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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 23 1908 NO 32 Politics Weather and Crops In the Show Me State GUILFORD Mo June 18 Enclosed find draft for 2 for my nrears and con tinue my subscription as far as it will I should have remitted sooner but neg lected It I see that you have Powers and Howard running at largo again It is to bo hoped that they are innocent of the crime charged against them but somebody is guilty and should suffer the penalty I presume tho G 0 P are having a hot old time in Chicago Just now The antl Taft delegate I see especially in the South have to take n backseat Of course tho boMoc know that thoro ta nothing there for them in November If it wnsnt so those other fellows would have received some re- t cognition for doubtloMi they were not in the wrong altogether wen there is no question but that it will be Hilly T at Chicago and It to Jwt as etrtaln to be Ullly U nt Denver Theta Is a saying that Ml otlrlanll have to be shown Hut Missouri is going to r show the rest nf tho States that eh will give Bryan from 30000 to W000 ovor Taft and will inlet that Kentucky do at least half that well Now n few words In regard to our trope We are in tho water has bee raining hero for nearly a month from tWit to five days In a week Wo have been able to plow only about one da and a halt In that time and then th ground was too wet to work well Wo have three rivers running through ou I county the Platt Ono Hundred and Two and tho Nodaway Crops on al the lowlands are ruined Some of them will be planted again if it gets dry this monthFor the information of my friends In old Lincoln will say that this leaves m family and self well Respectfully C D HOCKBH I NEWS NOTES Tito bubonic plague at Guayaqull i I declining Tho Interstate Commerce Commission has ordered sweeping reduction In lum ber rates Gov Glenn has signed the proclama tlon making prohibition effective in North Carolina January 1009 Tho State Racing Commission re fused to allow the reeHtnbllihmont o bookmakers on Kentucky racetracks The Capital City Savings Hank o Tattle Rock the only Negro bank i Arkansas was placed in the hands of a receiverDr W Small chief surgeon of the American Lino steamer St Louis committed suicide on tho steamer by shooting Dispatches to Duns Review indicate that the widespread area of Reasonable weather has brought out a bigger vol ume of retail trade Jqdge Cochran issued a permanent injunction restraining the State Rail road Commission from enforcing ita maximum rate order Tho board of directors of the Louis villc and Nashville Railroad Company declared a semiannual dividend of 2j per cent Tho last previous semian nual dividend was 3 per cent D A Fawcctt president of the Ab erdeon 0 Banking Company blew out his brains while ofllcrs were forcing nr entrance to his home to arrest him on a warrant sworn out by n depositor Bulk clearings continue to show a rodaewl volume of payments through I the banks exchanges this week at all leading cities in the United States being 30OOS071G3 por cent under a year ego- RuMoll Evans tho 10 year Qld son of Albert Evans of Bourbon county was stung almost to death by a swarm of bees which had settled upon tho limb of a tree and was precipitated upon the boys head by tho limb breaking subscribersA newspaper with has 5000 readers A merchant who- puts out 1000 handbills possibly gets 400 people to read them that is if tho boy who distributes them doesnt chuck them undor the sidewalk Tho handbills cost as much as a column adver tisement In tho homo paper All tho women and girls and most of tho men and boys read tho home paper and tho advertisements Result tho merchant who uses tho paper has 5000 or more readers to each 1000 of the handbill readers There is no estimating the amount of business that advertising brings to a merchant but tho right kind of newspaper advertising always brings results Somerset Journal Health ColTce Is really tho clos est Coffee Imitation over yet produced This clover CofTeo Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop Rucino Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from vitro toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert who might drink It for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made In a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store iORAB ORCHARD Mrs Mary Hunter and Mrs Loga havo returned from a pleasant visit to Lancaster friends The hotels are in a flourishing condi tion and great preparations being made for the accomodatlon of a largo crow during the fair Corn although very late is looking well Wheat Is an average crop gross crops are fine and farmers quite busy trying to save it Mr S P Gray was with tho family of S A Middleton this week Mrs Elam and Mrs Barker who havo been quite wick are some better- J D Steenbergen has opened a jun shop on lower Main and Is doing a splondkJ business Ile will pay high oat cash prices for poultry and eggs Mrs Martha Fish hi visiting her daughter Mrw J C Rinehart In Lon don Will Brooks was at homo for a short stay last week Chris Hutchison who we are glad to state has been reunited to his wife has rented and move 0od into the Buchanan house on lower Main street Mesdamea Martha liar ris and Hannah Stegor are in Louisville for the latters health Sam Tutem is progressing nicely with adnd much to tho looks of our little town W E Perkins Bdmiston Holmes Lyocn ling a lively work and peace pros prervails We oven have circuses with notla staggering man to seen IRoosevelt on Taft Immediately upon receiving the news yof the nomination of Taft for tho lres idency President Roosevelt said I feel the country indeed is to be congratulated upon tho nomination of Taft I havo known him intimately pecullaae time we havo worked for the same ob jeer with tho same purposes and ideals I do not believo there could be found all n the country a man so well fitted to be President Ho is not only absolute ly fearless absolutely disinterested and upright but he has the widest acquaint withoutft I with all our citizens He would be as plainIas was no Lincoln himself would be freer from the least taint of demagogy tho least tendency to arouse or appeal to class hatred of any kind lie has a peculiar and Intimate knowledgo of and sympathy with tho needs of the people of tho farmer the wage earner the bust ness man and the property owner No matter what a mans occupation or po hite from which ho comes if he is an hon est hardworking man who tries to do his duty towards his neighbor and to wards his country ho can rest assured ho will have in Taft a most upright representative and a most fearless champion Taft stands against the privilege and stands preeminently for tho broad principles of American citi zenship which lies at tho foundation of National woll being Governor General Smith of the Phil ippine has cabled a report to tho Bureau of Insular Affairs regarding the closing of the first session of tho Phil ippine Assembly and declaring that no resolution of dny kind was adopted to send any petition whatever to Congress or to make demand for independence The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 16 yours for chron ic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done mo at much good as Dr Kings Now Life Pills I consider them tho best pills over sold writes H P Ays cue of Ingleslde N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 26el Traces of arsenic and strychnine haveI been found in tho stomach of Andrew Hclgclcln ono of the victims at theJ Guinness farm Laportc Ind H W Worden attorney for Ray Lamphere says Mrs Gnlnness is not dead and IsC trying to raise a reward fund for her apprehension yDonolson CalTery Jenkins in tho COs and 60s ono of tho bestknown news paper editors in tho country being own or and editor of tho Now Orleans Delta and later of the Picayune died at Sier ra Madre California aged 83 If you will make inquiry it will bo a revolution to you how many succumb to kidnoy or bladder troubles in ono form or another If the patient is mot beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Curo will cure It never disappoints Pennys Drug Store itHibby Bennett a minor was fatally burned at the New Broadway mine nearS Central City by ignition of a keg of powder Arthur Goebel Calls Halt Against IIParole for Youtsey Arthur Goebel brother of William