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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t L t 2 JXV i yZrsa I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IjVOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 10 1907 NO 39 eYaThe LINCOLN COUNTY FAIRyI At Stanford KyWednesday Thursday and Friday July 17 18 and 19 07 S=S=ES=LIBERAL PREMIUMS IN ALL RINGS o4t Storms Great Military Band Will Furnish the Music i AMUSEMENTS OF ALL I KINDS 1 Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings Each Day of the Fair A B Bonta the Celebrated Perryville Caterer will furnish a fine dinner each day S T HARRIS PressJ F CUMMINS Sec r Our Pretty Bubble Correspondent I Visits Caseyand Russell and Writes About Those Counties As the readers of the I J seldom have direct news from Russell and Casey counties in compliance with a re quest from those who have once called this home I will jot down a few items When Juno days with all their lan guid and relaxing suggestions of thIS temperature of July came when the mercury took a rise in life to my infin- Ite discomfort I began to think of a changeIdeals of vacation are as varied aa human nature Some find the greatest relaxation In the great Metropolitan centers but as for me give me the quiet solitude of the mountain country where I may be lulled by the chatter of the stream or the cool silence of the forest glade and indeed rest and dream On the morning of June 21 left Dan ville over tho Q d C for McKinney where I boarded the hack which runs from that place to Mlddleburg Tho hack line is in charge of Mr Clell Mc Anlncb who with splendid team and his patrons to wagon soon conveys their destination Mlddleburg one of the principal burgs in tho State of Casey seems to bo growing and boasts of nearly aUI vthe Improvements which our Lincoln county towns have The best school in tho county is located hero and the new bank building which has been erected J In recent years docs credit to the town Being located on tho banks of l 1 Green river tho land around is very fertile and evidences of thrift arc seen f on every hand Her sister town Yo Semite just acoss the river has a num 1bet of stores and all of the merchants Here the hack line nro prospering I changes teams for Dunnvlllc Tho dis a tanco is 20 miles so with a copy of Browning and n recent Issue of the IN TERIOR JOURNAL settled myself for tho long ride Until recent data Casey has had tollgates therefore tho pikes are in much better condition than those in our county This is one of the lovli i est drives I over saw The pike is downgrade all of the way and with excellent t horses the time is very short until Dunnville is reached This is indeed a pretty little town of thrift thosignsThere are many merchants nro busy the sound of the hammer is noticeable and tho heavy pounding of the blacksmiths sledge can be heard in tho shops One of tho most interesting enterprises is the immense spoke factory located near here Thousands and thousands of spokes and single trees are made here each day The land is very fertile I much of It being river bottoms While here I stopped with a cousin Dr L F Hammond who is a demo crat in the true sense and a great ad mirer of the INTERIOR JOURNAL From Dunnville I went over into Russell county This county is consid ered in the mountains but some of the most beautiful und fertile fields I have ever seen stretch out as far all of thetho eye can sec Most timber has been taken away and more jiattention Is being given to the cultiva soil than In recent years From present indications jt Is believed- that the wheat crop will be as good as in previous years and that the yield will bo far above the average A scarcity- of labor Is noted hero also and tho farmers are experiencing great difficulty In securing men to handle the crops Corn and oats are hardly so good as last year but a fairly good yield is ex pected These people are very hospitable and can not satisfy themselves in doing for the comfort and pleasure of their guests indeed a guest always feels as if ho or she would like to build a tabernacle and remain One noticeable feature is that a copy of the INTERIOR JOURNAL is found in nearly every home Russell Springs has long been famous for its mineral water and a weeks stay there makes one feel as If he had been to the legendary Fountain of Youth Tho Kimble Hotel is always filled with guests and each one Is loud in praises of the genial host From Russell county I came to Min tonville a burg of Casey This vil1 logo Is located near the famous Green River Knob one of the highest elevations in Kentucky When looking at this I feel that ages must have repair ed hero for inspiration The natural scenery around this is sublime and one Is made to realize more forcibly what a master workman our Creator was and id My stay in this county is doubly dear because it is the old home of my parentsBut all I find no home or pee pie like those of dear old Lincoln So heros wishing them all tho joy and happiness which these balmy summer days afford FLONNIB C HAMMOND Best Moalcine In the World for Colic and Diarrhoea I find Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to be tho host remedy in tho world says Mr C L Carter of Sklrum AlaOIl am subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring It sOoinod us though I would die and think I would if 1 hadnt taken Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itomedy I havnt been troubled with it since until title week when I had a very severe attack and took half n bottle of tho 23 cent sizE Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new man For salo by all druggists Grinding his tcetn ho muttered a low oathI dont know whats gotten into this razor ho exclaimed It wont cut at gave a little cry of amazement Why she said when 1 opened that can of potted ham with it this morning it was so sharp It nearly took my finger off Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa writes I was la poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and siientconslderablo money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it maybe the cause of restoring tho health- of others Refuse substitutes G L Penny It would take 10500000 acres to produce the amount of grain which Eng land yearly imports from abroad The county of London covers 75442 acres but the London police area Is 443421 acres NEWS NOTES Chester Spencer was killed in a runaway near Glasgow- A mouse ate 17 in bills for Fred Brock a Cincinnati merchant Curt Smith was shot and killed by SIgel Turner In Breathltt They were playing cards- Mayor Eugene Schmitzs application for ball was defeated In the California court of appeals The Grand Encampment of Knights Templar voted to hold its next triennial conclave In Chicago In 1910 The telephone girls in the Cumber land Exchange at Shelbyville walked out when their demand for more pay was not acceded to Jacob Pardue Miss Nellie Noe Miss Sidney Comstcck and a colored boy Ed Brown were drowned by the capsizing of a boat on Beech Creek near Spring fieldPresident McCrea of the Pennsylvania railroad testified that the en forcement of the twocent rate law would be inequitable both to the rail roads and the traveling public Deserted by her husband and finding it Impossible to support her three small children Mrs Silas Whitten of Owen county committed suicide by taking strychnine Her