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JN THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STAMFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 26 1908 NO 24 CHURCH MATTERS The Right Rev William McClosI completed his 40th year as Bishop of tho Diocese of Louisville Sunday- A Methodist general conference In session at Baltimore has been remarkable for tho number of attacks mado on ministers propoaod for elevation to bishoprics The general assembly of the gout crn Presbyterian Church met Friday at Greensboro N C Dr Moore of Richmond Va was elected moderator on tho second ballot novoBaxter P Fullerton of St Louis was unanimously elected mod erator of the general assembly of tho Northern branch of tho Prosbyterit Church which met in Kansas City Rev Father Joseph F Lubcley aged 33 years pastor of St Josephs Catholic church of Salisbury Mo was stab e bed twice with a pocket knife and perhaps fatally injured in church by Joseph Schuottc a prosperous farmer liv- Ing near there who is believed to havb become suddenly demented Next Sunday 31st will bo observed all over the State as Adult Bible Clai Day Mr J W Vaughan of Louii vllle one of tho field secretaries of tho State will be with us and do most of the speaking Mr Vaughan is one of tho best in his lino of work and wo can expect great things of him and not be disappointed The program will be as follows for Mr Vaughan 030 to 1030 A will visit tho Sunday schools will preach at tho Methodist church 200 r M Childrens meeting at the Disciples church 3 Devotional at tho l Prcsbytian church 31G Tho Organized Adult Bible Class Movement explain ed and discussed Its Work and In t portaneo 780 Popular mass mecting at the Baptist church Subject The Sunday School Awakening All are cordially Invited to attend these set vice J L Yandle Kentucky y Fair Dates II The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1903 Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 day Georgetown July 285 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 C days l Burkcsvllle Aug 11 4 days lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourvllle Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 5 days Monticello Sopt 8 4 days There Is a Pink Pain Tablet mad by Dr Snoop that will positive stop any pain anywhere In 20 min- utesJ Druggists everywhere soil then an Ir Shoops UoadadioTabloU but thpy stop other pains as uaslly ai headache Dr Hhoops Pink PaIn Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain cantors that Is all Pain comes from blood pressure con gcstion Stop that prossuro with Dr Snoops headache Tablets and pall is Instantly gone SO Tablets 26c Sold by Pennys Drug Store YH said tho suffragist on the platform women have been wronged for ages They have Buffered in a thousand ways There is one way in which they nev er MtTcrcd said a moek looking man standing up in tho back of the hall What way is that demanded the suffragist Thoy have never suffered in si lenccTit Bits Weak woman should road my nook No 4 For Women It was written expressly for women who are not well The Book No 4 tolls of Dr Shoops sight Cure and Just how those ooothing healing antiseptic supposi tortes can bo successfully applied lure OOOK and strictly confidential medical advice entirely free Write Dr Shoop Raclno Wis Tho Night Cure is sold by Pennys Drug Store Will Jeems alias III Ki tho Negro murderer who lined his escape from tho insane asylum at Lakeland had terrorized the Negro population of Shelby vine and Louisville was killed by police officers of Shelbyville who fired 40 shots at him A pessimist says that ho has always noticed a man loses all his money and consequently of his friends ho can count on hlI next baby being twins L Notice Ch okon Raisers It 411U ours choloru gnposroup canker and Hint mock Jrlco 60o No cure no pay Guaranteed by Now Stnnford Drugo 1Of all tho oil ds in tho world the remarkable i that at Summer land Cat whererly 200 wells are being pumped in the urf of thq sea- L Charles F Potter a of tho wealthiest men of Simpson county died at Franklin Sfc IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Garnett Witt aged nine awallowc a collar button and choked to death at destroyed the big tobac co barn of Mrs Lizzie Uurrus near Sal visa Mercer county Mrs George W Evans who was Miss Minna Crutcher of Richmond Is dead in New Mexico Thomas Alexander of Danville ages 20 was drowned while fishing in Di river near Kings Mill Paint Lick has waterworks installer and in operation and li now perfecting plans for an electric system Prof George Simmons who reslgne as president of Madison Institute Richmond has changed his mind and will continue with the school Jack Cox one of the oldest freight conductors In point of service on th Q Cwas killed by his train at Burnside Saturday He left a wife and young daughter Col Jack Chinn was given a verdict of 2500 in his suit against a paten medicine company which he charger with using his picture and a testimonial without authority Mrs Mattie Wcstmullanc who is 5 years old arrived at Lexington Sunday having walked ICO miles from her homo In Wayne county to see her two sons who are in tho State Reform school thereHerschel A Long of Hopkinsville won the title of king of the Centra University Carnival a social and athlet- Ic affair given annually by tho students by capturing tho largest number ol points in theTransylvania Central tract meetMrs Theodore Dunn Sr died at her homo near BryanUvlllc after an Nines duo to a complication of diseases She was nearing her BOth year and wa connected with the large relationship ol Dunns of Garrard county She leave several grown children An unknown Negro was killed on the railroad track about two miles south of Corbin For several weeks a crowd al young men have been running Negroes out of town and when this Negro came In the crowd started him south shoot- Ing their pistols No reason has beet learned why they killed him Several men have been arrested The jury in the case of Charles Coop er for killing Blevins Hudnall in Bell failed to agree and was discharged Ten of tho jury stood for conviction for first degree murder ind two held that Cooper was Insane The trial began Wednesday United States Senator elect Bradley represented Cooper find the plea of Insanity was entered for the eXIpertMATRIMONIAL At Williams town Ben Justice and Miss Hattie Morrison were made one The bride is only 13 years old William Estcs and Miss Colest Walls of Junction City were united in marriage at the court house Judge E V Iuryear performing the ceremony Advocate A pleasant surprise for the host of friends of the popular young couple was tho announcement of the marrlagi if Mr Henry Hunt manager of the Bijou Roller Rink and Miss Van Gillis pie daughter of Mr and Mrs C C jllllspie Somerset Times The Worlds Best Climate la not entirely free from disease on the high elevation fevers prevail chile on the lower lovols malaria Is ncountored to a grouter 01 less ox ont according to altitude To over fume climate affection lassitude nularla jaundice biliousness fevor md ague and general debility the lost oiTcctlvo remedy is Kloctrio lilt ors the grunt alterative and blood mrltlor the antidote for every form of lodlly weakness nervousness and In lOmnla Sold under guarantee at ennys Drug Store Price 60o Returning to tho neighborhood from which ho had fled after killing Miss Nlnl1 E Doano by shooting her in her grandmothers homo in Brooklyn be auso she had rejected him Lipman Kessler made away with himself on upon street in New York by shooting himself in the breast Mrs S Joyce StCluro mont N II writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Poles Cldnoy Cure It cured mo of a severe oaso of Kidney trouble of several rears standing It certainly is a gland good medlelno and I heartily euoinmcnd It1 Pennys Drug Store The Farmers Union held a meeting at Paducah to discuss tho tobacco situation Tho proceedings were secret but the organization decided to handle Its own crop this year Tho joint resolution providing for the emission of u part of tho Chinese Indemnity arising out of the Boxer roubles of 1900 was passed by the louse NEWS NOTES IGov Willson has declared June Flag Day- Patrick McCarthy for 16 years cash- Ier of tho Deposit Bank of Paris died in a Lexington hospital Ike Watson a Negro was killed by a sheriffs posse near Columbus Miss He had killed a policeman and was resisting arrest The next annual conclave of the Knights Templar will be held at Ash land which little city won the honor over Louisville A bridge under construction on the Harlem branch of the New York New Haven and Hartford railroad at Bay cheater was wrecked by dynamiters The jury in tho case of Abrahui Ruef charged with bribery in San Francisco has disagreed the jury standing six for conviction and six fo acquittalMrs Terwilger of Newark Ohio was found dead in her room having been choked to death Her bus band Ernest Terwilger arrested on suspicion made a confession Col J David Dyo was seriously in Jured in a runaway accident near Mays vllle The horses became frigtcncd nt an approaching automobile and Col Dye was thrown over an embankment Bank clearings again reflect a slight ly larger volume of payments through the banks though tho improvement