Goebel In a letter to W P Walton ed itor of the State Journal vigorously protests against any movement looking- d to the parole of Henry Youtsey now that Gov Willson has pardoned Caleb Powers and Jim Howard Mr Goebel expresses his deep feeling In the mater t very plainly his letter reading as follows Cincinnati 0 Juno 16 W08W Jf Walton Htq Kentucky State Journal Frankfort KvDear Sir I note in youaasomIt n e ought to parole Youtpey I feel ha this Is not really meant and I ask yo in your just resentment not to go to u opposite extreme and indorse such sentiment The fact that two of th aI assassins have been pardoned and hay thus had their legal punishment ended Is no reason whatever that any other of the assassins in or out of prison shout be pardoned I believe you will agree with mo that from the standpoint of legal justice and tho rights of the Commonweath not t mention the rights of the kin of Wm Goebel there Is absolutely no reason why Youtsey should be pardoned or pat roled but on the contrary every tease that he should be punished to the full extent of tho penalty the law has in flicted upon him Remember that Youtsay did not turn States evidence until after ho was con victed and remember also that the Commonwealth never requested him in any manner to turn States evidence but that he voluntarily did so as he stated as a matter of conscience According to tho evidence adduced against Yout sey in his trial he Is guilty and should be punished According to his own con fession ho Is as guilty as tho man that fired the shot and should bo punished I hope that neither you nor any other friend of William Goebel will ever lend approval to a petition for a pardon or a parolo for say of the assassins of Wit liam Goebel Youtsey or anybody else From the beginning the Republican party as a party has approved the as sassination and defended the assassins of William Goebel and it has now placed its official stamp of approval upon actIf any of the assassins ought to be pardoned or paroled they should be par doned or paroled by the Republican par ty for the Democratic party through its representatives to either pardon o parole any of the assassins of William Goebel after conviction would constiute a Democratic approval of the Republi can defense of the assassination and the Republicans would say You Dem errata paroled or pardoned ono of tho convicted assassfns and why therefore should wo Republicans not have pardon ed two others of the convicted assassins and also pardon tho rest not convicted Kentucky is the most murderous State in the Union According to the latest publications on criminology Ken tucky is the most murderous commun ity in tho civilized world except Mexico The abuse of the power of pardon an parole the use of said powers a po litical asset to be traded off for votes is what has largely made Kentucky so It would be a blessing to Kentucky if the right of pardon and parolo were abso lately done away with for the next quarter of a century The drama of the assassination of William Goebel is not ended I do not want to seo Youtsoy or any other of the assassins pardoned or paroled and- I beg you to oppose at all times any such proposal Very respectfully yours ARTHUR GOEHEU Thinks It illsLife Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I hmo usedI Dr Kings Now Discovery manI years fur coughs and colds and I think itsavod my life I have found it a rollablo remedy for throat and ung complaints and would no more without a bottle than I would be 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 weak lungs it has no equal Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store 50candl Trial bottle free A bronzo equestrian statue of Gen Mad Anthony Wayne one of thoI American commanders during tho War of the Revolution was unveiled in the historic camp grounds at Valley Forge Va Saturday The statue was erected by tho State of Pennsylvania Cures Gapes Instantly HAUDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 Ono drop of H 41144 dropped down f the bill of a gaping chicken kills thof worms and relieves the chicken In stantl When fed In feed or water Is tho best preventive I have ever Will Coomes Tho Ohio State building at the Jamestown Exposition was sold at 7000 C IHUSTONVILLfi Steuben Godby son of E J Godby was severely hurt while cutting wheat The team ran away throwing him in front of the platform of the binder which passed over him The consensus of opinion in the West End of Lincoln favors the work dons on our roads by the grader in contradis tlnction to the scraper which leaves the road like a sweet potato patch Mrs Jennie McIntosh of Burnside is visiting her sister Mrs M K Wil son near Olympian Springs Dallas Eubanks and James Sims have gone to Decatur IIIon a prospecting tour Tho handssmo Queen Ann cottage- t with colonial veranda of A L Adams- u on Danville Avenue is not only a thing- n of beauty but is provided with all the conveniences of a modern city home It will be ready for occupancy July 15 Mrs Emmett McCormack chaperon cd quite a delegation from hove to the Sunday School convention at Louisville- d They returned greatly enthused with the work and success of the greatest event in the history of Sunday School work- o Lairs bloodhounds were called to Shelby City last week where Dr jlunns drug store was broken into They trailed up the railroad and found a party near the track sound asleep as the result qf taking too much of the medicine gotten in the store Ed Newell and sister of Liberty are visiting the family of John J Newell near Jumbo Joo Jordan was here sev eral days buying horses Milton Me Cormackour southpaw twirler left Sunday for New Castle Pa to play with that team in the Ohio and Penn sylvania league There died Saturday night near Som erset a good old and honest man in the person of Jacob Hughes 83 Ho lived in this section for several years and by his upright life and square deal won the respect and confidence of all who knew him One daughter who lived with him and one son Wesley Hughes living near here and a sub stantial good citizen survive him His remains were brought here and laid away in our cemetery beside his wife who preceded him several years An honest man has gone to his reward IA Grand Family Medicine It glues me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 430 Houston St New YorkII Its a and grand family medicine for dyspepsia liver complications while for lamo back and weak kidneys It cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive func tions purify the blood and Impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold undor guarantee at Pennys Drug Store roc engendersprimary John P Turner shot and kill ed a young man named Arrowwood a Canoo 10 miles from Jackson In Ter beenIbooks and the remaining ballots were destroyed and the election In that pre cinct ended While in a somnambulistic state Jo seph Ashbraner clerk at the Ninth and Broadway offices of the Louisville Nashville railroad in Louisville shot his mother and father as they luldin bed Neither was dangerously injured although Mrs Ashbraner almost bled to death before she conld be given med ical attention w R Ward of Dyorsburg Tenn writes This Is tocortlfy that I have used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronic constipation and it has prov en without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and it is with pleasure I otter my conscien tious reference Pennys Drug- Store By electing Wm Brislan of Frank fort county treasurer at a salary of 1 a year and requiring him to put up a bond of 50000 he is acknowledged to bo the poorest paid official in the State Brislan is tho first treasurer of the county in 12 years Will Cure Consumption A A Herrcn Finch Ark writes Foleys Honoy and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that it has oared consumption In the first stages You never heard of any one using Foleys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store No matter which Bill Bryan or Bill Taft id elected the crop of Bill babies for the next year is going to be large Frankfort Journal John W McDonald once secretary of the Kentucky Board of Prison Com missioners is dead at China Grove N Cool Comfortable Summer ClothesI Gii I cn11TOa ettl AlP Conic and see our line of Summer Clothes and bo convinced of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Cbe Lincoln eoumy