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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ci THE INTERIOR JOURNALw VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 30 1908 NO 34 The Murder of Goebel ItGov Willson of Kentucky has par Caleb Powers and James How ard who had been convicted of the as l sassinatlon of Wilt am Goebel Ho de tclams that ho believes them Innocent grants a pardon to Powers upon tho indictment pending against him in the Franklin circuit court charging sub u t ornation of perjury Tholcllllng of Goebel was n political t murder Tho pardon of two of his al leged murderers Is also political Iow ers and Howard aro republicans Will l lion alto is a republican Ho shows hla t political animus even in issuing his part don Ho speaks of tho victim of the homicide as Senator Goobel thus do nying to the dead man the title of gov error to which the supremo court of tho State declared ho was duly entitled Gov Willson may state that ho to convinced that Powers is innocent but the pardon that Powers hud obtained from Gov Taylor before ho was oven accused of the murder will convince gulltvI Goebel was murdered and his murderers are f not paying tho penalty of their heinous and dastardly crime Tho Catholic Co Inmblnn Columbus 0 I ExSenator William Lindsay pays tho late Grover Cleveland this high tribute Mr Cleveland was in my estimation the ablest man who has occupied tho acquaintIdemocratic in his Instincts as well as by f conviction Ho was tho friend and sup porter of the rights of person and of property Ho never sacrificed principle to expediency and when ho failed as a political leader It was because ho es teemed the good of tho country more than ho prized party success or partisan advantage I found him to be amiable and tender as well as courageous Ho was a good and faithful friend but no friendship would Induce him to reward his friend at the expense of tho public good Ho will go down In history as one of our greatest presidents Thinks ItvdHis Life IxwUr M Nelson of Naples Maine says iu a recent letter I have used Dr Kttigr Now Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved iny life I 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 nearly 40 years New Discovery has stool at tho head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equal Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store fOe and 81 Trial bottlo free Tho Louisiana law forbidding race track gambling closes another field of enterprise to tho bookies and their patrons They havo been banished from Chicago by tho combined efforts of tho Federal and lllinoU State gov ernments Gov Folk drove them out of St Louis Hot Springs Ark knows them no longer Saratoga and Coney Island aro closed to them by the legis lation procured by Gov Hughesand now New Orleans is to withdraw its hospitality and winter races will havo to be run If at all without a gambling t side issue Health ColToe is really tho clos est Codec Imitation ever yet produced This olevor ColTco Substitute war re 1county produced by Dr Shoon Racine Wis Not a grain of real Cofljxj In it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee Is made from puro toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert who might drink it for CoIIco No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Mado in a minute says tho doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store Tim Atlantic battleship fleet will re assemble In San Francisco harbor this week preparatory to Its departure on July 7 for Honolulu tho next stop in its worldround cruise The battleship Now Hampshire Is sceduled to leave New York this week for Quebec whore it will be present during tho tercenten nary celebration of the founding of that city in July Dr Enulus Champion was sentenced to one year In tho penitentiary on an indictment charging him with participating in the night rider raid on Birm ingham in this State Ten of tho jury IIwere for 10 years in tho penitentiary and two were for acquittal After an if allnlgnt session an agreement on a one j years sentence was reached i A special from Somerset says Cook Marcum aged 25 was found dying with a bullet holo in his head under a peach tree in his he had been I guarding Indications point to murder though some believe he committed suicide 0 Mrs Mike Brown aged 65 one of tho beat known women of Shelbyville died suddenly of heart LI HUSTONVILLE Miss Emma Orched is with her sister Mrs J J Allen James Yowcll sold to Louisville par ties 651300 pound cattle at 6Jc for July deliveryTho harvest is over and an average crop of good quality is Belling at Sue delivered hero It is expected that Rev Willis the new pastor of the Christian church will preach his first sermon hero Sunday nextAllen Swope shipped a car of hogs they bought at Gc and a car of lambs bought at Sic Rifle f Tucker shipped a car of cattle and hogs bought at 4 J to lie C R McCormack shipped acar ol lambs bought at 4 to 4c T L Carpenter sold a splendid thor oughbred yearling to J E Madden for 21100 Ho is by Ogden and out of Lucy Lee with a strain running back on both sides net excelled on tho American turf Mr Carpenter has several other very fine yearlings Tho protracted drouth has cast a gloom over this vicinity Gardens are wilted corn twitted pastures parched and all growing crops arc threatened with destruction Grass along railroads Is burning in many places together with fencing Timothy meadows arc below average Mias Emma Routen of Wnynesburg is visiting James Routen and family Mrs John J Newell has returned from a delightful visit to Mrs Lillie Rut at Frankfort ProC Elmer Hohon of Tonkawa Okla and sister Miss Mer tie of Ewing Mo are visiting their their cousin Dr J T Bohon and cam ilyConsidering that fully 20 hours after the burning of George Durrets barn at Cnmpbcllsvlllc last week and during the very dry weather Lairs blood hounds took tho trail readily following it several miles to a Negro cabin where tho dogs tried to got In Tho sheriff arrested the party and additional evidence sufficient to convict him has beensecured Ho will remain in jail until circuit court This was tho third large barn burned in that neighborhood lately and it Is believed by all that tho guilty party has been caught MATRIMONIAL At Madison Ind James Huwo and Miss Lucy Jones each 15 were united in marriageA dispatch says C B Marcum of Stanford Ky and Miss Anna Holladay of Sunbright Tenn were married in tills city this morning It was a runaway match- A pretty romance that had its Inception in Sue Bennett Memorial School at London was revealed by tho marriage of Edward H Lyle of London and Miss Mary F Lynch of Stack bridge Mass Threo years ago while Lylo was engrossed in his pcdlgoglcal work Miss Lynch was also engaged to teach in the school Their acquaintance ripened into love which culminated In their marriage at Covington- A Springfield special says Witnessed by children and grandchildren who were unthought of when tho couple first began courting John W Pope and Mrs Sarah Ann Elliott were married at the homo of the bride Ho is 78 and sho is 77 years of ago Years ago John Pope courted pretty Ann Campbell but a lovers quarrel ended negotiations She married Sak Burns then Richard Elli ott Pope married another girl Af ter raising up largo families they dodd ed both partners being dead to try again It took The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 16 years for chron ic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider thorn tho best pills over sold writes B F Ays cue of Inglostdo N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Storo 25c Hundreds visited tho grave of Gro ver Cleveland in Princeton cemetery Saturday Mrs Cleveland went to the cemetery before 7 oclock whero she stood for some time beside tho flower strewn graves of her husband and her daughter Ruth A member of tho local militia stood guard at the grave throughout the night and was relieved by another guardsman If you will make Inquiry it will bo a revelation to you how many succumb- to kidney or bladder troubles in one form or another If tho patient lsnot beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Cure will cure It never disappoints Pennys Drug Store The consolidation of the law schools Transylvania University and State University of Lexington is practically assured A German professor claims to have discovered that German will be the language in heaven NEWS NOTES John Betts aged 17 was killed by a Q C train near Ellhu Pulaski coun tv The explosion of a chemical plant In Chicago caused the death of five wo menBusiness was snspended for two hours at Owensboro as a tribute of respect to Grover Cleveland- J F Dorsey was killed at Owens boro by a bullet from a revolver which fell from a trunk tray At WaycrosB Go Walter Wilkins and Albert Baker Negroes were lynch ed for outraging a 14yearold girl The Danville Covington and Law renceburg companies of tho Second Regiment will be mustered out having failed on inspection During an electrical storm Elijah Pierce of Knox county was rendered unconscious and a mule he was driving was instantly killed by a bolt of light ning Pierce had token refuge under a treeIn tho prosenco of a large crowd Os car Hammarstcin