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S THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 2 1907 NO 35 I MIDDLEDURG Sheriff Wells and Deputy Jallpr Way man arrested Hill Turpin Saturday and lodged him in jail Turpin has ed his tradewhisky sellingIn this and Russell counties and has given tho peoplo along the lino dividing the two counties a good deal of trouble We are glad to know that ho Is behind the barsMrs Jennie Scott of Sodalia Mo is hero for a lengthy visit to relative Mrs Scott left hero some 20 years aKO r and this Is her second visit to her ok home It seem that the good Lord has dealt kindly with her for she looks not a day older than when aho left W T Royalty has returned from Somerset Miss Stella Compton has been employ ed to teach the school in the district or the Liberty pike Mrs Eliza Estes of Somerset is visiting tho family of J A ElItes Dr L II Hammonds of Dunnville was hero Thursday Rev J L Owens passed through hero Thuzi day en route to Pleasant Point to attend the fifth Sunday meeting Tho meeting at the Baptist church dosed Thursday night There wero 43 additions 38 by baptism Rev W G Tilfonl baptized the converts In the river hero Thursday morning in the pres once of the largest concourse of people ever assembled on n similar occasion The meeting was n remarkable one owing to tho great Interest manifested The day services were well attended which Is not usually the case whilo at night the crowd could not always be seated Bro E W Cokely by his able and earnest preaching endeared him self to our people many of whom shed tears at with him Ho went from hero to Lcltchficld where ho be gan a meeting Sunday The Man ehlndIIn almost every newspaper you up you are pretty euro to find a lot of gush about the man behind tho count er and the man behind tho gun the man behind the buzz saw and tho man behind tho sun the man behind the times and the man behind his rents the man behind tho plowshare and the man behind the fence the man behind the kodak and the man behind the ban the man behind his whiskers and the man behind his flats and everything Is entered on tho list But theyve skipped another fellow of whom nothing hits been saidthe fellow who is oven a little bit ahead who pays for what he gets whose bills are always signed lies a blamed more Important than the man who is behind All tho editors and merchants and tho whole commercial clan are Indebted for existence to this t honest fellowman Ho keeps us all Ir business and his town is never dead do we take off our hats to the man who is ahcaji St Louis and Canadian Pho tographej aBest Medicine In the World foi Colic and Diarrhoea I find Chamberlains Colic Chop lira nod Diarrhoea Remedy to bo tic host remedy In tho world sqyn Mr C L Carter of Sklrum Ala I am a ubjoctto colic and diarrhoea Last spring it seemed as though I would die and I think I woujd If I hadnt taken Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I havnt beer troubled with it since until this week when I had a very severe attack nnd took half a bottle of the 25 cent size Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I fool like a new man For sale all druggists The Negro was conspiclous by his absence in the recent Republican Stat convention and it looked like a concert cd plan among the federal machine tc climate the colored man and brother al together Having ridden him for year into office they now feel that they can turn him out to grass Hut will ho re- mainj in their pasture will prove a vital d question before NovemberFrank fort Journal Take theP sWard for It Mr F M Hamilton postmaster ut Chorryvalo Jnd keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines Ho says Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy Is standard hero in Its line It never fails to give satisfaction nnd wo could h urdly afford to bo without it For sale by all druggists Tho hearing of evidence in the case of Sheriff Shippnt Chattanooga Tenn has closed All other proceedings in tho caso will be hold before tho United States Supremo Court in Washington Constipation For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stom Y- etuch and Liver tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of tho bowels without any dlsugrcoablootTcct Price 25 cents Samples free All druggists MATRIMONIAL At Science Hill Prof Marcus Dod son was married to Miss Lucile Denton The marriage of Miss Martha Elkii and Mr E P Halley of California was one of the handsomest weddings eve celebrated in the Christian church Tho music was rendered by Mr Dilly West at the organ and MM Juliet Hog era as soloist Mrs Rogers sang several beautiful songs which were greatly appreciated and enjoyed Tho ceremony took place at 11 oclock and tho church was crowded with a fashionable company The decorations were mos effective and It was conceded th church never before looked so festive The minister of tho Christian church Eld F M Tinder officiated assisted by Eld Henry Halley brother of the groom The bride entered with her father tho groom being accompanied by Mr Nathan Elliot Tho ushers wore Messrs R L Elkin J Y Rot Inson Theo Curry and Carlton Elkin Tho bride looked handsome In a cham pugne silk with gloves hat and shoes to match Her bouquet was bride roses The bride is a very clover accomplished and n most estimable young woman Her many friends hero wish her ever happiness in her new life Tho groom is a very popular man and held in great esteem Tho wedding gifts were ex tremely handsome and tho fair bride was most generously remembered Mr and Mrs Halley left immediately on their bridal tour They will return here for a visit before going to Califor nia to reside Lancaster Record HIGHLAND Thomas Butt is preparing to move his mill to Ottenhelm Horn to the wife of J B Floyd a boy Mrs Rube Milton has been quite sickElder Carr failed to fill his appoint ment at Mt Moriah Sunday Elbert Young has been preaching at the school house at nights this week School will begin at the Mt Morlah school house next Monday Miss Fannie Hatfield will bo the teacher Miss Ora Williams of Eubanks will teach our school- J F Cash of Mlddleburg was hero selling DiiTees soap Harlan Carrier is working for the Monarch Book Co J M Cook has been putting some im provements on his house Miss Bessie King has returned from Barbourville J Wash Cook was at homo from Som erset Sunday Mrs MaryGraybeal has gone to visit her daughter Mrs Mug gie Terry at Walton Miss Mamie Chestnut of Somerset Is with her grandmother Mrs Ruhany Young Misses Maud Wesley of Bethel Ridge Eliza Thompson and Dessle Harrington of Newell Maud and Birdie Brown of Pleasant Point were guests of Misses Fannie and Eflle Young Ezra Estes visited his cousin Miss Acton Mrs J C Elder has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives at Bee Lick Miss Eva Singleton of Ktngsvillespent several days with Mrs Joe Skidmore Mr Napier and family visited Mrs Na piers parents at Gum Sulphur Arch Bastin and wife of Pittsburg are vis- Iting W S Bastin and family- OTTENHEIM Thomas Butt is setting his mill or the pike above Skelton Colemans and will bo ready for business in about II days Mice Margaret Livingston who has been ill for some time is convalescing Hiram Kidd formerly of this place but now of Somerset Is quite ill Gray Boone who has been working In tho machine shops at Somerset has agreed to run the thresher engine for his brother T M Boone during the threshing season Since our last writing Elmore Slier and Miss Nannie Woods sprung a surprise by eloping to Jcllico and marry ing The groom Is n brakeman on the K C railroad with headquarters at Paris and Is a steady young man His bride is a handsome young Ows lexNewland spent Sunday with W T u A Memorable Day Ono of the days wo remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health Is the one on which we becamo acquainted with Dr kings New Life Pills tho painless purifiers that euro headache and biliousness and keep tho bowels right 25c at Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Services next Sunday morning and evening at tho Presbyterian church by the pastor Morning subject The Triumph of the Covenant Evening ubect Christ at home to tho Needy meeting Wednesday eve ning at the Christian church Leader Rev Clarence W F Daniels During the summer kidney Irregularities are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to tho kidneys atonco by usjng Foloys Kidney Cure G L Penny NEWS NOTES firjIngRegister says 100 Paducah people have been operated on in that city for appendicitis since the first of this year Passing of sentence on Mayor Eugeni Schmitz of San Francisco convicts of extortion in the Feench restauran cases was postponed until July 6 Tho Court of Appeals adjourned Fri day for the summer vacation after hav ing decided more cases in six month than over before in the history of the courtiH U Miner formerly of Kentucky sheriff of Johnson county Neb was shot and fatally wounded by ft despern do whom ho had attempted to arrest on- a forgery charge According to officials of the Treasury Department tho manufacture of trunks with false bottoms for the purpose ol smuggling valuables into this country has developed into a thriving industry Judge John Daugherty who was selected to try the last of the cases against James Hargis at Sandy Hook has told Gov Oeckham that he does not care to preside and a new judge will be named by the Governor At a special meeting of the directors of the Etizabethtown Lexington and Dig Sandy Railroad Company In Lex ington the formal transfer of the stock of that load was made to the Chesa peake and Ohio Railroad Company Secretary Taft Ina statement de clares that the reports as to any dissatisfaction on the part of tho admin istration of affairs in the Panama canal arc false as are also reports of the in tention of any of the officers to resign Indictments charging conspiracy and forgery against George R Scrugham manager of the International Policyholders Committee and Charles S Stirrup an employe of the committee were returned by the New York grand juryWill A Young attorney for the Harglscs charged with the murder of Dr B D Cox was in Lexington where he met his clients He says any Judge will satisfy them so long as he is hon est and he believes both sides will be ready at Sandy Hook when the case is Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment against James Hargis and Ed Callahan In favor of Mrs A Mar cum amounting to 3000 and says that it failed to find an error in the record Mrs Mnrcum sued for the murder of her husband James 0 Marcum at Vaughn and Edward Raymond convicts sentenced to the penitentiary from St Louis and George Ryan a convict sentenced from Kansas City were hanged in the county jail at Jef ferson City Mo for killing Prison Guard John Clay during a concerted at tempt to escape from the pcitcntiary Judge Wood made a ruling in the Huywood case which may materially limit the latitude of the defense in producing evidence to show a mine owners conspiracy against the Western Feder ation of Miners This ruling limits the proof to events In Colorado and the Coenr dAlenes connected with the case as now established- E H Harriman the millionaire railroad magnate was arrested by Government officials on the Thames river near New London for persistently get ting on the course in his launch when the YaleHarvard boat race was being run Mr Harriman was later released but his boat was tied up Yales crew won the race after a magnificent strug blo by a boats length amid intense enthusiasmJohn a Negro preacher made an application to the jailer at Montgomery Ala to bo allowed to die on the gallows for his brother David beingJulyto heaven and his brother being a bad man might not His sacrifice would have a tendency to convert his brother and both would thus get to heaven The offer of tho Negro caused a wave of sympathy for both him and the condemned man and a petition is being cit culated asking the governor to commute tic sentence The Doctor Away from Home when Most Needed People are often very much disap pointed to tlnd that their family phy slolan is away from homo whoa they most need his services DIsoasos liko ramp cello nnd cholera morbus re quire prompt treatment and have In sassy Instances proven fatal befpro meillelno could bo procured or a pity iiclan summoned Tho right way is to keep at hand a bpttlo of Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Hem jdy No physician can prescribe abet tor medicine for these diseases By liavlnpt m the houso you escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy It now It may save life For sale by all druggists Babbitts Babblings After the judge had refused to allow bail in a certain homicide about an hour afterward he said I should like to hear from Col Babbitt on this ques tion of ball Babbitt arose and said May it please your Honor as Rob crt Emmett said to the English judges I know I can say nothing that can niter the predetermination of your Honor to retain my client In his lonely cell but I shall quote a few paragraphs from tho Magna Charter of our rights and liberties whose progenitor was James Madison the fourth president of tho United States That great bulwark of our national life and individual liberty be gins its wonderful course by saying We the people of tho United States in order to form a more perfect union to establish justice to insure domestic tranquility provide for the common de fense to promote tho general welfare and to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and to our posterity do or dain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America Now your Honor one of the cardinal gems in this casket of priceless jewels says all offenses shall be bailable with suf ficient surety except capital offenses where the proof is evident or presump tion great What are capital offens es 1 Where in the days of beheading the criminal lost his head Proof is evident from the Latin VIDEO to see and E from such an atrocious taking of human life with such circumstances of cruelty that from the circumstances standing around and throwing light up on the horrid crime that all mankind could See that the vile wretch had for cited the right to life and liberty Presumption great PRE before and SUMO to take Where a bare recital of the bloody deed and its circumstances seized upon and took possession of the senses of the hearer upon recital only without further investigation in such a caso the books say no security- is equal to the four walls of a prison and of what benefit is it to the public to seize the goods of the sureties of the murderer himself escape with impun ity But in this case a street duel in which no atrocity is shown no undue advantage is taken there is no proof is evident no presumption great The intention of bail is to have the prisoner forthcoming for trial and in all cases where the atrocity of the crime does not forbid bail should be allowed Here in this case there is such a con filet of testimony that both parties may have been in some fault or the defend ant may have been entirely without fault and surely the humanity and noble generosity of the law will give the prisoner the benefit of a reasonable doubt that should have wrought his ac quitat on his trial The issue should not have been who shot first Often if wait for your foe to shoot first you wont shoot at all Here the court bowedAfter closing his speech which was much more than the above the court said If I had not already refused bail in this case I should allow