national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylcffGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Official Train for Kentucky Democrats To Denver Colorado Via Henderson Route Missouri Pacific and Rock Island Lines Selected by the Delegates at the Lexington Convention tLeaves Louisville 900 P M FRIDAY JULY 3RD arrives Denver noon Sunday July 6th Fare from STANFORD KY 3897 Write and reserve Pullman Reservations now address E M WOMACK C P A4th and Main Sts Louisville Ky We Have a Few Sets of BuggyHarnessLeft Saving Prices Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS 41144 Cure Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Limberncck Price 60 cents No Cure no Pay Cure Gapes Instantly Guaranteed by r George L Penny 4STANFORDIIARDSIWN KY May 4 1008 I One drop of 41144 dropped down the hill of n gaping chicken kills tire r worms and relieves tlu chicken instantly When fed in recd or Water it is the best preventative I have ever known WILL COOMES 2HE SAFEST AM PStetei WHY TO TRANSFER MONEY t 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOnPORATCO The Interior Journal t C WALTONI FOLEVIJ W It n candidate for Attauor of Lincoln coun tysubject to the nctlon of the democratic party wL MCARTY It for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the notion ot the dcmocrntlo party M S BAUGHMAN Is a cnudldnto for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR 1i n candidate for the notnlnutlon for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to net Ion of the democratic pnrty JAMES MKECHNIE Is n candidate for magistrate In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic pri wary of June JOHN J MOSER countsubjectparty M BRUCE countsabjeetparty JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN It 6 candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER It n candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jnller of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET orConjlr6l1 HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county Tim Sunday edition of the Courier Journal must have been decidedly pleas ing to the whisky men of Kentucky and elsewhere Mr Watterson had a lengthy doubleleaded editorial the pur pose of which was to prove that red liquor is the one thing needful at all times and everywhere while Ex Gov Peck of Wisconsin contributed a half page of booze literature Mr Peck is doubtless in the employ of the whisky and beer concerns of the country and has been traveling over the prohibition States and giving the prohibition law the hot end of the argument The CJ has its own idea of reading mat ter for the Sabbath and has a right to print what it wishes but it strikes us that some other day would suit better to theorize on the whisky question a JUDGE CHAKLES C MARSHALL appointed by Gov Beckham to fill out the unexpired term of Judge Frank Peak in the 12th district defeated Judge J S Morris for the democratic nomination for judge carrying every county in the district except Oldham the home of Judge Morris His majority is about 1000 Judge Marshall is an exceedingly pleasant gentleman and is making a most satisfactory judge TIM NEEDHAM of the Williamstown Courier was elected president of the Kentucky Press Association which met at Cerulean Springs T C Underwood of the Kentucky New Era at Hopkins ville was chosen vice president and Vernon Richardson of the Danville Advocate was named secretary and treasurer The meeting was one of the most successful and enjoyable in the history of the association TilE republicans nominated Taft for president as every one knew they would but only the very wise knew that the nominee for vice president would be Congressman Sherman of New York Taft and Sherman dont sound good to us and we believe the pair ought to and will be defeated The republican platform is as long as the un written law and almost as incongruous WALTER WELLMAN in the Record Herald says that the nomination of James S Sherman for Vice President was a mistake and a blow at the Administration If the Democratic nomi nate Bryan and Johnson Mr Wellman says they probably will win Wouldnt Bryan and Johnson make an invincible teamIJUDGE ROGERS CLAY commissioner of the court of appeals lays down good law when he says in a libel case that in order to secure damages from a newspaper malice must be shown Besides being good law it is justice pure and simple TilE editor of an Indiana paper had his skull broken by a man he published a joke on Had he told the truth on the fellow tho editor and his whole family would doubtless have been ex terminated THE Kansas City Star by far tho most influential republican paper in the Transmississippi region has bolted Taft and Sherman Next TAFT and Sherman may get a place In the November race but the winners will be Bryan and Johnson Mark our prediction POLITICAL President Roosevelt and family are at Oyster Bay for the Summer J N Kohoo may enter the Con gres sioLal race in the Ninth district County Judge S S Tnulbee of Breathitt has announced for Congress in the Tenth Congressman Burton has declined the appointment of umpire of the Panama Land Claims Commission A Floyd Byrd has withdrawn from the contest for tho Democratic nomina tion for Congress In the Tenth district The President appointed James A Fowler of Knoxville to be Assistant Attorney General for the Middle and Eastern district John Sharp Williams has resigned the leadership of the Democratic minority of the House of Representatives to take effect December 1 The Kentucky delegates voted for Sherman for Vice President Gov Wil son made a speech seconding Congress man Shermans nomination- J C Landis was given 10 years in the penitentiary by the PulaskI circuit court for perpetrating nameless crime on a female under 16 years old Judge James P Adams defeated Judge Gourley for the republican nom ination for circuit judge in the Breath itt district by a majority of 800 or 900 The President has approved the agreement made betweeQ Secretary Taft and Mgr Avcrso apostolic delegate to Cuba for the purchase of church lands in that island for 360000 Mr Bryan gave out a statement in which he discussed the antiinjunction plank in the Republican platform call ing it a transparent fraud and pointing out that it really follows almost exact ly the language of the present statute No choice was made for management of the Republican presidental campaign at the conference in Cincinnati Saturday between the candidates and the subcommittee from the National Committee and an adjourned meeting will bo held in Washington on July 1 to consider the matter further Hitch cock who managed Tafts campaign says his health will not permit his fur ther work for tho party at present McKINNEY John RiiTe shipped acarload of lambs from this point to Cincinnati for which he paid 5 to 5Jc The McKinney ball team defeated Junction City by the score of 5 to 2 The game was interesting from start to finish Dunn did the twirling for the local team Messrs F M Ware and S M Ow ens attended the State Convention at Lexington and brought back intelli gence of a magnificent political demon stration and perfect harmony Mr R H Metcalf our hustling bank er has about completed his handsome residence which has been in procpss of erection for some time lie expects to move his family into it this week The McKinney Woolen Mills started operations last week and so far the de mand for the work and product has exceeded the supply Messrs T J and J II Wright proprietors well deserve the patronage of all who need this kind of work done Ora Gooch has renovated the old building formerly used for the overall factory and made a veritable mansion of it The lower part now containing the postoflice a 10ccnt store and milli nery shop and the upstairs being used for dwelling apartments The people of this town and commun ity are looking forward with a great deal of interest to the protracted meet Ing which will begin at the Christian church tomorrow Wednesday The services of Rev Manning of Lexing ton have been secured to assist Bro Ewers in this meeting- A horse which John Dayton was driv ing ran over embankment throwing Mr Dayton from the carriage and fall ing on him He was bruised about the shoulders and breast Tuesday afternoon a horse being driven by Misses Lottie Orr and Vella True became frightened at a train throwing both young ladies from the carriage Miss Orr was