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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 II T wait itIft 52tUd 8yafcJft4S En J i 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 9 1907 NO 37I Grab Orebard Fair tL Commences I WEDNESDAY MY IOTH and continues three days The FIRST DAY will be one of the best of the meeting t4 Ladies Free That Day On that daywill be the greatest Jack show seen in these parts besides there will bo some splendid Saddle and Harness tinge Pony Rings and a Ladies Hitchup Race which will be unique and exciting I A Fancy Turnout Ring anda Roadster Stallion Ring for 50 I premium anti many other good and interesting rings that day The greatest number of great show Horses and Roadsters ever seen South of Kentucky River will be there The following liorfiommi arc either on the grounds or have engaged stalls for their stock Woods WValk ctr B Burton Garrard Allen Edelcn Mercer J K Beazlcy Stanford Matt Cohen Smiley Son Robert Morelnml Lexington Bob Walker M F Arbuckle Dr Hockaday Bud Dunn Son Smith Oldham Ed Dot Bates 411 Collins T II Collins Rue Dncraon of Madison Rodger Lillard Lawrenccburg D L Baker and others of J t Springfield 1 C James Howard YanArsdale John Buster Banta Bros Mercer M Or AVcisigcr P Cecil of Boyle Dr J M Acton Garrard 1 B Co1fcyeelllllnlia Bledsoe Bailey J C Bailey Henry Hester C C Carpenter Smith Powell 1V P I Gringo James Woods K S Scudder Harris Woods G M Givens Josiah Bishop S M Owens J M Cress and many others of Lincoln county A big stable from Hamilton O The 2nd and 3rd days are also hummers Examine your catalogue and you will see one of the best premium lists in the State Every body conic the first day and you will be sure to come back the next two days J Ward Moore and his excellent wife and mother will set a great dinner on tilt grounds each day Jesse C Lynn will be Ring Marshal SV R Dillion will be Chief of Police and perfect order is assured J1lU GUEST Pres R H I3RONAUGH Sec KINGSVILLE The Glorious Fourth was quietly celebrated in our town Sebastian Chovotctto will give an ice cream supper this evening J Ed Bo land of Lexington is hero this week Mr and Mrs Frank Burke Co closed n weeks performance Saturday 4evening and left Monday for Eubanks are to show this week They give a firstclass show and have been well patronized here Virgil Doitin has resigned his position as night operator at the Q R C tower and with his wifo has gone to Science Hill to roBidrt Little Miss Graco and Master Rusioll Thompson have returned from a protracted visit with their grand parents at Woodstock D C Allen and W S Drjc of Hustonvillc are spending the Fourth In our town Mrs E D Carey and little son of Ludlow are occupying the cottage Opt posits the depot Mrs Fanny B Carey and daughter Miss Eille havo moved to the house recently vacated by Sam Flint and family The fishing party viz Dr and Mrs C M Thompson Miss Bertha Thompson and Daniel lies ter returned Saturday after a most delightful sojourn at Celina 0 Mrs Parsons Stanford has arrived for an extended visit with her daughter Mrs John Walls Harvo Watts of Harriman Tenn Is with his wifo and boys here The Doctor Away from Homo when Most Needed i People ore often very much disap pointed to find that their family pity stoma is away from homo when they t most need his services Diseases like cramp colic and cholera morbus re quire prompt treatment and havo In I many instances proven fatal buford medicine could bo procured or a phy sician summoned The right way Is to keep at hand a bottlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy No physician can prescribe abet tor medicine for those diseases By having in tho house you escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy fl it now It may save life For sale by all druggists a It was shown at their trial in the court that tho two Kentucky soldiers arrested for participation In the riot at the had acted merely in the defensive and they were released with fines of only SI Mrs Eliza J Ogdenone of the best known residents of Paris died suddenly thorn MIDDLEBURG- A II Royalty is attending court as a juror Miss Minnie Shannon of Junc tion City is visiting relatives here Miss Bettlo Royalty has been em Williteachlast year Rev W G Tilford informs us that dur BapItlstwas n most liberal contribution Sam Dell and Jim McKinney have by experiment discovered a new use for the ordinary well pnmp and the discov ery will be of great benefit to those who keep dogs Any one wishing in formation concerning this now discov ery will be gratuitously furnished by either of these gentlemen Arthur It Scott of Sedalla Mo and Miss Martha Florence Estes only daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Estes were quietly married Monday morning at 830 The wedding took place at the home of the bride on the Liberty pike and was attended by relatives and near est neighbors Rev J S Taylor per formed the ceremony in his usual im pressive style Mr Scott holds a lu crative position as clerk and is said to bo a model young man while his bride is a most excellent young woman being both pretty and accomplished and amia ble in disposition and is popular with all who know her She received numbers of presents most of which were costly After tho ceremony Mr and Mrs Scott drove to McKinney where they took tho train for their far oft future home taking with them the good wishes of a host of friends in Kentucky Best Medicine in the World for Colio and Diarrhoea I find Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to bo tho best remedy In tho world says Mr C L Carter of Sklrum Ala lam subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring It seemed asthough I would die and I think I would if I hadnt taken Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I havnt been troubled with it since until this weekI when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the 25 cent size Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new man For stile by all drugglstsS x NEWS NOTES Tommy Burns knocked out Bill Squires in the 10th round at San Francisco- on July 4th- Thomas Smith prominent Bardstown banker is dead of blood poisoning re sulting from trimming a corn too close The facultyof Bethel College Russell- ville has resigned over a controversy oCTrusteesconcernling A former resident of Piko county Kentucky has been arrested at Pawnee City Neb whero ho now lives charg ed with tho murder of his wife Judge Charles Swayne of the United States Court for the Northern District of Florida died at the University o Pennsylvania Hospital nt Philadelphia E C Dull exCounty Judge of Per ry county shot and killed Taylor Gam bill at the formers home Gambill had entered Duffs house fired oft his pistol and attacked him Chester B Runyan the missing teller of the Windsor Trust Company who disappeared with about 96000 several days alto was arrested in New York with about 64000 in cash A meting of stockholders of the Versailles Traction Com pany will be held at Frankfort July 19 to vote on a plan to consolidate with tho Central Kentucky Traction Company Officers are searching for an unknown Negro who attempted to assault a woman 88 years old In Christian county The Negro beat the woman and then attempted to smother her in the bed clothesThe Negro Building of tho James town Exposition had its formalopening and dedication incident to the Independence day celebration which at tracted several thousand Negroes to the in bed bedside his wife W H Counts former member of the Legis lature and County School Superintendent shot himself in the temple at his home at Olive Hill killing himself Bad health is given as tho cause Reports from the district east of La Crosso