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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 10 1908 HO 37 PREACHERSVILLE There will be services at the Baptist church Saturday Saturday night and Sunday Mrs N J Horton has been very sick of heart trouble but is now some bet ter Mrs Joe M Lunsford is mud betterW F Parks grist mill is drawing custom from a long ways even unto the gates of Crab Orchard It is hard to keep a good thing down Our school started in a most satlsfac I tory manner Tuesday morning with Miss Kate Waters of Stanford all teacher Miss Massey will teach at tho Hobbs school Wo have experienced a severe drouth J iU equal not within tho memory of our oldest inhabitant for the month of June A cloudburst and windstorm on Drakes Creek did lots of damage Menefee Elmore our new merchant t has gotten his storeroom in shape and will soon stock up Besides genes merchandise he will sell ice run o bar i bar shop laundry agency and will be one of our busiest business men Miss Margaret Brown of Marets burg is the guest of Miss Fannie Thompson Miss Uuth Durham of Omaha Is visiting the family of her brother Tom Durham Mrs James I White and son Hobart of Stanford visited at W P Whites Mesdames Fred Shaw Ben Holtzclaw and J II Thompson were guests of Mrs Cress Mr John Anderson and daughter Mrs F F Cummins and Miss Ellta Ander son of Lancaster visited David Ander son Sr James Cummins and wife were gucsta of his parents here R E Mlban and sister Miss Lucy won guests of Rev Thomas Owens MIDDLEBURO fA crowded house witnessed the Day exercises at the Chris tlan church at YosemIte Sunday night The manner In which tho children acquitted themselves was highly credit I able not only to them but to the teacher Mrs Laura Lee who labored han in preparing for the occasion Dr J M Haney James Winfrey and Thomas Wheeler attended court at Liberty Monday Josh SWopo a prospec five candidate for circuit clerk of Lin coin and a Jolly old fellow was award cd the premium for being the handsom cst bachelor at Jones Park Saturday Stanley Mcintosh came over to the pic nlc Saturday and brought Miss Kate Florence with him Misses Molllo Good of Lexington and Archie ColTey of McKinney visited Mrs R H McAn Inch There was a pretty good sized crowd at Jones Iark Saturday and for the most part was on orderly one The ball game between Huston villo and Middle burg created some excitement and was the occasion of a little scrap Mid dleburg won tho game by the score oft 0 to 2 Hatter pitched for Middlcburf and made the visitors livo hard striking out 20 men In fact Huston ville only knocked five fair balls The othercontests created no endof amuse ment and for the most part were lie cldedatlsfactorily to the contestants Mr Jones tells us that ho came out a little ahead u Boat prostrates tho nerves In the summer one needs a tonic to offset the customary hot weather Nerve and Strength depression You will feel better within 48 hours after beginning to take such a remedy as Dr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action In re storing the weakened nerves is surpris ing Of course you wont got entirely strong In a tow days but each day you can actually feel the Improvement I That tired lifeless spiritless feeling will quickly depart when using the Restorative Dr Snoops Restorative will sharpen a falling appetite It aids digestion it will strengthen tho weakened Kidneys and Heart by simply rebuilding tho wornout nerves that those organs depend upon Test it a few days and be convinced Sold by Pennys Drug Store Two men who know more about the meaning of the word harmony than Webster who wrote the big book are J C W Beckham and James B Mc 4Creary Whenever tho delegates hero see two men who from their manner might resemble Alphonse and Gaston they just say there go McCreary and Beckham they are from Kentucky Denver Cor Louisville Times Health Coffee Is really the closest Coffee Imitation over yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls Not a grain of real Cof fee In It either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted I grains with malt nuts etc Really It lwoutdfool an expert who might drink Coffee No 20 or 80 minutes tedious boiling Made In a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Storeo r R H BRONAUGH Secretary of the Crab Orchard Fair Racing Association which holds III 1903 meeting beginning Wednesday next July 16 The success of the Crab Orchard Fair is due no little to the han work of its efficient secretary lie Is not only a good fair official but an ex ccedlngly clever and accommodating gentleman CRAB ORCHARD Everything brought extra good price at Dr Doorcs sale Saturday Wo are thankful for the showers Farmers are almost through slacking wheat and some are having it threshed Hay is only half a crop Hogs are still dying with cholera in this vicinity Mr Stephen OWl ley of Moreland ia the guest of his relative Mrs David Street Vic Edwards is visiting friend at Stroud Okla Miss Myrtle Estes who has been in the employ of J Ba con Sons Louisville is at home for a short stay Mrs Lgbcrt and Miss Anna Hutchinson have been quite sick Little Birdie McClure is about well ol rheumatism Mrs Louisa Spratt ol Indianapolis is with friends here Mrs Rebecca Moreland gave an elegant din ing this week to a few friends and red atives Miss Dora Curtis has returned to Cov ington after a visit to the family oi Henry Newland and others Misses Bell Pennlngton and Katherine Middle ton were guests of Miss Bertha LucasI In the country Mrs Ellen Miss Anna Middleton visited Mrs Will Holdam who is quite ill Prof Sewell of London was hero recently Miss Beatrice Bastln is visiting her sister Mrs Stigall at Harriman Tenn Mr Thomas Hill Buchanan formerly oi this place but now a resident of Louis ville was selected to sing in the choir at the great Sunday School Convention recently held in the Falls City There were 400 singers under the manage ment of the noted E 0 Excoll The convention was held in the armory which has the largest seating capacity of any building in the South- MATRIMONIAL A Chicago woman is suing for her seventh divorce Lillian Callahan daughter of the not ed Brcathitt feudist Ed Callahan was married at Bcattyvillo to Clifton Goes a prominent young business man A M Wash general bookkeeper Ini the office of Auditor of Public Accounts F P James at Frankfort and Miss Vivian Morris of Mercer were mar- led this week- Madame Anna Gould and Prince Hello io Sagan were married at a registry office in London A subsequent ceremony was conducted at a French Prc teatant church Capt Casey Quartermaster State Guards stationed in DrackenI county has been served with summons from Bourbon county notifying him of suit brought for divorce alimony and custody of his children by his wife Mary Soho a sweetheart of John Do bonac of Harmony Pa from whom ho had parted had him arrested as a bank robber but in court the girl ad mitted the charge was trumped up to prevent the man from leaving A wedding shortly take place rv Pain will depart In exactly 20 min tea If one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain ablets Is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain always means con ostlon blood pressure nothing else Headache Is blood pressure toothache Is blood pressure on tho sensitive nerve Dr Shoops Headache Tablets also called Pink Pain Tablets quickly and safely coax this blood iressuro away from the pain conters Painful periods with women get Instant relief 20 Tablets 25o Sold by Pennys Drug Store- Williamsburg has decided in favor of a graded school by a vote of 201 to 70 NEWS NOTES Mrs Elizabeth Hubbard Mournin of Louisville celebrated her 100th birth day this week Jim West was killed by llghtnin while plowing in his corn field near Clarksville Tenn Hick Walbert wife and child were drowned at the Passing ford of Barren River in Monroe county The proposed consolidation of the First National and Third National Bank of Lexington has fallen through George flowers snapped his right arm breaking it badly while engaged in a ball throwing contest at Frankfort Robert Smith 22 years old son of Brcckenridgo B Smith a prominent druggist of Versailles killed himself In Atlridge wanted on the charge of embezzling 14000 at Jackson Mich was placed under arrest I1t Mobile Ala A movement is on foot to erect a monument to Joel Chandler Harris Uncle Remus who died in Atlanta several days ago Mrs John Ficher committed suicide at Owensboro by shooting hersel through the heart No cause can be discovered for the deed The Atlantic battleship fleet Bailee from San Francisco Tuesday afternoon Thero was no ceremony consequent to the departure of the fleet Mrs Arlie M Heaton killed her di vorced husband at lola Kan and attempted to shoot Mrs Ella Gill to whom he is said to have been engaged One man was killed a woman fatally injured and damage amounting to 50 resulted at Monongahela Pa when a boiler In the water works plant ex Skinner one of the most prom- Inent citizens of Clark county went down into a well to clean it out and was