Is quite marked at New York where stock market operations are again more ac rive All the railroads In Oklahoma are tied up by washouts Business has beer suspended in several cities which received their light and heat through a natural gas main which went down with a bridge Sabastlan Stone one of the best known residents of Versailles disappeared suddenly leaving a letter directing his attorney to dispose of all his property and turn the proceeds over to Mrs Stone His friends believe that his mind is temporarily unbalanced The worst railroad catastrophe ever recorded in Belgium took place near Contich six miles southeast of Ant warp when because of a misplaced switch the Antwerp Express running 50 miles an hour crashed into a trait loaded with pilgrims on a siding Six ty people were killed Newton Hazlett a tobacco grower was found dead with two bullets in his body at Jacksonville a small vllliage In the extreme northeastern part of Shelby county It is said that Hazlett was not a member of the tobacco pool and belonged to the crowd that was opposed to cutting out this years cropITho grand jury at Laportc Ind returned seven indictments against Ray Lamphero one each charging tho murder of Mrs Bello Guinness Phlli Guinness Lucy Sorensen and Myrtle Sorensen by destroying tho Guinness house one for arson one for the murder of Andrew Helgclein and one for accessory in assisting Mrs Guinness ir the murder of Hclgelein The case of Mao C Wood tho Omaha voman who sued United States Senator Thomas C Platt for divorce came to t sudden and sensational end in New York when Justice OGorman of the Supreme Court dismissed the com ilaint and directed that the complainant bo committed to the city prison under 6000 ball on a charge of perjury Miss Wood was taken to the Tombs Health Coffee Is really the closest offeo Imitation ever yet produced Lhls clover coffee substitute was ro only produced by Dr Shoop of Ra- olno Wis Not a grain of real oolfeo In It either Dr Snoops health coffee Is made from pure toasted gralnswlth malt nuts etc Hoally It would fool an export who might drink It for offeo No 20 or 30 minutes tedious oiling Made in a minute says tho doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store After more than six weeks of negotiations tho last details which have been standing in the way of thesigning of tho final agreement between the miners and operators of tho Kansas Missouri Oklahoma and Arkansas coalfields were settled to the satisfaction or both sides Valued SamdSame It 0 Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I toll my Icus- tomeIS when they buy a box of Dr rings Now Life Pills they get tho orth of that much gold in weight If lllctcd with constipation malaria or lllousnoss Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Storo 25c William E Strater one ofthe best known business men of Louisville wus drowned while in bathing in Harrods Creek near Guytons Mill in Oldham county Sunday- S- At Pennys Drug Store a 60 cent box of Mlomv stomach tablets Is waiting for every weak stomach In Stanford Money refunded if Mlona falls HUSTONVILLE Rev C M Sipple and wife of Jumbo are visiting relatives at London The prospect for a large crop of bluegrass seed was never better andstrip ping will begin earlier than usual Llpps Peavyhouse are the exclus- Ive handlers of Danville ice in Huston ville Leave your orders with them Barney Leigh of Kldds Store reel lessly mounted a fiery steed which proved to be a regular broncho and his collar bone was broken A stray gust of wind of cyclonic velocity swept south of here a few night since leaving a trail of uprooted trees prostrate fences and resembled the old time hurricanes- A brace of young athletes collides just outside the city limits in pioneer style of fisticuff which progressed fu riously until one yelled Pull him off pull him off quickly Tho officers of the Christian church have engaged Rev W C Willis of Bourbon as pastor for the ensuing year beginning July 1 Rev Willis made a very favorable impression on all who heard him here recently The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will serve ices cake strawberries etc at the Newton building Wednesday 27th from 11 A M to 1030 r M All parties patronizing this good cause are cordially invited to spend a social hour at the McCormack home on West Main Road Supervisor J P Denham had force of 60 men and several teams out several days last week and will work two more days this week on the road from near McKinney to Jumbo Goof judgment in the work and good roads ore companions He will give the fin Ishing touches to his work with thlatc improved road drag Mrs Ellen Green is visiting friends and relatives in Harrodsburg James P Harper of Salisbury N C stopped a few days with friends here en route to Cincinnati for n carload ol horses James Bronaugh wife and daughter and Miss Taylor of Nicho lasville are visiting J C Neal and family Miss Orpha Orene Dunham left last week to visit relatives in Tex as Howard and Harry Camnitz arc leading their leagues as pitchers in the ball arena so far this season Fred leffers of the Kentucky Wagon Co pet a week with his colleague Horace BohonNight riders have invaded our realm at last and posted the following notice on the garden fence of J B Rife Wanted some philanthropist whose ivsthetic nature shudders in viewing this expanse to work garden Having planted it at great expense of seed little time and less labor 1 should like to harvest somo returns The good wife has been too ill and the owner has not had time Anyone attending it shall have all due credit and devout prayers of beneficiary for future reward in the beyond All the owner wants is a crop creditable to the soil and his neighbor hood May 21 1908 N R A very stout bustling through the park on a sweltering hot day be came aware that she was being closely followed by a rough looking tramp What do you mean by following me In this manner she indignantly demanded The tramp slunk back a little But when tho stout lady resumed her walk he again took up his position directly behind her See here to she exclaimed wheeling angrily if you dont go away at onto I shall call a policeman The unfortunate man looked up nt her appealingly For Heavens sake kind lady have mercy an dont call a policeman yerc tho only shady spot In the whole park lore News from the New Eng land States If any ono has any doubt as to the Irture of Foloys Kidney Cure thor need only to refer to Mr Alvin m itimpson of WlHImantlo Conn who after almost losing hopo of re cover on account of the failure of so niny remedies finally tried Foleys Idnoy Cute which bo says was tlJust- tho thing for him as four bottles tired him completely Ho Is now entirely wmf and free from all tho suffering incident to acute kidney trouble onnys Drug Store Life said tho suburbanite has Its problems for a mild man As to how 1 If we raise hens they scratch up the neighbors flowers and if we raise flowers they offer temptation to the neighbors hens It is expected that the Presbyterian eneral Assembly now in session at Kansns City will make plans for an angofistic campaign to be begun with- In a year to touch every part of tho world The Nile river contains a greater variety of fish than any other body of water Asst Vacation Shoes You vacation needs nothing more than it goodlouking shoes llave you gotten yours yet You can not buy too carefully if you would insure your absolute away on trip Aching feet will the best scenery you will see Dont experiment buy the Crossett the shoe which always makes life walk easy Vacation time is reflect ed allalong the lino of Crossetts We are showing now cool low cuts on nobby lasts and in the choicest leathers Come in now and select at your a leisure the particular pair that suits you best SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc A Smile That Wont Come Off All of my customers this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE I must reduce my stock My loss is your gain This includes Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all Cottons Mycut price in sho swill be a wonder to you This includes Slippers No attention paid to cost in this sale See our reduction in LAWNS We call your attention tp our lime of Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts Ladies Furnishings of kind See our 5 and lOc line They are wonders My stock of Clothing on the market at cost In Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please you84 with us willgo as far as elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000a Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIREOTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John 13 Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Preachersville Lilburu Gooch Gilberts Creek Pirst 91ational lJan C iStanforcj kv Organized SS2 Capital Stock 50fOOO Surplus and Wndiotdtd Profits S0 OOO Jfas paid in Dividends since Organization SSI 500 ffnvito low Accounts on Our Jffortls OFFICERS J S Hooker President- S T Harris VicePtesidentj John J McRoberts Cashier II O Baughman Cashr outfit needs comfort when your spoil have every DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M t Elmore J M Pettus S H Daughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C Tate THE SAFEST AND QOO