Wis which was swept by a tornado show at least two people to have been killed and one fatally injured- at Oakdale and that tho damage was much greater than first reported W B Moody of the Henry county bar has been appointed by Governor Beckham and commissioned to preside in the trial of Judge James Hargis and others charged with complicity in the assassination of Dr B D Cox IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mlddlcsboro Elks 170 in number have bought a 16000 home- F J Deddow of Danville a fireman on tho K C was killed near Critten denHenry Sellers was run over and kill cd by a train at Wjlllama Siding near SomersetNear Flat Rock Pulaski county Lige Taylor shot and killed Hugh Pen nlngton J C Cornelius aged 75 and a veteran pf the Civil and Mexican war is dead in MercerMiss Lawrence Jones formerly of Harrodsburg hassailed for Italy to appear in opera Leo Chumley fell under the wheels of a train near London and died from the injuries he received In a fight at Stearns Whitley county Deputy Sheriff Andy Dowlan was shot to death by J C Thompson who in turn was shot three times Judge Moss sent Henry Cupps to jail at Williamsburg in default of 1000 peace bond This is Judge Moss plan to break up the blind tigers Cupps was charged with selling liquor in local option territory Noah Simpson who broke jail at Lan caster several months ago was cap tured at Richmond He Is under sen tence of 21 years in the penitentiary on a charge of murdering two men A re ward of 250 had been offered for his arrestJohn Woods who was employed by a construction company at Cumberland Falls got caught under the engine of the construction train and both feet were cut off above the ankles He was brought to the Somerset Sanitarium where he died in a few hours In a fight on Buck creek Pulaski county between Virgil Sears and Stev Poyntcr the former was seriously wounded An encounter came up be tween the two men when Sears was or dered to leave the field in which they were standing and the shooting was the result A jury at Williamsburg returned a verdict of 7500 in the case of J M Adkins administrator vs the Southern and L N railroads for the killing of Adkins in a dynamite explosion at Jel lico last September Adkins was a victim of the explosion which almost wrecked the whole town of Jellico Alva Renner a brother of A Renner and one of the countys best citizens dropped dead at his home near Brod head Wednesday while eating dinner Joe Norton son of Mitchell Norton for striking Tobe Carpenter was fined 200 and 90 days imprisonment in the county jail Eugene Rufus Spires was given two years in the pen for the kill ing of Colonel Lovings which occurred near Friendship church some four or five years agoMt Vernon Signal Yesterday was the first dry Court Day in this county for years Notwith standing this fact there was a good crowd circulating stout town and alt merchants report business as being good There was none of the usual disorder which has hitherto marked the day and no drunken gangs thronged the streets with profane or boisterous language It was a welcome relief thfoldobnoxious Those who came to town went quietly about their business and were thankful for the change Rich mond Register War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to chac the ravages of consumption tho white plague that claims so many victims such year Foloys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consump clan Do not risk your health by tak ing some unknown preparation when Foloys Honey and Tar is safe and certain In results The genuine is in a yellow package G L Penny The popularity contest conducted by the Harrodsburg Democrat to send five ladies to the Jamestown Exposi tion resulted in the following being elected Misses Mary Farnsworth Hattie Renfro from that city and Ama Waller Mary Ella Meredith and Bessie Trimble Stimulation Without Irritation That is the watchword That is what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does Cleanses and stimulates tho bowels without Irritation In any form G L Penny The New York Central Railroad was fined 15000 by Judge Hazel in the Fed eral Court at Rochester N Y fcr failure to file rates on a shipment of oil for the Standard Oil Company The grand ju at Lexington is prob ing charges published in a newspaper there that n Deputy Sheriff to in fluence members the jury in the last trial of Bill Britton noreal pleasure In life when you suffer from indigestion Easiest thing In the world to cure it if you use Mlona stomach tablets 50 cents at G L Pennys MEET MEAT THE THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR J At Stanford Ky July 17 18 and 19 07 Liberal Premiums In AllI Rings Storms Military BaRd Will Furnish the Music A B Bonta the Celebrated Perryviiie Ca terer will furnish a fine dinner each day Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings Each Day of Pa- irAmusements of All Kinds Write for Catalogue S T HARRIS J Fe CUMMINS President Secretary Abe Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford RentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER CASHIERIDIRECTORSIfJ B Onuley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shauks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford 1V H Traylor IVkGooch Vaynesburg Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established M the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1898 then reorganlied ai the National Bank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganised ai the Pint Natloual Bark of Stanford ta 1881 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It It better supplied now with facilities for transact ing Dullness promptly and well than ever before In Hi long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers J 8 HOOKER Preil S T HARRIS V Pre J J UcROBERTS ObI W H WEARENAsst Ohri Directors X Hold Uanrllle S T Harris Stanford J S Hocker Stanford L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford 3 H Baughman Stanford T P Ulll Stanford Jai Koblnson Hubble J U Baughman Stanford J Pettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with the largest oven that you ever swand some other extra good features combined with a firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you are in need of a Cook Stove do iiotjfail to see me before you buy All kinds Pumps from 150 up to 8150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber ucl The Interior Journal t r E c WALTON- i y J T ROBERTS t II a cnn for In the Ornb Orchard MagtlerlnlIt5trlctsubjectto the action of the JOHN J MOSER IR ft cAndldattt for Jitller ot Lincoln county abject to the action of the lxmocrntlc r party l M BRUCE Ir a candtdntc for Jnlllr of Lincoln county mbleet to the action or the Democratic party iJAMES C HAYS countltr D C ALLEN Ii candidate for actionofof Lincoln coun ty tubjcct to the the iHinocrutlo party Tilt inquiry conducted by Judge Lan dis at Chicago into the standing and fit tnancial resources of the Standard Oil Company commenced and was finished f Saturday inside of two hours The ev idence was taken despite the strenuous objections of the attorneys The chief witness was John D Rockefeller presi Standard Oil of InOrmationjwas for 12 years and said that he had not been in the offices of the Standard Oil Company for eight years TUB pretext now for keeping Okla horn a out of the union is the alleged t gerrymander of the Congressional districts of the State by the Democratic Constitutional Convention of which there is no proof But the real motive of the scheme is to prevent Oklahoma from casting seven Democratic elec toral votes for the next President Des perate cases require desperate remedies and the administration evidently