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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 4 1905 NO 36 If HUBBLE 4Jaynes 11 Weaver Is arranging to build a dwelling on tho faun he bought of Jnmca Wilmot George Wilder sold a bay mare to Mw John Whlto for 115 M Miller sold a black horto to W S S oonamoro for 100 rt Mrs Mannlo Hansel of Mt Ver non has returned to her hove after a tow days visit to her parents Mr and Mm Ed Millar Have Sjwonainoro sold a lot of fat hogs to Sweeney Morgan at JJc G A Swinebr ad Is tho first to threah wheat in this community churchliurlay night July 8th rot the btmefi- toftho church Como and give them RI lift and got cooled out Mrs Eliza Harris fell from nMoplad der white hanging some curtains a tow days ago and has been slightly crippled t up D G Sxx namor lit confined to A 1 his room with rheumatism Thursday as Ieo Austins threshing machine camo through covered bridge on Dlx river the sparks caused train- burning wood Instead of coal set fire roof and came near burning 4t tidown The flames were extinguished by some men living close by after about onefourth of tho roof was do 1elroyei A friend asks us to describe for his and the general publics sake the con dl lon of a man who Is suffering with that most terrible of diMordcre tho political hydrophobia The disease first manifests itself In a desire to hold office tho symptoms become more and more acute ns the desire becomes more Intense and the patient begins to resort to all sorts of means and methods that1sing In his object ho death and goes hence unwept un honored and unhung It is a bad dis- ease to catch Shun it like the small pox yellow fever or choleraKen tucky State Journal Cholera Tnlantum Child not expected to Uvo froth ont hour to another but cured by Chum borlaln Colic Cholera and Dlar I rhooa Remedy Until the little daughter of K N Dewey Agnewville Va was seriously of cholera Infnnum Ian Hummcr We gave her up and did not expect her to live from one hour to another ho says I happened to think of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of It from the store In live hours I saw t a change for tho better Wo kept on f giving It and before nho had taken the half Of ono small bottle sho was well Tills remedy Is for sale by Lyno llrosy Crab Orchard Ky The royal saddle room atSandringham is a veritable sporting museum In addition to a magnificent assortment of curious saddles from all parts of the world many of them being elaborate presentation saddles of great value there arc the gold and silvermounted hoofs of favorite racers more than sets of richly ornamented harness and a valuable collection of sporting pic tures These include paintings of dogs and horses by Turner and Herring the famous animal painters Punch and Vanity Fair turf cartoons of his maj city when Prince of Wales hang on the walls Amazing It is amazing how many mothers will give their children medicines con taming violent and dangerous drugs for bowel and stotrfach disorders when better results with absolute safety can bo obtained by tho use of a pure pleasant harmless remedy like Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pcp slim Try It at once Sold by G L Penn Stanford C W Adams Hus tonvlllo at SAc and 81 Money back If It falls f OLD POINT COMFORT AND TilE SKA flIIOREC 0 Route Friday July 14 12 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Morehead Trains leave Lexington at 1120 A and 845 p M Tickets will bo good returning until July 23 Engage sleeping car space now Enquire of your agent for full partic ulars or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky Waltons State Journal is fulfilling Its mission as a State paper to the pride and delight of everybody here The same energy snap vim and fidelity to- homo and tho democratic party Inaction that characterized Waltons for mer newspaper ventures is exhibited in this his latest and best enterprise Somerset JournalS In New England 100 years ago it was by no means uncommon for people to provide their coffins long before their death and keep them in their houses where they could see them every day rft ff t 1 m Here and There Guy Vaughan thcautomobillst drove 1000 miles in 24 hours 31 minutes and 20 seconds Claude Slater assistant cashier of the First National Bank of Sturgis is mysteriously missing Leonard Johnson 16 years old was shot and killed at Knoxville Tenn by Rogers Powell a playmate Mrs May Jay nod Mary Woodling white women were murdered In their rooms In tho tenderloin district of Scranton Pa Elijah Westmoreland young farm er Is under arrest ntWickUlfo charged with tho murder of his thrcefjSold BteKliuiKhtcr S August Otto aged 03 of Cleveland 0 confessed that ho killed hit wife because she was an Invalid and he had grown tired of supporting her William Conrad tho Louisville barber who hurt been mysteriously missing from come since June 1C was found in the gutter In Cincinnati with over 81 JOb In his jK ckotH Near Leslie Go a Negro named lucks shot and killed his wife his motherinlaw mill another woman Ho then shot and probably fatally wounded four other Negroes United States Circuit Judge Cocli vane of tho Eastern Kentucky district next Friday morning at Covington will announce his decision on the motion of Caleb Powers attorneys for a transfer of tho Powers case from the civil courts to the Federal Court The Isthmian Canal Commission delegated Messrs Halnc and Hcrrod of the commission to go to Panama and make n careful inspection of the con dition of the canal work It is probable that Chairman Shonts and Mr Stevens tho new chief engineer will accompany them T D Underwood former County At torney of Barren county who is said to have left the State some time ago to escape prosecution In connection with liquor law violations has been arrested at Sprlngtown I T nnd is in jail pending the arrival of n requisition from Kentucky Seventeen Indictments against men prominently identified with the beef packing industry were returned by the Federal grand jury in Chicago Satur day Among the defendants are the Armours and IxmU F Swift president of Swift Co Violations of the Sher man antitrust law are the basis of tho charges it being alleged that various conspiracies In restraint of trade were entered into by the defendants MATRIMONIAL 1otchcr Lusby nnd Miss Sallie Luck ens of lcxngton were married last week Tho bride is a twin sister of Lusbys first wife VUr and Mrs Gines E Galccran an unco ho marriage of their daughter Virginia to Mr Foster Baync McAlis ter Wednesday Juno 28th 1905 Jack son Mississippi rends a handsome in vitation received at this office The groom is a son of Mr J It McAlister formerly of this place but now of Way Miss Asthma Sufferers Should Know This Foloys Honey and Tar has eared ninny vases of asthma that were con sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph Hues log jOl West Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe cold contract ed 12 years ago was neglected until It finally grew Into asthma Tho best inodlcul skill available could not give mo more than temporary relief Fo loys Honey and Tar was recommend ed and ono cent bottle entirely cur ed mo of asthma which had been grow ing on mo for 12 years If I had ta ken it at tho start I would have been saved years of suffering Certain young ladles near Pittsburg Pa seem to have taken hold of the right end of the cigarette problem Girls whose word is law In their own seta have declared they will have no cigarettesmoking boys for their callers Sensible girls Somerset Journal Splitting Headache Can bo often relieved by a nerve soda live but the sclentltlu way of treating u headache Is to go right down to tho real cause or root of tho trouble and cure It with Dr Caldwolls Syrup Pep sin It Is tho only perfect cure for headache illrlness constipation and is free from tho dangerous after of tots which so frequently follow the use of headache powders Try It Sold by G L Stanford C W Ad ams Hustonvllio ot60c and SI Mon ey back If It falls Tho candidate who pays as he goes holds his friends but theone that keeps the printer waiting leaves a bad tast in the mouth of every one who finds out Pine ville Herald Davis Huffman aged 84 is dead in Danville NEWS NOTES John W Dawson ono of Nelson countys oldest merchants is dead at Nowr Haven Three persons met death by drown ing while attempting to cross a small stream at Scottsboro Ala Tho captain of the Russian battleship Czarovltch committed suicide on learn ing of Rojestvenakys defeat The Vigo county National Bank at Terre Haute Ind after a rUn of several days has closed its floors A general derntalof serious allega tions against the Boston and Montana Copper Co is made its counsel The Lawrenceburg Flour Mills owned by J II Chatham Co and val ued at 25000 were destroyed by firo John D Rockefeller lies given 10 mil lion dollar