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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r o I- e e THE INTERIOP JOURNAL pr r YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KYI FRIDAY JUNE 11 1909 NO 30 a Bobbins Babble This li my third weeks sojourn at Stanford which Is quite a thriving pleasant place to reside permanently or temporarily If I did not live nt Crab Orchard I would live at Stanford When thus court li over I am due at Mt Vernon Lancaster London Yosemite July 3 If Mr Q R Jones and I agree upon terms lie has asked how much I would take I have answered Thus hot weather would convert our court into a barren desert were it not for a few beautiful feminine oases in terspersed here and there in the audience tike islands In the ocean All along the t highways of life nature has strewn her lovely fragrant flowers some In the garden and the most beautiful in the- I i parlorIn to Constant Reader It I will say that no constant reader of the INTERIOR JOURNAL can be an Ignorant 1manor a very had man When I was my article on the abuse of the pardoning power the lawyer and the client In jail occurred to me but 1 meant that a governor could not consti tutionally or legally pardon a fugitive from justice If after conviction the defendant appeals his case and runs off the court of appeals very promptly dis misses his appeal Sometimes a cnmi i nil will say I will come In and sur render if you will allow me to give ball It Cant let you off to light as that you are dictating your terms Surren der and submit to the courts and then we wilt consider the question of bail FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT Kentucky Fair Dates u Stanford July 213 days Georgetown July 275 days 1 Lancaster July 283 days Winchester Aug 3G days Danville Aug 43 days I Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 06 days Taylorsvllle Aug 104 days Harrodiburg Aug 123 days Lawrenceburg Aug 17I days Burbourvlllo Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyvllle Aug 216 days Elitabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nicholasvllle Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days t Could Not Be Bettor No one has over made a salvo oint I I ment lotion or balm to compare with Uucklenj Arnica Salve Us the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Hums Uralses Sores Scalds Bolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Soro Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands its IIU prcmo Infallible for Piles Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store FOR SALE and tnmll wheat corn and tolmcco torlllOIII rich and tree fromilono urge ritlJecct and fauns Good rnllroiwl connec lions Unit offer It Iwrguln nt P5 to 0 nn acre Iong tllIIlIl11111n IIIAKLKY Howling Orcen Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING 1 am prepared totlo nil kind tot turveylna nml civil miglnetrlnic promptly My wurk- will tw Runritntrwl nml my price are rvn lonable Write me nt JoKIIID or call ma over the telephone through the lluitoiivllle Kxchnngo- WAbTKUMcKINNKY At McKinney Ky and our Htnndnrd Ilemody the knownIn i ney Trouble nnd dUeiues Impure blood It tint no equal It li itiniiu fnctured under the pure food not of Juno manufacturer ii- I thelteutedyItakenaecordingtodtroctioneand of tbo WIIIId wo will lour money We can do nothing more package 1 contain yin doto n reRUtered guaran tee and mulling card with full Instruction We send It to any nddresi by cDlptot II per package or six fort J Better order n Iwx today It token In time you mlllll save II btlt doctors bill Remember II you take the Humed accord Ing Instruction and Aro not oollelltltl you your dollar back You will not nnd tutu In utorei for Inle It Is sold anlylitYUIIINltIttLIA51K Agent INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm i Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count t U CRAB ORCHARD The play Among The Breakers given by local talent for the benefit of the Baptist church Tuesday night was a decided success In evey particular Each one performed his part so well we feel It our duty to mention them separately Miss Clara Collier as the fortune teller acted her part to perfection Miss Pearl Collier as Bees Starlight rescued many lives and re ceived several marriage proposals in a moAt graceful and realistic manner Miss Lad Nuckols made quite an impres lion upon the audience in the way she disposed of her lovers Loll Morgan acted to perfection tho part of Biddy the waiting maid Thomas Moore kept tho audience lively by his perfect role of Scud tho Negro waiter Pettus Hayes madn a fine Irishman and his wooing of Biddy was perfect Earl Baker acted the part of Bruce Hunter to perfection and Maurice Perkins made a fine representative for the Press and his wooing of Miss Daze showed ho had had some experience inthat line Bragg Thompson acted his part fine as Clar ence the heir Charles Buchanan who acted the part of keeper of tho light house performed well although ho only had about four days to practice having to take the place of a member who re signed The receipts were over tO A well behaved crowd felt amply repaid for attending and all unite In prais Inlt Miss Georgia Lewis for her man agement in the affair and kindly thank the people from adjoining towns for their assistance Mr Victor Tate of Mt Vernon treated the audience to several beautiful songs Miss Mahony of Stanford playing tho piano accom painmcnts and Mr Bragg Thompson also entertained at the piano The proceeds are to bo used to paper the church OTTENHEIM Wm Marahbanks of Garrard was visiting relatives in the section Tho farmers are greatly behind with their crops owing to thn recent rains Rev Geo D Verco preached at Pine Grove church Sunday to a large crowd Joe Lawson has bought tho Skelton Coleman farm and will take charge at once Richard Harris who has been very low with pneumonia Is able to sit up now Mrs Adam Petry who has been III If some better There are several largo tobacco barns going up with a greatly Increased acre age of tobacco being put in which also means an increase in the prices of land The tobacco fever is raging Every farmer is setting out his best spots of land In tho weed and S M Chandler has set out his entire garden in tobac co Several farms have changed hands In this section each seller realizing a handsome profit it seems that the Germans are getting rich trading with one another p Men Past Fifty In Danger Men past middle lifo have found comfort and relief in roloys Kidney Hcmedy L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered frow kidney and bladder trouble and several physician pronounced It enlargement of tho prostate gland and advised an operation On account of his ago we wero afraid ho could not stand It and I recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy and the first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle bo was no longer troubled with this complaint Now Stanford Drug Co Whisky in the legal suingof tho word Is whisky even when colored or flavoring matter In added according to an opinion rendered to President Taft by Lloyd W Bowers solicitor general of the United States Ho holds that as such coloringand