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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r II t THE INTERIOR JOURNALJI VOL xxxvSTANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 30 1907 NO 43 I The Jamestown Exposition as Seen by Clarence Coleman NOBFOLK VA July 26I believe my last communication to the J was Indited from the lonely prairies of Western Oklahoma nbout 18 months ago and though I have written your t paper from every continent of the globe with one exception South America and from fully a score of the States and territories of the American union and from various Islands of the sea yet this is my frat from dear Old Vir glnla the brightest gem of the entire t constellation of States bordering on the AtlanticAccompanied by my better half wo left Louisville over the B 0 S W In tho early morning of the ICth with tho Jamestown Exposition as our objec J tive point Wo camo a Northernly route via Lawrenceburg and North Vernon Ind to Cincinnati thence to Ilttsburg Pa by tho way of Columbus Zancsvillo aud Oellatre 0 Wheel ing W Va and Washington Pa We camo through the far famed oil belt of Western Pennsylvania whoso hills and valleys arc dotted with tens of thous ands of derricks and other parapherna lia of tho oil regions At Wheeling which Is tho metropolis of the Pan Handle section of tho little mountain State we turned our timepieces up one hour Wheeling hasI Eastern time while Bellalre 0 just across tho river has central time Several hours were spent in Pitts burg known tho world over as the Smoky City and which Is the center of the Iron steel and oil Industry of the r world While I have no figures or sta tistics to support my claim I think my self safe in making the assertion that Pittsburg is the busiest town on the American continent with such burgs as New York and Chicago too far in the rear to carry a torch Pittsburg is in a claus wholly by herself and destined to bust old slow Philadelphia in point 1ofpopulation before many years From Pittsburg to Washington D C we came via McKeesport and Con ncllsvlllc Pa Cumberland Md Harp I ers Ferry and Martinsburg W Va At Harpers Ferry which is situated on the West Virginia aide of the Potomac at tho mouth of the Shenandoah river the three states of Maryland Virginia and West Virginia are separated by water Tho scenes around Harpers Ferry are picturesque Indeed and rich in historic memories and thrilling inch dents of the ante bellum days just pro ceeding the Civil War It was hero that John Brown and his followers at tempted to capture the arsenal and which resulted in his capture by Virgin ia troops and afterwards his execution 0atCharles town just eight miles to the Southwest A monument and three t descriptive tablets mark the spot of his 1capture it being within 10 feet of the A couple of nights and n day were spent In Washington this being my first visit to tho capital city Washing ton lays claim to being tho prettiest city In tho United States and deserved ly does she mako this boast The city is dotted with myriads of small parks monuments to noted warriors states men and other notables Wo made a 3i5 milo tour of the city In an automo bile taking in all the principal points of interest Most of the public build ings were visited also tho Pennsylva railroad station and Fords Theatre IInla scene of President Lincolns assas A trip to the top of Wash ingtons monument was mado In an ele vator this being the tallest structure in America towering to a hcighth of 555 feet 5i incites A trip on a trolley car was mado to Mt Vernon Va 1C miles South of Washington Mt Ver inon is the old home of Gen Washing ton and though erected in 1743 is in a perfect state of preservation A trip to tho National capital Is Incomplete without a visit to the home and tomb of George Washington the Father of his Country Arlington the home of Gen Robert E Lee is just across tho Potomac from Washington Our route from Washington to Nor folk was by water Boarding the good steamer Newport News Friday morning at 8 oclock we sailed down in the Potomac and out into the great Chesa peake Bay where we were soon out of sight of land and riding the billowy waves Fourteen hours sailing put us into Norfolk where for the past four days wo have been seeing the sights of the Jamestown TerCentcnnlal Ex tion an account of which I shall defer until your next issue Respectfully CLARENCE COLEMAN Bad Burn Quickly Healed I am so delighted with what Cham berlains Salvo has done for mo that I feel bound to write and toll you so says Mrs Robert Mytton457 John St Hamilton Ontario My little daugh ter had a bad burn on her kncfc I ap t plied Chamberlains Salvo and It healed beautifully This salvo allays tho pain of a burn almost Instantly It is for sale by all druggistsI u As Others See Us Doctor John R Elkin after enjoying 23 years of professional success de cided eight years ago to retire from the general practice and specialize In diseases of the eye ear nose and throatTho doctor finished a post graduate course In these special climes in New York City and is eminently qualified to render valuable service In his line Ho has been in nearly all the States In tho union and asserts positively that there are nono that possess the mani fold advantages of the homes to bo bought in Kentucky lib pays us the well deserved compli ment of having the prettiest women finest horses best soil upon which are grown the most abundant crops and the fairest flowers where the birds sing sweetest of any spot on earth Dr Elkin hopes to find a farm upon which he may settle in the near future and during the period of investigation and comparison of advantages In the different localities will confine his prac tice to that of refractions of tho eye The serial number of his last years prescriptions reached 3861 and as ho keeps a duplicate of each prescription this of itself makes a business of considerable import changing and re filling broken lenses by mail and fur nishing new and the most popular mountings as they are put upon the marketThis together with new business as will come even thro the medical profes don In so thickly a populated country as this will make his labors in the field of refraction arduous and remunerative As ho is equipped with the most mod ern appliances and has the advantage of a voluminous practical experience he especially solicits tho profession to send him cases suffering from errors of refraction and guarantees to both pa tient and physician courteous and ethi treatmentAfter settled In a new home should thS field of refraction prove in adequate as a source of revenue he will make application to the Kentucky State Board for registration and engage In an ofilco or sanitarium opera Live work on tho eye ear nose and throatFor the present ho has rooms at Frank Rigneys on Logan Avenue where he is giving free examinations of the eye to introduce his now methods Those suffering from errors of vis- Ion will do well to avail themselves of these free consultations Best Mocilolno In the World for Colic and Diarrhoea I find Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to bo the best remedy in tho world It says Mr C L Carter of Sklrutn Ala lam subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring It seemed as though 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 week when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of tho 25 cent size Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a now man It For sale by all druggists I am glad to get back home said the bronzed young soldier because Ill be ablo to get