caught under the carriage and dragged several yards being painfully but not seriously hurt Miss True es caped with a few scratches Born to the wife of Will Hughes a 10pound boy Miss Helen Jones of Stanford is visiting Miss Gertrude Gooch Miss Vella True of Falmouth is visiting her uncle Mr John Cocking and family Little Miss Louisa Pul liam of Washington D C is visiting the family of Mrs Moore Miss Manele Ware is visiting relatives at Richmond Miss Ruth Tanner who has been a stu dent at Georgetown College is spend ing her vacation in Alabama There are quite a number on the sick list in this community To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Puln moans congestionblood pressure that Is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Tablets will 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 James Evans a brick layer fell from a building at Maysville and broke his neck IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of W H Graves died at LivingstonHenry of the Eastern sec tion of Rockcastlo county is dead aged 65James Barnes was acquitted by the Pulaski circuit court of the killing of Ray Whittaker Congressman and Mrs D C Ed wards of London have a son Don C Edwards Jr is his name Scott Keoton convicted of killing Wright Young at Stearns about one year ago was given three years in the penitentiary by the Whitley circuit courtThe jury in the case of the Common wealth against the American Tobacco Company on trial in the Anderson Circuit Court on the charge of violat ing the State antitrust law returned a verdict of 1000 fine James Ayers was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary for killing Sampson Bolton at Jellico last August Ayers was marshal and had arrested Dalton taking him to the jail door where said Bolton attacked him with a knife and he shot him The work on the new railroad from Tatevillo to Monticello is progressing nicely All tho grade excepting the gaps where tho right of way is in dispute amounting to about five miles including the three miles near Monti cello was completed last week and n large force of men and mules is now busy clearing up the gaps Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure Those soothing heal tag antiseptic suppositories go direct to the scat of these weaknesses My Book No 4 For Women contains many valuable hints to women and it is free Ask Dr Snoop Ravine Wis to mail It Ask the Doctor In strictest confidence any quostloiryou wish answered Dr Shoops Night Curt is sold by Pennys Drug Store R E HORTON Livery and Feed Stable Kingsvillo Ky HtaUle near ClirUtUn rkorrb Special attention to trawling mn Kvvrythlng new and flritcliiu I Small Farm For Sale II Situated on Homcrtet pike four miles from Stanford Contnln Here flood reldenc and utmndant outhoute in good repair For further lartlculars Mil at this office A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I will sell privately III y farm of 1W nerei two miles from Htunford on IHinville pike good brick residence two bars two crib and other buHdlHffn wellnecessary wnteivdmore In grass IVrini coq vIII IIIhlI possession In Oetaber It not old lIy October will orrr to htpbest- Igdder Jon llAiix r Stanford Sy MASONS MEET wlltl1tInthird Monday n of month at 7k oclock In their hail nn Mali utrvet Hun ford Ky lembfII of Muter todgM lire tray PennywPUBLIC SALE I I will wll at public auction at my home In Crab Urcluird at p utinrp on HATU11DAY JUNK no 101 the following deicrl bed property One hand sonic Itnyne llro Ilano Mtelnwiiy works good as new and sweet of tone UoulMholu- IInd kitchen furniture lots of beds and Lad ding Queenware and Tableware centre tabs carpet wardrobes parlor chair lounge Tor 8 rocking chairs and ninny other thing too tedious to mention Also garden utensil I Terms node known on DJotGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there f so little difference In the price of ready made suitS and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Spring Hummer goods San make from n low prIce business suit to She nnestdresssuit Also Overcoats Trou1 ors and Fancy Veiti Tho company I represent li second to none UU UUlLBY The Tailor Stanford Ky Adorinas Fox III a handsome large young Jersey Hull de scended from n and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cow on the island of Jersey Knaland und America Ills sire is one of the best bulls ever Imported und his dum is n show cow that hn n pound ol rich milk In one tiny If you have Like beget Like or the Likeness of tome Ancestor end have strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice He will be allowed to serve n limited mailer of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this for n fee of Peach Makeengugement before sending cow to be bred JIKIH OTTKK Telephone jIJ Stanford Ky choicebullh PAINMn in the headpin anywhere halts cease rain licongeitlon ll blood pressurenothing else usually At leASt so surf Dr Bhoop and to prove It he has created a little pink tablet That tablet called Dr Bboops Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from center pleastnglydelightfulGentlythough latloa If you havo a headache Its blood pressure cantoIfcoiigwtlon blood pressure That surely ii a certainty for Dr Stoops Headache Tablet stop diatributotheDenise your finger and doesnt It get rod and swell p you Of course It does Its con pain1salwaystell at S3 cents and cheerfully reoomm- eadDr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kitellw Sired by hTOolllnMorgan on both sides maklnK him an In IInrkbll11Ibreeder he lint few equaln provennnd unl romllIor1net undiaddle nnd In demand nt top price 10 of his get having sold for lOXa and 14 a and4yenr oldgonly rnrmbrokentmy own nilMnai hn soul Intho pail year for an flMl will mnko the present toinsureAlso n largo and tine youna jack n grant totoI olllIIIIYK nEW Manville Ky POSTED trleUlorllllpassing on our places and will pronvcutu vl olatort to the full extent ot the law IenpleiMrHpootmmoraIMK Lawrence itauhen Curtis JH locker J Sh 1vttus baipeilUnandtSchnler J L Holtirlaw 0 W lusty Mrt J tulllnm 1t fo Iulllnin lorlIrJams N Cath J NerlndirterU M Hark Joseph linllou M U Lytle Irs Jill Itnlmtt OurlnlrMrsThulIIllIOnThomn31lIupbl1IUchlirthon Miss Mattle lUwo UelvhMib eh lifeFred Vnnaru ngnn It K 1alnt TraylortllburnthooFred llaiinmnn HloJiiird heeler Owsley IHinn lItpl nrMyAVllWbmaJW I ooeh MrsMnrVoairnniJohnJobnOHiunloli wwoendtor RIsenMrsJuferILOlotllbullck rrwl llnndorf Adeline CmU IbrUtlnn Jrnub J JThomjMun l AmliTMin J Moser Mr unit Mr Jas IL Fads A KIIWMt Mr N J llurton Central Kentucky Real Estate xchange TITLE CO No inacre on tlte Wayiieburg ItIeuser Htibtaml Iroolll barn Mfululh TIIIIMtfltyworth for twice lUHi No t iMncnw x tullM Houtta of Crab Or twoaterrhOUleIlootCI about acres of tits Meal l bottom land and produce One erosM A bargain at 1Ms Ji cash lutlnnce in sue and two years Noallepare oiullu near Way nenlHirg a room hOH bens anal older out StGOONo fIIf1 acres near Level Oreo Ho k MUll county Ky This farm ban new S story frattle IIflu woukl oii to 1ml W now mat good burn crib Aa htcsl d aeur ohur h and IIlI This li it ale house sad mm lilt bought per flora S cash niiiftlnderm it months N05I4 norm adjoining the Above tortes K acres In cultl of room RtKHl horn nol ollie roat iall tlni nice or elmrd OtIulttaprtln the rouu ly Trie SlNO half riub bnionc and year No Sel acres mljnlolnc farna No and I 11iIIln cultivation baanve In lim her llooil whU oak hickory ant sans tine cedar Hun lilory toe he e mid urrii nrri well watered O ash price fOi- No 7 IWaerei war M reUtHir Ky lm nor In cultivation good dwelling house tarn nod necessary outbuildings tine water nnd school church anti H It station Price EI3UU sash balance In one nnd two vnn No 8 tllaerei nmirConwny Ky nearly nil of this farm bottom land One for corn anduieadowvery ooddwellhiguoubenew- barn nnd other bulldlnl on county road mile from Jleren Oollego fish price fl uoNo4rtlacre on DrnkHi reek S mile fromCrnbUrchnrd Thl farm ndjoln the Pike and 1s last of the Ova Evans fHrm This is line land unil In good condition 81- 1nceliliry buildings Tbl is u bargain at per acre No 1G7P1 acres nice ilmpe with nil necessaryIuhldnigsela din be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farm eo or write I It Hughe or James i White Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial JlTrotting Tiark llay