of New York laid tho cornortsonc of tho Philadelphia Opera House which he is constructing in that city Tho Interstate Commerce Commis sion issued an order declaring unlaw ful the Kanawha Despatch joint east bound freight tariff issued June and effective July 1 W II Bingham former president of tho Binghamton Bank of Binghamton Tenn which recently suspenpcd has been Indicted on four charges an outcome of tho failure of tho bank Judge Rogers at Columbus lO is sued a temporary order restraining State Insurance Commissioner Lemert from revoking the license of the Lincoln National Insurance Co of Fort Wayne Ind One man was killed and eight or ten passengers were injured at Lofty Pa by tho wrecking of a Pennsylvania passenger train which is believed to deliberately havo been derailed by the spiking of the tracks In the nightrider case of Dr E Champion at Benton tho physician teSt tified he was in attendance on a sick child at tho time of the Birmingham raid Eight witnesses corroborated Dr Champions statement Tho Southern railway announces that tho salaries of the office men which were cut 10 per cent some time ago will bo restored to the old figures There is to be no reduction in the wages of other employes of tho road The Texas Companys 37000 barrel tank at Nederland Station Texas was struck by lightning A special train carried men from Port Arthur and help was dispatched from Fort Neeches and Garrison to assist In saving other tanksOne woman was killed and eight so riously Injured as the result of a coach toppling over coming down hill during an outing given to tho Federation of Womens Clubs now In session at Boston Tho Kentucky delegation escaped unhurtGeorgo Frazier convicted of the murder of Spicer Hamilton was given 21 years in the penitentiary by tho Lee circuit court Several times during the trial tho prisoner attempted suicide and asked to be given a life sentence rather than be tried Not only will anteIndependence day noises in Louisville be guarded against by tho police authorities but various kinds of hideous sounds will bo prevent ed by tho police in plain clothes Tor pedoes on street car tracks are espec ially tabooed Officials of tho Illinois Central rail road announce that beginning July 1 the shops of the system at Burnside III Waterloo la Memphis Tenn Water Valley and Vicksbnrg Miss will be restored to full time The new order means that 6000 extra men will be put to work next month Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing heal tug antiseptic suppositories go direct to tho seat of these weaknesses My Book No 4 For WOmon contains many valuable hints to women and it Is free Ask Dr tihoop Racine Wis to mall It Ask tho Doctor in strictest confidence any question you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure Is sold by Pennys Drug Store Gov Willson was mado an A M by Harvard and State University had already made him an LL D So when writing to the Governor hereafter please address him as follows His Excellency Hon Augustus E Willson LL D and A M with abbreviations- to be continued Frankfort Journal I Cures Gapes Instantly BARDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 One drop of R 41144 dropped down tho bill of a gaping chicken kilts tho worms and relieves the chicken in stantly When fed In feed or water It is the best preventive I have ever seen Will Coomes n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho residence in Jessamine county of John Veatch burned Saturday Mrs E W Barnett a sister of the late Judge James Garnett of Adair Is dead at Columbia Edward Minor and Miss Ada Coakley both of Louisville were severely injur ed in an automobile accident near Frankfort Minor formerly lived in the Rubble section of this county Mrs Rice Bcngo died at tho home of her daughter at Bryantsville suddenly while she and the other members of the family were seated at tho breakfast table Her death was supposed to be duo to heart disease The following is sent from Lexington Henry Miller aged 101 years grew tired of life at Harrodsburg in Mercer county and committed suicide by take ing Paris green Ha was one of the oldest men in Kentucky- Dr J E Caldwell of Perryvillo has bought of At J Farris a tract of land lying immediately west of tho Danville Ice Factory and fronting on tho Perry Villo pike for 16000 The place is known as the Faulconer home A rather remarkable incident happened at R S VanArsdalls feed mill Tuesday when four men present took a notion to weigh Mr VanArsdall stepped on the platform and tipped the beam at 142 pounds and each of his two employees Eugene Terhune and Thos Atkeson and Eugene Wills a custom er in turn stepped on the scales and weighed in the same notch 142 pounds Harrodaburg Herald Probably tho biggest mortgage ever filed in the 11th district was placed on record in the clerks office at Barbour vllle when the Cumberland Company executed a mortgage of 3000000 to tho Standard Trust Company of New York It is understood that 1000000 will bo used in taking up old bonds while 2000000 will be used in finishing the Cumberland railroad increas ing tho equipment and extending branchesOn 29th day of April 1893 J J Bullock and his two sons W C and R H Bullock cut on the back of a tor toise the name of W C Bullock and that date and turned it loose They thought no more about it until the 10th day ofJune 1908 more than 15 years from that time R II Bullock found tho same tortoise no more than 200 yards from where it was left The name and date on back was perfectly plalnMt Vernon Signal 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 YorkII Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and weak kidneys It cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive func tions purify the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store fi0c- Holding a fivemonthsold baby in her arms Nancy Merrill handsome young woman was arraigned before County Judge Taulbec of Brcathitt charged with killing Mary Terry The defend ant testified that she killed tho Terry woman her defense being the unwrit ten law Tho testimony was sensation al Sho was held for murder but ow ing to the difficulty of caring for her baby she was granted bail in 5000 A man who is In perfect health so- ho can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which he should bo thankful Mr L C Rod gore of Branchton Pa writes that he was not only unable to work but he couldnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made a new man of him He says Success to Foleys Kidney Cure Pennys Drug Store Ma why dont you keep out of tho parlor Things are running smoothly nowYou aint engaged yet daughter and your ma knows from experience that a man who finds things running too smoothly Is to get bored and quit Kansas City Journal W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This is to certify 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 offer my cojwclen lous reference Pennys Drug Store Will Cure Consumption- A A Herren Finch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that it has cured consumption Inthe first stages You never heard of any one using Foleys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store Cool Comfortable Summer ClothesII itI R1Tro1 It D r3 Como and see our line of Summer Clothes and be convinced of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Pirst CalonCirl 2rnk iStanforct Jty Organ fxeit SS2 Capital SIocAy S5OOOO 3urtlut and 7WvaW Profits S9 000 Jfas paid in Dividends since Organization S2f 500 a Snvito 9cw jfccounis on Our JJfariis OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORSj F Reid J H Baughraai MID Elmore J M Pettus S H Baughman J F Cummine S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate 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 E M WOMACK C P A 4th and Main Sts Louisville Ky The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook Stoves Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices NOTICE GHICKENGRAISERS 41 144 Curd Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Limberneck Price 50 cents No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Guaranteed by George L Penny Pharmacist STANFORD KENTUCKY nARDb OWN KY May 4 1908 One drop of 41144 dropped down the billof a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves thochicken instantly When in feed or water it is tho best preventative I have ever known WILL GOODIES THE SAFEST AND CUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TI LOCAL MANGIER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONECOMPANY INCONFO- NATDi I The Interior Journal L e WALTON J W FOLEY It n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tbeaeUon of the democratic party WL MCARTY Ii cnndldnto for Sheriff of Lincoln roun ty subject to the action ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a condldato for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democrat party JOHN SAM OWSLEYJ Ti o cnndldnto for the nomlnntli IIfor judge- of the LlnrolifCounty Court subject to action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Is a candidate for In the Btnn lord district subject to the democratic prl msry of June e JOHN J MOSER Is a CAndidate for Jailer of Democraticsubject