some washing done now They dont understand washing in the PhilippinesThey pretend to get the dirt out of your clothes They take them down to the riverthe water is salty souse them In lift them out lay them on a board and pound them full of holes and break off all the buttons with big stones that they hold in each hand Then they smooth them out with a stick Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kclloy of Mansfield Pa writes I was In poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and spentconslderablo money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it may bo tho cause of restoring tho health of others It Refuse substitutes G L Penny Some lady called up today and ask ed for you- Was It my wife She didnt say but sho had a very pleasant voice It wasnt my wife How did Thompson get so bald Well half of his hair came out worrying about the girl he wanted to marry And the other half Oh she married him II Ever wako up In tho morning with tho noso stuffed up and dry Thats catarrh A 8100 outfit of Hyomel will euro you Monoy back If It falls G L Penny aiMelnblMl 8 NEWS NOTES Ethel Sevars aged 14 died at New port from the effects of creosote taken mistakeMrs C Blanchard wife of the Governor of Louisiana died at Mineral Wells Tex Henry Phillips of Graves county killed himself because the girl ho was engaged to married another man The first of the tunnels under East river connecting New York and Brooklyn will be opened by November 1 Because bumblebees are scarce in the vicinity of Boonville had the farmers fear that tho clower crop will be short Nino dead all women andchildren was the result of a fire which burned the steamer Frontenac to the waters edge on Lake Cayagua Tho latest canvass shows 3091 silk mill girls on strike for a shorter workday Seventeen mills are affected some of them being closed down entirely Robert Mocker the Negro charged with the murder of Newton Veal was presented for trial at Lexington and continuance until today was secured by the defense Three men were badly injured in a coal mine at Circle City The roof of the room in which they were working fell Richard Croft the foreman will probably die News of the death in Paris of Julia S Bryant who was the sole surviving daughter of William Cullen Bryant the poet has been received in New York Sho was 75 years old That a mans picture as well as his name is his own and cannot be used without his consent has been laid down as a point in equity law by Vice Chancellor Stevens of New Jersey at NewarkThis country spends 20000000 a year in cut flowers Unfortunately a large part of it is spent by young men with meager salaries to please their girls and the expenditure often leads to peculation The Lehigh Valley Coal Company has opened what is believed to bo the largest stripping in the world It is located at Lattimer Pa and tho coal Is in a solid bed 1300 feet wide and 30 feet in thickness Eli Thornburg who died recently at Muncie Ind had so strong an aversion to pianos and organs that he provided in his will that his legatees should for feit their share in his estate if they al low either In their homes Arnold Wadell a well known citizen of Pike county was found dead in the rear of a poolroom in Hellier He had a number of enemies and foul play is suspected by his relatives- Commonwealths Attorney Franklin will be assisted at the fourth trial of Caleb Powers charged with conspiracy in the assassination of Gov Goebel by Judge Ben G Williams of Frankfort and Judge V F Bradley of George townAs the result of an explosion of a battery of boilers at the plant of the Now Haven Tile Company at New Haven Welling Brown colored who was the engineer met death Dolas Holbert was probably fatally injured Four others received lesser Injuries Catherine Moore died at Rahway N J at the age of 112 years She was born in 1795 at Tuckahoe Md Her faculties except for a slight deafness were well preserved She leaves four children IX grandchildren 20 great grandchildren and one greatgreat W W Finley of the Southern Railway was arrested at Asheville N C on a warrant charg ing him with violating the State rail way rate law but ho was released im mediately by order of Federal Judge Prltchard Mr Finley was taken in charge while he was eating breakfast at his hotel and the arrest came as a climax of the fight between the State and Federal Court which has been in progress tor several weeks Alaskan babies dont cry said a missionary but the reason why they dont is rather cruel The Alaskan mother as soon as her little one sets up a bawl takes a pot of water and squirts a continuous stream on It If the baby cries louder the stream grows stronger Nothing is said and there is no whipping but be fore long the baby acquires the idea that its crying brings on a deluge oven as did mans wickedness in Noahs time Firmly convinced of this the baby cries no more Constipation For constipation there Is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets They always produce pleasant movement of the bowels without anyJdisagreeabloelTcct Price 25 cents Samples free All druggists The bill to appropriate 50000 for re dating the fights mado by the railroads on the rate and regulation laws of the State has been passed by the Alabama House and now goes to the Governor IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert King an aged citizen of El lisburjj Casey county is dead S D Murphy Co of Casey will open a livery and sale stable at More land Aug 1 Isaac Scott a prominent Mercer county farmer was probably fatally killed by a mule London has 33 citizens who are drum mers and whose combined salaries amount to 40000 The assessed valuation of Middlesbo ro property this year is 1000000 an increase of 250000 over last year Lightning set fire to the big air shaft at the plant of the Matthews Coal Co near Barbourvllle and destroyed it There being no other candidate Judge E V Puryear present incumbent was given the nomination for county judge of Robinson of Mercer shot himself while driving with his sweet heart You dont love me enough and I am going to kill myself and he made the pledge good The residence of C R Carson near Yosemite was struck by lightning The family was greatly frightened but besides some displaced weatherboard ing no damage was done Barbourville has put the lid on Orders were issued for cigar stands refreshment parlors ice wagons drays and transfer wagons to quit business on Sunday and they do so Springfield carried off the honors at the elocutionary contest at the Lebanon Chautauqua Miss May Mayes won first prize 25 while Miss Isa Colvin won second prize 1250 George Brown a prominent and wealthy farmer of Laurel county was killed by lightning during a heavy electrical storm He was loading hay In the field at the time A pair of mules was burned to death The storm did great damage throughout the county In a sideswipe on the K C In the Richmond yards Robert Kennedy a furniture merchant of Lexington was painfully hurt Miss Martha Duncan was thrown through a coach window and Senator McCreary and Thomas H Collins of Richmond were thrown from their seats and received slight bruisesThe Gray heirs have won out in a suit against the Louisville t Nashville Company and other concerns and in dividuals for land valued at 50000 says a Barbourville dispatch Many years ago John Gray father of the Gray heirs obtained a large tract from his grandparents whose names were Duncan The deed was made to John Gray and heirs but was not transfer able The tract now valued at over 50000 gradually passed into other hands but the