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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE INTERIOP JOURNAL t VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 26 1908 NO 33 Birmingham and Other Southern Cities as Seen by Clarence ColemanILOUISVILLE KY Juno 21My re union letter from Birmingham wni brought to an abrupt dose by reason ol my desiro to take an afternoon train forborne however I desire to write a few lines on Birmingham that hustling Southern city which is destined to soon becomo the industrial metropolis of Dix ie When the Civil War was beIng fought and the South was being drench a ixl with the blood of both armies Birm Ingham wet no more than nplne forest while that section which is now the business district was a cotton planta tion While not laid out until 1871 Iti real growth began with its first Iron furnace which was erected in 1870 It is the center of steel Iron and coke making In the South Within Its limits nod immediate vicinity are something like 40 blast furnaces making pig Iron nod two stool mills turning out the beet- steel rails made In the United States Greater Birmingham contains a popula tion of at least 150000 and covers un area perhaps larger than any other American city Bowemor and Bnsloy with n population of 150000 and OQOOO ropo are suburban cities and aro not Included In tho Greater Ilirm Ingham corporation Tho smaller cities of Pratt City Avondale Woodlawn East Lake North Birmingham and a few other suburbs have recently been annexed to Birmingham which ac counts for its phenomenal growth Birmingham Is the center of tho only region in tho world where coal Iron and limestone are found in pay ing quan titles In such close proximity It has the largest coal mines and greatest number of coke ovens in the world price of pig iron is fixed through lThethe universe by the Birmingham In addition it is ono of the yellow pine markets in the Uni ted States Over 1000 bales of cotton t are handled there annually the finest clays in the country are found in that vicinity and It has unequaled facilities for cement production My wife self and several other visi tors wcortcd by a guide were shown through tho immense furnace and steel plant at Ensley which It not only the largest of its kind in tho South but second only to the Carnegie plant al Pittsburg It took over three hours oi strenuous walking and climbing to fin ish our tour of this immense plant which gives employment to over 10000 man We also went into n coal mint nt Ensloy said to be the greatest producer in the world Bessemer another iron and steel town was visited as was Anniston a city of about 25000 and the county seat of Calhoun county It will be remembered that a division ol soldiers was encamped near Anniston in 1S9S among them being the 4th Ken tucky Infantry commanded by Col D G Colson Anniston is a beautiful Ute tle city having electric cars two dally papers and Is up to date In every way A day and night was spent In Chatta nooga whero tho writer and his better half were made ono just four years ago Chattanooga is a thriving city and a manufacturing center having grown from a town of 3000 at the outbreak ol the Civil War to a hustling bustling placo of 60000 including its suburbs Tho corn and cotton crop throughout that portion of Georgia and Alabama visited by tho writer looks promising while the peach and apple yield will bo a bumper one Early apples and Juno peaches are being marketed by the car loads oa are also melons As a dycdlnthowool Southerner I am very much interested In tho welfare and prosperity of the South and prize itas a sacred heritage to havo been born on the Southern aide of Mason and Dlxons line CLARENCE COLEMAN Health Coffee Is really the alas estCoReolmitatloneveryetproducedThis Gently produced by Dr Shoot Itaolno Wis Not a grain of real Coffee In it either Dr Shoops Health ColTeo is mode from puro toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes ted loan boiling Made in a minute says tho doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Fly time is moro to bo feared than war time It Tho fly which walks across your food may carry 100000 die ease germs on its hairy legs the ma jority of which aro dangerous to Ufo and court death It yon will mako Inquiry it will bo a 1revolatlon to you how many succumb or bladder troubles In one t form or another If tho patient la not beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Cure will euro It nover disappoints Pennys Drug Store S r Annlo Weaver has been appointed postmaster at Cane Creek Laurel county MIDDLEBURG It is thundering In the West as wt write these lines and we aro hoping for a good rain Miss Mollio Tilford has been employ ed to teach tho school at Valley Oak this county- A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church on Monday nightaf ter tho first Sunday in July Tho pas tor will be assisted by Rev Burns of Nicholasvlllo who is said to be quite an ablo minister Rev Shepherd ol Barbourvillo preached for Rev W W Hunt at tho Methodist church Sunday Tho childrens service at tho Metho dist church Sunday night was well at tended In fact standing room was at a premium The children acquitted themselves credltnbly and tho service was greatly enjoyed Tho childrens day service nt the Christian church at Yosemite will be hold on the first Sun day In July- Misses Nanmo Lucas and CornJonen of Arabia wero here Sunday with the Misses Tilford and Mss Salcna Jones Nathan CofTey and sister Miss Nora visited their parents here Misses Liz zie and Ruby Fogle attended tho Sun day School convention at Louisville Mrs Eliza Estes is hero for a short vis It to Mrs J A Estes C C Jones and wife were In Hustonvilla to see Steuben Godby who was hurt by awn away team while cutting wheat Miss Nannie Adams will teach the McCor mack school this year Those who seem to know say we were a little too severe on Harlan Car man In our writeup of tho unfortunate killing at Walltown They say while Carman had been a bad man ho had greatly reformed and was living a bet ter life Besides ho had been greatly sinned against and aggravated to do much that he did Evil reports came hero of tho bad conduct of Carman and wo wrote them as reported to us with no desire to do him an injustice and wo aro glad things were not so bad as pictured Carman had a good pious fath er and wo deeply sympathize with his mother who is a most excellent woman FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two sows and 18 pigs for sale Jacob Haefiiger It R No Waynes burg There were 2500 cattle on tho Mt Sterling market Monday Trade was brisk and tho best cattle brought 5c Yearlings went at 4J to 6c heifers 4 to 4Jc Cows sold at 3 to 3Jc- ESTIIAY A palo red steer weighing about 750 pounds left my placo some three weeks ago Liberal reward for his return Last seen near Masons Gap J C Lynn Stanford In Montgomery county Swift Co bought of lien B Wright 125 export cattle at life They will go in Septem ber and will average over 1600 pounds A dispatch from Lexington says DC Ridder GrIffith of Louisville pur chased 700000 pounds of burley tobaccc