockjaw at his home near Hyattsville aged about He struck one of his hands against a nail blood poison set In and he died after much suffering Mr Saunders was the father of Mrs S Hughes Aldridge of this city He is survived by his wife and several children TilE C 0 FAIR President James Y Guest Secretary R H Bronough sad Director A C Dunn of the Crab Orchard fair which exhibition will beheld July ID 16 and 17 wero here Wed icsday and left copy for the catalogue which will be the largest ever gotten out by that association Mr Dunn got up the special premiums and to him is duo the credit of tho big book which will advertise tho great fair BIDS WANTED Proposals will be received for the next 10 days for the erection of a concrete bank building for the Waynesburg Deposit Rankof Waynesburg Ky The material and workmanship in the construction of this building must be first class Contractors desirous of bidding on this building can receive full Information and specifications by addressing Tho Waynes burg Deposit Bank Waynesburg Ky Miss BRYANthe second daughter of the Hon William Jennings Bryan arrived in Lexington this morning to be the guest for a week of Col and Mrs W P Walton Miss Bryan comes from bums Institute Va where she has been a student and she met here Miss Elizabeth Thatcher of Somerset who Is also a guest of Col and Mrs Walton Col and Mrs Wal ton will entertain for their guests at the Country Club and numerous other events will bo given in their honor This afternoon the visitors enjoyed trips to Elmen iorf and Walnut Hall and other places if interest about Lexington Lexing ton dispatch to CourierJournal UPON the statement of one of the physicians of the town within the six months past there have been 60 cases elf typhoid fever in Stanford and its fatality has been felt not only in our social but in our business circle as well The typhoid germ must be taken nto the system through the mouth and tomach Its most ordinary vehicle is the water we drink Thero Is a widespread belief that the domestic water supply of Stanford is contaminated by the typhoid germ The trustees of the town out of the public purse havo had the hydrant water and that of the dif ercnt town wells examined by an expert within the last four or five weeks not once but several times The result or this analysis has not been given the public Mr Trustees If our water supply is pure you owe it to the people who elected you to tell them so and rev lIeve their apprehension If our water supplies or any of aro contami ated disease germs and you are lth holding that fact from the your withholding amounts to crIminal- Ity Tho are entitled to the truth Your position is one of trust Dont be recreant to It WANTED 50 to 100 acres of good wheat land D B Rambo Brodhead KyTHE Ladles Aid Societety the Chris ian church will meet this afternoon at 230 oclock with Mrs Samantha Hub ble MR R E HORTON has opened an up todate livery and feed stable at Kings vine and he invites the public to call and patronlzohlm BILL LEE colored was fined 75 in one case and acquitted in another for selling whisky Robert Thomas also colored will bo tried on threo liquor cases this morning WITH thelaw patronizing blind tigers and others in high authorl ty winking at the illegal sale of whis ky there is little wonder that prohi bition is not rpohiblting It looks like it will be necessary the people to take things in their own hands in order to stop the whisky selling in Stanford A man who is In perfect health so ho can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which ho should bo thankful Mr L C Hod gore of liranchton 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 Bo says Success to Foleys Kidney Cure rr Pennys Drug St- oreCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds or con cretlng us Work Pavement nnil In fact Me cnn make any thing from R hove down to n fence coat We cun son you promptly and ran tee lintclan work and material Call nnd get our price before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky ooperPeiKiington Fire and Life InsuranceIte- prcreuting old nnd established Com panies Odd Follows Building Stan furl Ky Pence JrIVnce Jr will make the season of ins at my burn H mile from Kowlnnd nt ale to ure n living colt If nmre li traded or port ed with the season money becomes due Pence Jr bay stallion years old full It hand high good style nnd oaten Icy Pence he by ILllnll he by liululont he by hfAlmontsal lIam 4th dam by Copper bottom IenceJriii Onto by Kd liar Voluntoerlrdnm by a Mnmhrlno horse 8m dum by Mnmbrlno Messenger Pence Jr s8d dam by dills Vermont Mare tinned lit B per month not respon sible for iicclilcnti or lcnl es should any occur J Z fiTOOXAMOKK Itow land Ky PRESTON 922 tVolll Preston Is one of the greatest livenailed show horses that Kentucky has ever pro duced winning nt till the Kentucky fairs amid also lit the horse Shows nt Louisville Ht Ixmls nod Kansas City He Is a brown hone with black point I bands high with fine style and very high action sired by