feels that upon these votes may hang the result of the next presidential election A CHICAGO paper figures from the returns that during the 24 hours in cluded in the 4th of July58 persons were killed and 1475 wounded in the celebration in the United States The fire cracker heads the list of casualties but the weapon that was thought to be unloaded played a good second The returns are not near all in but the in dications are that there is a decided improvements on last year when 158 were reported killed and 5308 wounded ONE of the coming Senators from Oklahoma is said to be a blind man and it is mentioned as unprecedented that a sightless statesman should sit in the United States Senate chamber d There are however a number of members of that august body who cannot see except in the interests of the trusts and combines They are totally blind to the interests of the great common people ALL parties claim to be pleased with the appointment of Judge Moody to preside in theM Hargis case at Sandy Hook Now let the music begin It is the first time that an appointment suits both the prosecution and the defense POLITICAL Gov Cummins of Iowa thinks that President Roosevelt will succed himself as president The Order of the Signers of the t Declaration Independence was tem porarily organized at the Jamestown tExposition by the election of officers VIn at Lexington Champ defended Congressman making the statement that the large majority are honest and industriously attend to their duties President Roosevelt completely aban doned official duty Saturday and with his family held a picnic on the shores of Long Island Soundin the vicinity of Lloyds Neck- Republican Nominee Willson is too busy to take a vacation at this time Never mind Mr Willson youll have plenty of time to rest after the No vember election Louisville Times A Barbourville dispatch says Much dissatisfaction has been caused among Republicans in the Seventeenth senatorial district by the call for a primary August 10 for making a nomination on the Republican ticket for State Senator There are two candidates and the cost to each for making the race for the nomination for an office which pays but a total of will be not less than 200 The district is composed of six counties Because of the numerous protests the primary call may be sub stituted by a call for a convention Between 25 barns have been burned within a radius of 40 miles of Glasgow during the past four months The motive for the outrages is unknown Descendants of the signers of the Declaratition of Independence held a reunion at the Jamestown Exposition Gov Charles E Hughes of New York and President Woodrow Wilson of Princeton University were the princi pal speakercThe one birth of the Italian National Leader j Garibaldi was observed in New York parade and dedication of the Gari 4baldi Pantheon at Clifton Staten Is t land where the Italian liberator lived i for three years fron 1850 to 1854 t jr1 1 7 HUSTONVILLE SamJ Bell sold Tom Raines a pair of twoyearold horse mules for 210 Miss Mary Stagg has returned from a delightful visit to friends in Cincinnati J K Helm has 10 thoroughbred Southdown buck lambs and eight ewes for sale struck the stable of Al hlsjsplendidMrs Mary Lusk week to spend the summer with rein tives and friends amid the scenes of her childhood belovedI Something doing in the months of July and August Greatly reduced prices on all patterns for suits and trousers A J Adams Wm Wheat for some years in business at Mt Salem has bought the W T Earles farm on Green river near Richards school house and will move there soon The Sunday school classes of Mrs Wm Myers and Mrs Kate Hocker enjoyed a delightful outing and lunch on the 4th given by their teachers for which they are very grateful WalterJMcKinney son of J J McKinney of Mt Salem and a student at Kentucky University for some years has accepted a lucrative position with the Q C and is located in Louisiana Mrs M F North and son Charles leave this week for a few weeks out ing among the lakes then after a fpw days in Washington City will go to the Jamestown Exposition and Hampton Roads for a week Emmett McCormack sold Wm Lil lard of Boyle 14 700pound cattle at 3Jc G J Bohon sold Lillard 25 1000 pound cattle at 435 Cowan Mc- Cormack shipped 500 lambs to Cinema ti for which they paid Cc Service next Sunday morning and night at the Presbyterian church by the pastor Rev S B Lander Morning subject Divine Election Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at Presby terian church LeaderRev Lander Services at the Christian church next Sunday morning and night by the pas tor Rev C W F Daniels A full at tendance is earnestly requested as mat ters of importance to every member will be made known Dont fail to at tendThe Ladies Auxiliary to the C W B M met at the Christian church on Thursday afternoon with only a moder ate attendance The subject Our Centennial was ably discussed by the leader Mrs J C Neal All members are requested to be present at the next meetingExState Senator W A Byron of Bracken county spent Saturday here representing the American Society of Equity In the afternoon he addressed a number of farmers at the opera house andorganized a society composed of some of our best farmers as charter members ThelHustonville Roller Mill Co has been incorporated with a capital of 12000 by Mrs D M Lipps R A Lipps E P and George L Carpenter After a complete overhauling of the plant they will fill their elevator with the best wheatand begin the making Ing of a high grade of flour in sufficient quantity to supply the trade tributary to this place As fine and as pretty a lot of colts as ever trod a paddock were shipped by T L Carpenter to Sheepshead Bay Especially noticable in the lot was one by Ethelbert one by GrifTon one by Callup one by Handsel and one by Lamplighter Superiority is Mr Carpenters constant aim and his efforts have met with success as evidenced by the demand from the best judges for his colts MATRIMONIAL AtThorngroveTenn Willie Richards and Ella Brock each 14 years old were made one in the presence of their par ents who should be sent to jail for not putting a stop to such proceedings The Texas courts decide that marriage by telephone is illegal The average lover will decide that it is very little fun at any rate Marrying by telephone is even worse than kissing Bybee and Miss Lula Witt John Howard and Miss Ida Lackey Samuel St Burgos and Miss Nettie Howard were united in marriage by a single ceremony of Rev I J Howard atRichmondThe man whose marriage had to be postponed in order to have his prospective bride undergo an operation for appendicitis ought to thank his stars it came before instead of after marriage The surgeons there size a man up and take everything he has to for such operationsFrankfort Journal Constipation- For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of the owes without anyJdlsagreennleelTect Price 25 cents Samples free All rugg- lstaonrt atLexington SrOnewilddhe Evangelist Geo H Nicol testimonials of the gentleman ISome begin a meeting at Logans next Sunday morning at 11 oclock The subjects he will preach from are given below This will introduce George H Nicol whom I have known vince he was a small boy He Is one of Gods pure noble Christian men He is a minister in the Christian church in good stand ing He is a good preacher good evan gelist and a good pastor His record is clean He is true and loyal to the Bible conIgreatly appreciated by the writer Evangelist H A Northcutt Dear Brethren This will commend to you the bearer Brother Geo H Nicol whom I have known for a number of years as a faithful minister of the gospel of Christ I knew him when he was in school at