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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l- r t I i r JTIEWTERIOT JOURNAL v i 11 VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 24 1908 N0 4i i SUCCESS BEYOND EXPECTATION Is the Lincoln County Fair Excel lent Show of Stock Large Crowds Perfect I Weather The Lincoln County Ear opened with a blaze of glory Wednesday morning Everything was In readiness and when I the bell tapped the bOlt lot of mule over seen at a country fair wero brought in There wero live or six mule rings And they were nil well filled After the r bmules came hone stock of several classes and competition was warm In bvery ring A Rood crowd wus present und every thing moved oft An ImmwMO thrcng was an hand yeslof day and the program was a most wtcal i lent ono Following are the avwutte af Wednesday mad Tburwlay 1 Bait mare teals colt under 1 yser- J E Bruce A Son promtam Hairy lUughroan oertlftoaU 2 lion mule edt under 1rJohn Uml rwBl prom Jaawt H- Bwwhmon eart X Mare nt 1 year old and under 2 j J H niURhnwn prum Harrte Wooda certI4 Howe mule 1 year oW and under S J II DauRhraan pram and curt 6 Maro mule t years old and under I henry Muter prpm Harris Woods cert ft Horse mule 2 years old and under S Harris Woods prom and cart 7 Marc and mule colt dolt at aide J 11 Haughman prem James II Woods cert 8 Waik trot and canter mare or geld ing any ago J It Bcaxley prom Mack Hughes cert 9 Horse colt under 1 year old E P Woods Si Son prem It B Woods curt 10 Filly colt under 1 year Hays Foster pram J R Bcailey tort 11 Mare or gelding 1 year old and un i der 2 t J D Bads Son prem J R Beaz ley cert 12 Mare or gelding 2 years old and un der S McWilliams Allen prem Charlie Dunn cert 13 Mars or gelding 3 years old and un der 4 Scuddcr Sandidge prem J R- Ucazloy cert 14 Phaeton mare or gelding any alto R E Goddard prom Bailey Wray cert 16 Pair of mares or geldings any age T II Smiley prem J R Beailay cert 16 Stallion 3 years old and under 4 t It S Scudder prem A B Rans delcerU 1 17 Maro or gelding 3 yenta old and under 4 C P Cecil prom Mack Hughes cert 18 Pair any age rcgardlois of sex color or owncshlp C P Cecil prem Dodd Ac Walker 1certMaro or gelding any aRe T H Smiley Co prem It L Walker cert 20 Stallion any ago L D Baker prem J M Petlus t curt J R Bcazloy Ird 21 Jack under 1 year old L G Rubble prow J P Ceok Co cert 22 Jack 1 year old and under 2 E P Woods prem W P Pitman crt 23 Jack 2 years old and under S J M Crow prom PowAll Hatch er cert 21 Jack any age ago considered Powell Hatcher prom J F Cook COeort I 26 Jennet under 2 years old 11 Woods prem J H Woods cert 26 Jennet any age L G Hubble prem B F Powell cert 27 Maro mulo 3 years old and over Harris Woods prom and cert 28 horse mule 3 years old and over James Mcsscr prem and cert 29 Mulo any ago Harris Woods prem and cert 30 Pair mules any ago regardless of sex or ownership Harris Woods prem James Mea ser cert 31 Thoroughbred stallion maro or gelding any nge ago considered Sam J Embry pram and cert 32 Gelding 4 years old and over Robert Walker prem T II Smiley cert 33 Colt either sex under 1 year old Hays Foster prom J R Beazloy cert 31 Mare or geldfug 1 year old and un der 2 Richard Mocker Orem J R Benz lay cert r 35 Maro o gelding 2 years old and un der 3 A B Ransdell prem McWilliams Allen cert t M Stallion 1 year old and under 2 It S Scudder pram A B C Din wlddle cert 87 Mare and colt maro 48 inches an under Held Hardln prem and cert 88 Stallion more or guiding not un dar 40 inches and not over S2 inches Duncan Hard tn prem W B Ceo oil cert 88 Pony 47 inches and under driven by boy or girl Hugh Refd Foster prom W B Co all cart 40 Fancy turnout single horse doco rations not oonsWered T H Smiley prom J R Bcazley cert 41 Celt olthor SIX Robert Woods prom lays Foster tart J It Beady third tt Stalttoa 8 yem old nod WMltr 4 SetMMarA SMdifee preaa T II 51117 set 41 Stallion 4 years old and over Chant Dunn prom A B RntMdaU eert 44 Mare or gtlolnR any ago W n Burton prem I C Jn stet 48 Mare or geWteg 8 years old and under 4 L D Baker pram C P Cecil cert 48 Stamen 4 years old and ever H C Wray prom J R Benslo cert 47 Saddle stallion mare or gelding age T H Smiley prem Mack Hughes cert RL Walker third NOTES You should see Mode the 676pound girlAlbert Gooch of Versailles ison handDont forget the skating rink tonight Sam M Owens makes a dandy ring marshalW Embry of Garrard was here yesterdayBud of Harrodsburg is o hand as usual Dont fall to see the performing pony Ho Is a wonder- R S Scudder of McKinney has lot of bread winners- J F Cook of Lexington is one the popular judges Saxton Trusts music Is It delight ful feature of the fair W W Wade came down from Cor bin to see the great show President Farra of the Lancast fair was hero Wednesday Capt R R Gentry got In fro Frankfort Wednesday night An adjournment for dinner will made at 12 oclock sharp today Mr J H McAlister of Way Miss is enjoying the excellent show of stock Everybody will go to the ekatin rink at Waltons Opera House to nigh Everybody was glad to see gentle manly Charley Cecil in the show ring John B Coffey of Columbia w used as judge several times yesterday Jason Wesley secretary of the LIb- erty fair was In the big crowd yester dayDont fail to see the wild animal show It is well worth your time nd money President S T Harris is the busts marr on the grounds Ho makes an A 1 officialHenry Codman Potter Seventh Epis copal Bishop of the Diocese of New York ie duad A C Dunn who helped make the Crab Orchard fair a BUCOOM is a Interested spectator Mr J W Hooker and Misses Lou and Helen Hockor of Hoatonvlllo at tended tho fair yesterday Jolly old Bob Walker smiles whether he wins or loses lie is an exceedingly popular and clever horseman H C Bright of Danville and R L Elkin of Lancaster were on ham yesterday advertising their fairs Shannon McKinney of Lafollottc Tenn and Tusco Waters of Delta La came a long ways to see tho show of stock but were amply repaid The man who discovered that salt will keep down dust is entitled to the cake There is absolutely no duo shapeThereon thodecision in tho team roadster ring Wednesday Almost everybody thought Walker should have had tho blueS T Harris mules again demonstrated that Billy Keeno is a great sire They won a half dozen blues yesterday Ills colt by King Eagle won tho colt stakeSecretary J F Cummins and Asst Secretary T W Pennington beat th world for cleverness They should ill the offices they now hold for years to come TODAYS CARD 48 Stallion 2 years old and under 3 49 Stallion 1 year old and under 2 60 Mare and colt colt at side either sex regardless of 01 Stallion 2 breedingl K Mare 4 years old and over I 58 Mare or gelding any ago 61 Stallion maro or gelding any aged 46 inches and under 66 Pony ridden by boy or girl rider not be over 12 years of age 66 Pony driven not under 46 Inches and not over 52 inches G7 Stable of 4 hora a handled by one man G8 Walktrot mate or gelding CO Riokaway maro or gelding any ag 00 Walking marc or gelding any ago 01 Mare 4 years old and over 02 Gelding 4 years old and over 708 Fancy turnout single horse jcteco