children found her dead in the bed by their side The report of the Interstate Commerce Commission as to its Inquiry into the railroad operations of Edward H Harriman was made public Saturday No recommendations are made as to civil or criminal prosecutions but the commission severely scores what it terms Indefensible financing- A committee representing Kentucky University at a conference with rep resentatives of the State College signified that it saw no objection to chang- Ing the latter institutions name to State University Lexington Ky Curators of Kentucky University will have to acquiesce in finding and the Legislature wilt bave to authorize the change of name The Charming Woman is 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 alt the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that Hprlghtll ness bf step and action that accompany good health A physically weak woo man is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Storey Near Ryan Fleming county while Floyd Stacey John Heed and Sam Reed were engagcu in a fight John Reed shot Stacey through tho and Sta ce in turn shot Reed and killed him instantly A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y tins witnessed one of tho most remarkable cases of healing over recorded Amos F King of that place says Bucklena Arnica Salve cured a sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years am now 85 Guaranteed to cure all sores by Pennys Drug Store 25c Australia though 2G times as large- as the whole of the British Indies has a population smaller than that of London The mother of the King of Portugal is said to have been bankrupted through her passion for dress MARKSBURY Dont forget the musical to be given at the Lancaster court house July 19 Admission 15 25 and 35 cents Some of the best talent in the State has been secured including Prof J W Ireland and Miss Berta Jean Penny of Stan fordMisses Lillie Leavell May Robinson Elizabeth Simpson Minnie and Bettie Royston and Georgia Dunn attended atIMrs Eubanks and daughter of Boyle are guests of her mother Mrs Bell Perkins Miss Browning of Lexing ton Is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Cobb R M Robinson Is out after a few days illness Mrs Shouse of Versailles arrived last week to visit her son at the Baptist parson age Mrs Ophelia Dunn who has been ill at the home of her sister Mrs Ed Perkins was able to return to Lancas ter Friday Henly Bastin and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine son Mrs Tom Wallsand children have returned to Somerset after a visit to rel atives Mesdames M F Rout R A Wedneslday The testimony of thoso who have learned by experience which is the best teacher is always valuable Wil Ham L Douglas the millionaire shoe manufacturer was asked the other day if ho had ever tried advertising in other mediums than the newspapers I should say sol he replied Magazines circulars street car signs and many another Once I actually painted a whole town red spreading my advertisements over its fences and roofs and barns and everywhere my men could find space for an ad Ive tried them all and the newspapers give by far the best results War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring check the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foloys Honey an Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are In no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Tim genuine is in a yellow package G L Penny Eight members of the Middlesboro company of the State Guard who were members of a posse which killed a man while making an arrest over tho line in Virginia will not go to the Norfolk encampment While Gov Swanson of requisitionIfor r State arc threatening trouble Tho Somerset Journal says that the blackberry crop is a very large one i that bailiwick That settles it The can pay their taxes down there thi year When the crop fails it is said they cant Somerset Journal 1111whntdoes Cleanses and stimulates the bowels without Irritation In any form G L Penny President Roosevelt did a new stunt at Sagamore Hill Ho pitched ha with a laborer and beat at th aheaifdrowning WANTEDLINCOLN FARMStl wn a L A large number of people in this and other counties in Eastern Kentucky arc selling their coal and timber lands at handsome prices and are buying firms in Lincoln and other Blue Grass counties We are in touch with buyers throughout Eastern Kentucky If you have a farm in Lincoln for sale list it with us and it will sell t SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTION OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTSIAddress the Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky Cbe Lincoln County national DanktOf Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKSPRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxtou Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wnynesburg Ky First National BankStanford Ky ICapital Stock 500001I IThl limitation wa i established as Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1898 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1585 and again reorganized ai the First National Bask of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with faculties tot transact Ing Business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career i Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J 8 UOOKER Preit BT HARRIS V Ires 11 MoROBERTS Ohr W n Olin Directors r Beld Dan l11e T Harris Stanford Ill Hocker Stanford McKInneyM 9 H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Baughman Stanford J Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford e s Ii Dheatingscoal Xo ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for ti residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that inter r is here r S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky i Tinner and Plumber Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best 1Foor Finish is JSENULAO ilW B MoRoberts t WEABENAsst DRUGGIST STANFORD The Interior Journal IfE C WALTON i JTROBERTSIIi candidate for Miil trntf In the Orchard Magisterial JDUtrlct subject to the lotion of the party JOHN J MOSERrror Jnller or Lincoln count Subject to the action of the Democrat- party c t M BRUCE f counlIIUc is party JAMES C HAYS- Lncandldntuforintler of abject to of tho Democratic r party D C ALLEN tIIR candidate for Aso or of Lincoln coun ty nbject to the notion ofthe Democratic hYparty GEORGIA legislators satisfied of tho t evil results of the lobby have passed a drastic bill against lobbying by a vote of 159 to 0 Under its provision lobbyists must register with the Clerk the House and the Secretary of thelJ iof as to their employment by cor porations to promote or oppose legislation and must also file the names of e the employing corporations together k with descriptions of the legislation in reference to which service is to be rendered The bill also makes it un lawful for lobbyists to go upon the floor of the Legislature while in session or to speak in private to legislators- in regard to legislation They will be permitted to appear only before committees Violation of law is punishable by fine and imprisonmentc JUDSON HARMON Attorney General r in President Clevelands Cabinet in a speech before the Kentucky State Bar i Association at Bowling Green condemned t centralization of power in the Federal Government and declared that the people need no