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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1 s THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 21 ig08 Np 40 McKINNEY William Dudderar and William Dun can have taken the contract to paint the county bridges of Lincoln While handling an old pistol Dear Alcorn colored accidentally shot him self through the hand and thigh In the magistrates court here last Saturday Mac Walls and Chas Brown were each fined J20 and costs for shoot ing craps This should bas warning to all who indulge in such nefarious practicesThe pulling given Saturday evening on Dr Singletons lawn for the benefit of the Baptist church was a success socially and financially Such functions as those are commendablo and f Inspire an Interest in the work of the Master School began Monday with a good attendance Mr Hubble the instructor has started in with the intention of holding the pupils down to business with the ironclad method and he should have the commendation of every par ent and trustee in his determination There will be prayer meeting at the Christian church next Wednesday night and each Wednesday night following alternately at the Baptist and Chris tian churches Everybody should take an interest in these services and consid er it a special privilege and duty to at tend regularly- An excursion party is being formed I by the young people of this community to go to Mammoth Cave on the 30th There are a Jew old maids and bathe ton on the list but the party for the t most part is made up of the younger set The chaperons have not been set lected yet but Dame Humor says an old widower and an old maid will bo given tho honor and tho gay party hopes before returning to be made a partislmls to a happy honeymoon as a resultMiss Alma Rubble who has been on an extended visit to relatives at Eu banks Woodstock and Science Hill has I i returned home Miss Alice Gooch who t has been quite lit has sufficiently reo severed to bo out Misses Etta Gooch and Pearl Kipp of Somerset are visit ing Dr Singleton and family Miss Mollie Goode of Lexington is tho guest of M IRS Archie ColTey C H Gooch Somersets clever policeman visited his sisters Misses Alice and Belle Gooch Charles Rankin of Hubble was tho guest of Miss Eftlo Drye- MATRIMONIAL Count Boni do Castcliane has filed suit in Paris for such revision of the decree of divorce obtained against him by his wife who was Miss Anna Gould as will give him custody of his children The Ohio Circuit Court reversed the Common Pleas Court in tho Madden di r vorce case and holds that the turfman need not continue to pay alimony to his former wife who is now Mrs Louis V Dell Judge and Mrs Charles C Fox o Danville have announced the enRage- ment of their daughter Miss Anna Belle Fox to Mr Hugh Berry Fleece of Louisville The wedding is to take place early this fall A Revelation It is a revelation to people the se I yore cases of lung trouble that have been cured by Foloys Honey and Tar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs L M I Haggles lloasnor Iowa writes Tho doctors said I had consumption and I got no bettor until I took Foloys r Honey and Tar It stopped the hemorrhages and pain in my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullet Stanford Drug Co Charles S King of Fort Wayne Ind his wife and two daughters Carl Timmins the chauffeur and Miss Fayme Bradshaw were killed in an automobile accident by being struck by a trainon tho Pennsylvania road Th party was in Mr Kings automobile and and was going from Fort Wayne to Lake Wawasco to spend Sunday Mr King was agent for tho Prudential Lifo Insurance Co and formerly was a member of the Indiana Legislature from Wabash county Best The World Affords I It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklers Arnica Salve aays J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am convinced Its the best salvo the world affords It cured a felon on my thumb and it never to heal every sore burn or wound t which it is applied 25c at Pennys Drug Store Mrs Isabella Sahlen of Buffalo Y killed her three small children an then attempted to kill herself will probably die She poisoned th children first with Paris green and then strangled them with handker chiefs Frank McLean of Nashville was drowned while fishing in Tennessee river Premium List of the Great Stan ford Fair Which Begins Tomorrow 1 Best mare mule colt under 1 year 2 Horse mule colt under 1 year 3 Mare mule 1 year old and under 2 4 Horse mule 1 year old and under 2 5 Mare mule 2 years old and under 3 G Horse mule 2 years old and under 3 7 Mare and mule colt colt at side 8 Walk trot and canter mare or geld ing any ago 9 Horse colt under 1 year old 10 Filly colt under 1 year 11 Maro or gelding 1 year old and un der 2 12 Mate or gelding 2 years old and un der 3 13 Mare or gelding 3 years old and un der 4 14 Phaeton mare or gelding any age 15 Pair of mares or geldings any ago 16 Stallion 3 years old and under 4 17 Mare or gelding 3 years old and un der 4 18 Pair any age regardless of sex color or owneship 19 Mare or gelding any age 20 Stallion any ago 21 Jack under 1 year old 22 Jack 1 year old and under 2I23 Jack 2 years old and under 24 Jack any age age considered 25 Jennet under 2 years old 2G Jennet any age 27 Mare mule 3 years old and over 28 Hone mule 3 years old and overI29 Mule any tge 30 Pair mules any ago regardless of sex or ownershipI31 Thoroughbred stallion mare or gelding any age ago considered 32 Gelding 4 years old and over 33 Colt either sex under 1 year oldI M Mare or gelding 1 year old and un der 2I35 Mare or gelding 2 un der 3r36 Stallion 1 year old and under 2 87 Mare and colt mare 48 inches and under 93 Stallion mare or gelding not un doe 46 inches and not over 82 inches 90 Pony 47 inches and under driven by boy or girl 40 Fancy turnout single horse decorations not considered 41 Colt either sex 42 Stallion 3 years old and under 4 48 Stallion 4 years old and over 44 Mare or gelding any ago 45 Mare or gelding 3 years old and un der rI 46 Stallion 4 yean old and over 47 Saddle stallion mare or gelding any age 48 Stallion 2 years old and under 3 49 Stallion 1 year old and under 2 CO Mare and colt colt at side either sex regardless of breeding 51 Stallion 2 years old and under 3 52 Mare 4 years old and over 53 Mare or gelding any ago 51 Stallion mare or gelding any age 48 inches and under ridetnot over years age 56 Pony driven not under 46 inches and not over 52 Inches 57 Stable of 4 horses handled by one man 58 Walktrot mare or gelding 50 Rtckaway mare or gelding any age GO Walking mare or gelding any ago 61 Mare 4 years old and over 02 Gelding 4 years old and over 63 Fancy turnout single horse deco rations 61 Pair any age regardless of sex or ownership 65 Stallion any ago 66 Stallion maro or gelding any age Hoat prostrates the nerves In the summer one needs u 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 Snoops Restorative Its prompt action in re storing the weakened nerves Is surpris entirelyestrong in a few days but each day you can actually feel tho Improvement That tired lifeless spiritless feeling will quickly depart when using the Restorative Dr Shoops Restorative will sharpen a falling appetite It skis digestion It will strengthen the weak ened Kidneys and Heart by simply rebuilding tho worn out nerves that those organs depend upon Test it a few days and be convinced Sold by Pennys Drug Storey Damage suits