Christian University Since that time he has preached a great deal in our churches in Missouri and I have had an opportunity to know of his work and character They have always been n source of delight to me and it gives me the greatest pleasure to recommend as a man as a Christian gentleman and as- a preacherYours in His name T A Abbott Cor Sec Mo Dallas City Ill To the Disciples of Christ Whereve this May be Presented Greeting This will commend to YOU Bro Geo H Nicol who has been a faithful and efficient minister for seven years He is a man of strong convictions good judgment honest in all his dealings charitable to all one of Christs noble followers and commands the respect of all who are fortunate enough to know him He has a strong voice and is a good speaker and always presents something new and interesting Dur ing his ministry here the membership has more than doubled and the church has greatly improvedFred Dickson Clerk EldersJohn N Lofton J 0 Myers George KreIg John 1 Heisler Deacons Chos H Stevenson Chas E Clark L H Foresman Martin Lit tleThis certifies that Geo H Nicol has been our pastor for 21 months and during that time has proven himself worthy of every confidence given him His conduyct has been all that could be asked of a Christian gentleman lie isI an able exponent of the gospel of Jesus Christ delivering it clearly and forcefully believing it to indeed bo the power of God unto Salvation Itlie fearlessly denounces sin both in and out of the church Our congregation has been greatly benefitted by his labors while among us He leaves here because of ill health and carries with him the respect and good wishes of every member of the church as well as of the citizens who know him His wife has shown herself a faithful helper and in every way his equal making a truly good pastors wife and is beloved for her fidelity and kindness We ai a con gregation acting by our official board commend them most cheerfully to any church needing their services By order of BoardT Butchart Pres SecyRedSUBJECTS Preparation for a Great Meeting Up to Jerusalem or Down to Jericho Following Christ and Does it Pay 7 The Two Sides of Life Here and- Over There Comparing ThingsOld and New No Room in the Inn and Why Moses and the Law Christ and the TruthIn Market Place or Working Without an Agreement The Invitation to the Feast and Why I Didnt Go My Spiritual Capital and How I Used It The Great Secret and Why It Was Kept Sin and Its Remedy- A Change for the Better and What Caused It The Church as a Family The Question of the Ages Being Born Again The Church Scattered and the Result What Would Jesus Do 7 Going Out of Bondage For What Do We Plead 1 The Road to the City Revival Meeting Propositions or Why I Didnt Stand Up Loyalty to God s Unskilled Wielders of the Sword of the Spirit Two Witnesses at the Judgment of GodTake Heed Unto What Can I Enjoy the Inheritance Without Being a Member of the Family 1 The Great Apostacy and What Caused ItUnderstanding the Scriptures on the Sea or The Voyage of the Church of Christ ConvellionConversion Thousand Conversion of Cornelius 7The7 Jesus is Coming Again Manyfrom L N TIME TABLE No Jl Mouth llJlNo su Houtli ante PM No North 4it1 A XoMNortnS17 v x vJOS S RICE Agont 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my hates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre rented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to toll lay bunt au mile West of mile from and Cnrpn ttriMtiUloDconiiUtlnRoUsSvcrv ol rIch- 1lu6 grnis or ti baste all in Ktnu farm can lie equally divided to mlvantage Iua to hay n goal dwelling on each piece iilno necessary oulliUIUIlngi The farm lays ahnott Inn salami only ono nnRlfl in linos There are thrvo tOtk barn goat tulxicco taint t Mriblm tvnaut bout goon water In every Held li prtngi wltll 3 streams running through Whole tract J HTKKLK OVUlKNTBU lluitonvlllr 1 FOR SALE A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acre of rich Blue Grass land This land is tine hemp and tobacco land made last year 83 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of aloe rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next Co days ft cash bal ance to suit purchaser lor further in formation in regard to farm write L K Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky June 7 1007 One drop of U41144 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 over used- WILLCOOMES B4U44 Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Roup and Limber neck Price 60 cents No cure no pay Niagara Falls Excursions VIA July 2530 Aug 10 and im WriloILC KING G P A Lexington Ky fur particulars TRY The Frankfort Stats Journal The Democratic State Organ during the coining campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day tov P Walton Frankfort Ky I FAIRStThis week begins the Fairs and you will want the Light est and Coolest things pos tl sible for comfort We are ready for you with J son Light shirts f with or without Collars at i 150 and 2 Low Shoes iJl 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 and 50C Long Soft 1 4 in HandsWini i sors Ties 25 and 50 Cents r I Linen Straw and Panama d t Hats from 50c to 650 t The New Greys and Blue Serge TwoPiece Suits 1250 15 and 20 We will have everything neces sary for your comfort i H J MCROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY REXALLWe are Agent for The Famous Rexall Remedies Everything is Guaranteed See our Window Display for Kcjtnl Irizc PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I Crab Orchard Fair J 1 On WEDNESDAY JULY 10TH tha lit day of the Crab Orchard Fair the tiny Indies fire admitted FREEwe will demonstrate to them our motto ONLY THE BEST with our compliments a free chew of tho original Colgans Tally Tolu Como on to the Fair with your children tho first day and wo will also give them n free chew of this Pure Taffy Tour Remember this Tolu is given free only to those who attend the Fair LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists f r Paris Green t When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO t t e t At 19 CENTS atsea We offer choice of 10 Patterns fine Silk Tissue worth 25c null BOc rho ecnson is jiwt beginning for these goods Only lOc per yd i BTANFOKD KY JULY 0 190 We sell all drinks found at a first class City Soda Fountain Tryou E Flip or Egg Phosphate Drug Store PERSONALS NEVIUS Is at homu for a few DUDDBRAR is III with np I JUDGE G M DAVISON Is over from Covington I Horf J N SAUNPims went to London yesterday MRS MAny PUNNY has been visiting friends at Danville GEOUOK CiiANCELLon Ji over frotr Cincinnati for the fairs Miss KIT HUFFMAN of Louisville i s with Miss Mary Phillips MRS It L SALTBR of Danville was the guest of Mrs Will Severance MRS JOHN H SIIANKS Is spending t wwk with her husband In Louisville i MASTER JAMUB HEED of Lexington is with his grandmother Mrs Mattk I White i MR N J ARNOLD of Leo county with his daughter Mrs Granvllh Lutes A SPLENDID picture of Mr Robert C Saufley appeared In Fridays Somerset JournalMiss SARA UAUOHMAN has returnee from a visit to Mrs S M Sauflcy al FrankfortMiss NEWLAND spent several days with her sister Mrs L C Kelley In Louisville Miss HATTIB GRBBN of Lexington le with Miss Eva Goodo and other friends here Mn K C WHITE of Crab Orchard train returning from was on yesterdays Columbus 0 MR OSCAR HUFFMAN and family ol Danville are with the family of Mr 0 P Huffman Miss VIRGINIA SHUMATB of New burn Tenn Is with Mrs H G Collie- at Crab Orchard Miss GEORGIA LBWIB went up te Middlejiboro yesterday to attend the teachers Institute MIsiig ANGLE KlNNA1RD and Annie Herndon of Lancaster were with J T BROWN ol Pleasant this offlco an preciated call yesterday MR