EST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPOIUTCD I I The Interior Journal IL Co WALTON J W FOLEY lia candidate for Aiiauor of Lincoln coun tyiubject tothrnctlon of the democrat party MCARTYi conn ty subject to the action ot the clemocrnti party M S BAUGHMAN Iia candidate for Hherllt of Lincoln count tubject to the nctlon of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR- Aacandtdaleforthenomtnntlonfor of the Lincoln County Court subject to Li- encUonof tlio democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Ii a candidate for In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic prl mary of June JOHN J MOSE- RI i a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the action of the Democratlo party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS J countsubjectparty D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina y ton for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party J WHEELER CAMPBELL who mis represented the democrats of McCrack en and Ballard in the last Senate has i moved to Louisville and will practice law He realized he was a dead duck fieldslf ocrats and doubtless will feel very much at home with his partners in the crime of I electing Gov Bradley to the U S Senate McNutt Charlton and Mueller Truly they are a sweet set TimE most accurate figures which can f be gathered on the status of the delegates so far elej ted to the Denver con ventlon show that of the 30 States andt territories which have elected delegates 481 are instructed for Bryan 22 for Johnson 11 for Gray and 163 uncommitted Six hundred and seventy sev en delegates have been elected hence Mr Bryan has 71 per cent instructed for him It takes 668 delegates to nominate so Bryan only needs 187 moreTun Danville Advocate suggests that county politics be eschewed until after the presidential election and we cheer fully second the suggestion It is far more important that Kentucky go for Bryan in November than it is that John Jones be nominated for coroner or Sam Smith for some other little office So suppose we cut out local politics for the while and do all in our power to re deem the good old State SWEARING at first that he would never consent it is said that Fair banks has practically consented to take the nomination for vice presi dent He hasnt been as lucky as some vice presidents notably Roosevelt in accidental promotion but he doubtless thinks that he will have a better chance with Taft If elected he is liable to drop dead with apoplexy any old time TUB temperance people should bear in mind that the liquor men are form ing an association to combat prohibi ytionin Kentucky All the wholesale men and distillers are joining and a ter rific war against local option and proM bition will be waged Our dry beiand more if necessary JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS leader of the Democratic minority in the House says the Democratic members will welcome a call for an extra session of Congress to carry out the Presidents policies and that the minority will vote against a resolution fixing a date for adjourn meat TilE CourierJournal says Wheeler Campbell was a leader in the last Sen ate Leader of the antiBeckham forces we admit but it killed his political standing at home and he changed his location because of it- t DEMOCRATS of the 10th district will hold a convention at Estill Springs July 15 and name a candidate for Congress Either A Floyd Byrd or John C C f Mayo will be the nominee and we hope it will be the latter WHILE the mercury was soaring in the SOs here two feet and a half of snow was falling in Montana killing l sheep and other stock by the hundreds POLITICAL A wealthy Boston recluse has left Theodore Roosevelt 10000 Gov Hughes signed the bill making it a felony to conduct a bucketshop in New York State J t ar A G Patterson of Pineville has an nounced for the democratic nomination for Congress in the 11th district The House rejected the malt subsidy proposition of the postofflc appropriation bill by a vote of 145 to 151 Mr Bryan says that the liquor ques tion is not a national issue and is a matter for the people to decide at homeThe indications are that the appro priations of the present Congress will exceed 1020000000 an increase of 100000000 over any previous session According to statements of House leaders in Washington no action look ing toward the expulsion of Representative George L Lilley of Connecticut is contemplatedThe Committee on Banking and Currency voted by a substantial majority to recommend the passage of the Aldrich joint resolution creating a currency commission TheHouse passed the campaign publicity bill with nn amendment by Mr Crumpacker aimed at the reduction of the Souths representation in Congress This will assure the defeat of the bill in the Senate Senator McCreary has been appoint ed a member of the Interparliamentary Union for Peace and Arbitration which convenes at Berlin on Sept 10 The only compensation attached is traveling and hotel expenses President Roosevelt is letting it be come known that if Congress adjourns without passing currency legislation he will veto the omnibus building bill which contains a number of appropria tions for Kentucky Republican members of the State Board of Control of Charitable Institu tions say that they have found many useless offices and will ask the Demo cratic members to join them in cutting down the forces employed Under suspension of the rules the House passed a bill appropriating 100 000 to enable the Secretary of Agricul ture to cooperate with States and with private owners of woodlands for the conservation of the forests Representative Langley of Kentucky having secured the passage of a bill providing for holding terms of the United States Court at Jackson in tends next year to ask for an appropriation for a Federal building in that cityCongressman W P Kimball Introduced a bill in the House of Represen tatives at Washington to appropriate 25000 for the erection of a monument in Lexington to the memory of General Isaac Shelby the Hero of Kings Mountain and the first Governor of McCreary has filed with the Senate Committee on Public Buildings statements showing the need of im provements to public buildings at Dan vllle Catlettsburg Winchester and Lawrenceburg and will appear before the committee if permitted to make an argumentHon D Newcomb has made a formal announcement oflhis candidacy for Congress subject to the action of the Democrats in the Fifth district Mr Newcomb served two terms in the lower house of the Kentucky Legisla ture and was candidate for Speaker in one of the sessions The general deficiency and the mili tary academy bills the last two of the great appropriation bills were passed by the Senate The deficiency bill car ried appropriations aggregating 18380 016 and themilitary academy bill 914 867 Complete agreement was reached by the conferees on the postoffice appropriation bill and the report was agreed to in the Senate Here and There William Davidson a wealthy plow manufacturer dropped dead at Evans ville Ind Over 40000 deaths have resulted from the famine in the Usoga province of Uganda East Africa W D Lawler an herb doctor who died in poverty at Evansville is said to have buried a large treasure at Hen dersonIt estimated that the coal bill of the Atlantic battleship fleet on its cruise around the world will reach 5 people are known to be dead 5000 are homeless a dozen or more re ported to have been drowned in Fort Worth and North Fort Worth as are sult of the greatest rise in the history of the Trinity River President Castro of Venezuela has issued a proclamation announcing that no new cases of bubonic plague have developed within eight and the will be thrown open to domestic trade May 29 The court martial of 11 Revolution ists including four women which began a few days ago at St Peters burg has resulted in the sentencing of four of the accused to death and six to periods of penal servitude One was acquitted A CaliforniansLuck liThe luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklenss Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured mo of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Don C Edwards was declared the Republican nominee for Congress in the 11th district no other candidate having put up entrance fee with Chair man Siler for the primary called for June The Democratic congressional com mittee of the Third district has called a convention for June 30 County mass conventions to elect delegates will be held June 27 Sixteen men were injured by the ex plosion of an airship 300 feet above ground at Oakland Cal It is believed that two of the injured will die Cures Gapes Instantly BAUDSTOWX KY May 41008 One drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a caplng chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken In stantly When fed In feed or water It is the best preventive 1 have ever seen Will Coomes Ilpoortof ho Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK- at Stanford In the mate of Kentucky at the close of business May IIIKHH- E8OOHOK Loans and Discounts 10559O- venlnittssecurwlnnduniccured IT llomli to secure circulation Gfib Premiums on U H bonds IJM U- OUonds securities etc 8t 00 fixtore 04I SI Other real rotate ownitl