flavoring have been used in all history of whisky such ad dition can not be illegal or incompati ble with the name whisky The decis ion however is not the final word in the case Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Lifo Pills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but morehes tickled over his now fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all bo cause stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at Pennys Drug StoreA tablot on tho residence oc cupied by Jefferson Davis the years from 1875 to 1878 was unveiled in I Memphis Wednesday by Miss Lucy White Hayes granddaughter of the President of tne Confederacy Everyone would bo benefited by tak Ing Foleys Orino Laxative for con stipation stomach and liver trouble as It sweetens the stomach and breath I gently stimulates the liver and regu Isles the bowels and Is much superior to pllla and ordinary laxative New Stanford Drug Co l 0 NEWS NOTES LaGrange connty Ind went dry by over 300- Presque Isle Mo was literally wip ed out by fire George Ade the humorist has been elected a trustee of Purdue University Indiana I Randolph the largest county in West Virginia has been made dry by remon i stranceMiss Ellen French aged 52 commit ted suicide by drowning in a pool near CorydonDuring an electric storm in Bourbon Bush Ranso was struck by lightning and killed Jasper Gambrel shot and probably fatally wounded Wash Sergent in liar Ian county Prof Ernest Fox Nichols of Colum bia University has been elected president of Dartmouth- E D Jones founder of the industrial concern that grew to bo tho present Detroit Shipbuilding Co is dead lie was nearly 90 years old An earthquake occurred at Coplapo a small seaport on Coplapo Bay Chill The walls of numerous buildings were cracked and considerable other damage was done No lives were lost Fred Mohric who killed Constable Sam Young several weeks ago was as sassinated in the corridor of the Grim inal Court building in St Louis by Wil liam Kane a former deputy under YoungAt annual election for the board of trustees of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York William H Potter president of the Chemical National Bank was elected to succeed Charles D Dickey resigned Charged with having taken funds of the bank Frederick II Brigham head bookkeeper of the Merchants National Bank New Haven Conn was arrest ed and held in 10000 bonds for the United States Court Three arrests were made Tuesday of men charged with being implicated In the shooting from ambush of former Sheriff Ed Callahan Those under ar rest are Govan Smith his brother Elisha Smith and levi Johnson James Bludeworth and June Weekly linemen were electrocuted at Enid Okla whllo employed In repairing wires at the courthouse In some manner they came in contact with non Insulated wires 2300 volts passing through their bodies The strike of the Georgia railroad firemen for seniority of whites over Negroes passed formally into tho arbi tration stage Tuesday when the firemen announced Congressmen Thomas W Hardwlck of Georgia as their arbitra actIM Gorman Walter Campbell A C Baldwin Ed win lieU and J M Scott were sen tenced to a term of six months in jail and a fino of 200 and costs each in the United States District Court at Cincin nati for using the United States mails to further schemes to defraud In several arrests made in Columbus Marion and Dennison Ohio Federal in spectors and detectives who worked in conjunction with them in tho case bn licve that they have unearthed the big Best and best organized branch of the Black Hand in this country Marion Ohio being probably the head of the organization Chief Postoffice Inspector Charles Holmes of Cincinnati who is in charge of the work which has re suited in the arrests so far made is au thority for tho statement that evidence has been secured showing that the gang operating from Marion and with lines reaching into n number of big cities of the country have fleeced different per sons in Ohio and other States out of thousands of dollars in tho last few months by tho application of Black Hand methods Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely In face form and temper aro the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric Dltters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charm women owe their health and beau ling them 60c at Pennys Drugstore San Diego Cat has a wonderful clock with 20 dials which tell simultane ously the time in all parts of the world also the date and month It stands 21 feet high and four of its dials are each four feet In diameter IThe cleverest Imitation of real Cof ShoopsIand is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts Sample free Penny a Drug Store late HUSTONVILLE McCormack Myers Vaughn shipped a car of 80 pound lambs to Louisville MondayMr Wheeler and son Dr Carl Wheeler are spending a week at Atlantic City The Jumbo ball team defeated Mc KInney Saturday at McKinney by a score of 5 to The home 3ICreek burned Saturday with hold goods No insurance Mrs A B McKinney entertained Miss Lucy Alcorn and other friends on Tuesday evening at an elegant dinner By quick work the home of Burdette Powell was saved from burning last Saturday A defective flue was causeThe work of setting the largest to bacco crop ever put out in the Wes End is about completed and the plants are growing rapidly The best ball game of the season was played here Saturday Liberty defeating the College team by a score of 3 to 1 Both teams played fast ball Terry Newell have secured an ad justment on their grist mill which makes the very beet quality of graham flour and thereby fills a long felt want The ladies of the C W B M desire to express their gratitude to all who in any way contributed to the success of the muslcalo and supper given on the evening of the 28th James Yowell sold to Will Lillard 74 1400pound cattle for July delivery at 6ic About 3500 lambs have been shipped to Louisville and Cincinnati from the West End in the last 10 days for which was paid 6 to 61c Tho vim with which the ladies of the C W B M push their business is cer tainly commendable They will have a small surplus after paying their Centennial assessment which was quite heavy for so small a membership The home of George Coffman on Har ris Creek was broken into last week and a coat pistol and razor stolen Lairs bloodhounds trailed to the home of Mack Magill colored at Milledge ville but he refused to allow his house to be searched Pryor Young and wife of Liberty were guests of Mr and Mrs J W Hoskins Mrs Rosa Cloyd of Burn side is visiting M K Wilson and wife Mrs Grace Carpenter Robinson of Knobnoster Mo is the guest of Mrs D S Carpenter for a few weeks The ladies of the C W B M kindly ask the postmaster and all the mer chants here to save all their waste pa per and they will call and get it Their waste paper committee will arrange receptacles for it and be very thankful to all who will in this way assist them The Baptist congregation here is to be congratulated on securing for their Sunday school superintendent Mr Wm Pcavyhouse who in three months has increased tho membership from 35 to 100 Rev Jones the pastor is preach ing each evening this