rationsx01 Pair shy age regardless of sex or ownership 66 Stallion any age Of fUttitoi mart or gelding any age A Reader Corrects Some Mistakes In the Advocate IIsee to Ute Kentucky Advocate oho seat dAte What a Young Boy lie members About the War IIIn which I differ meek In the first pteee 10ltOiecran was not at the battle of Fer ryrille Bfcell ws In command of tho Federals with Thomas second and Crit tenden and MoCook next Bragg was in command of tho Confederate forces asydivisionsyMorgans men were not discharged until Leo had turned his sword over to Grant and Johnson had surrendered to ConCedtJ a Morgans old command under Basil Duke which was discharged below Washington Ga Col W C P Breck In ridge Col Napier and others afterwards wellknown were there The writer also remembers something about tho Guerillas as he was the first one to reach Mr Frank Bcazley when he bridgencoming up a few minutes after his ar rival Bcazley was a fine man it great friend of my father and also of Cola Napier Mr Bcazley was killed by a man named Fergurson a desperado A- Ir mans life was worth but little in those days The first real battle in Kentucky was at Mill Springs although a hot nkir mish was had at Wild Cat whero tho MorganerI Glasgown Lexbc ter and Richmond taking the Lances ter road there and passing through Cra Orchard and on to Somerset where he sentthim ho would call on him personally the next time he came to Kentucky LSAREADER n ROVEMENT3 BEGUN IN EARNEST IN DANVILLEOn Tuesday July 28 at 2- PM 35 beautiful lots with concrete walks and streets McAdamizedand roll cd in tho most modern manner will be sold at public auction without reserve or bybid One good lot will bo given absolutely free upon tho following conditions Every white man and woman attending tho solo and registering their names with the clerk free of cost will be given n ticket entitling them to a chance on the lot The lucky number- n will bo drawn in the presence of tho gathered crowd immediately at the conclusion of the sale Those lots lo Gated On beautiful Alta Avenue one of the most desirable resident districts of this rapidly growing town offer a rare opportunity to tho investor and home seeker alike All property in Danville has gradually increased in price for the past 20 years and there is not a vacant house in tho town Yet there are hun dreds of people seeking homes at high rentals Great care has been exercised in the preparation of these lots for salo in the hope of interesting tho best class in tho best part of town Como and bring your friends and register It costs you nothing and you may bo the lucky ono Free band concerts through ofg lc e two of tho greatest institutions of learning in the State This has also been recently made the division of tho Cincinnati Southern railway In a recent Issue the Danville Advocate said The lots on beautiful high Alta Ave are tho most desirable in the whole town IIFor further Information call by telophone or address U S Henry Danville Ky Got my Book No 4 or Women It vulI1 strictly confidential laIentirely free Simply write Dr Sheep Haolno Vls Tho boot No 4 tolls all about Dr Shoops Night Curo and how those soothing healing suppositories can be successfully applied to correct those weakness Write for the book TheN iyht furo Is sold by Penn s Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES PoplarIitilifsano Five shares of stock in the Boyle National Bank of Danville sold at 168 k Monday R R L Jolly said to have been the ildest man in Cave City Barren coun fty is1 dead SomersetoWas 75 In goods Nell Sutton and Wm Williams are both dyad as the result of a pistol duel near MIddlesboro George Burkes home near Danville was entered by burglars who got away with a lot of clothing a gun and a t atch Henry Moore shot and killed Bud Mo Crystal with a 22 caliber rifle at Rote wereArmlrsf Jefferson Gray aged 17 was acci dentally shot and killed by his i play mate Harry Smith at MWdleeboro The boys were scuffling over a rifle Two large barns belonging to Wil liam Burge at Norwood Pulaski count tjr burned It is thought that sparks from a Q C engine started the fire The body of Milt Williams was found near the railroad track south of East intwoImmense quantities of fruit is passing through Somerset daily from the South to the Northern cities over the Q C road by the car load Somerset Jour nalThe law firm of Harding Rawlings Puryear has filed suit in tho Boyle circuit court against the Cincinnati Southern Railway for 30000 damages JosephMurphyCity Advocate TilE courtly J C Goode of the Fat mers National Bank entertained informally a number of teachers attend ingMho Institute last week Dra Bo Hn and Godby of Hustonville are visiting their brotherinlaw Dr Cain Somerset Journal- A syndicate headed by Judge F D boughtthoing between London and Manchester It is reported that as much as 100000 acres have been secured at a nominal price averaging 50 cents per acre HIGHLAND We are having plenty of rain and crops are looking well Pedro Green is building a large store increasingband Mrs E J Mills are on the sick list While playing with her brother Miss Fannie Hatfield was painfully hurt on one of her limbs and daysMrshome of her son Huff Mason on Green River She was a sister of Mesdames J II Butt and Lucy Baugh of this place and of John Reid11er remains were laid away in the Alt Moriah bury ing ground after services by tho pastor Eld J M Long assisted by Mr Mc ClaryMrs C M Young has gone to Dan villa In tho interest of the new church at this place Mesdames W M Dun evant of Plttsburg and Charley Dawes of Stanford with their children are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J D Baslin Miss Jessie Coleman of Somerset is visiting her sister Mrs Ollio Vanhook J II Acton and family of Wayncsburg are visiting the families of W G Acton and W 0 Young Mrs Elam after spending sev eral days with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Vanhook has returned to her home at Crab Orchard Mrs Rilla Chestnut and daughter Susie are visiting relatives at Burnside Pain will depart in exactly 20 min utos if one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain Always means con gestion 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 safoly coax this blood pressure away from the pain centers Painful periods with women get in stunt relief 20 Tablets 23e Sold by Pennys Drug Store Young Howard Is Miss Smith In WoltressYcsslrIsee Waitress Yea Go round to the side of the house an peek through the blinds and you can see her there with Mr Bartow Harpers Bazar Cures Gapes Instantly DAKDSTOWK KY May 4 1SOS Ono drop of Pv 41141 dropped downI the bill of a gaping chicken kills the I worms and relieves tho chicken In stantly When fed in feed or water cHr1seent Four Rousing Big Day- snilAf IYlK AtfYAUGUST First Regiment Band of Louisville will fur the music There will be a Free Wild West Exhibition on the grounds including real In dians and daring broncho riders presenting hairraising acts The grounds will JDG alive with free attractions and side shows There will be a free balloon ascension each t dayAmong the attractions is a 8800 Roadster Ring a 