from the Equity Society pool at an av stage price of 1C cents a pound The total amount of this sale is 1120000 The farmers in tho vicinity of Berry Harrison county who pooled their wool havo sold the entire lot to J W Boyd of Cvnthiana This wool Is to bo delivered at Berry this week The price is 20 cents for straight wool and 16c for grades The lot consists of about 3000 fleeces Charles E Butler sold to Lexington parties 200 barrels of corn at 145 Ben and Dick Skillman gathered 3000 bushels of bluegrass seed which they sold to John Talbott at 75 cents for Au gust delivery J Needy of Pittsburg bought for July delivery 115 big cattle of Henry Caywood and 90 of McClin tock Sons for which they paid 6 Paris Kentuckian Booker T Washington addressed an audience composed of white and color ed people at the Masonic Theater say Ing that not only must tho Negro work reliably but that ho must also be pro gressive Later ho told tho Industrial School children how ho started as school janitorC J The Bost Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chron iu Indigestion and spending ovor two hundred dollars nothing has done mo ai much good as Dr Kings New Lifo Pills I consider thorn tho best pills over sold writes B R Ays cue of Inglcsldo N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 26c Gov Willson was tho guest of honor and principal speaker at the big outing of tho Harvard graduates of the class of 08 at Point of Pines Tho day was gIven over to merrymaking All dig nlgty was thrown to tho winds and all were out for a good time It Thero aro in Europe 10000 women and girls who earn a living ooj artists models It is strange to say that there are not ten among them who possess a perfect face and figure g NEWS NOTES W B Leeds tho noted AmerIcan financier is head In Paris Caleb Powers is at Battle Creek Mich in search of health Tho whisky men havo called an elec tion on tho wills ky question at Clover port It will be held in August Thomas A Allen aged 80 years a pioneer and one of the most prominent citizens of Shelby county is dead A hatchet fell from a telephono polo at Union Ind striking Marshall Horn brook on the head inflicting probably fatal injuries Proceeding under instructions from Acting Gov Cox Adjt Gen Johnston has issued an order calling In onethird of the State Guard now on duty in the night rider district- A special venire of 60 men has been summoned from McCracken county for tho purpose of securing a jury to try Dr Champion at Benton Dr Champion is alleged to have participated in the Birmingham raid Tho son who was born to the Queen of Spain came before he was expected and as a result many of the personages including tho Bishop of Segonia whoso duty it is to be present on these occa sions did not reach tho palace in time Twentyfour companies manufactur ing manilla wrapping paper pleaded guilty to violating tho Sherman anti trust law in the Federal Court in New York and were lined 1000 each John II Parks who headed tho combine and is under indictment has fled to Europe Tho Citizens Bank of Dover this State has closed its doors The bank was capitalized at 7600 with deposits amounting to only 7000 It is claimed tho closing of the bank was made nec essary by tho recent closing of a bank at Aberdeen Ohio Not a cent of mon ey or A pleco of paper was found In the bankSilas W Davis of Russellville 0 was seriously hurt as the result of tho tobacco war the e While jturnirg from Ripley soldiers fired a volley of shots at him the bullets striking the horse causing the animal to run away tho farmer being thrown out The sol diets say that Davis refused to halt and as ho was near the home of Walter Hook of Red Oak who had been at tacked by night riders they supposed Davis wa4 a night rider Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says In a recent letter I hove used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think It saved my life have found It a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would be without food For neatly 40 years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equal Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store COc and elfTrial bottle free The cowboy on the roofgarden ute tered an annoyed cry as one of his curls fell into tho beer It aint no affection he said what makes me and Buffalo Bill and all us plainsmen wear the hair long It is necessary to our health You see we are out in all weathers Often hatless tho August sun beats on our heads like fire and but for our hair wod get sunstroke Often we sleep on the ground at night and him that aint got long hair to cover his cars In sleepin out invariably gets deef in tho ear what is slept on Often in the win ter storms the hair protects the face from being friz Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing heal ing 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 Shoop Racine Wis to mall It Ask the Doctor In strict est confidence any question you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure Is sold by Pennys Drug Store Every building of consequence in Three Rivers Canada was destroyed In a fire that wiped out tho lower half or the city Appratus sent from Montreal and Quebec finally arrived and checked tho progress of the flames The loss Is over a million dollars and the insurance companies will lose heavily Cures Gapes Instantly lUltttSToWNi Kv May 4 1008 One drop of R 41144 dropped down ho bill of a Raping chicken kills the worms and relieves tho chlckorr Instantly When fed In feed or water It Is the best preventive I havo overseen Will Coomes Representative James S Sherman- of New York the Republican nominee for Vice President Is suffering from gall stones and was taken to R Cleve land hospital HUSTONVILLE Night riders burned a tobacco barn near Campbellsviilc and Lairs blood hounds were called to the scene to lo cate them Misses Roberta and Susan Blain are visiting their aunt Mrs Catherine Wolfe In Covington W D Rocker was at homo from Lawrenceburg Sun dayRoad Supervisor McWhorter deserves the blue ribbon for exhibiting such good judgment in his work this season There is no better road in the West End than Mr McWhorters The enterprising firm of Terry t Newell oo R F D No 1 from this place is reaching out for business Jam is getting it They have a full line of building material and hustle for the trade with good results The school election hero June 80 on the question of issuing bonds wlth which to finish paying for our school building and grounds and at the same time reduce the school tax should have the hearty support of every voter In the dlatrictIIII are guests of his parents Mr and Mrs T G Tupman They will stop In Covington and Cincinnati on their return to Freeport Mr Hall holds a good po sition with the I C railroad which place he has attained by gradual pro motion the result of correct and close attention to business Myers Lutes shipped to Cincinnati two cars of lambs at file one car of butcher stuff at 31c two cars of fat hogs at 41c and ono car of cows at 3jc Rifle Allen shipped a car of cattle and hogs 3Jc for cattle and 4 to 5c for hogs