overcome by the gas When taken out he was dead Nicholas Cherry aged 24 shot and severely wounded his sweetheart Anna Weingartz 20 years old at Neponset Ind and then killed himself by firing a bullet into his heart At a joint meeting of the Ruaseliville Anti Saloon League and the W C T U strong resolutions were read and adopted denouncing proliquor editorials in the CourierJournal Near Decatur Ala Georgo Neville a prominent planter shot and instantly killed Collie Minor colored who was attempting to enter through window the bedroom of Nevilles two daughters President Roosevelt inspected Corn mander Pearys arctic steamer Roosevelt at Oyster Bay On leaving the vessel the President shook hands with Mr Peary and his crew and wished them good luck in their dash for the North Polo Fred Singleton an engineer of Newport when apprised by police officers that he was wanted to swear out a warrant for the arrest of the murderer of his father who was killed in Cincin rata about a year ago was seized with convulsions and died soon after Get my Book No4 For Women It will glvo weak women many vat rattle suggestions of reliefand with strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Raolno Wls The book No4 tells all about Dr Shoops Night Cure and how these soothing healing supposi tories can bo successfully applied to correct these weakness Write for the book The Night Cure Is sold by Pen ays Drug Store The last step in the trial of Caleb Powers was taken at Georgetown when the special term of court called to try owers was convened and a pardon from Gov Willson was produced The indictment was filed away for good and tho case closed The trials of Taylor and Finley will bo called at tho next term of court and the Governor will be eked to issue requisitions for them The function of the kidneys is to train out tho Impurities of the blood vhlch 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 it rill make you well Stanford Drug Co p Who in thunder cares whether Caleb Powers the whitewashed murderer of iov Goebel will or will not persuade omo imbecile girl up in Pennsylvania to marry him If she will keep him up there so we may never see his hated Ice again much may be forgiven fowling Green Messenger Cures Gapes Instantly BAUDSTOWN KY May 4 1908 One drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken in tantly When fed In feed or water It Ja the best preventive I have ever een Will Coomes HUSTONVILLE Clarence Myers and Nellie Austin each about 17 eloped to Tennessee and were married There were 10 car loads of cattle ship ped from here last week by local buyers who paid from 4c to 6Jc Our clever townsman A M Frye has a broken collar bone but does not know when or how it occurred- A large crowd from hero attended the 4th of July celebration at Yosemite and enjoyed everything except the fights Hustonville Masonic Lodge meets on Friday July 10 at 2 r M for work All members are cordially invited to at tendRural carrier on Route 1 discovered blaze on the roof of a cabin along his route and gave the alarm in time to save the building Our dear Uncle Josh Took first prize begosh At the Yosemite fairy For the best looking batcher Who failed to catcher Girl that he could marry Hon Sam Rector and mother ol Dunnville were guests of Mr Sam Damron and family Miss Mary Zel Ion of Boyle county is visiting Mrs George H Rout this week Mrs Mary McAfee of Baltimore has arrived to spend the summer with her mother Mrs Alice Lusk A note signed Night Riders was left at the home of Hardin Ellis in Ca sey county last Friday night In very strong language threats of burning barns houses and killing cattle were made and would be carried out in case Mr Ellis told what he knew on certain parties The guilty parties are known and will have the opportunity of ex plaining the matter at the next term of court Prof James C McIntyre of New York has been engaged by our board of education as principal of the Graded School He is a teacher and disciplina ian of ability and is highly recommended by President Harlan P French of Albany N Y and other high authors ties who give him unqualified endorsement There are no kinks in the boys that ho cannot straighten We expect the best and most thorough school in our history Jesso H Rout left last week for Stonega Va where he has accepted a good position with the Stonega Mining Co Miss Emma Routen of Waynes burg was the guest of Misses Sallie red Kathleen Routen Charles Brown of Lexington was hero Sunday to see a young lady Miss Sallie Cook of Nashville is visiting the scenes of her childhood and friends and relatives extend to her the glad hand of welcome in old Kentucky style Miss Mary Bag by of Danville is with Mrs D S Carpenter Miss Ida Tucker of Danville is visiting Miss Annie Yowell Miss Grace Goode is visiting her sisters in Louisville Mr and Mrs Frank Mansfield of Lexington spent the 4th with relatives hero Frank Vaughn and wife visited friends in Bradfordsville last week A musical bed is the latest for the curo of insomnia A French inventor has patented one The sleepless and tired man goes to bed and with his oot releases a spring which sets a music box in motion The apparatus begins to grind out lullabies and melodies and in a short time the patient is snor- Ing peacefully Best The World Affords It gives mo unbounded pleasure to ecommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am convinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a felon On my thumb and it never falls to heal every sore burn or wound to which it is applied 25c at Pennys Drug Store Capt Jackson Morris Assistant Secretary of State has made the highest score ever made in Kentucky on a rifle range at 800 yards He scored 49 out ot a possible 50 at that distance put ing nine out of ten balls into the bulls eyo and missing the other only by the raction of an inch Notice Chicken Raisers R 41144 cures cholera gapes roup Inker and llmberneck Price 50o No cure no pay Guaranteed by New tanford Drug Co Old Glory now has 46 stars The change is never made until the 4th of July There would have been more had not Roosevelts party feared that New Mexico and Arizona would have given their electoral vote to BryanFrank fort Journal Foleys Orlno Laxative tho new laxative stimulates but does not Irrl ate It Is the best laxative Guaranteed or your money back Stanford Drug Co A little son pf Bode Timmons of So dalla this State was kicked to death by a mule Meet Mle at The lincoln GO Fair at Stanford July 22Three Days Big Saddle Harness Rings Each Day Innocent Amusements All Kinds Come and Bring Ypur Stock 5 T Harris Pres J F Cummins Secy WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Cool Comfortable Summer Clothes i icmmNjcaJXDRANDiipf Come and see our line 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 cIolOUTING 16 Atlantic City Thursday July 30 Good 15 Days Old Point Comfort 1200 Wednesday July 15 Saturday Aug Good 15 Days On sale 3420 every day CIRCLE TOUR To New York via Wash ington Baltimore and Philadelphia with stopovers returning via Niagara Falls Privileges of steamer or rail from New York to Albany aud from Buffalo to Cleveland For further information call on or address O W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky Rail and Ocean Summer Service f a The Interior Journal L c WALTON J W FOLEY It a candidate for Assassor of Lincoln coun tytubjecttotberactlon of the democrat party WLMCARTY Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democrat party M BAUGHMAN Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ti candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE lin candidate for magistrate in the Stan ford district subject to the democrntlo prl mary of June 0 JOHN J MOSER II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county inbjcct to the action ot the Democratlo party JAMES C HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate forAssessorof Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party ROBERT H COFFEY It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county unexpiredterm DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM oULIncoln county Tile six delegates from the Philip pine Islands to the Democratic Nation al Convention at Denver while having the privilege of the floor are not en titled to vote in the proceedings The precedent for this disposition of the Philippine delegates was made at the last Democratic National Convention when it was decided that our far East ern possessions could not be treated as territories of the United States on a par with Porto Rico and Hawaii whose delegates have the same right in the convention as the delegates from Ari zona New Mexico Alaska and the Dis tract of Columbia Tim Resolutions Committee of the Democratic Convention at Denver spent the entire day at work upon the plat form and finding that the subcommit tee would be unable to finish its task in reasonable time it was subdivided an committees of three were named to write individual planks the tariff plank was submitted and approved It calls for an immediate reduction