to the action of the party F M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for Jailer of Democraticsubject to the action of the I D C ALLEN It a candidate for Atsetsor of Lincoln coun DemocraticiDINK FARMER It a candidate for the Democratic nomlna tlon for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county MethodistIlcounties and 50odd churches with 15 000 communicants in closing a five days session at West Liberty passed a reso lution calling the attention of Gov A g Willson to the fact that his cam palgn pledges and the pledges of the republican party as enunciated in its Stat platform have not been fulfilled in regard to temperance legislation and calling upon the governor to call ant extra session of the Kentucky Legisla ture at an early date for the special countyfresolution is a particularly strong one and was passed after considerable argu ment SECRETARY TAFT will sever his con nection with President Roosevelts c- abTmet on Wednesday when the portfolio of Secretary War will be assumed by Luke E Wright of Tennessee who Secretary Taft as governor fgeneralof the Philippines Congress man James Sherman the republican vice presidential nominee who is ill in a Cleveland hospital has so far recov- eredr that he has planned a conference with his political friends at his home in Utica for Friday POORS Manual shows that the total j mileage of railroads in the United States at the close of 1907 was 223 f 128 miles as against 222766 miles on December 31 1906 showing an increase jof5362 miles The total capital liabil of the railroads including stock e bonds and other indebtedness was 16 501413369 showing an increase of 907864112 Of this increase 351717 809 is represented by stock and the balance by bonds and other forms of in t debtedness IeTUEODORE A BELL of California was chosen temporary chairman of the Democratic National Convention by the Committee on Arrangements Urey Woodson of Kentucky was decided i upon for general secretary No choice madejand Gov Folk have also been suggest ed by members of the committee Oregon now a candidate for pub can not ask a friend to vote jIN can not treat a constituent on day can not give a campaign to his friend and can not say un things about his opponents In other words none but a person whose wings are sprouting can run for office Such provisions seem made to be broken IN the primary for the democratic nomination for governor of Tennessee i Gov Malcolm R Patterson defeated ExSenator Carmack by about 8000 Themain issue was the whisky question Patterson being for local option and Carmack for Statewideprohibition- The race was an exceedingly hot one e TilE report sent out a few days ago that Cleveland was a poor man is de nied in a Washington dispatch The former President left his family at least 100000 it is said In addition it is probable that Congress will grant Mrs Cleveland a pension of 5000 a year ettwasJames U Hug appointed poetaster at Gruudy Pulaski county INDICATIONS are that North Carolina will send an uninstructed delegation to Denver The democratic convention is still in session and the delegatesat large while not all chosen will prob ably be Gov Glenn Senator Overman Senator Simmons and former Gov Ay cock POLITICAL John H Barker has been appointed postmaster at Kensee Whltley county and Alfred Bullock at Public Pulaski countyFormes Vice President Adlai E Ste venson is a candidate for Governor of Illinois at the State primary to take place August 8 James N Kehoe former democratic Congressman has formally apnounc himself a candidate for the nomination for Congress in the 9th R Y Thomas was nominated for Congress by the Democratic Congres slonal convention of the Third district by an overwhelming vote Information comes from both Lincoln and Denver that there will be no gov ernment ownership of railroads plank in the democratic platform John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee who spoke here in the campaign of last Fall was defeated for a renomination for Congress by Joseph W Byrnes Thomas Taggart chairman of the Democratic National Committee is con fident of the nomination of John W Kern of Indiana for vice president The Iowa Democratic Convention in- dorsed Bryan for president demanded the election of United States Senators by popular vote and denounced govern ment by injunction Congressman Charles Littlefield in an address at Chicago made caustic comments on the application of the Sherman antitrust law sharply criti cised the Republican partys record on the question and wound up with a thin ly veiled attack on President Roosevelt The Democratic Congressional Committee is confronting a hard proposition in the matter of money to carry on the campaign and Representative Lloyd its chairman has gone to New York for the purpose of breaking into some of the barrels of democrats in whose loyalty to the party he has confidence Congressman W W Kitchin was nominated for governor on the 60th ballot Saturday night by a majority of 60 votes at the democratic convention at Charlotte N C Following the an nouncement of the 59th ballot Col Ashley Home withdrew The effort to make the nomination unanimous precip- Itated a riotous demonstration Since the withdrawal of Hon A F Byrd of Winchester for the democrat ic nomination for Congress in the 10th district there have been a number of announcements for the nomination Among them are S S Taulbee county judge of Breathitt county Charles Howes of Johnson Amos Davis of Morgan G L Wainscott and J M Stevens of Clark The convention Is to be held at Estill Springs on July 15 Here and There L J Moore wellknown Lexington lawyer is dead Lee Dawson deputy sheriff of Bullitt county died suddenly of heart failure Being taunted because he had joined the church Roy Liggott shot and kill ed his companion Fred Kotch at Terre Haute Ind The Mexican Government is rushing troops to the cities threatened by rev olutionists and the situation has been materially improved Two men were killed outright and a third was fatally injured by the over turning of a switch engine in the yards of the Southern railroad in Cincinnati Former Attorney General Judson Harmon a member of Clevelands Cabi net who attended the obsequies of Mr Cleveland said that President Roosevelt delivered the only eulogy over Cleveland He spoke to several mem bers of Clevelands Cabinet around his bier in an impressive manner Following upon a weeks prosecution of alleged violators of the local option law a monster massmeeting of the citizens of Bowling Green was held to indorse the action of Mayor George T Wilson in trying to enforce the law and in securing detectives to ferret out the violators Additional Local TilE Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association have on sale season tickets good for the three days of the fair July 15 16 17 for one dollar On sale until July 15 Send your order with the money at one dollar each to the secretary and he will mall you the tickets Also on sale at The Crab Orchard Banking Co Perkins Dry Goods Store and Lyne Bros Drug StoreSiswith that we recommend the Home Insurance Co of New York to my neighbors and friends We lost our dwelling and contents by fire holding a policy of 2500 in the Home Insurance Co our loss was adjusted liberally and promptly So we recommend the Home Insurance Co of New York and Jesse D Wearen tho insurance man Stan ford Ky for liberal and prompt set tlement of losses Very truly Tavia Carter Wm Carter Parksville Ky June 22 1908 R E MORTON Livery and Feed Stable Klngsvllle Ky Stable near Christian church Special attention to traveling men Kverythlng now and flrsl class Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Somerset pike tour mile tram Ulnnford Contains Ifio acre Good residence mud abundant outhouses In good repair For further Il8rtllUlnfi call nt this onico MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 FA A M will meet In stated communication on men first and third Monday night of ench month nt 730 oclock In their hall on Main street Htnn ford Ky Memben of sister lodges Lire Ira Penny1yGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there it to little difference In the price of ready made suits and n suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tallorT I have n handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I can make from n low the finest dress suit AIsoOvercoatsTrous- srs and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none UO HUlLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Adorinas Fox It n handsome largo young Jersey Dull de scended from a 1I1d unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is laud of Jersey England and America lids 11II1tttdRnd behsome Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail service lie will bo allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred AOTTEH HtnntordKyNbull calves that will be told nt right prices PRESTON 922 VolIl Preston It one of the greatest flvegalted productdand also nt the horse shows at Louisville Ht Louis and Kansas City lie Is a brown horse with black points INi hands high with flue style and very high action Hired by Washington Si Flat dam lieu by Hboderlck Hecond dam by Denmark It Is useless to commend him