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TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 6 1906 HO 32 Bobbin on Law and Practice STANFORD Jun i30Thla is the IllstI day of the long heated term of thl court Some of the lawyers did welll Some of their cjionts not so wull Th civil docket la far in arruars I advanc cd a proposition of law that appeared to be aa much of a revelation to the court as the bar and the lawyers or both aides in argument 8j oko of it at the UobbUt law Miavc no new law not In tho books except In a very few instances where I have corrected lack etone in some of his definitions ns in murder owilng and so forth I stated that any ono mfcht prevent a felony by killing the man about to commit it and that the defendants Kennedys whet the threat had been communicated to them involving the lifo of their brother had a right to Intercept tho deceas ed and dissuade and disarm him und In doing so if It became necessary hall right to kill him to prevent him from killing tho party threatened or in kill ing them This was tho only theory upon which we could have acquitted and upon which wo should have been acquitted had It been pressed with unit od forco This principle is well under stood by my brilliant student Faulkner Kennedy and who Mr Lee Nunnclley told me was smarter than both of the Commonwealths attorneys There should have been no severance of trial no witnesses put upon the stand with reputation foul I should have been permitted to tell how the homicide happened and all our undivid ed force and power should have been concentrated on that line Wo shall learn by experience a school in which only some people will learn Now to Harry Thaws case in New York The piers say there is 40000 000 for his defense I will take the case for 600000 aud guarantee an ac quittal I dont want any Insanity ab solute nor emotional Dont want tho assistance of Judge Black nor oven Col Hill My only plea would be not guilty If this proposition goes by unnoticed by tho defense I will send him to tho chair of electrocution for 25000 Mr Comstock proposes to drive every pet vent out of tho city of New York To what place are you going to drive a 000000 people 7 Will you drive thorn to tho dry Tortugas or to u temporary Terra del Fuego T They say grit is written in Thaws face Yes he showed much grit at Hotel Britz in France Anybody can kill another and most nny bodywill do so when they want to I know a man In Lincoln county who has a large pyramid of niggerhead rocks with which at difpiled up In his house ferent times I have scalped his lend The only reason I did not kill him was that I did not hit him Tho only reason I did not shoot him had no pistol Ho and are perfectly friendly now and ho only keeps thoso rocks as souvenirs and reminder of two as nn ever present pleasant reminiscence of thoo two du lightful episodes of our neighborly r friendship I went to preaching last night and heard Bro Crntos and was pleased and Instructed He and Bro Itosa wore much pleased with my description of the scenery around Crab Orchard and tried to repeat It to some ladies but failed I had only said Crab Orchard is a most boautlful place with minaturc mountains looming up In the distance upon whoso sterile peaks tho dwarllsh pine struggle for a scant foothold gloomy silent sentinels on tho lookout for any invading foo seeking to en croach upon our peaceful domain Tho preachers were much pleased with my last letter to tho INTEKIOU JOURNAL A visiting lady said Does that Col Bobbitt talk that way all the tlmo 1 Col Hill says that is only his common mode of conversation Will you toll him I want to meet him apd hear him talk Without telling her name my heart Burns when I think of her and she is from tho poets town Bards town and tho county bearing tho same of Trafalga Lord name as the hero Nelson Tell the young lady I shall bo pleased to call after county court day But to Crab Orchard today if possible FONTAINE Fox Boniurr A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted a leak in tho great North Sea dyko which a childs linger could have stopped to becomo u ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclvor of Vunctboro Me permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery Ho writes Throo doctors gave me up to die of lung Inflammation caused by a neg lected cold but Dr Kings New Dis saved my Wo Guaranteed 1bestPennys m Tctna Drug Store Stanford Crab Orchard COo and Irlal bottle free I FOB SALE CHEAP A good delivery wagon used a sort time George H Farris j CRAB ORCHARD Miss Llllltt IMxtin Blmbton of Lou Uvill U hero with friends Lowe your orders for three months subscription fur the Delineator begin ning with tho July number for 25c with Miss Hctllc Harris The first chapter of the new serial Chauffeur and the Chaperon begins in this number The heated season has caused quite an Influx of guests at tho Springs Ho tel Mr Willis and wife and Ileac Willis are doing all in their power to make them have a pleasant and com fortadlo time New arrivals daily M Us Lucy Mahan of Williamsburg U visiting her sister Mrs Wm Smith Mri B G Doyle mid daughter Anna Doyle mid Mrs Htti Ewell of Lou- Isville Mrs Alice Djiiini of Florida nero guests of Ojl Guest and wife Lyre liras hove us their guests their father Dr George byne and sister Mrs John C Riley and little sons oi Henderson Mesdames Wm Burk Lottie Pugh and L C Smith have rooms at tho Geltil apartment house for the summer Misses Bessie and Annie Haldcman aro hero from Louis yule with their grandmother Mrs Buchanan Mrs L Livingston anil daughter Miss Sellna of Chicago art visitors at Dr Doorcs Mr Robert Collier and wife of Brodhcad are with her mother Mrs Tatem Mr James Flack of Luwlstown Mo who left hero 48 years ago and Mr J Craw ford of Carthage III who left hero yean ago were visitors at Mrs W 11 Harris during homecoming week J Marion Brooks of Los Angeles was with Mrs Brooks this week Wm Brooks is shut in with a sprained ankle Bowen GoerJof Hustonvillc and sis ter e visited relatives here Monday Mrs Dexter Ballou and children of Stanford were with her mother Mrs Fish this week HUSTONVILLE Mrs Lutie Gooch of McKinney will- again teach district school No U7 near ML Salem and Miss Annie Adams of illddlcburg will teach tho corhlng Bcs lion at Richards school house begin ting Monday next Rev S B Landers subject for noxt iunday morning Tho Dignity of Friendship Evening Heroines of Toll Prayer meeting Wednesday evening lead by Rev G W Mills Class In the standards Friday evening at 8 oclock v Babylon by Watson was bcauti ully rendered by Miss Leila Wheeler iunday morning at the Presbyterian church and music lovers in thoaudience would have gladly given her tho chcoro sho so justly deserved had it been with- In tho bounds of propriety Saved His Comrades Life VblIo returning from tho Grand lrnty Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Klein 111 was t sjken with cholera morbns and was In II orttloal condition says Mr J K ilonglilanil ofKldon JOImltJ gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera tad Dlurrhoim Homody und boliovo avid his Ufo I have boon engaged for 10 years In Immigration work and londuuUtd many pumas the pfiiith ind west I always curry tills remedy md 1m vo usod It successfully on mane