McCormack Vaughn shipped a car of good butcher stuff at 21c to 4c and Allen Swopo a car cf lambs at to G- cHaving seen from a recent report of the Kentucky Agricultural Commission the success in this State attained by hundreds of creameries many have ex pressed a desire that one be established here The Commercial Club will aid the promoters and there is no reason why one should not pay even better here than in other places where they they are so numerous A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 430 Houston St Now York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and woak kidneys it cannot bo too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate tho digestive tune ions purify the blood and impart renewed Vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store COc John D Smith of Hazard arrived in Louisville after walking all the way from St Louis whero he was robbed of 300 which he had saved during the three years he served in tho UnIted States army from which he was recent ly discharged Friends in Louisville loaned him enough to carry him by train to the nearest railroad point tohishom In Perry county 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 Rod gers of Branchton Pa writes that he was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over lo tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure madea new man of him Ho says Success to Foloys Kidney Cure Pennys Drug Store This is the way a Kansas editor describes an anonymous letter writer Somo dirty low degraded slander ous blackmailing virtueless cur orcur es3 has been sending to certain mem bers of tho editors family immoral blasphemous anonymous cards and let tersClark County Kan TribuneI W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This Is toccrtlfy that I have used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronic constipation and It has prov- en without a doubt to bo a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It Is with pleasure I otter my conscien tour reference Pennys Drug- Store 1supposo I ought to ask your father for your hand dearest Well yes It might please him and it cant do any harm Of course it wouldnt bo at all necessary if mother was at homerpee Will Cure Consumption A A Herrcn Finch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that It has cured consumption intbo first stages You never heard of any ono using taleys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store Cool Comfortable Summer ClothesI vr PI GOtf F01 mo Come lldsee our line of Summer Clothes und be convinced of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Jfiirst Tfational dXXYanAt cStanford 2gO- rganized SS2 Capital chock SSOOOO Surplus aaaf IfmHvidtd Profits S9OOO- jffas paid in fliviJancts sinco Organization 2t 500 Snvilo Wow jfccounts on Our JJfarils OFFICERS S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS i F Reid J H Baughman MID Elmore J M Pettus S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tale 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 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 I1 E M WOM ACK1C P A 4th andlMain Sts Louisville Ky We Have a Few Sets of BuggyHarness Left which is going at Money Saving Prices Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky T NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS 14144 Cure Cholera Gapes Roup Cnnkernnil Limberneck Price 50 cents No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Guaranteed by George L Penny 4STANFORDBAKDSTOWX KY May 4 1908 One drop of 41144 dropped down the billof a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves tHoJchicken instantly When fed in feed or water it is the best preventative I have over known WILL COOMES THE SAFEST AND QUItilUiSr WAY Tfl TRANSFER MONEY i 13 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATE- j1The Interior Journal L c WALTON J W FOLEY Ii n candidate for AU sorof Lincoln conn tysuoject to tlieactton ot the democrat party W L MCARTV Is a candidate for Sheriff uf Lincoln coun ty subject to the notion ot the deinocmtl party t3AUGHMANiIi a candidate for BlierllT or county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEYJR Ti a candidate for the nomination for Judi o of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE- I n candidate for magistrate In the Htan ford district subject to the democratic primary of June 6 JOHN J MOSER countaobjeclparty M BRUCE countIJAMES C HAYS countmbleotieparty D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- typf subject to the action of the Democrat party DINK FARMER Tin candidate for the Democratic nomlnn tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELMr i oilLincoln county THAT Georgia democrats are pretty well satisfied with Statewide prohibition is shown in the following resolution passed by the Georgia State Convention this week We pledge ourselves to the strict and just enforcement of the present State prohibition law and shall do all in our power through all legiti mate means to defeat any amendment which may tend to weaken or emuscu late it Thlssounds queer after the CourierJournal and ExGov Peck of Wisconsin have used their time and space in trying to make the outside world believe that prohibition does not prohibit in the Corncracker State and that the people are sick and tired of the law By the way an Atlanta gentleman writes us that the defeat of Hoke Smith for governor was not brought about by the whisky people or because of his views on the whisky question Joe Brown the successfnl candidate for governor is even a stronger antiwhisky man than Smith and just as enthusiastic for statewide prohibition as Gov Smith is he writes GROVER CLEVELAND former Presi dent of the United States died sudden ly at his home in Princeton N J Wednesdaymorning Death was due to heart failurecomplicated with other diseases He was71 years old and had been in failing health for some years He is survived by his wife and several children iMr Cleveland was the only surviving expresident having served his country for two terms as its chief executive He had been out of politics since his retirement from office Presi dent Roosevelt issued a proclamation directing that the flags over the White House and the departmental buildings be placed at half mast in honor of the memory of Mr Cleveland lie also or dered that suitable naval and military honors be rendered at the funeral which will take place this afternoon The death of IEx President Cleveland removes a conspicuous figure from the list of Americas great men CANDIDATES for the Vice Presidency are usually named for their running qualities and taken from pivotal States without the least regard to the fact that they may succeed to the Presidency Originally the Vice Pres ident was the defeated candidate for President the place being given to him as a sort of consolation prize Since the foundation of the govern ment four Vice Presidents have suc ceeded to the Presidency by death three by the act of assassination John Tyler Andrew Johnson Chester Arthur and Theodore Roosevelt are the four Tyler and Johnson are