sao Due from National Hanks not re terveaRenti 0111530- Due from Htnto Honks A hawker lilt M Due from approved reserve Agents 61140 Checks ami other cash Itonu 7M M Note of otherNatlonal Hanks 0KM Fractional paper currency nick eisand cent mi U Lawful Money Reserve In Hank vli Specie II7Tl C- OLegaltender note yTSOOO 17531 00 Redemption fund with U H Treasurer II per cent of circulation ffro 00 la Mt 3 LIAnilITIKH Capital Stock paid In VCHO C- OHurplus fund 17rtO 10 Undivided profits less expenses nnd taxes pald JS89 01 National Hank notes outstanding Due to other National Hanks Wrn11OI Due to State Hunks and Hankers Individual deposits subject check Demand certificates of deposit 07S1 IG Bills payable Including certifi moneylorrowed to NoW H State of Kentucky County of Lincoln ss I John J lcHohurl 1blr of the iiliovt named bnnk do solemnly swear that tint above statement la true to the bet of know9edgeand Subscribed bIlfISJrd day of lnYIIIi W M Hrlght N V TllttJ Report of the Condition ofIThe National Bank of at Ifustonvillato the State of Kentucky at the slow of business May II ItKDOBKCKM lootII Loan and Discounts J1371W M Owrdraftstecured and unsecured l2u 48 U Honds to secure circulation 1BOOCO Ranking houiefuriiltureand H- xturrs JWW 00 line from National Hanks not re servo agents 6727 Duo from State Hanks A Hanker 1421 Kl Due from approved rcserveagents 8 IJI3 Checks nnd other cash Items 4081 Notes of other National Hanks 1780 I1 Fractional paper currency nickel nnd cents 102 U Lawful Money Reserve In Hank vis specie Hasten Legnl tender notes UO 00 IJTSU 00 Redemption fund with UH Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 82500 I 51519151 MAIIIMTIKS Capital Stock paid In Ytt to ius luml 11lIt Undivided protlt less uxpente and taxes paid Ztsm National Hank notes outstanding tolUII1 hue to other Nntlomil hawks ajai w Individual deposit subject check 733074 JilVJWOS State of Kentucky County of Lincoln sst I J W locker of t bUIIIKIVIII1RIllt11 lunik do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tint It of my knowl edge and iHllif J W UocKKii Ciulilur- HulMcrllied and sworn to before methis 22ml day of May J MIosklnsN I My commlmlon expires feb 31 IV12 Correct Atttnti Edward Alcorn T J Rohlnnon and J V 1owell Directors Report of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL SANK at Stanford Ky In the State of Kentucky at the close 0 business try U nxwauacra Loans and Discounts t 110424 Overdraft secured and unsecured VOI1 87 UH llolld to secure circulation fo11U II fond securities etc s1W10 Rankin houso furniture nnd fix tunes 320000 Due from National Hanks not re senengentslb9ZrDue from State Hanks t Hankers 7i nDuo from approved reserve agents M Cheeks and other cash Items W04 Notes of other National Hanks 510Fractional pnpi currencynlckeli and cents 14039 Lawful Money Reserve In Hank vlsi specie I15MI 4- 0Ixgnltender notes SAD Kvtiempt 1911110 Ion fund with nM Treas t urer l6 per ct of circulation 5dOO 511152 35 LiAntHTirn Capital Stock laid In t 8HjtO Murplu fund SOUOU Undivided profit Ion expenses Iud tnxix iild 31011 Nntlonnl ibink notrioutitnmllnK 501100 Due to other Nat Dunks 5336 Due to State lank nnd IIIIhankers 1W Individual deposits subject to check 2W7VO fl JW740 01 Reserved for taxes ISWIIII State of Kentucky County of I W M IlrlKht Cashier of bunk do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to thr It of knowl edge and belief W M IlntnuyCashierH- ubscritwd and sworn to before me this 21st day of May I J J McKoberlsN Correct Attest N11 Shanks J II Ow UyJ11 Fouler Directors Will Exhibit At Stanford on Saturday May 3- 0COMINGIN ALL ITS MAGNIFICENT SPLENDOR Jones Enormous Shows I 1400 MEN WOMEN CHILDREN HOUSES BEAUTIFUL SHETLAND PONIES ELEPHANTS AND CAMELS 400 EUROPE AND AMERICAS MOST NOTED LADY AND GENTLEMAN PERFORMERS ACROBATS LEAPERS TUMBLERS AERIL ISTS EXUILIBRISTS AND JESTERS JO of Amercas Funniest of all Funny Clowns A Troupe ot Highly Educated Dogs Shetland Ponies Monkeys A Herd of Performing Elephants A Most Magnificent PerformanceAll Featured and tendered With Per fect Precision in the Vast Tents A Mile Long Line of Golden Glittering Free Street Parade Massive Open Dens and Cages of Rare Wild and Costly Animals Beau U ful Horses Trappings Chariots Tableaux Floats A Cavalry of Richly Costumed Ladies and Gentlemen From All Nations of Music etc All Positively FREEat Noon on Day of Exhibition This Enormous Show Never Divides and will Positively Exhibit Afternoon and Night at Stanford Saturday May 30 Hustonville Friday May 29 e I G SUITS I At last the warm weather has come when men begin to shedtheir heavy garments for something light cool and attractive We want to remind you how well prepared we are tolserve you Of course you know there are only three garments to be had this sea sonthe old reliable neverchanging ever dressy Blue SergerBrownwas very popular last Winter but de cidedly more so now because of the many many different shades from dark BROWN toythe lightest TA- NSLight j Greysar- ealways good but better this season than usual These are nearly all made with full bloomer trousers with cuff bottoms with a 4 range of prices from 10 to 25 Ot H J AilcROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY BICYCLE REPAIRS Double Tube Tires 3 and 350 Each Single Tube Tires 150 Each Inner Tubes M W and 125 Each For all Bicycle Repairs Call on Us PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Claims Notes And r Accounts i Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United States V Claims of all kinds carefully looked after in all parts of the country i Real Estate of all kinds sold andXexchang ed Correspondence solicited Somerset Real Estate Agencyof Somerset Ky I I IItr Y The Interior Journal STANFORD KT MAY 20 1008 RED Cedar Flakes are made from the wood of genuine red cedar and ore a sure protection against moths IGc a package drug store PERSONALS GAIT D II COVEN has taken boa at Mr W G McUcei Mn J F CUMMINS and wife return ed from Wllmoro yesterday MRS J R HARRIS who has been qulto sick ia able to be out Miss LlLUB MARTIN of Somerset visited friends here last week Miss JOSEPHINE CARPENTER is wi t Miss Virginia King in Danville MR AND MRS W M DUNCAN left Sunday for their home at ScotUvillc Cot D W TRIDDLE of Richmond visited his slater Mrs P P Nunnelley DR H GUY DALLOU and wife of Gray town 0 Are with their parents hereMR W K SHERIDAN of tho L N spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J S r f eRice- l MR J D CARTER one of Garrardi best citizens is very III with pneu monla DICK HAMPTON and sister Miss Pearl Hampton attended tho Conclave at Lebanon MR C T DOIION of Lebanon pass ed through to Tennessee Sunday to buy 4more Jersey cows s MAROAUET AND HOOKER are at homo from lIamlltonIColloge Lexington Miss ESTHER Uurcn who teaching at Rod Springs N c is atI home for the vacation MISSES EMMA WARREN and Stella McClary spent Sunday with Miss Mat tie McClary at Richmond MR D W VANDEVEER and family of Richmond have been guests of Mr M 0 VanDeveer and family t MRS J M PHILLIPS and little son Foster Reid are visiting the family of countryd lives at Elk Valley Tcnn dropped in yes terday and subscribed for the I J CHARLES HUFF Is visiting his home folks in Casey Guy Brady Is working in his place at J M Phillips store Mit Vic OWENS and wife who have been living at Leewood W Va are here with his mother Mrs W I tier Tin REV J MURRAY TAYLOR is attending the commencoment of tho Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville this weekMISSES MARIE AND VIRGINIA MA HONY went to Louiavillc Sunday to sec their fathers who Is In a sanitariu- there MR A S MILLER Crawfordsvllle Ind has joined his wife who continues ill at the home of her sister Mrs G C GivensIMR T C WILLS of Nicholasvillc passed up to Crab Orchard Sunday to- see his parents Capt and Mrs J B Willis at the SprlnglIMRS GEO C KELLER confined to her bed with illness for several days has sufficiently recovered to be outAdvocate WASHINGTON entertained a Kentucky bridal couple today Mr and Mrs Samuel Dean Bartley of Stanford Washington cor Louisville Post DR IIIRAM DOOUN is visiting rein tives in Lincoln county L A Pettus drug clerk for the AllenTibbies Dru Co is quite IllSomerset Journal MRS G C GIVENS has our thank for a box of good things from the de lightful dinner she gave her daughter Ion the evening before her marriage to Samuel Dean Bartley MESDAMES J S RICE and Annie Rus 18ell and Misses Minnie Sine and SuoI Taylor and Nannie Woods Engleman and Mesara R T Bruce and W B Wearen were in Lebanon last week MR ROBERT C SAUELEY of Stanford but who was for some time con nected with a drug store at Somerset has accepted a position as pharmacist in the drug store of Mr D Leo Curry and has entered upon the discharge of his duties Mr Saufley is an exper Ienced And druggist and welcomed to Uarrodsbury as a permanent residentDemocrat MRS ADAM W CARPENTER of Dan vile chaperoned a party of ladies to tho Capital with the as sistanco of Mrs Joseph Severance showed them the sights of the city The party was as follows MesdamesI A G Turner Danville son Virginia A D Piatt L H Payne A Platt Hattie Platt Payne and E T Foster Lexington and Mrs Andrew Steele YarnaltonFrankfort JournalJLOCALS CALL