xjoaslons Sold bv Stanford Drug Co Fiar Dates IKentucky the dates fixed for for WOO na far as eportedStanford July 12 13 and 14 Richmond JulyJuly3 days Lancaster July I83 days Hustonville July 259 lays Danville Aug 13daYII Harrodsburg Aug 14 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhcad Aug 153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 21I days Springfield Aug 221 days London Aug 284 days Nicholasville Aug 283 days Shelbyville Aug 284 days Bardstown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 44 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept111 days A Hard Lot if troubles to uontuud with spring from a torpid liver and blockaded oweU unless you awaken them to heir proper action with Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills tho plcasantest and rust effective euro for Constipation 1hoy prevent Appendicitis and tone up tho system 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Uros Crab Orchard Much interest is being shown in Ro ublican circles over the visit of Soc etary Taft to tho North Carolina Re publican convention on July 9 Repub cans of that State say a resolution in lorsing his candidacy for the presidcn cy may be adopted by the convention NEWS NOTES Hardin county will vote on the whisky question Sept 15 A eon was born to tho Crown Princes of tho German Empire The fatalities of the glorious fourth seem to havo been fewer this this timi than in years Ben Stuart at Lexington received sentence of Il years for the killing of James M Strader Edward Zable of Shelby county was struck by lightning and killed whili riding in his wagon The temperature touched 00 at Tacoma Wash Tuesday the highest mark that city has known In 10 years Eleven men returning from Portage to Puritan both mining towns near A toona Pa were run over and killed by a runaway car George Campbell and Frank Vader fought a duel on horseback in Colora do because of an alleged horso theft Campbell was killed American rabbis in session in Indian apolis voted by a largo majority to table a report providing for the et tubllshment of a synod James Pearsall who assaulted Mrs Lucy Wagoner an aged woman at Lex ington after beating her husband into unconsciousness will be hung today Poison was put Into the drinking wa ter at the Singer Manufacturing Com panys plant at Cario III and four workmen poisoned All will recover Tho coal tipplo at the Nicholson mines near Middles boro fell about 700 tons of coal falling 100 feet into the creek be low The loss amounts to about 1000 Gov J C W Beckham was the prim cipal speaker at tho big Fourth of July celebration and Horse Show given by the K of P at the Fair Grounds at OWentonMrs Banncy Sterling wife of tho Rev Paul Sterling rector of TrIO ity church Melrose Ma stnnd known during the Civil War as the idol of the Union troops at New Orleans is dead While acting as a peacemaker in a quarrel at Lexington William Watson a laborer was shot and instantly killed by Thomas Dowd a railroad man who was with his brother at thb time of the quarrelAdmiral Rojestvcnsky pleaded guilty before n Russian courtmartial practi cally asking his own death in an effort to sand his fellow officers He asked that ho alone receive the full penalty of tho law Tho ice famine in Washington has stirred up tho muncipal officials and if upon investigation it proves to bo the result of conspiracy to raise the price tho responsible Individuals may be prosecutedIn every civilized nation Inde pendencu day was recognized by some form of ceremony Americans of course took the lead but foreigners showed a readiness to participate that was surprising- Gov Manly raided French Lick and West Baden Springs confiscated large amount of gaming paraphernalia and simultaneously filed suits to revoke tho charters of both resorts to enjoin them from prcmitting gambling on theitI premises and asking that namedAll records were broken when Charles A Nichols a Salt Lake Herald operator set 100300 ems nonpareil in eight hours correcting his own proofs Tho former worlds record 96000 ems nonpareil was made by George A Green of Boston at a competition in Chicago in 1896 By a decision handed down by a Judge in Detroit Mich ncnrly200 con victs now in Michigan penitentiaries way be released The decision involves the intermediate sentence law which is held not to apply to crimes committed prior to its passage though the trial comes afterwards- Bowel Complaint In Children During tho summer months children aro subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention us soon as the llrst unnatural loose ness of the bowels appeals The best medicine In use for bowol complaint ia Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as It promptly controls any unnatural looseness of tho bowels For sale by Stanford Drug Co f San Francisco will permit her saloons to resume business but tho license fee will bo raised to 500 from 84 peryear Liquor selling has been prohibited since April 18 and it is stated there has been a remarkable decrease in rime Twenty Year Battle was a loser In a 20 year battle with chronlo piles and malignant sores until I tried Bucklens Arnica Sao which turned the tide by cur- Ing both till not a trace remains writes A M Bruce of Farmvllle Va nest for Old Uulcers Cuts Burns and Wounds 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard f SENATOR JAMES B McCREARY This cut was mado from the latest photograph of Kentuckys junior Senator who is a candidate for reelection IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A lodge of Elks 100 strong will be organized at Middlcsboro tonight Mrs Harriett Baugh was run over and killed by a train at Science Hill Amos Richardson is dead at Rich mond after an illness of several months Miss Salllo Sharp died at London from burns received by overturning a lamp While at work as a helper in placing the machinery in the new railroad shops at Somerset Frank Waddle was struck by a falling bar and instantly killedJudge Moss has called a special term of tho Whitley court for July 14 to enter an order in conformity with the judgement of the Court of Appeals in the contested election case for County Judge and Sheriff Attorneys Harding Puryear and Judge James Denton have filed suit in the Pulaski Circuit Court against the C N 0 T P R R for 20000 dam ages for Injuries sustained by E D of Hydcn Leslie county presented Circuit Judge H C Faulkner of Barbourville with a handsome goldheaded cane as a token of their appreciation of his four years service in the Leslie Circuit Court Tho session ending last week will be tho last over which Judge Faulkner will preside as Leslie county under the new law has been taken out of that district- A dispatch from Lexington says By amended articles of incorporation of the Central Kentucky Traction Com pany which wero filed here the company is given the right to construct ISM miles of traction lines from Lexington Frankfort and Nicholasville to various county seats in Central Kentucky It is proposed to build lines from Frank fort to Owenton Shelbyville Law renceburg from Nicholasvillo to liar rods burg Lancaster Danville from Winchester to Mt Sterling and from Paris to Cynthiana n Only 82 Years Old lam only 82 yours old and dont expect ovon whon 1 get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get