to the General Education Board as on endowment for higher ed ucation In tho Uultcd States Policeman W A Baker oC Decatur Ala was shot and killed by Percy Couch a wellknown young man whom tho officer was attempting to arrest A majority of the national banks of Kentucky are paying taxes as assessed by tho State Hoard despite the fact that several banks of this class have begun injunction proceedings A Russian sailor brained one of his superior officers with a hammer saying that it was such men as the officer who were to blame for tho Russian naval disaster on the Sea of Japan The Norway War Department denies the report that Norwegian troops are being mobilized for a conflict with Swe den The troops It is said are merely undergoing their usual training Mayor Edward F Dunnes plan for the immediate ownership of 245 miles of street railway by the cljy of Chicago will be submitted to the City Council at n special meeting to be held next Thursday Capt Sigsbee and the American squadron sent on the expedition to re ceive Paul Jones body arrived at Cher bourg and landed amidst ceremonies of impressive character The quays were Until with people to witness the arrival of the Americans- A Maysville dispatch says Mrs Holt Kendall was found dead lying in her roOm on the floor of her house by her husband upon his return from work She died from paralysis Mrs Mary E Rogers was found dead in her bed She was subject to heart disease The treasury deficit for the fiscal year ending June 30 is approximately 24600000 Tho last report of tho Secretory of the Treasury estimated the deficit at 18000000 which is 6500000 below the actual figures The receipts for the year have been about 2000000 in excess of the Sec retarys estimate John F Wallace gave out a statement In New York in reply to Secretary Tafts official version of Wallaces resignation as chief engineer of the Panama Canal Commission Mr Wallace says the primary causes which led to his resignation wero underlying and fundamental and he resents the charge that his motive in leaving the work was a financial one He refused to discuss his future plans prior to leaving New York for a vacation Eight Negro prisoners In jail at Scottsville this State were in danger of being lynched there Two of them confessed to having raided and set lire to stores and they implicated the other six as receivers of the stolen goods The fire caused a loss of 20000 or f5 000 with little Insurance A mob form ed as soon as the confession was made public nnd officers barricaded tho jail while preachers and other citizens plead ed that the law bo allowed to take Its courseSecretary Taft has issued the promised statement relative to the resigna tion of Chief Engineer Wallace of tho Isthmian Canal Commission Wallace resigned according to the Secretary for mere lucre In tho interview in New York Wallace told the Secrete that he had received an offer certain interests in New York at salary of 60000 a year which ho concluded to accept Before the interview closed the Secretary read Wallace a severe lecture on what he con ceived to be the latters dereliction in duty and obtuseness to the demands obligations which he had assumed wit the acceptance of the position of Chief Engineer Chamberlains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The Best In Existence T M Wood manager of the White County News Beebe Ark Is a repre sentative southern business man wli docs not hesitate in expressing his good opinion of a well known remedy Ho says It gives mo pleasure to ftC ommend Chamberlains Colic Chole ra and Diarrhoea Remedy Navin withetho best results In fact I believe It to bo tho best remedy of tho kind In ex istence Sold by Lyno Bras Crab Orchard Ky HUSTONVILLE George Jadberry nnd wife of Phil are visiting in New Mexico Mrs Sudio Warder and handsome daughter Louise of Maysville are visiting the family of Charles Wheeler at the Emporium Flats D M Lipps Co are treating their entire mill property and elevator to a full coat of paint making a wonderful improvement in the appearance Rev Joe Hopper will begin a meet ing nt the Presbyterian church Friday night and will continue overSunday on which day they will hold communion L Carpenter has some splendid Angus calves nnd several thoroughbred Southdown yearling buck sheep by an Imported buck that he wants to dispose of Call on him quick A magnificent 330adrc farm of first class land with elegant improvements and desirably located two miles from town Possession given this fall Address or call on W R Williams Mrs Matthew Wade of the Richards Schoolhouse section died Wednesday of a complication of diseases and was buried Thursday in the Bastin graveyard In tho presence of n large number of sorrowing friends L C Dunn of the Mt Salem vicin ity has rented a building on Main Street and will In the near future open a firstclass meat market During the early winter months he will slaughter u large number of hogs and pack them in tho most approved manner for tho mar ket T 1 Carpenter has returned from the East where he sold three colts and two fillies at an average of 6SO The best colt he sold brought 1600 and the next 1100 His sales were the best made up to the time he left there and his colts were greatly admired by the best judges of thoroughbreds in Amer ica Miss Sallie eldest daughter of the late Cnpt Clint Jenkins was burled here Friday after short services by Rev G W Mills at the cemetery A large procession followed the remains from Junction City and this place where she was raised had belqved by many Her aged mother has the sympathy of this entire community Miss Elizabeth Moores who has been visiting Mrs Barnett has left for To ronto Canada Master Richard Ed dlcman of Louisville is visiting little Edith May Barnett Miss Edna Kizer of Homo City 0 is with Miss Melle Hopper K G Martin one of the most efficient teachers in the county will be Kin his school at Richards Schoolhouse July 10 George L Penny and W S Burch of Stanford J C Hemphill of Lancaster John F Shaw Carthage Tenn H L Zanone New Albany Ind II B Holmes of New Orleans Judge W C Bell of Harrodsburg George Gilmore of Lebanon C L Holmes AnthonylIunnmany patrons of Hotel Weatherford last Wonderful Courage Is displayed by many a pour Inva lid crushed under the weight of chron ic troubles like constipation bilious ness neuralgia headache stomach trouble etc limit such suffering though brave Is quite unnecessary for Dr Calihvells laxutlveSyrup Pepsin will surely cure all the o diseases drive away all the unpleasant symptoms and restore every invalid to health Try It Sold by G L Penny Stan ford C W Adams Hustonvlllc at COo and Money back if It falls CHURCH MATTERS Rev O M Huey la holding a tracted meeting at White Oak Schoolhouse preaching each night observant Georgia editor has dis covered that the churches are all built too largo for meetings and too small for weddings More than 2 000 Louisville homes are without 8Ib es according to an an anmCryIIs prob ably wrong with Its stomach or other digestive organs and no time should be lost In giving it a small dose of Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pep laxativhe and should always be kept In the house It contains no Injurious in gradients and can do nothing but good Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Hustonvllio at 600 and el Money back If It fails MrsoWhat was tho matter with it grocerIt simply wouldnt eat the biscuits I made 1LWhen you want u pleasant laxative that Is easy to take and certain to act use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky 1 YOURE INVITED 1 To pay my Store a lengthy call that you may inspect the many new upto unto desirable good things I have so carefully bought for this seas rna sell ing Coma in look examine compare and price You can buy if you like My goods are nil fur sale but you are welcome if you only look and price Meng suits in black thihcU for dress wear fancy Cassimerca and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wearS5 to 815 Young miens suits in allstylesS3 to 8750 buys knee pants suits in all stylesS1 to 8350 The famous nest Shirt on earth for 50c Regent Best Shirt for 81 All America Shoos saiOaud 84 Also u complete line of Shoes Hats Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goodss Good goods at small prices SAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Twine Machine Oil Champion Binders Mowers and Hay Rakes i i W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY The Gibraltcr of Rockcastlc County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People a Safe and Conservative Banking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited II Give us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay 3 percent interest on all deposits of 8100 8r more when left in the bank and not checked upon for a period ofsix months J W HUTCHESON