on T D Newland for German millet seed THAW has been declared insano and will be rcturnd to Matteawan asylum PURE S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky ROYSToNMr William forI many years a citizen of Garrard Is dead in Texas at an advanced ageC THERE will bea strawberry supper at Pleasant Grove church in Garrard on Thursday night next 28th Attend it SHIRTS and underwear Cummins WearenSEEthe D E Lawn Mower before you buy George 1h Farris COMPLETE line of ring mowers binders rakes J L Beaz ley Co IBUD tour colored died of heart Saturday night and was burled yesterday JIts fly time Get Hoppers prices on window screens and screen doors be buyI sprinkling hose in town at Aldridges plumbing shop when it stops raining Ladieshsee mina Wearen ICALL at Stanford Greenhouse for bed and cut flowers Miss Lena Hampton Logan Avo r + LOST at the county meeting Saturday week a ladles gold watch with silk fob Leave at this office and get reward OF the 23 white teachers examined 12 got first class certificates five 2nd class three 3rd class and three tailed STANFORDS cra bay team defeated Lancaster in a spirited game there Friday afternoon by the score of 2 tol BLOODHOUNDS FOR SALE Several bloodhounds trained and ready for ser vice for sale Write to or call on Miss Nannie Drown Hustonville LENA HAMPTON is doing so well IMIss greenhouse that she will be to enlarge it in order to sup ply the demands for flowers plants etc rMRS J M PHILLIPS Sn hau duck which has laid an egg each day since March 1 and on every other day she lays one wjth a double yolk Who has a duck that can beat that 7 Tilt Ladies Aid Society of Moreland will give a strawberry and ice cream supper at George Hunns store Saturday night May 30 for tho benefit of tho Union church there THERE will be an Ice cream supper on the evening of June at White Oak school house The proceeds will go toward the purchase of an organ for tho Sunday school All invited JIM TALL who was given a life sen tence at the last term of court has been given another trial by the court of appeals Tall had served two terms in the penitentiary and was given a life sentence on the third conviction WHILE attempting to catch a turkey themwedding feast the following day Mrs Lou Jones the rldetobo fell and broke her leg at her home in Rockcas tie Tho wedding has been postponed until tho broken member mends and in tho meantime the turkey enjoys both life and liberty Till Danville Advocate in Its writeup the Sigma Chi Fraternity banquet there Wednesday evening last says Tho chief speech of the occasion was delivered by lion Geo B Saufley of Stanford whose subject was the White Cross Ills address was clas sical well spoken and heartily applauded Ho was followed in a brief but ex cellent address by Hon W II Shanks also of Stanford whose presence and pleasgWALLACE Mr Ollio T Wallace dropped dead at the home of Dr Bur dette Ramsey in Garrard Friday after noon Ho had been doing some survey ing and was sitting on the porch of Dr Ramseys residence when tho end sud denly came Mr Wallace was a prom inent citizen of Garrard and was one of the leading prohibitionists in the State having made several races for governor on tho prohibition ticket Ho ran for auditor last year The burial occur red at Richmond yesterday afternoon A wife who was Miss Shearer of Mad- Ison and five children survive tilE regular term heLincoln circuit court was opened yesterday with Judge W C Bell and Commonwealths Attorney C A Hardin present Judge Bell in his charge to the grand jury di rected that body to investigate tho al leged sale of whisky in the county and make every effort to indict the violators of the law Ho also called at tention to night riding and gambling which should be stopped at any cost The grand jury is composed of the fol lowing gentlemen George Leach fore S Trowbridge C V Gentry J C Hayes Wm Campbell Arch Austin Frank Bobbitt W P White Robert Chrisman J F Gover L G Hubble- J C Pcpples The petit jury Is as follows Thomas Butt T D Best Luther Garner Bud Martin George Logan George Holmes George Gaddis D B Tudor David Scott J A Givens B D Holtzclaw W B Ashley P S Hughes S P Gray E V Carson Morgan Beazley W M Beck H M Hollow John Lutes J A Chappell George Rankin Walter Hiatt E P Carpenter W R Dillion After the charge to the grand jury a few routine matters were attended to and court adjourned until this morning NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins Wearen PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wearen JOHN THOMPSON at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night May 27 FRESH carload of Wall Plaster and Portland Cement just In J M Phillips THE U D Cs meetwith Mrs J N Saunders this Tuesday afternoon at3 Fon SALE Marc harness and phae ton Apply to Mrs Hannah L Steger Crab Orchard Ky ATTEND the John Thompson enter tainment at Waltone Opera House tomorrow Wednesday night See ad elsewhere FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky JUDGE Tnos M OWBLEY formerly of this place has bought tho Transyl vania the leading book store and job printing office In Lexington in conjunction with E D Veach who was man ager under the old regime It Is a very valuable property and the new owners are bound to succeed EB SCOWENHOVEN the Yankee far mer This is one of the characters that John Thompson represents in his enter tainment The Funny Fellows of New York If a person were affected with the rheumatism gout and neuralgia they would have to forget their pains and laugh at this character As soon as Eb makes his appearance he tells the audience that ho has lost his cow has been kicked by a mule and a few other misfortunes that have happened to him After awhile he sees the piano and has something to say about it No one being present to play it he decides to play it himself so after singing a comic song he amuses himself by play ing Turkey in the Straw In rag time The playing of this tune has such an effect on him that he cannot resist the temptation to dance although he weighs nearly 300 pounds While dancing his legs begin to get short the audience notice this and begin to laugh the longer he dances the shorter his legs become and the shorter his legs become the louder the audience laugh and as his legs are becoming shorter every minute the laughter grows louder and finally when his legs become so short that they disappear altogether then tha laughter turns to howling and when the audience are all howling together they make such a noise that sometimes they can be heard outside of the theatre for a quarter of a mile Mr Thompson will appear at Waltons Opera House for one night on Wednesday May 27 The admission is 25 35 and 50 cents Reserved seat tickets are on sale at McKobcrts Drug StoreSoetcasirThe oldcapital of Pulaski is not overly lively just now having lost tho freight division of the Q C to Danville Some of tho bus iness men are down in the mouth over the change while others take a more optimistic view of the matter and are thankful that the shops and round house are left Somerset will lose 40 or 50 families and 3000 or 4000 per month in the amount paid the railroad men but when it is told that the railroad company has paid out as much as 85000 on a single pay day it will be seen that there is only slight cause for alarm Notwithstanding the little scare building is going on right along and Somerset is Increasing In popula tion at such a rapid rate that the more enthusiastic claim there are 12000 souls within the corporate limits Stanford has a regular colony at Somerset and this garden spot of creation has fur nished some of the best people in that enterprising city Lincoln county gave Somerset her city judge Mr E S Gooch who is not only a splendid citi zen but a model official Space forbids even a list of tho many others who have gone from this city and county Rev 0 M Huey former pastor of the Stan ford Baptist church is now a leading preacher in Somerset He has done a great work since he went there and has been instrumental In increasing the membership of his church several hun dred Rev Huey is very popular with all classes and he will be kept in his present pastorate as long as the mem bers of his church can retain him Som ersot is blessed with newspapers or in other words it has a sufficiency The Journal Times Herald and Republ- Ican good publications all of them are prosperous and they each en jjy largo circulations and good bus iness generally Mr F J Campbell editor of the Journal has been poorly for some time and Is out in search of health but Capt Sam M Boone as graceful a writer as ever pushed a pencil is writing some splen did editorials while Mr Luebbing a very clever gentleman is looking after the business end of the paper Every thing is not lovely in the republican camp and if republicans do Novem ber as they now the democratic nominee for Congress will carry the great county of Pulaski The woods are full of antiEdwards men In that neck of the Eleventh district I BTILL take measures for custom made Splrclla corsets Also fit you in the latest style hats Miss Ella May Saunders THERE will be a great game of ball at Lancaster Wednesday afternoon 27th when the Lancaster and Richmond teams will cross bats EDWIN BELL a brakeman was struck on the head by a truck wagon at