guardians and are able to manage their own affairs He said States rights has a broader mean log now than formerly but that no one man should arrogate to himself the right to decide what the people of any section want MR FAIRBANKS is not the first man to get in trouble on cocktails TheI eW C T U is after him with a stick for serving them at a recentI function He tried to excuse himself however by refusing anything but a lemonade at Spokane where he was the guest of the Chamber of Commerce and with which he drank the toast To Spokane and its future progress and prosperity POLITICAL M 0 Dever has been appointed postmaster at Gravel Switch President Roosevelt appointed Ches ter W Hill collector of the port at PhiladelphiaThe fare bill as amended by the assembly of Wisconsin passed the Senate It goes into effect August 15 Dr J T Walker of Harlan has an nounced his candidacy for the Repub Bean nomination for State Senator from the 33rd district The next National Republican Convention will be composed of 992 delegates of which 332 will come from the South The number required to nomi nate is 497- Mayor Bingham has announced the appointment of the following to be members of the Board of Public Safety of Louisville W W Davies John Stites and Judge James P Gregory James B Brown Will N Cox and T J Humphreys were named to constitute Mayor Binghams Board of Public Works and immediately took possession of the office at the City Hall Ben Howe was appointedCity Buyer to sue ceed Fred Bishop An agreement has been reached be tween Secretary of War Taft and the representatives of the Catholic Church in the Philippine Islands regarding a number of important matters ofcontro versy which will obviate the necessity of prolonging vexatious lib elations No other candidates having announced for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Fifth Appellate district the pri mary ordered by the district committee to be held on August 1st hue been called off by District Chairman W A Lee and lion John D Carroll of t I Henry county has been declared the nomineetCol Albert Scott was selected as of the Republican State Cam 1paign Committee and A S Bennett secretary of the Republican State Cen tral Committee was chosen as secre tary John Wood of Mt Sterling is chairman of the Speakers Committee Headquarters of the Campaign Commit tee will be in the headquarters of the State Central Committee at the Louis ville Hotel Appointment of Henry Watterson as chairman of the Committee of Invita tion E H Bacon chairman of the Committee on Hotels and Accommoda tiorus Gen John B Castleman chairS man of the Committee on Finances and t- 1Robert E chairman of the Committee on Press and Publicity by the of 100 marked the first Ue campaign to get the Na tional Democratic or 1906 to assemble in TatevlllellPull18kl Jack Parton was instantly killed near Lancaster by lightning lV F Powell aged 501 1 fa dead of stomach trouble in Madison Mrs Louis Todd wife of a proml R1Chmond merchant is dead w Engineer George Porter of Louis ville was killed in a wreck at LaFol lette Tenn Tom W Sawyers a prominent merchant of Parkers Lake Pulask county dead aged Wm 55Ipostmaster at and Eli Hays at Ballis same county Judge Jarvis has called a special four weeks term of the Rockcastle court beginning the fourth Monday in Sep temberSixteen men were injured in a wreck on tho Queen and Crescent road near Somerset when a local freight crashedI into a work train The icehouse on the farm of G T Higginbotham in Garrard burned last week His smokehouse was close by was saved by hard work Mrs Emma Cleveland Wood died suddenly at her home in Harrodsburg aged 79 She was the mother of Henry Cleveland Wood the poet and author Levi Roberts and I Horace Norton were each given six years in the pen tentiary by a jury in the Rockcastlc circuit court They were charged with killing Big Jim Harlan Col Ben Lee Hardin of Harrods burg says that the report of Gen Wat Hardins great luck in a Georgia goldmine is all a joke Doubtless the olonel is in a good position to know John Ballard a young man died at Corbin of injuries received from having an air compressor in the Louisville k Nashville roundhouse turned on him by another employe The act was done in jest Rev Strother M Cook formerly of Mercer county but for many years a missionary to Africa died at Ibidan Africa on June 1st Rev Cook was well known in this county where he had many friends who will learn of his death with sincere sorrow The jailers fees of the town under saloons averaged just about 150 per month for the first six months of last year but for the past six months aver about 35 per month The police f the town are costing 100 per month less than under saloons and are bringing better resultsSomerset Journal Hon William Jennings Bryan and Senator Tillman are to be the star attractions at the Lebanon Chatauqua which begins next Thursday Bryan speaks next Saturday afternoon on his recent trip around the world Senator Tillman is to appear on the afternoon of July 23 his subject being A Plea For the People The lid was on without question in Louisville Sunday and although 12 or so reports were investigated no licensed saloonkeeper was arrested on charge of violating the Sunday law One Negro said to have sold liquor without any cense was arrested on that charge and the charge that ho had violated the Sunday law added The temperance people of the city are arranging for a series of temper ance lectures beginning Wednesday night July 17th The meetings will be held in the skating rink Mayor Woods of Richmond Eld Joseph Ballou and Hon P M McRoberts of Stanford President Taylor of Winchester Rev Joseph Severance of Frankfort and Rev Hamm are among the speak ers Somerset Republican KINGSVILLE J Ed Boland of Lexington is here buying railroad ties Mrs Tom Upthe grove and little daughter of Ludlow are the guests of Mrs Mayor Smith Mr Johnson of Mt Olive died Thursday He is survived by his wife and three daughters viz Mrs G A Walter Misses Lula and Corinne Johnson and one son Mr Jack Johnson Deceased was a fine citizen Miss Lula Johnson arrived Thursday from Knox villeMrs W L McCarty and son Mike of Stanford were the guests of rel atives here Mrs Lizzie Collins and children have returned to their home at Somerset after a visit to relatives hereBud Skidmore is ill with typhoid ver7 Mrs Robert Smith has been quite sick There is a great deal of sickness in our community just no wand both doctors are kept very busy Miss Bertha Gooch has returned from Somerset Mrs Mollie Hudson of Montgomery Alabama is the guest of her mother Mrs Caroline Horton Clar ence Dunn has resumed his position as Engineer on the Q C R R Rev Bradford of London is hero looking after his farming interests Born on the 10th inst to Mrs John Walls a fine girl Mr E W Creighton went to Danville Thursday Mlona stomach tablets aro a per maneut cure Jar Indigestion and nIlI much misery Fifty cents a box If y do what is claimed they will cost nothing If they fail O L Pen ny The average Sunday congregation at St Pauls ista400 at Westminister ab bey 2000iIul wr Y Additional Local doubleIland yesterday The Blue Grass Special leaves Moreland for Cincinnati at 550 A M and returns at 830 r M GOOD Srernatvrhr II C Baughman cashier of the Southern Bank Trust Co at Harriman Tenn sends us a statement of that institution which began business Jan 2 last