of the duties on all necessities of life on all articles manufactured by trusts and singles out print paper and wood pulp as articles which should be on the fre list Tile Kentucky delegation at the Democratic National Convention held aI harmonious meeting and organized by electing Ollie MJames chairman Urey Woodson was unanimously chosen Na tional Committeeman J C W Beck ham was put on the Committee on Res olutions J B McCreary on Organization J C C Mayo on Credentials W B Haldeman on the committee to no- tIfy the presidential nominee and J T Griffith on the committee to notify the vice presidential nominee TilE demonstration at the National Convention when William Jennings Bry ans nane was mentioned by Senator Gore broke all records of National conventions for enthusiasm and duration The cheering lasted for exactly one hour and 2fi minutes full 39 minutes longer than the cheering for Roosevelt at the Republican convention at Chica go FRANK HITCHCOCK former First As sistant Postmaster General and one of the managers for W H Taft in the campaign for the nomination for the presidency was unanimously chosen chairman of the Republican National Committee A meeting of Taft and his friends was held at Hot Springs Va THERE is nothing new to tell about the great Denver convention save that it is the most enthusiastic gathering of democrats ever gotten together Bryan will likely be nominated by acclama tion but the question of the hour is who will the candidate for vicopresi dent be- Tim Goebel monument is at last com pleted and it is hoped that it will not be long until it is placed in position The monument commission has certain f ly taken its time In having the monu r ment built Ollie James He was madetiryans floor manager of the Denver Convention an honor worthily bestowed MADISONVILLE went dry The CourierJournal wont mention that fact editorially Mark our prediction McKINNEY May the Lord bless us with a goo rainJ Lee Murphy will leave in abou two weeks for San Francisco where he hopes to rusticate carloadeof cans to be ready for n of operations in the canning factory as soon as tho season opens The McKinney base ball team will cross bats with the Middleburg team at South Fork on the 18th at the picnic which will be given there that date Ora Gooch has erected a large coal shed just south of the depot and will soon be ready to accommodate all who desire a supply of the black diamond- J S Murphy our clever miller has received a carload of coal and will ape predate a share of the patronage of those needing the bituminous su Anna Dayton was presented with a handsome gold bracelet by the morn bers of the Christian church as an evi dence of appreciation of her services as organist during the protracted meeting Miss Vella True who has been vis iting relatives here has returned to her home at Falmouth much to the regret of tho beaux Miss Cora Nunnellev of the Turnersvillc section was the guest of Misses Ruth Tanner and Lena Beck Miss Amelia Rifle who has been very ill is convalescing Miss Alice Gooch is on the sick list Miss Cora Lanham was the guest of Miss Maud Lay The protracted meeting at the Chris tian church closed Sunday night with 12 additions Revs Manning and Ew era who conducted the meeting won much esteem from the people of this community by their zealous and conse crated efforts in this work and it was with regret that we saw them leave us probably never to return again Their work has indeed been a spiritual bless- Ing to this community They will hold another meeting at White Cave Ky then after visiting Mammoth Cave NI- agara Falls and other places of interest in this country they will sail for Australia their native land where they will take up their work God will sure ly bless these devout and deserving menLast Sunday at 1230 the soul of Mrs James Dudderar took its flight into the realms of immortality The transition from life unto death was peacefuland without apparent suffering the demise being consistent with the life that this good woman lived On Friday morn ing at 7 oclock she was stricken with paralysis from which she never rallied having already survived two strokes I The taking away of this good lady has Icast a gloom over the town as she was highly esteemed by all who knew her being a devout member of the Christian church The aged husband and child ren have the sympathy of the entire theirdgreat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Col J B Wathen of Lebanon is dead after a brief illness of heart trouble James Allen aged 65 is dead In th leftewife and several children Prof Benjamin Rickett a school teacher was drowned while swimming in Popular creek Knox county Gillie Prather who was sent up for 21 years from Garrard for manslaughter was paroled He had served nine yearsAt last the Farmers National Bank building is completed and the officials are in full possession of their beautiful new homeSomerset Journal The Corbin Athletic Association with 1000 capital has been incorporated John J Hagan J W Weaver and J H Mitchell are among the Incorpora tors In the Knox Circuit Court Rice Gam brel was given a sentence of five years in the penitentiary on the charge of conspiring to kill John Gambrel acous in A Laurel county jury tried the case Canest Beat The best of all teachers is exper fence C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina sa1sIII find Elec tric Bitters does all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant be beat I have tried It and find it a most excellent medI- cine Mr Harden Is right it is the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all run down con boons Best too for chills and ma laria Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Store 60c Madisonville went dry Wednesday by 37 majority The campaign waged between the local option advocates and the antis was warm A fire along the harbor front in Bos ton caused property losses aggregating 1000000 and one life is believed to have been lost The hot wave was broken in New York Wednesday but eight deaths attributed to the heat were reported dur ing tho day Two men werekilled and three fatally injured when a sewer caved In in Dayton 0 POLITICAL Ed Croan former Representative lIdead in Bullitt county He was author of the dog law thedcinnati July 28 Algernon Sartoris a grandson of President Grant has been appointed GuatamalaIwas defeated for membership on th National Committee at the formal cau delegationI which we have had a national House of Represen natives it has never had a speaker who was born in New York City Gov Willson appointed Mrs Charles P Weaver of Louisville as a delegate from Kentucky to the International Congress on Tuberculosis to be held in WashingtonOn on the report of the Committee on Credentials before the inbDenver Congressman Ollie James voted the Kentucky delegation against M GufTey Just Exactly Right- I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them ust exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrisvlllo N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least die comfort Best remedy for constipa tion biliousness and malaria 25c at Pennys Drug Store R E NORTON Livery and Feed Stable Klngsvillo Ky churchStable near Christina Special attention to traveling men Kverytblng new and first ctau MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No ro H A A M will meet in stated communication on each Urst and third Monday nlgnts ol each mouth nt 7S oclock In their hull on Main tret Hlnn ford Ky Members ot sister lodges lire ire 14nuy1vBIDDERS WANTED I Three and one thlyd miles of pike in two sections 1st section beginning at u point on Hush llranch pike end connecting with 1lanvlllotLnncasterplkebeing 84efeet or mile leas uu feet flld section twgtnng- u lit point on hush Ilrunrb pike near A I Slams gate and connecting with Hlanford Manville pike being HIM feet or SJi miles and lOll feet Ilans slid specifications can bo seen by calling on A I Sloan whir bids will bo received with prlvlllge of rejecting JulyGderur cammUiloners Adorinas Fox Is u handsome large young Jersey Bull descended from n long and unbroken line of tine mot noted bullA and cow on the La lend of Jersey England and America Ills Hire Is one of the beet bull ever and hll hail Is a show cow that lies given W pounds of rich milk In one day It you be lieve Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have n strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice lie will bo allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own henl this year for u fee of 15 each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred IlKIII COTTER KyXbull calves that will be sold at right prices PRESTON 922 Vol gaitedaduced winning at alt the Kentucky lairs and also at the horse shows at Louisville Mt Lout and Kansas City He is a brown horse with black points 15i hands high with fine Iyle and very high action Hired by Washington M First dam Bell by Uhoderick Hecond dam by Denmark It Is useless to commend hIm as the peo pie of this and adjoining counties know his record us a show horse