not remembered with much affection Ar thur was n small potato and we all know that Teddy was and is Tills from the republican New York Sun is not very reassuring to the par ty Sherman the nominee for the Vice Presidency has been Identified long and profitably with those elements of indecency and corruption which have brought the Republican party in this State to its present deplorable pass It can be said at best that the conven tion made a stupid choice It might have taken Odell WILLIAM MARSHALL BULUTJT of Louisville will sail for Europe July 1 Poor Mayor Grfristead He will have tp run things aloha fqr a few weeks r tip r Jrl r1o GEORGIA democrats will send an un Instructed delegation to Denver The State convention voted down by a big majority a resolution indorsing Thomas E Watson for vice president The platform declares against any amend ment of the prohibition laws WILLIAM J BRYAN gave out a state ment in which he says the republican platform is a silent repudiation of ev ery reform which the president advocated The instrument he regards as a sweeping victory for the stand pat element of the party MATRIMONIAL A G Jones of Jamestown and Miss Ethel Baity of Burnside were made husband and wife yesterday Col N D Miles of NIcholasville an nounces the engagement of his daugh der Kathryn to Dr Selby S Coleman a prominent druggist of New Orleans The marriage will take place in July The wedding of II L Hendrick of Scottsville and Miss Jocelyn Price of Somerset took place Saturday after noon at the brides home Price Hill Immediately after the ceremony tho bride and groom left for an extended trip thro Canada visiting Niagara Falls and other points of interest returning to Scottsville to be at home after Sept 1 Somerset Journal It will bo remembered that Miss Price gave the amusing show The Union Depot here MENEFEECARPENTERAt the hand some home of ExMayor John N Menefee at 2 oclock yesterday after noon his charming daughter Miss Mar tha Helen Menefee and Mr LeRoy E Carpenter of Jersey City N J were united in marriage Rev J Murray Taylor performed the ceremony Tho wedding was a very quiet but elegant affair only a limited number of close friends and relatives being present The bride wore a princess dress of em broidered batiste trimmed in real lace It was an exceedingly becoming gown and her natural beauty showed to its best advantage The now Mrs Car penter is one of Stanfords finest young women She is well educated and high ly accomplished and is much loved by a large circle of friends Mr Carpenter is a pleasing and polished gentle man and he has made an excellent im pression on our people Ho is assistant superintendent of the signal department of the Pennsylvania Railroad a most responsible and lucrative position There were no attendants The elegant home was tastily decorated with potted plants and daisies and the whole presented a most inspiring scene Refreshments prepared by Benedict of Louisville were served after which Mr and Mrs Carpenter drove to Dan vile to catch the 5 oclock train for the East Their bridal tour includes a stay at Atlantic City a visit to Niagara Falls and up tho St Lawrence River to tho Thousand Islands A large number of beautiful bridal presents were received attesting tho popularity of the contracting parties The INTERIOR JOURNAL joins the many friends of Mr and Mrs Carpenter in wishing them abundant joy and success on their jour ney through life After July 10th they will be at home to their friends at 10 Tonnele Ave Jersey City New Jersey Miss Mary McRoberts who is a most accomplished pianist played the wed ding march and did it splendidly POLITICAL Former Senator W H Jones has been appointed postmaster at Glasgow Ruby Laffoon of Hopkins county is spoken of for speaker of the next HouseTaft and Foraker are believed to have reached an agreement whereby the Senator will be reelected In turn for his efforts to line up the Ohio Negro vote for the Republican ticket Charles P Howes late clerk in the Auditors office under Judge Hager has announced his candidacy for Con gress in the Tenth district and his friends have hope he will land in great shapeProgressive Republicans gained con trol of the State Convention in Iowa and pledged support to the national Republican ticket and passed resolutions of respect on the death of Grover ClevelandWashington reports say that former Gov Douglass of Massachusetts will accept the nomination for Vice Presi dent He is considered one of the strongest men in the Democratic party in the East- Secretary Taft directed the postpone ment of tho meeting of the committee of the Republican National Committee to select a national chairman from July 1 to July 8 on account of the illness of Representative Sherman the vice pres idential nominee The Locke antibetting racing bill passed the Louisiana Senate and be comes a law within 30 days The sup porters of the measure say that tho law will practically abolish the race tracks that flourished around New Orleans for years In the last three presidentialelections the electoral and popular vote has been as follows In 189G the electoral vote was 271 to 17C for McKinley against Bryan and the popular vote was 7 105 729 to AM cvrr il 1900 Mci Inley against Bryan 1t was W2 to liib and t06l42514iwas Roosovalt against Parker it 336tti 140 and 7 to 6079041 I Here and There Acting Gov Cov pardoned 10 convicts from the Frankfort penitentiary Nine are crippled or blind Gov A E Willson was made a mas ter of arts by Harvard University In conferring the degree President Elliott gave n brief sketch of the governor and paid him many handsome cdmpli mentsW Y Bryan entertained at Lincoln Neb Mr and Mrs Norman Mack ot Buffalo N Y Mr Mack who Is a member of the committee on arrange ments to prepare for the Denver con vention stopped on his way West Mr Bryan mot his guests at the train and took them to Fairview Mrs Jane Wallace died at her homo in Madison county She was 96 years old and leaves three sons Wm Wal lace of Madison John Wallace of Lex ington and Salem Wallace of Louisville and two daughters Mrs James Francis of Paint Lick and MM Ann Robinson of Lancaster Her eldest son O T Wallace the wellknown temperance advocate died suddenly aI few weeks ago After considering tho request of on of the directors and a number of minor officials of tho American Tobacco Com pany made recently to again come before the board for a conference rela tive to tho purchasing of the crop the Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society at Winchester decided that all future efforts of the American Tobacco Company to pur chase the pooled tobacco crop from the Burley Tobacco Society would be fruitless unless President James B Duke appears before tho board person ally to consummate the deal with tho society whereby his company will take over the entire crop To p-arlit anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one ot 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 got Instant help 20 Tablets 23c Sold by Pennys Drug- Store R E NORTON Livery and Feed Stable Kingsville Ky Htable near Christian church IiP clad