Cashier fo Hot Weather Now is the time that everykthins needs water I can put you in a pump that will from the bottom of the earth with more ease than any pump made Tin roofing last longer than any roof and costs very little more See me about any kind of metal work W S H ALDRIDGE IiPhone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky All parties indebted to mo are expected to settle promptly JULY THE 1ST fThis notice gives you ample time to arrange for settlement on or before that date Itemized account may be seen at the store Will N Craig M Dt Pharmacist i Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky W E Perkins Store IIs Headquarters for Fountain Shirts nt 81 to 8150jfnothing better for the Famous Shirts 50c Have no equal atthe price 0nsteiu Rices neckwear uptodate stuff Cfenetl Pcabodys Col lars and Cuffs They len jin quality and style TW E Perkinsi Crab Orchard xy tr The Interior Journal E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For Kepreivnlutlvc J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARREN t For County Attorney ftWS BURCH For Sheriff f JEFF HILL SR q For County Clerk GEORGE COOPER F For Assessor I W A CARSON it t For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer 14w HERRIN Tim Bible is the most widely distrib kt utetl book in the world At the annual r meeting of the British and Foreign Bit ble Society the secretary gave a most interesting account of the societys gigantic work during the past year Nearly 6000000 copies of the Scriptures t were issued showing an increase of 160000 over the previou year The to tal issue sino the inception bf the so ciety has reached the colossal figures of 192000000 The list now includes the complete Bible in 100 languages the New Testament In 94 and at least one book of Scriptures in 196 more Some 350000 copies of the Russian and Ja panese Scriptures have been distribut ed among the belligerents in the far 4 East ACCORDING to the weather man the month that begun Saturday has had an average temperature of 79 since the establishment to the Weather Bureau 33 years ago The warmest month in that time was in 1901 with an average of 84 degrees the coldest 1891 which averaged 74 The hottest July day was the 24th 1901 when the mercury climbed 107 degrees July 1 1885 and the 31st 1895 were the coldest registering 51 With these tstatistics you can figure on what this July will give us and most likely miss it a mile a Tim death of Secretary of State Jno Hay was a shock to the country at large His death occurred at Newbury N IL and while he had been ill sometime the end came suddenly The buria will occur at Cleveland 0 tomorrow Gov BECKIIAM accepted the resigna tion of J Sherman Cooper county judge of Pulaski and appointed lion Ben V Smith to succeed him Pulaski now has a democratic judge for which let us all join in and give thanks JAPAN is going along just as if she had no war on her hands The Bald win Locomotive Works is making first shipment of an order for 150 locomo tt tives to that country It is hard to 4down the little yellow Yankees RODEnT LOCK agedI02 yearn was run over and killed by a train near i Knoxville There is no telling how long ho would have lived had be not been cut down in his prime of life l i POLITICAL r Charles J Bonaparte of Maryland f was sworn in as Secretary of the Navy Saturday Charles A Bookwaltcr was nominat ed for Mayor by the Republicans of In dianapolis his major ity being about 2 r 000 We have added the claims of Black burn aud Paynter together and find that there will be 150 democrats in the Leg f islature Carlisle Mercury p The President has appointed Charles E Magoon Uuited States Minister at Panama Judge Magoon is Governor I of the canal zone In Panama and will hereafter discharge the duties of both officesPresident Roosevelt has issued a proc f lamation on the death of John Hay Secretary of State ordering flags at half mast and directing that govern muntbuslnesa in Washington be BUS vCndetl Wednesday the day of the fu neral I Secretary Taft anti his party left r Washington Friday afternoon on their journey to the Philippine Islands The party will spend four days in San Fran cisco which will be reached July 4t Three months are to be consumed the t entire journey to the Philippines and return Goy Beckham appointed Mrs Solo r mon L VanMeter of Lexington and Mrs Robert Stout of Versailles us members of the board of trustees of theIa Kentucky School of Reform They suet ceed Mrs William Cheatham of Louis rvile and Mrs T J Cassell of Lexing ff ton resignedIi The supreme court of Illinoii has deI dared the voting machine to be consti r t tlotial and elections at which ma chines are used to be valid Thats nothing They vote phonies dead men and whatnots down in District of this State and whether they are val id or not they countKentucky State l Journal f r ill J IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES In the Pulaski circuit court there are now pending 825 cases of which 150 arc ordinary 206 equity and 4C9 Cum monwealthIn portion of Pulaski count known as west of Fishing creek John II Younjf shot and killed Eliahi Brown The motive of the attack is far a mystery The L and N granted reduction of 25 per cent in freight rate on bricl from Louisville to Berea Corbin and Williamsburg after hearing by State Railroad Commission Fount Randall a prominent farmer was shot and killed by his tenant Roscoe Pingncar hopville Pulaski county Randall was at Pings home when a quarrel arose between the men A shotgun was used Charles N Provence was appointed clerk of tho Laurel county court by County Judge B G Reams at the request of Hon F P Elliott who resigned to accept an appointment as del uty collector of his district during Mr Elliotts term Suit has been filed against F P Elliott County Court Clerk of Laurel by W A Pugh Und J W Ilastin citizens of Pittsburg enjoining him from issuing wholesale licenses to the Jung Brewing Company and the Pinacle Brewing Company at that place Their licenses expired Friday The residence of Robert Benge father of Tilford Benge sentenced to the penitentiary a month ago for killing Representative J J C Howard was burned He lived at Parlerburg- on the line between Clay and Laurel The family and household goods of Tilford Benge had just been moved there and all his goods were lost The loss is estimated at 1700 Incen diarism is suspected LANCASTER The amphitheater the secretarys office and all the carpenter work at the fair grounds has been finished and everything is in readiness for the fair Mr Robert Walter will entertair this evening in honor of Miss Algelinc Chestnut and Misses Hudson of Danville About 150 invitations have been issuedJ Cress sold 30 hogs last week at 4Jc Hutchins Rogers bought a horse from John Rigaby for 100 G W Evans sold 100 barrels of corn to B D Holtzclaw at 250 Mike Forbes bought a horse from Cecil Broadus foi 150 Thomas Stapp bought of B Ray a cow and calf for 38 Sim Wheelci bought a three year old mare for 110 Miss Eliza Anderson is the guest of relatives at this place Miss Olivia Sweeney will leave the early part of the week for a months visit in Balti moreMd Miss Mae Bodine ol Bloomfield is with Miss Louise Farris for several weeks Mrs W It Coool has her guest Miss Mary Hays Letchei of Danville Ky Mrs S P Grant and daughter Miss Leila have return ed to Danville after a few days with Mrs Harriet Price M F Elkin and Archie Elkin of Lexington have been with T S Elkin Mrs Sam Haselden has returned from a visit to relatives in Nicholasville Dr Ross Burnside has returned to his home in Barbourville Dr James Staunton of Covington is the guest of Miss Bes sic Markabury Miss Louise Kauffman is home from St Louis for summer va cation Jesse Arnold has gone to Chi cago to accept a position with the Uni versal Fiber Company Mr and Mrs Ben Letcher of New York City are visiting Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor In the belief that the questions had been secured in advance the Board pf Examiners of Cumberland county has declared null and void the recent examination of colored applicants for po itions as teachers Gustave A Kihn a German who committed suicide at Hollistcr Calasked hat his heart be cut1out and placed on the outsidoof The doctor performing the service is to be paid 50000 Marcus Steenberger of Tracey Barren county becoming suddenly insane killed his wife by rushIng her skull and cut hfci own throat with a razor FIvepersons were injured and 25 given a shaking up in a collision at Chicago between a trolley car and a picnic omnibus John J Weathers one of the best known men of Elkton died at Madison villa The First TopekaIKan failed to open Miss Lillian Coleman aged 25 is dead in Mercer Will Interest Many Every pOIson should know that ood health Is Impossible if the kidneys are deranged Foleys Kidney Cure will cure