the de fendant bail but as it is I hate to re verse myself so suddenly FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT War Against Consumption- All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption tho white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by tak tag some unknown preparation when Foloys Honey and Tar is safe and certain In results The genuine Is In a yellow package G L Penny Reggy Frappo Yes I met the chaw ming Miss Flasher when she was on her tour and she asked me for my pic picture weally Miss Tabasco Yes I heard her say she was collecting pictures of all the curious objects she ran across in this country Chicago News An Indiana man has just died from the effects of a hens peck Unfortu nately the other kind of hen pecking toes not kill It just makes life miser able and causes the unfortunate to long for any kind of death Frankfort Jour nal Stimulation Without Irritation That Is tho watchword That is what Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does Cleanses and stimulates the rowels without irritation In any form G L Penny The American sweet tooth during the past yoareonumed 6600000000 pounds- oC 800000000 Is 76 pounds put year for every resident Penny has just l revolved another shipment of Ilyomol tho catarrh euro that Is sold under guarantee of costs lathing unless it cures It Como In and see It G L Penny Greece is said to be tho poorest country of total amounts to 1000000000 about half that of Switzerland MEET MEAT THE THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR At Stanford Ky July 17 18 and 19 07 Liberal Premiums In All Rings storms Military Band Will Furnish the Music A B Bonta the Celebrated Perryville Ca terer will furnish a fine dinner each daye Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings EachI Day of Fair Write for Catalogue S T HARRIS J F CUMMINS President Secretary the Lincoln County national Bank or Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSll J B Ovvsloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walker TraylorGilbertsH Cummins PreacheraVille L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky First National BankStantbrd Ky CapItal Stock 50000- Thlslnstltutlonworiglnally eitkbllihed M the Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858 then reorganized ai the National Dank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganized ai the First National nark of Stanford In 1999 haYing had practically an unlnUir rupted exlsteace for to year It Is better supplied now with faclllttes for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicitedi Officers 3 HOOKER Preit BT HARRIS V Pre J S MOROBERTS Ohr W H WEAKEN Am Ohri V Reid DanTllle 8 T Hurls Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKInney M D Elmore Stanford S H Baughman Stanford r T R urn Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Baughman Stanford J 8t Pettus Stanford OETate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stoyo with tho largest oven that you over saw and some other extra good fuatnrps combined with n firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you are ill noel of a Cook Stove io not fail to see mo before you buy All kinds Pump front 159 up toJ 81f 0 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber W B McRobertsDRUGGIST Directors I Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded L r The Interior Journal Co WALTON rEJ T ROBERTS Ii cnndldftte for Mnglttrnte in the Crab IMttrlct to theOrchard t etlonol the democratic pnrty J MOSER 1Isncandidate for Jnller of Lincoln OUllty action of the lJeJl10crnti- cparty L M BRUCE n candidate for jailer of Lincoln county fiIsrty to the notion of the Itemocrnt c JAMES C HAYS Is candidate for Jailer of Democraticenbjvct to the notion of the party D C ALLEN IK a candidate for Asvstor ot Lincoln eoun ty subject to the action of the 1 1II0crlltic party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck L ham For Goverhbr S W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendricks For State Superintendent Schools M OWlnfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W NewmanIFor LIeutenant Governor South Trimble For AuditorII M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vreejand For TreasurerRuby LaffoonJ If For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B ChenaultCFor of Lincoln count tyW H ShanksI1 TilE Baptist Convention at Mayfield endorsed the appointment of Mr RC W Bingham as mayor of Louisville by is the following resolution Whereas It r has come to our ears that this day Gov J C W Beckham has in response to the moral sentiment of the good people of Louisville appointed Mr R W Bingham to the office of mayor of Louis ville made vacant by the recent de cision of the Court of Appeals There fore be it resolved That it is the sense of the Kentucky Baptist General As sociation in convention assembled that he has in so doing done honor to him self to his high office and to the moral sentiment of Kentucky which calls and calls loudly for the enforcement of the law The gratitude of the body is hereby expressed to the Governor and the sentiment expressed that we expect from his appointee an administration commending itself to all right thinking people TilE republican platform Recently promulgated dodges the Sabbath observance issue and but weakly refers to the County Unit local option statute In endorsing that measure it endorses a democratic law The democratic par ty needs no platform upon that subject The record of what it has accomplished is told by President Adams of the Anti J Saloon League in a report just made That record is County Unit law be came operative June 11 1906 time the sale of liquor was prohibitedt in 58 counties Since that date 32 counties have voted out liquor making a total of 90 dry out of a total of 119 counties in the State In the 32 coun ties 230 saloons were closed All fondest hopes of the past years haveI been realized says Dr Adams and the work has gone so far beyond our expectations that we have been amazed at the result This is the democratic partys platform on the liquor question r TilE lid was on tight in Louisville Sunday and it is regarded as the most successful attempt ever made to close the saloons on Sunday Four sa loonkeepers were arrested for selling in toxicants and will be cited to appear to show cause why their licenses should 4not be revoked Liquor was sold at the in pleasure parks which are in the county and they did a rushing business large crowds being in attendance at botht Gov BECKIIAM appointed Robert W Bingham mayor of Louisville Accord ing to reports it is expected that a lid on order will be the first official act of Mr Bingham when he assumes his new office Mr Binghams appointment came as a surprise to democrats inI Louisville and over the State generally The appointee Will county attorney He is is 34 years old a North Carolinian byJ birth and is a graduate of the Univer sity of Virginia and Ann Arbor THE coroners job in Alleghany of county Pa is a good one Within the last year there have been 2660 unnatural is deaths 1919 due to accidents in mines or mills In the mills most of the deaths were caused by contact with molten metal and by explosions in the blast furnaces In the mines gas explosions the falling in of supt ports and like results of carelessness 0 were the chief causes of the fatal acv cidentseGov BECKIIAM appointed Walter P d Lincoln a wellknown attorney judge of Jefferson county Mr Lincoln is a prominent democrat of the Falls City and a fine business man His wife waa Miss Ida Adams of Mt Vernon for Hwrly a frequent visitor to this city IIL iI 1 POLITICAL Hoke Smith was inaugurated governor of Georgia Saturday- It is probable that Brig Gen William P Hall who is