aggregating 950000 have been filed at Pittaburg against the ofothe Darr mine on 19 1907 when about 300 lives were lost TestifiesdRev iseto Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to any that Foleys Kidney Remedy will do all that you claim for It Stanford Drug Co A GREAT MEETING I Was that of the Crab Orchard Fair A Racing AssociationI The Crab Orchard Fair Racing As sociations meeting came to an end in a blaze of glory Friday afternoon An other good crowd was present making the attendance this year probably the largest In the history of tho Associa tion Splendid order was preserved throughout The show of stock the last day was excellent All of the rings were hotly contested and the horse that wore a blue tie was good enough for any class It will take some time to figure up but at present it looks like the association will be able to declare a small dividend Following are the awards since our last report 33 Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 Scudder Sondidge prem A B Ilansdell cert 34 Best saddle stallion mare or geld ing any age T II Smiley prem R S Scudder cert Mack Hughes third 35 Running race catch weights 58 mile duhIT W Napier prem R H Bro naugh Jr cert 36 Mule race running imlle dash Geo W Bronaugh prem Fred Hoi man cert 37 Best jack 2 years old and under 3 J M Cress prem W A Hatcher cert 38 Best jack any age ago considered J M Cress prem J F Cook Co cert 39 Best suckling colt either sex by Chester Jewell Josh Wilson prem J W Holmes cert 40 Best saddle stallion 4 years old and old and over Charles Dunn prem D L Moore cert 41 Best rockaway mare or gelding shown to rockaway or surrey Scudder Sandidgo prem J R Bcazley cert 42 Best 5 gaited saddle stallion any age ago considered Scudder Sandidge prem Charles Dunn cert 43 Best stallion 4 years old and over R L Walker prem Walker Den ny cert 44 Best phaeton pony IH hands andI underScudder Sandidge prem J C Bailey cert 45 Best pair harness mares or geld ngs or mare and gelding- T H Smiley prem I C James cert 46 Best combined stallion any age Charles Dunn prem N W Rogers cert 47 Best model horse mare or gelding J R Beaztey prem R L Walker cert 48 Best colt either tex under 1 year Beazleyr49 Best fancy turnout double team T H Smiley prem I C James Cert 50 Best New York saddle stallion mare or gelding- J It Bcazley prem Mack Hughes cert 51 Best roadster stallion maro or gelding any age J C Bailey prem T H Smiley cert R L Walker third 52 Running race l milo dash T W Napier first R H Bronaugh Jr second A B Bastin third 53 Mule race 1 mile Ben Howard first W 0 Mulkey second Geo A White third Get my Book No4 For Women It will give weak women many val uable suggestions of reliefandwith strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis The book No 4 tolls all about Dr Shoops Night Cure and how these soothing healing supposi tortes can be successfully applied to correct these weakness Wrlto for the book Tire Night Cure is sold by Pen nys Drug Store Tired of staying in the county jail at Frankfort thinking it would be better in the fresh air Dan Trout and Paul Phelps two men charged with moon shining pried open the door of the jai- and walked away They did not even wait until dark but left tho jail at 130 oclock in the afternoon when the streets were crowded with the usual Saturday afternoon rush The function of the kidneys is to strain out the Impurities of the 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 will make you well Stanford Dru Co Daniel Woods an old and greatly es teemed citizen and business men dropped dead at Cerulean Springs f- JiI HUSTONVILLE A ninepound boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Burdett Powell Dame Rumor has another wedding of prominent young people of this Vicinity booked for thq early fall Late reports from Dr Powell who is a hospital at Bloomington III say he is not expected to live A store was burglarieed at Burnside Saturday night and Lairs bloodhounds were sent to the scene Sunday night An actual reward of 50 for the poo die and a penny for the writer For particulars address Box 83 Hustonville Ky Rev Mills will preach at the Christian church Sunday norning next and at the Baptist church at night All in vitedWalter VanArsdale of Boyle county formerly of this locality lost by fire last week All his household and kitchen furnitureThe of education wants a teach er for the primary department Applicants will please address the secretary Dr J C Barker I am requested by a high official announce that Hustonville will have three deys fair next year and claim now their old dates A gentleman who has just returned from the West says Jchn D Burton has the best field of corn seen en route from Oklahoma to Kentucky Quite a crowd from here chaperoned by George Weatherford and Doc Drye will leave about Aug 1 for a stay of two weeks at Russell Springs Our city fathers will give notice the first week in August that all gates op ening over the side walks must be changed to open on the inside- S D Yowell and family are enjoying- a trip to Atlantic City Judge J D Swope has charge of Mr Yowells es tablishment and is the right man in the right place The Emporium is putting in the Ke wanee water system throughout the building which furnishes hot and cold water and a pressure sufficient to pro tect adjoining buildings from fire The protracted meeting being held by Rev Creel at Concord church on the Fork will close this week Thorn have been two additions Rev Creel is an earnest worker and did much good John J Newell of the firm of Terry Newell is the champion gourd raiser of Kentucky anda specimen of the trumpet variety measuring 60 inch es will be on exhibition at the Stan ford fair- Several buggies were badly damaged ddring the meeting at Concord church by miscreants cutting the rubber tires seats curtains etc Rev Creel denounced the offenders in strong terms which met the hearty approval of the good people of that community Mrs Arthur P Jones of Augusta Kas is with her parents Mr and Mrs John D Burton Miss Mary Murphy of McKinney is the guest of Rose and Margaret McCormack Mrs Ellen Green has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Stanford and vicinity Miss Iva Ashmore of Peoria III is visiting Miss Anna Rou ten A majority of our people will at tend the Stanford fair Mrs E R Zimmerman of Kansas City Mo is visiting her brother Mr MattEngleman at Mt Salem Geo M Givens visited friends at Bradfords ville Miss Amelia McKinney of Lou Seville is the guest of her relative Mr Mrsstartleis visiting her relative Mrs William North Jr H R Camnitz is at home from Cincinnati for a few weeks Dr Clifton Fowler of Stanford is visiting E McCormack Pain will depart in exactly 20 min utes it one of Dr Shoops Pink Patn Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain always means con gestlon blood pressure nothing else Headache is blood pressuretoothache is blood pressure on the sensitive nerve Dr Shoops Headache Tablets also called Pink Pain Tablets quickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from the pain centers Painful periods with women get in stant relief 20 Tablets 25o Sold by Pennys Drug Store 1Miss Elizabeth DeupFce aged 40 years is dead and her mother Mrs Mary Deuprce aged 65 is in a critical condition at Columbus Ind as the result of a runaway caused by a big tour ing car owned by Tom Taggart of In dianapolis His chauffeur was driving the machine from Indianapolis to French Lick when