attention to traveling men Everything now and tlrstclas Small Farm For Sale Hltuated on Komerset pike four miles from Mtanford Cumulus ito notes Oood residence abundant outhouae In good repair for particulars call ut this olllce A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my farm of Itfl acres two tulle from Htanford on Uunvllie pike good brick residence two good bums two erlbsand other nccesutry bulldllllJlliw11 watered more than hull gnu nrl11l easy Will give possession In October If ldgheslbidder MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge NoOO F A A Mwlll meet Inflated communication on each Ont and third Monday nights of each month ut Marl oclock In their hall on Main street Htan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra Penny1VMT GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there 1 so little difference In the price of ready jaade suit and a suit made to your measure taken by no experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I Jen make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Overcoats Trolls irs and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none HC KUlLKY titcnfordi4 Adorinas Fox Is a handsome largo young Jersey Hull de scended from it lonu and unbroken luau of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey Kngland bulb America Mils sire Is one of the best ever Imported and hl dam le R show cow that has given nil beievesome Ancestor and have n strictly good cow you should wall yourself of his service He will be allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a tee of ileaoh Stake engagement before ncndlng cow to bo bred UEID A OTTKH Telephone Htanford Ky N JIWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices PAINPain In the head pain anywhere has Its cause rain II conllOltlon Is blood pressurenothing else usually At lean ao rsya Dr ShooD and to prove It he has created a little pink tablet That tablet called Dr Bhoops Iltadacbe Tablet blood from centers ltseffectUcharmlnspleaslnil7del8btfnlUently i ktlon pressureIIIf you are sleepless restless ntrvnu if blood coniwllon blood preuura That surely is a Shoopi Headache Tablets stop It In a0 minutes and the tablets simply dJatrlbl1t prewureIJrulM It ret red and swell pain you 01 course It does Its con ration blood Pressure Youll find itwbero pain laalways Commoit Sense at 25 cents end cheerfully recommend ShoopsJeadache TabletsPENNYS DRUG STORE Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kslollo 2il i Hired by byOoldlllMorgan all both sides making him an In tensely Inbred Morgan tnlllonllB l u dnrlOOy11I hands and neigh 12151pounds Ai u provtJlIlIlll1l1lIlrmhorses combining all tho qualities for liar flees anti saddle and In demand attop price 10 of his gut having sold for I10AV and a unit 4yenr oldoniyfarm broktlnmy own raising have suit In the past year for IIn fWSDortcy t will make the present Reason at my furm near HtanforU at JO to Insure a living colt Also n largo and tine young Jack n grand son of Tom Kruno anti Joe IIhickbuln at Is to Insure a living colt Mure kept at loc repOlIllbllllK UKI I1 Dnnvllle Ky POSTED trlctlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute violators to tho full extent of the law Alex Cooper Sirs Mary des Mrs Walter Warren lIra White TinrlcyMptonamoreP MKLawrence lleuben Curtis J Ilockor J SL rettus CbaiAmamltlUstyMrAdorMesfterCnUorOlIIltRckM ii Lytle Mrs Jas Italne CarpenterMrThompsonThoinniDavid llurton J IL Hunch M C Itlchiinlsoii Joseph Krnst IlroaFuelAlbert Vondruengan AT Traylor iimmerFredOwslpy Dunn Henry Hester NuunelleyWO IhujbmanJW Oliooo w II lllgm y 111 UnltrOQIHon lIlr Mar OtlhI1 JohnUansenlsebwnrhardier KlmoraMrDavid Stevens John Julor IUC Durham WO Ilout- ttotllbOllek Fred llnndorf JacobJJThompsunJ K Motor Mr unit Mrs Jas II Had A Kllxmv Mrs N J Morton Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO VaTnfhUrIrJlkenlOur proiertypoNo5ltoacreslutllesMouth of Crab Or twostoryhouseId about 100 acres of this land Is bottom land and produces flue crops A bargain at tlUt Hcasb balance In one and two years Noa119aoresonhock Creek near Way nesburg 4roorn house barn other out 11lJCONo 41J acres steer Level been Rock castle a new 2 tory framebousewouldcostto build now PCIU good burn crib do located near church and school This It a nice home and can be bought for per acre cash re mainder in li months No frlsi acres adjoining the store farm lOOnera In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good barn and other outbuildings nice or chard One of the beet springs In the coun ty lrlce pix half cash Uilamfe and I years e No 6l1li1 acres adjoining forms No and a IK acres cultivation tmlancv In tim her hood white oak hickory nod some line cedar Hot 1story lug hute and good otbnrd well watered Cads price Muii No7Wuaores near MnrvtsburK Ky IB acres In cultivation gad house barn and necessary outbuildings Hue wilier und school burch mat H U station 1rke piSnyteach balance lu ono and two year Nof21laerelinear Conway Ky nearly nil of this than Is bottom land fine for corn and mendow rr ood dwelling housenew born mid other buildings Oil county rondo mile from Ilerea College Cash price fl MNo acres on Drakes Creek 3 mill from Crab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike anil Is a port of thu lea Kvans farm This Is flue land and In good condition nil necessary buildings This is a bargain OO per acre Xo toT acres Deer Htanford Ky In nice shape with 111 necessary hUlhllllgeJc can be bought worth the money For full Particulars In regard to all tho above farms see or write L It Hughes or James I White Ianlord K- yTILE WARFIELD Trial 281 Trotting harkbred Htalllon Id hands foaled August lad at lIl1all Faun East Aurora N Y YlratdamNllujb- ty Cllrl hv Hex Amerlcus win 4yearold re ford I11H sire of lOiAmcricafHellea yrrecord2h2 nod 18 others In 2I8a lIt a son of Onward reo of onward Hllver 5tGis mind 1Tootheraiiitin 250111 Onward wits sired h Wilkes Sill DuurnisslredbyMnmbrlnothinglr5siroof75ircludlmmg OlWLortl Derby 20 Yt Heir al Law 20 1 otlilrslll 210 ant damn Dotlethy Nutwood tUJ tho sire of 111n the list- 4thdamTopnz hyHtruthmore sire W lu the list Sth dum Mlllard by Albion Ath dam Ned by Kdwln Forest dam Lady Turner by Mmobrlno Thief The Varlleld was bred to only 15 man He has foals nil upheaded plenty of lu size and substance end plenty of peed time Warllleld Uii representative xtulllou In nil the term Implies say he hits size ulntance and speed only Jn part emphasUi the iiualltles combined In this son of flare Devil helms them and they mire of such symmetrical character as to make him it among niiiny Jill head and neck baby are perfect mind when l11 luconnectlon with hfnultlessgnlt mind great beauty lire esPeclnllyimiipros ve You should see lidIiorsebefore breeding You will say you never looked at a latter one The Wurflold tho only utalllon that lima duns In the great brood mure list Ho limit two Mnmbrlno King erosiuM two Mambrlno Iutrhen two Mambrlno Chief one Chimes one Onward licorice Wllkea Klootlonper I Nutwood Htrathmoro more trotting croeses than nn stallion