andalsofor breeding purposes Hewlllmakn theseasonof iatmy tee ble In Crab Orchard at 115 to Insure n living colt Will keep mares on grass at 1 per month but not responsible lor accident or escape of stock Season due if mare Is trod ed or parted with UAILRYtRb Central Kentucky Real Estate Ix change TITLE CO No IM acres on the Wnynesburg pike near Highland 6room house barn andotb er outbuildings nice orchard This proper ty is near cburc and sebool house is well worth the price 11800 No 2150 acre 2 miles South of Grab Or chard on the State road has a twostory douse good barn orchard and Is welt water ed about 100 acres of this land Is bottom- land and produces tine crops A bargain IIOO1 H cash balance in one and two years No8U8 acres on Buck Greek near Way hesbu 4room houae barn and other out bulldingsplentyof water Dash price tv600 NoIIMacrl near Level Green Rock castle county Ky This farm Las a new I story frame woald cost to build now 12000 good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nice home and can be lIougbtforO per acre H cash re matador in It No61118 acres the above farms 100 acres in cultivation Dwelling of rooms barn and other outbuildings nice orchard One of the best springs in the coun ty Price 13600 half and tyears No fr231 acres adjoining farms Nos and acres In cultivation balance in tim her Good white oak hickory and some fine cedar JIM 2story log huse and good arch ard well watered Cash price PUXI No T2ro acres near Maretsburg Kyloo acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings fine water and school church and II station Price FJOU cash balance in ono and two years No 8lH acre rear Conway Ky nearly all of this farm is One for corn and meadow very good dwelling housenew barn and other buildings on county road ashes from Ilerea College Gash price pi 000 No G6J acres on Drake miles from Ornb Orchard This farm adjoin the pIke and is a of the Oeo Evans farm his is line land and In good condition all necessary building This u a bargain at 1M per acre No IG18 sores near Stanford Ky in nIce with neoeuorybuUdlngetc can be bought wortb the money For fall particulars in regard to all the above farms see write L It Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER i CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there Ii so little difference in the price of made suits and emit modeto your readyI taken by an experienced tailor I handsome line of Hpring A Hummer goods I San make from n price business suit to she nnestdress suit Overcoats Trons ors and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep rest nt is second to none U O ItUPLK The Tailor Stanford Ky COAL NOTICE We are opening n Coal Yard at McKinneyA- nd will handle the boat grades of Goal which we will otter to the public at the most reasonable prices Leave your order now and have your coal house while coal Is cheap and the roods are KoWIMcKlNNKY COAL A K UUoochMgr Choice Goods Foaled January 1512 black with white Points humlii Himl by Wonder and out of Uhenuult Jennet W7 Wonder wax DelknapOholreHe wus bred by Charles Ghenault of Itoga na Sumner county Tonn and Is n treat in dlrldunl He won the blue tin In the sweep- stake ring lit the State fair at Nuihvllle has many more blue ties te his credit See He will servo Jennetsat20andoautares at lit to In sure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at to Insure living colts also stand the magnificent draft stul lion lporg Uprr at to Insure n living colt 6114 HA UQII MAX Stanford DON VARRICK This magnificently Ired young stallion will make the season of IMKat my place In Stanford Ky better known as the Dr llal Icy place at IS to insure a living colft Don Varrtck is n rich chestnut uands nl1 In forehead white feel ntoveunklesbehtm- short bark excellent tent and line muscle greatbnwnrdby Onwanl tone ot the very last sons of Ueorge Wllkes Inward was out of Dolly and no marettvcr produced such Illuetrl OUt onII0nwnrol and Director unwnrd Silver won the Transylvaiilii In 1001 In a 7 heat race defeating such tsvnt as Slide Jay fIW anti Chain Shot The same year he won the Manner Memorial and MasMi chusetts In broken heats Don Vorrlcks Ut dam by Wilkes Itov b Jvorxe Wllkosand a hdl sister to The Sfag 111 2nd dam M- nrybeItoggstsreyEagetuedatn ot Mad line en she the dam of tint Wlnchwter lia Hilly Wilton ammlMU It 20 Thu rich inheritance or speed nod blood should appeal to tu public who wishes to breed Mates kept At per day All care taken but will not onsihl for aitMonti or escapes DILtl 4lEItltYStan- forlCough u Caution KeTerpOBltlTclyneTerroUonyourlujif lyon cough even from a simple ou should always hml sooth ease the Irritated brocw chlal tubs Dons blindly tupprttt It with a Mupefrlnc potion Its strange bow enme things anallyPorn about For twenty yes 1Ir Sboop has constantly warned not u late cons mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar poisons And nows little Iste thooc h Ooocreu Tut It on the lbPl If poUoos are in Tour tough Mixture Good Vertgo II U ereafterforthlnef7RU011 moth and others stouldimlston I1aTIIIIt Pro Sbcop- Onub care No polaon marks on r Shoopl laIIDd none In the medlcln e11 muss br law be on thlabel And its not only isle butts U said to be by thosethat know It best a trulr r Inrkabla couch remedy Take nochanco then ratt euLarly with your children Intltt on having DrehoopsQourhCure Compare carefully the Dr Snoop psckare others fad note the difference No potion marks there You rasa always be on the sale stdt by demandlwt Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STO- RECommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court L It Hughes O ln Ilff vs llobert ten zel tit 01 Defts Notice of Hale Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court In above styled action at the May term lees the undersigned UowY will on HATUUDAY JULY llth between lands P xln front of the court house door In Htanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bldd r the following real estate which Is In the town of Htanford Lincoln County Ky Said real estate consists of a house and lot on Lancaster street bounded on the North by Portman Ave on the East by Lancaster street on the South the lot sold by M H KlklntoAT on the WestNunnelleYiandhy lot of 1411 Milburn This lot was conveyed to the mother of defendants namely Ilhoda Kenzel by deed dated November 7th 1KU which is recorded In the otllce of the clerk of the Lincoln County Court In deed book No page Ily the terms of the deed Ithoda Kernel took a life estate with remainder to her children Hhoda Kernel died on the ftth of June The side will be made on a credit of six months and for the purchase price the purchaser will be required to give with security payable to the Commis stoner tearing Interest attune rate of six per cent annum from date of sale until mi- dnndhavingtheforceand effect of a Judg ment The land Is to be further secured by a lien on the land sold GEO IJ BAUFLEY M C1 C C Chester S This son of Chester Dare will make the- present season at my barn IK miles from McKinney on McKinney and Middleburg pike at f to insure a Tiny colt IJrHCHIPTION AMD PJCDIflKKK ItO IS a black with star In with all the style and nnishchnrectefslto of tho Chester Dare family a good acting horse and a proven breeder See him before booking mares If you are looking for n Dare 1stdamdbyTelegraphSad dentby Hippy by DlambrlnoC- hiefChester Peavine 3184 A H In offering the service of this young stallion to the public 1 do not hesitate to ho is the best bred saddle stallion that will be offered for service In this county this year as till breeding will show Hired by Itex PeavlnolTl aheby Rex McDonald KB lit dam Miss Madison she by Chester Dare 2nd dam by Pea vine more extended pedi gree will be furnished on application Tills stallion has the best bloat of tho saddle horse world In him Both 2nd dams by Pea vine 89 crosses twice to ItlackHqulrrul twice Htonuwall Jackson once to Lave Akin 775 With the style mind finish of Chester Dare the stamina and action of how can he breed wrong Ills sire liar Pea vine produced three championship winners of year Edna Mottle Hales and Mil 1IIY Hen and breed to Ilium If you wont the best Will serve u limited number of mares nt tl to Insure n living colt At the utme tXlme and place will stand three as good inulo Jacks as can bo found In the country at the low price of IS to Insure u living colt Money due with nil the above advertised stock when colt Is foaled or when mare leaves hands of owner at time of service or bred to other tock All care taken to vent accidents but not responsible should any occur nrasK at reasonable price B H BOU DDER McKinney Ky ISUM1E WED l Why be uncomfortable in those heavy clothes fofoyours Why notdress for com I fort when it costs no more Those very light twopiece suits in GREY TAN AND BLUE tlare the very thing for comfort and very stylish A soft 1 Fountain Shirt in white neat black and white figures andIthe new Tans a light weight fancy end 4in hand Tip or a fancy end club tie are all thej r 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 