itsthe peo pie of this and adjoining counties know his record at a show horse and alto for breeding purposes He will make the season of IMSnt my sta ble In Crab Orchard at 115 to Inure a living colt Will keep mares on grass nt ft per month but not responsible for accident or escape of stock Heason duo If mare Is trad ed or parted with JOHAILBY Crab Orchard Ky 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending a sketch and description may qvlcklr ascertain our opinion no in on Is a Communion tlonitrlctlfconOdnlfiU KANBHK on lateota PllltaJatenllyeeW notke wltbout cbam lath Scientific JTimrican A hiadtomelr IIIaitr xt weekly Laciest etr eu14hailnewsdeslnMUNN Branch Office db Ir StWashington Cough Caution NeTfJlIOIItJnI7nenrpobOlJ yonrlunn shoestoufh eTen from a simple m1 Mqalways heal lootbe ease the Irritated bron ehlal tubes Dont blindly suppress it with a stupefying poison Its strange howjnm thlnn flnRi tome about For twenty rears Pr Shoo hhasaalantly warned not to take cons mixture or prescrlptloQ containing Opium or similar And now o little labelsifVery rood IIIenaftorforUusTerynasonraothcn and others should insist on haying Dr Hhoopt Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr t labelsand none lath medicine else U must by law be on the label And its not only safe baths is said to be by those that know it best a truly r marxible couch remedy Take no chance thru particularI7WltbourChtldnD Insist on haTinc Dr 8boop Oourh CUre Compare carefuU the Dr Bhoop package with others and note the difference No potion marks there You tea always be on the safe tlds by dsmandlnc Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STO- REHENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things it it essentially a family paper Dy a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY COUUIEROUHNAL one year and this paper for the prlce named above Send your tubtcrlptlon for the com nation to uaact tc the CourierJournal Dorsey Goiddust 12052 Full brother to Fall iilttf Hired by byOoidenMingoMorgan on both side i making him an intensely Inbred Morgan tnlllnnHe It a dark bayl has weight UTO and At n breeder he few equals a uni form breeder othlRh clait stow and rand horiet combining all the qualities for bar ness and saddle nnd demand at top prices 10 of hit get having sold for llOJtiO and 8 and year oldsonly farm brokenm7 own raising i have sold In the past year for tin overage of tXA Dorsey loldduit will make the present season at my fnrm near Stanford nt fcf to Insure n living volt Alto n largo ami fine young Jack u grandson of Tom reno amid JOt Ilackhurn nt IS to insure a living colt Mares kept Ht Iou tin lout attention but no responsi blllly tot accidents or Itciipeii- P REID Danville Ky POSTED strictlytorbitlhuntingpassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law toppinMuTinaleylpoonamorePM K Lawrence Itcuben Uurtlt J locker JIt 1ettus T A Hlce Morgan Obappol- lAmandt Hchiicffer irtwn Kerrlll J L Holtsclaw OVllsetyMrs J K 1ulllnm It L ulllam Peter nnlmer Mrs Katherine Ador MtIrt Paxton Ashley Ollannon James NOash J Nevin Carter 1Mhack Joseph llnllou M U Lytle Mrs Jns lUtlnes J D Onmenlsch DrJICarpenterD- IrsIlebeccaliCarpeuter WI Martin- A M Krye JII Thompton Thomas Kerrlll Jns It Hkldmore David Burton J U Hunch Richardson Krntl Miss Mattle Hewes Itelebentmch Ilros Fred VonQruengan It KOalnes Albert AT Traylor J1L1lumnierFredOwle Dunn henry letter NUllllelle7WOllorllb J W l1aUllnmln UHprattWiallUnderwoodAHonMrs Mary 0hlvens John M OattertMarlin Alrorn Dan Tray lor M D Klmore Mrs Goode O KTate David Stevens John JurrIt O Durham W1Itout UotllbOllck Fml IlanUorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J J Thompson MAnderson JHMoser Mr and Mrs Jas iiEads A Klbasa MrsNJ Horton Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No IM acres on the Waynesburg pike near Highland froom house barn anuolli er outbuildings nice orchard This property is near and schoolhouse is wall wortb tblrrlce UJul No a tnllet South of Crab Or chard on the has a twostory house good horn orchard and Is well water lnbout 111 acres of this land Is bottom- land and produces flue crops A bargain at Hfun H cash balance In one And two years No 8 118 acres on lluckCrefk near Way nesburg4roomhouse barn other out bulldlnss plenty water Cash price p No fIM acres near Level Oreen flock castle county Ky This farm has n new story frame bou would cost to build now 2eo good tarn crib to located near churcli and school This It a nice home and can be bought for NO per acre X cash re mainder In IS months No 61S1 acres adjoining the above farms acres In of rooms good barn nnd other outbuildings nice orchard Ono of the county Price tflM halt cashbalance and 2I frSH acres adjoining farms Nos and 6 acres In cultivation balanco In tim tier Qootl white oak hickory and some nile cedar Has Jslory log hut and good orch ard well watered Cash price S3UK No7tacres near Maretsburg Ky 1M acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line water and school church and II It station Price fiffu y cash balance In one and two years NoIIU acres near 0onwavKy nearly all of this farm Is for corn and meadow very good dwelling house new barn and other buildings on county road e miles from Heron College Cash price sJ ewNoPalucres on Drakes frouiCrabOrchard This rarm adjoins the pike and Is apart of the CJeo Evans farm 1hts It line land and In good condition all necessary buildings This Is a bargain at SM per acre No IG711 acres near Htanford Ky In nice shape with olnecessary bUlldlngvte can be bought worth tho money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write L It Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial zl Trotting Hlalllon It hands foaled August Will bred at Farm East Aurora NY Klrst dam Naughty Olrlb Hex Ainerlcus SrjuG lyearold re cord SsllHtllre of Ilattlelon record 1MA American Il lle8yr record t12 and other in tao list a son of Onward Ullro cord K2SM sire of Onward Hllver Io6i and I70othera n the 23 list Onward Will sired by George Wilkes PIP 3iiddaiii Duerma sired by Jlnmlirlno KinK 1275 slreof 7S Including of tho Manor 1101 Lord Derby 204heir nt Low toothers In 210 3rd dam Dollet by Suiwood ego the sire of In the lIt 4th dam Topaz by Htruthmoro 408 situ w In the list 6th dam Millard by Albion llh dam Ned Edwin Forest dam Lady Turner by MnmbrlnoOhlofll Time Wurfleld was bred to only IS mares lie has 12 foal all upheadtd plenty 011111- 1Izoltnd lubInnce und plent ofs pe ed Tho- Wrllleid Ism representative 1lIlIIon In nil the term Implies To say that he has sire substance and speed only Jn part emphasize the qualities combined In this son of flare DeII He hn thllm nlld they are or such s symmetrical character us to iiirxiu him n stallion among many JO Bend and neck are perfect and when- leeninconncctloll with his faultless faitang- great beauty are especially Impressive Yon see this horse before breeding You will say you never looked at a batter one The Warfleld It the only stallion that has dams In the great brood snare list He has two Manibrnio King crosses two Mimibrlno Intchen two Mnmbrlno Chief ono Ubtmus one Onward I Juorgo Wilkes Electioneer Nulwood I Htrutlimore moro trotting crosses than stallion alive The Wllrllellill by Daro Dovll2t 5Mrecord 1w He by Miimbrlno King mil ho by Mambrtno PiUdien M he by Mamhrino Chief Dam Mercedes by Chimes KUS by Elcclloncer 1Z- 5Dnre Devil It iigrent winner He won tho championship the National Homo Hhow In IStN class Is llrst National Horse Hlinw III class It National Horse Hhow ISWclftis t nut National How Hhow 1191 National JlortnclR1I101chnmllonhl1 ImndHorseHhow llWlIRulI IIrllt Horae Show cuss first Boston horse Hhow 3 reserve Boston horse Hhow 1m class I second Iloston Homo Hhow ItrtJ clnfttH see ond Boston Nurse Hhow oln e lloslon Horse Hhow ltstt clues l third ltow ton Horse Hhow llMI class 7 Ho sired Tho lleau Ideal 21535 Itlre of Princess Helen 2OHil Devils Daughter 2 Wi Sarah Ham lln J18J4Trincr 2t3 Dare Devil Jr 2 Will make season at our tarn- I mile from McKinney Ky at 116 to Insure a Living Oolt Will also stand the good BLACK JAOK- OONQUEltOU1at ts to a Living highviaa hand white points good feel 8MOWENSA ONHcKIIUI8TX7 SUMMER ERI J Why be uncomfortable in those heavy clothes ofoyours Why not dress for comfort when it costs no more Those very light twopiece suits in GREY TAN AND DUE are the very thing for comfort and very stylIish 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 BeltIand you are comfortably dressed and in the l very newest of styles All these are in our e stock in the very best styles and patterns i a i 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 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Claims Notes And 1 n Accounts J Y Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United StateseClaims of all kinds carefully looked after in all parts of the country RealEstate of all kinds sold and exchahg ed Correspondence soli itefiC titerII Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky i The Interior Journal IiI STANFORD Kv JUNE 30 1908 EL DARDO is a mild 5c cigar guaran teed clear Havana filled Try it upon our personal recommendation Penny a Drug Store TpEiu Is