the depot hero yesterday and painfully cut Ho was swinging on the step of a box car as it switched past the platform and did not see the truck Dr Peyton took a number of stitches in the wounded mans scalp HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded School for the last month Grade 1 Mary Brackett Earl Baugh man Marguerite Burton Eloise Beaz ley Wilbur Connett Tilden Cooper Clara Cash Margaret Davison Bailey Dawes Sabra Estes Rachel John R McKinney Virgil Moore William Reinhart Gabe Raney Grade 2 Frances Embry Bessie Miller Catherine Harris Florence Dawes Minnie Hardin Annie R Powell Syl via Farmer hell Russell Claiborne Walton Clarence Singleton Hobart 3 Martha Raney Matsy Grimes Rosa Burke Ella Rlgney Let tie W McKinney Ethel Powell Jean Paxton Emily Murphy Grace Hurst Adclia Russell Nellie W Hart well Shanks Joe T Embry Klein Bra dy Henry Cash John Cash Joe War ner Houston Gentry Grade 4 Maud Arnold Bessie Brack ett Frances Brackett Sam Embry Ella Eichenberger Harry Farmer Tulle Goldstein Ruth Hardin Maurice Jarvis Josephine Morris Bessie Moore James Tribble Effie Ware Willie C WhiteGrade 5 Ethel Brackett Mary S Cook Annie Gray Mary Greer Docia Hardin Mary M Rancv Verner Rout Mamie Singleton Bessie Wilkinson Willie Wilkinson Boyce Hunn John T McAlister James Owsley Hobart WhiteGrade Effie Baughman Josephine Carpenter Annie Butt LaVerne Brady Marion Grimes William Grimes urade 7 Mary Gray Catherine Gen McKinneyLIllian Cooper Harris Hardin Joseph Grade 8 Morrison Bright Annie Lewis Gentry Willie Moore John M II Sallie Burdette Joseph HopperSophomore Grady Tucker Senior John Downer FOR SALE I Kbode Iilnml iced Pullet find OoekeroU KKK Irani elected pens II r IS Wild Mn llnrd young Iuek Cnll and see themMilo w J KDMIKTOK Phone Crnb Orchard Ky Adorinas Fox Ia n handsome Inrpe young Jersey null de Bcended from n long nnd unbroken line of tilt most noted bulls and cows all the Is lund ot Jersey England nod America Jill InlllOrttJIIn lieilevetome Ancestor and have n strfrtly good cowyou ahould nvnll yourself of bu service lie will he allowed to serve n limited numlier of approved regUtortd rows out ililo of our own herd this ytpr for a fee ot teach Make engagement before sending cow to Iw bred A OTTER KyNbull calve that will be told at right prices Waltons Opera House On Wednesday May II Admission 25c 35c and 50c John Thompson The only actor in the world who gives an entire Vaudeville Entertain ment alone Mr will in his original JauslcalCharacterComedy liThe Funny Fellows of New YorkThere is no other entertainment like this neither has any other actor ever accomplished such an undertaking During the performance he will sing about 16 comical songs all hits He will introduce 10 different charac ters each character of a different nationality and appropriate dialect He will play on the piano violin banjo Chinese fiddle clarinet and other instruments as he is a tine musicianHe tell about 300 funny stories and jokes some of which are funny enough to make a mule laugh As a dancer he has few equals and any person who does not laugh at the dancing of the Yankee farmer should immediately consult a doctor He is also his own orchestra and plays his own music while singing He never leaves the stage until the performance ends he dresses himself puts on his wigs makes up his face for each character right before the audience so that they can see how an actor makes up in his dressing roomHe is a whole troupe of ten vaude vine artists Including the orchestra- If you miss this entertainment you will never get another chance to see any ono like it because there is none Ileserved seat tickets are at the usual place Treat yourself to two hours of joy wi SKIRTSBL We are making some interesting prices on Skirts for a few days Perhaps you did not intend buying a Skirt We offer you a good excuse to change your mind Big lot of Skirts that regularly sell up to 750 colors Black Navy and Brown you can have your pick for 475We are offering the finer skirts in Voils and Panama at reduced prices Special Measure DC parlmflli If you havnt a Skirt that fits you just to your liking we take your measure and guar antee a f- itSEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY I SUMMER J Is upon us nt last Let us assist you in keeping cool It is just as easy to enjoy the Shady side of life Buysome of our Fans in Palm Leaf Japanese Silk Gauze Lace and paper all colors and sizes ranging in price from fete to 1 Get under one of our White Embroidered Linen Silk and Fancy Parasols at 8150 to 85 Lawns Batistes and Organdies from Tie to 8125tSilk Elbow Gloves in nil colors from 81 to 2 W to W I TRIBBLE HUGHESD- ryGoods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Brown Riding find walking CU- ltivators W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Interior Journal J L4The in the PottOffice at Stanford tU ueondclout maUe- rppaLIRH1D TOBBDAa AND lKIDA fo J00 PER YEAR CASH whea not to paid f100 will be Charge B D CARTER l Now Livery Depot Stroot Phone 96 I STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any perso trespassing upon my tarns day or night or doing to stock In traveling the put lie hfghwayi or Injury to stock from the lands of people This reward refers to present and future I also otter a spec Tal reward JM for particulars seer me I also offer two special of VO and hum eachJOCRrpenter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Deniers to and manufacturers of Omnlte nnd Marble Monuments KlrstOlais Work nt Itt nlonahlo Prices Ofllce and Works McKlnney Ky Hhop closed on Boturdol A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Hlgn Writing Draper and House Tainting Taper Hanger G MEDAIRYa Interior FrlscoDlcorator Graining Kte McKIN KW KY derv INSURA CE Fire Lightning WlndRlorIlILUA and Aeoldent None and BK8T Represented Lowest Poi llble Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying neo crd Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 Two Head of Good Butcher Stuff and 3 Jersey Cows andCal ves for sale at a Bar gain G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have ceased writing nt n time when the former needs them the most A Friend In need Is a Friend Indeed The Home In surance Company of N ytht largest nnd most popular Fire Insurance Company has nlways U now writing tobacco barns nnd nil classes of farm property They have not cancelled n single Volley even In coon ties where the tolmcco trouble has been the worst For Insurance on nil classes of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm f era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer inHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlce PUone Home Phone Y V Ji FARMERS DEPARTMENT A J Thompson sold to T W Jones 30160 pound hogs at 4tc David Thompson of Garrard Is put ting in 400 acres of com Wanted a pair of mules T B Hnn mond R R No2 Stanford Three tobacco beds belonging to Too Shadoan Son In PulaskI were scraped For Sate160 barrels No 1 white corn S B Buchanan Crab Orchard FOR SALEThree dry cows and 15 shoats J M Reynolds Wayne burg FOR SALEOne young horse will work any place Chas Butcher Crab Orchard FOR SALE75 cows and heifer fresh milkers C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky Heavy losses of sheep and lambs are reported from Dawson county Montana by a blizxard I have a lot of good timothy hay for salo at 50 cents per hundred if taken nt once L C Dunn Hustonville Ky John B Rifle wants to buy your wool this year He will pay the highest mai ket price Sacks at Hustonville See him before you sell FOR SALEOne Duroc boar n tood one and subject to register Also 20 yearling steers 20 threeyearold steers and some dry cows and heifers M J Hoffman Moreland Ky The farmers of Wood Cord county who have been holding their 1907 crops of wheat are now generally letting It go Between 50000 and 60000 bushes of wheat have been sold In that count during the past two weeks at from 1 to 103 At the Mt Sterling court there were about 5000 cattle on the market The best 1000pound steers selling at G to 6J cents yearlings at 4 to 5 cents heifers 31 to 41 cents for fat ones 3 to 32 cents old cows and oxen 11 to 2 centsGrant G Trumbo of this county has the record for wool bearing sheep He has just sheared one sheep that yielded 15 pounds and 7 ounces of woo This is about three times as much as the average shearing The marks price of wool is 18 cents so that Mi Trumbo has a nice revenue from his animal Frankfort Journal LANCASTER COURTThere were some 300 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday but buyers and sellers were far apart and a good many did not change hands Some extra good steers sold at 5c but 4 to 4ic were the ruling prices Heifers were about one cent cheaper A small crowd was present and little or nothing was done in horse and mule trading Tired nerves with that DO ambition feeling that is commonly felt In Spring or early Summer can be easily and quickly altered by taking what is known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative One wm absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after beginning totak the Resloratlve The bowels get sluggish in the wintertime the clrculatioi often slows up the Kidneys are Inactive and even the heart in many case grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoopi Restorative is recognized everywhere as a genuine tonic to those vital or jans It builds up and strengthen the wornout weakened nerves It sharpens the falling appetite and nut rersally aids digestion It always lulckly brings renewed strength life rigor and ambition Try it and be onvinced Sold by Pennys Drug- Store At beautiful Cerulean Springs in the miling Pennyrile the Kentucky Press Association will hold its annual meet- Ing the middle of June Beginning June 15 the editors and their families will spend a joyous week and Capt R S Pool the genial host whose ulinary accomplishments have made him famous all over Dixie promises the ewspapermen a delightful time says a dispatch from Hopkinsville Notice To Our Customers We are pleased to announoe that oleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles is not effected by the National Pure Food and Drug aw as contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend Its a safe remedy for children and dults Pennys Drug Store In the Elkhorn and Pocahontas W Va coalfields more than 2000 miners who have been idle owing to slack usinese will resume work this week One thousand will be put to work in the hacker and Matewan field after an Idleness of five months Godwin Scudamore the last survivor of the union prisoners who made their cape through the tunnel from the Libby prison during the Civil War is lead at Lakeport Cal lIe was 83 rears of age The White House denied a story that serious difference arose between the resident and Attorney General Bonaparte ever the question of bringing suit the New York New Haven and Hartford railroad Walter White a wealthy manufacturer of Cleveland O a broken leg and was seriously injured in the automobile races at Cincinnati aused by the overturning of his car killinghisfor June 1 It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a lario general store at Omega 0 and president of the Adams County Tele phone Co as well as of the Homo Telephone Co of Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery uIt saved my life once At least I tblnk It did It seemed to reach tho spot the very seat of my coughwhen everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches tbe cough spot It heals the sorosuots and the weak spots In throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at Pe n nys Drug Store 50c and tl Trial bottle free a Tho Senate referred the campaign publicity bill with the Crumpack amendment restricting representation to the Committee on Privilege and Elections where it will remain until the next session of Congress Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best for women and children Its mild action and pleasant taste makes it lire ferablo to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Get the booklet and a sample of Orlno at Pennys Drug StoreAttorneys a for Robert Hollowell have recommended that he accept 10000 offered as a compromise by the persons against whom a for S35QOO was recently obtained at Paducah Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Somerset pike four mile from Stanford Uontalns IS acres Good residence nnd abundant outhouses In goo1 repair For further particulars call nt hll offlcu NOTICE I All who having been and llro now trespassing on the public roods of 1ln coin county by obstructing the htgl way In any manner are hereby notified 10 remove same at once or they will lw pros cuted to the fullest extent of the law Thh April 21 H K MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge XooU FV A Mwlll ml4l1 In tatett rommunlcntlon on wicti tlrst 8nd third Monday nights of each month nt roo oclock in their hall on Main street Kta font Ky Meinbura of sister lodges are fm- ternalltlnll1 to he present O L Tviin l GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there j so little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit made to your measu taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of spring Hummer goods I Jan make from a low price builness suit to the finest dress suit Overcoats Trou irs and Fancy Vests The company I resent Is second to none llO HUFLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Stop That Cold To check early colds or Qrlppa with Prevfntlrt means Sure defeat for Pneumonia ID stop a cold with PrtTcntlcs It safer than to let It run and be obliged to cure It afterwards To be sure Ill rtmlcwill cure even a deeply seated cold bul taten earls the nleeae tllrtbe1 bred eadoa tbele earlycohls That Lette- rthats why they are called Pnrentlc QulnInelhilly If you sneeze If you ache all over think of memlcs Promptness may alto tare half you iiual ilckneu And dont forget your child If Uertlnpmbb1y60 boxes for the also In 25o bon of PreTenUca Intlit on your drureliu siting y- oPrcventics PENNYS DRUGSTORE PEYTON ly flip mule Jnrk will make th prcwn Misonat Mnreland Kyat tolnsurtallvcolt Ills n sure foal getter nnd I con liter him an extra good mule Jock Ill lulus round up nt sods high Also ntinebinokj- ackTURNER with whips polhtN II liable Inch will h rmltled to serve mnree lit j to Innir II II vlniccolt HIM his mite ott lilY form Ou1 lire extra good I have two young Jarki lunrlse and Midday that will serve II fwv lures KratU My Wilkes hor- sendependence Chief ill serve a limited nUlllbr of nmr snt tst iHiiron living colt IiKlnixjiiileni Ohlofi ht dam by Gamlwttn Wllkoi with live pro duelng dllm anti sired OtIClIIlIlIllIlr 1111 KINO Moreland Ky Morgan Denmark This line stallion will innkt the present aeon lit the low puce of eight dollars to In UeumnrkInall11antiny Iowa by his pedigree Morgan Iinniiiurl nulred noted stallion On filii- whoKe iHKllgreu truces lack to the ImiorKK ledgeford Morgan IWin mirks lint diun ndy Morgan Will Use of the best saddle use show iniirrM In Kentucky Hhe woe nlrcd by tonowallJuuksonrJ Black Jack with white imluie hands Igh head and wars heavy lone rod by iNirklngtoirii Napoleon J K 111 ccullent mule nnd JHIUIUI jack and nprovei lillrt foul getter Asa broader he line lnei true and proven tucoiul tn none In IIlls10t1I1 lIy Ho will stand lit the low prl of II tr mure u living volt Jennet MIIIH tvrniv in writ JOHNTho noted Ham Coohnm jack linn 1t1I- trl d In this locality for Years anti ulvei itlsfuutlon He Islimpluudld vondltlon ti mllke the urusunt season and will stand al- tbe low of fl to Insure n living colt You run no risk In putronliliiK such a jack BULLWill stand a floe Polled Angus hull nt ins illarat tilt gate lie lies proven nn excel lent brnndtr The above mentioned stock will stand nl miy morn one mile North of Pruaohersvlllt Illkt1r6ll1lIdrice M Inillvldifal attention given nt nit niiHiiiiil skilled vervleu rtllulor but not iponslblD RhouUl any nwuldonts occur JtllTlHHtllnrord I HttitlullioneTSF f Goats for Sale eltharnessdouble or tingle Also four Angora luaU Will tell UnlAii DttNNHANntmJKIluitonvllloKBcason SAMPSON Tills young Jack will make this season al my fault whom I live the H It Ilaughin farm K alai South ol Stanford on the Rom ersct pike to Insure stare colt and IS to insure Mono coil I consider t4lInpOIl a grvat of his Init Jarcolts were extraIshowed two of them III Htnufonl lnncnntur mid Danville rain alld won both lit and 2nd premiums In colt rlngl offlto lOontrleunt nil tlinti fnlrn alio won lit In the swvepitake ring ut Ixincaitor tbe only fair that gave n sweepstake Eight uf his IWI colts nail four ot his IWH colts nrll now on my farm to show for theuuelvos I will appreciate any marrs ent to him alld feel sure not sending- J 21BAUUIIMANStnnfonl Ky Phone 4e Choice Goods VORhll January ItW black with while points 1U hands Hired by Wonder an1 out of Uhenault Jennet WT Wondor IInl sired by Jielknap he by Imported llelktm Choice Ooodsdani by Jumlio lmporte Ho wits bred by Charles Ghonnult of Itogi nn Humner county Tumi and Is a great In dividual lie won tho blue tie In the swte stake ring nt the Htato fair at Nashville allli hag ninny more hue ties te his crrdl Choice moods Uforu you breed He serve Jennvts at Inland Mares nt tit to In sure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at 11010 Inure vlnir colts Will alo stand the magnificent draft ita colt M1411Ati0HMANHtunfurtlKyPence fence Jr will make the season of lt n my horn S mile from Itowland at 110 to Insure n living colt If mare Is traded orpari ed with the season money liecomet duo Pence Jr buy stallion years old full Id Imiiili high uuod style and action 111 Pence he ltlenxl he iiy IkllIIout lie by bfAlmollland dam by Urey ogle 4th dam by Ooppui low 37sby0naleleruehe by by Volume V Kd Itnrlows 1st dam by oburll lflu dam a Mambrlno horse Krd dam h Mamhmio Messenger leuc JrsM dam by Gills Vermont Mares grnxetl nt U per month not rwspon slblo for accidents or cscnH s should tiny ot cur J Z HPOONAMOIIU Itowland Ky DON VARRICK Title magnificently bred young stnlllo will make the mrnsou of 1RH at my place In Htanfonl Ky dntter known as htlltrllnl Icy plates nt llStu liuiirea living colt Varrlck Is n rich chestnut leH band nlp In forehead white fret nnoreankles behtm short back excellent Lane and floe muscle jut the type you are looking for to bred your mart lion Varrlck Is by the gren Onward Haver2a thlll sold for UIJi ii by Onward tone or the very best sons tit