clause in the original deed making the land nontransferable led to the present suits- Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Danville July 313 days Cynthiana July 314das Harrodsburg Aug G4 days Lexington Aug 12G days Georgetown Aug G3 days Perryville Aug 143 days Brodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Barbourville Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 34 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 284 days Paris Sept 3five days The Doctor Away from Home when Most Needed People are often very much disappointed to find that their family phy sic Ian Is away from home when they most need his services Diseases like cramp collo and cholera morbus require prompt treatment and have in many instances proven fatal before medicine could be procured or a phy sic Ian summoned The right way Is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rein 1dy No physician can prescribe a better medicine for these diseases By having in the houso you escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy it now It may save life For salo by all druggists If trusts are to bo placed in the hands of receivers according to the now policy of the administration what is the matter with putting the 100000000 theatrical trust hands of one on the day of its organization Frankfort Journal JJ irrawait- twc C O Route I S000 ROUND TRIP BEST OF THE SEASON ATLANTIC CITY 1 Cape iLTHURSDAYStopover at within final limit without change For full information and reservation address GEO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky t WANTEDLINCOLN FARMS A large number of people in this and other counties in Eastern Kentucky are selling their coal and timber lands at handsome prices and are buying farms in Lincoln and other Blue Grass counties We arc in touch with buyers throughout Eastern Kentucky If you have a farm in Lincoln for sale list it with us and it will sell SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTION OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTS Address the Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky ATTEND THE GREAT Casey county Fair- At Liberty AUG 28 29 30NLiberal premiums on all kinds of Stock C H BARTLE JASON WESLEY President Secretary the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 UndividedJProfits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VIC PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER 4 J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPERtDIREOTORSsl J B Offiley Stanford Ss II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek It L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky S eblir VEIComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 15 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in yourjrooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter hereS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Books Wall Paper 111 ntlPoorWaa McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD rNNti PERSONAL supervision given to allJPrescriptions compounded MI IMi0 AIoJdtl rah CIM i 7KdT The Interior Journal K Co WALTON =l J T ROBERTS Ji for In the Orlb Orchard lnghterllllIhtrlctlubJect to tbe action of thu JOHN J MOSER countllubJeotc Pady M BRUCE col1ntlvlabJectparty JAMES Co HAYS COl1l1tvltubJectparty D C ALLEN It n candidate for Autuor of Lincoln com ty subject to the nctlou of the Democrat party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck hamFor GovernorS N Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendrlcks For State Superintendent School MO Winfrey For Commissioner of Agrloulture J w Newman For Lieutenant Governor Sout TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubcr Vreelaml For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H ShanksP- ITTSnURG is to lose her sobriquet of Smoky City and it will be ac complished by moral suasion Of the owners of 442 plant visited by the Smoke Inspector and his deputies since the new antismoke ordinance was put into effect on June 15 not one z but appears to have been persuaded of the feasibility of burning soft coa without covering nearby and distan neighbors with soot and the chim neys of 442 manufacturing establish ments no longer belch forth anything more objectionable than a thin gray and scarcely visible haze It has not been found necessary to inflict a sings penalty under the ordinance to bring this result about IN a speech at Bellfontaine Ohio Senator Foraker assailed President Roosevelt and Secretary of War Taft and took a few flings at former Gove nor Myron T Herrick and also took occasion to denounce Senator Tillman l expressed views on the race question Senator Foraker declared he was in the Ohio fight to stay and expected to wit With regard to Tillman Foraker de- claredf that he is at his best when he talks on the race subject but his best is alsd his worst IN order to keep his stepmother out of her part of his fathers estate Com missioner of Pensions Warner avers that she is a Negress and fraudulently concealed the fact from his father Moot men would rather have a mother inlaw take it all than to throw such a bomb but Warner isnt made that way He wants all the money he can get and like the rest of the G A R more pensions Gov GLENN of North Carolina and the officials the Southern railway came to an agreement Saturday which wil end the war between the State and Federal courts resulting from an effort to enforce the new rate law of North Carolina The Southern agrees to ac dept the new rate effective August 8 and the cases will all be decided in the Supreme Court of the United States MR ROCKEFELLER announces that he intends to get close to the people This will strike dismay into thousands of poor homes that are compelled to use kerosene for heating cooking and light ingThey fear their pocket books will un doubtedly suffer as ho snuggles up to them is a matter of experience since the Standard Oil trust started to mo nopolize a jcreat necessity DOWN in Alabama a bill has just gone into effect which closes saloons at 7 P M in cities of 10000 and 0 in those of 20000 or over As most drinking is done at night this amounts almost to prohibition THANK you heartily Brer Campbell of the Somerset Journal for the nice little boquet you hand us Modesty prevents a reproduction but we appre ciate it all the same TUB plumbers of Butte Mont have struck demanding 8 per day for eight hours work Plumbers come nearly as high as Pullman car porters- POLITICAL Bettio House has been appointed post master at Fogertown Clay coun tyIt is likely that the republicans of Lexington will nominate J Percy Scott for Mayor President Roosevelt has appointed James G Bailey of Kentucky to be S cretnrv of Legation at Copenhagen Denmark 1 7 tl the vetI congressldied catIingJ D Jarvis who had been SenatelhasRepublican committee will declare BOE worth tho nominee- A Christian preacher named George C Waggoner has been nominated for Representative of Henry county Rev Waggoner was a warm supporter of Gov Beckham for U S Senator- L D Lewis of Laurel county was declared the Republican nominee for Judge of the 33rd district by the committee which canvassed the return His majority was one vote and his opponent John C Eversole will probably contest the election Between 400 and 500 Democratic voters attended the meeting called by the City and County Democratic Executiv Committee at Louisville to discuss the manner and time of nominating candidates to be voted for in November The overwhelming sentiment was in favo jf primary The Democrats of Clinton county met and