Its deposits are 5852964 loans and discounts 7178307 The capital stock paid in is 40510 SAM W formerly night editor of the Louisville Herald has been appointed managing editor of the Market Growers Journal a trade paper which will make its initial appearance in Louisville August 7 Mr Sev erance is a brother of Mr Will Severance of this place and his friends here are glad to see his rapid progress in his j chosen profession To MAMMOTH CASt sRockcaatl 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 SL Mt Vernon 340 Brodhcad 350 Crab Orchard 411 Row land 430 Stanford 433 Junction City 452 Parksville 505 Brumfield 614 Gravel Switch 522 A M See L N agent J S Rice ON ring 40 in the catalogue of the Lincoln County Fair which begins Wednesday and continues Thursday and Fri day Mr W L McCarty candidate for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county gives a special prem ium On ring 41 Mr J M McCarty the pool room operator and soft drink man gives a special premium On ring 43 Mr M S Baughman candidate for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county gives the special premium On ring 42 Mr R B Ma bony the insurance man donates the special premium Look at these good rings in the catalogue Here and There William S Prendergast who has been a New York policeman for 11 years has retired from the force hav- Ing made 500000 in real estate specs lation during the past few years Arthur B Hurt a patient jumpedI from a eecond story window Thomas hospital at Nashville and was instantly killed He was cashier of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance CompanyInjunction suits were filed in the County District Court at Topeka Kan by Attorney General Jackson against 62 foreign fire insurance companies charging them with alleged violation of the State antitrust laws That the cause of medical science might be advanced and the conditions of thousands of suffering asthmatics might be removed Dr W W Robinson a wellknown physician and sur geon of Denver gave up his life Many new witnesses will be produced by the prosecution in the case against Caleb Powers charged with complicity whichrat Georgetown on July 29 The witnesses are being summoned to appear on that date Charles L Stone who has been gen eral passenger agent of the Louisville and Nashville railroad for the past seven years has tendered his resignation to take effect August 1 when he will become passenger traffic manager of the Missouri Pacific and Iron Mountain railroad systems Judge Alton B Parker late Democratic candidate for the presidency and Mrs Claude A Swanson wife of the Governor of Virginia barely escaped death at the hands of some unknown person who fired a pistol into a Pullman car on the Southern railway near Midlothan Station eight miles from Richmond ya- CHURCH MATTERS The Salvation Army is established in 52 countries and colonies and preach es the Gospel in 31 languages- Dr W H Warren of Barbourville has been engaged by a committee to conduct Evangelistic Services with a number of churches in Pulaski county for the next five or six months The Methodist Episcopal Church South has undertaken to build in Washington a national church which shall be in effect a cathedral of the denomination similar in its scheme to the Presbyterian cathedral suggested some time ago by Justice 1arlan- MATRIMONIAL Will Shelton who is one of the best engineers on this division was married last week to Miss Leila Sambrook a popular young lady of Livingston- Mr Joseph Ward Holman aged 21 and Miss Grace McClure of Crab Orchard secured license hero yesterday bondsiaidenta lucrative with the L N railroad His bride is a daughter of Mr John McClure and is an attractive ing woman The I J extends its congratulations L Take tho Postmasters Word for It Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherryvale Ind keeps also n stock of general merchandise and patent medicines Ho says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DlarrbocaHemedy is standard hero In its line It never falls to give satisfaction and wo could- hardly ntTonl to be without It It Por- sale by all druggists Secretary is seci to that President Roosevelt is having a real va cation and all visitors are met with the two words Write it Business nt Oyster Bay is conducted only during certain hours and the President is enjoying a real rest- BUTCHER STUFF WANTED I wont to buy butcher cattle of nil kind for the Knatvrn market Want n car lod oro wruk lIt rlrt paid J W WI lams Ilioii MM Htnnford Notice Butchers Good refrigerator 9 tt high sad o rwl ut n Ixirf nln Aifo n lot- tattehertouix ol lullII 11HHHlBliurlonvlllr J a NOTICE 111 10111 realms qgnlnst estaterio OOIlIlPCII and be- by nottk IIO UIl rolonly rotn RIIII tvrlnod III rPyutrvd ty by hrpt I btlr lon y tJlIr of normdolp lon dtodJd- orlIIlK1 XI OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whit Still Hns lwn thoroughly renovntnl sod It now In am condition to IIU the Ixwt of Flour Mtwl Kto Ciutom grlndln Will on as rli TIRMlAY nml FRIDAY grind foi the toll RI formerly live nu n W II SMITH 1Ollrlhrr- n Orchard Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sail 3ttnfr of fertile band PxeCltently Itn proveI will a twotor frame dweill- rrnonnous mock tarn and prfnUlII Ullnlt1 on the torte Ilurtonvl51111urnplkein Lincoln Cou farm on which John arPnter relhld In hit llfvtlniK will tw on ml at prlvut Matt fur u limited time The owners ar nonrvtlclnntiot the Hliito and not twin able rsonnl OUlltlOII to tbt fart havedreldeIU ell It St rAlr lrtMI Aildrttialllnqulrloi for price tunes an other particular to- OHAUIKMN MANNING Kocurlty Trust Co Islington 6 50 Years An Agency5 Tho oldest in Central Ken tuck Get Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre tented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STAFFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to lell m7 farm Mi miles wIt HutollvllllmIl6 from and Carpe ter Btatlon conttttln 0 r1kflacre of rIch wllco land nil II hint grnrs or t qultI dlvldtd- uivaninge tgrnrs This lenin sea ro ftl to have a goo dwelling 01 Melt piccu nho necessary outbuihllop The farm Inys nluost In a wIunre only angle In linen There are three lArlll ntnlilvi tvnan 111111111IPI1I1I1whole tract JHTBKIHOAIIIKNTKII FOR SALE A fine Lincoln county farm containin 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land Thi land is hne hemp and tobacco land mad art year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house ol run rooms halls porches cellars etc Tw stock barns one new stock barn the Urn is well watered with never failing spring and creek It is on a good turnpike ane near town and school This is an uptc late place and will be sold at n bargain sold within the next Co days ft cash baI 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 Ky Juno i 1007 One drop of B41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills th worm and relieves the chicken instantly When fed in the feed or water II is the best preventive Ihavo ever used- WILLCOmIES B41144 Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to curl Cholera Gapes Koup and Limber neck Price 50 cents No cure m ayiTho Fall Term Opons TUESDA Y SEPT 307 There are TEN free scholarships for each Legislative District See your County Superintendent now shout yours be made by your County Superintendent on Aug 17 Saturday State corti ficates and