8300 Sweepstake Saddle Ring and S50 and S100 premiums innumerable There will bo 5 Big Trotting and Running Races On the big track duringthe three last days with aggregate purses of 1050 The races are exclusive of the regular catalogued events which amount to moro than S 4500 in premiums One admission ticket entitles tlje holder to all of the above big things JULY CLEARANCE SALE Summer Clothes at AlmostZero Prices 820 00 Mens Suits in tholalest styles at 1398 16 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles nt 1103 15 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at10ogg 12 50 Mens Suits hi the latest styles at 948 10 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 748 7 50 Mens Suits in the lrtest styles nt 548 25i3 fjO Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 98 8 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 48 2 fiO Mens Oxford Shoos in nil leathers at 2 00 k i 3 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in nil leathers at 82 25 2 80 Ladios Oxford Shoos in all leathers1 at 1 98 2 00 Ladios Oxford Shoos in nil loathers at 1 48 1 7B Lndios Oxford Show in all leathers at 1 88 1 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in nil leathers aj 1 25 AH If3Hi dUll Childrens Oxford Shoes go at pricey like tho above Come nut Mo our goods before you buy Our loss is your gain SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etcj cIoIOUTING 16 Atlantic City Thursday July 30 Good 15 Days x j Old Point Comfort 5200 Wednesday July 15 Saturday Aug 1 Good 15 Days On silo 3420 every day CIRCLE TOUR To New York laWahil- lgtollf Baltimore antI Philadelphia with stopovers returning via Niagara Full Privileges ot steamer or rail frliu New York to Albany and from Buffalo to Clovelauil For furthorjiifornwtion call on or address G W BARNEY DJP A lejdngtou Ky Rail au1 Ocean Smmiipr Service I f The Interior Journal L Co WALTON = J W FOLEY candidate for Aiiauor of Lincoln coun lyKubject to the action of the democrat party WL MCARTY It n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county ubject to the fiction ol the Uemocrntl party M S BAUGHMAN It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count o tubject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM O WSLEY JR It a candidate for the nomination for jlldge of the Lincoln County Court subject to tbeI action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Ii n candidate for mnglitrate In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic prl wary of June JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democra- tpang M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Ienwcrat pony JAME Co HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Democratinbject to the action of the party DCALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to- tbe action of the democratic party ROBERT H COFFE- YI a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic par ty He desires to nil out the unexplrcd term of W I Herrln deceased DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For Congress- HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county EDITOR F J CAMPBELL of the Som erset Journal one of the brightest and best newspaper men in the State is dead He had been in declining health for many months but refused toI give up and up to the very last he wrote for his excellent paper The end came Tuesday evening and thesad new- was flashed over the wires to his legibr of friends and admirers Mr Campbell was 65 years old and is survived bj his wife and two children Mrs R Norwood of Lexington and Campbell of Seattle Wash To the we extend our profound sympathy Ir the death of this splendid gentleman the family and more intimate friend- are not the only losers but the press o Kentucky and every good citizen in th State shares in the loss for he was as true a friend as ever lived a stickler for the right at all times and a journalist who towered like Saul of Tarsus over the rest of the country press Wo sorrow at his death and pray for him the sweet rest and rich reward that is promised the good and true May the sod lie gently on the mound that marks the spot where he sleeps the sleep that knows no waking Mr Campbell was the founder of the INTERIOR JOURNAL and a good portion of his life had been spent in newspaper work He was also proprietor of Rock Castle Springs for a number ofyears and later became a merchant of Somerset In 1900 he bought the Somerset Journal and at once converted it into a semiweekly and made it one of the best and best known publications in the State Deceased was born in this county and served with distinction throughout the civil war He absolutely declined a pension saying time and again that he wasable to make his own living POLITICAL J Peter Holland is running for Con gress in the Second Virginia district on a platform demanding tariff on peanutsI Dr W R Ray of Shelby ed the race for the democratic nomina tion for State Senator Judge P B Beard is also a candidate Wilson Coburn Garrard one of the a most prominent men of Indiana is dead He was a grand son of GovI Garrard one of Kentuckys early gov ernors Many Jfergo papers which have det Glared against Taft are being received by the DemocraticCongressional Com mittee Many advise Negros not to vote at all this year John J Wingate the veteran repub lican editor of Shelbyville Ind in an interview said he regarded it as certain that Bryan and Kern would carry Indiana and that Marshall would be elect ed governorIwas to Gautemala in 1901 said that he had never lieard of President Cabrerascon 7P4tribution of 10000 to the Roosevelt fund and did not believe it was ever made A delegation headed by the president of the Nebraska Agricultural Society caUed on Mr Bryan andi extended a formal invitation to him to make an address a at tho State Fair which begins i in Lincoln Aug 31 Mr Bryan prom iced to be present If poe lbleCJ William H Taft was given a warm reception on the occasion of the opening of circuit court and the dedication of the new courthouse Bath count Virginia at Germantown The occasion called from their homes man y mountaineers who traveled long di e lances to see the republican nominee for president Judge Taft spoke to them on the administration of justice by the courts NEWS Wiley Jones was killed at Halsey coming in contact with a live wire The depots of the Illinois Centr- Railroad Company at Gracey and Cerulean Springs were burned by night ri dersAccording to advices received by the War Department cholera has been stamped out in the department of t PhilippinesJudge Breathitt attorney gc eral of Kentucky in an opinion hold examlaatiol The Illinois Central Railway Co has decided not to allow the sale of liquor sootlThe United States Court of Appeal reversed Judge Landis in the famous Standard Oil Co case in which th company was fined 29240000 The announcement of the death o Admiral Rojestvensky at Bad Nauhei Germany was incorrect The man who died was not the Russian admiral Theodore Kirk was compelled to take teams with him from Cincinnati to haul his tobacco which was stored in Brack en county He was unable to hire teams