nominated Samuel V Brents for Representative from Clinton and Wayne counties The Democrats of Wayni fielded the nomination to Clinton this year The nominee is but 26 years old lie is editor of the Albany Journal ant also n farmer W J Bryan will be employed by the State of North Carolina to make the chief argument before the Supreme curt in the case involving the right of the State to enforce the local rate law Indictments were returned at larion and Old Fort against ticke gents who violated the law President Roosevelts promise to the ilipinos made through Secretary Taf at Manila August 11 1905 that they tiould have a Parliament of their own on condition that complete peace be maintained in the islands for two years will be redeemed today when the flrJt general election for a Philippine Congress is to be held HUSTONVILLE Joe B Williams sold a suckliug mule colt to S T Harris for 110 Mrs Kate Bush of Winchester is the guest of Mrs J W Powell Mr and Mrs Allen Burris of Colorado Springs are spending the summer with Mrs Jennie Carpenter Barnes Wearen is layed up for a few weeks from going to business too earl after undergoing a serious surgical op erationThe ladies auxiliary to C W B M will meet next Thursday at 2 P sta Christian church when a full attendance is earnestly requested The yield of wheat in this vicinity is making good so far and 85c per bushel is the market price here now and the farmers smile broadens Miss Nell Wright of Liberty was the guest of Misses Allie and Mar Stagg Miss Ella Barnctt is able to be out after a serious siege of fever Cowan McCormack shipped to Cincinnati last week 1 car of butche rattle for which they paid 4 to 41c 1 car hogs 5ic 2 cars nice lambs 51 to Gc Misses Lucy and Mattie Alcorn are home from New York for the Summer Mrs Mary Logan who spent some months with her children in Birmingham Ala arrived home last week Miss Mary Walden of Violet Slope It has returned from a visit to Mrs 0 G Harrison at Springboro 0 C Rud Me lormack and family left Monday for Glasgow where he goes to enter business Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night Morning subject Baptism It Evening Take Heed It Prayer meeting at the resbyterian church Wednesday eve nlng lead by Rev Clarence Daniels The music at the Christian church was greatly augmented Sunday morning by a quartette rendition The soprano part was well rendered by Miss Carrie Bowen of Ohio and the tenor by Rev Daniels The pastor gave a pressing invitation to all men present that were- too warm to remove their coats at- each service untill the weather moderated Miss Mattie Rochester of Paris is visiting Mrs Jas K Helm Mrs M J Moss and Mrs W B King of Pine- ville were the guests of Mrs Grant North and Olympian Springs for the- past 10 days Cashier Pryor Young and E C Moore of Liberty were in our city on business Saturday Mr and Mrs A J Adams chaparoned quite a party that left our city Thursday for Niagara Falls Toronto New York Washington D C and Jamestown Mrs J G eathcrford Miss Julia Stagg Miss- Josle Sandidge and Mrs Jas Powell were in the party Bud Gibony and family of Danville spent last week rusticating in the clas sic hills of the Stato of Casey Charles Adams Jr is slowly improving after an illness of several weeks Prof Mc- Vey came over from Bourbon county to- look after his fencing in the West End- Miss Carrie Bowen and Mr Leonard Oden of Madisonville 0 are guests of Miss Jessie Powell Miss Georgia Newbern who has been touring New- York Boston Washington City and Jamestown is at home for the summer James Yeager of Lltchfield was the- guest of Harry Frye rJ 4I IIf it jj tiI1Ih Here and There lLogan McDaniels a farmer living near Owensboro shot and killed his father The young man was under the influence of liquor and was angered by muleIin the Kentucky oil fields and the only nctiv ity was in Wayne county where two oilers and a duster were drilled The hot weather had much to do with the lack of activity- J Q A Ward the New York sculp tor has authorized his attorneys tc bring suit for 35000 for work done 01 a model as a statuo of Gen Philip Sher idan which was rejected by a congressional committee After 21 hours deliberation the jury in the case of W D Haywood charged with complicity in the murder of for mer Gov Frank Steunenburg of Idaho returned a verdict of not guilty and Haywood walked out of the courtroom into tho sunshine of a quiet summer Sabbath a free man after a trial last ing weeks which attracted tho atten tion of the whole country Of nil the interesting uses to which incubators have been put that of hatch ing alligator eggs is probably tho most striking says Popular Mechanics An Englishman at Hot Springs Ark is engaged in raising alligators for the market The demand for the hides to use constantlyincreasing the live reptiles for exhibition CHURCH MATTERS Rev S M Logan is holding a series of meetings nt Cannel City Wilmoro cot Jessamine Journal Judge Hand of the Muncipal Court in St Paul decided that for legal purposes the Sabbath day is Sunday ShelbyvillehasPresbyterian College of South Caro Tina and will remain in Sholbyville where he is pastor of the First Presby terian church Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with to sell my fnrm sk tnllei Wilt of luttonvllle Cnrpun lere Htntlon conslsttUgotkhbacrea of rich Itlue grni nonip or tormrco land nil In rn TIili fnrm can be equally divided to ndvantagesoastohovengoaldnolitng on outbulldlnllThnngle In line There are thaw stock fauns Rood toNicco bnrn tablet tennnt house Rood water In every Held six tatting uprlngu with 3 streams running through whole tract J 8TKKLK AnPKSTEll llutlonvllle Ky OVER In Premiums FOR SALE Ie 6Tewe 8rams goal one to Poland Chin 1Jt11 In Hillt uJrt to rtllhr faun1towlnnd Notice Butchers I Good refrigerator Get high and 0 feet role at n Imrgitln Alto n lot ul butcher tools Mvnsil ALI HiiiiiiNi lluitouvlllc Ky BUTCHER STUFF WANTED I I want to Imy butcher cattle of sill kinds for the Kattern market Want n cur lutil or Ion week Best jirlco paid J Wll Hums 1lioiiB M4 Stanford Ky L N TINE TABLE No SI Mouth llitl v No SI Houth horn v I- So North urolo NuW NorUill7 v JOS S RICE Agen- tNOTICE All persona having clulint against tbs estate of Joseph Coney dIIII1 are herv by untitled to prevent same to me properly pruIIIUIl in r xt law by septltur tonlHntl K- yFine Blue Grass Farm For Sale per acres of fertile land excellently tin ro1 with n twostory frame dwellluf enormoiii tock twru nod nevvrfntllag tt uf water tltunted nn tb IulfryV MIII turnpike uO Tulle Ion Ih15lonrt1 li 1I1Iul KntukY lwing the rarinon which John U Iurpvater r Mwl In his lifetime will he olTrrmt at prtvflle title for n limited time The ownvra nfe oou the Htute anti RUt bgable to give their lnullnlliiteRtton to the fitrmtiav UK to sell It at n Leics Alilrvs all liHulrloilur price irmii and other pttrtlculari to OlLiMlLUH N UAXNINO oeear1tynult Co L xtnUH Ky NOTICEI4neoln Ilrcult Court Matthew WoodiOn i Admr of the estate of JCruwdNM and In bin own rigid 1lalntlavvLinitover lInnle HtHfllefendunls urdrSuUlo all creditor of the estate of 0 J Crux decM l hurutey flvm that a petltlim Hi etully has been is the clerk otter rtncln OIronll tourt of the sty Ubnve b tveuthegsmral purpose or which II for the suttluluent or the estate of said tie redent Ill now orderml that all orrdltori of decedent lhall npMnr Wforo George II Ionl1n Matter CommluloiuT of the Un mama Circuit Court lit lib olllce In Stanford Ky on or before I lath dnv or Au atIwT and IIro their clnunetwfnrehimAnd the said CommUtloner U ordered