week All are cordially invited Cards announcing the coming mar riage of Miss Llda Rose of Henderson ville N C to Mr Charles Brown Bar bison of Junction City Ky on June 16 have been received here Miss Rose is a grand daughter of the late Dr Geo Hunn of Shelby City and has many friends and admirers in the West End Mrs Thomas Reeves presented her husband with a 73 pound boy and an 8pound girl on Decoration day Born to the wife of John J Newell a daugh ter Geneva R H Givens of Biloxi Miss will spend two weeks of his va cation this month with his father Mr G M Givens Cliff Anderson of Dan ville was here on business last week Mr David McCarley of Okolona Miss a cotton planter and merchant is here with his many friends and rela lives Mrs George L Bradley has re turned from a visit to relatives in Lex ington John Lutes and Miss Elizabeth Lutes are spending n few days in Lex ington Fred Gornett and Miss Emma Warren of Stanford were guests of the Misses Lutes- J P Goode has been summoned to serve on the Federal grand jury at Richmond In July M II Graber sales manager for tho Stonega Va Coal Coke Co spent last week with the fam tiles of Wm Dodd and D H Skinner GA and J M Eubanks attended the funeral of their sister Mrs Polly Col son who was buried in Buffalo ceme tery Stanford H F Waller of Oko lona Miss is spending a months va cation with frienes here 0 C Root and wife of Louisville and T K Bohon and wife of Mt Au burn III spent two weeks with Dr and Mrs J T Bohon JF Jeffries and wife of Louisville were also guests at the Bohon home Mr Chester Carter and wife and Mrs Mollie Carter of Anderson county are spending the week with Mr and Mrs M Eu banks Wm Cabbell and wife are with Mrs Fannie Allen Goode of Covington is spending his vacation with his parents here U and S D Yow ell are on a prospecting tour to Richmond will atop spend a few I days in Washington Q I L t i OXFORDS Fa tFF tffN+ tfifffH+fFffi Green White Tan Ox- Blood a and Black f i vi IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 fork i Men Women OIIdt Children Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Now is The Time for Lawn Mowers Hay Rakes Hay Forks Mow ing Blades Ice Cream Freezers Fruit Jars Gar den Hose Sprinklers Binder Twine Harvesting Oil c Call on well HIGGINS KentuckyL Use Arnolds Buggies There is nothing better We paint Old Ve hicles and make them look like new Get our prices We solicit your trade- R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position JO get the latest matket quotations at any time This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get a sunrthat is email compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wo can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL tG TEL CQy s nCoaroaAvaDmC 4 The Interior Journal IEoc WALTON t ICOL NOEL GAINES who was tak l en up by tho republican administration for delivering the alleged letter of Gen to Judge Lassing which was to show the falseness of Gov Beckhama prohibition professions and given a fat sit has been peremptorily ofIcharges against Adjutant General P P I Johnstons administration of his office There was a rumor that Gaines held a r tfuurye1rcontract with tho present administration I to be taken care of bur this dismissal if not simply for o JohnI 4Gov Willson is wise however if h will profit by the experience of his distinguished predecessor who after hav ing aided Gaines had him to turn against him with all the fury of a serpent warmed to life in the breast of his savior TIDE Confederate veterans have once 9moremet in reunion and returned to their homes The gray and grizzled host many of them lean and weak is fast going the way of all flesh and the diminishing number at each reunion tells the story of how fast they who were the flower of the earth are taking their places in the silent chambers of the dead May they all hear the wet come plaudit You fought a good fight you have kept the faith enter into the 4 joys of thy Lord TUB newspaper of today is a great institution and wonderful ipdeed is its inventions and resources The North American published at Philadelphia celebrated its 10th birthday Monday with a big edition one section of which contains 16 pages was devoted to praises and criticisms of the paper by prominent men from all over the coun try accompanied by pictures of the I writers It was one of the cleverest pieces of advertising we have ever seenTnn solicitor general has decided that if the liquor is at least half the product of grain it is whisky otherwise the de coction is something else But what difference does it make to us when liquors of all kinds are in the contraband list I The best of the vile stuff is bad with some of it worse So let those who are interested fight over the mat ter which we can regard with supreme indiffence THE attempted assassination in Breathitt county of Ed Callahan Judge Hargis right hand bower is another proof that they who live by the sword will die by the sword A vile creature who will from ambush shoot down in cold blood a man whom he dare not face in open conflict deserves a death worse in torture than those invented by x Spanish inquisitors in their most fiend Ishmoods r THE Shriners have been very much in evidence in Louisville this week To dress up like a Turk with flowing blue in breeches a many colored jacket and wear a red fez may be funny to the I young fellows but what an old sucker can get out of such foolishness is a lit tie past finding out unless on the hypothesis that all fun is imaginary a theory of the pessimists WITH 70 candidates before the repub lican primary for county offices in Pu laski tomorrow the political pot is boiling there as never before We hope i the best men may win and that the stereotyped expression the election passed off quietly will describe the result but if there is not a killing or i two all signs go for naught this hot rajnyweaMier t IN Omaha if you swear over the phone you are liable to a fine of 100 But what is a poor fellow to do when central keeps him waiting till his pa tience is exhausted and then tells him the number he wants is busy i espL es but this is the first fashionable at tempt to do so in reality- POLITICAL Former Mayor Robert W Bingham is a candidate for the democratic nom nation for Mayor of Louisville Clarence J Owens of Abbeville Ala was elected president of the Sons of Veteranskin tho Senate believe that an agreement will be entered Into to vote on the tariff bill Juue 26 Gov Hadley of Missouri has signed the bill prohibiting the smoking of ci garettes in public places by persons be tween the ages of 15 and 18 years A Washington special to tho Globe says President Taft will veto the tariff bill unless the Senate and House lead ers effect reductions at some stage of the passage of the bill through Con gressJohn Norris chairman of tho Com mittee on of the American Newspaper Publishers dreaded the Seria te Finance Committee ia a plea for free wood pulp and lowerf iIlIA IC nf NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John S Adams aged 63 died at his home in the Middleburj section this weekMiss Stella Thomas daughter of the late J C Thomas is dead at Phil Casey county Charles R Baugh of London