Life Diplomas are award ed when earned by work Write for complete catalogue to the presidentR N ROARK Richmond Ky FAIRSiJ This week begins the Fairs and you will wantthe Lightilcest and Coolest things pos vi i sible for comfort We are jL4 efreat son Light Shirts with or without Collars at t i 150 and 2 Low Shoes t 1t 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 and 500 Long Soft 4 in Hands Win ifi j1sorsr iff 25 and 50 Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from SOc to 650 The New Greys and BluesSerge TwoPiece Suits 1250 15 and 20 We will have everything necessary for your comfortra i H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY wwww- JXFLLWo The Famous Rexall Remedies Everything is Guaranteed See our Window Display for Rcxall PrizesI PENNYS DRUG STORE 1fStanford Kentucky Crab Orchard Fair I r On WEDNESDAY JULY 10TH tlu let day of the Crab Orchard Fair the day ladies arc admitted FREE wo trill demonstrate to them our motto ONLY THE BEST with our compliments n free chow of the original Colgans Taffy Tolu Como onto tho lair with your children tho first day and wo will also give them n free chew of this Pure Taffy Tolu Remember this Tolu is given free only to those who attend the lair LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggistsi Paris CreeniWhen you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest pricelSTANFORD aWlwl rFI lI I jIF YOU COME tTO THE FAIR Come in and rest with usget a drink of Ice Water and take advantage of the special offerings on Sum mer goods On all lines not sold out during the salewe will continue to offer at reduced prices Fans Belts Gloves Parasols Waists Wash Suits Lace Hose Lawns Swisses Hamburgs White Goods Etc- Laces SEVERANCE SON STANFORD tANrOJW KY JULY 1C 100i Wo Bull all drinks found at a firllt class City Soda Fountain Try our Egg Klin or Egg Phosphate Penny Drug Store NALStnow niGht v agent at Livingston SLAY Kurunr spent several days In JIxmlsvlllo last week v MRS T J FOWBII viiited Mrs C KvBolion at Lebanon last week MRS J HounBRMAN and children t Somerset are with relatives here Pnor It J McMuLUN of Louisvill l pent several days with friends here Miss KATHBIUNE MURPHY and Mr Will Murphy of McKinney are In Lou tivlllo MRS UnesiE McKINNeY who hal teen tick for tome time is cenval escent Miss ADHLE POLAND spent lIeveral days with MUs Katherine Walker at Pcrryvlllo WILLIAM AND OWSLBY WALTON ot Lexington are tho guests of Claibon C Walton EDITOU W P WALTON of the State Journal Frankfort spent Sunday with hit brother here bins A C Con TTs family has arrived from Cincinnati and joined him s at W H Traylori- Mn THOMAS T LACKEY of Lltcl Held is visiting his father and listens at Crab Orchard trv GEO II NICOL arrived Saturday and begun revival services at 101 Creek Sunday morning gona MRS T A KlCE and guest Mrs II C Hicc of Richmond IlpenUcveral days at Crab Orchard Springs HON HAIWEY HELM left this morn- Ing for Washington New York Jamestown and other points of interest i MEDAMCS J S KICK and W II of Mrs James Holdam Shanks were guests during the Crab Orchard Fail Miss ELIZABETH ALLEN of Mlllcn burg will arrive this afternoon to tithe guest of Miss Salllo Taylor Woodi Miss SUK WoNEtt has moved her sew ing room to tho cottage on West Main Street recently vacated by Mr M O VanDeveerMn MHB HonenT WARNER returned to their home at Anderson Ind visit to his Supday after a twoweeks parent here Mn J J McCALL who has cen hero under treatment of Dr E J Drown returned to his homo at lIazel Patch Friday MRS MARY BRYAN and son Jostpb Miss Ethel Cur of El Paso Texas and nlngham of Louisville are guests ot Miss Eula Tottcn MRS MARTHA PEITLBS who has been in Louisville for some weeks under treatment of an oyo specialist has returned home somewhat improved MIREH RCA BAKER Susie and Ala Thompson Rlssle Williams and Fannii Sparks of Mt Vernon will be Mrs Logan It Hughes guests during tho fairMASTERS CHAS DUNN of Madison Spalding Hill of Hustonvillo and Let Tumey of Cincinnati are guests ot Charles Dunn of the Walnut Flat sec I tionMESSRS PHIL SODEN and Fox Dud Louisville Satur derar came up from Carroll Dudderar who is doday to see ing nicely since ho was operated on foi appendicitis MR AND MRS J T BINGAMAN who have been residing nt Wcklwa I T some time have returned to old Lincoln and will likely locate here We hope they will do so MISSES EMMA WARREN and Slulla McCIary have issued invitations to meet Miss Katherine Marguerite Warren with Mr aud Mrs Walter Warren Wednesday evening July 17th MISSES SUE TAYLOR AND NANNIE t WOODS ENGLE IAN will uncertain tho following young ladies during tho fair Misses Mabel King Shelbyvtllc Sualo Wilkeraon Temple Texas Eddie Carpenter Millcrsburg M Kay Sallee Harrodsburg Josephine Sandidge Mil ledgeyillo and Levisn Harris Hubble Mr John Lewis Thomas Midway I MRS MILDRED BEAZLEY has returned from California where she spent the winter with her daughter Mm W S Beazley She Is now with her son Mr James Beazley Lexington avenue Mrs J I Hamilton entertained Fri day the following guests Mrs Maggie Sutton Mrs Victor Rce and little lauehter Stella Misses Sue Sutton ankle herring and sister Lancaster ecord PROP J W IRELAND was In Lexing ton yesterday JOHN JONES is visiting the Messrs Lee at Knoxvillo Miss KATIIERINC WARREN Is un from Somerset for the fair Miss ANNIE BUTT of Highland is with Miss Grace Brady DR J M BECK of Louisville is with the home folks for the fair MRS JAMES MKRSHON of Lebanon Junction is with relatives here Miss LULA CiutiSTMAN of Mt Ster ling is with the homefolks here DR J S COOPKR of Louisville was the guest of Dr J G Carpenter Miss MYRTLE EST8 of Crab Orchard is visiting her cousin Miss Eliza beth Estes MR ANn MRS W J YAGER ef Louisville are with the family of Mr W M Bright Miss MATTIE Jelhco will ho the guest or the Misses Menofee during the fair MISSES ESTER MCMURRAY of Indian apolis and Loulso Sims of Danville are with Miss Maude Carter Miss GEORGIA LEWIS went to Knox villo yesterday In answer to a flattering call to a Summer school at that villcMISSES EMMA WEST of Nicholas villc and Bettio West of Lancaster will arrive today to visit Miss Roberta Oltnnnon DR T W PESNINGTON went up to East Bcrnstadt yesterday to assist in Installing a uniform rank of tho K P lodge there- Les RtiLEY has accepted a position with Mr W J Doziers crew of Wrought Iron tango salesman He will join them Aug MR W L MCCARTY who has been in Colorado for some time with his sis ter returned home Saturday leaving her much improved In health Miss KITTIK McMULLEN of Alexander is the guest of Miss Ma ry lugging Miss LcGrande Jones of Mt Sterling will arrive today to be the guest of Miss Higgins also during the fair LOCALS THE Creamery is now using 1000 Ibs of milk dally FRBSII butter milk every day at the Stanford Creamery at 6c per gallon To the End farmers We want your wheat Hustonvillo Roller Mitt Co LOST little seal bracelet last Monday in Stanford Leave at this of fice TilE tax looks are now ready Please call and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff GET A good dinner at the Stanfor fair Mr Boats the Pcrryvillo caterer will furnish It ALL persons having stalls for rent tor the Stanford Fair will please noW Secretary J F Cummius MONEY for the who served at the last term of court has arrived Trustee of the Jury Fund W O Walke informs us r WE disliked to do