Senator Blacki burns soninlaw will bo promoted to Adjutant General of the army next fall Representative Tawney of Minneso ta says that the Democrats of Minnesota seem bent on presenting Gov Johnsons name for the presidential nominationA lawyer of Indian Territory now in Washington declares that the new Constitution for Oklahoma is a model one and that a great majority of the voters will uphold it Pennsylvania Democrats in convenl tion at Harrisburg nominated l Harman of Columbia county for State Treasurer and tabled a resolution in dorsing W J Bryan for President Morefield Story of Boston and Congressman Bourke Cockran of New York made speeches at the Jamestown Exposition Saturday incident to the celebration of Commonwealth day1 Representative Adolph Meyer of Louisiana has announced his intention of making an effort to have the name of Jefferson Davis reinscribed on the bridge which spans Cabin Johns creek about six miles above Washington In an address on Stainless Flag at Nashville former United States Senator E W Carmack predicted that persons now living will see the day when the saloon is outlawed in every State in the Union A Middlesboro dispatch says The Republicans of the 11th district are not happy In fact the turning down Byerly by Ernst and other machine has made them very sore One the most prominent leaders said this morning The Republican voe in the 11th will fall off 6000 from the vote four years ago and I should not be surprised if the entire Democratic ticket elected by 30000 Additional Local TilE case of John Simpson was re versed by the Court of Appeals Simpson was sent up for 21 years from Gar rard charged with complicity in the murder of Bud Casey NOTICE Masons of Crab Orch ard will erect a twostory concrete building Parties interested will getI full information by calling on or writing before July 4th to Geo B Lyne chairman Building Committee MB W H SHANKS who will represent Lincoln county in the next Gen eral Assembly is one of the incorpora- tors of the laundry at Stanford This assures that at least one member will come here next winter with a biled shirt onFrankfort Journal I WILL sell privately one twohorse wagon Old Hickory one McCor- mack mower one McCormack hay rake two No 20 Oliver Chilled plows two smoothing harrows corn planter eight sets of gear All comparatively new Will sell at a bargain jf sold at once J Spears Moreland Ky ATTORNEY GEORGE B SAUFLEY of Stanford was hero yesterday to get mandate in the case of James Kennedy charged with murder the judgment in whose case the Court of Appeals recently reversed granting him new trial after conviction and sentence to the penitentiary for life Mr Sauf ey says that Will II Shanks the Dem ocratic nominee is certain to be elected to represent Lincoln county in the next Legislature He is inclined to think that Mr Shanks will have no opposi tion but is confident that he will defeat whoever may be named against him Frankfort Journal ATTENTION TURNPIKE CONTRACTORS Bear in mind that all stone must be put on the turnpikes before the 1st day of January 1908 and all gravel must be put on on or before the 15th day of Oc tober 1907 The contractor stipulates his bond to pay 5 a day for each and every day after said dates he may have ailed to comply with this stipulation of he bond as liquidated damages Before beginning work each contractor will notify Samuel Dudderar the su ervisor Gilberts Creek Lincoln coun ty Ky who will either in person measure your wagon beds and direct where the metal is to be spread or have one f his assistants there to measure the wagon beds and direct where the metal to be put R C Warren Judge une 25 1907 A WORLDS FAIR FEATURE WITH HAAGS TRAINED ANIMAL SHOW One the many features of Haags Mighty Trained Animal Shows which will exhibit in Stanford Wednesday July 10 the wonderful performance of Prof lien Valenduck who is beyond all question the most fearless of all wild animal trainers At each performance he will demonstrate that marvelous con ol he has over these ferocious beasts r the jungle by entering the cage ith Wallace the largest and most fe Icious black maned African lion on trth and giving the most daring mth defying and sensational performances ever witnessed This is the same man the same lion and the same act 11Worldsengaged as a special feature with Haags Mighty Trained Animal Shows j Jto ENCLOSED find 1 for the I J another year It is a great pleasure tl read it twice a week On the 8th of I will have done six years In tho penitentiary I hope I will soon get a pardon I am working 73 men in a shoe shop and am getting along nicely We guards get 75 a month all time count cd no reduction for sickness also get a vacation each year at full pay but oldJCity Mo iBANK DIVIDENDS The Lincoln Coun ty National Bank made an excellent showing the past six months the earn- ingsj being 820998 paid all expenses and taxes and carried to surplus 3000 after paying a 3 per cent dividend The First National Bank also did splen didly earning 521611 paid all ex penses and taxes and carried a small amount to surplus after paying a 3 percent dividend The National Rank of Hustonville usually presents a good statement and it did not disappoint its patrons this time It paid allexpenses and taxes carried 050 to surplus and declared a 5 per cent dividend The total amount of the three National Banks individual deposits is 56218727 CHURCH MATTERS Rev C C Brown of Lancaster will preach at Walnut Flat at 330 Sunday afternoonThere be a memorial service at Mt Olive church next Sunday at 11 o clock of Peyton Petrcy Eld J G Livingston will conduct the service The skating rink has been rented by Rev 0 M Huey for the months of July and August There will be a tracted meeting held there most of time Somerset Times theI H B Fleece of Louisville was ed president of the Epworth League at the conference in Cloverport Hender son was selected as the place for hold ing next years meeting- A Speaker at the recent Presbyterian General Assembly said The minister is idolized at 30 criticised at 40 ostra cised at 50 Oslerized at 60 and canon ized at 70if he survives The corner stone of the Methodist Episcopal Church South at Dawson Springs was laid by the pastor theIRev S E Ragland in the presence large audience last week Rev Dr T T Eaton pastor of the Walnutstreet Baptist church and ed- Itor of the Western Recorder died Sat urday at Grand Junction Tenn fol lowing a stroke of apoplexy which ho suffered the night before while on his way South to lecture- Notice Butchers t highGood refrigerator mid b feet at n bargain n lot o- fuutciiertools MAnHALIlleutttlnHuatonvlllu Ky LN TIMETABLE NoSlHonth lltJl rNo tn south liunr M No rt North 4Art A No n North SilT r JOS S RICE Agent 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Hcprc tented Jesse D Wearen The Insurarice Man Phone 2JJ STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for Salel I wish to nirffnrns almiles wiit of HuitonvllitM mile from and rurpn comilittiiK 0I lt4acre4 of rich ttlrltntlOnl iirnii or tutMrco laud nil In gmst This farm can U equally illvldcl to mlviintnge n n to Jmve n gootl ibvplllnu on each also neeessnry outbulliliiiKi The form Inn almost In n Miunrti only otu nngle In tines There lire three stock rll i good tulwceo torn S stntds tnnnt goat wRhr In every lietd sixthroughsprings with sinuous running whole tract J HTKKLK CUHIRXTBH Hintonvlllo Ky FOR SALE IiA fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is fine hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellar etc Two stock barns one new stock barn he farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike near town and school This is aft upto date place and will be sold at a bargain it sold within the next 60 days J cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown ICy June 7 1007 One drop of B41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken Instantly When fed In the feed or water It Is the best preventive I have ever used- 1VILLCOOMEs B41144 is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Houp and Limber neck Prlco 60 cents No cure no pay COMING I COMING In all Its Magnificent Splendor to Stanford Wednesday July 10th naagsMighlg Train ed Animal Shows The Largest the Grandest the Best and the Only Big Show Coming this Year The Event of the Season Unprecedented and I Vast Collection of Entirely New Features A Herd of Performing Elephants A Drove of Camels Dromadaries Zebues Emues Yuks and Sacred Cattle The great est array of talent ever assembled under can vas Grand display of amazing and difficult Athletic Acrobatic and Feats by a company of celebrated international cham caravan of wild and rare an imals Many massive dens and cages of Lions Tigers Leopards and other rare beasts of the jungle famous for their beauty ferocity and scarcity 3 Bands of Music 3 10 Americas Funniest Clowns JO 40 Smallest Ponies on Earth 40 Spectacular Free Street Pa rade at 130 PaM The most gorgeous pageant of modern times A glistening scintillating mile of pro cessional amazement Two performances daily at 2 and 8 P M Ir j J WALK OVERSh- oes r rand Oxfords Wear as long as any bodys and look just a little neater a little prettier fit a little better and their styles a little more pronounced in dull and shiny leathers at t 35O 4 and 5 1 4- LADIESMis- sesand Childrens Low Shoes in White Vici and Patent Kids light and heavy soles straight and swing lasts in Pumps Oxfords ann Buttons Jj thetllliw H J McROBERTS f STANFORD KENTUCKY How to Keep- Cool I Xo doubt this worries you a great deal but nil you have to do is to try some of our Talcum Powders I We have it at 10 10 and 25 cents PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky New Drug Lawtom As passed by Congress under the Pure Food Act of June 3 1906 has not effected our business We adopted our motto Only the Bestlong before Congress thought of such an Act Call on us for fresh Colgans Taffy Tolu and Dr Hass stock and chicken powders LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists ParisCreen r t When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price I t STANFORD DRUG CO White Goods Specials sw- Thin is a white goods fteaeou and to make this sale doubly interesting we offer many pccial values in White Good 80inch nil linen Suiting lOc 10 Patterns Fancy White Goods Oc 250 yards 1crsinn Lawn lie I 250 yards lOinch India LinenOc HUll red of other good things STANKOUD KY JULY 2 190 fTnY some of Pennys Ice Cream Soda Re Sundaes lOc SuNsnIfE Finlah will make old furniture look lIko neW Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS t Miss BEULAII CARSON went up ta Crab Orchard yesterday Miss SUSAN HI8LE of Madison was the guest of Mn E P Woods MRS EtJZA BLAIN and Miss Kath Gentry visited Danville friends Ieflno MATTIE MAY LEAVELL of Is with Miss TVvis CA- rpenter MRS WALTER WOHSHAM of Corbln attended the burial of Mr 0 J Crow yesterday Joe LYNN CoFFCY went to Livingston Saturday to play ball Fred Garnet nccompanlodhlm Mn JOHN II METER wife and baby of Danville passed up to Brodhead Friday to visit relatives- I Miss BESSIE ENOUEMAN went to Knxvillc Saturday to join a Jamestown Exposition party MC WHEAT of Gainesville Texas his mother Mrs Lizzie r U vUUtaR Wheat at Mlddleburg Miss KITTY SMITH of ML Vernon was hero Saturday returning from a to Liberty friends ftvisit Warren Grigsby Chapter U D meet this afternoon with Mrs J W Alcorn at 3 oclock who now resides SCHANZENIIACH Mn E r In Cleveland 0 If mingling with old friends at Ottcnhclm bias F D SAMISON and Miss Mag gio Sampson of Barbourvllle are guests of Miss Minnlo Woods SHAP AND ROWAN WEDD of Knox- I vlllc are with their grandparents Judge and MnM C Sauttoy SAM M OWENS ono of Lincoln coun f tys mst prominent men was In the city several days Somerset Times Mn L M WB8TEUFIBLD and family have returned to Livingston after a visit to Mr and Mn W D Elmore L WAUNER ofMR AND MRS K Anderson Ind arrived yesterday to spend a few week with his parent I here MRS GRANT NORTH of Hustonvlllo who has been with relatives at Middles boro returned yesterday Mr North met her here MR E 11 LYLE of the faculty of Memorial School at Lon- 4don Sue Bennett was here in the interest of that In r Btltution Saturday Mns JOSEPH BALLOU accompanied Mrs Ernest Warren to ii her daughter Mlddlcsboro yesterday and will spend a few day with her MRS LUUA CORMINBY and children and Miss Mollie Daugherty have return ed from a visit to friends in Louisville and Southern Indiana Miss MATTIE HAYS OWSLEY arrived from Columbus Ga Friday She and Miss Pearl Burnside are at Crab Orch ard Springs for tho Summer MESSRS MCKOBERTS AND DlIXEHAY and Misses Read and Mahan were among those from Danville who attend cd the rink hero Saturday night MRS 11 R BRIGHT of Mt Sterling J E Portman of Louisville and W B Portman of Lexington attended f the burial of Mrs Bobert Fenzel Sunday MRS L B GIVENS and little daugh ter Virginia will leave next week for the Jamestown Exposition Washington City and Virginia Beach Harrodsburg J Democrat Uav R B MAHONY is back from Louisville where he has been for a month or more under a specialist Ho is greatly improved in both health and AND FLOSSIE the i pretty daughters of Mitchel Taylor of Danville are visiting their grandpar eats Mr and Mrs J M Tilford Liberty News Miss MABELLB RYAN entertained last f evening in honor of Miss Kathryn Hall of lIuston lIe Ky The evening was pleasantly spent with games and music Refreshments were served in the dining artistically decoratroom which was ed in gold and black the class colors of Miss Hall who recently graduated trom the high school of her home town Upon leaving the dining room each guest was handed a souvenir of the oc casion tied with gold and black ribbon Mr B A Bookman entertained a num bJof his friends last evening In honor Miss Kathryn Hall of Hustonvlllo Freeport Illinois Daily Journal e MR U T LEWIS is clerking for w1 H Higgins Miss TRAYNOR of Danville is with Miss Ella May Saunders Miss PATSY PIIEWITT of Lexington Is with Miss Tcvis Carpenter RICHARD HAMPTON Is spending a few days with the homefolks here MR E T CARTER of Evansville Ind has joined his wife and son here MISSES MARIE MAIIONY and Adclo Feland are attending a house party at Bradfordsvllle REV B J PINKERTON of Lexington is hero In the Interest of Campbell Hagorman College MRS LENA JUERGENS of Cincinnati attended the burial of her sisterinlaw Mrs Robert Fenzel Sunday Littl Katherine Fenzel returned home with her yesterday and will spend some time there vLOCALS How are you going to spend the glorious fourth JUST cater American fenc- Ing Geo Farris 10 PER CENT oil for cash at Tiibble Hughes Dry Goals Store FOR Deering mowersbinders and hay rakes go to J L Beazley Co THE three Danville papers have merged and the Advocate is now It Tin tax books are now ready Please call and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff D C SIPPLE of Jumbo has 200 or 300 locust posts 31 to 4 inches at top for sale Miss MAUDE HATFIELD begun school at Mt Xenia yesterday with a good at tendance GREAT reductions at Tribble Hughes Dry Goods Store for the next 30 daysGi good dinner the Stanford fair Mr Bonta the Penyvillo cater er will furnish It MARSHALL STONE and Claiborne Walton won the threelegged race at the rink Saturday night PURE white clover comb honey As nice as a mortal ever saw at 121c per pound II J McRobcrts yTilE Lancaster fair catalogue is out and it a daisy We congratulate Brer Landram of the Central Record on the splendid job BEAR in mind the