who was thrown from a horse at Deming N M a few days ago died of his in juries decideddwas proper not paroled again Ho was sent up for 21 years for murder Robert West of Lancaster repre senting Kentucky hemp growers is in Senc ator a some further concessions for that sta passedea negro about three months old was left in the wait ing room at the depot Tho baby was left by a colored woman who got off of the 11 oclock Southern and boarded the midnight Cincinnati SouthernAdvo- cate The Court of Appeals reversed as to Gilllspie and affirmed as to Harp the judgment of the Whitley Circuit Court in the cases of Charles Harp and Clyde Gillispie against the Commonwealth Both were given 10 years for tho murder of James Anderson Hal Denny a good citizen of Burgin was shot by a Negro named Dan Carr and probably fatally wounded Denny claims there was no provocation for the deed Carr was arrested and a mob formed to lynch him but he was spirited away to the Harrodsburg jail Prof E L Grubbs while at Kings Mountain four months of this year prepared threo graduates for examination for common school certificates and they successfully passed the May 1415 ex amination at Stanford although one was a boy only 12 years old the son of Dr J M Acton formerly of Junction City Junction City cor Advocate- MATRIMONIAL Ashford Wilson and Miss Flora Alice Denny were made one yesterday- B B Reddicks of Washington coun ty and Miss Myrtle Steele Timberlake the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs G T Timderlake of the West End were married in Rev R B Mnhonya office by Supt Garland Singleton Rev Ma hony took part in the ceremony Charges that a degree of divorce obtained by Grace B Guggenheim in 1901 from William Guggenheim head of the socalled Smelter Trust was obtained through fraud and collusion were made in Chicago A rule was issued on the principals to show cause why the de cree should not be set aside James E Gooch a prominent young farmer of the Goshen section and Miss Zella Holtzclaw the pretty and popular daughter of Mr J T Holtzclaw also of that section were married Tuesday morning The ceremony was perform ed by Eld J G Livingston and was a very pretty one They left at once for a bridal trip to Cincinnati and other cities Mr Gooch is a son of Liiburn Gooch Here and There Dudley Cook died at Georgetown as a consequence of injuries recently sustained by a fall from a John R Eden who had practiced law In Illinois for 57 years was found dead in his chair at his home in Sullivan men were hurled Intoa burn ing building while fighting a fire which broke out in the plant of the Nova Scotia Furnishing Company at Hall faxNew Orleans was chosen as the next meeting place of the Aucicnt Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine in tho meeting of the Council at the Scottish Rite Cathedral Louis ville While working in the slaughterhouse of his father Tavlor Collins a butcher of Frankfort Earl Collins aged 25 years slipped on the bloody floor falling on the point of a butcher knife held in his hand Tho blade pierced the young mans heart killing instantly CHURCH MATTERS There will be a Childrens Day ser vice at the Hustonvillo Christian church next Sunday at 1045 A M- Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Subject How the Gods Mako Men As a result of the publication of his book The Function of Religion an rgeBthe Baptist church at a meeting of the Baptist ministers of that city Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It Is the weak nerves that arc orying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test it and seal Sold by Pen nys Drugstore so1riouslyblast furnace at the Wheeling Steel and Iron Company Wheeling W Va Pains of women head pains or any path stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by san nys Drug Store countysernsr c FARM FOR SALE 188 acres of which about 135 arc in grass excellently improved abun dantly supplied with uufuiliug water 4 miles from Lexington courthouse on Main pike Immediate possession SECURITY TRUST COMPANY Lexington ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I I A fine blue grass farm for sale tltuated on new pIke near Point Leaven und ilx miles Routh of Lancaster acres welt located In MX1 neighborhood being part of Ute John Walker tract with n haunt Eomo new twostory sevenroom residence thereon with all necesstr outbulidln sand good new tarn 40x80 Well watered six runningtbroughTJIUUIcnah In hand balance one nnd two years from day of sale bearing six per paidPersons place nleasn write or leo V U WALRKH Htanford Weak Kidneys nlJNernsornnIand strengthen them Dr Shoops RcstoraUre li ft mtdidne SBedacally prepared to reach these almaUwell If year back aches or Is weak U the aria scalds or is dark you hate sjraaptoms of Brlghts or other dlatreuing or dangerous kid Her disease try Dr Bhoop s Ilestoratlre a month wWdo ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Markers nnd Post Cemetery and Lawn Vntesnml Settee Ofltco and works Mo tinny Ky CONCRETING I We nre In position to do nit kinds of con crvting sucus Work 1nviuienti and In fact wo can make any thing trout t house down to n fence pot We can servo you promptly and guarantee nrtclnls pricebeforePHILLIPS BROS s Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Onice P5 Insure with me nnd be fully protect- edSafeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and mostadequate safe guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is contptcuous for economical manage meat liberality of Its policy contracts fair dealing with Its members nnd large returns to policy holders The compnny Is lust entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of n successful business career with more 1I11nUparticulars stating age nnd whether married or to 1tMNl1Vt1ANi1 HpeelaiAgL rdJamesHollcltor for Itockcastle Oo nnOur lino of Men Boys and Childrens Clothing is more complete than ever before Come to see them before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY I have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the best wagon on the market for the money See them before buying as there has been a great improvement in their construction ST PENCE STANFORD K- YMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition We also state that our Spring Lino la now complete To save money como and seo and bo convince Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies jMisses and Children and our line of Gents Shoos will certainly please Hunan and Walkover linos are hummers surfago strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal CUAiuBeWUEELExIl J l I jI J1I SUMMERj I pt lJ1 It t At last the hot weather is here and it calls for LightWeight c l Shirts Light Cool t LowUnderwearShowi t 4 wI Gauze Socks Straw and Panama Hats Low I Collars and Narrow Ties These are the ar tides needed now and we can furnish them in many prices and patterns t4 r H J lIIcROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY EJgE EEEtEf EEaEm mmfanIt Is customary for every drugebt to claim to be best In prescription works Good claim but we cant all be best 1This store claims ability capability facility complete stock of drugs 1t telW the goods the