AND MRS W G MCBEB and 11 little son Uanion have been visltinR relatives In Junction City MR AND MRS HORACE BIIOWN are spending a few weeks at Potosky and St Paul Minn Courier Journal of Claude Rill Games A GOOD picture little son of Mr Eo C Gaines of Lancaster appeared In Sundays Courier S EUBANK of Lexington t passed up to Middlesboro Sunday where ho will attend the four county teachers t institute MR J H UEYXOIDS wife and handsome daughter Miss Lora Reynolds of Morcland were callers at this office SaturdayMiss Lirrs of Hustonville Is a guest of her sister Mrs W D J Nave on tho Diueltrnss plkelIarro burs Democrat u MR lUNDouii HARRIS wlfo and daughter of Turnersvillo have visiting Mr E W Harrris and wife Lancaster Record Miss FANNIB D McBnooM who has I been with her sister Mrs Frank Sho maker returned to her home at Abing Idon Va yesterday LUCILE COOPER has accepted an offer of 1000 per year to teach In the State School for tho Deaf at Boise Idaho next scholastic year MR AND MRS H S DODGE of Chi train bound forFridaysicago were on Hazel Patch to spend the Summer with her parents Mr and Mrs S E Ows f IcyMIss LUCY MILLER GIVENS entertain- edr a dinner party of 12 Sunday in honor of Misses Fatty Prewitt of Lexington and Mattie Mae Leavell of Bryants f vllle MRS BELLE GENTRY and daughter Mrs Frank Gresham Miss Margaret Gresham and Mr Joe Gentry of Now burn Tenn are with Mrs Eliza Blain and Mrs R R Gentry MR A R WALLACE formerly of Stanford but later of Shelbyville has J ken charge of the undertaking depart ment at James Carter Gos lie Is an uptodate undertaker of eight years experience and holds a state em balmers license Harrodoburg Herald MR J C MCCLARY is quite sick MR WILLIS ADAMS of Alt Vernon was here yesterday MR JOHN DOWNER wife and son George were in Alt Sterling last week MR J T BROWN was appointed constable yesterday In the Wayncsburg district to succeed Bud Haggard resigned LOCALS HOT and dry here GOOD sewing machinefor cheap This otllce Tilt Big Sale Is owon Come Severance Sons once TUB tax books are now ready Pleat call and gut your receipt T J Hill sheriff IIIAYDRN of Paris sold five shares of First National Bank stock last week at J1GO ALL laving stalls for rent lor- I the Stanford Fair will please notlf Secretary J F Cummins THE Stanford ball team wiped up the earth with the Crab Orchard club on the grounds here July 4th The gam stood 23 to 3 It was a most unintcrcst ing game TILE hot weather driving the peoplo Ito Crab Orchard Springs in droves A splendid crowd Is already at that lightful summer resort and others come on each train THOSE who subscribed for stock in tho Lincoln County Fair Association arc requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary PACKAGE of Presbyterian Sunday school lesson papers by mistake put In re turn to John J McRobcrU LAWRBNCEiiuna will be a wet spot a year longer at least A dispatch tor there says Six saloons took out ccnso at the regular meeting of tho board of council paying 1000 each ITile Russell Springs Fair Associatio will bo open for bids on all amusement and booth privileges for the fair to be held on Aug 6 7 8 9 until Saturday July 13th Direct all communication to Rico G Woods secretary Russcl Springs Kv THE members of the Christian church Mission Band will give a lawn party in tho church yard from 4 to 7 next Saturday afternoon July 13 Ice create and cake will be served for lOc G and get some of tho good things and at tho same time help a laudable cause DR FJ CAMPDELL of the Som erset Journal thus soliloquizes The dog days are here They arc reckoned about 40 days and nights and are set down in the almanacs as beginning on July 3 and ending Aug 11 It is gen emIly believed that these days are the most unhealthy of the year and it be hooves every one to use every precaution against illness 1JonN CHRISTMAN tho florist has moved his business to Paris much to the regret of our people in general Mr Christman is not only a clever gen tlcinon and a straightforward business man but a fine florist Ho had charge of the cemetery hero for a half dozen years and kept it in splendid condition We cheerfully commend him to the bus iness people of Paris HEAR the young Armenian lecture at Waltons Opera House this Tuesday evening at 8 oclock Ho has secured an education In this country by his own efforts and is now trying to raise mon ey enough to return to his native landI Ills lecture is said to be fine and as tho admission is only 15 cents you can well sftord to hear him Turkey and her People is his subject THE Crab Orchard Fair begins to morrow and continues over Thursday and Friday Reports from there are that tho grounds are full of fine show horses and tho prospects for a good crowd each day are most flattering Many kinds of amusements will be on the grounds and nothing will bo left undone that will add to tho pleasure of- ho thousands who will attend Go and tell your friends and neighbors to meet you there for Wednesday neet Those goods arc this Season Newest Patterns Nothing prettier for a drew up dress or a party dress Only n pattern length of some of these Come early SEVERANCE SON STANFORD IJOliN FrillayIf CraI HIgginsr Special Go to Severance Sons new stor this week urn lot of Iron Beds just received Prices low Tribblo Pence FRESH butter milk every day at the Stanford Creamery at Be per gallon To the west End farmers We want your wheat Hustonville Roller Mil Co SDH tho articles at Triable Hughes cost Dry Goods Store for cost and loss thanI GREAT reductions at Tribble Hughes Dry Goods Store for the nox 80 days BE getting ready for tho Stan fort fair which begins July 17 and last three days o ELGIN Waltham Rockford South Bend andother makes of watches for sale at right prices at Muellers Tim amphitheatre is almost complete and the ring is in apple pie order for tho great Lincoln county fair which wlU be pulled off at Stanford Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 17 18 19 Make your arrangements to attend H C NAHIGIAN an Armenian who is making his own way in this country will lecture at Waltons Opera Hous this Tuesday evening at 8 oclock His subject will be Turkey and her People Come out and hear this inter eating lecture It will cost you only 1C cents and will be money well spent MR A C DUNN ofthqCrab Orchard fair directory told us yesterday that a third more horses than have been at any former exhibition will be at the fair which begins tomorrow and continues Thursday and Friday The prospects are excellent for a big crowd and a great show of stock says Mr Dunn THE Kahn Tailoring Co of Indianapolis which had an advertisement in the Stanford Fair Catalogue for their agent H C Rupley writes that gentleman The advertisement is well set and neatly printed and should be of grca service to you We are using nothing ire the booklets that makes a better appearance than your ad DR O B FALUS who has beet president of Stanford College for sever al years has been elected principal or the Danville Public School at a hand some salary Dr Fallis is n fine mat and an excellent instructor and he and his splendid family will be given up with much reluctance It is not knows just now who will succeed him at the College The doctor spent yesterday at Richmond E B SWEENEY of Junction City writes What is tho matter with the I J I do not get one more than twice a month Wish you would jack up some of Uncle Sums mail crew Thi postmaster at Junction City and the postal clerks between hero and there will please be more careful with our papers or wo will have our friend T Roosevelt discharge them and hire them over at a better salary JONES Mr JohnJones aged 73 died at the home of Mr P G Warner Friday afternoon and was buried in