he met the two wo men in a buggy Cures Gapes Instantly BARDSTOWK KY May 4 1908 downgworms and relieves the chicken in stantly When fed In feed or water It Is the best preventive I have ever seen Will Coomes Meet Me at The lincoln GOe Fair at Stanford July 22 Three Days Big Saddle Harness Rings L Each Dayi Innocent Amusements of All Kinds 4 Conieand BringroUl Stock S T Harris Pres J F Cummins Secy WRITE FORCATALOGUE JULY CLEARANCE SALE SmmerClothes at AlmostlZero Prices Ill820 00 Mens Suits in thelatest styles at 1348 16 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1108 15 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1008 12 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 948 10 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 7l48 7 50 Mens Suits iu the Irlest styles at 548 84 00 MensOxford Shoes in all leathers at 8325- s 3 50 glens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 298 J OOMens Oxford Shoes to all leathers at 2 48 2 50 Mens Oxford Shoes in nil leathers at 2 00 83 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 82 25 2 aOLndwa Oxford Shoos in all leathers at 1 98 2 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in ell leathers at 1 48 1 75 Ladies Oxford Shoes in nil leathers at 1 38 1 1 50 Ladies Oxford ShoO in all leathers at 125 All Misses and Childrens Oxford Shoes go at prices like the above Come and see our goods before you buy Our loss is your gain SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KYI Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Ladies r and Gents Furnishings Etc r C PS OUTING BULLETIN I ct 1 16 Atlantic City Thursday July 30 rl Good 15 DaysqOld Point Comfort i2oWednesday July 15 Saturday Aug 1 Good 15 Days IOn sate 8 3420 every day CIRCLE TOUR To New York via Wash Baltimore and Philadelphia with stopovers returning via Niagara Fall Privileges of eteamer or rail from New York to Albany and from Buffalo to Cleveland For furtherjiaforraation call on or addressjG W BARNEY DIP A Lexington KyE Rail and Ocean Summer Service a t i The Interior Journal L c WALTON J W FOLEY It a candidate for Assassor of Lincoln coui ty subject to the action cl the democrat party W L MCARTY Ii n candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln corn ty subject to the nctlou ot the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN- Is a candldntd for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of thu democratic party i JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR li a candidate for the nomination for JudKe of the Lincoln County Court subject to tbo action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE It a candidate for magistrate In the Htar ford district subject to the pi wary of June JOHN J MOSER- Is a candidate for jailer of Democratsubject to the action of the party M BRUCE Is a candidate for jailer of Democratsubject to the action of the pony JAMES Co HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer of Democratsubject to the action of the puny D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nonilnn tton for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party ROBERT ii COFFEY Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic party Ho desires to fill out the ullexpIre- dtnm of W1 llerrln deceas- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county TilE platform of the Tennessee des oirats indorses the national nominee and platform without equivocation and pledges the electoral vote of Tennesse to Bryan and Kern On the liquor question it takes the position that there shall be no backward step and that the laws shall be extended to cover cities not now under their operations whenever the people of the cities affected so declare at the ballot box Another clause favors the revocation of cense whenever the present laws are violated Another plank urges that all executions take place in secret in the main prison at Nashville It is also suggested that more good time be allowed convicts working in the State mines that provision be made for tat jag care of disabled convict that a convict parole system be established and that a tuberculosis hospital be erected at the main prison PRESIDENT SAMUEL GOMPERS of the American Federation of Labor says he sent no dispatch to W R Hearst urging the editor to use his influence to prevent the league from nominating ts own candidate for President and to urge the league to give its support to William J Bryan because the Deflve r Convention incorporated in its platform planks urged by organized labor Mr Hearst claims that he got such a dispatch and proceeded to answer it in his papers There seems to be a story out but the question is who told it THE first appeal for campaign con tributions by the Democratic candidates for the presidency and vice presidency was made last week In a formal mes sage directed to the farmers of the country Messrs Bryan and Kern urge them to contribute according to their means and in other ways assist in restoring democracy to power DEMOCRATS at Washington are pleas ed with the news that Coy Hughes will be a candidate for reelection believing it will increase the democratic prospects of success In New York They were also pleased to learn that Mr Sherman will retire from the Congressional Com mittae because of his ill health TilE letter of ExGov Simon Deliver Buckner to Gov Willson congratulating him on pardoning Powers and Howard and declaring those men innocent is absolutely sickening Mr Buckner is badly in his dotage and little consider ation should be given what he says er does A RACE is on between the Louisvll Courier Journal and the Herald as to which can produce the hottest whisky editorials Both papers are doing val iant servjco for the whisky and beer trusts and doubtless they are gcttiqg big pay for their work TUG Social Labor Partys nominee for the Presidency is serving a sen tence of 25 years for murder He will get out years and years before he is elected chief executive of these United States THE republicans bald will make a bid for votes this fall by increasing the school per capita to 345 They seem to forget that there is no money in the treasury POLITICAL t The defeat of a Taft man for mayor of Walla Walla Washington a republican stronghold was the cause of much jubilation at Fairview Arthur I Vorys manager of theTa campaign in Ohio issued a statemei in which he says ho will take no part in the senatorial race in that State President Roosevelt has refused an offer to make speeches into the receiver of a talking machine for the purpose of making records for public sale William J Bryan dellverered an address to a visiting delegation of several hundred people made up of teachers and pupils of the Fremont Neb Normal school Col H G Catrow of Miamisburg 0 has withdrawn from the race for congress because his automible ran over and killed a man lIe was the republican nominee The Democratic Executive Committee of the Eleventh Congressional dls trict has called a convention to be held at London on August 4 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Con gressThe Prohibition National Convention at Columbus 0 adjourned after adopt- Ing probably the briefest platform on record and nominating Eugene W Ch fin of Illinois for President and Aaron S Watkins of Ohio for Vice Pres dentIt is announced that the Kern notit cation meeting will be held at Indianapolis early in September and will be attended by Mr Bryan who will