Ktnlllon Ill hlllld foaled Auust Iwd bred nt VllllftlCe Farm KastAurora S y F Iratdm Nlnlllb- t1 Ulrllll1tx AlnerieUs Stt1 frohl reo of llnttleton 4yr record XU4 American ll llo8yr record JilS and IS others In 2ddust n son of Onward re corala1M Ire of Onward Hllver Srt and Aeothers In the gfllst Onward was sired by George Wilkes Soil tutu MuornasiretlbyMambrhmKStg 1W5 Mioof ud of tho Monor StSLord Ierbyy0jlleir at Law a0 0 other In 210 ail dam Uotlet by Nutwood oo tile sire of lit In the Hit- 4thdamTopiuuyHtriithmore40H lire W In the lItBth dumb Mlllnrd by Albion Cth dam Ned byMinnbrlnuOhlefThe Vnrflild was bred to only li flumes He hue 12 fouls nil uphendinl plenty ofltyle site unit substance and plenty sitar Thfl Vnrllleld liu mprmwiitntlveitnllloii lu nil the turn Impllim To my loft ha lUe eniphnslt- ethequhlltieeotnbinriintlilsoil of Dare lHVll Jlehn them nnd they are of ranch yuunetrical character n to make him n itnlllon among many JIls head End nook lioby pro lrCt and when It luconnection whit h Kilit nod XoulIuulwill say you never poked nt n hUjr one The Vurfleld li tho only ntnlllon that Inn dams Hi the broodmare lIt Ifw line two Mnmbrlno ling crosses two Mnmbrlno lntchentwoMauibrUmliefhuehtuii one inward fleorgo Wllkeo I Electioneer Nutwood l Btrnthmori more trotting crosses than any tnlllon nllve The Wurlleld is by Haro Iovllpt4reeord- w He by Mnmhrlno King IKV hi by Mnmbrlno Iatalien fJI he by Mnmbrlmi Chief II Dam Menttlen by Hines ants by Electioneer 11 Mare Devil Is n great winner Ho won the clmmplonkhlp IIII National Horse Show In IWN class llrst Niitlonul Horso Show In IWi IM12 hIlIllPIOIIhllNatlonnl Horse Show ltM hhow- IoWolaesl0 chnmplonnhlp National Horse- Show 1tsr1 c lioreeShow III tIn lint Nlitlonllilloroo Hhow 1WI class first llonton hone Hhow class llreKervc llonton Horse Hhow lliO class second Boston ort Stoow IWO clues see Boston horse Hhow tun class reserve nontnn Horse Show dais II third 1101 ton Horo Show use class 7 Ho sired Tho Beau Ideal yMft sire of Princes Helen lln i05Jil ll Trifler5ryIaroBevilJr52i Will make the season at our farm I mllo from McKinney Ky at to Insure II Living Colt Will also stand the good BLACK JACK 3ONQUKHOK nt H to Inure a Living Colt Hell good Individual 15M hands high white length fine bone and- leet SMOWENStSON foKlnneyKy c SUMMER IERI 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 GREY TAN AND BLUE are the very thing for comfort and very sty ish 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 i rrtt l H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Our Merry Widow Box Parer is something entire ly new Each box contains the complete words and music of the Merry Widow Waltz Fine Linen Paper and Envelopes only 25 cents a box 0PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Claims Notes Andt Accounts r T Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United States Claims of all kinds carefully looked after in all parts of the country Real Estate of all kinds sold and exchanged r Correspondence solicitedi Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky i heInterior Journal STANFORD KY Trsi 21 1908 TIIERE U no better way to cool all these hot days than at Pennys Soda Fountain Ice Water is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS Miss SUSIE SAUNDEBS of Ix ulsvlll U with friends hero SUIT OAKLAND SINGLETON la up after several days sickness MR AND MRS 0 C GOOCII of Woy nesburjr wero hero Saturday Mils MILDRED UEAZLEY of Lanca ter ii with Mrs W W Hays Mn C E UOHON of Lebanon was up Sunday to see a lady friend Miss POLLY TRAYLOR has returned from a visit to Richmond friends Miss UEsaiK YANTIB spent sever Says with Garrard county relatives Miss LORAINE CAMPIICLL has returned from a visit to relatives at Uanvlll DR R A JONES of Cincinnati was hero several days with his old friend r MR J DUNN orders his paper changed from Lancaster to Decatur III Miss EMMA WARRBN U with her sit ter Mlis Katherine Warren at Some set MR L WBAREN HUOIIBS attended the Sunday School convention in Lot GBOPOU HUME of Hichmom was tho guest of Miss Susan Iol her T N ROIIBRTS of Danville pent Sunday with tho family of Mr J II Otter Misem ELIXADETII AND LUIA Hot DBRMAN of Somerset are with Mrs A PotterED who has boon in bad hoalth for soitio time Is In a Lexinnto sanitarium Mils LUCY A CARTRR came up from Lebanon Saturday to visit her son Mi fl D Carter Junnu M C SAOKLBY spent IAlt week In Magoflin county where ho hold a special term of court MRS MARY C GIVBNS and Mist Len Itarnott who have been ill oolong cor v tinuo In a critical condition MRSDUIIJIB D CARTHR and Jarrio F Cummins and Mlsa Alice Alcor spent several flays in Louisville MR M G ALURIDOB of Garran spent Sunday here with his brothers Messrs S II and II D Aldrldgo MR VALENTINE FAQALBY of Kings vine is visiting relatives at Cloves 0 and orders his I J goat thorn a while Mil GEO C KBUBR of Danville an ever present help In time of trouble is assisting us during a ruth of job work MIM KLLA TIIOMIWON of Preachers ville is the guest of hoe eousCno Mlsen Siuio and AisaThompeonMt Venioi Signal HRV S M RANKIN now of Groan boro N C shows his faith in and stood feeling for the I by paying his subscription to February 1910 MISSES SOPHIE ALCORN and Mar Burch returned Saturday night fron Northampton Mass whore they grad uated with hqnors in tho celebrated placoI left this morning for San Francisco to tako ship in tho Pacific fleet Midshipman Collins of Madison county is under tho same orders as Mr Saufiey and accom panled him f REV AND MRS W G MONTGOMERY of tho West End will chaperone a crowd of young people to Mammoth Cavo this week Misses Elizabeth am Pcachio Baughman of this place will be in the party Miss SALLIE COOKE who holds a good position In tho Pennsylvania Schoo for tho Blind at Pittaburg arrived Sun day to spend a portion of her vacation with her sisters Mesdames Gco B Cooper and E C Walton MRS JUNE IL REID of Hustonvillo is at Mrs Browns Retreat for tho Sick on Logan Avenue Mrs Reid U trying- to get rid of a nervous trouble Hoi mother Mrs V B Morse of Huston S r ville was down to see her Friday LOCALS WEDDING presents at W II Muel lers ALL calicoes areaniekloat Sever ances NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins Wearcn CALL on T D Newland for German millet seed- SJnaTs and underwear rCummins Wearen WANTED to buy a secondhanded buggy This office ALL trimmed hateseal at great reduction Miss Ella May Saunders 2t CARLOAD of nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stan ford NEW long kid gloves shammy gloves silk gloves 12 and 16 button at SeverancesSe TilE Crab Orchard Fair and Racing V Associations premium list appears in this issue Read it and you will be sure to goe ET the best sprinkling hose In town at Aldridges plumbing shop when It stops raining pSUNDAY was the longest day in the year and Itmight bo added that It was also tho hottest JUST RECEIVED New line of Ladle Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum tnlns Wearen WE arc ready toyour sawin Hills cut to order M F Lawrence R F No 4 StanfordaTUB 1908 tax books have been mad out and your taxes are duo Come in and settle T J Hill sheriff e Ton Crab Orchard Fair Associatto is getting things in great shape for their meeting July 1C 16 and 17 SEALED bids for tho surplus butter milk of tho Stanford Creamery will be received by tho secretary H J Ml Roberta until noon Juno 30th Tim time for working tho count roads has been extended from July 1 to July 25 The court to allow claims for samo will convene Aug George E Cooper county clerk YOUR account with the Stanfor Drug Co has not yet been paid and a settlement is desired and must bo had This means you if you owe tho firm which is now out of business and mus settle up Its affairs AUCTION In order to settle up tho firms busincM wo will sell at publl auction on July IS County Court day all our accounts same will be sold sop eratuly and as a whole Terms cash Cummins McClary Tim brazing machlnV belonging to tho Stanford Telephone Co exploded In tho oxchango Friday afternoon and Ule lire alarm was sounded Very little damage was done and tho fire amount od to little or nothing term John Estos aged 75 died at Crab Orchard lat week Ho was the fnter of Mr James A Kites of titll place and was an honorable upright cllhwn lIe leaves a wife and ISgrowi children The interment occurred at Lancaster