equipment the ex mpCflencc 1 ImaBAre You Going To Build While wo are hero to build the Lincoln county court pause and ehouldIthe building fever strike you why not have a little talk with iw n a better position to build you a nicoyBrick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to put It a building up for n considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too small and tho distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not Wefurnishfree of charge FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER OUR LAWN FENCE j is n less expensive and better fonceIItim wood More ornamental dura ble and a time saver as you needno saw hammer and nails to keep it iu repair Call at our store sea the beautiful ydhtho r GEORGE HI FARRIS Stanford f j JJ JfiV 5 Centsrr A Vf + l Uieprico of abort lengths in Brown Cotton a 7c value 5 Cents For Short lengths in apron Gingham tho 76 kind SCents For choice of 10 good patterns in Hamburg and inArtonusually sold at 8 cents f w h Hj The Interior y STANFORD KY Jwn 11 1000 =r ICE CREAM soda water at Penny Drug Storo L PERSONALS MORRIS littlo son of J L Jarvis is III W O WALKER was In Lexington WednesdayMiss WAtutEN Is visiting in LouUvlllo MR WILL SEVERANCE was in Lout Tille Wednesday MISS MINNIE SINE Is visiting relatives I In Indiana and Ohio MR S J DELL and son Addison spent last week In Casey MR D T CLARK of Park IV III 0 was here attending court this week JUDGE JAMES DENTON of Somerset was here attending court this week MR P K TUMBLE of Danville passed up to Mlddletboro Wednesday THOMAS AND ELSIE COLEMAN are with their father at Cary Dell county MASTER JAMES THOMPSON of Mt Vernon visited his slater Mrs L R Hughes I MR R E HENRY of the Lancaster Record passed through to Louisville Tuesday MISS SARA DAUQIIMAN has returned from a protracted visit to friends atI Catlattsburg MISSES ALMA FITZGCRALD and Ora Guthrie of Danville have been with Mrs J L Jarvis WEAREN nAIL of Kansas City Is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs George D Wearen JOHN M MOUNT writes us to change hit I J from Rocky Mount N C to Grlfton that State and An MISSES ROBERTA OBANNON nie lioltzelaw havo been elected teach I ers in tho Stanford Graded School MRS S II ALDRIDGB and baby of I Garrard spent acvcral days with Meek dames Will Stono and U S Traylor MRS SAM JOHNSON and daughter Miss Florence Johnson of Lancaster were gucata of Mrs R M Newland Miss ELLA LEE BARNETTE has returned to her homo In Hustonvlllo alter an extended trip through the West 10 MRS C K BECKETT and daughter Miss Frances Beckett of Kansas City are visiting Mesdames C E Tate and T A Rico REV L 0 AVERY and wife of Farmer City HI who have been with Mr and Mrs J L Jarvis loft Wednesday for Richmond Va MR F H MILLER made a quick trip to Atlanta this weeK He left hero Sunday night and returned for break fast Tuesday morning MRS S C TRUEIIEART of Nashville orders her paper sent to Montcagle Tenn where she and Miss Mary Myers havo gone for tho Summer MRS J M IRELAND of Corinth is with her son Prof J W Ireland She Is accompanied by her two grand child ren Gladys and Margaret Ireland MR M D HUGHES was on Tuesdays i train returning from Louisville Mrs 1 Hughes who went with him remained and Is visiting her son Mr It E I Hughes Tills office had a call Wednesday from i Mr J Leon Nuckols and pretty sister Miss Lalla Rookh Nuckols of Crab Or chard They were accompanied by Mr Hays Foster- Mas y JAMES F HOLDAM and Misses Marie and Virginia Mahony went to Crab Orchard to seolAmong tho Breakers ple of the Baptist MR J S Wednesday to ace his daughter Miss Pauline Denny Hocker graduate from Transylvania University Sho received tho degreo of Bachelor of Arts Miss NELL WARREN has from Cavo Springs Ga where taught this year Miss Josephine War ron will arrive tonight accompanied by her aunt Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta DR W M DOORES left Wednesday for Shelbyvlllo Ind whero ho will vis it hladaughter Mrs Charles Spclglo for a while From there ho will go to Chicago and spend several months with his daughter Mrs Livingston MISS REGINA SCHUBTEN of El Paso r J Texas who has been the guest of Miss Lalla Rookh Nuckols of Crab Orchard left Monday for St Louis where she be by her brother and mm- therealiey will go to Europe to be Rope a year LITTLE Miss PEARL EMORY is qultoI Miss GRACE OTTER Is with Louisville friendsBORN to the wife of Adolph Vanr Grucnlgan a daughter JOHN N MENEFEB JR is with the rest of the Shriners In Louisville MR JOHN B NEVIUS wife and baby of Lebanon Junction aro with his mother hero Miss STELLA RUPLEY Is at homor from Omaha Neb where she tho past year Miss BELLE ROOT of Danville Is spending tho Summer with her brother Mr A D Root Miss MATTIE PAXTON went over to Lexington to see Miss Paulino DennyI locker graduate MR W I WILLIAMS of LancasterI went to Louisville Wednesday to see his sister who Is very UIcMR T B HAMMONDS of Stanton and son Dr J T of Baldook were here Friday Liberty News MRS L A FARISS and Miss Ama Barker of Hustonville were guests Tuesday of Mrs H D Aldrldgo MRS W N CRAIG returned fromI Frankfort Wednesday night She littlo Shelton Marshall Saufley very ill MESDAMES JAMES OWENS of Arte mud and J H Durham of Bryants vllle are guests of Mr IL D Aldrldgo and family Miss JEAN and Master James Alex ander Paxton entertained a number of their little friends with a delightful party Tuesday afternoon MR J H BRIGHT and wife did not locate at Dallas N C but went on to Rock Hill S C whcro their daughter Mrs H R Mills residesIMRtI A N TAYLOR of Augusta Kansas in Casey county at tho bed lido of her mother Mrs M Rector Wednesda LOCALS LlDDEY cut glass at Mueller BINDER tWIi Higgins SEE our 225 washing machines Gee II Farris I SEE our Glass Ovcndoor Range The newest and beat appliance for ranges George II Farris I THE Ladies Aid Society will meet at the Christian church at 230 oclock prompt Saturday I FOR tho next 30 days I will sell ge ranlums and all kinds of pot plants at cost Ed Hubbard THE Infant son of Mr and Mrs Isaac Shelby Jr of tho Shelby City section lived but a few days TAXES taxbooks 1900 arc now ready Come In and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff FOR RENT Bestliverystable iI Crab Orchard Near depot and conven lent to traveling public Hotel Leon Grub Orchard Ky THERE wjll bo a great game of ball at Lancaster this afternoon when the Lancaster and Richmond teams will lock horns Game called at 330 A brass band will bo on hand SINGLETON BROS of Crab Orchard lost a pocket book containing a check on W M Monk a S5 bill and some papers Finder can keep the money if ho will return the book and papers DUNN ADAMS lot sale in Danville tomorrow Saturday afternoon prom- Ises to bo largely attended A number of Lincoln county people who have money to Invest will go down and bid I I A MEETING of the 15 postmasters of Lincoln county will bo held in the Stanford postofflco at 230 r H Juno 14th to form a leaguo for the good of the service Lot all the P Ms bo on hand dlIAVE you seen tho new Imo of White man ferns for ferneries at the Stanford Greenhouse Also the Very best bedding plants Geraniums from 50c per dozen up Special attention