kidney and bladder dl use In every form and will build up and strengthen these organs so they will erform their functions properly Nodal er of Brlghts disease or diabe tes If Foloys Kidney Cure is taken in time Pennys Drug Store I One day its cool the next its hot The next to freeze incUgedI We have all kinds of weather but A satisfactory kind I I WE are shoeing horses at 60c cash Brent 4 Peck Cedar CreekI r- I Additional Local MORE or less rain has fallen each da for week PLEASE call at my office and pay you bill If I should not be there pay Di Pennington R A Jones D D S I Tim Graded School team defeated the Grafters eight to five at base balf Friday afternoon A large crowd was present COMJJON school district No 48 near Cedar Creek wants a teacher Apply to P H Cormney chairman board of trustees Stanford IN the case of G T Wood agains G A Swincbroad tried at a specie term at Danvillu yesterday the former won The contention was about rentITim young gentlemen of town gac a very delightful hay ride last nigh to the young lalies Mr Will Embr and Miss Susan Fisher Woods chap eroned the party FOR RrNT25or 30 unfurnlaht rooms at Green Briar Springs for rent cheap For information call at the premises or address J Booth Sutton Crab Orchard Ky DURING the quarter ending JuneSOth the rural route carriers from Stanfon handled 16408 pieces of mall sold Gg03 worth of stamps Issued 41 money or ders and registered 13 totters YOUK attention is called to the state ments of the five Lincoln county bank which appear in this issue The state ment of the First State Bank Junc tion City will also be found JULY 1st has come and gone I and you have not paid for your lNTFni6n JOURNAL yet Our collector will call on yot in it day or two Be prepared to pay him or if you get a statement give It prompt attention As trustee of John Bright Sr I wil at p it Jnly 10 1905 county cour day sell at public outcry in front of the court house door two tracts ofknob lam on Neals Creek each containing 21 acres The sale will be made subject to contingent right of dower of Mrs Bright J B Paxton TilE entertainment at Abraham Schoolhouse given by Mrs W D New land was a decided success Each and every one deserves special mention Montgomery Miss Lillie Gar ner and Miss Ella Smith did their part with ease and grace The children did fine It was all much enjoyed each and every oneo writes asubscrib er who was present- QUMttEILY KEIOKTUKTtiE lItHE CIHJ BMMMHR GO m the close of butlneni on June 30tb 1903 RESOURCES Loans inS DlseountsUUftl s Overdrafts Mcure1 OvcrJralts unsecurJIZrDue troo National Banks svtJ 13 Due Iron SUIt Hacks Unkerl S 0000Due from Trust Companies f 0000 00 Hulking House asS gs Other Real Estate 00001 Mortgages 0000 USbonis oUO 00 Other Stocks anJ Bonlt oooo 00 ni 61 turrtncy VSII ou 35l Exchange for Clearings 21 Other Items carrle4 as Cash Furniture ani Fixtures j Y 00 Hun J to TaxesiCunentixeneLntQuater IJ iW il how 111Glver LIAflIL- TltCapitalStockpatJlnIncbbijto 00 jto oc UnJIvUed Protit1416 4i Due Depositors as follow ivii Deposits subject to check on which Interest s not JI WJ Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is paU ooooo DemanJ ceitlficates of deposits on which Inter is It pt 1 ootoooo TIme certificates of deposits on which Interest If paid ooooo oa Savings deposits on which In Itrestls raid on coo oo rtltied Checks oo ooo 00 I WttU 27 Jue National Banks mom ue State Hanks and Bankers oo coo ue Trust Companies ooooo oo ooooo oo ashlers Checks outstanding 00 000 00 tills re dlscouated ooooo Inpald dividends coo on axes due aol unpaid 00 000 00 rapltal stock not paid 000 SUPPLEMENTARY Ughest amount of Indebtedness of any tockhoUer person company or firm In ludlng In the liability of the company or lirm the liability of lb Individual mem ers thereof directly or Indirectly It such idebtedness exceeds to per cent of cap ltal stock actually paid In and actual mount of surplus 0 the bank sooo 00 How Is Indebtedness stated In above Item I secured Mortgage on 8000 farm ink stock and good person tl security See Sec j8j Ky Statutes Ighest amount ot Indebtedness of any dlreclor or officer amount of such In tbtedness exceeds 10 per cent 01 paid up Capital stock of bank None See Sec j8j Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness ot any I non company or firm Including In the iblllly of the company or firm the Habit of the individual members thereof eeJ per cent of pldup capital ant aclua surplus No If so state amoun of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Junttutu isoWere all expenses losses Interest id taxes deducted therefrom before de clalnr dividend ant was not less than rer cent ot net profits of the bank for the ItrloJ covrelS by the dlvlJenJ carried to Ihesurplus funS before said dlvldendwas JreLtred Yes Jiwo to surplus bee Sec joi Kentucky Statutes flil101 STATE OF KENTUCKY ss mnty of LincolnS Win Mason Morris Cashier of Crab Orchard Flank business In wnuirabOrcIiardInnal4couuty being duly sworn ys the foregoing report Is In all respects a true state mnl of the condition of saLt nk at the close of illness on the 30tn day of June too to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the buslnen ot said Bank has been transacted at the loctlon named ant not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice r- eclvJ from the Secretary of State designating the 3Ob day of Junfy 190 as the day on which such rIOlh1I boned and sworn to before by Wm Mason Morris the day of June too j JOHN Notary Public In sni for Lincoln county commission ex res Feb 16 1006 Wet Mason Mvrrlt Cashier feitiiUorer Joha W Holmes W E Perkins rectors ARE YOU EASY tIIIIII I In your Shoes Are your feet hurting you If so then you are very uncomfortable This is not always due to the same cause You can get your shoes too skmall too large too short or too narrow or not the right shape for your foot and this causes untold suffering If you will come to us and give us time to fit your foot we will save you a greatdeal of unnecessary pain and worry In foot wear we have almost anything you want Patent leather shoes high and low cuts for men boys women and children Tans in high and low cuts for men women and children The old ladies house or common sense slipperwide toe and low heelssame in mens A thing of comfort if not of beauty l White canvas low shoes in ladies misses and childrens sizes Infants childrens and misses barefoot sandals In heavy shoes for rough ser vice we have almost everything from a dollar Bro gan up I + 1111I I IH J MROBERTS STANFORD I JI I FORJSALE I MWnI 1iiro liml llrkiJilrf lu Mnn l AlMi lilyti gniili ytnrllng Ducks J lilllrptntrIII1100II Ky FOR SALE IjVltv khrlnkrr tIn lntiiler tiliirkimlth blower nxl IZUlIIImortlllulJ mlllllll rul lxr tln ttinehlnr niul othr luolo- top nitmvruiit to inrntlim cm on or nil ISllIolt No tt MnywcHxl Ky NOTICE ir on owiil v tnt of tlm Intr 1111bHnri colts tRI trntttl tiy T F GROSS IrvnchrYllleKy thw wvllkiiuwn ea trntnr of boric niul liorntf doctor Kntls faction guts nteid NOTICE Lincoln Circuit Court MH liHiiRlimiiiimtinr liii lit vs las K tiininiln iiiliiirrt IVtvixlitiitn No- tlCf All IHTMIHH Inivlnu rliilnu hi 11 tiiti uf mum t iHliiKlvton ilWviiMil wil- lIlftIUt llitin to mi Iwloru Oct IllId vrly prorit rinlm not HUnl thtit Oust WIll hot 1lIlImtI FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J II tlvnliriiH formerly of Lincoln county will mil on fnrntcri mill cltlzoim with n full lino of llrctclmK fruit orniitiKtitnl niul clintti trii Th linn of Drown lIme Co of ItnclifvttT N V nell tht rrcotnUi llciilir In UiUllnvIn Flits coun tr All JJ1k Blxolutwly trtti to iminu Rll- dIIllIInlllt1 liy n catch niiltnl of ovir lllifIJI with ncrtk unilir iictunl ntiriwry cultIvatIon OlVf him n trlnl lli will U In Jloylf Onrriiril Miull on niul Lincoln during thu followliiK fvw wit k McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McKinnoy 2y JlovlMK u ht tilt McKlnmy Itollvr Mill and secured tjiuHrvlvmof Ir W 1lIud cloriir tilt I fwlwiirrnnt ctl In ollirlnit to tho public n null ccoml to none In grindIng or of tiny kllnl Tho innclilncry in In n uilr niul tho tiro duct of It second to lion In thin MC lion Oiutoin urlndlim n nixciiiity I will IIM keep on hiind asl of nil which I will nt tho lot innrkot prlco liny Vvftl Ktciilwiiyiln totfk I wunt to buy your wtunt niul ixiy you hit hlgliot cnkh nrlco for I- tJHMUItllIY McKlnnoy Ky SALE OF STOCKS ANDJBONDS The iHrnonnl rcprisinliithvn of J Huh will lit IJII toIII Hnttir dn July lun In front of tin court IIOIIM III Uinciuter Ky hI1I nt nItirvt 01 cupl till ntoek if lIlIounllllllllof Idincimtort ui ulninii of lock of citlzunn National of Uincnntcr M rhiirvii of tock of srltifit MrclinnlCn lbs Ilk of toluinlUr tin 15 tlinrcn of stock of fourth Nil 110 lits Ilk of Loliiniliin III a Ixiniln XoMfiiind ttpnr lIhmSIInclll