WK desire to thank our friends an neighbors of the Crab Orchard soctlo for their kindnoa to our husband and father In his Illness and death We shall ever remember their good deed and kind words Mrs F J Gloss and family Crab Orchard Ky THE court of appeals affirmed tho de otalon of the Fayetto circuit court In tho ease of Robert locker tho Negro who killed Newton foal a prominent Fayotto county farmer Hockor who lived for years In the pebble section of thKoounty was given a death sin tense VAN SVRRRDr John G VanDi vow of Pnlrland Okki who died in a Louisville Hospital was buried In Buf falo Cemetery here Friday afternoon Dr VanDovccr was a distant rolatlvi of tho VanDoveors hero and his parents live in Wayno county Ho was 36 year old and unmarried TUB L N It II will sell tickets to Crab Orchard July 15 16 and 17 or account of tho Fair from Louisville Middicaboro Saxton Winchester and all Intermediate points at one faro plus 25c round trip good returning the 18th Stock shipped to Crab Orchard Fair over this road will be returned free A DISPATCH sent from Lancaster that tho boys composing the ball team were not treated courteously when they played hero last week After consider able investigation we are unable to find that any thing was done or said that should have ruffled their little feelings 1ho writer should havo been more specific MR JOHN N MENEFEE SR has sold his handsome residence on East Main street to Mr J Crit Eubanks of the Hubble section who will be given possession about Oct 1 Tho price paid is private Mr Eubanks and family will bo cordially welcomed here It is to be toped that Mr Menefeo and his excellent family will continue to reside in n Stanford WE for issue that James end Faulkner Kennedy who have been in jail at Danville for several months toying been taken from the Stanford jail because of tho illness of Jailer Her rin were taken to Frankfort Tuesday but the copy got lost Sheriff T J Hill and Deputy A C took them over It will be remembered that Jas Kenned got a life sentence for killing lilt Estes and Faulkner Kennedy 21 years for participation in the killing of James Shupes TUB Frankfort Journal has this to say about ono of ourwell known townsmen Prof J W Ireland of Stan lord who by tho way has given the Kentucky Educational Association the leasuro of hearing his magnificent vocal accomplishments on several occa Ions addressed tho meeting on Tho Teachers Personality Ills Most Valua blo Pedagogical Asset It Prof Ireland iado a splendid impression and his own personality is a living example of his ubject for few teachers in tho State are more beloved in their ban is Prof IrehmdI PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wearen BINDER Twine and Harvester oil at W fit Hlggins e SEEthe D E Lawn Mower before you buy George H Farris FouNnA pair of steel rimmed spec tides on Crab Orchard pike near Mrs W A Hails This office Or course tho spectacles lost by Mrs John W Rout were found They were advertised for in tho I J and that tells the talc Tills is Summer weather suro enough The mercury hovers around tho 100 mark and it is almost as dry as the desert of Sahara ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stool of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper DR W N CRAIG will bo in his ofilc over McRoberta drug store for a fey days prepared to test your eyes am supply you with the glasses you need ST JOHNS DAY will bo celebrated at Dripping Springs to morrow Wednes day The Crab Orchard lodge F A M will confer tho Eastern Star degrei at SrUFan My splendidly improve farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvilli pike three miles from Stanford Cal on or phone me A J Rico Stanford Ky IN the last issue theINTBRIO JOURNAL I announced that my keg H cerise expired on the 13th of June I was mistaken It does not expire un tit midnight June 10 W H Traylor distillerSWE can send you the CouriorJourna lor Louisville TImes from now unti onIIyanti money rat accompan lied by the order ALL person indebted to tho estate of A M Pence decwwd will settle with me at onlo also those having claIms against hit estate will present them tome properly proven for payment W 0 Walker admr yosIthat has come upon him is bending his form and making his step unsteady and no ono can see him and not sympathize Frankfort Journal STOIIB BURGLARIZED H J McRob arts gents furnishing and clothing tore was broken into Friday night and a suitVase handsome grip several suite of clothe two Panama hats etc were stolen Entrance was effected by breaking a glow in tho front door Two hove belonging to good families are suspected but no arrests had been made when we went to prods TimE following sent from Mt Sterling will doubtless be read with interest by those of our people who have tho honor ot Promoter Allens acquaintance J F Allen of Cincinnati was here this evening and submitted a railroad jirop isltl6n Business men closed an agree pent with him whereby ho is to incor porate and file articles at onco for the Mt Sterling Columbia and Scottsville railroad to be capitalized at 1000000 The main office is to be in this city from which tho road will start and ono director Is to bo chosen from this county Under the agreement tho citizens hero are to pay 45000 25000 when the road is built to the Lexington ape Eastern road 10000 when completed to tho Louisville and NashvUKi road md 10000 when completed to the Lou- Isville Atlantic road Mr Allen will return here in a few days to file articles of incorporation and claims to have 30000 ready for the enterprise- MATRIMONIAL Thomas Chuppell and Miss Nellie Bur hell each 16 years old were made one hero Saturday Exdov and Mrs J Proctor Knott elebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at Lebanon last week J R Bray three times a widower and 44 years old and Miss Tilda May Icazley 19 were married at McKinney unday Tho marriage bans of Anna Gould lond Prince Hello do Sagan have been osted In Paris but tho exact date for their wedding has not been disclosed Mrs Mary D Potter of Bowling Green announces the engagement of hor daughter Miss Tompio D Potter to Dr L G Singleton a prominent enlist of that place Dr Singleton is a brother of Supt Garland Singleton or this place Mrs Ellen Compton of Washington D C who is now visiting relatives in exington has been awarded a judgment for 860000 against the Wabash railroad in a suit which has been pending in tho courts for 30 years The State of Kentucky has spent approximately 45000 on tho militia or that portion of it which has been in active service during the six months that Gov Willson has been in the executive chair CHURCH MATTERS L Rev R H Croeafield of Owcnsbor has been offered the presidency of Transylvania University at Lexington and has conditionally accepted countyhaspreachehisA heavy windstorm blew down a tent in which 1500 persons were holdin services at La Crosse Wis and did much damage to property through ut the county A titan who is In perfect health so he cando an honest days work who necessary has much for which he should be thankful Mr L C Hod gars of Uranchton Pa writes that ho was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over to tie bis own shoes Six bottles of Foleys Kldne Cure made a new man of him Be say Success to Foleys Kidney Cure II Pennys Drug Store The schedule of assets and liabilities of James H Parrish filed at Owens shows that Parrishs pastor his ward and his landlady are among the propertylisted FOR SALE I Hhodc Island lied Pullets anti Cockerel Kggfromueklvvluryouig backs Wlhl and let tlivin MH iv J KHMIKTON Flhone7 trnli Onhard Ky CONCRETING We an In do nil kinds or eon ervllnc rich aMoak Work 1nvnnen IIrnlID tact we run iHHkw any tliliuc from IOBS down to n tenet host ve can wtri you pf niHly ami KUHmntrv flrstrlni inferLahorePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky OOpeIPellflillgtOllFire Life Insurance tonreseuting old and established Com lanio Odd Follows Building StanF- ord Ky Pence Jrfence Jr will make the swoa of IduK at lilY txirn H ndle from lIre n living colt If mare Ii tradelorpart- d with the sra on niowy trcomrs due 1ar JrbyMulflon gyeanold 1u1111 iniuti lilgh iifKxl tyh and notion llj by Rlxnrl he by nvlmont tie tiexnlmr AlidiUlAh Pners lit dam h tbnout Pofet snot dam by iRfrani ChIef nl dnm l v On Knal 4th dam er HllrIlowsum by a Mninbrtno horsy gal dam b- ydnrnbrlnoIrsrngtu 