the Lancaster cemetery Saturday at 3 o clock r M Ho was a brother of Mrs Warner and had lived with her for some eight or 10 months Ho was in a feeble condition when ho came hero and grad ually grow weaker until the end came Ho was a kindhearted good man and his friends sorrow at his taking away A BRIGHT Kentucky boy with noth- Ing to depend upon but his wits left Louisville for tho great Southwest 20 years ago Today he is back in Kentucky with tho greatest wagon show in the world The bright boy Ernest Haag is a man now and is worth probably a quarter of a million dollars Ho owns a show which is over a mile long when strung out in a procession It is known as Haags Mighty Trained Ani mol Exhibition In the glittering cav alcade now crossing tho middle section of Kentucky is a vast collection of tho rarest wild animals in captivitylions tigers hyenas leopards elephants hippopotamus droves of camels giraffes dromedaries zebras llamas yaks omues sacred cattle and scores of lesser animals It is one of tho finest collections of animals in the world and july a few others surpass ItLouls ville Times See it at Stanford tomorrow Wednesday July 10 10 PErt CENT off for cash at Tribble Hughes Dry Goods Store BRING me your country lard hams and sides for cash or trade T D New land GET a good dinner at the Stanford fair Mr Bonta the Parryvilie cater er will fnrnteh it NEW and attractive styles in suits hats shirts shoes etc suitable for the fairs at Cummins McClarys MRS GBORGB R FALLIS the aged mother of Dr O B Falls of this place died at her home in Henry coun ty last week B W DURHAM who killed John Giv ens colored at Junction City Thurs day was held over to the Boyle circuit court in 13000 TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices ED Owt4i son helate Socrates Owens died yesterday at Raleigh N C after a long illness The remains will be brought here for interment and they will likely arrive tonight A VERY small attended court here yesterday and business of all kinds was dull The farmers are busy and tho hot weather was too severe for many of the habitual court goers to come to town To MAMMOTCAveRockcastle Lincoln and Boyle Countys excursion to Mammoth Cave July 18 Special through coach on early morning train arriving at Mammoth Cave for dinner 935 the round trip pays the railroad fare also board at cave hotel and the two routes through the cave Leaves Livingston 310 A M Mt Vernon 340 Brodhead 3W Crab Orchard 411 Row land 430 Stanford 433 Junction City 462 Parksville 505 Brumfield 514 Gravel Switch 522 A M See L N agent J S Rice ATTENTION TURNPIKE CONTRACTORS I Bear in mind that all stone must be put on the turnpikes before the 1st day of January 190 and all gravel must be put on on orbefore the 15th day of Oc tober 1907 Tho contractor stipulates in his bond to pay 5 a day for each and every day after said dates he may have failed to comply with this stipulation of the bond as liquidated damages Be fore beginning work each contractor will notify Samuel Dudderar the supervisor Gilberts Creek Lincoln coun ty Ky who will either in person meas ore your wagon beds and direct where the metal is to be spread or have one of his assistants there to measure the wagon beds and direct where the metal is to be put R C Warren Judge June 25 1907 CHURCH MATTERS Rev H M Moffett has removed from Burnside Ky to Glenville W Va Dr Carter Helm Jones has resigned his charge at Broadway Baptist Church to assume the pastorate of the Louis vine Baptist Lcitchfield Va Messrs Elder and Qwens the vocal music teachers will Eld J G Livingston and Rev George H Nicol in the protracted meeting which begins at Logans Creek church Sunday morn ing next J B Bourne informs us that the ladles of New Antioch church set a part the product of their hens one Sunday for the of the church The eggs 42 at 12c per dozen Ono sister manifested the proper spirit by her mite of one dozen or 12 cents Lancaster Record Take the Postmasters Word for It Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherry vale Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines He says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1s standard hero in its line It never falls to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to be without it For sale by all druggists Gov Beckham has appointed Randolph H Blain police judge of Louisville The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror RAB ORCHARD 0 KENTUCKY On Ijincniter Street between Bprlnsi and- waymile from Halt Hulphur Well name from Drown prll1gl Spllnuhl in- eaadcooicomtorinbaeroouut lutes rwtk 1r 29c 4 seen for choice of 10 patterns Spio Emprime this SeatoVs Newest fabric it is bnlf silk and shows n tine llfster the regular price is 50c per ydour price I or Wednesday is 20c l South East Corner Main and IDepot Streets r t 1 J 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 Here arc some of our specialties5c at 4c lOc Lawns at 80 15c Lawns at 12ej 25o Lawns at lOc 5to Lawns nt 39c China Silk 25c 25c Swisses at lOc collars 51015 and 25c Belts 2550 81 150 and 176 Givo us a call and get rock bottom prices for the next 30 days A money Boer for you t 0 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI For the Fairii Shirts Collars 1 A- NDNeckwearIi 1 t W jB Pertains IIKentucky E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky T Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal tile Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address J C LEWIS Prin London KyIOUI l t 1 iThe Interior Journal Snleredinthe Pod Office at Stanford aa M n lcIaM mailer yssunnao TODSOAVB AND TIUDA I AT J00 PER YEAR CASH When not ao paid 1100 will be chargf f1 Jesse W Sweeney rnopaiKTo- KXiivery Food and Solo Stabl Lancaster Ky NOTICEone needing n Union Jnck rind Wire Stretcher cnn lonve their order with T D wlntul at HtuiiforU Ho tins one he will how nnd take your order and wilt t- 12h1nnwonhurl notice BTLUNBFOnn NOTICE 1 01yatplnnHpringseltunled6udleetoutof i and on MeKlnncy which hacks rnn Hundny II treatmentsow open for tho of JUieuini item Liver Kidney lllndder nnd oil Htoni soh nnd llowol Troubles Rheumatism n spoclRlty nt reasonable rates For partlcu tare and terms address FMHIMHPror RFD fox 32 Itustonvllle B D CARTER Now Livory Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE rue Lightning WindStorm Life and None the BTKONOEBT and BUST Oompnulcs Represented Loweit Pos Mbln Rates Guarnntewith a Paying llee JIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyreadymadeolothingwhenthere ttfo difference aaade mite and a cult made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a l Drt orao line of Spring A Hummer goodi I can make from a low price business suit to Use finest dress null Overcoats Trous era and Fancy Vests The company I rep ttient II second to none 110 UUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky BLACK HAWK Doming yearn old heavy bone black with white points lea hands high will serve Jen ueUnl 115U for Jiick colts 11000 for Jennet mares at Kro to Insure a living colt Mares parted with forfeits Insurance Pus sure at 1200 t r month Not responsible for accidents should Buy occur Cull see my Jacks end their Jack colts ns well t can show you what my Jack can do as fO on the Missouri planI show you Instead telling you I will take pleasure In show ing all mule Jack and Jennet I will also stand my Jack Peyton for to insure a living eo some terms ns shack Hawk Will also serve a few mares e lroo with my high bred colt Independence Chief H Moreland Ky Boone Walls Sucosors to B D Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Pepot Street STANFORD KY special Attention liven Commercial Mon IllKi at Ueusonable Hates Stock