given to cut flower orders Lena L Hampton Florist Logan Ave Stan ford Mn J A HAMMONDS who Bold his store at Hubble two weeks ago has bought of Mr A J Wcddlo his 120 aero farm near Hustonville at 85 Tho farm Is known as the Emmett McCor mack place and fa a good one Mr Hammonds will get possession Jan 1 We hope Mr Weddle who la a most excellent citizen will not leave Lincoln county l E In Addition to They r on Sales this week and next we offer other attractive bargains Wo are constantly looking for arid placing within your reach attractive merchandise This epnco is kept busy heralding tho fuel that Severances Store is tho place to trade Goods that appeal to your tAste and make your purso glad Come this week end next to get the Remnants IFOR best binder twino call on T D Nowland SEE thocompleteanduptodate on the market at Farris PLACE your order for wire fence be fore the advance Geo II Farris +TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton FOR SALE Cow and German seed C C Carpenter Huston ville BEDDING plants are now ready and we are ready to put them out Ed Hub bard JUST received a cp e dfwire fenc barbed wire and nails George H Farris LOOK In Tribble Pencee handsome closets for Mrs McClarys hand painted china MY solo of etcwill com menco at 1030 Monday on courthouse square Mrs E Higgins EVENTUALLY you will uso Denhams Coal in your cook stove Why not begin now and save tho difference 7 Yards at Stanford and Rowland THE neighbors and friends have my heartfelt thanks for their faithfulness and many kind deeds during the illness and death of my wife J C Colaon SWALLOWED CARBOLIC ACID Little James Hester fiveyearold son of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs William H Ilea ter got hold of some carbolic acid Tues and drank a half teaspoonful He was fearfully burned and for a time it was thought that he could not live but he was doing nicely yesterday with good chances for his recovery This closo call for thn little fellow should be warning to those who leave the dangerous fluid in tho reach of their little ones MR J L BROOKS theLexington Gazette was hero Tuesday advertising the cheap and delightful outing that paper Is arranging for For 2250 ono can spend a week at Algonac Island the city of tents The paper guarantees that the railroad fare Pullman service and board en route on the island and returning shall not exceed tho above amount It is about as cheap as stay- Ing at home For further particulars see Miss Ella Mao Saunders who is Letting up a crowd which will go July 20th COL W P ToN was down from Lexington today for tho first time In about 10 days He has been busily en raged in setting up offices In the Phoenix Hotel where he will carry on a brokerage business on a modest scale Reports have been numerous since Mr- i Walton retired from tho newspaper field in Frankfort that he would enter journalism at somo other point in tho State but ho stated with emphasis the other day that he never expects to run a newspaper again Frankfort cor Courier JournalC- IRCUIT COURTLaz Fern was acquitted of tho chargo of horse stealing Virgil Hunt was given a year In the pen for breaking Into a car at Rowland Dud Bicknell was acquitted of a similar- chal1o George Bongo tot two years for forgery Tho grand jury adjourned Wednesday after returning 66 Indict vents The case of M G Murphy against G A Walter J B McKee and J W Acton now has tho attention of the court Mr Murphy built a pike from Kingsvllle to tho Casey county line but the work was not satisfactory and the three gentlemen compos Ing the committee for tho county would not receive it About 2500 Is asked for FOLLOWING Is tho program of the El ocutionary Contest to bo given at Wul tons Opera House Wednesday night next 16th Address by the Chairman non W H Shanks Miss Mary Rob erts Somerset Subjects The Fiddle Told Miss Duncan Foster Richmond Subject Aux Itallens Vocal Solo Miss Mary McRoberts Danville Miss Lucy Walker Doty Lancaster Subject ULilly Sevossos Ride Miss Pattle Crunv Danville SubjectUA Mono loguo Violin Solo Misa Em Smith Danville Miss Nell Atkinson Harrods burg Subject Paulino Pavloyna by T N Aldridge Miss Mary Kate Al exahder Georgetown Subject Select ed Bass SoloProf J W Ireland Stanford Piano Selection MIsa Kate Newtend Stanford t J 4 r CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer of quality at Muellers I BUY a new Perfection oil stove if you I want the best Geo H Farris THERE was no shoes w nt Theatorium last night but will be open tonight Attend SIMS wagon ahero yester day and left lots of the healthgiving Olympian water COURT day Monday If you owe this once any thing please oblige us by calling in and settling I MR T J RODINSON executor of J C Robinsons estate sold to Frazuro Hurt the stock of furniture at Lancaster at cost carriage and 100 TilE Christian Endeavor at Turners villo will have an ice cream and strawberry supper Saturday evening In the school house at that place Everybody invited BROWN Mr W Brown an aged and respected citizen of Casey is dead after a protracted illness He was a brother of Mesdames Levi Myers and Isaiah White of this county Aand a good man I THERE will be no fair at Crab Orchard this year tho association having gone into liquidation It Is probable that another company will be formed and tho grounds purchased by time to havo a fair In 1910 WE desire to thank our good friends and neighbors for their kindness to us in the illness and death of our dear wind mother If they are not rewarded on earth we hope they will be in heaven Henry Blankcnship and children BEN D HERNDON son of Capt William Herndon has been nominated by the republicans of Garrard for county attorney What the democratic nominee for that office Joseph E Robin son will do for him will be abundant WE print the premium list of the Lin coln county fair which will be held at Stanford July 21 22 23 Read it over and note the liberal premiums offered The fair of this year promises to be the biggest and best over Make your arrangements to attend TILE worst cloudburstinyears oc curred around Point Leavell Garrar county Tuesday and as the result of ItI Slavins store and a blacksmith shop were washed away two livery horses belonging to J W Sweeney of Lancaster were drowned and the driver rarely escaped with his life A bridge on tho was washed away and traffic was delayed many hours Great damage was done fencing etc Many of our zees are drifting towards Brights disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trou bio which Foloys Kidney Remedy will quickly cure New Stanford Drug Co Lucytherold daughter of Mr and Mrs Adam Whittaker of Buckeye was drowned in Hlckman President Clarence LeBus is to re dive a salary of 15000 for his servi ces this year Ed Callahan must die is tho bulle tin reported from Crocketsvillo by telephone J F HILLGraduate Optician Stanford Ky Onice In M O Vnndereeri store on Knit Mnln street All work guaranteed Also keep in itock nil assortment grupho phone and n full line of records J N DYEJeweler and Optician MKINNEY KENTUCKY Look up that old that your Jewel er told you could not lid repnlred We wit I worK It Into new Old rings remodeled with turonvtmounting lleit 1 1 CO