1vncv Jri9d dan by 011111 lorei gruitHl HI 111r month not rwipon dbie for nroldvntt or ecapv should any 00- rllr J Z HIOOXAMOltK Rowland Ky PRESTON 922 Vol ntegnltedhowdUN winning at nil till Kentucky lair also lit till hone at Ht IxiuUnnd KnnuiROlty He Ii n brown ure with black points l i liiindi high rlih flue vtrle and very high action Mired by u811111I1toll M First darn Hell by llhoderlck 1W Second dam by Denmark It Is useless to commend him an the pto- pIe of this and adjoining counties know his ecord lu a bow horse sad Rlloror brwdlnj iirposoi He will make thetooll of IPORat my ItO- blo lu frnb Orchard nt 111110 Insure a living felt Will keep mares on grass nt r per nonth but not responsible tor accident 01 scape of tock Henson due It mare U trod dor parted with J h1iAILEY- Crab Orchard Ky PEYTON ly line mule Jack will iniike the prevent ensonnt Morvlnnd IS tolnnureullv Inll colt JlcU a sure foal getter and I con Ider him nn extra Rood mule nek JIll nubs round up when mntured right nt land high 110 n line black Jac- kTURNER with white point 15 hands I Inch will be ermltted to serve uses nt to wing colt Heebliroltiion my farm are extra good I have two young tiltII unrUe and Midday that will serve n lore My rlltlIndependence ChiefIII serve n limited number of mnrei nt tsto Hiirru llvlnij colt Independence O111ePi rueingdan ro H II Ky Commissioners Sale 11 Lincoln Inuit Court L U llUKhes vs Hobert lulet nl Duets Notice ol Sale Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Ircult Court rlmenllln above styled rtlonat the May terns IMXtbenndcrslgnid COlIIr will on- HXTUUDAY JULY llth tits otweeu and P tf In front of too court boulo door In Htunford Kyell nt public titcry to the highest nnd beat bidder the illowlng rent ettiite which Is In the town IHtunford Ineoln County Ky Said two estate conilnti of n house anti lot Lancaster street bounded on the North b y Iortman A v on the East by IjincantiT root on the South It the lot told by 51 F- IklutoATNUnnalleyandon the West Ity lot of Aldrldge formerly Milburu Till lot was conveyed to the mother of ufondnnta namely Resin Kenzt by deed dlll1 November 7th Jlo which Ii rwordott III the olllcB of the clerk of the Lincoln otinty Court Indeed look No 8S page II y the term of the deed Ilhodn lIeluul took me estate with remainder to her children Rata Kenzel died on the Mil of June 7The sale will be made on a credit of MX innths and for tho purchase price the urchnscr wilt be required to give with npproO d security payable to the Oommli otter bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of tale until paid IIlId having the force and effect of n JUdg- ment The bond II to be further secured by II lien on the land sold CEO De BAUFLET IS C Lu a a You Must Gt- At Once If you expect to take advantage of our OPPORTUNITY SALE i Buying opportunities like this one dont pre sent themselves every day Remember only ten days of special selling June 17th to 27th Suits less onethird the regular price Skirts less onefourth the regular price Wash suits and wash skirts less onefourth the regular price Shirt waists at 29c 48c 89c and up Gingham and percale petticoats at 48cIDress ginghams 10 and 12 12c kind at 9 l2c Fine silk tissues plain and fancy worth up to 5oc your choice for 19cI Special values in new wash goods at IQc and 13c LOOK MEN 50 cent Elastic Seam Drawers at 39 cents 50 cent Balbriggan Shirts at 39 cents 4 Pairs Tan or Black Socks for 25 cents Making money with little effort is saving money at this sa- leSEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY s Cheap Sale a throughout the month of June These offers will save you money All calicoes at 5c per ynnl Tie lawns at 5c per yard lOo lawns at8cper yard 15c lawns att12cper yard 25c lawns at lOc per yard All Dress Ginghams atlOcper yard Shoes Dress Gpods and Table Linens utlO per cent discount Do not let this chance pass you but come early and get your choice These prices are strictly CASH TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HoaseISTANFORD KENTUCKY RefrigeratorsIce Ice Cream Freezers = =Ate= W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Y l The Interior Journal hhkredinlh4Foet OficeatStanford IU ttoandclait matter- PVBL25UBD TOBSUATS AND YRIDAT AT 5700 PER YEAR CASH te1Wben not so paid IJOO will bo charged B De CARTER Now Livery Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Pot the arrest nnd convIction of any peso trespassing upon my harm day or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling the pub lie highways or Injury to tock from the lands of other people This rownnl refers to pest present mid future I also offer nipec JRI reward of to for partlculnri see me I atto oUr two gpeolnl rewards of p nnd U HWfeBBhJ aOnrponter McKINNEY MARBLE A GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors D eAlrt In nnd manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KlntOlast Work at Ilentonnble Prices OlHce and Works MoKinney Ky Hhop closed on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building SIgn Writing Draper and House Painting Toper Hanger G MEDAIRY DecoratoraGraining Kte MoKIXNUY KY t INSURANCEIke 4 Aeoidem None bat the STRONGEST and BIST Companies Represented Lowest Yoh sible Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying Reo Uneqnalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St t For the next few rrdays we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I 3Jan Insurance companies have cancelled their alleles In the Tobacco District and others hove ceased writing at a time when h the tanner needs them the most A Friend inneed is a Friend inihxd The Home In L suranco Company of NY the largest and most popular fire Insurance Company has always and Is now writing tobacco barns + and all classes of form property They have not cancelled n single Policy even In count ties where the tobacco trouble has been the worst For Insurance on all classes of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo J Undertakers and Embalm ors Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD r KENTUCKY a J C McClary a Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InlHarnoss Saddlery f STANFORD KYc OmcelPhoneIG7 lloite Phone h t PremtuniLit 0 Tlie GraD OrGflarU FairT- o be held at Crab Orchard Three Days Beginning Wednesday July 15 1908 137700 IN PREMIUMS FIRST DAY JULY 15 AH premiums paid in casli without discount 70 per cent ti speoifiednSADDLE CLASS No 1 Best suckling colt cither sex 10 0 0 Ko 2 Best colt mare or gelding 1 year old mild uttder 2 to bo Blown to halter 10 OC No 3 Best mare or golding 2ycars old null under 8NN 16 Of 10 to 1st Sri to 2nd No4 Bast iuaro or guiding 8 years old and natlr 4 15 0 S10 to 1st 86 to hall HARNESS CLASS No 6 Best mare or gelding 2 yours old and under 3 15 00 Slo to 1st SC to hull No C Best ware or goldiug 8 years old and under 4 15 00 10 to 1st 6 to2nd No 7 But mare or golding 4 years old aud over 20 00 814 to 1st S6 to 2nd No8 Boat Shetland or half Shetland pony for harness purposes to bo driven by boy or girl or two girls 10 00 SADDLE CLASS No 0 Best mare or gelding 4 years old and over 20 00 14 to 1st 6 to 2nd No 10 Best Fancy Turnout single horse no deflorations 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 11 JJpst roadster stallion anyago style speed durability and soundness consid ered 50 00 25 to 1st 15 to 2nd 10 to 8rd t No 12 Bost colt any breed or sex under 1 year oMn season to Chester Jewell in 1909 15 00 No 13 Hitch up race for ladies hall mile dash 15 00 First 2 ladies 810 to 1st 85 to 2d Two ladies to each rig buggies to be lined up at startingon track harness in buggy horse to be led in with bridle on and stopped beside her bug gy no snaps to be used on harness all buckle After the judges have examined each set ot liar ness the word will be given and the ladies to begin at the same time to put the harness on the horse and proceed to hitch to the buggy and be oil the first to the wire to have let money and the second 2nd money No 14 Running race plug horses 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd 1 mile da hThree of different interests to start Thoroughbreds barred No 15 Mule race running mile heats beet two in three 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd Three or more of different interests to Mart SECOND DAY JULY 16 All premiums paid in cash without discount 70 per cent to 