Pens In Connection Also agents for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery tlnolllle mind tamu MllUr ItMachinery and HawThreshing will you to see us before ou buy Abo- aommlulon snlosmen for all secondhand- nacbinery J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery f STANFORD KY Phone Home Phone 85 IiotUcclax JlBeazleyCo isaasc r oases n + Undertakers and Einlalrr en Also Dealers in Fur il k aiture MattingaRugs They exchange Furniture for I tJrillr Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right j STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Allen Edelln of Mercer passed ui to Crab Orchard yesterday with a fine lot of show horses for the fair The Commercial Club of Kuttawa gave the tobacco growers of Lyon county a free barbecue About 7000 peo pie attended Reports from over the country show that the only drawback to the wheat crop is the lack of hands in Kansas to harvest the grain The poultry handling establishment E Rcnaker at Winchester was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 3000 fulI ly covered by insurance- I C James will leave Monday for Stanford with a string of five fine- roadster horses which he has entered In the fair at that placeHarrodsburg Democrat COURT DAY There were only 75 cat tie on the market yesterday All sold and prices ranged form 3 to lie There was little or no trading In mules and horses It was a slow day in every wayH P Hawkins Is probably the first man in this section to thresh his barley and he has it almost housed Mr Haw kips is a great believer in grazing bar ley and prefers it to rye or wheat lie Is a most successful farmer Advocat FOR SALE Southdown 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 address Miss Mattie H Hewes Morelan Ky R F D Box 38- Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed tor holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford July 173 days Lancaster July 243 days Danville July 313 days Cynthiana July 314 days Harrodsburg Aug 64 days Lexington Aug 126 days Georgetown Aug 63 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Brodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Barbourville Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 3I days Bardstown Sept 44 days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- Shepherdsville Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 28i days Paris Sept 3five days Long Live The Kings the popular cry throughout Kurt peso countries while in America the cry of the present day is Long liv- Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remed lea of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never falls to give immcd ate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Pains opinion is shared by a majority of tholnnahitant of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for oughs and colds Its the only sure cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Oc and S1 Trial bottle free Bad Burn Quickly Healed I am so delighted with what Cham erlalns Salve has done for mo that feci bound to write and tell you so- savs Mrs Robert Mytton4Y7 John St amllton Ontario My little daugh tel had a bad burn on her knee I applied Chamberlains Salvo and it heal cd beautifully This salvo allays be pain of a burn almost Instantly It Is for sale by all druggists Jersey City is to have the largest play ground in the world It will be about six times as largo again as the great Stadium at Athens and more than half as large again as the famous parade ground adjoining Prospect Park rooklyn A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed ono of the most remarkable cases of Baling ever recorded Amos F King of that place says Bucklena Arnica Salvo cured a sore on lay leg with which I had suffered over 80 years am now 85 Guaranteed to cure all- sores by Pennys Drug Store 2oc The steamer Tremont which arrived at Victoria B C broughtnews ofdes perate fighting in Formosa where the J are conducting operations against the Formosa natives mostly head hunters Announcement is made that the famous likeness of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart known as the GIbbs Channln Avery portrait has been acv aired by the Metropolitan Museum of rtSeveral hundred were caught under a large tent at the Lebanon Ind lautauqua It was blown down in a storm and were injured in- the panic which followed St Louisans have been indicted in Denver tunialleged tho fraudulent entry of lands in Colorado and Montana James E Marshall aged 80 Is dead at Georgetown Here and There The Lanham Lumber Co at Lebanon burned Loss 45000 insurance 7500 II Counts shot himself to death at Grayson His wife was lying beside him in bed when he committed the deedAlexander Adrehi who had his spinal cord severed by a bullet four years ago will soon be discharged from the City Hospital on IBlackwells Island entirely wellDuring a funeral service in Clay county R B Abner and Will Sprinkles engaged In a dispute which ended In Sprinkles shooting Abner through the thigh Tho beginning of the end of the lIay wood trial seems to be in sight as counsel for the defense have announced they have but three or four more witnesses toexamineMiles of Wolfe county has secured leases on 5000 acres of land In Menifee county for oil and gas and wltl drivo n number of test wells as soon as machinery can be put on the ground James H Peel a Fayette count magistrate was shot and fatally wounded at Lexington J R Magoffin and James Moberly were lodged in jail on tho charge of doing the shooting Clay Thomas the 17 year old boy who killed Jesse Abner April 11 near BeaU yule was given a life sentence The jury was out only about 20 minute His youth was all that saved him from the gallows Dr George F Jolly of Boston a specialist in mental diseases and Dr G A Blumer of Providence R I were appointed comasters with JUdge Edgar Aldrich of Littleton N H to determine the competency of Mrs Mary Baker G Eddy Lieut Col Thurston of the New York National Guard has been selected to captain the rifle team which will represent the United States in the ternational contest for the Palma trophy which will be held at Rockvil Range Ottawa Canada Sept 7 Southern iron foundries have sold up for nine months ahead and are havir no trouble taking orders at 1850a ton for No 2 foundry The mills are try- Ing to get increased production so ns to meet the demands of the trade and mines are getting out large quantities The Triennial Conclave of the Gran Encampment Knight Templar of Amer- Ica at Saratoga Springs July 711 i the first gathering of this order ever held in New York State Knight remplarfrom all parts of Europe and America will be present at the convention Four persons were burned and one man injured by jumping in a fire which destroyed the hotel at Burksville and several other buildings The fire started in the hotel and spread so qulcki hat escape was cut oil and the guest were forced to jump from the windows One man probably will die from Inhal- Ing the smoke and flames Col William Dodd the noted Hus anville horseman was in town the other day and reported to the Chautauqua a emarkable experience with rats At has been frequently announced the pests have been going about in droves this spring devouring everything that crosses their path A hungry bunch visited Col Dodds farm and unceremoniously ate three of his dogs five hcns and chickens two or three ducks and several geese Ho says the rats were the largest and most vicious that he has ever seen The Charming Woman- not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all- the world admires neatnoslt clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightly ness of step and action that accompany