spectacle tested tree work n specialty flue McKinney Woolen Mills McKlntuy Ky rIs now In operation and Is rendy to serve tho nubile in Jeans Limeys lllnnkets Flannels Yarns nto Will either irk wool or oxcbango goods for It High est market price for wool OH WHIG JIT Vror The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis cose can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE ry 4 Cents Yard for Wash Torschon Insertions for trimming LineDo Suits or Cotton Goods 534c For choice of a good lino Dress Ginghams usually sold at lOcv 5 Gents Per yard for 36 inch Bleach CurtainiD apery the 7c kind r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY II JournalI churchI afternoonI Remnants graduating JJR Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin 10 Per Cent Discount i IiUntilat 4 trl iO Per Cent Off 7 i We will give TWENTY FIVE PER CENT OFF on any Skirt left in our house Also quite n number of odds and ends and remnants that go at cost and less than cost This is strictly acost proposition If you want to save money this is youropport nity x I HUGHES MARTIN CO shoeslSTANFORD L If American field Fence Ti I J I Strongest and Best A CariJust Received The Price is Lower 31i I W a PerkinsCrab Orchard Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000iSurplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER j WROCHESTERTELLER- H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSl J B Owsloy Stanford S ILL Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John U Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T O Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE e i in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville W and Brodhead r HB NORTHCOTT StanfordII s u I The Interior Journal Mnleredin the Pod Ofte at Stanford at I jitondolaH matter L a N TIME TKBLE 21 Mouth 11 IM P x 9s louth110a A K JNors North 4W A K North BST 7 K 71 TAX tI 140 PM1 Agentt86borso power boiler and engine nna iitw Imilllor ale Will aell either or both I OCTAL KNBSLIX Ottenhelm Ky Postofflce Waynesburg Ky Stock of Merchandise I for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro ceries and Hardware Doing a good bull Hess Will Invoice about 1500 llenion 111 health OKO D HOPPEU Stanford K- yASPRICE r f Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building 7 Eczema is Curable a scientific preparation fot 4tetanal use Stops itching instantly the germs that cause skin 1lllJf He Eczema qalckl1 yields and Is permanently cured by this C1 SMtidne Druggists Write fort yfe E W Rose Med Co St Louis Pennys Drug Store a When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethera price business suit or the finest evenln clothe will have that Individuality and a which plainly Indicate they were made tyour measure I will aUo take your mesa nrH lor extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on band ready for your inspection HO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form 3f ItchingSkin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I grnslandthe Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKluney under renee plenty of water and good tobacco land lee grow ngtcrop 3 ADIVENS Agen- tdlcKinneyKy CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best ns well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreath purposesIn above I have all kinds of vo jotables on hand at reasonable IIOUSESIKy WtWDDL HIDESAIID FURS a GIssmgGolcea ping LouilYilleoWrite foryouthin tags We furnish wool bags trees M SABEL SONS C T BUIHIDIN fees I JLBeazleyCo 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur uiture Mattiug8Rug They n willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I I STANFORD KENTUCKY L Ce McClary YMertaker Embalmer and Wiiier I ntHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY KM Prtee iG HewePLOM IIr r 1 YH1 ri FARMERS DEPARTMEMT R L Murphy bought 100 sheep In Casey at 3New wheat Is being sold at Denton Texas at 145 to 160 W C Cundlff bought for 45CO Vaughans interest In Vaughan HerI rens roller mill at Liberty Dcering twine binder secondhanded but in good running order for sale cheap Stigall Bros Moreland Bald Hazard owned by Embry Bros of this place ran last in a field of eight at Latonia Tuesday It was his first startA E Hundley Son have purchased the farm of W D Nave which joins theirs on the Harrodsburg pike The place contains 251 acres Advocate The man who has not taken advan tage of the wet spell to set out his tobacco deserves not to have any of the weed this year There was never such a season Large barns of E W Scott near Waddy and B G Long near Finch villo Shelby county were struck by lightning and burned together with all the contents- T M Green owned by Senator R L Hubble won a great race at Laton ia Monday He not only broke the track record but defeated a good field A number of the Stanford sports cash ed tickets on T M Green Mad Mullah NoteIt is reported that the Mad Mullah has a band of hunters on the Roosevelt trail near Nairobi dayataYou hot Somali men said he Must get some great big game for me The rhino hippo and them all Compared with this are mighty small spokegWere on were on they yelled in glee Now turn us loose and you shall see How quickly we will go and find That great game you have in mind IMad Mullah grinned for well he knew hunting stunts his band could do Good hot Somalis said he then Now scatter and come back again With that big game for if you fail The bunch of you will go to jail You said you would dont stir my ire You know how I despise a liar Youll have a corking time I hope And bring him hither on the lope The hot Somalis bowed and skipped Resolved to have the big game nipped Mftd Mullah in the desert hot Waits wondering if they will or not W J Lampton N Y World The Return He sought the old scenes with eager feet The scenes he had known as a boy Oh for a draught of those fountains sweet And a taste of that vanished joy 1 He roamed the fields he wooed the streams His schoolboy paths essayed to trace The orchard ways recalled his dreams The hills were like his mothers face O sad sad hills I 0 cold cold hearth J In sorrow he learned this truth One may return to the place of birth He can not go back to his youth A Thrilling Respue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A bard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that bawled an ex pert doctor here Then I paid 810 to 816 a visit to a lung specialist In Spo kane who did not help me Then I went to California but without bene fit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Pennys Drug Store I At a meeting of the trustees of Syra cusp University Chancellor James R Day announced that John D Archibold had given 300000 to cancel the mart cage on the property and that during the year he an additional To avoid serious results take Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such is backache urinary irregularities exhaustion and you will soon be well New Stanford Drug Co partnerAin the circuit court at Detroit Mich an of all the property of the brokerage firm of Fred Osborne Co m A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store granitetoby the United States Government in the