entertainment at Jones park near Yosemite July 4th A great time Is expected and people will bo there world without end Tim Central Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and nlcesTosawho subscribed for stock in the Lincoln County Fair Association are requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary NOTICEA ofper cent has been declared by The Cumberland Valley Land Co on Its capital of 9G 850 payable on and after July 1 1907 J S Rocker president J W Haydcn secretary STANLEY MclNTosit one of Middle burgs best young men has been elected cashier of the Waynesburg Deposit Bank which will begin operations soon Mr Lewis Green Gooch is president of the institution TilE Court of Appeals overruled the petition for a rehearing in the case of William Kennedy who was given 10 years in tile penitentiary for participation in the killing of James Shupe by the Lincoln circuit court PURYEAR APPOINTED Gov Beck ham has appointed Emmett V Puryear the well known Danville attorney to succeed the late Judge Reed Nichols as judge of the Boyle county court An election will be held in November to fill the office ToNlGHT will be your last opportunity to skate this season as the rink positively closes At 1030 the bell will ring down the curtain for the lost timer several months Better take advantage of the opportunity Stanford Rink Club Turn Into Money tosIs what wo propose to do with a large part of our stock between JULY 2ND and 11T1I This is no Bale of trash but of the best of Merchandise to be had Our Fall stock will soon begin to arrive and we want the space tbege I occupy Bale is now on Come t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD dlughterI CAR of lime due this afternoon W H Higgins TilE Big Salojnow on Come Severance Sons RICHMOND Is now dry town The last saloon license expired at midnight between Crab Orchard and Stanford a spectacle case containing two stick pins Return to Dr T W Pennington Reward TilE rink will tonfght when a recordbreaking crowd may be expected Saturday nights rink was a very enjoy able one and an average crowd was present TilE directors of the Lincoln County Fair are requested to meet at the sher ills office next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Business of importance is to be transacted J F Cummins secy Tim Russell Springs Pair Association will be open for bids on all amusement and booth privileges for the fair to be heldon Aug C 7 8 9 until Saturda July 13th Direct all communications to Rice G Woods secretary Ruse Springs Kv PARTY On last Friday Misses Maggie and Jennie Rocker entertained some 40 or more guests in honor of their niece Miss llallie Bell Hockcr of Appleton City Mo The home was brilliantly illuminated and as the guests arrived they were received with that genuine cordiality characteristic of the Misses Hocker Miss Dolly McRoberts presided over the frappo bowl with much grace while Misses Bessie Richards and Tevis Carpenter entertained the guests in a most charming mannir At an appropropriato hour delightful ices and cakes were served in an elegant manner When time for their de parture arrived the guests were reluctant to leave butall were loud in their praise and were delighted to have had the pleasure of being present DEBoRDYesterday morning at her heme at Crab Orchard Mrs Ilannah E DeBord wife of the late George W DeBord passed Into the great beyond Mrs DeBord had been a great sufferer for years from a complication of trou bles but only in the past several weeks had her illness become serious Mrs DeBord was a daughter of Andrew and Bettio Foley deceased and was born in Crab Orchard Oct 20 1842 and had spent all of her life there with the exception of seven years that her husband was jailer of Lincoln county Mrs DeBord was a consistent member of the Baptist church was a kind hearted and a most excellent woman in every respect Sho leaves three daugh ter four sons a brother and sister to mourn her loss her husband having preceded her to the grave two years goofCrovidenceing ones left behind and may they live to emulate her splendid example for she has gone to join her husband in that city where pain and sorrow never enter but joy eternally abounds Mrs DeBord will bo burled at Crab Orchard but Mrs Holdam Stuart her daughter- S on her way from California and the burial will not likely occur before Wed nesd y- CROWAfter n protracted illness hlch began with rheumatism Mr Oliver J Crow died at his homo at Tur nightliemore than once expressed his willingness to meet his God Mr Crow was 70 years old and had lived most allof his long sojourn on earth In this county For nearly a half century he had been a member of the Christian church and there were few if any better citizens or neighbors than ho was His wife precededImho leaves four daughters to mourn his loss They are Mesdames J F Cover J II Monin J T Hockcr and Matt Woodson He as also survived by four brothers Messrs M D R H T L and C L Crow Mr Crow was an ex ceptionally Intelligent farmer and was an intense democrat He was an ardent supporter of Senator McCreary and he frequently chided us for declar- Ing for Gov Beckham in the senatorial race Rev L M Omer of this place preached a short funeral at his late home at 10 oclpck yesterday morning after which the remains were interred in goodtizengood deeds while here be emulated IGo to Severance Sons new store this week SER the articles at Tribble Hughes Dry Goods Store for cost and less than cost QUARTERLY court was session yesterday with Judge R C Warren presiding Very little business of Importance was transacted THE gasoline house of Garland Single ton the groceryman was accidentally set on fire yesterday afternoon and it together with about 30 gallons of gaso line went up in the flames Fortunately there was no explosion anittho loss is small TilE amphitheatre for the Stanford fair is being rapidly put up and Contractor J R Powell will have everything in readiness for the fair July 17 18 and 19 Secretary Cummins is receiving letters every day from horsemen all over the State engaging quarters for their stock and this promises to be a recordbreaker in the way of show stock CRAB ORCHARD Odd Fellows elected the following officers for the current term George B Lyne noble grand Morris Perkins vice grand II L Wells secretary J T Roberts treasurer A B Bastin host Tomorrow night July 3 this lodge will go to Brod head and institute a new lodge of Odd Fellows They started a new lodge at Mt Vernon last week and are enthus iastic over the work and outlook for Odd Fellowship in this section CIRCUIT COURT Afterbeing out since 130 the afternoon before the jury in the case of R E Lee Sims for killing John R Farris in September 1905 brought in a verdict of eight years In the penitentiary at 430 Thursday afternoon This was the third trial of the case the other two juries hang ing As has been stated the jury this time was composed of Mercer county men A new hearing was asked for by the attorneys for Sims and Judge Bell having refused it the case will be appealed James H Kennedy whose case was reversed by the Court of ape peals was denied bail Crit Smith who was fined 200 for the illegal sale of whisky is laying out the fine in jail Court came to a closed Friday after noon and Judge Bell returned to his home at Harrodsburg FENZEL Robert died at her homo on Lancaster street at 5 oclock Saturday morning after a long Illness of a complication of troubles She was XS years old and during the greater portion of her life she had been a consistent member of the Christian church Mrs Fenzel is survived by her husband two sons and a little daughter and in their irreparable loss unbounded sympathy goes out to them Sho also leaves her mother who had been with her during her illness a sister