on that occasion make the only speech he will make in Indiana during the can paignOllie James was at Fairview last week discussing with Mr Bryan the acceptance of thejchairmanship of the National Committee Mr James has been urged by the Democratic leader to accept the post but is not himself inclined to take up the work preferrin to take the stump during thecampaign Henry R Prewltt chairman has sued a call for a meeting of the Democratic State Committee to be held in Louisville Wednesday July 29 at 12 oclock for the purpose of electing a secretary appointing a campaign committee and transacting any other bus i ness which may come before that body There are two candidates for secretary G G Speer of Lawrenceburg and R G Phillips of Elizabethtown NEWS NOTES The widow of W Henry Crackly is dead in Woodford Si Holland aged 53 was run over and killed by a passenger train at Cen ftral City The Farmers and Merchants Bank ing Company of Cleveland 0 has closed its doors The town of Baltic Tuscarawas cQun ty 0 containing 500 people was pra tically wiped out by fire Eleven persons were injured in 8 wreck on the Western Maryland railroad near Keyser W Va Thomas Kinney a leading lawyer oj Manila P I died of appendicitis 1 r Kinney was a native of Virginia Elmer Jones aged 19 was found dead in the road in Carter county I e had a gunshot wound in the back The brokerage firm of Cameron Currie Company of Detroit has been placed in the hands of a receiver Mrs Elizabeth Prewitt of Mt Sterle fag was robbed of S750 worth of diamonds while halting at the depot for a rainOwing to the seriousness of the min trike In Alabama Gov Comer has ordered several militia companies under arms The Georgia Railroad Commission hat ruled that newspapers in that State may accept transportation in exchange for advertising The powder magazine of the Northwestern Improvement Co at Creelum Wash blew up while a gang of men were unloading a car of powder Nin were killed Following an attempt by Higginson omers and Ambrose Black to hold up and rob Albert Prail at Norris City Ind Prail killed Somers and probably fatally wounded Black Before being hanged at Moundavllle W Va Frank Johns a Negro confessed to the prison chaplain that he had committed tour murders previous to the one for which he was executed Robert Gardner a deputy marshal atally wounded and at leat a dozen miners were more or less seriously shot is the result of an attack on a train eating strikebreakers to take the laces union miners at Jef1 erson AlaiAt a meeting of the Capitol Commit sion at Frankfort the contract for the power house lighting and heating plant and waterworks was awarded to Jo sepb McWilliams Co of Louisville ho bid 85321 for the whole thing This includes a filter plant and pump- Ing station with which to supply the apitol with pure water Just Exactly RIghtII have used Dr Kings New Life Pl11s for several years and find them just exactly rlcht says Mr A A elton pt Harrlsville N V New LUt Pills relieve without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipa tlon biliousness andmalarla 25c at ennys Drug Store here and There Joseph Schneider a wellknown Ger- Man citizen of Bowling Green is dead Rhey Stanley of Paducah was seizes with cramps while swimming and was drownedMrs WhitmanHeyde ly the last surviving sister of the poet Walt Whitman died at her home in Burlington Vt Judge Taft in an interview announced that the Republican National Com mittee would accept no campaign contributions from corporations Dr Artetnus Jean Haynes pastor of the United Congregational church New Haven Conn was drowned whip fishing on Long Pond near Harwich MassThe jury in the case of the 12 Negroes charged with the murder of J B Barry returned a verdict at Dixon find lag 11 of the Negroes guilty of man slaughter and fixed their punishment at seven years in the penitentiary- The Interstate Commerce Commit aion has thus far received no official information concerning the proposed general Increase of freight rates The commission it is intimated may take action in case such general increase It proposedIn over a girl at a camp meeting near Glasgow Hayden James shot Clyde Ballard in the breast La ter James in showing his brother Sam James how he had shot Ballard acci dentally discharged his revolver and hit his brother in the same spot Both vict tims are probably fatally wounded- L 0 Fury of Addyston 0 a su burb of Cincinnati and a student at Georgetown College was drowned Sun day in Elkhorn Creek He wasa mem ber of a boating party of three A young woman of the party was rescued after having gone under three times The parents of Fury were on the bank and witnessed his drowning CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon at 33C oclockMrs Mary Baker G Eddy founder of the Christian Scientist church celebrated her 87th birthday anniversary at Newton Mass Thursday- J E Thornberry arrived yesterday and the meeting at the chapel on Lan caster street begun last night Service at 10 A M and 730 P M Everybody invitedFoleyOrino Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not frrl tate It is the best laxative Guaran teed or your money bade Stanfon Drug Co Partner Wanted Inrtnerto furnish the money for and taki half Interest In patent Itallway Hpllce Slave a guarantee that it is pntvntable Kul Information addressing John M man Stanford K- yMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No eo t1i A M will inee Instated communication on each first nni third Monday nights of each month nt T3 oclock In their hall on Main street Step font Ky Members of sister lodges ure Ira tfrnnlltlnVIttd to be present Penny rc Sign Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Graining Ete McKINNEY K- YlNSURANCE rite Lightning Wlnd Storm Life and incident None the 8TUONOK8T and iX8T Companies Represented Lowest Pos ilble Rates Lou Paying Iteo ird Unequalled Talk with IAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone NoM 1VE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU buyreadymadeclothingwhentheref made salts and a cult made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a landsoroe line of Hprtng A Hummer goods I an make from a low price business suit to he nnest dresi suit Overcoats Trous nand Fancy Vests The company I rep esent Is second to none UO nUPLEY The Tailor HtanfordKy Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W L Dlshon Fin Vs Dan Durham Etc D tI Notice of sale Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Ircult Court the undorslgned commission tr will on MONDAY AUGUST 10 1WS etween land 2 PM In front of the court bOUle door In Htnnford Kentucky sell at ubllc outcry to the highest and lest bidder real estate witch Is hereinafter descrlb ed for the purpose of realizing the suns SIW with per cent Interest thereon from inuary 17 until paid and the costs of- thll action ai adjudged herein by the above yled court Hard real estate Is In Lincoln county Ken tucklInd is situated on tbe Morllana Htn lion and Carpenters HtaUon pike It is Funded on the by the land of Mary tltert on the Kast by the lard of JnckCar ter on ih Southeast by the Morelnnd Hta lion and Carpenters Htutlon turnpike and on the west by of N J Gone nnd Wilt Hprutt and contain four acres more tale will bo mode on jv credit of six oaths and for the purchase price the par chaer will be required to give bond with payable to the- ommlulonerand bearing Interest at the rate of six cent perannum from date