Confederate section of Finns Point national cemetery at Salem N J Preventics those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an 1 quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once Mel 4825o old by Pennys Drug More jiaB AWnPTATlUMSTANFORD KENTUCKY Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 21 22 and 23 IJ e First Day July 21 MULES MULE CLASSNo Best mare mule colt under 1 year 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No2 Best horse mule colt under 1 year 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 3 Best mare mule 1 year old nnd under 2 IChOO 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 4 Best horse mule 1 year old and under 2 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 5 Best mare and mule colt colt at side 15 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd HORSES SADDLE CLASS No 6 Best horse colt under 1 year old 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd I No 7 Best filly colt under 1 year old 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 8 Best mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 9 Best mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 10 Best mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 u 20 66 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd r PHAETON PONIES No 11 Best phaeton mare or gelding any age 15 hands and under 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd THOROUGHBRED HORSES No 12 Best thoroughbred stallion mare or gelding any nge age considered 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS 12J4 Best suckling colt either sex by Beau Naboth 3500 815 cash to 1st Season for 1910 to 2nd 85 cash to 3rd SPECIAL CLASS No 13 Best fancy turnout single horse decorations not considered stallions barred 1500 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd WALKING CLASS No 14 Best walking mare or gelding soundness not considered any age Ts 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 15 Best pair of mares or geldings any age 25 00 20 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 16 Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 15 00t10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 17 Best mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 18 Best pair any age regardless of set color or ownership 30 00 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd i r COMBINED CLASS No 19 Best mare or gelding any age 30 00 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 20 Best stallion any age 5000 30 to 1st 15 to 2nd 5 to 3rd Second Day July 22 JACKS JENNETS AND MULESI No 21 Best jack any age age considered 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 22 Best jennet any age age considered 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to and MULE CLASS No 23 Best mare mule 2 years old and under three 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 24 Best horse mule 2 years old and under 3 10 00 1 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 25 Best mare mule 3 years old and over WOO 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd i No 26 Best horse mule 3 years old and over 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 27 Best mule any age 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 28 Best pair mules any age regardless of sex or color 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd To be shown to a farm wagon with heavy harness No 29 Best suckling colt either sex by y Chester Peavine 35 00 1 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd v HORSES HARNESS CLASS No 30 Best gelding 4 years old and over I 30 00 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd No 31 Best filly colt under 1 Year old 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 32 Best horse colt under 1 year old 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 33 Best mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 t 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd S T HARRIS President 0- ia er No 34 Best more or gelding 2 years old and 1 under 3 i 1500 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd Ir I No 35 Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 1000 I 1 to 1st 3 to 2nd to t i i I PONIES No 36 landS1 to 1st 3 to 2nd a No 37 Best stallion mare or gelding not over 52 inches show optional 10 00 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd No 38 Best pony driven by boy or girl 1000 7 to 1st 3 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 39 Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 40 Best stallion 4 years old and over 30 00 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd HIGH ACTING HARNESS CLASS No 41 Best mare or gelding any age 30 00 20 to 1st 10 to 2ndwROADSTER CLASS No 42 Best mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 2000 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd v HARNESS CLASS No 42 H Best rockaway mire or gelding any age u 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd No 13 Best stallion 4 years old and over 30 00 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE CLASS No 44 Best saddle stallion mare or gelding any age t150 00I00 to 1st 40 to 2nd 20 to 3rd Third Day July 23 1 HORSES HARNESS CLASS No 45 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 46 Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 10 00- S7 to 1st 3 to 2nd SPECIAL CLASS No 47 Best mare and coltcolt nt side either sex regardless of breeding 15 00 10 to 1st 5 to 2nd SADDLE CLASS No 48 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 J5 00 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd tNo 49 Best mare 4 years old and over 30 00 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd Y COLT STAKE No 50 Best colt either sex 50 00 135 to 1st 10 to 2nd 5 to 3rd t 10 per cent entrance fee to enter by July 17th Seven to enter nnd five to show NEW YORK SADDLE CLASS j No 51 Best walktrot and canter mare or gelding any age 20 00 15 to 1st 5 to 2nd ROADSTER CLASS No 52 Best mare or gelding any age 30 00 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd PONIES No 53 Best pony ridden by boy or girl rider l not to be over 12 years of age 10 00 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd V1 No 54 Best fancy turnout under 54 inches decorations considered drivcnbyboy j orgirl jwfcbo f SFlivf 87 to 1st 3 to 2nd l HORSES V Q No 55 Best stable 4 horses handled by one 3 man 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd h HARNESS CLASS No 56 Best 008204o1stSADDLE CLASS t No 57 Best gelding 4 years qld and over 30 00 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd v tv SPECIAL CLASS No 58 Best fancy turnout single horse deco ration stallions barred 20 00 815 to 1st 5 to 2nd t k MODEL RING t No 59 Best stallion mare or gelding 15 OOf a 810 to 1st 5 to 2nd HARNESS CLASS No 60 Best pair any age regardless of sex color or ownership 3000 820 to 1st 10 to 2nd 4 COMBINED CLASS No 61 Best stallion any age 20 00 115 to 1st 5 to 2nd hl 1 SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER CLASS r 4 car No 62 Best stallion mare or gelding any age 150 00 1 890 to 1st 40 to 2nd 20 to 3rd J T CUMMINS Secretary j u 1 o I