Mrs H R Bright of Mt Sterling and a half sister and brother Mrs Kate Miller of this place and Joe E Portman of Louisville May the Giver of all good and perfect gifts comfort and strengthen them all in this their hour of darkness and distress The writer has known the deceased since her childhood and never has it been his pleasure to meet a brighter or more happily disposed or a better woman Her pathway through life has not always been strewn with roses and many a fainthearted woman would have given up but the subject of this sketch overcame all obstacles and smiled where others would have shed tear and spread sun shine where seemingly all was gloom Truly can it be said of Mrs Fenzel that to know her was to love her and none could name her but in praise She was the youngest daughter of Mr M C Portman and married the husband who survives some 17 years ago It was a case of elopement and the writer took part in the little romance which occurred in the old Miller Hotel at Lancaster That Mrs Fenzel was prepared for the end there can be no doubt and now that her sufferings are over and her rest is eternal it would be inhuman to wish her back to this land of sin and sorrow May the sod lie gently on tho grave of this tender indulgent and good wife and mother The burial occurred in Buffalo cemetery after services at the grave by Rev L M Omer t4 oclock Sunday afternoon A large number of floral offerings were sent by those who loved the deceased and her grave was almost hidden by the rarest of flowers Additional Local on Second Page Lace 8 SilK Waists We have concluded to offer all fine waists in this sale Theee include the daintiest creations from the best makers in New York Any 5 Waist nt 305 Any 8650 Waist at 445 Any 81150 Waist at 8095 One 81850 Chiffon Waist at 8950 Sec the special values in Lawns and Silk Waists at GOc 8110 S10Gan 8239 South East Corner Main and Depot Streets Tribble Hughes Successors To L M Huey Co Wo can show you better than we can tell you of the big cut we are making on all summer goods Hero are some of our specialties 5c Lawns at 4e lOc Lawns at 805 ICc Lawns at lslkc 25o Lawns at lOc 50c Lawns at 89c China Silk 25c 25o Swisses at lOc collars fi 10 15and 25c Delta 2650 81 8150 and 8176 Give us a call anti get rock bottom prices for the next 30 days A money saver for y- ouTIZIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156IOpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY I Overstocked IR gwtsassns Owing tothe unseasonable weather we find we have too many Mens Light Weight Suits In order to reduce our stock we will offer our customers some rare bargains Our 820 Suits Cut to 1- 5lOur 81750 Suits Cut to 813 Our 816 Suits Cut to 812 Our 81350 Suits Cut to 810 Our 811 Suits Cut to 89 Our gR Suits Cut to 8650 Our entire stock of this seasons newest patterns in Mens Light Suits will be included in this sale No shoddy goods Every suit handsomely tailored time to buy your suit for the Fair Sale begins SAT URDAY MORNING JUNE 29 and continue Daysw Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky I EaTa PENCE STANFORD KY I A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let us help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting sand all other commercial branches taught in the Business Department of the Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what tsar students are able to ac complish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky The Interior Journal Entered in the PotlOffice at Stanford aI ttconddau matter rUBUSHHD TOB8DATB AND rHIDiY a AT JfQO PER YEAR CASH When not to paid JtOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Stabl Lancaster Ky f NOTICEAny ono needing n Union Jack and Wlr Btretcher can leave their ratLw1iT U will- Ihow NcwlandntHtnnford Ho you and take your order and will the same on short noticeD T MTX SFOnp NOTICE I situated fl mlle Houtl of Jlchlnneyuetntlon on the O K ItI wblcb on hncks inndBII CXCebtrigsundny on 1 now ojxm for tho treatment 01 Itheumn turn lAYer Kidney and nil mom nch nnd Dowel Troubles Rheumatism r specialty lit reasonable roles For portlcu Care nnd terms address XMBIMH Prpr RFl Box 33 Hu tonvllle B D CARTERN- owLiveryDepot Street Phono 96 STAN FORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE lire Lightning WlndRlormlLife and Accident None and BK8T Companies Ileprestmted Lowest Pos llble Rates Oll Paying Reo erdUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone yo St GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there Is so little difference in the price of ready- made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dres suit Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none ILO RUPLKY The Tailor HtnnforJ Ky BLACK HAWK Coning 5 years old heavy bone black with white points 15S hands high will servo jen nets at I161O for Jaik colts 11000 for Jennet colts ma res lit Jjoo to Insure n living colt Mares parted with forfeits Insurance Pas ture at I20D leer month Not responsible for accidents should any occur Call and see my jacks and their jactTcolts as well I can show you what my Jack can do ns I on the Missouri planI show you Instead In show enlwtcoltsInIg for JS0 to Insure a living colt on same terms ns slack liawk also sene u few mares free with my high bred colt Independence Chief n Moreland Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Gwen Commercial Men Uood Illgs at Reasonable Itates Stock Pona In Connection Also agents for all klndl of Uanestlllg Machinery lasollne and Steam Knglnes Threshing Machinery and Haw It will pay you to see us before buy Also i commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery ed tCreelar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IdarnesaSaddlery- C STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 17 Home Phone 35 Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and FLnahr era Also Dealers in Furniture MatlingsRiigs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J itw iv warLy FARMERS DEPARTMENT In Boyle E Bean sold to John Webb 100 lambs at GJc W C Kern of Perryvllle sold 55 300 pound hogs to John Webb at Glc Carload of young brood mares for sale E P Woods Son Stanford 2t J Fleece Robinson sold to A II Bastln his residence in Lancaster for 5500 J Fox Dudderar bought of W E Amon 75J acres of unimproved land ad joining Mr Dudderars farm for 4000 At Ilutchison Bourbon county Mr 11 H Jacoby has bought 2000 acres of growing wheat at SO cents per bush eldelheredESTRAYA red steer weighini about 400 pounds left my place shot May 15 Liberal reward J T Wells Dripping Springs Wm Arnold sold a pair of mules to Bright Mulling for 415 and bought a pair of Wm Hyslnger Jr for 350 Mt Vernon Signal Circuit Judge Berry in a decision at Newport held that farmers are not peddlers and consequently are exempt from paying a city license- B W Gaines has received from Jo seph Wing of Mechanicsburg Ohio a very richly bred Dorset ram The ani mal is a yearling and Mr G paid a tan cy price for him The strawberry raisers in Delaware never had such a crop One man made over 600 on an acre and at one little town the growers have made enough to establish national bank The 18000 tobacco ware house at Springfield will be completed by July S and the books will be open for registra tion of crops on Friday July 5 Ninety seven per cent of the 1907 crop in Washington county has been pooled FOR SALESouthdown lambs as stockers 14 ewe lambs 14 male lambs one yearling male Fisher Renick and McKinney cross I wish to engage them before July 10 for delivery later in July if desired Call at place or ad dress Miss Mattie H Hewes Moreland Ky R FD Box 38 Hubert Vreeland Commissioner of Agriculture has arranged for farmers institutes to be held in every county in the