of Uincii tor Water Works Co MKH A X W lloniNKiix Kxvcntrtx JO Iloni tiox Kxicutor THE VERDICT I a winslow screifl RIUI scrw1 liiKliiuu Kluinu Wlckllu ill Htovtn J ncu Uurtnllis HhndcK 1oliH Kxtiiulon llriick hugs Miittlntin itirtlorriH fJurtnln Htrutclttrs llrpllt Strutciturs Hcrtib llriulic to rmnovo wnttr to front floor by nictton tliirimt niul IliilldliiK Iapvr floors r Pitlute Varnish YnlntCdrlbUIIIIIIIII11I1I Old amo oiiiitYilnR we do not kcop Oowl Ltv f horsed and hUKltles nml feed Siwllont undertaking i iulpmentI- Meiity liorfcc and feed Tiring lone Pruitt BrothersMoreland Ky it J Pkltoo Shanks W Walker Carter Foster IIrlJbtIt Shanks Experience Teaches Experience tu said keeps a dear school the tuition comes high but the learned herein arc never forgotten Tho wise however nro willing to profit liy the of When the palatcrman tells you that Mastic Mixed PaintTha Ktntl Ttimt Lmmtm Is mixed letter than he can mix points by hand that jthey are pure sure anti tumble that they give tho best possible results in beauty and finish and will not crack Peel or chalk oil IN sis tht voice sipnlsncstlie lesion taught It buy Mastic Mlied paint save money JlinufacturoJ V- yPESLEEOAULnEKT CO INCORPOItlTED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY jroll SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE First National BIcyanCapital StocK 950000s Thin Institution was orIginally established a the Deposit flank of SUnrori In 1691 then reorganized at the National Hank of Stanford In 165 and again reorcunlied the Pint National liaik of Stanford In 1182 having bad practically an uninterrupted exIstence for 13 year It li better supplied now with facllltle for transact log builncM promptly and well than ever before In Iti long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car partitions Solicited Directors 1 B J B Owiley H O Oeo W J II L 0 GoocJi WHUummlni W II p lessons experience others at to tame such t S to their of goods They Want n share of our will gut It if at low prices Is what live u cull 1B Presl BT HAKRI V Ire J J McHOBKKTH Obr W II WKAItKNA F Reid T harris J S Hooker Stanford K L Tanner UcKlnney M U Elmore II lUuehraan T P Hill Stanford Ji Hubble J II J M Petttu Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford The Farmer flank tt Trust Company and under contlnuoulyfor YOUR BANK business will prove mutually J Murphy Son Hcdgcville Kentucky Ilnvltuyou prices Inupcct stock patronage and good goods you want them IKyOfficers nOOKEK C- hrDirectors DanTllle Stanford Stanford Stanford Robinson Ilauebman Stanford LINCOLN 1CAPITAl4 Successors SOLICIT ACCOUNT Hoping relations beneficial I Officers s H BDANksPrestdenk J B Puxtoni Vlce President W M BKIoilT Cashier Wi O WALKKK Asst Cashier McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky JllnnnlllUlnnkclll1hl workllllowlnKtheCall or write for prices and Information Agents wanted t k I at t ir 5rj JA t lie LilIliflht colors liferI flo nod 5c Calicoes allcolorsla Do Sin Island Cotton J8 iiitlicH 01c 10o Long Cloth iincet Blench Got on 7c- 10c Lawn nil colors Oc 150 Rfd 25c I awns lie ftOo Mohniw 8lc l 7fic Table Uuen I8c V 2fic line OrgandieIToSPerhaps what you want is on the Keiimnnt Counter if it is its cheap SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ISrA4ro1u KY Irtv a 1005 to and to phy slclan demands the boat materials an most careful iorvlco in preparing hi prescriptions That is the way pre scriptions are filled at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss MARY McKoiiBRia w ith Cor bin friends MR AND Mus J It UEAZLBY drove to Somerset Saturday JUUUS VosGKUKNKJAN of Nlcholas vlllc waa here Saturday Miss LUCY HAIL hats returned from a visit to friends at Frankfort Miss SAID BAUOII IAN is visiting the Misses Thompson at Mt Vernon MR It GENTRY was over from Frankfort Saturday and Sunday Miss HAIMK DUFF of Glasgow is the guest of the Misses Menefee bass MAUII liARHEit of Richmond is the guest of Mrs W Shanks MIss SuuK ZANONK of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs U S Traylor r MESSRS A C DUNN and W S Dry e J attended court at Richmond yesterday MRS FANNIE HKIMKTETTKR of Leitchileld is with Mrs C W Lovell Miss SALLIE ROWAN LOGAN return cd from Wilmorc with Miss Sara Dunn MR J L DUNCAN of Toledo 0 ban joined his wifo at Eld Joseph IM lous IIUf Y of Boone countyI was of Mosars Lloyd Hucy MR FlUNK LKB and friend Mr Fulkcrson both of Mtddlesboro were here Sunday HonrRT L COFFEY of Lebanon Junction spent Sunday with his parents hero Cou 1 W Tniiinu of Richmond spent Sunday with his sister Mrs P P Nunnellcy JT Mn ERNEST T CARTKR wife and baby of Evans villc Ind are herewith the homefolksO- WSUEY NKWLANU of Handloy W Va Is with his parents Mr and Mrs 1 0 P Newland Joe LYNN COFFEY went to Somerec j yesterday to help the boys there defN the Steams base ball team MICSKS BESSIE AND MARY LEBLKAR of Lancaster are the guests of thei aunt Mrs James A Ducldornr- MR W P WALTON of the Frank fort Jonrnul spent Sunday with his r wife and children at lion J S OWlI leys MISSES PSSIB HUUCII and Minnie I Hupley and Prof L C UOIIl y went to Knoxville Saturday to attend Summer School Miss BESSIB YANTI attended thoI party Riven by Miss Bessie May at Lancaster in honor of visitors from Carlisle MRS J M COAKLBY of Campbells vllle and Miss Margaret McHobcrts of Pueblo Col arc guest at Mr George D Hoppers MISSES BESSIE MAr LEAH Irene Romans Alllo Ynntis and Lillle V West of Lancaster will he guests of Mias Bessie D Yantis MASTER T S WEBB JR and broth er Rowan Webb are hero from Knox villo with their grandparents Juelland Mrs M C Saulloy Miss NEIJJE McRonERTS toll Satur day and broke her jawbone in threef places The little sutTcrer wax resting easy at could he expected at Ins nc counts MISSES JIWNIB FARRIS RAILEY of Midway and Josephine Sandidge Millcdgcvlllo who have been the dcJ1 lightful guests of the Misses Englcman have talented to their homescPROP J W IREIANI now of Stan ford who is well and favorably knownU to the Mt Vernon people will bo prea Institute next week nnd con SignalductMR G W EVANS Is spending u few days with his luughu ter Mrs J 1I Hutchings Mrs Wy n Pennyloos returned from LouIsville where she haa been with Miss Lin Lith gowAdvoeatclhas our thanksgraduatess one of the for an Invitation to the commencement exercises of the Hospital College ot no Medicine Louisville which occurred yesterday evening F M ELLIS has taken a position with the Somerset Lumber Co Mrs W Ja Brown is spending the week with rela tivesin Stanford Leslie Carter of cd here on a business Lincoln ly trip Sam Hargis Newell of Morland for a fewdaysSomerset Mountaineera 1 n i l- J i f Miss CATHERINE LYNN Is with rela lives in Danville Miss HELEN SALLEE of Somerset Is with Miss Jennie Lynn sMIss PEARL BURNSIDE went to anon yesterday to be the guest of M Hugh Murrey JOHN HENRY SIIANKS returned to Lebanon yesterday to report for duty as night agent of the L N MRS JAS P THOMPSON returned to her homo at Lebanon Junction accompanied by her mother 11 Milton Warren MESSRS ALBERT AND JULIUS Vow GKUBNKUN of Louisville and Nicho lasvillc respectively were hero wit their brother Fred Von Grucnigan LOCALS MRS McD ROYALTY has our thank- for a lox of delightful plums Caches and apples of her own raising BANK STOCK1will sell 21 shoo of stock In the National Bank of llu tonvillo at oclock Monday July 10 county court day George D Weather ford Hustonville Ky WE are selling cool summer dress goods exquisite design and wear such as silk organdies silk souise stripe linens at 20 per cent discount These goods are only found among dealers that handle high grade mocha disc John P Jones CIRCUIT COURT urnSaturday The jury In the case of It HeynodsI administrator against the brought In a verdict ofI010 Reynolds was killed while in the company employ and his administrator sued for 430000 The jury hung In the case of John B Colley of Columbia against Jno B Rout Mr Coffey paid Mr Rout 200 for a horse which the latter claims proved unsound and he sued for damages Two men were sent to the Ilenl tcntiary during the term Eagle Griffin two years for horse stealing and Thos Evans colored two years for forgery Sheriff Baughman will take them t Frankfort Wednesday A VERY delightful reception was that given Friday evening by Mr Henry Bright Hays Some 75 guests wen and were enter gentlemanrMuses Pearl Burnside Jennie Warren Tevis Carpenter and Susan Fisher Woods assisted Mr Hays In entertain ing mind making his friends feel that it was good to IK with him The homo was prettily decorated white mill bluo being the predominating colors the yard was illuminated with Japanese lan terns and at the pnijwr hour delightful refreshments were served It was a mosf enjoyable occasion and the wee smut hours arrived before the happy t young folks got their consent to take tholr