in Kentucky for the purpose County Judge Arthur Peter Instructed the commission named to inquire in to the condition of the Jefferson county roads to spare neither time nor means to prosecute the work with arms thoroughness MIDDLEBURG If Congressmen turn burglars what mout we little folks turn Good rains have fallen Everythin in the vegetable lino is growing am farmers are happy The Sunday school union to be held here Sunday promises to be interesting Several able preachers aro expected t be present besides Sunday school work ers from all the churches in the Association to join in the work of the unions There will be dinner on the ground am everybody will be taken care of and fed toDSharpnin time to attend the funeral of her father William Miller Geo Sharp Caon was William Miller who had been in de dining health for some eight months or more died at his home here late Friday afternoon Death had been expected for several weeks and doubt less came as a happy relief to him and brings sadness to the hearts of his wife and six surviving children besides to a large circle of friends Mr Miller was 76 years of age and had lived more than half these years in this towp He unit ed with the Baptist church here some 40 years ago and was quite an active member of that church Rev W G Tilford his pastor conducted funer services at his home Sunday afternoon when the remains were buried in Mid dleburg cemetery in the presence of quite a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends MATRIMONIAL John Cole 72 and Mrs Louis Simon were married at Maysville Chase Edwards and Miss Nora De baun popular young people of Perry ville were married in Cincinnati Reflone Sutton 25 and Miss Delila Jane Ashley 16 were joined heart and hand at the brides home near Waynes burg Just Exactly Right- I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A ielton of Harrlsville N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least dls comfort Best remedy for constlpa ion biliousness and malaria 25c at Pennys Drug Store Lexington citizens who are interested n having the medical department of Kentucky State University established at Lexington say that the cpnsolida lion of the Louisville medical schools has made void thIS joint offer made by them to the State UniversityJ May I see the lady of the house Inquired the canvasser Im sorry but this is the cooks day out replied Mr Wyss If you care to see the woman of the house Ill call my wlferFoleys Orino Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not irritate IIt is the best laxative Guaran teed or your money back Stanford rugCo The per on of the United States Isexceeded by only one Lrowltry of ImportanceFrance J u The function of the kidneys is U strain out the impurities of the oleo which la constantly passing throng- y them Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy They will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy and It will make you well Stanford Drug CoSign Writing Draper nna House Painting Paper Hanger MEDAIRYby alInterior Fresco Decorator raining Etc McKINXEY KY INSURANCE IeIre Lightning WlndHtorm Life and leoldent the MTUONOKHT and Potnird Unequalled Talk wnhIMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No N GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when ther e Ue to difference In the price of ready lulls and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a SummergoodsP to I Trouamresent It second to none 11 0 KUlLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W iN Durham Ytc- DRsffotice of tale Proult0ourt a Judgment of the Lincoln the underilgbed conunliilon er will on MOXDAY AUGUST 10 JlQj Between 1andSPufn front of the court houwdoor In Htanfonl Kentucky sell nt best9tbidder ed for the purpose of realising the turn of 1A with per cent interest thereon from January until paid and the costa of this action nt adjudged herein by the nbovo styled court ntYtKentuckandtlon and Carpenter Htntlon pike It It bounded on the North by the land of Mary ofjaekCnrdlion and Cnrpentert Htatlon turnpike and on the west by the lands of N J Uonu Will Hprutt and contains four acres moor less Too tale will be made on n credit of tlx months and for the purchase price the par chaser will bo required to give bond with approved IlronRI security payable to tile Commissioner and bearing Interest at tb rote of six percent perantium from dote o paidJ M C L C C Ileport of the Condition of The Notional Bank of Hustonvllle at DiustonvlllelnthedtatootKentuckyathe t paasooa6gaLoans und Dloount 13NI7- 3OrerdmftMecuredniuluiiHcurvfl Dj 1411 M U H Bonds insecure circulation HflVIk Banking l houtvfurnlturuatid lures tJHiO ro UuefromNatlonolBnnksnotre tervengentt SSSJJ 8 Due from State flanks A hankers Duofroniapproredrewrveitgentii HJM n6 Check and other cRIb Itcinn Sf ell Notes of other National llanki IJSU Q Fractional paper currency nick eltand cents Lt Lawful Money Reserve In Bank vU Specie IllftX to ikgal tender notes 785 00 12AO Kvdemptlon fund with UH Treat urerbperventofdreulatlon 3- 5ttujtoi ro vi Capital Stock WAnttttlrent m Surplus fund Undivided BWI profits less expenses oNatinallfnnknoteoutstanding JOUnCii Duo to other National llanki tMIIIII alDue to State lorries sad honker 70 M deposits tubjectcheck UItI la Imlll f1 State of Kentucky of Lincoln M I J swear the above named IJIIIIII dotsoleiuay that the eve statement It true to the brat of my knowl edge and belief J W HOCKKK Cashier Hulncrlbtdand sworn to Iwfore me this tilt day of July lwt J WHoiklm NI My commtstlon expires treb251913 Correct Attest Edward Alcorn T JIRobinson and J W Powell Directors Report of the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Stanford In the State of Kentucky at the close of business July 16 KEIODKCES Loon and Discount 1718n o- nOverdrortlecUred and unsecured 913191- U B Bonds to tecure circulation ftVM 00 Premiums on U Hbondi 0t6- Oondt securities otd 9J4S W Banking house furniture and fix tureer GOf4 ti Other real estate owned 11200 00 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 8131 02 Due from State Banks A Bankers 1JO8 89 Due Irom approved reerveagent 711618 Checks and other cash items 47 Notes of otbecNatlonal Banks 187000 Fractional paper currency nick elaahd cents Im 83 Lawful Money Reserve In Dank vlis Specie 1036828 Legoltendernotea 8850 00 18818 i5 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2600 00 rlb6N0o 61 MABILIT1K8 Capital Stock paid Intootffl 00 urplut fund 17000 00 Undivided profits lest expenses and taxes paid 1962 00 National Bank notes outstanding WCq 00 Due to other National Dank Bi4 40 Due to Htate Ilanks and Danker 15823 Individual deposits tubject check 147659 at Demand certificates of deposit 616611- 6Time certificates of deposits 2000 00 Reserved for taxes h8 rh3S9 State of Kentucky County of Lincoln tst John Mcltobertt Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement it true to the best of my knowledge nd belief JOltS McRoBEttrs OablerJHubtcrtbed and worn to Ohdoyof JulylSOH WMDrlghtNP Correct Attettt JBJIocker O E Tate FOnmmlns Directory The Truth EYeIypetsoniRthiscitywhoispu6h ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE ThoConlYimlat McKinney will handle L A Nconl Jelllco niul licntt flack IlBTeJuttcloieon contract for 23 carloads of the Lt N coals This coal will trt coming in from July up to October Now Is the time to get your coal at the price will ndvnuoeomt Ill r centrach month McKINNKY COAl A KKKD OOM KOOoochMfr R E MORTON Livery and Feed Stable Klngsvlllo Ky HiwclnlIMcKINNEY MARILE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Ac Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments HlrttClatt Work at Reasonable Tricot Ofllce and Works McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my farm of acres two tulles from Stanford on Danville pike good brick resldencol two tMrnsi two crlM and other necessary buildings well watered more than halt in grass Terms easy t1lll give pott lon In October If not old by October will offer to highest bidder Jon HAILOV Stanford Ky Itching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form If ItchingSkin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis G L PENNYS DRUG STORE CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kInd of ron crttlng nt Work 1nreiiienti and In tact WP can mnkr any thing from a houtv down ton f nc last v ooh serer olaasfbefore you buy your material nt least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Stop That Cold ToeheckearleotdserbrippewlthPreYeatfcs taeont sun deist for PneomonU To stop a with ITtrtnUct It safer than to let It run and bs obliged to curs It aftenrardf To be Pre yenda will cure even a deeply sated cold but taken fOulra1 the rnru taceber blM or head off these earlcol That I tartly bttter That why the are soled PrtrenUct rnrtntlrtarallttl dandy Cold Cunt No Qullio 1nno alckflDlDr NIl for th IcesehWy11says 11pllies PrnentJca Iftatelt eDrfenc Sold Pbereatalefier tbe of 41 iLnearucguu SIT Iniltt on y- ouPrevcntics PENNYS DRUG STORE IJIIffIt Fair Week I The Fairsare now on and we will all go es pecially 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 selectaF I ed A pair o- fWalkoverI or Manss Tan 1or R 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 With Full Bloomer Cuff Bottom Trousers- A Panamajor a Straw Yacht Hat black or tan Belt and if you will depend on us to fit you out a You Will Be Dressed Well Enough for any occasion II J AtcROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY the Cittcoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIERtJOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPER i DIREOTORSt J B Owele Stanford S II Shank Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John P Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek i GreaterSouthern Sboois 1I Will Exhibit at STANFORD for One Week Commencing r Monday July 27thILocation in rear of Aldridges Shop on Elmore Lot Free Band Concerts Daily by Uniformed BandaP r I f i The Interior Journal i STANFORD KY JULY 2v1908 Et DARDO is a mild Gc cigar cuarar teed clear Havana filled Try i our personal recommendation PennysI Drug Store TIIERE la no better way to cool 01Y these hot days than at Pennys Soda The Ice Cream Water IB delicious and refreshing PERSONALS 1C E IJoiiON of Lebanon Is here S C LACKEY is up from liar rodaburgMRS L DoTY of Bourbon III with friend hero- MISSSAUJC GIVENS of Mlddleibon la with friends here MRS T C WILLIS of Nicholas vlll Is with friends here I P1 MRS J K VANARSDALE Is up from Louisville with friends MRS M M SWEENEY is with Wash- Ington county relatives Miss SARAN STEWART of Boyle II with Mrs J It Powell MR M F ELKIN of Lexington was hero tho first of the week JOHN CARTER camo homo from Lou isvlllo to tho Stanford fair Miss SAUNDERS of Now Orleans Is with Mrs P M McUobcrta MIss ETHELUERT DUNN of Garrard Is with Mrs W A Tribble Miss ANNIE STELE COOK of Lex Ington Is with friends here Miss ANNIE BRONAUGII of Crab Orchard II with friends here- J D HOLDERMAN of Somerset Is Bellini soft drinks at the fair WILL SHELTON and wife of CorWr are gu csta at A T Traylor Miss EWE WOMACK of Lou InlIIe is with Miss Mary McUoberta Miss MARY MORROW of Somerset III with Mrs James F Cummins Miss ETHEL SEE of Louisa Is the guest of Mrs John F Engleman Miss MILDRED COSilY of Junction City is the guest of MUs Bcssio PATTIE MOORJ of Louisville Is thocuest of Miss Blanche VanDeveer- Mn IoUls IIAGOIN ot Danvllle was the gust Wcdnciday of E D Penning ton t MRS FRANK WILKINSON of Uurgln is with Mesdames Ed and II B Witkin eon Miss SALUE COOKE came down fron Hustonvllle yesterday to visit her ale tersMRS RODMAN KEBNON of Harrods burg is with her mother and sistei hereMus P Eo KEMP and children of Anniston Ala are with the homcfolki here ALT SHELBY of New Mexico II with the bomefolks In the Shelby City section Miss LULA SIMPSON of Garrard Is t of Misses Annie and Mary Phillips Mns MARTHA TEWMEY and son of Washington countyarc with Mrs Sweeney MRS CLAUDE PENNYBACKEK and children of Somerset are with Mrs A C11111W WALTER and family of Kings ville are upending fair week with rela tives here Miss LULA MAE BRUCE of Danville II spending fair week with Mrs J S Baughmanp of Koskloiko Miss has II her parents hereiMISS ROSE ALCORN arrived Tuesday from Council Bluffs Ia where Bile has been teaching MR B H BRITTON of Harrodsburg is attending the lair He represent the Britton Music Co CHARLES DOWNER has secured a good position with the Standard Oil Co wits at Covington MRS WALTERVANARSDALEand Miss Ednn CamoiU of the West End arc with Miss Mary D Kennedy Miss KATHERINE REID is spending some time with Mr and Mrs Henry Ba ford at Chicago Advocate MR WILLIAM DUNEVANT and family j of London were guests of Mr and Mm j D Berlin In the Ewell section JOHN BLANKENSinr and family ol Etowah Tenn are making their an nual visit to Lincoln county relatives TUB family oflMr John Downer will move to Cincinnati Sept 1 much to the regret of their many friend here MESDAMES D L YounG and J W Bastln and Miss Mae Martin attended the Crab Orchard fair London Senti nelMiss MARY BURCH has aa her guests Misses Jean Bruce Isabel and Beaslo Haldeman and Marie Jefferson of Louisville MRS J H SworN and children of Danville nd Miss TalbPtt of Paris are with Mrs Jennie Carpenter at Hustonville HARRY STAGG and friend Oscar Cox of Knoxvllle and Will RUle and wife cf Hustonvllle aro with Mrs Jessie Stagg and daughters MR SIIELTON M SAUFLEY manag ing editor of the Kentucky State Jour nal was elected secretary of the Dual ness Mens Club of FrankfortIliON J S OwsLEY Sn Is visiting his Mrs J S wells Miss Frances Metcalf will to Stanford r Friday to visit friends and attend the tt fair Advocate iIii LOCUS RINK Friday night r TEN or 15 caps of honey for sate Ed Hubbard SKATING at Walton Opera House Friday night IPONY phaeton foursale W 0 Wall er ONE hayrake left sellat a bargain J L Beazley A GOOD mare and buggy for IlIle cheap John Downer Stanford nicePortland cement just received J M Phillips Stanford FOR SALESaw and engine complete outfit J R Powell Stan fordeTHE hop last was elegant affair We have more to say about It next Issue CALL at tho Secretarys office and get a premium list of the Liberty fair which comes off July 2G 27 28 GEO