of tie until paid GBO B SAtJFLEY M C L C C The Truth IEvery person in this city who is suf Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be pcrmanentJ cured by Zemo a external use All durcB ts veil ZEMQ PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE The Coal Ynrdnt McKInney will handle Ik A Nconl only Jelllco and llpattvvlllo Jlluck Have Jut cloiten contract for ss carloads of the It tN coals This coal will Incoming lit from July it up to October Now is thu tune to Ret your coal as till price will advance one per rent eneh month McKINNKY COLt KKKD CO K OOoochMgr R Ea HORTON Livery and Feed Stable Klngsvlllo Ky Htnlilo near Christian church Hpeclal attention to traveling men Everything new and firstclass McKINNEY MARILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Denlers In and manufacturers of Ornnlte and Marble Monuments Flnt Clan Work at Hciuonuliki Prices OOlce Rod Works McTKinney Ky Hhop doted on Hatunlny A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my fnrni of lid acres miles from Htanford on Danville pike good brick residence i two burns twp cribs and other necessary bUlltllOIltrllwatered mon than hal easy will give polon Is goober II not sold by October will oar to hlllhct- bidder Joe DAIwvHtanfordKy Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE CONCRETINGWenreIn creting suds us llloolc Work Inwnionts and In fact wY rna funk any thing tram u house down to a fence Lost W oar serve you promptly mid guarantee tlrstrlnts work and Jail and get our prier before you buy your material nt least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Stop That Cold To thICk early colds or Grippe with Trere nUn means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with FnrenUcs isafer than to let It run and be obllrsd to cure It afterwards To be sure ITs Tentlcs will curs even a deeply stated cold but Ukta the sneeze state thr brrar or head earltheset rrly colds That sorely Utter Thats why they an called I crenUcs- PrtYcntlrsar little candy Gold Cures No Coin ine no phitle nothing sickening Nice for the children and thoroughly safe too you feel chilly If yon sneeze If you ache all over think of IreTtntlcs Promptness may alto save half your tuealslckneutnd doot foryet your child II thereto feTerithness nlhlor dar therein prob PreTenllcs greatest efficiency Sold In to Loin for the pocket also in 25o boxes of 45 PrettnUcs Insist on your druggists flying y- ouPrcvcntics PENNYS DRUG STORE T HE Fair Week 3 The Fairs are now on and we will all go especially to our own and none of us will enjoy- it unless we are both comfortably and neatly dressed It doesnt take much money nor many clothes to do this if judiciously selected A pair o- fWalkoverII or Manss Tan or Patent Low Shoes A pair of Gauze Socks A Fountain Shirt in white or his new Corn color with folding collar and a soft Fourinhand Tie A Blue Serge or Tan TwoPiece Suit Wtth Full Bloomer Cuff Bottom Trousers A Panamaor a Straw Yacht Hat black or tan Belt and if you will depend on us to fit you outYou Will Be Dressed Well r Enough for any occasion H J McJROBRTS i STANFORD KENTUCKY Cfie Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIERrJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owslcv Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo VT Carter Stanford John li Potter Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John P dull Stanford J n Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilbert Creek K L Hubble Lancaster W i H Cummine Preachersville Lilburn a Gooch Gilberts Creek Greater sihenshiczis ii Will Exhibit at STANFORD for One Week Comm- encingMonday July 27thLocation in rear of Aldridges Shop on Elmore Lot Free Band i I Concerts Daily by Uniformed Band j 9 The Interior Journal r STANFORD Kv JULY 21 1908 EL OARDO Is a mild 6c cigar KuaranI 1 teed clear Havana filled Try our personal recommendation PennysIDrug Store THERE Is no better way to cool ofl j these hot days than at Pennys Soda Fountain Tho Ico Cream a Water Is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS bins MFLCEHA LAWSON continues MR E P OWSLEY Is up from Columbus Ga- MANLY HUBY of Lebanon was hero a short whllo Sunday EVERETT STONE is up from Louis vlllo with his parents MISSES MAC AND ALPHA TRAYLC t are visiting at McKinney MRS WALTER JONES will join herl husband at Latta S c this week MRS 1 D BRADY of CovinRton II with Mrs J M Phillips and family v MRS J R IIARRIS is at St Joseph r Infirmary Lexington for treatment MRS S S YANTIS and daughto Miss Ida are with Miss Bessie D Yon 1LO tie mN HuniiLR son of tho SenatorI is somewhat Improved we arc glad to say Mn A G COFFEY is back fro Hominy Okla for a brief buslnct trip stirs J H CABS of Brodhcad wa tho guest of her daughter Mrs L n Hilton Miss VIRGINIA WARREN of Middle boro is with her aUnt Miss Emm WarrenMR D PADGETT of WaynesburR is hero under treatment of Dr W D OBannon MR AND MRS J II WHITE ore hero from Dallas Texas visiting relative and friends e MK J E PATRICK of Jackson spcn several days with his daugther Mir Jean latrlck Mns RICHARD PUTNAM of Lebanon is with tho Misses Woods and Mrs S t J Embry Jr Mn AND Mns J C HAYS are bad from Eureka Springs Ark not mud improved In health REV C E POWELL wife and child Ten of Lexington are with Mr ami Mrs W G Withers Miss HATTIK RICE of Danville wil be the guest of Miss Mary Ellzabetl McKinney during the fair MESSRS A R WALLACE of thli place and Jason Luwhom of Yosemite spent Sunday In Louisville D II SrooNAMORE of Chattanooga is spending a few fays with the fam- Ily of Mr and Mrs E S Spoonamoro DR JAMBS D SMITH of Marron Georgia was the guest of Miss Gertrude Gooch of tho West End last F A MBRSIION and daughter Mrs H M Reed and little Rude May Reed of Hanford Cal are visiting I Mrs J J Myers near Danville PROP J N WIGGINTON who will teach in the High School of the Stanford Graded School was hero Friday and Saturday taking the examination Mns T S WEnn of Knoxville who is spending the Summer with her parents Judge and Mrs M C Snufle here was the guest of Mrs John Rod man at Frankfort 14Mns FANNIE HELMSTETTCR an- idaughter Mrs Armstrong of Leitch field ate visiting Mr C W Lovell and family Misses Laura and Sabra Dawe are also guests at tho Lovell home MR AND MRS JOHN A BLAIN ond Misses Aria Wright and Bessie Worth ington of Hustonville and Mrs S E Ogolvlo and son and Miss Sallie Haw kins of Corbin will be the guests oC t tho Misses Ellis during the fair F J CAMPBELL is In a seri 1EDITOR from several chronic dls eases but ho is game and wo do ear nestly hope ho will soon bo in better health Kendrick Alcorn of Stanford was here on a business trip this week RepublicanI of Versailles and little granddaughter Josephine Beazley of Stanford have returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Gil bert Grinstead Mr Cabal Owens ha- sJyone to Stanford to take charge of the work which is being done on the streets with concrete Mr Owens will super intend the largo force of menSomer set Journal LOCALS RINK Friday night GET Singletons special prices for July TEN or 15 caps of honey for sale Ed Hubbard PONY phaoton for sale W 0 Walk er Stanford FRESH roasted peanuts and popcorn every day Harry Reinhart coalJ11co double screened 8c per bushel at Denham Bros FOR SALESawmill engine complete outfit J R Powell Stan I ford a SEE the New Stanford Drug Cos show window for box writing paper at reduced prices SKATING at Waltons Opera House on Friday