departure wiNO TO JAPAN Miss Stella Lewis ofjtho Turnersville section will sail Sept tilt for Tokio Japan to do missionary work It has been her lifes desire to become n missionary and hav Ing thoroughly fitted herself for the work she is delighted that the time has almost arrived when she can enter pon her duties In a low weeks sho will leave Kentucky for Buffalo Kan where she will visit her motherbo ore taking her final leave On next Sunday evening n farewell service to her will be hold at the Christian church s at Turncrsvillc which will doubtless be largely attended The services will be in nt 730 and a number of preachers other prominent church workers will take part Program of the servi es will appear in our next issue l rUCKtJt1MIJI A Tucker who Vus Miss Josie Stephens daughter of Mr and Mrs JII Stephens of Lcxing ton died at their home Friday and the remains were interred Lancaster Sat rday afternoon Deceased was 26 ears old and left besides her husband- a daughter aged four and a son two May lie Who tempers the wind to the lamb help them bear their great ose Mrs Stephorts was n devout member of the Christian church and having lived u righteous life death held fears for her She was conscious up to the last and frequently expressed her willingness to meet her Maker She had been sick for a long time and was exceedingly patient sufferer Her many friends in this county are sadden by tho announcement of her untlmef death Mr Bi K Wearcn and wife Mrs J W Eubanko andMrs Stephens accompanied tho remains to Lancaster If the Sun Rises On Monday July IJrd our Great Mill End Sale will bo on We Will open our doors to you and invite you to our feast of good things It hurts to see such desirable goods wicrificcd but it hurts stone to entry them over So we have chosen the former nod the knife we used has done Hi work well and it will the gain of every olio needing Dry Goods Notions Shoes or Car pets Dont let this opportunity slip CARDS 25 nicely printed visiting cards for 25c for 33c or 100 for GOc This office andaconsultingro t onz THE famous Saxton Trost bar d will play concerts each day at the Lan caster Fair July 13 14 15 the finest Hydrangeas in Lincoln rncounty apply to M E Pruitt or 1ruitit Bros Moreland Ky Prices from 25c to 10 chalan Apply to Rev George W Mills flu tonville Ky sTile members of the C W B bh a requested to meet in the lecture too of the Christian church at 230 Wednc- day afternoon eamerA M HAVE a selfrake drop machine for cutting oats for sale It is in perfect condition and of the Walter A Wood AdentTUB ladles of the Christian church Hubble will give an ice cream supper July 8th All are invited to come and get n good supper Proceeds for the benefit of the church THE ladies here ask me toextend to you a special invitation to come out Saturday night July 8th and take an ice cream supper on them for your many kindnesses writes J A lIam mond of Hubble TUB cabin in Macksville of Lizzie Owsley occupied by Thomas Mid listen burned yesterday morning to ether with the contents As tho fire originated in tho inside it is believed that a defective flue did the work Mid- I dleton had cooked his breakfast and gone to work THERE will be a game ofbass ball this afternoon at 3 oclock at the Grade ed School grounds between the Graft ers and the Graded School team Tlm game last Friday was culled in the lift inning on account of rain with the scot C to 7 in favor of the school boys The Grafters have strengthened their tcu for the game today and promise to make it warm for the youngsters No ono should miss seeing Jim Mcnefeo play first base Every one is invited to attend and help celebrate the Fourth Admission tree IIED OF HER INJURIES The remains JlbertyVJosustained In a runaway while visiting at Glasgow were brought here Sunday and interred beside those of her moth er An immense crowd attended the funeral which was one of tho saddest in our recollection Miss Montgomery was a beautiful girl of 20 years and only a month ago had graduated with honors from Hamilton College Lexing ton Immediately on her return from college she passel a most satisfactory examination and was given a certificate to teach and had her life not been cut short she would have taught school this yeatcrdahet upherceived her fatal injuries Sho and two lady friends worn driving and when the horse attempted to run she jumped from the vehicle This occurred Friday and she died Saturday Her friends remain injuryEldMr Charles F Montgomery brother of the deceased went to Glasgow and accompanied the remains to this place The popularity of Miss Montgomery was shown by the largo number of her home friends coming from Liberty through the rain to attend her burial They shared tho grief of the father brothers and sisters of the deceased to the fullest extent The funeral was preached by Eld G W Mills of Hus tonville assisted by Eld L M Omer to of the Christian church here The Hus tonville choir very sweetly rendered p several of her favorite hymns at the grave Miss Montgomerys sudden taking away is additional evidence that In the midst of life we are in death and shows the importance of being pre pared as she was to answer the final summons i 1 comput1Ing C It BRAWNER has sold his store at Burgin to John J4Dunn and will likely come lack to Lincoln t TIRE Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co de claret a 10 per cent dividend at a meeting of the directors at Hustonville Friday 81Operawhen a wellknown moving picture show will hold the boards The battle of Port Arthur will bo one of the features Full particulars next issue CARD or THANKS We desire to thank the good people of Crab Orchard as rewell as others for their kindness to us goalmusefamily TilE tax books are ready and f will aytake pleasure in giving you your reo My office is on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse where you will find mo or one of my deputies from 17 aL to 5 P M S Baughman sheriff VJ A SILVER WEDDiNOTwentyfive years ago last Friday at the residence of the brides father the late T at Coffey Mr II F Newland and Miss j Mary Coffey were married by Eld Joe Bllllou This 25th marriage annlver nary was very fittingly celebrated by Mr and Mrs Newland at their home near Walnut Flat Many friends and relatives were present to enjoy their abundant hospitality The union of this happy couple has been blessed with six children one of whom died In infancy The others are Mrs Wm Cummins Clark Newland of Idaho Marshall Misses Blanche and Nell Newland The lives of this exemplary couple have been a benediction They enjoy the respect andconfidence of the community in which they have eo long lived They were remembered by ninny useful and beautiful presents among which was a handsome fruit basket sent by their ab sent son The fond mothers love was beautifully manifested as she pointed out this present from Clark The noon werehwas was decorated with stands of lowers spentmm etc approI priaw prayer service was Revs Jordan and Jones After evok ing many blessings on their hosts the guests very reluctantly took their de parture many thinking that it was one of the most enjoyable occasions of their livesITilt following is clipped from the On Dit column of the CourierJour nal of Friday While time republicans of the State are figuring on whom they will nominate for governor in 1907 they had better not overlook Judge George M Davison of Lincoln countysaid a wellknown republican politician from- lout In the State at the Gait Houac yes terday I am not authorized to speak for Judge Davison nor do I know that he intends to make the race but I do know that his name is being mentioned over tho State and is receiving serious consideration I do know that tho judge cayreer us governor one standpa nominee lie is aligned with no clique or gang but on tho contrary is popular with the Yerkes and anti Yorkes element of tho party and should he get the nomination ho would I believe get the solid support of Mr Yerkes and his friends Judge Davison made an excellent record in Congress and as assis tant district attorney for the Eastern district of Kentucky ho has done his duty He deserves this nomination and I believe he will get it If he goes attar it Yerkes has demonstrated that ho can not win and it is up to him to support some man who has a better chance of landing the plum We have not interviewed Judge Davison on his political plans but if ho has any desire make tho race for governor of Ken tucky he has not advised his home peo le of it Fact is the judge is a gen tleman of lots of hoss sense and realizing ho is on the wrong sido of the political fence to win the gubernatorial plum we opine he would not give 30 cents for the republican nomination Afor that office- Additional Local on Second Page f TwodozeisPearl Buttons for 3ckhour pairs lOc black hose fur 25c v V V r Four pairs 10c black