L CAnVEN has his terest In the Hustonvillo Milling Co to J W Hoskins we are informed MR BLANDBALLARD of Danvlll suffered a stroke of paralysis Wednesday and his condition is regarded serous REX king coals Costs a little more but what a difference AI sample will convince you Denha urea I WILL make photos at my resident in Rowland for a short time at CO cent per dozen Cash with order Fran Cordlcr 2t W S DENIIAlt are wholesale agents for the celebrated Rex coa Parties taking car lots given same price as dealers IJr1I8EY CowsIhave extra nice thoroughbred Jersey cows for sale One with first other with second calf Calves six weeks old and both heifers W B McKinney THE time for working tho count roads has been extended from July 1 to July 2C Tho court to allow claims for same will convene Aug 5 George B Cooper county clerk COMB and see the r tomehanging bas kets and cheap bedding plants at the Stanford Greenhouse Special attcn lion given to cut flower orders Miss Lena L Hampton Logan Avenue WE want it distinctly understood that tho Ed Walton who was hung for mur cr at Moundtvlllc W Va is not the editor of this paper nor Is he a distant relative That Ed Walton was a Negro and ho seems to have been very bad one THIS office will outthe next day or so about 60 looks of ballots to bo used In the school trustee elections In the various school districts of the county The election will be held Aug 1 and will be conducted similar to th regular November elections DuNAWAYFred Dunaway ngei about 40 did here Tuesday following a severe and dangerous operation The burial occurred at Mt Moriah at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Deceased was a good citizen of tho Highland sec tton lie la survived by his wife and several children ATTEMPTED BURGLARY An effort was made to burglarize Pennys Drug Store Wednesday night but the scampi made a failure A dozen more holes were bored around tho lock on the front door We need a night policeman at all times and especially when there are big crowds in town CARD OF THANKS We desire tc thank from the depths of gratefu hearts those who were so kind to us ii our recent bereavement The good deeds 3f tho excellent people among whom we reside helps us no little tc bear the terrific blow that we have sue tamed Mrs W I Herrin and children ATTEND the white teachers Institute in the Graded School building here be ginning July 27 Wednesday will Lx trustees day and the New School Law will be tho subject Wednesday afternoon Everybody come Prof Ireland Will Instruct practical work of school room will be the slogan of the week Object lesson in various subjects from primary through high school G Sin fleton SupL JUDGBM UFLEYofStanford has been appointed special judge of the lagoffin circuit court and will leave Monday to begin work Judge Saufley has probably done more special judgeship work than any lawyer in Kentucky He made a brilliant reputation when circuit judge of the 13th Judl lal District and when he retired was frequently called upon by Gov Beck ham to act as special judge so general haa been tho satisfaction among lit ants with his rulings It will bo re tembered that Gov Beckham requested Judge Saufley to try Caleb Powers but he declined Gov Willson has callI ed him into service several times al dyrFrankfort dispatch to Lexlng tonHerallL 4 GET Singletons special prides for July FRESH roasted peanuts and popcorn every day Harry Relnhart THRESHING Jellico doublej screened BJc per bushel at Bros OUR store will be closed at noon and opened at C during the Stanford Fair W H Hfggins GET your girl in good A box of Wileys candy will do the work New Stanford Drug Co TilE 1908 tax books have been madeI out and your taxes are due Come In and settle T J Hill sheriff THE creditors of Mrs L Jane Cloy are requested to file their claims with me verified as required by law J B Paxton ExecutoraON account of continued health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper FOR SALEMy splendidly Improve farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Huatonvill pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky AT a meeting of the democratic county committee yesterday It was decide to hold a convention at the courthouse Monday Aug 10 to nominate a candl date for jailer We predict the pres cut jailer R II Coffey will have no opposition To MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln count excursion to Mammoth Cave July 30th on regular train Leave Crab Orchar 415 A M Rowland 432 A M Stanford 435 A M All expenses 935 includes railroad fore board at cave hotel and both routes through the cave SPECIAL TRAIN TO LANCASTER Th L N will run a special train from Stanford and Richmond to the Lancas ter Fair July 29 80 and 31 leaving Stanford at 040 A M arriving at Lan caster at 1000 Returning tram leave Lancaster at 820 ri Rate one farr plus 25c for round trip KING HOTEL BURNED The King Ho tel near the Crab Orchard depot burn ed Wednesday night together with nearly all of tho contents The fire is supposed to have caught from the kitch en flue Mrs 0 P King who owned the hotel was making jam until a late hour and when discovered the flames the ell of the building was falling in A guest had to jump from his window to escape burning The building and furniture were partially covered by insurance r OUR old friend Ed Walton chief mogul of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL is chim ing the praises of Bryan and Kern in a Sigh pitch Seems like as well as wean remember Brer Ed has always been championing lost causes and we suspect this will not be an exception Chime on KatyDid Ed the October frost will bite you Mark that The above is from the pen of the sarcastic editor of the Casey County News known by his friends as John Hen nery Thomas John Hennery has never loved us since we poked fun at him for his defeat in the beauty ring at the Yosemite picnic He wanted to keep the matter mum but the I J let Its thousands of readers know that handsome John Hennery had met his Waterloo Had we known that he was going to take the matter so seriously we would not have let the cat out of the wallet but would have permitted the public to continue in its belief that John Hennery was the Apollo of Ken tucky and tho only and original unbeaten beauty in the State of Cagey- HUSTONVILLE IJohn Allen and Edd Powell have completed harvesting nearly 300 acres of frws IPartial rains have diabrlssed a large section south of here by persistently palling in sight all around LOST between my home and the ChrIstian church a etar shaped broach with diamond in center Mrs C W Adams Mrs Jane Ellis who lived near Jum bo died Monday night of infirmities In Ident to old age She was buried Tuee day at Mt Moriah The Georgia Plantation Minstrels wlU hpld the boards at Alcorns Opera House on Saturday evening Aug 1 emember the date and come fully prepared to laugh see Carroll Grubbs just over the Casey order was suddenly unbalanced last week and consigned to an asylum His elusion is despair of escape from the lake of fire and brimstone Dr L R Powell who has been treated for several weeks In the hos pital at Bloomington HI died