ood health A physically weak woo- man Is never attractive not oven to- herself Electric Bitters restore weak womon give strong nerves bright oyes smooth velvety skin beautiful miploxlon Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Whats hatsign uromaking thero asked the grocer Fresh Eggs replied tho new clerk Hml Make it read Freshlaid Eggs while youre about It What for Everybody knows the- eggs were fresh when they were laid Just so and thats all its safe for us to say about them Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kclley of Mansfield Pa- wrllcs I was In poor health for two cars suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and spentconslilerablo money consulting physicians without italnlng any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure and deslro to add my testimony that It muy- be the cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes G L Penny In an interview at Houston Texas Jackson Smith member of the Pana ma Canal Commission stated that the importation of laborers to the isthmus s being discouraged as they do not do well with American laborers riieros no needof suffering with bronchitis Breathe Hyonfel and its paling medication will stop all Irrl tatlon Sold under guarantee by G L Penny Bobbitt on Crab Orchard For about one hour I have sat out In tho wild forest of tangle of locust cedars and wild roses now in fragrant bloom Inhaling their sweet odors and watching the numerous buggies pas full of beautiful women drawn by fnst horses and then came the gondola about 30 passengers for the Sprlnls and Dillions bus loaded to bust and Elams hack by no means alone but with its full complement of passengers What a lively place What fast horses t What lovely women I What a rent place Is Crab Orchard in her Bummer apparel I Well may it bo called thot Saratoga of the West It Is the most beautiful place In the world There once was a town here but fire removed the houses and now you can see the town And what a beautiful glorious town Rome Palmyra and Byzantium have all risen flourished culminated and fallen but Crab Orchard is still here and bids fair to remain here theI abode of tho fair as long as any place remains on tile map of time FONTAINE F BOBBITT A Memorable Day One of the days we remember wl pleasure as wolf as with profit to our health Is time one on which we acquainted with Dr 1Ings beo1moI Lllls the painless runners cureI headache nnd biliousness and the bowels right 2oo at PennsIDrug Store Secretary of the Navy Metcalf a pounced officially that the United States will send a fleet of 20 battleships to the Pacific coast next winter the trip be- Ing made around Cape Horn Ho 838 Uie trip is merely a practice cruise and lenses that the Japanese troubles hao anything to do with the proposed mOQ meat The fleet will winter in San Francisco harbor During the summer kidney Irreg1 antics are often caused by tXceulve drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys atonco by using Foley Kidney Cure G L Penny BUTCHER STUFF WANTED t I wnnt to buy butcher cnttlo of nil kind for the Knitrrn market Wimt a iiir to d jrnonwecU Itt price paid J W WII laws Phone srtiHtiinfiml Ky Notice Butchers I Oool rr frlRf mtor 9 feet high nod eft Uleforiajo nt nlmrRaln Also n lot of MARahIALL IIICIiKI IU lltutonvlllt Ky QUAUTEULY UKPOUT OP TarI Copies Bank of Htstoovill at the floe of tmtincas on the 29th Jay of June 1907- RESOURCES sans and UlnhISn weds n ts secu red 274 II Over1ra ft unsecured c from National IbS TW7 di Out from SUit Uinki makers S GIS M lue from Trust Owijartl f UTxl inking and 161 4 Ml Olher kal Ettatc o ono 00 or lt lu IIWI S ItonJi oeoo r Olher Stocks aaIHeaJ aowo- eck i icK rCurrency 29at of 4111 ctWlRIt Ir Uarls s 4ss 0 Other items camel aeGsk rnllumtvJ Rtares telI tuDd tTuCurreiJlttllfllwMQulrIIrt 074 1- 8lr fkMi ihuirtrr Il2Jat Idyl5- 711to filv JeKrirtlM locilkm wale how lone owned ill rat e eAapi- nkltg hwu anJ lei It asywned king er tIen live ejr LIABIUT1ES 0a poet psld le b cIIItoO0 ur sPurW UnilvlJ IHoiM teal Due Depotlltri as toaows- vtreposhl toclwck an whkk IatMh aMpsid 1717251- posies Hibjitct chick ea- MchlnterestIssN oa Demallol rllkatH of Jpo tt un whkh htt mui jU so aTime certMot of kre lli wNch Mictest Is pka o eM s vingsdepoaas an which hi fresh it paN ooooo e4O e ks Oue National ttemiu Due Suit lltnkt anJ Rankers TIM It 7296 N Ju TatCofflfnl k Cuhltrl Checks ouuur dl e Ollis r1IKuunlH 1500- UnlJU a l1lI1elII ono Tatesllue and iir U 00 Cplul stxk not raw w IISUPPLEMIDTAi ghestamount ol taleHdntis of any slockholter person company r firm cklJlnr the lUMUty of the towtviny or lirm the df the InJIvMual mem tn thereof i1recgyofInJlreetiyIfuBhl- ebttdnrss exceeds ao percent of cap IUI stock actually vild hi and actual ountnf surplus of the bank W M Is InJebtednessLateJ In above Item t tcuredV teal tate Iorllle- See Sec sI I Statutes IIIRhnl amount of Indebtedness of any IIlltctor or officer amount of such ln 1ebleJness exceeds rev cent of paI4 up caplUI stock of bank 33 900 Sec Hi Kentucky Statutes lIow Is sane tecuted Iteal Estate amount of Indebtedness any son company or firm Including In the Mtv of the company or firm the Ubll Ity of the Individual members thereof ex per cent of rUup capital salceo1fo surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses louts Interest anJ taxes deducted therefrom before clarine dividend and was not less than to cent omit profit of the bank for this lad covered the dividend curled Ihsurplus fundbefore said dividend lIeclare1 yn See Sec qb Kentucky Statutes 71110 STATE OF KENTUCKY i counly of Lincoln J W Hoiklni Tattiler of The Peoples Hank e bank located and dolne business In the town of llmonfllie In said countybeing duly Iotys the foregoing report a true Iiale- menl of the condition of saU lank at the close business on Ihe 291h day of Juoe ioo7 to the best 01 hll knowledge and belief and further says that tin mess of said hank has teen transacted at named and not elsewhere and that the above- report Is made In compliance with an official notice cflye1 from the Secretary of State designating the 2JII1 day of June ioo7 as the day on which suclt- report snail be made and sworn to lufor me by J W UkIDlbe3rddITfJulrliI01 Notary Public n ins for Lincoln county Ky Jljr coninilsslon espltt Ju 111910 J C Marker Uintuett McCormsck James U uwtll Directors CFrOf alAND CRIITOX HRAND Buy Griffon IJraiul Ciuaruntcctl Clothes They nro always in good form SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY We have Frazier Carts with steel and Rubber tires A nice assortment of Buggies we- e l are disposing of at a small profit Come and look atthemlW H Stanford KentuckyI I r USE ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them in Pressing irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY dd hmF 1 Citizens of Stanford andIVicinity I Why stand ye here all het up and frustra ted Buy a Peerless Freezer and get cool- and collected It is the best investment you ever made Steadfast and Best Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Groceries Queetiswaro Tinware Ac Main Street STANFORD KY TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Hugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains WalllaperMr has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 29 Night 166 or 133 Cc POSTED We Whose nnlllel meow fpns4htgolators to the full extent of tho law Fred Vonflruenlgnn Itnlclionlinuh i1roJAVonuruoulgsnFred ItelchenUioli Joiepli Ilnllou HnfntanltOhrls wittmghnrnuthrlstlnmiIn0 IInlilorOIl1I1n MPendlolonWPeter Iliiliner J Uamenlsah lluughortyJOHprottJMartinMMorW I1 Martin Hnmuel Lindsay M KOordlor rviiploJSirsHpoOllnlllOtOIM K Lawrence