Electric Hitters says Mrs E H Branson of Dublin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps tho old as young and makos tho weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dys persIa torpid liver Inflamed kidneys or chronic constipation aro unknown after taking Electric Bitters a reason able time Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price SOc The census of 1900 gives the number of printers in the United States at 139 855 Tho Typographical Journal gives as tho total membership pf the union up to date 45914 leaving as nonunion printers 93861 In other words tho union printers comprise just about one third of the number of printers in tho United States Dont Bo Backward Do not hesitate to ask for a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach tad Liver Tablets Wo are glad to jjlvo them to anyone who is troubled with biliousness constipation or any disorder of the stomach Many havo been permanently cured by their use Stanford Drug Co A Chicago judgeayethat in99 cases out of 100 the husband is in the wrong That may bo the casein the Windy City but men aro a heap getter down here In fact we do not believe that more than 93 per cent of the husbands hero aro wrong Frankfort Journal Stimulation Without Irritation That is the watchword That is what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup ithoiowQlsPennys Drug Store iHCash Basis Prices for Stanford Fair i 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar for I 22 Pounds Blackberry for 1 1I 1It Pays to Pay Cash W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY L IR Is- Mr J IHarvey Durlu Harr bur ttUaolt Cured br ZEMO After Fire Year Torture WHY SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE E W HOSE MEDICINE Co St Loan 110UIIIR8UlJlG ILL Mar Utb ngan Slue repaying that ZKMO areA mr arms If not life I will gladly tell alt leanfrumatortorlnqcats JuTrmo r t andlbegantolmprreilniixweekandofaday hedleeepapdpnppppeea anddemyarmwer e imdotnai pleluro showbefore a r u ereao bad enttrelcuredIConidermy pulctrerorer1 uengZIt31nnothinga- hOrt of a mincle I wnl IWIy anrall Inqulrln M L Q VmanyItching t4 4ItGUARANTEED AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD Call and get ono of these If not satisfactory return it and get your money back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as well in oven GEORGE FARRIS t Stanford Kentucky SavelMoney I By buying your Refrigerators Wa ter Coolers FreezersScr een Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth PoultryNetting4Hardware Groceries c from JI George Da Hopper Stanforu 1Ky Public Sale of Jersey Cattle Between the hours of 12 M and 2 oclock p M during the Fairs noun recess I iIlell at llaile11 Park on Friday July 13 won 10 roans handsome highgrade Jersey cows now in full flow ot milk They have nice udders and teats with Jersey markings are right in every particular and will give eatufaction as family cows For inspection tho cattle will bo on grounds train 8 A M till the thud of Iuleiiii J G CARPENTERJM D Give Your Children AnEducation HUll Ikmnutt Mwmorlut Huliool Kitutillalioii lit yenrlIln luul n rapid continual growth Nine department nn follow Auiulumlc Normal Intermediate atuIc BuMneii Industrial Phyplcnt Uulturu and Illblltul The oft Is small trletranttra t thorough j location healthful Influence wliolt 50iiie Writn fortatnloguo Jo fKWIB 1rlncljml KyfcLondon ii i i j The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES- of Mercer county Is a candidate to repro tent the Eighth Congressional district otI Kentucky In GongtQss to lion 0 Gilbert subjecpto the action ot the Uem ocratlc party PI- l M F NORTH It it cnndldotoforltepresrntnllreotLtn- county to the notion eratlo pnrty pALTHOUGH tho consumption of beef has fallen off 50 per cent since the horrifying disclosures from the packing houses the trust has put up prices15 per cent Beef ought to bo a drug on tho market and the price ought to o lower than it has been for years The abstention of the public from beef has I t caused the price of eggs game and vegetables to go up and yet beef hast been advanced also It is evident the trust has decided to recoup itself j for its losses The government should proceed against these food pirates as It- I is proceeding against the Standard Oil Co and if it will send them all to the r i penitentiary this thing o f cornering and monopolizing the necessaries of liCe r will cease to bo popular Tilt patient and long suffering hen is to be robbed of her glory and the egg trust is to be hit a solar plexus blow Prof Thomas B Stillwell of Stevens Institute who created a furor last spring by tendering a chemical din ner to two intimate friends is plan ning for a still greater function He will give what he terms an artificial egg dinner to consist mainly of real fresh country eggs to but made of chem icals Judging from the plans of Professor Stillwell it is in the power of chemical experts to produce eggs equally as digestible and tasty as those turned out by a hen and what is better I cheaper than the hen can produce them A ST Louis man had another arrested for disturbing the peace the disturbance t consisting in calling on him 44 times one day to ask him to pay a debt This is repeating a little too fast and if the collector had used the persuasive powers of a club about the third visit he might have accomplished more and gotten off with just as small a tint II Fact is he should not have been fined tc at all A man who can pay a debt and IIwont do so should be made to pay it at ithopoint of a pistol if such a drasti measure should bo necessary t j A LEXINGTON woman charged with islunacy because she sings all the time Jt was before Judge Parkers Court when Commonwealths Attorney Jon R Allen asked her if she would favor the court and jury with that good old hymn Amazing Grace She complied in such sweet cadence that the jury decided it would be a shame to shut up such a singer in the asylum and r voted to let her go Music has charm V to soothe even the savage breast of juryman N B HAYS Attorney General opened his campaign for governor at Npw Castle Monday He assailed the record of the Capitol Commission in the sele- bon of anarchitect and in awarding contracts scored Gov Beckham for I and aft dealt the democratic party some solar plexus blows and in short Iiplayed the devil generally Some 300 heard the gineral but he wil have a hard time drumming up another audience so large rTilE two attorneys for the convicted ice men at Toledo have gone to joir 4theircifente in jail the judge having to 10 days in prison and- r lined them 250 each for filing a motion i f charging him with misconduct in the trials of tho ice men Thats the kind of a judge you read about IMPROVEMENTS costing about 35000 will be made during the summer on the White House while President Roose velt is away Teddy and his White House are expensive luxuries but it- seems that we have to have them If POLL jWillian Jennings Price of Boyle enter the race for the democratic nomination for Congress in this district The Thirtyseventh senatorial dis trict convention at Webster City Ia adjourned in hopeless deadlock after 4r taking 1600 ballots j President Roosevelt has appointed Panama canal commission thea the new r Senate