alive The Warlleld Is by hare Hevll2WWreeord 2151 He by Mambrlnn King he by Mambrlno Patrhen M he by Mambrliui Chlefll Dam Mircides by Chimes by Electioneer 12- 5flnrulevlileagreat winner Ho won the championship tilt National Horse Hliow In class lint National HoraeHuow In championship National Horse Hliow iwvclass 2 first National HorseHliow Mho isW tlnlIO1 chmimpdonstdpNntloaal Homo 110 iliis Ullrct Niitloniil Horse Hliow class llrdt lUiston horse Hliow a ri serve Jloaton Ilene Mhnw Itstf climes second lloston Horso Hhow outset sue and lloiioii llorxo Hliow 1KB tbspostmen llorstr Hhow iltB oloss l title ilog ton Home Hliow nut clnimT it sired The lean Ideal SIIi meir of PrlnceM Helen 11511IIn1 nails from MuKlnney Ky At to Insurll a Living Colt the good ULArlC JACK fONgtJi4ROtt ot 10 Insure a Llvlng volt- lleleii Individual li1 hood high wddteloln15 qod 1IIth bone neti tel HM4 WKNHHoNMcKlnn yKy wMariiiY drMrMrN r IirrJ SUMMER WEB J Why be uncomfortable in those heavy clothes ofDyours Why not dress for com fort when it costs no more Those very light twopiece suits in GREY TAN AND BLUEf are the very thing for comfort and very styl ish A softe j r 1 Fountain Shirt in white neat black and white figures and the new Tans a light weight fancy end 4inJhand Tie or a fancy end club tie are 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 r HeJ McROBBRTS 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 taeglbab PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky 1 Claims Notes And Accounts 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 RealjEstate of all kinds sold and exchangf ed Correspondence solicited i 1NtYSti Somerset Real Estate Agency tSomclSC Ky 4jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj The Interior Journal i s BTAHFOKD KY JUNE 20 1008 TREKS In no hotter way to cool olr these hot days than at Pennys Soda I Fountain Ico Water I Is delicious nnd refreshing I PERSONALS I Mil W W HAYS has been quite sick I Mn W I HunniN remains critically ill MR W L BvnEE of Somerset was hero this week Mn W 0 SCOTT was over trot Paris this week Miss CYNTIIIA BECK is with Crab Orchard friends DR EDWARD ALCORN was down fro t Hustonvillo Tuesday MR MARK HARDIN is out after an illness of a few days 14llss SALLIE UAGHY of Covington is with Mrs S G Mocker MR TIIOUAS IHELP8r of Madison Is with relatives In this county Miss lou HOCKER of Huotonvlllc visited relatives hero Tuesday MR SAM C HARDIN and son Robert of London wero hero Tuesday Miss MILDRED COSDY of Danville was tho guest of Miss Bessie Hill Muss S M SAUFLEY and son or Frankfort are with relatives here r MR AND MRS B C HANSOM of I Nashville are with tho Misses Bock MRS NANNIB HARIKR of Junction I City was tho guest of Mrs S J Boll J Miss ELIZABETH WILLIAMS of Lon don is tho guest of Mrs John II Jack Ion t liON W W STEIIIBNSON of liar rodsburg was hero on business yester t dayMRS HODMAN KEIINON of Harrods burg is with her mother and sister here MR GEOIICB HOLTZCLAW and tarn ily left Wednesday for Decatur III to i reside 1 MR B W LEIGH and little son Ray 1 mond of Kidds Store wero callers yes 1 terday DR AND MRS J M OWENS of Som i erset were guests of Dr and Mrs L B Cook f MI3BB8 GOLDIB AND DAISY IURDOU of Bradfordavllle are guests of Mrs J I L Jarvis Miss TIIEO Rican of Cynthlana witnessed the McnefecCarpcnter marriage yesterday MR II H SINGLETON of Waynes burg was hero Wednesday and paid this office a call MR AND MRS L C KELLY of Louisville aro guests of Mr T D Nowland and family Miss MALT n McBnB has returned from n delightful visit to heraunt Mrs Tilford Messor noar Hustonvllle MRS ALLEN TRAYLOU and Miss An nio Ashlock aro visiting their brother Mr G T Ashlock at McKinney Miss MARY MOIUKY and brother Master William Mobley spent several days with Garrard county relatives MESSRS W L MCCARTY and W S Denham havo returned from Grove S D where they spent several weeks I Miss JOSEPHINE KELLER tho hand f some daughter of Mr George C Keller of Danville is with Mrs Mark Hardin Miss VERNA CARIENTBR of Plain field N J sister of thu groom attended tho McnefceCnrpcnter mart I riago REV BENJAMIN HELM will return from New York today and will preach i at Mllledgevillo Sunday at 11 A M and at 745 r I Miss LUCY LEE WALTON returned yesterday from an enjoyable visit to her cousin Miss Mary Miller Walton in Lexington Miss GRACE OTTER has as her guests the following young ladies from Dan yule Nello Steel Josephine Bell and Jano Letcher MASTER JAMES MCELWAIN OWSLBY who has typhoid fever in Atlanta where ho is visiting was doing nicely Qt last accounts MRS KATE MILLER has returned from Pittsburg Pa where she held n responsible position with tho State School for tho Blind y MRS GEORGE P MAURY of Joplin Mo camo to attend tho marriage of her sister Miss Martha Mcnofee to Mr L E Carpenter Miss CLARA COOPER who taught the past year at Cedar Springs S C ar rived yesterday afternoon to spend the vacation with her parents MRS E T CARTER and little son Earl of Evansville Ind will arrive Saturday to spend tho Summer with her mother Mrs Julia Hughes MR ALFRED PENCE went to Louis i villa Wednesday to meet his slater Mrs W J Dozier who is returning from l tho South threatened with fever Miss Annie MCCLARY who taught the post year at Omaha Neb will ar rive hero tomorrow to spend tho Summer with her sisters Misses Stella and r Mattio McClary i MISSES MARY AND GERTRUDE NOEL of Danvillo passed through yesterday- to visit their sister Mrs J Woods in Garrard They were joined at this place by their father Rev It Noel MRS J ROY B ROSK and little son of Etowah Tenn were hero yesterday to ace her sister Mrs J H of Hustonvillo who Is being carod for at Mrs Browns Retrat for the Sick and- S who is doing nicely LOCALS ALL calicoes are a nicklo at Sever nncos BINDER Twine and Harvester oil a W IL Higgins SEE the D E Lawn Mower bcfor you buy George H Farris NEW Druggets Hugs Linoleums ond 011 Cloths at Tribble Pences r TRY our Vulcanite asphalt and rut ber roofing that has a guarantee with It W II Hlggins FOUNOA pair of steel rimmed spec tscles on Crab Orchard pike near Mrs W A Halls This office Two hones belonging to James It Bcazlcy were killed by a train tho other night They wero valued at 75 each TUB fearful news comes from Chat tanooga that Mrs Willicm Bonney wa burned to death in a firo caused by a gasoline stove exploding SEALED bids for tho surplus buttermilk of tho Stanford Creamery will bo received by tho secretary H J Mc Roberts until noon Juno 30th ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper DR W N CRAIG will bo in his ofllc over McRoberts drug store for a fei days prepared to test your oyes and supply you with tho glasses you need TUB premium list of tho great Crab Orchard Fair July 1G 1C and 17 is out and it is a hummer Those who have not reclcved one write to tho secretary for one TUB time for working the county roads has been extended from July 1 to July 25 The court to allow claims for same will convene Aug C George B Cooper county clerk YOUR account the Stanford Drug Co has not yet been paid and n settlement Is desired and must be