to rtlCtl und hear proolulu1 to re ort upon said claims It U further ordered ore der shall be published In four nueveiitvd Uiuei of the Interior Journal lilveii under my hand lit clerk of the Lin coin Clnult Court this Inly t 1117 JK HOLlAM Clerk THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR INCOHTOKATUD AT LEXINGTON KY 25000 Aug 1217 6 Big Days 6 OVER 25000 In Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16 Thrilling Acts Each DayIS For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky ATTEND THE RUSSELL SPRINGS FAIR Aug 69 7 8 91 Every Day a Big Day With Balloon Ascension No Dust and Good Order Liberal Premium List and 12 Mile Regulation Track Address R G WOODS Secretary Rut cU Springe K- yL1jIr i1IiNLIi t1iiwuJ f FAIRS I d Last week the Fairs begun rt and you will want the Light ff est and Coolest things pos J1tJ sible for comfort We are 1 ready for you with f soil Light shirts I with or without Collars at t i 150 and 2 Low Shoes t 3 to 5 Gauze Hose 25 and 500 Long Soft 4t 4 in Hands Win= sors Ties 25 and 50 t Cents Linen Straw and Panama Hats from SOc to 650 ttThe New Greys and Blue 1f t Serge TwoPiece Suits 1250 15 and 20 We will have everything necesf L t sary for your comfort o H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY kodaks and odak Supplies Wo can supply you with films for No 1 Kasttnnn kaiak No 1 nmornm Kodak No 1A Eafitmnn Kodak No Brownie Kodak No2 Eastman Kodak No 2 Brownie Kiax- No 2 Hulls Eye Kodak Flexu Kodak We also have n nIce lino of Kodi kg nnd other supplies PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Imported Castile SoapIlet We have this Soap for convenience w cut in 5 and JOc Blocksei ass f j- i LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists t I l Paris Creep 1 When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest price STANFORD DRUG CO ijL rParasols Belts I HoBiory j ic Cloven Low Shoes White Waittings Laces Embroideries f Novell k Fnns I Miss SAVANNAH DUCK it at DrippIng SprtoRBI J McRonuRTS la at CratfOr- chard Spring Miw CYNTHIA BECK Is at Crab Or chard Springs Dn T W PBNNIXOTON Is nt Cral Orchard Springs Mist BBRTA JUAN Pass vis nt Crab Orchard Springs MR H C SAWFLBY Is hero trot Somerset qulto sick L B Corns went up to London Saturday to play ball Skits CHESTNUT mother of Mrs W I florin Is her Rtioet WlLUE AND BB361E WILKINSON arc visiting at Crab Orchard J Miss LUC1IE COOPBR Is visiting Mrs C A Robinson In Garrard Milts MAY PHBLTS of Richmond Is i visiting Mrs It C Hockcr Cot T P HILL has been sick tor h several days but is Improving Mils MAny WRAV spent several day at the King Hotel Crab Orchard Mn It T LEwis has been confined to his room by Illness for several days Shy W C GniNBTBAD of Danville I Ireland Is visiting her daughter Mrs J W M196 MAUY LOOAN of CorWn i with the family of her uncle Mr J S hacker MR T N Ronnnrs of Danville was the guest Sunday of Prof J W Ireland Jot HAEDIN is up from Louisville to ice his daughter Miss Doota Hardln who Is MESDAMB3 E P WOODS and Bottli Bush are with Mrs S M Allen nt Mlllersburg DRUMMERS EVANS and Bohon of thi I West End took yesterdays train tor tho mountains Miss hunt P OOTBR who has heel vtelting Mrs Isaac Hcrrln returned to her home at Crab Orchard I MBHDAMBS Vic OWENS of Lcewood W Va and J G Riddle of Crab Or chard aro with Mrs W I Hcrrin HARRY FRYE of Hustonvlllc hne gone to Hamburg Ark to tako a r good position with a surveying party Miss KATHERINE WARREN oCSom- erII r set was here Friday to attend the bursa of her grandfather Mr Silas Anderson HON P M McRonERTS was sum moned to Georgetown yesterday to toe tlfy In the case against Caleb Powers r Man ANNIE WALLACE of Loxing ton and Miss hello Bennett of Rich mond spent several days with Mrs Susan Harris FOUR daughters of Mr John T Holtaclaw of the Gilberts Creek soc tton aro with typhoid fever and his wife Is threatened with that disease MRS CLEO BORWN of Mt Vernon t joined her mother Mrs Williams at M Co Williams where she will visit for a short time Somerset Journal CECIL ILLUM8 of tho Somerset Times was hero en route to Crab Or chard Springs Ho was accompanied t by his friend S II McGoodwin also of 11 Somerset MR CICERO REYNOLDS was overcome by heat Saturday and for a few minutes his condition was considered critical Wo are glad to stato that ho hhpis 0 K now NEWS comes from Auburn that a lit tie daughter has arrived nt tho home of Mr and Mrs Barrett Blcwltt Tho mother was Miss Madio Helm former ly of this place MR J B Good was at Waynes last week to see his brother Mr burg Gooch who had an operation per formed some days ago and who is doing as well as could bo expected MRS JOHN II SHANKS joined her husband In Louisville last week and they aro new on their way to Watson ville Cal Their many friends here gjvo up this popular couplo with much Regret FWe had a plesant call Friday from Miss Madeline Traub and brother Wil lie Traub of tho Ottcnheim section They aro children of Mr and Mrs Charles Traub among tho best citizens of tho county Mns WILLIS ADAMS and daughters Ida May and Elizabeth went to Orchanl Wednesday for a few JMlsa at the Thompson Miss Alza Vernon Thompson are at Danville LOCALS HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co SOUTH Have watches for sale at Muellers Ou faghlonod sideboard for sale Ap ply at this anise FOR SALtt 90 stock ewes A Rog ers Moreland R F D No1 RBAZLBY tRiOs had a good workhorse to die while returning from tho Lancaster fair Friday evening E J TANNER is enlarging his nlroad big storeroom at McKinney Incroas Ing business made It necessary for hit to have more room Tim democratic county committee Is willed to meet at the court house hero at 1 oclock Monday Aug 12 count court day James F Holdam chair manTnE Fnlrwldgh promise to be tho best in the history of the as floatation begins tomorrow and con tlnues over Friday Dont tall to at tend IL- BLUE GRAM FARMS FOR SALE Fine farms throughout Central Kentucky for sale ranging in size from 40 to 700 arras From 80 to 100 per acre in price Writous for list or description Hughes Swinebroad Rea Estate Dealers Lancaster Ky Tilt license of J R Walkers Dluo Wing saloon at Rowland expires Aug 18 after which Lincoln county and this entire section will or rather should bo dry Tho Law and Order League organized several months ago shouli get busy now and crush out some of thi blind tigers that aro said to be running In Mncksvllle and other points in the county The time to stop the Illegal tale of whisky is NOW Let the work proceed and proceed at once ISNDIUTON Mrs Martha Pendle ton aged 76 died at the home of Gco Pendleton on Whitley Avenuo Saturday and was laid to rest In the Goshen cemetery Sunday afternoon after ser vices by Mr J C McClary Mrs Pen dleton was a Miss Duddorar and her first husband was John poppies who died some 12 years ago She then married A P Pendleton who died in Au gust of 1905 Mrs Pendleton had been blind for some time and was a sufferer from cancer She was a good kind woman and there are many friends who sorrow that she is no more THE fairwas decided success from every standpoint DIg crowds attended each day but on the last two days they were there from the four corners The slow of stock was magnificent Lincoln county people got n share of the big premiums offered James R Boezley of this place and Mr II P Hawkins of tho Mt Xcnia section got lots of blue tics tho for mer on his fine horses and the latter on his splendid herd of cattle Mr Haw kins defeated Abe Rennlcks great herd Tho latter have taken blues wherever they have heretofore shown liON J