having failed to confirm the cold one Only one change was made in i tho personnel A convention of old maids and old Ii bachelors has been called to nominate a State ticket in the Iowa elections on a platform opposing President Roosevelts racesuicide views to a dispatch from Arizo naPresidentRoosevelb has written a letter in which ho urges tho people of thatterritory to vote to La admitted to the union with New Mexico It is said that James S Harlan of Justice Harlan andofChicago a son of Kentucky is scheduled for a the chairmanshipof the reorganized Interstate Commerce Commission I f Michigan Prohibitionists nominal a State ticket with R C Ret as the candidate for Governor A temporary injunction was granted by Judge Gallowayat Bowling Green restraining the Republican Committee of Ohio Butler and Edmonson counties from holding a primary on November nextThe pathetic wail of awayback Republicans is Give us clean men What do tho virtuous away backs think of unspeakable Bill Owens for Col gressman of the Fifth distriet7Som erset Journal W J Bryan on reaching London sued a statement In effect that it is too early for the Democratic party to bind itself to him or any other man for tho presidentialnomination He says State conventions which have indorsed him need not feel obligated should conditions change so as to make nnothercan dldato more desirable Additional Local I STILL have on hand cabbage and celery plants J W Brackett Stanfor KEEP a close watch for the air ship on July 2526 27 at the Hustonville fair FOR SALE New cabbage peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard LADIES will bo admitted to the Lincoln County Fair at Stanford July 12 13 14 free on the first day WANTED to exchange 10000 stocki of goods for farming or timbered land Address Lock Box 24 Somerset LOST between Stanford and Mrs mails on tho Crab Orchard pike a pair of gold spectacles Leave at this office ALL stock in the Lincoln County Fair Association not paid for by July 11th will bo cancelled J F Cummins sec etrrynTUG colored teachers association will be held at the courthouse July 23 t 27 Prof F L Williams will be instructor PROF E L GRUBBS will begin the lilledgevillo school Monday His wife will begin teaching the Moore school a reek later July 16 I WILL be located at J L Beazlcj urniture store for the present with my ptical goods Will be glad to test your yes and supply you with glasses at the lowest cash prices Will N Craig SUPT GARLAND SINGLETON who has been ill for some time thinks he will be able to come to his office tomorroi aturday when he hopes the teachers and trustees will call and get their registers and record books TUOMAS PENCE the buggy and farm- Ing implement man was awarded the contract to furnish tools with which to work the county roads His bid was 800 or 40 less than the next bidder There were seven bidders in all I HAVE disposed of my drug stock to- the Stanford Drug Co For the present I will be found at the furnitui store of J L Beazley All those indebted to me will please call and settle their accounts with me at once Will N Craig WE desire to ourthanks to- the good people of Stanford and Rowland who were so kind and thoughtf during the illnesb of our wife and mot cr May He Who doeth all things well- richly reward them W B Land and daughters STANFORD was the quietest place on- the map Wednesday the 4th The banks- were closed the postoffice observed Sunday hours but the majority of the jrchants and other business men kept- open house and put in the usual number of hours at work IF want to rid yourself of that tire feelingtry Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do- the work For sale by W B McRob- erta G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thompson Kingsville War Against Consumption Ml nations are endeavoring to- check the ravage of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are In no danger 01 consumption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparAtion when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe- and certain in results The genuine is in a yellow package Pennys Drug- Store MR W D EDMISTON of Edmiston- Bros Crab Orchard was here yester day having printing done for a big sale- which will begin in their store Monday- next Quick rellof for Asthma Suf ferersIoloys Honey and Tar affords 1- mmedat relief to asthma sufferAs in the worst stages and If taken in time wllleffect a cure Pennys Drug Store uroki won the Spendthrift Handicap at heepshead Bay yesterday A jury is being secured at Beatty- ville to try the Hargises Free Attractions at The Lincoln County Fair vI PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREENjf V Let us Supply You PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky w otaawsoirowwwotwnawas oawwiI I 1 Rubber OQQQDOOO Rubber I f Not rubber neck but KUBEROID the hest roofing rondo the money will last longer than any ready roofing on Ifor A trial will convince Investigate theI 1Iswaeirl aorraroestv a ao YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B MoRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD At StanfordJU- LY 12th 13th 14th 41 thPMFft1Wlill combinIng both Style and Comfort t We have made a special effort to be in condi tion to do this How well we have succeeded can be seen by letting us show YOU our a TwoPiece Double Breasted Long Coat Suits A Panama Porto Rican Hat a Patent Low Shoe with gauze Hose a Soft Shirt with collar attached or White Pleated Shirt with cuffs attached with Shepherd Plaid or Blue Polka Dot Tie Black or Tan Belt and you are dressed in perfect taste and wr- oH conlfortL JLMCROBElT 1 I STANFORD KENTUCKY t 1t TT iLTS4La at our Store opened Monday in a blaze of glory Biggest crowd we ever had at an opening day sale Hundreds of delighted customers left our store with arms full of Bargains The backward season and overstocked on some lines forced this sale upon us but the big crowd did not get all the good things Come and enjoy this feast yourself Hundreds of remnants of Dress Goods Ginghams Percales Goods Underwear Shoes Laces Hamburgs We have also given away hundreds of pieces of pretty Glassware with purchases of 2 3 and 5 Remember this sale lasts until the 14th and the assort ment grows less each day the earlier you come the larger the assortment to select from Come and get the greatest Bargains you ever saw and the Glassware FREEI I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 r S1A tom Ky JtrY lt 1000 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda ftt Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Mn W U WIUIUIN Is here for the fair Dn E J RKOWN was at Wlldte to- seo n patient Wednesday MR M C WILLIAMS of Somerset passed up to lolL Vernon yoslerday McKEMZit HUOVVN of the Mt Vernon Signal spent n portion of the 4tn here liON UAIIVBY HBLM attended the burial at Richmond of lion K W Mill r Miss KIT HUFFMAN and Hurnsldc Huffman returned to LouUvillo Tuesday DOUVAR SINOI TON is a salesman In IaR Hughes grocery and hardware tore Miss STBUA MCCLAHV will begin ehool at White Oak next Monday uly9 MR J 0 EwiNC a Hurkesvlllo at torney was hero yesterday taking dc positions MR AND MRS J G RIDDLE of Cral Orchard were guests of Mr W I Her Tin and wife MR CLAUDB PBSNvnACKER of Sonv creel spent Wednesday with his wife