Washington M First dum Dell by Kboderlck hecond dam by IHinmnrk It Is useless to commend him ns the pee pie of tM nnd adjoining counties know hU record ns a show horse and oho for breeding purposeliew111mnketbesensonoti9Oeatmy stable In Crab Orchard nt 115 to Inure a living colt Will keep mares on grass nt It per month but not responsible lor accident or escape of stock Henson due If more Is trade ed or parted with JC BAILEY Crab Orchard Ky PEYTON My line mule Jack will make the present season at Moreland Kyat pi to Insure allv lUll colt lieu n sure getter and I con alder hlln an extra good mule Jack Ili mules round up when matured right at Id hands high Also a fine black jac- kTURNER with white points 15 hnjidt Inch will lie permitted to serve mare nt IS to Insure a roll BeebU colts on my farm they are extra I have two young Jacks Hunrlse and Midday that will serve n few mares gratis 31yV iike11h- orseIndependence Chiefw- ill serve a limited number of mares at IS Id Insure a living colt Independence Ublefn mdambyGanibettaWilkeiwlth five pro ducing dams nnd Oeclllan Chief nlI KINO Morelund Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court L 1L Hughes Odn Plff vs Ilobert Yen selet nl Deft Notice ul Hale Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court In the above styled action at the May term the undersigned Oouir will on HATUUDAY JULY llth 1W8 between lands P Mln front of the court bouse door In Htanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest nnd lest bidder the following real estate which Is In the town of Stanford Lincoln County Ky Bald rent estate consists of n house and lot on Lancaster street bounded on the North Portmnn Ave on the East by Lancaster itreelonthaHoutbby the lot sold by M K lkintoATNunnelleyand on the West bplot of H Ii Aldridge formerly Milburn This lot was conveyed to the mother of defendants namely Hhodn Kenzel by deed laced November 7th 11M which Is recorded In the otllce of the clerk of the Lincoln County Court In deed book No 82 pugu lot By the terns of the deed Hboda Keniul took n life estate with remainder to her children Ilhoda Kenzel died on the atb of June luff The sale will be made on n credit of six months and for the purchase price the Iurchaer will bo required to give with approved security payable to the Commis loner tearing Interest ot the rate of six per cent per annum from date of tale until paid And having thu force and effect of a Judg ment The bond Is to be further secured by lien on tbe land sold GEO SAUFLEY M C L C C JT116 Gr6at salo- Is Now On June 17th to 27tb 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 yourself 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 SEVERANCESONSouth STANFORD KY Cheap Sale throughout the month of June These offers will save you money All calicoes at 5c per yard 7e lawns nt Co per yard lOc lawns nt 8c per ynrd- 15c lawns at 12o per yard 25o lawns nt r lOc per yard All Dress GinghameatlOc per yard Shoes Dress Goods and Table Linens at10 percent discount Do not let this chance pass you but come early and get your choice These prices are strictly CASH TRIBBLE HUGHESj Dry Goods Notions Shoes j Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Refrigeratorsi Ice Chests and 4 Ice Cream Freezers t ==Atv= ti W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky j 7 The Interior Journal JMrndfo the PottOffice a Stanford le twsendcurt mater FDBUOHBD TOKSDAYS AND VRIO T r joo peR yeAR CASH i When not so paid MOO will be charged B De CARTERi t New Livery Depot StreetPhono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD Pot the arrest and conviction of any peso treipaolng my farm day or night or I doing Injury to stock In traveling the publ- iC Injury to stock from he lands of over prople This reward reters to past present nnd future I also offer a spec lal reward of VO tor particulars j see me I also offer two special of SD and rlOtenchJOCarpenter McKINNEY MARILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granlt and Marble Monuments KlrstOlnss Work Bt Reasonable Prices Once and Works McKlnney Ky Shop closwl on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in i the Owsley Building Sign Draper and writing Hou Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator Graining Ete MoKINN- EYKYINSURANCE rite Lightning WindStorm Life and Accident None but the and BUT Represented Lowest Pos llble Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying Reo rfl Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS t G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Many Insurance companies hnve cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have ceased writing at a time when the farmer needs them the mot A Friend In need Is a Friend Indeed The Home In surance Company ofNYthe largest and most popular Fire Insurance Company has always and is now writing tobacco burns and oil clones of farm property They have not cancelled a single Policy even In coon ties where the tobacco trouble has been the worst For