M ALVERSON entertained at oclock dinner last Friday at the Asaph Hotel Tho dinner consisted ofd several delicious courses and was elegantly prepared and beautifully served Those present were Misses Susan Fisher and Sallio Taylor Woods Elizabeth Wall Allen Tovia Carpenter Elizabeth Jefferson Marie Mahony Kittle Gooch Elizabeth Baughman Kato Pence Sara Dunn Virginia Shumate and Messrs W S Embry- L W Hughes Geo B Saufley Joe- L B Coffey Robert Fcnzel Adam Pence W M Duncan Harry Hill Lee Hill Joseph Gentry Tim CREAMERY COMPANY has contracted with a Cincinnati firm to take its output of butter at tho Elgin price which just now is 2CJc Those who were of the opinion that trouble would bo experienced in marketing the butter can now see where they were wrong Elgin butter Is tho cream of tho market and is always in demand at the highest price Now if the farmers will take a more active interest in furnish ing cream tho enterprise will bo a success in all the word Implies In some 10 days milk routes wilt bo established and we hope tho capacity of tho concern will soon bo taxed YOUR MIDSUMMER NEEDS tflllllbItlsr Wo are making great efforts to have just what you want in the wayof wearing apparel for these hot days Bttudes the Surahitfr Roods we are closing out we arc showing just the things you noel for Summer wear SEVERANCESONSTANFORDSTANrOnU lorjt LOST round gold filled bracelet Return to Muellers jewelry storo nnd recelvo reward A rain ell yesterday spoil Ing nubbins and making big ears oC corn out of them ODD PANTS Good patterns large stock Sizes 30 to 48 prices 160 t U Cummins McClary THE Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet at the church at 8 oclock Saturday afternoon when a full attendance Is urged VESTA LACKEY CLAY daughter of William Lackey colored of this place died at Dayton 0 and was burled hero Saturday afternoon J LEE Iradoing nicely wit his livery stable at McKinney lie has some swell turnouts and the traveling public and the home people are using them day and night GEORGE B ELLIS who sold his home on Danville Avenue to Mr John P Cash has bought Mis Mary I Burch handsome residence on tho same street The consideration is private LET us order the Kentucky Stat Journal for you Daily from now untl after the election for Besides gibing political news it is brimful of get oral social and other kinds of news WASTEDrunfarm on the shares where everything is furnished or steady work by the month For ref erence see JJ Wright Moreland Ky or Mack Bruce Stanford Ky Ra7 Hall Moreland Ky THE Mt Vernon Signal says that J B G Miller and Thomas Rowe were arrested as they gotoff tho train re turning from Rowland and betweei them they had 10 gallons of whisky They were Immediately tried and tined SWeooh TUB Waynosburg Deposit Hank L G Gooch president and Stanley Mc Intosh cashier will likely open tor business by Aug 10 It was the inten tlon of those concerned to throw open the doors of the institution July 15 but delay in getting canto made to orde prevented AT a meeting of the directors of the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association held at the secretarys office In Crib Orchard Ky July 23 a divides of 10 per cent was declared on their meeting of July 10 11 and 12 1907 All persons holding stock which has beci purchased from original stockholder and which has not been transferred on tho books of the association will send in their certificates to the secretary at once and have it transferred on thi books when the certificates will be re turned with check for the 10 per cent dividend R II Bronaugh eecy ANDERSON On Thursday afternoon Mr Silas Anderson breathed his last after an illness of several weeks lie was in his 78th year and until his fata illness came ho was unusually healthy and active for one of his age Deceas ed was born in this county and had spent his long lIfo here A poor boy or tho start he amassed n snug fortune and until he divided his farms between his children ho had between 1200 and 1500 acres of blue grass land Besides this he owned stocks and bonds of much byhisDuddorar and who is 81 years old and tour children Mesdames Walter War ren and Frank Lawrence and Messrs John B and Henry Anderson For 55 livedhaprllyiathy is felt for tho partner of over tall a century who survives The child ren also come In for a full share of con goodratherienco with his God and ho was ready and willing to join the hosts above He was a great friend and admirer of Eld J G Livingston and that gentleman preached his funeral sermon at Goshen nt 330 Friday afternoon after which awaithoMATRIMONIAL nndMissat Eubanks Saturday Frank P Carter and Miss Lizzie GLivingstonRev T M Jackson performed the AWilgusEllenScars t L tu2 Formerly W lutes Mill Htti been thoroughly renovated nnd Is now In flne rendition to make the ttof flour Steal Etc Poston prlndlnqdoneun nvU TUKHHAY unit oU1 Y for the toll as formerly Olve ins a trial W II lnlprltorlOrtibOrchRrd y Cures Gapes Instantly yMJuneBardsVowo 7 1907 Ono drop of B11144 dropped down tho bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the cbleken Instantly When fed In the feed or waUr It la the best preventive have ever used WILL COOMES B4114 is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Itoup and Limber neck Price 60 cents No cure no pay ITRIBBLE PEfltf Undertakers and- Embsalmors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pots Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic taro Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazloy has charge of the Undertaking Departme- ntTRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 160 or 133 Commissioners Sale I Unvote Olieult Oo tt J IL Hfflltb admr et aL ItelMtld va taunt Yell Ueluncy fitU looQ No tier of Gale- Pursuant to K Judgment of the Mneoln Ilrcutl Ootirl in abort ilM d Hello the undvralgnwl Matter OouiinUtlonvr ot tnttt Court wilt on- MONDAY AUOUHT HTH between I and t It In front of the court boux door In Htanlord Ky sell HI theIHold awl ettnte IIn Lincoln county hOf on the wntf rs of limit York of Murk Creole anal 1lIplln of thvCnthurlnv lM lnnuy truot It l liouixlwl mid Uttcrllxxl Its follows Beginning at u stun and pointers In the ant lint of tho Uelalwy tract 41 poles from tilt unit corner n forked poplar thonco with nhl lint H 1O4 W poles to two HiHinlnh oak and u white oak corner to wild original liurvny tbellce N wS W IlOltli to II ntnko tlitmcw N 1H Kill aloe to a block oak pointer thenee W K i polw totu iNglnnlng oontululngttncret uioro um to lot nmlliwl from thus nlo t1 with Interest th rvon at the rnte of six tltIMuntilHr dand1e- 4Ttwak will Iw and on n crwllt of six months and for the purohaw price the purchaser will be minimi to give bond with gooil security tmyabl to the Comr anil titarlng Interest Ht per vent from dote of Mile until pull and having the force and euVrl of it judgment To further tvouru the onIwbeOEO U SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Charles Held rinlnttH VI Aunle Dayton el nl mul Curler Dry iooils Co Ilnlntltl vs J K Carson et al eemluntc Notice Ot HAll foregolugeotlulldnledcnwathe Uomrof the Lincoln Circuit Court will on MONDAY AUUUHT Irtll liotwwn and II H In front of the court house dour in Htanford Ky sell at public outcry to tin hlghvtt and Iwtt bidder the rvalfstut which It hereinafter ilekcrllHil or so much thereof an limy lie necessary to realtie the num of t Kut t IIP amount due the Inner liry CJoods Ioiiiixiny and thu further sum of JIiMBotln sum due the plaintiff livid and the costs ot the skid notion towlt IUKs15 maklnit the entire sun