socks for 25o lOc Bottle shoe polish 5c Two papers of pins for 00- Cc Paper Jfccdles for 3c 5inch nil Silk ribbons only lOc 81 waists black and colored The Batiste Cor ct or Batiste Girdle 2iic lust 12 days selling July lard to Ifith The earlier you coino the larger the assortment to select from J iMnJoscrn 1 75 Pairs of Ladies and i Misses Oxfords and StrapSandals at 75c Per Pair Footwear that sold for 125 i to 3 Per Pair Good Qualities and Many Good Styles iThis goods is carried from last seaj son and we desire to close it all out So5 beginning July 1st we shall place I the whole lot of 75 or more pairs on sale at 75c per pairFOR CASH ONLY Do not miss this opportunity to 5 buy nice Footwear at less than ONE J HALF its value 1 CUnniNSMCLARYI Stanford Kentucky 3 THE r M1EABLETOAD JrtCMAlrrIlliIL Hardware Stoves Tin ware Glassware 5 Salt Queens vare Wire Staple and OperahouseStanford We have 10 or 12 Cook Stoves we will close out At cost Conic and see up IPThis wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the r best the market af fords IIW B McRobertsSTANFORD o Soils Ivurfees Ready Mixed Paints Everyigallon Guaranteed There is none better 1V eW Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also Tested did Sure Bed Bug Destroyers t The Interior Journal Enlrred in the Pott 0ffiee at Stafford aI ucondcltjts vmffr rOllbtnllUIt TWKHIIAYH AND lltUJAYS Itr 100 PER YEAR CASH CBTWhen not so paid 200 will be char- geUMBRELLAS Ito corored and repaired and made alma as good as now for a amount I can your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give mEl a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately r house and 10 acres of land iltuat Just ouuido of town limits on the Somers pike Honsu has 7 room kitchen and it pants room Rood cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the one for J P BAILEY INSURANCE t Fire Lightning Wlnd Ntonn Life ni ArclOknt the HTIlONOBWTjjl BK8TCorn slbh It tes ui rnnteod Loua raylngjUe onlUmunllvd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky IlMldcnco Phone JfoSJ R A JONES DentistS- TANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Phoue No1 J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealen In Coal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTEFtSuccessor to Bruce 4 Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable- D pot Street STANFORD KT Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage it toUched Horse on commission Stock Pens In Connection WI1Ha Muellerr Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Latest In Jewelry Oliver OutOld Wnlchii unit Clocks Intltu- ekPEYTON My tine jack Peyton stx y ears old will nmko thu present season or liifi nt mjr stable ut 10111 lid to Insure a llvlni colt 1eytoua coltlllrt Inrgu and ant tna 7 old hut Four ot hlcattaruonmyfarmwhichwillee time I w111 also nt tit lnlllloctllllll my llnu Ck UIAUK II AVK yers Old past 153 Inches lilub He will servo n llmltM numlwof tiiiironnt 13 to Insure living colt Money due when colt U toiled or man traded or pared with Not responsible for Accident or ecnIItS H KINO Mnrulnnd Ky HUSH HONEY DONT GRY I am still agent for The Victor Talking tuuhlhe The Victor U no perfect that It otttn mistaken for the human voice It Is trot IUKa I r fulling source ot delight Uaousnndsa o disappointment to noun To dl lovers of good music Victor Is an nsptriitlon no matter how much entertain neiit lhcr j at homo Tint Victor la always at nil times listen to- halldNorcllt8trIlNIKIIIINlnltrunltnllllmu Ie Ac that thousand to war In crowded resorts there ls no limn to or selections This nudchless- nstruutrntwill recite to ou then I Inter est out If call and see swnpWmuelilitu IIlId hear It nliiy On my store N W or INiipt ftt IIAIbHlllllrord Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there Is eo little difference In the price ol high grade teady made eulti aod alult- made to jout measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring Roods I can make from low price business suit to tbe finest dress InhAllo Spring overcoats and troun en The company I represent U one of tbe best I also bave a goods I lakeupmyiMf for those who prefer it RUPLEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acre ot land a twostory front 7 oom cottage The bouse new A tplen did garden orchard Thurn Is a tare mill on a good crusher and the dam In In good repair and the natural pow er Is reat economy In running the mill Doell a splendid business Everything Is lo good repair has all necessary out bulld log owner only reason for selling I t the rush of other business 11 he has u DStve farming Interests to look after his property lion the Hanging Fork about mile from Stanford and can bought at bargain For farther particulars ad dreM 110 Thurmond Lytle Ky or L B Hughes Stanford Ky vu i J J u1 Traylor DCAtVU IV tfUlskn Brandu Wines Beer Clears Etc KYOlosePrompt and tlitntlon Nothing but tbt bts la Mink Mtll phons cr ttltgrsph order rtcslvt erotaplstttntlon NEW LIVERY STABLE 3 flEE ft CLARESON Iren JUNCTION CITY KY rtrstOlais Turnouts at Reanonable Rate Special to Traveling Men Grain and Ray For SaltI RESTORATIVES CURES I NERVOUS DEBILITY phystrmental ln1 personal magnIIQD We ins tyre or insert manhood ballh7IInsbPtstrst1 etlanu and Omer troWduover work moklne drug titbit and other cant110 11WOd ner- h ruallr rood torwnmrn 1rOantHlorerrm MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u a A ron BALE AT PEXKTfl DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid bunting ttshlng or any kln4 of tres passing on our places and will prosecute to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relcbenbcch Bro Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonQrnenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Baumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mills Mauls II Ilewes K Retchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Baltou A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W KAmon W K Daugherty M J Hoffman M D FImore Peter W barter J Nevtn Carter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrtlt Oreen Ferrlll F J Oonn John ft Oamenlsch Bam Trflwbrld e A D Root Charles Ensslln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Ieter Balmer JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugaRugs They will exchange Furnituro for all Kiuds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e ttT Undertaker Embalmer anti Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac p STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone Home Phone 35 DONT THINK Of Going on Your Vacation withWithout l1rrSln yon a bot tin of that cooling soothing healing remedy Pnrnenmpli First Aid to the Injurer For quickly relieving Sunburn Chafing Sore Feet Soro JGlseles Insect Bites and for keeping ilosuultos away tromI you rracaniph is unequalled You will find 1nrncnmph far more useful on your vacation than witch hazel lotions ond such remedies wise far better So why not takoI along the best When Fnracaiuph iJ applied It penetrntes through the pores to tho interior cells drawing out nil fever soreness and inflammation promptly so wako your vacation pleas lint by taking n bottlo of Paracampb along Sold only in 2T c ROc and 100 bottles at all good druggists Too Parr Mtmnh Co Louisville By IV 8 X FOB SALE DT W N CRAIG PharmacistSt- wifordKr L o FARMERS DEPARTMENT Henry Logan colored has a gcntlo horse f jr salt WANTED To graze about 20 head of cattle J T Livingston McKinnc Ky FOR SALE Pair of 16hand mule 8 years old Apply to B D Carte Stanford Ky I have and will have some goof young vork mules and business horsi for sale Josiah DUbop Hustonvlil Ky Wanted 30 acres of grass land well watered and near Stanford Want to graze hogs on it John G Lynn Jr Stanford NEBRASKA HORSESiVe have three car loads of grade Percheron mare twoto five yearolds They will nrri about July 5th C H Kerr on the J F Cook farm Kansas has dropped her estimate of a wheat harvest from 100000000 bust els to 80000000 bushels Wind drought and black rust are tho factors whic IP have lowered the estimate Wo will have n carload of good Western marcs and geldings at the stock pens at the depot on Saturda and Monday next See them if you want a good horeo cheap E P Woods it Son FOR SALE Dignity Dare Red Lea Golddust and Naboth Blue Eyes and Dock Gray mules and females Out of registered brood mares Ponies and Indian ponies broke and ready todrivi Lock Box 161 Stanford Ky One hundred and one head of cattl shipped from Mnrtinsburg Ky are being held in quarantine at Nashvill by order of the Tenncsssee Live Stoc Commissioner It is claimed three or the animals aro infested with the lever tick OTTENHEIM T M Boone is preparing to start out with his thresher if the weather 1101 mitsLong Bros visit this place every week with fresh beef and mutton that is