had This means you if you owe tho firm which is now out of business and mutt settle up its affairs AUCTION In order to settle up tho firms business wo will sell at public auction on Juy 13 County Court day all our ocetrants same will be sold sop erately and as n whole Terms cash Cummins Si McClary GREEN HANSFOUD colored was fined- S5 and given 15 days in jail for selling hltky In Macksvlllc Let the goodI work continue Bob Stewart another Negro was fined 80 and given 20 days at hard labor for running a blind tiger Uully Two buys charged with breaking into II J McRobcrts store and stealing a lot of goods wore arrested One gave rand in 60 but the other languishes in jail In order to give tho little fellows benefit of nil tho doubt we will not mention their names until they are convicted a JUST now this office is knee deep in catalogue work The Stanford and Crab Orchard fair catalogues are both being gotten out and between them over 1000 pounds of paper will bo used Tho former will be a booklet of some 76 pages while tho latter will contain pagesITim Stanford Creamery rccievcddur ling tho month of May 105333 pounds o r milk making 5539 pounds of butter and payed to Its patrons 100330 very nice monthly Income and a great saving of labor and worry to the women Send your milk to tho creamery they can got more out of it than you and also save the women a vast amount of work ATTENTION It is with pleasure that wo recommend tho Homo insurance Co of New York to my neighbors and friends Wo lost our dwelling and contents by fire holding a policy or 2500 In tho Homo Insurance Co our loss was adjusted liberally and prompt ly So wo recommend tho Homo Insurance Co of Now York nnd Jesse- D Weuren tho insurance man Stan ford Ky forliberal and prompt set Clement of losses Very truly Tavia Carter Wm Carter Parksville KyI Juno 22 190- 8IJEAZLEYMica Mary V Beazley died of flux at her homo on West Main ThursIdayW W Hays and remarked while there that she was not feeling well On reaching homo she took her bed and never left it Deceased was a splendid Christian lady and had for many years been a consistent member of the Christian church Sho was a kind gentle woman and was greatly beloved by all who knew her Miss Bcazloy made her homo with her sister Miss LIccIo Benz loy Sho is survived by another sister Mrs P C Sandidgc and for them unbounded sympathy is felt May J Who doeth all things well comfort and itregthen them in their dark hour trouble Tho funeral was preached at the late homo by Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster at 430 yesterday afternoon iftcr which all that was or the ood woman and devoted sister was laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery 4 ATTEND Dr W M Doores sale at Crab Orchard tomorrow Saturday CARLOAD of nice Portland cemen just received J M Phillips Stanford shammyISeverances Tic new Perfection Wick Dlqo Flame oil cook stoves at Hoppers Get his prices TUB books been made out and your taxes are due Como In and settle T J Hill sheriff TUB Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Associations premium list appears In this issue Read it and you will be sun to go ENTRIES to the 200 saddle stake at Crab Orchard Fair close July 11 Th 150 roadster stake will close July 15 ot 9 A TilE largo barn of lion F P Com best of Casey county was destroyed by fire The contents were also de stroyed GREAT moneysaving prices on sum mer goods such as lawn mowers hose screening goods poultry fence etc Goo D Hopper CARL CARTERS base ballteam will play n Danville nino on the Graded School grounds at 330 Saturday afternoon Admission lOc IIT rained Wednesday afternoon but cnhugh fell to help vegetation ma terially The atmosphere was cooled sit considerably for which all are thank fut JOHN McDANiEL once a prominent merchant of Yosemite died at Burn tide and was buried at McKinney yes terday He was a good business man and clever citizen A QUORUM of the town council not being present tho bids for concrete pavements to be built were not acted upon Monday but will be attended to at 2 oclock this afternoon FOR SALCMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvillo pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono me A J Rice Stanford Ky IN tho last issue of the INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 announced that my keg II cense expired on tho 13th of June I was mistaken It docs not expire un til midnight June 30 W H Traylor distiller WE can send you tho CourierJournal or Louisville Times from now until Doe for 135 This ofTer is good on ly for INTBRIOR JOURNAL subscribers and money must always be accompan led the order IALL persons indebted to the estate of A M Pence deceased will settle with mo at once also those having claims against his estate will present them to me properly proven for payment W 0 Walker admr HEED JohnReed aged 76 died at her home near Highland a few days ago and was buried at Mt Mo rlah church after services by Rev J M Cook She is survived by her husband and several children Tim L N R R will sell tickets to Crab Orchard July W1617 on account of tho Fair from Louisville Middles boro Saxton Winchester and all intermediate points at one fare plus 25c round trip good returning the 18th Stock shipped to Crab Orchard Fair over this road will bo returned free AT tho Kentucky Educational Associ ations meeting at Frankfort Prof J W Ireland of this place was made president of the Musical department In speaking of tho professor the Frankfort Journal says Ho possesses one of the finest bass voices ever heard here and is one of tho most active of the younger educators in the State taking a prominent part in the association work WRtGHTMrs Ellis Wright died at her homo in the West End and was bur led in tho Danvillo cemetery Monday She was originally from Wayne county but had lived in Lincoln for many years Mrs Wright was a splendid member of the Christian church and was a most exemplary woman every way Besides the husband eeveralchildrcn all grown aro left to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and Godly mother THE Kentucky Evening Gazette of Lexington is giving a personally con ducted outing of eight days at Algonac Russells Island Mich The sale of tickets closes onJuly 4 and reserva Non may be made for 2 If for any reason a person cannot go and notifies The Gazette on or bcforo July 4 the 2 will be returned The entire cost of the trip will be 1690 for adults and 945 for children between five and 12 11yenrs This includes railroad fare both ways bout fare nnd meals and lodging on tho island in fact everything Thor special leaves Lexington July 13 Drop a pofltul to The Gazette Excursion De partment and a folder telling all about the trip be sent you Tho Crittsnden c grand returned 81 Indietmonts for night riding The Government will bo asked to es tnblish a remount station for the breed- Ing of cavalry horses near Lexington Nine prisoners were sentenced to tho penitentiary in tho Hardin Circuit Court within an hour upon their own confer alone They got one and two year eachThe political conference to be held at Sagamore