no better way to cool oil these hot days than at Pennys Soda Fountain the Ico Water Is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS Mn MARK HAKDIN is improving MB J S HUNDLEY Is in Washington KurLEY has been sick for sever t al dayMR It POWELL is in Tennessee looking for lumber MR W J DOZIER returned to Can ton Mlle Saturday MR Joe F PETTUS was up from f Springfield last week Miss MIRANDA WHITE is visiting relatives at Mt Vernon MRS J A GATHER of Buffalo Is with Mrs C R Coleman WALTER L JONES has gone to Latta S C to accept a good position t DAVE HOLUAN of Montgomery pass cd up to Crab Orchard yesterday Miss PRILL NEWBURN of Huston ville is with Miss prances Adams HAYS FOSTER spent several days with Charles E Bohon at Lebanon Miss SUDIE ELUS returned Sunday from a visit to friends in Cincinnati MR T C DALL wife and son visited tho formers sister at Junction City MRS J G RIDDLE of Crab Orchard is with her father Mr W I Herrin EDWARD COOPER left yesterday morning for Kansas City on a business tripPROF J C CHEEK of Fulton cam up Sunday to visit his many friends hereJAILER W I IIERRIN is critically ill t and his death is expected at any moment WELCH ROCHESTER Is back from j California considerably improved in- Q health MR AND MRS C E DOWER of the West End have moved to Columbus City lady I MR CASH HERRIN of Pulaski coun ty Is here to gee his brother Mr W I Hcrrin MRS S J TATEM and Miss Susie Dillion of Crab Orchard will leave for DcnvcriFridsy Miss HELEN HARTIHLL of Louis ville arrived yesterday to visit Miss Mary MeRobcrts MRS W S BERNARD wifeand child ren of Dayton 0 are with the family of Mr T J Mn A C SINK went to Middlcsborc yesterday to work up the Maccabcc Lodge at that place MESDMES WALTER CURTIS and Wil liam Stan eld of Nashville are with Mrs William H Curtis Miss ANNA CHANCELLOR of the Walnut Flat section is visiting Miss Lena fleck at McKinney MRS J C McCLARY returned to Frankfort with Mrs S M Saufley and will make her a brief visit MISSES ALICE RANKIN of Harrods burg and Catherine Rankin of Wayne were guests of Miss Mary Rankin TUB Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C will meet with Mrs J W Alcorn at 330 oclock this Tuesday afternoon SAM M SPOONAMORE JR has been appofnte assistant mail carrier on It F D NoT4 to succeed Albert Scott Miss AMBROSIA THOMAS who has hen with her sister Mrs W B Mc 4 Roberta returned to Louisville Sunday MRS NANNIE OWENS and little granddaughter Agnes Owens of Raleigh N C were guests of Mrs L B Cook MRS J M HEFLEY who camo to Lincoln county to attend tho burial ol 1her father tho aged Mr Eates return to Galconda Sunday MESDAMES E FARRIS and George C Keller of Danville were guests of Mesdames II C Furria and Mark liar dinMiss STELLA MCCLARY will begin her school at White Oak on Monday next f 6th and each patron is requested to send their children on the first day MRS E T CARTER who had intended coming Saturday to visit her mother Mrs Julia Hughes is detained at her- at Evans vllle Ind by the illness of her little son Earl who has diphtheria MR D H SKINNER of StonegaVa was hero Saturday returning from a visit to his family at HustonVille 110 was accompanied by his son Dodd Skin nor who will spend a month with him MRS P 1C TRIBBLE has returned from a visit to Louisville and Lexing ton She was accompanied by her sis ter Miss Julia who will make her a short visit prior to going to Lake Chau tauqua Advocate Mns WILLIAM II CURTIS is back from a delightful visit to Mrs G W Mills at Madisonvillc 0 She also visit ed friends at Fort Thomas Mrs Curtis was accompanied on her trip by Mrs J W Debaun of Pcrryville MRS J E CLAUNCH gave a 6 oclock dinner Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Grace Bryan visiting Miss Elizabeth Thatcher Covers were laid for eight Misses Bryan and Thatcher Messrs Williams and Thatcher Mr e and Mrs Q W Thomas and Mr and Mrs Claunch Somerset Journal MRS J R HARRU continues quite ill MRS MARY C GIVENS Is gradually LENA BARNETT is thought to be improving CHARLIE DOWNER has been sick for a week or more MRS MARY D CARR and little daugh ter of Busoy III are with Mrs T D Raney REV J MURRAY TAYLOR Is attend ing tho B Y P U convention a Georgetown MRS T J FOSTER came up from Lebanon yesterday to visit her son Mr John B Foster LOCALS THE rink will be open Friday night PONY phaeton for sale W 0 Walker Stanford THE partial eclipse of the sun was very noticeable hero Sunday morning CAR nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stanford FOR SALE Saw lland engine complete outfit J R Powell Stan ford TilE public school at Hubble will begin Monday next July 6th with Mis Adams teacher TilE wife of Anthory Alcorn colored of the Turneravillo section died and was buried Sunday Tile 1908 tax book have been made out and your taxes ore due Come In and settle T J11111 sheriff CARL CARTERS base ballteam feated a Danville club 14 to 3 on th grounds here Saturday afternoon GREAT moneysaving prices on sum mer goods such as lawn mowers hose screening goods poultry fence etc Goo D Hopper THE Lincoln County National Ban has declared its usual threo per cen dividend and the First National Ban will do likewise today IN order to enliven the times a little the management has decided to open the skating rink for one night only next Friday night July 3rd DR W B OBANNON operated on Mrs Alonzo Skidmore for cancer last week The patient stood the severe operation well and Is doing nicely TilE remains of Oatlcy Burk Palmer little son of Mr and Mrs J T Palmer of Hopkinsvillc were brought throug- Sunday for Interment at Lancaster DR W N CRAIG will bo In his office over McRobcrts drug store for a few days prepared to test your eyes and supply you with tho glasses you need MR WILL SEVERANCE of Severance Son tells us that his Opportunity Sale was a decided success and that he will have a Remnant Sale in A few days TJ TilE time for working the roads has been extended from July 1 t July 25 The court to allow claims fojr same will convene Aug 6 George B Cooper county clerk T BAKER pastor the colored Christian church at Junction City asks us to thank through our columns Mrs Wm McAfee for tho handsome Bible she presented the church FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of ISO 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 MR JOHN OwsL REtu has been elected assistant cashier of the Lincoln County National Bank to succeed W 0 Walker who leaves that institution this week to devote his attention to farming WE can send you Courier Journn or Louisville Times from now until Dec 1 for 125 This offer is good on ly for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscribers and money must always be accompan- Ied by the order ALL persons indebted to the estate of A M Pence deceased will settle with me at once also those having claims against his estate will present them to me properly proven for payment W 0 Walker admr PER RIGSBY wan two years In the penitentiary by the Rockcastlo cir cuit court for killing a man named Lear Tho verdict was a surprise as many testified that Lear fired first Anew trial will be naked THE I J man was duo at Liberty Court yesterday but a rush of job work prevented his going Ho hopes to be at Jones Park near Yosemite next Sat urday July 4 and meet many of the INTERIOR JOURNAL patrons SHOT A WOMty Stewart shot and badly wounded Mattio Fish also colored In Macksville Friday night He claimed he was shooting at Bill Lee The trial is set for Friday Stewart is out on bond while the woman Ja laid up from her wetted To Loaw1700 See L R I Hughes SEE the D E Lawn Mower before you buy George H Farris NEW Druggets Rugs Linoleums and j Oil Cloths at Tribble Pences Tile C W B M meet with Mrs L B Cook Wednesday afternoon July 8 withtIt W II Higgins ON account of c utxl health I desire to sell privately my entire stoc of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper YOUR account with the Stanford Drug Co has not yet been paid and a settlement is desired and must be had This means you if you owe tho firm which is now out of business and must settle up its affairs AUCTION In order to settle up the firms business we will sell at public auction on July 13 County Court day all our accounts same will be sold sep crately and as a whole Terms cash Cummins McCIary evesr seen on a can seen at tho Crab Orchard Fair July 15 1C and 17 One of the largest finest and up todate merrygorounds a 200foot Ferris Wheel animal shows and one of the best carnival companies In the coun try will be there Como and brie your sweetheart wife neighbor and- dont forget the children DeCarter ana Deputy Sheriffs Will Hester and Leo did some good work Saturday night when they cabbaged Anderson Carr Sr on his return from Traylors distillery with 10 gallons of booze Next they withkthekThe former was armed with a Winches ter and the latter with a hoss pistol but that did not deter tho officesr who did their duty and did it well The whole gang will bo tried today DEDICATION OF I 0 0 F IIALL The dedication of the new I 0 0 F Hall on Friday evening June 26th was a decided success Prof J W Ireland who is the Noble Grand presided with his usual dignity making the welcome manhsomewhat of the growth from its or ganization in London