Insurance on nil classes of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm k en Also Dealers in Fur 4niture MattingaRugs They Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right i STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and 1 Doalorln Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY t Offlce Phone Home Phone 89 r6ffilUffi List of LinooIn Gountu Fair To be held at Stanford Three Days Beginning Wednesday July 22 1908 1200 in Premiums First Day July 22 MULES MULE CLASSNo mare mule colt under 1 year nq OQ 87 to let 83 to 2nd No2 Best horse mule colt under 1 year 10 00 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No3 Best mare mule 1 yearold and under 2 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 4 nest horse mule 1yearold and under 2 10 00- 8i to let 83 to 2nd No 5 Best mare mule 2yearaold and under 3 10 QO 87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No 6 Best horse mule2ycarsold and under 3 10 00 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 CLASS No8 Best walk trot and canter mare orgeld 15 00 ing any age 810 to tAt 85 to 2nd No 9 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 83 to 2nd No 11 Best mare or gelding 1 eltroldamlu11- d 00er87 to 1st 83 to 2nd No 12 Best mare or gelding 2yearsold anti under 3 16 00 810 to 1st 85 to 2nd No 13 Best mare or gelding 3 ears01l1 and under 4 15 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd No 14 Best pha ton 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 any age 25 00 20 to lit 5 to 2nd No 16 Best stallion 3 years old sad under4 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 17 Beat mare or gelding 3yearsold and under 4 15 Of 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 18 Best pair any age regardless of eXJcolor 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 nest stallion nay age 40 00 25 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd Second Day July 23 JACKS AND MULES JACK CLASS No 22 Best jack under oneyearold 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 23 Best jack 1 year ohl and under 2 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2ud S T HARRIS President FARMERS DEPARTMENT W B Routt sold to B H Alvey of Elizabethtown a pair of mules for 5435 James R Beazley has taken his show horses to Somerset to get ready for the fiiraFOB SALEFresh Jersey cow with third calf big milker W S Tewmey Danville Ky J C Lynn sold yesterday to Sam A Adams of Somerset his sorrel saddle mare for 350 Not in years has there been as fine a promise of a big blackberry crop as there is this year Buy your pure Sisal twine af 8c from J G Weatherford Co dealers in general merchandise Hustonville 4t Lutes Co bought of Reid Otter 33 140pound hogs at 4Jc and of John Kichenbach nine 175 pound hogs at same price Corn is king in this section The rev tailers in Danville are selling corn at 5 per barrel and it is believed that by fall it probably will be worth 7Ad vocateThere is a stray hog on my place Came about a month ago Weighs now about 125 pounds Owner can get him by proving and paying for this notice T B Hammonds It Fi D No2 Stanford Notice Chicken Raisers R 41144 cures cholera gapesroup canker and Hmberneck Price Soc No cure no pay Guaranteed by New Stanford Drug Co No 24 Beat jack 2yel1rsoldnu l under 3 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 25 Best jack any age age considered 15 90 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 26 Best jennet under hvo years ulth 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd fNo 27 Best jennet any age 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd MULE CLASS No 28 Best mare mule 3 years old and peer 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 20 Best hoiwc mule 3 years old andover 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 30 Best mule any ago 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 31 Best pair mules any age regardless of sex or color 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd THOROUGHBRED HORSES No 32 Best thoroughbred stallion mare or gelding any ago ago considered 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2n- dHORSES HARNESS CLASS No 33 Best gelding 4 years old and over 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 34 Best colt either sex under l year old 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 35 nest mare or gelding year oltl nod uu der 2 10 pO 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 36 Best more or gelding 2ycarKold and under 3 16 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 37 Best stallion 1yearold and under 2 10 00 7 to 1st 8 to 2nd SHETLAND PONIES No 38 Best marc and colt mare 48 iughea and underlO 00 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 39 Best stallion mare or gelding not tinder 46 inches and not over 52 inches Show Optionaluuuu 10 Oj 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 40 Best pony 46 inches and under driven by boy or girl 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to2nd