patternsl4 5 l t H J 2vIcROBERTSt STANFORD I KENTUCKYI 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 4 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Pirst tonal tank 1 Stanford Jty jI fOryanhftt 882 Caff tat tflll c4 fSOOOO Surflut and WW0W IProfih J9OOO far paid in Dividends since Organisation 32f 500 Snvito Tfaw Jfecounts on Our 7vrlhi OFFICERS J S Hooker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRobertt Cashier H C Baugbman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS J F Reid J II Baughman MID Elmore J M Fettut tS H Baughraan J F Curaraiot i S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS Ml44 Cure Cholera Gapes Koup Canker and Lirnbcrneck Price 50 cents No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Guaranteed by George L Penny PharmacilltISTANFORD KENTUCKY BARDSTOWN KY May 4 1908 11 I One drop of 41114 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken tills the worms and relieves thejchicken jnUntly When fed in feed or water it is the best preventative I have ever known WILL COOMESa keS t1fI1 I The Interior Journal I STANFORD KY JULY 10 1908 EL BARDO is a mild 6c clgtr cuaran teed clear Havana filled it upon our personal recommendation Penny e Drug Store TllEHE is no better way to cool off these hot days than at Pennye Soda Fountain Tho Ice Cream Soda Water is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS MRS RI STEPHENS is very sick Ma R II BATSON of Lancaster was hero yesterday GAIT D H GOYEN is In Lexington with tho homcfolks MRS L D HILTON is visiting her parents at Brodhead MR JOHN DOWNER JR spent sever f al days In Cincinnati Miss LUCILE COOPER is visiting Mrs Phelps Cobb in Doyle DR W M DOORES came down from Crab Orchard Wednesday MRS J R ORNDORFK was down t V from Livingston Wednesday MRS T J BoilON of Hustonville is the guest of Mrs J B Foster MIss EDITH MOORE of Parksvllle is tho guest of Mrs J W Ireland REV W T B WHITE has moved back to Lincoln from Harrodaburg AIRS N A TYREE arrived from Lob I anon Wednesday to visit friends here Mn W T SAUNDERS tAme up from Louisville Wednesday to visit friends here Dn J M FELAND of Sharpsburjr has been with the family of Mrs A M Feland SomerIset spent a folks here Mn JASON LAWHORN of Yosemite was hero yesterday consulting one of our dentists l GROVER HBSTBU fell from a swing 1 Tuesday afternoon and was consider ably bruited tDn L G SINGLETON of Bowling was with his brother Supt Gar 1land Singleton EDWARD ALCORN of Hustonville t at Lancing Tenn on professional t business this week MRS JOHN COBIIY and children of f Cincinnati aro visiting Mesdames Ar thur and Harry Hill MESDAMBS HENRY KnELL and Joscjlh Langolf of Louisville were guests of Ms Fred Bauman Jr a MR AND Mitn J II McAusTKR of I Way Miss arrived yesterday to visit Mr and Mrs J B Foster LYE are glad to learn that Dr Oscar B Fallli has been reelected as princi pal of tho Danvlllo Public School Miss JOSEPHINE IIAYDEN of Paris has gone to Eldorado Col to visit her cousins Miss Sadie Lilian and Mr Ashley Lilian MRS ANTHONY DAWSON of Lebanon Junction has returned homo after a f visit to Mesdames William Poppies and Edward Oakes MR J L CONWAY of Witchita Kan gas is with the family of Mrs Samuel Reid Hustonville Reid Conway returned with him I MRS W S GRINSTEAD and daughter y Miss Ncttio Grinstead of Versailles are with Mesdames Jesse Walter and Kathryn Bcazley MISSES BRETNA COSBY of Cincinnati and Sarah Kelly of Dayton 0 are with their cousins Misses Nellie Wilt + son and Rachel t MRS V B MORSE of Hustonville spent Wednesday with Mrs J H Reid at Mrs Browne Retreat for tho Sick Mrs Reid is doing nicely MR G T LACKEY of Lltchflcld ill is visiting his father and sisters at Crab Orchard Ho and little Miss Mary Bai ley were hero Wednesday afternoon MAURICE GIVENS returned Friday from Crab Orchard where ho spent sev days with friends Fish Rinchart 1eral in Stanford last week London Sentinel MR W S BERNARD wife and three 1y handsome sons of Dayton who havo been with their sisters Mesdames TJ Hill and W T Tucker are visitin f Mrs Jennie Wolf in Danville MR JOE H GIDSON of Somerset was hero Tuesday making arrange ments to put down the concrete pave meats for which he has the contract Work will begin in a few days J M ALVERSON of Stanford one of the doorkeepers of the National Con vention is a mush sought after man by Kentuckians sad ex Kentuckians who- want admittance to the convention thinking he might let them inDonver i Cor ConnerJournalLOCALS RINK tonight 4 GET Singletons special prices for 1July fi PONY phaeton for sale W O Walk J er Stanford FRESH roasted peanuts and popcorn every day Harry Relnhart P ONE pound of Freemans Talcum Powder for 25c at New Stanford Drug e J ACo MONDAY It county court day If you owe this office anything and the chanc es are you do please come prepared to settle ATTEND the rink this Friday eve ning CARLOAD of nice Portland cement but received J M Phillips Stan ford FOR SALeSaw and complete outfit J R Powell StanI ford TAKE a ride on tho big Ferris wheel at tho Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 22 23 21 Tile Orchard Fair has on sale season tickets at 1 for three days Se cure them now from tho secretary by mall ANNE JACKMAN the aged mother of Alex Cooper colored died in Louisville and tho remains were brought hero for interment Friday THE Ladles Aid Societety tho Bap tist church of McKinney will give a candy pulling Saturday night to which tho public Is cordially invited ON account of continued health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper IP not sold privately before August reglsITIIEnE are some 75 guests at Cra Orchard Springs and they are living on the fat of the land A splendid orchestra has arrived to make music during the entire season IF YOU are threatened with appends citis bowel or stomach trouble tall at tho New Stanford Drug Cos store and got a freo booklet It may save you big money and Iota of suffering TUB L wiltRivoan excursion rate to Mammoth Cavo July 30 For tho sum of 935 your railroad fare ho tel bills etc are paid Tho amount also Includes both the long and short route in tho cave YOUR account the Stanford Drug Co has not yet been paid and a 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 tho firms business we will sell at public auction on July 13 County Court day all our accounts same will be sold sep crotely and as a whole Terms cash Cummins McClary THE Fenzel property on Lancaster street will be sold in front of tho court house door at 2 oclock tomorrow Saturday afternoon by Master Commissioner Georgo B Saufley There will likely be a number of bidders for tho desirable property THE Orchard aseball team with Joe Holman pitcher and D Collier catcher defeated thoJunction City nino 8 to 1 Tuesday afternoon They will play tho Mt Vernon team at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon In the Junction City game Holman struck out 20 men Tim trial of William Ward a young grocer of Lancaster for an assault upon County Attorney Joe Robinson some weeks ago resulted in a verdict of six months In jail and a fine of 500 At tho time of the assault Ward was ad vancing upon Robinson with a leveled revolver threatening to shcot but was seized by bystanders FAIR time is almost upon us The festive season will be ushered in next Wednesday when the Crab Orchard Fair Racing Association wl1enter tain for three days The followin week tho Lincoln County Fair at Stanford will be the attraction tho next week tho Lancaster fair will be on and then come tho Danvlllo and Harrods burg fairs the samo dates The fair lovers and followers have a strenuous time before them for tho next month WITH the jail full of illegal whisky sellers and other law breakers Stan towngsent to jali have work sentences and their time might be well spent in clean ing up Stanford from center to circum ference The creek should come in for a week or so of the work It is in a very filthy condition and a genuine dis ease breeder The crop of weeds also might receive attention from the chain gang THE sell aro catching it now we are glad to say Our people have at last awakened to the fact that blind tigers are being operated here and they are taking tho right steps to put them out of business Jeff Bryant was fined sum and given SO days in threo cases of whisky selling Will Lee was fined 80 and given 35 days In one case and Mattlo Fish caught it to the tune of 80 and 20 days in jail in one caso and was acquitted in another Fields Salter was given 20 on a com promise All of the parties are Negroes That the blind tiger operators have been reaping a rich harvest is shown in the fact that some of them had as many as three good lawyers to defend them and none of the ever seen to rhltallckofwork It Is told that one sellers keeps a good account in a Danville bukI AT the request of some of the devotees of skating the rink will be open tonight BASEBALL Reds vs Boston Sunday 12th excursion via tho Q C route to Cincinnati tTIiFRE will be a great picnic at South Fork Trestle Saturday week 18th