on the- 14th inst and was buried at Excello Mo He had numerous friends and relations in this county who will be grlev- ed to loam of his death Mrs A H Bohon and daughter Theresa of Temple Texas arrived Wednesday to visit Central Kentucky rela- tlve Miss Armanda Alexander of Lexington Miss Mattie Hughes of abaaaa and Mrs Wm Powell of DanvIUfI are wittt IIrsJnRUfe- J CHURCH TATTERS There will be preaching at the Christ- Ian church Sunday Dr M B Wharton pastor of the Baptist church of Eufaula Ala and former United States consul to Sonne berg Germany is dead A great meeting will begin at Turn ersville next Monday night July 27 Rev T S Tinsley of Shelbyvlile will conduct It A list of tho subjects he will preach from will appear Tuesday Roy Geo F Smith of Evansville Ind evangelist and R C Bird of Valley Center Va singing master are conducting a series of meetings at Lynnwood school house about thre miles South of Stanford Services at 9 A Nand 730 P u Everybody 18 invited to attend Health Coffee Is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine VU Not a grain of real Col feo In it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really would fool an expert who might drlnl It for Coffee No 20 or 80 minute tedious bolting Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Penny Drug Store SEE the New Stanford Drug Gos show window for box writing paper at reduced prices Business on the Square j I will be In Crab Orchard this luminer omt wlntrrto teach on nil kinds of mutleul ir itrumontl RUnrnntee- dIliOKJfATHOX Bank Stock For Sale An Kxecutor of Mr 1JCloyit I wll In front of the court house In Hlnnford Ky at about sr x on- MONlIAY 10th IKK county court day1 over for sal at public outcry shares of the stock of tho tlonlll Hunk of Jluilonvllle J rUhnndlernuc J II 1axton Kxor STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I rlvnplymypleudldtort- of l desire toIIgoods nt Kldd Store stock forth molt part new and In good snlubl condition For further particular call on or nddrvn IL W LI iO1i Kldds Wore Ky FOR SALE I Ilhode Island HeU Iulleti and Coekernli Ogps from lelpclld nl II r Wilt Milliard Duck Kg 4vpungwiluck Cal and see them Sioi N 1none 7 Crab Orchard Ky Eczema isCurable ZBMO a icieatlflc preparation for xternal use SIO itching instant and destroys the gents that cause akin iseases Eczema auickly and Is ermanently cured by this remarkable ledidne All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louls M- cPennys Drug Store Public RentingT- hu r A O Chrllman farm of acme one nlln East of foreland Htatlon will be rent ld to the hlghrtt bidder on SATURDAY AUO I me At 1 v In front of the poitofHce at More and About aa acres to go In wheat and- S In corn balance In grass Good Improve neat and plenty of water Edward Alcorn Hior A G Chrlimnn BIDDERS WANTED Three and one thlyd mllei of pike In two lectloni lit section beginning nt a point or lluili Branch pike mid connecting with Danville Ijinciuter pike being 8 feet or mile IeII lea feet ind iectlon Ixglnng alt point on hush Ilrunch pike near A It ttlonnt gate and connecting with Hlunfon 1 Danville pike being lslesl feet or Jh miter- ndt1Ofeet llan and ipecltlcatlont car be seen by cnlllng on A P Sloan where bid Rrlll be received Vlthprlvlllge of rejectlni nyand nil bids closed JulY n hart A P Hloan JT Morrli JA Dud term commliiloneri Adorinas FoxIi a handsome large young Jersey Bull de cended from a long and unbroken line of lIjlandnnd his dam Ii a show cow that hAt given M pound of rich milk In one day If you be here Like begets Like or the Likeness of once Ancestor and have a itrlctly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser Ice He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out lido of our own herd this year for a fee of 3 each Make engagement before sending ow to be bred tOTTER Telephone Stanford Ky N nWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will bo sold at right prices ooperPeniiiQtton sire andLife Insurance epresenting old and established Com pnuies Odd Fellows Building Stanford Ky POSTEDwhose names appear below strictly forbId hunting fishing or any kInd of trel- panIng on our places and will prosecute vI to the full extent of the law I ii Jan ls J W Baughmnn- J E Bruce J O Hpratr WnmgneJLIIMnrtln Alcorn olinUamenlsch WlnOordler Dan TraYlor M Elmore irs N D Goode O E Tate IavldStevens John Jufer UO Durham W G Kout lotllb Click Fred Handorf idellntOralg Obrlstian Jacob J JThompson ft H Anderson JYJ Moerl Mr and Mrfo tradeaSorWn JJ U Mrs Gf ogna r 10 RRSONSI You should buy your fu k ture and present needs H 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 At 13 off 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 includ ing new side bands 5c 6 We take 14 off the price of any wash suit 7 Black and Brown cottons 10 yds at 49c 59c and 89c 8 All 1 fancy silks at 48c 9 At 9c and 13c spec ial lot of Law sanqI Fissues worth double the price I 10 Glassware given away with every purchase I from to 5 f SEVERANCE Sc SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY 25 Per Ct Discount tJ On any article we have until further notice 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 i and take it This means considerably below cost on any article in ourstore Prices lower than the lowest at TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY NEW Stock Buggies Runabouts v e Etc Just in Ready for the Fair Call and see us Ala W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky It t It j y tr The Great Lancaster Pair Wednesday Thursday and Friday Jell 29 30 and 31 Great Roadster and Saddle Stakes Largest Premiums for Colts Ever Offered Splendid show of Stock 4 in every ring New covered Amphitheatre Plenty of Seats Abundance of Shade Plenty Good Water Splendid dinner served on the grounds Children Admitted Free all 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 specially selected programs each day Half rates on railroads t R L BLKIN SecretaryJOHN M FARRA Presidenttl The Interior Journal J Entered nthePod Office at Stanford at ticondtlau materY- VULIMDED TOBSOAVa AND FHIDi- VOJOO AT PER YEAR CASH WWben not 10 patd IJOO will be charged a1D CARTER New Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY IOREWARD i Par the arrest and conviction of any pert on trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing injury to stock In traveling the public highway or Injury to took from the land of other people This reward refers to pait prevent und future I alto offer a spec 1st reward sro for particular see me I also offer two ipoclal of JX and IlWeuchJQCarpenter r A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta DrugStore in the Owdey Building For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland IA FrIend In Ned lis A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talkwith Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur fniture MattingsRugs They t will exchange Furniture for vi all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD a KENTUCKY J C MeOtary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddler 4 yEANFORD KY OC ce Phone Hon ePhoce 8 