nd child here I MR M t EUKIN of Lexington ww ro yesterday shaking handa with his cgion of friends MR W H ROUT Is at home In the West End from Longvlow Ala Ho ii threatened with fever MR J W STKIMIENSON and family fef Lebanon Junction are with the homofolka nt Maywood 1 MISSES MAREL McWuontKR and Georgia King of Crab Orchard were hero shopping yesterday MR W II MUELLER II In Peoria Ill Jesse Perrln la running his Jewel ry store during his absence MR THOMAS SEBASTIAN and hand some son hero on business WMnefldnyt UT MRS W G WELCH has been eon fmod to her homo a week or more by an nggrevated apehof indigestion r MRS DAN COOLEY and son Moa Cooley returned yesterday from a visit to her slater at Springfield MRS IR G COOK and children of Knoxville are with her mother Mir A B McKinney near McKinney Mns J J BARTON of Sublet III and Miss Ethel Walter of Lancaster were guests of Miss Mollio Walter Mn P S McCLARY spent several ays in tho mountains advertising the Incoln County Fair July 12 13 14 MR AND MRS J T PAYNE of xibanon Junction attended the burial f tho formers slater Mn W B ndMIss GERTRuDe NOEL of Danville vas pn yesterdays train bound for Mid dlcsboro to visit Miss Annie Miller cyton MR AND MRS C I DORSET and ittlo daughter of Louisville are visit ng the family of T S Robinson In llrmingham MRS JOSEPH S RICE will entertain rom 430 to 0 Wednesday afternoon in onor of her friend Mrs Wilbur C Hatson at Lebanon MISSES LETTIH MAY McRoDERTsand iargarct and loan Mount of Lancas or will be guests of Mrs II J Me Roberta during fair week MRS LOTTIE HOLMES and grand hlldren Lottie George and Edith right of Phoenix Ariz arrived last tight to visit their relatives here MRS 11 It OLDSON and daughter olxwlse of Roanoke Ala and Mr W R Williams of Hustonville werohero f yesterday with Mr and Mrs Geo Barnes Wearen MESSRS RG WILMOT Barbeo Mc Afee Fred L Durham and A C Mc Clary of Brodhoad passed through Wednesday morning to tho Jones picnic at Yosemite r SAUFLEY managing editor S M rMR Stato Journal has been offered of Secretary of tho Board of Control at a salary of f1200 a year Its acceptance will take from journal- Ism at tho a very bright and useful factor in newspaperdom Some Journal MARTIIA TUMEY and Mr John and wife of Washington 1ersel Mrs Annlo Cunningham of and Mrs Della Green and little Lillian of Sturgeon Mo of Mr and Mrs M M guestswore Sweeney Throe of the above ladles are sisters of Mr SweealeYI Miss MARGARET DKNIIAM tans return ed from Torrent MRS S C HAKDIN of London is with Mm Goo D Wcarcn MIL L D DFNIUM of Williamsburg- was with Mr W It Denham- Mit T B HAMMONDS and wife re turned from Texas yerterday nilvisitDR J GUY RALIOU has located at Graytown 0 to practice medicine Miss JKSBIIJ D COOKE arrived CromI Nashvlllo last night to visit her sisters and other relatives here MISSBS KATE AND DORA PENCE have Issued invitaiKns to a reception nt their home next Wednesday evening at 8 0 clockMR JAMKS F HOLDAM county chair man went to Nloholasvlllo this morn EighthDistrictTim party given thomembers of the Mission Band of the Christian church by Mrs II D Phillips last evening was a delightful ono and the large numbc bigtimeLonEXTREMELY low prices on ranges Cor 10 days Geo II Farris TWINE for tho next 30 days nt Ipc per Ib cash E T Pence TAKE a look at the 5 and lOc glass waro at Mrs W S Jones restaurant FOR RENT Five room cottage on Mill Street newly painted and In good repair J H Baughman 8 Co ALL persons having stock In tho Lin coin County Fair Association will pleas pay it to me at once J F Cummins secretary LET tho punishment fit the crime If you dont dress up when ladies wash suits and waists are so cheap at Sever ance 8 SonsaGERANIUMS large plants at Gc to make room This price Is good for Thursday Friday and Saturday only Stanford Greenhouses IT is 1 fine to hitch to any tree on Main Street You will please bear this in mind and save trouble and expense It G Jones City Marshal I WILL sell at public auction at 1 oclock next Monday county court day 2J shared of stock in the First National flank of Stanford J S Owsley Sr Executor Tim Etna Insurance Co of Hartford Conn represented by Jesse D Wear on on Juno 19th had adjusted 783 claims and paid 112050000 of its San Francisco losses WE dont want to insist too much but there are many items in Severance 8 Sons sale you should not miss Lawns 3c Ginghams 6c ICc wash goods at- 9c and hundreds of remnants STANFORDS tonsorial artlaU have gone Into an agreement to charge five cents extra for shaving tho neck Neck shaving will come high hereafter but most of us must have it dono anyway AT the Jones Kelsay picnic near Yosemite Wednesday tho Hustonville base ball team defeated tho Yosemite club 7 to 0 McCormack and Dunn wore the battery for tho Hustonvillo boys rREADS pony and dog show had bad luck here Tuesday afternoon Their tent wasblown down just as theperform ance was to begin and no show could be given They fixed things up though and that evening pleased a fair au dlence HEADON CowstoHFreight trains No 34 and tho third section of No 33 ran into each other at tho North end of the Hazel Patch switch Wednesday night and both cugincs were badly damaged All of tho trainmen jumped and escaped injury The trouble was caus ed by Engineer Gaylo overlooking a meeting order LANDAfter n long illness of Brights diseaso and other troubles Mrs W B Land breathed her last Tuesday and Wednesday after services by Rev R B Mahony she was burled in tho Goshen graveyard She is survived by her husband and four bright little girls who feel keenly the loss of a loving wife and kind and dulgent mother Mrs Land was a Miss Payne and was a conscientious Chris tart woman Sho was exceedingly kind to and considerate of tho poor and unfortunate and she will bo sadly missed by that class and all who knew her well CLARKS OVERLAND Crocus is billed to appear hero Thursday next 12th FOR RENTThe storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply nt this office I10TIONMonday July 9th court day Clothing shoes hats and furnish- Ings at your own price Attend Cum mins McClary IN addition to cut prices on all summer goods Severance Son are giving away pieces of pretty glass ware with purchases of from 2 to 15 OLYMPIAN SPRINGS now open for the treatment of rheumatism nervous new indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best oi satisfaction F M Sims propr IA DIG crowd attended Jones Kcl says picnic near Yosemite Wednesday and tho day waa onjoyably spent There were contests of many kinds and speeches by a number of gentlemen includin Eld J Q Montgomery and Mr J Mort Rothwell Good order was pro served HAVING sold our stock of grocerin and hardware to L R Hughes wotak this opportunity of thanking tho public for past favors and request a liberal patronage for our successor We alsi request that all those owing us willcal at the store and settle at once as are bound to wind up our business P G Warner Son YOUR attention is called to tho state menu of the Lincoln County National Dank the First National Bank the McKinney Deposit Bank the Hustonvilli National Bank the Crab Orchard Dank Ing Co and the First State Bank of Junction City Read them and sc what substantial banking institution we have in our midst LINCOLN countys favorite in tho CourierJournals trpto