England to its present worldwide benevolences lie showed that the primal elements of mutual protection and sympathy which seek to mitigate the ills to which all flesh is heir were foundation stones in tho edifice of Odd Fellowship J A Allen one of the oldest members ofthe order next gave a brief history of Stanford Lodge No ICC from the time it was organized In 18C6 to the present WoactingGrandficient manner and conducted a very beautiful and most Impressive service lie set forth in his dedicatory ceremony the tenets and precepts of tho order in a forceful address B J Durham of tho Danville lodge made a few timely remarks at this juncture and gave somo fitting words of encouragement by praising in unstinted terms the elo mosynary work done in tho widows and orphans home Prof Poynter of Pcrryvillo then made some pointed remarks and entertained tho largo audi ence of Odd Fellows in a humorous and earnest talk His words of encouragement and congratulation wero most ape propriate and helpful Ho said in the course of his remarks that some ono whoso name he would not deign to men tion had told him that Stanford was a dead town but on entering the city ho saw a magnificent school building and had heard of its good work On com ing further into the town he notice- churches commodious and well equip ped for tho sacred purpose to which they were dedicated and also noticed that the merchants were abundantly furnished and had tastily decorated places and lastly he looked into the faces of about 200 citizens and brethren of splendid appearance With such forces he said it must be the liveliest dead town on the map lie said his Inv formant must have meant a dry town not a dead one After the interesting ceremonies the many visitors and mem bers were invited to the storeroom un der the lodge room where light refreshments prepared by Mrs W S Jones wore served This room was at tractively decorated with ferns and pot ted plants much of the credit of which is duo Mrs Jesse D Wcarcn who In bored faithfully for tho success of the occasion After refreshments there was a reassembly In the lodgeroom for a social hour and all seemedmost happy and felt that the meeting was a credit to the lodge Quito a number of visitors from neighboring lodges were present and contributed to the success of the occasion Such a work is done in the name of Friendship Love and Truth J a McClary SecT FOR SALE Top buggy almost as good as new J R Harris at Stanford Drug Cos store IF not sold privately before August county court day I will sell two regis tered race mares on that day Steele Bailey THE Baptist Young Peoples Union elected Misses Marie Mahony and Pearl Aldridge and Mr Walter Singleton delegates to the State convention of B Y P U at Georgetown which begun yesterday afternoon THE Stanford and Crab Orchard fair orkford and R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard sccretarys respectively of those fairs for a coW WHILEaregoing after the officers for failure to do their duty shoot it into those lenient jurors said Chief of Police B D Carter to us It is hard to convict the whisky sellers and when oncis proven guiltyhe should be punished to the full extent of the law added Mr Carter and we heartily env dose his every word FOR SALE I OockerelEggs 0011IIhoneT Crab Orchard T L N TIME TABLE No r1 South 11J1 p x xRNo S North ZilS P X JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney reorBirroB Livery Feed and Sale stable Lancaster Ky- CONCRETING We ore In position to do all kinds of con cretlng us Work Pavements and In fact wo can make any thing from house down to a fence post We cuii servo you promptly and guarantee firstclass prlcelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yooperPeoologtoo Fire andLife Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stanford Ky Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court L H Hughe Odn PIRvsRobert Yen red et nl Deft Notice of sale Pursuant to n judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered In the above styled action at the May term the undersigned Oomr will on SATURDAY JULY llth UI08 between and 2 p xln front of the court house door In Stanford Ky sell at publlo outcry to the highest anti best bidder the following real estate which U In the town of Stanford Lincoln County Ky Hnld real estate consists of a house and lot on Lancaster street bounded on the North by Iortmim Av0 on the Knit by Lancaster itreet on the South by the lot told by M F tlkln to A TNunnelley and on the West by lot of It Aldridge formerly Milburn Thli lot was conveyed to tho mother of defendants namely Rhoda Fenzel by deed dated November 7th which U recorded In the olllce of the clerk of the Lincoln County Court In deed book No Si page US BSthetarmsof the deed Hhoda Kenzel took life estate with remainder her children Rhoda Kenzel died on the th of Juno ItW The sale will be made on a credit of six months rind for the purchase price the purchaser will required to Hive with approvedsecurity payable to the Commis perdand having the force and effect of a Judg went The bond Is to be further secured by a lien on the laud sold GEO U SAUFLEY M C L C C ALMONT DARE Registered In A II R tithed by Dignity Dare ri A S II R Squirrela4lam w lit dam Touwy 11egln of 10 A T II Jtlhe by Abdallah Mtimbrlno be by AluiontKi 2nd dam Lady Davis Orlt UI1I by llourbon Chief 3rd dam Mattie S b Foreign Light by Foreigner by lllIllOrl unnlllgIIRIIIIl10pperBuzzard NOTK Almont Dare so far as we are able to dllconr11 the list on record hnv Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig nity Dare doing to last year every tinecoming In contact with them As an Indi vidual this Is it very attractive horse standing in hands with style A beautiful lay with milliners unimralellfd even by a filly A remarkable uliow hone In harness ana under saddle Shows distinct saddle gaits nil very fast and pleasant with speed of n 3 minute clip In harness One cannot concelvtTof u finer bred horse tracing ri times to Imported horses on his dams tide tllllelImptimes IlIIp 1lansor UnllaplIIackfnltrare opportunity breed toone ofAmericas best at Ida Will also stand two good mule Jacks at M each Will make the season of 1W8 at place SU miles from Hnstonvllle on nUlton- vlllo and Liberty turnpike Grass tarnished NetreponIhleE 8 POWELL 801- VUetOGydlle iy I KEEP R SlIP hOOKSPPH x Ji 1 fFOR OURNS IJt SemiAnnual Remnant Sale which we will announce in a few days We did not have the room for remnants in our June Sale but will spread them in a few days and add the accumulations during this sale This will make the largest quantity of Rem nants of Silk Dress Goods Wash GoodsRib bons Laces Etc we have ever offered Thetprice will be about onehalf j IEaEE f We will give away during this Remnant Sale several barrels of pretty Glassware Look out for circulars and this space for particulars SEVERANCE Sc SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD I KY New Goods For the Fain Of course every one expects to attend the Stanford Fair To be present necessitates your being well dressed Wo Lave the material to give you aflt3weU and UptoDate appearance Wear one of our new Bordered Lawns Tan Slippers rind Long Gloves Merry Widow Bows Carry our Fancy and Linen Parasols and Fan with our Japanese Fans and you will i make tbeIIHit of your Life Let TRIBBLE HUGHES fix you up TRIBBLE HUGHES ShoeslIHouseI r I NEW Stock Buggies Runabouts Etc Just in Ready for the Fair Call and see us WHe HIGGINSt Stanford Kentucky L The Interior Journal llInlmdinlM PottOffice Stanford NeOndclCUI maUee- rpVpLTSataD TXJBaDATB AND THIDAT AT 100 PER YEAR CASH men not eo paid IJOO will be charged B D CARTERN- ow Livery Depot Stroot Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrctt nnd conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing injury to stock In traveling the pub to stock tram the- bndofotherpeomle This reward refers to patt present and I alto offer a spec al reward of sro for particular see me I also offer two upcclul rewnr s of JX and BeachJ O Carpenter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Ornnlte rind Marble Monuments FIrst Olass Work at IWttwmable Irlces OlUce and Works McKlnney Ky Slop closed on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Hlgn Writing Draper and Mouse Ialnttng1tper Hunger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Graining Kto McKINNEY K- VINSURANC Wind and bsToompanloaLItepresened Lowest Poi neo Uble Rate Paying erll Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Many Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have ceased wrltingat a line when the farmer needs them the mot A FrIend in need I lrlend Indeed The Home In andlurance Company InsurnuceCompanY hamot popular FIre always and II now writing tobacco and all classes of farm property They have not cancelled a single Policy even In coun ties where the tobacco trouble has bwn tho classes of farm property Address orlhonel Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm trI Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat ngsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY 9Effethone187 Home Phone 5r r rot Mnw 4r FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE Firstclass Jersey