night ONE hayrako left will sell at a bargain J L Bcazley TUB Stanford willhold tho boards July 22 23 24 Make your arrangements to attend it AT tho Forkpicnic Saturda Mlddleburg defeated McKinney 14 to 81n a game of base ball T NOLANDS inthe Cede Creek section was struck by lightning and considerably damaged Friday night I WILL make photos at my resIdence In Rowland for a short time at 60 cent per dozen Cash with order Fran Cordier 2t W S E D DENHAM are whole sale agents for the celebrated Rex coal Parties taking car lots given same prlco as dealers COME to the fair tomorrow and you will do likewise Thursday and Friday Your friends will all be hero and they want to meet you LOST between Christian church and mY homo on Sunday a souvenir pocket book containing 475 Rewar if returned to Oppie Drown JERSEY CowsI have two extra nice thoroughbred Jersey cows forsale One with first other with second call Calves six weeks old and both heifers W D McKinney THE time for working tho count roads has been extended from July 1 to July 25 Tho court to allow claims for same will convene Aug 6 Georgo B Cooper county clerk COME and see tho ferns hanging baskets and cheap bedding plants at tho Stanford Greenhouse Special atten tion given to cut flower orders Mist Lena L Hampton Logan Avenue Mn10 VANDEVEFR has bough the grocery store of J F Co on East Main street and is now In charge This is the second time Mr Vandeveer has been in possession of this store TOY TEATERS the Negro caughtboot legging at tho Crab Orchard fairThurs lay was tried in Judge Owsleys court Friday and fined 75 and given 10 days in each of two cases Tho government will tako cognizance of Teatcrs case after he gets through serving his fine Tim new school law provides that the boundaries of colored districts coincide with tho boundaries of whito districts and that the colored voters may vote for white trustess I hope by the time the new new trustees arc qualified that I will havo the new law to place with each trustee G Singleton Supt THEY sure do believe in fairs in that cction Crab Orchards exhibition has ust closed after a very successul meet lng Stanford comes this week with a big show to be followed by Lancaster and that by Danville four fairs in as nany weeks in a radius of 20 miles They are all long looked for occasions and Are attended by happy crowds vhich come even as far as tho salt works Frankfort Journal TUB FAIR Things aro in ship shape for tho Lincoln county fair which will btgin at Stanford tomorrow and con- tinuo Thursday and Friday Horses the finest in tho country are on the grounds in largo numbers many amusement men have stretched their ents and are ready to make merry while visitors are coming in on every rain Everything points to a great fair Dont miss a single day of it JABON WESLEY the gentlemanly sec retary of the Casey County Fair which will bo held at Liberty Aug 26 27 28 was hero Saturday and loft with us the italoguo which will be out in a few lays It will be a booklet of somo 50 pages all well filled with advertisements and liberal premiums Mr Wes ey will bo at the Stanford fair this reek Give hUn your porno and address and he will forward you a catalogue COLLIER Miss I Collier sister of Mrs Suo Holmes now of Marion Ala and Messrs J H and R L Col- lIer of Crab Orchard died at Marion and her remains were brought to Crab Orchard and interred Friday Sho was a daughter of the lato W GColller- and was a most excellent lady For years she had been a member of the aptist church Mrs Holmes and Miss llnnio Miller accompanied the remains HON HARVEY HELM Congressman from this district informs us that ho- has until October next the appointment of u second lieutenant in tho U S Marino corps which appointment ho de sires shall go to some worthy young man of his district Tho pays 1700 per annum during life or good promotlonman of good character whose ago is between 21 and 27 years and who can stond tho mental and physical examlna lions that precede the appointment The latter aro quite rigid but any ono- who would care to undertake them would if successful receive appointment to what is considered a very de sirablo position In the Navy Department of the government Any worthy tung man whoso will communication with the authorlUes- who would arrange for his examination by writingto Mr Helm at Stanford A Rte camp meeting is being held at Moreland with several preachers on hand TILE work on the concrete pavJmenl has very sensibly been postponed until after the fair TAKE a ride on tho Ferris wheel at the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 22 23 24 OUR store will be closed at noon and opened nt 5 during the Stanford Fail W H Higgins AT Saturday night Mack Cloyd was badly cut by another Negr named Reynolds GET your girl in goal A box ot Wileys candy will do the work New Stanford Drug Co GET ready for the Lincoln Count Fair at Stanford July 22 23 24 It will be tho biggest ever Time 1903 tax books ave mad out and your taxes are due Como In and settle T J Hill sheriff WALTONS OPERA HOUSE has been engaged for a swell hop on Thursday night Friday night it will be tho seen of roller skating THE creditors of Mrs L Jane Cloy are requested to file their claims with me verified as required by law J D Paxton Executor ON account of continued III health I desire to sell privately my entire stoc of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper IFon SALEMy splendidly improve 180 acres Ono of the best farms in the county On Hustonvill pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono me A J Rico Stanford Ky In tho Boyle county court ycstcrda the will of J Marsh Coffey was pro bated Ho left all of his property his wife Mrs Lizzie Coffey and asked that she be made executrix without bond To MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 30tl on regular train Leave Crab Orchard 416 A M Rowland 42 A M Stan ford 435 A M All expenses 935 Includes railroad fare Ward at cave hotel and both routes through the cave SPECIAL TRAIN TO LANCASTEnThe L N will run a special train from Stanford and Richmond to the Lancaster Fair July 29 30 and 31 leaving Stanford at 040 A M arriving at Lancaster at 1000 Returning train leaves Lancaster at 826 P M Rate one fare plus 25c for round trip EXCELLENT SHOW The Greater Southern Shows vaudeville under anvas opened a weeks engagement Monday July 13 to a largo and hghly pleased audience The Greater South irn Shows is under the personal super vision of the sole owner Arthur De rmond who is one of the pioneer amusement caterers of the South and he has gathered together one of the leverest and most versatile aggrega ions in tour under canvas The performances which are changed entirely each and every evening are strictly refined and high class Tho stage is under the management of Ed Rogers of the vaudeville team of Rogers Latepha and the company includes Morris Parker The Reveres Happy Osborne Way and Marie and several others Their uniformed band and orchestra is a feature in it self under the efficient direction ol Harry Dernard each member of the band being a soloist MIddlcsboro Record IMPROVEMENTS BEGUN IN EARNEST IN DANVILLEOn Tuesday July 28 at 2 r M 35 beautiful lots with concrete walksand streets McAdamizedand roll ed in tho most modern manner will bo sold at public auction without reserve or bybid One good lot will be given absolutely free upon the following conditions Every white man and woman attending the sale