Europe con test Miss Eva Bailey of Mercer tulle to win but she mtdo a good fight nod the Courier Journal has invited her to spend 10 days at Russell Island Mich as that papers guest Miss Mattie Hughes of Midway won with 47891 votes Miss Mary Lear of Paint Lick who camo second with 333021 votes will take tho trip as a guest of the Cou rierJournal Nearly 10000000 vote were cast In 19 tho districts THE Maccabce and Woodman picni at Waynesburg Wednesday was at tcndodcd by an immense crowd and the day was a memorable one Speeche were made by Judge R C Warren lion Fontaine Fox Bobbltt Mr George B Saufley and State Com mander M F Elkin of the Order 01 Maccabees All of the gentlemen ac quitted themselves with credit and they were the recipients of loud applause and hearty congratulation A splendid dinner was spread and then was enough left for as many as partook of the good things AT the last State meeting of the U D C held at Bowling Green it was decided to offer prizes for the best essay written on tho Causes that Led to the Civil War and Mrs J W Alcorn is in receipt of a letter from Mrs C A Renaker of Cynthlana of tho States Essay Committee requesting her toad vcftisa this fact in her county paper Only boys or girls under 1C years of ago may be contestants and tho prizes are 10 each for tho two best essays and 5 for the next They must be sent in not later than the middle of August Tho committee appointed from this chapter to receive tho essays is Mrs Steele Bailey Mrs J B Paxton Mrs T J Foster TUB Street Committee of Stanford has a peculiar idea about ditching For two summers in succession this com mittee has had furrows plowed on each side of the streets in the suburbs and tho dirt Is left just where tho plow threw it No effort has been made to clean out these furrows and tho consequence is they fill up in a few weeks The suburbanites get no benefit from tho work and the streets or rather roads are not in the least protected The attention of the council is called to this work or lack of work as well as to the condition of Main and tho other streets of Stanford They are in a do plorable condition and should be im proved at any cost If at the present rate of taxation better streets can note maintained raise the taxes and put them in a decent condition IFolt SALE =1000 gallons of blackberries Write or call on John F Tarter Milledgevillc Ky LET Deo Turner care for your horse at the Stanford Fair He has the hitch and feed privileges and will care well for him EVERY thing Is about in readiness for the fair which begins next Thurs day July 12 and continues Friday and Saturday Tho ring has been completed the nmpitheatre is up and little is to be done between now and the opening day Stock will begin to ar rive Tuesday stable room already having been engaged by a number of horse men while guests will pour in the first of the week and keep coming until the great Lincoln county fair is over Tho free attractions will prove big drawing cards The association made a big outlay of money to secure the high diver the woman who will make tho slide for life in mid air and aeronaut who will give marvelous per formances daily but we believe it will prove a case of money well spent President Baughman and Secretary Cummins are giving their undivided time to fair business now and like the other officers and the directors they are determined to mako the exhibition next week a success If you have not made your arrangements to attend at least one day you had better do right away Come the first day and youll stay over the remaining two Additional Local on Second Page Report of the Condition of The National Bank of HU3 Ion rJille At close of butinets June 30 1906 RESOURCES Louse and discounts 138976 46 Overdraft 251278 U S Bond 12500 00 Banking Howe and Futures 2900 00 Five Per Cent Fund 625 00 Due from Banks 42257 90 Cash 17565 64 217337 78 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplu 10000 00 Undivided Profit 5632 33 Fund to Pay Taxes 1000 00 Circulation 12500 00 Deposits t 138005 45 217 337 78 Earnings 6 monlhi ending June 30 1906 5135 32 DISTRIBUTED Current Eipenseloc Taxes Paid 2017 26 Furniture Acct Reduced 95 00 Added to Tax Fund 38 72 Added to Undivided Profits 484 34 Dividend 46 5 per cent 2S00 00 5135 32 J W Hocker Cashier Condition of the First National Bankof Stanford Kyt At the close of business June 30 1906 RESOURCES Loan Stocks and Bonds 180699 12 Overdraft 8260 93 U S Bond 50000 00 Premium on U S Bond 1500 00 Banking House and Other Real Estate 8825 00 Due from Banks 16750 76 Due from U S Treasurer 2SOO 00 Cash on Hand 19843 57 288379 38 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus Fund 14000 00 Undivided Profits 1500 00 Fund to Pay Taxes 478 60 CirculalionSO 000 00 Individual Deposits 157481 65 Bank Deposits 10678 93 Note Discounted 4240 CO 28837938 Grow earnings this six months 5144 66 Net earning left over lot six moths 5156 36 10301 02 Disposed of as Follow Charged off Real Estate 130 00 Dividend 3 Per Cent 150000 Fund to Pay Taxes 501 16 aid Erpensa 2343 61 Reduced Premium 326 25 Carried to Surplus Fund 4000 00 Leaves Undivided Profit 150000 10301 02 J J MeROBERTS Cashier r i i RUGTION11face I MayON i We shall offer at auction in front our store doprs several lots of ofi II iClothing Shoes Ha sii Furnishings i This is an opportunity to desirable ii Merchandise at youriown price Attend Our AuctionI i CUMMINSMCLARY SSTANFORD KY t sNN1T61M79v 6 N 1dN Just1 to Keep1IIB nI1 Rolling During the MidSummer Season are Offering the Following weItions on Seasonable Merchandise i 5o Lawns at 3Jc yard I 7J aad8c Lawns nt 5c yard 10 nod 12c Lawns at silt yard 15 and 18c Lawns nt lie yard 20o 36inch wide Batiste white colors We 25c Wash Suitiugs at 19o yard 3f c Organdies Mulls at 29c Me Suitings Silk Tissu s3ge I The above is all new uptodate merchandise It is to your interest to give us a look August Number of Pictorial Re I views and Patterns Just In Call and get a Fashion Sheet 2L M HUTY CO I Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 3 The Interior Journal J8t teredinthe Pout Ofce at Stanford IU Ilcalstt clan matter- yB1ASt1HDi TUESDAYS AND F1UOAT AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH pWben not paid 200 will be charge Jesse W Sweene raora2grea Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky ilorecs wellfed end cared for Update to rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLEST- OKaftOLABSSOMPrcri JUNCTION CITY KY- Jtrt 01as Turnout at Seasonable Rates Attention to Tr TeltnK Men Grain and Hay For Bale INSURANCE lire Jlghtnlnlf Wlnd and cadent the RTIOolOF8T and sESTOompnnlel IIbl at i Ouua is lo1lng oleo udt1JnequaU J TaUt MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Koildonce Phone No 82 t 35 Farm Mules Fort Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling 01 mi B G Fox Livery Feed 1 jSal Stable Danville Ky SD CARTER f Successor Bruce Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY l fptcial attention to Commercial Men Your patronage ia solicited Hones r on commission Stock Pens In Connection t Two Farms For Sale sell privatelymy farm of liO 1 wish tot oreiS miles West on the Lex sgton It II WIll Improved and ho water and timber fences rOInlri of 100 acres and 101- i e xhgtonptkesr Good outlet