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Charles Clarke of Bethel sold two mules colts for 300 Six pure Southdown bucks for sale J B Foster Stanford Ky FORTY acres of good bluegrass for pasture M H Moore R R No2 Stanford KySR L Prewitt bought n twoyearold Cecilian Chief colt from John Webb for 200AdvocateFon sheep and four South down bucks extra good ones Thomas Metcalf Danville Wanted a second hand hay baler Must be in good working order John A Woods Box 603 Somerset Ky I want to buy 1000 mule colts and yearling mules See or write me before you sell B GFox Danville T B Hammonds one of Lytles mer chants has a large lot of oats in theI bundle for sale Address him Stanford R F D No2 I have a carload of nice Western horses for sale See them if you want a good horse for a little money J Kev in Carter Stanford Fon SALETwo fresh milk cows with second calves 22 yearling steers 18 heifers and a lot of seed rye M J Hoffman Moreland FOR SALE Choice pure bred Shrop shire ram lambs Also U few high class Berkshire pigs at farmers prices Call write or phone 8C4 E G Bickley Stanford Ky FOR SALE16 extra good yearling mules 14 mares and two horses also a pair of 17hand Gyrold mare mules weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey Jr Paint Lick FOR SALECross between Oxford and Southdown buck lambs and a few aged bucks This makes a great cross Also a few pure bred Southdowns Henry Baughman Hustonvilte Ky Members of the Burley Tobacco Society are urging the Board of Control to put a flat price of 25 cents a pound on the 1907 crop in place of the average price of 15 cents called for by the pool ing agreement 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 How to Restore A Drowning Man Here is a simple and effective way to restore a drowning man The man should be stood on his head in order that all the water possible bo gotten from his lungs The old method of rolling him on a barrel is not a bad one for the same purpose Then an effort should be made to in duce artificial respiration To this end put the persoh flat on his back and let some one catch hold of his arms just at the elbowI Then raise the arms above the head and bring them down As they reach the body press in on theribs to force out the air gained by lifting the arms Keep this up at the rate of 18 timesa minute Then try to get the heart to moving by giving a stimulant like liquor or tai hyperdermtc Injection JSometimes a slight fluttering of the heart is sufficient to get back life Get a physician as soon as possible The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery Is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fall to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn C ntro Pa It Is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only tempo rarily New Discovery 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 Brut cold remedy and throat and lung heal or Is sold at Pepnys Drug Store 50o and 81 Trial bottle free A single fruit compamy exported last year 40000000 bunches of bananas to Europe and the United States from Central and So1ithAnlerca and Ja maica Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for lOGS Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 23 6 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 Burkesville Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug261 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days ytheThe ticket nominated Democrats at Denver is a winner The pros pecta for victory are better than they have been since 1876 when Tilden swept the country by a popular major ity of more than 300000 The nomi nation of William J Bryan and John W Kern were practically by acclama tion and the Democrats are happy Jessamine Journal It BeatThe best of all teachers Is exper knee C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina saysIII had Elec trio Bitters docs all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles It cao t be boat 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 weak ness lame back and all run down con ditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Store 60c Two men were killed and a third seriously hurt by an explosion in the Red Dog mine at Webb City Mo OFFICERS J S John J Cashier Baughman Asst Casbr ww Saunders Wanted l rtnrto furnish the nmltnke tmlf Internal In imteiit Itatlwuy Mpllre Have tntHnintrv Mint It It lab ntnbl Full Information gddreuUla John I1Thur nnlnHtn11f0 y MASONS MEET UHCOhl qrt1- eteled uiunkattononnrt nnl UtlrU MortOny tI of enrh lll hat I otoeKlulMlrlwll ii Mutn trwt Hiiu fonl liy ISIIkenofhterINIrumI mlt to prewnt o 11uuy Vil T WlNmnlnutouMnc Iteport Uio Dominion of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK HtnnfonJ the Mtate Kentucky at the close ofbuslneJuly IS I HKNOOnCKt foDnantl DUcounti 129bu7 It Orerdmftfit unilnndunMcurrU ItM U florid to secure circulation W cn Hondt nurltleioto 8uuwl- Unklng house furniture nnd tures aaU al Trnniltu SW U line from Xntloiml Unnki not crvenKvnt 1I4 II nUll from Htnte llankt A Ihinken e- 5lntefrousttprovdrrservoegenu SI17 SMe- SNutot 15 other Nntlonnl Hunk 515 KrnctlonnliMirwr currency nickel Biulc nti 15557 Lawful Montty In llixnk vu Hpoelc lUWtl IeK tWlldlr lIot ri 4110 H1SI Itinlemptlon fund with U MTren urvr t5 p rotof clroulntloni ijSWW p1755 5t LJAllIIJTirS Capital Htook paid In I aQIO 00 Mur des fuml- lndUIU w OJi profit less Bipeiwi- nml taws a37 National flank noto outitnndln Mjuu lutf to oth vr Nut llunk 9771 in Due to Htnte bank and tankers 19 M Individual deposits suh dllCk ts57014 5M4 llesvrvMl for taxes 57- 4pt7V5 u Htntoof Kentucky County Lincoln M I M IlrlKhtCa lil rof tbenoovnnmtd blink solemnly swear that the above statement U true to the Uwt my knowl edge and holler M IlKlflIIT1Ahltr Hubscrtlil and sworn to before thli Iday of July WIN JJ MeltolwrtfN Correct Attcitt H H KhanklJ U Tax ton J F Cash Directors Attend The Great Rockcastle County Fair AT BRODHEAD August 121314Liberal Premiums Ballon Ascensions Each Day R H Hamm Pres John Robins Sec Jfiirst Rational lfan Stanford1Yy Gryanixttt SS2 Capitai Slock fSo 000 r Cfurpul and Unttivfdfii iProffls S9 000 fas paid ih Dloldonds sifico Oranation S2500S- nvito 7otv Jfacounis on Our 9tyoriti HockerIPresidentS McRoberls H C Bookkeeper IParner for br Ira lw of at In of nx In reo rvi of W do of W me DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman MID Elmore J M Pettus S H Daugliman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E TAte NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS 41144 Cure Cholera Gapes Iloup Canker and Limbcrueck Price 50 cots i No Cure no Pay Cures Gapes Instantly Guarantcedjjy George L Penny Pharmacist STANFORD KENTUCKY nARD TOWN KY May 4 1JD08 J One drnP of 41144 dropped down the bill of q gaping chicken kills viho worms relieves thechicken instantly When fed in feedror water it is the best preventative I have over known WILL COOMES ti Our Merry WidOw entirely completewordsWidow Waltz Fine Linen Paper and Envelopes only 25 cents a box ellttlll PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Goodr Stoves X Geo D 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