SPECIAL CLASS No 41 Best fancy turnout single horse decorations not considered stallions barrel 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd COLT STAKENo Best colt either MX 50 00 35 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd 10 per cent entrance fee to enter by July 12th Seven to enter and five to show SADDLE CLASS No 43 Best stallion 3 pcare old and under 4 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 44 Best stallion 4 years old and OVErh 20 00 15 to tat 5 to 2nd HIGH ACTING HARNESS CLASS No 45 Best mare or gelding any age i 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 46 Best mare or gelding3 years old and under 4 2b 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd Jj PREACHERSVILLE Miss Fannie Thompson has been sick Rev Pierce Bryant filled his pulpit at the Baptist church Saturday night and SundayB Holtzclaw called on our farmers and bought all their lambs and calves at good prices Mrs Joe M Lunsford who has been so sick has been removed to Crab Orch ard to be under the treatment of Dr Edmiston She is much better at this writing Born to the wife of Mr F F Blankcnshlp a fine boy Our neph ew is said to be a very promising youth but it makes us feel ten years older to be uncle Mesdames Bert Wade and George Naylor and Miss Kate Payne visited at J F Paynes Sam Holtz claw and Sister Miss Resale and Miss Fay Nolan visited Mrs Pettus Miss Hallie Brown visited at Stanrord Miss Ha Pettus is at home from Richmond where she has been attending school Miss Ella Thompson is visiting at Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs Mahan of Lan caster visited Mrs John Naylor Mrs Geo Logan and daughter Miss Katie Phillips and Miss Fannie Colyer visited Mrs N J Horton Mr Ed White of Harrodaburg visited his aunt Mrs Re- becca Pettus and his brother Mr W T White the Ottenheim merchant A worlds temperance congress as sembled at Saratoga N Y Tuesday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the organization of the first temperance society If one feels dull and 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 01 ambition A low doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of those depressing symptoms The Bus torative of courso 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 Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonic It gives snore vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a failing appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test It a few days and Uo convinced Pennys Drug Store r GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendymado clothing when there is so dttrereneolu the price of ready made suit Dud a suit made to your measure taken by on experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring tfcHununergood can make from a low price business suit to the flnestdress suit Overcoats Trous srs and Fancy Volts The company I rep resent It second to none II 0 UUlLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky HARNESS CLASS No 47 Meet stallion 4 years old and over 20 00 1G to lit 5 to 2nd SWJE STAKE SADDLE CLASS Np 48 Heat raddle stallion mare or guiding any age CO 00 25 to lot 15 to 2nd 10 to kilt Third Day July 24 HORSESrHARNESS CLASS No 40 lied stallion 2years old and under 3 15 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No CO Beet stallion 1 year old and under 2t 10 7 to lot 3 to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS 00fNo 51 Best nmro and colt colt at side either sex regardless of breeding 1C ISADDI20 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER No 54 CrIASSISHETLAND PONIES f No 55 Best stallion mare or gelding anyago 10 inches and under show optional 10 00 7 to let 3 to 2nd No 50 lest pony ridden by toy or girls rider not to Ira over 12 yean of age 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 1n1tNe 67 Bat pony driven not under 40 Inolici and not over 52 inches 10 7 to lit a to 2n- dHORSES 00INo 58 Ueat stable 4 bora handled by one man 20 09 15 to lit 6 to 2nd No 50 Best walktrot mare or gelding Hi 00 10 to lit 5 to 2nd HARNESS GLASS No 00 Beat rockavray nmro or gelding anpage 45 00 10 to ht 5 to 2nd I WALKING CLASS No 61 Beet walking mare or gelding any ago 16 00 i 10 to lit 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 62 nest mare 4 years old and over 20 00 15 to let 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 63 Bet gelding 4 years old andover L20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 64 Best fancy turnout tingle borne deco rations stullioin barrel 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 65 Best pair any ago rcgnrdlclIIiof teX or color or ownomhip nKID 00 20 to lut 10 to 2nd CLASSt any age 20 00 to bt 5 to 2nd SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER CLASS No 67 Best stallion mare or gelding any ago 75 00 50 to ht 15 to 2nd 10 to 3rd UVIES F CUMMINS Secretary jlfGEORGE H FARRIS Roofing For Sale- S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky ITinning and Plumbing