necessary to- W renllwl from thn wile JVHCI Thi said real estate is In 14ncoln county on the Htanford nnd Iluntonvlllo turnpike and U hounded on tin North by the land of Everett Ciirnon Ada Carton V i Oar ton M II Carson nml minis Cnrson on the Hunt by the lands of J Murphy on the West by the lands of Mrs Mildred the Houth by tho Htunford uud1ustoatlllu turnpike and cuntolnIscree of landless howler the followltiK portion of sold boundary towlt IvktnnliiK at n stuns cor ner to Murnliy and Kverou lnrooll thence with Jlurpnrn line 75Ji B nMlot with llIrphtlllueo to nine them N s W K II Poles corner to untie thonco N fJ1I roles to Ink cor ner to same thence N nu links to atako ut end of stone fncllcorlirto kiune thence in K 83 pol ktaku corner to Murphy thttnceH 114 K M polvs to stake In Murphy line corner to residue of tract from which thin Is taken thunou with line of residue of tract H aft W poles to u ktako near the south east cor nur of the bnrn thence jSJi W 60 miles tot stake In the router of the C Hallway and corner to the runldue of tract thence tiluacoQacres of land The sale will bi made on u credit of six months and for the purchase price the pur utmsiT will lie riHiilrixl to bond with iipprovcd security payable to th Comr nnd nriii Interest at the rnto of six paidhoi judgment and to further tecure tho pay cOatOEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C ij Jr VNew Veils Velvet RibbonsSSide Combs i Back Combs Handkerchiefs Underwear Corsets Besides the little things that cost so little yet are so necessary Ii South East Main and IDepot Streetst II 25 Per CentiOff on all White Parasols Brown i Auto Veils reduced from to 75c Auto Veiling reduced to 29c New line Tan and Black Belts choice 49c Remember the great reduction we are making on all Summer Goods and the 10 Per Cent Off for Cash on all Sta ple Goods to Aug 1907 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry ICIPhoneOpera House STANFORD KENTUCKY jt f 1 Hot wcalher Suits tt Remember we Have Reduced f the Prices on All Our Light Weight Suits r t t t W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky 11 H T PENCE STANFORD KY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has madoprepnration Let use 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 Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to ac- omplish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky f d o 1The Interior Journal Xntiredinthe PollOffice at Stanford aI- eondclau matter- PVBLr8UD TOEHDAVS AND TRIDA AT JOO PER YEAR CASH When not to paid 1100 will be charge Jesse W Sweeney PBOPBIKTOB i Livery Fool and Sale stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEAny one needing ft Union Jack and Wire Btretcbercnn leave their order with T V Newlnnd at Ho hoe one he will how you nnd take your order and will 111 the tame on short notice BTLUN8FORD NOTICE I Olympian Springs nltunted 0 mlle Hout o a on the O H H and on MeKlnney t Mlddleburg pike of which hacks rnn Sunday h now open for the treatment of Kheunia turn Liver Kidney Itlndder and nil Stout ach and Bowel Troubles Uhflumntlim r peclnlty nt reasonable rates For partlcu Jars and terms address KMfilMH Prcr- UFJD Box SI IlUJtonvllle Ky B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 BTANFORDKENTUCKYA Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisberHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Htreet between nnd town K mile from Halt HulphurWelli Mini dltance from Drown Hprlngs to hie and cool comfortable roams Rates r pr week INSURANCE Fire WlndHtorm Life andLightning ut the OIi HT and BEST Companies Represented Lowest Poi tlble Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying lien erdtUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St tGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there is so difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hpring A Hummergoods I oan make from a low price business suit to Vie finest dress suit Also Overcoats Trous lira and Fancy Vests The company I rep- resentr is second to none HO RUPLEV The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY special Attention Given Commercial Men Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates Stock Pens In ConnectionA- lso agents for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Uasollne nnd Steam Engines Threshing Machinery and Haw will ou to sco us before ou buy Also commission salesmen tot all secondhand machinery Je C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY rOttlc Phone Home Ihone 85 JLBeazleyCo 7Li00i3913 Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur- nitureF MattingaRuga They willjexchango Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Shipping Whisky Into Local Option Territory Makes Trouble Last Saturday afternoon two letters with special delivery stamps were received in this town from persons in Hustonville who were alert to do their duty to the effect that two barrels of whisky had been loaded Into a wagon there and covered by some furniture and had started for this place The information was imparted to proper persons and Chief of Police Waiter Elrod and Assistant Chief Jesse Randall took position immediately North of town on the Stanford road to make a catch at an early hour in the night but not till 2 oclock Sunday morning were they greeted by the rumbling sound that told them the lonely midnight transport of the vile stuff was coming down the pike and Into townThe police hailed them inquiring as to what they were loaded with but the two men seemed intensely ignorant to the contents of the large boxes that contained two barrels that were about to make a hot time in the old town The parties were brought into town with the load and reported to the Newtonian Hotel to which the shipment had been made Monday morning the two men who had brought the liquor a Mr Sutton and a Mr Coulter and Mr Newtc were arraigned before Police Judge E S Gooch The first two were fined 100 each for bringing liquor into local option territory and the latter for bavin it for purpose of selling also 100 Mr Newton in substance testified that the liquor was a remnant of a stock that Newton Bros had at their saloon at Hustonville and that as they had closed out they shipped it here to hold it till they could dispose of it to wholesalers and that there was no tention to violate local option law but the fact that pains had been taken to box the barrels of liquor and cover the boxes with furniture and come at the late hour of the night was strong clr cumstancial testimony The defendants claim they will appeat the case The liquors were seized by order of Internal Revenue Collector J S Coop er and now in possession of Deputy Marshall Massingale because of the fact that U S law to the effect that packages of liquor must be so kept to be subject to inspection at all time or because barrels of stuff were being smuggled We understand that the Government fine for such cases is 500 for each offense and the forfeiture of the liquors which are valued at 200 or 250 Somerset Republican OTTENHEIM T N Butt is running his saw mill In full blast located on the Stanford and Ottenheim pike li miles north of this placeCraig Turnbull and wife of Oklahoma are visiting relatives in this section He says corn and cotton are up to the average in Oklahoma The first thing that is said after you meet a fellow in the road now is Isnt this the hottest day you ever saw and four weeks ago it was just opp site Rattle snakes seem to be numerou Is there have been three killed in thIs section this season Bob Dishon