Go and enjoy it- EVERYTIiING you can think of in tho perfume and toilet article line New Stanford Drug Co GET ready for the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 22 23 24 It will be tho biggest ever TILE 1908 tax kehave been made out and your taxes are duo Come in and settle T J11111 sheriff Tins is mighty cool July weather but well wager we will pay for it with big Interest before the summer is over SPECIAL SALE Get Hoppers cash prices on hardware and summer goods for court day only Save the difference TILE L N will roundtrip tic eta to the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 23 23 and 24 limited to re turn July 26 at one fare SEVERANCE SON will begin a bi havebing about the bargains they will give 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 COME and see the ferns hanging bas kets and cheap bedding plants at the Stanford Greenhouse Special atten tion given to cut flower orders Mis Lena L Hampton Logan Avenue FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of ISO acres Ono of tho bent farms In the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Cull on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky TilE chairmen of tho board of white trustees are requested to meet in my ofilce July 11th county court day There is some important business under the new school law which needs attention G Singleton Supt 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 bo trans acted and a full attendance is asked J F Cummins Secretary To MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 30th on regular train Leave Crab Orchard 115 A M Rowland 432 M Stan ford 435 A M All expenses 935 includes railroad fare board at cave hotel and both routes through tho cave SPECIAL TRAIN Tp LANCASTERThe L N will run a special train from Stanford and Richmond to tho Lancas ter Fair July 29 30 and 31 leaving Stanford at 940 A M arriving at Lan caster at 1000 Returning train leaves Lancaster at 82C p M Rate one fare plus 25c for round trip THE county and Stook cogni zance of the Anderson Carr case yes terday It will be remembered that he was fined in Judge Tribblea court fo having whisky in his psssession and that the case was appealed Corrs at torneys offered a compromise of 50 and 60 days in jail in the county tin Thrggand in jail for carrying concealed weapons WE sincerely hope that tho city offi cials will not let up in their effort to rid the town of vagrants The fellows who hang around the street corners day and night should be made to show that they have visible means of support or put to work cleaning up the town all means make it hot for these worth exiseence in some way Put the vagrants in motion whether they are black or white One is as great a nuisance as the other HOLDAMAfter an illness of only a few days Mrs W T Holdam died at her home in the East End Sunday Deceased was a native of Zones ville 0 but had lived at the place known as Hol dams Mill all her married life of about 36 years She had no children but had raised two girls one of whom has long since married and the other Miss Flor ida Gover aged 17 whom she raised from infancy and who was with her when the end came Her husband survives her and he and the adopted children have sustained an irreparable loss in the death of this good woman She was a consistent member of tho Chris tian church and a great stay in the community in which she lived and will indeed bo missed After funeral serI vices at her late home by Eld J G Livingston the remains were conveyed to Crab Orchard cemetery and laid to rest to await the resurrection morn sympathy Is felt for the husband and the twice orphaned girls May He thecfale LOTS of free attractions at the Lin coin County Fair at Stanford July 22 23 24 LOST in Stanford a gold cuff button with J C C engraved This of flee FIVE per cent penalty added to Graded School tax after Aug 6 L R Hughes treasurer IT will brace YOU up n bottle of Celery Nerve and Blood Tonic for 75c New Stanford Drug Co Tile Stanford fairwillhold tho boards July 22 23 21 Make your ar rangements to attend it RAIN is needed and if there is not a downpour in the next week tho corn crop will be materially hurt JAKE WILSON caught a fine of 37 in Squire D R Adams court at Highland He was charged with disorderly con duct Miss ROBERTA OBANNON will begin school at Mt Xenia next Monday 13th when she hopes all of the pupils will be present CASttMr H H Cash who moved to Augusta Kansas from Lincoln coun ty several years ago died there July 2 Cashgman WE can tend 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 accompan ied by the order HARD TO KILLMr W H Traylor told us yesterday that a threeyearold steer belonging to him fell over a cliff andsmay get all right None of its bones are brok en that he can find The steer weighed 1COO pounds STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I Ideslretovii privately inygplemllditock of good I n Kldd s store The stock U for the most wrt new unit In good salable condition For further i rtlcuUr call on or addren II WlBIOH- KItd1 Wore Ky FOR SALE I Rhode Island Red 1ulloU and Ooekprelt from selected pent II per Wild Mallard Duolc or young Ducks Call ErnIITOIfJ1lIone LN TIMETABLE No 11 HoQth 1121 rxNoIIiHOUtll UBS P No North11 A No a North 218 r x JOS S RICE Agent Small Farm For Sale mlllIromretlilencv nnd abundant outhoute In good repair For further particular call nt ibis 01flc1 CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con crating ns Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from a house down to a fence pun We can serve you promptly and guarantee flritcJiim pricerPHILLIPS BROS KyIooperPeniigton Fire and Life Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stan ford Ky ALMONT DARE Registered In A B H n Sired by Dignity Dare II R He by Obeter Dare 10 he by illack Squirrel Black WilIleme07Y oawayeRegInVollit dam 10 AT II R she by Abdallah Miimbrlno be by Alinont SI 2nd dam Davis by Ortt Davis by Bourbon Chiefandy dam Mattle Foreign by ForeIgner by Import Ounnlnl1hamUopperBuzzard NOTE Almont Dare to far at we ore able to discover Is the nrst none on record bav Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of hi great sire Dig nity Dare doing so last year every time coming In contact with tbem Ai an Indi vidual this li a very attractive horse stand lug 10 hands with great ityle A beautiful Imy with manners unnaralelled even by u ally A remarkable show hone In harness nnd under saddle Shows distinct saddle gnlti all very fast and pleasant with speed of a S minute clip in harness One cannot conceive of a finer bred horse tracing t times to Imported horses on his dams tide alone traces to Imported Messenger 4tlmes Imp Bustard timeslmpGleacortlmes Imp Planor Oattlnora Kllnnap Rlackfait Traveler and others a opportunltytobreedtooneofAmerlcasbest win also stand two good mulo Jacks at t8 each Will make the season of 108 at my IX miles from Hustonville onUnstonvilla a Liberty turnpike arass furnished respouIbleJIJfJ laow er EiOx awtomueZy The DateDIOF OU- RREMNANT SALE 7 IS Monday July 13 Doors Open at 8 Oclock Here is a picture of the Premiums we will Give Aw- aySEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD I KY New Swissy Also in Hamburgh and Lace from 35c to 75c The new Triangular Hat for children at jOe We are now able to show you the best and most complete line ot Laces Hamburghs Corset Cover Em broidery Torschons yy Lace Bands Medallions and Bayy Irish Bands that were ever shown in Stanford New Sash Ribbons in Maries Persians and Plain Tnfletas from 25c to jOe Pictorial Patterns for August just received ITRIBBLE HUGHES Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY NEVI i Stock Buggies Runabouts Etc Just in Ready for the Fair Call and see us i Wa He HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky i Y The Interior Journal J ntered in the PottOffice at Stanford Heedclan Hlalftr- t UJILl8JUID OJUDtYa AND HUDAY AT- 5700 PER YEAR CASH chargei Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY i I 10 REWARD I nvictionofanypenorFor tho nrroit trespassing my farm day or or dock In traveling tho pub- Ilch1ghwaYnor InjUry to stock from tbe lands of ple Tilil reward pmet present and future 10110 offer a pecl lal reward for particular see me I also offer two special of 13 and 1100 eachJOl7arpeater McKINNEY MANLEAGNANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturer of Qranlt and Marble Monuments KlrtOIa Work at Reasonable Price Office and Works McKinney Ky Shop closed on Saturday A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobertu Drug Store in the Owsley Building Sign Writing Draper and House Painting Taper Hanger G MEDAIRY Inttrlor Frisco Decorator Graining Kte McKINNEY K- YINSURANCE lire Lightning WlndBtorm Life and Nono the 8TUONGK8T and 8TOompanleIlepreented Lowest Po sable Rates Paying neo rd UneQualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property including Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY J L Beazley Bt Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture falting Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarness Saddle STANFORD KY emc Fhoa Home Phone M J FARMERS DEPARTMENT S J Bell sold to Jamea Pepplea a Jersey cow for SO The Latonia races have shut down because of a loss of money Six pure Southdown bucks for sale J B Foster Stanford Ky Montgomery Chief a Montgomery county saddle horse brought 1185 in New York Senator R L Bubbles T M Green won a good race at Latonia Tuesday He paid 10 to 1 M S Baughmans great jack Choice Goods has entirely recovered and Is ready for service again W S and R A Bcazley sold 165 ex port cattle weight 1515 at GlcThey were shipped to New York on special trian Lancater Record Anderson Spilman have purchased 130 acres of wheat from Thomas Met calfe at 85 cents per bushel Joe Irvine has sold 1550 bushels of wheat to J J Cozatt of Parksville at 80c per bushel and the rise He grew the crop on 90 acresAdvocateJno of Ponca City who owns a large acreage of com north of Bliss has contracted the sale of 40000 bushels of the new crop at delivering time to Geo L Miller of the 101 ranch at 40 cents per bushel This is one of the largest sales of corn for future delivery ever made in this vlcinltyPon- ca City Okla Democrat FOR SALESeveral A 1 Jersey milk cows with young calves Also Jersey heifers and 30 hogs 75 to 150 pounds two phaeton ponies 12 and 14 hands high drive kindly Two Dignity Dare fillies 2 and 4 years old one fouryear old Golddust gelding red sorrel All this stock is extra in quality breeding and style Lock Box 161 Stanford Ky CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning Eld J G Livingston will preach at Gum Sulphur at 11 oclock Sunday morningThe of a Methodist church out in Missouri resolved to use the money they had thought of spending on East er hats toward lifting a 700 mortgage on the church The Christian church at Crab Orchard will be dedicated Sunday week Jnly 19 Rev Hugh McLellan of Richmond will preach the dedicatory sermon A splen did dinnner will be spread on the ground While shaking hands with a convert Rev T H Feagin who was conduct Ing a rivival at China Texas was struck and killed by a bolt of lightning God bless you brother and preserve were his last words Services at the Methodist church Sun day Sunday school at 930 A M Song service at 1045 A M Preaching at 11 A M Epworth League at 730 P M Preaching at 8 r si Subject Sunday morning Losing Jesus and How to Find Him Rev and Mrs T H Coleman who have been located at Kemp Texas for several months have decided to return to Danville to make their home Mr Coleman Is pastor of the Baptist church at Kemp but his health has been poor since locating in the Lone Star State Advocate The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery Is the remedy that does the healing others promise butfall to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn CentreI Pa It is curing mo of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Discovery Is doing me jo much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore mo to perfect health This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung heal cr Is sold at Pennys Drug Store 50c ind tlI Trial bottle free Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed forI 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 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkesvllle Aug 11 4 daysIBrodhead Augr 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days A Revelation It Is a revelation to people the sc vero cases of lung trouble that have been cured by Foleys Honey and Tar It not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M Rug lesHeasnor Iowa writesliThe 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 they are now as sound as a bullet Stanford Drug Co Thirtyone deaths resulted from the heat in New York during a period of 36 hours A Mornwna wife coming dbwMUtr one morning met the physician who was attending her husband Is he very ill 7 she asked anxiously Ho is replied the physician I fear that the end is not far off Do you think she asked hesltal Ingly do you think it proper that t- should be at his bedside during his last moments 7 I Yes But I advise you to hurry madam The best places are already being taken Rev I W Williams Testifies Rev I W Williams Huntington W Va testifies as followsIIThIlis to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to SBY that Foleys Kidney Kemedy will d all that you claim for It Stanton Drug C- oBeau Naboth 45006 By Naboth10e11G llcnuKabotha dam Norn Ilaughman by Norviil KSli by Electioneer Ind dam Le la J by Metropolitan Ian by Hambleton tan art dam Josephine Mambrlni HtarllRht 812 by Dnrllmy UI Hh darn Mar Wither by Oliver thoroughbred 6th dnn by Wagner 8th dam by Imp Trnnby 7tl dam b Thornton Bens Noboth n handsome bay standing 1a hands of at and action and ha tcGbWill stand at the born mUll south of Htanford near Somerset pike at 115 to Insure a living colt Mare trout a distance grazed at UJO Money duo when marels traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The best personal care taken though no for no cldcnt or escapes J GALTON J2910 Benson of 10- WRlreofOalvlnO Burns 229U JIIWrAI all six other with 23 to XI4 those are the only one that were ever hand led for speed Also the Urn of one dam with one In the 23 list Hired Inmbettn Wll In the 230111 Id Yloandhetterclalmed to be the Krentlt sire In the world 1St dam Dalsey Field icrnnd dam of 6 with records of from 117 to tUl it Kntleld Y3t son of Hambltonlnn uam by Heeley American Hlar Knfleld 229 has In hi daughters have rt Hi 280 or beller 2nd dam Quickstep b1KUII tuckyPrlncuJrslreoIJ o Yd7 onade i27 dam IS In the tiM list 3rd dam by Old Joe sire of tho dam of J Q oalton carries tho blood of four Wading famine Hamhlelonlnn WllkenMambrlno and American War- Ualtonfcoltshavegoneagalnslanddefeat ed the bet In harness clones and roodate- rringstbey lire In ot demand ellllg as high nillA nftermaturltyjearllntiifrotii hlbi to ao lalton will stand at my stable miles west of ilustonvllle on llnidfords Vllle pike ut IIS to Insure a living colt Mon ey due It mare Is traded after being bruit 1lenty of grass at JJH per month inved ex pressly for mares no other stock mixed with marts have Krill Iota nnd large stables for faros to total Grain fed at co IhonelnrestdenceHuttonvllleKxohange WMDODD Hustouvllle Ky QUAUTEHLY BEIOttT OF TOE The Peoples Bank of Huston ville Ky At the 0100 of Business June as RESOURCES Loans ani DIKOUntm3015Overdrafts secureJ iW 21 Due from National Banks t0o2 01 Due from yule Hanks 1 Utnken 3M 95 204S9 Vi Banking House anj Lot 4WI 93 Mortgages JI80W Specie I IaU ail Currency 2402 W J74J Other Items carrleJ asCain furniture and IUlurtt 2211 85 KundtapaTaite Current tail quarter f2 S S1 Current KipentesproTlous laat quarter 619 n MJJ8 Give description location yaks and how long owned all real ettat except banking house sad lot If any owned long er than five years JW7M tt LIABILITIES r Stock paid In In caht00000 SurpluFunJ 400 Undivided 23 It Due Depositors as folk wivli Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is 4oll 63 cheekDeposits subject to on which Interest paid ooooo 00 Demand certificate of on whkh Intent Is patooooow Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is pxiJ ooooo oo Savings deposits on which terest Is pail toooo on Certified Check f 4981 dDue National Hanks Due State Junks and Bankers 1408 09 Due Trust Companies l4oS o9 Cashier Checks outstanding Hills redltcounted 8800 Unpaid dividends oo ooo oo Taxes due and unpaid IJ 00 teired for taste oco Capllal stock not pill SUPPLEMENTARY lights amount of Indebtedness of any itockholder person company or firm In ludlng In Ihe liability of th company or firm the 1Ill lIlIyof the Individual mem bers thereon directly or Indirectly If such ndebtedness exceeds to per cent of cap tai stock actually path In and actual mount of surplus of Ihe bank WS11 oo tow Is Indebtedness stated In above Item secured Weal Eatale mortgage See Sec Ky Statutes llehest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer amount of such In ebtedness exceeds per cent of ptld- p capital stock of bank USM 00 See Sec s8 Kentucky Statutes low Is tame secured Heal Estate of Indebtedness any tenon company or firm Including In the lability the llabll tyof the Inllvllsalamembers thereof ex 0 per cent of paidup capital and- ictuasurplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest md taxes deducted therefrom before de lailng dividend and was not less than to per cent of nel profits of the bank forth erlod covered b the dividend curled to uUdlviJendwasdeclared Se4 See 180752 84 STATE OF KENTUCKY i Lincolni ss Countv of J W HotklDi Cashier the People Bank of Has tonlilt a bank located and doing business In town of llDlonTlll in said county being duly sworn lays the foregoing report Is In all respects a true stall mint of the of said flank at the close of be1Ibusiness of sail Bank has been transacted at the bovelceived from the Secretary of State designating the SOtbdayof June as the day on which such report bl made