and registering their names with tho clerk free of cost will be given a ticket entitling them to a hanco on the lot The lucky number will be drawn in the presence of the gathered crowd immediately at tho inclusion of the sale Theso lots lo oted on beautiful Alta Avenue one of he most desirable resident districts of his rapidly growing town offer a rare opportunity to tho investor and home seeker alike All property in Danville has gradually increased in price for tho past 20 years and there is not a vacant ouae in the town Yet there aro hundreds of people seeking homes at high rentals Great care has been exercised In the preparation of theso lots for sale in the hope of interesting tho best class In the best part of town Como and bring your friends and register It- costs you nothing and you may bo thoI icky one Free band concerts through out the sale Danville Is the home of Central University and Caldwell College two of the greatest institutions of learning in the State This city has- also been recently made the division of- the Cincinnati Southern railway In a recent issue the Danville said The lots on beautiful high Alta Ave- are the most desirable in the whole townto For further information call HenryDlUlviUe Sf CARLOAD of nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stan ford artREX truly king of coals Costs a little more but what a difference A sample will convince you Denha Bros THERE was no meeting of the county committee Saturday a quorum not beI- ng present A meeting will be calle later to decide upon the manner and time of selecting a democratic nomine for jailer IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Newton Davis barn in Jessamin county burned causing a loss of nearly 2000 76yearsdiedWalter Stotts in Harrodsburg Campbellpoliceman stood seven for ac qulttal and five for conviction on the second trial The jury was discharged Health Coffee Is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clover Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Cof fee in it either Dr Shoops Healtl Coffee Is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expertwho might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Stor- eBusiness on the Square j I will be InCrnb Orcbnrd tbli summer nm winter to tench on all kind of inimical struments Satisfaction guaranteed rROK J Bank Stock For Sale wallinnt about 1 f X on MONDAY AUG 10th county court day offer for onlt nt public niUry IS share or the stock of the Nntlonitl Ilnnkof Huitonville- J Olinncller nuc J II Paxton Kxor STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I Id Iretoell teIYmaepiendldstock- tf goods nt KUluH Htore hu stork h for he molt part new and In n good salable conditIon For further particulars call on or address H Klddi Store Ky S FOR SALE I Rhode Island Red Pallets and Cockerel Ejtglrom Duck oelcttd Eggs or younggD uck1Calli- ns see them MHK W J KIIMIHTO- XIhone 7 Oral Orchard Ky Eczema isCurable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi sternal use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin iseases Eczema quickly I and is permanently cured by remarkable ledlclnt Druggists Write for tsar pIe E W Rose Med Co St LouisMo Pennys Drug Store Public Renting The A O Ohrlitnan farm of 0 acres ono illn Knit of Mortlnnd Htatlon will lx rented to the hllJbeol bidder on SATURDAY AUG 1ltk At S r fln front of the pottofllceat More land About 80 acres to go In and t In torn balance In gins Good Improve nests Rnll plenty or water Edward Alcoru Exor A G Cbrisman BIDDERS WANTED I Three and ontvthlrd tulle of pike In two lectlonn lit section beginning ut n point on lush llmnch pike and connecting with Danville A Lancaster pike being 848 feet or mile less Mi feet 2nd section beginug at I Point on Rush Drench pike near A P Nlonni and connecting wIth Hlanford t Danville being 14100 feet or SH milt and feet Plans and spectflcatloni can lie seen by calling on A P Hloan where bids will be received with prlvlllee of rejecting any and ajl bids Di closed July 3 IlJItJ A P Hloan J T Morris J A Dud Jomr commlisloners Adorinas FoxII a handsome largo young Jersey nUll de wended from a Ion and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is mind of Jersey England and Ainfrlca Ills Ire Is onu of the best bulls tint Imported and his dam II a show cow that has gIven mood of rich milk In one day If you be love Like begets Like or the Likeness of loins Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice He will be allowed to serve n limited lumber ot approved registered cows out Iide of our own herd this year for a fee of leach Make engagement before sending cow to he bred A OTTER KyNbull calves that will be sold ut right price ooperPeoninfton 1 lire and Life Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stan tord Ky POSTEDwhose names appear below strictly forbId bunting fishing or any tlnd or tree pallIng on our places and will prosecute vi olaton to the full extent of the law 1 L Jarvlt J W liaugtunan J K llruce J O Hpratt JUKDCYJLMartin Alcorn ohnCameniwit WmOordfer- an Traylor M D Yolmor- eMrl N II U E Tate DavId Htevens John Juler IlO Durham WO Hont- lotllb Click Fred Handorf Adeline Oralg Christian Jacob D H Anderson EadliJ J Elliott lire GeoluIBn loYou RRSOMS 3 jl r should buy your fu ture and present needs from us Read them I Remnant counter full of short lengths of this seasons best sell ing dry goods 2 At 14 off we offer you choice of the best line and make of skirts in this section 3 iAt l31loff the price you can buy any tailor suit in our house 4 At 14 off the price we offer our entire line of fine waists 5 All calicoes including new side bands 5c i 6 We take 14 off the price of any wash suit 7 iBlack and Brown cottons 1O yds at 49coJ59c and 89cSij48c9 At 9c and13c spec H jf1Fissuesthe pricej10 Glassware givenIaway with every pur chase from to 5 SEVERANCESON J StstSouth East Corner Main Depot STANFORD KY j f 25 Per Ct Discount On any article we have until further IInotice This is strictly a Cash propo sition We want Cash and mean bus iness If you want goods cheaper than you ever bought them before this is your opportunity You can virtually name the price on any article on our remnant counter and take it This means considerably r r below cost on any article in ourstore Prices lower than the lowest at TRIBBLE HUGHESI Dry Goods Notions Opera House STANFORD Block Opposite ShoesI i I t NEW Stock Buggies Runabouts Etc Just in Ready for i the Fair Call and see us- a WIH HIGGLNSSta- nford Kentucky t v- u Lancasteri Fair I Wednesday Thursday and Friday Jul 29 30 and 31 Great Roadster and Saddle Stakes Largest Premiums for Colts Ever Offered Splendid show of Stock in every ring New covered Amphitheatre Plenty of Seats Abundance of Shade Plenty Good Water Splendid dinner served on the grounds Admitted Free on First Day Amusements for Ev erybody on Fair Grounds Special train leaves Stanford 940 A M each day of fair Smitties Celebra ted Band of Cincinnati will play two speciallyselected programs each day Half rates on railroads R L ELKIN SecretaryJOHN M FARRA Presidentt The Interior Journal J Bntmdinthe PottOffice at Stanford a- Hsendaa1u maUlT T3BXJBHnD TOMDATB AIeD FIUDXTB AT 500 PER YEAR CASH when not 10 paid 100 will be charged A BaD CARTER Now Liver Depot Street Phone 96IrSTANFORD KENTUCKY in IOREWARD 1 For the arrest and conviction of any person trciputlng my farm day or nlgbt or doing injury tostock In traveling