State beginning the middle of August and fine lecturers have been secured to conduct the discussions before the farmers of Kentucky The itinerary has been announced Oct 1 and 2 are the dates for the institute at StanfordLongLiveThe King Is tho popular cry throughout Euro peon countries while In America tho cry of tho present day IsIlLong live Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never falls to give Immedi ate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Paines opinion Is shared by a majority of thoinnabltants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds Its the only sure cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store LOc and 81 Trial bottle free- I am sorry to see that tight lacing is fashionable again said a physician for it is well known among surgeons that corsets produce cancer almost as much as smoking does- I know of three cases of corset can cer Each occurred in the big chest muscle at the point where the corset top had crossed it The corset top irritates the chest muscle especially if the corset is laced tight and any woman who feels pain in that spot had better look to it at once for there is no more horrible and deadly curse than cancer rBad Burn Quickly Heale- dI am so delighted with what Cham erlains Salve has done for me that I eel bound to write and tell you so lays Mrs Robert Mytton457 John St Hamilton Ontario My little dough tel had a bad burn on her knee I ap plied Chamberlains Salve and it heal ed beautifully This salve allays the pain of a burn almost Instantly It Is for sale by all druggists As to the enforcement of the Sun layclosing law I desire to say that am to serve in a judicial capacity and not in an executive It is for other officers to arrest violators of the Sunday losing law but I will say that the law vill be enforced I will issue no orders in regard to closing saloons on Sunday in the county for the reason it is not ny duty as County Judge says Judge Walter P Lincoln who was recently appointed by Gov Beckham 00A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed me of tho most remarkable cases of healing over recorded Amos F King jf that place says Buoklens Arnica Salve cured a sore on my log with which I had suffered over SO years I urn now N5 Guaranteed to euro all suits liy Pennys Drug Store 25c Mrs WhiteAnd do you mean to say that you and your husband always agree about everything Mrs BlackAlwaysexcept of course now and then when hes put of humor or pigheaded or something of thatsort 0 atIigned i 4i w IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J T Conn who was in the butcher business here for a while has sold his store at Somerset to Parks Winscott J A Thompson who has been Chie of Polico of Lebanon for several years has been dismissed by the City Council After hearing the testimony on the charges preferred by Councilman J T Career that of furnishing liquor to his son a minor the board unanimously voted to remove him The following teachers have bqei elected for tho next scholastic year b the Board of Education of the Middles bore Graded School Prof Morriss of Covington superintendent Miss Nell Van Gorder principal of High School assistants Misses Maud Perkins Annie Foley Eflie Shultz Virginia Warren Sallie Givens Annie Miller Peyton Miss PcfTer of Frankfort Miss Thur man of Winchester and Miss Brown of Mt Pleasant Tenn The Charming woman Is not necessarily one of perfect fori andfeatures Many a plain voman who could never servo as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatneSs clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightliness of stop and action that accompany good health A phjsloally weak wo man Is never attractive not oven to herself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store The defense sprang a surprise in the Hay wood case at Boise as a witness Morris Friedman a former employe of the Pinkerton detective ag ency at Denver Friedman swore that a part of the agencys business was to smuggle spies into the miners unions and he named various detectives who had succeeded in joining unions Other testimony was offered to discredit the story of Harry Orchard r Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelloy of Mansfield Pa writes I was In poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and spentconslderablo monoy consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure and I deslro to add my testimony that it maybe tho cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes G L Penny Mrs William F Tucker wife of Lieut Tucker U S A has made harges to Secretary Taft of her bus sands conduct while in the Philippines tad another big army scandal is in prospect A good stomach Is rather to be chosen thbn great riches It Mlona Is guaranteed to cure all stomachtroubles or money refunded Fifty cents a box tG L Pennys J S Wilson editor of the Kentucky Standard correspondent of the Courier Journal and a wellknown writer died at Bardstown after a few weeks illness aged 43 years The Tennessee Supreme Court in ession at Jackson declared the Anti taco Track Gambling Law passed by an act of the last Legislature to be onstitutional A Richmond Va dispatch says Rev W C James of Russellville Ky- will be called to Groveavenuo church his city to succeed Dr Hawthorne A woman in Glasgow bought a ticket for Canada 31 years ago The other day she crossed the ocean upon it the Allen Line honoring it Baptist laymen in Kentucky appointed an Executive Commltee which will ndeavor to stimulate interest in the work ofthe church Niaga a Falls- Excursions VIA July 2530 Allf 10 and m Vrito IL C KING G P A Lexington Ky for particulars Mail Us a Check for What is Due this l Office TRY The Frankfort IState Journal Tho Democratic Slnlo Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you tho latest and most reliable news every day toW pe Walton Frankfurt Ky DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined stallion will tuck n limit ed season hl7nt lnwu Mere stock Kiirin 1K mints West of llustonvllle Kv on tbi linulfordsvllle t llutloiivllln pike urn lnhrlIlItIUlonRt 116 to insure a llvln poll Mafes traded or ported with forfeit Insurance and money tieromiS due at Urn of such truniuiotlon Lien retained on OIt month till ornluhdUdelretlntrensonablr- ates muiit Is mid before ruiovuui morel Mares entru ted will rtiiivw mj personal attention hut we will not IM re ncelden1iresaleD6eleRIPTlnNVwil 1V4 hand high dark buy with one front and nnr foe white star A model of great Ivnuty will short back long fleck d rp weilsioplni shoulders nnd with great stylejis ono wouh expect from rending his peulgrvo 110- 0lane mine feet and legs 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fare lie In turn by llheiter Uar followliiK long list of sires every one o great show horse out of mnres that were fnmoun ns- sliiwlucreanti bis dmii 1nnair Me the HWMtest show mate we ever nwin having refused Jl HM for her wetlilnk entitles him to the eurefut ioiKlderatlon of nil proiMc live lireeder We think hUll tin graiidost show horse Kee him lx furu iKxikliiK your nmrtii COAH K 0 UKTKft Phone In restdrnee Hiutoiivllle Kxtilmntie KING EAGLE INo1V- ol Ii A S If R Kill Bugle Is W bands high dark Imy with flowfiiB moue and lull goes sill the gaits with plenty of spwd style cud actio- nPEnlolaHlred by Royal King KM he- by On Time Htonewnlt Jackson r5 ltoynl kings 1st dam Mollie Mounts Gall Will the tinted slivflablMllg Isling ton H H tllg ICngles ht dRill by she Bogle 111nl101I he lIv Old King tIIo16 91 danl by lei 1Jnn and dam lIy JIllrr Ihnnuirk h Millers Denmark It 4th dam by Jim Bell thoroughbred JIUTK King Kaglu In a combined stallion tlticolthis colts wlllshow for tlienmelves 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