killed n large one last week while out fox- hunting d F Boone of Somerset was here last week working on an engine for his brother T M Boone which had become stubborn and would not work for the engineer but when Morgan gets hold of one it has to go as he is a natural born machinist Rev R B Mahony of Stanford was at this place last week on business James Chandler who has been working with brother Richard at Kirks ville is at home to stay for a while Mrs Garland James who has been quite ill is much improved NO GAMBLING Blue Grass Fair at Lexington De clines Big Offers for Privilege No gambling will be allowed at the bllt Blue Grass Fair to be held at Lex in gton the week of August 12th to 17th- Tht Board of Directors have declined 1000 for the gambling privileges of- that week and have also declined sufficient guarantee from bookmakers who- desire to make book in case running races are put on to pay the cost of the- purses and to leave a goodly sum besides The Blue Grass Fair instituted tho absolute rule last year of allowing no gambling on its grounds and it will- Jive up to that rule even at the cost of- what could be made great revenue This is a position which merits the commendation of the people of the whole of Central Kentucky Take the Postmasters Word for It Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at erryvale Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines He says Chamberlains Cohc Cholera and DiarrhooaRemedy Is standard here in its line It never fa Us to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to be without ItII Por- sale by all druggists JET ready for the great Danville air this weekw FARMERS DEPARTMENT Dr R L Davidson bought of John Ronzhelmer a milk cow for 25 Tim Cravens of Adair sold to E I Nicholson of Middlesboro a horse ror 200IFon SALE Choice high bred Shrop shire ram lambs Phone SG4 E G BIckley 3t LOST twoyearold steer will weigl about 1300 pounds Reward W R Cook Lancaster- J B Vandlvicr sold 243 250pouni hogs and 43 100pound shoats at 540 Harrodsburg Herald Over 5000 pounds of tobacco was stolen from B G Pearces tobacco barn near New Castle FOR SALEGO good stock ewes a little extra If you want them come to see them at once Lincoln Wells Yosemite Ky3tFon SALE About 700 mountain ewes from yearlings to fiveyearolds They are the money makers Write at once to J I Hamilton Lancaster Davicss county farmers are holding their wheat for 1 and the mills at Ow ensboro can buy no wheat except from the tenants who have to have money J R Beazley has shipped a portion of his string of good show horses to Synthiana for the fair this week Roy Beazley and Winfrey Duncan will take ho rest to the Berea fair While S L Reeves a largo wheat grower of the Burgin vicinity was threshing his crop the straw around the machine caught fire and about 200 bushels of wheat were destroyed The directors of the grain growers lepartment of the American Society of Equitv decided to direct all members to hold their wheat at 125 per bushel The crop is said to be 100000000 bush els short of the Government estimates SO Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but first class Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 130 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms balls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm Is well watered with never falling 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 il soldwithin the next 60 days H cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write LR Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky The Fall Term Opons r TUESDAY SEPT 3O7 There are TEN free scholarship for each Legislative DUtricU See your County Superintendent now about yours Appointments be made by your County Superintendent on Aug 17 Saturday State certi ficates and Life Diplomas are tiward ed when earned by resident work Write for complete catalogue to the presidentR N ROARK Richmond Ky The State College ol Kentucky Lexington Kentucky fThe tttntt College of Kentucky oven the following courses namely Agricultural Mechanical Knglneerlng Olvll Engineer Ing Mining Engineering Electrical Ku glneerlng Normal Classical und oven courses each of which ex tends over four yearn mid lends to the IlnchelorM degree course Is organized under n separate faculty The general faculty coimimlng of irofi sor nsilstnnt ami Instructor number over County appointees receive tree tuition privilege or residence In dornllturle and lights and traveling expenses If they remain ten consecutive months or one collegiate year lalaralarlus and museums arts large well aluqpedcompruhunslvemd minium Military rtclence In for us rev by Congress Uraduatet lit tilt tovvrul courses of study readily find employment with liberal rUe numeration The total of uintrluu laWs llIlt year was Bach department has nspeclalUtnt IU head with the neces nary number of imslstiuHs Hummer school ore provided for In Pedagogy Engineering and Instruction in Hclance and the Arts The young women find mi excellent home with board lo lRlng In Patterson Hall which Is well equlplHd with all mater conveniences bathrooms hall for physical culturent5A er week All the coupes of study In thu College nro open to young women upon Identical conditions those applying to males The attendance upon the Normal Hehool In connection with time Department of Edu cation last year more than doubled that of yearThree namely one for the department of Education one for Agricul tural Hcloncc and n Library Hall art in process of erection and will be completed early In the next year For Catalogues methods of obtaining ap pointments Information regarding courses of study terms of admUtlon apply to JAR K PATTEUBON Ph n It L n Pros or DO Kntzee llus Agt Lexington Ky fall Term Begins Hept It Visit The EMEAVILLE FAIR Julq 31- Augusi i and 2 Shady Grounds Fine Amphitheatre Big band to dispense music Write for catalogues and other information 1sC BRIGHT Sect Danville Ky Great Stock Relief Sale I All Summer Goods must go iutirdor to make room for the large stock of uptonlato Fall Gooils tliiil is to cotne in shortly S18and 820 rcns Suits cut to 814 48 815 nml 8 1050 Mens Suiu out to 12 l8 1250 and 1350 lfeasKzuite cl tl 10 08 810 Mens Suits cut to 7 08 750 Mens Suits cut to 598 85 and 650 Mens Suits cut to 3 08 cftN fens 84 Oxford cut to 3 h5aI I Wens 350 Oxfords cut 19 2 08 Mens 83 Oxfords out to 2 48 Mens 260 Oxfords cut to 2 24 The prices of Ladies Missos nnd Children Oxfords out accordingly ll j member that nil our Summer Goods go and at price according to those bove SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY n Gasoline Engine Oil Harvesting Oil Cylinder OilrGasolineDiamond Floor Dress ing WIH HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky First National Bank Ot Stanford Pty r Capital Stock 50000j This tnstitntloaw originally established ai the Deposit Bank of la ISIS then reorganized ai the National Hank of Stanford In IKS and agate reorganlied ai the First National Bark of Stanford In lass baying had practically an uninter rupted eilttence for 41 It li better with factlitlef for transact IDIt business promptly and well than ever before la its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J I HOOKER Prest T lUHRii V Prei J 3 McKOnKHTS W H WEAKENAt Chitft Directors r Reid DanTlllt I T Hauls BaafordrJ I tlocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney U D Elmore B II lUughman Stanford T P nil Stanford 1I t GEORGE H FARRISSTANFORD KENTUCKY Old Dutch Cleanser Chases e Dirt = ==Thats All e eata GEO D HOPPER t f Main Street STANFORD KY