cow with young calf Sam J Doll Stan fordIt is again rumored that suit will be filed for a receiver for tho Burley Tobacco Society on the ground that it Is a trust H C Baughman sold to C E Bohon of Lebanon a gelding for 200 and bought of Judge James P Bailey ono for 185- James Grear one of our farmers sent 35 bushels of peaches to Danville last week which ho sold at250Libc- ity News Sanders Norton shipped 600 lambs to Jersey City and they brought 71 cts and 1600 to Louisville that sold from 4ic to 7c Harrodsburg Herald- J F Alstott of Casoy sold a walk ing mare by W M Dodds Galton to Joo Jordan for 250 Mr Jordan sold her a few days later for 300 Galtons get bring tho money ESTHAY A palo red steer weighing about 750 pounds left my place some three weeks ago Liberal reward for his return Last seen near Masons Gap J C Lynn Stanford Robert C Gatewood of Montgomery county sold to Stearns Co of New York 237 export cattle for over 24000 or 685 Tho cattle will average 1600 and will go in September It is tho prizo bunch of the bluegrass Tho price obtained tops the market and is the best figure in years Mr Gatewood will clear 11000 on tho deal Independence is tho name of a very fine twoyearold jack owned by Capt Powell lie is by Major Donnell and out of a jennet by Tom Keene The fine fellow has size bone and the best head and cars you ever saw Capt Powell i had Independence in town Friday and the jack men who saw him say that is a world beater The captain has him at the home of his son in law W A Hatcher on the Lancaster pike and will sell him for a reasonable sum if one feels dull and spiritless in the Spring or early Summer they call It Spring Fever to But there Is n 0 effectEmostly at fault Tired worn nerves leave us languid lifeless an without spirit or ambition A few doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of these depressingsrmptoms The Res torative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two but It will do enough In 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy la reach Ing that tired spot to Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonic It gives mbre vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a failing appetite aids digestion frees Sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test it a few days and be convinced Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS Rev J L Yandle preached at the Presbyterian church at Somerset Sun dayRev D M Walker will fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morn ing unless he takes a backset which it is hoped he will not Rev L C Kelley of Louisville preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and a gentleman who ought to know says that his sermon was a good oneRev Alfred A Higgins preached two excellent sermons here SundayIn the morning at the Presbyterian church and at night at the Methodist Largo con gregations heard him The Lexington Amusement Company announces a Great Three Days July Jubilee Thursday Friday and Saturday July 23 and 4 All kinds of amusements have been prepared and it will be a great affair The big daily feature will be a battle in the clouds between two mammoth war balloons twice daily afternoon and evening horse racing both running and trotting wild west shows dog pony and monkey circus acrobatic acts of all kinds big aerial acts and in fact all kinds ofamusements that will make one have a good time The expense will not be great and you will enjoy it All yonr friends will be thereTo l stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain means congestion blood pressure that is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Tablets will quickly coax blood pressure away from pain JonoHeadachewith women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Independence day on Saturday will be celebrated not only throughout the United States but in the American em bassies and American colonies through out the world a Notice Chicken Raisers- R 41144 cures cholera gapesroup canker and limberneck Price 50o No cure no pay Guaranteed by New taotordArugCft I Kentucky PAIr Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 6 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Panville Aug 6 3 days Lexington Aug 10 6 days Burkesville Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days Bucklens Arnica Salve wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied Bucklons Arnica Salvo Less than half of a 25o box won the day for mo by attesting apex fect cure1 Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Choice GoodsF- oaled January lull Maek with white irolntu 1U hniHlt Hired liy Fundrr72Uamw1 out of rhennult Jennet SIT Wonder strwl ltelkmup he hy Itnlartel llelkna I rhotc Iixxlsilmn li liy Jumlxt htt purtet IIv was bred by Charles Chnault of HOCH nn Sumner county TVnn und 1i grvol in dividual lie won the litlM tie In the sweep nt the Hint fnlr at Nniltvllle awl inoro blue ties to his crwlll H Ilmamnny l Infore you breed He will at ld6 Mod MnrMni SIll to lit iure living colts V1I1 stand two other Jocks nt to insure loing colts Will also stand the innnnltloent draft stallion UlOrge lIerr at lln to insure n living colt 18 IiAI OltMAN Htunford Ky Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1O11O Beau Nabothe dam Nona Iluughtimii by NorviilRttt liy Klrctlonwr IMjSml iliiiu lo in J Metropolitan luTt by Hamblton Ian 10 and dun Joa phln by Mnmbrlno Htnrllght by Darlbny 4th dam Mary Withers by Oliver thoroughbred iAth dart- byVngiwr6thdau by lump Tnanby 7th darn by Rattler Beau Noboth a handsome buy standing III hands of great style anti ncUollnud hftA toourWill stand at the tarn miles south of Stanford near Hoinerwt pike coltd d nt 00 Money due when mare Is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere Tin belt personal care taken though no responsibility for cldents or escapes J Htanford Ky DON VARRICK This mngnincently brwl young stallion will nuke the sfnsoii of nt my plnct In Htanford Ky better known itstheOrHal nt 115 to Unsure u living colt Don InllInlIIucle1Jutour mares Don Onward HllverXW4 that sold for 11U he by Onward tone of the very last suns of George Wilkes Onward was out of Dolly and no mare ever produced S such Illiittrl ous sons at Onward and Director Onward HllverwontheTrontylvnnla In In a I heat race defeating such us Susie Jay 2MX and Chula Hhot The same year he won the llnnner Memorial and Mnssa chutetts In broken heats lion Vnrrlck lit dnm by Niles Hoy by George Wllbetand a full sister to The Wag J15W Jnd dam Ma rpbyRoggGreyEagletime dam of 3tad line ratcnen she the dam Rubber till Winchester 21934 Hilly Wilton aloud Miss 11221 This rich inheritance of speed and blood lines should appeal to the public who withes to breed Mares t at lOo per day All core taken but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes UKOO Stanford GALTON 12910 Bonwm of 19W Hire of Calvin C 2l0q Al Ilurni 225L amid six others with rlallrom tJI to 21 those are time only ones that wereever handled for speed Also the sire of one dam with one In the 2SO list Hired by Uamlwttn Wll In the 190 Hit In- 2loandnellerclalmed to ho the greatest sire In the world 1st dam Daltey Field of from tIlT to 2tlnnlleld 22J osf Hambltonlnn dam by Heeleys American Htar Knlluld 225 has 6In t3I his daughters Mile nt In iSW or better 2ml dam Quickstep h Kentucky Prince Jr sire of J IJ tln lem onade 22f i and dams of 15 In the t31 list- 8nldamnbyOldJoe Ire of tIe dum of J Q snJifialton entries the blood of lour leading families Hanibletonlan NlikesMatmlbrlmo Chief und Amr CIIII Star Gallons coltshavcRonengalnstanddofent ed the In harness classes and roadster rlngi they are In great demand soling as high as ft ftO after maturity yearlings from SW to 200 Ualton will stand nt my stable 3 miles west of Hustonvllle on liradfonls vllle pike lit Sill to Insure a colt Mon ordue If mare Is traded after being bred of grass at IS M per month saved ex pressly for mares no otnerstock mixed with mares have grass lots and largo stables for Immures to foal Groin fed at cost Phone In realdence II uitonvlllo Joxchange lIlIIUU ustonvllie le- yChester S This son of Chester Dare will make the resent season nt my burn IK miles from McKInney on McKlnney rind Mlddletmrg nt 310 to Insure n llvlny colt UKftCHIPTlON ANn HKIIIOIIEE He II black with star In with all the style mind lbulshclumracterlstle of the Chester Ihire family n good acting horse und n proven breeder See him before looking your mures If you urn looking for u good litdantlbyTelegrnpbHired by Ohes ler Dare dam by Hippy by Mambrlno Chief Chester Peavine 3J84 A 811 It In offering the service of this young still lion to the public I do hesitate to say ho Is the bust bred saddle stallion that will be offered for service In this county this year as his breeding will show Hired by Rex Ienvlne he by Ilex McDonald sal 1st dum Miss Madison 4W5 she by Chester flare 2nd dour by Feavlne more extended pedi will bo furnished on application This stallion has the best blood of the saddle horse world In him Roth 2nd dams by Pea vine 85 crosses twice to Rlack squirrel twice to Stonewall Jackson once to Dave Akin 77S With the style and finish of Chester Dare the stamina and notion of 1mvlne how can be