the pub lie blKhirayi or Injury to stock from the lend ot other people This reward refers to pad present nnd future I also offer a spec ial reward of SOO for particulars tee me a I alto oner two special of Wand 1100 each3OUarpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentist I STANFORD KENTUCKY i a Office over McRoberta Drug Store int the Owfiley Building f For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGSJ G B Pruitt Moreland uA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco DarnsItalk with I Jesse D WearensThe Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY J LBeazley CO l Undertakers and Embalm err Also Dealers in FurIniture MnttingaRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY I CCM Phono lei Hora Pbon K x Po FARMERS DEPARTMENT Six pure Southdown bucks for sale B Foster Stanford Ky FORTY acres of good bluegrass for pasture M H Moore R It No2 Stanford Ky FOR SALE 100 sheep and four South- down bucks extra good ones Thomas Metcalf Danville Wanted a second hand hay baler J Must be in good working order John Woods Box 603 Somerset Ky A I want to buy 1000 mule colts and yearling mules See or write me be fore you sell B G Fox Danville Reports from Delaware and Maryland that the peach crop in those States this season will be bigger than many years at T B Hammonds one of Lytles merchants has a large lot of oats in the bundle for sate Address him Stanford- R F D No 2 I have a carload of nice Western horses for sale See them if you want good horse for a little money J Nov in Carter Stanford FOR SALE Two fresh milk cows with second calves 22 yearling steers 18 heifers and a lot of seed rye M J Hoffman Moreland DANVILLE COURTNothing was do ig at Danville court yesterday Only few cattle were on tho market and were hard to sell FOR SALE Choice pure bred Shrop shire ram lambs Also a few high class Berkshire pigs at farmers prices Call write or phone 861 E G Dickiev Stanford Ky FOR SALEIG extra good yearling mules 14 mares and two horses also a pair of 17hand 6yroId mare moles weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey Paint Lick W O Walkers handsome twoyear old by Preston sprained an elbow and ould not be shown at the Crab Orchard fair last week Thomas Metcalf sold to Knight Son of Louisville 60 cattle at G 40 of which he delivered yesterday which weighed 1370 The remaining 20 will be shipped in AugustAdvocate Fifteen sheep belongink to Solomon j Van Meter of Fayette were killed by being poisoned with Paris green had been spread on the grass by ome unknown person who is supposed- to have had a grudge against Mr Van MeterFOR SALE Several 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 Two Dignity Dare fillies 2 and 4 years old one tour year old Golddust gelding red sorrel All this stock is extra in quality breeding and style Lock Box 161 Stanford Ky The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promise butfaU tb perform says Mrs R PIerson of Auburn Centro Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Dlscdvery Is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer Is sold at Pennys Drug Store 50c and SI Trial bottle free Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 Clays 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 Burkesville Aug 11 4 das Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 20 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days MontScello Sept 8 4 days Notice Chloken leers R 41144 cures cholera gapesroup canker and lImberneck Price 60o No cure no pay Guaranteed by New itanfori Drug Co j i l HIGHLAND Lightning killed a twoyearold heif cr belonging to Squire D R Adams John Reed Sr had a sale of his per sonalty Saturday He expects to make his home with his soninlaw H C Berry his wife having died a short time ago- Elbcrt Young who with W H and L Ayres has been working this county in the book business for toe S Mullikin Company of Marietta 0 the past few weeks has moved his headquarters to Science Hill The schools at Greasy Ridge and Highland began Monday with Cyrus Johnson of Waynesburg and Miss Fannie Young teachers The schools Mt Moriah and Blue Hill began yes terday with Misses Fannie and Maud Hatfield teachers Thomas P Carrier one of our oldest citizens and the oldest member of the Methodist church at this place died recently His was the first funeral to be held in tho new Methodist church After funeral services by the pastor Uevl Ebright the remains were laid away inI the old Methodist church yard John Carrier of Pittsburg was here visiting his sister Mrs Mary Skid more Rev S M Carrier of College Hill C R Carrier of Pulaskl and J W Long and wife ofStanford attend ed the funeral of Thomas P Carrier S A Mullikin of Marietta 0 was here a few days since whooping up his book agents Miss Zora Buugh has gone to Collego Hill to attend school Mrs Waters of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C D War field Mrs C W Young and children of Stanford are visiting here It Cant Be Beat The best of all teachers Is exper lenco C M Harden of Sliver City North Carolina says I Und Elec trIo Bitters does all thats claimed for It For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles It cant be beat I have tried It and hind It a most excellent modi clue Mr Harden Is right It Is the best of all medicines also for weak ness lame back and all ran down con I ilitlons Best too for chills and ma laria Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Storo 60o ITho mot expe s publication with the least income in New York City is the City Record which will cost New I York 1175500 this year Attend The Great Rockcastle County Fair AT BRODHEAD August 12 13 14C Liberal Premiums Ballon Ascensions Each Day R H Hamm Pres John Robins Sec Four Rousing Big Days At Danville AUGUST 5 6 7 and 8 1908j First Regiment Band of Louisville will fur the music There will be a Free Wild West Exhibition on the grounds including real Indians and daring broncho riders present ing hairraising acts The grounds will be alive with free attractions and side shows There will be a free balloon ascension each dayAmong the attractions is a 300 Roadster Ring a 8300 Sweepstake Sad die Ring and 850 and 8100 premiums innumerable There will be 5 Big Ming ani Running Races On the big track during the three last days with aggregate purses of 1050 The races are exclusive of the regular catalogued events which amount to more than 2500 in premiums One admission ticket entitles the holder to all of the above big things I olj Our Merry widow entirely Each box contains the complete MerryWidowFine Linen Paper and Envelopes only 25 cents a box ass PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky The New Perfection i Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook e Stoves mw Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices 1II bfJX 1f1ADAR1TR9GEOFW FARRIS Residence for sale I I desire to sell my residence on Portman Avenue This is a now mod ern uptodate houso4 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in hath room and kitchen Hot water heat nil over the house This is the best and most economical heat that is known today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 2000 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEYiIstY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- IR RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MA AlEiEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INeORPORATCO a 1 4