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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE INTERIOP JOURNALYYOL XXXVISTANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 3 1908 NO 36 BRODHEAD We are badly in need of rain Considerable sickness In the commun- Ity Our doctors aro kept busy Wheat threshing has begun but the yield is not as thought would be Too much small grain T J Cherry is having u coat of paint put on his store building W A Carson is doing the work The teachers institute which was to have been held hero during July has been postponed until September I Rogue Brown of the Preachersville section shIpped lour car loads of sheep and lambs from this place for which he paid Si to Cc Tho public school at this place begins Monday July 13th with Prof Oarnctt principal Mrs Ben Pike and Miss Car rie Frith aro assistants For reasons we can not tell the Fourth of July celebration which was to have been held near Freedom church was called off and now we have no place to go on the Fourth It is sug gested that we stay at home and eat blackberry cobbler In the lined and Blue button con test at the Baptist Sunday School clos ed Sunday the reds won Just what kind ot a treat will be given the children has not been decided upon but on all day outing is talked of and the largo pine grove near Spiro will likely be tho placeThe eldest son of Walter Miller is very low with consumption Mrs Cris Stevens of tho Saycra neighborhood is very side Mrs Della Poteet of the Bee Lick section is very low with consumption A little child of Harvey Renner is very sick James Sowdcr who has been sick for somo time is able to walk around Mrs Elizabeth Sow der is visiting her daughter Mrs Wm Owens in the Saycrs neighborhood Miss Lizzie Storms after a weeks visit with friends here has returned to her home at Keavy Laurel county Mr and Mrs Emmerson Rico and son Earl of Lebanon Junction after spending a few days with Mrs Rices parents hero have gono to Livingston to visit Mr Ktcoa mother Miss Lena Sayers of Spokane Wash is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Mablo Parsons of Lebanon Junction daughterof Conductor Len Parsons in visiting relatives here Mrs W A Carson of Marets burg was the guest of Mrs MahafTcy this week Miss Miranda McKenzie of MU Vernon visited Rev A J Pike Wednesday Sho will likely teach Chestnut Ridge school Oris Bowers aged G2 died last Monday evening after four days of intense suffering with otomach trouble Ho was buried Tues day afternoon in the Christian church cemetery by the Masonic fraternity The burial ceremonies of tho order were conducted by Mr J Mort Rothwcll of Lancaster Rov Pike conducted the fur oral services at tho church Mr Dow ers leaves a wife and 7 children tho old being but 16 years of ago He moved to this county from Ohio in 18SG and lo cated near Oak Hill later moving to the flee Lick neighborhood whero tho fath er mother and one brother died Oris and another brother then located in this place where they have lived since The surviving brother went back to Ohio last winter and was not present at the funeral Tuesday Mrs Bowers was Miss Summers Rigsby a sister to Per Rlgsby Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I havo used Dr Kings Now Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I havo found It a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaintSt and would no moro bo without a bottlo than I would be without food For nearly 40 years Now Discovery has stood at the bead of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer tweak lungs it has no equal Sold a under guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store oOc and 91 Trial bottle free NowmInd said tho billionaire to his daughter if 1 take you abroad this summer youre not to go and engage yourself to one of those Dukes or Earls thatll be hanging about you like flies about a honeypot No father No II said theold gentleman Well just mosey round a bit till we find some King or Emperor in reduced circum stances Health Coiteo Is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in It either Dr Bhoopfl Health Coffee made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an export who might drink It for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedlouu boUlDhIIMade In a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store 4 McKINNEY DM Stephenson the Stanford arch- Itect will begin work on R S Scud ders dwelling next week and hopes to complete It by Sept 1st Our boys lost to Junction City Satur day in a hotly contested ball game The game was lost through errors of the local team as Murphy who pitched held the visitors safe at all stages Everett Epperson who is represent- Ing Belknap Co In Southern Illinois visited his parents here last week Mr Epperson is ono of their best represent tatives and was formerly sales manager for that company The Seventhday Adventists aro holding h meeting in a tent on East Main Street These people have only been with us a short time and it behooves us to extend to them the hand of welcome and wo join others in the hope that many of them will make their home in our littlo city The protracted meeting at the Christian church Is progressing nicely There have been three additions to date Bro Manning and his assistant Hev Ewer are to bo congratulated upon their zeal ous efforts to make it a success They will leave immediately after tho meet- Ing closes for Australia to take up the work of tho Master in their native land One has but to direct his attention to tho fact to realize the urgent necessity for more dwellings here Almost dally there are calls for houses to rent or buy Why dont some of our financiers turn loose a lot of their surplus cash and fill up some of the vacant lots It would put more money into circulation and most assuredly bo remunerative to tho investor- E J Tanner has returned from Peoria III where he has been attending a convention of tho Modem Woodmen of America as a Kentucky delegate It is quite an honor to serve in this capac ity as this Is tho largest secret order in America having over a million memo bore It goes without saying that Mr Tanner well merits the honor of being chosen a delegate Misses Rose and Margaret McCor mask and Allie Stogg of Hustonvillc were in McKinney Tuesday afternoon Miss Lottie Orr who has been visiting relatives hero and at Hustonvillc has returned to Covington Edmund Wai lace and Will Murphy of Lexington have been visiting Misses Bertie and Catherine Murphy I D Pool of Dan ville was tho guest of Miss Anna Day tonSchool begins next Monday week July 13 and onto moro the boys and girls will shoulder their books and march to tho place of instruction where the fountain of learning and knowledge awaits their ultimate absolution They should enter upon their arduous duties with a clearer consideration and a bet ter appreciation of tho responsibilities that will soon fall upon them as men and women and make this session one of which we can feel proud The services of Mr Hubble of Waynesburg have been secured to teach lie come highly recommended and is well qualified for his duties and with tho coop oration of parents and trustees wo should have a splendid school The Best Pills Ever Sold II After doctoring 15 years for chron to Indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has dono mo at much good as Dr Kings Now Life Pills I consider them the best pills over sold writes B F Ays cue of Ingleslde N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25o Before marriage said Sinnick a girl continually is asking Do you love me After marriage ho resumed with a repressed smile her ono query is look and see if my sheath skirt has burst anywhere a Will Cure Consumption A A Herren Finch Ark writes Foloys Honey and Tar Is tho best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that It has cured consumption lathe first stages1 You never beard of any one using Foloys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store a Biting the nails is a habit that should be immediately corrected in children because it permanently disfigures them Dipping the finger ends in some bitter tincture will generally prevent children from putting them in their mouths If this fails each finger should bo encased in a stall until the propensity is eradi sated If you will make Inquiry It will be a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles In ones form or another If the patient isnot beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Curo will cure It never disappoints Pennys Drug Store There are 256 railroad stations within a sixmile radius of St Pauls Cathedral London NEWS NOTES Dr J H Woosley a prominent drug gist of Glasgow Junction is dead at an advanced age George II Daniels general passer ger agent of the New York Central railroad Is dead Fifteen people were killed while tear- Ing down a large livery stable at Minneapolis Minn The building fell on themAt Reading Pa John Marshall shot and killed his wife and then himself The tragedy was tho climax to a series of domestic troubles Tho International Paper Company an nounced a cut of 10 per cent in its wage scale to go in effect August The cut will alTecf several thousand menTho assessment oC tho property of tho Now Louisville Jockey Club was reduced from the Board of Tax Super visors figures by 42000 Tho original assessment was 150000 J S GatlifT was given nine years in the penitentiary for killing Osborne Gilreath at Williamsburg This is Gat tiffs second trial Ho was Town Mar shall at tho time of the killing- A feature of the entertainment of the Elks during the national reunion to be held at Dallas Texas beginning July 12 will be a barbecue on a prodig ious scale 15000 pounds of beef and 4000 pounds of mutton to bo barbecued A Booth Co one of the largest firms dealing in fish and oysters in the West pleaded guilty of having accept ed concessions from the Lehigh Valley and Nickel Plate railroad systems The company was indicted for violation of the Elkins law A Bluefield W Va dispatch says A wave of crime and disaster spread over this section during tho past two days as a result of which nine are dead and one seriously wounded Six met death in wrecks or by track walking while two men and one woman were murderedFour Ohio men have of fered a finger each for 300 to A C Balloux of Wheeling W Va who lost his fingers in an ice cream freezer re cently He is in tho hospital at EastI Liverpool 0 and his brother Joseph Balloux made the offer of 300 a finger on tho suggestion of the surgeons Harry K Thaw is back in the Pough kecpsio jail Judge Mills heard argue meat at White Plains in habeas corpus proceedings and expressed an opinion that tho noted prisoner was entitled to a jury trial but he was not prepared to say whether it should be now or later New arguments will be presented to Judge Mills on July 13 Public expression of faith in the consummation of the movement looking toward the union of all the medical schools in Louisville under tho wing of the State University was made at the commencement of tho Kentucky School of Medicine in Louisville by Dr Wm H Wnthen dean of that school and Dr L S McMurtry president of tho Loulavllle Hospital College of Medicine CHURCH MATTERS There will be choir practice at the Christian church tonight Rev C C Brown will preach at Vial nut Flat Sunday afternoon at 330 o clockDr R H Crossficld of Owensboro was elected president of Transylvania University to succeed Dr Burris A Jenkins who resigned two years ago because of III health Dr T B Mc Cartncy has been acting as president Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing heal fag antiseptic suppositories go direct to tho seat of these weaknesses My Book No 4 For Women contains many valuable hints to women and it Is free Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wis to snail U Ask thu Doctor in strict cst confidence any question you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure- Is sold by Pennys Drug Store 4 Adjusting her goggles more firmly the young girl said But it must bo dreadful to run over a manTooringKarr frowned You are right there he assented lilt knocks out all this delicate machin cry worse than a fivethousandmile run r Cures Gapes Instantly BARDSTOWN KY May 4 1908 One drop of R 41144 dropped down tho bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken in tautly When fed in feed or water it Is the best preventive I have ever seen Will Coomes a S Sciense so far has failed to furnish any explanation of the mystery of seedless fruits They are not the outcome of the work of man Man perpetuates them ho does no more The seedless oranges was found In a state of seedlewness JAILER W I HERRIN The popular official who passed into tho great beyond at noon Wednesday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary Coomer aged 74 is dead in Danville James Reeves store at Richmond was destroyed by fire William McFerran aged 20 was drowned while swimming in a pond near Staton daughter of George Staton of tho Poplar section of Ca sey is dead of appendicitis Virgil Babbitt and John Hardesty rival hotel men at Lebanon engaged in a fight in which the latter was shot twice The wounds are not considered seriousW Sallee is invoicing preparatory to turning half of his store over to George Crow Leila Robinson who was charged with tho killing of Willis Campbell near the barytes camp on the Lancaster pike had her examining trial and was promptly acquitted Advocate A Danville gentleman who was recently in the Auditors office of the Queen Crescent railway at Cincinnati says that in conversation with a high official in that department of the system he was told that the reducing of four divisions into three had saved the com pany 35000 in one month in that department alone and that the making of Danville the terminus of one of the die visions wus absolutely a permanent thing and that no apprehension need be felt about its removal from Danville Advocate A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 430 Houston St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while lfor lame back and weak kidneys It cannot bo too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive func Lions purify the blood and Impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug 50cTuna be no Fourth at July celebration in our town so you should go to Lexington to the monster Jubilee which is going on there and which lasts up to midnight Saturday A battle be tween two monster war balloons will be features twice daily afternoon and evening and there will bo running and trotting races trained animas shows dog pony and monkey circus wild West shows big aerial acts acrobatic acts and in fact every sort of amuse ment that one can imagine The ex pease for one or three days will not be great and you should go and take your family They will enjoy the outing and so will you A man who is In perfect health so he can do an honesf days work when necessary has much for which he should be thankful Mr L C Rod gems of Branchton Pa writes that he was not only unable to work but he couldnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure rondo a now man of him He says Success to Foloys Kidney Cure Pennys Drug Store Acting on Me quest that the United States endeavor to prevent vio lations of the neutrality laws President Roosevelt directed Secretary Tart to have United States troops sent to the Texas border The Mexican government maintains that the uprising has not reached the dignity of a revolution and that offenders will be prosecuted merely as common criminals W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This Is tocertlfy that I have used Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronic constipation and It has prov- en without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and it Is with pleasure I offer my consclen bus reference Pennys Drug- Store Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota will not attend the Denver Convention Meet Me at The lincoln GO Fair at Stanford July 22 Three Dogs Big Saddle Harness Rings Each Day1- tiONti s Innocent Amusements of All Kinds ssswsse Come and Bring Your Stock S T Harris Pres J F Cummins Secy WRITEiFOR CATALOGUE Cool Comfortable Summer Clothes rd Q6- ft1110DIwmD IIIP I1L iCome and see our line of Summer Clothes quality of our goodsiSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY A Official Train for Kentucky Democrats- To Denver Colorado- Via Henderson Route Missouri Pacific and Rock Island Lines Selected by the Delegates at the Lexington Convention i1JL1 Leaves Louisville 900 P M FRIDAY JULY 3RD arrives Denver noon Sunday July 5th Faro from STANFORD KY 3897 Write and reserve Pullman Reservations now address E M WOMACK C P A 4th and Main Sts Louisville Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY Ilay LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY Tl LtOAL MANMER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY 1NCOHPORATIO I r The Interior Journal 4 Co WALTON i J W FOLEY i It a candidate for Assessor of Llncolncoun ty subject to thttnctlon of the democrat party WUMCARTY- It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to tbe action ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN In a candidate for Hlieriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ti a candidate for the nomination for judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of Undemocratic party JAMES MKECHNIE li a candidate for magistrate in the Stan lord district subject to the democratic prl l wary of June JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for jailer of Democraticsubject to the action of the party M BRUCE Is a candidate for jailer of subject to the action of the Democratic party k JAMES Co HAYS Is a candidate for jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party 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 nomlnn Itionfor Jailer of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party i t DEMOCRATIC TICKET f For Congress HARVEY HELM ofJLlncoln county TinE approach of the glorious Fourth reminds us that while we should celebrate the countrys natal day we should do so sensibly and not as Idiots or as on the last Fourth of July when 4249persons were seriously injured and 164 killed Many of the Injured were horribly maimed for life The worst part of it is that many of the in jured were attending to their own bus ness and in no way responsible for the senseless noisy and dangerous celebra tion Tetanus or lockjaw is one of the worst resultants of the injuries In the last five years there have been 786 known cases of it from Fourth of July injuries 721 of which were fatal Par ents should try to keep their children from injurylbut if they do not succeed and they are hurt they should remem ber that trivial wounds should be promptly treated by competent physi cians that serious results may not fol low Let us all see if we can not have one sane celebration of our countrys birth day with firecrackers f shooting irons and fireworks eliminated IT is noted that only twice before in the history of the country has it been without a living expresident George Washington died in 1779 when John Adams the second president Was in of fice Andrew Johnson at the time the only surviving exchief executive pass ed away in1875 two years before Gen Grant retired to private life ON account of the local option laws in so many counties in Illinois buffets in nearly all railroad cars will be closed An order has been issued by the Pull man Company closing the buffet in the parlor car of the Alton limited between Chicago and St Louis and aban c doning entirely the sale of intoxicating drinks HEADQUARTERS for Gray and Johnson were opened Wednesday at Denver The Bryan headquarters will not be opened until Saturday The managers of both Judge Gray and Gov Johnson were emphatic Insaying that neither would consider forja moment the nomi nation for Vise President THE State of New Jersey through its entomologist has expended 300 000 in the last three years to exterm inate the festive mosquito which is still on deck an numerous as ever Which goes to prove that for every mosquito killed a hundred come to its funeral BRYAN willjbe the democratic nom inee for president but who will be the nominee for vicepresident We predict it will be either Gray of Delaware Johnson ofJMinnesota or Chanler of New York Either would suit us POLITICAL Bert M Fernold was nominated for Governor of Maine by the Republican State convention The Republican State Central Com mittee has been called to meet in Louisville July 8 A campaign committee will be selected at the meeting p Urey Woodaoiij general secretary of the Denvcr convention announced the appointment of his assistants and gave 13 good places to Kentucky Democrats Gov George C Chamberlain of Ore gon is the latest entry into the vice presidential race His selection it Is 1said would be acceptable to Mr Bryan Nearly 1200 additional seats were ordered placed in the convention ball at Denver The committee found that the aisles were much wider than necessary The prohibition element of the Democratic party will make an effort before the Resolutions Committee to get a prohibition plank in the pjatform Gen James Weaver of Iowa will lead the fightJudge Alton B Parker will ask the Denver convention to pass resolutions on the death of Grover Cleveland Part of the Tammany delegation has left New York for Denver The main body goes today Representative Theodore A Burton of Cleveland after a conference with Secretary Taft announced that Arthur I Vorys would be connected with the Campaign Committee in an important capacity but would not be the chair manSenator Joseph B Foraker in a Speech at Cincinnati praised Taft for his high character but added that he had a fatal weakness in that he stands for the Roosevelt policies of which Mr Foraker said the country already had too much Justice Lambert of the Supreme Court of New York ordered the jury to render a verdict declaring that Geo B McClellan was duly elected mayor of New York City in 1905 W R Hearst made a bitter contest to oust McClel lan McClellans plurality was 2965 after a recount of the ballots Though candidates for second place on the democratic ticket are turning up on every side it is believed that if he will consent to accept it Judge George Gray of Delaware can be named with little opposition Judge Grays mana ger however insists that hitman is in the race for first place to stay and will not think of the vice presidency until after the president is nominated When former Gov William L Doug las was asked at his summer home near Boston about his attitude in relation to the Vice Presidency he said lam not a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Vice President As I said when I returned from the South on April 41- am not a candidate for any public office Nothing has occurred to make me change my mind I am out of politics al together now J Frank Hanly governor of Indiana has appointed a new Board of Metropolitan Police Commissioners for New Albany The three last one democrat ic and two republican resigned several weeks ago and Gov Hanly has been looking after New Albanys police department personally The new com mission it is said will pay particular attention to the Sunday closing and anti gambling laws Of the new com mission oneis a democrat the others Brown Henry Williams and N A Gaulbert leading Ohio politi cians called on Secretary Taft to demand the selection of Arthur I Vorys as national chairman They told Mr Taft that the selection of Hitchcock or any other man would disrupt the repub Head organization As the result of the conference Mr Taft sent word for Mr Vorys to call on him at Washington but he announced that no decision would be made until after the confer ence with the subcommittee of the Na tional Committee which will be held July 8 at Hot Springs Va MATRIMONIAL- The marriage of Miss Sarah Rollins Burnam end John Jennings Greenleaf of Richmond was celebrated at 8 o clock Tuesday evening at the residence of the brides parents Judge and Mrs A R Burnam of Richmond On the ground that the jury had ac cepted illegal fees in the famous Ed ward W Vanderbilt case the New York supreme court set the verdict wide Suit was brought by Vander bilts daughter to declare him Incompetent on account of having married Mrs Mary S Pepper an alleged spiritualist- A special from York Pa says The visit here of Caleb Powers the Ken tuckian whose life was placed in jeo pardy in the Goebel murder case has started Mother Gossip to the front Indeed there is so much being said that Miss Eleanor Bonham with whom his name has been associated has found it necessary to deny the rumors Said she You may say for me that the rumored engagement of myself to Ca leb Powers is utterly false Mr Pow ers is my friend and I am proud of the fact Beyond that there is nothing Arrangements have been completed for the consolidation of the First Na tional and Third National Banks of Lxington under the name of the for marIn Laurel county Will McFarland was fatally wounded with a shotgun in the hands of his brother Ben McFar land who refused to make a statement about the affair During a family quarrel in Shelby county M C Roberts assaulted his sore inlaw Jarvey Brock with an ax and Brock shot Roberts six times Both arccxpected to die The Treasury statement for the fiscal year ending June 30 shows a deficit of f59656361 as against a surplus one year ago of 186945542 Customs and Internal revenue receipts both big falling off aa compared with 1007I Stamping Ground Scott county was almost wiped out by fire which began- In the Raynor Hotel and spread to the Buffalo Springs distillery HON J OwsuY ofLexington was elected a director of the Lexington Banking and Trust Company tosucceed- W A Davis of Cynthiana CARLOAD of nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stan ford ti R E HORTON Livery and Feed Stable Kingsvlllo Ky tian churchStable near Special intention to traveling men Everything new and firstclan Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Bomerset pike four wile from Stanford Contains acres Oood residence and abundant outhoutet In good repair For further particulars call at this o1 Ice MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No to Ft A M will meet In stated communication on viich first and third Monday nights of each month at oclock in their hull on Main street Stanford Ky Members of titter lodges are frit eunytyJLNOTICE To J 5OwaleyJrtJudRa of the Lincoln County County At torneyof Lincoln countyt You are hereby notified that I U K I Hliiit now n prisoner In the Kentucky lata- 1enltentlartRt Frankfort under a judge circuit court on con vlctlon of the charge of matulurghtvr li killing John It Farris will on the day of the next regular meeting of the Kentucky Hoard of Irlion Commissioners at Frank fort apply to said Uourd to parole me on account of my present physical dliublliuand condition K K Slain This 1st day of Julylt- u6BIDDERS WANTED I Three and oncthtnl miles of pike In two sections lit section beginning at n point on withllnuvllleta4 mllu teas auu feet 2nd section beglnng at u point on Hush Itrunrh pike near A Hlouus gate and connecting with Hlnnfon It Danville pike being llleefeet or IS mules anti aeefeet Plans and specifications can be seven by culling on A Sloan where bide will be received with prlvlllge of rejectlni any and nil bids Dim will iw closed July isw A V Sloan J T Morris J A Dud derar commlsiloners GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why bUT rondytnoJe clothing when ther1110 little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by nn experienced tailor I have a bandouiv lint of Spring A Hummer goods I San make from a low price business suit abe finest dress suit Overcoats Trout Sri and fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none HO ItUlLBV The Tailor Htanford Ky Adorinas Fox Is a handsome large Jen Bull descended from a and unbroken line or the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land ot Jersey and America ills IIl1fJOrtetiland fanilevesome Ancestor and Lava n Rood cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice lie will be allowed to servo a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a fee of cox to be rkLengagerltiaOtt lag KyNbull calves that will be sold ot right prices Cough Caution Never pcefdvelynevermisonironrlaagsIfyou eou b vren from a simple Ton always heal aoothe an hue the Irritated bran chlal tubes DonS trangephowsoomsthings stupefying poison Its finally tome about For twenty years Dr whoop has constantly warned not to tAke cons mixtures or prescriptions contalntac Opium Chloroform or similar poisons And nowa little laU though Congress says Put It on the H poisons are In your Jonah Mixture Ooodl- Yeryrood II HereafteriorthlsTeryreaaonmothui and others should Insist on haying Dr whoops cough Cure No poison marks on Or Shoo a labels and none lathe medicine else U must Is law be on the label And Its not only sale but said to be by those that knowlt lest a trnlr re markable cough remedy Take no chance then partlcularly with your children Insist on having Ooofh Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with others and note the difference No poison marks therel You CIa always be on the ute by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE Condition of the National Bank of Hustonville Kentucky- At the Close of Business June 30 1908 RESOURCES Bills 138445 18 Overdrafts 813 73 U S Bonds 12500 00 Banking House and Future 290000 Due from Banks 43182 41 Due from U S Treasurer 625 00 Cashand Cash Items 23218 88 221685 20 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00- Surplus 17000 00 Profits 419 47 Deposits 141765 73 Circulation 12500 00 221685 20 Gross Earnings this 6 Months 4974 8- 4uh Over last 6 Months 256 19 5231 03 Disposed ofas Follows Cent 2500 00 Paid Expenses and Taxes 2311 56 Leaves Undivided Profits 419 47 5231 03 J W HOCKER Cashier PRESTON 922 tVol114 1reston Is one of the greatest Avegalted show horses that Kentucky has ever pro duced winning at all the fairs and also at the hone aaow at Louisville Ht Louis and Kansas City lie ls n brown horse with hlack points 154 hands high with One style and very high action Hired by Washington U First dam Hell by Second dam by Denmark Ills useless to commend him ns tho poo plc of this and adjoining counties know his record as o show hone and also for breeding purposesllewllltnakolhcsensouof IKMat stn ble In lira b Orchard at113toinsure a living colt Will keep marvs on grass at tt per month but nut responsible lor accident or escape ot stock Henson duo If mare Is trade ed or parted with JU UAILKY Crab Orohan1h Condition of the Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Kentucky At the Close ol Busing June 30 1908 RESOURCES Dills 220206 93 Overdrafts 9606 68 U S Bond 50000 00 Other Bonds 300000 Dinting HouseFumiture 6t Futures 3300 00 Due from Banks 35982 96 Due from U S Tress and Cash 26271 78 62254 34cU6835 LIABILITIES Capital 50000 00 Surplus 33000 00 Fund to Pay Tax 1328 39 34328 39 Circulation 50000 00 Individual Deposits 203990 30 Bank Deposits 10049 G6 214039 96 348368 35 W M BRIGHT Cadtk- tCondition the FIRST NATIONAL BANK oi Stanford Ky June 30- RESOURCES 1606 Loll and Bonds 182436 19 Overdrafts 10926 58 United States Bonds and Premium 51500 00 uniting Notre and other Real Estate 9244 5 Due from Banks 22398 68 Due from U S Tteaiuier 2500 00 Cash 18521 75 297527 91 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00- Surplus 17000 00 Undivided Profits 1759 27 18759 27 Fund lo Pay Taxes 363 47 Circulation 49200 00 Individual tl 166032 27 Bank Deposits 8172 90 174205 17 Notes Rediscounted 5000 00 297327 91 Gtcui Earnings this Six Months 5052 13 Left Over Last Six Months 1060 68 611261 Disposed ofa Follows Dividend 3 per coil 1500 00 and Taxes 2853 uavesUndiYidedPr06u 175927 61 12 81 JNO J McROBERTS Cashier Condition of the Waynesburg Deposit Bank Waynetburg Ky I At the Close of Business June 30 1908 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 11802 23 Overdrafts secured 56 47 Due from National Banks 5150 26 Banking House slid Lot 15000 Mortgages 17169 20 34328 16 Specie 1672 68 Currency 1353 00 3025 68 Other Items Carried as Cash 181 27 Furniture and Futures 1665 96 Current Expenses Last Quarter- LIABILITIES 548 42 39749 49 Capital Stock paid in in cash 80400 00 Surplus Fund 200 00 Undivided Profits 1274 44 Individual Deposits 29875 05 39749 49 STANLEY MciNTOSH Cashier Statement of McKinney Deposit Bank At theCJoseof Business June 30 1908 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 44909 52 Overdrafts secured 155 90 Due from Banks 8232 07 Cash 2443 66 Item Carpedas Cash 329 99 Furniture and Futures 2081 00 Banking House and Lot 2599 00 60750 94 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00 Surplus Fund 1100 00 Undivided Profits 51 38 Individual Deposits 4459956 60750 94 Cross earnings 6 mot ending June30 1354 74 Disposedof at follows Current Expenses 753 36 Dividend No5 3 per ct 450 00 Surplus 100 00 Undivided Profits 51 38 1354 74 R H METCALF Cashier I lj 1 SU1W1WE WED I a Atr I h 4 Why be uncomfortable in those heavy i clothes ofoyours Why not dress for com fort when it costs no more Those very light twopiece suits in GREY TAN AND BLUE f are the very thing for comfort and very stylish A soft Fountain Shirtj in white neat black and white figures and the new Tans a light weight fancy end 4in hand Tie or a fancy end club tie are all the rage Panama or straight brim yacht straw Hats a pair of Gauze Socks a narrow Belt and you are comfortably dressed and in the very newest of styles All these are in our stock in the very best styles and patterns i H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Our Merry Widow Box Parer is something entire ly new Each box contains the complete words and music of the Merry Widow Waltz Fine Linen Paper and Envelopes only 25 cents a box PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Pirst 91ational Jan Stanford Jty Organ xis JSS2 Caf Hal Stack SSO 000 Surplus anti flWWaW Profit 19 000 Jffas paid in Dioldands since Organisation S2ft 500 fnuito 9ou jfccounts on Our TJftritt OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresldent John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr W W Saunde rs Bookkeeper DIRECTORS 1FMD Elmore J M Pettut S H Daoghman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson P Hill J S Hocker 4 IT C E Tate NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS 41144 Cure Cholera Gapes Houp Canker and Limbcrneck Price 50 cents No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Gusnuitectl by George L Penny Pharmacia STANFORD KENTUCKY BARDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 One drop of 41144 dropped down the bill of n gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves thechicken instantly When fed in feed or water it is I the beet preventative I have ever known WILL COOMES r 61lt1 The Interior Journal J STANFORD Ky JULY 3 1908 EL BARDO is a mild Be dear guaranteed clear Havana filled Try It upon our personal recommendation Penny a Drug Store THERE is no better way to cool ofT these hot days than at Pennys Soda Fountain Ice Cream Soda Water is delicious and refreshing tf PERSONALS Miss MATTIE LEE HunuLE has been quite sick I MR J R Busts of Lexington was hero yesterday REV W S GRINSTEAD of Versailles is with his daughters here MR THOMAS MAY of Pike county is the guest of Mr E G Bickley MRS T B GALUE of Hustonville is the guest of Mrs T P Miss KATE FLANIGAN of Lebanon r Junction is with Mrs J A Chappell MR H E Ross a Lexington attor ney was hero on legal btwlneis yester day MRS J P THOMPSON and son of Lebanon Junction are visiting home folks Miss ANNIE MULDROW of Osborne Miss arrived yesterday to visit Miss Cello Denny MRS JOSEPH HARKINS of Preston burg will arrive tonight to visit Mrs L It Hughes MR D C IIINDS and family of Pros ser Nebraska are with Mr and Mrs A T Traylor Miss ROSE HACKLEY who has been in school in Knoxville the past year has returned home Miss MARY HACKLEY has returned from Montgomery Ala where she vis- Ited Mrs Nell PROF W 0 HOPPER is attending the Summer School at Knoxville and is take ing special course Miss CLARA JESSE of Los Angeles California is expected today to visit Miss Jewell Spoonamore MRS S H ALDRIDGE is in Garrard county with her mother Mrs J A Saunders who is very sick MRS J W HALL of Lexington arrived yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs J D Bastln MRS FRANK KELLEY of Dayton 0 and Mr James Coaby of CoVington are with their sister Mrs T J Hill MR AND MRS WILL STONE presented their son Mr Marshall Stone of this office with a pica horse and buggy on his 18th birthday MISSES AWE YANTIS and Mamio Bastin of Lancaster and Anna Jack sdn of New York wero the guests of Miss Bessie D Yantis MISSES ANNA CHANCELLOR Beast n Ruth Tanner Cora Nunnelley and Margurite Bibb are attending tho house party at Mdse Lena Becks near McKinneyMR II REND of Corbin several days with his wife who is bean treated at Mrs Browns Retreat for tho Sick and who is doing as well as could be expected liON J M ALVERSON of this ofllce has been honored by being made Door keeper of the Democratic National Con vention at Denver He leaves toda to fill the responsible position t Miss POLLY TRAYLOR of Lincoln is Itvisiting Mr and Mrs Arch Robert ion Mrs John G Lynn of Huston ville has returned home after n visit to Danville relatives Advocate LOCALS RINK tonight nightL er Stanford FoR SALESnw and engine complete outfit J R Powell Stan ford TAKE a ride on the big Ferris wheel at the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 22 23 24 Tim public school at Hubble will be gin Monday next July 6th with Miss teacher1rR S DROWNS dry goods store at Lancaster was considerably damaged by fire Tuesday night THE courthouse is draped in mourning out of respect to Jailer W I liar r rin who died Wednesday TilE 1908 tax books have been made out and your taxes are due Come in and settle T J Hill sheriff THERE will be no excursion over the 7 K C to Cincinnati next Sunday on ac count of a shortage of equipment TilE colored teachers institute will bo held Aug 37 at Stanford with Mrs Ellen Sneed Louisville instructor TIE Fenzel property corner Lancas ter and Portman Avenues will be sold at master commissioners sale Saturday THE Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs Jame- E Holman at 230 this Friday after noon y A SPLENDID now storeroom and sev eral office rooms for rent in the new I f 00 F building Apply to J W Ire land Mgr 2t ATTBND the rink tonight To LOANfl700 See L R HughesUMR KEENE LUTES has been appoint ed postmaster at Turnersvllle NEW Druggets Rugs Linoleums and Oil Cloths at Tribblo Pences ITilE C W B hf meet with Mrs L B Cook Wednesday afternoon July 8 LOTS of free attractions at the Lin coln County Fair at Stanford July 22 2324 THE white teach institute will be held here July 2931 with Praf J W Ireland instructor LOST between tanfordand Huston vlllo white lace bow fastened with U D C pin Reward Miss Frances Adams ANDERSON CASH JR was fined 25 and given 10 days in jail by a jury in Judge Tribbles court for flourishing a weapon THE L N will sell round trip tick eta to Lexington today and tomorrow at Ii fares Tickets good returning 8th Account Jubilee ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper THE management is getting every thing in shape for the great Lincoln County Fair which will bo held at Stan ford Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 22 23 and 24 YOUR account with tho Stanford Drug Co has not yet been paid and n settlement is desired and must be had This means you if you owe the firm which is now out of business and must settle up its affairs AUCTION In order to settle up the firms business we will sell at public auction on July 13 County Court day all our accounts same will be sold sep erately and as a whole Terms cash Cummins McClary MR STANLEY MclNrosii cashier of tho Waynesburg Deposit Bank writes that Phillips Singleton the former of this place secured the contract to erect the now bank building at that place By the way a dividend of six per cent was declared by the above bank on July lat THE Anderson Carr Sr who was caught with 10 gallons of whisky in his possession presumably for the purpose of selling it consumed nearly all of Tuesday Ho wns fined 100 and given CO days In jail Ills atrorneys have appealed the case to the circuit court and say they will take it to the court of appeals if necessary in order to test some rather novel questions of law Carr is out on bail SHELIIY JohnShelby Sr pass LinniettaRevening in the 73 year of his age af ter a lingering illness Ho was a son of the lato Isaac Shelby and a grand son of Governor Shelby and was a brother of Maj Isaac Shelby of this stepythree sons Issac James D and John Shclbytho last named now residing in the West Mr Shelby was a clever gentleman and very popular In his home town Tho burial occurred at Danville Wednesday HERRIN After an illness of several months Mr William Isaac Hcrrin one of tho beat citizens of Lincoln county died of Bright a disease athis home here at 1230 Wednesday Ho was born In Rockcastle county 58 years ago and lie ed there until about 20 years since when ho moved to the East End of this county and pursued his vocation that of a farmer and stock trader until he was elected jailer in 1901 As a recog nition of his efficient services in that capacity he was reelected In 1905 his majority being larger than any other democratic nominee Mr Hcrrin was twice married his first wife dying many years ago Mrs J G Riddle of Crab Orchard and Mr Charles Herrin of Quail Rockcastlo county were born to this union In October 1884 Mr Hcrrin was united in marriage with Mrs Agnes Owens and to their union two children were born one of whom survives and he with the other children and Mrs Herrin have the unbounded sympathy of all Deceased was an hone est upright man and will be missed not only by his family but by the com munltyin general He was fearless and incorruptible sincere in his friend ships and fiis word was his bond For several months Mr lIerrin had been aware of deaths approach and was pre pared for the strqke meeting it as ho had lived openly and bravely A good man has Kane to his reward respected and liked by all loved and honored by many The funeral services were con ducted by Elds Jos Ballou and J G heroeMr Herrin was a member took charge of the remains and consigned them to the tomb in Crab Orchard cemetery Many handsome floral designs attested the esteem in which this good man was held BEAR in mind that the skating rink will be open tonight Fon SALE Top buggy almost as good as new J R Harris at Stanford Drug Cos store IP not privately before Augl1ati county court day I will sell two tered race mares on that day Steele Bailey GREAT prices on sum mer goods such as lawn mowers hoseI screening goods poultry fence etcIGoo D Hopper DR W N CRAIG will in his office over McRoberts drug store for a few days prepared to test your eyes and supply you with the glasses you needI TilE working county roads has been extended from July 1 to July 25 The court to allow claims for same will convene Aug C George B Cooper county clerk Fort SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Huotonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford KySWE can send you the CourierJournal or Louisville Times from now until Dec 1 for 125 This offer is good on ly for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscribers and money must always be accompanied by the order BY the death of Jailer W I Herrin Sheriff T J11111 becomes jailer until Mr Herrin s successor is appointed Mr Hill swore in Mr Vic Owens as deputy sheriff and he will look after the jail for the present JUDGE JAMES P BAILEY has sold to Mr B W Leigh the Kldds Store mer chant 54 acres of unimproved land just beyond Huatonvilto on the Bradfords ville pike at SO The land is known as the fair grounds tract Si GILL who has been hanging around town for a month making fun for the loafers was declared of unsound mind Wednesday and ordered to the asylum Guard J H Alcorncamo up from Lakel- and yesterday and took him back with him To will the 4th of July and the banks will be closed in honor of the great day The poatofllco will ob serve Sunday hours 7 A to 9 A M and from 1 to 2r M while this office will be open as usual from 7 A M to 5 P Juooc J S willappoint a successor to Jailer W I Hcrrin who died Wednesday in a few days Ills appointment will hold until Jan 1 1909 and the appointee will be a friend of the Herrin family Had Mr Hcrrin lived until Aug C or longer Judge Owsleys appointment would have been for the entire unexpired term of Mr HerrinATTENTtoNIt is with pleasure that we recommend the Home Insurance Co of New York to my neighbors and friends We lost our dwelling and contents by fire holding a policy of 2600 in the Home Insurance Co our loss was adjusted liberally and prompt ly So we recommend tho Homo In surance Co of New York and Jesse U Wearen the insurance man Stan ford Ky for liberal and prompt settlement of losses Very truly Tavia Carter Wm Carter Parksville Ky June 22 1908 DEATH IR9DONNEYACter 14 hours of acute suffering from the terrible accident which was noted in Mon day afternoons News Mrs W II Bonney jlled this morning at 1 oclock At the time of the accident Mrs Bon fey was replenishing the can of a gasoline stove in the usual manner She was preserving some blackberries and found that the gasoline for the stove was ex hausted and attempted to fill the tan without turning ofT the burner An ex plosion followed and the burning was spread almost entirely over th clothing of the unfortunate woman Her daughter Mrs Cosby was awak ened by her screams and rushed in t try to subdue the flames and was her self painfully burned Mr Bonney win 6a tho front room but on account of his blindness was unable to help his wife Neighbors finally came in ajpd succeed ed in extinguishing the flames culty in securing a physician accentuat ed the suffering of Mrs Bonney and probably hastened her death When Dra J W Johnson JT Shepherd and Wood Banks finally arrived they found that Mrs Bonney case was hopeless Death finally came to relieve her suf cringe Mrs Bonney was born in Shelby county Ky July 26 1853 an was beforo her marriage Miss Emily Bailey daughter of Hartwcll and Ann Owaley Bailey of Shelbyville Ky Sho leaves a devoted husband and tho following children Mrs W M Cosby Katherine Harry and James Bonney Mrs Bonney had been sinco childhood un active member of the Christian church As wife mother and friend she was a perfect example of noblest womanhood The funeral services were held at her late home Wednesday morn ing at 9 oclock Rev McCallie officiating after which the interment took place at Forest Hills a News of June 23 Mrs a slater of Mrs Lou Donnerwas place and was wellknown here MESDAMES CARTER and Cummins have sold their embroidery business to Miss Margaret Bright and they ask the patronage of the ladies for her THE brothers and sisters of Mesdames T J Hill and W T Tucker are enjoying a delightful family reunion Wednesday was spent with Mrs Tucker when 49 relatives were present at an elegant dinner A MEETING of the directors of the Lincoln county Fair is called for 3 oclock Friday afternoon next July 10 Business of importance is to be transacted and a full attendance is asked J F Cummins Secretary CAPT CARL CARTER took his base ball aggregation to Danville Wednes day afternoon We have been unable to locate the captain since the game but dispatches state that the score was 11 to 0 in favor of Little Britian STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I desire to sell privately my splendid stock fortllcondition Yor further cn11 011I or udrtuU W LEIGH Kltldi Wore Ky FOR SALE I OockerelERRMilliard Duck Kggs or young Duck Gall u 11lIoneL N TIME TABLE No SI Month 1121 p x No South1rd10 P x No 34 North 483 A x No n North StilS P x JOS S RICE Agont Jesse W Sweeney FBOFRIETOB Livery Feed Clad Solo Stable Lancaster Ky- CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con ortHIng us Work 1uvnmenti mid In fact wcantik enything from a house down to fence last We can servo you promptly end gnarnntee Tintdim pricollPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky oopefPeimiifon Fire andLife Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stan ford Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court L It Hughes Chin 1lfT vs Robert Fen 10lCtSiUefts Notice of Sale Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered In the above styled underalilnedOomrSATURDAY JULY llth 1M8 between and S P u In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best the following real estate which u in the town KySnld and lot on Lnncattur street bounded on the North by Iortinim Ave on the East by Ijincuiter FIby lot atS1L Aldrldge formerly Milburn This lot was conveyed to the mother of defendant namely Ithoda Fnlll by deed recordedkCounty Court Indeed book No page UN lly the term of the deed Hhoda took n life estate with remainder to her children 11esix months and for the purchase price the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security payable to the Commis pernnnd having the force and erect of a Judg ment The bond U to be further secured by lien on the land told GEO U SAUFLEY M C L C C ALMONT DARE Registered In A 811 1Sired by Dignity flare lH8i A HII Ri He by Chester Dare 10 he by Illack Squirrel amby iiiIkmngoxa4 he Ireg Inn WIN 10 lIflllllbrlnobhebyDiivU by Uourbon 3rd S by Foreign Light by Foreigner by ed Olenco 4th dam U by Cunnin- ghamIUupperltottoutbthdaut by Imported Ilutxard orn Almont flare co far ai we are able bnvdhu own progeny thou of hu great sire lug nity Dare lat year every time coining In contact with them As on Indi vidual this Is u very attractive horse stand ing hnnd with great style A beautiful hey with manners unparalolltd even by a lllly A remarkable show horse In harness on under toddle Showe distinct saddle gnats nil very nut and pleasant with speed of a a minute clip In harness One cannot conceive of a liner bred how tracing atimes to imported horses on his dam tide tlmoaiImptimes i JtllnnpIIInekfatrare opportunity to breed to one of Americas best at Will also stand two good mule lacks at 13 each Will make the season of JW8 at place UK Inliromjlutonvl8 on IIDton- vllle and Liberty turnpike Ural furnished in abundance at 13 per month Not reipon at bIll for accidents K B POWELL 4 SON Uuitonrllto JCy KEEP 11 S1ARP heooIcOUT 1 U Iitl 1 1ROR OUR A SemiAnnual Remqant Sale which we will announce in a few days We did not have the room for remnants in our June Sale but will spread them in a few days and add the accumulations during this sale This will make the largest quantity of Rem nants of Silk Dress Goods Wash Goods Ribbons Laces Etc we have ever offered The price will be about onehalf pi=JJY We will give away during this Remnant Sale several barrels of pretty Glassware Look out for circulars and this space for particularsSEVERANCESON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY NeW Goods For me Fair I Of course every one expects to attend the Stanford Fair To be present necessitates your being well dressed We have theJmaterial to give you a Swell and UptoDate appearance rear one of our new Bordered Lawns Tan Slippers and Long Gloves Merry Widow Bows Carry our Fancy and Linen Parasols and Fan with our Japanese Fans and you will trf make theUHit of your Life t Let TRIBBLE eC HUGHES fix you up TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY NEW Stock Buggies Runabouts Etc Just in Ready for the Fair Call andsee us W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky M y The Interior Journal Bniertdin ffe fotlOffiee at Stanford utendcbut maU- erIUJIU8D TOB8DXTI1 AND HUXXaY U Lor 3100 PER YEAR CASH IWWhen not 10 paid lt00 will be charged B1 D CARTER New Liver Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Tot the arrest nnd conviction of any person treepnaslng my farm day or night or doIng Injury to stock In traveling the pUb- lic hlgbway or Injury to tock from the land ol other people This rewarti ziferi to ipecTalI also offertwo special an l 1100 e8chJ a Oorpentcr McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers in and manufacturers of Oranlte and Marble Monuments KltntOlass Work at Reasonable Trices Onico and Works lcKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owdey Building Blgn Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator Groining Kte McKINNEYIKV INSURANCE lire Lightning WindStorm Life and Accident None the 8TUONOKHT and BKST Companies Represented Lowest Pos llble Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Reo urd UneQualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I fsnrlnUrlU1ce companleshaocancellt Tobacco District other have ceased writing at a time when the farmer needs them the most A Friend inneed la Friend Indeed The Home In iurnnce Oompany of NV the largest and most popular Flro Insurance Company has Dlwnys and Is now writing tobacco liarnn and all classes of farm property TileS have not cancelled a single Policy even In coun ties where thetobncco trouble 1ms ben theIworst For Insurnnceon nil classes of property Address or Phono Jesse D WearenI The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm j era Also Dealers in Fur e niture Matting Rug TheyIwill exchange fortall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY Once Phone 17 Home Phone II FARMERS DEPARTMENT Eight thorougbred Duroc shoats for sale A S Price Crab Orchard FOR SALE Firstclass Jersey cow with young calf Sam J Bell Stan fordSAccording to the Maysville Bulletin tho mule supply in Mason county is the scarcest known and the few that are being sold are bringing high prices ESTRAY A pale red steer weighin about 750 pounds left my place som e three weeks ago Liberal reward for his return Last seen near Masons Gap J C Lynn Stanford The Carroll County Board of Control of the Burley Tobacco Society took charge of 2000000 pounds of tobacco crop of 1906 which had been stored in local warehouses All the tobacco was in prime condition and soon the same warehouses will take charge of the 1907 crop of the same county to hold it until July 1 1909 The bluegrass seed growers of Central Kentucky met and pooled the blue grass seed crop of this year Tho crops of Clark Montgomery Bourbon Madi son and Fayette counties were pooled The amount of seed pooled is greater than that of last year The following sales committee was appointed R T Gay and D L Pendleton Clark Solo mon VanMeter Fayette John Collins Warren Rogers and Frank Clay Bourbon A K McCowan Madison This committee will have charge until a per manent organization is formed These growers last year pooled their bluegrass seed crops and after holding for a few weeks sold all at one time Japanese Love Mme Midzumo wife of the newJap anese Consul to New York told a young woman reporter the other day that she believed in the Japanese way of marrying marrying out of esteem and trusting to the coming of love af terwardsWith us when love comes it lasts said the charming Japanese We have a song that we like to slnfCI want to live to ninetynine years and you must live to be a hundred so that we may be happy while our hair grows gray That is better Mme Midzunocon tinued than the love that comes swiftly and as swiftly flies away again They tell in Japan a story illustrative of this transitory lovethe love of your We3tA tourist they say was touring Britainy He came to Qulmper and he found In the place publique beside the river an old woman selling trink ets What is the price of this he asked taking up an antique ring of sliver and sapphires 4Is it for your wife or for your sweetheart said the old woman For my sweetheart Fifty francs Fifty francs I NonAnse I and the tourist turned angrily away Come back said the old woman Take It for ten Youve been lying tome though you have no sweethearts Had the ring been for her youd have bought it at once without regard to its S price I will take it said the tourist smiling Here are the ten francs So the old woman wrapped the ring uphhe grumbled If it had been for her have beaten me down to five francs Oh you men ISHone feels dull and spiritless in theD Spring or early Summer they call ItD Spring Fever But there Is no fever usually It is tho after effect of our Winter habits The nerves are mostly at fault Tired wornout nerves leave us languid lifeless andc without spirit or ambition A few doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all ofB these depressing symptoms The flea torative of course wont bring youC back to full health in a day or but it will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is reach fiugard advising its use as a itplendidt gives more vim and more spirit he i spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a falling appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength fJbec To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one pf Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain means congestionblood piessurop that is all Dr Shoops or Pink Pain Tablets will quickly coax blood pressure away from pain centers After that pain is Ilonec Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get Instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by Pennys Drug Store S S W Cameron Forbes a grandson ofI Ralph Waldo Emerson was appointedl Vice Governor of the lands S Notice Chicken Raisers R 41111 curesiolera lrOUIJ canker and Hmberoeck Price 60o NoJ cure no pay Guaranteed by New Stanford Drug CoIlu Kentucky Fair Dates The followiag are the datesfixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 6 3 days Lexington Aug 10 6 days Burkesvllle Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawreneeburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 B days Monticello Sept 8 4 days Bucklens Arnica Salve Wins I Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Cochran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the Instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal It until I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25o box won the day for me by affecting a per feet cure Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Because of the increase in population of Louisville and Jefferson county six additional precincts have been formed Five are in Louisville and one in the county Choice Goods Fooled January IWJ black with white point J51 bands Sired by Wonder and out of Uheiiault Jennet W7 Wonder was aired by Itolknap he by Imported Itelknap Choice Goodadnm by Jumbo Imported lit waS bred by Charles Chenault of Itoga na Sumner county Tenn stud U a treat In dividual lie won the blue tie In the sweep- stake ring at the Htate lair at Naahvllle and baa sunny more blue till to bla credit Hee Choice before you breed lie will serve Jennets at and Mare at Ho to In sure living coIl Will stand two other Jack at 110 to Inure living coils Will also stand the magnificent draft stallion George herr at 110 to insure n living colt MH 11AUOHMAN Stanford Ky Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1O1IOl- lcnu NabothH distIl Koni linughmnn biNorvnl Ai1 by Klectloneer 14S rid dam Iv In JMby Mitropolltnn la7i by Hnmblelon Ian 10 3rd dam Josephine Mnmbrtno Starlight Wtt by DnrlUiy 4th dam Mary Wither by Oliver thoroughbred Mb dam by 8th dam by Imp Tranby Tilil ltatUllrI standing UJU hands of great style and action and liesIproved his ablllt to Impart his qualltlM i Ills colts Will stand nt tint turn of Felix White IS miles south of Stanford near Homer t Pike at SIC to Insure a living colt Mares rome distance grazed at StJlO Money due when mare Is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The wI personal core takenthough no moslionslbllitv for no cldonts or esenpes Stanford Ky QUARTERLY HElOBT OF TOEIa WaiFe5biir4 Deposit Bank a Waijoejbur Kentucky At the Close of Business Juno 3I t RESOURCES r oansrdDLsceucts11802 29 Overdrafts secured M 47 Due from Nsllonil liinks B1M 26 b llanklne House anJ Lot ltOoodMortnces peck IIS7JM 1SM 00 3021 M OherltemscardeiasCashu 27 Furniture n4 FUture lCOa 90 Current to PTe5bW74 49 Is Give description location valus and In ow long owned all leal nut except banking house an J lot II any owned long er than fivt years LIABILITIES apitaiStockpaiilnInaih JS400 00 Fun1M 00 Undivided ProfilsMIff II ue Depositors as lollowsvl subject to check on which Interest Is not l1 SUS7S 05 eposits subject to check on er which Interest Is p l1M ooooo Demand certificates of deposits w on which Interist Is paid oo ooooo Time certificates of deposits en which Interest Is paUl no oo Savings deposits on which In terrstIspaIip 09 Checks a Due National Banks b Due State Hanks and Bankers Due Trust Companies ashiers Checks outstanding ills rediscounted 000 oo Unpaid dividends 03 000 Taxes due and unpaid 00 eserved for taxes 00090 apital stock notr I1MdSUPPLEMENTARY b Highest amount of Indebtedness of anylslocklwlder person company or firm cluding In the liability ol the company orirm the of the Individual ers thereof directly or Indirectly If suchiIndebtedness exceeds so percent of Il stock actually paid In and actual of of the bank liowsecuredjHighest mount of Indebtedness of anKdirector or officer It amount of 6uch debtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidPup capital stock of bank n bowDoes amount of Indebtedness of aersonof the orfirm Ihe liabilfcomfyy of the bers cci o per cent of paidup capital and ut actual surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest and tains deducted therefrom before lalIng dividend and was not less than 19 er cent omit profits of the bank forth period covered by the dividend carried togthe surplus fund before said dividend declared See Sec 596 Kentucky Statutes b WJ71 4J TATE OF KENTUCKY tasYDanlrof Warnesburg In said county belnr duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects a true state n ment of the condition of said ak at the close usiness on the day of Jnne 1908 to the best Ebusinesslocation named and not elsewhere and that Ihe above report Is made In compliance with an official notice re calved from the Secretary of State designating the 80th dav of June cooS as the day on which such report shall be made StanleyMcintosh Camdl4DOStANLEY MCINTOSH Cuh- iLOOoochCCOaocbt II Singleton W rcetors A 1000 FARM FOR SALE I I will soil privately tur arm of IM ncret two sluice from Htanford on Dnuvllle pikegood brick residence two barns two bulldlnISiwol11Iaterodieasy htghesbidder Beaton of llI- OiSAMPSON This young Jack will tusks this season at lJaulhmanlarll1erect pike at sic to Insure mare colts and to Injure horse colts I consider Hampton a great breeding Jack All of till last year colts were oxtrnl showed two of them atStanford Iamniu and Duuvlllo fnlra and won both Isl stud Said premium In colt ring of fltolOentrleHl all throe fairs also won lit In the sweepstake ring at Lancaster the ohisnow on my farm to huw for themtelve will appreciate any lI1anInl tu Mm oDd feel sure yoii will not regret lending J II IIAUOHMAX Htnnfonl Ky Phone PEYTONMy fine mule Jack will make the present season nt Morelund Kynt istolnsurenllv Iiiscolt Ibis n sure foal ietti r and I con sides hint nn extrn good mule Jack Ills mules round tie when matured right at hands high Alson fine blackja- ckTURNER with white polhts 15 hands Inch will be permitted to svrvn titnres nt I to liuum u colt See till colts on niy farm they lire extrn good I have two young jocks Sunrise and Midday that will serve n love snares gratlf Jly Wllkes hor- seIndependence Chief fito11IlIreUldambyaambella Wilkes with five pro ducing dams and sired bv Ceclllan Chief II II KlXo Moreland Ky Lincoln Squirrel Red bay Ayenrold black iointsI4 hand tallrgOOtlset In high mounted shoulders n combined bred horse but I use him In harness and a more perfect harno horse I have never seen can step very last with extreme high ncllon nil around and I think hUn to Ixtoneof the best stallions In the State to breed to to get good hlghclast walktrot yotfancylie has sonic yearling and twoyearold colts that I invite brenlers to sue IKDinHKK Lincoln Squirrel wits sired b Marion H UtrrelM lit Illack Hqulrrel ISMheby IIIII1k Kagleihe King Wil liam Q Marion H iulrn ls let dam by Imn Mountain 2nd dam by Hughes Edwin For cut Lincoln Haulrroi 1st dam Kilt Messenger by Mmsenger llreexe full brother to Maude Messenger record S14 nd dam Maria Itopauw by Mnmbrlno Htnr IlKht a lull tirother to Ijuly Thorn 111 3rd ilam Mollle prove by Helms Yurkshlrv lllnck Htiulrrell grand sin Is the sir of more noted highclass saddle iiorsa than other horln the world such a High lid Denmark Chester liar U l Hqutrrel and many others Will mak the senolt of 554 at sale harts In Htnnfurd at IliiJSn to Iniuron lIving coil Money due when colts foaled or snare parted with Happy Brummel lied sorrel 3 white feet star nnd snip full fln1tyouMIred by Happy Ileau llau Drum mil 1st clAm rnnnle Ainiont by Almont JrInddain Mllver Itenmark Sri dnm by Hambletonlau In 4th dam by Brent lw Varrlck Ia by torliunu onlyfedefeat all champions HervleeflStu insure living colt Red Light Red sorrel horiHi9yt araoldI hands high extra weight nnd hone Mired by famous roadster and sire Hot Leaf who Is too well known to all horsemen o need description and lu by C millZIIS tlam by lIed Wilkes Ibet class Wlla Tiny 3IaId byecilian 1IIIIlon of the treat InmlKtta dam Nell by old lnlsora3rddnm Noonday y Ht Klmo4th dam MldnlRht by Pilot r 8tli dam Twilight by Lvxlnglon sib am Darkness In offering the service of this promising younK Rlllon we frtl siife In saying that with his size slylo form speed nnd mellon that he Is bound to prove u great stock horse viil boat my sale Nun InHlanfordand will e iiermltted to serve VI good titans nt I au to Inure a living colt money due when colt foaled or miire parted with lie will then put In training and given n record lie sure to see him before brrevdltig your good mnresJAMRHRIIKA7LKYHtnnford Ky ASHLAND BROOK l No IIttllJ Vol A T II It bred by KugekH Ruck Oeorgotown Ky Ashland llflnok was oaled ltS bay wIth leftblnd foul highlEptuttrKMlrcd Brook No JnrlaltJlllthgatetollhrookt Jennie IU InElllot Hlone 218 Ijidy llrnok 551- nd Running Hruok SHU Shout Brook y 1nrknight No4i4tbe sire of Search UthtXftlHiilrlRhtllKhtl and VIII Jill W Iln Alcyone No Stt reconl JtW Anhlnnd Urooks hit dam llunn Wren by Ashland Wllkes Xflil record JhlUi the lire or John ientry 5W34 Sally jO r SWJJij Ashland Wilkes aired by Red ho by leorge Wllkes second nlrHIIo Liiy lilt IrlteJIIler1I 13rd ilislil- y on oo 1 NOTK Ashlnnd Hrook Is a handsome tel ow with lots of substance has a bold way f going with lots of spend style and action ii first crop of colts came last spring und hey wore alone could uzpectthey bear ng good color wills y of size and lots style mud finish Ashland Urook will make tho present season nt to insure n ving colt Win ulso stand tho great mule and Jennet ack Hilly Keone at lor more and tto Insurn n living colt Hilly bltherince the sire of Joe llluckburnnnd Ilrlg ohtia Hilly Kwno stands lull 10 hands lack with white points and ni a breeder Is unurllll8ed III mule or Jonnlll jack hi coils bringing the highest Mares parted with or bred elsewhere for elt the Insurance and money becomes due the time of such transaction KINqGLEt Vol e A H U King Eagle Is hands 1gb dark bay with flowing mane and tall od all the gaits with of speed style und action IrnioRKKHlnxt by Royal King 25M he y Stonewall Jackson lttyoIIClnga 1st dRill Mollle Mounti was the sire Oobbella Ixlnon PM Mink Eagles tat dam Hip he by Kagle Bird Old King Ea Sd dam by lied1ion Srd dam arris1 Denmark ho by Millers Dell mark ttll dam by JIm Bell thoroughbred NOTK King Kaglc ii a combined breeder ot tine colored and high styled colts all having plenty of size and action his colt will show for themselves King- agle will make the present season of not our stable two and onehalf mile West of Htanford on the City at the low price of 116 to Insure 8UVlllg colt stand the great mule jack Jim Keene nt J10 for snares and I5 for Jennet to Insure a living colt Jim Keene shred by the Billy Keene lit dam by the John Welliznddnm by lloecher Jim Keen s IWf hands high black with white points a great mule Jack the sire of the colt and two yearold that won first In their classes last year at Kentucky State Fair H T HARRIS t ROUT WOODS Phone 72 Ring 8 Stanford Ky the Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER HC CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR OmSOTORSl J B Owaloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TrajlorGilbertsH Cummins Prcacheravillc Lilburu Gooch Gilbert Creek Prospect 2O87 A S H R At 15 to Insure C C S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 12 Miles Wof HustonvlHe This combined stallion will make tho sea aonoMiw4nl Lawn Mere Htook Yarns IlordlIlapunter Mtallonnt 113 to insure n living roll mares traded or parted with or tired to coo ownerforfeitson tllllo of such action Lieu retiilned on nil colts till season Is paid Mures grain at 5e iwr month drain fed If ilmlred nt 1wforewill receive our perm nnl attention but we cutei wili not bo responsible for ucitiens or lIj ufgreatlassutyhandhighsbroad flat hone butainootho liNt of feet and legs with the longest iwck beet InKyPlacgivingeXlletIYlltllrolr lI1tllIItdid along with this action five well defined saddle gaits with n beautiful trot In liar BATTUE 1 S IN THr CLOUDS 4 c ch 2oWAlllALOONSV 4tCIRCUSW1LDWEsr TJJNEDAHfMAL5jfOWSb4 ACTS TNrnHfIfUHHIHf JmAY RACES FIRE WORKS DISPLAY LADfES CHILDREN II FREE 1st DAY limIterliiPKimiHKK Hire Dignity Dare 1WJ IIlI by heby I TIIIIiUIIII MoroiiiiIlKMAKKHWntnkenliwsuru FirsthwcaiiseSecond lie limnls like himself Thud IK 8Ia or five galled horse with that long swan n rorhowblueil43yearoldtorifirst In hielass AU Ilrao iM Wa see orUnrankhighIrolltrank What more could onll demand r C A H KCAHPKNTKU Phone llustonvllle Ky KxchatiKC The New Perfection Wick Blue Flange Oil Cook Stoves Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices AIAD4nJJfJA YAIWJE 71-J DAAfOiYD LDj JUTJ 700 EAfJffl S OEORCEH FARRIS Residence For sole I I desire to sell my residence on Portman Avenue This is a new modern uptodate houeo4 rooms and bathroom below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in bathroom and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best nnd moat economical heat that is known today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 82000 A S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing tk