Subscribed and sworn to before me br J W llMklB Chlr tile Srd of JulyllI08 JHHockrNrLO Mjr commlaslon u Irr5Janll Isle Bpt81etMC A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will tell prlvntelrmr term of acre two mile from on UanvllUt plkt good brlcltrealdencellwo barn t two cribs and jitbar n ce inry buildings VIoll wnturvxlj more then hull grass Term give porsoeslon lu October If IIlghotbldrHenson of 19- 06SAMPSON This young lack will make title season nt Wvughnmfarmerect Puce nt 110 to Inure mare colts and to Inure orse cotta I consider IInmpon n great broiling lack All of his lust yen eolt were extra I stowed two of them ot Htanford LnncnMornnd Ian lllo fnln tin won bath lit nnd nd premiums In colt ring oU to luentrles et nil three faire olio lit In the iwcepitnko ring at Lancaster the only fair that Knvon iwwpitnke JIRb of hli 107 colts and four of his cults nr now on my farts to how for theiiuolvv will npproclnte any innni sent to him nm feel sure you will not regret ending- JHIIAUUltMAKHtnaford Ky 1hone PEYTONMy nile mule Jnck will make the presen seasonal Morelnnd Kynl pi to Insure ullv tngcolt Uoll niura getter nnd I con alderhltttan extra good mute lack lib- nulusroundupwhennoduredrIghtat hands high Alcoa hue black TURNERw- ith white point IS hands Inch will Ik tmittedtoeervemaruant M to Iniurn living colt Hte hi colt on my farm they arooxlrn Rood I kayo two young jack Hunrlse and Midday that will servo n few mart My lIkes hor- cIndependence Chiefwill serve a limited number of mares at Slo Insure n living colt Independence Uhlefi lit dnm by GRmbuUa Wllke with nve pro ducliiE dam and sired rcOlCIIIlhltfII K i Lincoln Squirrel Red toy 6 years oldbinok polntsIII hand tallrgoodset In high a bred horse but I use hire only In harness and n more perfect harness norto I haw never een con itep erYOJit with extreme high action all around nnd I think hint to b one of tht bet itnlllons In the State to breed t good highclass walktrot and buslneu horses that will bring you fancy prices lie has some yearling and twoyenroM colts that I Invlta breeders to see- lXDiOaaaLtnentnhk1utrrelwaaaired by Marlon t41ulrrel lllack Hiiulrnl J5i be hylllRck hnvle7lu by King WII- lIalll cr binrlou Wlulrrrla let dnnt byaruet Mountain Ind dam by Hughes Kdwln For ests Lincoln Houlrrer let dam Kate Messenger by Mruenger full brotherto Maude Mesnger resort filII Sod dam Maria Depuuwlty MnmbrlnoHtar llghtn full brother to Lady Thorn llSrd tint Mollle Prow by helms Yorkshire Hlack iulrrelii grand Hire Is the sire of store noted highclass saddle horses than nny other horse In the world iich a High land Denmark Chester Imn lied Hqulrrel tins ninny other Will make the ststion of Itujnatmy mile barn III Hlnnfurd nt tlUSi to Insure n ilK colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare purled with Happy Brummel lied sorrel 3 white feet star nil snip full 143 hands yearn old and the llnwt young saddle stallion that I vver owned Sired by Happy luau Juan lirssi mol Istdnm Kannle Aunont by Almnnt Jr Jnd dam by Hllver Denmark Srd dam by 4th data IIY Urent he by Vnrrlek he by 1aru poj This horse will be iwrmtlled to earn only a few mares and will then Iw prepared defent all champion Hervlew to iHsurr a living colt Red Light lied sorrel horse 3 yvarn old M hands high extra weight and bout Hlrttl by famous roadster and sire lied Leaf who Is too well known to all hnrsoinen to need descriptionfind IModlfhe by Fflay213letdnnl by ltod Unlit a let lnm woe Hay Maid IVclllnli llll lOll of the llrent riamlxtta Ukt Jnd dam Nellbyold Hnltorn 3nl dnin Noonday liy Ht Klino ltd than MldnlRht JriMh lam TwlllHht by Lexington 6th dnin Jarkn s by Wagner In offering the services of this promlifng young stallion WI fwd sate In saying that with his else styli form aped and actloit that he bound to prove n great stock hors Will bo at my ale Htantordatid will Iw to servo 3 good mare nt I a to- InuaUllIgcollIIllOIIydu when eolt Is foiled or mart uirted lie will then Itu put In training and given a record Ho sun to see hint before breeding your good mare JAM EM II IlBAZLKYHtanfonl Ky ASHLAND BROOK No 17M Vol IT A T It It bred by Eugene Uuck Anhlund waseroorleIOWllrKy with left hind foot highPaumuwrIred Brook No llIillll record 21cy mire of Mararet- ntithgute2ll y Ik the Brook l8 2171 4I11 Iltllhrook JtHJllh llrook i4 111 tWlot Mtone Jody II rook 3c and Rubning Ilroolc Y3 Nllent Urook l nrknlbI No 2t1 the sire of t4earelr VnrIIIJIj1J7 Wren by Ashland Wllkes rll record I17K Ihe min of John H Gentry JU S bully To Ir Wilkes sired by Iced IlIHthland Oeorlo Wilkes second damrHldo Lilly by Pretender l4Sl3rl dam OllrO IL- LSNossAshland Ilrook le a handsome fellow with lots of substance has a bold way of going with Iota of speedIstle and action Ills crop of colt came last prlng and ono could OXlltctthyall bear lotsSfmake the present season at J16 to Insure n living colt WI also stand the great mule and Jennet lack Hilly KetMiont 110 lor mares and t20 to Insure a colt Hilly brbePrince tbe sire of Joe lllnckburn noun Hilly Keene stand full hands black with whit point nod as n breeder is unsurpassed us mule or Jennet Jack Idecolts always bringing the Ids test Mare traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felts the insurance and money become due At the time of such transaction KING EAGLEI- No Mol Vol 6 A 8 It n King Eagle Is hands high dark bay with flowing mane and tall oil all the gaits with of speed tyle lid actio- n1r0nnweHired by Royal King SSM he by On he by Htonewall Jackson if Itoyal King lit dam Mollle Mounts SMI was b noted mire Oabbell1 Lexlnc Ion FM fling Kagle lit dam Hip tan IIIrd he by Old King Ka byliarrist43 4th dam by Jim NOTK ii n combined breeder KingEagle and high styled colt all having plenty of size und action hi colts will show for themselves KinK Ingle will make the present season of at our table two ana mile Wet sf Htanford on the Hhelby Oily pike at the low price 081610 Insure living colt stand tho great mule Jack Jim Keene at 10 for mare and 110for tennis to Insure a living colt Jim sired by the er t lit dam by the Imp John WellXnddam by HeecberJlm Keene s IKi band high with white points a great mule Jack sire of the conand two that won first In their olAues last roar Pf the Kentucky tate J4ar HAiiRiH BOHT WOOM Phone72IUngL1Htetprdly Jft au the Lincoln County natiOnal Bank f Of Stanford KefttNcky Capital 5000000 SurplustResources 3333000IL H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIHEOTORSi J B Owalov Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Preacheravillo Lilbiiru Gooch Gilberts Creek f Prospect 2087 A S H R v- At 15 to Insure C C S 1C Carpenter lawn Mere 2 12 Mile Wof Hurtooville This combined itnllloti will make the sea- ton of iww at tawn Moro Htock Karm thus Nest of llulonvllle Ky on the fordivlllennd lluitnnvlll plko near Oar peahen Htntlon it IIS to Innure n living colt titan traded or iwirtod with or broil to ono ttalllnnownerfarfelltInsurance on time of such action MKII retained on nil Volta till ifnwjn U paid Starr grazed at ttM per month train fed If desired nt reasonable tale All bllla must be paid Iw truIIUIwill not hu rpollilbio for aoddell I or 11cape halldhllhfeet white to ankle A model of Rrtatbvau Hhort back lengthy excep tlonally broad Hat tone bulenaoothe Just of feet and legs with the longest neck beat InKyconning out at exactly the proper place IIVIIlI him wondcMul style In harness and exactlylure In a due horse He Is n hora of ex tremu high action and every foot In linn Iaddlegaillwlthhaabaction nve trot well In tint ness A nal pieR lure to look at by halter in hapless or under saddle ricnitiH KHlru Illgnlty Iar IWSj hn by hitt3bytinTlme74lryMtnnnwallJackson Q Joe Abttnllnh err inn hunks Huuintr Denmark 4th dam Hlack Hawk ofTrlnlthe f 1Mucondcause h I colts are of that wtrticular type that tmurce the breedersol readysalenta remunerative price for either three or nru Railed horses with that long swan lorIform At UlHMyvllle III hone show was first In hi class At Chicago ivut was sec nod with no preparation meeting sonio of the mo t note hon In the Uiillftl Htatei under the noddle Ai an Individual he ranks ulfttuiuitbrrvderh promises to take tha front rank What more could one demand r04 KOAIUKNTKU Tliono llustonvllle Ky Exchange The New Perfection Wick Blue FIane Oil Cook Stoves Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Kyaf Get His Prices MIOAt1 ItJAH7RUf T 1EJ4I IONDJOGL Gurnee WY GEORGE FARRIS r Residence For sale I I tlc iro to soil my residence on Portnmn Avenue This Ia now mot ern uptodate house4 rooms and bath rQoiiijclow 2 rooms and hull above hot and cold water in bath room and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that is known today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 82000 t S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY sly LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANYL OllATIOIIf you want your Prescriptions carefully fill Iand made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts r DRUOOISJ BPANtOROs