Hill President Roosevelt summer home will take placo Saturday The name of tho man who is to be made chairman of the Republics National Committee will then be mad known FOR SALE I Hhode Island ned Pullets and Oockereli from selected pens II per Wile Mallard Duck Kggs or young Ducks Onl JIhoneL N TIME TABLE No lHoutnllJl PM No a HOUth 1130 P No si North OTA x No a North JilH r u JOS S RICE Agent PUBLIC SALE I I will Mll nt public auction at my home III Oral Orchard nt i on HATUUUAY JUNE flthe followingdescrltwdpropertyOnohnnd tome llnyiies Jlros1 Plano Mtelnwny workgood n now and tweet of tone HoiisehoU nnd kitchen furniture lots of bed and bed dine Quu and Tableware centn tables carped wardrobe pnrlor chain lounges 7 or 8 rocking chairs and man other thing too tedious to mention Aliurden utenills Term made known DOolCONCRETING We nr In posltlontodnnllklndn of ron crating no hock YOrk Pavement and In feel we eau make any thing from II home down to a fence last We can eno you promptly end guarantee llritclui prlCt1Jhttore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yoopeiPeooiogfioo Fire and Life Insurance tcpnuGiiting old and established Com mutes Odd Follows Building Stanford Ky PRESTON 922 Vol II t Prvtton U out of the miteot live gntted how horstbat Kentucky bus ever pro ued winning nt nil the Kentucky lairs ROO KIlO at the hone bow nt Ixiuuvlllo Loup unit KOIIIU City qe II n brown bone with Mack point hands high vllh line It le and wry high action Hired by Wiiihlnfton Pint dam hell by Ilhoderlek JOI Heond darn by Denmark HI usoless to commend htm ni the peo- Ille of this nnd adjoining oountlei know hll- rtMuni is n how purse und also for breeding purpoIIIltwllltuakethfllMfoOnoflll ot stn- ilelnrabgrohnrdutitStoInsurea living jolt Will keep mare on grass ut U per mmth but not responsible for accident or Sent of stock Hiiuoii due It mare In trade ttI or parted with JV HAILKY rub Orchanl- tKyCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court U U HucheMidn PUT VI Itobtirt Ken icltit Hi IMU Notice of Male Punuaut to n judgment of the Ilncolr Circuit Court rendered In the above styled Radon nt tho May term lie undersigned Uomr will on- HATUHUAY JULY 11th between and i v x In front of the court bouie door In Htnnlord Ky cell nt public outcry to the highest and bed bidder the following real lllIte which lu tile town of Htanford Lincoln County Ky Hald real estate consists of R house and lot on Lancaster street bounded on tho North by Portmnn Ave on the East by Uuicnite street on the Mouth by the lot sold by M K Klkln to AT Nunnalley and on tilt West lot of It AIdrldge formerly Milburn Tnl lot was conveyed to the mother of defendimti namely llhodu Kvnzel by deed dated Novemlwr 7tu whlrh Is recorder In the olllre of the clerk of the Lincoln County Court In deed book No Si pogo lie the teens of tliedeed Ithodn Fenzel tool n life estate with remainder to her children Hhodn Kenieldlod on the a tli of Juno The solo will he made on n credit uteta months and for the purchase price tin purchaser will be r iiilred to til vo bond will ulpru security payable to the Commit loner bearing interest at the rate of six pin rent per annum from unto of halo until meld and having the force and effect of a Judg went The bond Is to be further secured bl n lien on thu Innd sold OED IJ SAUFLEY IL C C ALMQNT DAR- Ertered In A H U U Hired by IMgnlty Dare Itett A H1I HI 110 by Cheater DIIr h by mark squirrel j lie by JtlnciCEnjt1e1 tie by XIIIS WII Ham 1st dam ioxnwnj Ito ul Ih bY AlxlKllah Mumbrlno h- eytinontaIt2ntidunh Lady Davla by tint Davis by Bourbon Chief 3rd dam Mattle by Foreign Light b3 Foreigner by Import d Ulttncu uhdam liettle c by Cunning hams Copper liottom h dam by Imjiorted lliizxard NOTB Almont IJRrh to fur ns wo are able 0dlscocerIslie or e otrecant hay IlIg to his credit the honor of defeating with hl8 own progeny those of hits great sire Dlg Dun so lust year every time oudnglncontnhtwtththeln As nn null Idual this U n very attractive horse land hands with style A beautiful my with manners ui taralrlleel even by a Illy A remarkable show homo In hornsIIml under saddle Shows distinct saddle nit nil very lust and pleasant with speed Iis3ndnutecllp In harness One cannot ioncelvoof liner bred horse tracing tlns to Imported bore on his dnausble tone traces to Imported ilxstuiiKer hues mp UlomiKlo times to Imp lltuzard a InieHj Imp 41enco times Plansor liutlnorn KlorUul Matphon Kllnimp llnukfust Traveler This U II are opH tunlty to breed tooue of Anwrlrns bttt lit ilL Will also lid two good mule Jacks nt sell Will Rinks thus season tlf at my t mil s from Iliittouvllleonlluston tturlltll1tdInllhunIMo lor aeeideatyE 8 POWKLL 80X If iMtonvie Ky rbe 3 BurningQuestionWe you c But the question that immediately concerns your pockethook is Did you get your share of bargains j at our Great Opportunity Sale Hundreds have helped themselves to these exceptional offerings why not your For those who have not had an opportunity to come we have extended the time to Tuesday June 30th two more days Did you get any of those Sattcen finish Calicos at 5c IDid you get any of those 10yard lengths of cotton at and 89c Did you get any of those wash goods at 4 9 10 13 19c Didyou get any of that wide black silk at 79c worth 110This takes the place of the SI silk at G9c Did you get any of those vests at 5e Hose 1 pair for 25c Socks 4 pair for 25c Childrens Hose at 7c and 13c Did you get any of those shirt waists at 2989c and X119 Dill you get a Suit at off the price a Skirt t off the price V New lot fine Voiles in this lot Did you get any of those Fancy Silks at 48 and 09 Did you save 10 per cent on the purchase of any other article in our large and variedstock If not dont forget we extend you another invitation and extend the time to June 30th inclusive so you may ake advantage of these offerings SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD I KY Cheap Sale H throughout the month of June These offers will save you money All calicoes at 5c per yard Tic lawns at 5c per yard lOc lawns at 8c per yard 15o lawns at12cper yard 26o lawns at lOc per yard All Dress Ginghams atilOcper yard Shoes Dress Goods and Table Linens atl0 per ceijt discount Do not let this chance pass you but come early and get your choice These prices are strictly CASH TRIBBLE HUGHES Opera 1STANFORD RefrigeratorsIce andIIce Cream Freezers 1 =cAt = Wa H HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI It si JourttllITimHiii PB uffiHI At fnJdrds m Ellm ffiflJf p c iiJIDihUiHi IftJEHHAIH AHU HtltUlt t aadss r IMlOO f1fiR 1 ntn CASII I W13II 8Nt IH tiiirf ft nit tlhl 66 6tili iE- dMttw s 11OAltrlffLlvFI Dpot tr et- l t ltoile6t iTAN UHDi KBNTUCHY d l old REWARD i t ttilliU It HiI tlilllJ kit prlMlllehl ti1 If3Wltefl- 4 M tUNNiy MIIN86 QIHIT WORK Jeet311g tt HanhlrfOrn t r MWiA5s PRICEt 8Urg1tH 1 ntstl- et aRDtNfUt RY OSa w MrtWam BWJ Btora ta =lliflrc l lluMh =uwe Nilt tslrltULr 1i t t DA1 ntr R i UUW8 t MM r dt1 l lrY cL1SURA11CE MQ tt wt V aWtGkT YltRi 1iIl li T U- aii3t Fhkt t 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