it but were com polled to shoot the printer who used a y instead of an Iin trl county Institute last issue Tae Lyceum Comedy Co is giving a splendid show each night in its big ten on Lancaster street Kit Carson is the bill for tonight See It D B RAMBO of May wood has rent ed the Frith Hotel at Brodhcad and will take charge Aug 1 Mr Rambo is a popular young man knows how to run a hotel and should do well CAREL B OWENS clerk In tho road masters office at Somerset was bruised and scalded in n wreck between a work train and the local freight near the State line Isis injuries are not regarded serious WE acknowledge receipt of a complimentary ticket to the Lincoln County Mr which takes place at Stanford next Wednesday Thursday and Friday This promises to be ono of tho best in the StateMt Vernon Signal IF you want to see something real good and newvisit Ifcung Bros1 Electric Theatre at the fair grounds It is a moving picture show of the latestand most novel kind and Is well worth your time to visit A feature of this show is the illustrated songs by some 25 or30 irtista Young Bros travel in their own special cars and seldom make as small towns as Stanford One of their features is the famous Harry K Thaw trial Dont fail to see them idmisaion 10 and IGc FOR SALE22 acres timothy meadow Mrs Clifton Fowler Stanford MR MATT WOODS hasbeen appointed anmlnistrator of the estate of the late 0 J Crow IN Macksvillo Sunday night Jim Mitchell severely cut a daughter of Alfred Bright also colored- THS fairthefair 4 the great Lincoln County Fair begins at Stanford tomorrow Wednesday and lasts until Friday Come CUT the weeds on your premises so things will look good during the fair The town council should also do some cleaning up today Tile Mission Band the Christian burch made nearly 30 on their ice cream supper in the church yard Saturday from I to 7 r u The ices and cake served were very delightful Tine L N will sell round trip tick ets from Lebanon Corbin Richmond and intervening points to the Stanford fair next week at one tare for the round trip TilE attorneys for James H Kennedy filed a petition before Judge R CI Warren for a writ of habeas corpus last week Judge Warren refusing same and dismissed the petition on Saturday W H TRAYLORS license to sell whis ky by the quart will expire Aug 12 after which date five gallons is the least he can sell The license of the Blue Wing saloon at Rowland expires Aug 18MunrHyThuThe threcmonthsold child of Mr and Mrs F M Murphy on Danville pike died Saturday night and was buried in Buffalo Springs Cemetery Sunday afternoon Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents in their great loss MANAGER H C WRAY of the Stan ford Telephone Co has run telephone line into the secretarys office at the fair grounds for the convenience of the people desiring to use same during the fair 10 cents will be charged for use of it to town Tile Kentucky State Journal published at Frankfort and the democratic organ of the State can be had dally from now until after tho November election for 1 Send the money to W P Walton Frankfort or hand it in at this office and we will order the paper for you THE colored teachers institute tor Lincoln county will be held the week beginning Monday July 29 Mrs L B Sneed supervising principal of the city schools of Indianapolis Ind will be in charge Alt teachers are required by law to attend and their attention is hereby called to the law governin same Garland Singleton Supt ALL aboard for tho fair Tomorro the greatest fair Lincoln county hIlS ever had will begin and on that day Thursday and Friday the most magnl icent lot of stock ever exhibited In Lincoln county will be shown Dozer of big stables are already hero and still they come Everything points to a record breaking attendance and you had hotter be in the crowd Ting is gala week in Stanford The Lyceum Comedy Co is giving a good show in its big tent on Lancaster street each night the fair will hold the board Wednesday Thursday and Friday Misses Stella McCIary and Emma Warren will entertain Wednesday evening a grand hop will be given at Walton Opera House Thursday evening and on Friday evening the doors will bo opei for u swell rink Fun is fast and fu bus and twill take a strong constitution and a goodsized pocket book to stand it all- 1ViLLIC B WALTON who lived In Stanford some 20 years ago and who Is now editing the Ashland Va Herald nnounces his candidacy for treasurer of his home county Hanover Willie is still the sterling democrat he used ti to be and ho of course is running subject to the action of the democratic party Ills many friends herb hope lic will win but if ho Is no better politician than his relatives in Kentucky the fellow who Is opposing him has a mighty Jtood show to come out first By the way Mr Walton had the misfortune to lose his wife somo months agd buts has three interesting children to cheer his home JUST received a large assortment or rugs and druggets of the latest patlern at Tribble Pences SEE E T cs display of fine buggies and implements at the tdir grounds during the fair Time members of the Ladies Aid So cloty of Moreland will give an Ice cream supper at Hunn Coffeys hatt at Moreland Saturday from 4 ton f M Admission 26e children IGe THE per capita for the school year 100703 of the common schools of Kentucky will be 340 an increase of cents over last year and a record basis for paying the teachers of the State This Is good news for the school teachers DURING the storm here last Wellens day afternoon 80 worth of transformers wero burned out of the electric light system Manager B F Rout hac them all repaired by Friday and th patrons of the plant were deprived oj lights only two nights THE following horsemep and horse are here for the fair Smiley Son Lexington four M S Cohen Lexlng ton seven Bob Walker Madison six Bohon Lucas Mercer nine I C James Harrodsburg six W B Burton Garrard six Mr Wilkinson Bardstown two D L Baker Springfield three Bud Dunn Madison two Mack lIughes Danville eight M G Weisiger Danville four J R Beaz ley Stanford 18 J C Bailey Cral Orchard and J B Bailey Stanford string each Many others have spokel for stalls and will be here today Tile weather was favorable to the Crab Orchard Fair and we fear th association lost money The show 0 stock was the finest seen at a countr fair in years and the fair in every wn was deserving of much better patronng than it received The Crab Orcharl people were exceedingly clever ani hospitable and they did everything pos siblo for the delectation of their gucsts We are under obligations for course received at the hands of the officers ani directors The Somerset band mad music for the occasion and it was of high order The boys composing th band are fine gentlemanly fellows nnl they made many friends during thei sojourn in the capital of the East End Space forbids mention of all the ring but following are some of the awards Best jack J M Cress first R G Pet tus second Suckling colt E S Pow SSon first J H Floyd second Marl or gelding one year old and under two James Woods first J C Bailey sec ond Saddle mare or gelding threl years old Dr J M Acton first Mac Hughes second Harness mare 0 gelding three years old J R Beazley first J C Bailey second Mare 0 gelding four years old Smiley prat J C Bailey second Shetlai pony Charles Dunn first W T Gover second Roadster stallion Rber Walker