Ueorge Wllkfs Unwnrd was out of hull nnd no mare ever produced 3 such Illuttri ous sons ns Onward and 1lrvclor Onwar sliver won the Tramylvanla In lam In a f heat race dufeutlng such talent ns tlulle Jay JiWKniidOliiiln Shot The sumo n be won the Itnnuer Mf niorlnl nail 311hO- ftebuIU In broken heats nun Vnrrlek U t In in by Wilkes Hoy by OOOOC Wllkisand a full sister to The Wag ZlWSml dam Ma ry by Uoggsdrey Hag e thodnin of tbd line shi the dam of HubUtr Ito Winchester II1II11 Wilton I uand Mis 11271 This rlo inheritance ot hired ami blood blue should appeal to the public wfai wishes to breed Male kept nt 18c per day All fIre take but will not lw responsible for accidents or escapes UK U tI ltlJUt Stanford GALTON 12910 Lmson of 114 HIraofOalvlnr 2le4 AI Hums 3JW end six others with trims from t1 to hume nre the only ones that weraiever nan ltd fur speed o the sire of one dam wit one In the sao list hired by Uitmbvtta Wl keg the sire of tttlnthe2lhl le In 111a11t11wtlerclillhied Ui be the greats Ire In the world Ut dRill iMtisvy IkI grand dam of 1 with rwordsof frolll11 10 blots hftnlleld II son of llambllonloi Amerlran Htar Knllvh lIW hos Gin juw his daughters Dnyai lap or letter Jnd dnm ijulckilep by Ktlu Lw- ihndeh2PnnddamofIIinthercau Iht Inl dRm by Ud Joe lire of the dom of J ft71i lultonfiirrlen the blood of four loadln Mauibrln hierulheaieyeAlnuricnnMtnrf and defeut td the l ellill hornet ekusee sun rouiltte tugs they are In nlattultyyearllogarionI- iP ugh ns tlM after to 2J lalton will ntund nt my staW tulle west of II union vllle on Ilradfonln rllle pike nt 118 to insure u living colt Mon ydue If ittare Is trndad alter awing hl-I lenty of grass at JlJO Hr month ptvetiel rosily for umra no 01 loultwk mltrf will irnms have srnss lotsiind Inrxr stable to nan to fiat Onala feel Rt most Phone In residence lltiitonvllleKxcbongW Huitonvlllc Ky TILE WARFIELD Trtn till Trottlnf Hark Jlnv Htulllon ends foafiHl August hut bred at Yllllnu arm Knst Aurora N First dam Seugh ty Ulrl bIt x Americas 4MO 4ypnrold rv ord fIl sire of llnttletoii yr moA M5i AmllrlrallllII tyr record fUinuis oilier In IIIJ list a MIII of inward Mil re trr of Onward Hllwr 1w6y Anti 10 otlieraiii the ro Ilit Onward WM aired by George Wilkes lilt Intl by Miimbrlno Klui sircufT6l110hxh I of the Mono 10110 r l Derby IUIr Ht 1aw JiOH others In 910- 3rd dam bullet by Nutwood tbo Ire of IU In the list- lthdnmToHii by Htrnthmoru Itw tire t0 In the list Otli dam Mlllanl by Albion nth dam Nw byhusbrlnoThe Wnrlleld wnnbrwl to roily K mil- lie has fouls nil hendwl plenty of tyle sltt and iilHtiinr mid plenty of oiiewl Tin ViirlllMld Is u r pri st ntiitlvt stallion In all Ihe term implies ToMiytlmthe huefee ulmtanta nnd upewl only Jn wart empbailu he qualities coinblntMl In Ih of linn wvll Hi has them and they are of uneli yiiimotrUiilohiirnitBrns to make him nhtataa1i hy lieiid anal heck why feet nnd legs nn wrfeet nnd when KII In conniHtlon with lilsfHiiltltMs gnu uixl runt Imiuty lure peCllIlIy IlIIpnoh You hould sw ttds horse before hrfvdlnit You will shy you never baked at a Iwller one lit Wnnlelil iMtla only xtHlllon that lies limn Iu the great brood mure list He bin woMnmbrlno Ihigerucs two Mamlirlnc atilita two Mambrlno i filet niip IIbime- lie onward ilmirgx Wllkfn Kluctloiicnr- Nutwuud Htnitliiuoro more trotting rouse than nny itnlllon nllve Tin Wurlleld l h l are vIMIsMreoortl tW lie by Maiiibrliii King lie b liimbrlno Pntchfii be y Miimbrlni hlffll pant Mfnwtlvn liyllilmu W bj Electioneer 16 Dun lievtl U a great winner itt won tin hiimploimhlp at the Notional linn Hhow ii INnilHH Ural National HomuHhow III l wt clam i 12 cliitiiipuJiMlilp National Horcr Mhow rlassS Nutlimiil liars Hliov N1clue IOj champloiiohlp National HorM bow 1111 2tlrst NatlnnnlJloraetihow s11elrtssfirst Nnlloiml horse Hhow huh IHM III drat llonton horse Hhow emu- s2rseree s Bewton Hone Phow III HCOllllllulloll Nurse Hhuw clans Donton horse HIInw heel claw 2 rervu- uttu horse Hhuw Hit clas ililrd H- otn Horn Hhow IKH cliiiw Ho sired The eau ideal lIlros Itre of PrlnceM Helen 0534 DovllSi liiiigbtfr ill Imam ti M Trlllir 2r24 Hare Devil Jr XWH farm- udlofronlMuKlnleyKynt116toI Insure Living Col- tWilliduostandthegood llLAtlK JAOIC ONQUHHOK at n to Insnron Living Colt lit 111 IndlvldUHl l6tl high total length linn late and etSMO HONloKlnno Prospect 2057 AeS ri R II- At 315 to Insure C C Ar S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 J2 Miles Wof Huttonvilie IThis combined itnlllon will make the tea ton of lutt at Lawn Mere Htock Farm I miles West of Htistonvtlla Ky on the llrad forti811 and Huslonvllle pike near Oar punters Htntlonat IIS to Inoue a living colt mares traded or minted with or lined to ano titer horse without consent of stallloivowner forfeits Insurance th tenson becotm duo on time of such action lln retained on all colts till season U paid Mares grated at KM p r month Grain fed If desired at rvnionablo rates All bills must do before removal of marcs Marts lIlrulied will receive our IltrollalllUOIIIIOlljhut wi will not be vs capesirrnexlrrttlrfoaled In 1p11 linnds Mama Weight HBllw liny with two hind It white to ankle A model of great beauty Hhort hack lengthy quarters uxeep tlonally broad Hat tone hut tmoothe Rest of feet and legs with the longtu1 lIckItand more style than oIlY horse In Ky Hxtrvmely floe weathers with neck coming out at exactly the proper place 1I1lnll him wouderftd style in hurnes and under tuhlle A Irtautlful ear set up exact at proper place A tlr Important fen ture lu a tine horse lIel a horse of ox time high action and every toot In line and along with this action five well defined saddle lIall with n beautiful trot In bar of can our S to S CREEK STORE no Ixit come nnd sue new Alto Plea hauls D Full to llcmll Uoldllnot HUll Florence by back to Morgan on making him un In Morgan ll Is Lay and 1XU pounds An a he hilts few of snow nnd hunt all this itmlltleii poor In of get wild and K t and year olds broke nn own told In the your lot an nvuntgoof EIM llnrseyJ iotddust will make the present at my near Htanford at to colt lino young sun of anil Joe colt Mann at hilt no ruapansl nccldents or Ky anat A real pleasure to look at by Ito or under iby all nlle or etc lit dRm HorHcax No 2k by Tints 170 Hlonownll Jackson Tt tnd Jo Alxlallnh and dam Funks T Denmark 4th dam Hawk Morgan HKMAMKH W pleasure till of Pro to the public First he Is an reptlonally hone he brtMils like Thlnl caust bis colt nrtt of that and action that lburesIhebrertlnolready- sale at remunerative for three or live galled horses with that long swan KliiiMHl neck that hi uhllltly neounnnry la horse of this ilnv Pro p ct leas wen bow front n roll wInhlnl many blus Ihllllllt as tie s through hU 8yenrold Al IltxTtyvllli III war lint In his clani Atlhlrago IUI was is nml with mi iiriMMinitlnii iniwtlna emu of the notiil horses In the States under the luiildli Asaitlndlvldiml Im ranks luau ana he promlsw to take the rank What store demand- rOCA H KlAHPKNTKH Huiloiirlll Ky Turnersville Big Department Store r hull everything nt prices that will MO you money Why not coino and trade with us We handle everything from a ginger cako to an export steer Wo want your Eggs Chickens Old Iron and Brass Cattle f Hogs and Sheep fuurthingg or anything you have to sell Our Grocery and Dry Goods Stock not Ira oxcollcd We have iu OOu nection with lutfjiica n llnt ola s Blacksmith rood Shop Conic and deal with us and give us n chance to how you how we can you money LUTES BROS Turnersville Kentucky Roofing For Sale- S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing JtID4I1I1iv1eAf7iTYEJIAIITIONDJDGZ CUI700 45J GEORGE H FAFtRIS I We have a few sets of BUG GY HARNESS left which are going at MONEY SAV ING PRICESIGeo D Hoppers Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE NO J982 A H R 30 Insurelr Money due when mnro is sold tradod or partedulth Owned by D Carpenter Hustonville Ky GILBERT BARGAIN Take one word for It Hprlng Hulls urygratefulJ HMITII Dorsey Golddust 12052 brother KnUdli 3livi Hired h Dam loUUuMlngoChlof tracing Justin ttn Inbred stallion a dark hands aelghs breeder etiuaU n provenand Uniform breeder lilKliiliii road combining for irlcesrhU linvliiK for 10l1li1 only farm nilHlng hnvt putt smiMin farm Insure n living Also n largaaiul luck it Toni Kfono luiichlnirii nt tolniurpnlivlntt lou bully for Cool oseapas- K ntHU Danville halter harness byIlIIack 0n dRill by serrlron take Black ItwaUM HiToml type n iirleo either for show purse olhr Hiatus winner ahnrn horse form horse show moot tlnUml brfttter fruit one Phoni Fxehnngw also null save NOTICEI An ndmlnlslrator of W T Htono 1 will on HATUItU Y lAY at 3 oclock v x11I front of the eourt house outryhisponters tool desk KUiolliic to Terms cash L itlicnnsa- Adnirof W TMIOIIK Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1OI1O byNurvulIn by Metropolitan InTi by Hamblinon Un 10j iird dam Joteplilm by Mmiilirlno Hlarllght by Diirlbny til IIh dam Mar 1I11111Ioydam by ltnIUrItnnding15Wkhiudsofgreatstyli proml to Impart hU iualltl s to III cult- sIlllstnndntthslrrnittfullx4lifts t nrHuutarsetpikeatJtRree tnnun oIl1talloo ImuttI ultro partedwithlsere taken though rospo lblllty for no olduntioruiicapei JL PKrrUH- Hlnnford Ky 1