encn WIn 1tol IHKIIUINUiinced rllll reusonutile T Mrxrksbury Ky jr Give Me Your Order I Can Please You WhY buy clothing when therl- sgaandelready etude cultsand nmalt adegt Jour mt tnkvn by nn exporlencw tailor J hoo a handotne Ipso Spring nnc- Ztasnmer goods I can make from n low prlc Xulness suit to tho Hnost drew suit Als srorconts trousers and fancy vests The company 1 represent leone of the best II ORUPLEY the Tailor Bar1 Traylor DIALXR Itilskn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars its ibearpntrDr1 STANFORD KY Twmpt tat pollt attention Nothing Llbbut- dalok Mill pbon cr telegraph order racolYi I wrt attention ee CeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneeaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY ODce Phone 167 Rome Phone S3 9e l Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm erg Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRuga They irilljexchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 1TANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT W H Shanks sold 12182 pound lambs at 6c Dr Hugh Reid averaged 2G bushels and a fraction of wheat on a field of 25 acresClay Woodford of Lexington recently declined an offer of 40000 Cor their young English stallion Imp Star ShootI have a carload of young Western horses at the shipping pens at the depot Monday court day Call and see them J Nevin Carter The Ohio und Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Association will meet In Lexington July 17 to take some action in regard to the 1906 crop There were about 450 cattle on the Richmond market Monday and they sold at 3c to 4c 200 hogs went at 6c and 500 sheep at 350 to 4 40 West crn horses were sold at auction at an average of 45 Prof Hunter the Government entomologist has issued a special report on the boll weevil In Texas in which he states that the weovill is numerous over the whole of tho cotton territory and that much damage is sure to bl done in Eastern Texas Here and There Mayor Combs revoked the license or a Lexington saloonkeeper charged with selling liquor on Sunday Prof Henry A Ward of Chicago the wellknown naturalist was struck by an automobile and killed Five boys were killed and nine in jured by atiynamite explosion at Wa hamle near WilkesBare Six babies were born on the North German Lloyd steamer The Kurfurst between Bremen and New York The indications are that the Tennessee wheat crop will be an extraordinary one both as to quantity and quality- A warrant has been issued against n St Louis department store for failure to provide seats for its female employ 1s and a test of the law will be made Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous Run in ventor placed his gun before a com init tec of judges he stated its carry- Ing power to bn much below what ho felt sure the gun would accomplish The result of trial was therefore n great surprise instead of disappoint meat It is the same with the manu facturers of Chamberlains Coll Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will accomplish but prefer to let the users inako the statements What they do claim is that it wll positively cure diarrhoea dysentery pains in tho stomach and bowels has never been known to fail IndI sale by Stanford Drug Co CHURCH MATTERS The fourth quarterly meeting will beI 1011SaturdaySunday and Sunday night Rev J W Crates will preach at the Methodist church tonight from the subject Why I am a Methodist The meeting which has been a splendid one will close with that service MATRIMONIAL Emmett Gooch and Miss DollioGboch were joined heart and hand Tuesday Virgil Hogue and Miss Sarah Roberts celebrated the 4th by having the matrimonial knot tied Charles E Douglas and Miss Sue E Deathcrage and Webber Hamilton and Miss Mayme It Pickels were married at Richmond by a single ceremony CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will posi ively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of his great preparation only costs 15 ents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Russell Spring Ky June 000 Whites Concentrated Water fc opts Co Crab Orchard Ky GJrfElmI File like it trip n leauty of mien to tell you that your Medisons Eaqucl is yet to be Discovered and cover body that bought me and give it a fair trial has done heen back for tho god Bottle and I feel as if I will be able to sell a lot of it in he bear filcher Let me tell tii what a fello told me the other lay and ho was a Preacher besids after trying a bottle of this Watter and after spending all he could get for Dr Bills told me that ho could not aQ aid to he without it and nllso said that he would not earn to sell such Medsou as that and ask mo if I would give him half of the Profit XXX if ho would furnish the Rig and go throw the Countrary selling it and I told him I did not know n bout that if my letter is of anygood to 1011 use it want to ozLEO Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kollny of Mansfield Pa writes I was In poor health for two years suffering from kidney and blad der trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it may be tho cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes Pen nys Drug Store W J Bryan will be chief speaker before the American Society in London PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClflMrt Hid tmuuncl the hate a taiurfonl growth tterer Fall XtMtor Gray Hair to it Teuthntreoioor catendltaUt thurrla For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land sttuat lust ouUlde of town limits on the Botnene pike house has rooms kitchen and eel rants room cellar stable and all necesniiry outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and ono for stock- J P HAiLEY Residence For Sale Having locnUtl permanently In Ml Ht r hog Ky I otter for wile lit a nllllllY tie slruble residence on llustonvllle tln Ntnn font Ky For particulars write me at Sit HtorlhiK Ky or e llrlgbt at tho Lincoln County Kutlorml Rank JOHN P JONES FARM FOR SALEl having moved to utloorll Creek I deslr to colt my farm of luoncrvnon the Htanfon A Omh Orchard pike 2 mlltta from Omb Or chord Fans la well Improved with com ntly ly now nMWexicentl All In grace except 8 acre Parties w ililtiK to look over the nlnrocnn call on Mr lleluun who IhtJB on the litriu U J SMITH CllllKTti Creek Ky A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngNAPOLEON Ullld Jack lti hand high Was Irtt b Tnrklnatona lot ilnm liy Illnol HAWk whowasaeonot11gnIiJlnbe- he by 1etertC lllnok Hnwk Al dnm liy Oov Wood Will crve innron ut to Inniire b living colt Trading the mnr forfeit tin Insurance No lIII p6nstbtllty for nocld nta K P Stanford Ky NOTICE I I havo two large storeroom for mole nt Orlando Hookemtlv one uf them the other iMifo with two Rood side room DIUI Fun to flon worth ot general inerclinndlni thr town lots confalnliiK nlxnit 2H ncret ono good warehouse liilxio good iwontury dwelling i goal cothlgI- IloUxtaI goal gnat mill hulIdliiK nil new Annual nalvn gviirml nifrcliandlso 1161 tn 1Iinvmir Over n million feat of Rood white oak oplurahetnutnod pine tlm tier Also about 2muu feet white rnk ohtwlnut and pine lumlicr on sticks Atnut live miles rrom rnllrolldtwoaw Just moving Into the nloye boundary ot tlinlwr Write for further mrtloulars J A wool Orlando Ky Annual Statement