first J R Beazley second C James third Hitch up ring for In dies Misses Annie Bronaugh and II Holdam first Ophelia Lackey and Ee lie Burch second Alec Parrish wo the mule race Suckling mule colt Will Cordier first R T Bruce secor Mule one year and under two S 1 Harris first Robert Woods secor Mule two years and under three S J Harris first Will Cordier secor Mule any age Henry Hester first T Harris second Mare and mule coIl Will Cordier first R T Bruce secon Pair mules Harris Woods first Jm Woods second Walking mare orgelt ing Bud Dunn first J C Lynn second Mare and colt E S Powell Son first J R Beazley second Tw fearold saddle stallion Mack Hughes first R S Scudder second Two yea old harness stallion J R Beazle first Alec Parrish second Roadst mar or gelding I C James first J Rockaway mare C Bailey Mat first R S Sewgelding Threeyearold harnes der itallion J S Butner first R Beas ley dings Smiley Son first JACsBaI- dingsecond IBeazicyhfirstundseconi J R Smiley Fancy Son second New York sad Mat Cohen first die mare or gelding Carl Elkin Saddle stallion nn ce Mat Cohen first Smiley Son second Saddle mare any age Mac first J R Beazlev second Sweepstake roadster T H Collins Bailey second I C James third Fayette Wilkinson of thi place got first second money in th plug race Additional Local on Second Page South East Corner Main and Depot Streets r SPECIALCut prices on Lawns all Summer Goods Hosiery Shoes c and f 10 Per Cent Off For Cash on all staple goods to Aug 1907 This is your opportunity to supply yourself with the seasons best at cheaper prices than ever before See our 5 and lOc department New goods See windo- wTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKYI n to For the Fair t Shirts Collars a A- NP4eckwear saw aBa Bri W E Perkins Crab Orchard III Kentucky E T PENCE STANFORD KY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let usl help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught In the Business Department of the tiSue Bennett Memorial School aciWrite for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to complish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLEI London Ky to td r a cjILThe Interior Journal Z1Itmd in the PottOffice at Stanford cu l tuondclcut tnnfter AND rlt1D4YBTUnSDATBlIIgi tlHJIIO AT 100 PER YEAR CASH paid 1t00 will be charged When not so Jesse W Sweeney PBOPBlBTOn Livery Food and Salo StaW Lanoaster Ky NOTICEBUnion Jack and Wire Anyone nee theIr with T 0 hl one he wIll how youbntskeyouroflu rder and will 1thesarnc on n T LUNHFOnD NOTICE slLunted mUe Houth Olympian Ita SSSiSSI5 on and Sfi r It treatment of Itboum- RIm thenow open for nil Htom- acll Liver Rhrmnnttan 1Troubles specialty and nt reasonable rates For pnrtlet terms address FMBIMBrrpr 16FD Box M liustonv r B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store it the Owflley Building The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY between Sprllll and LuncMter HtreetOn Well same- distance Halt Huluhurtown H mile from Drown Sprlngl SplenDid 1ft comfortable rooms Bates ble nnd pur w- eekINSURANCE f Life andWindstormlire LI tuning andOEHTNone but the HT1tO lteprolented Lowest POITOompantes Paying Reoa rtlOneQualled Ratel Tskidth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy r adrmrule clothing when there of readyIn the pricelittle dirr renceta 10J to measuren suit made your snitstasde tailor I have aexperiencedtaken by on I line of Bprtng Hummer goods kamdiorae to ran make trout n low price business lull Troal- erl suit Allo OvercoatsIhe tineal dresl I represent and Fancy Vests The company li trcoml to none HO UUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD K- HMdnl ReasonableHntei Men Good lUst In Connection IfarvegstingMachinery Alsoomwlislonmachinery J Cs McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phone JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Enbahr erStAlso Dealers in Fur aiture MittingsRugs They Twill exchange Furniture for r 1I Kinds of Stock Give a Call Prices Right mJ STANFORD KENTUCKY ri trM w FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SateA good 350 pound Berkshire boar C E Tate At Paducah last week 351 hogsheads of tobacco sold at 6 to 1250 Tribble Gaines sold to John B Hlffo 75 sheep at S5 and 25 to R E Gaines at 525 Fresh milk cow with second calf for sale Mrs F B Barnette Hustc ville Ky 2t The English people cat more butter than any other nation The average Is 13 pounds a head a year DANVILLE COURT Tho smallest crowd in years attended Danville court yesterday and if there was a hoof of cattle on the market we did not hear of it Everything was slow and dull At commissioners sale at Lexln ton James B Haggin the New York mil lionaire bought tho Coyle farm of G5 acres at 105 The land adjoins Mr Haggina mammoth Elmendorf estnte of 10000 acres on the Maysville pike- J B Haggin the millionaire farmer and horseman of Fayetto county has sold his crop of 150000 pounds of White Burley tobacco to the Farmers Shippers Tobacco Warehouse Co in Cincinnati at a fancy price which has not been made public EpR SALE Southdown lambs as stockers 14 ewe lambs 14 male lams one yearling male Fisher Renick and McKinnoy cross I wish to engag them before July 10 for delivery later in July if desired Call at place or address Miss Mattie H Hewes Morelam Ky R F D Box 38 Charlie Dunn the little son of Bud Dunn of Madison took the blue tio on Minnie C in the twoyearold saddle ring at the Crab Orchard fair over a field of nine He won in the three year old saddle ring with Mattie 8- when there were 12 others in the ring He also won the walking ring In its investigation of the Tobacc Trust the Government will show that in addition to the numerous small plants which have been driven out of business 42 large factories have been dosed by purchase in the effort to eliminate all competition More than n mIllion dollars was spent in Kentuck- n the purchase of plants It is believed that the American So iety of Equity is seeking to get control of the majority stock of the Louis vltle Tobacco Warehouse Company The ompanys representatives say no overtures have been made by either side but it is given out that the question witt be considered at a meeting of to taccogrowers to be held in Louisville on July 17 Long Live The King Is the popular cry throughout Kuro penn countries while in America the cry of the present day Is Long IIvo- Dr Kings New Discovery King of hroat and Lung Remedies of whirl Irs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass Sa8 It never falls to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough 01 cold Mrs Patnos opinion Is hared by a majority of tholnnabitants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after nil ther remedies have failed and foi oughs and colds Its tho only sure cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free When John F Doyle City Assessor fLexington started on a fishing trip to the Kentucky river he remarked to a umber of friends who saw him off that he hated to start because it was the 13th Early Sunday morning he- was awakened at tho fishing camp by a messenger who informed him that his sister Mrs Mary Herrick whom he- had left in apparently perfect health had died Bad Burn Quickly Healed III am so delighted with what Chamberlains Salve has done for me that I f el bound to write and tell you so- says Mrs Robert rttou45j John