1st and 30 per cent to 2nd unless otherwise spccifitd MULE CLASS No 1C Rest mule under 1 year old 10 00 No 17 Beat mule 1 year old and under 2 10 00 No 18 Best mule 2 years old and under 810 00 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two sows andiS pigs for sale Jacob Haefllger R R No 1 Waynes burg Buy your pure Sisal twine at 8c from G Weatherford d Co dealers in general merchandise Hustonvillc 4t John McRoberta and Mack Hughes of Danville owners of Florence play a fine saddle mare refused 900 for her The Suburban Handicap at Sheeps head Bay was won by Ballot King James was second and Fair Play third John T Denton of Fayette sold 250 head of fat cattle to a Cincinnati firm who will ship them to the New York market The price varied from 4 lo 41 cents a pound- A gentleman who has recently trav eled over a great dtfa of country In cluding Kansas and Kentucky says that the finest fields of wheat he has yet encountered were In Wayne county this State He made the assertion that the most of them would average 30 bushels to the acre Advocate There was a very small crowd at the Nicholasville court Jno B Chambers auctioneer reports the following sales of stock 7yearold mule 190 3year old mule and colt 76 four heifers 1750 ten 2yearold heifers 22 sow and eight pigs 1025 sow and four pigs 325 sow and five pigs S 14 65lb shoats 285 14 83Ib shoats at 350 two milch cows 2250 and 3750 Journal Notice ChickenRaisers R 41144 ogres cholera gapesroup canker and llmberneck Price 50c Ni cure no pay Guaranteed by New Stanford Drug Co No 11 Best mule 3 years old andover ago considered IB 01 10 to 1M 6to 2nd No 20 Best micro mud mule colt 15 00 JO to let 5 to 2nd No 21 Bestpair mules anyage or sox ago considered 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 22 Boat mare lull colt by sldo any breed 40 01 Soason to Dignity DAre 1000 1st premium 2nu promima SO The 10 01 nitre that wins premium fa to ht 0britlto thic bare No 28 Host walking mnro or gelding 15 00 10 to 1st B to Slid No 24 Best combined nitre or gull tC 30 00 SO te let 10 to 9d SADDLE GLASS No 25 Boat 2 your old MulKoti more or gelding under 8 SO 00 Season to Rex Peavine 1000 2nd premium 810 Stylooonfbrmaton 10 GO action and manners considered ROADSTER CLASS v No 2G Bast roadster double toam regardless of sex or ownership style speed tll1rn ill ty and soundness considered 80 00 HARNESS CLASS No 27 Best stallion 2 years old anti under 8 15 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd No 28 But high acting micro or golding in ItnrnescN 20 00 Stylcconformationaction and manners to govern SADDLE CLASS No 20 Best saddle colt either sos under 1 your old shown by bridle or halter 20 00 Season to Preston 1000 1st 7 to 2nd 7 DO No 80 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 15 00 10 to 1st 6 to 2nd No 81 Best stallion 3 yenta old and under 4 20 00 ROADSTER CLASS No 82 Best roadster mare or galdjug 80 00 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd Style speed durability and sounduoM considered HARNESS CLASS No 33 Best stallion 3 yearn old and under 4 20 00 SADDLE STAKE No 84 Best waddle etallion mare or gelding any age 200 00 100 to 1st GO to 2nd 40 to 3rd 5 per cent entrance II to fill and 5 percent from winners entries to close Sat urday July 11th No 85 Running race catch weights 58 mile dash N 16 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd No 80 Mule race running mile dash 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd For slowest mule change riders to he will have 110 interest in mule ho titles No lame or cripple mules allowed to start THIRD DAY JULY 17 All premiums paid in cash without discount 70 per cent fo let and 30 her cent to 2nd unless otherwise specified TACK CLASSNo Best jack 2 years old and under 3 10 00 Here and There Frank Manly Governor of Indiana was prostrated by heat while addressing the Ottowa Chautauqua at Ottowa Kan sasAbout100 people of Maysville who at the railroad station to meet Secretary Taft were disappointed to learn that he was traveling by another route One man was killed and many In jured by an explosion that blew up the duPont Powder Companys neutraliz ing plant at Louvlcrs 20 miles south of DenverOne is dead another Is missing and nearly a score of others were in jured by an explosion on board the Ger man steamer Arcadia which arrived at Philadelphia from Hamburg thatfsometies are forfeited to the Common wealth for failure to list for taxation Bucklens Arnica Salvo Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga wrtlcilIII had a bail 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 2T c box won the day fur me by affecting a per feet cure Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store The Philippine Assembly voted 57 to 16 that Independence was the aspiration of the Filipino people and that they are ready for it now If ono feels dull and spiritless In the Spring or early Summer they call It Spring Fever But there Is no fovor usually It Is the after effect of our Winter habits The nerves aro mostly at fault Tired wornout nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambition A low doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change nil of those depressing symptoms Tho Res tIVo1butsatisfy you that tho remedy Is roach Ing that tired spot Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonic It gives more vim and irloro 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 bo convinced Pennys Drugstore ut 1H- WSAMPSON 7hle young luck will iiiiikw this nun ton nt my farm where J live tilt H H llnuglinmii farm 4 tulle Mouth of Mlaiiforil on thuHom ersutpl a at to Insure IIIl1ro colt nnd to lM6 horse colts I consider HIIIIII OIl u grYat briiillng Juck All nt hla lust your colts were 01lnl I showed two of them nt Htiinfcmi I Jimaster ami Unnvlllu fiilrit mid won lath litiimlliul iiremluiiulncoltrlim of o toldentries ut nil three fairs won lot In tlio weepstnko ring at Ijiiicuititr the only fnlr that gave n sweepstake Might of his 11m tops and tour of his lit cults nro now on my farm to show for themselves I will appreciate nay mure sent to him and tool sure you not regret sending J II nAunU AN Htunford Ky lltune l0 No S3 Host jack tutyage ngo oousldurod 16 00 10 to let 3 to 2nd COW RING No 30 Beat suckling ooitolthrr soxJ by Glioeior Jowoll r ifi 00 10 to let 6 to 9nl1tSADpLK GLASS 2 o 10 Boat siddle atnlllon 4 years old nmf caret JT 80 00 20 to let 10 to 2dll t No 41 Bait reowosurror goldjug shown to 11 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd Style situ action ploiifaiit handling nail umnnorg considered No 42 Best gaited mldlo stallion any ngo ageeonsidoreclNN 3f 00 20 to let 10 to 2nd Stylot ooii formation notion nUll gaits Should ltow b distuiot galas go n good brisk walk 2 ranting walks or tax trot 8 canter 4 rackt trot change easily from ono gait to another HARNESS CLASS No 48 Host stallion 4 your old and over JO 00 20 to lit 10 to 2nd No 44 Best phaiton Irony 14i hands and under 16 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd No 45 Best pair harnow mares or geldings or nmro and gelding A 25 00 18 to let 10 to 2nd Style notion pleasant handling and touudnm considered No 40 Best oomhlned ltullionallnseoooSO to 1st 10 to 2nd To go 8 galU rimier suddlo walk trot C1ntertand a tenure trut in harness MODEL RING No 47 Hast modnl horse marc or gelding Sfl 00 Season to Rex Arhuoklc 1000 lit 2nd premium f10 10 00 HARNESS CLASS No 48 Host oolt either sox under 1 year old shown by halter for hnrnciw jiurpOiMH 20 OQ 1st premium a season to Haxhall 2ntf premium 810 10 00 Styleaation and gait for hnrncM purjKaicoii iloreil No 40 Uet Fancy Turnout double team dee orations not considered20 00 Team 40 per cent rig and ImrncM 80 per cent and occupants HO per cent No 80 Best Now York saddle stallion micro or gelding 20 00 Gaits to be walk trot canter action stylcmannors and soundnou considered ROADSTER STAKE No 51 Best roadster gtnlliou mare or gelding any age 150 00 80 to 1st 45 to 2nd 25 to 8rd 10 entrance feofive to fill No 62 Running taco fmilo dash 15 00 10 to let 5 to 2nd As many as thrco or moro tq start No 58 lulu rare 1 mile 10 00 As many as 8 or more to start T W GUEST President R II URONAUGII Secretary I I1LJO4l1f 10 1NJliFltGU TTOE DAlfOI1oLOfJJ etcroo MJJr GEORGE FARRIS Roofing For Sale- S I t H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing L i