ex icedingly good R G Collier seems to think he has a patent on a front bolster to a wagon which he takes pride in showing to anyone Sam Broughton and wife of Cleveland 0 are visiting relatives in this section Miss Mary James laughter of Ephraim James has been quite sick but is improving Elzie Manuel got his knee throws out of place while wrestling but is doing as well as could be expected Andy McKinrey who is employed in Gar rardspent Saturday and Sunday with the homefolks Ephraim Woods and Ledford Tiler aged about 18 or 19 went to Indianapolis for employment during the sum mer but in four days came back The old saying that mammys cooking am mammys beds are better than any ones seems to be true in this case The following statement was madi by President Roosevelt after Secretary Hays death was announced Ml sense of deep personal loss great tho It is is lost in my sense of the bereave icnt to the whole country in Mr Hayi leath I was inexpressibly shocked as verypne was for all of us including tr Hays immediate family had sup posed that all immediate danger wit over and I had been hoping that tle rest during the summer would put him gain in good health by the fall The American people have neverj had a greater secretary of State than John lIay and his loss is a national calam Ity Feel Impending Doom Tho feeling of impending doom In- tho minds of many victims of Heights dlseaso and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Foleys Kidney Cure It- will cure Incipient Drights disease and diabetes and oven In the worst cases gives comfort and relief Slight disorders are cured In a few days had diabetes in its worst form II writes Marlon Lee of Dunreatli Ind tried eight physicians without relief Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made me a well man Pennys Drug Store The Cook county grand jury returned 49 indictments for offenses connected with recent labor troubles in Chicago and flied a sensational report on traffic in strikes in that city Cornelius P- Shea is charged with having received 00000 during the past year through strike agitation Several employers Ilro indicted for conspiring by procuring the calling of strikes to break up the business of competitors Convincing evidence that the calling and settling of strlkcs was made a moneymaking business by certain labor leaders ia claimed by the grand jury to have been presented to them Makes the Liver Lively OrlDo Laxath Fruit Syrup gives lennanent relief In cases of habitual istlpation as It stimulates the liver am restores the natural action of the- bowels without Irritating these organs- like pills or ordinary cathartics Docs- not nauseate or grlpo and is mild and 111easant to take Remember tho name- ORIO and refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store J Judge Sherman Cooper of Somerset was inducted into the office of Intern Revenue Collector at Danvillo Saturda He announced the following change Stamp Deputies Lawrenceburp M G Hignite Nicholasvllle Miss Ort B Wilmore retained Richmond Nonl Bennett retained Assistant dcput awronceburg Clyde T Case Tho oflico force will be Chief Deputy Collector Bland Unlined II L Hale ami L E Rue deputies Samuel Collins succeeds Lincoln Denton in the olUco here while E V Wilson and A B Brown are retained as clerks as is 0150 ste wmlberetained S G Adams vice Wnlter ElrodJ P Ellison vice J H Dais H M Holliday vice R E Stewart There may be some other changes In the office force Good for Stomach Trouble nnd Constipation Chamberlains Stomach and Lher Tablets have done me a great deal of good II says C Towns of Rat Pot age Ontario Canada Being a l1ltd physio the after effects arc not ur pleasant and I can recommend the III to all who suffer from stomach dtj or tier II For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Oweley litiildiug Dripping Spring F 0M Crab Orchard Zy This delightful old Hummer resort U nuw UIMII tUKUfils Till liulldllltf nrt In gnu islintx tilt wntcrlslluo niul tine tnblu first alas Iliirrlttt HnltcrlsiiKiiln In vlinritu ot the kltCllVII WlllCll lllfllllH goal CJllllltf boil ntnlilv Dud your horses wrll cartel lur ltnt Ii IKT wrtk Write to HH F1NItEttnlhIrchnni K- yCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Thu JlrunwlckJllllktollnlrtoIIIIIII dies is Olmrles 1IIcu and IItKI Ik rend Notice ot ale Pursuant to n ludument of the Ilncol circuit court rendered In th tyleliictlon lit th June term lUfi the lindtrnUii ed Master ommlsslouer of wild court will on HATlWUAVJtLYH IWfi Nll ut public outcry to thu nnd lies bidder tilt descrlbitl proHrty lIIIullulmotot itunford Ky The Hair will nlioul r Mllt tilt former husl houet tl tint tuilil il rinilnit on IKiwt tnt In Htnnronl Ky Tit wild pros rte U ilivcrlli vi us follows luldiii fret lIlr- IIlIlIt Counter W fcit Knlrll ht Mirror tI wt tllllk I si novelty Uix and tw- onpgasoutfttlafret brims rail Cincinnat- iityhscrttnunit ono set of tUctrlo llxtuns July no iiiucli of title will tmsoldni iiiiy tin luccHKiiry to nnfUo tin um off Intiriit tliinon tit the rats of n IMI nut IHT annum from Fcttt I Itntl mid anil tine cost of this net Ion Tim Halo will lit Hindu on rmllt of thnt nonthsiiiul the turclutsrr will rtUlrrd to glee bond for IIIlUrehllNt money with IIXIlI Commissioner nd tsnraigSisrcenttntrrrstrout diite of nit CEO IJ SAUFLEY M C L C C Condition of The FIRST STATE BANK unction City Ky At close of business June 80 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts4T102 20 venlraften 67424 Furniture and fixtures 1640 00 tanking house and lot 1600 00 Other real estate 1449 73- Due from banks 15290 33 Cnsh 4582 15 Total 72238 65 LIABILITIES Capital stockNN16IJOO 00 drplus 600 00 Undivided profits 319 40 Individual deposits 56319 25 Due to banks f72238Total 65 Gross earnings for the year 3362 02 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS G eneral expenses 1992 62 Ividend No4 6 percent 900 00 Added to surplus 1 per cent 150 00 Undivided profitst 319 40 Total 336202 t Report of the Condition of thoIFirst National Bank of Stanford Ky At the close of business Juno 30 1905 s RESOUItOK Loins and discounts 10278341 60Overdrafts I United States bonds and premium 00 Ranking house anti fixtures 5625 00 Other real estate R 500 00 Duo from banks 12645 20 Due from U S Treasurer OO 00 Cash tJ4rl 21 26372 W IIAIHUTIK- Sapital t6ck S ROOD 00 1 fund t 1000000 Umirvidcd Profits 3631 Bt Fund to taxes C9I 00- Circulation I nooo 00 Indivual deposits 163400 46 Total 263723 W Collected from debts charged off SIr Net left over last six months JIG 74 Gross earnings this six months 613043 Total 769367 DISPOSED or AS FOLLOWS Dividend 3 per cent 1600 00 Paid taxes 600 00 Iaid 2lfil 81 Leaves net undivided profits 8631 83 Total 7 893 67 CONDITION OF THE 4 Lincoln County National Bank Stanford At thc Close of Business June 30tn 1905 +RESOURCES Notes and bills I0035t i9 U S Bonds roooo 00 Overdrafts 8009 82 Due from banks Itcm 34 Five per cent fund 2600 00 Banking house and fixtures 3600 W Cash 19386 091 32848004 00 70 six 30 Suspended 465 and 05 Suspended KM 26 to pay 02 No pier cent 00 00 r33 Statement of Condition of The National of tonville At the cloM of buiinut 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans 127934 68 52 U S Bonds L 12600 00 house and 2875 00 341Due14943 63 200781 Stock I 50000 00 and 16228 75 Circulation 12500 00 122055 38 200784 13 lust six 23 DISTDIBUTE- DOurnt and pd 001Added LIABILITies stock 50000 00 13000 Circulation WOOO 00 deposit 204758 17 Bank deposit 9137 53 213895 Fund to pay 31 1323430 W r Earnings months ending U66765 recovered 68- 7l3333 DISTRIIIUTED Current expenses salaries 2302 debt Fund taxes 1237 Dividend 14 3 1600 Surplus fund 1500 7133 Bank Hus June Overdrafts 1618 Banking fixtures Cash 13 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus profits Individual Deposits Earnings months 5088 expns taxes 2016 11 Capital Surplus Indvidual taxes 1581 Juno debt SemiAnnual Statement of The McKinney Deposit Bank At close of buslucss on June 30th 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 17133 44 Banking house and lot 2576 38 Furniture and fixtures 1800 00 Due from banks 771754 Overdrafts secured 11 40 Cash 2715 E6 31954 62 LIABILITIES t Capital stock 7600 00 fund 100 10 Undivided profits 133 30 Individual dC 24216 82 Cashiers checks outstanding 6 00 31954 62 Gross earnings six months end ing June 30 1905 88981 i DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Dividend No 3 percent 225 00 v Credit surplus fund Ill 00 Current expenses last 6 months 431 51 Balance to undivided fh profits n 133 80 88981 0 G HARRISON Cashier To popularize their new biiHincsa ill new buildings with New Stocks andt New Liues heiugnddedi I G Weatherford Co t HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will bo convinced that thoy can 4feathoryour uestuin v r 11jt S