St Hamilton Ontario Myllttlodaugb ter had a bad burn on her knee I applied Chamberlains Salvo and it healed beautifully This salvo allays the pain of a burn almost Instantly It is for sale by all druggists Bristol Tenn lawyers are sending many claims of persons who are descendants of the Cherokee Indians for n hare in the 4000000 bounty recently granted by Congress There are hundreds of persons in that section who- claim to have Cherokee blood In their veins A Memorable Day Ono of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our bealth Is the one on which wa became quaintcd with Dr Kings New Life- P11Is the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep tbe bowels right 23c pt Pennys Drug Store The Circuit Clerk at Frankfort has- made the discovery that the report or- the grand jury which investigated the Goebel assassination has mysterionsly dlsapparcd from among tho records in his office e Its the simplest thing In tho world to use Hyo mel and cure catarrh Breatho the medication through the tie inhaler In every outfit and ou- will get relief at once Money back IltfaUS G L Penny a Railroad Education- Ifthe agitation concerning the railroad docs nothing more it will educate the country up to some idea of what railroading means The majority of the people seem to be under the 1m pression that the receipts of the ralt roads from passengers and freight traffic must of necessity be large and therefore privileges should be given more cheaply Governor Hughes President Finley and many others who have common sense as well as some knowledge of the matter and a sense of fairness have openly stated that legislation as well as agitation has been carried on without either adequate knowledge or any attempt to gain any Certainly the attacks made by shippers and demo agogues have resulted in replies of far more value to the nation than the attack could have warranted W J Murphy Vice President of the Queen and Crescent Route in his reply to the statement of the Receivers kind shippers Association of Cincinnati is an example of this His road was charged with earnings of 282 per freight train mile whereas other roads averaged 189 On the face of this a demand would be made for reductionIt has already been made Mr Murphy points out what others either have notI known or have ignored that the freightI trains of that road are hauled engines instead of one as Is the case on other roads entailing naturally far greater expense per freight train mile Further it is shown by figures that while expenses have increased in the cost of labor and materials during the past two years receipts have actual shown a decrease per mile in freight as well as passenger returns It is also clearly demonstrated that the majority of the earnings have returned into the property in the shape of e needIcdshould be given the same in the various newspapers the over which the criticisms countryI Evils which may have crept In Directed but time alone will have to do that In the meanwhile the Amer cnn sense of justice should hurry a little faster to the front and Americas should not allow their most importan- nduatries to be played upon for political purposes Cincinnati Enquirer July 7th Casey County Teachers Pass Res lutions LIBERTY July 12We the teaches of Casey county having enjoyed a very profitable week in the capacity of a eachers institute offer the followini esolutions1st we heartily appreciate tho aithfulness of Supt J S Lawhorn in his efforts to improve the common chools of our county and promise our cooperntionln this noble work 2nd That we desire to thank Prof J A Sharon for the many practica suggestions given to the teachers and for the interest he has shown in our work 3rd That we extend to Mm Laura Lee our appreciation and gratitude foi the very excellent primary work giver the teachers 4th That we shall always hold In pleasant and sacred remembrance the hospitality of the good people of the lethodist church for the use of their eautiful house of worship and pray that Gods blessings may ever rest upon them as a reward for such kindness 5th That a of these resolutions be presented to both the Casey County News and INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication COMMITTEE The Doctor vayfrom Home when Most Needed People are often very much disappointed to find that their family phy slolnn is away from home when they most need his services Diseases like oraml colic and cholera morbus rev quIre prompt treatment and havo Inlay instances proven fatal before medicine could be procured or a phyt- han summoned The right way Is to- keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlains ColIc Cholera and Diarrhoea Rom el1y No physician can proscribe abet ter medicine for those diseases By havIng in the house you escape muoh pain and suffering and all risk Buy It now it may save life For sale by- all druggists Five Swiss alpinists have scaled the highest of unclimbed peaks of Pdhclone wagnols in Ticino which is 9000 feet high Many previous attempts failed owing to the ness of the- peak which resembles the Matterhorn The latter defied climbers for generations Constipation lor constipation thorn is nothing rlulte so nice as Chamberlains Hom- ueh and Llrer Tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of the- bowels without anyjdlsagreeablecflcct Allidruggists John VanArs ell surveyor of Bath county is dead aged 83 Previous to- his last illness lasted two months he had never been sick a day Inhls life- nor had he ever taken a dose of medicine During the summer kidney Irregularities are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to tho kidneys at once by using Foloys lacy Cure G L Penny Visit The BIG DANVILLE FAIR JUlg 51- Augilsi I and 2i Shady Grounds Fine Amphitheatre Big band to dispense music Write for catalogues md other information Iii C BRIGHT Set Danville Ky There is luck in Shoes Many people say there is luck in old Show That is doubtless because there is comfort in them In buying new Show you are trusting to luck Comfort and Wear surely Tho CKOSSETT SHOE is a lucky Shoe in tins respect Youll find tho tDrufbrt right oil 4 no breaking in You find they wear little by little no breaking out Buy n pair nUll comfortable Wc have n complete line of uptodato Cloth lug Dry Goods Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies anti Gents Furnishings Ou prices are right SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Gasoline Engine OilIHarvesting Oil Cylinder Oil GasolineDiamond Floor Dressing W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky GEORGE FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY Buy your FAIR Supplies from Geo D Hopper Buggies Whips Harness Etc Also a fresh line of FANCY CANDIES Olives Tickles Crackers Etc Give us a call Main Street STANFORD KY TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furnituro of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr K T Bcazloy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phono 28 Night lOG or 133 r POSTED Irlotlrrorbhpnaltg on our plucea lid will prosecute vi oliitor to the full extent of the law Fred oIlOrllfJlllltllll lleloliimlmch Bro VonuruenlganFredIlelelinnlNioli Joseph Jlnlloll JIfahnaunDovrld i mtughamtUhrltlnnOrnyson i ItameronMMMJAililock MlenllbetOfSV ltyJJ0HprnttJJ WInk U Y Mnrtlll Maorc r LlmisayM I f t VldteHIuIafter lien J Martin M P Lawrence