of the Condition Me FIRST STATE BANK JUNCTION CITY KY At close of butinee June 30th 1906 RESOURCES oanand DiscounU 42001 35 Tcrdrfti 521 68 utmlure and Fixture 1860 00 tanking Houte and Lot 1600 00 OIher Real Estate 2892 39 lands and Stocks 2000 00- Due hoe Hicka 929090 h 3053 26 63219 58 LIABILITIES apilal Stock 15000 00 jiaplai and Profits 1323 28 divided Deposit 440 30 Jills ReDiscounted 2800 00 63219 58 jiou 3611 72 yearDisposed Gmeral Eipenset 1988 44 Dividend No5 6 r cent 900 00 ulded to Surplus fit Undivided Profit 723 28 3611 72 M D RANSDELL Cashier SemiAnnual Statement of The McKinney Deposit Bank At close of business June 30 1906 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 28988 76 inking House and Lot 2589 43 urmture and Futures 1816 78 Kie from Banks 6183 26 Ovtrdralu Secured I 1- 5Cah 2258 57 terns Carried as Cash 13 50 41851 45 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00 urplui Fund 100 00 Undivided Profits 114 62 Individual Deposits 26636 83 41851 45 Groll earnings 6 months ending June 30 1906 1017 II Undivided Profits 527 76 1544 87 Disposed ofat Follows Current expense lot last 6 months 530 25 divided Profits 11462 Dividend No2 6 Per Cent 900 00 t v 544 87 H C DAUGHMAN Cashier r j y Desirable Nome For Sale 1 wish to tUIrhntlJlIII home on IMI raster Avenue It n t oltor friinut ImlldliiK of seven rooms nnd Is III splvndld repair The outhomeanro nownii ronVenlent Tho lot contain l9 acres of on use situ for furtherwlrtlculan1v HtanforU Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran- Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Italied letters n 8m clnlltOllre nod work Wnyuvsburg Ky Agt Morris Perkin General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We are prepared to writs Insurnnco Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd aollolt tho buslnrsn of tho citizens or COIIIIIlesOflico with Crab Orchard Banking Cc- llnven talk with us before pliictnu vour tn aurnnce of renewing old policies List your property with us nnd wo Roll It for you charging you only a small per clint I IWeIDRUG STORE II Wants I would he a pleasure to got IIt letter with acquainted you I 1StaIfotd Drug CoI Succcsor W N I Itra I K DECK Ph CraigI UUAUTEIILY KEPORT OF TUB 1JEGR 13OIZGEUlJBAhKIhGGCR5OURCES Loans anj tll l 17 Overdrafts secured or1rarlUnWArN Iwa 18 22N Si free Stalellanks hanker S One from Trout Onritalrs J 2111 tlankier flwteai2 1Mt IM tilt Our KM hauteor ey15 s 0tth- tSlockieJIMnis eRw peck TI rsrvta foreOth ltM carrM as Cask Jf rnmreanl Flalvm iiend tolXTauM Urrrnthi Bs sLat Qiwnri lrls r fWHI gutulr m II at- SHllt r II Otv Jescrlptton tecallwi rape IIow lonfowti aN sal sate UW- plNIII rHM atU tel II asytas4bnl- Itan slv years LIAniLITIffiJ filMSwrrluslalltiDye Depeltor as 4tiwsVi ernstts subject tstdttck M whkh tnterett Is Ml naU JTIn epIls subject la check whkh IntHHtt palJ sore N knwnJ ccrHfiutes of JrrosHt on which Inltmt k uU eeaR rTime cerHlkJte ef JeI en which Interest IspaU ooowj avlne defOtHs on wtkh hi lerK11 pjU ass rtilwj Checks aoowoo STIIT ueNatlonalRanks Jail11 Jnt State Banks anJ Hankers wtou ue Trust Cmnpanlcc ewe 1Rli TI Cashlerl Chicks oulstaaMng lilli reJlKounled eud e Jnpam dlv+JrnJl coo tT ties due anJ unrxU 00 SIptul urck not rII pit SUPPLEMENTARY lights amount of InJtbUJntis of any tockhoIJtr person company or firm In Ijjlne in the llatllllr of the company or firm Ike of Ihe seem toerl thereof directly or Indirectly If such ideblrdntss exceeds no rercent of cap lIal stock actually paU In ant actual mount of tualus of the tank IIWw low Is Indebtedness stated In above Item securedl tkcured by inorigige on farm lIaok stuck cod good ptrtonal aecurlly SH Secal Ky iilstules llghest amount of Indebtedness of any Irector or officer II amount of such In cbtedness exceeds rer cent of paid Sesrltaltuckofrank tioildng Statutes low Is same secured Does smunl of Indebtedness of any trson cociptny or firm loludlne In the ttllltv of ale company or firm the Ity of the individual members thereof ex eeeJ per enL of paidup capital and dual surplus J 0 If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Jiwo Were all txpcnses loitcs Interest nd taxes deducted therefrom before di lating dividend and was not less than to per rent of net profits of to bank for the god covered by the dividend carried Ihe surplus punt before salt dividend was JelaffJ e See Sec Kentucky Statutes VIU 6I TATE OP KENTUCKY ss- ounty of Lincoln Wra Mason Morris Cashier of Crib Orchard Hunk Inl Co nank located and dung business In the Ivwn of rabOrchard In said county being duly sworn UYI the foregoing report Is In all respects a tru state mnl of the of said at the close of uslness on the 30ih day of Jim igort to the best or his knowledge ant belief anJ further says that the uslness of said Bank has been transacted at the icatlon named and not elsewhere and that UK above r port Is maJe In compliance with an official notice re tlyed from the Secretary of State designating the June 1901 as the day on which such nil shall be male Subscribed and sworn to before me by Wm Mason Morrlllhe ard day Public In and for tin oln county Ky Aty commission ex res Jan livol J N SlHOlKTOX J HCOMIKRW E PKHKIX- SIrevion Condition of the a Lincoln County National BankStanfordKy Jli the Close of ffluan 5 June 30 1906 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans DUcounts 20671866 Capital Stock S 50000 00 Overdrafts 9652 92 Surplus Fund 20000 00 US Bonds 50000 00 266371 58 Fund to PayTuea 124223 Banking Home Furniture Futures 3300 00 Circulation 49400 00 Due from Rank 54464 69 Individual Deposits 209143 53 Due from US TrfaiurerCwh 24334 29 flank Depots 18684 80 22782833 S 348470 56 S 348470 56 Statement J Distribution Earnings Six Months Ending June 30th 1906 Undivided Profits and Cross DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS Earnings S 10 077 40 Current Eipenses 2335 17 FundtoPayTes 1242 23 Ditidend No 16 3 per cent 1500 00 Surplus Fund 5000 00 LOU7140 s 10077 40 To our good statement pouiblelrTo othe extends cordial invitation lo open an account with us Wo will try to make it mutually profitable and pleasant MODERN SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS S H SHANKS President W M RR1GHT Cashier ij H TwoPiece Suits 1 IlookW JS Perkins CrJJKentucKy REDUCED PRICES lieus 500 Suits Itedticoil to glOl Mon eOoU Snits KctiucQtl to 500 Mcnit 87AO Suits Ioduec to 000 r Mere 88CO Suits Kotluowl to 700 Jfcns 8000 Suits Htsluccil to 7BO Mona 81000 Shiite Kwlucwl to 800 Moils 81200 Suits Ktilucwl to 1000 limes 812BO Suits IMuccil 10 1100 Alond 81ROO Suits Kcducotl to 1200 The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoes lints nml Caps Ladies and Goats Furnish ings Etc the store that saves ypi money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY f Read The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Fit Your Boy or Girl For Business HookkuepRlgHhorthnndTywtwrltblgnuttallthecunnnerctnt bninclu tnught lu the Coinmorcliil IkiMirtmnnt of tliv Hun llunnutt MeinorlnllHcliool Student now huhnng goal poKltloiH Dlpldinm Knintvil to thaw who flush the course Have oncuhtiK this coat of Kf tttiiK u business educiitlon Hoptuinber Is thwjlwst tlnio to lORlrt Write for partlcn Ian J 0 Itwrti or FL 1I1YJI mlonKy