breed wrong Ills sire Hex Pea vine produced three championship winners of last year In Edna and May flay Flee aud breoo to hIm If you wllnt the best Will serve n limited number of mares at C5 to Insure a living colt At the same time and place will stand three as good mule Jacks as can be found In the country at the low price of to Insure n colt- Moneyduewlthallthe above advertised tock when colt is foaled or when mare leaves bands of owner at time of service or bred to other stock All care taken to pre vent accidents but not responsible should any occur Grass at reasonable price n HH gUDDKHMoKlnney Ky A GOOD FARM FOR SALE t I will loll prlvntelr my farm of tie sores pIkeGOdcrlbannd other necessary building well watered more han gram Ternseasy Will give possession In October II Imigheftbidder Season of IB- MSAMPSON This young Jack wllliunko thU season at URughl1afRran tItoa great brwdlng jack All of hit last year colts were extra I ibowed two of tlivlu at Stanford tllIlftlltrr and Danville fidn amid YOn lath Ut mind rind premium III colt rtURi ototo luontrleiut nil three fair alto won Ut In tho Kwwpitnke ring at lnncuhr the ofhisnow on my fnrm to Nhow for tlivnmlrei will nppreclntn any mares tent to him unit feel sure you will not regret tending JHUAUUIIMANHtontorU Ky Phone 46 PEYTONMy line mule jack will funk present nOMtiint MorelmiJ hgntSitoursurcally ClmIdumulM undupwhonImmalundright nt Id linnds Also n 1IIl bink Jack TURNERw- ith white lOlhl1I hand I luen will t rmlltdloserve mares nt H to Insure n living rult fIldlfoti on my farm nreoxtrn Rood I hays two youns tnrkt HunrUoaml Mhlday ibiti will serve a few mnrwi gratis My Wllkv Ho- rwIndependence Chief will same it Iknttool number of msirwi rtt lv to- taureanvtaa sell imwlepmwlrae Olilefn proeludegdamnsIt II KINu MorelMid Ky Lincoln Squirrel lolntsl6bandshlghnudfull goal lane splendid lack awl mine lIk1wt In high mouutfHlshoulders n combined brad horse dart I use him only In harness amid n wrfvct barn horse I have never tern can step very fail with ritmne hlith action nil around nnd I think him to 14 one of thM twit ttnlllon In the state to bred to to It good hlghclnM wnik trot Bud business horses that will bring you fancy prlrs He has comne yearling and twoyear old cults that I invite bnwdert to tn ItyMnrlonIM he by lUnck KnRloT he Klnii Vii hytlnloUlllolllest Lincoln Hiulri l lit dam Kate MxtufliKtr liy Messenger full brother to 5lenenger rrecori t18 2nd dam Manic Ipauw by MnmltrlnoHlar light n full brother to Lady Thorn l lSildamn Mollle Prow by Hvlms Yorkshire Ulnck squirrels grand sire it tie tin of more clase saddle horses thannny other honw In the world surh at high Iniul Denmark Chester liar lied Squirrel anti many other Will nmkr the KntMin of IKMaliny sale tarn In Stanford at llts to lnur n IIYln colt Money due when colt It foaled or man parted with Happy Brummel Hit sorrel it wblt fwtntnr nm sup full 143 hnndt high year old and the meat youuK saddle ttnlllon that I ever owned Sited by Ilnp Beau llrum med utdam unnlelllllollt by Alinunt Jr hid dam by Silver lH niu rk aril damn by lIamblolonllin la nth dam liy lInt be by Varrlck he by Cnrlxau W This horse will ImiHrmltted to serve only a few mares nnd will then lie prepared to defeat champions Hervlw IMo Insure a living colt Red Light lied sorrel bor1 yearsold hands high xtrn weight and bono Hired by fatuous roadster and tire lied Leaf who It too well known to all horsemen to 111 delcrlptlon Uld llgr lie by flied Wilkes lied- Ltght4lstalumwnsflay Mald byCroillnn lWsonof thoflreatdamlietta NoondnlhIriBthdam Twilight by Lexington Silt dam Darkness In orrrllll the servtceof this promising oong ItlIon I f1 safe In eying lhat with hI size style form speed and action hat he is bound to ve n great stock IIor- Will li at my sale barn In Htanford and will lJe permitted to nerve b1 good mares at ISI Jo intura a living colt money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with He will then put in training find given n record H ure to sew him before breecdlng your goou mires JAM It HKA7rKY Htanford Ky ASHLAND BROOK No 17511 Vol A T UI1 bred by Eugene Huck Cr Georgetown Ky Ashland Hrook was foaled lied olh ray with loft humid fool hundshlghPKDlonrK IIrook No 31arjtretIInthgllted1lIollbrook n4 Junnle Hrook II JII j Lady Hrook tau mind Running IIrook 180 Shout lnukhy No the tire of Heiirch Vnlpa2W34ecordJ7 Ashland brooks lit dRill Huna Wren by Ashland Wllketmt record X17i the tire of John U Gentry To Wilkestii9 Ashland sired by Itthoby George Wilkes second Illly by Pretender ILM3nl dam- by Jfni fonrlltlK NOTF Ashlnnd Hrook U n handsome tel low with lots of substance has a bold way of going with lots of speed style and notion Ills lint crop of colts came last spring and they were one could expect they all bear big good colors with size and lots of styli and finish Ashland Hro ik will make tho present season at to Insure n llvlng colt vlll oleo stand the great mule and Jennet Jack Hilly KCOIIC nt lor wares and fJU for Jennets to Insure a living cult Hilly bytheirlncu the sire of Joe HInckburn nnd lolln Hilly Keono stands full hams black with white points mind nt a breeder Is imturpattfd at mule or Jennet Jack hU colt always bringing the highest prices Shires traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felts tho insurance mind money becomes due nt the time of such transaction KING EAGLEN- o ZMrt Vol 6A H H King Eagle Is hands ilghdark with flowing mane and tall toes all the gaits with plenty of speed style Dlld acton ITDIOKEI aHired by Iloyal King tan ho Time 745 he by Stonewall Jackson11On Kings lit dam Molllo Mounts sMIwasby the sire Oabbells I exlng ton F S KIna Eagles tat dam Illp she by Knglo Ulrd he by Old King Ka 2d dam by Red Lion Srd dam by Itarrlsl Denmark he by Millers Denmark 45thoroughbrediouKingEagle a breeder of line colored and high styled colts all having plenty of size and action ills colts will show for themselves King Eagle will make the present season of liui at our stable two and onehalf inllot West of Stanford on tho Hhelby at the SIll to Inure n living cot- Willalso stand the great mule jack Jim Kvenent 0 for tRRrea and KO for Jennets to Insure n living colt Jim Keene11n by the 1st John Wetlsgnddam by Heeoher Jim Keene Is IMf hands high black with white points a great mule Jack the slro of and two yearold that won first in their classes laty the Kentucky State Fair WOODSPhone t the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KttUltkyICapital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIHEOTORSt J B Owsloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford AV H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsII Cummins PrcnchorsvHIc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Prospect 2087 A Se H R At SJ5 to Insure C C S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 JZ Mites Wof Hustonville ThU combined stulllon will make thin sin sal of IIU at Ij wn Merc Stork Farm SW UraFfordpenteri Hlntlonat inane it living coUI mares traded or parted with or bard to ano ther horw without consent oftnillon owner tlulonIr Train If i lml nt ncHMHwble rates All bill mutt be irnld 1w tore rvmovnl of mares Maws ntru l will receive our p attention iHit we netberwanslblefor or es ws handshighAmolelufgreatbeautl of fret mid le iwlUi Ute lot u ok heat InKypinegIPingunder wtiilli A lMnutirulnr tot upoinctly at proper place A very Im fin tuivlnatlni hone He It a hors of z un1nd r a1 3ea IN THE BATTLE CLOUDS MLOONSt CIRCUS WILD WEST- 1PAINEDMIMALSNOWS j BIS OUTDOOR ACTS ntmMKUHHlNt A RELAY RAMS F7rTE WORKS WSPLAVC I UWESCfLDREN FREEst lien A real pleniure to look nt liy halter In hnrnets or under saddle IIOhlrliy murk KaileTI he by Klna William TIIIIIJoe AlkliiUah Inl dam Hunk Munint r iKMimiirk 4th ilam Illnck Hawk nn IlKMAHK WeMkr lraiirt tn utTiTtnn I the serpleea of Iroipert to the puiilii Firslt nUIt he Is nit vievptlonnlly ilnv pore t Homlb titintflf Thlr cans hts ilis are nr that imrtleulnr nixt nrtlon that Iniurvnthc lirpotlrrsnf rind Mli at it reiiiunvnitlv miles for illlmr thr ewaukaiwiln nhow horse of thlsdiur rrmlMmt has teen n Phew horse from colt winning ninny blur tlrsInthis amid other State Wns wlntir yeerollformfirst in hlsolKH tthhnIlO Ion wa r emu with nn pre wirethmo inrillii sonic r the mo l lintel ior i s In the UiilU l HtatstindiT U KAddle As nn lixtlTt liinl h ranthigh a n br ilvr he priniilnni io take ih front runk What more eou Id on inmmir- f f A H K rAHIKNTKH Vlionr Hustoiivllir Ky Ixohnng Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEHGRESCENTROOTE TO T1m Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale II you Intend taking a trip rtQ out blink and map for Informitlon H C KINO C P At 101 Cut Main St Lexington Ky Name Mdrttt Destiaatlon IHNAO4ir tJAI17 UtJ 7 tOtJJ OUIJTOO MJJ GEORGE HARRIS Residence For sale I I desire to sell liy residence on Portman Avenue This is a now modern uptodate houeo4 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall above hot and coldwater in bath room and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that is known today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 2000 I S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing