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V1f I if THE INTERIOP JOURNAL 1J VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 7 1908 HO 36 John Robinsons Big Circus will exhibit at Danville July 18 Indi cations are that a large crowd will at tend from hero Very low excursion rates on all railroads Tho Show under the management of John Robinson Is enjoying Its 87th year of prosperity and is one of the foremost amusement attractions of America if not of the world It numbers among its arenic favorites somo of the moat expensive and best acts that money can procure Tho Capt French troupe of American Cavalrymen in expert feats of daring r andoriginal horsemanship James Dut ton Co Ihrco in number Europes riders and 20 equestrians as KingeoclatesMomus in a gleeful sufficiency and more than a hundred other foreign and American features In three rings and an elevated stage and Introducing Mon ster Herd of Trained Elephants Big Realistic Wild West School of Wonderful Trained Menage Horses Great Mus IcaJ Ballet and 300 Daring Gymnasts Nimble Acrobats and talented acrliests Tho Robinson show has always been famed for Its menagerie and this sea son finds tho zoological annex tho most complete ever carried by a tented show comprising costly and rare animals from every section of the globe This splen did array of animal talent will be seen In the big daily street Parade pro pounced by all as tne most gorgeous t and elaborate pageant of modern times comprising more than a mile of gold encased wagons chariots and of the finest horses This Is the only big show that is not In tho circus trust and no ad vane In the prices will be made At Danville July 18 Heat the nerves In tho thetIcultomaryStrength depression You wilt feel bettor within 43 hours after beginning to tako such a remedy as Dr Snoops Itestorattre Its prompt action In ro storing the weakened nerves Is surpris lUll ol course you wont got entirely strong In a fow days but each tiny you can actually feel tho Improvement That tired lifeless spiritless feeling Mflll quickly depart whoa using tho Hostoratlvo Dr Snoops Restorative will sharpen a falling appetite It aids digestion It will strengthen the weak onod Kidneys and Heart by simply rebuilding tho wornout nerves tbat these organs depend upon Tost Ml a few days and bo convinced Sold by Penny Drug Store Look here Abraham said tho judgp it has been proven right hero In court that instead of doing some thing to help support your wife and children you spend your whole time hunting possum I Tho old Negro hang his head Now Abe you love your wife dont- you 1 t Ah futtinly does And your children Yes suh HAnd you love them both better Better evry day jedge Abe broke in better than a thousand possum Look hayh jedgo exclaimed Abe with widening eyes date taking a powful disadvantage IHol1tb CoTe Is really thoolosost Coffee over yet produced This clover CotTeo Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of t Racine Wls Not a grain of real Cof ri r fee In it either Dr Snoops Health 4CotTco is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 80 minutes tedious boiling Mado In a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys I Drug Store As the result of a drunken quarrel over a bottle of beer on the Lexington Eastern train near Clay City Gard ner Nelson of Winchester Floyd Hor ton of Clark County participants in tho fight and Millard Dennis of WinI chester a passenger on the train are at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington in a critical condition Rev I W Williams Testifies I W Williams Huntington itHev testifies as follows This Is that I used Foloys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to say Foleys Kidney Kemedy will do Iithat claim for It Drug StoreITho candidate now kisses bands Of little dears 61 And shake 10000 hardened hands of engineers Americans in other lands celebrated the Fourth of July withenthusiasm In Yokohama the Japs cheered the American flag Samuel R Cohen of tcn was elected Department Commander of the r Spanish War Veterans of Kentucky MATRIMONIAL Thomas Stevens aged 50 was mar tied In Hendersonviile this State to a young woman of 15 summers Mr Luther Shadoan and Miss Clarine Hays a prominent young Pulusk cou pie went to Tennessee Monday and were married Robert Moore and Miss Jane Hancy were married at Madison Ind after a courtship of 40 years The groom is G5 and the bride CO Thomas F Walsh the millionaire Colorado miner is said to have an nounced the betrothal of his daughter Evalin to Edward McLean son of John R McLean IIA IILTONLAHuEAt 2 oclock Saturday afternoon at the handsome homo of Col W II Dudderar at Row land Mrs Bcttio Hamilton and Mr J Frank LaRuo were married by Rev R 0 Mahony The bride wore a travel ing suit which was exceedingly becom ing and after tho ceremony and congratulations were over Mr LaRuo and his handsome bride took the train for their home in Louisville The two hav been the beat of friends for some time and the announcement of their marriage Saturday was not a surprise to those who had watched the trend of affairs Mr LaKuo is a passenger engineer on this division and is in fine circumstan ces owning a pretty home at 1509 W Broadway and other valuable property Ills bride is an excellent woman and is liked by all who know her Only a few intimate friends and close relatives witnessed tho ceremony The Jumbo Camp Meeting The Jumbo Camp Meeting will conI vene this year on Aug C and continue until the 16th This is the fourth an nual encampment We now have splen did buildings and every equipment for tho success of the work We have enC larged the main tabernacle building from last year and are building a large dining hall or hotel with lunch stand and baggage room combined Tho grounds have been Improved and everything is in readiness for tho meeting Board by tho week is 150 single meals 25c three meal tickets for one person 60c Lodging 10 and 15c per night Those desiring small tents torI family uso may rent them by address ing the writer at once at London KyC Wo arc expecting a great time RevC J B Harris of Wllmorc and Miss Lucy Leo Mahan of London two of the most excellent evangelists in the State will do the preaching Miss tionotto Fletcher an accomplished muj sician of Science Hill will be tho organist Bro Harris and Mrs Clarence J Sipple are splendid leaders of song and all may bo assured that this fea lure of the meeting will not be defi cient No one can afford to miss this rare feast of good things We welcome eVeI erybody so come if for good or to do good We have nothing to fight but sin Come We will try and do you goodThree services dally 10 A M 315 P M and 730 r M For further informa tlon address CLARENCE J SirPLE Pres and Secy London Ky patElizabeths mother teach her little daughter much that she should have learned about religion nor did the father Tho ether day a guest said to tho lit tie girl Elizabeth does your father say grace at the tableIWhat grace returned tho girl InInocently Why thanks for what you have to cat Oh replied Elizabeth now enlight ened We don have to thank anyone for what wo havewe always pay cash Philadelphia Ledgerr Pain will depart In exactly 20 mint utes If one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain always moans congestion blood pressurenothing else Headache Is blood pressure toothache is blood pressure on tho sensitiveu nerve Dr Shoops Headache also called Pink Pain Iabletsse quickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from the pain centers Painful periods with women get Inhstant relief 20 Tablets 23o Sold Pennys Drug Store Tho taking over of the properties of the Virginia and Southern Railway Company by the Southern Railway has just been consummated Tho property will not bo merged into the Southern system but will continue to be operated as a separate propertye Foleys Orlno Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It Is the best laxative Guaran tIDrugHal C Medley of Ruthledge Tenns committed suicide at Catlettaburg by It drinking carbolic acid NEWS NOTES Gus Jones a prominent Caldwell county farmer was drowned while sein ing Battling Nelson knocked out Joe Gana in the 17th round at San Francisco Murat Halstead foremost AS a lea or of American journalism died in Cin cinnati Roar Admiral Charles M Thomas retired died at Del Monte Cal o f heart disease Everett Mason of Indiana is the heaviest 15yearold boy in tho country He tips the beam at 425 pounds Two fast mall trains crashed into a headon collision near Kpobnoster Mo Six persons were killed and at least 50 injured Train after train carried its load of delegates and visitors to Denver Satur day and the Fourth was celebrated In noisy fashion Joel Chandler Harris author of the Uncle Remus stories died at his home at Atlanta after a short illness He oldeThe secretary of the treasury is to call on banks where tho government has money on deposit for from 25000 000 to 50000000 Thomas Phillips Bashaw formerly speaker of the Missouri House of Rep resentatives is dead He was born in Shelby county Ky James B Neal who It Is alleged deserted his bride of two days at Cincin nati was located In Cleveland by Prof T B McCartney of Lexington- Dr E Champion convicted of night riding in connection with the Blrmlng ham raid entered upon his one years sentence at tho Eddyvillo penitentiary The raise in the price of saloon cense in Louisville from 150 to 500 will mean an increase in the citys revenue of nearly 300000 It will cut out a number of suburban saloons Tho highest building in the world will be tho Equitable in New York When finished the ball on the flagpole will be 74 feet higher than the 985 foot Eifel tower The structure is to cost E10 000000 A modification of the recent decision of the railroads of tho middle West to restore the old minimum charges on package freight is likely as a result of conferences held at Chicago between officials of the various systems Six persons five women and a five yearold boy were killed and a score of others were more or less seriously Injured as the result of an explosion of works in the S Kresges five t tencent store 7n Cleveland 0 Tho Negroes who were driven from Birmingham this State by the night- riders are preparing to bring suit in the Federal Court Otis Black tho confess ed night rider is in Paducah furnishing attorneys of tho Birmingham night- riders with evidence A good roads congress at Eminence perfected a temporary organization with C M Hanna as president In the next fow days Gov Willson will issue the call for a meeting on Sept 17 in Louisville for the formation of a permanent i organization Eleven girls were hurt and their teacher Miss Mary Patterson was se verely injured at St Louis when the second story balcony in front of the female dormitory at the Industrial School collapsed burying 40 children under tho timbers and debris 25 feet below Emma Ross aged 13 daughter of Deputy Sheriff R L Ross was shot probably fatally wounded at a barbecue near Golden Pond Trigg county Georgo Wells and a man named Dunn became involved in a quarrel and after being separated Wells is said to have declared that he was going to shoot one lIe fired into a crowd of wo and children the bullet striking Ross girl above the eye Wells was arrested and taken to Golden Pond where he escaped lynching because he was guarded by soldiers rGet mII Book No 4 For Women will glvo weak women many val able suggestions of relief and with N confidential medical advice is- ntirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wls The book No4 tells all Dr Shoops Night ow those soothing healing supposlI tortes can bo successfully applied to correct these weakness Write for the book The Night Cure Is sold by Pen nys Drug Store In the Wenatchee Valley the State of Washington orchard land is worth from 1500 to 2000 an acre The or chards are irrigated and the trees bear year Cures Gapes Instantlyn IIIOnebill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken In When fed lu feed or water is the best preventive I have ever seen Will Coomes IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Victor Bullock son of J J of Rockcastio died of measles Green Cravens and Charley Hiter two aged citizens of Casey died last week groceda have assigned The large barn in Jessamine county owned by Anderson Jacob was struck by lightning and burned- A Wayne county democrat rode Somerset some 25 miles to get a at Miss Grace Bryan daughter of t CommonerMiss Joslin was given a verdict for 1800 against the Louisville Nashville in the Garrard circuit court Miss Joslin with her mother was struct by a passenger train while driving over a crossing near Lancaster Everybody was smiling around the Q C offices here this week when the glad word was passed around that the railroad company had given back the 10 per cent that had been taken from tlie salaries of all the employees some timeI agoSomerset Times After a brief illness Mr Thomas Steno died at the residence of his son Inlaw in Nicholasville Sunday Mr Stone was born anti raised in Garrard county and was known as an honorable upright citizen lie was taken ill sud denly while In Lexington and brought- to Nicholasville living only a few days lie was in his 87th year and had always been a faithful member of the Baptist church lie resided for many years on the Crab Orchard pike having bought part of the John Gill farmLancaster Record To the patrons of the common schools of Lincoln county Ky On the first Saturday in August an election shall be held at the school building in each school subdistrict from the hours of one until five oclock in the afternoon for the purpose of electing ono trustee for each school subdistrict Any person shall bo eligible to this ollice of school trustee who is over 21 years of age and who has been a resident of the sub dlstrict for which he is elected for days before the election and who Is able to read and write as shown by a certificate of five reputable citizens of the subdistrict All elections for school trustcss shall be by ballot All nomina lions for school trustees shall be by petition signed by at least 10 persons eli gible to vote in elections for such trustees and no name shall be placed upon any ballot unless such nominating peti ion is filed with the county clerk of the county in which such election is held at least 10 days prior to the date of such election Tho officers of said elec tion shall be a clerk and two judges and shall bo appointed by tho regular election commissioners in the county G Singleton Supt It Cant Beat The best of all teachers is exper ience C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina says I find Elec trio Bitters does all thats claimed fort For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles It cant be beat I have tried it and find it a most excellent medl cine Mr Harden is right It is the best of all medicines also for weak ness lame back and all run down con ditions Best too for chills and ma aria Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Store 60c Seven accidents all serious two prob ably fatal occurred at Frankfort on the 4th directly or indirectly from fire works In a runaway caused by the premature explosion of a giant cracker May Wallace and John Brandorount were dashed into a telephone pole and crushed almost lifeless A firecracker thrown in a can of powder caused an explosion costing one boy his sight and badly burning the faces arms and bodies of five others Best The World Affords It gives mo unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salvo says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill C I am convinced its tho best salve the world affords It cured a felon on my thumb and It never falls to heal ever sore burn or wound to which It Is applied 25c at Pennys Store Tho Shaker colony at South Union Logan county has dwindled In numbers until only 35 people owe allegiance to that strict sect although tho colony owns some 3000 acres of land in War ren Logan and Simpson counties The Socialist Labor party nominated Martin R Preston of Nevada for President and DonaldjMunro of Vir for Vice President Preston is in jail at Goldfield Nev for a restaurantkeeper Notice Chicken Raisers R 41144 cholera gapes roup canker and limberneclc Price 50o No cure no pay Guaranteed by New Stanford Drug Co ThekltinEoln GO Fair Stanfordhe July 22 Three Polls Big Saddle Harness Rings Each Day Innocent Amusements of All Kinds ssssseses Come arid Bring Your Stock- S T Harris Pres J F Cummins Secy WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Cool Comfortable Summer Clothes I GRIFIOVIts eRt PIIr Come and see our lino of Summer Clothes and be convinced of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc co OUTING BULLETIN 16 Atlantic City Thursday July 30 Good 15 Days Old Point Comfort 1200 Wednesday July 15 Saturday Aug 1 Good 15 Days On sale 83420 every day CIRCLE TOUR To Now York via Wash ingtbn Baltimore pad Philadelphia with stopovers returning via Niagara Falls Privileges of steamer or rail from New York to Albany and fipm Buffalo to Cleveland For further information call on or address e G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky i Rail and Ocean Summer Service sn CG c h The Interior Journal L Co WALTON J W FOLEY UncolncounltYlubJectparty W L MCARTY Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democrat party M S BAUQHMAN- Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democrat- party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ti a candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Lincoln County court subject t action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Ii a candidate for magistrate In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic pri mary of June JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action oftbe Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count rsubject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer ot Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM ofJLIncolu county A SKYSCRAPER to dwarf the Eiffel Tower is to be built in New York The projected building will bea 62 story structure 909 feet from the curb to the tip of the tower upon which will be placed a flagpole 160 feet The ball on the flagpole will be 74 feet higher than the 985foot steel Eiffel Tower The main building which will occupy the site of the present structure of thecom- pany on lower Broadway covering an entire block will be 34 stories above which will rise a square tower of 28 stories capped with a cupola They do things in New York TilE ending of the fiscal year shows that the Roosevelt administration has achieved a deficit of 60000000 The receipts for the year as compared with the previous year have fallen off 563 000000 expenditures have increased 80000000 being even greater than during the Spanish war The neces ity for a change in the political complexion of the administration of National affair- grows daily more apparent With heavy taxes and a growing deficit there is something radically wrong HON HENRY WATTERSONS gallant fight for Bryan would be far more appreciated were it not for the fact that Mr Watterson and his CourierJournal have done more to hurt democracy in the past 15 years than many other of the harmful influences combined Th- C J will not cause Kentucky to go democratic this Fall but Bryan and whoever is his running mate will carry the good State in spite of that papers support wrappedintinfoil and packed in tiny wooden boxes are to be brought down from the summit of Mount McClelland and distributed among the delegates and visitors to th Denver convention Piles of the boxe- will be stacked at information bureaus and in a number of hotels Each ba will bear the inscription A real snow ball from the summit of Mount McClel land IT will be Bryan and Gray if Judg- Gray will just say the word We would prefer Bryan and Johnson or Bryan and Chanler However we beggars must not be choosers but we desire to make it known that we draw the line on bolt ers and hope the Denver convention will not consider the claims of any of the measly things Tile managers of Judge George Gray of Delaware Saturday issued an letter to the delegates to the Democrat- Ic convention in which they suggest that the ticket be Gray and Bryan arguing that the combination would be stronger than Bryan and Gray THE CourierJournal of Sunday contained neither a whisky editorial npr an prohibitionsis neglecting the whisky interests and needs a jogging up by the whisky and brewery trusts JUDGE ALTON B PARKER in an in terview at Denver practically conced ed W J Bryans nomination for the presidency and announced that the Nebraskan would have his hearty support W REED EMBRY has sold his inter JohnSpaper business This will not be good news to his large circle of friends HERMAN RIDDER editor of the Staats Zeitung of New York to said to be the man favored by Mr Bryan for the Vice presidency Though Mr RIdder is strongly opposed to Bryans nomina tion and has gone to Denver to wor against the Nebraskan he has an nounced his intention of supporting Mr Bryan after the nomination ia made Mr Ridder was a strong gold standard Democrat and this is one of 10the reasons why Mr Bryan is said to favor his nomination for second place statement is made that William 1cleeward Taft is a private citizen forth first time in 22 years He has a mighty good show to remain a private citizen the balance of his time Bryan is go ins to win the presidency and the only show for the big exSecretary is to get a job under civil service rule NEWS comes that George W Vander bilt is in hard lines and that the pala tial Biltmore House near Asheviile N C is to be closed for a year Wit f the Vanderbilts short on cash how can common every day people be expected to eke out an existence 0POLITICAL At mass meetings held at Manila and other points in the Philippines a peti tion asking free trade with the United States was ratified Ollie James called at Mr Bryan country home on his way to Denver He talked over his speech seconding the nomination with Mr Bryan Tammany Hall celebrated Independence day as usual Letters were read from Mr Bryan and Gov Johnson re gretting their inability to attend In a speech at Lincoln to the Penn sylvania delegation en route to Den ver Mr Bryan scored National Com mitteeman Guffey of Pennsylvania- Col John M Guffey of Pennsylvania issued a statement in reply to Mr Bry ans speech to a portion of the Pennsylvania delegation at Lincoln Col Guffey denies that there was a conspiracy against Mr Bryan Herman Ridder editor of the York Staats Zeitung was a visitor a Bryans home at Fairview Ho asked Mr Bryan to decline the nomination He pledged his support to Mr Bryan however in the event of his nomina tion Senator Murray Crane of Massachusetts has refused to accept the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee lie is not a strong sup porter of Judge Taft and pleaded ill health when asked to manage the campaign In a speech at a banquet given in Lincoln by the Nebraska Traveling Mens Bryan Club in honor of Mr Bryan the Nebraskan stated that if the democrat ic convention did not incorporate in the platform a specific and plain campaign publicity resolution they must look else where than Nebraska for a candidates The allies who are seeking to organize opposition to Mr Bryan are not meeting with much success at Denver The New York delegation is going to leave its attitude on all questions to subcommittee favorable to Murphys wishes It is said Mr Bryan prefers that no choice be made for Vice Pres ident until the head of the ticket is named by the Democratic National Convention A Word From Mrs Herrin At my request Mr Robert H has been appointed jailer of county to fill the vacancy caused by m husbands death His tenure under th appointment can only last untIl November when some one must be elected to fill out the remainder of the term Mr Coffey has very kindly agreed that Imay attend to the duties of the thsassistance of a competent deputy to e courtxand that all of the fees go to me He has also consented to be come a candidate for the unexpired term on the same conditions subject to thateI am not asking too much of the good people of Lincoln county when I request them in this way to give me the benefit of the fragment of the term to which my husband was elected- I am sure that I can properly attend to the office and wilj do so if I am given theopportunity My husbands longI illness caused me to obtain by actual experience familiarity with Its duties Indebtednesethe emoluments if Mr Coffey is elect ed RespctMRS AGNES S HERRIN Just Exa sitsIII have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrlsvllle N Y New Lifo Pills relieve without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipation biliousness and malaria 25c at Pennys Drug Store WE can send you the Courler Journal 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 FOR SALE Saw mill and engine complete outfit J R Powell Stan forde R E HORTON Livery and Feed Stable Kingsvllle Ky crBtaule near Christian church Bpecla attention to traveling men Kverythtni new and firstelms MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No eo Ft A Mwlll meet In stilted communication on each first am third Monday nights of each month nt T80 oclock In their hull on Main street Htnn lord Ky Member of sister lodge ore frn leulIBNOTICEI To J BOwIryJi Judge of tho Lincoln County Court and w B Burch County At torneyof Lincoln countyi You are hereby notified that I n K L Mini now a prisoner In the Kentucky matt Penitentiary under a Judg rnent of the Lincoln circuit court on con viction of the charge of nmnslarKbter In killing John It Farrls will on the day ol the next regular meeting of the Kentucky Franktand condition U K UHIMH IThll 1st day of July BIDDERS WANTED I Three and onethird miles of pike In two sections tat section beginning ivt n point on Hush Kronen plea and connecting with Danville Lancaster pike being Siitt feet or 54 mile less ttw feet Jnd section uegtnng at a point on Husb llranch pike near A P Hlonns sate and connecting with Klnnford t Danville pike being 1IIW feet or ta miles canswill be received with prtvlllge of rejecting any und all bids be closed July mti A PBlonu J T Morris J A Hud decor commlisloners GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there ts so little difference In the price ot ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlng A Mummer goods I ean make from a low price business suit to Ihe nuestdress suit Overcoats Trous irs and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to non- efi01tU1LEY The Tailor Stanton Ky Adorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey Bull de oftland of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the test bulls ever land dam Is a show cow that hits given t lellevuLikesome Ancestor and have n strictly good cow you should avail ser vice He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for II lee of fjeach Make engagement before sending cow to tie bred 11KIH AOTTKH KyNbull solves that will be sold at right prices PRESTON 922 IVolII Preston Is one of the greatest Hvegnlted productnod olio at the Duress shown at Louisville Ht Ixmlsund Kansas City He Is a brown horse with black points bnnds high wMredbyWasingt nbllghactlon First info Bell by Itboderlck 10- 1Heconduum by iKmmork It Is useless to commend him as the of this and adjoining counties know his record as a show horse and also tor breeding purposes He will make the season of at blentabOrchardat15toinsureallyingcon month but not responsible lor accident or escape ot stock Beason due If mare Is trad llAILE1a Cough Caution NfTerJOdtlnlJlIeTerpollOllroarlann IIr04 rougheyeafroma simple cold onlyyooshoold- Iwsyshealsoothe andeasethe Irritated Drm chill tubes Dons It with a stupefying potion Its strange how J things Shoophasmixtures or prescriptions conUlnlDt Opium Chloroform or similar potions And now a litOs Ooodlnand others should Intlit on baylns Dr Bboops ShoopYe1- 1IssaldtoDebythotethstknowibestatralT r snarkablo couth remedy Take no chance then- particularly with your children Insist on haying Dr Bhoops Cough Ore Compare carefully the Dr packaie with others and note tbe difference No poison marks therel You can always U on the safe sids by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA JULY 12 SPECIAL TRAIN leg lundon City 600 AM TICKET FOR Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIBTOR Livery Tad aaft Sale Strile Lancaster Ky COAL NOTIOE1 We are opening a Coal Yard at McKinney And will handle the best grades of Coal whirls we will otter to tho public nt the most reasonable prices Leave your order now and have your coal house nllrti while coal Is cheap end the roads are good MCKINNEY COAL A KKKD CO K O Uooch Jg- rCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court I II Hughes Odn PlrtvsRobert Yen xel et al left Notice of Hale Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court above styled undersignedCorurHATUILIAYJULY11thlt between lands r Mln front of the court home door In Htanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best thv following real estate which Is In the town of Htanford Lincoln County Ky Held real estate consists of a house and lot on Lancaster street bounded on the North by Tortman Avo on the hast by Lancaster moot on the Houth the lot sold M K Klkln to A T Nunnelley the West by lot ot HII Aldrlllge formerly Qlburn This lot was conveyed to the mother of defendants namely Khoda Keniel by deed dated November Tth mo which Is recorded In the olllce of the clerk of the Lincoln County Court In deed hook No Si page UK llv the terms of the deed Rhoda Ylnl1 took a life estate with remainder to her children 1tThex months and for the purchase Price the purchaser will be required toglvo bond with approved security payable to the Commis sinner bearing Interest atthe rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale IIDtIlJIRl- dand having the force and effect of a Ju lt lInt The bond Is to bo further secured by a lien on the land sold GEO SAUKLEY bin C U C C Statement of The Peoples Bank of Hustonvillc- At close of business June 30 1906 Resource 22IBankingFurniture and fixtures 2211 68 Due from hanks 20439 02 Cash 3746 85 Cuncnt expenses six months 803 38 60752 84 Lubiltucc Ctpinl stock 2500000 Surplus fund 400 00 Undivided profits 1363 12 Individual deports 49081 63 Due State bank 1408 W Bilk rediscounted 3500 00 80752 84 W M MYERS Peyeni DR J C BARKER VICe Pie J W HOSKINS Caihier ROSCOE MURPHY AnChr Directors E P Carpenter T F Murphy Dr J C parker J C Coulter J H Yowell Emmett McCormack R C Coffey W A Sprageni W M Myers S M Helm quarterly Report of The Crab Orchard Banking Co At the close of business June ft last Resources Loans and discounts liSMM Overdrafts unsecured WOI tS Due from National Banks f 1M3 U Due from Trust Computes MM M Banking house and lot IpJ to Currency liHT III 1J81 Furniture tJM Current expenses last a mos WOTS 15 Give description location value and how long owned all real estate except banking bouse and lot If any owned long then live years 31O Ifl Liabilities Capital stock paid In In cash 115100 t4urplusfund1m 00 Undividedprofits r2 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 3MW Hills redlscounted SOO Reserved lor taxes 87 is Highest amount of indebtedness ot any any or firm sin cludln Intfneliability of the company or firm the Individual members dl rectlyor Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 30 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of that bank How Indebtedness stated In above Item secured See Bee 683 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If the amount of such In dobtednell exceeds to per cent of paldup capital stock ot llank See lice tta Kentucky Statute How U tame secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including In the lia bility of the company or firm a liability of the Individual members thereof exceed per cent of paidup capital and actual sur plusIf state amount of such Indebtedness Amount of last dividend t Were nil expenses losseslnterestand es deducted tlierefrom beforedeclarlngdlv Idend and was not lest than 10 per cent of net of the bank for the period cover lurflulfundBeelSec 600 Kentucky Statutes 611431- 6State of Kentucky County ot Lincoln f S H I J Bailey cashier of tho Crab Orchard Banking Co bank organized and doing business In tine town of Crab Orchard In tbu said county teingdulyswornsaysthefore Roing report Is a statement of the con slltton of the said bunk lit the slow ot bun ness on Juno JJ Itwt to the best of his knowl edge and belief and further says that tho business ot nank IInl been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report ls made In compli ance with on ofllclal notice received Iron the secretary of Htate as the day on which such reportsbali- be made JCBaileyJulyJ1tJohn Ed mlit on Notary Public JO BAILEY Cashier GOTerDlrtct x- J SUwME WEB I r Why be uncomfortable in those heavy clothes ofuyours Why not dress for com fort when it costs no more Those very light twopiece suits in GREY TAN AND BLUE u stylIish fa Fountain Shirt I 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 ourtstock in the very best styles and patterns l t H J McROBRTS I 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 aiitttitlas PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Pirsl 91alio11al tank Stanford JrOryonijtfd J882 Capital tJcA SS 000uSepia and BWWVrW iProfilt S 9 000 Jfas paid in Dividends since Oryanixationf f2f 5OO- Snullo few jfccounts on Our JTferiist OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cubr W W Saunders Bookkeeper F Reid DIRECTORSi J H Daughman jIMID Elmore J M Pettus S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker- C E TateINOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS 41144 Cure Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Limberneck Price cents No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Guaranteed by 50I George L Penny I PharmacistISTANFORD KENTUCKY BARDSTOWN KY May 11908 t One drop of 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves thejcbicen instantly When fed in feed or water if is the beet preventative I have ever known WILL COOMES t i tit e I + I The Interior Journal ft1teedour personal recommendation Drug Store THERE Is no better way to cool off these hot days than at Sod Fountain Tho Ico Cream Soda Water Is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS MRS W S DENIIAM is sick MRS JOHN M STONE is quite sick Sunday at LonM A JOHNSON spent don MRS Vic OWENS visited Junction City friend Miss BESSIE ELKIN of Louisville was hero Friday MR L WEAREN HUGHES spent acv eral days in Louisville J LEE RurLEY is clerking in R II Bat sons store at Lancaster DR W N CRAW and family return ed to Middlcsboro yesterday Miss JESSIE LEE IIIILUPS visited her aunt Mrs J S Phillips Miss OPHELIA CHANCELLOR visited friends in Parksvlllo last week- J B HUFFMAN Is able to be out alter a bad spell of stomach trouble Mn R C SAUFLEY of Harrodaburjr spent Sunday with his mother hero SAM J BELL of Stanford was hero Wednesday on business Liberty News HARTWELL C LECOMPTE of Frank- fortl spent Sunday with a friend here Miss LINDA MILLER left Sunday to viilt Mrs Edwin P Moritz at Atlanta Mn AND MRS R D BRUCE have gone to Crab Orchard Springs Advo r cate MR WILLIAM TURPIN of Pineville wal tbo guest of Herman Lair last week MRS C U COLEMAN returned with her husband to Carey Bell county yes- terdayt MRS MATTIE NEVIUS returned yes l r terday from a visit to her sister ii J Louisville JULIUS VosGUBNIGAN and family of Nlcholasvillc wero guests of his rela heretS WARREN spent last week j in Louisville visiting his daughter Mrs Edna Hcrrod MR M C WILLIAMS and family of I Somerset visited the family of Mr C E tato Friday MISSES LOUISE AND EVELYN EAST LAND of Louisville are with Miss Margaret Hopper MR JOSEPH HOLMAN and wife of IIDlrmlnstham were guests of Mr and Mrs J Eo Holman MRS 0 G HARRISON of Springbo rot 0 Is with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Walden Miss MINNIE IturLEY has returned from Omaha Neb where she has been teaching the oral system MR IL E McRonERTS and wife of Lancaster were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs II J McRoberts DR SPENCER dean of tho Normal School at Richmond was ho guest Dr and Mrs G G Perry MRS W M BOOLE after a two months visit to her parents Mr and Mrs W HWherrltt has returntd to her home In New OrleansLancaster fI RecordMR AND MRS E T CARTER and lit tie son Earl arrived Saturday night from Evansville Ind to visit the homefolks Miss Addle McClary came themi OVVSLEY who became III with typhoid fever while vis Unit relatives in Atlanta has sufficient ly recovered to write to his father Judge J S Owslcy REV AND MRS D M WALKER as far as Cincinnati on their return from- Vanceburg last week but the former was tAken ill and is still there under the care of a physician Miss ELIZABETH THATCHER and Mrs Sam Parker left Tuesday for Crab Orchard Springs to spend two weeks Dr J A Bolin of Hustonville was in city Wednesday to attend the third anti niversary of the opening of tho Somerset HospitalSomerset Times MR RODMAN KEENON and wife have returned to Harrodsburg after several years location in Frankfort to the regret of many friends Mr Keennon served in the office of the Court of Ape peals with great efficiency under Clerk Morgan Chinn He will practice law in Harrodsburg and also be city attor ney thereFrankfort Journal Miss LILLIAN B LEAVELL daughter- of Mr J B Leavell of the Bryants ville section led all contestants in the popularity contest inaugurated by the Lexington Herald She got 159038 votes which was more than three times the number received by her strongest rival in this district She will bo given a protracted stay at Atlantic City By virtue of tho fact that she got the large esfnumber of votes she has tho honor of naming tho chaperono of tho party Miss Leavell Is a cousin of Miss f Carpenter of this place and is a charming ladyLOCALS GET Singletons special prices for July t LOTS of free attractions at the Lin- Coln County Fair at Stanford July 22 t 8 24Si PONY phaeton for sale W 0 Walker Stanford CARLOAD of nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stan ford TAKE a ride on the big Ferris wheel at the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 22 23 24 LOST between Stanford Huston ville white lace bow fastened with U DC pin Reward Miss Frances AdamsSON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper MR II C BRIGHT sec of the Danville Fair which will bo pulled off Aug 6 G and 7 has our thanks for a complimentary which we are looking forward to using MARY HANNA 16yearold daughter of Mack Montgomery colored died of typhoid fever in Macksvillo Sunda night Her brother died of the sam disease a few months ago YOUR account with tho Stanford Drug Co has not yet been paid and n settlement is desired and must bo had This means you if you owe tho firm which Is now out of business and must settle up its affairs AUCTION In order to settle up the firms business wo will sell at public auction on July 13 County Court day all our accounts same will bo sold sep erately and as a whole Terms cash Cummins McClary KILLED BY A TRAINJohn the 14 yearold son of Mr and Mrs Josepl Murphy was strnck by a passenger en glnoat Junction City and instantly kill ed The train was running at a high rato of speed and the little fellow never know what hurt him Tin trustees of r Stanford Graded School met Saturday and elected Miss Ethel Fcttro of Indiana teacher of the- vocal and elocutionary department of tho school Miis Fcttro taught at Crab Orchard a year or so ago and is well known here She is now in Minneapolis taking n special course A MODEL JUDOCity Judge Gooch believes in sticking to business and for this reason ho never takes a vacation In the past two years he has been in once he has only been away from busi ness a few hours one day to attend a picnic Ho says he is happier when ho is at work and a vacation Is tho most tiresome work ho knows of Somerset Times QUICK SETTLEMENT My barn which burned June 21st was insured In the Continental through K B Mahoney of Stanford Tho adjuster come Friday 26th and gave me a draft for tho full amountwlthout a cent discount I have a great deal of Insurance nearly all of which Is with theContinental and this is tho first loss I have ever sustained I recommend tho Continental and its gen eral agent Mr Mahony to my friends who want good insurance F P Com- best THE contract to put ntho con- Crete pavements in Stanford was awarded to Joseph H Gibson cashier of tho First National Bank of Somerset at a meeting of the city council Thurs day Connelley Bros of Danville are the practical men who will look after the work Mr Gibsons bid was 151c per square foot on a credit of lour years or 14c for cash Work will begin with a large force the latter part of this week Mr Gibson is thorough lv responsible and ha can bo depended on having good work done There were five biddersItCOFEY APPOINTED JAILER At the request of Mrs WI Herrin Judge J S Owsley appointed Mr Robert H Coffey to succeed her husband as jailer of Lincoln county Mr Coffey will be jailer in name only as the business will be under the watchcare of Mrs Herrin widow of the deceased jailer and hero son Mr Vic Owens The appointment is entirely satisfactory to the public which was desirous that Mr Hernias family should have tho proceeds of tho office Mr Coffey who is one of Geo L Pennys clever drug clerks will as slat Mrs Herrin when his services are desired but his being jailer will not in terfere with his present position DUDDERARMrs James Dudderar died at her home at McKinney of pa ralysis at 1 oclock Sunday afternoon aged She Is survived by her hus band who is about 85 and the follow ing children Mesdames R R Gentry and L B Owens and Messrs Samuel Thomas and William Dudderar Dc ceased had twice been married her first husband being Mr Kendrick Dud derar A relative of her second She was a splendid woman and her loss will be keenly felt in the little town in which she lived For many years she had been a devout member of tho Christian church and she was a regular attendant at the services of her church as long as her health would permit Truly a good woman has gone to her reward and may those who weep soon realize that their loss is her eternal gain The burial occurred in Goshen cemetery at 230 yesterday afternoon aftar services at the grave by EIdJ- G Livingston LOST In Stanford a gold cuff button withJ C C engraved This of fice BASEBALL Reds vs Boston Sunday 12th excursion via the Q C route to Cincinnati ITilE 1008 tax books have been mado out and your taxes are due Come in and settle T J sheriff IF not sold privately before August county court day I will sell two regis tered race mares on that day Steep Bailey A SPLENDID new storeroom and sev eral office rooms for rent in tho new I 0 0 F building Apply to J W irel- and Mgr 2t GREAT prices on sum mer goods such as lawn mowers hoaeC screening goods poultry fence etc Geo D HopperSNEWS comes from Garrard that CurtI A Robinson was damaged to the extent of 1000 or more by a veritable waterspout Thursday night THE time for working the county roads has been extended from July 1 to July 25 The court to allow claims for same will convene Aug C George B Cooper county clerk BROKE His ARM Calvin Hester litItie son of Deputy Sheriff W H ter fell from a mule while hauling hayI shocks and broke both bones of his left arm between the wrist and elbowI COME and see the ferns hanging bas kets and cheap bedding plants at the Stanford Greenhouse Special atten tion given to cut flower orders AilsaI Lena L Hampton Logan Avenue FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of ISO acres One of tho best farms in the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky THE chairmen of the board of white trustees are requested to meet in my office July 13th county court day There is some important business under the new school law which needs attention G Singleton Supt A thedirectors of the Lincoln County Fair is called for 3 oclock Friday afternoon next July 10 Business of importance is to bo transacted and a full attendance is BIked J F Cummins Secretary A CONCERT and recital will be given at Maccabeo Hall Junction City Thursday night next IGth theproceeds to go to the Baptist church J M Dunn of Austin Texas a wellknown impersonator will take part Admis lion 16 and 25c SUICIDED James A Gammon aged 45 years was found hanging in his barn in Boyle having evidently committed suicide many hours before the discovery was made Gammon was a farmer and no cause is known why he should have decided to end his life He leaves a wife and one son Two bird dogswith brown cars have been killing chickens by the score on Portman Avenue for several days past If the owner of these dogs desires to have them live any longer he had better confine or muzzle them for the good women who live on that street are armed and on tho warpath IT is with much that wo learn of the death of that splendid citizen and good man W I Herrin jailer of Lin coln county who died at his home in Stanford Wednesday lie had been sick for several months with a compli cation of diseases Mr Herrin was formerly a Rockcostle citizen and had many warm friends In this countyMt Vernon Signal JOSEPH HOLMAN of Birmingham who is spending a few weeks at Crab Orchard Is pitching for the ball club at that place and is doing good work SatJ urday the Crab Orchard team defeated Gum Sulphur 21 to 0 and immediately AlloysIto 1 Mr Holman will pitch for the C 0 team against the Junction City club at Junction City this afternoon MR ROBERT II COFFEY who was appointed jailer to succeed Mr W I Herrin deceased by Judge J S Ows ley announces this issue his candidacy to fill the unexpired term which is the year of 1909 subject of course to the action of the democratic party If elected he will turn over to Mrs Agnes S Herrin all the emoluments arising from the office and will allow her to run the office under his supervision with the aid of a competent deputy KILLING IN BOYLE Rolla Davis on- of tho most prominent farmers of Boyle ounty was killed in a fight following- n altercation which arose during the regress of a ball game at Perryvllle Saturday Davis was at tho game and ecame involved in a quarrel with Thos Wheat aged 21 and his brother Sam Wheat aged 23 A general fight followed In which Davis was struck on herliead with a base ball bat His skull was fractured and he died TheI Wheat boys have been arrested They- re sons of Richard Wheat and are well sown GET ready for the Crab Orchard fair next week MR AND MRS W D HOCKER of Hustonville gave a very delightful Porch Party Saturday night In honor of Misses Sallie Cooke of Nashville and Lou Rocker of Hustonvllle A toothsome Dutch lunch was enjoyed NINE doless Negroes were Jailed for vagrancy tho other day Two others promised to leave town or go to work Let the good work continue but dont let the color line cut any figure A white vagrant is equally as bad as a black vagrant- ATTENTIONIt is with pleasure that wo recommend the Home Insurance Co of New York to my neighbors and friends We lost our dwelling and contents by fire holding a policy oi 2500 in the Home Insurance Co our loss was adjusted liberally and promptly So wo recommend the Home Insurance Co of New York and Jesse lJ Wearen the insurance man Stanford Ky for liberal and prompt set tlement of losses Very truly Tavia Carter Wm Carter Parksville Ity June 22 1908 J T EMBRY and J C Reid had a valuable brood mare to die last week The animal had been shipped from Lex- Ington and with her colt had been put a close box car The train was laid and the animals were kept in tho hot box for 21 hours The mare was about parched when she was given her freedom and died a short while later The colt was damaged to some extent but it will likely get well The mare was a thoroughbred and a great breed cr She was by Kingston second dan by Hindoo One of her colts started 21 times last year and won 19 races The colt by her side is by Ornament and tho mare had been bred back to the great racer Messrs Embry and Reid valued the mare at 3000 and if the railroad company does not settle antis factorily with them for her suit will be filed STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I desire to IlJfIaII my splendid stock of goods nt Kl he stock Is for the most part new anti In n good inhibit condition For further imrtlculnr will on or uddreu u WI1UGH- Kldd Wore Ky FOR SALE I CoeklrellEIHtDuck or young Ducks Call and see them Mils J HnMlsTO Phone i Crab Orchard Ky LN TIMETABLE No II south 1121 rxNo south iziso P X No North A X No t North 218 r X JOS S RICE Agent Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Homertet pike four milefrom Stanford Contains 1M acres Opal residence und abundant outhoutes in good repair For further call at thlt oUlceCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting ai Work 1lIvtmentll and In fact we can make any bouse down to a fence poll We can serve you promptly nnd tlrstclasi prlcelbeforo PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky ooijeiPenniotooFire Life Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stan ford Ky ALMONT DARE Registered In A B U R1 Blred by Dignity Dare 18J A B H n lie by Hqulrrc IlameVImlit damTxawayelky King Vol V0- hyAlmotmsuds avioCrlt y1partahaml Copper Hot torn 6th dam by Imported IlutrardNonADnontDare ni we are able to discover is the unit bore on reconl hay Ing to Ills credit the honor of defeating with thoie Of hli real lire DigmltyDarodoing to last year every time coming In contact with them Ai an Indl vidual this la it very attractive horse stand ing 11 hands with great style A beautiful bay with manners unparalelled even by it I11ly A remarkable show horse In harness anll under caddie dhows distinct caddie alts all very fast and pleasant with speed faaminutecllp In barnest One cannot conceive of a liner bred horse tracing atimes to Imported horses on Ills dams side tlmel1Imptimes 1IlInnaplIIackraltrare opportunity breed tooneof Americas best at f 15 Will also stand two good mule lacks at each Will make the season of 1J08 at my lIDlton1vUleZ B POWELL BO- NIlusteahlle Jy KEEP II SMRPC l hooIc OUT Jj i f 3Ii 1I f J FOR OURA SemiAnijual Rem ant Sales which we will announce in a few days We did not have the room for remnants in our June Sale but will spread them in a few days and add the accumulations during this sale This will make the largest quantity of Rem nants of Silk Dress Goods Wash GoodsRib bons Laces Etc we have ever offered The price will be about onehalf IBEEWe will give away during this Remnant Sale several barrels of pretty Glassware Look out for circulars and this space for particulars J SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD I KY r New Baby Caps In Swiss Also in Hamburgh and Lace from 35c to 75c Tho new Triangular Hat for children at 50c We are now able to show you the best and most complete line ot Laces Hamburghs Corset Gover Em f broidery Torschons Lace Bands Medallions and Bayy Irish Bauds that were ever shown in Stanford New Sash Ribbons in Moriee Persians and Plain Taffetas from 25c to 50c Pictorial Patterns for August just received TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY NEW Stock Buggies Runabouts Etc t Just in Ready for the Fair Call andsee us We H HIGOJJISSta- nford Kentucky ij The Interior Journal Al4teredinAaPost Ofceat 6Mnford cu tteonddatt matter VOBUBHBD TUESDAYS AND HUXM- TIf JT 100 PER YEAR CAST i when not paid ssoo will be charged BaD CARTERN- owLlvorvDopot Stroot Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Por the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon ray form day or night o1 dolDR injury In traveling the pub to stock from thi tolandspresent und future J1 reward of sro for pnrtlculnrl tee me I also offer two special of PJ and 1100 eaohJOOnrpenter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite nnd Marble Monuments tanttorkiat Reiuionable 1rlces Offlco McKlnneyKyj Shop closed on Saturday A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Sign Writing Draper and House Fainting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY I Interior Fresco Decorator draining Ete cKINNEY K- YINSURANCE lire Ughtnlng WlndHtorm Life and jLaoldent None the 8TBONQKHT and BEST Represented Lowest Pos tibia Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying Keo Ira Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8L For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Many Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies lu the Tobacco District and others have ceased writing at n time when the farmer needs them the most A Friend In need Is n Friend Indeed The Home In tnranee Company of NV the largest and most popular Fire Insurance Oompnny hue always and Is now writing tobacco barns and all classes of tarot property They have not cancelled n single In coun trouble tea where the tolwcco has been the worst For Insurance classes of furor property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmerand Dealer InlHarnoss Saddlory STANFORD KY Off ee Fbon UT Home Phone B6 J CHURCH MATTERS Richmond Catholics will build a stone church Tho Harrodsburg Methodist church Is to bo enlarged- J E Buck has called a business meet- Ing of the Epworth League for Thurs day night at the Methodist church The physicians of Bishop Potter be lieve that his Improved condition wa ranta a decided hope for his recover Mr Bryan and and Mr Taft both at tended Baptist Sunday schools Mr Bryan is a Presbyterian and Mr Taft a 16000 native Christians have been massacred in China In the last eight years there have been over 100000 added to the Protestant mission churches The pastor of the Methodist church promises a rich treat for Thursday nights prayer meeting Tho History of EH by T D Raney The History of Samuel by Mrs Delia Woods and The History of Saul by Mrs Lula Cormney Voluntary talks on the Sun day school lesson Services will begin at 730 r H A protracted meeting is being con ducted in the church on the hill at Rowland It is under the leadership of Rev Geo F Smith of Evansville Ind who will bring the message from time to time before the people Singing con ducted by R C Byrd of Valley Cen ter Va Both of them are of the Meth odist Church South Everybody Is in vited to attend and bring friends and loved ones with them S FIVE milch cows for sale Mrs Elle Helm Shelby City Ky 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 ford Four export cattle belonging to Louis Thompson of Montgomery county were killed by lightning Twenty acres of wheat on J P In grams farm near Marcellus Garrard county averaged 34 bushels William Moser bought of E G Bick ley a Shropshire buck for 30 lie sold D C Allen 30 200pound hogs at 51c ESTRAY A pale red steer weighing about 750 pounds left my place some three weeks ago Liberal reward for his return Last seen near Masons Gap J C Lynn Stanford Howard Forsythe has sold 111 acres off Fairview Stock Farm to his neigh bor John H Smith for 8000 Charley Perkins bought a good pair of mules from W T Robinson for 500 Squire Matt Morris sold Overstreet Coleman 19 1300pound cattle at 5 centsHnr rodsburg Herald Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1903 Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 23 5 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkcsville Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the emedy that does tho healing others iromlsebutf all to perform says Mrs R Pierson of Auburn Centre Pa It U curing mo of throat and ung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only tempo arlly New Discovery Is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length ofUme will restore me to perfect lealtb1 This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healI er Is sold at Pennys Drug Store 60c md el Trial bottle free On Thursday Georgia populist will told their State convention in Atlanta It is not expected that a State ticket will be named The feature of the con entlon will be the formal notification to Thomas E Watson of his nomina ion on the populist ticket for president of the United States and his speech of acceptance A Revelation- It Is a revelation to people the severe cases of lung trouble that have been cured by Foleys Honey and Tar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M RugglesReasnor Iowa writes fThe doctors said I had consumption and I got no better until I took Foleys Honey and Tar It stopped the hemorrhages and pain In my lungs and fioy are now as sound as a bullet Pennys Drug Store The nine balloons that started in a race at Chicago on the afternoon of July 4 have come to earth Several of them were tossed about on Lake Michi gen and their occupants narrowly es caped Some 6f the balloons landed Iri Canada The function of the kidneys Is to strain out the Impurities of tho blood which is constantly passing through them Foloys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy They will strain- out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy and I t will make you well Pennys Dru t Store The Atlantic battleship fleet is ready to sail from San Francisco today for Honolulu Choice Goods Foaled January IdOJ black with whit points 15S hands Sired by Wonder nnd out of Ohenault Jennet W7 Wonder wai send by IMlknnp ho by Imported Helknan Choice 0004 darn Is by Jumbo Imported Ho was bred by Charles Ohenault of HogH na u inner county Tenn and Is a great Individual lie won the blue tie In the sweep- stake ring at the State fair at Nash vlllv nno has many more blue ties to his credit Choice Uoods before you breed Ho will servo Jennets at t and Slares at lit to sure living roll- Will stand two other Jacks at IliI to Inure living colts Will a so stand the magnificent draft sta lion leorgo llerr nt IUI to Insure n livini colt MM HAUOI1MAN Stanford Ky Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1O11O Beau Naboths dart Non Itaughmnn by Korvnl BS by Electioneer 125 Xnd dam Le la J by Metropolitan laW by llniiiblc ton Inn 10 3rd data Joiephlno by Mambrlno starlight l by Unrlbay HI 4th dam Mary Wither by Oliver thoroughbred iSth dam by Wagner sift dam by Imp Trauby 7th dam by Thorntons llnttler Beau Noboth Is a handsome bay standing 15a hands of great style and action and has tohisWill stand at the barn of fellx White I miles south of Stanford near Somerset pike at 115 to Insure a living colt Mares from a distance grazed at JIM Money duo when mare traded or parted with or bred elsewhere TM brat personal care taken though no responelblllllfor ac cidents or escapes Stanford Ky GALTON 12910 Season of Itu- WBlreofOalvInC lWi Al Burns 2Jif and six others with trials front to those are the only ones that were overhand led for speed Also the sire of one dam with one In the J 0list Sired lambetta Wll kes Jl i the sire of suo In thf zaa list III in- IIOandhetterolalmedt0 be the greatest strain the world let dam Dalsey Field grnnd dam of 5 with records of from tIT to SllHKlby Knlleld JS son of Hambltonlan 10 Seelnys American Htar Kntleld J2V hm SIny3 his daughters haven In better Ynd data Quickstep Kentucky Prince Jr sire of J Q i17t lAin onado 211j and dams of lSthe SM list 3rd dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J IJ aalton curries the blood of tour lending tamlllellInmblltolllanlWilkes Mambrlno GaltonscolUnavegoneiigalnstanddffeat ed the lost In harness classes Mild roadster rlngsthey are In great demand sellng as high asldbafter maturity yearlings from tUOtoSMO laltol1 will stand at my stable 2 miles west of llustonvllle on llradfordn villePike ot I to 1IIIIIre n IhlnK colt Ion duo It UIro is traded Mhr hlnl bred Plenty of grass at JA per month saved ex pressly for mares no otber stock ndxed with marcs have gross lots and large stables for mares to foal Grain fed at cost Phone In residence H ustonvi lie Kxcbango W M IKDI Hustoiivllle Ky QUARTERLY REPORT OP THE McKinney Deposit Bank McKinney Ky At the Close of Business June 89 IBM RESOURCES Loans anJ DlsceunlM l I9O0 tl- Dverlrsfts seNred 11300 Due from ratlon Itenks S Sre2 TOankinglluusanlleL 102oo lorlltgnM I 644 66 CurrencyIb 00 2443 ttOther lie nil urrlol as Lajh- urntture ate II sat Pbturet 2031 und toMfTiJiM lurrent Expenses last qusrterJOS 25 JX 7M Give description kxitten value niSIhow long owneJ an teat esUte xttpt ankioe house ad lot If any e ne4long er than years LIABILITIES t aplUI Stock pas Inln cashIOOOerplusFunl nJlvlJeJ lrofitsMDue Depositors as foNowsvli eposlts subject to check on which Interest Is not 4ISW 56 deposits subject to check on o0whichlemand certificates of deposits on which Interest Is pas ooacewl- ine certificates of deposits en which Interest Is paJM cacao 00 iavlnes deposits on whkh terest Is pIJM ooooo ertlfied Checks Due National Binks Due State Banks anJ Bankers Due Trust Companies ashlers Checks outstanding DIIII reJlscounItJMM 000 oa npald dividends 00 000 00 axes due sad unpaid 00 000 00 ttMrred oar UXNMM 000 00 Capital stock not puMSUPPLEMENTARY llehest amount of Indebtedness of InyItockholder person company or firm On ludlne In the liability Inllvidulmerefirm the liability of the era thereof directly or Indirectly If such idebiedness exceeds so percent of capIstock actually paid In and actual mount of surplus of the tank None low Is Indebtedness stated In above lIemIt secured See Sec 81 Ky Statutes llthest amount of Indebtedness of any hector or officer amount of such In iebtedness exceeds per cent of pall up capital stock of Kentucky None Set Sec j Statutes low Is urns secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any erson company or Including In the lability or firm the llabll Ily of the Individual members thereof ex cel4 0 per cent of paidup capital anJ- aCluallurpJul No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend f 00 Were all expenses losses Interest taxes deducted therefrom before de lai Ing dividend and was not less than per cent of net profits of the bank for Ihe period covered the dividend carried to he surplus fund before said dividend declared YN See Sec Kentucky Statutes KENTUCKYtrA7So9tTATE OF of Lincoln J DflOIltnanlrot McKinney In said county being duly sworn lays the foregoing report Is In all respects a true state sent of Ihe condition ol sail at the clot of justness on the loth day of Jane igoS to the but of his knowledr s and belief and further says that the business ol said Bank lUll teen transacted at the location named ant not elsewhere and tha the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice re ceived from the Secretary of State designating the Nth ds of Juaapot as the day on which reporllhall be made Bubtcritad and sworn to before me by It B VttcsU Cashier the 1st day of July 19- 0EJTscaer N P McKlosty Ky R11 Metcalf Cashiers F Wart K L Tea ierVrJ Orlder Directors A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my farm of lOa Here two tulles from Stanford on Danville pike good brick rrtldence two tiaras two orlltf nnd other necessary bulldlngll 1ell watered more than halt ert- ney will give possession In October If not sold bjr October will otter to hilihest bidder JOI IIALLOC Stanford Ky BCIUOU ot 10- 1SAMPSON This ounl will make this season nt lluuljhnmlltarmerset pike at 110 to Insure mure colts and Jj to insure horse colts I consider Hainino a gnat breetllng lack All of his lat year colts were extra I showed two of them nt Stanford LnncnaUir nnd Danville fairs anot won both lit und ind premiums In colt ring ot Oto 10 entries nt nil tlireo fairs also won Istlnthenwevpstakorlngat lancasterU only fair that gave n sweepstake Eight of his hail colts anti four ot line IWH tolls lire stow on my arm to show for themselves I will appreciate nny mares sent to hint and feel sum you Will not regret sendin- gJHBAUailMANHtanforxl Ky Phone 46 PEYTON My fine mule Jack wilt make the pretcn sroson at a llv Ingcolt ilnMaatrebslgetternndi con alder hint an extra goal mule Jack 1111 mules round up whotunluredright At IS bands high Also a fine blackja- ckTURNER with white points U hands Inch will permitted to sent snare nt N to Inure i See his colts on my farm tltIY lire extra gosh I have two young Jacks Sunrise and Midday that will serve u fey mores gratis My hor- soIndependence Chief tilthsunaitlit dam by Uambetla Wllkel with live pro duclng dance end sired is Ueclllan Chief 1111 KINO Moreland Ky Lincoln Squirrel lUxl fay d yeara old Mack polntslthands talllIIKtdsat In a bred horse but I use him only In harness and a more perfect harness bono have never seen can step very taut with extreme high action All around and I think him to be oneof tht best stallions In the State to breed good hlghclas walktrot and business hones that will bring you fancy prices lie line some yearling and twoyear old colts that Invltii breeders to see TeDKlKKB Lincoln Suulrrel wa sired by Marion lllack S iulrn lMbe liiaekkegleT44u b King ellliam Marlon Squirrel let dam by Green Mountain end dent by Hughes Kdwln For est Lincoln Squirrels lit dam Knit Messenger by 3 1I1rbrother to Iaudo Mcesnger reeoM2sle 2nd dam Maria Itopnuw liy MHinhrlnoHlar light n full brother to lady Thorn 524 Srd dam Molllu Irow by Helm Yorkshire Illnck sirry Is grand sire U tin sire of more uoml highelm iiuldl horses than nny other home In the world aunt nt High land lKuiimrklh il r flare pied tlllIlrrl and runny others Will nniki the season of 1101 tat stile testis In Stanford nt 1IsM to Insure nllvlUK colt Money due when colt U foaled or mare parted with Happy Brummel lied 0rNIII1hll tt star IIIK snip full 1111 1m twin old end the llnrtt young saddle stallion thnt I vt rowrml Sind hy Ilnp ltenu Krum- incl lot dllm bonnie Alntont hy Alin Jr IMnnsnrkl find dnus- by Ilautbletonlnn III Uh tIm hy Brent he liy Varrlek he by Cnrbenu This hors will d to serve only n few mares and will then liu prefand to defeat all champions Hcn tee l1 to IHIUM u living volt Red Light lied sorrel uonuSyvnnoldiaiiumlthlili extra weight and lane Hlrelby fninoui roadster and sire jtld Iuf who U too will known to nil horsemen tontvdd crliitlonniid K UlnlIII Ut dam by ItJllk Ittai Run wits hay Maid liTONllm li Sllti Ron of the flrvnt lininlwtta iluin Nell by old IlnltornXrd ilnni 01Iyby Ht Klnio Ith dam Midnight liy Pilot JrStti dntii Twlllaht by Lexington Gtll dam Darknese b Wagner promisinlyoungwith bl else style that hv ii hound to n grcnt stock harms Will Iw nt lilY aisle pornHtnnfordnnd will le permitted to serve 91 good Hares nt II to Insure a living cult ttnonvy sine whit colt Ii tousled or inure pnrtcHl with Hn will then Iw put In training nod given n record Be sure to sea him bvforu bret itlnit your loud mares JAMES 11 IIEtZLEY Stanford Ky ASHLAND BROOK No 41TM 0111 A T H It hind by Eugene lluck Ashland brook was roaled1111eoihifay wilts left hind loot while stands lP hands PKIIIOHKB Hired by Hllrnt Ilrook No lVill of Mnrgan t ihsth ate2IlhlietlistBrook s1ITA4an- iy I ellbrook2l7 Jennie ill S1JS Klllot hoist SH1 iJidy Ilrook 26s- od Running IIrOlII 2u Silent IIrook tnadVultugIN ht oy reoord77 Anhland llrooks 1st dam llunii Wren by Ashland Wllkes JIII record the sire of John KHentrv3U HnllrIllr Ashland Wilkes sired by lied- Yllkess0 be by George Wilkes second Iaul Idlly by Pretender dui- ty JlmSIonroeKB NonA hlalld Brook Is u handsome fel low with lots of substance has a bold way f going with lots of speed style and action Its first of volts cmno lust prlllfondnilhey were one could ex ng good rotors with of else and Iota of style and llnlsh Ashland Brook will make the present season at pS to Insure u tvt1g colt Will also stand the great mule and Jennet lock Keene at lor mares and ta for Jennets to insure n living colt Hilly Keene was sired by Tom Keens tat dam bp l dam bv Jovl nubbles lrlncethesirs of Joe Hhickburn and IIrl nolln Hilly Kvuno stands full 10 hands black with white point and as n breeder Is unurpaEd us mute or ennetJnekhhscolti Iwayn bringing tho highest Maros traded parted with or elsewhere for cite the Insurnncu and money becomes due at too time of such transaction KING EAGLEI- No 25M Vol 0 A H II K King Eagle Is It hands high durk bay with flowing mano nod tall goes all the gaits with plenty ol speed style action PxnwatutHlred by Iloyal King ara he by On TIIII Stonewall Jackson 72 Royal Dins lit dam Molllo Mounts 3tll was by the noted Hire Oabbelli lvxlng tonKH ASe EaglelnrdlOlllueby0ldKing Ka byIfarrislDenmark45 4th dam by Jim NoxaKing Eagle is n combined stallio- breederot colored and high action oltanll having plenty of sire and tlscolts will show for tliemeelves King Kagle will sake the Present session of WH at oar stable two and onehalt miles West of on the Hhelby ingcolt t the riceoflow to insure Will also stand the great mule lack Jim Keene at IM for mares and for Jennets to Insure a living colt Jim Keene sired by Keene 1st dam by the Imp pointsnaIsmUle lack yearold that won not In their classes last year at Kentucky State Fair- HT HAIUUB KOUT WOODS Phone 11 RingS Stanford Ky OK lorCapital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 Si H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIE- B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER HCCARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEP- RDIREOTORSi J B 01v81e Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John P Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachornvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Prospect 2087 A Se H R V At 15 to Insure C C S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 12 Mlles WoI HuitonvlIIt This combined stallion will make the sea llrethfordsvllletendIwntfr Htntlonnt 1lS1o insure a living colt mars traded or tmrted with or bred to also ownerforfeitson time of such notion Men retained on ataasoilore removal of stares Mares entrusted will receive our Attention but we wlllnotberesponslhlefor accidents or es ClljI handshigh beAUtltionally broad hint tone huts moot he Beat bthIlJltllKy Kxtremely nno weathers with neck placegiving esctIItrite high action and every foot In addle gaitswithhissaction five trot well In IInI halwrluIlKDlnHlCtClrl IllieckSquirrelt wby fI1i s TU by stonewall Jackson Tl rod dent by SumpterDenmark 4rlngtho honli t typeandsale at a remunerative rice for eltlmr hires or rive gaited horses with that long swan shaped neck that Is alwolutely necessary forJa show hone of this tiny Fro act has manyblueties oldtorusfirst In his dim At Chicago lint was sec ortbltmnlthllchfront rank What more could ono demand V Ot H K OAHlKNTHU Phone Hustonvltle Ky Kxehaniie The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook Stoves t Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Get Ills Prices nTHE 1JX rIGEORGE H HARRIS Residence For sale I I iloMro to soil jny rcsidonco on Portman Avonuo This is a now mod em uptodate hoti804 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in hath room and kitchen Hot water heat nil over tho house This is jile heat and most economical heat that is known today for a t residence Good Stable nnd Garden Price 2000 44 SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing 4 THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 SYeLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO 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